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 White Rock
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
���WHITE   ROCK/-  THE   PLACE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
U'l.l Ml
r,   NUMBER  U'
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, MONDAY  MORNING, JINK 6, 1910.
BIGHT PAGES.
PRICK  FIVE  CENTS.
ENDAMAGES
ffl TO F. C. CARTY
Iin Injured   in  Lakeview
Occident is Awarded $15,-    ^^^^^^^^^
L Full Amount of Claim I    Program Arranged.
LEARNED VISITORS
ARE GUESTS OT GTY
University Commission Will
be   Entertained  Today���
WHEN ROYALS TRIM VANCOUVER
Salmon Bellies Put It Over Con & Co., To  The  Tune   of
Ten to Four.    Game was Comparatively Clean
and Fast.    Attendance About 30C0.
.1.
���   for  tlie  plaintiff  for  the
1    .If   was  the  re-
. ,i   ol   Fred  C.   Carty's
-pain,'   the  B.  C,  Electric  Rail-
j t,l)in The Jury was oul only
���,;: in     before  thej   returned
Iverdl Saturday,
iur, .       nelled waa u follows:
Et  Barge, V. Aitche-
D   S   Parson, W. A.
��� ��� ��� and ii   Atkii
da and D. J. MacDon-
���   the   plaintifi   and
ai ted  tm   the corn-
was  "He  of  the  vic-
���  accldenl'that ever
, ;   n thi   B, C, E   H.    On No-
i, a loaded passenger
was run into bj  a Ilatcai  piled
[ timber.   The accident
L, evlew in the middle
ind when the freight
heen  running   about
. ic. the passenger, it
Ltelv di   olished   it.    The  Urn-
I        .     ��� he passenger ear from
tiled   fourteen    people
|i'; ired i ine.
Cart>   was   more   Beriously   in-
any   of   the   others   who
red.      His   skull   was   slightly
��i he was so badly bruised
thai his life was despaired   ���  ��� -
Hi   rei ivered   rapidly,  however, will pick up the
Ie -o leave the hospital In   whole party  will
t two weeks,    Since then he has
under   medical   attendance   tit
and  will   probable  never  oom-
���  over from the effeets of the
ent.
CABLES FROM NANKING MADRIZ EORCES
ARE CAUSE OF AMIETYJ    HAVE BEEN ROUTED
Trouble is Expected in Chin-, Nicaragua!)  Troops   Hope-
ese Province -Alarm Felt;    lessly   Defeated-End  of
1AIM0 HAKES BIB FOR
kl WESTMINSTER PICNIC
ll   City   Would   Welcome   Citizens
ith   Open   Arms  at  Annual   Ex.
leursion���Other Places Favored.
' I
loflnlte  arangements  have  yet
ade with regard to securing a
ir   the   annual   citizens'   picnic,
to  be  held  towards  the  end
A number of committeemen
o to  Vancouver  today   to  Inter-
C   B.  Foster, assistant   passen-
���' ���   with a view to arriving at
understanding    regarding   the
of a boat for the trip.
: am and Victoria are the two
isl favored hy the members
��� committee at the present time.
atlons   poinl   to   Victoria   being
��� finally selected, as the CPU.
' apparently anxious to run ex-
to points in Washington,
enl   of   Nanaimo   who   hap-
i to be in the city yesterday, in
ot  a  conversation  with  a
s man, expressed the opinion that I
I ������   of   the   Coal   City   would j
I to have the Westminster |
Rei      . '.. i   their town  as th" pic- j
point,   He pointed out that Nana-
Btlll regretted the misunderstand-
iccurred win n the ti: si an-
wenl   to  thai   city   four
On that occasion Nanaimo
ar.-d   a   half-*>n1tdaV    "*>���*=���   <���'  "'��)
The secretary of thfl ' states.
enl league had been notlhed I number
It   would   not   he   necessary   to
'���i'.'-. provision for the trippers,
iday  makers did not take
The University commission . o m-
posed ol Dr. li. C Wi i lon chairman
of      i is universltj ;      Canon
Dauth ' . : Laval university; in
��� es, chanci of thi Dnlvi rsitj ot
New Bi uns* ick Professoi Skelton, ol
Queen's university, Kingston, and
i' ��� denl Murraj. of the Qnlvi
ol Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, wlll be
' guests of thi il New Westmlnstei
and   prepai al Ions   ha> e   bei a
made  fot  thelt   entet talni I
"Kei p   .Mm ing"   Bei ms   to   be  Hie
adopted    i>>    the  entertaining
. Ittee and the distinguished \ Isl-
toi a win be given little chance to i est
Fhi      arrive   from   Vancouvei   aboul
i li -' a o'clock in the morning and will
be immediately driven around the city
in  automobiles.    They  wlll   probablj
visit   Columbian  college, and  Inspect
the asylum and penitentiary grounds
and then po on to Westminster Junction, where the Coquitlam people will
prepare a lunch for them. While there
they will Inspect  the recentlj  discovered universltj Bite lying at the mouth
of the i'itt river.
In the meantime the steamer Pay.
streak will leave the Brackman-Ker
wharf at 1 p. m.. and carrying some of
tbe prominent citizens of New Westminster will proceed to the Pitt. At
the mouth of the I'itt the steamer
commission and  the
  Bio on  an  ivin.ieii
up  I'itt   lake.
In the evening the commission will
be entertained at the Russell hotel.
Tuesday morning will also he then
over to touring and the members ot
the commission will be taken down
the river road to the Delta and then
probably up through Surrey.
in the afternoon the greal event of
the visit will take place, when the
commission will sit in the city hall
and receive deputations trom the advocates ol the different sites, it has
bi en   arranged   thai    the   following
speakers will deliver addi ess and this
list will probably be added to before
the time for the sitting is due: Mayor
I.ee. Rev. Dr. Sipprell Uev. Dr, T
Wardlaw Taylor, T. .1. Trapp, Thomas
rurnbull.C.   II.   Stuart   Wade.  Captain
MacAulsy, ft Coquitlam, and Kev .1.
s   Henderson.
The commission rested yesterday after a hard two days in Vancouver.
SHORT STORY WRITER IS
DEAB AETER BRIEF ILLNESS
Brilliant Humorist Whose Work  Made
Name of O. Henry  Famous
Dies   in   New   Yoik.
New York, June 5.���William Sydney
Porter, hest, known under his pen
name of () Henry as the writer of
brilliant short stories, died this morning at Polyclinic hospital after a short
Illness.
0, Henry's stories have become familiar to millions of people for many
years, his dry brand of humor being
keenly appreciated. llis favorite
scene   of   plots   was   ln   the   southern
the
Blj ti ti     arrangements, of which
I- ' een advised.
. -     to The  News'  informant,
paiiim   would    extend    herself    to
it pli    mi for Westminsterltes
��,l!|l the .       ,   ���_,, there this yeai'.
|0 GUSTAVUS
SLOWLY FAILING
In   his   works   he   created   a
.Duiuuei     of    characters    which    have
since become almost national figures,
Mr. Porter commenced his writing
Career, like many other successful
writers, hy doing general reporting
work on New York papers, at which
occupation he remained for several
years. It was while engaged in special assignment work on the nig New
York dailies that he cultivated the
style of writing which later made him
famous and netted him a considerable
fortune.
One of his best known works Is
"On a Slow Train Through Arkansas " which has enjoyed a phenomenal
sale for years.
11 ti to four tells the tale
The chan,pion Salmon Bellies trimmed Vancouver Saturday and did it
wi ii. scoring one more goal on the
visitors than thej had handed to them
at   tin-  1 ame  on   thi   prei ion.-,  Satut -
day .
weatl er was perfect, but the
am ndance was onlj fair, ain..,: 3,000
,.   ...   admission to the grou
1 in re :.-  no ,\, nj ing  tin   ta< I   that
' hi   -��� ore was a tremendous surprise
tO    all     Who    have    heen    following    l|ie
games this season,    There aie s, wa-
al   things   that   account   lol    it,   lull   the
greal reason is that the Ni w West
minsiei home limbered up and 1 . 1.1
something thai looked more like lacrosse than they have put on :-.. far
this   season.
Gibbons   Off   Color.
Another reason was that Dave Gibbons, ti,e stai  Vancouver goal keeper
was  away  nil,     lie  did  nol   bave  any
luoie  shots   yesterdaj   than   he   had  in
pi e\ ious   names,   but   whet Iur   it   was
owing to the sun ln his eyes or not.,
lie did  not  seem to he able to locate
the ball.    Most of the goals were scored  from  the  righl   side of  the nel   at
the   south  end   of   the   field   and  the
1 oal keeper h.ul to look dlrectlj  Into
the sun.   At least that is how tlie fans
figure it  out.    There was something
the matter with  Davy, as he let  in a
couple   of   long   ones   Which   ho   could
bave stopped  with a hoot lace, lf he
had  heen  playing  his  former  game,
A  Steady   Home.
Put to return to the New Westminster home.    It   worked like the finest
brand ot clock work and was as steady
as a keg oi cement lull of gyroscopes.
Thej seemi d 10 be trying all the time.
Haul practicing showed its effects.
Whenever a man got Into a certain
position he knew where to look for
the hall and the man passing it knew
where the other man expected it and
passed   il   then-  if  lie  could.
lhe result was that instead of the
ball dropping into a Vancouver stick
every time ii was pasBed in trout, of
the goal as was the case a week agO,
the Salmon Bellies Kept the hall, and
the way the boy at the score board
Juggled the big figures, showed that
the.,  sometimes made good use of it.
Griffith is a large man lo handle,
hut Cinnipy Spi ing kept him moving
and fooled him half a do/en limes, lt
1 ' es some nerve to tun a couple of
... t ahead of Gi Ifflth and turn around
. nd shoot, but Grumpy was right there
and Griffith was .--it.
Sandy Gray au I ihe strong men in
front of him played a splendid game.
Tommie Gifford was in fine form and
the rest of the defence backed him up
in  the good  work.
Penalties Were Light.
Only three penalties were handed
out during the game, two of them going to Griffith, who does not take to
penalties kindly. Bob Springer took
the other. Not a New Westminster
man went to the fence.
The referee was good, hut he might
have been  a  little  more strict.    Grif-
I fit li. who had been ruted off twice before, tried to damage Grumpy Spring
I in tlie last quarter, but ho missed lite
I Adamson  waB Injured In a  mix-up in
. front   of  the   New   Westminster  goal
oin-e and no one went off for that.
At half time Garvey, who had been
playing very poorly for Vancouver,
was taken 111 with a cramp and George
Rennle went off to even matters up.
George should not have been on the
field at ail and was merely there to
gather some Tresh till. Ills Shoulder
was in had shape and he knew it. so
he  did  not   exerl  himself  after   New
For Foreigners.
Fighting is in Sight.
v Instei   had taken a respectable
First Quarter.
i'i fust quarter started off fast
a. . ol ii teams took a couple of shots
before a,am minute; had passed, Af-
ti .. ������ . minutes play the Westmlnstei   11 1 a 1: led a  plaj   v. Inch resulted
il !ia- getting of some goals later.
Wit temute I u 1 hed in and ii Spring,
who had been behind ihe goal rushed
ii fronl oi Griffith. He got ihe pase
alrl lit, bul Griffiths got ins eai, ase be-
txx., ],��� gpi ing ami the goal and thi re
was no Bcore. However a minute af-
tei t'nis he dui land one in. seating the
c i wd wild. A minute or two late!
Griffith Km Spi ing against the fence
and tried to ram his head with his
knee The referee saw ii and gave
idle ten minutes. Pod Dewar, unlike
Ditchburn. did not stop tbe game to
put tlie man off, and play went righl
ahead. The penalty, however, caused
some discussion, but the referee was'
too busy to talk business.
Springer went off for five minutes
foi upsetting Feeney and Len Turn-
hull celebrated the occasion by scoring again���New Westminster 2, Vancouver 0.
Witli two men short Vancouver
staited to play rag and certainly com-
' mltted some masterpieces in the art
of killing time. One time Garvej deliberately threw the ball away oft to
the side of the field, far away from
any uniformed athlete. However,
after a short search, New Westminster
���found a Marathoner willing to go
after it and play was resumed with
the ball in New Westminster's possession.
Then the Salmon Bellies had a
st'oke of luck. Dougney Spring came
down the field and Wintemute ran directly in front of Gibbons. Spring
passe,1 to Wintemute. hut Punk had a
through ticket and tne rubber missed
liini clean. Gibbons was busy looking
at Punk's splint and Doughey's pass
wenl hang Into the nets���BCOre3-0,
ami  much tow in tlie bleachers.
Hoth teams had several more
c nees in the ouarter, Len Turnbull
hitting the post with one of his shots.
Second Quarter,
Vancouver started the quarter with
Griffith still in the wandering boy column beside the man with the watch.
but the visitors went at it strong, and
after three minutes play, Murray
seoied. 'l'he goal was lucky. Hennessy, Garvey and Murray had all
been mixed tip In the passing, but the
ball was dropped In front of the goal
and Murray happened to be the first
man there with the scoop act
Shortly after this Punk made a
grand shot, but there was nothing
doing. On the return down the field
Adamson was huit in a rush on the
goal. lie ran Into several defence
men and went down with a cut on the
head, lie got up and started to play
after a delay of a few minutes.
A minute or two after tills 0. Spring
made the sensational play of the day.
lie took a fast pass from Wintemute
directly in front of the goal, and not
having time lo turn around, he shot
over his shoulder. Gibbons did md
have a chance and Griffith was a
tenth of a second to late In humping
the scorer.
The play for a minute or two after
this went to Vancouver and after several tries. Hennessy managed to score
on n pass from Allen.
History began to repent itself soon
after this. Griffith went ofl for hitting
Spring   nnd   a   minute     later     Spring
London, .1 tine fl.���Tbe anxiety
aroused i.y yesterday's cables from
the Nanking district increased today
when    advices    came    from    official
ees  that the  Nanking  expo
which was to have opened tomorrow
has   been   postponed   on   account   of
threatened   outbreaks   by   the   revi
tionists.
Tin- latest dispatches state ii I���
liki lv   thai   the   calling   off   of   thl
position will prevent the revolution,
Alarm for the safety of ' I e fi
residents in Nanking is growing,
while ihe outbreak is an antt-dynasij
demonstration, the natives are dis-
tinctly ami-foreign and nothing es
cepl a show of force will proted Hie
foreign consulates and missions lee
from attack when the hostilities begin.
Tbe present state of affairs, acci ���
ine 10 cables, is due to the excuses
made bj minor officials ot Nanking.
1 Not daring to report the local conditions to the Peking authorities or
to ask for troops to quell the trouble,
the officers reported the unrest as
due to antl-foretgn feeling alone. To
have let it be known et Peking that
revolution against the reigning dynasty was brewing would ha\e been their
death  warrant.
CHICAGO PURITY   LEAGUE
PLANS  HOUSE  CLEANING
Chicago, June 5.���Declaring that tbe !
exposures of legislative corruption '
makes the prospects of "cleaning up"
the general assembly better than ever
before. President Clifford W. Harnes.,
of the Legislative Voters' league, has
sent out a general appeal for funds to
finance the league's campaign.
"A political crisis Is at hand in Illinois and the opportunity is open to
you to help clean up the state legislature," says the letter. "The senatorial bribery scandal and accompanying revelations have opened the people's eyes to the vital importance of
getting   better legislators."
King Alfonao III.
Madrid, June 6.���That King Alfonso, of Spain, is suffering from catarrhal pulmonary trouble is the belief of
his physicians 'clay. Dr " ���'���' e, a
Bordeaux specialist, is in dally attendance on the king.
Washington, June 5.���The complete
rout ol the Madriz forces Is shown b>
belated received   at   the?
slate    departmt nt,   The ���      ��� ���   ramf
confirm reports ot the total defeat ot
the  tl OOPS  which  have  keen  opera ine
near   Kama.   Nicaragua.    A   di spatch
todaj  from Consul (joff, at Bluefields.
dated last  Thursdaj    morning,   Baya
1 hat  1 he w hole of the Man 1 -  fi
operating in the vicinity of Rama had
abandoned their position alter Severn*
hours oi BeVere fighting ami were ii>
full   retreat,  leaving   many   dead  and
wounded  on  the  field,   and   that   Hon
1 ral  Mena. in command ol the Kstradsj
army at  Kama, was in hot pursuit.
All despatches received during tin
last several davs fiom the east coast.
01 Nicaragua Indicate thai the Madrii
armies at Bluefleld and Kama practically have heen destroyed and that, the -
end of ihe fighting on the east coast
at least seems to be in sight.
So tar as is known nt the state tie*.
partment, the only force which Madrid
now has on the east coast, except the-
few scattered bands now being pursued by the revolutionary armies, if
on Hluefields Bluff.
Message From  Estrada.
Senor Castrillo.   representative   irs
Washington  of  the  Estrada    government, received the following despatch
I today   from General   Estrada's   headquarters at Bluefields:
"Yesterday   General Mena defeated
General Chavarria at KI Itecreo, completely destroying the enemy.    We ex
t pect that General  Mena will  capture
(Continued   on   Page   Four).
NANAIMO MAYOR IS
PLEASED WITH ROYAL CITY
A. E. Planta Pays Visit to New Westminster and Expresses Surprise
at  Progress.
CANADIAN TRAFFIC
STARTS KEEN FIGHT
Allan Line and Canadian Pacific Each
Plans Two  New Fast
Ocean Liners.
(Continued on Page Five )
picy May Be Proclaimed if Health
Fsi|s to Show  Any   Improvement.
;' nhagen,  Juno  5.���Very serious
''ei11 la felt for the health bf King
s,;iv|is.   of   Sweden,   and   while   lt.
nsldered that his ailment is
'"' '" Prove fatal in the immediate
"r('- on   the  other   hand   it.   would
' '      'in ise   if  the   next,   royal   fu-
'''" Bhould be held In Stockholm.
'",r"   seems   to  he   no   particular
'Uble* hut. his majesty seems
,"    lov��ly tailing and change of air
1 treatment apparently has
��� effect.    Neither the king nor
III"  Swe<len have enjoyed really
'>   tor   several   years   past,
vi      tlaS  meant-  that  more  state
I ill   "av''   been   thrown   upon   the
'   and princess than would
,     .      have  been  the case.
" '-nt    time    the   crown
I I   ���< tlcally   conducting  the
1 ..'  "���   'be   nation,   only   matters
:  tue  very   first   importance   helng
1 '" tt"- king, and, unless there
TROOPS   REVIEWED.
