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 Ocean Park
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
��� iVSilTE, SH5LE5 & CO. I
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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damping
"V/HITE ROCIV THE  PlACF
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NEW   WESTMINSTER.
;i, 5,  NUMBER 108.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  Ii.  C, THURSDAY,  MAY 26, 1910
EIGHT PAGES.
PRICE  FIVE  CE1
INCH INVITES
BRITISH FLEET HERE
V Ifrid Also Favored-
|)lons Are Hospitable De-
iko Heavy Business.
CHINAMAN GUILT
Of MATK G!R
li   flei t.   which    ihe  ad-
conti uplal i ig    sending
woi l ! on b gi an I ti mr of
will be in\ Itod io c mie
lister.   Thi i Ie tl
Lee i mI '.. us on
i i  !i>   tin   coun
nl  lit. The tn   I  I   in ��ill
I
Mayor Lee   lilnks Bl   il
Jury Believes Johnnie Meant
it When He Offered to
Murder Miss Stickles.
I lie Brsi day of the New Westminster assl/,e ... fore ... ;e i len i i I
.'���'    ���  ,: ilte I   In v. rdl I   ol
gulltj   in  i tn   ci se ol   tin   Chinai -
���''��� C. Join ��� ,  .       charged  with
*'��� ��� iting :i   thn ati tilng   lettei   to   Ltn
Stickles,      PI     ;.: iado \ , . cho .1 girl,
ive Ijer test!  ion;   In
i ven   if    the  whoh
i , mie up tne river,
oi   gin and toi pi do
���   torn   wlll   ...    ...   -
year,
whlc     will   be
oi   Lee "'i behalf - f
.   one to SI   v        I
en   '��������� hi n lie Is mak
. ir of the wei t.
'.'ire Ti cubic
tan! ���     were
; eetlng last night.
,.   win
cau ed a tn    end
hi foi ward manner and the
on wl Ich the di ���������
.:<������. , ' ' ������
i:e ol   thi   i :., the
polni
! Ill   I!:
I
��� damning facl   In  the evld
i    pn        itloi    was   I hi I   v. hen
ed, a fev   ...
he   v. rote   the   letter, a   re\ olver   wa;
ad  on  ��� i   ;.    He was  i ��� I lently  in-
t fatuated with the girl and had b
i      pre lents, hei refusal I i acci il one
of  these, a gold watch, prei Ipll ii Ing
the iioubli
'i   ������ j'n j   was oul bul ii shoi i  time
and returned a verdlcl of gulltj. n c
JOE MARTIN WOULD     STREETS SUBMERGED
TIE UP LIQUOR IRAD
IN NORWEGIAN TOWN
English Publican Gets Very Heat Melts Snow on Moun
Little   Sympathy    From;   tain Tops With Disas rous
Strenuous Canadian M. P.j    Result to Valleys.
i i       atorv,  bul   no nine ommending thai theprlsonei b   shown
ed.   Thi  boal Marie-  mercy.   No decision was given.   J. A.
���  up the river, bul  it   Russell,  of   Vancouver,   appeared foi
. Ltish Columbia Elec- the accused,  while  Deputy  Attorney-
1 perml sion to string  general McLean conducted ihe prose-
ore    al    their  present jcutlon.
Tho case occupied the attention <>f
1  in from li o'clock in tho morning till l in the afternoon. Al the
conclusion of the case the one against
Ki n .1 Ishlmaru, accused' ol mui d ir,
was called, but the lawyer was not
ready to go on and the court was adjourned, li will be called at 10:30
this morning.
London, May 25.���The general board
;���< presi nting  the   lici used   /ictuall
of   the   old    counl       :       i a
itriking repl    from Joseph Martin, M.
P.  tor St. I east, ln i iply to
its appeal fi       ippo prol
' llo ���  Llo; l-Gi irj   'a  al
ed oppiession i I
Oni    uoble 1 i nd   n ��� i : ���        I
ent,    :.    em doubtless
��� he electoi er of the ll
i ���    ���
Martin  wi   te:    "Yours to hand.    1
tal e  v< ry  little  inten sl   in  the wall
ol the publi an,    If I had mj  wa; .
i I rli tlons on  liquor se''. II  be
much mon    < . ere than tl ej  are, : i I
Hi en*  s ���.    id i       much moi i ."
When n d al a mei ting of the
the Li tter wa recei 11 with
laughter and ci les of "Shame." The
chairman said thai the reply of the
honorable gei li an would bi borne
In i iind by the trade.
BLUEflElD BLUFF��
SCENE C!: BIG BATTLE
Fight Progresses All Day-
Meagre Reports Give Victory to Government.
tl na, May 25.���The extraordi-
1 '��� he  spi in"   i.
h      melted thi   . now   on   I;     moun-
i      a flood
ord Ii   1    0.
i       critic      tl    everal
, espe tails   ������      Lill       omi
��� .   '      : ���    .      an
��� floor i
' i.  Biesnm     i      ; i  r   . ;
P ow Inspecting 1 he
city in
Fli ������       tlmbi r    e id        .       the
1 ���.          iny livers.    '.��� Pi 's i id
; ���    . floal    I   d   i:   is
y    ed l  al     .-   :. ": o   ;   bridg ���  will
be ���
':'' e tl ������ of state assistance hi a
b.i ii  - the Storthing.
CANADA IS FIFTH    -
:: WHEAT PRODUCTION
Dominion Leaps From Tenth
Place to Fifth in One Year
-World Statistics.
'
.. . i
ti. i
of the members blamed
'.a the pilot board, but
bi emed to fa>or la: Ing
the door of tli'' harbor-
is said to have Btated
wns   high  enough   foi
3.   Whoever i aused the dtffl-
i ted food  for conversation
uldermen lai i  night, b il they
offi r a solution.   Mayor Lee
ll        d ci .!��� ilted tl ��� Bi ltish Co-
���   tl le Railway and the sug-
l ul    been     mad.,    thai   the
iwer its  masts, and  hi       d
.   the captain  of  the  ve     I
:   d   s d   thai  the   British
la Electi le Railway take down
li es.
��� in- Lee has written to the Do-
n govei nmi nl and t i the Pro-
l govi rnmeni i egardlng the
r. in the meantime the maj ir
efl ��ll h authorltj to make any
mi :. In r. lit to ovei i
fo ible.
tendei  for laying cement ��alks
ain Bl re il s under thi   local Im-
DISCOVER PUT TG MURDER
KING AND QUEEN GF SPAIN
Anarchists   Become   Active   After   Alfonso's   Return   From   England���
Suspe;t Commits Suicide.
L��ngth  of  Mourning   Decided  On.
L don, Mi :��� 25.���Full mourning I ir
KI Edward ci as is on June IT and
half mourning on June 30.
AYLESWORTH WILL WATCH   ELEVATOR COMMISSION
CANADA'S SIDE AT HAGUE   COMMENCES ACTIVE WORK
Bluefields,   Nicaragua,  May   25.���A
iguan ernment    force   fr im
unboat Venu i todaj  boarded and
captured the   '    erl chooner Es-
rso, flying the Stars an I  s
ln defina     ��� of a ruling fi ton that the V  au
had forfi Iti J  hi r righl  ; > si ireh.
Polio a In ��� thi    '    ch the    ��� ������>���     nd
ancthi r Nl ���.   ��� '���        the San
lai ire  seen  appi th
Bli    ield   Bluff.    Th
���   .
Ing  o     Bluefi ids and  II   is ��� ;pect< d
hero that   the commande .   i    it aK
prompt action. Country
The dghtlni outside Bl lefl i ! co '��� ' : ���
tinui s without definite i i ill . ' ' ' '
Throughout yesterday the ba I ''��� ; ! '
-    .1   withoul   dei Idi I i   '   ':i';l    l;i,:i *���
either   side.    General    Lara,  of  the Canada   	
Nl ian ��� ei nmei y, who is I'a,>"   	
seeking a po ttion near the city, was Spain   	
repulsed by General Estrada and gus-IOermany   ....
tained  small   loss.   The  situation   at !Al"-'-niine   ...
Roma remains unchanged, iHungary   . ...
  Australia	
San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua, May
25.���A  report has just been  reci ived I
from government sources of the com-
Iplete defeat of the Insurgents at B'.ue- \
! fields  Bluff.   The telegraph lines are j
working  badly  ana  details are  lack
Ing.
Minister   of   Justice   to   Be   Eusiness   Manitoba  Is   Proceeding   to   Establish
Manager at Fisheries Tribunal���
Kind   Words for  English.
i
ri elation
assassinate
Victoria of
drld,    May  25.���The
ol   a   Cormldaule  plot   to
nl   plan   was   lei   to  the   Pa-   Kin.-  Alfonso and Queen
���'inn company of Si ttle, Spain caused the doubling of the
er ui $13,297 being only half king's bodyguard today. The death
i   as   thai   of  the  mik   otlu r  of an anarchist named Callemayor by
��� celve l. fi om William Town-
I  Geoi   ���   R.   Morris, of  New
���i r.   The acceptance of the
contlngenl on i1 e local 1m-
bylaw,   providing  foi   the
lni
A   Little   Difference.
port   presented   by   Alderman
of     the    water    committee
.   the   first   tiff  that   has   SO
. d the sei enlt y of the meet-
51 ar's council.   Aldei man
��� commende t   that   a   three-
be i onnected with the pi inl
: Columbia Pai kers' As-
n 11mt as requested, that the
tem   be    nol   extended   up
���' I   al   pres nl   and   thai   a
��� Mr, Bradbury, of Lulu Isl-
uter be granted.
i. Gilley sail thai he was a
'   of the   water  conimitie .   and
id noi know anything of the rec-
nidations,    llo   bad    not     been
iind any meetings and was
red   io  support   the   recom-
��� withoul  first looking Into
��� ni Welsh, the thirf! member
 i:;oi>    s   id   thai    lie   also
��� n notified of any meeting
- the flint time a report ol
'  committee had  heen   pre-
'l when he was nol asked to sign
son was taken by sur.
sii.nii  thai  the chair-
supposed to look after the
aid  he.   "I had  no In-
hting any of the other
the committee."   The re-
��� ' 1}   a  verbal one and  he
Alderman Welsh to sign
b a member of two or three
"""litlees   and    with    tl
"���i" meeting of thi
lie had not  tfCtendi
attend anv
his own hand, after the premature explosion of a bomb, Is regretted by the
police as they bi Hi ve It prevents them
from li irnhig the identity of persons
now engaged in further plots to kill
the Spanish ruler.
Following t'alhmayor's suicide, tlie
police ransacked his ro uns and gathered evidence Bhowing that plans to
kill Alfonso and the queen are still
under way. The evidence threw no
light upon the identity of the persons
engaged in the plot.
Although Callemayor was injured by
Ids own bomb and then took Ids life
to escape arrest, open threats of vengeance for his death have been made.
The police attribute tlie anonyn ous
letters they are rei elvlng to anarchists who have become aci ive since
the rei urn of Alfonso from England.
London, May 25.���Hon. A. B. Aylesworth is leaving for The Hague as
business manager of the Canadian
side .���! the fisheries tribunal.
Mr. Aylesworth Indignantly denied
a published report that the Canadian
representatives had been Blighted in
connection with the King's funi il.
lie said: "We were royally treated
like princes. Indeed, nothing could
have been more courteous than tlie
way we were considered."
Referring to the remarkable change
in general British official and unofficial at' Lt ude tO Canada. A.l r. A', li 3-
worth added: "Dominions overwa.
nowadays are listened to an.l considered In a way they were not in the
old days. Perhaps wore aie more
wm thy of consideration than we used
to be. Young nations are very different from young colonies. As for the
colonial office, l have nothing bul kind
words lo  s:;v  of its officials."
System cf Public Owned Storehouses���Make   Investigations.
Winnipeg,  May   25.���The   Manitoba
elevator commissioners took the oath
of   ollice  this   morning   before   Chief
I Justice  Mathers and have  held their
I first   session.   They have   opened  of-
Iflees an.l are now prepared to receive
communications.
They are proceeding Immediately to
the i stablishment of a public owned
system of .rain elevato s, and pre-
pai il iry to that the commissioners
will make an investigation of tlie conditions and requirements at the various points throughout the province.
The members will go out separately
.fm' .-.Ul laid no formal sessions at
present.
C.  P.  R.  Earnings.
Montreal,   May  25.���C.  P.  R.  earnings for the week ending May 21 wi re
$1,812,000, an increase of $320,000 over
the corresponding week last year.
Otta -. :    25.���Aci ordli g  to a
sl '������"���'��� nt Issued 1      thi   ci      is  '.nd
b of I  .' dep irtmi nt of
��� .   Can id '   no     bo d     fifth
; lace among the      ei    producl i    naif the woi Id.    In the past
3 ears this com. ived u
placi        i lt     nke.l tenth as i    entlj
908.
ta    whei    produ li
1900    i  given i 00 b
:     compared with 11 i
In ri   pre i us yi   r.
