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 Ocean Park
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
^KS!8$
Camping
"WHITE  ROCK," THE   PLACE
WHITE, SHILF    & CO.
NEW   WESTMII "R.
Ol.i ME
NUMBER  104.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, FRIDAY  MORNING,  MAY  20, 1910.
EIGHT PAGES.
PRICE
CKN'i S.
j'S MER TO BE
toaOWED BY RULERS
I  Crowned Heads Will
oW Royal Remains to
I George's Chapel Today
hi Nine crowned
, and several heirs to
n tonlghl al Bucklng-
;i dinner which King
...i in.; emlnenl     n   I
: m for the funeral
i   tomorrow.      After
members  of  all   the
ed tn the king,
thai  although the
rulers   and
:    .    aril j    throw    a
.,,!��� ibllltj   on   the
olli e,  all   iiio\e
nl   no   woi il   i -
in    the   public
PUBLIC
m LATE KING TODAY
Simple Service.-; in Queens
Park��� Band und Militia
Will Attend.
v' ani enn nl     have  all   bi en   i on
pleted for the public open all  servl e
of mourning H la afternoon In Quei n's
i lonle    In   London  are  to  be com
nionle    i'i   Li ���,!<��� :,  ;,:,   to i ommenc i
al  i p. in. and tin re an  i ��� veral ho
.   r   has   nol   beei
hold  the bi r\ ice  liei e i I
I In  ���  as  il   is  held
. I i   coi i eel  time would
live o'clock In the morn-
GUNBOATS TD PROTECT
AMERICAN INTERESTS
Force of  Blutjackets Landed at Blue
fields   With   Fie'd   Guns   and
Rapid  Firers,
mm, board favors   I CITIZENS PICNIC TO     COMET FOOLS :>,
CENTRAL UNIVERSITY $11FJ        ^ m **. m      mm ^m
Deer Lake or Central Park to Be Supported���Government  Ownership
of Phones Endorsed.
;
enslon of  unto-
���
���
rowtls   Flock   to   London.
rapidly    with
i   ���      aci b   and   Lhe
line   of   the
- ;i   from   earl:
might a surging
If i"
If,, I islness  has been
ind seats for which
|(! asked a few davs
i mt;  hawked  for  from
.ilhelm Greets George.
. Uli ,iii. who arrived this
.   was  mei   by   Kin.   George,
had an affectionate meeting
���   queen   mother,   Alexandra.
ipi    r,  accompanied   by   King
later proceeded to Westmln-
II ami  paid a  tribute  to  tbe
���   Edward   VII.     The   two
knell     by   the   body   and
��� i   on   iisin_   to  their   feet
hands.     li    was   a   striking
md   gi rally   moved all   those
ed  it.
don   Garbed   in   Mourning.
thousand   soldiers   from  Ald-
��� d other military stations are
in   the   parks   tonight     The
Is hot and thunderstorms are
Many  thousands  of  Deople
a  the  night on the street In
secure points of vantage from
-> view the cortege.    All Lon-
;arbed In mourning.
nival train which will carry
tomorrow from London   io
ii! travel King George and
ry,  the queen   mother and
so\ ei eigne and the next
������*
ned  on   Page  Four).
B,.ANTS CANNOT AGREE
ON TIME OF H0CRN1N0
Is    Split    Into    Morning    and
icon Factions on Solemn Observance   of   Today.
pi
in   En
ome    boul
A  platfi nn  has  been  bulll  on  the
oval al Queen's park and thosi   : il  i
pari  In thi    ier\ Ice will be Beate I on
ii.   The con [regal lon \\ ill be pro\ Idi i
with   seats    in   the   bleachers.
The following oi der of Bervlce will
be followed:
"De id March In Saul"   City Band
i Audience standing uncovered.)
Announcement  ,.  Mayor .lohn A. Lee
Prayer   Uev.   Dr,  Taylor,   of St.
Stephen's   Presbyterian   church
!i\ l.i'i   ....  "Nearer My God to Thl e"
Announci d  by   Lew  a.  I-'.   Bakei.  of
Ollvel   Baptist church
Prayer���Rev,   riot.   Hetherington,
 of  Columbian   college
Scripture Reading���Rev. .1. S. Henderson,  of  St.   Andrew's   Pres-
    bytei Ian church
Marche Funebre  (Chopin) City  Band
Hymn   "Peace, Perfect Pi ace"
Announced  by  Kev.  Canon  d'Easum,
of   Holy   Trinity   cathedral
Address ���K.-v.   Dr.  Sipprell  of Co-
    lumblan college
"God Save the King"
Announced by Rev, A. DeB. Owen
This program has heen printed on
a neal purple bordered folder and will
he distributed to the congregation today.
It is not known yet what lodges or
societies will attend bul it is expected that most of them will be out in
force.
The  mliltla  and   the  city  hand   will
march up  to the grounds,  bul   it  is
Improbable that there will be anything I
In the nature of a procession,
The members of the bar were in-
vlted to attend but they have decided
not to go iu a body, although most of
them bave signified their Intention of!
being there as  private individuals.
Before the si rvlce in the park there
Wlll hi' a service ill Holy Trinity cathedral, starting  at   2:30 o'clock.
HALL PLEADS  GUILTY TO
FIFTEEN   SEPARATE  COUNTSi
Worcester, Mass., May 19.���A plea j
of guilty to thirteen of the fifteen
counts in the Indictment returned
against him charging the larceny of
$104,000 from thc South Bridge Sav-1
lngs hank was made tn the supreme
court here today by John \. Hall,
former treasurer of the bank.
Hall pleaded not guilty to the counts'
alleging the larceny of $7,500,000 and
$21,500 respectively from the hank
Bluefields, May 10, The LTi '< d
Stan b gunboats I>ubu [Ue and I'adu-
cah landi d 160 bluejackets here to
day to proteel American Interests In
Bluefields and to pri vi ni fighting
within the town limits. The American fi nee is pi epai ed for anj emergency, !,.'��� Ing taken ashore Several
tli I I   guns and  i apl I   fli i l -
President's Warship Disappears.
Washington,   D.   C,   Maj   19.���The
i    Venus,    Pn   '������'��� -,i    M - I
\. ai  hip,  has dlsappi are I  from  Blue-
hai bor   w It houi       teni] a
1   mbar Imenl of the town.    Her destination is unknown.
SEARCHING   RUINS FOR
REMAINS OF  VICTIMS
Canton,  Ohio.   Maj   19,   State  < iii- j
cial     arrive I  from Columbia  yesterday !
and  began  an  Invi stigatlon  Into  the |
explosion of the se\ en bollei s al  t he I
plant of the Amei lean Shei i and Tin
IT te company Tuesday  aftei noon,  resulting in the death of fourteen men
and   injury  to  a   score  or  more.
Although it is believed that no moro
bodies will be found the careful s laroh
of the ruins is in progress. Al. the
hospitals the physicians say that several of the seriously injured may die.
They property loss on the wrecked
1 lain    will   be   large.
Committees Appointed to
Look After Arrangements
of Annual Holiday.
EIGHTS WOLVES
nn -  Ing of the Burnaby hoard
ot   i ude   ,, eduesdaj   nlgln   li   -.. a    ui
ci i I thai  Dei r lake or Contra] P u'
. e propei  site for the propi sed      The annual clt.lzi n ' | leni ��� wil]   n
provincial   university   and  a  copy   of lllM ;il1-1" M;;:"  in  Jul>''    So  :'   waa
an  olutlon urging the claims of these decided al   the public meetlni   callsd
nl III  be forwarded to the com- '       night I    dlscuf    tin   matter,    In
ml   i .a whli ii is at  pies, in  lmiulrini      I '''    "'   the   '""'   8U' i'"'1   acc01 :' ''
Into the different sites , to the proje I ' is   yi ar tl     - i
The council also   to c ime Into lim ''' !ldl ' lha1 >' waa "" v'   ,!  '     '  "���' "
with New Westminster and Vancouver '"   dr��P   :""1   :,r,-':   '"   '     "-l!   '"
,,��� ���      .... ,,.,, ownerghip question, :' '' !   lni ;i : ���'���' '''' i1"'11"'""���'' >'|,:,;' than
pa   ��� esolul lou fa ,'0i ing the gov - '^,,y-
eminent   o i  ol   ; ue  ays        ' '"      ' "'   '"' e   K    "���'���   '' "!;-
ti ongi out the province, chairman;    W.    A.    Gilley,    Ge rg
A re.olu    i    .        mpathy i Ith the Blakeley,  F,  P,   Maxwell. J.  n.   VIrtil.
Ro ���  on i ici ��������� ion of the l:-   Wintemute,   It    J.   Irwin,   George
di ii i ol   King Edward VIL was also Adams, J. R   Benson   PI e Chiel J. H.
pi    . Watson and D.  E. MacKenzie.
  W. A, Gillej  was asked to take the
position   of   chairman   for   this   j   tr,
WARSHIPS TO BE BUILT I but la- declined to aci owing to the
IN CANADIAN YARD8 pressure  of   oilier  duties    and     the
  choice fell on George Adams.    D. K.
Ottawa, May 19.���Three British MacKenzie was elected secretary on
shipbuilding lirms have advised the the stipulation, made by himself, that
department of marine of their read- he would not he called on again and
the construction of ships of the ('ana- allowed to retire next. year. W. Da-
thhe construction of ships of the (.'ana- [ vison was elected treasurer,
diaii navy. The propositions, how- A transportation committee consist-
ever, are not definite, and until ten- Ing of Messrs. Adams, Gilley, Mac-
ders are received the relative cost of Kenzie and Blakeley was appointed to
construction here and In Great Brit- look after securing the means of
ain will  not  be known or a final de- transportation.
Halley's Long Heralded Vis -
tor Proves Disappointment
to Learned ancl U nlearned
clslon  reached  as to  where the work-
will be done.
DYNAMITE
Besieged Alaska Prospector
Hurls a Sackful of Heavy
Explosive Into Pack.
May 19.���Regina merchants
It ��� ada ovei   the  c oslng
V Ol low   OUt   Of ri sped   to
pmorj of lhe king.   The mayor's
thai   it   Is   incess.il>   in
morning only, and  aa
J" tin     , id of one of the largest
in tl e city ii will be kept open
the afternoon.   The two otlier
departmental stores will also he
.pen, but   many   of  the  smaller
"���ill close for the day.
lite   a    warm    feeling
I'1 up over   the  situation   and  it
tomorrow aboul half
"��l '���'   ' Ke ina would mourn In
}'  '���        ad  the other half  all
White Slaver Convicted.
New  York,  May   19.���Bella  Moore,
a mulatto, was found guiliy tonight
of selling girls Into lives of shame.
The maximum penalty is flve years
and Jl.iHKi line. Sentence will he pronounced next Thursday.
POWDER EXPLOSION AT
NANAIMO KILLS LIVE MEN
Haines. Alaska, May 19.���Besieged
in his caliin by a hungry pack of limber wolves, his rifle jammed and useless and a rapidly rising creek threatening to carry away his sluice boxes
and destroy the work of weeks. Joe
lie Blondeau, a well known Haines
prospector, scattered  the wolves and
rescued    blS    imperilled    sluice    boxes
by  the  aid  of  dynamite.
De Blondeau threw two sticks of
dynamite, wrapped in an old sack,
with a long fuse attached, among the
wolves. As tho ferocious animals
surged around the sack, the dynamite
ex> loded.
De Blondeau's cabin was shaken by
the shock, a huge hole was torn in
tne iio/.en ground and the wolf pack-
was scattered far and near. De Blondeau says he thinks that no less than
ten wolves were killed by the explosion, but that he could not recover
enough fur to establish the exact casualty s. He asserts also that he has
not been bothered by wolves since he
introduced  dynamite.
ACCUSE iiOSPIIAiS
Of WiLFUL MURDER
Theory That Dead Men Cost
Less Than Cripples Said to
be Acted Upon.
All those present and Captain Woo-
ster and Alderman .1. .1. Johnston
were appointed a general committee
to look after the details.
The t tea surer submitted a report
Bhowing that the receipts last year
were $1115.20 and the expenditures
$540.05, leaving- a deficit of $134.80.
] The committee expressed regret at
j the poor attendance Inst year, when
they went to more trouble and expense than they' had ever done be-1
fore to make the affair a success.
After the regular business there
was some desultory discussion as to
I where the picnic would be held this
: year. It was the unanimous opinion
that it was the best plan to run an
excursion to some place where the
picnickers could enjoy themselves in
their own way and not be dependent
on the committee for their ; tn
ment, as they were last year.
Bellingham,   Victoria   and   Nanaimo (
were  suggested,  and  the choice  will
probably   lie   between   the   two   fin :
Washington. 1). ('., Mav 19.���Steel
manufacturing cone >rns in Pennsylvania were characterized as "human
Bi ��� ghter houses" and it was charged
that in the hospitals "wilful murder"
was   committed   on   the   theory   nuU My.med cities, as it was m tbo. o place
dead  men   were  less   expensive  than
cripples at a hearing before the sen-
that the committee has met with the,
most success in previous years.
Another meeting will he held In  a
RANGE CATTLE GOING
MAD   NOW   BY   HUNDREDS
G.  N.   BUSY   AT   BLAINE.
jUSE OLD SUPPLY
0F COINS  AND  STAMPS
Noise  of the   Detonation   Heard   Miles
Away���All   the   Victims   Were
White.
Railway Building Trackage, Coal
Chutes and Roundhouse.
Blaine, May m.���The Great Northern railway has engaged quarters for
a crew of fifty men here, which is expected to remain here for the next
three months putting in additional
trackage, constructing' coal chutes
and a roundhouse. The announcement
has already heen made that the Bel-
llngham-Seattle passenger will be run
to Blaine in the near future.
ate committee on  public  health and
national quarantine in collection witli  f6^ days,  wlien   the  picnic sue   will
the Owen  bill, providing for the cre-|be definitely deci:led on,
I alion  of  a   department  of  labor and
health.