General French Watches Evolutions
of Ottawa Garrisoo.
Ottawa. June 6.���Cenvil Sit John
French reviewed the -;ar 'ison church
parade this afternoon und will leave
tomorrow for Halifax. It !s n ported
here on what seems t 1 le .ood au
thotlty that Karl drey's ter.n will be
extended another year.
Big Fires in Nova Scotia Cause
$500,000 Damage on Sunday
Liverpool, June 5.���There is every
prospect of a keen fight tor supic-
macy on the ocean route to Canada, i
The Allan line's plans for two new |
fast steamers from Liverpool seem to
have been Inspired by the determination of the Canadian Northern 1 ail-
way  to enlej- Into competition.
The two turbine lineis to he added
to the Allan fleet will far exceed in
size any other vessel engaged In the
Dominion service. With their 20 000
tons displacement they will approximate to the White Star steamer
Oceanic, which was the pioneer of
present-day type of Atlantic liner.
As for speed, the new Allan boats
are Intended to travel at about twenty-
two knots per hour, beating the ships
of the Canadian Northern by a knot.
The Canadian Pacific Hallway com- ���
pany  is  contemplating  the construction of two new  lineis for the same
service.
A. K. Planta, mayor of Nanaimo.
was in tlie city on Saturday on business. Ile called on W. H. keary but
did not have time to go and see the.
lacrosse game. However. Mayor
Plata is quite a lacrosse fan and es-
pressed great pleasure on learning;
of the thrashing New Westminster hael
banded to Vancouver. He said that
th.e Nanaimo people were great, supporters of the New Westminster tean��
and It always pleased them to hear
Of a victory. In Nanaimo the results
are bulletined as soon as they are iu
Vancouver.
I    Mayor Planta speaRs enthusiastically of the progress made In the Coat
City   recently.     It   looks   better   than
it ever did before, nnd that ls saying
1 something.
Speaking of tlie prosperous condition of New Westminster, he expressed himself its surprised andT-
pleased at the signs of healthy development. The pink sidewalks
caught his eye and he asked If they
were that color out of respect for the
lacrosse club. He liked the new pavement, remarking that it looked more
like business than anything he hat?
seen here in all his previous visits.
NEW   GEM   FINDS   ITS
WAY   TO   MAIDEN   LANE
edy  Improvement"in   his
�� health, there is a possibility
forma! re
gency being proclaimed.
New York. June 5.-A new gemT the
pink   Madagascar   beryl    has  rMgMtt
l_ city ,;;>*;:; STS
55J53S SttSK ��- rnltetl
"'C-new beryl is dlfWBtJ -ior
and in lustre from many Oth�����   > ���;
precious stone.   The hue .s      ellcate
,ink  ,n(i  tllP transparent  ��W����Jg
and hardness give it a pecullai  BparB
I ling beauty. ,   , n ia
The Madagascar .-'Pen beryl also ��
1 on   view   in   New   York   ^.J*���
Ismail   consignments   having   been  re
1 celved.    American beryls are lacmne
in quality. ' '
Halifax, N. 8., June 5.���The mills
of the Anthony Lumber company at
South Maitland were destroyed by
fire this afternoon. The loss will he
$110,000, on which the Insurance is
about half that amount. The chief
owners of the mill are New Yorkers,
A. S. Hersley, of that city, being the
managing director.
The mill was the best In Nova
Scotia, with one exception, that of the
Davison's on the La Haye.
The fire carried off the mill within
an hour of the time the blaze was
first observed. The spread of the
flames was so rapid that four cars
Of lumber, ready for shipment,
although pulled out of the shed, were
destroyed with the rest of the property.
The powerhouse, which was of
brick. Is still standing, but not a stick
besides was left. The cmopany has
three million feet of lumber ready to
be cut.
This mill found Its market almost
exclusively In Boston and New York.
It was built some five years ago.
Plctou, N   S , June a.���Logan's tannery, the lamest tannery east of Montreal, situated at Lyons Brook village
on the West river and the short line
branch   of   the   Intercolonial   railway,
four miles from Picton. is totally de
stroyed as the result of a  lire which
started   at   12:1a   this   morning   and
was   not   under   control   until   nearly
flve  o'clock  this evening.    The store
of Dougall & Logan, the largest shareholders, in  the cannery, the home of
Mr. Logan, and the home of Mr. Stewart,   manager   of   the   tannery,   were
burned to the ground, as we'l as the
barns and sheds belonging to the tannery.
|     Hide houses, piles of bark and several boxcars containing bark were to-
j tally destroyed.
The  loss  Is  estimated  at  close to
,$400,000.
Browning Released to Frisco.
I    Detroit, June 5.-President  Naven.
of the Detroit  Americans, announced
I   . d v   that   Pitcher   Frank   Browning
��?.been  released  to  San  Francisco
,L th�� Pacific Coast league.
BIG FIGURE.
Winnipeg Building Permits Reach
$9,000,000 Mark.
Winnipeg, June 5.���Building permits
In Winnipeg reached the $!>,000.000
mark up to last night. Yesterday a
permit was taken out for $1100,000 for
the Interior work on the big Union
station for the Grand Trunk Pacific
and Canadian Northern ra-lways.
Babies Poisoned by Milk.
Spokane, June . ���Within the last
week, five babies bave 'lied at the
Crittenden home in this city tron
drinking impure milk. Hundreds of
babies in the city have been affected, i
several deaths outside of tbe home
being blamed to the impurity of the
milk supply by local deities. All of
the little ones affected show the same
symptoms.
QUEBEC LADY DIES
AS RESULT OF BURNS
Quebec, June 5.��� Miss Frances Kav-
anagh died this morning as the result of a burning accident on Saturday. Miss Kavanagh, who had heen
ill for three weeks, left tier mom and
went downstairs for a drink of water,
carrying a lamp. She was found later
lying on the floor enveloped hy flames
and helpless. The fire was extinguished with difficulty and the young
woman removed to the hospital, where
she died.
MISSIONARIES  DROWN
WHILE  SEA  BATHING
MAY GIVE EARL GREY
SECOND TERM OF OFFICE
Difficulty of Securing Suitable Successor to Governor-General of Can-
ada Gives Rise to Rumor.
Ottawa, June Tc���Rati Grey's forthcoming trip to England is not going to
Interfere with his Hudson bay trip. In
August his excellency and party wiU
make a journey over the route of the
Hudson bay railway under escort of a
detachment of the Royal Northwest
Mounted police. They will not he mere
' passengers but will lend a hand at.
paddling and portaging en route.
It ls said that Rarl Grey's visit to
' England has to do with a further ex-
j tension for one year of his term ai=:
governor-general, and what gives BUb-
' stance to the rumor Is the lack of nr��y
' suitable candidate for the office in the
i ranks of those to whom the present,
government in Great Britain Is a debt-
1 or in the matter of patronage.
Bombay, June 5.���Miss W. Williams
and Howard Bishop, missionaries of
the American Baptist society, were
drown while sea bathing In the Gulf
of Cambay, as Bulsar, north of this
city. Bishop lost his life In attempting to save his companion.
The  bodies   were  recovered,
SCHOOL LANDS AUCTION
MOST SUCCESSFUL EVER HELt*
Weyburn,   Sask.,  June   fi.���The  big.
two-day   sale   of   school   lands   ended'
'today,   when   the   total   of   2M   parcels were disposed of.   These parcels-
comprised 3fi,812 acres in all and thp'
i total proceeds of the sale was $59C.-
324.34, or an average price of $16.20"
per  acre.    This is regarded as one
of the most successful sales ever beitS
in the west.
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY
JUNE
Classiiieii Advertisements REAL  ESTATE
WANTED.
WANTED���TO RENT, FURNISHED
I. use containing flve or six r< i
Must be within easy distance of bus-
in,-, - i iction. Write, giving full
particulars, to P. W. Luce. Daily
New s.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank   Bldg.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
WANTED���YOUNG GIRL TO Assist in 11) ���-' '������ i isewoi '������ No cooking, Applj Mrs. Bt .,'. ���'. 109 ( oium-
bia strei t, Sapperton.
WANTED���10 GIRLS OR WOMEN
to work in laundry. Wages 15 to
20 cents per hour. Royal City
Laundry, Royal avenue, west of
Eighth street,   ii. Abrams, .Mgr.
WANTED���A SMART YOUTH
aboul seventeen to team business.
Ap] l. Gai ki H Odium & Stabler,
Ltd.,  ,: 19 C olumbia stre< i.
WANTED���STANDBY FOR BOILER-
Bhop.   Apply Vulcan Iron Works.
CITY���New 5-ioomed house on Thirteenth street. Price $2,000; terms
$25u cash, balance $20 per month.
SAPPERTON���6-(t-oomed house; elegant view; full sized lot. Price
$2,400; terms $400 cash, balance $25
per  month.
CITY���Modern house and large barn
on Fourth street. Rented for $30
pi r   month.     Price   $3,700;    tei ms
.. 1.  cash.
CITY���8-roomed house and fully modern on Fourth avenus. Size ot lot
is 80x1 16 feet. Price $4,800; one-
fifth  cash,  b,tlanco easy.
WANTED���WAITER OU WAITRESS.
Apply J, this ollice.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOUSE-
ki iping rooms. Apply Box li. News
offlcf.
CITY���Let  3  in  blocks 6
and 7, S.  B.
9. on Seventh avenue.
Pi ice $650;
easy  tonus.
BURNABY���Two   lots   c!
ese   to   store
and    tramline.      Price
$250   each;
terms >4  cash and $10
t er month.
WANTED���THREE BOYS FOR THE
Beaver Cigar Factory,
WANTED���YOl NG LADY AS STEN-
ographer and for general < (flee
work.   Apply P. O. Box 219.
LANGLEY���30 acres N, U of S.E.
11 of Pec. 10, Tp, 1": some e'e tr-
ing. Price $36 per h :re; terms
$1,300   i ish,   balance   1,   2   and  3
VI    rs.
WANTED���TROUSER  MAKER.    Apply  ,1.  N.  Aitchlson,  TH  Columbia
el reet.
WANTED���SASH   AND   DOOR     MA-
(���;..;..'   men.     A;.; lv   Walsh   Sash   vt
Door company. New  Westminster.
WANTED���GIRL TO ASSIST WITH
house work. Apply, A. E. Kellington.  501  Queen's avenue.
WANTED���TO EXCHANGE 35 1-2
acres of good land at Lincoln station, Langley, for Westminster city
property. Value $3000. Apply 13. C.
Securities. Ltd., Dominion Trust
Offices, Columbia street, New Westminster.
WANTED���A  GIRL  FOR  GENERAL
housework   and   plain   cooking.   Apply  125  Third  avenue.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE - - FINE 7-YEAR OLD
driving mare and new buggy and
harness. Apply Wilson, Cook & Co.
Office Northern Crown Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE���TEN LOTS IN SAPPER-
ton; cleared and fenced; close to
car line. Only for sale within thb
next thirty days. Address A. II.
Tupper, Cunningham Hall, Sixth St.
FOR SALE���REFRIGERATOR. COST
$20. Nearly new. Just the thing
for keeping your food in during the
hot weather. Can be seen at 233
Eleventh stieet, corner Third avenue.    No reasonable offer refused.
FOR SALE ��� BEAUTIFUL HOUSE
and lot. Six rooms. At Sapperton.
A snap, as owner must leave city
at once. $300 cash; $25 a month;
includes interest. Call at 312 Hospital street.    No agents.
FOR SALE���GOOD WORK TEAM
(2,800 lbs. i. Sound. Also wagon and
harness (new). Apply A. N. Mac-
kay.   Uurnaby  Lake   P.  O..  B. C.
FOR SALE ��� MAGOON STRAW-
berry runners. Specially grown
from young plants. Four dollars
per thousand. L. Claude Hill, Burnaby Lake, P. O.
SURREY���Surrey waterfront snap.
io acres close in. Prlc ���>""'11 I"1'
acre.    Terms.
^WILSO^COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank   Bldg.
Phone   645.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
CRAIG REALTY CO.
Room 8, Thompson Block.
Phone 629.
Four Lots in Sapperton; 150 yards
from car. $500; $25 cash, balance
$10 per month.
Corner Lot, 60x124; slashed; facing
down hill; lovely view; close to
new school, Sapperton. Price $500,
on terms.
Ten acres of the best fruit land; \K
acres cleared; 2 acres slashed, burned and logged off; 3 roomed house,
barn, poultry runs; small fruits.
Fronting on Scott road and close
to car.    Only $2,000, on terms.
Five acres on Scott road; good garden, house, well, etc.; three quarters of a mile from car. This is good
at $13n0;  terms.
Accidents will happen. Are you prepared to meet doctors' bills? Let us
tell you about accident insurance.
CRAIG REALTY CO.
Room   8,  Thompson   Block.
Phone 629.
KELLINGTON EROS.
Corn;
r  Columbia   and   Begbie   Streets,
Phone 680.
Sapperton���We have a few choice
view lots on Blair avenue very-
cheap; $25 down, balance monthly.
Worth investigating.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO  RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. AP-
ply 818. Milton sn-ret.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping to rent. Apply to A. H.
Ferguson, Pythian   Hall  building.
TO LET ��� UNFURNISHED THREE
rooms; electric light. Apply 233
Eleventh street or 74fi Columbia St.
FOR RENT���ROOMS FOR ONE OR
two gentlemen. Apply 205 Carnarvon street.
TO RENT���UNFURNISHED ROOM.
Apply corner Royal avenue and Seventh street
City���Lot on Ninth street between
Third and Fourth avenue; unsurpassed  view.    Price  only  $950.
Modern 8-roomed house, ideally situated: close in. If you are looking
for such a place call and see us at
once. Price and terms on application.
South Westminster���',4 acre view
lots on car line at Brownsivlle.
Price $250 per lot; ],4cash, balance
easy. If you want a home, secure
one at once, as they are the cheapest and nearest lots on the market.
550 FEET of the best waterfront on
the Fraser; 21 .4 acres of improved
Delta land. There are two good
houses on this property; terms.
This property can be bought for less
than $20 per front foot.
WATER   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Pari \.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license in the New Westminster Division of .New Westminster Districi.
iai Tl e d ��� ������ of Company, Vancou
ver Power Company, Limited. The
head office at the City of Vancouver,
Hritish Columbia.   The capital, $2,E ,-
000.  divided  Into  2,500,1 00  shan s o
$1.00 each, all fu ly paid up;   (b)  Tl
name of the lake, si ream  or  sout
unnamed stream running through section 2'.', block 5, north range 2. west,
i hence   in  a   northwesterly   direction
flowing   Into   the   Frasi r   river;    ic i
The  poinl  of diversion,  2,3      fi   I
a   southeasterly   direction   from   the
southeast  corner of section 19, bloci
I 5, north range 2. west;  uli The quan
tity   of  water  applied for,   .166  cubic
feel   per  second;   (e)   The character
of the proposed works, a small dam
and pipe  line;   ifi   The premises on
which    the    water    is    to    be    used.
two i2l. three (3) and four l IL group
two   12).  New  Westminster  District;
| tg) The purpose for which the water
is   to   be   used,  domestic;    ih)   If   for
irrigation describe  the  land  intended
to     be'     irrigated,     giving     aere-
|a?e,   no;    (1)    It   the    water   is   to
be     used     for     power     or     mining
purposes descrilx  the place where tne
water is to be returned to s ime n .-
tural   channel,  and the   difference   In
altitude   between   point   of   diversion
and point of return, no;   iji  Area of
i low ii  lan t  Intended to be occuj le I
by   the   proposed   works,   none;    iki
This  notice  was  posted  on  the  2nd
'day   of   June,   1910,   and   application
will be made to the commissioner on
The   13th   day  of  July   1910;   ill   Give
the  names  and  addresses  of  any  riparian   proprietors   or   licensees   who
or  wnose  muds are  likely  to be af-
i fected by the proposed works, either
above or below the outlet, none;   inn
The part of tbe  Memorandum of Association  of the  company  which authorizes the proposed application and
I works reads as follows;  "(3) The objects for wliich the company Is established and to which objects the Company are restricted are the acquisition
of water and water power by records
of  unrecorded  water  or  by  the  purchase of water records or water privileges for,  ig) Rendering water
:and   water   power   available   for   use.
application and distribution by erecting dams, increasing the head of water   in   any   existing  body   of   water,
or extending the area thereof, diverting the waters of any stream, pond or
lake into any other channel or channels,  laying or erecting  any  line  or
, flume, pipe or wire, constructing any
race-way,   reservoir,    aqueduct   weir,
wheel, building, or other erection or
, work  which  may be required in connection   with   the   Improvement  and
j use of the said water and water pow-
i er  or  by  altering,   renewing,  extend-
' inc.   improving,   repairing,   or   maintaining  any  such  works  or any   part
; thereof."   in)   The   Company   applies
for a license to store water. The place
of the proposed reservoir for storing
'the said water is section twenty-nine
(29), block  five  i5i. north  ranee two
i2i   west;   to)  The means by which
i1  is proposed to store the water, by
tlain;   (p)   The   area   of   the   reservoir
I site   or   sites  at   each   foot   in   depth
i above the outlet, the depth above the
outlet    will    approximately    average
about six or seven feet;   (q)   How i;
lis proposed to acquire the land necessary for the purpose, by purchase, or
If necessary by expropriation;   (r) Approximately the  number of acre feet
intended    to    be    impounded.    20, I
square feet.
VANCOUVER POWER CO., LTD.
It.  II.  Sperling, General  Manager.
Vancouver, B. C.
��� ������.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
BANKS MAY DROP
TO   RENT.
Lulu Island���Twenty or Forty acres
on the North Arm road. Price only
$250 an acre. The land around this
has been subdivided, and Is selling
at double the price. This is your
last chance to secure land along the
proposed tram line at this figure.
Terms easv.
TO RENT���10 ACRES OF CLEARED
Sand, good house, large barn, packing house, stable, chicken run. 200
bearing fruit trees; on good road
close to tram line; 6 miles trom I Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets,
city. Apply to Wilson, Cook & Co., | Phone 680.
Northern  Crown Bank  Building.       I	
KELLINGTON BROS.
Pre'iminjry    Notice     to    Contractors.
Tenders for Laying  New Water
Main.
Tenders are reiuired for the laying
and  jointing of about  fourteen  miles
of  25-inch   rivetted  steel   water  main
and  about  7,780   feet   of  12-inch   and
7,500  feet  of 13-inch  lap-welded  pipe.