I. st  y< ar tl e w heal  pi idui  lon by
com was tis follows:
Bu ihels
 786 172 361
 713,2 16 923
 361 0 0,531
 253,51 2,371
 166,74 1,800
 155,711.   II
 144,511,581
 138,3?9,27T
 133.581,000
 125,3 3,231
   S2 383.514
Great Britain and Ireland.. 67,523,212
In W0S the order of precedence in.
respect to product was as follows:
l'nited States, Russia, France. British!
India, Hungary, Argentine, Italy, Germany, Canada and  Australia.
MAY   DAY   DANCE.
RIPON'S RULING DEFINES
DOMINION TRACE 1REATIES
Will Consider Labor's Offer.
London, May 25.���The offer of trade
unionists to provide funds for labor
members of the British parliament is
to he considered by a labor conference
this week.
EXPECT RUTRERFORD TO
RESIGN EROS 0FE1CE TODAY
AULD SCOTIA BECOMING
KliCH I2GRE TEMPERATE
White   Paper   Just   Issued   by   British
Parliament Curbs Canada's Power
With Foreign Governments.,
Function Tomorrow Evening Promises
to   Be   Record-breaking   Affair.
The Mav day dance to be held on
Friday night promises to be a record-
breaking affair. The committee in
charge has been working hard anot
everything is in readiness for a first-
class time. The city band wlll be
present and the floor Is in excellent
shape.
In order to accomodate the crowd
and that everyone may dance, the
youngsters will have possession of tho
floor till half past ten, when the older
dancers wlll come on.
Tlie May Queen will lie taken up to
the hall in her royal carriage, just as
she would have been on May 6, if the
death of King Edward VII. had not
occurred on that day.
Premier   of    Alberta    Slated   to   Step i Number cf Inebriates Arrested in 1909
n
i'i
ii
I ���
H
lint
I
Iti
(ill!   !'���
'": ���'   asked   to   i
'' committees
rt*r ;i   few   more
e  ex-
light
i nor
meet-
(Continued
words   front
on  Pago Four).
all
STARS   WITH   MELBA.
lnKt   Harpist   and   Greatest   Flutist
"n  World   to   Tour  Canada.
��ndon,  May   25.���Madame   Melba
^gaged    for    her   forthcoming
���'diaii tour MIsb
'/"I as the tin
���*.���    .lohn
'"Bl, who
���nil
llniai
lid ,
Ada  Saasoll, de-
est  harpist in the
Lemmolne,  the    groat
came from Anstrlalla. will
",|,a">'    Melba.     Her    Canadian
.  '"I'oii   thai   houses   in   manv
,;i"  towna  have  been  already
Barcelona, May 25.���The barracks
in Barcelona and vicinity were filled
with additional troops today In anticipation of ti revolutionary outbreak.
The reinforcements arrived in time to
quell several anti-government demonstrations that took place in the streets
today.
The editor of "Land and Liberty,"
tm anarchist paper, was placed in Jail
this afternoon following the assertion
In the periodical that the recent  bomb
outrages here and at Madrid were
planned and consummated by an ncli-
ists. The statement removes all doubt
or the existence of a plot to assas.-in-
ate the king.
The boldness of the editor is known
to bave caused deli, ht among the
"teds' and consteriiation among the
authorities,      II    is    believed    ill    some
quarters thai it foreshadows a revolutionary movement, The police are
greatly won led.
NO  MORE  SURVIVORS.
Toll of Great Lakes Wreck Is Placed
at  Eighteen.
Sault   Ste.   Marie,   Mich..   May   2r,.���
Capt William McElroy, of the up-
hound steamer sir William Slemans,
was within a mile of Monday's fatal
collision on Lake Huron, when eighteen lives were lost from the ft".;m,-r
Frank ll. Goodyear. The
witnessed the rescue
vlvors by the crew
Wood. Some hope
yesterday that     the
Down aid   Make Way for Chief
Justice   Sifton.
Edmonton, May 25.���It is considered practlcall) certain that Premier
Rutherford will resign from the Alberta  government  tomorrow.
It is saul that ids resignation is
now in the hands of the lieutenant-
governor and that tomorrow Chief
Justice Sifton v ill be called on to
form a ���juvernment. This the latter
has cons mi-' to do providing the
Cieat Waterways contract is cancelled, This cnliuct has caused Mr.
Rutherford's downfall.
Bonds of ".he railway to the extent
of $7,000,000 an' now held In New
York, Montn l and London. No effort will be made to Involve this bond
issue bul i'- e money on deposit In
local banks for which the bonds were
sold will le ti ken over hy the government. Th" road will be constructed as
a government-owned highway and operated pi'i'iahh in connection with the
C.P.R, or the Ciaud 'I'iunk Pacific.
There   is a   statement   in  circulation
that a coalition governmenl will be
formed and that R. B. Bennett, leader
of the Opposition, will be given a
cabinet portfolio.
Shows Great Decrease Over Preceding Years.
CROPS  ARE   FINE.
Sicilians crew
of the live enrol'   the   steamer
was   entertained
Slemans   might
Riiniviirs.
CRITICIZED.
^mktlL8"1 DlsacJrec With High Com-
"toner on Pauper Immigration.
"H'l'Uriie,
have  picked  up additional
but this hope proved to be unfounded.
FRENCH   BANKERS  WILL
INVEST   IN   CANADA
li Id,
Austral
iiil'in.
May    25.���Sir    George
an   high  commissioner
, has    been    BUbJeoted  to
;* criticism owing to a ipiM
'  '" London
is all,
Wrnt emigration  to  the  Island  conti-
n he
on  April   1,  wherein
,,;(,|i to lmve encouraged nati-
London. May 25.���11 la i.ihI'"'sI<>oi1
that a prominent banker oi Mon treat
Ims been for some time working tiara
In tin endeavor to Interest French
bankers mid capitalists in Canada,
with the insult that a group of Frencn
hankers and capitalists are ready to
Invest several million pounds sterling
In anv group of sound Canadian securities that might be placed before
them.
Rains Bring Joy to Hearts of Alberta
Farmers.
Calgary, May 25.���From practically
every portion of Alberta dispatches
were received today announcing the
condition of the crops. Reports show
that rains were general through the
province last week, tlie precipitation
lasting from four to forty hours' duration. The condition of crops Is reported us good and growth flne. No
damage from any cause has been recorded.
Glasgow, ''i.y 25,���There was a
great deer", s,- iji 1909 in tne number
of persons apprehended for drunkenness in Sen';.ed. compared witli tlie
preceding year. In cities and burghs
tlie decrease amounted to 10,068 and
in counties to -.700, making a total
decrease of 15,858.
According to the half-yearly census
taken by tlie Scottish police in June,
1908, tlrro were 10,199 vagrants at
large. 1511 of whom were children under 14 yea's of age, and in June, 1909,
there were '. i-i',4, of whom 1639 were
children, ft large proportion of these
are offenders who beg and commit
petty thefts rud cause considerable
damage by fivrs when they lie out
about, stockyards and outhouses at
night.
The asto usblng decrease of drunkenness in So;'and is also Illustrated
by the re.o"t of the chief constable
of Glasgow, wlich shows that last
year ll.inT app:ehenslons were made
for drunkenness, n decrease of nearly
4500 compa eii v ith tlie previous year
and of full ' Ctji'O on two years ago.
Will  Close   Stock   Exchange.
New York, May 25.���The governors
of the stock exchange today  decided
to  closo  the exchange  on   Saturday,
.May 28, the Saturday preceding Ilceo-
j ration day, a legal holiday on wllich
tho exchange Will also be closed.
Reception for Roosevelt.
London, May 25.���Lord Strathcona,
In his capacity as high commissioner,
is giving a reception on Tuesday next
at 28 Qrosvenor square, in honor of
Mr. Roosevelt, to visiting and other
Canadians.
GOLDEN   RULE CHIEF
SUSPENDED   BY   MAYOR
Cleveland, May 25.���Pending an investigation of charges against him,
Chief of Police Frederick Kohler, who
has a national reputation as the "Golden Rule Chief," was suspended by
Mayor Baher late today. The charges
(Pel   yesterday   accuse   the   chief   of
[misconduct in office and immorality,
Empress of  Britain  Due Today.
Montreal. May 25.���The C. P. U.
steamer Empress of Britain was ninety-two miles southeast of Cape Race
lit 2 p. tn. today. She is due in Quebec about midnight Thursday, with
1,500 passengers.
Mauritania Reported.
New York. May '25.���The steamer
Mauritania. Liverpool for New York,
was reported St',5 miles east of Sandy
Hook at 11 a. m. She will dock late
Thursday night or at 7:80 a. m. Friday.
London,   May   25.���A   pa;!'.;- . I
white paper has been Issui i dea in
with   colonial   treaty-making   pow   s,
containing     correspondence    between',
the home government and those of the
overseas states.    Lord Rtpon in 1895,
in connection  with speeches  mad'- at
the conference on trade relations within tlie empire, held at Ottawa, sen; a
circular dispatch to the governmental
of the self-governing colonies, laying
down the principle that a foreign government   can    only    be   approacued
through ihe British representative at
the court of that power,   lie said that
to give the colonies the power of negotiating treaties for themselves with.
out  reference  to  His   Majesty's  government would he to give them international stains as separate sovei ilgnl
slates, which would be equivalent to j
breaking up the empire, but it would ,
be desirable generally  that  the  Brit- j
ish  ambassador who  was conducting
such negotiations should have the as-1
sistance of a delegate from the co'.o-l
nial  government  to act  as a sec tnd
plenipotentiary or In subordinate ca-1
pacity.
On July I, 1907, Sir Fdward Grey.'
when informing the British ambassador tn Paris of the desire of the Canadian government to open negotiations!
with the French government foi a
new commercial convention, rec Hi d
tlie above dispatch of Lord Ripon,
and added: "I do not, however.think
it necessary to adhere in the present
case to the strict letter of this regu-i
lation, the object whereof was to Be-
cure that negotiations Bhould ni i be
entered into or carried through by a
colony unknown to and Independently
of His Majesty's government. Tie se-'
lection of a negotiator Is principally
a matter of convenience, and in the
present circumstances i; would ob-|
viousiy be more practical that th se
negotiations Bhould be left to si.- Wilfrid Laurier and the Canadian minister of finance, who will doubtless
keep you informed of their progress.
If tin' negotiations are-brought to a
conclusion in Paris, you should 3ign
the agreement Jointly with the Canadian negotiator, who will be given
powers for that, purpose."
In a subsequent dispatch to the ambassador, Grey added: "In the event
of the Canadian delegates desiring to
make or accept any verbal alterations,
either in tlie English or French text,
you aro authorized thereto without
reference to me."
ROMAN   IS   VAST.
Halibut Boat Distances All Others in
Northern Waters.
Tlie Roman came in yesterday with
120.000 pounds of halibut. She will
leave for tlie north again this morning.
The Roman had a quiet trip, the
weather being fine and the Ashing
good. So far as the men on the*
Roman have been able to find out���
they are on hoard the fastest vessel
engaged in the halibut trade. Coming down on the last trip she easily-
overhauled and passed the Seattle
boat San Juan and the engineers are-
con, dent they could administer like
treatment to any of tiie boats they
are liable to met t.
This trip the Roman caught many
more sturgeon than usual.
POLITE PICKPOCKET.
Retains Only Cash From. Wallet of
Japanese Merchant.
Cape Race, Nfd., May 2i*.���One ot
the most courteous pickpockets on
record came to light today on the
steamship docks, where the liner Majestic was preparing to sail for Liverpool. Kyosuskann Iwal, a Japanese
business man. missed his wallet when
he leached for his ticket. Tlie wallet
contained, besides his ticket, a draft
on London for $250 and $fili in cash,
ile was standing around despondently
when a messenger hoy appeared waiving a. wallet which lie said a man told,
him to give a Japanese on the steamer. The London draft and the steamship ticket were still in the receptacle.
ins'cad of tlie cash was a laconic note.
Which lead. "Many thanKS."
SAYS   STEEPLEJACK
STOLE   CHURCH   ROOF
Want to Relax Rules.
London, May 25.���A further conference Of emigration societies has decided to take steps to obtain a relaxation of Canadian rules in cases of individuals who are not desirable, It
Is also suggested that three months'
notice of all new rules be given.
Murder Suspect Acquitted.
May's Landing, New York, May 26.
���William Seyler. charged with tlie
murder of Jane Adams on the million-
dollar pier at Atlantic City, N. J., last
February, was acquitted tonight. The
Jury was out a little more than flve
hours.
Philadelphia, May 25.���Chfged with
stealing the metal roofing trom the
steeples of the Roxborougn    Baptist
church and St. John's Roman Catholic
Church, Barl Knoll, a steeplejack, was.
arraigned in the Central police court
here today and held In bail for a further hearing.
It was testified that during the night
lie had climbed 110 feet on St. John's
church steeple, from which 160 pounds
of copper sheathing were removed..
From the sixty-foot steeple of the
Baptist church it Is alleged he obtained forty-eight pounds of metal.
