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 ��i kite Rock
��'W DE   PROPERTY
Jte shiles & co.
\ Camping
1 "WHITE   ROCK,' THE   HuACE
���      J\ WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
i of annfls
HI GUARD HERO
CENTB.
CONFLICTING RUMORS RIFE
OVER MCFERRAN'S DEATH
i
,rk , Lice Depart-
L. arrangements
[protect B ��sevelt.
EDITOR-JUSTICE WOULD
NOT RESIGN OFFICE
BIG FIGHT WILL
GO 10 GOLD!
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Possibility    cf    Pcwer    Having    Been
Turned   on   While   Lineman   Was
Working  Is Being  Investigated.
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Press   Summarily   Dismiss
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,.  coming  to.
U be were In
police are taK-
From  the
, , al quaran-
b)  the ki ''ii
force.   Borne ol
at hla elbow,
d among the
,ii.  bead   ol
, m   take  pe -
. ���,ner   Baker   todaj
pectora    forty-
t, :   -Hi   .     1 (0
, n -I twenty
i land parade.
i boati will
.. i��� the I ' ���
. 2,000 SpaniBh
. to th< Boob-
bringing the I ' il
.   and   polio     on
min.
i !i loni l
.,:.     The
,.  will  be  to
,n of ail out-
Liberal Executive Makes Representations to Ralph Smith,
M. P., Who Promises H-��� Will Use Every
Means to Include This City in
Premier's Itinerary.
i  i i
unit
during tin
thai
Laurier will vlsll this clty
forthcoming wi  tern ;" tr,
Bumors are rife concerning the
manner In w lilch Jamei McFei ran mei
his death al v. i tmli tei .1 unction a
-,i w days ago. Mi K> i ran was electrocuted bj coming In contact with
a live wire i I I coroner's jury re-
rn ned a   verdicl   to I lial  effei t,  with
;i rider thai 	
less or in i     i    i is o .���. n.
foreman at ��� Jum Hon had ��� ' '     ,"'''11
telephoned I -   lhe   powi          i o   to """'"  wll     tl      end in  vl >\   by I ie
have   t] i    cul                    I the liberal executive.   A
���   .  i| islnter- fl                   i an Invitation was senl
pri tatlon ol ordi M   !'   ''
,1,,,,,. to comi  bere and disc i            |uestio.a
li la now polnti d oul that I i the local offlc; rs.    tt
power wire   which   Mel errun went ti '
mend,    was   tt           on  th.          lei lv   Ident A.  E.  Kellli
crossh                                        a Impressed   upon  blm  i  i
ttte caBe,  II   woul 1   \,o ���               district  lncl ided   In
anyone  to cl                               ���   I be preml           n�� rary.
Promises t0  He'P
\isii"l   sixteen   years   ago.   It    haa
grov i. bo   ������ Bince then, sure enough.''
E li   Willi nl Laurier is due to arrive
in Vi iuver on Tuei day, August   111,
wh ii he will address a mass meeting.
lie Ib nol due in si eak a. ain until
two days later, on Thursday, when he
[B ti ive an address In Victoi la. Fi om
Vlctoi ,i he goes to Prince Bu] ert,
refu In from the terminus of the
G. T. i\ mi Aui ui - -I. llis next
mi .   i.i ! lamloo] a on ibe nlghl
ni   ' '���.-���  I wenty-sl :th.
May   Be   Here   on   August   17.
In all probabUitj  the premlet 's 1111>
wi     i   io arrani ed i hai he will honoi
Westmlnstei  with a visit on Wednes-
"���������   oni
Provincial   Government.
Victoria,  June   17.���"Resign   volun-1
tarlly!     Not   for   any   government!'
'This was the reply of Editor Clement,
of The Penticton Piess, who brought
upon his head the Bcorn of the community by publishing an article after I
the funeral of King Edward VII. questioning the sincerity of the state ol
mourning into which the Iiii'isa  Empire  was  plunged.
The entire prov.'.ire of British Columbia, however,  .vas rouse"! to such
a pitch that the authorities couldn'1
overlook the Incident.    On the editor
refusing to resign liis ofiice as justice
of the peace he was summarily *'���-
mil s. d.
Stage the Jeffries-Jo
Battle in Nevada.
-X
o
)n
dis-
pi    tion Is that the power w"s tui ted      M -i..            is!   iT. this being the only
on when he was up tin I  &\             o] en  day  in  the published
Thi re                                    on Bui �� program of 1 La itlni rary.   If this d ite
rani   Inlet   not                     I        ���                         e neci el          its is b               le, or If t] <��� pren Ier nei ds
can                   ejto the large number                        - a .<   I   if ter his long and arduous jour-1
n   rumo                       '��� tion ol his trip had  n&,             hi il   .imnitiiieiu.it la likely
een cul  do bly, and 11      |   .   da e of his address in the Capital]
,.   had   made    i necessary   to  wipe  off  civ will be altered to permli  him to
-, Arrest Ci c
!   ���   g    III       tO
; ,;    rei "':-
tl   red  In
1 key until
'
large  ad-
rooms   for   to-
thi
to care for
hulk of the
ally be  re-
ns.    When
. ���  will   go
re the win
'       tl I
.   ��� . i '
a   Jap,   v
turning  on a switi
woi ks, en i
ne   thai
��� ath.
Thi
���a hatevi i   bul   I      : ire li
���
ill tin Uinces com
...
Bpjected calls. Is]*
lowever," the   ) om-      pir   Wilfrid  leaves  on  his  tour on
for  Sai lize thai   Jvflj   ".'   and   plans  to  he away  from
������  ' I   ; "i   New  the ci pital about two months,
tster,  and   the district  tribu-|       Liberals Make  Representations.
Railroad  Bill  Approve'!.
Washington,   D.  C,  June  17.���Tin.
Benate today placed its final stamp of
approval on the administration of the
| railroad  bill  by  adopting  the  report
of the conference committee on thai
measure,   The vote ca ne al the clos
of a  day  devoted  to  a   fragmentarj
discussion  of  the  measure  and   was
without,  special  feature.    The  report
prevailed   by   a   large   majority,   the
ayes being fifty and the nave eleven.
All  of the  negative  votes  were cai
by democrats.
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San Francisco, .lane 17.���Tex ������
Rickard announced to.iay to ~-
the Ass iclated Pn ss, on re-
i i ipi ni' a t< legram trom Morris Sullivan, ol Goldfleld, Ney.,
that the ���)< Hi les Johnson lighi
would be held there on July
i. Sullivan guar nte< ing $120,-
000 to t be  I t on ui ers.
"Sullivan is an old friend of
mine and absolutely dependable." says Blckard. "The
flghi will go to Goldfleld on-
ii .', a much bi ter o ter should
ome from i ome otl er Ne. ida
< Ity, which is hardly likely."
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TO SPEND MILLIONS
ON MONTREAL HARBOR
s   it.   was   learned   here
thai  no provision had been made for
the ((iming here of Canada's premier
in, the executive of the Liberal assi elation set to work to remedy. v   ���-	
state   of   affairs,   the   secretary, Ithe purpose of makin;
i urn  Ed. Goulet, wiiting letters to the pre-
at once  rjjjfer calling bis attention to the un
Minster  in  fortunate omission, and also  sendi"'
o It, 1      so lnereasi d In tin
��� ��� ai  lt would be a mi  I .
oul   our i
���   ������      i or ri ason,
to i Hoy; 1 City.    As
il
Sir Wilfrid's tour, 1 am
n i   ns will -'	
taken  I    includt   We tminsier m mciuimic ^,.,...^ , 	
to be visited bj the copies of the communication to Sena
Bryan Defends Missionaries.
Edinburgh, June 17.���William J.
Bryan addressed the evening session
of the World's Missionary conference,
lie refuted the objections to missions.
and said that missionaries were mu h
less apt to gi I nations Into trouble
than persons who wi nt abroad for
money.
I
;, n now  in
^^^^^H who
. .    gi
the   sake   of
i be revenue
h   will   take
{leavi    at   all
I, den pending
Kalserin   \ i
,   ! arbor, bul
.111 | e obliged
���   i
Canadian   Government   Hns   Plans  for
Harbor   and   Docks   to   Handle
Largest   Ships.
M  EATS  PINS   AND
DRINKS   RAW  ALCOHOL
Bent nn
. ���   .  a wo-
Fi rd   ��as   found
tMiiin   down
e -'ci day after-
.������ .i\f'i     ^^^^^
���'���.. the  pattol
I ed ��itii greal
I i ward of the
I illl
17.���Vice C
P. I "t man  mi   i wing j
��� .   the   comprehensive   plans
itreal '���
���"*-. 1,000.
'1 b( ��� ' ' in-   made   a   loan
���   - 000 I        e  Montreal  harbor
! commission   ! ��� nee  the  woi .
During  the   past eii
(10.1        ent i
. nts.    The board of cor
���   ginei        ���   ommended
'.period   "i   construction
ovei elghl to twi
ind forced  of J2.500,000 per
"As soon as I return home, which
bo  i indaj.   1   will
with   Senator   Bostock
and   with   tlie   Libel al    e ������ :utive   of
er  with  a   view  to  arr
le foi      ��� ip to this
��� ltj bj Canad l's lea ling 11 il sman.
Will   Not   Know   Westminster.
"When our genial  leadi r comes to
eluded Mr. Smith, with
lie, "he will have to b<   told II
New W< stminstei. for he (ei talnly
v, ill nol  i'M' nl; f it ;is the place 1"'
tor Bostock and to Kalph Smith.    The
i.i   ���     was also advised that the citizens of W( Btmlnster, of all shades of
political faith, were anxious to hear
Sir   Wilfrid   speak   here,   and   urging
upon him the advisability of making
such   arrangements  as  would   permit
tbe lea Ier to come to the Royal City.
As  soon as word  is received here
thai   the  premier   has  definitely   decided   to   make   Westminster   mie   of
his points of call, arrangements will
be commenced for a suitahle reception
l'lthe veteran liberal leader.
-JTKNn TWO MILLIONS
' SURPLUS FOR THE YEAR
Canada's   Revenue   Makes   New   High
Mark���Totals One Hundred and
One   Million  and  a   Half.
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Militia Called Out.
San Francisco, Juno 17.���At a eon-
fi em e attended i j Governor James.
X. Gillett. Adjutant Governor Lauck,
Colonel Plppy, of the governor's staff,
and an offlcer of thi regular army,,
plans were made today to call out the
state militia to stop the Langford-
Kaufman flghi t imori ow.
The conference was hold in the of-
, fflce of Attorney Genera! V. S. Webb*
and, although they would not talk, the-
confi rees  did   not  deny  that   action
had heen taken.
Promoter Louis Blot will not yield.
He declares that ho will hoi 1 the
"contest" if the entire army is turned
out. ,
"1 wlll make the soldiers slop the
tight." he said.
Following is the governor's order
,io Adjutant General Lauck:
"Mi/ke necessary arrangements at
once to have two companies of nu'.ifkt
in San Francisco at 2 p, m. Saturday,.
June IS. to prevent a prizefight between Kaufman and Langford if pev
lice of city do not interfere.
Signed) "J. X. GILLETT."
BOMB THROWN AMONG
SQUAD OF GENDARMES
OPERATIVES ACVOCATE
EXPERIMENTAL MILL
I
attending   pliv-
ii  chance  for
SE FOR BRITAIN IS
JKUHED AT THE HAQfiEfeS
Rrhect
i
' .'���
Occupied
His Argu
Dispute.
Eight
ncnt
'������
lftetT��.
sbore
1
_J f-'laii.,
f'M (ran,
"dlnn
IAmeric-;,n
had i.
���	
*T fights.
I Sin,, the,
itnon wltl
Is'" Roben
i d 17,    W  the Fish-
Sir   Kol"Tt   Fin-
erlcan  fiahermen
ible   io   British   and
. ilatlons on the
,i French fishermen
ible to them. Prior
1904, on the i i called
,i n foundland, coun-
had alwaya laid claim
hts. and for thai te:i-
lei   tn  avoid   trouble
��� ii   Britain   had  ab-
pressing the question of
French BaherleB.
'iiii.ii.   on   the   other
��� r claimed such exclu-
��� treaty of 1818 mere-
the liberty  tp  Rah In
the Kngflsh fishermen.
I'inlay   turned   to   the
io   whether   American
���H ���
.ve years, al tin  late
.w,�����. .... >- r     chief fea
tures of the pi . le:
i     '.. Ii .'    qua) s to give bei ths for
twenty-four oceai vt ssi Is of i
or v"" reel  long, with an aggre   I
: e of    16,880.    Ncu     low-level
quays, 5,800 lineal feet. Combined
.ma oi low-level ami high-level extension,    seventy-four    acres.      New
rea,    l,3S     Bquare
feed. Two new elevators with exten-
systems, with a com-
:y of 2,000.000 bushels.
Additional high-level railway tracks
on th ��� uharu's twentj two miles long,
A bridge extending in sections from
the foot vt st, Peter Btreel to the
ore, touching on Blckerdike
i ter, Guard pier, and St. Ht leu's la-
land; this iii ldi e to aci ommodnte four
rallwa) tracks, provide foi railway
and elei Irlc ti am ; oi tui ion, \ ehlcular
trafllc, ami establl ih n bouli fiird, A
Idrj dock and shl) s' repair yard on the
t Guard pier, changln l he i ntrnnce to
Lachine canal. Ai rangomenl toi ��� n
11 ,;;iri' ol Qeon Ian t; ���.- c��nal at tlie
! \m bi end oi i he v\ost
l Ier, near Victoria
. : i arbor to
thiiiy five feel
One   Officer
Mortally
Neai
Ki   :d   and   Four   Others
W.    ided   in  Outrage
Warsaw,   Russia.
Would    Have    Government    Establish
Plant  fer  Testing  Comparative
Qualities  of  Wheat.
Warsaw, Russia, June 17.���A bombl
was exploded with fatal results In a
.   I of gendarmes al  the Gordzisk
-ui on the Vienna  railroad, thirty
miles  from   here,  today.    One  of  the
gendarmes  was  killed  outright, four
received   mot tal   wounds   and   their
i  was slightly injured.
bomb thrower was arrested,
niempt  is being made by  the
St. Louis, June IT.���The operative
millers of America yesterday recommended to the agricultural department
that an experimental mill he established at Washington,. D, t'.. in charge
of   a   reliable   and  competent   miller
nd thai the mill be made a part of
of agriculture equip
lo
���| he
An
uthor,tleS * Tadol^hen Centonl
of    the    gen-
violence   the
with   that   at
(colonel i    Wonstatski,   _.
shot   and   killed   by' a
es,   was
the
a   uniform
!nK boats could employ Newfound-
'":   or otl er persons not of Amer-
L?,atlonalu5   ;'��   fishermen,    tie
;";"""'! ti,,!  ihey could  not. be-
. "", treaty  of  1818   mentioned
���"'  thai   only   Americans  could
I. '"I'liiycd.
aiii,'di',,"!r''"''"''1   '"  iu'sue   that   New-
oim.ii'   , W;,s ^titled to forbid New-
I.I., "l,Ul'li'i's   lo
8harman Art Violators indicted.
N'-a York, .tune 17.���Frank B.
Hayne, William P, UroVn and Eugeife
Bcale ��� were Indicted by a special federal grand jury this afternoon for
violations of the Sherman aci in connection with the recent bull movement
ln cotton, .lames a. ratten and Maurice E, 11. Rothschild were also named
In the Indictments, Hails were lixed
at  |6,000 each.
John Burns Gives Advice.
London,     June     17.���John     Burns.
president    of   the   local   government
board,    In    n    letter  to  the  London
I boards of  guardians,  points out   that.
i emigration  affords  a  sure means of
extricating   children   from   pauperism
influence of evil suroiindings.
BO,    -.,.
[:ol   emau.   . On    that   occasion
in and :ni accomplice committed
suicide on the spoi.
FEMALE  SUFFRAGE.
June    IT.���Hvitis'.i    suffra-
elated at reports received.
Stipi s thai . ".e from
1900 the divorce rate!
inndlng four equal sm
have  Increased  40
while it  has decreased
suffrage states 7 1-20 i ei
ceiii.    The Increase In    the    United
States tit large is 30 , 18 per cent.
They   argue  that    aqua
works agalnsl  divorce
fragettes  are  centerin
on ;i procession nexl s.,.���.���
suffrage  bill  oi   thl
wllich  will   In
London,
I cites   an
from the 1 '   '
ndoftheOuardl the yeai  IKJto
bridge.    Dredging   in states
depth    of   nice  Btates that
3 \t\ per cent
in tlte tout
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the department
ment.
The reason  for the resolution  was
belief   that   it   is   necessary   that
the  flour  making qualities of  wheat
be  taken  into  consideration   when  it
is recommended to farmers that certain  varieties  ot  wheal     Bhould    be
grown  and   that   it   is   necessary   for
the  agricultural  colleges and  experi-
i tontal stations to have full knowledge
of   the   variety   of   wheat   which   will
produce  lhe   maximum  yield   and  the
hest quality of flolr.
TO LOOK FOR SMUGGLERS.
Ottawa. June  IT.���Final  figures of
revenue and expenditure for the last
fiscal  year,  ending   March  31,   made,
public by the Department of Fin nice j
this  afternoon,  show  a  record    surplus  of  $22,092,185  In  revenue    over
all   ordinary   expenditure.     This   exceeds by over two and one-half millions   the   previous   high     record   of
1907-08,   and   is   live   millions   better
than the estimate  given  by  the  Finance Minister in his budget speech of
' December   last.     The   total   revenue
was $101,501,034, an increase of $16,-
500, i over the preceding year. The
total    expenditure    on    consolidated
fund  account  was  $79,409,849, or $4,-
500,000   less  than   1908-09.    On   capital account last year there wire spenl
$34,114,994,   including   $19,968 064   on
the   construction     of     the
Transcontinental railway.    Out of the
revenue Canada paid last year every j
it tm of ordinary and capital expenditure, exclusive of the National Transcontinental,  and  had  over  $8,500,000
still left towards the construction ot
Ithe railway.   Probably no other country In the world can show anything
like so satisfactory a  financial statement for thc year, and with the rev-1
I emie for tiie current year Increasing
at the rate of $1,500,000 a month indications point to an ev. n \ reati i    ir-
plus for the twelve months.