Plans   and   specifications   can   be   obtained  from the City   Engineer,  City
Hall, by the sixth of June, 1910,
W. A.  DUNCAN. City Clerk.
City, Hall, New Westminster, May 23,
191.0.
Sent J)i Approval
To Rkspowsibi.s Peopi.B   *
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
anil
HED GEM
a*7/}0 InR Pencil
Your Choice of
INTEREST RATES
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
UNION   LODGE,   No.   9,   A.   F.
M.���The  regular   met ting    t
Lodge is hdd on the first  Wednesday in eacli month, al 8 o'clock pm.��
in the Masonic Temple.   Dr. W. A.
DeWolf Smith, secretary.
Plan on Foot to Pay Less on
Savings Account All Over
State.
KING SOLOMON LODGE, No. 17,
A. F. & A. M.- -Regular communic <-
tions of this lodge are he! 1 on the
. cone" Tuesday in eacti month In
the y.asonlc Temple tit s p. m. U
Broad, secretary.
g, attie, June 5- Seattle bankers, as
wi ii as th isi In ot) er i arts of the
state, are si i i msly considering a p au
to reduce the Interest rate on savings
deposits. Whether the f< ductlon will
be from -1 to 3 per ci nt, or trom I to
;, 1-2 per cent has not yel been determined.
bankers all over the state are now
being sounded on the proposition to
reduce and the statemenl was made
yesterday by a Si attle bank r that
some action is likely to be taken In
the near future at a conference ol
bankers, at which not only the qui s-
tion of interest bul other rules con
ti a with savings accounts will be
,!:, :uss( I. There is desire a Q
many banki rs to secure greater unl-
formlty In di posll rules.
The presence In Seattle yesterday of
i; ]. Kutter vice-president and si ci e-
; ex of the S] okanc & Eastern Trust
company and of W. H. Prim li . vice-
president of the Scandinavian v
can bank of Tacoma. bad to do im ���
other things with the proposal men-
��� oned.
L. O. 1... No. 1150.��� Meets in the
K. of V. building, corner ol Agnes
and Eighth strei ts, mi the firs! and
third Fridays of each month Henrj
Bennett, W. M., Neil J. Mail
secretary.
Zb per c
several,
this w
ROYAL ORANGE LODGE,  No.   1593.
.Meets in K. of p. building, cornei
Agnes and Eighth streets, fu st and
third Wednesdays of each month
at s p. in. Leigh Netherby, W. M.;
W. Scott Phlpps, recording secretary; ,1. MacLean, financial secretary.
reel���-663
New Westminster, B.f
NEW YORK TALKS
WORLD'S   FAIR
New York. June 5.���Mayor Gaynor
has named a committee of one hundred io considi r the advisability of
holding a world's lair in  1913.    ln  Ins
letter   to    li' Iiry    Clews,   wh I   had    ie
ferred the matter to the mayor to
name such a committee, the mayor
sal I in part;
������1 am naming Theodore Pinchot, ef
the lnteiliorou.il Rapid Transit company, a member of the committee.
May 1 ask you tn remind him that
whether we shall have Bufflclenl transit facilities here to make this city a
fit place for a world's fair depends
on him and his board of directors, llis
company probably realize thai it is
not a private but a public corporation
highly favored and endowed by the
community and owes corresponding
duties to the community."
i . O, V.. Royal Citj  Lodge N i  3
The ii gular mi etinga of this   ���
; : ��� held In ti' w Oild 1 i Hows' Hall,
hth sti   cl   '   moi   of Ca ten vi n
street   evi rj   Prldaj   i v ��� nln i   a
o'ciock,    H.  .1.  I.    .   N   G.;   W   tl
Orr, reci.iding seen tary.
. Q. 0. V.. Amitj Lol. . N i. 27
The regular mi lit of this lodge
are held In 0 Id F -. hall,
cor. Cai narvon an l Ei ;hth st: e< I .
: y Monday evening tit 8 o'clock.
.1. Ferguson, N. G.; W. C. Coatham.
P,   G.,   record! eta :���.   R,   A.
Monte, financial . ��������� n tary.
Batik of I-.ont.
EST. \ iti,;   ���
CAPITAL
RESERVE
HARMONY    ENCAMPMENT,  No.   2,
I.    0.    O.     P. ���Meets    every     BeC   ��� : '.
and    fourth    Wednesday    of    the
month in I. O. O. F. hall. G*' . t
Adams, .rand patriarch; E. L. Web
ber, scribe.
O.  O.   F.,   Beulah   Rebekah   lodge
No. a���The regular me�� lng< of
this lodqe nre It'll ii new Odd
FeliWa' hall. Eighth street corner of Carnarvon street, every first
and third Thursday of eacli month
at s o'clock, Mr*. May Matheson,
N. ('..; Miss M. D Johnston, secretary.
ARE ASHAMED OF
PASTOR'S
LOW  STIPEND
Chatham. Ont.. June .".���"Resolved,
that we call attention with shame and
sorrow to the low standard of financial
provision made for our ministers and
declare that the neglect of justice on
the part of the laity toward ministers,
with the manifold responsibilities they
are expected to maintain toward the
community, the congregation, their
families and themselves, cannot be allowed to continue."
After a discussion continuing for an
hour and a half, during which the argument tit times waxed somewhat
warm, the Laymen's association of the
London Methodist conference passed
the above resolution last evening.
A.  O.  U.  W,  Fraser  Loigi  No.  3���
Meetings  the   first   and   third  Tues.
days ln each month.    Lodge  room,
A.   O.    U.    W.   hall,    Od 1    Fellow,'
hlock,   Clarkson   street,     f    S   C
ri.an.   recotder;   George   Salt.
ter workman.
CANADIAN ORDER, W. (). W..
Camp No. 53, meets in the old I.
O. 0. F. hall. D. s. Curtis, Con
Commander;  F. O. Canfield, clerk
Brani hes thi
Newfoundli nd,  aim
land, New Yorl   i'\
U S.A.,  am!   M
bank,!  ;    buslni
i- ri ol Cn lit
eon i spmi,let.-',   r I
world.
Savings Banl
receive 1     |n
and Interest alii J
annum   (present rati
Total   Ast   ���
NEW   WESTMINSTER BRANCil
O. D. Bin I
Mineral Waters
Aerated Watenl
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B C.
elephons 13. Office. EigMH
NATIVE SONS OF li. C, Post No. 4
--Meets every third Thursday of th ���
month In K. of P. ball M.J. Phillips,   chief    factor,    Ang lg    McCol.,
secretary.
rnr World-wide  Morality.
Washington, June  5.���The  International   i it   and   BOCial   commission
has been Incorporated here to conduct the world-wide campaign tor
moral, social and political reform,
Total abstinence, suppression of saloons, crusades against the so-called
white slave traffic, race track gambling and the promotion of arbitration,
are among the declared objects. Tho
commission will eventually lumber
twenty-one.
INDIANS CAN   NEVER
BE   SOLD  ANY   LIQUOR
TO   PENT���AN   8-ROOMED   HOUSE
on Seventh streets. Apply Wilson,
<t Cook, Northern Crown Hank
building.
��������
LOST.
LOST���THURSDAY EVENING ON
Fifth avenue, Fourth street or
Third avenue, Japanese worked te;l
cloth. Finder please return to this
office.
LOST���POCKET HOOK CONTAIN-
Ing sum of money and valuable
papers. Name on pocket book, S.
N. Lupton. Finder please return
to Kelly, Douglas & Co., Front
street  and  obtain   reward.
ROYAL CITY REALTY CO.
750  Columbia  Street
A SNAP���Eight  lots,  all  cleared, between Second and Third streets, for
$325  each;    will    sell   singly,   one-1
fourth cash, balance six, twelve and j
eighteen   months.    Call   up   phone j
433. J
HERE IT IS���Ten acres in Surrey,
near tramline; all cleared; fine alluvial soil; under cultivation. Price
$200 per acre; $700 cash, balance
one, two and three years. Call up
phone 433.
Olympia, June 5.���An Indian In an
Indian, even though he has severed
his tribal relations, and as such cannot be sold liquor, according to a ruling of the supreme court on file ft Bter-
i day, reversing the Pierce county superior court, and upholding the constitutionality of the 1909 law prohibiting
the sale of liquor  to any  Indian.    It
| was contended that non-reservation
Indians were citizens and could not
he discriminated against.
HOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE NO,
115, S. O, B, H. s --Men. every second and fourth Wednesday evening
in the K. of P. hall.    P, is. Brown,
president;   11.  Disney, secretary.
FRATERNAL ORDE.R OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p. m. In the Bag.i -'
hall, Columbia street. ll. Scho-
field, secretary.
GRANITE LODGE NO. IG, K. OF P.���
Meets every Thursday at 8 p. tn.
in the K. of P. hall. W. T. Cooks-
1��7, C. C; A. McDonald, K. of R.
**i S.
SON3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. Lord of the Isles
Camp 151 -Meets on the second
aad fourth Tuesdays of ��t��i t
month in K. of P. hall. Chief, A.
Hslerow; J. J. Forrester, r*ror*int
secretary.
COURT RRUNETTE, No. <n<). I. O.
F��� Meets th* fourth Kriday ii the
month at * o'nork in the small
hall, Odd Fellows'block. J. P. Rush,
toi, G. R., F. R. Mfixwsll, recording
secretary.
$
Theso
Two
Popular
Articles
for on!"
Lord Strathcona's Statement.
London, dune o.���Lord Strathcona
has Issued un official statement in
reference to many erroneous statements recently made respecting Canadian Immigration restrictions. Two
hundred men, women and children
started for Canada yesterday under
the auspices of the East End Emigration society. They were engaged for
agricultural work.
ROTAL TFMPI.ARH OF TEMPER-
ANCF���Meet every Thursday at S
o'clock p. m. in Odd Fellows' hall,
Columbia street. Se.^ct Councillor,
W. F. Hag. man; recording secretary.  George   Hnrr.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL
12X3���Meets second and fourth
Mondays nt 8 p. m. ln St. Patrick's
hall.
pant
to any
address
BUILDERS     AND     CONTRACTORS.
ROYAL CITY REALTY CO
750 Columbia  Street
Settled tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon, June 10, i
tor the erection of a tramway s'atio'i ,
and  office building at  New  Westmin-
ster.
Specifications can be secured at. of-1
flee of Maclure ft Fox, architects, j
Winch  building,  Vancouver.
The lowest or any tender not neces-
���Garilv   accented.
B. C. ELECTRIC  RAILWAY CO., LD
For all kinds of
PRINTING
Phone  695
JOB
or leave orders at
The   Arrow   Press
near The Daily News Co., 600 Victoria
Street.
Bt Inoiea M*it ta l.nu.
liUijratKjiit >.e Exaoj i>.zi
Every i>pn guaranteed
full 11 Ki. bclid Gold���cut
ou right hand may be ha<l
ia e��iber our atandard
black opaque pattern, or
Non-breakable Tranapat*
em, [��s desired, either in
plain or eiiRravetl liniili,
as preferred.
Y"n may tryfthtfl pun �� w^k,
if <���" i ���',*��� n��t I ml il \�� rep rtitati ���>,
a 1-eHttr irtt. le llian j-m WH M-
<��� -'" fur Tnri.R tikis tmh rm-..-
rii'l 111 any i��i.er rrmke, if iml [
entirely art.*factary In f>*"y t-
ipscl iftlum it anl *\m Mill i^-n-1 |
J ��u $\..Qtor it.
CVt on i.ft (��� onr .MICAI rm .
Popular lUo <.fh Ink f%ne\\ a
<i-Qii.:'-te Itttk proef Iriaififlhi m��y
im ctini' '1 iu any position ir
lurket 0| ��!iii|(pinB l>*. , wrjtfl rt
my   ar./le  M  firit touch.    Flail
tmin   (Aprlnr)   fattt,   Iridium
T 'inl, polllhed vulranl/od  rnhbPf
ram,   toi ra  enttft   flnlah.     Hetail
tverywbtra  f<>r |3 W,     Ajrinli
wniitcd    Wrlto fr.r t����-ma.    WmIo
thuv " lest y()ti forgot"    Addre��r
"'Laughlin Mfg. Col
Ma -cllo Bldg.,
Oalrol . i/.lnb
Compulsory  Service.
Johannesburg, June 5.���Though It fa
not. yet  decided  whether Lord  Kltch-'
ener or General  French will inspect. |
the South African forces tind devise a
! m'heine of  defence,  It is stated that
Ideas recent.lv suggested by the Transvaal are now being considered by thel
iin'oii government,   This scheme practicably amounts to compulsory service.
\. O. F.���Court Royal Columhla No.
ssns. meets in Knights of Pythias
hall on the first and third Fridays
Of each month at 7:30 p. m Visiting brethren welcome. J. J. Randolph, secretary.
CITY   OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER
��� ���jf-Ai,:
Outlaws Raid Mine.
Mexico, City, June I>.���I'osses are
searching today for a hand of outlaws.
headed hy the famous Sanatnon, who
raided the Hacienda Bella Vista, killed Robert Volght, the manager, and
two natives, and attacked Mrs. Volght.
Later the bandits took .1,0(10 from
GulMerino Guinger, manager of the
Hacienda La I'aloina, and escaped Into
the wilderness.
No  More Appeals Allowed.
Ottawa   June  5.���The    . overrun -nt.
has decided thai  no further appeals
should he entertained on    behalf of
'hall'hreod .    who      have     had     their
claims  to  north  land  scrip disallowed
by the commissioner on the   ground
of resilience In the United States. The
orders In-coimcll undei   which such appeals have heen permitted ln the past '
have heen rescinded.
Notice to   Paving Contractors:
Tenders   for   Paving   Second   Street.
The Corporation invites tenders
from Street Paving Companies for the
grading, street paving, laying of eon
crete sidewalks, boulevardlng and
construction of storm water sewers
for Second street from Clinton place
to  Sixtli  avenue.
Pavlnw companies will he required
to state term of years thev will guarantee their paving and the percentage of money the Corporation can retain during the period of guarantee,
tiiso the steepest grade they calculate
their pavement Is saTo for horse
traffic.
Plans, profiles, specifications and
further Information can be obtained
from j. vv. it. Blackman, City Engineer, City Hall,
Tenders will be received up to B
p   in.  on   the   20th   June,   1010,   hy   tilt
undersigned,
\V. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk,
city Hull   New Westminster, B. C,
June ^, 1910.
TO    CONTRACTORS.
Tenders will be I until t -.1
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
wharf at 'i P. M. daily except Saturday,
MAIL   SERVICE.
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at the New Westminster postofflce and hour given in
each rase being the hour of closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, be-
for the actual despatch. All mails,
unless     otherwise     stated     are     de-
ive8 Brackman-Ker
Sal ui day for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Pickets at B. C. E. R. ticket ofiice and on board Bteamer.   Elec-
leave Steveston  every hour   (on  the  half-hour)   for   Vt Qi
cat b
CHINESE ARRIVE
10 ENTER SCHOOL
sPundCavd ;ne l-^lM"^ ".ffr1 Celestials Are Brought From
i ne only mails despatched to
Orient by Efforts of Seattle
Educators.
and received Sunday are the (.1. N. R. I
"";"'i and ('. P. l . east mails, not in-j
eluding way malls, Sapperton, Fraser
Mills and Coquitlam.
^.CANADIAN PACIE1C
RAILWAY CO.   i
NOTICE   TO    CONTRACTORS.
EFFECTIVE   SUNDAY,   JUNE   5.
Mai!s   Despatched.
Tenders   will   be   received   by   the?
undersigned   for   the   construction  of
the   first   section   of   the   Canadian
Northern  Pacific   Railway  from   New
Westminster  easterly  for  a  distance
of   sixty   miles.     Tenders   to  include
the grading, bridging, masonry, traclt
laying, ballasting and erection of tele-
Leave New Westminster: graph line.
5:45���Connects with train to Sumas     plans,   profiles   and   specifications
and Transcontinental No. 97; arriving  may be geen and Tender Forms pro-
New  Westminster 7 -.411. cuyed  at  the   ollice  of  T.   H.   White,
9:10���With  No.  2  going east;   also  Chlef  Engineer.   Room  15,  135  Hast-
connection for Nicola and train from ings street West, Vancouver.
R
Famous   Fraser   River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc.
Saturday afternoons, $1.
ee the
;n,i nip tickets to Steveston
8 a.tn.���Vancouver and Victoria
B. C. Electric railway.
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*
Weekday Schedule
,���   - leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20,
,  ,tv hair hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
,   .e Vancouver for Westminster  at   5:50,  6:50,  ~:2<i,  8:00
,   ,      . hair hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Fare:   Adults,  60c;   children  under u, :;r,e.
Scheduli���Cars leave  Westminster   tor  Vancouver   tt   8
; every hair hour thereafter until n  p. m.
leave Vancouver for Westminster at  s  a.  m., ''  a.  m.  and
i: hour thereafter until ll :30 p.  m,
Excursion  Kates:   Return fate. 50c;  children, 25c.
���  Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouver
a:. 11:20 ti. m. and 3:20 p.   m.    Freight  cars  leave   Vati-
ve"r i,,r  Westminster at  9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
i - Its Lint���20 minute service from 6:15 a. ni. to 11 p. m.
ervlce���Half   hourly between s a. m. and 11  p. m.
.-.   Llni���20  minute service, from t\:2~) a. m. to 11: in p.m.
Service
lie. June 5.���Thirty-four young
i:i   Ghlni -e   hoys,  to  be  given an  American education in furtherance of plans
First  C.P.R. easl   taking all  -   ints ��f Seattle educators, arrived yesterday
east Including Lam '��� y and d strh t.     fl'" ;i tbe ��ii( nt- accompanied by Prof.
The   mail   for  Abbot  ford   and   dis- ('::!ll:''1'  H.  Ober,  of  the   University
trlct, Clayburn and dis ii t.  Hunting- oi Washington faculty.   The boys are
don and district, and Matsqui are de- tT0ID '���'"' Province of Sun Ning, adjac-
I atel ed by way of Vane iuv< r. ('nl '" Canton.   They will at once en-
8 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, ln-jter a school for rudimentary training,
eluding all U. S. points east and south, ff)l,"'A'��'' which it Is proposed to as-
ind Hall's Prairie, Fernridge and Haz-1Bls1   thelr advancement   by    suitable
ays aud matriculatlons with educational Institutions in tlie Northwest.
Sixty  Now in  School.