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PRESIDENTIAL   NOMfNEE.      <���
New   York,    May   25.���That *>
Judson   Harmon,   governor   of ���*
Ohio, will   be   nominated for ���
president in 1912 by the Demo- ���
crats and  elected  was a pro- <���
phecy  made today by Melville ������
BJ. Ingalls, chairman of the Big ������
Four     railroad.      Mr.    Ingalls' ���
pume   has  been   mentioned   to ���
succeed  Senator   Dick  in  caau ������
that, state should go Democrat- ���
1c In the coining full. ������
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, MAY
Classified Advertisements
DISTRICT   COUNCIL.
WANTED���GIRL  TO ASSIST   WITH
1.   ige  work.    Apply, A.  E.  Kelllng-
501  Qu    .. ��� avenue.
^  ... i ���    ��� ,. i      ��� ��� ���   t
WANTED���TO    EXCHANGE    .;'o  1-2
id  land at  Lincoln  station, i. in li j. for  KS <. tmlnsti r city
pn perty.    \ alue $3  Ap] j
t< em ities,   Ltd., ii    ...    i'i us;
Offlci .-. Columl i.i .  reet, New v. ���
���  .
WANTED -A  GIRL  AT  ONCE.    Arid) . Royal City Laundry.
PI
Wanted ���first   class   wait-
:. G     i   wages   paid.    Api ly
C atral Hotel.
WANTED���MEN     \N1>     BOYS    TO
v.    li [n ii y as helpei s. Ap-
ply  between T and  '.'  a.m.    Cliff .v
Soi
RANTED- A   GIRL   FOR   GENERAL
!;  and  i ���     king.  Ap
ply   L25  Third avenue.
Be certain you get
your money's worth
���you will if you buy
FOR   SALE.
POR    SALE���SURREY;     SIN    AND
i ine hall  acres i i  Scotl   road n< ar
i.  '      .. $375   per
..������I asy.   <>w:i-
i   . i     .  27, ,vood East, P. O.
a Vancouver.
i S U.iv��� illi'.il   POWER   AUTO-
;.     ; ������   ��� i  in good  runnin .
r. t   i     hange   for   real
1     ...    II      .   , West mini    .   .   i
Bl   K. City.
FOR  SALE���NEW  MISSION  Fl RN1-
tt;.e, made to ordei :  squa t        .
:      ���. la; ue high-bt eked i "U ii.
I        I   screen,   four   dining    cl   Irs
foot   sti nl.    Set lor $42. Phone
- 9, City.
FOR    SALE���GOOD    WORK    TEAM
(2,800 lbs.). Sound.   Also wagon an.l
ii. s  (new).    Apply A.  N. Mac-
kay, Burnaby Lake P. (.)., P.. C.
FOR SALE ��� MAGOON STRAW-
berry runners. Specially grown
from young plants. Four dollars
pe tl msand. L. Claude Hill, Burnaby Lake, P. O.
FOR SALE -- SPEED LAUNCH
"Vile." ":: feet long, 4 feet 6 inches
beam; fully e p i; ; ed with 16 H. P.
four-cylinder "Cowie" engine, together with dynamo. In first class
working order. Speed 14 miles per
hour. To be seen at our docks,
Front street. Tlie Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOR RENT���FURNISHED ROOM IN
private house; close in. Apply B.
\\\. News Office.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT���
A[ ply A. li. Ferguson, Pythian Hall
Building.
TO LET ���UN]���'URNISHED THREE
rooms; electric light, Apply :���;;;;
Eleventh street or 74'l Columbia St.
FOR RENT���ROOM FOR ONE OR
two gentlemen. Apply 205 Carnarvon street.
TO RENT���UNFURNISHED ROOM;
Apply corn ; Ri yal avenue and Seventh street
TO    LET���COMFORTABLE    ROOM
for one or two ,adies, close to cur.
615 Hamilton stn-. t, city.
TO RENT ��� COMFORTABLY FL"R-
nislied bedroom. Apply 713 Trew
street,  city.
LOST.
LOST���POCKET BOOK CONTA1N-
ing sum of money and valuable
papers. Name on pocket book, S.
X. Lupten. Finder please return
to Kelly. Douglas & Co., Front
street  and  obtain   reward.
LOST���On Columbia street between
Alexander and Sixth streets, silver
brooch trimmed witli gold. Finder
return to the City Paint Shop, MT
Alexandia street, and receive reward.
LOST��� TIII.'RSUAY NIGHT, CUFF
witli Masonic bar cuff link. Finder
please return to News Office.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTS! MANA-
ger G. J. Sykes), 62 Powell street,
Vancouver. Pbone 8575. Prompt
attention given to all orders tor
male help. King us up, wire or
write if unable to  visit us.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Worth any man's paint
money, because made of
pure materials so thoroughly mixed that every
drop does what paint
must do to be good paint
-PROTECT and LAST.
It took 17 years to find
just how to use enc ingredient (peculiar to M-L
Pair,L��) that greatly lengthens the life cf thepai nL
But it was worth the time I
��� because it makea this
paint wei! worth its price
Made by Imperial VarnUh and
Color Co., Limited, ol Toronto
ANDERSON & LUSBY
for New V,'. st
t . aster and District.
i,;    '] The   Inl'.i". in;'    i; embei
Ta*3 st il Ui' .!   ir.embers   o!   the
R&3 vision:  Councillors McGi
Bf-y McKee nnd   !!',   r.l     an i
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CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
Edmonds Waterworks.
Notice is hereby given that all parties requiring water service are requested to make application on printi d
forms, to be obtained at the collector's office, tis early as possible.
C. T. SAUNDERS, C. M. C.
Municipal  Hall, Kdmonds, B. C,  May
23, 1910.
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eai Estate
vs.
Mortgages
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Pre'iminary    Notice     to    Contractors.
Tenders for Laying  New Water
Main.
Tenders are required for the laying
nnd jointinp of about, fourteen miles
of 25-inch rivetted steel water main
.���uui about. 7,780 feet ot 12-inch and
7.501! feet of 1 :Mnch lap-welded pipe.
Plans and specifications can be obtained from the City Engineer, City
Hall, by the sixth of June, 1910.
W.  A.   DI'MCAN'.  City  Clerk.
Citv. Hall, New Westminster, May 2r\,
��� 1910.
Some of our shrewd clients
are beginning to feel that outside property is now neatly
as high as it is worth. They say
that the old stock exch
���axiom is pood which says "Sell
when everyone wants them;
buy when no one wants them."
They have figured out that they
have done pretty well by real
estate and are now buying
mortgages. They say that seven
to eight per cent, is good for
such high class, gilt edged security���in fact there is no security better than a mortgage
on improved real estate which
has withstood all the scrutiny
given morgages which passes
through our hands. They feel
that with such mortgages
they can sleep pretty comfortably���no anxiety as to a possible drop ln value.
Il real estate has done
for you, or if you are for
reason looking for the greatest security in investment, it
will pay you to see us
talk over the
knowledge Is at
without  charge.
BURNABY.
The regular meeting of the council
was held in the Municipal hall on Sat
urday, Ma/ 21, v.'in, tit 2 p.m. Present
His Worship Reeve Byrne and Coun
cillors McGregor, Stride, Coldicott,
McKee, Hill and  Rumble.
T e tender of the Dominion Wo d
Pipe for tlie laying el pipe and th ���
construction of watei tower for Edmonds Waterworks system was ; c
eei ted, the prici same being a ������
lows; Supplying and laying sis
wood pipe, i'i cell's per foot: supplying and laying four-inch pipe 32 I I
ci nts pi r foot. Tank and tower on
foundation to be built by co mcil,
$3715.
,\ll | ari Ii     requii ing water servl
wi re requi st ed to n ake applic ition on
ated foi ms to be sup] lied an l n i-
��� ii: s to this ' ;f> ct were to b ��� ins ���   I
d in tl e pa] ers.
The   following   members   were  con
Court of Roll gor.  Stride.
 The   Ii'.-i.e
Complaints having reached the council that nothing had l eon de.ne In re
- ird to the ciossings on the B. C, E
Ry, it  w as ai; an -���������.[ for the c in mi
tee appi Inte I to see I     i      pan
���i   .leiv ''' havl -; fixed.
Tl i   ' lerk  wai   In iti ucte i  to  writ
l. C. E. Ry.        Ing that tl    coun-
I wi   .   ���   epared to pn c ��� d �� Ith the
':;    of the Vancouver road from
': ��� Ti nth a\ i nu   and i i ask
; te their trai
The following tenders wei e ai cepl
ed: Gi afton road, south through Bloi k
52, D.  L.  33, .1. G.  Keefi r $18;   road
from Smith avenue to Inman avenue,
:  and Roberts, Section 1, $5 per
In,  section  2, C. Chaftey   ..i'l   p r
��� h roa i through Block 35, D. L.
153 i IT chaini i Gowi r & Roberts,
$12 i er chain; Carlton ���������> enue i flve
chains) Philpot and Sinclair, $16.50
j er chain; Buller road 11 ch tins)
Cower & Roberts, $11 per chain. Caribou ioad i'," chains) il. A. Mclntyre
at $15 per chain; C iml erlt n 1 road
(13 chains) J. Campagne $12 per
chain: Royal Oak real (25 chains)
<; iwi r & Rob< rts, $5 60 per chain;
Guichon road. J. L. Kirkland at $14
per chain; Nelson road from Vancou-
vi r Mad to B. C. E. Ry. Charles Chaf-
fey, $150; Fourth avenue (15 chains)
Cherry & Bergmann, $12 per chain;
Arthur mad H. A. Mclntyre $14 per
chain; Brantford toad. C. Burchi 11
$28.50 per chain. Tenders were received for clearing North Arm road
from Boundary road to D. !.. \',2 and
laid over and the work was ordered to
be done by day labor. Tenders for
Caribou road cut and fill were received and laid over and the work
ordered to be proceeded with by day
labor. The work on Reach avenue
was a'so to be done by day labor, Ten
ders for Ward road and Hamilton road
were also laid over. Tenders were
called for five chains of Gllmour avenue. Eleventh avenue from Sixth to
Eighth st'eet, 6 chains of Thorn road
and grading read south of Block ���!.
D. 1.. 90. Permission v. as gi anted the
B C. E. Ry. to erect poles on th0"
Royal Oak road ten feet from the
fi nci . one line. A ditch was to he
constructed on the South road and
the matter of placing flood box on the
river end was i efen ed to < louncillors
McGre ;er, Stride and Rumbh . and the
Ri eve to di al with. Tenders for Tenth
T-j avenue were received and laid ovei- by
* the board of works and i! e work was
��� I recommended to be done by day labor
and Councillor Stride and the engin'
cer were to obtain the approval of the
city council. The engineer was Instructed to take a vote of the men employed by the council by day labor us
to the advisability of quitting at noon
on Saturday.
Communications were received and
dealt  with  as follows:
From Bretell & Cotchlng asking for
20 chains of Hamilton road to be gravelled before next, fall as in the rainy
-������������on the road was In bad condition.
Referred to Councillor Coldicott to
report at next meeting of the cound
A letter was also received asking for
return of guarantee deposit, as house
was now in course of erection. Rea lv
ed that  request be granted.
From H. Hornby resigning position
as Constable and Janitor on account
of ill health.    Received and  laid over.
From H. C. Howell & Co.. with quotations for Pea Coal in carload lots.
Referred to Councillors Stride and
Rumble to consider as
store-house.
Councillor     Coldicott
Good ^ERoriynl^^
LAND REGISTRY
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Fourth street to be slashed out. and
logs removed arid Sixth street lo be
graded level with car line from Fourth
to Sixtli avenues.
Applications for the position of and
iior   were   received   and   referred   to
Hill.     Me-
committer!  of  Councillors
Gregor and Coldicott.
It was. resolved that tinman be notified that all
stopped on  Victoria Day.
Tbe  council  then  adjourned  un
Saturday, Juno 4, at 2 p.m.
road fore-
work   be
perience and study of financial
matters of
speak with
thority.
all   kinds  fit   us  to
some degree of au-
BIG DRYDOCK SINKING.
Carelessness   of   Workmen    Hrld   Responsible for Accident at  Manila.
Manila   May   25���It   is  the eenerai
'opinion that the sinking yesterday of
' the dryd fk D��wev was due to carelessness i"iti r.  than ������   deliberate put-
: pose on iii�� P'irt oi the station employees who ;r* Japanese, to cause
damage.
The exports declare  that   the great
floating  dock,  which   was  towed   here
;from the l'nited states at much expense, will be saved despite the lilt".
libood that it will be submerged lie-
fore tomorrow morning.
BUILDERS     AND     CONTRACTORS.
A   "SHAMEFUL   EXHIBITION.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon. June :',.
for the erection Of B tramway station
h'nd office building at New Westminister.
��� Specifications can be secured at. of-j
flee  of    Maclnre    &   Fox,  architects,'
^.'inch  building, Vancouver.
i The lowest or any tender not neccs-!
stoily  nccflpted.
B. C.  ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., LD.
Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd.
T.   R.   PEARSON,
Manager   N.   W.   Branch. i
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Johnson Jeffries  Battle   Denounced
Presbyterian Assembly.