The net debt of Uie Dominion at
the end of the fiscal year was :. ' 6,.
266,348, an increase daring the -.ear
of $12,336, due. as has l en noted, to
three-fifths of the year's expenditure
on the National Transcontinental rail-
Fight Is a Nuisance.
San Francisco, June 17. Attorney
General Webb this afternoon filed an
application for an injunction against
the Langford-Kaufman fight tomorrow
on tha grounds that it is a public
nuisance.
Military Order Rescinded.
LATER���San Francisco, June 17.���
On the promise of District Attorney
Wykert and Chief of Police Martin
that they would stop the Langford-
Kaufman light tomorrow afternoon.
Governor Gillett announced that hi^
would rescind bis order calling out.
the militia.
Trade Is Improving.
Xew York. June 17.���Bradstreet
says Canadian trade and crop conditions have improve.', as the result of
warmer weather. Montreal states
that wholesale dry goods houses have
done a better business, and there has
National i been a perceptible increase in retail
trade.
BOOKIES Tfl BE SHADOWED
BY SIXTY DETECTIVES
	
Coney     Island     Jockey     Club     Joins
Hands With  Authorities in  Effort
to Step  Race Track Gambling.
���ate
Ipec
al
N'ew York. June 17.���Sixty priva
detectives were engaged by the Coney
island Jockey club today. They all
bled their credentials with the eounty
(Uik in Brooklyn. They have been
. .. Instructed by officers of the SheepS-
rhe  head track to prevent all boQkmsktnr
suffrage
Here the suf-
,  their efforts
Saturday In sup
port  of  the  new
conciliation committee   _..
the  house on  Tuesday.
oliimii  to be    two
the   procession
representing
Introduced In
Thev   expect   the
mllea  long.    Leading
W'l.,'  his  budget   spi ech     Mom     Mr.
Customs Officers Will ">itrol I Fleldl���g ^servatlvely estimated Ue ^       	
the   Detroit   River. total   revenue    at    $97BOOjoou. derations  at   the  tracki    to    arrest
Windsor, ^ne  17. -Sl -lai ^^Uctual^nue wen W - ;o jJ gjgtajj.        ^ ^ wlu,neve,
[fomS* S K recommend* (Jml at $81,000,000.   it fell short ot
,v    ir   smith   Collector of Cub- this by $500,000.
a pri
Unionist   Returned   Unopposed.on
June 11-���" ���  '
iltlg
fere
lorn.
o.ul'1
' .er
hoats.
iranti
and
nol  |,
London. June 17.    W. oged t0- inendatlon follows an
unionist,  was ret' ineil \��   ^90X_ Tlu,  Customs Collector Sn
day for Lewes diviwon dcutU in8pector Herber
80Ut was rendered vac an     - y , ..
of Colonel the Itigl     "'   ' ; won  u.e'TROUT WILL BE
iiiK the
Customs
mation that
of smuggling
who  bave  been
immigration officers at    ���  ^^^^^
dock In many cases find tlieir way In-j $2,411,095.
to  Canada  by  crossing  the  river  in '"
rowboats   or   launches.     Tbe   recom-
investlgation by
mlth and Travel-
t.
ihey congregate, to prevent tlie print-
ia. and publishing of odds and to arrest bookmakers who are detected in
the   act   of   wilting   sheets   in   tbeiv
pockets.
The  action  by  the  Jockey   club  i*
been  inspired  by
^~
^^^^^^   owneis   of
_  _    directors of clubs personally     responsible     for    gambling,
which takes place on their grounds.
and the
lo
serve   on    American
localise  fishing  rights
American  fishermen
because  that  Impression
Interpreted     to     mean
tiltedI Rt r:'1,il;llista  resident  in   the
Mined h       who sent fl8,li,1K boats
uf N'cu-f  y rorelgners to the coasts
Sir Rohndl,inrt'
eim1t  ,'"'"' whose speech occupied
thc i���n     ."   da>'��'   eoncluAed
KonBBentatl��" of t
We.      on  the
Restates.
^-���Hbnna,
Loan   Advertised
, 17_Offerings of the
' e 163 600, four-per-
and $500,000 capl-
Hank
Vancouver
London. Jum
Vancouver loan Ol
cent Stock at 100H,��"- -^ sh.ires
tal stock of the Molwns d ^
of the par value of $100
are advertised here.
  . ,       ,, i>    who won  tlie
Aubrey Fletcher^^ w��>o> ^
8eat  ln *'? Serai   e'ecUons   from
n.p   recent    gem i.n    " , rl).
",C     Williams, liberal ^ 4'5"B
in a total poll of  13,740.
TROUT WILL BE
HATCHED   ARTIFICIALLY
ma-
Itasil
jority
 today
e   Brltlsh  con-
Newfoundland   flflh-
hnjt"". -J^iween Great Britain nnd
Heat Pro.tr.tlon. in c^on9.
Chicago.     June   t ��;   [^ Iiumc,-
Shortly
ENGLISH  BUSINESS MEN
SHOULD VISIT CANADA
-Alderman Twiggs.
���ived home on the
beat, were
today.
Professor H. Lam-
due to oppressive 	
ous throughout the City_----,-     ^    ,.e
before noon the weather bur
������ 84 dP!S a"? high al 92 de
, , <=o,   rroiessor n. uw ��".,-     ...������* i��
London, June 17-
of Bristol, who arr.,^	
Royal George yesterday, says every
business man ought to go to Canada
and then they would realize the greatness of the country and how eager
Canadians are to deal with British
bouses.
Victoria, June 17.���Trout are to be
hatched artificially and the fishing re-
Jorts of British Columbia maintained
at tbe highest possible standard. The
first trou" hatchery of the Canad an
west is under construction at the
headwaters of the Cowicban river
Vancouver Island.   It is costing about
*' F.��om this source it will be possible
to deve'op sufficient fry to keep every
lake and stream so well stocked as
o make the province famous as a
pari for the enthusiastic piscatorial artist.
Deliberation to Be Confidentl?!.
London, June 17. ��� The conferees'
representing tbe government and the
opposition on the subject of tbe lords'
veto legislation bad their first session today. It was agreed that tlieir
deliberations, the scope of which is
to be untrammelled, spould be confidential.
*******************
Big  Reward.
Washington, June 17.���Richard Parr, the customs devpart-
ment deputy at New York wbo
assisted tlie government in recovering $2,000,000 in the sugar
weighing frauds, is to receive
a reward of $100,000.
KERMIT ROOSEVELT
TO  ACT  AS  BEST   MAM
New York. June 17.���Kermit Roose-
j volt, will be best man at the wedding
i of his brother, Theodore, Jr., next
j Monday, instead of Evelyn Irving, the
I death of whose father has made it
I impossible for him to take a prominent part In the ceremony.
After communicating his sympathy
I to  Mr.  Irving,  young   Mr.   Roosevelt.
sent a wireless message to his brother.
>! Kermit,  wbo  Is  now  on  tbe  ocean.
asking  him  to  be  best  man  at  the-
J'Adding    The acceptance came back
'best
"Ifff-
.;'   ��� ',
;������������������������������������������������
Immediately.
"Kermit has never heen a
man,'" said the elder brother.
time he learned how." ���������___
There will be a rehearsal of the"
wedding for the benefit of Kennar
Sunday afternoon. :
.va.
���.it-   l -it
f;    ���   ��:; i| ct
PACE TWO.
iHE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY. JUNE
ii Advertisements  REAL   ESTATE
f-^-*r~m*-^mr^-^
STREET     IMPROVEMENT     DEBE'
TLRE OR   REGISTERED  STOCK
BYLAW, 1910.
WASTED.
r ./- ,.- V" -���" *****************
VAN OMFORTABLB    BOO I
v.. . Ceatnl   location.
Addi ��� '-'���>, City.
WANT ED���YOUNG MAN AS OFFICE
be  capable  sten -
; I   have     knowledge    of
I Apply   by   letter   to
Bo    -     ���  ���������:���  News Office.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Ofl -t.     'acr'.'nern   Crown    Ban*    B  .g.
Phone  646.
^S*^r- mr- ���- -^ -- y�� w*-w"���" -"" -^���-*" -"" m>~-mt- a*** a***, s*********** a******* S- *S* -* mr-.
DOU2LE CORNER���On Eixth avenue
I   _   .   2
���  i Price   '
-...   baian e   oa   rerj
ter;..
A  Bylaw to enat e the Council of t  ���
City  of   Ne*   Weetml   ster  to   ri
ty   loan   the   sjrti   of   One   Hui =
and    Fifty   Thousand      ($15O,O0G
dollars for  Street  Improvement*.
j the -SI
���  ' ���  ~
WANTED���A SIGHT WATCHMAN
at >. ��� ��� tensed Milk Factory. 16
Front   - reet.    References required.
Whereas, ce
. |   . ed oul
tlie genera
LARGE   HOUSE  AND   LOT���On   Cor- .    .
ner   of   Fifth   avenue    and    Tenth streets and sidewalks, and it
���
���
.
���
'
:
���
:
WANTED ��� SEVERAL TEACHERS,
male an I f< male, for tbe public
city. Applications
will be received until noon of the
22n 1 inst Robert Lennie, Secretary.
eight i
full   sized   basement      I
'������-.   |1,750   cash;   balai
two years.
HO
JSE
AND
LOT-
���On   F
f'.h
avenue.
y
i e  t
lot '
2
-.-*���'
Pi l< ���
I:
-
on
;ood
terms.
fully  modern,  --
at   in   like
tbe a       ���    spent)
the sum        Oi     Hnndr, i  and Fiftj
Thousand   1.1; dol
the
��� nre tbe ���     ���        the i redli
urea or registered
.. . ben inaft, i mi ntior   I, any
- g ol money i. ��� ���        ding
the sum of $91 |
l ,     ..    ,-. ���   to be pal ! li
dd   ' It)   to     ' .������  ;  .:
ioned herein.
.   | | be lawful for lb
...        .     of debentuti
to be
��� ling m tbe whob
sum  of   $97,500.00   for  Mich
required   i
oi   an   > qui ��� ilent
expressi d  in  pounds  stei it;
:i of Greal  Britain and
I   a'   a   value  of   4.866   to   tbe
;   and   all  BUch   d
..-.istered Btocfc ���    '���:.��� ������ ��� i
WW ,-*,,
WANTED���TO   RENT   FURNISHED
bo we of fi'.'- or .six rooms with modern conveniences hy July l for
/.hrt-e or four months. Convenient
to cai line preferred. Apply '/..
Daily News office.
WANTKD���SMART DINING ROOM
OgiH Apply Kind's hotel, Colombia
btreet.
City���An
.size    of
" 250;    $1
ge I
. :     .  .  of  One   i   ���   ired  and Fift)
Thousand ($15 I dollars, be .
propriated from  tbe  general  te\t:. .
of  fhe city  for tbe current  year  ;.
��� rate of taxation wiil b>; ���     ��� --..e. ac
| it   is   expedient   th
i taxation  should  he avoided,  and  t
said  sum  should  be  rais d    on    t.
credit of the coi [oration, and that c
bentuies   or   registered   stock   cer'
ica'es   should     be    issued     for     tl.
   amount;
section 8. Tp.  "0���160 acres       And   Whereas,   for the  payment
HARTCO STREET���6 roorred house.
Finished with burlap: ga = and electric tights. Price 13,000; (1,000 cash;
balance one and two years.
8 roorred     rrodern     house;
��� . !  with the Beal ol  the
;::";1.;::',.;.:,i!;,r"t.,::;e
D
Bret took place oi
.'..',-.   certificates shall be payahle on
" tb,  arsl  day  of  Julj   i960,  al
.   -   ken nn the said p ���       e '  ��� __     ,. ,     , .,
.  , lace or places as tbe Council of the
% he thereunto lawfullj  autltor-
ized.
The said dehentures or registered
:.
Hammocks
Croquet Sets
Pic Nic Basket]
Pic Nic PIat���,
Etc., Etc.
  A
jRf��
���
cash;    balance   ar- j
���md H\ ���   said   corporation   may   u���   .......    .
appoint with the approval of thi
WANTED���BOY TO LEARN PLUMB-
ing and tlnsndtning. Apply James
& McClugl   :.
N. W.  %
ot good
'....her.    No tlml
acri      12 ; h.
and  .vi.h _ , 0   .... of interest on the debentures or regist
$35  ic
ed  stock  certih    tea   pro]
it the I '   '
-
Fire   Ha      ���-    ' ��� :uul   t:'
,     . per centum  ier annum, payahle
jn .;.;.   . ;.   the   ii:-'   day  of Jan i :.
and thi ��� .'��� of July in < i
���
thereof, and shall hear inter-
���   i ite   of   four  and  or.e-hal!
-.11
New. Westminster, B.C
IB.
\V
ARCHITECT WISHES TO SHARE
ofiice ni desk room. State location.
Reply to Ind< t, care Dally News.
WANTED POSITION RY JAPAN-
est to work before % a. rn. and after
7 p. :...    Apply 8. B., P. O. Rox 150.
. ider this Bylaw, and i .
log a i      lng : :nd for the ;
CITY���Modern   house   and   Urge   barn     ;   the  .-tii   debentures   or   region Fourth   street    Rented  for  J      stock        til ��� ben   due   it   wi
per   month.     Price   13700;   terms be necessary to raise by special ra
jl,       cash.                                          in addll        'o all  otber   rat, s,  ��� .
 ������   year during the currency of the  -
CITY���3-rcomed  house and fully mod- ;,;.,. ...,��� . . .,   or   registered   sock   ce.'
A. DUNCAN.
Citj
ern  on  Fourth  avenue.  Size
is  ���  xi 16  feet.    Price   .4,801
fifth  cash,  balance easy.
of loffflcates   the sum of Seven  Tbousa
every year, and the del ���
as for thi
ten st, whi
....   be   signed   bj   tbe    sain
��� or.
t. A bi > ��� lai ri'ie on the dollar
ise I In e ich year, tn
By ��� ��������� to enat t the :: -   :    :' the , :.\\ 0thi ���     on all thi
C:'^:-3tion   cf  Uw    Wt>      of     Nev��
SCHOOLS   DEBENTURE   OR
ISTERED   STOCK  BYLAW
REGIS-
191a
Mineral V
Aerate
Manufacti
-ters
Wad
l  by
one-
WANTED���YOUNG    OIRL    TO    AS-
aist In light bonsework. No cfKir:-
Jng. A;>ply Mrs. Baker, 109 Columbia Btreet, Sapperton.
WANTKIi���lo GIRLS OR WOMEN
to work in laundry. Wages 16 to
20 cents per hour. Royal City
Laundry. Royal avenue, west of
Eighth Btreet   B. Abrams, Mgr.	
WANTED���WAItER OR WAITRESS.
Apply ���!. this office.
BURN A
BY
���Two
ots
c
ose   to
store
and
1 ra
mline
Prir-f.
each;
terms
;t
cash an
d I
0
jer month.
LANGLEY���80   acres    N
of   S.E.
of Sec. 10, Tp. 10;  some clear-
Price   Sw   per   acre;   terms
$1,
rears.
cash,   balance   1,
WANTKD ��� FURNISHED    HOUSE'
keeping rooms.   Apply Rox R. News
office.
De^ta Fruit Farrr,
road, close in. ?o
250 bearing fruit trees
Good terms.
WANTED���OIRL TO ASSIST WITH
bouse work Apply, Mrs. A. E. Kellington. r,01  Queen's avenue.
WANTKD���TO    EXCHANGE    35 1-2
acres of good land at Lincoln Btatlon. Langley, for Westminster city
property. Value .3000. Apply B. C.
Securities, Ltd., Dominion Trust
Offices, Columbia street, New Westminster.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank   B'dg.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
Five  Hundiel  and
' $7,590.32) doll
And   Whereas,   in   older   to   r .
the said yearly sum of Si ������:.  Tl
and.  Five  Hundred  and   Nine .���
12-10      .7,59 .321   dollars    an   ���
rate    on    the    dollar    will    be    re
quired to be levied on tbe whole ral
able property of the Citj    ; New West
minster.
And Whereas,   the  whole    rateal
i j-.rnpf.rty 0f the said city, according I
Ten acres on Scott i the   last   leiise.i     Assessment     Bol
d house and barn, j thereof,  is  Seven   Million,  Two  Ik:.
dred  and   Forty-nine    Thousand   am
Ten   (.7,249.010.00) dollars;
And  Whereas, the total  amount <
the   existing   debenture   debt   of   tl.'--
said
and
Ninety and 32-1 West-r r-s-.e-  te   raise .   i  1   - erest   upon  the  di
sum of '.   et)   ever     ��oo*and, FiveN certificates,
Hundred    ($87         i    '- reate a Binking fund tor tbe
School f_-j_s;= ���   f the principal thereoi whei
  .          any act or enactmi nt
-
��� 5     eet as aforei Id, ! hi i
NEW    WESsTMl'
elephone  13.
TER'U
Wet. E,
"I
and
be pre .���*       ��� tmlly by special rate a    ���
ring the currency of tbe  J
*aa*aaaaaaaa*~-
a
tr
i
��������������������.
Price $4,000.
sums saud  debentures  or  registered   stock
*   ��� - ite*. the   sum  ol   S I 387 50  foi
-;������--:          ���.-���������         - ,           ent of Interest  thereon, and
:���  '        -        - !        f $541 20 tn provi te tot  I
nd bare     - .-   �����   enl nf ihe principal.
���imate of the sums requ     I 1 ..The proceeds   if the sale <>f the
. .    ' -                      ��� .    '     .���.entires   or   registered   stock
penses legally inclinable by the 1 .   ���     �����, . shall be applied as follows,
�����   . b last mentioned estimate is sub .i:;^   no(   otherwise;   towards   paying
elty is One Million, Six Hundred  lect  ~  consideration,  alteration  and the co.-- ol  thi   passing of ibis Bylaw
Seventeen   Thousand.   One  Hun-  dnal approval by tbe Council, and the anrt   ,tl).   |88ue   an-j   ?;,i.    of the   s-id
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
bonsework and plain cooking. Apply  125  Third  avenue.