These sensational  statements were
j made by Arthur E. Holder, legislative
agent of the American Federation of I
Labor.     He  promised  to  furnish  the      Lewlston,   Idaho,   May   19.���Despite
j committee with a statement giving the the efforts  of veterinaries scores of
source of his information. range   cattle   are   going   mad   in   the
"A few days ago." said Mr. Holder, Salmon river distiict.   It is suspected
"I was sitting in the otlice of a Penn- that   the  rabies  are epidemic   in the
sylvania member of congress, and was : district.
informed  that  in  the  hospital of one      A valuable span of horses was go:cd
of   the   Pennsylvania   steel   concerns ! to death yesterday by a maddened cow
wilful   murder   was   committed   when ���near White  Bird, and when corralled
it was found that it would be better ��� she battered   her brains out  against
for the company to have a dead man   the   pen   rails.
|than a cripple." a number of dogs, presumably mad,
Senator Smoot demanded to know have heen killed an' several rain '
Ithe name of the concern accused of coyotes have been shot down by
It''ese crimes, and the name of his in-  ranchmen.
formant.    Mr. Holder responded thai
the   name   of   the   concern   was   the
Bethlehem   Steel    company,   an.l    he
promised    to   supply   the   committee
with all of the facts connected with
tlie charge.
Manila. May 19.���Father Algue. an
astronomer, belle) i a that the long
cherished sell ntlflc theory of a solid'
ci mi o it inn forming I' e nucleus of
comets Is now disprove I. Exhaust iv i
i I atlons made from 3: 30 to 11:30
a m. today, In i erfect condlt Ions, at
the Jesuit obsi vatorles at Manila-.
Bagnio and Antlpol tiled to i ���-, eal
a ir.--.ee of solid matter,
Appendige   Due  Any  Time.
Mount Wilson, Cal., May 19.���Ii
was announced al the observat iry toda:- that Halle)'s comet passed tin
Bun on schi dule time last evening
and the Btin rose this morning ahead*
of the nucleuB of the wanderer. The
earth is close to the tail and is likely
to enter il any moment, according loan official statement.
Still   in   the   East.
St. Thomas. May 19.���Halley's comet was visible in i's usual eastern position this morning. Its dimensions
appeared fourfold greater than a week
ago, the tail stretching ever two-thirds
of ihe Armament, although the head
had not risen above the horizon. There
was no unusual phenomena observedT
last  night.
Tail   Lags   Far   Behind.
Cambridge, Mass.. May 19.���The following dispatch was received at the
Harvard observatory today from Prof..
W. W. Campbell, of Lick observatory:
"Halley's comet was visible in the-
eastern sky this morning; Its tall was-
at least 110 degrees in length and
lags far behind the radius vector. The-
earth will probably not pass through
it."
Another   Scientific   Opinion.
Xew Haven, Conn., May 11'.���The
tail of the comet was seen from Yale
observatory after the moon set this:
morning. It was a faint glow, developed to 60 degrees in the northeast sky. Dr. King, of the observatory, says that at that time tlie earth
had not passed through the tail, although he believed the comet made
its transit of the sun at the time
fixed. He believes that the earth hap
now passed through the  tail.
Theories   All      Astray.
Williams Hay. Wis.. Shuttering nil
scientific calculations and completely
puzzling astronome's. the glowing
tail   of   Halley's   comet   appeared   ire
(Continued on Page Five)
IS
CONFINED TB JAIL LIMITS
Mrs.   Forbes   Is  Taken   to  Prison  for
Failure to  Pay $3,750  for Alienation  of Affection.
BOSTON MM HAS RARE
EXCUSE IN SMUGGLING CASI
Ista
*'a> May 19,    The head of King
" ""' appear on the coins
stamps  of   Canada   before
" '"  thi   year.    The   likeness
ward the Peacemaker will con-
mi  the
ki.i ti
|o one
has
1 u i ency  and stamps ot
r  another   six   months   at
In   the   case   ot   the   postage
|',s an5   design  may   be  use I.  but
' custom to have the monarch's
the  two-cent   stamp,   which
must In  use.    The depart-
:l   six-months'   supply   on
* and I',ese will he used up while
being prepared for tlte new
I ot George V. stamps.
f"IU-ing  the design  of  the  metal
(l">  is also a matter of time. l)e-
11:1 V|'   to   he   prepared   and   ap-
�� in both Canada aud Great Brit
"licre   the   homl   of   the   king
J'lh "ti a coin Ids special approval
X\"  Portrait   has   to   be   obtained.
'"���""'' department has for some
".""  '""king into the questions
sg,ls   ,,���.   t))e   new   g()].   oQln_
anada, and on these the head
Ueorge will  appear, but   the
''January will probably be the
1 ,l"'il' Inauguration.
Nanaimo, May 19.���A big explosion
occurred at the Hamilton Powder
Works factory this morning at 10:30
o'clock. There Is little Information as
to what happened, hut it is known
that   tive men are killed.
Thc dead are: George Preston,
married; Thomas Wage, married! 11.
Meredith, married; W. Baldwin,
single; Herbert Hygh. married. The
latter was foreman, of the works.
The explosion occurred at one of
the separators In the lower works and
was so violent that the sound was
heard in the town four miles away.
The assizes were on at the time and
the building was jarred and doors
slammed with the shock, lt was
thought to be street blasting hut in a
few minutes came word of what actually  had happened.
Immoral Show Stopped.
Chicago, May 19.���Club women
Chicago won a victory for morality
day when the management of the C
theatre was ordered hy Judge Scan
to slop the production of a musl
farce which the women declared
moral. Judge Scanlon made an or
dissolving an injunction restrain
lhe police from closing the doors
the theatre.
of
to-
nil
on
cal
Im-
ler
ing
of
Press  New Orleans Claims.
Baton   Rouge,   May   19.���Members
of the general assembly of Louisiana
will start next Tuesday for Washing-; Bought Trunk With Fals; Bottom Ke-
ton to lay before Uie various congressional      committees      New     Orleans
claims   as  the  site   for  the  proposed
cause She   Thought   Extra   Board
Would   Be   Fine   for   Ironing.
SNOW   IN    REGINA.
S aa>��   Fined for Selling Cocaine.
"fillm"- May 19.-L. D. P. Col-
1 nr"Bgist  of this city, entered
���'      Runty to a charge of selling
w-,s n   0,lt a IlceflBe  yesterday
���i,',,, J t,    ?r,(l an(1 costs,    Collins
eated hist week after the dis-
01 ** t;ang of dopesters.
Winnipeg Business Men Cannot Be
Entertained Because of Weather.
Regina, May 19.���Owing to the Inclemency of the weather today it
was impossible to provide much entertainment for the business men who
arrived from Winnipeg. A heavy
snow was falling when the party
pulled in early I his morning and consequently all drives and other forms
of outdoor entertainment had to be
cancelled. The visitors spent most
of the day among business men, talking over conditions, and at noon were
entertained at luncheon.
PACKETS OF  MONEY STOLEN.
Daring Robbery of $32,024 at a Railway Depot.
Oil City, Pa., May 1!'.���Three packages of money containing $32,024
were stolen from the Pennsylvania
depot here early this morning while
the stationmaster, John Truby. was
loading baggage into a Buffalo-bound
ear. The money was being shipped
by the Adams Express company to
Philadelphia.
Panama exposition in 1916. The me u-
hers will travel in a special tr; In,
the expense of which wiil he defrayed i
by the exposition committee. 'i    Trenton,  X. J.,  May   19.���The government opened Its case In the tii.il
Food   High   in   Canada. of  Mrs.  Matilda Clieshrought, of  b. s-
London, May ll'.���The Daily News ton, who is charged with having smug-
('liecis   attention   of   tariff   reformers  gled goods into the port of Hoboken
to the high phices of food in protec-  in   May,   llKl'J.     Counsel   for   the   de-
linnist Canada, which are far beyond   fendant   opened   this   afternoon   and
anything experienced  so far In Eng-  made the defence of Mrs. Chesbrough
land. one of ignorance of the customs laws.
 ;     Mrs.    Chesbrouglu    wnile    on    tno
'stand  declare!  that  she  bought   the
Death   of   Mrs.   Campbell. turnk with the fa,sc, bottom ln wiliL-li
Winnipeg, May 19.���The death is ,,le alieged smuggled goods were unannounced at Klphinstone. Manitoba, cove,.e(1 because she thought the bot-
of Mrs. Campbell, wife of Glen Camp- tom when removed would make a
hell,   M.  P.  for  Dauphin. g00d  ironing  board.
Bridgeport. Conn., May ll��. ��� Mrs..
Jessie Livingstone Forbes, wife of
A. Holland Forbes, the wealthy-
aeronaut, was taken to the county
jail today because she had not satisfied a judgment of ..I.TfiO and costs
against her in favor of Mrs. Ida Howley, of New York. Mr. Forbes, who
returned from Kentucky last night,
has given a bond of $5,000 upon whiclr
his wife was released, but she is-
confined to the jail limits, that is, to.
the city of Bridgeport.
This judgment was obtained hy Mrs-.
Rowley after a suit in the superior
court In which the alienation of the
affections of her husband, Ernest
Rowley, chauffeur for Mrs. Forbes,
was alleged.
The suit was for $75,000 damages,
ancl Mrs. Forbes made no defence-
Deputy Sheriff Doolan says he hail
been to Fairfield several times to obtain the judgment, hut it was not until this afternoon that he found Mrs.
Forbes. Then he took her on a body
writ fnd conveyed her to the jail ia.
an automobile.
B. C. FRUIT TO BE
EXHIBITED ABROAD>
Aaree  on   Wage  Schedule.
New York, May 19.���It was ofllcially
stated at. the offices of the  K u   .    .
road   this   afternoon   that   the   com-
Ipany and its conductors and trainmen
I had agreed upon a basis for a  wa
1 schedule   and   that  the  details   were
I being worked out.
Kaiser Orders Salutes.
Berlin, May 19.���Emperor William
has ordered royal military salutes
fired tomorrow on all German warships during the time of the hurial
services of the late King Edward.
NO GRANT FOR APPLE SHOW.
Regina to Have. Consul.
Regina. May 19.���At a luncheon in
Regina this afternoon the business
men of Winnipeg, Dr. Jones, consul
for Canada of the United States, made
the announcement that a consulate
would be created in Regina and an
official representative appointed within the next year.
Week's Bank Clearings.
Montreal.   May   11'.���Bank  clearings
for    the    week    totalled    $39,818,545,
compare;!   with   $34,733,845  last  year
and $28,456,570 in 1908.
Profit   in   Loans.
London.  May  19.���The    trust    and
loan   companies'   profits  for  me   h- i
i year   will  permit   of   a   payment   of
. ��31,406  in  dividends,  equalling  four
'per cent  for  the  half year.
Provincial    Government    Refuses    to
Subsidize Proposed Fruit Show.
Victoria. May II).���in connection
with the application made to the government some weeks ago by an influential deputation representing the
moving spirits in the first Canadian
National Apple Show, to be held at
Vancouver in November, It. has been
decided by the executive, after careful consideration, that the government does not see its way at present
to making any grant in assistance of
ihe project as requested.
The delegation asked for $19,000, a
sitnilar promotion grant having beea
asked   of   the   Dominion  government,
land   the   city   of   Vancouver   having
[pledged $6,000.
! Victoria, May 19.���Preparation are
being made for the yearly series of
British Columbia fruit and other products in the chief centers of the prairie
provinces, Toronto, London, and at.
the provincial exhibi;ions in the old
country.
| The prairie exhibitions at which.
British Columbia will this season be
1 represented are those to be held at
Brandon, Regina, Saskatoon, Medicine Hat and Edmonton, beginning;
with Brandon, from July 25 to 29. It.
was the intention of the department,
to show also at Winnipeg, but space
could not be had at the Manitoba.
capital.
The provincial exhibits "on circuit"
wlll this season be  in  charge of E.
Bullock-Webster, who  will  have with
him  as   first   assistant   W.  J.   Brand-
rith,  of  Ladner,  who  also was  with.
Deputy Minister Scott last year in a
similar    capacity.      Both    gentlemen.
have   had   long  experience  as   farmers and fruit growers in this province,
i    From   the   northwest   centers,  tb#-
; British  Columbia exhibits  will  go to*
j the   Toronto   In.lusuial,   and   thenoei
direct to London.
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FRIDAY,   May
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
WANTED���TO    EXCHANGE    35  1-2
. a a sta-
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OPERA   HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
May 24���Juvenile Bostonians.
Maj   -       essle  n.
���Tiie  WI        - . law.
Good Opportunities
SYNOPSIS    Or    CANADIAN    HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
An:      .  : L   i     with-
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paid,       p]      160 ai i   -             or 1
^���ntral l|ot<4_H                          K:.:.y ;;.;.;.-  at
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BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
We Can Deliver the Properties.
Roorrs 5 and 6. Merchants B     -
Corner  Colun-.bia   and   Beg)   e  Streets.
Ne.v Westminster B. C.���Phone 686.
���
WILSON, COOK &. CO.
w;;e:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bid:;.
Ground Floor.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
COOK'S AD
.  acres on Murchie
i isy i onus.
- In ���
SAPPERTON.    LULU    ISL-
REY���Tei   acres     choice     water.
���
IVAN ,     ���        . . TO
plj T and           Clifl  ,.
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In whii :.  the land is situa-.c.      ti i
' xy ; laj made on
. 0    conditions
  d iter, brother or sis-
WANTED���A   THI1 D .SS   ENG3- ter of an Inti ...  bomesti    I -
1 The hi mi Bti    lar Is req       I to per-
p    ���    ed     '>;���,:���   i'.  i;.  I        i        f -:.-., on litl ns  conm en .  :'
with   under   one    ot    the    following
wa: l girl for ge:   ral
(1)   At le si six mom   ' resWei
ply  125   ihlrd  avenu ' '��� ;     iltivatlon of thi   land on
; - ir toi ' in e ,   .
1 -!  If the r ( or moth r, u tne
��� -        the bomest
^^^^^^^^ re-: ��� - ujx d a farm In thi ty ot
FOR    SALE ��� TWO    GOOD    LOTS '** ' '"'
ball Park ei as satisfied  bj
Ith th.   tathei
v         ..        illd   a  J900   housi ;er'
either  lot.    Address   D.,  care t .- <'' If the settler h - bis permaneni
o... e. ace upon  farming  land  own
  by  him  in  the  vi inhy   ol   his  Borne
..  jUSt from  the  East wishes to
AS. -  room cottage or bunga-
VAN-
���
L"s
THREE   ACRES���All   In   fn
ned        . etc
���    Gi '   -
.
FOR   SALE.
BRENING & COMPANY
General   BroVers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
We  C.in  Del'ver tr,e Properties.
Roorrs 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Blag,
Corner  Colurr.bia  and   Begbie   Streets
New Westminster E. C.���Phone
IREY���10    acres   on    Scott    road,
I       . '        ' '.    ' ���     I       :-    '
SURREY���70 acres on  Clover  Valley
I, near I .
i
. -'��� P���T    ee acres cf f,ne cj
I frutl
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner  Coiurr.bia  and  Begbie   Streets.