Atlantic City, May 25.���The Presl
lerlan General    Assembly    yesteri
adopted a formal resolution of proti
against    the    Johnson-Jeffries    fig
which is 'etined  a "shameful  exhl
lion."     Tl e   assembly,   while   syni|
tlil/.ing with lr ie clean sport and v,
athletics    n   moderation,   appeals
Governor D'llett, of California, to h
the light.
BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES  ONLY.
We Can Deliver the Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldg.
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie Streets.
New Westminster B. C���Phone 686.
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Ixclusive P Too Lot
Advei tise.
rtles in���
NEW \ SI MINI TER, BURNABY, SAPP1 RTON, Ll Ll [SL
ANU. Sl RREY, LANGL i
LIWACK, SI M VS, V VNCOUYER,
NORTH AND SOI TH V VANCOUVER.
Write or Come       :  I ���     Us for Par
ticulars.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:   Northern  Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
LULU   ISLAND���Three   acres   of   fine
cleared garden lai                      ���ll"''
$350 per acn ; ���	
tie i.o!s 29 an I
drew's Squan .
minster < lltj.
HARRISON      HOT SPRINGS
aci i s, with thn ���      ...
watei frontage; ���      i    feel    of
timber;   pi It e   $3U per   acn
third cash; terms.
AGASSIZ���135 acres;   90 under
cull l\ at lon     and     mi adow;
house and outbulldin] : ear's
ci op  [in i iiie,i;   on j   ���-.������'  i er
easj   tei ms.
Whereas proof nf i
Qcate of Title
in the name
bi ��� n file I In t
Notice  is he
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the date of th
of, in a dally ���
the  City i
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In the  n ���
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BRENING & COMPANY
TEN ACRES finest garden land in
i ; ish Columbia. close to ti am;
easy terms.
New  Westmister L;n
stminjter
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
We C.i.'i  Dehver tne  Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Dank Bldg.
Corner Columbia  and   Begbie  Streets
New Westminster B. C���Phone 686.
BURNABY���Snap. 8 acres on Murchie
road.    {TOO pi r ai i   . ea j   tei ms
SURREY���Ten   acres    choice    water-
.   N.   W,   l-'.   Section
Price ; .
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner  Columbia   and   Begbie   Streets.
Phone 680.
CLEARED  LOT���  Moociy square,  less
t        i.   This   Is   a    full
e   1    lot.
550   FEET  of the   best  waterfront  en
������ Fraser; 21% i f Improved
I ��elta land.   Then     ire    twi I
.."���es   on     this     propet tj ;    !��� ; ms.
'this propel tj e n be boug lit ior less
than $20 per front  foot.
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WILSON,   COOK   (S.   CO.
Office:    Northern    Crown    Cank    Bldg.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
City���House     en     corner     lot     near
Quei ii's i ,;;k;   modern;   six  ro
ce   $2,400,   $500   cash,     bai
'illy.    Worth investigating.
Lulu   Island���Twenty   or   Forty   acres
pn the North Aim road,    Price only
$250 an ::��� re.    The land around l llis
has been subdivided, ami is s
at   double  the  price,    This  is  your
1 isl ' hanci  to secure land aloi
proposed   tram  line  ai   t; i.-  I
Terms easy.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie   Streets.
Phone 680.
Fraternal Grder ol Ecyles
Funeral Notice
All if New   VV    '
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in Eagles' Mall on i   :      , Maj
m. io attend th.  f ineral ol ou
I..;.���    Broth) !     \tel.ie   .'.   S.    I',.lll.e-.
It.   ROBB,   '.'���'    I'
J. J.  RANDOLPH, Bi   .
District   ef   N    . .    Stritt-
Take notii ������ i
nan. of  Vancou1 ���
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ply   for   permission
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Commencing  al
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bout   four   ' 11  i
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and   v.      '    ���
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Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6, Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone  661 Residence   Phone  133
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTI NG
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow   Press
near The Dally News Co., 609 Vii
Strei '.
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite   B. C.   E.   R.   Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT  SERVICE
GIVE   US   A    TRIAL
TRUST  TO  BUILD
THEATRES   ON   COAST
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IT  PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE DAILY NEV/S
���    ' i.t    25.    Klaw i
have  si curi d    the    besl    local lon   in
Seattle and  'Ail:     ���    In at Ol
stun tion oi an ideal playhouse, which
nill  eost   more  than  ,.   i ol
million dollars.   Big ni -.%'���.
also   he  constructed   at   once   i     T i
coma.   Spokane  and   Portland,   'l'he.,,.
will till be completed anl opened before the ��it;'"'  '��������� ri. the regul
dli ite I ooklngs.
Such    Is    'he      in. e 'llo
Seattle   last   night   hy    Mi. G
Cooki . repie entlng Klaw .
and   Mi iville  Marx,  of  San   Prancl  t   i.
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30th day of A;   II
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Six Lots en bloc, situated
between 8th and 10th avenues
close to Cumberland street, on
the highest point in  the city.
Price $1650 for the bunch.
Only $600 cash required, balance easy.        ....
National finance Co., Ltd
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
PHONE 515        CURTIS BLOCK       657 COLUMBIA ST
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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Remember the Time, Place and
Date, THURSDAY, MAY 26,
9 a.m.    622  Columbia  Street.
Follow thc Crowd���Look for the
Red  Sign.
One lot of Infants' Shoes, hard and
soft soles, prices ranging from 65c,
85c and $1;  Eastern Sale Pi ice 25c.
READ!
THIN
ACT
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LUCKY 'Z
We have purchased R. Stevenson's
Twenty-five dozen tins Shoe Polish,
different makers. Regular pi ice 10c,
and 15c; Eastern Sale Price ���5c.
Ten   dozen  Gold   Leaf  Shoe   Dressing,
black, tan and ox-blood colors. Ri
price 25c; Eastern Sale Price ..10c.
Fifty pair Ladies' Slippers, one strap,
modern heel, plain toe. Reg. p lei
$1.75,  $2;   Eastern  Sale Price $1.05
Fifty pair  Girl's   Canvas   Shoss.   Reg.
75c, $1.35;   Has'cm Sale Price 45c.
Fifty pair Ladies' Canvas Shoes, all
sizes. Regular price $1.85, $2.00;
Eastern Sale Price  $1-05
One hundred and twenty-five pair of
Ladies' Shoes, tan's and black's,
good yeai' welt, made with Cuban
heel, waterproof soles, latest shapes.
Regular price $4; Eastern Sale
Price   *2'45
Fifty pair Ladies' Shoes, very best
quality, Cuban and military heels
and oilier styles. Regular price
$4.50 $5; Eastern Sale Price ..$3.35
Two  hundred  pair of  Boys'  Running
Slmcs.  Regular  price  $1.25;   '
ern Sale Price 	
,45c.
$5420 Shoe Stock at a rate of 47 per
cent on the dollar and are placing it
at the mercy of the public.
The Stock consists of the best and
finest makes of Ladies', Men's and
Children's Shoes, all the new styles,
shapes and colors. We have also
secured a bankrupt stock of high
grade shoes, which we also place on
sale at a lower price than the actual
cost of raw material.
Tke Sale Commences at 9 a.m. on
THU?SDA^;, MAY 28th, and will
continue for Nine Days only, as the
premises have been taken over our
heads and we are forced to vacate,
Remember that every word in our
statement is genuine and we absolutely guarantee high grade quality
and low prices. Don't forget, you
have only Nine days to secure these
wildfire bargains. For the benefit of
the public we will be open evenings.
A few of our prices will give you
an idea of the money savings you can
do in this store during the sale.
WANTED���Three
Sa
lesmen,  2
Sales
Ladies
and
1    Parcel
Boy.
Remember, a Dol'ar Saved is a
Pnll'r Earned. Now is Your
Chance.
One hundred and fifty pair Men's
House Slippers, Stevenson's price
$1.25;   Eastern  Sale Price    50c.
Fifty pair Working  Boots, heavy English  waterproof.    Stevenson's price
$3.75;  Eastern Sale Price
.$1.95
FREE
A  fine  $5  pair  of
Ladies'
Shoes
will   be   give
n   away
free to
the  First  La
dy  Cus-
totner.
FREE
A
pair of $2 Schoo
I  Boots
will
be  given  away
free
to
the
first customer  under
13
years of age.
Hundreds of other lines in the
store and placed on sale.
SEE THEM IN THE WINDOW
Seventy-five pair Men's Ames Holden
makes, consisting of French Kid,
Box Calf, Black Oxfords, etc. R.
Stevenson's price $3.50. $1.00; Eastern Sale Price   $2.40
One lot of Men's Easy Walking Shoes.
consisting of Blucher Cuts, plain
toes and hundreds of different
shares. Prices ranging from $3.75
to %:,; Eastern Sale Price  ... $2.95
Seventy-five pair Men's Fancy Oxfords tan and patent leather, French
kid, etc. Prices ranging from $4.50
to $6; Eastern Sale Price $3.45
One hundred and fifty pair Man's
Vici kid, French Patent leather,
Box Calf, tans; all good year welt,
and all this season's styles, ranging
in prices from $f> to $7; Eastern
Sale Price $3.90
Fifty pair Men's Running Sho?s.  Reg.
$1.50, $1.75; Eastern Sale Price 75c.
Twenty five pair Boy's Dongola Leather, Good Year Welt, Stevenson's
price $3.25; Eastern Sale Pi ice $1.95
One lot Boys' School Shoes, all sizes.
Stevenson's price ��2.50; Eastern
Sale Price    $1.25
Come early and get the pick of
the goods.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,
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The Ds'fisy Hows Councii Invites
British Fieet Here
Published by TDe Dally -News Publlsn-
fng Company, Limlti d, at their offic ���
Conr r   of    M an i    Vicl
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C.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
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THURSDAY, MAY 26. 1910.
CONQUEST  CF  THE  AIR.
Inti an I ; i
of ae ���      tion is      iwing apace.   Tho
���novel' He 1- wi
oH .        .   ks  now  of  the
flying macl Ine.   Sei rei a wi i k ;
n< a triumph bi ng
addi d to the list of achit vements with
the ae : Ian . It is only a few
months since that M. Bli riot startl* .1
the  woi 11   by  flying  from  Pa Is to
i.i.     und rtook   to
over.   Ke said that the
.   a     tan was suppo    l.l        ik into a
. ������ i ould gel the nn ml   rs
of thi t ���   to go with hi  .. so
uracil the better, but if h    i
- dut) to look up I  e i
and then rej oi i the facts ol   I     caa
mittee and have the oj        i
,..   ...   ������    imil tee on th r be
ting to the i    ���    ii.    Alder-
Bryson had gone to conisderable
tro ible in  collecting  the Informal . ..
and   was   to  be  commended,   but  he
��� i i i future i. would be well for
.; man   of  any con: ��
ake men bers cognizant   ��� t  the
o   .   .   report bi rore It  was pi. -
Bented i    ���      c luncil.
To Watch Hookey Players.
On i   ������   . .   lon of Aldei man  Smith,
mi n i ; thi  i o Ice committee, the
rmiWl" i^^^^.^^rLi^^^^.:/ljy^^'Yj^"^^,.-
SIX MORE DAYS to take advantage of our May CASJ"
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REFUND
Dovi ���     cross   ii.     Engll ih    Channi
Butt        i   t has been eclipsed by the city clerk was ins    icted to write to
reci nt flight of ai '.���  and
. : . , M. P tulhan, I
:  ,: . at  r, a distan t   of
186 miles. 1
Oij      that has : :
and
doi ��� ��� I  '        of en-
gjni ering scli
i.1  two
;;, Ing   tl   . .  trav-
eraii s great ests and
\\]\  .   . al      hi ight varying from 300
to i.        feet.   The  first  part  i I
Qig]      - .-   to    Li . hfii   i.   117  mil s,
the si   rei  rj of i hi  hi,; ool bo i d as'.
Im i i hai ���   the pi Lncipals of the
.   is send In 11 poi ts of the truant
8 to the chief i who
e steps to i enn dy thi  evil,
of heal        3ked for further time -    .   ���
street,
ovei payment  of
��� . al the ���       3 of P. Burns
& Co., ' ��� ������ ry, was pa        I
up, thi ..��� ying I      city $50
water rates.
The  Seventh   Daj   advi ntists   '���   i
��� ;. I the use ol  pai I of Tippi rary
to hold their camp meeting here some
time   in   August.
The pul i     bi   o I debenture bylaw.
The Whitney
famous
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Easy an
nd
Comfortable
$
'A
WE    FURNISH   YOUR
COMPLETE "
SIxl en   ] I.
checks, ; an I novell     designs
broken lines and odd pi< ees, in
and white chi     i    nd ��� : il I .    reen   fancy    twi
.   ,   ks and grey tweeds with i olored  Btrlpe
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where darkness compelled the aviator t] school debenture bylaw, the
to descend. He started a- early stree: improvement debenture bylaw
the next morning and completed the Jh�� Luhi island bridg. debenture
journey in a little less than one hour
and a half. No accident of any land
ba] ; ened in connection with either
the ascents or descents, and the aviator proved in more than one respect
that lie had his machine under perfect
control.