FOR   SALE.
FOR. BALE���TWO. GOOD. TEAMS
with harness, logging chain and
wagon.    Apply S. B. Box 150.
POR    SALE���FIVE    AND   A    HALF
acres, South New Westminster.
Splendid view of New Westminster.
$425 pei aci". Apply P. O. Box
256,  City.
CRAIG REALTY CO
Room 8, Thompson B'ock.
Phone 629.
Four   Lots   in   Sapperton;   150
from   car.   $">00;   $25  cash,   balance
$10 per month.
dred   I $1,617,100.00)   dollars,   trrespec-
,tive of tiie sum of One Hundred and
Seventy-four Thousand, Fire Hundrei
' $174,500.00)   dollars   proposed   to  b��
raised under the "Lulu Island  Brid^
Debenture or Re. ist.red Stock Bylaw,
1910";   the "Fire Debenture or Regis-
jtered     Stock     Bylaw,     1910";      the
I "Schools    Debenture    or    Registered
; Stock      Bylaw,      1910,"      and      the
Parks Dehenture or Registered Stock
Bylaw
iame   has  been   finally   approved   by;
the Council.
And Whereas, the amount required ;
under the said last mentioned estimate for schools amounts to Ninety-
seven Thousand, Five Hundred i$'.*7.-
I) dollars, made up as follows:
Thirty-five Thousand ($35,000.00) dollars for the election and equipment of
the new Sapperton school; Two Thousand, five Hundred  ($2,500.00)  dollars
dehentures or roistered stock certificates therein referred to, and ali ex-
penses connected with the Issuance
of the said loan, and the balance shall
he paid or^r fiom time to lime as required upon the order of tbe trustees
by ths city treasurer to the several
persons to whom moneys are payable.
7. This Bylaw shall take effect on
the dny   of and
may he cited as the "Schools  l)ebe:��-
SHC
wood ;work,
repairing of
KINDS
- Done At-
Benson & M
ANU
ALLI
���Corner   Lot, CO x 124;   slashed;   facing
down   hill:   lovely   view:   close   to
new  school,  Sapperton.  Price  $r-00,
j    on terms.
Ten acres of the best fruit land;  \\_
acres cleared; 2 acres slashed, burned and loe.pd off:  3 roomed house, j loan from any person or persons, body
barn,   poultry   runs;   small     fruits. |or bodies corporate, who may he will-
Fronting   on   Scott   read   and   close
to  f;ir.    Only  $2,000, on  terms.
1910,"  of  which   none  of  the   for  ,he erection and equipment of a toreor Registered Stock Bylaw. 1910.'
At   Dick   Ber-   ��� i  0 3 Stand,
���   8th  St., Next to  Fashion Livery, j
principal  or interest is  in  arrears;
Now Therefore, the Municipal Con:
cil of tbe Corporation of the City o(
'New Westminster e.,a<-ts as follows:
1. It shall  be lawful for tbe Mayor
jof  tbe  said city  to  raise  by  way  ot
school on Lulu Island, and Sixty Thousand ($60, .00) dollars for the erection of a High school.
And Whereas, by Section 40 of the
the Public Schools Act Die:., as re-
enacted by Se,'ion 30 of the Public
Schools   Act   1905,    Amendment   Act
k. This Bylaw before the final passing thereof, sliall receive the assent
of the electors of tbe said city In the
manner required hy law.
Received ihe ass'tit of the electors
on the day of 1910.
Reconsider."! and finally passed In
open council the day of
1910.
1906, any statute to the contrary not-
ng to advance the same on the credit I withstanding, the Council of any city,
of the debentures or registered stock  town   ���'-'   "iral   municipality   In   the
certificates hereinafter mentioned, any Province including the City of  Van NOTICE,
ive acres on Scott load: good gar-|SUm or sums of money, not exceeding couver and City of New Westminster, Take notice that tbe above is a true
den, bouse, well, etc.; three quart-hn the whole the sum of One Hundred ';I'1V in <-'af,!l ���*������'��� every year pass a copy 0f the proposed Bylaw which will
ers of a mile from car. ': bis is good [and Fifty Thousand  ($150, 1.00)  dol-  Bylaw or Bylaws for levying aspecial   |���.   taken   Into  consideration   by   tbe
POR BALE���TEN LOTS IN BAPPES
ton; cleared and fenced; close to
<-...y line. Only lor sale within tb��
nexl thirty days. Address A. H.
Tupper   Cum  -        ���   Hali, Sixth St.
FOB BALE���GOOD WORK TKAM
(2300 lbs.). Sound. Also wagon and
harness  (new).    Apply A. N. Mac-
kay,  Uurnaby  Lake  P. O,  B. C.
 I     at $1300;  terms.
CRAIG REALTY CO.
Room   8,   Thompson   Block.
Phone 629.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner   Columbia  and   Begbie   Streets.
Phone 680.
lars, and to cause tbr same to be paldjra"' <lf n"'  ,l""   than  Five  (5) mills. Municipal Council of the City of New
into the treasury of the said city fer "n the dollar for Bchool purposes, and Westminster one month fiom the data
the Council may in addition to Buch 0f the first publication thereof lo thi
rate apply any portion of the ordinary "Daily News" newspaper which Brst
revenue to school purpoi publication took place on the 13th day
An''   Wh as,  it   appears that  tliel0f June, I'.'in. and thitt a vote of the
amount required to meet the current electors of the citv will be taken
the purposes mentioned herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Nlayor
to cause any number of debentures or
. < . iti re l Btock certlflcates to be
made, nol exceeding In the whole the
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO  RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. 204
A^nen street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. Apply sis, Milton street
CURNI8HED   BOOMS   FOR   LIGHT
housekeeping to ient. Apply to A. H. j
Ferguson, Pythian   Hall   building.
TO LET ���UNFURNISHED THREE
rooms; electric light Apply 233
Eleventh street, or 746 Columbia St.
TO   RENT.
TO LET���THE BASEMENT ANU
���tore in the K. R block; suitable
for store rooms, skating rink, or
moving pictures, etc., etc. For particulars apply to John Forrester,
Kec. k. v. Trustees, nn Ht. Qeorge
street, City.
Sapperton���We have a few choice
view lots on Rlair avenue very
Cheap; $26 down, balance monthly.
Worth investigating.
South Westminster���'/^ acre view
lots on car line at. Brownsivlle.
Price .250 per lot; '/icash, balance
easy. If you want a. borne, secure
one at one*, as they are the cheapest and searest. lots on the market.
List your property with  us.    We have
the buyers if the price is right.
We have a buyer for a 6-room house;
modern; not. above Sixth avenue.
Terms, $-r>h'J cash, balance monthly,
sum of one Hundred and Fifty Thou- year's ordinary expenses of maintain-! the said proposed  Bvlaw on the 14th
Band   ($15 1.00)   dollars,   for   Buch ^B   the   schools   will     exhaust    the day of July  1910, between  the hours
Bums of money as may l"- required, amount authorized 'o he levied ondei ' nf nine o'clock a.m. and Bve p.m., al
not less than $100.00 each, or an Section 40 of the I'ubllc Schools Actit[ie following place., namely: The
equivalent expressed in pounds sterl- 1905. as redacted by said Section Coaicll Chamber, civic Building; the
ing of the United Kingdom of Great 30 of tlie Public Schools Act 1906, J Fire Hall, Sapperton; and tbe Water-
Britain and Ireland, at a value of 4,88ti; Amendment Act L906, aad it will be works Storehouse, Eleventh street.
to   the  pound sterling;   and  all  suchInecessary also  to apply  a  portion ofj W. A. DUNCAN,
debentures or registered stock certi-|thB ordinary revenue for such pur-
flcates  shall   he  sealed  with  the seal i poses.
of the corporation, signed by the And Whereas, it appears that If Ihe
Mayor and countersigned by the!8k'f' Rllm o1 J97.600.00 he appropriated
treasurer thereof, or by such other' f'om the general revesue of the city
person or persons as may he there-|f��r the cm rent year, the rate of taxa-
unto lawfully authorized. | tion  will   be excessive,  and   il   is  ex
3. The gaid dehentures or registered , P��dient  that   such  excessive  taxation
stock certificates, shall be payable nn   should  be avoided, and   iho said sum
City Clerk.
City Hall, June 11, 1910.
LOCAL IMPROVEMENT NOTICE.
the   Irsf.  day  of  July,   1900,  at  suchj'huuld he raised on the ciedlt of the
place ��r places as tbe Ceuncll of the | corporation,  and  tbat  debentures    or
ssld   corporation   may   from   time   to' registered stock certlflcates should be
time appoint with thfl approval of t.Iir i iauued for that amount,
holders  thereof, and shall   hear lnt.r-l     Aud Wheteas. for the payment of in
The Municipal Council of the Corporation of tbe City of New Westminster
having by resolution determined and
specified that it is desirable to carry
out the following works, tbat ls to
say:
To construct cement concrete sidewalks on hoth sides of Tenth stieet
from  Sixth  avenue  to Tenth  avenue.
est at the rate 'if four and one-half per] Wrest on the iebentarea or registered | except on the east side of said stieet
TO RENT���AN 8-ROOMED HOUSE
on Seventh Street Apply Wilson,
Cook A>. Co., Northern Crown Rank
building.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow  Press
mcar The Dally News Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
Lulu Island���Lot 26;   near the bridge; I centum per annum, payable  half year-j Bt0f-k   certificates   proiKi.ed   to   be   Is-j
containing   one   acre.     YtUc.   only OT o�� the first day of Jsioary and thelBU,"l under this Bylaw, and for crent-
%2,()t,<).
I first,
vear,
day of  July   Is  each
aid   the  debentures
and  every i Ing   a  sinking  fund  for   tbe  payment
shall   have!0'  "ie  Ha'(1   dehentures   or   registered
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Celumbla  and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
hitDce 'Phone 116.      Darn 'Phone 1S7
Columbia Street-
Eafgage   delivered   prom.tly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  OEPOT
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
"THE DAILY NEWS
T,ever Broth( rs, Toronto, will send yon
*urr a cake of their famous Plan toi
Wikt  W
JOSEPH TRAVERS
REAL   ESTATE.
Columbia    St.,    Next    Todd's    Music
House���Phone   703.
For  Sale���5-roomed  cottage close  In;
large lot.    I'rico  $2,500;   |600 cash.
very easy  terms.
Balance on
For Sale ��� 5-room cottage close in.
Price 92300; .:��)0 cash; balance to
suit purchaser.
We have some real good snaps in
bouse property. Call and see us
ahout.  them.
josephT^ravers^"
REAL   ESTATE.
Columbia    St.,    Next    Todd's    Music
House���Phone 703.
attached to tbem coupons for the pay-
ment. of Interest, which said coupons
shall  be signed  by the said Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar sliall
he levied and raised In each year. In
addition to all other rates, on all the
rateable property of the city, sufficient
to pay the interest upon the del,en.
tures or registered stock certificates,
and to create a sinking fund for the
payment of the principal thereof when
due, BUbject to any act or enactment
respecting the same.
h. Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rale as
aforesaid, during the currency of the
said debentures or registered stock
certificates, the sum of Six Thousand,
Seven Hundred and Fifty ($6,750.00)
dollars for the payment of the interest   thereon, and  tbe  sum   of     Eight
Btock certificates, when due, It will
be necessary to raise by special rnte,
ln addition to all other rates, each
ypnr during the currency of the said
debentures or registered slock certl-
(icateB the sum of rnur Thousand,
Nine Hundred and Thirty-three and
70-100   I$4 933.70)  dollars;
And Whereas, In order to raise tho
said yearly sum of $4,933.70, an equal
special rate on the dollar will be required to be levied on the whole rateable property or the City of New
Westminster.
And Whereas, the whole rateable
property of the said city, according to
the last, revised Assessment Roll thereof, Is Seven Million, Two Hundred and
Forty-nine Thousand und Ten ($?,-
249,010.00)   dollars;
And   Whereas, the lotal  amount   of
Hundred and Forty and 112.100 ($R4<).-J tlie   existing   debenture   debt   of   the
if _-ou mention this Jttpet
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
to 25  H. P.
and 4 Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
?,2)   dollars   to   provide   for   the   payment, of the  principal.
6. The proceeds of the sale of the
said   debentures   or   registered   stock
certificates   shall   be   applied   as   follows,    and    not   otherwise:    towards
paying the cost of the passing of this
Rylaw and the Issue and sale of the
debentures  or  registered  stock certificates therein  referred to, recouping
the treasury  of  the  city   such   sums
as  have  been  this  year  expended  In
'street works, or may be bo expended j
'until the proceeds of tbe sale of the'
said   debentures   or   registered  stock]
certificates have become available, the
making,  Improving and  repairing    of  ell of the Corporation of
such streets and sidewalks In the city   New Westminster enacts
as may be deemed expedient by tin
council, but no sidewalk or street shall
ho made or repaired out of the moneys
said city is One Million, Six Hundred
and Seventeen Thousand, One Hundred I .1,1117,100.00) dollars, Irrespective of the sum of Two Hundred and
Twenty-seven Thousand ($227,000.00)
dollars proposed to be raised under
the "Street Improvement Debenture or
Registered Stock Bylaw, 1910;" the
"Fire Debenture or Registered Slock
Bylaw, 1910;" the "Ruin Island Bridge
Debenture or Registered Slock Rvlaw
1010," and the "Parks Improvement
Dehenture or Registered Slock Rylaw,
1010," of which none of the principal
or Interest is in arrears.
Now Therefore, the Municipal Coun-
Ihe City of
as  follows:
1. It Bhall be
of  the  said  city
loan from any person
iwful  for the  Mayor
to   raise   by   way  of
or persons, bodv
^f borrowed under this Bylaw unless tho <>r bodies corporate, who may be will-  day of Juno. 1910
between Slith and Eighth avenues,
also on both sides of London, Edinburgh, Dublin and Hamilton sireets,
Eighth and Seventh avenues between
Tenth and Twelfth streets.
And that the said works shall be
carried out in accordance with the
provisions of the Local Improvement
General  Bylaw,  1909.
And the City Engineer and City Assessor having reported to the Council
ln accordance with the provisions of
the said bylaw upon the said
works, giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of real
property to be benefited by the said
works und other particulars and the
said reports of the salt! City Engineer
and City Assessor having been adopted by the council.
Notice ls hereby1 given thnt thc
said reports nre open for Inspection
at the onice of the City As��-ssor, City
Hall, Columbia street, New Westminster, B.C., and thut unless a petition
against the proposed works above
mentioned, signed by a majority of
the owners of tbo land or real property to be assessed or charged in respect of such works representing at
least one-half In value thereof Is presented to the Council within fifteen
days from the date of the first publl
cation of this notice the Council will
proceed with tho proposed Improvements under such terms and conditions as to the payment of the cost
of such improvements as the Council
may by by-law In that behalf regulate
and determine nnd nlso to make thc
said assessment.
Dated this 9th day of June, A.D.,
1010.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date of  first   publication,  the  10th
Ready
Money]
A   GOOD    FB END    ALWAYS
If vou depoe
safety In Thi
it win be s;,f.
It, and ready �� '���
and  It *
A UT he Time
earning for yo I
interest. Small
may be deposite
��� ��� r ^nt
��� anj thn*
In
Wl  :
If  '
|
1
jl
I
I-
80   BRANCHES
Ontario.    Qui :':;!  l''
CAPITAL
REST   ...
$4,000,000
4,-50,000 j
BankofT
NEW   WESTMINSV R,   B, C'
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Mgr,
White Star--Dr.mii
Canadian Service
newIteameks
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw,  14,900 tons.
S.S. MEGANTIC��� fH
Twin    screw,    14,*00   to".    ^
largest   and   most   irod     '^
commodation  equal to ��"J
Ing the Atlantic.
For Rates sndTlckstS App'/ t0
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Pasuenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
MEN
NOTICE!
TO REAL ESTATE
My property Is taken off tbe ����'������
until further notice.
JOHN JAMBS jrfp**
Sapperton, B, <-. '.S'.O.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
IS*
Lite).
-     ��� REGlSTBy ACT.
^      -��� alien ban
���0llci .  Duncan Bell
fec;. pie, under
|>!  . -   Wilmot,
l��5 .-an   Bell
'f���f isth  day   ol
, and singular
0f   land
(   i..P.!!      vlng and being
.W
MA- DRU-CO,
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Columbia,
kIown   ind describe
. southeast .
i iwnsbip  ���', j
idian,
through or
- ..i
nd by virtue i
imenl. and I
mil ��� est  i" I
whose title j
,.',. provisions j
are requir- J
e tax pur-
fi nni tin-
��� :   . ;  this
��� faull  i '
pendens
I oriod, or In
. . registra-
.,ii  be for-
i ii from
���   ct of
a .    regl   ���
. . ..   ���
, , .   that pub
.  thirty days
: , .1 In '
d    .1   ; '
try l "
,    . ;   ltish
:   Ap U,  A..
S   KEITH,
llei    trar
��� ;,   a & Saj
B os i   I-"! ���
.,., j. \v. Hew-
ft
OttLf   OUfl   PRODUCTS   BEAR  THI3
TRADE   MARK
���% il.
Your Guide
and Safeguard
ALWAYS   LOOK   FOU TH18
TRACC   MARK
VICTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone   631
OF     NEW
SANITARY
WESTMINSTER
NOTICE.
'M*m��y%.
i_!_____
Your Guide
Do you  ���     t the most delicately per-
fum- I NA-DRU-CO Talc.
Ar t flavored, i  onom-
ical di ntifrii :, thai i ten  your I  i
without 1. ���::. NA-DRU-CO
Tooth Past-
���  - the fresh bt a il y
d NA-DRU-CO Toilet Cream.   It
Your Safeguard
.'i
Wou.��� .���..��- 	
Of yoai NA-DRU-CO Toilet Cream
is a I. . quite hannle
I NA-DRU-CO Hair
Reston r
And through the li a ���-
M
your surist guide to quality and satisfaction L
the NA-DRL'-tO Trade Mark.