Phone 630.
LANGLEY- cres.   the    N.    ' j    of
.-   .:    . - I
- ���'   : ���      1,000 cash, 1
FO
SALE���Sl RREY .
AND ?���        the i s as to resl I
City���Lot on  Ninth street, near Third   CITY���Lot   2  and  3   in   Blks.  6  and17
.    ;;:; ; ,'-��� '." ��� ,      ..   .   by  residence  upon
.
Ki Ij   station.     Price   $375   ]       the paid land.
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er, 1   t . 7, Collti       P 0      Six months notice In writing should
South Vanco he ?lven to, Uie commission-.-r ol  Do
 ���      lon  lands  a;   Ottawa of intention
FOR   SALE���HIGH   POWER   AUTO-!to aPP'J" t��r patent
ter)  li nntng     Coal.���Coal  mining  rights  may   be
' ���   ' Ight   exchange   I ��� for    a   period  0I-    rwentV-on*
years at  an annual rental of $1 per
1;-'  '���-��� ' '���"��� ���  Not   more   than   2500    acres
FOB  SAIE���\'KW  ui.,1 ,v pi-avi   f::':i  be ^ased to one lnnividual or
--.V   -     * ' 0%rmeXni8S^��,eCted
leafed  screen,   lour   dining    chai -,..  ���  rnpv
V;.   ,. ;        '    Setf01  M2.Phon,   Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized    publication   o?
his  advertisement win    not be paia
City���House     o.n     corner     lot     near
S. H :.  Seventh ai
��� asy
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Pianos  from  J325   up
Organs. $75 and up.
New  Westmister  Land D|s, ���
District   of   New   v.,   .", tri<
Take notice I    ���
nan.  of  Vai
 patlon contn
ply   for   perm
followli
Coi   nencli     . ;
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ber limit  :<������
and westerlj
erly   around   the
in place of coi
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ALEXANDEI
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V irch IT, 1910.
LAND   AC7.
New  Westrr.lnst<
District of New W-   ���
Take i       i     thai
Clowi b of  \
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urcjans, ^/j  anu   uu. a
r ei in      utn.. tie    ItO ns|
Sinner Sewing    Machines, ^j   *
"'     S' J m.     nl \       ni-   In.I   11
Queen's I BURNABY���Two   ' .   acre   lots   near   a
Pi $2,400, - '.anee
th ll       ��� - -.'ing
I   store.
.
and   upj	
Edison    Pnonographs,   $16    and
up.
Victor   Gramophones, $31 nnd up.
$5 Zithers for $2.50.
'    to $".oo.
- -,. from (6 1     ' '   .
14 to $35.
Banjos, $15 and $20.
A ns fi 1
One   Second   Hand .   |
One   Second   Hand   Plan      .125.
THE     HOUSE    WHERE    YOU
GET   A   SQUARE   DEAL.
J. H. TODD'S MUSIC
HOUSE
Columbia St.   New Westminster
ply for pei mlBi    ���   -
lowing di
Comn encli
tl e B. i: pi - *
in channel beti
Island; I
erly, e r 1
the i
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Lulu   Isiand���Twenty   or   Forty   acres EUP.NABY   SNAP  ���   3   34   acres   in
on the Xoi th Ai        lad.   Price onlj i.   L.   136,     Pri
- ind thi 12 and 1
ad is selling
at  double the 	
in   land thi LANGLEY���160 acres. S. W. ' ��� cf Sec.
Tenders  W
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CITY  OF   NEW  WES'
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posed  tra::.   ...     al   this  figure.!
Terms easy.
POR SALE���GOOD VIEW LOT ON
Seventh avenue; 66 x 148; between
Twelfth street and cut-off. Price
$1,000, easy terms, owner, Box 27,
Colllngwood  Last.
Hjorth  Road���Forty acres at $125 an
This   - ���: ���   '   be   bi
Cloverdale���Forty acres: 10 acres are
' li .rod and cu ti\ te I. Tl Is corners
on two main roads, and only a short
distance from the tram. Good for
a few days only.
FOR SALE���A GASOLINE CABIN
Launch, 9 1-2 font beam, 35 feet
long. Apply for particulars to G.
Harvey,  S53  Ramage  Btreet,  City.
POR SALE OR RENT���Modern turn- a
Isbed, six roomed housi1; close to ���
ear.   Apply, 434   Sixth Btreet, City.    ^
POR SALE���SURREY;   TEN ACRES,   ���
S.  D.  lo, northwest  1-4  section  19,   *
township  2.    Price  $250  per acre;   ���
1-3    cash;     balance   6,   12   and   18
months.    Address N.  B.,  News Of-
I.i ���-.
POR SALE���GOOD WORK TEAM
[2,J 0 lbs.). Sound. Also wagon and
hari - - .-.-i.    Ap] ly A. N. Mac-
ka;, Bui       y  Lake  P. O.. B. C.
FOR SALE ��� MAGOON STRAW-
berry runners. Specially . ��� iwn
from young plants. Four dollars
per thi - i 1. L. Claude Hill, Bur-
naby Lake, P. O. li
FOR     SALE   ���   SPEED     LAUNCH *
"Vite." 33 fret long. 4 feet 6 Inches t
beam; fully equipped with 16 I!. P. ���
four-cylinder   "Cowle"   engine,   to- x
gether with dynamo.    In first class
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.   Tp    10,  2 0  feet  ol
r le^se.    A  :. ll
Ills in the  vicinity.    P
j 15  per acre;   1-3  cash,  balam
and 2 yi    a
WILSON,   COOK   &   CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank    Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
Real Estate
X      KELLINGTON BROS.
}   Corner   Columbia   and   Begbie   Streets, . Canadian     PadflC     Railway
��� Phone 680, I -
VS.
WAIL   SERVICE.
Mortgages
���
���
* Following are the hours of despatch
* | and arrival of mails at the New West-
J minster postofflce ancl houi given in
i  each case being the hour of closing,
��� which is half an hour, as a rule, he-
ilfor the actual despatch. All mails.
a   unless     otherwise     stated     are     de-
��� spatched :-nd received daily except
- ! Sunday.    The only mails  despatched
Special Trip
"SS. PRINCESS MAY"
To Prince Rupert and
Stewart
On May 25 the "S. S. Princess May"
leaves   on   a  special   trip   to   Prince
ii T's    ^^^^^^^
Pipi free Iran t,
���
-
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tion,    PI] es  to  1
Blze spigot
Tendi rs to be
'ater PI) Th<
\V.   \.   I'l Nl |
('���;���>  Hall, April 26,
LAND   AC"
Some of CUr Shrewd clients
are beginning to feel that outside property is now nearly
as high as it is worth. They say-
that   the   old   stock   exchange
��� jand received Sunday are the G. N. R. I Rupert, where a stop of part of a day
Jj. mth and C. P. R. east mails, not tn- will  be  made.    Thenci   to    S
X eluding way malls, Sapperton, Fraser
��� I Mills and Coquitlam.
i    "
���
Mai!s   Despatched.
S a.m.���Vancouver &n4 Vi.io-ii via
C. Electric railway.
a      First  C.P.R.  east,  taking  Cft  points
��� least including Langley and effwriet.
where  the  steamer  will  spend   fron
one to two days, givinj passengers
an  opportunity   of   visiting   tbe   new
boom mining town and  mines  lo  I .
vicinity.
A short stop will also be made  ai
Prface   Rupert  on   the return   tiip.
ROUND TRIP PARE }
i
mi wa
L21
i     New   Westminster L         :   -��� *\ I
D strict   of   New West
1    Take  m lice thai .:i
|cj V             .i'i =-��..|
,  ���-, .��� intends to ai --.|
��� ds:
Cominonring   at
the  :      ���   ���     ���   :
lying ahout ll
thence    n
11  erly  and    easti
Bhoi    to the place 1
��� .  1       ���    mon
JAMES
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Viviennc    Amber   with    the    Juvenile
Bostonians at the  Opera  House
May 24.
April  20,  '
JOHN r
miamammaammimm.
working order.    Speed 14 miles per1*   when   everyone
hour.    To   be   seen   at   our   docks.   *
wants   them;
j
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LOST ��� SILVER    WATCH.    SWISS J
movement,   No.   L527333,   case   No. ���
304529;  la jewels.    S. S. Cameron J
���will  pay a liberal reward to findei a
on  returning  same  to  Daily  News ���
office. J
LOST���On   Columbia  street  between ���
Alexander and  Sixth  streets, silver f
brooch   trimmed   with   gold.  Finder *
return to the City  Paint Shop, 37 ���
Alexandra   street,   and   receive   re- *
Front   street.     The    Schaake    Ma
chine Works, Ltd.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LKT ���UNFURNISHED THREE
rooms; electric light. Apply 233
Eleventh street or 74>; Colombia St.
FOR RENT���ROOM FOR ONE OR
two gentlemen, Apply 205 Carnarvon street.
TO RENT���UNFURNISHED ROOM,
Apply corner Royal avenue and Seventh ��treet
TO     LET���COMFORTABLE     ROOM
tor ir.<- or two ,adies, close to car.
SIS Hamilton street, city.
RENT ��� COMFORTABLY  FUR-
bedroom.    Apply  713  Trew
street, city.
LOST.
LOST���DOG WATER SPANIEL;
brown and white. Answers to the
name of "Lo lghey." Kindly communicate with Mrs. E. King, 610
Fourth street.
LOST���POCKET LOOK CONTAIN-
ing sum of money and valuable
papers. Name on pocket book. S.
N, Lupton. Finder please return
-to Kelly, Douglas <fe Co., Front
Btreet   and   obtain   reward.
buy when no one wants them.
They have figured out that the;
have  done  pretty  well by  real
mortgages. They say that seven
to eight per cent, is good for
such high class, gilt edged security���in fact there is no security better than a mortgage
on  improved  real estate which
ED. GOULET.
^^^^^^^^J    Agent, C.P.R.
Ass. Gen. Pass. Agent.
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
��� ibv courier (Tuesday and Friday).
t      &:15  a.m.���Vancouver  and Victoria,
*?   ..i..   r-     a*     r,
I
ward.
LOST���THURSDAY NIGHT, CUFF
with Masonic bar cuff link. Finder
please return to News Office.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AOENTtil MANA-
ger G. J. Sykes), 62 Powell .street.
Vancouver. Phone 3576. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Hintr ns up, wire or
write If unable-to visit us.
4   via G.  ���  R.     ^^^^^^^^^^
8:30 a.m.���C. P. It. east (first train)
Sapperton,   Fraser   Mills  and   Coquit-
��� lam.
f      12:00 p.m.���C. P. R. east.
4      1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
��� and  Fraser Arm.
Z      1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby by courier.
��� 2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
J      3:15 p.m.���tilaine  and  Seattle,    in-
Z 1 eluding all U. S. points.
��� ;     7:00  p.m.���Revelstoke  local and  C.
P. R. intermediate points.
way.
1:30 p.m.���Strawberry Hilt. Tirn-
berland and South Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30  p.m.���Ladner  and  down  river
��� points, East Burnaby, Queensboro aud
JI Burquitlam, by courier.
4      2:30   p.m.���Vancouver    and    Piper
��� Siding,  via G.  N.   R. north.
1 3  p.m.���Cloverdale,  Nlcomekl,    and
��� Port Kells, daily, Clayton on Tuesday,
��� Thursday. Friday and Saturday;  Tyne-
2 head on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Ac-
��� cord, Tuesday and Friday.
T      4:00 p-m.���Vancouver and  Burnaby I
a  Lake, via B. C. Electric railway. Sat-j
��� urday an extra mail is despatched to j
Z  Victoria  via  Vancouver  at  this  hour. |
��� Blaine   and   Seattle,   including   all
T  T*.  s.  points, east and south, via the]
X.G. N. R. "Flyer
41    The   mail "for  Abbotsford   ancl  dis- deluding meals and berth.
axiom is good which says "Sell   ���|t.rk't-  t'hi.vburn  and district,  Hunting- rncT,,,,
J I don and district, and Matsqui are de-; C. B. FOSTER
4 \ spatched by way of Vancouver.
��� I S a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points east and south,
and Hall's Prairie, Fernridge and Hazelmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays.
���^   r j      -.   ���    j.    All Surrey mails are received from
estate    and    are   now  buying X Cloverdale. except Hall's Prairie,_Ha-
-*-'zelmere and Fernridge, which arrive
on the Port Guichon train on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver. Victoria and
J I Central  Park, via  B. C.  Electric rail-
! ���
��� ! Mails   Received.
\      S:30  a.m.���Vancouver  and   Victoria
��� ] including   U.   S.   matter,     and     also
JI (except  Tuesday)   via  B. C.   Electric
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ a I railway,
has  withstood  all  the  scrutiny  *;SEE  COPY
given morgages which passes ���
through our hands. They feel
that with such mortgages
they can sleep pretty comfortably���no anxiety as to a possible drop in value.
If real estate has done well
for you, or If you are for any
reason looking for the greatest security in investment, it
will pay you to see us and
talk over the matter. Our 4
knowledge Is at your disposal T
without charge. Years of experience and study of financial
matters of all kinds fit ns to
speak with some degree of authority.
For all kinds    I
JOB   PRINTING]
ph\iM  695
business    men    is    pffivWed    at    l��.- or 1<ave 01
"Royal   Cafe"  al   exceed!   | -|-< ��        _..
able pi   es * ������*-   A%rrt����
vice.   Come and bring a frieffd.   Main   near The Dally News C
floor Dominion Tmst block. *"    ' Si.'-1''
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Ls***l*sm**aSitt-*Y-,,-������*,' Tiy^aa.ig.i.ifcu.jjj.nyi.7
HERE IT IS!
Six Lots en bloc, situated
between 8th and 10th avenues
close to Cumberland street, on
the highest  point  in the city.
Price $1650 for the bunch.
Only $600 cash required, balance easy.        ....
��� Dominion Trust
I       Co., Ltd.
CITY  OF  NEW   WESTMINSTER.
��� ���Hours   for   Irrigation���
��� The hours during which water may
J be used for Irrigation in the city have
a been extended to from fi:.'IO p. m.. un-
��� til 8:30 p. m. until further notice.
4 By  order
L                                      ^^^^     ��� v>'  A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
*^**********^**^****^*****a city Hall, May 13, 1910!
T.   R.   PEARSON,
Manager   N.   W.   Branch.
Co,
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
PHONE 515        CURTIS BLOCK       657 COLUMBIA ST
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1 ������*'--'- ���* FRIDAY.   MAY   20,   1910
THE DAILY NEWS.