It is not perhaps altosether strange
that many are attracted by this new-
form of thrilling, adventurous sport.
People are already busy calculating
what the great flight of M. Paulham
will mean to the world in the future.
The one time sceptics are engaged in
declaring that the aeroplane will soon  to him.   None of the
rival the automobile in  popularity as  s Herman
a means  of travel.   This  may be so
one   day.   but   at   present   it   is   altogether   unlikely,   if    not     Impos 11  ���
Considerable    advances   in   inv
must be made before aeronautics      ;
be other than a sport for the few. or
be more than a great spi   I r fea
ture and possi potent - ai li I u-
tnent of war. Much mus: be accom-
plisl ed in fact, I th by Im entloi 1
s ���!��� before the a roplane can be
come a general means of travi I.   Tl la
;ne   depends   so   largely   on   the
skill of the aviator in fighting tl
currents that  it can  only be use! at
nt by the very few- who have
ol ned s e mastery or* this very
Intrical I ������ n
by.
aw, the fire debenture bylaw, the
. s and sidewalks amendment bylaw and the liquor license amendment1
bylaw were all read a first time by
I le The council will hold a special
me ting next Monday night to con-;
these bylaws.
Tlie real estate tax bylaw was read.
for the third time and  finally passi d.
The   Poundkceper's   Job.
Several applications for tlie posi- j
tion of poundkeeper were read. Before voting on the names Alderman
Bryson said that he had heard that
one of the applicants was going
around stating that he was going I
set tiie job and he wanted to know if
any of tiie aldermen had promised It
Idermi n I . ;
���mith said th it
it was not he. After voting. R. H.
Batt was declared elected. "Tha '.-
the man I heard about.' said Alderman Bryson, when the result was announced. He will receive ?T pei
montli.
Tenders  for some  cast   iron   w ter
pipe were opened and referred to   1
water committee for report.
Must  Have  New  Survey.
M  yor   Lee  anounced   that   ; fl
he had held with thi  surveyors of the city he had come to the
conclusion that it was absolutely nee-
essary to have a new survey made of
the city, as the errors in tlie orig
survey were annoying and if the
of correcting   - ��� n   w as  left   ol
a few years it would be a m
expensive   undertaking.    The   pi
sion of the P      i nmenl
be   -     ; the new sur-
I Just a Few Left ot
West End View
Lots
In Lot 10, Sub. Block 12. between 8th and
10th Avenues, to the east of 18th Street.
Price $350, one quarter cash, balance 6, 12
and IS months. These lots are close to the
new cut off, and you will be wise if you step
in now and secure them.
Two Good Buys
2 nice lots on Hamilton St.. all cleared,
50x150.    Price $800 each cash, or $1000 on
terms.
Lot 7 on 11th St., Block 19,  Sub.  block
Price $750 on terms.
Maple Ridge
120 acres of good land, close to Mission City
Price is $35 per acre. $1000 cash handles
this.   Balance on very easy terms.
��� . which will cos- al out $2
bl    '      e in  a:->   Si '...:. ....'"
question of air currents will have to
he el '        -- . :1- I   and   : ���
Dp to now nexl        noi is known
of these elemei a ( the atmosphere.
And our knowledge of tlie air can
only be a as i ur knowledge of
the sea has been, at much cost.
Speaking at  N'ew York a few   lays
ago.  Dr.  Patter however expressed a
confidence that airships for public use
will   soon   be  a   possibility.     But  we
are   inclined  to   think   the  respected
doctor is a little too sanguine about
tiiis.    It   is  nevertheless  evident, as
D-.  Ritter pointed out. that with the
general use, either of airships or aero-
pli    .   will  arise   many  internal
questions, and  that  it  will be necessary   to   formulate   some   regulatl i
to  preserve the  peace  of  the   '���
It is      ;    ent I most ordinary
person that a flying machine could be
used   for  many  Uli _
some form of protection agains;
a dangerous source of evil and b irm
will bei ome neces- try.
As an engine of war the airship,
which differs from the aeroplane in
having a gas bag or bags attached, is
being al ��� idy ra; idly develop. 1 ���.
the nations of the world. Altl ug
Germ..- . - ttaii ments in this direction have been most extensively advert  -ed. Great Britain and France are
Lee.
Street   l-nprovements.
Tbe  board  of  works  brought  in  a
voluminous report recommending the
improvement  of many  streets  in different parts of the city.
Essex street will be reopened at a
cost of about $200. The question of
extending Boulevard road to Ei'_,;'i;
avenue was laid over for the present.
Some cleaning up will be done on
Seventh avenue. Dufferin stieet will
not get a sidewalk jus- yet. but will
be considered when Agnes street is
��� lerg ng permanent improvements.
St. Andrews street, between Eighth
and Ninth streets, will get a sidewalk
at a cost of |70. The report further
recommended that James Cunningham !
be not allowed to cut down shade
trees on Royal avenue, as requested
in a letter received a we -k ago. The
��� ��� r win come up when the permanent improvements to Royal avenue are being made.
The   Letter   File.
The correspondence was small  and
mostly consisted of requests for the
purpos. -    nd I plans of subdivisii - -
A  petition  signed by  nearly 75 per ;
cent, of the property owners on Columbia   street   east,   between   K
��� street an 1  Leopold  place, asking for j
a Hassam pavement and cement sl !��� -
Iks in front of their properties, was
Led.
The  work  will  be done  under  the i
1     -.1   improvement  plan.
Sanitary   Inspector   S.    J.     Pearce I
e British Canadian Securities I
Company, Limited
H
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T H E
Mm
I MI 7 E D
Per Yard
65c  and  75c Va'ius
Lustres for
Bathing
15c   fir
lpi     and
BpOtS    t'li        ���    '
with   ������
;id   ;
to 40    pe Special   i er
yard  *5:
35c   per
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Another Fresh Shipment
of Neckwear
New ��� effi
bi   Idered       ���   an I net creatloi ll    ��� I Ite  and   wl ������
. e ���      See thi m;  you  will be buh   to  Bi ;
irtmei F   I      to \ll
Ladies
Bathing Suits
$3.25
A  smart  colli
-  II ���  ���   ���
��� ��� d   with   whlti
off eel        '.    .       need
one I     this seasoi      B
 53.25
Genuine
Swiss
75c a
Extra   fine
. ���
Aboul ' I ���
at  far   !������ lo i
Ri
Vests
i
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:     The Dominion Trust
An Extra Special
in
Ladies
Suits, $7.50
Twelve    nly light tweed        (in    tripes   ���
length  ts,  trimmed with  rei ret  collar and  I
skirts  mostly   in   ph ited   Btyles;  Bome with Bell tri
ral .��� ,  to  J22.J   ;   cleai Ins pri   ���    	
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WOULD   DISSOLVE  TRUST.
New Jersey Court Asked  to  End  Life
of  Packing  Company.
N'ew York.  May 25,���Application to
the courts of New Jersey for the d ������
solution of the National Packing
pany will  be the next  movement  by
Prosecutor Garven, of Hudson com ��� ������
in his war on the so-called meat trust.
The concern was indicted in  11
county las? February.   Prosecutor Garven announced today  he  would ap] Ij
for its dissolution June T.
QUEEN
MOTHER   AND
COLONIES'
I
DEVOTION
CANADIAN   WHEAT   FOR   MEXICO.
More  Than   12,000  Tons   Due   in   Man-
zanillo This  Month.
Mexico  City.   May   25.���The  advantage  of  the  opening  of   the  port
London,      May      25.���The      Queen
Mother  Alexandra yesterday received]
Lord Strathcona and Sir George Reid,
in ord.'r to mark ber appi e< lation of i
the  sympathy  shown   her  in   Canada i
and Australia.
Each had a quarter of an hour's con- j
rersation with the Queen  Mother.
Sir  George     Reid     stares    she  ex-J
pn    . d  In  the  tan-'   touching  tern -
her  gratitude for the  royal  Ae\  ti
Bhown   to   Ling   Edward's reign  and
memory  and   tor  the   kind   message!
sent her from over the sea.
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I Must Be Sold At Once
*m I    -W\
*      Seven Roomed Modern House.    Full sized lot ami
splendid front, between Sixth and  Seventh avenue!
$3500, terms $1000
P. PEEBLES
near Fourth street.  Price
balance 1-2-3-1 years.
Phone   307.
620 Columbia   St.
New  Westrri-s'-er
caSHi
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Fatal    Collision    on    Intercolonial.
St. John. N. B., May 25.���Brake
John   Casey, of   Moncton.   was   kille 1,
somo  dozen   people   sustained   minor
called the attention of the council to  Manzanillo   on   the   Pacific   coast   by
I the broom growing in the public ceme-j the building of the branch line of the injuries and much damage to rolling
on   Eighth  Btreet   and i      d   National   railway   jn   Mexico   to   that  stock   was  done on  the  Intercol
that it either be cut down or dug up. place Is shown in the heavy shipments  railway  yesterday    in   a  collision   al
a.nl them.   The latest  The   suggestion   will   be  carried   out.  of wheat now arriving there from Can-  Nauwigewauk. about  fifteen miles from
Briti   .  ai -  Ip Is reported to show a .Mayor Lee announced that as seen as!ada.    ��ne steamer  from   Victoria   re  here.   The  trains  colliding   were   the]
very ;  advance upon anythlng'the f'��"nc''l could get the title to theIcently brought a cargo of 5,000 tons Maritime  express  from   Moncton   for
��� netery  in shape it  was the  inten-iof wheat to Manzanillo, where it was  St. John and a suburban  train from
to  Improve it  considerably. [unloaded and shipped  by  rail  to  dif-'the city.
GeorL,. Henderson and C. Finnie, ferent parts of the country where
on behalf of tn. residents of the blocl there is a shortage of that grain,
bounded by Eleventh and Twelfth More than 12,000 tons of Canadian
streets and Third avenue, asking for wheat are due to reach Manzanillo be-
tlie staling of the street along the fore the close of the present month,
face   of    tlie   hill.    Alderman Jardine | Several large shipments will also en-
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yet achieved, and among its features
is a  wireless  telegraphy  attache   -
which wlll render it most valuable for
scouting work.
It is unfortunate that more care was
not taken to reserve proper accomodation for the members of the press
who had to attend the opening cf
the assizes In this city yesterday. It
is impossible for the reporters to obtain any proper account of the proceedings when they are prevented
from obtaining access to the body of
the court by the crowd and press of
people, and their usual seats taken
up by persons who have no business
there,     lt  is to  be  hoped  that  some
announced that the work was already
under consideration.
Robert Robertson's request for a
plank sidewalk on Pine Btreet was referred to the board of works.
II. T. Kirk asked that the council
take sti ps to improve the si iewalk in
front of his place of business. Referred to the city engineer to act.
George L. Saunders declined the
position of poundke. p r as he understood the wages were better when he
applied for the job.
I.). McGill ami F. S. Craig submitted
a plan of a subdivision in lot ('.. biock
better arrangements will at once be '7. but some of the lots were facing on
made so that the assi.e proceedings a nine-foot lane and were, on that ac-
.   .    I e properly reported. count, not approved.
ter Mexico via the port of Salina Cruz.
Veto Question Again.
London, May 25.���It is understood
that on tlie reassembling of parliament Mr. Asi|iiitli will be interrogated
from the Nationalist benches aa to
the intentions of the government regarding the veto question.
GETS  $25,000,000  ESTATE.
California
The WESSELTON Dl
We carry in stock an assortment of BLUE WHITE
Prices  in Rings  $40  to  $400.
These   goods  are   the   BEST  procurable  In  Canada, and  la ;1 Ple)
ure to show same.
HOWARD   AND  LONGINE   WATCHES.
Chamfoerlin's
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Betting on Derby.
London, May 2~,.���Following ls tho
latest betting on the Derby, distance
one and a half miles, to be run
Wednesday. June 1: Neil Gow, 2 to
1; Lemberg. 2 to 1; Charles O'Mally,
IS to 1, Greenback, 14 to 1; Tres-
sady, 16 to 1.
Man Made Wealthy
Long-lost Sister.
Worcester, Mass., May 26.���Although be had not seen his sister, who
supposed him dead, for thirty-eight
years. William Venna, a hostler of
San Mateo. Cal., was abb- to prove
himself to be the only heir to her
$.:..iioO.OOO estate, and today Judge
William T. Forbes, of the probate
court,  allowed  his claim.
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25c per box.    Try It.
A\l sons of England and friends are
invited to attend the annual church
parade in Vancouver on Sunday at 2
p. m. A free car will be provided.
A special invitation is extended to
ladies.
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,.SDAY, MAY 26, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE D'lVK.
.PORTING NEWS
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'JOHNSON IN GOOD
PHYSICAL CONDITION
9n Declares Black Champion to
Wonderfully  Built   Man,  With
ngs in  Perfect Condition.