- ��� '���''
for besi .-      U-CO 1
N \-DRU-CO Trade Mark is your safeguard,
too, our g Behind it stands the
.   ci I Company of Canada,
largi ;.: .Iru-husinc^s in
Paid-up t   pital oi over Five Million
Dollai iteeing the  absolute  reliability ot
iring thc NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark.
buy NA-DRU-CO products you are
certain ol the purest materials, Skilfully compounded
by expert cbemisU.   You are  sure of articles which
,t brains, tion and money call
��� willgh       a satisfaction.
If by any chance any NA-DRU-CO preparation
should not entirely satisfy you   return it and your
drug-is', will refund the .JI purchase price.
Ask  row druggist, wl .is a man of standing in
your coi ibout I      SA-DRU-CO line.    1��� -
tell  :        ' r ve will furnish  to
Iruggist '   m ^V','. m
���:.,. lentsm iny NA-dku-
A. CAMPBELL  HOPE
Architect and Engineer.
HOPE & BARKER. Architects.
New  Westminster - Trapp  Block
Phone 65f
All   rubbish  and   garbage  must   t. ���
removed   to   the   foot   of   Sixteeiiti.
street and Fifth avenue, where it wil 5
he burned hy the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of any kind oui
any other street or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lot or public property
will be prosecuted und r the provisions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S. J,  PEARCB,
Similar)'  li specter,
y Hall, June 13   191(1.
LAND   ACT.
[f your * NA-DR1 ������ '��������� :"" "**���*��� ��� ' " ';���
u . -.   Whol- ch.
A Few NA-DRU-CO Favorites:
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   383
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District of New Westmins.er.
Take notice that Simon Henry
(lowes of Vancouver, B, ('.. occupation, building Inspector, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the foJ-
lowing descrihed lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the S. E. point of a small island lyinp
in channel between Granite Island and)
Xelson island; thence northerly, westerly, southerly 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. A. ent.
L.AND ACTS.
I Model Bakery !
\
c  -
.'. ������
.VtSTMINSTER.
Toilet I
For Children :
ra
'   I
Dj  p,-p��ia & Indtiieition:
.i
Ointment and S&h
5a .'������
esa Iodine Oin
U iizes)
Pile l lintment
Tonics:
Coil I Compound,
Tasteless, [a sizes)
Nervi izone
Cod !.:������:' li) Emulsion (i sizes)
cam     J      ��p��w i^oicia
National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada, Limited
, Halifax,   St. John.    Montreal,   Ottawa,    Kingston,   T.ronto    V***+J~*+
Whole��le Branches al i \ Winnipeg,      Regina,      Calgary,      NeLon,     Vancouver, ^
H. C. (V5ark & Sons
Cor. Fourth Ave. and Second St.
Manufacturers   of   the   bread
that is making  New  Westmin-
|    ster famous.   Also choice i
I    cookies and candies.    Our oblig.
ing drivers  will  be more than
���j    please! to call.    Phone 435
in   _
J
W. RICH
Rive"
[
|
i hauling tb<
I
J
HI
[I
li
: of a
I
I
5_Tenders    for
,i !,���  the unites of 2!
-
i   P
���i -. lei   In-
- ii tion   of .	
Output for i909 Was 3.348,206,00 Feet
be ob-
iCANADIAN LUMBER CUT   '
!    VALUER AT $54,438,036
D0tT8!i5 ARE ANXIOUS Tfl
INDULGE IN ADVERTISING1!
= Teaming and
T~!    _
New Westmister Land District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLennan, of Vancouver. British Columbia,
occupation contractor, intends to ap-
I'ly for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post, planted a*
the southeast point of the is'and sito-
ate about four Ml chains from Timber limit No. 38733, thence northerly
and westerly and southerly and easterly around the shore at low tide-
to place of commencement, containing-
four  acres,  more   or   less.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.
J. F. BAOGS, Agent.
March 17, 191.0.
*T ' ********        pressing.
jCHURCH   I
Ex--
DEALER  IN
tem
:.. on re-
���   }S0,
e . Ipt of
I cl
;;.'   "    .'
���British Columbia Third Among
Provinces.
Member   of   Kinq   County   Medical   So-
ciety     Declares    Old-Fas'^oned
Ethics Will  Be Shattered.
| SERVICES |
'�������������������������������� >������������������������������������������
(Changes for this column must be
left at, or telep! " to this office by
g  p m. "n  Fri li ys.    l'he omission of
 ��� notice from  this column
tMMMM   | inriicates that nn . opy has been turned
��� ,       ,._.,-    lltl0M which 'la by the pastor or other responsible
V;i, - [e Kins County Med-'.varty.)
.   0f Rimouski, writes       -
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room fi. Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster. B. C.
Phone 661 Residence Phone 133
ieal societv bound ha ���      -  '"
np to 6,that the forestry bram .
The lowest er matters, are      i         	
P. O. Box 395
Phone 73C
LAND   ACT.
Sundav. June   19-
Ink of Montreal
15
slum
valued  al   I   ���
led
PITAL
SERVE
rl
:
��� _
1
|   The, ;s
i'MOO.COOOO  d ���        In tr .
^o p.  Ill
^   p. ni.
ofUSeaUirpbyicfans" made the1, ST- PAUL'S   REFORMED  EPISCO-
��� in   - tat. menl   today.    11"  was  PAL���Rev. A. deR. Owen, rector. Ser-
;   .    .     Lnenl   parUci-|vlce at u a-m- iind ~-��� V-m-    Holy
In the debati B( ajamin S.
**********m
an.l Sp<'kan
���
i     Lei
ble   with
___________________���_____________���. ued
11,000.000 00   WM
���	
rtdi   Monda
  -I'.';;; s
in part:
II      U'
sl In
i ��� -    i    loi duj  i itinL
��� ��� lng was a
....  affair an I i he \ ote against a
trustees hostile
���  Dr.   Raise;,.s     was  two    to    one
It is
some physicians ���  ,o were on the win-
or S' , .
e ���  I  the  u
baud.
de the qu
irding tin
r   o
^^^*************M
New  Westminster   Land   District.
Take  notice   that   James   Bateman,
nf Vancouver, B. C, occupation, Ston -
cutter, intends to app'y for permission
^^^^^ to  purchase  tbe   following  described
HOLY     TRINITY  ������  Rev.     G.     C \*'*-*]^s'-
asum, rector.   Celebration of Holy      Commencing  at  a  pest  planted  at
immunlon   at   s   ���.    m.;    MaUns.\,he southeast point of a small island
mon and  choral celebration at   11 W"? !lbo,,t 10 chains north of Nelson
��� --.  -. ��>.���>iv ���   ln . | island:   thence    northerly,    westerly,
southerly   and     easterly,     along   the
shore to the place of commencement; i
containing ii acres more or less.
JAMES  BATEMAN.
Applicant.
JOHN F. BAGi;?.
April 20, 1910. Agent.
McMurphy & Craig
Heating  and   Plumbing
Attended
'
All   Jobbing   Promptly
To
...   in.:   Sunday  school  at  -
eVensong and sermon at  i
vice ai   li  a.m. ......
Communion first Sunday in the month
after morning service. Prayer meeting on Thursday at 7:30 p. tn.   Morn-   	
Lng:  "The Young Man  David"; even-|	
lng:  "God's Wisdom Compared With? Midweek prayer meeting,    Thursday,
Man's  Wisdom." J7:4.. p.m.   Holiness meeting, Tuesday
ST.   ANDREWS   PRESBYTERIAN at 7;45  P'111'    Rev'    C' S'  McKinley. <
���Rev. J. S.  Henderson,  pastor.   Ser-;Pastor-
vices 11 a.m   and 7:30 p.m.    Sabbath     COLLINOWOOb      METHODIST ���
school   and    Bible    class   2:30   p.m.  Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sun-
Rev. Dr. Fraser, of the First Preshy- day school at 10 a.m. Epworth I.
.rim church, Vancouver, wlll preach Tuesday at 8 p.m.    Dundonald sel
���l the evening. house;  Service at  2 p.m. and S
ST.   STEPHEN'S   PRESBYTERIAN  "'ii""1 at " P-m- Rev- W- Ewait Jones'
���Uev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A.. Ph.  pastor.
1)..  pastor.    Services  ai   11 a.m.  ami      BURNABY   MISSION���-Pastor,  Rev.
:30 p. m. I Frederick    Carpenter.      Services    as
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The   New  Sternwhee'er
| S. S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers and freight  as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday-
Thursday and Saturday at S a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation,
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO.. Ltd,
New  Westminster.
NOTICE!
Until further notice this-
 lune 17
.   i ir. a 23
.. .July l
ED   GOULET,
C.P.R. A. ent
^^\%^iZr��s%r uecAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Plione 105      P. O. Box 345
"'i", Front St., Foot of  Sixth.
Albany,   N v..  Jun*   ...
cai, rce  a  contract
said ;i medical man today.   "I am not
give his name now, but
���   :.,  ii   in  ph iii >   of time.'
n minted   by    the    physli
'quoted, there is a clear line of cleav-
between   the   old-timers   in   the
companl
. ���v ..ml the new and younger i
Bi.cietj  anu l��c, __  mh��� ,,,.,,  lll:;Ki,.
!BIAx_,i,.v. e.   ;  ' - :,',-..;,,,.,.��, iui ...
KNOX
,   ....ervlce   fording to a  ������..,���   ph: ���      areQW along
��dSS"K this wVok iu the "rt����^t..onwlv��_P^^J2; wlUlin ������.
worship:
11   a.m.
Mornlnj
rvi nlng,
H0ly ('omniuiii. --,   .
"���30   p.m-     Blhle pastor.
GOSPEL
York  Telephone
'*******~m muuumM
ot **������ tVn',,:i1  I'lml   against    thoiaoclety
fi   Telegraph c ,, ,. ���, .
proprleton ] ^ ent01, i Into
sevei ��� "  _,!,,,.
for-
Our-
meeting.      Morning:     "l'i:iying
gSS?; evening:  "Praytng tor
""s.VPPFRTON    MKTHOplST - Rev
oa'        Services     at
day school at
avenue
and
HALL���Com. r   of   Sixth I
Ninth stieet.  Evangelist j
.1. Rouse will preach at 1 p.m-
RAOTIMt DOOMED.E��*V��T1N0ALE
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
and therefore vo
i to
rEMEN
I the ��,lll'ket,
At Kirk's Hardware
.i   Hammocks a"'1  Re'
Vou  can  get  Hamm ^^
fl,gera��o,s, Screen Do��  ^  ^
Windows,  Utrjp M0W     ued, Rubber
kier��, Breen W "?
Hose and Cotton Hose.
Sherwin-Williams  Pain*.
������Ladies' Aid" Range.
H. T. KIRK
VIC4J  New    York,    .lune    16,���"Ragtime'
ue on Monday! songs  and   music  have  ahout  served
' their purpose and gradually are (.'..lin^
,. ������������,., ...     i out ot popular esteem,"  according to
BSByiMUAN���  Qeorge  l.   Tindule,   president  of   the
James    Reid,' Mllslc  Publishers'  Association of the
,;orship   at   111 L'niteil   States,   which   is   holding   its,
Sunday school   annUili   se8sion   here  this   week.    In j
  I his annual address, President Tindalei
^^^^^^ Iter which n wu�� i    gT    j(AJ*X a,   . ��! . u.     Holy  declared puhlic  taste will  hencefo: th ���
named. ,'communion. 8:30 a.m.;   evensong anil   require   compositions   of   more   solid;
This purpose, however, was realized ,^���on   7   p.ra.    preacher,    Rev. C.  nature,
only to a limited extent and while '^ Leonard. I    "Ragtime of the trivial sort and thel
davs it was tho scene nl sev-        .���,_�����,..    ,.^m.a,nra-c-n.      ordinarily slangy music of the popular
io��e shows, it subseuueutly was      SIXTH    AVENUE    METHODIST-; gor- wU, be ��� th,      q( ^        lin ^
for other purposes where a large Rev. F. S. Okell, 1. A., pastor Services ,, he aa,d    ���lt l3 hilvd to un,er.
--���" '  includ-latll a. m. and r.,50 p. m.   Classimeet-1gtand  why  barroom  Mlll     and    the
ing  at   10  a. m.    Sunday  school   at  8iang of the street should be perpet u-
2:30 p. to.    Epworth league, Monday     ted-,_     ^ fl _uch 's 0
at S p. to.   Prayer meeting, Wednes-      t to be offc   d f     Ea,_ *    taken ,
day at 8 p   m.    Morning.    The  Re-L h f      ���     ,      entertain-
  __ Progress   of   the   Gospel ; 1        . ���
ern anu ����--_������. .evening: "The Greatness of John the1 ��
*^*******************\m
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214  Sixth   Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
B.    C
its early
eral horse shows
used for other ptu |.^.^v���  .
amount of space was required, I
ing   political   conventions   and   prize
fights.
It  never was a paying venture.    It
was the fiasco there between McGov-,u���,   __.,_..
n  and Cans wllich ended the fight, markable   Progr
game  in  Chicago. I evening:  "Tho C
eggs:
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.**^***************%
AUSrmANBM^rRE^CES
Vienna. J-i^ P*fg��
Brlti8h   ambaas dm. |an
Fra.?es i^iSSSi Exl,lbit!��mn
li;lVU:hoei astonishment at tho g
and 8ll0*!,p���,turai   resources  of  the
js?*** -*** ? b,M*ed
country."
SALVATION   ARMY-Services  wm
y i.*��rtP hv   Lieutenant  Gibb,   at   11; jJJJJL* to the city council, which she
assisted   by   we"1" .������ _  m_   All ar^ position w     e      ��� .   ,   Ben the
Would   Remedy   Drink   Evil.
Spokane,    June   16.���SlBter    Flora
Btlkiss, a slum and mission worker,
who has been in Spokane for the past
I -      ..      rtrtvAl      nriV
���_���,  Ht   11.' three years,   n,,,-.   ,,,,,,..
assisreu   u.    m..m���__. at   ri * *>  *����� .      ���
am   3d  m. and 7:30 p. m.   All ar��f Position to the city council, which she
welcome j believes would, if adopted, lessen the
I drink evil.    She asks that a city hos-
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TENDERS wlll be received on or
before Thursday, June 23. for the
erection and completion ot proposed
New Masonic Temple to be erected ocr
Agnes street, New Westminster. B.C_
Plans and specifications can be obtained from the architects.    Messrs.
"---������      -arc
FREE     MKTHODIST    CHAPEL���' pital  for  inebriates be  founded,  and  tainea irom mc <uV-����-.-	
Eighth  street,    between    Third    and  that the saloons of tho city he taxed  Gardiner   ft   Gardiner,   Westmtiuter
Fourth    avenues.      Love    feast,    10  for the cost ot erecting and maintain-  Trust Building, New Westminster.
��� .m.    Preaching,    11  a.m.;     Sunday  ing it, and supplying the board for thel    The lowest or any tender will nor
chool, 2:30 p.m.;   Service at 7 p.m. Inebriates. necessarily be accepted.
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PACK FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
6ATU
ne
1915
The Daisy  News
Published by The Dally -News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
t. A.  Paige Managing  Director
BANK HEARINGS DECREASE
SHOWN ONEV IN THE EASE
New
weekly
York, June  17. ��� Bradstreet's
hank clearings:
Inc.   Dec.
o3.7    ....
7.S    . .. .
61.3    	
SATURDAY.   JUNE   13,   1910.
$37,367,000
16,677, i
3,157,	
2,708,000
1,811,000
1,737,000
27,322,000
8,364,000
2,546,000
A   BOLD   PROJECT.
It Is a generally accepted maxim
that a city or town prospers according to tbe measure of its facilities for
communication. A city that has
means of connection with other pans
of the country by a good navigable
stream and many lines of railway,
cannot but advance steadily and surely the position ot greatness and Importance. Now, New Westmii
, lias the advantage of one of the no-
bli.- an l hr.i st waterways i.i the
world and close . unmuncatlon with
one of thi great o.c. ans of the globe,
and her position on the map i- as
the bearl of an Immense tract of
fertile . o ntrj that Is developing rap-
Idly and ��� ' rely. There Is indeed
no clty In the whole of the Dominion
that ir d ore favorably circumstance 1
for advancement to commercial and
Industri tl potentiality than this.
Given thai wisdom of local government which is so all Important a factor in tiiis connection there is nothing that can prevent her attaining
lhe position ol a greal port and a busy
thriving centre of Manufacture and
commerce.
One of the main factors towards the
accomplishment of so noble a purpose
is the creation of facilities for intercommunication, for a cheap, rapid and
certain means of transit between tlie
outlying points in the surrounding
country and this city. It is because
the Cbilllwack-New Westminster line
of the H. C. Electric Railway company will effect this result to a considerable extent that it has been welcomed as a valuable aid to the future
development of this city. It has been
the hope and expectation of many of
our ci Izens that this would be but
ihe ii:-- "i a series ol connecting lines
that woul i converge upon New Westminster, thereby making it a great
receiving and distributing centre. Indeed, we 1 lievi the plans and Int. n-
tloni ' I the B. (.'. Electric Ftailv
company have been to do ver the v, hole
of thi part ol Bi ltish Columbia with
;i network ol linos similar to that
air. auy . onstructed to Chilliwack, all
coming Into New  V . sl n Inster.
Bul th. ��� has j isl comi t > our
knowle I e a mo> emenl which, if carried i i success, will entirely upset
the calculations of those who b
)" en i uctlng their transactions
upon i: ��� Btre gth ol the bypoth. sis
i 11 a entloned. This Is neither mon
nor lea thi n a petil li n, which has
been Bigned by practically every land-
owm   .    farmer    and ss    man
��!ii' ��� he Di    . and Surrey, and
supi ted by tl munici] I les as
well as thai ol South Vancouver, and
tbe vari. Trade and other
Influential  powei.    praying th ��� i:. ('.