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NOTICE.
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: BEGGING PROFITABLE
One   Night
May 24th
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One   Night   X
May 24th
IN NEW YORK CHI:
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Tuesday, May 24th
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"The Native Sons"
. \��� t WOOD   WORK,   AND ���
% REPAIRING   OF   ALL %
      'US
Juvenile Bostonians
Found on Him by Pol:. <   Reel
of   Two   Days'   Work
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KINDS
Done At
I Benson & IdicScnemy \
At   Dick   Benson's   Old   I
���   ftth St.,  Next to F.-.Ehion Livery.
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With Babe Mason and 20 other girl artists, in  lhe  *
Musical Comedy Success
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HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625  Columbia   Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL  HOPE, C. A. C.
And  at  336   1                  St.,  W.
Vancouver,  B. C.     Phone \
"BERTA'S BILLION"
Every Girl an Artist
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Nevs Vo k i ida; si ts foi Hi what purports in i e detail i of i of tin re
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fi tl �� hli h   iii ms  in   this
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tlie   rei    v<     i   tli   iti     I liai     cotton
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qui fi om ji non ooo to $1 ���'��� on,   '] he
defunct Hrm Involved, Bteele, Miller
,', Co., oi ' 'oi Inth, was throw n Into
\ oluntai j   banki ui tc)   May 6,
B.C. Mills
Timber and  Trading   Co.
Manufacturers nn<i Dealers in AU Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH.  SHINGLES. SASH,   DOORS.   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills   Branch
Telephone   12 New  Westminster
Bey  II
TATHER   ESCAPES,
BUT   SON    IS   KILLED
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N   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C,
jne 13. Office. Eighth  St
The White House
617 Columbia Street
��� s.z.'53aac3r.n .Mi'ianftaii
���2 Acres at Tlmberland
onting Yale road. $3500
. balance to arrange,
luire at
S. O. PAULSEN
Timbcrland P. O.
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loney
GOOD    FRIEND     ALWAYS
r       di posit your money for
f '' The Bank of Toronto
I' Bate while you leave
r      (1 ready when you need It,
and It will be
UTheTime
���earning ror you three per cent.
fi' v*t. Small or large sums
I1       be deposited at any time.
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see Jose
l'lil
Travers
$2,400; Bmall cash payment,
80   BRANCHES
Ontario,   Quebec   and    the
West,
CAPITAL
REST   .
.$4,000,000
.  4,750,000
f Toronto
re   12,200;
NEW   WESTMINSTER,    B.   C.
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Mgr.
7-roomed house, all modern
balance $20 per month.
8-roomed bouse close to car. Price $2,600 on easy  terms,
Rooming house: 21 rooms;  .ond  location,    Price  tor  lease  and
contents, $1,200; $300 cash,
10-room modern house on tui siso lol on Third avenue,   Price only
$3,800.   Easy terms,
7-roomed modern house close to   Columbia  Btreet.
$500 cnsh, balam e like rent
Tu,, B-roomed Houses .-lose iii.    Price only $1,100 each, on easy
ll-roomed house;  close in. Price $3,000 on easy terms.
We  have houses  for  sale  in all vails ol' llie city ami OH very easy
terms   Consult us If you want to buy a homo.
Two lots on Twelfth  street.   Price only $'.1011 for the two;   1-2 cash,
balance over two years.
Two lots on  Twelfta street  car   line,
cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
Two lots corner of Regina 1-size lot on Third avenue.    Price only
$2 000' 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
"'���I'wo lots on corner of Seventh   avenue  and   Fourth   Street.
ji -mi- 1-3 cash, balance 8 and 12 months,
"ono  full-sized  lot on   Nanai.no street.    Price $660.
.., ,   ,  ,., n(.;,r Windsor  street  backing  on   Oonningham
streei    $2100 per lot; W cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
,,,, on Hamilton street.   Price $850 on terms.
Two lots on Edinburgh street
f"''uvime also 5 and 10-acre blocks In Surrey ranging from   .128
an 1 op.    Sec us about them.
Bellingham,   Maj   10.   Grant    Otis
'. yeurs old, was lnstantl)   Killed and
Ills brothei   Fb   ���   1    agi d D, bu itaine I 1 jH
1  in oken   ii'  li   ".11  aftei noon   ��lu u
sh ii laden ��Ith loga ovei tui ned on
1   sliid   10 id   at   Walil.   nine   miles  e 'Sl. 1 *&jttm
nf Belllngham,    Thn boys   sons <>f ,1.1
r. Otis, h uui' hei. vi ei e 1 Idlng on the
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Easterbrook  Milling  Company,
bourne,   IV C
FLOUR!       FLOUR!
IMPERIAL    $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..$6.75  per  Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $1.50 per Bbl
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUH  A.ND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET.
*i'JfoJm*'.'y,y..\*. ��� .<.����� JB?...
N.-nv   Westminster
Bled v, iih their 1 ithi 1  when th.   aci i
id 111   occui red     < Itls  escaped   Injui y.
The Injured lad  was brought  to Hiis
clty for treatuu nl     I le ��ill rei o\ er.
FILIPINOS   STILL   CRAVE
IMMEDIATE   INDEPENDENCE
Washington, May 19.���"Our desire
for independence remains unalterable." declared Speaker Sergio Os-
mono, ni the Philippine Assembly, in
la cablegram to Delegate Queson, who
I petitioned the House Saiurday for liu-
medlnte independence of the Filipinos,
The  message was one of a  number
I Congratulating  Mr.  Queson    on    his
I speech.
Speaker Osmena entiled thai the l-'il-
| Ipino pnii,le cra\ ed 1 he advancement
it the national cause by all possible
(Deans; that ten 5ears of Amei lean
administration showed thai the Flit
plnos were capable nt independent
government, and that the justice of
the American people would decide in
favor of the Filipino freedom.
price only  .^o each;   l-
Price
dose to Twelfth street.   Price $1,300
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Just a Few Left ot
West End View
Lots
In Lot 10, Sub. Block 12, between 8th and
10th Avenues, to the east- of 18th Street.
Price .850, ore quarter cash, balance 6, 12
and 18 months. These lots are close to the
mw cut off, and you will be wise if you step
in now a id secure them.
Two Good Buys
2 nice lots on   Hamilton  St.,   all cleared,
50x150.    Price $800 each cash, or $1000 on
terms.
Lot 7 on 11th St., Block 19, Sub. block 7.
Price $750 on terms.
Maple Ridge
120 acres of good land, close to Mission City
Price is $35 per acre. $1000 cash handles
this.   Lalance on very easy terms.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,   MAY  20
The Daily News
Published by Tne Dally .News Publish-
tug Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Strei ts.
C A.  Paige Managing  Director
<5_Nj<p ^TaBel.
Correspondence
(The Daily N'ewB is nol responsible
for the opinions expressed by its correspondents.)
COLUMBIA ST. IMPROVEMENT.
FRIDAY.   MAY   20,   1910.
Editor
Si:-.
Bigned
othei s
un li
Dally News,
-lu ih,- opinion  i f the
the feeling of Mayor Lee and
present,    regarding    Wodnea-
Fire, Life, Accident and  Marine
INSURANCE
AGENT FOR THE SUN  FIRE  INSURANCE   OF   LONDON.   CNG.
(Established 1710.)
AGENT   FOR   THE   ALL
ANCE    INSURANCE   COMPANY   OF
PHILADELPHIA
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THE
H. SMITH
LIMITED
ISP
YOUTHFUL   MISCREANTS
hae
day night's meeting, as reported in
yesterday morning's Daily News, was
i ntlrely unwarranted,
Regarding the Columbia streel work,
il has been slow lo say the leas;. This
lias been ihe knowledge of all tor
nionlhs. Bui when did this work take
en a new lease of life? lias renewed
action not dated from exactly the
day this pel it ion caused the limitation and broti. ht the taxpayers to a
realization of the treatmenl they
were given? Since thai time there
has been action which never characterized operations before. Therefore
why should the mayor call petitions
useless and. un worthy of future attention?     If   the   signers   caused   the
^__
f ���������!    III.-    lanitOi"   ili'l i'l      alien ���      1 'si
night's meeting? By all means lot
us have more petitions ii there is any
hop- thai they \.ill in- as resultful
as ibis.
W. J. KERR.
WoBtminster, Maj   18,  1910.
New
King's Bier to B8 !
Followed By Rulers
(Continued from Page One.)
Once or twice before we have
occasion to call attention to Ihe serious trouble caused by the mischievous tricks of Ill-mannered and uncontrolled children, and to point out that
whilst it is flrsl of all the boundeu
duty of parents to see that their
youthful charges are properly educated and restrained, it is, failing
this,   the  proper   discharge  of  their
parental responsibility, the duty of desired result whal does ii matter
t.he authorities to adopt such measure s
.as will at leasl preserve ihe citizens
from the e,it < ffects attending ihe
mlscbievou ; anks of undisciplined
youth.
There ha.s just been brought to our
notice a case in which what we suppose must be regarded as a practical
joke on the part cf certain hoys
resulted in serious injury to a well
known and respected lady resident of
.this city. Our Information is thai
Airs. Poigndestre was proceeding
.-along Sixth street after dusk Tuesday
<evening when she tripped over a
.length of wool, possibly a fence
picket, that had been fixed across the
sidewalk, falling heavily and sustaining several cuts and bruises to her
face. Her fall occasioned a loud outburst of laughter from a small knot
��r youths near by, who were, presumably, the perpetrators of this very
practical joke.   Two days later, when
the victim had sufficiently recovered
from the severe shaking and injuries
�����he had received, she interviewed
Chief Bradshaw, who regretted his
inability to assist her with any remedy and added the not very comforting Information that four hoys off
���Sixth street had already been sent
to tho reformatory. Thence Mrs.
Poigndestre made her way to Mayor
Lee, who, whilst expressing his sympathy, declined to treat the matter
as anything more serious than fun
en the part of the boys.
We Quite appreciate the Inability
of tlie Chief of Police to afford any
nscful assistance to tlie victim of this
outrage, seeii g ry limited staff
he pos��'is - ��� undertake the patrolling of the Btreets and the keeping of
the peace. But we are greatly surprised that Mayor Lee should treat
a serious m ttei ol this kind in a
way horde: ing on levity and excuse
these mischievous urchins on the
.ground that they were out to enjoy
;i little fun. Surely the Mayor of
this city should 'nave a better sense
of his responsibilities than this! For
the matter does not rest with the one
unfortunate case in point. Any and
|every resident is likely to become the
I  Have   Buyers   For   Real   Estate
In   New   Westminster
M
Trapp Block.
Phones:   Office,
Columbia   St.
653;   House, 153.
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New Westminster.
Box 952.
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$1- EXCURSION- $-3
TO   CHILLIWACK   ON  TUESDAY,   MAY   24,   1910.
The Royal City Navigation Company's New Steamer
S. S. PAYS
will make a round trip to Chilliwack mi above date, leaving B.C.E,
Railway wharf, New Westminster, at 7 A. M., and will reach Chilli-
wack about 12:30, giving excutsionlsts the afternoon in which to Bee
ibis GARDEN CITY OF THE FRASER; returning will leave Chilliwack a) 6 P. M., arriving in New Westminster about 9:30 p, m.
The   Mackness   Orchestra   v;ill   be   in   attendance.
DANCING   ON    BOARD   THE   STEAMER.
A  limited  number of  tickets are mi sale at 11. Ryall's Drug Store,
Adulis $1.    Children  under  12 years 50 cents,
I.i. ht refreshments can he obtained on board.
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In  Brown, Navy,  Reseda,  Dove Grey, Cardinal and Hla
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suits.   This material Is all wool, and a splendid width, l.h
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wide.   You cannot eoual this anywhere in the citj  ���
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Onlj sr. pieces, so ll yi u are Inti reBted get here early.   ,���
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;    long al tbla Qg ire    On sale to 'ay,   per  yard   	
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relatives.    Special trains will convey!
the high officials, the  foreign  representatives and special envoys.
The  little  town of Windsor has  as- ;
sumed a purple hue.    Fiom the  station   to   the   entrance   to   tbe   castle',
every   building  is  covered    with    a
mourning  pall of  royal  purple.
Thousands of Floral Tokens.
Throughout the day hundreds of
people came to Windsor from London
and the surrounding districts, carrying floral memorials to the dead king.
The cloisters of the chapel are already
filled with flowers, and scores of ex-
tra racks have been erected on which
to place the others. On the lawns
there is another great mass of flowers, little bunches of daisies or buttercups from the village children lying side by side with great wreaths
of orchids and roses sent by officials
and the governirenis of the world.
Distinguished   Callers.
Among the callers at Buckingham
today were the King of Denmark, the
King of Greece, Prince Henry of Brassy Is. the Lord Chief Justice of England and Theodore Roosevelt. The
funeral services will be conducted at
St. George's chapel, Windsor, where
Edward VII. will he temporarily s".
pulchured among the tombs of his
fathers.
Overseas Representatives.
London. May 11'.���Lord Strathcona
and Sir George Reid, 1 Igh commissioner for Australia, will be in the
ninth carriage tomorrow, following
that of Former President Roosevelt,
of the United States, who is the special ambassador from that country
a.t the king's funeral, and M. Pin-
chon, tlie minister of foreign affairs
foi- France. Sir George Reid said
lasl night thai tlie arrangement is in
every way satisfactory, as it will
show the proper conception of the
place held by Canada and Australia
by the empire in whose area they
represent  seven-twelfths.
"Arrangements made by his majesty
will give the inmost gratification to
Canadian people," said Sir George
Reid. "und are such as might he expected from King George, who has
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ such a perfect personal acquaintance
victim of some such dastardly piece of  with every part of the Empire."
Visitors from overseas have been
allotted some places in enclosure in
Hyde  park   to   witness  the   progress
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Footwear
Torchcn Lace
5c per yard
Values that will astonish you
on this table. Cotton and i.i ��� n
Torchons in \ a: i ius v. Idl hs and
designs;   also   Pillow   Lace   up
to    -I     inches     wide    I'm-,     per
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Cashmerette
25c per yard
Suitable for       |
di esses, etc., in
Pale Blue, Llgl I
dlnal only;  40 '.;
tra good value, ud 2t|
rnXM
How do you judge a Shoe  Store ?
You judge it by the range  of  its stock,   by
the evidence of quality, by its variety, by the
facilities it provides for serving its customers
Judge us by all those standards. You will
find no shoes here that will not bear close
inspection. You will find representations of
well nigh every worthy shoe approved by
fashion. And as for variety of lasts, there
are no limits, save the vogue.