OLD 5TICKHANDLERS ARE
WANTED BACK IN GAME
co, May 25.���Jack John-
busy  day  in   his  head-
today.    In   tke   morning   he
road  with   h;�� new Bpe-
,   Flanagan,   who   held   a
[,��� ue champion.   The regular
ixlng  was taken up  In
underweni   a   physical   ex-
,,1   the   hands   of   Dr.  A.   I''.
Harry    Latham     and     Alex    Turnbull
Have  Almost  Promised  to  Get
Back  Into   Harness.
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There   is  a   possibility  thai   l < fori
11io   lacrosse   season   is   veiy   much
farther   advanced    some  of  the  old
guard of the Salmonbellies wil] again
lie seen in a Red and  Blue uniform,
the   latesl   candidate   for  this   hon ir
being  llany    Latham,  who quil   the
name three years ;.; o w lien still one
of the best home players in the business.    Hairy has not been doing much
strenuous  work  since   then,  most  of
,  has  been  named  offl- his time having heen occupied count-
In    the civic sin kels In the citj  hall,
tested Johnson as to Now thai he has entered business for
: i lungs before h ��� b< gan  himself hi   ma    have a little time to
vork and Immediately devote  to recreation    on the green-
He Baid Johnson's Bward.
������ a;    and  thai   he      Latha n 1        bi en    appro iched by
.   ;  anj  difference In  Borne of the club officials with a re-
hetween the two ex- quesl  that he connect  hlrasell  with a
lacn li     oni e   igaln and. while
lerfully    bulll   man  he  has nol   yet   given  a  definite  aula-.   Sampson,  "and swcr, he is understood to have stated IJ
lucky  If  we had  he would nol  be averse to playing       ��
is lungs are In per-  few  games this season  provided  his j ���
nd    as  a   fighter   I   old   tlllicum,   Alex   Turnbull,   was   in j J
real condition."    ithe game with him.   As Turnbull Irs1*
lied 218 pounds,  made a remark to the same effect con   *
Is ami the work  cernlng Latham the hopes oi the local  *
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Visit these coming summer resorts
on EMPIRE DAY, May 24. Trains
8:50 and 11 a. m.; returning, arrive
iit New Westminster al 1:20, 6:25 and
9:30 p. in.
A delightful day at the SEASIDE.
Lots for sale at prices ranging from
$250 up.
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has done.   That, supporters of the national  game are
���  aim;, completed  i i Ing every day.
p; [    With Turnbull and Latham back on
the Job,  Con  .lone.-   wo ild   be  raced
I ERS WIN. j with  a distressingly difficult   task  in
prying the Minto cup from its Bockets
Lads  D-fcated   in   Junior   La-   in  the Carnegie  library.
���  Yesterday   Evening.     I     Lines   are  out   for   another   warrior
icrosse match at Queens of the past who has still enough youth
��� vening the East End- on his side to make it mighty Interest-
the  Centrals  to  the  Ing   for   any   visiting   lacrosse   team,
to two, four of these  bul   the  officials   wlll   not   name  him
ihe net in the first   until his present reserve has thawed
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lei ably with the Bpeed
.��� players.   Fitzgerald
'   ams   were;
Wright,  goal;   A.  Whit-
.   I lay, coi erpolnl.  D. Sin-
Bob    Whltaker
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���   Johnston,   centre;   Ted
Tip Sinclair, E.  Mannering,
t.   McKenzie, outside;   i [uff,
s���Mortison. goal;  Buckland,
lolan,    coverpolnt;    Watson,
.   Swenceski,   defence  field;
c> nue.  Sail, Armstrong, Knut-
fli Id;    spicer,    outside;
���ll.side.
South   African   Preference.
Bloemfonteln, May 25.���-In a speech
here Dr.   Jameson    pledged   the Progressive party to a policy of Imperial
defence  pn feronce.
We have for exclusive sale.lot on Regina street, between First
and Second Btreets, only $650; % cash; balance in 6 and 1:2 months
at  7   per  cent.
SURREY
$2,200 for 10 acres, house and barn; about 5 acres cleared and
under cultivation.
Also 5-acfe block in Section 16, Block 5, North Range 2 West at
$1,100 per acre. Terms Va cash; balance in 6, 12 and 18 months
at  7  per cent.
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628   AND   746   COLUMBIA   STREET
PHONE 85        NEW WESTMINSTER
See us for Columbia and Front street properties,
pood ones.
We have somi
ftlaKns, Coulthard & Co.
Limited.
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^Toronto  Defeats Harvard.
Ibridue.   May   25.- The   Harvard
team   was   defeated   by   the
Bt;   of Toi onto team hy five to
to lay.
Moore   Bests   Drisco'l.
Bi ipliia.   May  25.���Pat   Moore,
Ity, had the better of a six-
���   with    Jim   Drlsci 11.  the
,    tl erwi ighl      champion,   al
��� al Athletic club tonight.
Old Country  Cricket.
May 25.���The Worcester
nn defeated Surrey tod iy;
' 87, 264 run.; Sum y 172,
Lancashire beal Essex by
Lancashire 166, 180 runs;
'.", runs.
SASEBALL
American  League,
ton���Boston-Cloveland   game
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F    '" d; wet .rounds.
Coast'League.
Portland��� r, h. B.
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f You
Don't do Ycur Shopping
With US Today, WE
BOTH  LOSE  MONEY
A Full Line of Fresh
VEGETABLES
and FRUITS
Lettuce
5c per head
Strawberries
2 for 35c
Cabbage
5c  per  Ib.
Apples
4 lbs. for 25c
Radishes
2 heads for 5c
Cherries
40c per Ib.
Green Onions
2 bunches for 5c
Pine Apple
25c each
Green Peas
3  lbs.  for   25c
Bananas
30c per dozen
Large
Navel Oranges
35c per dozen
FOUR ROOM
HOUSE
FURNBSHfiD   FOR
Denny & Galloway
HOME FURNISHERS
43-45 Sixth St. New Westminster,  B. C.
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Contractors and
Mouse Builders
Sm.
We have a full   line   of   tne   Best
Builders  Hardware in tne City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   of   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp <& Co., Ltd.
The Timberland Lumber Company,   Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Fir, Cedar and Spruce Lumber,Rough, Dressed and Kiln Dried, Dimension Timber and Shingles, Cedar Poles and Piling in any quantity.
Ask Us for Prices
Office,   Room  8, Thompson Blk.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director
New  Westminster,   B.  C.
P. O. Box 953
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Eight-room modern house on lot
132 feet square on Third street, hetween Queens and Third avenues; all
conveniences; price $5500; $1200
cash,  balance to suit purchaser.
Bight-room modern house on corner
lot 70x126, corner Fifth street and
Third avenue; quantities of fruit;
price $5250; one-half cash, balance to
arrange.
Vancouver financial Corporation, Ltd.
Room    4,    Merchants    Bank    Building
Phone   591
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Games Today.
ll    at Vancouver.
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The PeopVs Grocer
PHONE  193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
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"GET THE   HABIT"
SPECIAL
Ink, 2 Botlles for 5c
Mucilage, 5c Per Bottle
The Fair
646  Columbia  Street.
Wo buy for cash and seil for the sivmc
An Open Meeting
i_ 4aJ
will be held in
CUNNINGHAM HALL
in interest of
United Brotherhood of America
Thursday, May 26
at fi p. m.
His Worship,   Mayor Lee, will
occupy the chair.   All welcome.
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancnnver
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 ofiice and on board steamer. Electric cars leave Steveston every hour ton the half-hour) for Vancouver.
See the Famous  Fraser River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, $1.
INSURANCE
FIRE-ACCIDENT-LIFE
Employer's Liability.   Marine, Automobile
Live Stock
PUT that POLICY on TODAY
TOMORROW may be TOO LATE
I devote my time sole'.y to insurance and so can  give  every risk
my   careful   and   prompt  attention.
My   rates   are   the   hest obtainable and I write for only reliable
Canadian  and  English  companies.
Call and see me and 1 will be glad to give you information and
particulars. )
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
Phone 62.     "The Insurance Man", | 657 Columbia
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WS.
THURSDAY, v.,
Y.Z1GR   A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room   6.   Guichon  Building.
Phone   631
iQVERNMENT WORRIED
ABOUT NATIONALISTS
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If newness and freshness and
variety of patterns count in
SHIRTS, then those we show
beat anything you: have ever
seen. A delightful change
from the same old tiresome
styles so many stores are displaying.
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
British    Agent
Blames Death
Pasha on Party
in    Egypt
of Boutros
625   Columbia
Street
New   Westmincte
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A. CAMPBELL  HOPE.
C. A.  C.
And   at   336   Hastings
St..   w.
Vancouver,   B.  C.     Phone 3650
PLAIN WHITE,
FANCY STRIPED,
FIGURED PATTERNS
Cloverdale
E.M. Carncross & Co
Real  Estate
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The Wardrobe Clothier
Sails   Lion   Brand   Clothing, Suits and Odd Kr.lcker Pants
Columbia Street New Westminster, B.C.
JACKSON
PRINTING
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Estimates
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STYLISH
PRINTING
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Thomson   Blk.
Phone   333
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W.   RICH
Teaming and  Expressing.
DEALER IN
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At Todd's Music House
We have now in stock the finest line of PIANOS
ever shown in this city, at prices 20 per cent, below
Vancouver prices.
"Build Up Your Own City By Dealing At Home"
BAB /   IN   A  "ALISE.
FOR CHiLLIWACK
And   Upnver   Landings
The   New   Sternwhee er
Ex
Small Musical Instruments
Violins, Guitar , Mandolins
3*
di  per   cen:.
off.
Sheet Music, Songs
and   Orchestra   Selections
6  Popule.rs   for
25c.
A FULL STOCK OF THE LATEST EDISON AND   VIC
TOR
RECORDS
SECOND-HAND
PIANOS
From $125.00
and   up.
Steinway, Nordheimer,
Dominion,  Williams,
Kohler  &  Chase,   Doherty,   and
Bell   Pianos  to choose   from
��300  up.
Young   Won'sn   Creates   Sudden
citerr.fint   at   Montreal.
Monl ��� j   25.���Al  ���   ���
y a prettj j o ing
v.oman ol Ighti en .-������;��� I n the
Halifax   E: ;���. ��� bs,  carrying    a
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addre   i   11   ��� ���           ile in a very excited  ;    i          with  iin.'  atari Id
;.                                  ing woman has
gol a babj  In thai valla >."
There was Instanl excitement. The
��� ii the lady oul i le, and
!.;:'; bag          openi I.    It  contained a
fat, si al ���       ��� ���       Inl mt,  lookin     . ol
I at all          ippy in its cln            bed
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porary  guardian   and pul    it    there
..I ��� a     ���        i.i nl  in,;   ft it.ll   to   bi
-1 .   wai   to take II  ��� ���
Archbishop's pnlai e foi   bapl li tn, and
the Orey Nuns She had broughl It
from Si i'i'.:. Those who heard the
story were ai Brst a trifle i.i redu
in ..-.. i ;; i lie 11 nstable accompauii <l
i he dn nisei ������ '' ����� ��������� I'i ������;;'���.��� . i
became aop��ren1 thai Bke was nn e\--
pected visitor. That ended the police
connection vltli lix affair. After tin
baptismal rite had been performed,
the child was duly conveyed to the
convent.
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T   u  day and Saturday al 8 i
Leavei   Cl illhi icfc   ','.'��� dm - laj.  r. |
<!.'iy and Sui I 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO
New   Westminster.
WOOD   WORK, AM
REPAIRING  OF ALII
KINDS
- Done At
I Benson & MeMcn
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NOTICE!
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At    Dick   Benson's   Old  S'.Jr|
8th  St., Next to F.ishion Ln
this
Until further notice
bank will be open
SATURDAY EVENINGS
fr >m seven to nine o'clocl
Royal Bank cf Canada
New Westmuistej
P. Shute, Mgr.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
KEEPS  THE   LID
on the saloons Estimates Given. Phone 567
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A   GOOD     FRIEND
ALWAYS
If
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rnrnln.   for you tbrn   W
Interest.   Small or I
may   lu<   driiosllcil   Rl   ',;iy
A Fall Line of Singer Sewing Machines and Supplies on Hand
TODD'S BIG MUSIC HOUSE
419 Columbia Street, New Westminster.
-mti*,-' m. i��^^^��p��^-
Rockford, III.. .May 24.���After a
"dry" Bpell of twelve months, the saloons of Rockford were permitted to
re-open for business today by virtue
of tlie new liquoi ordinance i> lbbi d by
tlie city council. TiiC city author!-
ties in deciding to again permli thi
sale of liquor have nt the Bame time
taken ste] a to pn wm the c tj becoming na "wet" as a sponge. In other
words, they Intend to kei p tho Ltd In
readiness to i e clampi i down if the
saloons do nol conform to the stricl
regulations described for the conducl
of their business. The ord r ha i gore
forth that the saloonkeepers are not
to treat nor permli treating in their
|establishments. Free lunch, music
and games of chance arc also put un'
de.' tho ban.
214   Sixth   Avenue
NEW  WESTMINSTER
B. C.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St.  nnd   Fifth  Avenue.
PHONE  370.