Electric  Railway  company to cut  Its
new i bllllwack line ai a suitable po
on th.   Sui r. ���   i nd . ontlnue this
through the Dell i to Li dner, thence
by a bridge aero * ��� Fra r to join
the i ' ������ Eb rrne-Vancouver Un.. In
plain, orward   i inguai e,   11 e
prop. Itlon Is to make this the main
lino i. tw. ".i Chilliwack and Vancouver and to alio /. New VV. stmini ter
the accommodation ol whal wo ild be
nothing b. tter than a spur or branch
line. By this the Royal City would
stand in exactly the same relation to
this very Importanl line of the B. ('.
Electric railway as ll now docs to
the main line of the Canadian Pacific.
The projeel is a bold one. But It
also has the advantage nol only of
being powerfully supported, but with
rhe promise of every facility being
given in regard to construction, right-
of-way, etc., an I of providing an easy
grade nine miles Bhortei Into Vancouver than lhe present line via New
Westminster. The last named circumstance is a factor of great value to
;i railway company, for It menus an
immense economy in freight haulage. Another circumstance upon
which our go-ahead neighbors insist
Is thai I hey can furnish a very large
measure of freight traffic for the projected line. In this connection it ls
stated that last year 50,000 tons of
produce were shipped from Ladner
and adjoining districts by bout and
rail to Vancouver, and it is claimed
that with better facilities this could
easily be doubled. These and other j
facts and circumstances which tho pe-!
tition contains are weighty and powerful, and wo cannot but expect that I
they will have considerable influence
upon the management of the B, C.
Electric  railway.
In considering this movement on
the part of the people of Surrey and
Delta it would he ridiculous to assume
ignorance of the fact that owing to
the ungracious manner in which the
B. C. Klectric company has been
treated by this city during the last
eighteen months, it Is likely to give
an amount of consideration to this
proposition which would not otherwise
have been probable. To put the matter in a plain way, there is likely to
fiave been engendered in the minds.
Ct the B. C. Electric Hallway directors
a feeling that lf New Westminster
���does not. regard it as worth while
to consider the Interests of their company and to display some apprecia-
lino of the value of Its operations i:;
���this city, then It Is not. worth the
while of the company to pay particular attention to tlie interests of New
Westminster. This, we submit, is but
���n natural, human view of the situation. Indeed, it is but reasonable to
.conclude that hut. for this friction
tamtSh would have been done for the
advantage of this city wliich lias not
bi en done.
In   stiikins:   contrast   to   ihr
courtesy which Now Westminster has
displayed  towards  the  B.  C.  Klectric
Railway company of late we have the
practlc 1, business-like advances made
by rapidly growing municipalities like
Point   Grey   and   Richmond,   both   of
whom have offered the company very
long franchises and every faclli y for Montreai
car line extensions In their districts.  vvinnlneK
li   is   but   natural   that   encouraging Ottawa
prospects of this charactei    hould re- ngieary
ceive  the  more  prompt   attention   of Hamilton
t'i<-  B.  C.  Electric company than the yi'ctoria
claims of a ciiy that  has so discour- xorontfl
ag. 1 the attempts of the company to Vancouver
assist in its development. Quebec
But this point need not  be labored,   fjaijfax
N'ew Westminster has now to combat g^ j0i'in ' '32V000
with  a  very  potent  influence on  the
other  side  of  the  river,  and  we  say ;	
unhesitatingly that it is worth all
this city can give in the way of courtesy and encouragement to the Ii. C.
Klectric Railway company to prevent
the success of the movement of our
very smart neighbors. Not since the
C. P. R. passed New Westminster by
and made its terminus in Vancouver
have the commercial and general Inten ts of the Royal City been st
seriously threatened as they are by
this project to link the Fraser \
with Vancouver by a direct an
Bhort. r line across the I 'elts
Lei us have a truce to the unpleas-.
.-   . hich has pi. ������ ailed be net t
Ibis  cliy  and   t; ������  company,   and   le
all  things  he don.   1 hai   ci n   be res
Bonably and properly be done to .
courage the management of the company to pursue Its policy of makln
New   Westminster   the   centre   of   its
operations.
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C.  P.   R.  Earnings  Increase.
.Montreal.   June   17.���The   earnings
of   the   C.   P.   It.   increased   $424,008
over   I lie   second   week   of  June   last
year.
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SATURDAY
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lis have been 1 thai  are  ��r.
.... t0 pricea t   .1  will  maki , ���        et basy.   1
li will be worth y. 11  ��hHe.
In   two
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An Amazing Offer
VALUES   UP   TO   $".0
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BOXES.
Protect your valuable documents by securing a private
box in a fire-proof vault.
its
We pay 4 per cent on depos-
interest semi-annually.
We act as 1 xecutors, trustees,
tind agents. Consult us regarding  insurance and  loans.
ARKET
REPORT    I
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A marked decline in the price or
butter was the feature of yesterday's
market, which is attendance and business done is the best that has been
held for suae months. Tlie price of
butter has been practically stationary
for eight months, hut under the pies-
sure of large quantities brought in
from all points yesterdaj It went down
live cents a pound, selling now at
2~> cents wholesale and 30 cents retail.
A large quantity of cherries made
their appearance for the first time
this season. Unfortunately, the quality was exceptionally pool and con-
��� uently tiie demand wt s !;���
than \ iuld itherwl ��� :.a\ e bi en th.
case. The pi Ice ranged 1 om 4 to ."1
-' nts 1 er pound.
I    is eb. 11 les  were also 1     ight 1
��� quantities, at 5 cents
a   ] ound,   and   straw ben ie 1   In
quantities  s ild  at   1 ;  ��� he  box
or $1.75 to $2 the crate.    '1   ei ���
a stron    demand for thei       id    :'
were   brought   in   were   quickiy   dis-
p   ed of.
Potatoes still t<> be a drug
on the market,   The    aie   ellin    no .
,    $12 1 er ton and nol manj  ol I
are  going  even   at   thai   pi Ice.    '1 I 1
chances an   thai   the prtcfi  will  still
furihi:   decline  1 efore the n. ..
begins  to co   1   Ii    which   cannoi   be   REMEMBER THIS SPECIAL IS FOR
DOMINION TRUST CO.
UNITED   .
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v ,; 1 isl se is m's stock, elth nd new ner sulti    In  a choice a
coming  styles     Enough  to charm th.     earl       any would-be purchas.
,    ind Grey  Stripe.l Suits,   ev. ral s vies In pi iin colors, and  1
creall( Head, Reppe, an '���. Li n n    Don'1  H. sltat.    G 1  bus) al   on 1
$10 tor $5.
Hosiery Snaps For Everybody
��C, ��� tlonal opportunities to ti I the n. 1 ds   of all the faml y Satu
'i'i.is  Bectio .   a
ford
;
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REGULAR  35c   HOSE   FOR  25:   PAIR
In 1 Isle thread, including    s!     ��� -  ol   Sk;    0    I od   Chai      gne     Hyrtl.
and Black.   This is r lied li it Sp.   I 'l f. r Sal en. p
Saturday's  price,  25c  rer pair,
REGULAR   50c   HOSE, 2   PAIR   FOR 75c
Extra fine quality In Lisle tine.id.    Almost all popul Cl.
, 1   !iood, and Black.    Emhroi l< red, 1 lain and la. e effei lot,
urday, 2 pairs tor 75c.
NOVELTY   SOCKS   FOR   CHILDREN
A   new   arrival.    White  and Tan >���" : I and checked top
are n�� per palr-J
BOYS"   STOCKINGS,   25;   PER   PAIR
Xl ,.   !:. II : _   Brand, c lebrated for the lei f time th.        1 Try some I
save  ; iu Bell   darning.    Sp. 1    I, 25c 1 er pair.
Children's Vests, Two for a Quarter
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New Jabots and Coliars
'GET   THE   HAD1T"
We' e lots to 1
A  flne   -' ��� ���
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al   2oc.
FOR ONE WEEK
Extra Good Towel Values
FANCY   .'LOCKS
AT  HALF  PF1ICE
, t- 5  fai  in the ful ure.
Pork, wl be. ad-
ing   in    price  1 1
..' ..t   up  a cen
c. i s   a   poun i.   with   I
ui   to no Immedi   1
Iso   advanced   two   cent:
tr.   .   of s t ro 1     I ��� . ���
in  .
Be.
and all sold   as were also
good     1 uppli. s    of    veal,     lamb    and
ton.
Chickens,    good    birds    . sp. '-i'i ly,
t good prii       and  were all sold
��� irly in the day.
There   was  a   good  offering  of cut
ONE WEEK ONLY. 1 ROM TODAY.
The  Pair
Wi
646   Columbin   Street.
buy for cash and sod for the same,
We can  - . iny qu '   ' ���
White,   Brown,   and   Colored  Turl
e'Hu       rowels.    Read)   hemmed; ran       od     ia.111
A Special in White Skirts, $1.50
Value thai
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Official   Quotations.
Boef,  hindquarters, per Ib,   ..
Bi ei   forequarters, per ih 9c
I.au.h. per lb 16 to 18c
Mutton,  per lb 14 to lfic i
Veal,  large    9   to  10c ,
Veal, medium, per lh i'2 to 13c
Fori;, medium, per lb 15c |
Eggs, wholesale, per doz 32. :
Eggs, retail, per doz  35 to 40c
Butter,  wholesale,  per  lb 26c
Butter,   retail,   per   Ih :;iic j
Fowl,  per doz.,  live    $8  to 101
Chickens, per doz,  live    $r, to 8
Broilers, per doz $5 to 7
Ducks    $8 to 10
Geese, each  |1.50 '
Pol aloes,  per Ion    $12
Onions,  per   sack    J1.60
Turnips, per sack    50c
Carrots, per sack   75c I
Reets, per sack  75c j
Parsnips, per sack  75c |
Strawberries, per crate  ....$1.75 to 2
Gooseberries, per Ih 5c
Cherries, per lb   4 to 5c
I This Store IVleintsi
.   Your Inspection
Of   its   Unrivalled Assortments of Choice Furniture, Carpets, Rugs,
Curtains, Draperies, Home Furnishings, and all  kindred lines.
ECZEMA   ON    LEGS   AND   ANKLES
Quickly  Cured  by  D.   D.   O.
Mr. I. W. Corns, L'i (livens street.
Toronto, writes of his experience with
D. D. D.:
"I was a sufferer for about, two
years with eczema, on the legs and
ankles. I tried three or four different
doctors and none of thorn did me any
good. I then went to a skin specialist
and he was no belter.
"I happened to see your ad, and
am very thankful that 1 did. I sent
for a sample bottle and lt did me so
much good I sont for a $1.U0 bottle,
also a cake of soap. That is all 1
used and I am perfectly well, and I
don't think it will return. I have
advised several others to use it and
the results have been the same."
Even if you've tried a score of remedies without benefit���even If doctors
anl specialists have failed to help
you���D. D. D. will relieve that itching
torment at once, and will cure you.
Jusi give It a chance, and D. D. D.
; will do for you what we know It has
done for so many, Frank McKenzie,
Druggist.
For free trial bottle write to the
li. it. I). Laboratories, Department
N.  N., 2'i Jordan street, Toronto. ������
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The Largest
"Open  Stock
in all B. C.
Recent "carload" arrivals
again makes our stock entirely complete. We invite you
to walk through at your pleasure an3 note the tremendous assortments. Four great
floors absolutely packed with
the best qualities money can
buy. "Quality," the best to
be had for the money, ls the
key note In all our dealings.
New arrivals in Handsome
New Curtains and Draperies.
This department certainly
merits your attention if you
are thinking of refurnishing.
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LEES LIMITED
Successors to  Lee's Furniture Emporium
Phone 73 716718   Columbia   St.,   New   Westminster.
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Weekday Schedule
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver al   5
8 00 an I ev. ry half hour ther. after until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  al   5:50,  I
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return  Fare:   Adults, 60c;   children  under  12,
Sunday Schedule -Cars leave   Westminster   tor
a.  m.  and every   half  hour thereafter until   11   p.  m.
Cars leave Vancouver foi  Westminster at   8  a.  m.
every half hour thereafter until   11:30   p.   in.
Sunday   Exclusion   Kate. :   Return   fare,  50c;   childrei
Freight  Schedule���Freight cars leave Westmlnstei  foi
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p,  m.    Freight  cai
couver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON    LINE.
City Limits Line���ju minute service from 6:16 a. ni  to
Sunday    Service    Half    hourly   hetween   S  a.   m.  and  11 P- �����
Sapperton  Line���20 minute service, from ���;:-'> a. iii. i
Sunday   Service���Halt   hourly between 8:30 a. in
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We carry In stock an assortment of BLUE WHITE WESSLL
Prices  In Rings $40  to  $400. |ca8.
These  goods arc the  BEST procurable ln Canada, nnd is a
ure to show same.
howard and longine watches.
thc
jevvci -ER
Chamberlin's
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Ryall Foot Powder
25c per box.   Try It.
I Ryall's Drug Store
i EYES  TESTED
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BY  OPTICIANS.
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.DAY.
JUNE   18,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE Hii).
SPORTING NEWS
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m^
[f MEN TO BE SEEN
OUSINO IHE RUBBER
Lacrosse  Match
Will Be
Exhibit]
This Afternoon
interesting Affair.
FOREIGNERS TAKE UP
DEFI OF NATIVE SONS
Rank Outsiders  Promise to  Humiliate
Pride of Boys Born and  Bred
in   the   Purple.
Tl
���
The challenge Issued by the Native
Sons   was   nol    allowed   to   wander
around   uncaptured   verv   long.    No
s match at  Queens sooner   had   Tommy   GlfTord   ��� ized
iltlon affair and will j upon   u   yesterdaj   morning   In   The
0D   the   champion-1 Dally News  than   be  hurried  out to
colled  a  team  ���. hi :-,  he stati    can
clean up and wipe tl ������ earth with anything the  N itive  Sons can  produce
i   the  formation   of  the
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and , He, lot on Regina street, between  I
H    1650. One-third ca
���  al : per cent.
cash;   balance In 6 and
SURREY
quartc
tei   ��� ection on Hjorthe road
'     ''    ' '     '���   on easy terms.
Fifteen ai n s in Section  L6  B   5    .   R   ������ w
0ne-tWrd cabi,;  balance 6, 12 and IS months at'
200 per acre.    One-third
it  $1,200 per acre.
per cent.
W? al." bave lar&e listings    of bu iness and  residential prope
lies  in  city
Malins, Coulthard & C��
REAL    ESTATE,
Limited.
INSURANCE   AND
FINANCIAL AGENTS.
considerable   Interest \
[I   both   lure   and   in
Vancouver team will
nl and many are anx-
bapea up,   Long-  Foreigners
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-���Ti-
,.. imlnster   te im   is
as bis I"', in todaj
,    de     his     future
,    ��� ;. ady.
lhe   tiMins  will
Bun  Clark
l'"inl.
v.. ,il.   Clark
: point.
I i.i' nee.
.
'. Defence.
Di fence.
. enter,
li'IIH
!  Home.
regatl m of lacrosse
players bande I together for the sole
purpose oi lowering the colors of the
Native Soi
1   :     for!   i i   nnxl ms   thai   a
be sl utcome, as
not In I t of working for
\   .. ouvi r      notl Ing, < i do a   gi |   , oi <���
fun out i     I Q ot! ei   Fori I .
are ol ������  and thlnl
Native v.'      '       : bach theli claln i
v. Ith 9 inn thin    mon   sui   tai  lai
air.
""ie   Fi ri Igners   wll]   play  any old
anj aid plac<  im- anything al all.
i he following Is the lineup of the
aliens   Goal, Munn;  poinl   Galbralth;
cover] olnt,   T.   Gifford;   flrsl   defence,
hall;    ��� cond defence, J. Gifford;
third    defi m e,   G.    Rennie;    center,
lLongfellow;   third   borne,   Alex.   Rob-
Fred Paynt< r  ertson;      sei ond      home,      Don    i
Sprln ;;   I mi    :,    Kenn?;   out-
sldi , C. Si rii ;���. i: . i !i . Latham.
Take You
mc
Ms
Here are a few sample proposltloi of the manv good opportunl-
''''s for profitable Invi ent in City, Distrlcl and Waterfrontage
propertj listed with HALE BROS. <��   KENNEDY, LTD
Soilif
City
Howai d
Godfrey
Spi Ingi r
. .   West '
Sapper-
advance
Ileum     .
Home
Sumner
Allen
me.
McLaughlin
  Adamson
has  been  made
���   the whtBtle, bul
,. Ditchburn, as be
���.I Vancou\er ami
ul sufficient  Import-
...nisiri   in  ral
they   wlshe '���   -
BOYS WILL PLAY FOR
BURDE   WATCHES   TODAY
Bi fore   thi h   today,   the
���  ���    Irst game for tin   Burdi   wi ���
will   be   pl    ���            pai k
tween   the   Sapperton   Juveniles       I   '
the  Kangaroos.    The only  condition
placed on  the i n n bei s of the team
is that i hey are fourti ol age
or under.    The  wai    ���   . di i Lted  bj
R. J. Bui de, a foi r r< sldent of the
city, to encoui o sse among the
young tei       re well worth competing
, foi     The  following  Is a  list  of the
I    - better an l could  play.
encjr, but it was     Bap] ������ Burr, Garret!
, him a !������'. Nelson, Barry, 11 JohnBton, O. John-
il ol the gam. '": Cl ami i -. S. McKenzie, Cam-
Spring '!���. id. ���   eron, Miti
Kani   ���..       Gos     .'.'������   |  ,.   i���
in);   Arthur \. Owen,
I).  Dial Matheson
W. Ri  ���  ��� l G, Gil-
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W. t Cameron, D. Bo
re '" allow liim
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.   In attendance
will be il e lai I
..iis   until   the
the Montr.
ro vxii   Snaps
Two Lots���Com ,.i Strei     and   Tenth   Avenue,
ton, close to proposed Burnaby Lake  car  line,    Substantial
certain.    Price  > ... i   e ch;   cash.