A pleasant, comfortable department makes
choosing your summer  footwear a  pleasure
We mention all these things because we
want you to pay a visit to  our  Shoe  Store.
Styles and Prices will Appeal to you.
E. SINCLAIR
The Shoe Man
See The Novelty Dress
Linens
m
mm
.lust  arri\ed  iu  our   \,'
busy days among tlie Summer
leaves so little  to  be desired.
i loo la Bi - I ti m    no  woi
S lltlngS    a'     this    Stele
The late arrivals
have
an I
finish,  a  takitij    < tfl    I   that   is   bound   tO   l"'    pup-.lar-.   : .-��� |
pearance, and tbe sh   li    are simply   exquisite,     Ri   ��� i
Champagne, Brown, Pale Blue  ind Nile are well repn ;-'
showing;  -7 inches wide.    Per yard   	
mischief, and even more serious injury might result than in the case
4>f Mrs. Poigndestre. We do not wish
Mayor Lee any harm, but it would
perhaps bring the real seriousness of
this affair closely home to him if
lie were suddenly brought to earth soi
in some similar way. We opine lie
would not then be quite so ready
to excuse the miscreants on the
ground that they were out for fun.
As we have urged before, seeing the
growing extent of Xew Westminster,
it is high time some more effective and
efficient police patrol were instituted,
nnd at least lhe main thoroughfares
of the city properly protected. The
present police force Is altogether Inadequate for modern needs. It might
very well have served and possibly
���did serve the purpose ten years ago,
but with greatly increased population
of tho funeral.
Winnipeg  Wreath   Arrives.
London,    May    19,���The    Winnipeg
wreath, composed of laurels, lilies and
white neartner, has arriveu at  Wind-
Had Chilly Ride.
Windsor, May IU.���Two men were
arrested on the arrival of the express
train from New Vork. The two making a desperate effort to save their
fare stole a ride ln the ice chest and
were nearly perished when placed in
custody.
NOTICE.
Knights of Pythias.
All members of Royal and Granite
Lodges,Knights of Pythias, and visiting brechren, are requested to meet
at the Castle hall on Sunday, May
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ H at *".:::<J n.. in. for ihe minxi.p of
and the considerable enlargement of attending divine service in St. Ste-
its  extent  tlie  force  is quite  useless ,Pnen s cnurch,
as a means of protection against evil
and crime in this city
With respect to the information afforded by Chief Bradshaw that four
.boys have already been sent to the
reformatory off Sixth street, this is
news to us, and has not, so far as
we are aware, before been made public. We protest most strongly against
any practice of this kind. If boys are
committed to a reformatory this fact
and the circumstances of their delinquency should be made public through
the press. To have children punished like this in a silent and private
way is a proceeding that is at once
intolerable and irregular, if not illegal. The public is entitled to know
how and why and by what, manner
of means these said four boys were
committed, and to have any future
cases of this kind disposed of in open
MSOHlt.
A. P.
^^^^^^^^^^^ GRANT,
Secretary.
N'ew Westminster, May 20, 11)10.
Scarcity of Houses.
All real estato dealers in tin- city
speak about the great scarcity of
houses for incoming people. This
is a deplorable fact and one that cannot be remedied In a minute. While
houses cannot be rented there are numerous chances to buy very reasonably. The W. J. Kerr Realty company
offers a typical instance. This littlo
home is on Fourth avenue close to
Eighth. The coming of the expected
carline for Fourth avenue and Eighth
street will enhanca this property
greatly. Has water and electric
light, four rooms, new building, block
and a half from Sixth Street carline,
lot well improved and some outbuildings. Can be bought now for .2,000;
1H   cash;   balance   very  easy.     This  Is
within very easy walking distance to
Columbia street and will be early
affected by the present extension of
tlie business portion.
City  of
New   Westminster
New Westminster, 11. C.
May 11, 1910.
To the Citizens of New Westminster:
Whereas it has heen the
will of Almighty God to call
from amongst his people,
His Majesty King Edward
VII., whose memory Is revered by all his subjects
throughout the Empire and
whoso sterling Qualities
have been ho recognized by
all the nations of the world
that are participating In our
national sorrow:
It Is meet and proper that
this Royal City, whose name
was bestowed by our late
Sovereign's latnentod mother, Queen Victoria, should
pay special reverence to his
memory on the day of his
obsequies.
I th .'���efore requost all citizens to join in the public
memorial service in Quern's
park on Friday, the twentieth day of May, 1810, at
15:30 o'clock in the afternoon.
In so far as possible, I
would also request all persons to wear some emblem
of mourning.
JOHN A. LEE,
Mayor.
Indian Head
Suiting 15c yard
We  have  not   advanced   our
prices on this popular While
Suiting, and we do not intend
t( as long as our present slock
holds out. Same old price as
last year. Get some now. Per
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30c per yard
New Vestings
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nice ll and 12.
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Tvirs 1-3 cash, balance 6 and I'.
Phnoe  307.
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Almighty God to take unto
Himself our beloved Sovereign, King Edward VII.
And whereas it has been
deemed proper thai a day
he set apart for mourning
the great loss we have sustained   ther bv.
Now, therefore, I, the undersigned Mayor of the City
of New Westminster, �� do
hereby proclaim Friday the
twentieth day of May, 11)11),
a solemn day of mourning
for the loss of our beloved
Sovereign, and respectfully
Invite all citizens fittingly
to observe lhe same.
JOHN A.  LEE,
Mayor's Ollice, Mayor.
New Westminster,
May HI, 1!H0.
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Butte, May ID.���An autopsy nv��r
the body of W. G. Moffatt, who dropped dead today, revealed a Vtrmlionn
appendix nine and a half Inches long,
the end being wrapped around a portion of lhe liver. iSO similar Ca.,u iS
known In medical annals. Death was
**       due to apoplexy.
Betting Bills Passed.
Albany, N. V., May 111.���The senate
passed the Agnew bill prohibiting the
publication of belling odds and th;
Perkins bill relative to keeping gambling estal lishinenls today. The bills
are two of a series of four designed to
prohibit bookmaklng, They now go toi
.the  assembly   rules  commmlftee.
| Ryall Foot
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Powder
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rR|DAY,   MAY  20,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.  ~~
|pORTING NEWS
KTSii    fiiiffuLK win. see
�� INTERMEDIATE GAME
TUESDAH LACROSSE MATED
ere Are A Few Srsaps ��� ���
������ have fur exclusive sale.lnt  on   Regina  Btreet, between  First
^    and Second Btreets, only |6B0; Va cash; balance in G and 12 months
a    ;"   ���   per cent.
SURREY
Defeat    West    Enders    by ; B. C. E. R. Will Pun Special Tram for
;(jht
Goals  to   Five  in  Rough
Lacrosse   Match.
i;, glnas scored another win
,, hen they tnel the West
in a fast  lacrosse game.
mU-il  s  to B, but  it   was
Benefit of  Country  Supporters of
National Game,
aine
until  the   whistle
core i '
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[ 0 pink tea to mix in unless
\ ..,.\\ protected by accident
I , [or the men with tbe
L we're careless and in the gen-
,'i, winging a few men met
i ii knocks, Referee Tom
onlv penalized one man. Oal
',. Wesl End;, bul i he
I rinded oul a few more
without annoying the
Sump of i he woi k
fhe Reglnaa being the
m this respect,
played  Btroni
never equalized
cepl  in the first quar-
ore Btood one all for
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,,    ,rd   -ml  Smith   pi lyi i
an i the R ���-. Ina
with Pi ai ��� n and
L For the Wi  I
t.     |; and   McPhaden
inn  in   goal  did
me.   The teams:
eai s;   point, Pi ur-
���    Robertson;   defence
Mannerii      Fletcher and Turn-
zgerald;   home  flel 1,
I   and   Smith;   outside
inside.  Purdy,
lo il, D. !���'.. Munn; point,
��� i : point, I.. Greg ii j; di ���
ii   Galbralth   1-:.  Cooper.
centre,   ll.    Sangster;
i    Bartlett,  .1.   Burr,   R.
'.de, McPhaden; inside,
��� is wore their new sweat-
ted by A. ]���:. Kellington, for
time at this game,
in order to give the residents of
|Cloverdale and Langley Prairie an op-
' portunity oi attending the lacrosse
game al New Westminster on May
24, the B. t'. Electric railway lias
arranged to run an excursion from
Langley Prairie, leaving there at ten
o'clock, and starting i a the return
Journey from New Westminster at
5:30 p. in. This service will be handled by the construction train. The
action of the B C, Electric railway
will no doubl be much appreciated
by the residents of Langley and Cloverdale,
The pal ronu of I Ids excursion will
be the flrsl passengers to travel over
the  new   road  and   il   is  expected  that
the accom ood iti n w III be taxed to
the utmost. With all Sui rey pri sent
ami a couple thousand fans from
Vancouver, the New Westminster people will have to be early on the
ground If they wish to Becure a .ood
location,
The ground is in good ��� shape for
the name and hy Tuesday will no
doubt be still better, The men reallzi
that they have to travel to beal the
Vancouver organization and are practicing hard. The lasl practice wil
probably be on Saturday afternoon,
when all the available men will be
given a good workout and possibly
the team for the game will be chosen.
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��� 11,100   per   acre.     Terms   >;,   cash;   balance  in   6,   1
a    at 7 per cent.
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Leading Scientists
)R   LACROSSE   LADS   TO
I. lEET VANCOUVER ON   MAY 24.
���   following is the lineup of the
Inster     Junior     lacrosse     learn
will  uphold  the honor of this
a   tlie   preliminary   game  with
incouver High school at Queen's
before  the senior game on the
��� y-Fourth:
il.   c.   Feeney;    point,   Wilson
hi ll    coverpoli<t,   Leo  Gregory;
defence.   E,  Cooper;   Becond  de-
L.  Carroll;   third  defence,  ll.
.  center, K, McKenzie;  third
i.  Burr; second home, ,i. Glf-
rst   home.   i���   Sangster;   out-
Sclater;  inside   s.  Murray;
M. Sclater, R. Chambers,
boys intend to go right  after
e  and  a  good  brand of la-
promised,    The  game will
���   i ;30 p.  in.  so as  to finish
lhe seniors are rea ly to Btart.
B-lmorals   Executive   Meeting,
n.  Taylor,   M. P .   nresl 'ent   - f
ral baseball club, occupied
. t an executive meeting held
\ evening,   when   a   number
tti  -  affecting the Interests of
,-,-'. i- discussed,    \V. E. Sin-
elected captain of this yeai's
and   C.   Smith   and   Frank  Bilo-
��� e added to the executive.
���5ASEBALL
Thursday,   May   19.
National  League.
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LouIb   'J 9 1
1       ll         B        1 7 1
v ' ' innatl���                  R. H, E,
Jl           11       . 11 2
I' *   Vork     7 11 0
1A; CMi a ;0 - R, II. lv
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v Pittsburg���"                 It. H. lv
s,"ii  .,    6 12 2
fttsbtirg   3 4 o
American League.
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\' i'l lladelphia���              R. H. E,
1                             M ;i 0
'!i|i'"" Iphla  2 B 6
At Boston���                   ' it. ii. lv
^���"'cago    iCl 6 o
Boston        n g ,
Al   \ew   v���rk���                 U. 11. lv
J1 '   "land                            3 7 2
PVw Vork   ."...""., 4 in 2
Eastern   League.
t Rochester-                  R, :i. E.
"alt>more     t ., t
'"'ster   ...                          3 8 1
, Al  Buffalo-            R, h, lv
"s,'>' City ....                     o B 4
Bu(ta>o ::.:::::. 10 i
Northwestern   League.
v.',   Vancouver���                r. h. B,
x'"'couver                                         1 ���. n
Spokane        , !', ?
Se^8eeaUle-"*           H- H' *
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Standing  of Clubs.
Tacoma Won Lost Pct-
Vancouver'  ,5   ll     'B77
Seattle          "   12     '538
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... Games Today.
I, n^COuver-Spokane      game post-
Tac��ma at Seattle.
(Continued from Page 1)
the eastern sky today at a time when
the world's authorities bad agreed it
would be in the west.
Such astronomers as Prof. S. A.
Mitchell, of Columbia university. N'ew
York; Prof. Edwin B. Frost, head of
the Yerkes observatory sttaff, and
Prof. Edward Barnard, of the University of Chicago, all agree that the
light they saw in' the east was the
comet's tail.
No adequate explanation, however,
is forthcoming. All say that any of
the following explanations may ho
right:
Three   Hypotheses.
First���The curvatlon of the comet's
tall first discovered and noted by Prof.
Barnard on Tuesday night may have
developed to a wholly unexpected degree while the head of the comet has
pa   e I the eai th on schedule.
Second���Like Borellls' comet of
1903, llalhy's comet may have ceased
its tail-making activity, cutting off the
glowing fan that is now puzzling the
scientists.
It is possible thai all calculations
are wrong and that tlie comet has
nol   yet   passed  the earth.
As nearly as could he computed, the
period of the appearance of the comet's tail In the east extended from
10:30 o'clock Wednesday night to
3:20 o'clock this morning, it was st.ll
plainly visible at a time when the
astronomers were confident that the
earth would have passed completely
through   the  tail.
Alter leaving his telescope at day-
break. Pro.  Frost  issued the following
statement;
"Greater than all theories and computations the fact remains that the
tail of Halley's comet now appears in
the east in practically the same position as it appeared yesterday morning. There is no question about that.
The tall which glowed from the horizon close to the Milky Way from
before midnight until dawn has not
passed across the earth. That is a
certainty.
Tail   Not   Smaller.
"ln addition it is also certain that
there is no material diminution in the
size of the tail as compared with the
tall of the day before. We are confident that the calculations for the passage of the comet hetween the sun
and the earth are correct.
"We are also confident thai the
bead of the comet made the transit
���s per schedule, but tlle mystery of
the appearance of the tall in the east
this morning is the greal puzzle, it
cannot he explained satisfactorily at
this time." . ���i , ,,
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ithe   buyer.     S.   Fader.     Phone   712.
Dean   block,  opposite   Bank  of   Mon-
treal. **
Rev.  C. W. Brown, who has been
attending   the   Methodist   convention
j in Nelson, returned yesterday, accom-
j panted  by T,  It.  Pearson.    Rev.  Dr.
Sipprell and W. T. Reid are expected
home today.
As a token of respect
in memory of our late
King this store will be
closed all day
Tbo Northern Crown Bank beg to
announce that they will be open on
Saturday evenings from 7 till '.'
o'clock. **
The Fair
Contractors and
Mouse Builders
We have a iull   line   of   the   Best
Builders  Hardware in tke City.