With yesterday's recruits the Seattle  Bchool   for   Chinese   youth-:   num-
i tail's I'i ah ie, Ferni Idge
on Tuesdays, Thursi
in
I
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4   Saturdays.
a All surrey malls are reci Ived from
J Cloverdale, excepl Hall's Prairie, Ila-
a /eit:,.re and Fernridge, which arrive
J i on the Port Gulchon train on Tues-
�� days, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
*\ 11:00 a.m.���Vancouver. Victoria and
J  Centra] Park, via B. C. Eh ctrlc rall-
Agassiz, Kootenay, Okanagan and
Sun.as; arriving New Westminster
10:18.
16:25���With train for Agassiz, Koo
tenay points, Sumas and St. Paul; returning arrive Westminster 18:12.
19:35���With No. 96 Transcontinental eastbound and trains from Mission,
Nicola and Okanagon points, and No.
1 from east; arrive New Westminster 22:02,
ED GOULET, Agent C.  P.  R.
H.  C.  B.   FOSTER, A. G.  P. A.,  Vancouver.
Total work to be completed by June
1, 1911, and tenders to be received
at our ofiice. Toronto, not later than
June 15, 1910.
MACKENZIE, MANX & CO., LTD.
LAND  ACT.
���7fB-
*4_ CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C.CoastSS.SalliBfls
-Half   hourly between 8:30 a. in. and 11 p, m.
!.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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Mails   Received.
8:30 a.m.���Vancouver and  Victoria
including I'. S. matter, and also
��� evee],t Tui Bday) via B. C. Eli ctrlc
railway.
9:00 to 10:0o a.m.���Strawberry Hill, Chinese       i beet   accomplished
by courier (Tuesi , Miss Ober yesterday.
-Vancouver and Victoria,
hers sixty. All preliminary plans i n 1
arrangements were cared for by Prof,
Ida K. Greenlee and Prof. Caroline
Ober. both of the University of Washington, and enthusiastic over thi pi V*
sobilitles of their work developlnfl into an educational field that will have
a good effect In cementing friendly
relations between the nations.
"In ten weeks I spent  In the vlcln-!except .Monday, direct for Seattle,
ity of Catron I found that marvelous      SS.   .loan   leaves   Vancouver   at
development toward modernizing the p. m. daily except Sunday tor Nanaimo.
said I    SS.   Queen   City   leaves   Vancouver
Mondays  at  5  p  .m.  for   Union  and
Princess Charlotte leaves Vancouver at 10 a. in. daily except Wednesday for Victoria.
Princess Royal daily at 1:30 p. m.
Princess   Victoria,   10   p.   m.   daily.
New   V/esttrinster   Land   District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Simon Henry
Clowes of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, building inspector, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the S. E. point of a small island lying;
in channel between Granite island and
Nelson island; theme northerly, westerly, south.eily and easterly, along the:
shore to the place of commencement;
containing 10 acres more or less.
SIMON HENRY CLOWES,
Applicant.
Per JOHN F.  BAGGS,
April 20. 1010. Agent.
LAND ACTS.
Chinese   Authorities   Assist. | Comox.
"The inclination   toward   education
Hotel Mer Anne
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street
SCATTLE
HATES:
Room   J1   p-r  day   up.
Room   and  toard  $2.50  per  day up.
Room   with   bath   $2.50 per   day   up.
Room with bath and board $4 p9r day
All nitside rooms, with hot and coU
wa'er. steam heat, long distance t#!s-
phone. 'Bus meets all trains and boati
The Dally News will be Kept on Ale
In our reading room.
r.ARJ.T^ON  CHLBWBT   ��~
DVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
New Westmister Land  District,
District   of   New  Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLennan, of Vancouver, British Columbia,
SS. Princess May leaves Vancouver occupation contractor, intends to apply   for  permission   to   purchase   the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
9:15 a.m.-
via G. N,  lt.
8:30 a.m.���C. P. R. east (flrst train) has shown a    marked    improvement' at 11 p. m. May 4,14 and 24, and every
Sapperton,  Fraser   Mills  and   Coquit- even within so short a period as three'; ten days thereafter.
'a���- _     _ years, and I have every reason to be- j     SS. Beaver leaves New Westminster,
12:00 p.m.���C. P. R. east. \-u ,,,  ttlat   t]10  pioneer  movement  in   at 8 a. m. Mondays. Wednesdays and tll~ B"outheast point of the inland situ-
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park wt,jeh we are encaged  wlll    have a   Fridays    for    Chilliwack;     returning ate abmlt four  (4)  chains 'from Tim.
and Fraser Arm. most satisfying outcome." leaves Chilliwack at 7 a. in. Tuesdays, ber limlt No_ 38733   thence northerly
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby by courier.      Miss Ober states that difficulties er-   Thursdays  and  Saturdays. !and westerly and southerly and east-
2:30 p.m.-Burqultlam, by courier.   !perlenced previously in securing offl- ,  erly   around   the  shore   at  low   tide
15 p.m.- flame and  Seattle,    ln- cjai  sanction    for bringing    Chinese
eluding all U. S. points.
7:00 p.m.���Revelstoke local and C.
P. R. intermediate points.
way.
1:30 p.m.���Strawberry Hill, Tirn-
berland nnd South Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30  p.m.���Ladner  and  down  river
boys to America was not met with on
her recent visit to China. Courtesies
most unusual were extended from
every source required.
ARBITRATORS   WILL
HEAR   EIGHT   SPEECHES
VICTOR  A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
���.,  ���������,   to place of commencement, containing
four acres,   more  or  less.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.
J. F. BAGGS, Agent.
March 17, 1910.
points, East Burnaby, Queensboro and ;     The   Hague,   June   5.���'The    Anglo-
Burquitlam, by courier. American fisheries arbitration to settle
:30  p.m.���Vancouver    and    Piper  long-standing disputes   between   Can-
Siding, via G. N.  U. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nlcomekl, and
Port Kells. daily, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tynehead on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
ada and the United States regarding
fishing in their respective territorial
waters, will probably last until the
end of July. The tribunal began work
Monday. Four speeches are allowed
each side, and each speech will probably consume a week.   Sir Robert Fin-
Room  6,  Guichon Building.
Phone  631
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Lake, via B. C. Electric railway. Sat-  iey w-\- 0pen and Sir William Robson,
urday an extra mail is despatched to  attorney-general,   will   close the  case
for Great   Britain, this being In  accordance with the American practice
Victoria via Vancouver at  this hour
Blaine   and   Seattle,   including   all
U, S. points, east and south, via the
G, N. It.  "Flyer."
:m^C':$!mwr'
FIRST
***.:���** tsu'
of letting the seuior counsel speak
last. Between them John S. Ewart,
K.C. will speak for Canada, and Sir
John Winter for Newfoundland, re-1
Bpectively. For the United States the j
following counsel will speak: George
Turner. Charles Warren, Samuel Elder
and Senator Root, who will conclude.
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625 Columbia Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. CeI.
And  at  603   Hastings  St.,  W.
Vancouver, B. C       Phone 5925.
Re Lots number 14 and 15, Block
4, New Westminster suburbs.
Whereas proof of the toss of certificate of Title Number 0002 A, issued
in the name of Eustace Alvauley Jenns
has been filed In this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in
the meantime valid objection bs made
to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Tit let?.
Land  Reeistrv Office. New Westminster, B.C., May 12, 1010.
2
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iu^ERTY
DAWSON'S   FIRST  WHITE
WOMAN   PASSED   AWAY
Should A
We have a number of Lots on First Street
and Seventh Avenue. Prices $300 to $5C0.
WITHOUT INTEREST FOR 2 YEARS
These lots are situated in the finest part of
the city.
The Prices are
The Terms are
Dawson, June 5.���The body of Mrs.
George Murray, the first white woman
to camp on the townsite of Dawson,
has been embalmed and will be sent
to Skagway tomorrow, to be shipped
to her mother's home in Provo, Utah.
Mrs. Murray died Thursday.
She was formerly Mrs. J. T. Yeager.
She married Yeager in 1894, when 16
years old. on Douglas island. Eighteen
months after they started for Circle
City. They were frozen in that winter
at Rink Rapids, and while there received news of the famous Klondike
strike. They arrived at what now Is
Dawson about June 1, 1S97.
JACKSON
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on  Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone  3S3
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  New Stsrnwheeler
S. S.  PAYSTREAK
ak"!
KING TAKES HIGHEST RANK.
Assumes Titles of Field Marshal and
Admiral of Fleet.
London, June 5.���The King, who
at the time of his father's death held
lank in the British Army and navy
inferior to those of several of his
subjects and to Emperor William,
the Czar and Emperor Francis Joseph,
has assumed the highest rank in both
branches of the service, making himself field marshal and admiral of the
fleet.
W. RICH
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, Xew Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. in.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday. Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation ,
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New  Westminster.
NOTICE!
_.. , ,    T-, Until further notice this
Teaming and &x-lbankwiiibeopen
pressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
SATURDAY EVENINGS
I from seven to nine o'clock..
730  FOURTH   ST.
PHONE   R527
TRIBE OF  PYGMIES IS
ONLV FIFTY-ONfc INCHES TALL
now, and you will be making the best investment you ever made.
Buy
London, June  5,���A tribe of pygmies
heretofore unknown to the world, has
been discovered in the Snow Mountain district of Dutch New Guinea, by
an expedition of British explorers, according to word just received in London. The little people average 51
inches In height.
It is thought the tribe belongs to
the negro race, although anthropologists aid not believe this race existed
there.
STRIKE NOT TO AFFECT
| PORTLAND   ROSE  SHOW   All
Gardner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6,  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone  661
Residence  Phone 133
P. O.  Box 395
Phore 730
Murphy & Craig
Heating and  Plumbing
Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminster.
F. Shute, Mgr.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 56T
Jobbing   Promptly   Attended   To
s
e
PHONE 712
451 Columbia Stieet,        -       New West., B. C.
Portland,  June 5.���The Rose Festi-
| vai which will be in progress all next
week, will not he handicapped by the
strike of union teamsters in progress
In this city.   The union at a meeting
today ordered its officers to tender the
services of its members to the festival
|! association as drivers of the vehicles
to  be   used  in   the   parade    without
charge.   The strike has, however, seriously crippled many lines of business
||which require quick transfer of their
commodities,
Colonial  Block
I 214  Sixth   Avenue
'NEW WESTMINSTER !
B. C.
JERSEY COW GIVES .
BIFtTH   TO   TRIPLETS
Model Bakery
H. C. Mark & Sons
Cor. Fourth Ave. and Second St.
Manufacturers of the bread
that is making New Westminster famous. Also choice cake;,
r-ookles and candies. Our obli
Ing drivers wl.l be more than
pleased to call.    Phone 435
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Portland. June 5.���A Jersey cow, | For Geraniums, Dahlias and all
belonging to Mrs. P. B. Vincent, of klnds of spring Bedding Plants phone
Table Rock, Ore., I.! the proud mother  DaViB' Greenhouse, R 208. *���
of triplet calves.    They are all males
and  all   handsome,  healthy  little  fel-
���j&m
with
markings   Indicating  they
Spring   ls   here���how   about   those
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELl. & ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and  Fifth Avenuei
PHONE  370.
The Oliver Typewriter Agency at
74fi Columbia street is being constantly asked for stenographers. You
can learn the Oliver at home. Seven-
plants   for   the   gardten?     Tidy,   the   teen cents a day pays for It.   See Ilcf-
are of pure Jersey stock.   Tiny are of  Florist, can suit you to a T in any-   ton B. Sands and ask him to tell you
an exact size and cannot be told apart,   thing In that line. **      all about It. *���
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,   jUNE       .
The Daily News
Published by The Dally .News Publish.
ing Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and     Victoria
Streets.
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MONDAY,   JUNE   6.   1910.
REFUSE   DISPOSAL.
WE GALL
We  should like  to  know   what  is ���
feeing   done   by   the  Council   for  the'
better disposal of refuse in this city.
"The summer is upon us, and already
the olfactory sense of the citizens are
fceing severely tried by the nauseous i
odors    emanating    from    pestiferous
muck heaps, or the penetrating smoke
arising  from  the  burning of  rubbish
;ind  garbage on  the   streets   in   theI
heart of  the  city  by merchants and
others.    The   last   we  heard  of  this
important matter was the decision of
���the Council not to provide an incinera-'
tor, but to apply the sum sanctioned I
by the special bylaw for the provision
of this appliance to some other method for disposing of the city's refuse.
This  was   three  months ago  and we
are not aware that anything has since
been done to adopt any system that !
will safeguard the health of the citizens and prevent an epidemic of disease.
We   strongly   objected   to   the   de-1
ttision of the Council at the time and
urged   that   it was  the  duty  of  this \
fcody  to  devote  the money  voted by ,
the ratepayers  under the incinerator i
bylaw   to  the  provision  of  a proper:
refuse destructor.   We have not weakened   in   the  position   we   then   took
up, and again urge that there is no
system in any way so satisfactory as
a  means   of   disposing   of   the   city's
refuse as an incinerator.
The committee of the Council set
up certain difficulties in regard to
the provision of a proper refuse destructor, one of its objections being
the difficulty of milking the necessary collections of garbage, another
being based on the ground of expense.
Acting upon this report the Council
practically nullified the decision of
its predecessors���which after due deliberation and enquiry had decided
that an incinerator was necessary���
and set at naught the express author-.
Ity of the citizens to provide this. It
was also urged at one of the discussions on this matter that an incinerator was unreliable and unastisfac-
tory- As to the question of expense,
if the cost of an efficient refuse destructor is likely to be in excess of ,
the twenty thousand dollars sane-'
Honed for the purpose, surely then it
5s for tbe Council to adopt means for
raising the extra sum required. But
���we have no faith in this bugbear of
expense, nor can we recognize any
justification for the statements that
an incinerator is likely to prove unsatisfactory.
Proof of the satisfactory character
of an incinerator as a method of
refuse disposal is furnished by the
action of the Vancouver City Coun- '
cil. which is about to install another \
of these appliances at a cost of flfty-
f.wo thousand dollars. For this sum
the Public Works Engineering Company, of Portland, has agreed to provide a destructor, complete in every
particular, that will consume a minimum of seventy tons of mixed refuse
per day. The contractors will themselves operate the plant for two
months, to prove its efficiency, and
the Council is to pay for the refuse
destroyed during that time at the rate
of forty-five cents per ton.
Now if Vancouver finds an incinerator satisfactory for the disposal
of its refuse, it cannot be urged that
such an appliance could be otherwise
tor N'ew Westminster; and It is certainly as necessary for the health of
this city that an Incinerator should
be provided as it Is for that of Vancouver. The high cost of the Van-
.couver installation would not apply
."here, as a much smaller incinerator
would be sufficient. But whether an
Incinerator is provided or not, some-
'Ahing must be done to deal with the
refuse of the clty in a proper and
< attentive manner.
Robin Hood Flour
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it and also prove that the difference is so marked, so wrth
while, that you will feel this is
the flour you ought to use.
That is exactly where we do
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We ask you to take no risk.
Buy a bag of ROBIN HOOD
and give it two fair trials. If it
does not prove perfectly satisfactory, so satisfactory that you, too,
say, "It is really the flour that is different," you may
take it to your grocer and he will give you hack
your money.
Will you make the trial on your next flour order?
THE SASKATCHEWAN FLOUR MILLS CO.
io MOOSE JAW, SASK. limited
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A Big
Corset Clearance
$1.00 to $4.00 Values for 75c
A sorting up special, broken lines and odd numbers in Ladles' Corsets.    Nol everj   -   >   , ;1
but  there  is  a  large assortment of sizes, and if yours Is here  you gel  a snap,    43 pairs oi ���  .,
having  suspenders attached, all finished in white coutil.   These haw to  go,    A  large varletj
ranging from $1 to   .4 clearing at, per  pair     , j.
25 per cent. Off Any
Parasol This  Week
Madriz Forces
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
Edmonds  Waterworks.
Hai/0   RpPTl   PniltPfi !     Notice is hereby given that all par-
UQiC   Uliuil   nuulCU   ties  requiring   water   service   are   requested to make application on printed
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������ Municipal  Hall, Edmonds, B. C, May
General Chavarria and his staff, who
are in flight up the river, at El Muelo
de Lasbuelles. General Mena Is rushing troops overland to head off the retreat, while the fugitives are being
followed up the river by Captain Cot-
on and an armed force."
Mena's Success.
Bluefields,   Nicaragua, June  5.���Ad- |
vices received here state that the In-
surgent forces under General Mena at:
Rama have defeated and put to flight
the government troops commonded by-
General Chavarria.
Following  the  withdrawal    of    the
Madriz forces    from    the    immediate
vicinity of this city, General Chamerro
with four hundred men was despatched to Rama to reinforce General Mena.
General Chamerro arrived at Rama on
Thursday morning and General Menaj
at once sent a messenger to the gov-!
ernment headquarters In the field offering  Chavarria    twelve    hours    in
which to surrender or fight.
Dash   for   Liberty.
In reply Chavarria made a dash
from a fortified position on a hill close
to Rama with the object, lt ls said, of
escaping to the Interior. When Mena
learned that the enemy was escaping
he sent General Recreo with a strong
force to cut off its retreat. An engagement followed and continued for
three hours, when the troops of President Madriz became thoroughly demoralized and fled in every direction,
leaving their dead and wounded on
the  field.
On Thursday evening United States
Consul Moffat issued a proclamation
declaring that vessels entering the
port of Bluefields must pay customs
duties to the government headed by
General Estrada, the revolutionary
leader. Subsequently the schooner
("aye entered the harbor and was not
interfered with by the Madriz government officials, who are in possession
of the customs house on Bluefields
Bluff.
Caused Enthusiasm.
The action of the United States In
ruling that the insurgents may receive
customs duties has been received with
enthusiasm and is considered a great
victory for General Estrada. Its effect
Is to rob the government of the fruits
of its capture of Bluefields Bluff and
the customs house, which after having
been seized by the Insurgents was re-
cm ly taken by the troops loyal to the
administration of President Madriz.
The American decision also destroys
the effectiveness of the government's
Bteamer Venus, which Is lying off Blue-
fields, but it. is rendered impotent to
,ald President Madriz in subduing the
rebellious army on the Atlantic coast.
1910.
"GET  THE   HABIT"
FOR THE LADIES
Back Combs, Side Combs, Barrettes
and Turban Pins. The very latest
styles and shapes.
SPECIAL   FOR   TODAY   AND
MONDAY
Book of Xew Westmlntser Views
5 cents each
The Fair
646  Columbia  Street.
We buy for cash and sed for the s-'.me.