Two   Lots���Corner   Major  and   Kelly   Streets.   Sapperton.      fine
-  !!"':| Columbia Streel car line.   Lane in rear,   ('.nod level lots,
��� cleared. Situation gives beautiful view. Price $1,400 for the
two. Terms, $500 cash; balance in 6, L2 and IS months. For residential siie. or ns an investment, a goo i thing.
Fraser River Frontage
40 Acres, 1.300 Feet���On Parsons Channel, near Port Kells, above
Port Mann. Price $275 per acre, or only about $8.50 a front foot.
Terms, one-third cash;   balance In 1, 2 and 3 years at six per cent.
Two Choice Waterfrontage Propositions���At upper end of Lulu
Island, on main river, within city limits. Eleven hundred feet frontage In one, ai '. fourteen hundred feel in the other, at about $100
a front  foot.    For particulars apply.
Desirable District Deals
Lets in Westminster View���A few of these rare bargains for tlie
...     '        nail Investor left.    It only  takes $25  down  to se-
a $200 residential lot in  a   most   delightful   scenic   location;
within ten minutes of the city by  the   New   Westminster-Chilliwack
tram line.
80 Acres in Surrey���Within half a mile of the Xew Westminster-
Cl  lllwack railway and the Great  Northern railway.    This is a snap
. nlj   $80 an  acre, with  $2,400 cash, and balance spread over four
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Another   Eighty   Acre   Pick   Up���At $75 an acre, only $1,500 down,
��� ��� In G, 12 ami 18 months, is located in Langley Municipality,
near Ud. ve, nol far from the extensive Fraser Valley Nurseries.
latel; ii... 1 from Burnaby. Less than a mile from the Great Northern rail'.'.. er tf. mile from the B. C. Electric railway.
in  Nurseries will bring it closer.   Would make
 m, or four of twenty acres.   Sure thing Investment to
turn over bcfoi I  .   yment at good profit.
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ETTLER
We have six acres good land, partly improved. '���', miles from city, 1 mile
from Chilliwack tram.
$200 Cash
Balance  1 and  2 years
Price  $1,500
mpany
Private   Money to  Loan  on  Good   Improved City and  District Security.
���NEW
628 Columbia St.
746 Columbia  St.
WESTMINSTER,
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Contractors and
House Builders
We nave a lull   line   or   tne   Best
Bunders  Hardware in this City.
Before Building See TJ;. as we
money.     Also Complete   Stock
believe   we   can   save   you
ol   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
WEST WINS
Whitney's  Ht-sc  Wins.
I ���       June IT.   The Wh
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with ���   ��� led   for  i wo-
furlongs
by H. 1
Queen      larie (Ally) pcond and
.   third.      Thirl
ran.
. Be, East Enders
Defeat.
I acr o
ited  Its BUperi-
last night
Thi o was
Ahead  of Schedule.
and "i lai n Corinth,   M I  inning
that  East  1 ���
the first tl        " ' reached  this
���   of
naie Bros,
LIMITED
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REAL    ESTATE.   INSURANCE   AND    TIMBER.
Merchants   Ban'*   Building.
Telephone  No. 335.
corner of  Columbia  and   Begbie  Streets.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
let   and   I   .
'   linn a.s to the
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��� ll.  Burr,  Ad-
��� 1 ' 1: 1  i \      1
Wright;     Mark,
D. Sinclair,
nston;   spai
tenay.
; mey,
' ��� rtson and  H. Oil-
citj   at   I Vll
rs  a"'-   I]
Ohmbo Wins Suburban Hindicap.
17.���
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Olai ������ ' I
5.
Ml. AN WE GPMD
SIGHT
10 RESTORE
SURVIVORS OF GREELY
EXPEDITION   REUNITED
BASEBALL
V .m..,.    '  - -A reunion ol
u   .   ml   and   ! tercst.    ��    i h
,i-oUght       ���    ��� mi d who, for
three yeai I t ' ���' '��� ' ell er In
the I". . n north, took place In Ho-
boken, N J., lasl night, when thn
i irvlvors of the ii' fated Greely \rc
tic expedition met foi the flrsl tin e In
twenty-five .ears, Ot the BoveD men
wh,. survived the terrible experiences
id Hint trip, two have Blnce died and
the others are i'i fori l��n parts. ,,..,,��������.,
i'i,,. thn e who mei  In Hoboken to
Seetion  of   Cornea  TraiS'
planted   From   Patien
Optic to Chinaman's.
Only Three Lots Left
2nd Street New Sub-division !
Peter Peebles
Columbia   Street. Phone 307.
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June   17.
��n   League.
It.
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renew acquaintance are Hcnrj Welder-
beck, secretary of the Arctic Club of
I Nmciii'ii; Francis Long, employed In
,the weather burea i here, and Maurice Connell, chiel of the weather bureau nt Ban Ji b    Cal,
v..,
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Vork
'���  ' "nai   League.
If'.
I Sen
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it.
0
lilt
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"sion-St
Al
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Louis
East*
game
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II.
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postponed
u.
'ern   League,
'aitlnioro ��� Montres
0,   llaltl-
ftei
I^Pfviden
11 \    j,
poued;
nil!
no,    Knchcster-.ler-
Washington,
printing   paper
wood   cut
New York, .lune 17.���Through the
transplanting of a Bectlon of the cor-
ner of the human eye, an operation
which was performed at Flower hospital, sur. eons hope that Bight will be
to  a  Chinese  merchant   of
is city who has been blind tor years.
The operation, which was witnessed
by a large number ot Burgeons, is believed to 1"' th�� only one of its kind
ever performed In America. Dr. Von
Hipped an eminent German Burgeon
iimi the originator of the operation,
however, has successfully transplanted
n rabblfs cornea into a human eye.
Dr, Royal S. Copeland, dean of the
i".siiiiai.  performed    the
operation.
QUEBEC'S  PULPWOOD.
United States Countervailing Duty on
Any Cut  Prior to  May  1.
june 17.���Pulp   and
manufactured   from,
���   r,���wi,   lands   in     the   the   patient,   ho   found  the  co. n, -.   "���
Province ot Quebec prior to  May  1 ' (r;i,ispnront  coat  of each
'" ,,M> countorvalling| t   th0   patient   couU
ord, or  oi'.ui".
distinguish night trom da>.
When he first examined the eyes of
tab
Newark-Buffalo games
Co-'st  League.
last is Bubjecl
duty of twenty-flve cents per c
Its equivalent of thlrty-flyecenU a ton
manufactured  state ns  p.lit
Ided by the new tarin
eyeball   so
not
l��an vl" "andsco���Los
|  m ,   cl8co '"���
Itndo    Vngelea
At
Angeles   i!
Vernon 2, Port
At V.
Sacrame
100
Nc
ScIbooT61"0   Oakland
in  the
paper, ns  pro
law, according to a
Treasury department today.
U_9  products  manufactured  from
woodcut on now,, lA^s in Quebec
I after May i are nol subjecl  to the
Baa countervailing duty.
in   the
���"'thwestern
8eaUl((anc��uver-
Vi,'"'"tvor	
i   ''"''ii,..   ,.    ,���'
"I howls
League.
U.
At
11.
   2      8      1
  -1    10     1
nnd   Custer;    Mil-
.���:. juror comeS8PRyEpabJDummeb
S|ii'K;,
ll.U-
Nan.
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It.
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��<mttle
it
folk
iiic
Ryan, Homier, und
, ��� Schm .tg, nml By/nes.
wandmg  0f  Clubs.
Won. I.iist
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I      80
U,lf T
ouver
Qame�� Today.
*ncon
vs.
in,:;;' p. m
�� Rt Bi
Seattle,  Recreation
and 6 p. m.
itane,
Cincinnati, June  it
told Judge Gorman  I
pleas  courl   yesterda:
prepared  to do
juror.    Then  Keef(
eorridor and dragged a
court room
'.'What's 111111"" ask!
taches. ..
"My   wardrohe"  Bfllci
�������>��r.vsA fug*
keeps." he remarked.   "' nm pre*
to Bit   on  this rase all  summer.
Keefe Is a juror In the .
w  Douglas agatnsi the
ColafflbUB Traction company.
Pet
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4r>r,
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Among tbe other patients
hospital was one whose lefl eye had
decision of the|been injured so badly that It was nee-
easary to remove it. Thc cornea. o
this eve. however, was normal, tftld It
wns decided to operate on both patients at tin- same time and use the
cornea of the discards eve to rem.
edy the defect In one of tbe eyes ot
the Chinese. ���
I loth patients were nnaest bet insert
nt the same time and placed ou oner-
at In. tables. Dr. Copeland stood between the two tables. First a circular
.ection of the opiuiue cornea Ol tne
oye Of the Chinese was removed. Four
or live layers of the cornea were cut
through, The tlfth was left Intact so
that the aqueous humor of tho eye
might not escape.
The sur. eon then turned to the
other patient and removed from the
n0rmal cornea of the injured eye a
"ectlon similar in size and shape to
llnl removed trdm the opaque cornea,
This healthv section was placed I.
me orifice which had heen made In
X_ -ve of the Chinese and the, eye
MB then bandaged and the other pa-
a eye v,-as removed.
ae ��k McLellan
Trapp Block
Phone   714.
M.  .1.  Keefe
n the common
he  had  come
i  a whole duty  as a
went mil  Into tbe
trunk into the
,1 the court at-
Keefe as he
oolll.
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or F.
Cincinnati &
ITHREE
SURREY
SNAPS
Block 5 North, Range 2
West.
(1)
Ten Acres, Section 32,
$500 per acre.
(2)
Eighty Acres in Section
21, $600 per acre.
(3)
16.76 acres  in  Section
27, $500 per acre.
Terms: Third Cash, balance to be arranged.
Rae & McLellan
Trapp Block
Phone   714.
You can never fortell when your premises nre going to be destroyed by fire, so protect yourself in time by Insuring in reliable
companies that pay tlieir losses promptly, and whose rates are the
lowest.
Telephone or call at my offlce and 1 will be pleased to give you
rates and any other Information.
ALFRED  W.  McLEOD
"The Insurance Man"
Suite 1. Curtis-Armstrong Blk.      Phone 62
RELIEVED OF DUTY
IN THE FAR NORTH
uen
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE        DAILY        NEW
Ueglna, June 17.���Superintendent J.
D. Moodie, of the R.N.W.M.P., was In
Regina on Thursday and left the same
day for Maple Creek, where he will
missloner Perry, who Is at the head
of the R.N.W.M.P. wished to have a
talk with him about some mutters. It
Is not yet certain to which division
he wlll be appointed after Maple
Creek, where he expects to remain for
about two months.
Ile canio from Churchill over    the
snow hy the dog trail, and left there
command the R.N.W.M.P. for a time.
Supt. Moodie has been connected with j on April 18, arriving at Split lake on
the force for twenty-five years; but | April 23, making the distance ln five
has recently been relieved at Fort I days, which Is a record, the previous
Churchill by Barnes, who has taken  hest being five nnd a half days.    He
over command of that division. Mr.
Moodie asked to be relieved last year
from the Hudson Hay post, whore he
had been for seven years and although
left Split Lake on May 13, and reached Norway House, at the head of Lake
Winnipeg on the NeTson river, by
canoe, arriving at Winnipeg on Juna
his visit here h'*asi no significance, Coin- .5, aud then came on lo Ueglna.
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' KvGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDA
Choice
nsaans
osiers
1
sagajEggEEJ Ts*m*sr3^s.ign
The new summer styles in Hosiery
snow some very tasty patterns in a
variety or new suDclued color tones.
Cotton Hose, 15c,  25c to 35c
Lisle Hose, 35c, 50c to 65c
Fancy Cashmere, 50c to $1.25
Young men   who   appreciate   smart
hosiery   for   their   Oxrords,   can  nnd
wl
hat they want here.
t.
GUARANTEED HOSIERY
We sell the famous Neverdarn,
Holeproof hosiery. Sola in boxes of
1-2 dozen each, (guaranteed not to
wear through at heel or toe, it worn
alternately.    Price $2.00 per box.
SEE OUR WINDOW
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The Store of Satisfaction
Clothes Hats Furnishings
Miss Jessie Drew is visiting triendd
at Matsqui.
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Mrs.   J.   H.   Agar   will   not   re ���
until the autumn.
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Mrs. T. Douglas Sheriff will not re-
i. i. ���   until the autumn.
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Geoi ge   Wolfi nden  is  visiting
friends at Terra N
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Mr. Barnel    i : Mr, J. E. B. Barnet
ai ���   in ' iwn :. >m Renfi e ���'���.
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and Mrs. T. J. Armstrong leave
on  .Monday ior a trip to Cranbrook.
Mr. J. J. Jones and Mr. F. J. Harl
returned from a trip to Vernon.
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Mr.  B yce  Brown left on Thursdey
o.n a survey  party for Fort Stewart.
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Ml b Naomi  Briggs has been visiting friends  in   Vancouver during  the
wi  ��� ..
Mr.  Bernard  Corbould  is home for
ys fi om St. And    �� ��� collegi .
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M s. J. J. Jones Is the guesl of her
.   Mis.   Hugh  Jones  al
Aldei. : ovi .
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Mrs. E. K. Black, of Vancouver, wi ���
���   .      ���  of Mrs. Ge irgi   Bi atty, on
.day.
BELI PREDICTS AIR CRAFT   COLUMBIA RIVER FAILS
Will FIGURE IN WARFARE     Tfl GIVE SAW CATCH
�� .���   e   Armv   Cannerymen,  to   Keep   Matter   Quiet,
Forrrer Chief of Staff of  U. S. Arm> '
Import   Fish   From   Alaska   for
F edicts  Big Things for Aero-
Portland Folk's Consumption,
planes.
Po 'hind. Jun<   I'    For Borne time
v,.���������   York,    June  li. ''   '.  . isi Pi  I  md pi >ple bave I" en eating
i s..imon  under the beliel  tl   I
States a ey have been 1 iyin|   baa
��� orl   i ''' ',r,":' .'" e|     a tl eir own Columbia river,
j "with a prediction  thai   *'""" the greatestwealth of which has heen
Will e   #1      ,r....,r,r,.L,-.���a  cnlmnn VntrllflB   there
a new  of  li-.
an la ,'"
to this, he <
	
. mi adous salmon cal    i    there
U wa If ii,"! nlng for the Aral
Linn li ' ��� ; that, for Borne inexplicable reason, a dearth ol salmon i iclata
in the Columbia this year. Old time
fishermen an nonplussed. There is a
��� pri ed bj rnanj of those In a
���    to  know   the   i Ituatlon   an I
sco in a few months to   taKe who '"," .M"'"s in '!l" ,W;";"'S b"al-
Philippine dlvl "       that'hr��"?h "I"'" M,"'"I:'   '   !
***** nomena  the  t oluinbla  may   lose   Its
i hh I .- sel
In a desperate effoi t to di     ilse I
real situation and "bull" the salmon
��� t, loi al canm rj men bave, it ts
uuuix
will be able to carrj   guns
��� ��� ��� ordi mi i v. Ill be <!������> Ised tn
i] 01    ind di  ti   ���   air crafi
���  i  ground.
Bell, who  will  sail   I
��� Isco in a !'��� '���'.'  months to    tak<
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. ���   Opil   "I.
���  .   probable utility ol  llj Ing
the point <     ������ ������ "���   ol
ildh r.
liis   ip;.1v   was  as   follows:
ewKu
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Just   arrived   frorr.   the   0;d    Country
Manufacturers.
It   will   pay   ycu   to   corre   and   see
them.
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Denny I Galloway
���  OME     : .RNISHERS
'   '.'.'���'.��� ..   ��trr Inster
'. ore C 1 :-. '.". Ued. letdayi
\lB.mK*S___Z.1_t3S____m r^..y.:.:.zmaaa-���-~;m,,
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Sleveston aad Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P.  M.  daily except Saturday, and
on  Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at B. C. E. R. ticket offlce and on hoard steamer. Electric cars leave Steveston every hour (on the half-hour) for Vancouver.
See  the  Famous  Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
Hound trip tickets to Stevifiton, Saturday afternoons,  .1.
��� For 'transporting considerable car-! PwMvib been  quietly   r<
Lit would '     : ' '     "
*****a*a**************^^^^^^^^^^^..     salmon.
'���.     !. u Ithoul any ad' ���   I
lng, and | ��� thi        il mai ..<������
i
ban hea
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rawback in mai ��� ' "  ' ' ' :':'",;i !'"1 J   ���'il-":'���   1 "
na-o.**   rl,..i    ilos    hns   li, ,n    done    has
Mr. Fred  Mon Is, ol
the   guest   during   tl e
and   Mrs.  Annandale.
Atfstralla, was
wi ek   of   Mr.
Mr.  W. J,  Sandells is leaving the
city shortly for Prince Rupert, where
he will In future reside.
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Mrs.   Hubert   B.   McBaln   was   the
'guest of her mother, Mrs. J. S. Clute,
Sixth  avenue,  on   Monday,
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j     Mr.  and  Mrs.  R.  S.  Hudson, of To-
' ronto, and  Mr. G. L. Smellie. of Van-
comer, were in town on Friday.
nd blowln   .': ���       e rati
still in a    '    ���
developn ent.     Howi . Ier-
ii   ines will in l I tew
b i    sufficiently     devi    ped    to
��� ������ thi m :' liable In na\ Ig itlng the
��� ��� cepl in the he    Ii       torms.
"I   ba\ e  i ersonall     i  i  di iubi    that
new s  tbal   thl bi en   done   has
ternation In t bia cil >.
At the outset this year promised to
bannei   one  foi   Co umbla  i Ivei
en en     Evei j thing  p< Inted  to  a
: un and all pi eparntlos   had ,p< n
n a '.'��� to cai ���   toi   BuCh  a  i un.    The
���   ol   the  river to give  up    iis
1   bave i ersonall ,, ��� ,
oplanes   will   be  perfected   i'i   Uie  *e   "       ' v"'���"'"'   ; '"'   ��w*
e ol a few years thai maj be re- p!ans t0 naught
Iii d upon to cai rj  from thn e I i five
pi ! sons and a c ei tain  amount "f ex-
res   in   addition.     By   the   time
ia   comes  about,  ordnance   for  the
ON   HUDSON   BAY SURVEY.