Berore Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
A Seasonable Appetizing Lunch for
business men is provided at the
"Royal Cafe" at exceedingly reason-
aide pr . es Quick and lirst class service. Come and bring a friend. Main
floor Dominion Trust hlock. **
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EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
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ATiTino nonillnif Rffcetcta uud rtPscrlplliT* r.in^
3utckl. nsrortnln our oplnlou frt;. wh-ihc r ao
luTi-ntion l�� prohnti'.y patuitabta. A otnmupiof;
tlonsBtrloUyoonBdentfaU HANDBOOK on Patentl
lent tree, oldest agency forsoronn. patents.
Fntents tttUen tbrno. ta Munn * Co. recolve
iptcLol netlcr., without chnrso, lu tbo
A bandsomely illustrated woekly, ILirKtV., etc
puliiiiou of any srtcntltic journal. Terms tot
Canada, 18.76 a year, postaca prop.'d. Sold Uj
all ticwt-dealors.
llrancli Offlce. B.   F BU WaJb'njton. I j. C.
SentJOfl Approval /
To R .si'ONSim.a Pbopm.
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Noticed at Ottawa.
Ottawa, May l'.h���Although the night
was too cloudy for observations the
iiBtronoiners at the Dominion observatory last night were able to distinguish thn time at which the earth
entered the comet's tail and the time
i ,., paasnee was completed. Starting at 8:30 o'clock the earth entered
the tail of the comet, completing the
journej through at 12:30 this morning. All during this period of four
hours /disturbances were evidenced
on the delicate magnetic instruments.
As the earth entered the comet's
tall, the disturbances, which were
more or loss of an electrical nature.
������.,���-> rpvv sli"ht. but gradual!? increased ln volume and again diminished as the two bodies separated.
Nothing of a pheiiomentl nature occurred to mark the meeting of the
earth nnd the comet's tail. Dr. KlotZ,
assistant Dominion astronomer, and
Observer H. M. Motherwell were on
duty at the observatory.
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Apples
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Radishes
2 heads for 5c
Cherries
40c per Ib.
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2 bunches for 5c
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25c each
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3 lbs.  for  25c
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30c per dozen
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35c per dozen
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FRIDAY,   May
The Finest Flavoured Tea
"SALADA" is hill-grown tea���grown on plantations high up on the hills in the Island of Ceylon.
The leaf is small and tender with a rich, full flavour.
OLDEST THEOLOGICAL SIX   PRIESTS TO  BE CO Mi
STUDENT  GRADUATES BISHOPS^AT SAME TIML
New York. May 19.���The oldest the
ologlcal student ever graduated from
the Union Theological Seminary h re
Is the Rev. Horatune Jinlshian, who
has just received his diploma.
Mr. Jinishlan will be seventy years
old in a few months, llis wife ami
live children witnessed the graduation
exercises. He Is an Armenian and is
older than any of the professors who
taught him (luring his work in the
seminary, where he lias been a student for six years.
������is always  of  unvarying good quality.    Will you be content  with   common   tea   when   you   can  get "SALADA"?
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Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
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Cowan's Cake Icings
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THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
ONE WRONGFUL WORD
INVALIDATES   CHARGE
(" .(Ian 1, Ohio. May 19.���Because
i if ��� ie n i i d in a judge's charge ol
thirty-five i ai es, the < >hlo supremi
court yesterday ordered a new trial
in the celebrated Holden murder case.
Harry  I-:.  Holden was sentenced I
life   imprisonment   nineteen     months
;o  for  the  murdi r of  Bainey    an.!
Julius Jacobs, pawnbrokers.    He was
ed i i ha\ ing entei ed the J tei il
store, a ked  to be shown a gun and
ammunition   and  then  sl ting   both
li   il   with   tin ir     own
weapons.     I'i:-.   defence was   insanit;
and in his charge to the jury. Judge
I ���   ::������ ly,   of   I he   courl   of    common
pleas, said it was not enough thai the
insanit;   of  Hol-den  was  probable;
must be proved by a preponderance o
the ei Idem e. The bui  erne coun hold
th     use of the  word "probable" improper.
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St. Paul, May IlL-Aii extraordinary
i , emonj �� ill . ccur tomorrow nun u-
Ing in the chapel attached to the Catholic Theological Seminary, when six
ts ol tue ecclesiastical piw ince
of St. Paul will be consecrated lush
ops at the same altar, li will be the
hist Instance In the history of the
church in this country where a group
nf priests have been raised to the episcopal dignity before the same altar
and the similar occurrence of recoi ..I
within a Quarter of a century was
when Pius X. consecrated several
i :, ach bishops in St. Peter's, directly
afti r ibe sei:i: -1 '��� :i "' church and
state.
One of the six, Rev. Father John .1.
Law lor, will be auxiliary bishop of St.
Paul. The other nomini i s are the
mitred abbot, Right \ie\. \ incent
Whirle, who becomes bishop of Bismarck, N.D., Right Rev. Patrick Heff-
i on, named for i lie si e of Winona;
Rev. Timothj Corbett, named for
ston, .'Jinn.; H v. Joseph Bus-
ich, A'ho will be bishop of Lead, S.D.;
Ri .. Jam I I'Reilly, named for the
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OFFICERS   AND CREW
OBJECT   TO   NURSING
T ii oma,   May   '. D,    Monkej     i
I    i ' -  ������:���', i ,i    anl
I  thi   deck of the  Blue  Funnel
! - i ���  Keei tun, v hich rei   hi d poi t yes
��� y, enlivi ned  the passage of the
officers and crew  oi  the ship on  the
voyage from Yokohama to Victoria.
Officers and crew of the ship unite
In om- vioh ni proti sl against their
��� < ompelled to act as nurses of
wild animals on another trip. The
consignment of the animals was made
by c. French, an animal dealer ol
Victoria.
Twenty of the Blxty-flve monkeys,
shipped died en route, all of them suffering  .really  from si aslukm
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lots 29 and 30, Hlock K. St. Andrew's Square, Map 165, New Westminster City.
Whereas proof of the loss oi Certificate of Title Number 1726 P, Issued
i,, tlie name of Aulay Morrison, has
been tiled In this office.
Notice is hereby given thai I shall,
at the expiration ol one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New W< stmlnster, issue
a duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in ilu- meantime valid objection ,
be made to me in writing.
C. s.  KEITH,
Disti Id Ri Istrai of Titles.
Registrj Offii e, Ni �� Westmln-
er,  B.C., May 6, 1910.
BUSINESS
OK    TRADE-NEtt
iOARD
minster Hoard of Tra i. ,
hoard  room   Citv  Hmi     et9
Third Thursday   of ���  �� as ,c
quarterly    meeting   n��� *?. mo.
Thursday of February M.e  !
and Novemner   m ��    '   ���'. h
pm
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meeanBs on _the"i Th
mber. at   .
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N'ev
February.    New   mmt;^m
proposed and ell i s "%_
ly or   quarterly J
Stuart-Wad.-, seci  ��� 0.
PRINTERS.
Land
WESTMINSTER PH
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SEATTLE
RATES:
Room   $1   pir   day   up.
Room   and   board  $2.50   per  day up.
Room   with   bath  52.50 per  day   up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
All lutside rooms, with hot and cold
water, steam heat, long distance telephone, '3ns meets all trains and boats
The Daily News will be Kept on file
In our reading room.
nART.WON  aii.Pi^wT   Mr
HAMILTON  WOULD  FLY  TO
NEW  YORK   FROM   ALBANY
New   York.    May   19.���Charles    K.
:  nillton   will     ttei pi   an   aeroplane
flight   from  Albany  to  Ni w   York,  to
win the $10, ��� prize offered bj  The
New York World, during the week of
June 6,
nllton made two brief flights al
Mineola, L.I., last nighl in what he
described as the highest wind In
which an aviator ever has attempted
to fly.
h CANADIAN PACIFIC
6��|p..C.totSS. Sailings
Princess   Chai lotte   leaves   Vani
ver at 10 a. m. daily except Wi
day ior Yictni ia.
I'i incei 9 Royal daily at 1:   ��� : . l
Princess   Victoria,   10   p.   i
excepl Mmi laj. direi' for Se ttle.
ss.   .loan   li avi s   Vam ouvei   ul   2
p. m. daily i xci pi Sundaj foi Nai
ss.   Queen   City   li ivi     Van -
Monda5 s  at   5  p   11.  for   i nl >n  ��� nd
Comox.
ss. Princess May leaves Vancouver
at 11 p. m. May I, ! I and 2 I, and ���   -
ten daj s thereafti i
ss. Beaver li .--. i a New A'.'-   tn  ���
i ���   8 a. in.  Monda) s, Wi   nesd
Fridays    for    Chilliwack;     11 turning
loa\es Chilliwack al T a, m. Tu
Thurs!..;. a  and   Saturdays.
U HI I'ESIDE &   EDMONDS
i ts    and    i ,.'i
Tin I  Block,  i
Westmlnsl    .    w,
L. Edmou Is.
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WADE, VVHEALLEH
MARTIN    Ba
��� minster
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Our Clothes for MEN and
YOUNG MEN have established themselves firmly in popular favor, simply because they are the
clothes that most fittingly
represent what good dressers want and expect.
We ask you simply to let
your OWN eyes judge ���
to compare these Clothes
vi ith the ones you though:
were best
Twc-piece Salts, $10.00, $12.00
$15.G0 to $20.00
Three-piece Suits, $10.00, $18.
to $35.00
DINERS   FLEE   FROM   FIRE
WITHOUT   PAYING   BILLS
���������*&��&��� ���.:.���
Hnttie Hellen  with  the  Juvenile  Bostonians at  Opera   House  May 24.
Chicago, May 19.���One hundred or
more diners ln a cafti at Wabash
avenue and Lake Btreel rushed out to
the street last night without paying
their bills when a Are started in the
floor above.
.More loss was Buffered by the restaurant proprietor than by the concern In whose establishment the fire
started.
riio proprietor of the eafe estimates
his loss at   $200.
"All I get out of it," ho Said, "is
half a dozen umbrellas, two pairs of
woi ��� n's ovi rshoes and a man's cravenette." .   ..    .
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upnver   Landings
The   New  Sternwhee er
S. S.  PAYSTREAK
Leaves  Brackman-Ki i
pany's whai f, aster, with
passi ��� ��� ���        nd fn      t as follow
Leavi     ftw ' i I   ���
Thui Bdaj and E a  m.
Leaves  Chilliwack   V. ��� r. Fid
day am! Sunday al . a   m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO.. Ltd.
Ne-v  Westminster,
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUM
il. .1.  A.  BURNE1 .    \
Accountant     T< i
Westminster Tru
i.  T.  PRINCE,    Al
ci   atant      Audil        de,
organized.    Ageni J
Co.     Room   9,   Wi   I    nster
I'.  O.   I
STENOGRAPHY    &.    TYPFWRitJ
FREEMAN     BUNT1
tl   Bh i k.   I' i
��� roM      STENO 1 i    M
'I j pew r.tin. ;   cop} 1
litt- rs,   etc      Pi ���   oifttj
in sip-, t.     PI
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���ho
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE.  SHILES .-.
leal  Esl it'-  and  In .--.���
City,  farm  and
���   ���    nd 7!''. Columhla St.
The House of Elegance
601 Columbia St   New Westminster
Ti nders   addi essed   to  the    under-
sigm ! al < Ittawa In a ah d envi lopes
and marked on i he i ti i elopes "Tei
for gasoline launch fi . the Quarantine
;-  rvice."  will  be  i      up I
Isl   June  for  the  i i    i n   of  a
h for the Quarantin i
Bi i e al I'i ince Rupei t. Bi n lsh Co
lumbia, of the following leading di-
mem Ions, viz:���
Li :r th ovi i- all   50 fi et.
Beam exti erne    Ll f
l )-|i h amidships, moulded, ". feet,
to  be  delh ei i d  at   Victoi ia,  iu    the
Province of I!; Itish Columbia.
Specifications of this launch may-
he procured upon application to the
Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, or
to the Superintendent of Quarantines
at William Head, British Columbia, up
to the  Kali  May,  1910.
The contract to Include installation
of engine, tlie property of the Department, now at  Victoria, B.C.
Each tender musl be accompanii d
by an accepted cheque equal to ten
per cent of the whole amount of the
tender, which cheque will be forfeited
If the Individual or company sen-ding II
declines to enter into a contract with
the Department or rails to complete
tbe  launch.
The Department does not, bind It-
self to accept the lowest or any tender.
Newspapers copying this advertisement without authority from the Department will no: be paid.
A. L. JARV1S,
Assistant  Deputy Minister, and
Secretary of Agiiculture
Ottawa, May 3, 1910.
WAfuR NOTICE
Notice Is hrreby gM t��n that an application will te urine under Part V. of
the "Water Act. 1 ;#������!��." to obtain a license in the South Westminster Dlvl-
sion of Xew Westminster District.
ia) The name, address and occupa-
|tion of the applicant: J. E. Murphy,
occupation, dairying and farming,
(hi The name of llie lake, sti earn
or .source (if unnamed, the description isi: Spring on Lot 11, Block 2,
Subdivision of Lot   30.
(c) The point of diversion: At the
Bprlng.
id) The quantity of water applied
for (in cubic f< et per second): One-
ei? hth   cubic   foot.
(e)    The character of the proposed
pipe  from
~m
BETTER GRADES OF BEEF
TAKE   DROP   IN  CHICAGO
Chicago, May 19.���A reduction of
one-balf cent a pound was ma le In
the price of better grades of dressed
beef cuts yesterday, while cheaper
grades remained the same.
Packers said that since the public
has awakened to the fact Hun plates,
chucks and rounds are as nutritious as
beef loins and ribs, even though their
cost is much lower, the demand tortile cheap cuts has doubled, Consequently, they say, they were compelled to reduce the cost of ribs and loins
in order to equalize the demand for
the expensive parts.
The latest reduction brought number one ribs to M 1-2 cents an I number one loins to 18 cents, as compared
with IT l-i' and 22 cents in January.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S,  LAURENTIC���
Triple   screw,   14.900  tons.
S.S.  MEGANTIC���
Twin screw, 14.900 tons. The
largest and most modern. Ac
commodfition equal to any cross
ing  the  Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
i. '>1A IN, LADIES' AN |
lorln      A new Urn
Ing jusi In.    Button
���������      nd n pali lni ... - "���
block,    Ent i anc< b i
and -      ���     ���      n st
��� in i ii "i
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS
ROYAL   ClTY^CHEMli I
ers and dyers, 346 Co
phone  Hits.   The ; (
dill   ,m 1   dlHt   Is   re:: I
tihrf���not  pressed  In.    G
for and delivered.