80   BRANCHES
Ontario,   Quebec
West.
mJ
tlH
CAPITAL
REST   ...
,$4,000.00��
4,760,000
BankofTcr
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
BRANCH
J. Oracey, J ^RSDAY, MAY 26, 1910.
JLAND REGISTRY ACT.
thai an application has
,1,.  to   register   Duncan  Bell
lie owner in fee simple, under
[>e< <l from E. A. Wilmot,
I    dj Ui s,   to    lluncail   Bell
i [ng   date   the   13th   day   of
U .  1907, of all  and sin. ular j
lain parcel  or  traci   of  land
si! uate, lying and being I
THE DAILY  NEV/S.
PAGE SEVEN.
WATER NOTICE.
tlie
in
.    ��&
Dancaa
In fee.
ligation <
fn fcdaJfc
Xteittalt
lent sel?
Datw.,
New Wfr
Columbl*
D.,19i<fc
t,ict of New Westminster,
. ., e oi British Columbia,
' j',,.iy -nown and describ-
., ,.��� .,, ieB of the southeast
"Section   18,   Township   3,
,  0f Gth Meridian.
,,���,.,, claiming through or
, |  ;iu   persons claiming
..      aid larid by virtue
,,  ,.,i  instrument, and
,.],,,. mg any  interest   In
I .   ,',:���*��� cut, whose title
e,[ ..,, er the provisibns
...������sir,' Act," are reqllir-
i  ro nt the tax pur-
ror'.j !i\ ��� days from the
-   pub'.'cation  oi   this
,,     ;,.,.;  in  default   of a
,,    ,,t   ,-s  pendens
mc i i erlod, or in
,n r-i l-ir ��� ri glstra-
,. I, (.r ;..- ii will be for-
n(] nebiirn d from bi ���-
,; to o    In :    :
1   |   s'.n .    regl
ag  owner  thi
I y ,, ��� l ���   thai  ! ub
, '��� for thirty d
pibll  In d in New
P tood    ad
Hull
I'. . i try  I ill
ince <>'' British
lay of  April,  A.
S. KEITH,
l.tricl  11
���
er   Bros.,   Ltd.,
nan; J. \V. Hi  ��� ���
Notice Is hereby given that an application will be made under Pari V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license in tbe Westminster Division ol
New Wi stmlnster Disti let.
ia) The name, address and occupation of the applicant: Frederick W.
Smith, residing at South Westminster,
!'. o. address, Xew Westminster, B. C,
dairyman.
i lo The name of the lake, stream 01
source (if unnamed, the description
i.i: nn unnamed sj ring, Bll ua i
Subdivision 12 of Block 2, Section 30,
Block 6, Xoih Range 2, west, New
Westminste ' Dlsti i I
(cj The point, nf diversion: Al il
the centre of said Suddivision 12
(owned by J. E. Murphy).
uli The quantity of water applied
for i in cubic fi el per Becond): One-
sixtieth (1-60).
(e) The character of the propi d
works: A pri'ate waterworks system
through a 1-inch pi] e c in led fro Raid
Snhilivisii.ii ii ti ;;[���(��� int's property,
which adjoin i
(f) 'l hi   prei Isi , on which the wat- i
er   is  to   be   '.-'������.      i    ��� ibe  same): [
Subdh Isi ms '. an 1 (3 ol  Block 2, Si c-
tlon 30, Bloi'  :,. North Range 2, wei t,
New Wi itml     e    Di    .   :t.
I pos s   for   which    the
i li iltural,
ind    omestic.
Ik) Thi    notice i        posted oi
:  t t  .! Ly, 1910, and ap] lie 11 a
will be made to the I lommii il mer on
I  i  fitli day of June, 1910, al 2:30 p.m.
11)    Gl\i      ���       ��� ���     and addiessei
i r i e t o r s o i
or v, hot'.e I  nd.   are likely to  be
ted by I   ' pri 1 works, i I
��� or belo.   tl e oul lei: None.
P. W. SMITH,
Bos 536, N'ew Westminster, B. C
LAND  ACT.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
Take  notice  thai   James   Bateman,
of Vaneom er, B. C, occupation, Btone-
tends to app y foi permission
in  |,. following  ii scribi d
landi :
Comn em Ing  at  a   posi   planted at
thi   ; outhe   '  poinl of a small island
lying , i i n irth of N< Ison
Island        enci     nortl erly,    westerly,
: erly   and    easterly,    along  the
p] iei   ol commencement;
Inlng 6 acres more or less.
JAMES BATEMAN,
Applicant.
JOHN F. BAGGS,
April 20, 1010. A ��������� nl
ESTABLISH FARM TO
BREED ARMY HORSES
6REATEST IKBEKBDENT CIRCUS
British Officer Reaches West
For That Purpose-Discusses King's Death.
WATER  NOTICE.
THE
PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
-IN-
DAILY NEW
I     ;i"J YEE KEE & CO.
a6S
Notice is hereb) givi n that an appll-
cation w"l l u made Liidi r Pari V. of
the "Water Ac* IflCiV to obtain a license in the South Westminster Division of New Westminster District.
(a)    The name, address and occupation of the applicant:  J.  E. Murphy, | w'ini
occupation, dairying and farming.
i b) The name of the I: ke, stn m
or source iif unnami d, the di rip
tion is): Spring on Lot 11, Block 2,
Subdivision of Lo1 30.
(c) The point of diversion: At the
Bprii
i il i The quantity of water ap] li' d
tor i in cubic . et per second i: One-
eighth  cubic  foot,
The chai aci the pro]
s;   Tank   al   spi Ing,   pipe   from
tank  to  dwellings.
I ��� i    The   pui posi s   for   which   the
.  ter   is  to    be    used:     Dwellings,
dairying and i tock.
i ki    This notice wns posti 1 on I he
30th day of April,  1910, and a] ; lica-
tlon will be made to thi
on the 31s1  day of May. 1910.
il)    Give the names and add i
of any riparian  proprietors or licensees   who  or   whose   lands  are likely
to be affecte I by the proj osed woi ks.
elthi r  above or  below    the    outlet:
None.
J. E. MURPHY,
New Wi Btminster.
Atm il  30,  1910.
TAILORS
��.J
m
more   attractiv ���   trip
Lawn nee up to His-
Nexl   Empress  sails
For reservations and
ED   GOULET,
C p.R. Agent.
Suits Cleaned   and  Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block        P. O. Box 644
Westminster
insf cr Co.
?Done  18b.      Barn  'Phone  137
Columbia  Street,
(ige   delivered    promptly   to
sny  part of the c.ltT.
: and Heavy Hauling
Office���tram depot.
4n
S^i^tfes
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
^^   lew
Wellington
i
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Foot of Sixth.
LOffice, Front  St.,  F
m*.mma\. m ****** a a^^m^a
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���YOU   NEEDN'T
COME  AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be glad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal lu your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone is in good order, and
their numbers are 16 and 16.
Coal procured here is crack a-
jack coal, however secured.
GILLEY
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?nR�� FITTINGS i
!D   OFFICE
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAIL-
INGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOOD.
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
:^ ���iW V STMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY |
LVVAVil   Jg BROOKES,  Proprietor J
I
I
UWAVS
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register the Corporation of the Township or District of
Su.iey as the owner in fee simple, un-
d^r a Tax Sale Deed from the Reeve
and  Clerk of the Corporation of tlie
'lowr.t-lip or District, of Surrey to tlie
Corpotufu   of  the  Township  or Dis-
I trict of Surrey, bearing dates of the
21st   day  of October,  A.l)..  1906  and
j 31st day of December, A.D., 1901, of
i all  and   singular   that  certain  parcel
or trad  of land and premises situate
lying and being iu the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known
and described as:    Lot  l in subdivision 21 of hlock 1 of section 30, block
5 north, range 2 west;  lots 8 to IT,
Im luslve, of subdivision 23 of section
16, block 6, north range 2 west;  lots
15 to 21, Inclusive, block 14 of south
easl   quarter  section  4,  township  9
lots   5,6,  and   T.  in   subdivision  2'.',  of
section   16,  block  6,  north   range 2,
west;  lots 22 and 23, in subdivision
2'i of section 16, block 5, north range
2, west;  lots l. 2. 3,  I. 5, 6, V. 8, 11,
12, block  l of lot 387A, group 2; lots
2 to 6 .inclusive, block 14 of south
east   quarter  section  4,  townsliip  9'
lot 5, block 3 of lot 3S7A, group 2;
lot 38, block 2 of lot  387A, group 2;
lots 21, 22, blocl; 3 ot southeast quarter section 4, township 9; lots is. 19,
block 2 of southeast quarter section
1,   townsliip   9;   lot   22,   b.ock   16   of
southeast quarter section 4. township
9, map 619;   lot 23, block 16 of southeast quarter section 4 township 9.
You and thos" claiming through or
under   you   and   all   persons   claiming
any  interest  in  tlie  said land  by  vir-jou t)u
tue   of  any   unregistered   instrument,
j and all persons claiming any interest ^
j in   the  said   land   by  descent,  whose I
I title is not registered under the proof  the  "Land  Registry  Act."
contest tlie claim of
,������        _ ser   within   forty-five
* j days  from  the  day  of  tlie  first  pub-
��� llicatlon of this notice upon you, and
J   in   default   of  a  caveat   or  certificate
��� lot lis pendens being filed within such
J period, or  in  default  of redemption
* before registration,  you and  each of
��� you will be forever estopped and de-
il barred from setting up any claim
��� or in respect  of the said land, and
* shall register The Corporation of the
Township   or   District   of   Surrey   as
thereof in fee.   And 1  hereby
-*  "-'-   notice
'' May   24.���The   Canadian
We: i ^ed the great fli Id for
Inve   ini i i and profil for hundn .Is of
i'i pitalists, but it   is  doubtfu
wlv    i       om / wa i ever la unch id In
y pro; cl as that which 11
to be   undei taken   by    a     syn :
which   lias   recently   been   formi 1   ln
London.
e of the  Britons  is  to
take   up   land   somewhere     between
i ������'   an I the Pacific coast which
thi ! te turning Into a - e I
ling  fai i'i.    With  thl
|ec lev/ i n offlcer reci nl ly attai li
ed  to      e   17th   Lanci i s, moi e  fan 11-
larlj ,     nd res] ecte I   i     "The
, 1 >eai I   '���'��� i lloi ���- r j   " ha    arriy 'I In
Wii ' ��� ���     n   staying al
������' t     ������     ���   Ui iking  prelim-
Inai     i       tries    r   ardln i   ible
Tho i fflcer Btati I  I hai   11  was
pro     ed  in [mporl Arabian  stallions,
dged   facl   that
t lies      ti   ds   proved   of     Inestimable
value i to their pi'A"��� a ci endur
ance.
Tl ���       ��� ll ate expects   to  have    a
farm   of   tremendous   Bize   in   a   fev
yean   time, ii  being the intention to
ell f the stock to both th i im-
i ei lai    nd  Canadian governments.
The Arabian horse can travel over
country far better than any other
breed, so in time of war the British
'vi.; wo il l be able to command the
best   in   the equine  world.
The offlcer who lefl England the
day after the King's death, stated thai
one of the most pathetic incidents he
had ever witnessed, his experience in
tlie South African campaign notwithstanding, occurred at the Army and
Navy club, London, when the sad
tidings was being flashed throughout
the universe that the King was dead.
Veterans and subalterns -who a minute
previously had clinked glasses, instinctively rose to their feet and saluted. Everything was silent and
those Empire defenders who had been
BO gay ai other times quietly wended
their way homeward at much earlier
hours than usual.
SUPERD, SPECTACULR3, ORIGINAL CSRCISS-SCO PEOPLE-
450 ANIMAL$��$25,0Qa ARMOUR PRIZE SIX-HORSE TEAM
tr P-Vi. ' 11. i1*
B   flf Q ii u !li 2kV \la
mT   10:30   Q'GLGGK   EAGM  MORNING
; :im:i hero of gmht PEn^s^Q eiepezaests
WHOLE    EART&rS    ARENSC   MARVELS
THE FIMEST HORSES El TK2 WORLD
ENORMOUS SIZE-SPLENDID QUALBTY
30--AMERICA'S F/2Q3T COMICAL CLOWN8--30
SENSATION of th�� Am&SgmENY WORLD
UNSURPASSED in MAGNITUDE and MERIT
Two Complete PERFORMANCES  DAILY
RAIN OR SHINE, AT 2 AND 8 P. M. 7f|f|
Door a Open One Hour Earlier, Admitting of a Visit to the Big  ��_ wj .J
13>0^^9T m* 13ECEI1/E1D
SELLS-FLOTO will Appear on Day and Date Advertised
IN ANY CIRCUS TRUST
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START AT PORT MANN.
t
C. N. F;. Preparing to Commence Con
struction Work Across River.
Toronto,  May  25.���The   middle    ot
June, if present plans are carried out,
should see I). I). Mann, vice-president
of the Canadian Northern railway, in
British   Columbia  directing    preparations for the starting of construction i
of that railway from Vancouver to the]
Yejlowhead  Pass,    it  is even possible
that  Mr. Mann will be able to leave
Toronto for tlie west during tlie flrst
week of J'iir\ in which event proceed.
lngs Incidental to tlie starting of work
will Ite more rapidly advanced.