���  ia   come!   ','     ordnance   for  the  Schooncr  Thomey   to   Spend   Twelve
' ;   ';   destroying   air  crafl   will M     h     '   h    North_
lesti mably  bai e  been  de^ i I ��� ��� :
; nd  ballistic tables iei Igni -it    con
Months  in the  North
Halifax,    June    17.���The    steamei
Mrs. Yuengling came back on Monday from Kamloops where she was the
guest  of her  sister,  Mrs.   Wood.
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shute and Miss
Whitehead lefl on Wednesday for Victoria where they will make their
home.
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Mr.  Arthur  Bull, of Vancouver and
Mr. Charles Vincent of Victoria were
guests   of   Mr.   W.   F.   Edmonds   on
Sunday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Major. Dr. and
Mrs. Drew and Mrs. Coverdale Watson are building summer homes at
Houndary Bay.
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Mr.  T  ,R.   Pearson,  Mrs.  Coverdale
Watson, and   Miss  I.aura Watson are
spending a fortnight at  the Chalet at
Lake Louise, Laggah.
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Miss Brown and Miss Gertrude
Brown came home on Wedn<s .aj
from Victoria, where they have been
visiting relatives.
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A   meeting  of  the  Philanthea club
was held at the home of Miss Evelyn
Cunningham,   Fifth   street,  to
the club's  furnishing a room
Royal Columbian hospital.
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Mrs. James P. Pi ice w""
for the first time, at her home. 211
Third avenue, on Tuesday afternoon,
June 21, and nol again until autumn.
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'  '   '';r'-''' ���- '���'   ordnance. a Burvevlng ,..,,,,',,, Hudson Bay, is
,0winS  t0 "���" -'���"'  ������/   whi,c1'  :"!' beii       tti I  up for  the trip     Bbi   I
'   f^n travel, the] ol accu- ,,, to     Bteam .��� ��� &nxiUnr*
Irlnga   then will be difficult ol -,.,���. s���._,���_.,. ,g a SIilaI,.!,M)kinL;. ,,���,,.
B0   '���    :'..h"     thls,    Btf"8Ja���e  ,8tP^d master, of 133 tons, and is a fast
ll.kew(l8e  """    "   ;ui,",|il:    "r er    She was a Massachusetts fishing
���     om    n air cial.  to burl projectiles veB8eI originally.    Her hull is oak. and
'       ' ;':''  ""  "   "!^  :';:"V   "'   'I she Is particularly well adapted for the
fire or to tire any  kind  ol  ord- Hmlsnn B     ,r, ;   Sli��� wa* purchased
with an3 degree ol accuracy at ^     M     ,,,���,,,������   ���f   BrlFu     Nfld
l",_V'" ?  ,h" ,::;M!,S s"'fa,'e' ,    , and the cost is reported to hav,  been
|     Aeroplanes will unquestionably be jn  U|(.  vl , lt      ,  $9(MM)     Sh    ��� ���,
���!y   Peat asslBtan e   ta   making ,������,. he     ^ ;n���,;M]    ^ wll,       t|)
���   reconnolsances  ol   the  enemy. por   Churcbl��� wi,h     s���rw.%ill, ���lltv
but observations therefrom I imagine, ,���   fl)U,.  englneer8i   who  wf,    ,,',,,;���
nol   be very  valuable In topo- th        ,      *k      ��� ffl        T),()
graph cal    survevs.      \\ ihon      doub .,, .   , ,
....       ���    . ,  . , steamer wil   take no cargo other   h-m
���  ������ will be specie   lenses and ac- BU   Uea f,���. ���  s,rv���viru;  party.    S)���.
*****   :"'   Photographic wjll' ,,���,v ., crew ���, ,,,.���',  M!on   and
work at high speed  so thaJ accurate w|1|  ,,,.������  ���,  Ha]i)ax  ���,������ ,,���. b
���s ma>  h.'i.a'le of ,1���. enemy s (,(,w:n||i(.,it g     , ��,
moblUzatlon and dlstribntlon. , .v��� ,n  July  f���r  ^  N(.|s(iIh  wi,h
"MY  totem  pole"  is mother,surveying party.
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ADVERTISE  IN   THE  NEWS
Mr.  R. C. t'1  tnerly a pupil
of the New Westminster High sel,""!
has graduated trom McMaster university,  with   honors  in  philosophy  an I
; olitical   Bciem a      Mi.   Crowe   will
study  tor  law.
* *   *
On Thursday, Miss Alma Lewis en-
I  In   i  at   luncheon  complimen   i
t-i    her   cousin.   Mis i   Lllloi el   Ai m
stron ���-.     The   color   scheme   was   in
green,  while  nastui tluma   ��������� ��� re  ui ed
to  ' ' litre   the   table.
* *    *
The marriage' is announced to take
place of Lillooet, daughter of Mr, and
Mrs. J. C. Armstrong, to Mr. Edward
Newby    Sutherland    on    Wedm
dune 22, at   half aftei   I wo o'cl
63 Mei: Ivale street,
��   ��   *
(in  Tuesday  afti i noon   Mr i,  G,  A.
I i ,i entertalnoj al a delight]ul li';te
woi i: tea at whi :h Miss Lillo iei Ai m-
itrong waa I' e honored guest. Mrs,
Mian    was    assisted    by    Mrs.    J.    P,
Hampton Hole, who poured tea; Mis.
\. C. Eddy, who cut the ices, and by
Miss Freeze, Miss Beryl Briggs and
Miss Laura  Pittendrlgh.
...
0:i Thursday and Fiifiay evenings
the   Browning   (dub,   for   the   season1
1910 entertained  their  friends at   the
| home of Mrs. George E. Drew, Sixth
street,    Under the direction of Miss
I Lillian Burns they presented very acceptably "Cninford," by  Mis. Gaskell,
land   "Riders   to   the   Sea,"   by   F.   Mi
iSynge.     Miss   Drew  and   Miss   Laura
'Watson contributed musical numbers.
* ��    *
On Friday, Miss Nora Armstrong en-
Itertalned at   luncehon  complimentary
Ito Miss Lillooet Armstrong.    The dec-
| orations   were  carried  out  in   American    Beauty    roses.      Those    present
were   Miss   Lillooet   Armstrong,   Miss
Briggs,   Miss   Brown,   Miss   Gertrude
j Brown,  Miss Alma Lewis, Miss Veda
Leamy, Miss Marlon Martin. Miss An-
, nandale,   Miss   Vera   Corbould,   Miss
j De  Wolf  Smith,   Miss   Winnie   Keary
iand  Miss Cotton.
* ���    ���
On Wednesday afternoon Miss
Briggs was a delightful hostess at
the ten hour In compliment to Miss
Lillooet Armstrong. The drawing
rooms were beautifully decorated with
quantities of Juno flowers. During
the afternoon a hemming contest was
enjoyed, the prize winner being Miss
Margaret Lewis, while Miss Lillooet
Armstrong was given the guest of
J honor prize. Miss Briggs was assisted hy Mrs. Hugh Byrne Sweeney, her
The stirring basso soul- "My Toi n
Pole.'' rendered by Detmar Poppen
and male members of the chorus in
William P. Cullen'8 musical corned)
i "The Alaskan." which will be Been
here Monday evening, Is one of the
most   remarkable   numbers   beard   In
iiu1 I    opera       ItB   c- j .���    the   | 6D
e"log.' of the Alaskan Indian as i>
carved upon the Totem poles po i
.d by each family of tbal far away
country, which are handed dawn from
one generation to another. A particularly excelent s; iii >ii�� n now adorns
one of the public squan a of the City
of Seattle. War'i., it having be n
brought direct Horn om ol ' ie Al :
kan Indian \lllages i" thai city,
MONDAY
JUNE 20
MONDAY
JUNE 20
HARRY   TIDY,   Manager.
ONE   Merry-Musical   NIGtf
W
m
, P. Cullen's
The  All
Sumptuous   Presentation ot
Laughter  Musical  Comedy
CATHOLICS  DELIGHTED
AT   ASQUITH'S  ANNOUNCEMENT
London,       .! ine        IT.���
Bourne bai  i    ��� '��� e I tbe follow lng i
m   from   Archbisbp   Brui
loi '' eai: "Canadian Catholii
o.>--)f*ed at Asquilh'a annoum emenl
and  ai e confl lenl   that   i be hou
' anu ions ��ill finally   alti t the I
di olaration  oath   and   hoj e  that   the
echurastic cong i      maj   suil ibly a i
i:-iv. li [f.   thi   '     nt."
Revised, Retimed, Fresh from 5 Months Chicaj
-WITH ���
RICHARD F. CARROLL
J. i
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Mrs
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ouse gti     .       o  |    irei  tea
Irs. i . ��� i   :
and    i       ting    won
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i '.i. .;������.: i ..: ;     .      .:.���!.' a i.
*   *    ��
(in Mondaj i vt nlng, al t ho home ol
ihe bride's i ..nuts, Mr, an I
Reichenbach, Eighth stieet,
daughter, Mabel Gertrude, vas
i led to Mr, David Boy li inley, b>
Rev.  .1.   s.   Henderson.      The  bi I Ii
j wore an exquisite gown of white em
broideie.l  Swiss  muslin  and  she car-
,ried a Bhower bouquet of bridal roses.
' Miss Asliby, the bridesmaid, wore a
dainty gown of pale blue silk crepe
de chine and her flowers weie pink
roses. Mr. K. L. Talt was best man.
After Ihe ceremony, at which only
relatives and Intimate friends were
present. Mr. and Mrs. Donley left for
a honeymoon trip to Seattle.
��    *    ��
Mrs, Georgo Beatty was a gracious
hostess at a tea on Thursday afternoon of tills week al which Miss Lil
looet Armstrong was gtusf of honor.
The drawing room where Mrs. Beatty
and Miss Armstrong received was artistically decorated with quantities of
pink rambler roses. In the dining
room the tea table was lovely with
a cut glass bowl filled witli La France
roses over a mirror center wreathed
with pale pink chiffon. Mrs. C. N.
Macdonuld and Mrs. II. It. Davidson
poured and later Mrs. C. C, Worsfold and Madame Gauvreau, while
Mrs. J. R. Brunt, Mrs. J, Brydges.
Mrs. Yuengling and Mrs. .1. C. Armstrong cut the Ices al a table centered
with American Beauty roses. Assisting them were Miss Briggs, Miss
Naomi BrlggS, Miss De Wolf Smith.
Miss Marlon Martin, Miss Cotton. Miss
Brown, Miss Gertrude Brown, Miss
Alma Leamy, Miss Peele, Miss Nora
Armstrong, MIkb MacLean and Miss
Freeze.
an
nd   the   Prettiest,   Sauciest,   Daintiest  Chorus of
"Girly  Gitis"  ever  crganizcc1.
vWnW RAIIIk'fi   Audience vs. Eskimo Girls.
MlIW   DALuIHI    A Positive Novelty.
Seats on Sale at Tidy's Florist Store, Friday, June 17tU.
New Arrivals in
Ladies' Blouses
AND
Children's Dresse
A. J. BIR TCH
The White House 617 Columbia Street^
Steal  State Seal. I majority   of   more  tha"   B , ,
ok.'" ��. <��i��..."."�� im. ��- sssst'Sd's ��jsfr
a  wild automobile  drive In  fho  mid-  8taje capital  Monday.     \      ��i\]e*e-
night hours Saturday the seal of the  SUrrcptllloiiRly removed fron^ ^ff d^
state of Oklahoma was brought from j retary of state's[ offl<* *   o�� Qovem
Guthrie  to  Oklahoma City,  following ' rlare.l to be In '"'"ice    l|n"
announcement that Oklahoma City had  C.   N.   Haskell   at
won in thc state capita]  fight  by  ft  hotel. <atu
rdav,
JUNE   18,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl
THREE MATCHES SAVE
LIVES OE CASTAWAYS
IMPERIAL
TERMINAL	
HINDOO  FLOUR
$6.75 per bbl.
. ...5.25 per Bbl.
...$4.50 per Bbl-
JHcQ arrie&Co.
FLOCK AM) FF.KD MERCHANTS
STREET.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
'YOU  NEEDN'T
COME  AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will U. 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
pbone Ih In good order, and
their numb-is are 15 and 18.
Coal procured b. re is crack a-
jack coal, however Becured.
CfLLEYBROS., Ltd.
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SHOW CASES I
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOOD
V/ORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
IE. WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
J.   BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corr��r  Eleventh  and  Carline.
PHONE 473
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B.C. Mills
Timber and  Trading   Co.
;facturers  and  Dealers In   All  Kinds of
LUMEBR. LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH.   DOORS.   INTERIOR   FINISH,
T'JHNEO WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  '2 New  Westminster Box  137
Blown to Sea in Canoe,
Indian Sealers Win Fight
Against Starvation.
Victoria, .lune  17.���"So  In  my hat
," !"  ''" '' three  matches  i  theSe
'hree Baved our lives for we take one
match and we light ll carefully and
'"���'  ' """" a  "re and   we  boil   moss
which we had gath. i from tbe rocks
ana this we eat and then we walk
many miles in search of a settlement
Ami the next day we take another
match and again boil moss and again
walk all day and then after lighting a
ure with .mr last match on the third
days journey, which was the seventh
Bince we had left the schooner, we
sighted a settlement and then all was
well and we lived."
Jack and Cl,i,,s are two West Coast
Indians. Chips lias gone sealing for
sixteen years. Jack, a younger man,
has had considerable experience But
1,1 the life of either there n. ver was
;" terrible an Incident as befi n them
w,hen, after leaving the schooner
rhomas F, Bayard on .lune .",, j��� Iheir
'"'"'''' ''I quest of seals, a storm diove
them  seaward  Into  darkness.
The weather had been fine and the
day looked good for bunting when ihe
canoe wenl overside with the two Indians. All day they hunted with no
success, and wen.' aboul to turn hack
wl.e,, suddenly the shy grew overcast
and a wind from the north blew down
upon them.
All night long the-.- pa idled with no
11 o i| hi, excepl i" k. ep th. li craft be-
fon the gale, and paddling and hailing
they kept the canoe afloat through
the night.
Day came at last and to the eastward appeared the thin black line that
told of land. They examined their
store of provisions and found they
11 ni li ted "i flve biscuits. Water they
had none, for the billy had heen emptied  and  used  for  bailing,
Eating sparingly of the biscuit they
commenced again the    weary    labor,!
Under a hot June sun their lips crack-!
ed   with   the   salt   water    and    their
tongues became swollen bul they paddled  steadily on.
Their biscuit was all gone and they'
had   passed   one  other  night   in   thei
i   ���   e without water when finally they
ran   upon  the beach  ami  dug in  the
sand   with   their   paddles   until   they!
had found a little brackish water and
then tumbled over for the long sleep j
of exhaustion.
Next morning they found water and
[the three matches. Then they started'
tor civilization. From the Indian village ihey discovered they were taken
i" Bella Bella, whence they have just
arrived here.
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Hill!
This is the Wonderful New Flour
that has made such a sensation throughout Western Canada.
Made of highest grade Saskatchewan wheat, in the newest, best-equipped,
largest mill on the prairies.
Made with the determination to   give users   better  flour-value, greater
certainty cf   baking-success,  fuller satisfaction with the final   result,  whether
with biscuits, cake or bread.    ���
Housewives throughout all the West admit that Robin Hood Flour gives all this.
Therefore, Madam, it is the flour for you.
This flour cannot be described in an advertisement.    We use this paper
merely to give the introduction���to say:
" Let us make you acquainted with Robin Hood Flour."
It Is the guaranteed flour.     If you ape  not satisfied with it  after two fall* tr als,
ask youp grocer for your money back.    He will give lt to you.
Add mope water than usual when   using- Robin Hood Flour.    Made of such
hard, dry wheat, lt absorbs more moisture   producing a larger, whiter loaf.
The difference between Robin Hood Flour and other flours
you have to find out for yourself.   That there is a difference
every woman who now uses Robin Hood admits.
SASKATCHEWAN FLOUR MILLS CO.
LIMITED 1
Moose Jaw, Sask.
WATER   NOTICE.
I
I
Here's an
Opportunity
MISSED  MAfvRIAGE  BY
MARGIN  OF  TEN   MINUTES
ff7^r^^-'-TT���g:CTy���1,^"IVWB'<T,,*
I Just a Few Left of
West End View
Lots
In Lol in, Sub. Block 12. between 8th and
loth AvenueSj to the east of 18th Street.
Price $350, one quarter cash, balance 6, 12
and IS months. These lots are close to the
new i it off, and you will be wise if you step
in now and secure them.
Two Good Buys
2 nil s lota on Hamilton St.. all cleared,
50x150.    Price $800 each cash, or $1000 on
terms.
Lot 7 oni Ith St., Block 19, Sub. block 7.
Price $750 on terms.
Maple Ridge
120 acres of pood land, close to Mission City
Pnce is $35 per acre. $1000 cash handles
tnis.   Balance on very easy terms.
k British Canadian Securities
Company, Limited
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
0ff>ce:    The Dominion Trust
~ I   H MlII____���_���!
Chicago,  Juno  17.���Hy  a few  min-!
ites   margin Norman A, Pabst, ol De-
���    [|  and  Ml  - Heli n Graf, ot Hamil-1
ton, Ont., wlm  ran away  to Chicago i
arried, were too late to ob-!
tain a license yesteixlay su they are
waiting in have the cerenionj  today,
Miss Graf's parents oppose the marriage  but  the  young  couple  do  not
;. .    i arental pursuit, now that they |
have ' loped.   1 hey arrived In Chisago
Thursdaj morning and Mr. Pabst, who
is aboul twenty-six years old, took Ins,
flance,   who  is   twenty-thiee,   to  the
Hotel Lasalle.   As soon as their baggage had been left there they hurried1
:,, the county court building
a few minutes past noon and the mar
riage license ofiice was closed.   Then
thej   hastened  to    several    "Gretna
Gn' ns"  in  the  vicinity  of the city
but were as unsuccessful as they had
been In Chicago.   When they returned
to the city,  Miss  Draf  went  to tho
home of Dr, Leroy Thompson, al East
Blst street, Mrs. Thompson being an
old   and  intimate  friend.     Mr.   Pabst
registered al the Lasalle.