WATTERSON EXPOUNDS
NEWSPAPER DOCTRINE
Toronto, May 19.���Henry Watterson
editor of the Louisville Courier-Journal, addressed the Canadian Press association today upon the changing eon.
ditions in the newspaper profession.
Answering questions put to hi n, h ���
said thai newspapers were losing the
affection Of the people because of
some of tin ir methods, 1 le characterized as brutal the publicity given
by some newspapers to the private af
fairs of a certain Washington young
lady and an Italian prince presumably Miss Biking and lhe Duke of lhe
Abruzzi.
"There is more written aad said.
and less thought," said Mr. Waller-
son, "aboui the profession of journalism In which we are engaged, and to
which we have dedicated our lives.
than about any other topic of familiar
discussion."
Btimates Given.
Phone 567,
LIVERY   STABLE.
KLNU   1 f    _:,u    t'lilt    1! U'KS
smart  turnout    The  Fashion -*\
blea.
J.
M0ME 8 SONS
FISH    AND   GAME.
l)|-..N.Si_S    Ac   AVLl.NU.   b'iSH    i-   I
(lame. Vegetables, etc.  Di an ���'""-
next to Hank of Montreal.
FURNITURE
c.     , .M.l-.ri.     I'll!',    KI  "v"
Healer, Uphol .terer and Undei
PAINTERS.   PAP.R HANGERS   AND
DECORATORS. H	
��� ll Si-.'1- nvennp  between R^cond av  :    corner Agnes and McKenzl
enue and Third streets. Phone 176. night rail 81
MEW  WESTMINSTER
II. C.
NOTICE!
Until further notice this
bank will be open
SATURDAY EVENINGS
from seven to nine o'clock.
CADINET   MAKING.
'.     V.     l.l-.U "J'lIVS a ill-:.     I Al
maker and  upholsterer,  i--- l
son   street    (behln I    il��:l ���''
till t'J.
on  fin nltuie  iii  Iii   and " lv
I    I'm nltuie  made an I   re|
si
WOODWORKING
WESTMINSTER       \\ OOUW OH'
Co.,  bank, qftice and stoic "'ll''-^|
ADVERTISE   IN  THE   NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS
which   the
Dwellings,
works:   Tank   a!   spriflg,
tank' to dwellings.
(g)    The   purposes   for
w:iier   is   to     be     used:
dairying and stock.       ^L^^^^_^_
(k) This notice was posted on the
30th day of April, 1910, iind application will be made to the commissioner
on the 31st day of May, 1910,
(I) Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely
to be affected by the proposed works,
either ubove or below the outlet:
None. J. B. MURPHY.
New Westminster.
SPOKANE   CHAMPFH  O"
COMMERCE   IN  TROUBLE
Spokane, May 19.���Liquor threatens
io disrupt the Spokane Chamber of
Commerce. In connection with a new
commercial club organized as an auxiliary to (he chamber, a bar is proposed In the club rooms. Prominent
members of the club are up in arms
over the proposition, declaring that
the big commercial body cannot afford
to go into the saloon business. Three
floors to be added to the Hutton building, the present home of the chamber
of commerce, were all bul rented by
the organization when ll was discovered by the proprietor thai a bar'was
to be Installed. The deal was Immediately called off.
Then the organization look up the
proposition of renting three floors of
the new Williamson Building, but active members protested so strongly at
a meeting of the chamber held Tuesday tbat the whole mai ier will be
reconsidered by the board of trustees.
j    lioyal Bank of Canada
New Westminster.
F. Shute, Mgr.
cabinet,   stair,     showcases,
and detail work.    Designs a
mates furnished,    J, Brook
prlctor. Work*: Corner 1
nnd car line. P. O. box H"1
473.
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LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
He Lots number ii and IB, Block
-I, New Westminster suburbs.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of Tide Number 6692.A, Issued
in the name of Eustace Alvauley Jenns I
has been  filed  In  (his ollice.
Notice is hereby given dial I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the (late of the first publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, Issue a dup.
lb-ale of the said certificate, unless In
the meantime valid objection be made
to me in writing.
C S. KEITH,
District Registrar or Titles.
Land  Registry Office,  New  Wesl minster, B.C., May 12, 11110.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE vvuli'.t!
Limited.  Front  strtvt.    New  *'
minster.     Manufacturers ol i"��   v
saw  und    shingle    mill  '"���"','1"'re!
Mill  plants and specifications i
pared.
A||Nli-
uM
PAPER   HANGING &  DECOR
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ii^'.
Mouldings, Burlaps, and SB rt
bouse fainting, kalsomlning, M^
hanging    and    decorating.
street,  New  Westminster
M
ONUMENTAL WORK^
IJ.  C.  MONUMENTAL WORKS. J
McKay, manufacturer and ""',,,
of monumental tombstones, DU   (,,
stone, etc.    Satisfaction guars ���
Columbia street, New Westnu - I
���f
]
1
I
FRIDAY,   MAY  20,   1910.
"lANd" REGISTRY ACT.
. ,;,.��� ftn application lias
1 .���  register  Duncan Bell
,wner in tee simple, undei
,���., ,1 from E. A. Wilmot,
dyki b, to   Duncan   Bell
THE DA1LV  NEWS.
PACE SEVEN.
iii
,, owner in
"date  Hie   13th   day   of
0f  nil  iind  singular
ircel   or   tract   oi   land
V.U.,   ; '"'
pai
ituate, lymg and belnj,
of New  Westminster,
,. (;i  itiiiisli Columbia,
V/ATER NOTICE.
* , iv known and dei ci lb
., ies ef the Bouthi
���tion   18,  Township   ;;,
,   of 6th Meridian.
,   claiming through or
!   all  pei sons  claiming
tin   said lam! by virtu -
��� aWf* ii ied instrument, and
: ,,m mg any  interest   In
\.y i|!-!i out, whose title
,ed  a ier the provisions
g!. try Act," an- requir-
i .. .- ,, ro of the tax pur-
, irty Hv . days trom the
���   pub! cation   of  ibis
and in default of a
IA  ,-e  ot  .".a   pendens
i     ,  in sue i ] eriod, or In
lion ' i i->r ��� i' ?lstra-
i:' you wi'.' be for-
- i , bai i,. -i om    i t-
i to o   iii' spec! of
n i   I   Bhfl        ri   Istei
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made undei- Part V.
of the "Waier Act, L909," to obti .
license in the Westminster Division ol  i
New Wi stminster District.
i a i Tin- name, addi ess and occupa
tion of the applicant:    Fredei L
Smith, residing at South Westmli    - r,
P, o. address, New Westminster, B. C,
daii > man.
tb) The name of the lake, stream or
source iii unnamed, the   di
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Notice  to  Contractors.
are ri     Ired foi   the  lay-
' : of cement      ��� walks
nth  A\ .   .   i i m   Stre t,
'���' '! ' v-' ' '��������� e, .-,11 li tween Tenth and
London Stn et, Edinburgh Street, Dublin ! I Si .ea:. Ave iue an l
Twell li stn also Tenth Stree be
th aad 'l'en:!> Avenues. Plans
seen   and   s] ei Ificati ms   ob-
PENITENT PRIEST SPENDS
12 MONTHS EN ROCK PILE
James    Ambrose Ryan, Unfrocked for
Marrying,   Will   Try  to  Regain
Standing  In  Church.
Is):   an  unnamed  spring,   Bituat    oi talned from the City Engineer.
Subdivision 12 of Block 2, Sect! rhe lowest  or any tender not nee-
Block 5,  Ntrth  Range 2, west, X, ;iv accepted, and anv tender ac-
Wi stmlnste' Dist.ict.
(c) The  point of diversion:   Al of the Local improvement  Bylaw
Ogdi   .   Qtal ,,    May    10- "Twelve
n tbe rock , lie," is the way
Jan \ ; bi ose    Ryan,    unfrocked
' epled to be condi ional upon tin- pass-  ,.,, ,   ��� ,   ,
.        ,.   ,     ,       ,  , ,,',        Ca       c   priest,   who   i < nounced   his
the centre ol i aid Suddivision 12
lowned by .1. E. Murphy).
id)   The   quantity   of   water   applied
tor (in cubic fi et | er i econd i: One-
slxtleth (1-G0),
iei The character of the proposed
works: A pri ati waterv oiks bj tem
through a 1-lncb pi ie i i led tro said
Subdivision 1��. u . <-, ��� ci nt's propei tj.
which ad |o :���.
iii The prei i - 3 on which the water is io i .i Je ci Ibe same):
Subdivisions 5 I Block 2, Si c-
tlon 3i 5, North Range 2, west.
Jew Wi             i    '    ti let,
(g) The  ] for   which    t he
Tenders to be accompanied by a
iked cheque for five per ci nt. of
the amount of 'i'< nder an l ma
"i ender tor Sidewalks," and dtlh ���'.
to the undersigned ir>' lati r than 5
o'clock on May 23, 1910.
W. A, DUNCAN, City Clerk.
WATER  NOTICE.
water is io be used:   Eor agi icultural
aa owner  thereol , dali j lni   and
I v O'-l ���   that ] ub-1    (k) Thl * notli e
Notice is h irebj given thi I an i - I
(aiion w"l be made uiidci Part V. of
ib-- '-Water Act. ;���"'.<.' to obtain a li-
cen In the South Westminster Division of New Westminster District.
i a i    Tbe name, addi ess and  i icupa
Hon of ihe applicant:  .1.  E.  Murphy,
posted on the occupation, dairying and farmii
vo bacy to ei pouse an Oi di n
e girl at 1 envei. moi e than a
, ibes the pi nance he inti i     ffer in ordi r to-regaln his
in the   church.    This    was
Rj emi al  la I  night.
He  has  been  released  on  ball  from
thi ia i.  where  he  was  pla ed
ay afti r engaging in a  fisl   fight
iei  ol  his wife.
1 le has . tnploj < d an attoi nej to de-
fei l cu        i hai ge oi i e ic ��� dis-
l
40,000  PER  CENT  SALARY
INCREASE   FOR  THIS MAN
coiwn
i   thl 2nd day of M ���   I application      (b)    The name of the laki
pibllshed in New  \ iii be made to the Commissioner on|or some"   (if  unnamed,  thi
i    l and suffli    the fith day of June, 1910, al 2:30 p.m.
(1)    i.:      tin   i -    ea and add ,
Registry Office, of any riparian proprietors or llcei    ���
i   ;ue  British   who or who   ��� I  tid* are likely to be
April, A,  ii   i   ted ty  tbe ]   oi osed works, either
bove or 1   I ��� ��� the outh t: None.
V. W. SMITHj
B ix 53G, New Westminster, P.. C.
. KEITH,
tricl  Rei
���a  Lo n .    .
.   Ltd,
man; .1. W. 11  w
T   H
IT  PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
E DAILY NEWS
^ir_j
���
I
.������������\.
���'....'-.. '���   :
.        Ba
mo e at tr i itlve trip
Lawrence up to His-
Next Empress Balls
For ie.-ei v atlons and
ED.  QOULET,
C.P.R. Agent.
Westminster
ansfer Co.
I'houp   18a.      n.-irn   Thuue 137
Columbia  Street-
ige    delivered    promptly    to
any  part of tbe city.
p and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
YEE KEE & CO.:
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and  Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block       P. O. Box 644
Ni '������    York.    May   19.���Horace  W,
La i     idgi ound, L.I., county seal-
er  ol and   measures   I
joleli ������ to 1 iy in the receipt of a 40 '   0
per i ���   in salary,
;      ' ���     '''���'   >'" Block 2>      Cnti ' the   daj the mosl in r-
���      ��� a of Lot 30, tant thlng  about   !. n 'i   |ob was its
l:,,ip   rhe poinl ol -    ���       a: At the tit]e    The ���,., Bnancia] reBuit  Blnce
"1"''1;;- ,                , he tool   offl ������ haa averaged onlj   $3
id)    rhe quantity of water applb 1 ,���..   , u  undei thl   fe,       tem.   This
for  nn cubic feel per second):  one- week a  ftxed Baiary 01- t1|2oo a year
el hth cubic foot,                               V,.���   ol .\
(o)    The ch&tacUY of the proposed .
works;   Tank   al   Bprlng,   pipe   from impurity WORSE THAN
tank to dwellings, drink,  SAYS  BISHOP
(g)    The   purposes  tor   which   the; ,	
Is   to    be    used:     Dwellings, p . ���:,n,i.   Me.,    Mav   19.���Impurity
dairying  and  stock. |   not  drunkenness,  should  lie  reiki    Tins notice wns posted on the garded as the chief object of church
50th day of April,  1910, and applica- attacks according   to   Bishop   Robert
ion will be made to the comrtli88ioner Codman  of the  Episcopal diocese of
on the 31st day of May. 1910. Maine.   In a report on diocesan work
ill    Give the names and addresses Bishop  Codman  says  that   since    be
of any riparian proprietors or llcena- came to Maine he often lias been in-
ees   who   or   whose   lands   are  likely vited to  speak  on    the    temperance
to be affected by the proposed works, question,  but his  answer  was    that
js>li$',;?%W'
SUPERB, SPECTACULAR, ORIGINAL CIRCUS-GOO PEOPLE-
453 ANIMALS-$25,000 ARMOUR PRIZE SIX-HORSE TEAM
AT   10:30   O'CLOCK   EACH
ii*\ r��\ rj\
MORNING
either   above  c
None.
h'dow    the    outlet:
J. B. MURPHY,
Xew Westminster.
1
April   30,  1910.
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone  105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front  St., Foot of Sixth.
dreadful   as   drunkenness   was.   there
was a far more important fight to be |
made in the state of Maine, and that j
was the fight against impurity.
"The    Anglo-Saxons    always    have
been addicted to drink more or less," I
he continued, "but drink has not kill- -
ed the Anglo- Saxon  race.    Impurity,
however, will destroy the nation."
NEW   YORK   HALF-BREED
CHINESE' GIRL  MARRIES
3GQBLE HE&D OF flJAHT PERFQ3G3IHQ ELEPHANTS
WHOLE   EARTH'S    ARENSC   MARVELS
THE FINEST HORSES IR m WORLD
ENORMOUS SIZE-SPLENDID QUALITY
30-AMERICA'S MOST COMICAL CLOWNS--30
QiSKti&iriON Of th& AMUSEMENT WORLD
UNSURPASSED in MAGNITUDE and MERIT
Two Complete  PERFORMANCES  DAILY
RA3N OR SHINE, AT 2 AND 8 P. M. TF^JJ
Doors Open One Hour Earlier, Admitting of a Visit to the Big  &_%g |J
SELLS-FLOTO will Appear on Day and Date Advertised
SfUHYGiRGUS TRUST
New Vork. May 10.���Miss Hilda. S.