All our stock of Ladies' Sunshades at a teduced figure for this
week. You'll need one this summer���get it now and have the benefit
of it. The assortment Is large and the prices are small. We're making them smaller still by offering them one-fourth off the regular price.
Children s Vests, 2 for 25c
About   15  dozen   Little  Vests, white cotton, ribbed or plain s' mm?r   weight,   with   long  or
sleeves.    Every size for the children here.    Buy for all of them.  Special   2 fur 25c
Ladies9 Summer Vests, 25c
A popular number in our underwear department,  Ladies'  Summer Weight Undervest        ngsleere
half  sleeves and  without  sleeves;   ribbed or plain.    Every size In stcck.    Special  ralui 2:
Ladies9 Summer Apparel
No need to go out  of town for your Summer Suit or Dress. Our stuck at present  Is
well worthy of your In spec Ion.   Sec tho smart Linen, Cotton and   Duck Suits, the Dalnl
so effectively trimmed with lace and Insertion, and the classy sepai ite  skit ts in  wash   ���     ��� v-  ���
can look without  buying, but you'll find it hard to resist tbe tempting   styles,   shad'.-
From    $4-50 to $25.00
DON'T FORGET. WE CLOSE AT 5 P. M.
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Just a Few Left ol
West End View
Lots
In Lot 10, Sub. Block 12, between 8th and
10th Avenues, to the east of 18th Street.
Price $350, one quarter cash, balance 6, 12
and 18 months. These lots are close to the
new cut off, and you will be wise if you step
in now and secure them.
Two Good Buys
2 nice lots on   Hamilton  St..   all cleared,
50x150.    Price $800 each cash, or $1000 on
terms.
Lot 7 on 11th St., Block 19, Sub. block 7.
Price $750 on terms.
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MANAGE JACK JOHNSON
San Francisco, June ',.���A plain lm- ]
plication by Jack Johnson that he will j
make public the first of next week a
change in management at his camp
was the chief news at the beach today.
Johnson was inclined to be mysterious
but admitted that it would be a good
guess to name Billy Nolan its the successor et' George Little.
It has heen rumored for a week that
Johnson and Little were at outs. One
thing is jjrobahle; if Nolan, Is to be
manager he will run the camp to suit
himself and will he manager In fact
tis well as possessor of the title.
Maple Ridge
120 acres of good land, close to Mission City
Price is $35 per acre. $1000 cash handles
this.   Balance on very easy terms.
The British Canadian Securities
Company, Limited
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:     The Dominion Trust
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TWO   SNAPS
Eight-room modern house on lot
132 feet square on Third street, between Queens and Third aTenues; all
conrenisnees; price $5500; $1200
cash,  balanc* to  suit  purchaser.
Bight-room modern house on cornet-
lot "0x126, coiner Fifth street and
Third RTenua; quantities of fruit;
price $5250; oBe-half cash, balance to
arrange.
Vancouver financial Corporation, Ltd.
Room    4,    Merchants    Bank    Building
Phone   591
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.    ~
PORTING NEWS
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"llStS JOE CHOYNSKl
h HUMAN PUNCHING BAG
1ear  Comes   Out   Smiling   After
tee Rounds of Speedy Sparring. 4
Ctowd  Watches  Work.
1,,'inond,   Cal.,   June   5.���J.   J.
a ; performed   today   before   500
orB in his training camp gym-
Three   rounds   of   speedy
���nir with  Joe  Choynskl  set the
Wlld  with  delight.    The  pace
l(l (aBt that It Is doubtful whether
Blil could bave gone many moro
,    Jeffries came out of It smil-
jlc was in rare good humor.
_ gymnasium  program   included
lfi. Piling, bag punching, shadow
and a short tug at the chest
H9      Another     little     sparring
not on the program, was the
i(, of the  day.    The  principals
|i;,��� Corbett and Choynskl.
Lacrosse Fans Delighted
When Salmon Bellies Win
(Continued from Page 1.)
EASTERN  LACROSSE.
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L        it.   Capitals,   3.
fctreal���
,t9  5; Tecumsehs, 2.
scored on another magnificent shot.
Griffith did not like Mr. Dewar's action and did not seem inclined to take
the ticket. When he did get it he
threw it away and reported at the office that he had five minutes to serve.
However, that did not get him any-
thing, as Manager Welsh took the
trouble to find out that he had been
given ten.
Clifford Spring ended the quarter
by boring one in at long range���score
6 to 2.
Third Quarter.
The third quarter was anybody's
game for about five minutes and then
there was an epidemic of scoring. Len
Turnbull scored on another long shot,
the third soft one that Davy missed,
and twenty seconds afterwards, G.
Sluing scored with a neat shot���
score 8-2.
Bones Allen got desperate and made
a rush, lie jumped on Buck Marshall
and got him right, going right past
and scoring.   After a few minutes play
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We have for exclusive Bale,lot on  Regina  street,  between  First
ana Becond strei ts,
at  7  per cent.
only $650; Vs cash; balance In 6 and 12 months
SURREY
$2,200 for 10 acres, house and barn; about 5 acres cleared and
under cultivation.
Also 5-acre block in Section 16, Block 5, North Range 2 West at
$1,100 per acre. Terms % cash; glance In 6, IJ ami 18 months
at i per cent.
See us for Columbia and Front stieet properties. We have some
good ones.
\ Malins, Coulthard & Co.
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Two Brothers Who Made Good
���GRUMPY" SPRING. CLIFF  SPRING.
Steady   and   ensoistent  fielder   whose
ut side  home   who scored   half       brilliant    work    on    Saturday    did
it e gaols scored  for  Westminster        much  to  help the  Salmon   Bellies
Saturday. win.
The Kind That Please
and Satisfy
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They are strong and durable and last for years, and should not
be compared with flimsy bamboo screens. Vudor Porch Shades
will make your porch a cool, airy, shady and secluded out-door
room at every hour of the day Our new assortment has just arrived;
pleasing shades of browns, tans and greens. They roll up like a
theatre curtain and come 4, 6, 8 and 10 feet wide.
Let Us Figure With You
For  Window  Shades and  Awnings.      We   are   splendidly   equipped
to give you the best possible service.
LEES LIMITED
Phone  73.
Successors   to   Lee's   Furniture    Emporium.
716-718 Columbia  St. New Westminster.
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... AND���
Ocean Park
Visit these coming summer resorts
on Dominion Day, July 1. Trains
8:50 and 11 a. m.; returning, arrive
at New Westminster at 4; 20, 0:25 and
9:30 p. m.
A delightful day at the SEASIDE.
Lots for sale at prices ranging from
$250 up.
White, Shiles
& Company
628   AND   746   COLUMBIA   STREET
PHONE 85        NEW WESTMINSTER
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Contractors and
House Builders
\Ve nave a full   line   of   tne   Best
Builders Hardware in tne City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
'GRID'S   RECORD   BROKEN.
Cliff  Spring  scored   again,  this  time
from a distance of forty yards.
Shortly after this in a rush on goal,
Cliff had his wind removed by Johnny
Howard.    Cliff  lay on  the grass and
th Walker Covers Over  Seventy
wo   Miles   in   Twelve   Hours.
Ion, June 5.���T.  Payne yester-
v, ,n a twelve-hour walking race  did not worry about breathing for a
overing seventy-two miles and   minute or two, hut revived In time to
ards, and breaking the world's  do some  more  running    before    the
.     i  record by more than three quarter expired.
On September 12, 1908, T. F,
1   "lid, the   English   walker,  eov-
mlles ln is hours 4 minutes
1 '"inls.     He   covered   sixty-
Last Quarter.
The last quarter was rather uninteresting, New Westminster being too far
a 335 yards ln the first ahead nnd Vancouver too far behind
(' houra of that event and this for either of them to make much of an
stood ... the record until todav.      effort.     Both sides   scored one  more
goal, CUtT Spring doing the deed for
the Royals and Ernie Murray taking
one for  Vancouver.
During this quarter Jimmy Gilford
was hit by the hall on the shin and
Sandy Cray took bis place In the Held
for a few minutes while Jimmy took a
rest In goal. The game ended with
the ball In centre field. New Westminster 10, Vancouver -1.
papk' to Meet Howard.
��� n8a�� City,  June  5.���Billy   Pupke
Howard, of Chicago, have
I '".I to tight ten rounds here
V       10.     They   will   weigh  ln
[   v Pounds at 11 p. in.
Third  Home suit,   but   kept  on  smiling  just  the
\V. Turnbull    G. Matheson same.
Second Home i    ...     .,
Wintemute Murray      After the game \ ancouver made ob-
First Home 'jections to T��e referee and Con Jones
L   Turnbull A^en I intimated that he would not play next
Outside Home        i Saturday  if   Dewar  officiated.   Mana-
G  Soring                              . Hennessv  Ber Welsl> baa declared that arrange-
Inside  Home
Feeney  Adamson
The Officials.
Referee���Hob Dewar, Victoria.
Timekeepers���J.     Reynolds.     J.   I.
Keary.
ments were made whereby Dewar was
to referee two games and he will not
stand for any change.
1    The referee caught Griffith a couple
1 of times.   Con Jones said that Dewar
had been told to watch Howard and
had   thought   Griffith   was   Howard.
Penalty    Tlmekeepers-B.  F.  Arm- j However,    Griffith's    penalties    were
strong, H. C.  Major.
Goal Umpire���M. J. Barr, J. Bryson
Vancou-
Penaltles.
First   Quarter���Griffith,   Vancouver,
10   minutes
minutes.
Second   Quarter���Griffith,
ver, 10 minutes.
coming to him, whether the referee
thought he was Howard or Doctor
Cook.
Before the game some of the Van-
Springer, Vancouver, 5 j couver men were betting ten to seven
on their team. At half time there was
even money offered that Vancouver
would win and two to one that New
Westminster would not have more
than two goals lead.
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CATCHER  MAY   DIE
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League Standing.
Goals Scd.
W.   L. For Agst.
New Westminster...   2     1     lfi     14
Vancouver      1     -     14     16
Francisco,    June    5.���
catcher Orendort, of tbe Lob
V::,,|': K'am of the Pacific
' league, was struck on
'""I by a pitched ball dur-
"!u 'i Rame with Oakland to-
, '��� ;,"'l was injured so severo-
ly M'at  he  may  die.
INTERMEDIATES TO   HAVE
GOOD TIME   IN   VANCOUVER  vancouver-AUen
Summary.
FIRST QUARTER.
New Westminster���G. Spring ..
New Westminster��� L. Turnbull
N'ew Westminster���G. Spring ..
SECOND QUARTER.
Vancouver���Murray  	
New Westminster���G. Spring  .
Vancouver���Hennessy   	
New Westminster���G. Spring ..
New Westminster���Cliff Spring
THIRD QUARTER.
New Westminster���L. Turnbull
New Westminster���G. Spring ��� ���
,',ln,!,i,lliy ,l10 West Knd intermed-!
acr��8se  team   purposes  holding
ew Westminster���Cliff Spring
FOURTH  QUARTER.
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IheVniaVe "0l ,l0en arranged yet, but Vancouver���Murray
en>e, as at present outlined, is
" Party to Vancouver.   The de-  New Westminster���C. Spring
10:00
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Notes on the Game.
The two Spring boys never played
a better game in their lives.
Wintemute, although he does not
figure in the scoring column, did some
effective work in front of the goal.
Rev. J. S. Henderson was absent
from the game, another match having
first call on his attention. It came
out a tie.
It takes nerve to play lacrosse, hut
the real heroes on Saturday were the
Did  you  see   the
Garvey claimed that Bill Turnbull ^spap^ men. ^ ^ ^^
The Timberland Lumber Company,   Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Fir, Cedar and Spruce Lumber,Rough, Dressed and Kiln Dried, Dimension Timber and Shingles, Cedar Poles and Piling in any quantity.
Ask Us for Prices
Office, Room 8, Thompson Blk. New  Westminster,  B.  C.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director
P. O. Box 953
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Have you seen the new goods at Gray's Jewellery Store?
If not, do not delay. If you are looking for a wedding present
we can show you a beautiful assortment of Cut Glass and Silverware.
We have some rich designs in Fern Dishes, Vases, Salad Bowls,
Decanters, Bakers and Chafing Dishes.    Prices from $2.50 to $25.00.
John B. Gray
��� WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
a     Dominion   Trust   Block.
Columbia   St.
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WESTMINSTER
Goal.
Gray
VANCOUVER
 Gibbons
a block of seats will be reserved
,1 u ''���tnpress theatre In Vancouver,
.;���. . "" tickets, good for both street
Par wn   Pieatre. be sold here.    Tho
btop    I    , lV0 here at 7 o'clock and
[Ai���',.- ',, Empress  ln   Vancouver,
���h'"" shoW the merrymakers will
F1" before the H hV- B0���e.hltt8 to ! T. Gilford ... III.'.'      ��� Howard
the ear starts back. Flr8t  Defence
  Clarkson
Second Defence
,T. Gifford  Springer
Third Defence
Uennle     f.anvy
Centre
0. Spring   ^cst
Pblnt
Galbralth      f5limni
Coverpolnt
Marshall
gave him the stick In the groin, which
accounted for his collapse at half time.
Griffith's remarks to the crowd
when he was ruled off were too coarse,
even though he was annoyed by butt-
inskys.
The officials were kept off the field
better than they ever were before.
Bob Dewar's system of ruling the
men off without stopping the game resulted In a little confusion for the
first time, and half the players did
not know whether they were playing
or not.
The Vancouver bunch seems to have
mastered the art of getting the ball
at the face-off.
Mayor Lee was aeommodated with a
seat In the press stand. He appreciated the honor and bribed the scribes
with cigars to keep them from making public his comments on the game.
He is suspected of being a Westminster supporter.
By special arrangement with Con
Jones Tbe News is authorized to publish a few of the telegrams and cablegrams received by him on Saturday
and Sunday:
From Charlie Querrie ��� Toronto,
June 4.���Can supply you with new-
team at old rates. QUERRIE.
From Sir Ernest Shackleton���Montreal, June 4.���I came within 150 miles
of what I was after myself.
SHACK.
From Theodore Roosevelt���London,
June 4.���Yuse fellers ot to use the big
stlk mor. THBEODOR.
From Doctor Cook���Inhiding, June
4.���Svtnpathv from a comrade ln distress. DOC COOK.
From Jim Jeffries���Oakland, June
4.���Can you come back? JIM.
Motor Boat
Insurance
Can you afford to take the risk of having your boat wrecked or
destroyed by fire. I can place risks on motor boats and sailing
yachts used for pleasure.
The policy covers against the perils of the sea, against lass caused
by fire and collision, and also covers damage to hull and machinery
caused by explosion, bursting of boilers and breakage of shafts.
The policy provides for insurance on "shore risks," that is on the
movable parts of the equipment which may be removed and stored
on shore while the boat is laid up; certain proportion of the policy
being applied to cover thereon.
For further Information, call or write.
Saturday's Results,
'acoma���
vuncoi
l)orVer,G; tacoma, 4.
Seattle, s;
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Spokane, 5.
From  Count.  Boni  de  Castellane���
Paris,   June  4.���Sympathy   from   one
Tommy Gifford played the game all, who has suffered much from the un-
1 the  time.    If the rubber  happens tp certainties of life. BONI.
1 come  near  the  big  defence  man It I
' does  not  leave  him   until   he   sees \    From    Willie    Hoppe���New    \ork,
' where he wants it to go. ' June  4.���You ought  to build  a   wire
Con Jones was mystified at the rft- fence around the end pocket.   BILL.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
"The Insurance Man"
Suite 1, Curtis-Armstrong Blk. Phone 621
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY
Ju ._ 6i
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JOARU    OF    TRADE/���XEW  WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in tne
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, .May, August
and November, at s p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New members may he
proposed nnd elected at any monthly or ouarterly meeting. C. H.
Stvnrt-W"ade. secretary.
STOWAWAY POET WINS
FREEDOM WITH RHYMES
Using Iambic Pentameter,
Spondees ancl Trochees,
Versifier Makes Friends.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEKY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
feat ledgers; Towle Carbon Papers.
Plione    55.    P.  O.    Box  142-      OW
Daliv  News Block.  Sixth street.
PIANO TUNINC
PIANOS AXD ORGAN'S TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner. W. E.
Martin. Mus! Bac., 811 Dublin St.,
Phone L615.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST    LABOR    AGENTSI     MANA-
g< r G. J. Sj kes), 62  Powell  strei   .
Vam mver,     I'i.one   .."75.     lv
attention  given   to   all   orders   for
male   help.     King   us   up,   wire   or
write lf unable to visit  us.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARKIS-
ters and solicitors. Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, 11.
L. Edmonds.
WADE WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers und Solicitors.
Westminster offices. Rooms ~ and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
.McKenzie streets: Vancouver offices, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade. K. C:
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
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AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Westminster Trust Block.
R. T. PRINCE. AUDITOR and Accountant Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Room 9, Westminster Trust
block.      P. O.  Box 795.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province office, Columbia street.     Phone 62.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN HUNTING. ROO.M 22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 69-t
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REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  k.  CO.
Real   Estate  and   Insurance  Agents���
(.' ty,  tn rut   and  Bunurban   property,
628 and 746 Columbia St.
TAILORS.
GALYIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI-
loring. A new line of Spring suiting just In. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 0. Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia St.
and 626 Clarkson St.   Phone R508.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLtA.v
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R27S- The place wher.- the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed ln. Goods called
for and delivered.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING UP 25U FOR HACKS ANU
smart turnout The Fa^nion Stables.
PISH   AND   GAME.
BENS'i.n <t AYLING, FISH. FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
FURNITURE
\v. r. KALES, THE FUKMTUKE
Dealer. Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agues nnd McKenzie streets.
Plione 176, night call 81.
CABINET   MAKING.
U. V. LEWTHWAITE, CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 4J5 Clarkson street (behind Burr block).
Furniture madv and repaired. Mission furniture In Iii  and oak.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER       WOODWORKING
CX)., ijatik, office am] store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, rrianteis
antl detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Comer Eleventh
and car line. P. 0. box 254, Phone
473.
PAPER   HANGING   &   DECORATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, KOUM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsominlng, pnp��r
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New Westminster.
MACHINE   WORKS.