���] don't knw why Miss Graf's parents object to me. but they do." Mr.
Pabsl said lasi night. "I have known
Miss Graf for several years and we
have wanted for some time to be mar.
ried but l am anything bul welcome
al the Graf hom.'. so we could not
have a wedding there. Finally we de-
,.,,,! , , come io Chicago and get
, |arrled anyway. I will obtain a license today.'
It   was I 9
mar- { *M
Then : R
Gretna I H
ie  city   0
MILLION-DOLLAR TUNNEL.
C P.R. Has Big Plan of Improvements
at   Ottawa.
Ottawa, .lune 17,-"Tiine was when
d ���     l00ked as big as a ear,wheel
,,,   ,|,.,  .-pn .   hut   it   does   not   looK
��o big now," said D. M��Mco��  ^*
president of the company, ln address.
ing the board of control here, and In
efling them the full details   ol    he
SipLyl Man to build a million dol-
'Tunnel   through   Ottawa    connect
he Union and Central sta ions, anj
.,���,. get a better nam service, and
; u ahead tor a good many years
llo intimated thai a member of the
government, when broached   as   to
������llW   tlle   government   would    take!
he proposition  to use part of     he
dean canal  for  this  Bcheme, had
mi -he government was wa.ting
first  to see what  attitude    the    city
would take on this matter
The board wants to get a mass OI
miction before It thinks o com-
Eng lteelf on such a big issue.
Nail It!
We have a window of
lonely suits. One only
ot each line. Made and
tailored by the 20th
Century People, which
is a guarantee of Excellence. These are in
single and double breast
style. All nice patterns
of imported worsteds.
Prices $24 fo $28
YOUR CHOICE
WHILE THEY LAST
$16.00
THE SUIT
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Sui
ff5��lt jl
*tt     ' l)0l��
FROM RAT-BITE.
����� Waal,
June lfi,
I ,1 had
nnd
shut
a rat   In the  woodshed
,    .   int.,  -i  ''o1 uei
driven   the  rodent   Into  ���
As    the  the   animal,   finding   Its
tliou,, '      '"" by a rat, Ken-  Off, showed fight. ,.,,
������0,.**'old eon .if n. tui Ll    h the youth attempted ��
I'M'.
son ol C. Moore
[he
fastening  ������*
������" t iv  ii " "i u, mon ro ,    ��� .    i.i,,,      . so ..."c
' "StM ���  Wlth com>,an-  wound was dressed, bul blood 1
1 K{i   10   "in,.,.    .,.,.1    ���..._���.    .....   Urn.   .,.,1   In
��� Tl  V/Ullll        " ******       ���
corner and catch  lug has set In.
Armed Maniac Sought Earl Grey
Ingersoll,   Ont.,   June   "-T^fVh!
,-,'   .,i.   of London. Ont.. entered the
?    { telegraph bfflce last night w.th
,       ii'le and covering the opera-
'' , noraonal interview with his
''���'���S,V;1, v    \   S opportune time the
BXCe.11'"  i lue ^called in and took
iff5?tS5fbS to _,6adon asylum,
;:om where he had escaped.
M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
I
Columbia Street
New Westminster, B.C.
I
DEFORMED   BOY   EARNS
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
Paine, O., June 17.���Alva Deal, sixteen years of age, has Invented a new
automatic air brake coupler, for which
the officials of the Big Four railroad
have offered him .50,000. The lad's
father said tonight that he will In all
probability take the offer, inasmuch
as lt provides a royalty for the young
man.
The lad is deformed in that his
heart is twice its ordinary size and he
was therefore told by his physician
that he would have to quit school and
remain quietly at homo, so the lad
went to work with his tools an.l has
fashioned out this remarkable device.
TEACHERS IN BUFFALO
FORM REGULAR UNION
Buffalo, NT., June 16.���Delegates
from fifty Buffalo grammar schools
have organized a teachers' union,
which is frankly along the lines of
the ordinary labor union and which
will be affiliated with the American
Federation of Labor. A charter from
the later organization, it is said, will
arrive within a few days.
The union will be called the Teachers' Educational league. A demand
will be made for a general salary increase. If the union wins its campaign
no teacher will receive less than $fi00
per year, with the miximum for grammar grade teachers Used &t f 1,200.
Notice is hereby given that an ap-
I.lication will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license in the New Westminster Division of New Westminster District,
ta) The name of Company, Vancouver Power Company, Limited. The
head office at the City of Vancouver,
British Columbia. The capital, $2,500,-
000, divided into 2,500,000 shares of
$1.00 each, all fully paid up; (b) The
name of the lake, stream or source,
unnamed stream running through section 29, block 5, north range 2, west,
thence in a northwesterly direction
flowing into the Fraser river; tc)
The point of diversion, 2,300 feet in
a southeasterly direction from the
southeast corner of section 19, block
5, north range 2, west; (tl) The quantity of water applied for, .1(36 cubic
feet per second; (e) The character
of the proposed works, a small dam
and pipe line; (f) The premises on
which the water is to be used,
two i2), three (3) and four (4), group
two (2), New Westminster District;
(g) The purpose for which the water
is to be used, domestic; ih) lf for
irrigation describe the land intended
to be irrigated, giving acreage, no; (i) If the water is to
be used for power or mining
purposes describe the place where the
water is to be returned to some natural channel, and the difference in
altitude between point of diversion
and point of return, no; (j) Area Of
Crown land intended to be occupied
by the proposed works, none; (k)
This notice was posted on the 2nd
day of June, 1910, and application
will be made to the commissioner on
the 13th day of July 1910; (1) Give
the names and addresses of any riparian proprietors or licensees who
or whose lands are likely to be affected by the proposed works, either
above or below the outlet, none; (m)
The part of the Memorandum of Association of the company which authorizes the proposed application and
works reads as follows: "(3) The objects for which the company is established and to which objects the Company are restricted are the acquisition
of water and water power by records
of unrecorded water or by the purchase of water records or water privileges for,  (g) Rendering water
and water power available for use.
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 auy 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
use of the said water and water power or by altering, renewing, extending, 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 flve (5), north range two
(2) west; (o) The means by which
it, is proposed to store the water, by
dam; (p) The area of the reservoir
site or sites at each foot in depth
above the outlet, the depth above the
outlet will approximately average
about six or seven feet; (q) How it
ls proposed to acquire the land necessary for the purpose, by purchase, or
if necessary by expropriation; (r) Approximately the number of acre feet
intended to be impounded, 20,000
square feet.
VANCOUVER POWER CO., LTD.
R. H. Sperling, General Manager.
Vancouver, B. C.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY
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Something New in
Floor Wax
The easiest way to
finish a floor is to
saturate ,1 soft cloth
wilh Columbus Liquid Wax aud apply
lightly to the floor,
let it dry for about
fifteen minutes,
> V-'. 11 and bring to n
W/, I polish by light
,X '' rubbing with a
soft cloth.
No brush to push ���no work ��� no
backache. Resists heel-marks,
scratching, and water will not turn it
white. Goes farther and lasts longer
than any paste wax. Try it! Be
sure to ask for the genuine
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UNE 18,
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The Easiest Applied Floor Finish
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COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
If every young man and young
woman fully realized the advantages
of pursuing a course at this institution and then the opportunities offered
for profitable and congenial employment, he or she would not hesitate in
selecting this School as an avenue
for advancement. We give the same
conscientious attention to placing our
students inio positions as we do to
instruction. Satisfied students are
our  best,  advertisement.
A. L. BOUCK,
610    Columbia    St.
Principal.
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Gold Watches for Ladles from $12V5
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
17.50  up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. Cl
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite  B. C.  E.  R.  Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   UJ    A.      TRIAL
SFORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
Prescriptions
You may he sure you will
get the hest service if you bring
your prescription to us. No
matter whal doctor givi s the
I rescrlptlon we can fill it an 1
give you e: ai tlj wh .:""i:- order-
�� .'. at fair prices, None bul
eon,| etenl dl s emploj ed.
There are still practically no spring
salmon  in  tho river.
Twenty per cent means a saving of
$1 on a $5 shoe. Vou get this at
Sinclair's, the Shoe Man.
Tho Trailer came  info.port   yesterday with a general cargo.
.
Never be in doubt where to dine.
The Bohemian Cafe Is the right place. I
Chief Justice Murphy will hold BU-
preme courl chambers here today.
See the new Camp and Veranda
Furniture al Fales. Agnes si reel. **
The annual Citizens picnic will he
held this year on July 27 to Victoria.
Remember, Sinclair is giving 20 pi r
cenl discount on all Tan Footwear. **
Sandy Gray is going to Kamloops
for a few daj b and will not take ; a i
in the game today.
For spring plants or cut flowers,
phono Davies' Greenhouse. R208.      **
The It. C. Packers' association is
planning extensive additions to its
cold storage warehouse capacity  here.
The management  of the Bohemian
Cafe s(��s  to  it  that   the hest   only  is
si rved  there. **
The Heaver left for Port Douglas,
at the head ol' Harrison lake, yesterday morning with a full list of passengers.
Awnings���All kinds at Fales, Agnes
street. **
In the county court yesterday the
case of Cruickshank vs. W'rigbtson
was adjourned until eleven o'clock
this morning.
For Geraniums. 1. ahllas and all
kinds of Spring Bedding Plants phone
Davis' Greenhouse,  I:  208. **
l'he funeral of the late Miss Char-,
lotte Ethel  Burkitl  will take place toda;.  at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon to
the  O.ld   Fellows'   cemetery.
.5 Shoes for $4. $4 Shoes for $3.20
and  .:; Shoes for $2.40.    That is what
Sinclair offers you this month.     **
E. N. Sutherland, who is to enter
the ranks of the benedicts next week.
gave a farewell bachelor party at the
Etui  ell hotel yesterday evening.
I
For a pleasant cool drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. **
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McLeod will
spend the week-end al Harrison Hot
Springs, bavins; left yesterday on the
Beaver, which is making its annual
run to the head of Harrison lake.
Spring is here���how about these
plants for the gardfen? Tidy, the
Florist, can suit you to a T in anything in that line. **
The window in Fred Davis' store on
Front street attracted considerable attention yesterday. There was a mattress in tbe window literally covered
with $5 bills; nol tage i ney, either,
but t:.e rea! dirty ]     e      ��� en.
A   temperance Take
j Ince at the Op<
evening i        es of thi
eting  will
���
���
ig a i ow
���i. hell on it - ��� o igh the
-' i        md H. U.  I        e I ir dri> Ing
���:���-:.���������: $] an I costs.
The  latter  case  was  broughl   up  by
the i: i; ector of the s. P. c. \.
The first annual dinner of the Old
Dulwlch leys will be held at the
liotei Vancouver at seven o'clock this
evening. In addition to representatives of Hie old school from this city
and Vancouver, a number a ���   exj e   -
l   o be pn senl from Victoria,
A Vancouver man was held up
aboul midnighl last night on the corner of Royal avenue and Eighth street
and robbed of about $25 and a walch.
Two unknown men did the deed,
which is the only one of the kind re
ported to the police here for some
tnonl hs.
For Bamboo Shades see Fales. **
Miss M. A. Laird will render the
solo "O. Rest in the Lord" from Men-
dellsohn's "Elijah" ai St. Pauls Re
formed Episcopal church tomorrow
evening. A trio by Miss E. Harris.
J. A. llamm and .1. D, Maker, "On
Thee Hitch Living Soul Awaits." from
Haydn's "Creation," will also be
given.
An enjoyable dinner parly was
given yesterday by Mrs, T. Gifford.
jr., in honor of her sister. Miss Mazie
Robertson, whose marriage to .lames
Stoddarl Gifford takes place at the
end of Ibis month. Included among
the guests of the evening were Miss
Julia Gifford, Miss Alice McLeod. Miss
Minnie .lohnston, Miss Alice McLeod,
Miss Eunice Pride. Miss Mabel Wells,
Miss tola Fisher, Miss Flor nee
Walmsley, Miss Genevieve Stoddarl
and  Miss   Uena  McLean.
That landlord of yours comes every
month religiously, doesn'l he? He Is
collecting from you (very rent-day
money that you could be turning to
your own profit. Do you realize that?
Just fool him by buying this line home
on Sixth a\enue near Twelfth street,
lias excellent view, close to Lord Kelvin school and close to car line. Vou
can buy it for $2,100; $200 cash and '
the balance as rent. Vou arc offered
this for two days, After that it's a
different story,   w. J. Kerr.
Little items taken from regular stoi and
placed on sale for today only. Popular rv.
day necessities, with the price away down low,
You are sure to find something you can us<
pecially when available at these prices.
es-
adies* New
Wash Belts
15c Each
Not au old bell in the let;
.imply thai we have en our
hands ai present a slock oi
ie. er 30 dozen, so we make of
them a Saturdaj   special.
We would not he surprised if
every hell in Hie lot were sold
hy closing time tonight.
Melts aie pure while with
pi arl buckles and a tew wilh
white enamelled buckles. All
sizi . L'J to 22. On sale today,
only
Each   15c
30 Dozen Children's Lace Cotton Hose
c Per Pair
Reaul.-ir 20 to  25c
Ahout 150 pair hi' in this
odd    lo'    and    they    will    all    be
sold today at ibis ridiculously
low price. Sizes 6V4 l(l ~,]-i
only.
In this lot are 75 pair of odd
sizes iu white, tan anl black;
I !.,in col tun Si. es i'- to 8, All
mi sale today.
Per pair,  10c
See the Big
Showing oi
Neckwear
25c Each
Todaj 'a sale ol I
Dutch collars, I
greatest   bargain
w ��� ir  we hai.   ���
hue    our    .':'.,    .
values aie from
Ni vv    and    ',,
which is adih  I
h    Boiled
The entire loi on
N
ew
Each
IRRIGATION   DITCH   TO
WATER   300,000   ACRES
Husum, Wash., June L7.���Another]
gigantic irrigation s ihi n e has been
launched, the lands to he covered lying in central Klickitat county, Bur-
rounding Goldendale. For Bome time
��� e otiations bai e l" i n i" nding for
cont ol of the Hanging Rock ceservoir
site and water appropriations owned
by Roberts & Baker, ol Goldendale.
Lasl week F. .1. Dohn r. of Portland,
formerly a member of the United
States reclamation service, closed a
deal for the site, tlie consideration
being $25,000. The Hill Interests recently have taken options on consid-
i rable property in the teiritoy to be
Irrigated, which would indicate thai
the project has strong backing.
'lhe project v.iii cover fifteen town.
ships, or nearly ���"."���' 000 acres of land,
and will be one ot the idlest Irrigation schemes in this section of Hue
stale. In completing the project tlie
expendilure will be much Ii bs than
the proposed big Horse Heaven canal,
hut the same number of acres will be
covered.
20 Pieces of Allover Laces and Embroide
25c Per Yard
Regular 40 to 85c values,   Vn accumul \ ei   es. Torchon and net al
hri' allover embroideries.   All whi'.'. bl e tela)  only,
Per y.ird, 35;
3
THE STORE FOE WOMEN'S WEAK.
HEADQUARTERS   CAMP
MOVES TO WOLF CREEK
Edmonton, June it.���The headquart-
. ir Alberta of the big contracting
firm of Foley, Welsh & Stewart, which
for the  j,ast   two  years  have  been  at
Haiti,   twenty   miles   west    of
mei    are   being   removed   this
week to  v oil  Greek. 115 miles west
on  the  ���<:-,:\r. line of the Grand  Trunk
Pacific.    I    parations for tlie removal
"f  the  ��� '!ice :  are   bein \   made   by   .1.
Roberts,  i ie office superintendent  of
��� he com; anj.
The oihcs of tbe company lmve
bei n es'.-iblished tit stoney Plain, ever
since '-n-.L tt:-.if tion on the G.T.P, commenced we.s: ei Edmonton, two years
ago this s":ri'ir. When the firm moved their L',r:i[''pj' outfits west of Wolf
i !i ei k i was found m cessary to ri -
move the office, wesl, and the head
quarter-; of tin firm will henceforth
be at Woif ' :oek.
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We Have $50,000 to Loan
on City Improved Property
���Straight Loan.
We represent the B.C. Permanent
Loan & Investment Co., which
is prepared to advance any amount
cf meney on secured properties.
Monthly repayments   arranged. . .
The Public
Supply Stores
WE ARE STILL
Selling Out
Our
Crockery
Bargain Prices
on all Odd Lines
Curtis D
���tws Store
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chick.en or anything else
that is good in the meat line.    Vou can sure get it at
Kodaks and Buppll a
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long     Distance,
Residence,   72.
New    Westminster,    B.   C.
COME AND
SEE US
In Our Xew Quarters in the
DEANE BLOCK
Four  Doors   Bast   of   Pank   of
Montreal
We Have Just Received a Fresh
Stock of Popham'fl Chocolates
T. a. mu:r & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Columbia St.   New Westminster.
rtlRNS' M
COLUMBIA STREET
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M. P. LATHAM, Locafl Manager
PHONE515 . CURTIS BLOCK
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| Some Special Snaps  j
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1  THESE  WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY  *
:B lots on Second street.   Excellent view.    Streets on three sides
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.
T   Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
|     F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.     I
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:'!-*-T<-rj*.-.tK-3a>
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Tempting Dishei
Of All Kinds
Some Doctors advise folks to eat lots of Vegetables in the Sum-
mer time; others say, "Eat plenty of meat all the year around."
The splendid "Royal" menu provides for both classes. Every seasonable kind of Fish, Flesh and Fowl will be found hereon, as well
as all sorts of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Drop in for "Lunch"
or "Dinner" today.
The Royal Cafe and Grill
Which Is at 604 Columbia  Street.
PHONE   375       -       Dominion Trust Block, Main Floor
J
Wine Glasses,
Cups an !    .uc-
ers, and Soi:
venir arli sles at
Cut Prices
Now is the time
to acquire something in one of
these lines.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92

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