Singleton, daughter of John M. Singleton, a wealthy Chinaman of tltis
city, was married yesterday to John
A.  Petry, ad American, of Rockvllle
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COME  AROUND"
tn our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be glad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal in your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone Is in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 16.
Coal procured here is crackajack coal, however secured.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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iT0REbBmcE FITTINGS 1
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR  RAIL-
INGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
N WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
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LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
I has been made to register tbe Corpor-
atlon of the Township or District of
but iey as the owner in fee simple, un-!Center, L.I., at the country home of
|d��r ;i Tf.x ^ale Deed from the Reeve jfter parents oti I^ong Islar_i.
and  (.'.ink of the Corporation ot the    'The bride, whose mother Is an Am--
lloiir.ttip or District of Surrey to the   (OPfcan  woman,   is  a  college  graduate
Corpii.ax'ci   of the Township or Dis-  and an accomplished musician.
trict of Surrey, bearing dates of the	
21st day of October, A.D.. 1905 and; Bellingham to Wake Police Changes.
31st day of Decemlier. A.D.. L901, of Btellfngham, May 19.���Coincident to
all and singular that certain parcel the reorganization' of the local police
or tract of land ami premises situate department, three new sergeants relying and being in tbe Biafirict of New centl_�� appointed hy the mayor will
Westminster, in the Province of Viiit-  take  up  their duties next  Thursday.
\i~\ Columbia, more particularly known : After' r.hrr.t   date  the department   vill
land described as:    Lot 1 in so&dhi- be beaded  by the chief, one captain
sion 2t of block 1 of section 30, block   and  three sergeants.    Heretofore tbe
I 5  north,  range 2  west;   lots 8  to  IT.'chief and three captains with  no ser-
Inclustve, of subdivision 23 of session  geants have managed the department.
16,  block a, norih range 2 west;  !<ats \ ���
15 to 21, inclusive, block 1+ of souMi- , Fish Probe at Frisco.
east quarter section 1, township 9; , San Francisco. May lib���District Allots 5,6, and 7. iu subdivision -3 of torney Charles M. Fickert. who began
section 16, block 5, north range t, an investigation of the fish Industry
west; lots 22 and 23, in subdivision before the grand jury in this city-
2'i of section 16, block a. noruli rangii' several days ago. continued bis in-
2. wesl; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, li, 7, S. IB, quiry yesterday. Twelve witnesses,
12, block 4 of lot 387A, group 2; lbta all of them deivlers in fish, were call-
2 to C> 4netusive. block 14 of southt-jed upon to testify. Witnesses testl-
east quarter section 4, township 9; tied that ln many instances the re-
lot 5, block 3 of lot 3S7A, group 2: tailers were unable to purchase stip-
lot 38, block 2 ot lot 3S7A. group 2: plies for their dttily stock owing to the
lots 21, 22, block 3 ot southeast quart- discrimination' shown by certain
er section 4, townsliip 9; lots IS, lib ' wholesalers.
block  2 of southeast  quarter section ���' ������	
4,   township   9;   lot   --,   biock   16   of | Preachers Ask Raise.
southeast quarter section 4. township; Philadelphia. May ID.���Applications
9, map aWtf, lot 23, block lfi of south-! ft-om nearly 3001 ministers asking for
east quarter section 4 township 9. i increases in salary were taken under
You and those claiming through or | consideration by the Bonrd of Home
under you and all persons claiming Missions of the- United Presbyterian
any interest in the said land by vir- i aft arch, which convened for its an-
tue of any unregistered instrument, ' p^i meeting in this city today. In
and all persons claiming any interest ' their requests for more pay the ininis-
in the said land by descent, whose ', tPrs declare that their present sal-
title is not registered under the pro- aies are InauflTcfent In view of the
visions of the "Land Registry Act." ftfph prices of evrmoditics and the in-
are required to contest the claim of   creased cost of riving.
the   tax   purchaser   within   forty-five 	
davs  from  the day  of  the  first  pub.
Burnaby Home Sites
NEW   SUBDIVISIONS.
EDMONDS���35 lots���each one-fifth of an acre; some quite cleared;
close to Edmonds Station; electric light, telephone, water system, good road.    Price ?4j0 upwards;  one-third cash.
EDMONDS���Desirable   residences; one minutes from station.
No.  1  is on one-fifth acre  in cultivation; 8 rooms.    Bargain, for
$l!.2O0.
No.   2���5   rooms  on   fifi   foot     lot:   in   cultivation.     $2,100;    one-
third cash in eacli  case.
CUMBERLAND ROAD���Thirty.six lots', one-fifth of an acre each.
$:'.oo and upwards.    First class soil.
BURR'S   ROAD���Lake   District.   Fifty-four lots:  nearly quarter of an
acre each.    From  $350  upwards.   One-third cash.
APPLY FOR  PRINTED SHEET FOR FULL  PARTICULARS.
WALKER BROTHERS
Edmonds Station - - Phone 418
and
, ua.Vj|
Utunpi
,. nn >'i! I
and '""'
lies, l"*|
Elevcntil
wukk*
PHONE 473
J. BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner Eleventh  and Carline.
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u-iiniery.
m-t I*
eef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
I licat ion of this notice upon you,
iin   default, of a caveat   or  certificate
AIof lis pendens being filed within such
��� {period,  or  In   default   of  redemption
it before registration,  you  and  each  of.
��� you will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to
or in respect ol the said land, and I.
shall register Tbe Corporation of the
Townsliip   or   District   of   Surrey   as
i owner thereof in fee. And 1 hereby
'order that publication of this nuta-
i for thirty days in a daily newspaper
i published   in   New   Westminster   will
be uood and sufficient service thereof.
I     Dated at the Land Registry Office, I
', New Westminster, Province of Bi-Uish
Columbia, this 29th day of March, A. ,
Id., ikio.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar,
I To David MUlor. William A. MeCal- |
lam, Angus Mclnnes, T. Q, Stark. NVil- ;
Ham Davis, Henry Fraser, Henry
Kells. Harold Ponsford, Allen Spiers,
George Stone. Robert Lyness, Margaret. O. Cooper. John Roberts, Richard
llosking, Hugh T. Crossloy, John E.
Hunter.
MILLIONAIRE  ENLISTS
IN   SENATORIAL   PROBE
Chicago, May 19.���Col. Ira Copley,
Billionaire gas magnate of Aurora, lib.
Willed unon Sttrte Attorney Wayman
Hero today unit offered to contribute
a large sum of money to assist MV.
Wayman to carry on tbe investigation
ot the election or William Lorimer toi
the United States senate. Col. Copley
went to the criminal court building, j
accompanied by Attorney Alschutet,
of Aurora, and Attorney Frank It.
Reid, representing Michael S. Link.
They beld a tong conference with Mr.
Wayman.
Maybe You Have
Noticed
That we are offering some Cheap
Buys in Sapperton
We have Lots on Buchanan street,
Hospital street, and Blair Avenue.
From $425.00 to $525.00 and only
$25.00 to handle them.
Also a Splendid Corner on Brunette St.
66ft. Lot with 6 room house (2 yrs. old)
Price is Low, Terms Easy.
WOMEN   ARE   BAPTIZED
IN  ICE-COLD CREEK
S.
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mportM
im li"1'
rani'"1'
minster.
Bums &
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E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645 COLUMBIA STREET.
Dayton. Wash..   May 19.���Although
lt was snowing ten miles east of here
yesterday   and   frosts   were   recorded
"tlie night before, these conditions did
not  prevent  five young  women  from
walking stolidly into tbe ice-cold wa-
_____________^__-���-_<-..mmmm   '^vs   of   '^   Touchet   river,   sliouliler
g������ ��� '       '  deep, to be baptized.
FORMER HAWAIIAN QUEEN In the presence of several hundred
LOSES $450,000 CLAIM   churchmen gathered on the banks of
  the stream the brave converts were
Washington, May 21.���Llluokalant, dipped deneath the snow laden waters,
former queen of Hawaii, has again nor gave one sign of physical diseom-
niet defeat in her effort to obtain fort beyond suppressed gasps. It was
, $450,000, or the rentals from the the first public open-air baptism Wit-
I  crown lands In  Hawaii, nessed here for years.
The court of claims has just decided      The river Is fed from snow bands
that these lands belonged to tho gov- at this season.    Strong arms met the
rnuient of Hawaii and that the queen   shivering young people on the banks
The Craig Realty Co
Room  8,  Thomson   Block.
New Westmister, B. C.
Phone  629
At Kirk's Hardware
had no personal claim on thoni.
and hurried them to places of warmth.
You can get Hammocks and Refrigerators, Screen Doors and Screen
Windows, Lawn Mowers and Sprinklers, Sreen Wire Enamelled, Rubber
Hose and Cotton Hose.
Sherwin-Williams  Paints.
"Ladies' Aid"  Range.
T. KIRK
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,   MAY  20
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th(   jail With  -.:: forn s
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The Westminster Modern
Business School
A business eda - -
i     sed once;
i ��d in the branches
u us<.': In I '���    :���  i..  ' tsiness
life, and      .. i   nimui       -     N
do  our   students  get  the   best
t als       e bei   Bts of out
efforts  in  securing  | >sitions.
REMEMBER. WE  ARE  OPEN  FOR
DAY SESSIONS THE EN TIRE YEAR.
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will ] re you s        good
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annual to Queens
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610   Coiumb a   St Principa .
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watches lor Ladles trom |��JJ
up.
s::vcr Watches, gents' open m��
|6.oc.
a rer Watches, gents' open ease
|7.50  up.
Acent for Waltham *nd Klgii
Watch s.
F.  CRAKE
Two Doors from Of.-  Adams' Grocery
The   Oth 11   T Ag ncy   at
' li    C    imbla  stre<       - .
asked        stenog -    \    .
e Oliver at J
ents a day pays for i S<
San Is and ask     m \    tell you
      .:  it. **
G) an te   L  ig*   N'o    l< .   K: lg] ts   i (
I'.       is. elect its - I  -  i  -.
i g  :<?: m  c i   T   urs laj   -
v        �����   ml uns,   I ..'..:. f   and
y.: Is of Spi Ing :���- I        I   ints \
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'.:'  ���  -       art   fort; a  Xew
- ������-..: t i a sum-
amp site the; an i
this   week as '
?       5 ..   . fertng
lots al -    R     :        from $225 to
JS50 a terms       ,1
 ts e   in   :. ir   I ...:--��� earl     i..; ���
rhe am le  of the
���-.-   .     s ol  Pythias
will   ti .-.   | a e on   Sunday  evening.
whoa i      i ers of            ier will
issi           . C -          ill   and   i
to S    5t< n's Presbyl    la      hurcb,
Rev. Dr.   T. Wardlaw   Taylor
will preach.
>t game oi
ers��� I mon
Willi        ' : ge,
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Hotel
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ts  foi - ivei
will appi ��� May 2-1 un-
Post Ni    1, Native �� i
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re going I Ma
Secure you
tbey are all gon ���*
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t cool place to ha vi
Ice Cn .���'..       .'.       .
ished F      - In     St
your   waj    down   town   I
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r      call letter and stam]   * i
at   tl e   city  post t
twelve I      ' this
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lay.
A payment   f $25 procures a lot ln
South  Westn  asi      :      ...       Bros
cc  Ke:   -        Ltd     Thes    lots a
gx< it it ...:..-- "
S      Fal< s for Bed Lounges
������������'..   -'-   . -   |   .    s cheaper i    :.
eapest * *
Bohemian Cafe
ALL TRIMMED HATS
On Tlie Tatle
AT REDUCED PRICES
not yet  ] I  ���  .
.. nd stylish hats as are to be i nery   t and   I
s takes ' Our millini
'   ���    ei
lai  styles
White  and
Colored
Wasn Skirts
;    :   Each,
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skirts.     Made   ii
e    ���     styles 1
styles
.   -
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Unequalea
Values in White
Skirt Waists
$1 :: Each.
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|y tallon I
:' .'      ..'���   put
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al   each I
A Timely C
mg of Spri
Dress Fa Lr
50c   pe--   ���
puns      r
1  to I
All wool
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Xew SKowme oi Lisle Gloves
35-. 50c and G 3c per Pair.
L delayed s menl :   -       -   -       -
tage o f t .' ���    -     ���                    '                       -
5 no  little Inconvei
innounce t customers
ilues.   Colors na tan. grey,                                      ite a
Siies lo 7 Vi: outs         lack  7  to 8 4      Special s
.. this    -
Small   Childrei
A
prons
25:    E i.
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P. R. Stat r-.
STORAGE
HERBERT  P. VIDAL
Sn nsro
Market oquai
PHONE -":
Simmsrs' "Toronto Parks"
Lawn Grass
Seed
is the 3es:. WThat
is the sr::sr :: sowing inferior see.:
We ; re tect our cus-
:. mers by destroying all old seed.
Spectacles 50 cents up
T::o  Sew  Westminster  Trades    nd
Lai i ive postponed  I
r;i^:.;:  mont ng
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.
I'm never settled
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EXT     '   -
Ox   Hc    '    Spanis    s
Eiven anotlter week to remove the ,        . -     ' ���'       .
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tie t:   .
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plans opens at 1 Ribs of Beei      i Jos
-    Sai morning      ._:.-- Leg    I       ttoi    Sage Dressing
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-..   ' i      i    nd Steam     Potatoes
Stewed -
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D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRLGGISTS
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DEANE BLOCK    j
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UoBtreal
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I. A. MUIR & tO.
r  5-ESS No  >��V  STS
_ ���r 3 S:    Sew VSestn* -ste"
10 Acres extra good land, 3 |
acres cleared: seven roomed |
house, bath and pantry, hot I
and cold water. One mile
from electric tram. Price
$3500. Terms. $500, balance
easy terms.
AFPI.Y TO
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
Ihe Merchants Bank of Canada
New Westminster
In memory cf ihe late King Edward
VII. this office will be Closed Today
, Friday   May 20th. 1310.
������i
Ihe Werdiauts H.& of Canada
Sen V*estminster Branch
t f. Uibs, KiBicer
IOVCRT1SE  IN THE  DAILY  NEWS    Jfc,,

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