3 hi-: SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited. Front street. New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill macninery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B- C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of monnmenta! tnm>intnr"��F *-"-Lni-,a
fine. etc. Satisfaction guaranteed,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
Si attle, June 5.���George Parrot, poet
and stowaway, one time of Des Moines,
la., l ut lately sailor on a windjammer, and world-wanderer, arrived on
lue Minnesota yesterday. Of all the
queer human flotsam that ha\ ��� been
e ��� waways on Pacific liners, Parrot ia
the first real live poet to steal a Hue,
and instead of being cast into irons
and handed over to tne authorities
for a term in jail on arrival, lie has
b en the object of the bount) of the
wholi first cabin, has enougu mone^
to paj his waj to New York and the
pro Ise of a good position when ht
gets tht i ���-'.
He  Wins Woman   Friend.
All tnis because Parrotl use iambic i en tame nter, sp indei s and tio-
cl i es ; s spontaneousl) as other \ eo-
ple, without the divine afflatus, use
unmetrical English, an accomplishment which scored tt great hit with
Mrs. W. A. Dallam, daughter of Mrs.
Ronald McLean, president of the
D.  A.  R,
Lout;, lanky, with raven black
locks and vacuous expression about
his eyes. Parrot certainly looks the
part of the poet. A water-tender
found him biding in the paint room, a
day out trom Yokohama. He immediately made an appeal to his discoverer In blank verse, which induced
the water-tender to take him to the
galley for a meal.
Here he was discovered  by a ship
officer busily engaged over a bowl of
chop suey, and was locked up in spite
of a rapid fire of clever limericks.
Pens a   Note  to  Captain.
Parrot  hadn't  been an  hour in the
brig  before  he   managed  to  get  pen
and paper and sent the following appeal to Capt. Garlick:
"Though the day of my destiny's over
And the star of my fate has declined
I still have a chance to recover
If you. sir. will only prove kind.
When winds are at war with the ocean
And the turbulent waves toss the sea
'Tis naught, sir, beside the emotion
That's raging and tearing in me."
"Be generous, do not restrain me,
Ue  merciful. ..rant  me  respite,
And if you're determined to jail me.
Just tet nte a drink and a bite."
Captain Suspects a Joke.
, Capt.' Garlick thought some one was
I laying a practical joke upon him and
hurried down to the brig himself to
see whether the stowaway had really
written the note.
Parrot immediately began firing
poetry at the captain through the iron
bars. Not all of the long r measures
got through, but several spontaneous
effusions have been preserved by first
cabin passengers. When the captain
asked Parrot how he ram" to be a
stowaway Parrot is said to have replied:
"Be lenient with me. captain.
Don't  keep me here in jail,
1 came from Halley's comet
A-sliding   down   its   tail.
I'm   sent   here  to  discover
What the report is worth,
That's   current   up   in   Halley's.
That  Roosevelt  owns the earth."
Does   His   Talking   in   Ryhme.
This was too much for Capt. Garlick. He brought the youthful poet on
deck ant introduced him to several
passengers. He quickly became the
center of an interested group. He
answered all their questions with a
sort of rough-and-ready poetry.
Among those who became interested
in the youth were Lieut, nnd Mrs.
W. A. Dallam, who are returning from
Manila to New Y'ork, where Mrs. Dallam expects to spend the summer with
her mother. Mrs. Donald McLean,
president of the D.A.R. At Mrs. Dallam's sugcestion a benefit was held, at
which Parrot recited poetry at great
length and with much ardor. This
netted over $im~i, with which Parrot is
going to New Y'ork. Mrs. Dallam
hopes to eet him a position where he
can put his talent to better use than
rhe fending of the wrath of angry captains.
COLONIAL POLICY       ! RaiiwayTime Tables
m     ,-.     r-      o      lAfaatminclpr    BrdnCM.
NOI SATISFACTORY
British Officer From India
Sa\'s Overeducation Makes
Much Trouble.
San Francisco, June 5.���"Over-education and nothing else has been the
! cause for all tlte uprisings of natives
of India against the British soldiers
tind British officials in that empire.
[England equipped India with schools
for uplifting her dependants. The re-
sttlt is that tlie succi ss attained in
one channel has acted strongly against
the peace and advancement of the nation otherwise."
Arriving ye.-terday from India by
the steams! Ip Minnesota. Maj. P. G.
R. Anderson, of the British army and
witli twenty-two years of Indian service to his credit, declared emphatically that conditions controlling the situation in India were tar from being
as  ;;i iii���< d.
During Lis many years of servlci
��� Maj. Anderson has occupied situations
in practically every part of India, lie
is on leave from :i pest on the Northern boundary and is tn he absent sev-
eial  months.
"It may si em difficult to believe that
too much education has been to some
extent the undoing of attempts at
peace by England in India." said Maj.
Anderson yesterday, "i ain confident,
however, that it can not be disputed
Government schools in the empire are
of an unusually high order, and the
accomplishment of turning out trained natives was regarded witli much
satisfaction. Developments, however,
show that tlte educated Indian loses
all ambition of labor of any sort.
"The government's recently adopted
policy of conciliation has been regard-
ed more as a display of weakness than
that of humanity toward dependants.
Furthering   the    sentiment,    students
and   graduates   have   declaimed   their
| riehts  and  possibilities  with  successful revolts.   In the cities tlie outcome
; has  frequently  been  threatening.    In
the country and agricultural districts
! practically  no difficulty has been  experienced."
0. E. K. Westminster Branch.
Wcck Day Scneauie.
Jars leave Vancouver ror New \\'e*u
minster in b-.'M, <>���'*>'-. ������-*! aud S;U"
a-m., and every bait hour thereafter
until li:3u  p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van-
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 aud
C:00 a.m., aud every half hour thertv
after until  11:00 'J.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 aud 9:00 a.m., aud
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vai
couver at 2:<>fi a.m., -���-���] ��� v��-v li ill
hour thereafter until  11  p.m.
Eburne   Line.
Cars   leave    New    Westminster   at    S
a.m. and every hour until  11  p.m.
Cars leave  Vancouver at  7 a.m. and
every hour until lu p.m.
Oi   Sundays cars leave Westminster
at   '.' a.m.   to   H'  p.m.
On Sundays ears leave Vancouver at
S a.m.  to  lu  pin.
D.   J.   Stewart,   Local    Manager,   New
Westminster.
'    A Good Thing U Sure to be ApPreciQt
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA <m?s;
Is gaining ln favor every day.    Our output last year (ll dri ,,
preceding one.    The most healthful and nutritious of h*. ">��
����l
THS COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
GOLD  DUST Wi
sterilize   your kitchen   things a
make them wholesome and sanitT
s-
Great   Northern   Railway.
.in.
I.v.   N.  W.   11   a.m.;   ar.   Seattle 3:55
.m.
Lv. N. W. 4:;'a> p.m.; at. Seattle 9; 10
p.m
Lv. N. W. 12:27 a.m.;  ar. Seattle 7:15
a.m.
Lv. Seattle S:0a a.m.;  ar.  N. W. 2:5a
1' ta.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.;  &r. N. W. 9:30
p m.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.;  ar. N.W. G:20
a.m.
I.v. Seattle 12:25 p.m.;  ar. N.W. 6:29
p.m.
G.  N.  R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Wesl minster dally, except Sunday, from water front freight
shed 3:,10 p.m. and from bridge pas-
��� ��� er station 3:50 p.m.; arrives at
Fort Guichon 6:30 p.m.
Leaves Port Guichon 7: no a.m.
daily, except Sunday, arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger Btatlon
,,:.'u a.m., water front freight shed
9:30 a.m.
WILLIE  WAH   IS  MAN
WITHOUT  A   COUNTRY
Pen Francisco. .Tune 5.���That Willie
W.ah, recently acquitted of a charge
of being the ringleader of a widespread conspiracy to smuggle Chinese
across the border from Mexico, is a
man without a country, was the official decision today when l'nited States
Commissioner Heacock refused to order his deportation to China.
Immediately after his acquittal Wah
was arrested by the Immigration authorities on tl.e ground that he was
a Chinese illegally resident here.
Wah declared he was not a native
of China, declaring liis mother v. - .
Malay, hut he did not know where he
was born, neither did lie know the
nativity of his father.
Wah proved that his knowledge of
the Chinese laneuage is as Incomplete
as his ability to sneak English an.l
Commissioner Heacock refused to order his deportation.
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves Sumas 6:00 a.m.. arrives
bridge passenger station 9:20 a.m..
water front freight shed 9:30 a.m..
daily except   Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster watei
front freight shed at 3:30 p.m.. bridge
passenger station 3:50 p.m., arrives
S n    a 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday.
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans
sterilizes. ' aa|
vSoap washes over the surface, leaving a ^ '
film behind it;GOLDDUSTdi^dLx-;)-dwi3sr
d*i* ,   ��� ��. 1        ~-1.c,'3if
impurities, and insures purity and safe
��� Soap needs muscle help fas an exerckwa
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard parti
work without your assistance, leaving- 3-011 toti_
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable J
soap, to which is added other purifying materia
in just the rig-ht pro- \ I /
portions to cleanse \^'^v
easily, vigorously, J___?
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
vour work."
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK   COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, thc oval cake.
���       ! ' ��� -������;
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN     HOMt
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
DOME   OF   ST.   PAUL-S
CIRCLED   BY   AIRSHIP
London, June 5.���Londoners abroad
in the first hours of daylight yesterday
mornirg were startled to see a huge
airship circling around St. Paul's, and
then darting away across the city.
For a short time the German Bcare
was revived, but newspaper extras tic-
counted for the phenomena and the
alarm speedily died down.
The aerial visitor proved to he the
British army airship Beta, which had
made the trip from Farnborough, llu
miles, and after using the dome of St.
Paul's as a mark buoy, sailed off back
again.
STICKS   AT   SENTIMENT.
Roosevelt Insists He Meant Sentimentality in  Utterance About  Egypt.
Lonuon, June 5.���The 'limes this
.'..o.tjit,^ publishes a letter from Mr.
Rooseveli in reply to a correspondent
wno requested him to substitute the
word "sentiment" ior "sentimentality"
which he used in I.is address at the
Guildhall Last Tu: sday, when the freedom of the city was conferred on him.
.Mr. Roosevelt said in that speech:
"Those who have to do with uncivilized peoples, must remember shrdluu
lized peoples, especially fanatical peoples, must remember that in such a
situation as that wliich faces you in
Egypt, weakness, timidity and sentimentality may cause infiniletly more
harm than violence and injustice.
Sentimentality is the most, broken
reed on which righteousness can
lean."
To the objector to the use of the
word sentimentality, Mr. Roosevelt
wipes- "I use sentiment as the exact
antithesis of sentimentality and to
substitute sentiment for sentimentality in my speech would directly Invert
my meaning, I abhor sentimentality,
and on the other hand think no man
is worth his salt who is not influenced
by sentiment, and who does not shape
his lile in accordance witli a high
ideal."
EVERY CENT WOULD COME.
If British Investors Could But Ste the
West.
Toronto, June 6.���"It seems to me
that if some of our people in Great
Britain who have money to invest
could be induced to tour the Canadian
w��.-;t and see for themselves Just
I whal kind of developmenl is going on,
'and also ge' in touch with trustworthy
people, every cent of money needed
now  would  be forthcoming."
This statement was made tit the
King Edward hotel last night by
Arthur Balfour, managing direr-tor of
one of tlie great steel works in Sheffield, Eng.. upon his return fiom an
extended business trip to th" coast.
"When 1 sp< ak of British capital,"
continued Mr. Balfour, "1 do not mean
bankers or th" great investors, hut the
many manufacturers who have made
money in business, and who would be
lead;, and very willing to s"t it work-
Ins he " while the country Is growing. These men, however. would
net let their money come until they
were sure some trustworthy person
woul I  handle if here."
"I also think." continued Mr, Hal-
four, "that Englishmen coming to Canada by way of the l'nited Statis
would be very wise ln securing pass-
norts before leaving the old country.
My passport saved me a great, deal of
trouble in crossing tl'" border. The
immlcrr. tion officers of both countries
are becoming very strict.
Any available Dominion Lands with
iin the railway bolt in British Colum
lia, may be homesteaded by any per
son wno is thi sole head of a famllj
!or any male over 1!> years of age, to
;the extent of one-quarter section oi
i ICO acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
t\\i local land olil c. for the district
ln which the land is Bltuate. Entrj
by piozy may, however, be made 0D
certain conditions Dy the lather,
mother, son. daughter, brother or sister of an intending homesteader.
The homestead,-!- Is required to per
form the condltionf connected therewith   under    one    of    the    toiiowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year  for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, lf tne
father Is decased), of tlie homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity of
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied bj
such  pprson   residing  with  the father
i or mother.
(.'!) If the settlor has bis permanent
residence upon fanning land owii.--,i
by I.iin In thp vicinity of h'�� ti"cie
etead the requirements a- to resld.-nc.
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
S'x months' nolle,, In wrlMno ae,,-.',-
be given to tiie commissioner ol Vto
minion ihnds hi Ottawa ol intention
fo apply for parent.
Coal.���Coal   mining  rlgnts   may   b*>
leased   for     a   period   nl     rwenty-On.
years at   an  annual  rental  of  $1   i>w
acre.       Not    more    than    25''.0    ncms
Fhall  Im  leased   to one  individual  of
company.      A  royalty  at  the  rate of
five  cents   per   ton   shall   te-   eoi��ecti*i
en the merchantable c��nl mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of tin- Interior
%*%% iM��      tk-js '<��* i&& \*hr* sL*k-J. *W
ra
w
leg EWdcr
is the most efficient avA
perfect of leavening agents*
MADE FROM PURE CREAM OF TARTAR
No alum, lime or ammonia.
B.C. Mills
Timber  and  Trading  Co,
|    l* SfPV ^Manufacturers and  Dealers  In  All  Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS.   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED   WORK,   FI?H   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN    AN3
FANCY GLASS.
Roycl City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster Box '
N.II.���Tlnnuthorlzert    publication    o-
this  advertisement  wlll    not  be  pain
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Eastcrbrook  Milling  Company,
Erjurre,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75   per   bbl.
TERMINAL |5.25  per  Bbl-
HINDOO  FLOUR *4.50 per Bb'-
m rs       *   9 r    flour and feed merchant^.
ncQuarne & to.	
Hindu Denied Appeal.
Ran Francisco, June 6.���The first
appeal of a writ of habeas corpus on
behalf of a l^indu Immigrant was denied today by Judge Van Fleet, of the
United States circuit court, on the
ground that an appeal should have
been tak tn lirst to the secretary of
rtime'ce unci labor,
Fir.ST GOLD COMER
FROM YUKON CREEKS
FRONT STRLET.
New Westminster.
Dawson,   June   6.���The     first     gold
from the creeks is beginning to arrive
In the city.    The banks have received
a good many hundred ounces. Quartz
and Gold Run have sent  in the heaviest   shipments.    The   largest   dumps
taken out. this winter are said to have I
been those on lower Gold Run, which
were taken out  by the ni"ti  ���working j
for McDonald &  Ennis, who  worked'
on a lay.
Trade Marks
Designs
Copvr-MGHTr. Ac.
An��nnflP<sn<l!nir unketrh nnii rte, .-inHnti raB 7
.Vilcal. ascertain oar opinion fruu lr.al.lii r an
invention Is proosblf potentnbm, Coremnnlcn,
lioiuntnctiyo. Urtisntu. HANDBOOK on Patent*
jent fn>o. OlnoM n.'.-ik ������ for m-i-urHi" iiau-iii!..
l'fiienU tukon throu.ti Jlui.n 4 0j.i-.ulvt'
iptctcilnotiet, wltnoutc.1 >>ir./c, lutn��
Scientific Ifertei
A bnndscDiniy lllustrntciil weoily, Largest circulation of any 8rienii"c toiin.i.l. Tcrr-,i fot
ConMk, 9i.it i year, putioptu prepaid, ��jd '. >
a) nevre'tcplcr*.
Uruicli O'J^o. .-iii f BL, Wajj..._tju, _,. K
Sherwin-Williams  Painis.
"Ladies' Aid"  Range.
T
tpB.
Tl
At Kirk's Hardware
You can get Hammocks and Rfl
frlgerators, Screen Doors and Screen
Windows,   Lawn   Mowers   tin.I   ^l""1^
kiers, Breen Wire Enamelled, K"1'1'
Hose and Cotton Hose. MONDAY,   JUNE   6,  1010.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
LAN
D REGISTRY ACT.
tlce that an application has
���'     I to  register  Duncan Bell
"fhe owner in tee simple, under
a9gje need from B. A. Wilmot
I
liced from E
dykes,  to   Duncan   Bell
13th   day   of
tie--
A..D-,
a  parcels situate, lying and belnB
Westminster,
r  of
,,,ing  date   the
L907,  of all  and  singular
or tract of  hind
uis
, District  of  New
,   ., e ol  British < olumbla,
'������{.',.\ ,,-ly known iind desci ih-
,ig ai les of the southeast.
V 0f  Section   18,   Township   li,
West of 6tb Meridian.
",,',1 those  claiming through or
voD and  all   persons claiming
.'., in the said lan'd by virtue
v unre '--te'cd  instrument,  and
1 ciVjn mg  any  interest in
i.i  hy  ilc-fient, whose title
��� ed --a "er the provisions
,l Rej'tstrv Act," are requir-
,  i toe ,.-:��� :n of the tax pur-
a forty fivo days from the
i,r.,t  publication of this
. ,n v m   and in default of a
eertlfl.'a'e  ot   ,:s  pendens
I wM! in sue i i eiiod, or In
,,. ] nr.ptlori 'f for ��� reglstra-
I ,. eh ( i vm wil' be for-
, ;,,|,i i eh irri d from i et-
l dm to o   In ti sped i f
::���'
I
lu.n-1. and   I sha ,    register
n, li  Hall  as owner  thereol
��� . ,i  |  I,, i 'I y O'-d ������   ".mt   pub-
:., tr e tor  thil ly  dav B
WATER NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an tip-
plication will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license in the Westminster Division of
New Westminster District,
la) The name, address and occupation of the applicant: Frederick \V.
Smith, residing at South Westminster,
P. (). address, Xew Westminster, B, ('.,
dairyman.
lb) The name of the lake, stream or
source (If unnamed, the description
is): an unnamed spring, situate on
Subdivision 12 of Hlock 2, Section 30,
Block 5, N'o-th Range 2, west, Xew
Westminsto- DlstiiCt.
(c) The point of diversion: About
the centre of said Buddlvision 12
(owned by J. B, Murphy).
id)  The  quantity  of  water  applied
IHE
"Ii
i\!!lUi
Ey   DAVID   G.   HARTLEY.
tCopyriyht, IS10, by American Press Association.)
Hooker, the "iron king" of Xew
Yoik, was an Irritable man and a
stingy one. His business was speculating in iron, and t<> do this successfully Lie was obliged to secure informal ion from all parts of the world aa
to the production, consumption, stock
on hand and such other items as tended to fix the prico of the metal.
Hooker gave his sister's son, Edward
Earle, a position in his ollice. At twenty-live,   though   the  youug   man   was
DAN mm DISCUSSES
PLANS OF C.N. ROAD
for (in cubic feet per second): One-; manager of that branch of tbe busi-
slxtleth  (1-60). I ness  which  pertained to Information!
ie) The character of the proposed he was paid but twelve hundred a year.
works: A private waterworks system On this he supported liis mother, a
through a 1-inch pipe carried fro said' wife and two little children. H��
Subdivision 1*2 tc ai i . cant's property, j chafed under his uncle's stinginess and
which adjoin-!. I on one occasion asked for moro salary.
if) Tbe premises on which the wat-; Ile wilB informed that lf he could do
er   Is  to  he  used   (describe  same):'
bdlvlsions 5 and 6 of Block 2, Sec-
Railway Magnate Promises
Construction Will Start
Even Before Time Limit.
UNO REGULATIONS IN
RAILWAY BELT PASSED gjg]
:<&-����������
-j,aJl..^-A
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LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Covernor-Gensrai-in-Council        Defines
Administration and  Disposal  of
B. C. Lands.
Ottawa, June 5.���Itegul
I administration and disposal of the Dominion  lands  in  the  railway  belt of
Vancouver, June 5.���A contract for  British Columbia have been passed by
the  construction   of   a   Bixty-one-mllo I the Governor-General-in-Council.
section of the Canadian Northern rail-1    The railway belt is a snip of hind
wa     between   the  south   side  of  the   forty   miles   in   width   following   the
New   Westminster   bridge   and Chilli-  main line of the C. 1'. K. In    British
wac'.t  will   be  awarded  this    month. | Columbia, being twenty miles on each
Tenders will close on June 15.   It is side of the railway and controlled by
expected that little more than a fort-ithe government.   The regulations pro-
night���making allowance for the time,vide for the classification of the lands
occupied   lv   contractors  to  get   their  remaining undisposed of according to
outfits on the ground���will elapse be- their character, location and altitude
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register the Corpor-
i ation of the Townsliip or District of
] inu icy as the owner in fee simple, under a Tax Sale Deed from the Reeve
land  Clerk of the Corporation of the
tions for the ' "owns-tip or District of Surrey to the
Corpoiai'cc of the Township or District, of Surrey, hearing dates of the
��� -'1st day  of October, A.D.,  1905 and
31st day of December, A.D., 1901, of
t.ll   and   singular   that   certain   \ arci 1
i or tract of land and premises situate
'; lying and being in the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of Brit-
ilsh Columbia, more particularly known
and described as:    Lot 1 in subdivl-
! sion 24 of block 1 of section 30, block
j 5 north, range '_' west;  lots 8 to 17,
inclusive, of subdivision 21) of section
fore grading operations are actually In  In the coast division where the rain-H-��' ,J'0Ck 5, north range 2 west; lots
progress.    A  start   will  be  made op- tall is heavy and the timber growth!15 to -1- Inclusive, block 14 of south
��� on 30, Block .",. North Range 2, west,!
Ni .* Westminster District.
iiti The purposes for which the
water is lo be used: For agricultural.
dairying and domestic.
il:i  This  notice   was  posted  on  the
2nd day of May. 1910, and application
t pibllshed In New Iwill be made to the Commissioner on
wll he -.ood and Bufflc-!the 6th day of June, L910, al 2:30 p.m,
better elsewhere he was welcome to
go.   The young man appreciated tbe
proverb  "A   rolling stone gathers  no
moss" and remained where be was.
One day Hooker informed his clerk
that he wished blm to go to England
to   investigate   the   condition   of   the
market there.   He furnished the young | completion   of  the  road
man with a second class ticket on an monton and the coast.
Iposlte New Westminster    where    the large, a settler is entitled to enter for
railway company has acquired an area forty  acres of bench  land as home-
i of   over   two   thousand   acres.    Other stead and  pre-emption.    If the settler
I sections of  the  road  between  Chilli- is prepared to cultivate a larger area
j wack   and   Yellowhead   Pass   will   be than required in connection  with the
placed under contract just, as soon as half  legal   subdivision  entered  as  a
the final surveys have been approved, homestead,  he is permitted to    pre-
j Four years will probably witness the empl   the   adjoining  twenty  acres  in
between   Ed-
tin
���
i . nd Registry Otlice,
,,-, r���(��� ince o( Hritish
,0th cay of April, A.
i.    S. KEITH,
1 istriet  Registrar.
p    : am nt  Loan & Sav-
riheimer   Bros.,   Ltd.,
,   IV Lelshman; J. W. Hew.
di   dive the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or llcensi es
wl ��� who.a- lands are likely to be
,,:i. ited by the proposed works, either
j above or below the outlet: None.
K. W. SMITH.
Box 536, New Westminster, B. C.
iT   H
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
������INEI        DAILY        h'EW
KifVfi
no  more  attractive  tnp
���   St.  Lawrence up to bis-
Next   Empress sails
1 17.    For reservations and
ily to
ED. GOULET,
C.P.R. Agent.
Westminster
transfer Co.
New
WeHsrcgtori
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front  St.,  Foot of Sixth.
ocean liner and barely enough money
to pa j his board and travel third class
between the principal English Iron
manufacturing towns.
One morning Earle, who vvr.s in
Sheffield, arose and while breakfasting with his paper before him saw a
notice of th�� failure of an iron  firm
! located in the neighboring town of
Birmingham.     The   concern   being   a
' small one Earle attached little Importance to tho failure, but during the
day ti business acquaintance who had
an Interest In favoring him gave him
a bit of secret Information that caused
him to chaugo his mind.    It was be-
i lieved that the failure would Involve]
, a larger firm, that firm would Involve
a number of others, and the whole
community  of iron  firms  ln  England
j would go down like card houses. This
would throw a large lot of iron on
the market that had  been held spee-
Thls In brief sums up the announcements made1 by Donald 1). Matin, vice-
president of the Canadian Northern
railway, on bis arrival from Toronto
by ('. P. R. Friday afternoon. Mr.
Mann, who wns met at the depot by
T. H. White, chief engineer, went to
Victoria, where he will discuss with
t/he Provincial government various
matters in connection with tbe starting of construction work, it is not
his intention to visit Portland Canal
district just now. Mr. Mann looked
a picture of perfect health as he
stood on the pier awaiting the departure of  the  Princess Royal
Delays in Making Camps.
"A contract for the building of the
first sixty-one-mile section of the Ca-
I nadia Northern between the south side
I of   the   N'ew    Westminster    railway
I bridge and Chilliwack will be award-
| ed this month.    Tenders must be in
I by June 15.   The only delays that will
occur between the date of the award
the legal  division.
The same proportions will apply to
the bench lands In the lower Columbia division and the Shuswap division, lt. Is required in this case that
the settler should clear a total of ten
acres and cultivate a total of six acres
before patent, and double that amount
if a pre-emption  is also taken.
In the upper Columbia division on
account, of the very high altitude of
the land and the character of the
country, the area of the homestead is
fixed at forty acres with a preemption privilege on an adjoining
forty acres and the area to be cultivated is slightly more.
In the Kamloops division the area
of homesteads is fixed at 160 acres
or a quarter section. The smaller
area is applicable to lands suitable
for fruit growing which are difficult
to clear.
ASK DELAY IN THE
NAVAL   PROGRAM
"Phone lis.     nam 'Pbone 13/
Columbia  Street.
���fcgsge   delivered    promptly    to
��ny  part of th�� cltv.
\ht and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���T��AM   DEPOT.
lf there are forty people in
Westminster who wan* to buy a summer camp site they have an exceptional chance this week as White,
Shiles A- Co. are offering forty choice
lots at White Hock for from .225 to
. 160 each, on terms of $100 cash and
the   balance  In   four  half-yearly   pay-
**
ments.
ultitively for a rise, and consequently ' and the commencement of work will
the prices would fall considerably. j ^e the unavoidable delays involved
There was no Atlantic cable in those, ;n getting men and grading outfits on
days, so Earle wrote the information the ground and in establishing camps."
he  had   received,  giving  his  opinion  said Mr. Mann.
that a crisis was at hand and advising j    "In any event we will have made a
his employer to sell at onco all  the start before the time limit set in our
, iron he had on hand.    Tho ship bear-  agreement  with  the  government   has
===   Ing  the  letter  had  no  sooner  sailed expired.    July   should  see  the   work
New    than  the  second  firm  in   lino  failed.!���*" under wa? and U wiU he pUshed
-.^���e_aK..._-^__Kjm2_m_*:
*i_______StSS_ttam9
"YOU NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
This caused Earle to feel still greater
confidence in the information  he had
received,  nnd  he  had  no doubt  that)
all he had beard would be realized.
The youug man proved himself nd-'
mlrably  fitted to assume responsibil-
Ity.   lie took a r'sk tbat would make j
or break him.   In the name of Hooker :
& Co.���ho wns not authorized to sign
Victoria, June 5.���News was brought
by the steamer Empress of India that
the Katsura government is endeavor,
ing to persuad3 the naval authorities
to postpone their proposed scheme for
building a number of battleships owing to the lack of national funds. The
Nippon of Tokyo says the safety of
the Katsura government will be endangered if the naval authorities push
forward their plans for naval increment.
The ruler of Archha. a native state
of  Central  India,  arrived    at    Hong
vong toward the close of May on his
yjj^j  way to America and Europe, via Japan,  lam, Angus Mclnnes, T. G. Stark, Wil
believe in
He  is  expected   to   leave   Japan   for
j San  Francisco about the end of this
montli.
to 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
plione is in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 16.
Coal procured here ls crackajack coal, however secured.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
B3
TO  RACE A TRAIN.
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EffirySK FITTINGS
IAND   OFFICE
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR  RAIL-
INGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING-DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
with tbe utmost despatch.   It is the intention   of  the  company   to  call   for
tenders for the  building of the next
section  as well as others farther inland just as soon as the final surveys
have   been   completed  and  approved
But the question of surveys is a
matter.     In  tiiis   regard  I
haste  slowly.    We aim  to  have  the
best  line that the physical conditions
tho firm name, but It was not known��� | of the province will permit. It is more
he contracted to deliver thousands of; satisfactory   to   make   your   locations
fens of iron at a figure below tho mar-1 once and for all rather than be com-
ket price   the Iron to be delivered in  pelled to make changes later on.    It
ninety days.    This done, bo took the j is not our policy to repeat the expert-  Aviator Will Fly Against Fast Express
first steamer that sailed for America. Ience
the oue that bore the news of the iron
panic in England.
On the  morning of his arrival  he
went   straight   to   the   otlice.     There
sat Mr.   Hooker at  his desk  with  a
ij | morning   paper   before   him.      Earle
caught sight of largo headlines announcing tho tumble of Iron iu England,    It  had been sent from  SandyI monton.
Hook.   Hooker was white ns a sheet,  j Early Start on Island,
"tou   worthless   scamp!"   cried  thoj    "The  company  will  also  make  an
head   of   the   firm   to   his  employee, j early  start  on  the  proposed  railway
"Why didn't you write of tho begin-ion   Vancouver
nlng 0* all this?    I'm ruined!    I  had
an Immense stock on hand, and. learning of a shortage on tho continent, I
boujht mora."
"1 wrote by the last steamer, giving
you  information that pointed to thto ��� sound  your  principal    ocean
result and advised you to sell out all 8UggeBted tl,e interviewer. , v ,. ,..,,,
tho stock you had." _l     *We  hope  to  have  many  ports on!bought t0 a flne ait durinS the Boer
east quarter section 4, township 9
lots 5,fi, and 7, in subdivision 2'i of
section 16, block 5, north range 2,
west; lots 22 and 2.'!, in subdivision
23 of section 16, block 5, north range
2, west; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11,
12, block 4 of lot 387A, group 2; lots
2 to 6 inclusive, block 14 of southeast quarter section 4, township 9-
lot 5, block 3 of lot 387A, group 2;
lot 38, block 2 of lot 3S7A, group 2;
lots 21, 22, block 3 of southeast quarter section 4, township 9; lots IS, 19,
block . of southeast quarter section
4, townsliip 9; lot 22, block 16 of
southeast quarter section 4, township
9, map 519; lot 23, block 16 of southeast quarter section 4 township 9.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in the said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty-five
days from the day of the first publication of this notice upon you, and
in default of a caveat or certificate
of lis pendens being filed within such
period, or in default of redemption
before registration, you and each of
you will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to
or in respect of the said land, and I
shall register The Corporation of the
Township or District of Surrey as
owner thereof in fee. And I hereby
order that publication of this notice
for thirty days in a daily newspaper
published in New Westminster will
be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
N'ew Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 29th day of March, A.
D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To David Miller, William A. McCal-
liam Davis, Henry Fraser, Henry
Kells, Harold Ponsford, Allen Spiers,
George Stone, Robert Lyness, Margaret G. Cooper, John Roberts, Richard
Hosking, Hugh T. Crossley, John E.
Hunter.
i,- i   i i
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lots 29 and 30, Block K, St. Andrew's Square, Map 105,  New West-
of   other   transcontinental   rail-       Over  One   Hundred   Mile  Course,
ways.    As it  Is  just   now  we are  In      New York. June 5.���A race of more
the' hands of our eglneers, The ques-, than 100 miles between an aeroplane | minster ~city'
tion of labor supply is a big factor)and an express train is being planned! whereas proof of the loss of Certi-
in railway construction. Taking every- by Charles K. Hamilton, the aviator. ficate of Title xumber 1726 p issued
thing into consideration I see no rea-j Mr.  Hamilton said today that  he in-]ln thp name of* An|ay  Morrison, has
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
I at the expiration of one month from
son why we should not have the main
line from Edmonton to the coast finished within four years. We are now
extendiim the main line west of Ed-
tended to race a train over the Long 11
Island railroad from Jamacia to Mon-
tank,  a  distance of about  105  miles,
and that he would fly over the tracks
all the way. He is confident that he
is able to outstrip any train for that
distance.
island from Victoria
to Barclay Sound. Engineers are now
in the field.    The work on the upper
E u!e v;:ir!^or^c^.a"eaVler taxes Is increasing in seriousness. The
"Your  company   is   credited    with
the    intention
Revolt   Grows   in   Seriousness.
Constantinople. June 5.���The revolt
Albania against  the  new  Turkish
I continued   successes   of   the   Turkish
of    making    Barclay! troops  are  comparatively  ineffective,
port,'
las the Albanians are adopting a metlv
od of guerilla warfare which De Wet
the date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made co me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C., May 6. 1910.
LAND ACT.
!
I
i
clerk,
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY \'
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS-Corner   Eleventh   and Carline. PHONE 473     J
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���A^-mJ&ii-tVram*^^ gaBEafflRBaHfflEafiMBSWSmaP
Beef, EVIuitoei, Veal,
Pork and PouStry
[QUALITY THE BEST.
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
^^
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645  COLUMBIA  STREET.
Ei
"Tour letter never came. You should
have brought the Information yourself."
"Are you sure about the letter?"
"James." colled Hooker  to a
"nre there nny  letters that
been dellvwd to me?"
������There wns one came. sir. a few days
ago. Vou know that you ordered all
letters on which the postage was not
pakl in full to be left nt the postolllce.
There whm S cents due on this one, nnd
refused to pay It."
"Oh, heavens'." groaned Hooker.
"Was It from England'.'" asked Earle
of the clerk.
"1 think It wns."
"It must have been a mistake of the
clerk's at the British post ollice. 1 put
on stamps to cover tbe cost as he quoted lt to mo."
Hooker's head dropped on his desk.
Irritated some time before at receiving
unstamped letters (at that time such
letters were delivered), he had given
orders that all mall on which nny
mone. was due should not be taken
from "the postofflce. For refusing to
pay 8 cents he had been ruined.
'���How much Iron have you on hand?"
asked Earle.
"A hundred thousand tons." groaned
the speculator without taking his head
off his desk.
"Well. Mr. nooker, cheer up. It's
not so bad, after all. 1 took a big risk
while abroad. I sold lu your name
Just as the panic began 125,000 tons to
be delivered ln ninety days."
"Wlrnt!"
"1 sold for you 125.000 tons at about
what your stock cost you. There'll be
some iow figures today on the publication of this news. Perhaps I'd better
po on to tho exchange and buy a part
of It In."
Hooker fell on his nephew's neck.
There wus a profit on the transaction
of many thousand dollars, and from
that day Earle took tts uncle's pluce
us tho "Iron king."
the Pacific. The chief port will be
where the largest business can be secured," Mr. Mann laughingly replied.
Mr. Mann stated that the railway
company had not yet disposed of its
war.
CAUSE OF ECZEMA EXPLAINED.
bare not'bonds for the  British  Columbia  por-
| tion of the line.
"There is no hurry about that," said
he In referring to Mr. Mackenzie's re-;
cent visit to London on other business. "It is usually our custom to
build hundreds of miles of road out of
our own resources before seeking to
place the bonds.
"When I passed through Winnipeg
on Tuesday 1 was informed that our'
road had already laid 150 miles of
branch lines on the prairies this season. I look for a repetition of these
figures before harvest, and by fall we
Bhould have for the year a record of
500 miles of new lines. There will be
the Inevitable scarcity of labor during
tho harvest season.".
Royal Bank in England.
London, June 5.���The Royal Rank
of Canada will shortly establish a
branch here having secured quarters
at No. 2 Bank Buildings. Princess
street, opposite the Bank of England.
The location secured is right In the
heart of what is known as the Canadian section of the financial district
of London.
Germs  Fester  in the  Skin and   Blood
Cures Are Impossible.
After years of debate medical authorities are now agreed that Eczema
and other skin diseases are not seated
in the blood, but are caused by germs
ln the skin. Myriads of microscopic
animals gnaw the flesh just below
the epidermis. The patient Is perfectly healthy, it Is only the skin that is
diseased. Hence, scientists are now
agreed that you must cure the skin
through the skin.
1 The medicine must he in liquid
form in order to penetrate properly,
as salves and ointments clog the
pores without reaching the inner
skin.
The remedy that will search out and
destroy the disease germs, stop the
itch and soothe the healthy tissue is
that mild, clean, compound of oil of
wintergreen, thymol, glycerine, etc.,
known as D. D. D, Prescription.
The instant you wash with this
soothing litiuid you will find the itch
relieved. We positively assure you
of this.    Prank McKenzie. Druggist.
Write the D. D. D. Laboratories.
Department N. N.. 23 Jordan Street.
Toronto, for a free trial bottle, and
prove lt yourself.
New  Westminster  Land  District.
Take notice that James Bateman,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, stonecutter. Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of a small island
lying about 10 chains north of Nelson
Island: thence northerly, westerlv,
southerly and easterly, along the
shore to the place of commencement;
containing 6 acres more or less.
JAMES  BATEMAN,
Applicant.
JOHN F. BAGGS.
April 20, 1910. Agent.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Notice.
All vehicles while waiting on Columbia street must stand lengthways
with the street, and not back up
against the sidewalk, so that there
may be sufficient room for vehicles
and especially the fire teams to pass
along the street with safety to the
public.
By  Order: W.  A. DPNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, May 27, 1010.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
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to   pave   and   boulevard
Second
The City Council has decided
street at once.
I have only nine lots left on Second street.    Prices from  .500 to
$800.    One-fourth  cash:   balance 6, 12 and IS months.
The owner has given me orders  to raise the price $150 per lot
more after the thirtieth day of June.   So hurry.
Peter Peebles
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.8. LAURENTIC���
Triple screw,  14,900 tons.
MEGANTIC���
Twin   screw,    14,900   tons,
largest   and   most   modern.
I S.S.
commodatlon equal
Ing the  Atlantic.
The
Ac-
to any cross-
Columbia   Street. P^one 307.
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For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY
JUNE
A ���     "
Something New in
Floor .Wax
The easiest way to
finish  a floor  is to
saturate a soft cloth
with Columbus Liquid Wax and apply
lightly to the floor,
let it dry for about
fifteen   minutes,
and  bring  to a
polish by light
rubbing with a
soft cloth.
No brush to push ��� no work ��� no
backache.   Resists heel-rn arks,
scratching, and water will not turn it
white.   Goes farther and lasts longer
than any paste wax.    Try it!    Be
sure to ask for the genuine
*Cq_fa_m��Ua4*r
The Easiest Appliefl Floor Finish
Sold by
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
The .Misses Henderson will not receive again until the autumn.
To  Furnish
Fales.
an  Office,   see
W.   E.
��<
Yesterday was unusually quiet In
police circles, the cells remaining
empty all day.
The proper place to dine is at the
Bohemian Cafe, Depot Hotel block.
The hest of everything.
Mrs. A. II. Ferguson and Mrs. Margaret Long, delegates from Beulah Rebekah Lodge No. 5, I. 0. O. F.. leave
today for the grand lodge of the Re-
bakabs assembly at Kamloops. which
will be in session on Tuesday and
Wednesday. Mesdames S. J. Peatce,
George W. Gilley and W. A. Gilley
will  also attend the convention.
30 Dozen        FINE        25c Each
STRAW SAILORS
**
Phone  L-528 for till  kinds of
ing.   .1. II. Huggard.
team-
**
Mr. and Mrs. Insley, accompanied
by Miss Thelma Insley, spent the
week-end in Vancouver with relatives.
A payment of %2y> procures a lot in
South Westminster from Hale Bros,
cfc Kennedy, Ltd. These lots are iu
great demand. **
Mrs. F. C. Meyers, who has been
visiting relatives in Wenatchee and
Seattle for the past seven weeks, returned to the city on Saturday.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
If every young man tind young
woman fully realized the advantages
of pursuing a course at this institution and then the opportunities offered
for profitable and congenial employ-
not hesitate in
as an avenue
give the same
ment. he or she would
selecting this School
for advancement.    We
A lot on First street is surely a desirable thing to have.   See S. Fader. *
The   Anti-Tuberculosis   society   will
hold ;i meeting this afternoon at three
o'clock in the board of trade room at,
the city hall.
A ground floor, legitimate business
proposition offering certain and exceeding large profit to a man with a
few thousand dollars in one year can
he learned ahout by writing to
"Inland," P. O. Box 34'J, City.       **
The B. C. Permanent Loan company.
of Vancouver, is just in receipt of a
message from London to the effect
that the recent issue of debentures
of the company is being rapidly sub
scribed. The company has a large
amount of available funds for loaning
purposes, and is prepared to settle
promptly all applications for first mortgage loans on dwelling houses. For
loans applv to National Finance company. Limited. Branch Office. Coluin-
bia street, over Curtis' Drug Stori
11. P, Latham. Local Manager, **
Regular values 35c to $1.50. on sale this week.   This large number    or    Women's   Whit
Straw Sailors���English made every  one,  not   a   hai   of  Inferior  guide   in   the   lot.
we must sacrifice;  hence the low price.   Hats ol all si/es are pro curable���girls,   ml   ,
narrow    medium  and   wide  brims.    See our small show windows.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Keith left for
Kamloops yesterday, where they will
conscientious attention to placing our! attend the meetings of the Rebekah
students into positions as we do to j assembly wliich commence there to-
lnstruction. Satisfied students are | morrow,
our best advertisement.
CHARGE   OF   INCENDIARISM.
Two Men Accused of Setting Woman's
House on Fire.
Ottawa, June 5.���On the charge of
burning a house belonging to G. 1 .
Head, fo Ay 1 win, on May 5 last, together with a quantity of furniture
belonging to Mrs. Cavanagh, Mr, Carr.
a wealthy landowner of Aylwin. and
Silar Cornish, who was employed by
Mrs. Cavanagh as hired man, were
brought into Hull on Saturday and appeared before Judge Goyetto, who remanded them for preliminary investigation on Monday. The houso which
was destroyed was newly constructed
and was valued at $4,0ou.
A. L. BOUCK,
610   Columbia   St. Principal.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcaes for Ladies from .1275
np.
Silver Watches,    gents'    open face
16.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents'  open    case.
17.50 up.
Agent
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty
for    Waltham   and     Elgin
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E.  R. Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT  SERVICE
GIVE   US   A    TRIAL
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
Good Food Is a Tonic���A Stimulant
���the best that any person can have,
in  the  springtime.    It   helps  to build
' up the  system  after  the   ravages  of
! winter,   and   makes   you   feel   healthy
I and  happy.    Get   a  line  on  our  new
| spring  dishes   that   we   are   serving.
Come tonight���"The Royal Cafe." **
At the regular meeting of the city
council tonight the several bylaws
wliich have been under consideration
I for the past two weeks will probably
i be finally passed.
For a pleasant cool drink, try tlie
I Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. **
I'ntil   further   notice   the  Bank   of
Montreal,   \cv   Westminster,  will   be
! open  for  business Saturday  evenings
from 7 to \) o'clock. **
Floyd Branon fell while playing
] baseball at "Millside Saturday and
[fractured his leg. He was brought to'
ithe Royal Columbia hospital, where
I his leg was set by Dr.  Rothwell.
The Bohemian Cafe will in future
' be open all night. Special arrange-
| ments for private parties. **
See Fales for Bed Lounges. Guaranteed goods at prices cheaper than
the cheapest. **
The provincial assizes will resume
operations today with the retrial of
August Charlie, over whom the jury
disagreed last week. The sentences
in the other cases which have been
tried mav be delivered some time today.
BAD   BLAZE   IN   MONTREAL.
Trunk and Bag Factory Suffers
$40,000   Damage.
Montreal, June 5.���Fire on Saturday night did $40,000 damage to the
building on Notre Dame street in
which J. E. Furnier's trunk and bag
factory is located. The blaze was a
fierce one while it lasted, but good
: work by the brigade kept it from
spreading.
The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Billiard company's stoie was somewhat
damaged by smoke and water. Several firemen were slightly injured.
All Trimmed
Sailors half price
New   York   trimmed   Sail us
sem ..ready    Straw    Hats   in    8
great variety of the newest
Shapes. Velvet hand trimmings
are used to a larger extent on
ti large number of these popular hats.
Half   Price   This   Week.
Special Reductions on Children's Silk and
Muslin Bonnets
Reductions of 25 to 35 per
cent prevail on all these attractive little headwear pieces. Sl e
the selection on sale this week.
Hairlyke
Hair Nets
10c Each,
Large    size    h ..
blonde,   light    brown
dark brown, and I
-,-���
cial  feature of thi    net :. ���'.'
tact thai a hairpin
an appreciated ,-. d
in".-.
Another Lot of
SMART TAILORED NECKWEAR
.lust   in   Saturday   afternoon, one of the nicest assortments of  Washable   High  Grade   '
shown in the neckwear section.    Worthy  of special   mention  are the Tailored Pique '        I      i Sell
Lace Trimmed Muslin Sets, Tailored  Stocks,  Irish  I.ace .labels,   Delicately   Colored   Jal
ered Linen Collars, etc., prices, from, each. 25c to    $1J
ROOSEVELT  THANKED   FOR
NOT    VISITING    RUSSIA
Xew York, June 6.���The executive
committee of the national federation
of Jewish organiztitions has adopted
resolutions thanking Colonel Theodore
Roosevelt for not visiting Russia and
Roumania. which count ties, it is
pointed out. are the centers of anti-
Jewish sentiment. The resolutions
will be submitted to a mass meeting
which will be held here shortly In
protest against the expulsion at Kiev
and if carried by the meeting they
will be forwarded to Colonel Roosevelt.
The American Jewish commission
yesterday received the following cablegram from Bet Iin:
"Expulsion continues throughout
Russia. At the lowest estimate 30,-
000 victims are involved, 7.000 of
whom are from Kiev."
TEACHERS  ORGANIZE.
SPECIAL
For ii short time we are offering
Razor Strops worth One Dollar for
Fifty Cents. Can sell you spectacles
cheaper than others and no fit no pay.
We are agents for Kodaks and supplies. Arsenate of Lead for Caterpillars.    Ask  for quotations.
Spectaclps 50 rents up
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
DRUGS-SPECTACLE-SEED   STORE
New Westminster, B. C. Phone 43, 71.
COME AND
SEE US
In Our New Quarters in the
DEANE BLOCK
Four  Doors   East   of   Rank   of
Montreal
We Have Just Received a Fresh
Stock of Popham's Chocolates
. A. Mil I CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Columbia St.   New Westminster.
Considerable attention is at present
being paid to First street property. S.
f'ader nas a good proposition on the
market. **
Manager Tidy, of the Opera house,
, received word Saturday that the date
of the appearance here of "The White
Squaw," the sister play of "The Squaw
I Man.' has heen changed from June liU
to the twentieth of the same month.
The Westham came Into port yesterday with a general cargo from Victoria.
South     Westminster     property     is
handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy, !
Ltd,   Call in and see them, and they
will put before you some good things, j
A liver tragedy was narrowly averted on Saturday, when little Fred
Smith, the six-year-old son of P.
Smith, a painter in the employ of I. |
Hudson, fell Into the Praser off the.
C, P. R. wharf, He was quickly rescued by some men who happened to
be standing near and was taken home
none the worse for the ducking.
For  Bprlng plants  or  ent  flowers,
phone Davies' Greenhouse. R208.      *" '
Anything In our line 10 to 2d per
cent,  saved  for  you.    Fules.        **
The real estate and Insurance bus-
Ini ss conducted for some time in this
city under the name of Hales Bros. &
Kennedy has been taken over by the
Kennedy brothers, who will carry on
the business, for some time at least,
under the old designation and at the
same address. Messrs. Hale will remain in the city, but have no definite
'pluns of their future activities to
announce tit present.
MANY   MONTENEGRINS
ARE    UNDER   ARREST
Cordova, June 5.���Warrants were
issued here yesterday by l'nited
States Commissioner Tucker charging 220 Montenegrins with vagrancy.
Action was taken In order to provide
food for the destitute men. two of
whom dropped exhausted in the street
from lack of food.
The men came here on fraudulently
secured tickets, expecting employment on the railroad, but the company refused to employ them.
The city is unable to send the itu-n
outside without seriously distressing
the schools and other branches of the
municipality. An effort is being made
to secure a revenue cutter.
TROLLEY TAKES TOLL OF
110  LIVES   IN  CHICAGO
Chicago, June 6.���One hundred and
ten human lives were snuffed out in
Chicago by street cars in the eleven
months from July 1, 1909, to May 31���
1910, according to a report submitted
t;o Corporation Counsel Fdward J.
Brunduge yesterday by city Attorney
John R. Caverly. Fourteen of these
fatalities occurred during May, in
which month there were also 322 persons injured, many of them seriously.
Twenty of the Injured were children
under the age of ten years who were
playing in the street when struck.
Thirty-nine were hurt because of getting on or off moving cars, and eighty-
four others were hurt In crossing from
one side of the street to the other
after alighting from cars.
Some of the most serious accidents
happened to Intoxicated persons.
Pedagogues Qualified for  High  School
Work Form Association.
Vancouver, June 5.���The formation
of the High School Teat hers' Association of liritish Columbia was effected
yesterday afternoon at a representative gathering of High scliool teachers
from various points throughout the
province, those unable to be present
sending messages expressing full approval with the aim of the organization, Which is to further the professional interests of High school teachers and increase ihe general efficiency
of those composing the teaching staffs
of secondary schools. The proposed
constitution was submitted for consideration, discussed tind finally adopted,
with few slight amendments. Membership is open to all men or women
actually engaged In the High schools
of Hritish Columbia. A business
meeting Is to be held annually during
lhe week In which the provincial
teachers' convention is held and.
whenever possible, at  the same place.
For purposes of organization the
province has been divided into four
sections; viz.. Vancouver and adjoining (list rict; New Westminster and
outlying localities; Kamloops and adjacent district; Nelson ami nearby
points. I'm each division a vice in si
dent an I si cretary have b -en appointed,  these   in   tain   subject   to  Mie   con
trolling authority which is vested ia
the general officers, wbo are appointed as follows; Honorary presld mt,
ll. M. Stramberg, New Westminster;
Honorary vice president. Mis ll. E.
Young. Victoria; president, Thomas
Pattlson, Vancouver; first vice president, Mi'. Smith, Victoria; secretary-
treasure r, Mr. Suter. Vancouver, with
officers lor the four sections as under;
District [.���Flrsl vice president, Mr.
Smith, Victoria; secretary, Miss llur-
rls. District il.���Vice president, Mr.
McMillan; secretary, Miss McNiven;
both of N'ew Westminster. Distrlcl
HI.���Vi<c- president, Mr. Matthews,
Kamloops; secretary, Miss McNaiigh-
ton, Kelowna. District IV.���Vice
presldenl, Mr. Fraser, Nelson; secretary, Mr. Clothier, Rossland.
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\ Some Special Snaps
X  THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY	
* 5 lots on Second street.    Fxcellent   view.    Streets on  three sides
J    of   this   property.     $350   each.   Terms.
:10   lots  extending   from   First   to   Second   street.     This   property
Is especially  well  situated.    Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
X   Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
|     F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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PARROT   IS   INNOCENT
CAUSE   OF   NEAR
RIOT
Lisle, France, June 5.���An extraordinary riot has been caused here by
a parrot. Some years ago a man
named Qelper won a prize of ��40,000
in the Press lottery |M Paris. He built
a house with the money and bought
a parrot.
Two days ugo the parrot went for
an excursion into Lille, ami m. Qelper
offered a reward of ten shillings to
any one who would bring It hack. A
uian named Bosch and another man
named Fouls caught the parrot and
Claimed the reward.
Then they quarrelled, and the result wus a light In which tin Immense
crowd took sides. Bosch has three
ribs broken and M. Qelper has a black
eye.
WILL MAKE ATTEMPT
TO SWIM CHANNEL
New   York,  June  .",. A   most   ile,'
mined effort will be made to swim the
English channel this season, it is
nearly thirty-five years since Capt.
Webb paddled across, and though
many attempts have been made nut
one man has succeeded, of those who
have tried it the best attempt stands
to the credit  of Jappy  Wolffe,  who
came within ti qua] ter of a  mile of the
shore and had to be pulled oul of
the water, being so exhausted that
he could not make another stioke.
Montague A. Holbein, who came
almost tis close its Wolffe eight years
iigo.  is  preparing  Tor  another dash.
Others who have tried ate Ted Heaton, of Liverpool, and Dragolloub Vol
Milltchovitch, who won the long distance championship of Servla, He
is a powerful man, twenty-eight years
of age. In the way of preparation
he swims for one hour every day In
the Danube. Holbein has started to
take long spins, but Wolffe has begun In real earnest, lie swims over a
two mile stretch near Plight West
Pier despite the fact that Hie water
registers as low as forty-elghl degrees.
KING   GEORGE   V.   MAY
DESIGN   NEW   STAMPS
London, Jure fi King Qeorg" being
ttti ardent philatelist, owning perhaps
the mos' valuable collection of stamps
oil   earth,   it   |g   expected   that   tho   Hew
issue of British stamps will be a
marked Improvement on the present
Rdwnrdlan series.
'I here Is plenty of room fur litis
Improvement, and complaints have
been  made  thai   there  Is a  Blngular
lack   of   artistic   effort   In   llie   coloring
and design of tb" stamps now In use,
Most of the larger Hritish colonies.
particularly Canada and South Africa,
ate far ahead of the ohi country in
that respect, and some of the Canadian issue already bear an excellent
likeness of King deorge���ns Prince of
Wales, of course.
It Is pointed out, that, with the exception of Russia. England Is the only
country Issuing stamps which do not
bear any Indication, beyond the head
of the sovereign, of the country of
their origin. Collectors are looking
eagerly forward to the Issue of the
Qeorge V. .tamps, which ls not ex-,
peeled  until  next year.
We have a
Grand  Display of
ED. SMITH'S
GRAPl
JUICE
This  is  the
finest summer drink
yet
Pint Bottles 25c|
Try One
PRIEST  DIES AT ALTAR.
Sways and Falls With Hands Uplifted
for Benediction.
Geneva. June !>.���The religious procession and service on Ascension day
at Altdorf, the chief town in the canton of Uri, came to nn abrupt and
tragic   end.     The   procession,   led   by
Cure Kappler, who was supported by
acolytes, entered the church, and the
priest, praying, mounted the stops of
the altar, When all the persons were
In the building the priest faced lhe
congregation and with uplifted hands
began to repeat the benediction, when
he swayed and fell dead on the altar
steps.

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