According to the terms of its con-
11 act with the government of British
Columbia the Canadian Northern
agreed to start the building of its line
through the Pacific province not later
than July 1. 1910
Construction    operations    on    the
coast w'.ll be commenced on the south1
side of the Fraser river a short distance to the fast  of the government
bridge, wliich will he used by the Canadian   Northern  in     reaching    New
Westminster  and   Vancouver.    It    is
reported that  the  lirst   work to    be
done will be on land which it is said
will   be  lownsited   and   named   after
Mr. Mann.   This place will at the outset  of  construction    form  a  general
base from which  will be handled all
the   supplies  incidental   to  the  work
coast sections of the road.
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Must Be Sold Quickly
>
��� Two splendidly situated lots in  the new school block, Sapperton;
��� price $375 each;   $200 cash, balance  very easy.
��� The lots face down hill and command a splendid view and are far
��� below present values.
*
\ Miller & Jewhurst
��� Realty Brokers
J   Room 7 Thomson Block.    -   New Westminster, B. C.
��� a
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GENEROUS   PARLIAMENT.
11 visions oi   mt-
* j are required to t
���the   tax   purehas
to
1
owner
,
per f,';
  PHONE 473     *
VORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carline. ���
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.r mamitmmwmas*m*7**.
B '*J
ee
bui :
my "liif
3
and   lM
,4,000.00��
4,750.000
ef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
order that  publication of this
for thirty days in a dally newspaper I
published   in   New   Westminster   will i
be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated  at   the  Land  Registry Ollice,
New Westminster, l'rovince of Hritish
Columbia, this -'.'Ui day of March, A.
D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To David Miller. William A. MeCat-
lani, Angus Mclnnes. T. C. Stark. William Davis, Henry Fraser, Henry
Kells. Harold Ponsford, A len Spiers.
George Stone. Robert Lyness,
t (I. Cooper, .lohn Roberts,
llosklng,  Hugh  T. Crossley,
lunter
Margar
Richard
John 10.
Transvaal House Votes Itself Full Pay
For 16-Day Sitting.
London, May 25.���Some sharp comments have been made on a fine bit of j
political  graft   at   the  end of  the expired   Transvaal   government's  term
of ollice.   Premier Botha was about to j
dissolve  his  parliament  In  order  to'
make way lor tbe advent of the union
of South Afiic.i. The session had been
an extraord!.ia'-y one   lasting for sixteen days.    For this to eacli member
was due t'u sum of $10 for each work-
ing  day, plus  $50  for  the  whole,  ���y
i $210 altogeti.ri.   Tbo payment for an
ordinary sew'cil was $1500.
In a mood of daring benevolence to
, itseir.  the  p.iliainont  lias  voiel   full
I pay  for an inbnary session, at $1500
each, for thp memhers. Bul the second
.chamber contained    some    members
'Who refined to be parties to the Job
and protest a J against It on the ground
that   it  wis  a  case  of spending  the
public mofiev mi a manner contrary to
i the law     The governor withheld his
signature   from  the   warrant   and    an
interdict stopping the disbursement of
the money W'.is obtained provisionally
from th.' higi; court.
Everything will depend now. so far
as the members and their money are
concerned, upon tbe decision of the
court, touching the legality of the vote.
Are You Lookin;
For a Home ?
We have a new 5 roomed house on
Seventh Avenue. Commands a beautiful view of the Fraser and the Delta
Is close to the 12th Street Carline.
If you have $400, it will pay you to
call in and see us at once.
This is only a sample of the many
fine properties we are handling
****�� i   |       HBKHHI "ii i ,iiii
The Craig Realty Co
Room   8,   Thomson
Block.
New Westmlster,
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
WUS   &
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645  COLUMBIA STREET.
Bka   notice  that   I, Grace  Cn.ick-
lahank of Matsqui. B. C, farmer's wife,
r ,iw.  S    E.  corner  of    bctuon   -. ,
?LS_ south ono mllq; then west ono
"'tHe    north one mile;  then east
; I',;;1;'.Ju,   to U m of commence-
Lent; 040 acres.
RICH   COAL   STRIKE.
Victoria. Ma;'   25.���A seam of coal
eteht  feet  thick   has  been  struck  on ,
Tubo Island at 874 feet.   The proper y
is under option to A. B. Hetfbnm, of
Vancouver   from F, W   P��8ter,T.B>l
ITnll and .1   II. Savwarrt of this clt>.
The coal in character is Iden.ica
with that of the Nanal.no minejuani
bears out Dr. Dawson's COntAMon
that rich coal measures would re-
occur in the Islands of the Gulf. Al-
,-e.idy six coal claims have been
staked on Snturno Island.
Phone  629
B. C.
CITY
���Hours for   Irrigation���
The hours during which water may
be. used for irrigation in tlie city have
heen extended to'from (i: '.iti p. m. until 8:110 p. tn, until further notice, i
By order
W, A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, May 18, 1010.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
NOTICE.
Matsqui
OUACrc CRDTCKSHANK,
April   18,  1910.
The nulillc is  hereby  notiM that
^^^^^^^^^_ - , , .-   . -,     ,.,������, h,0 mriRtor nor owner of tne
Botha's Cabinet Complete 1""  '        ^ "���� J.,iU,cchen will Q
tape    Town.     May    2B^-Premler tojjggj for 'any debts contracted
Botha has provisionally completed his y��g��SSrt�� of the crew,
cabinet and the names wlll be   an- Dy any ^  ^ TORNQVIST. Master,
nounce.l on May 31-
Re Lots number 14  and  15,  Block
4, New Westminster suburbs.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of Title Number (1002 A, issue-d
in the name of Eustace Alvauley Jennsi
las been filed in this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,;
tt the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof,
ih a daily newspaper publisli. d in the;
City of New Westminster, issue a dup-1
licate of the said certificate, unless in'
the meantime valid objection be mude
fc me In writing.
C. 3. KRITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Ofl\cq, New Westm'nr
ster, B.C., May 12, 1910.
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SC3EEM DOGKS
and WINDOWS
All   Sizes   and   Prices
Call and  See Our  Stock
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Lusby
Miss Jessie Maclachan, or as sh" Is Archibald   J.   S.  Barnes,   who   v.-
in real   life,   Mis.   Robe I   Buchanan, taken   ill   with   typhoid   fever  a  few
scored a   gn it    triumph    last    nl ���     ������ a    . died yesterday morning at
when   she        ea     I   hi re   u d r   i1 e the   R 13. I   Columl Ian   hopsital.     He
ol    l    ���    .'    -   itland. leaves a   mo her   living  hei e   and   ...
Her         Ing wa        lendid     1 Deo ase 1 was a member of
cienl  fair}   lullaby, "A Golden Cradle I      lo                of the Fratei nai (I ���
Hold    Thee,"   ber  first  numbe . of Eagles  and  that   body   will   have
fjp      bl              mi        appi       ted,   al- chari    1    the funeral, which will take
��                   11    1        offerings    brou lace  on   V. i laj   afternoon   from \
��� Iheai                          Miss   Viae! esidence of his uncle, 11. Schofleld.
Jicom]                 nol   far be           er i . _,,.:,      .      _. _
51,            nd the thei                 of N v. '       Bohemian  Cafe will  in  future
��� |w,             er will lonj  have kindlj  n - '"'  '"���""���  ::il   ni ht-    Special  arrange.
mer'     aces ol  Craighall Sh rry, Bar- ���ents for private parties.
naby   Nelson   and   Robert"   Buchanan, nnHll_.   jg   hPre_how   about   thost
COLUMBIA STREET.
Spring
2\'elson   and   llbb'ert   Buc 1
i!l  ; ldiH��Lt0  f! ' I      '���'-��������������� plains   for   the   gardbn? Tidy,   th.
';i! roe oi -'lws Maclachlan sbus- Florlst   ,,,,,  guI1 t T in an
��� ad, Is ; Is 1 a 1 omj eteni  pianisi and thing i:i that line *. '
���
ible ; iur ���        1    nts     It is tha
J. 1). Kennedy, of this city, hae
plied for a wai ir record of 3.99 cub!
cheerful,   harmonious   atmosphere  of fee(    t0  be  taken  trora  A1]en  Cm
Royal Cafe 1 ,           ... ,n  Ptt1  Lal<
'':;"       '              the 1 ,.   .       ��� to be 1 sed   fbr   hydra
food   ind        rice.  The artistic de   ira
������a��**������^��>*':!"*<*'c*v',-",>***^<:>c' fill soo
your   nerves,   raise  youi                and F   '  .    Ing   plants  or cut   flowers.
satisfj   yo        ppi   :: ��� :.;  om   and  : :      ie Davies'Greenhouse. R208.     *
s mi   time,   i dne hei e tonight  There
will  be music from 6 to S and from See Fales for Bed Lounges.    Guar-
11 till  11:30.   The Royal Cafe is open anteed       ids al   prices cheaper  than
day and night.                                 **     :l!ie cheapest. **
Look at my advertisement of today. The Westminster University club is
be    whai    you   want.     P. making arrangements to dl e the mem
** bers of the   Universitj   Site commis-
^^^^^^^B ! sion  when  they  arrive at the  coasl
The regular meeting of the board of some time within the next few weeks.'
trade, which was postponed from last
EE^iEis^i^Em
They are  the prettiest we  have ever nau���exquh
sign ami coloring���charming  flower-strewn   effe
convi ntional  1 atterns.
Qualities  are  excellent���they will bear the *
le, , and  bear ll   well.   Yet,   withal,  prici s an   1
extreme.
Materials for a complete   spring   outfit   of   1
wear-things  can  be chosen from these selections wit
economy.
Sheer  and  heavii r  textures, dark and delii
amplj   repre;  nted.     Frocks for the children I
or   in  school,   dre   1     for the woman to wi ar ah
tasks, daintj   afte noon gowns, wai
dred and one washable garments for   ��hlch
bi lnj s such urgent m e 1 can  l e fashli ned froi
You  are   especially   invited  to  inspect the  new rr
mer  suitings, cotton shantungs   and   mercerized   f, .
smart
1   wash
able
and
,
T1,-e Westminster Modern
business Sch
A business education should be pur-111    may
chase.! once: then fore you wan to bi Pe bli s,
practically Instructed in the branches
which are used in every day business
life, and at a minimum cost. Not only
do our students get the best to bi
obtained but also the benefits of our
efforts  in securing positions.
REMEMBER. WE ARE OPEN  FOR
DAY SESSIONS THE ENTIRE YEAR.
A. L. BOUCK,
610    Columbia    St. Principal.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Thursday" on account' ofThe 'deattTof I A payment of $25 procures a lot In
His Majesty King Edward VIL, will Sou,h Westminster from Hale Bros
be hell tonight ! & Kennedy,  Ltd.    These lots aro in
; great demand. **
The proper place to dine is at the I ���        .
! Bohemian   Cafe.   Depot   Hotel   block.!     Fo>"   Geraniums.    Dahlias    and    all
'The best of everything. **      kinds of Spring Bedding Plants phone
Davis' Greenhouse.  R 2i 3, **
Workmen   are     renewing     the   old ! ,  ,
tower on Holy Trinity cathedral. This      The cas�� at��a,n8t  Dedul>  '"' arson-
'work was recommended by the church whlch was laid over from the las< as
wardens in their annual report. size, has    been    withdrawn    by the
I crown.
1  handle every trunk as if it  held I , ,   . , ,
I a   stick   of   dynamite.    Wm.   Medley. I    For a Pleasant cool  drink, try the
At 10c per yard
Hea\ y muslin:  1; I |
floral     ami     con di signs,
stripes and spots.    Special this week
At 15c per yard
I [undi eds of pattei ns of dainty din i
t les,   corded    muslins,   sp d   mi
bar     muslins,     fancy     ze\
ginghams and our well known '
o-bi it"  Engli h prints and Can
ducks.
At 20c per yard
,Ia; nni       crepon, English
er, Amei lei n  percal   , fani
fine   ci irded     dlmi      .1  dlan   hc n
drills, du Indo llnei
At 35c per yard
i ���       ��� repp,   Be]
foulard   popllnette In  all   Hi
���   .      . ind I
son.
Special Trimmings For Wash Gooc
Little  things   most  appropriate and  necessary   in  the finishing ol thi   Bummer ci
White   Cotton   Scutache  Braid���Per   dozen  to 2.
Colored  Mercerized  Soutache���in   Bhades  to  match   mosl   �� en	
Co'ored   Buttons���Washable kinds;   three sizes  In   washable bu tons,  suit ibli
di ��� ssi s.
ICall 664 nights or 4:1 days
Gold Watcaes for Ladiss from \)iZ.ll
up.
Silver Watches,    gents'
16.00.
Silver Watches,  gents' op��u   case.
17.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Klgtr,
Watches.
Watch rppalring a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
The  stock    of    footwear   formerly
owned  by  Robert  Stevenson, and  reopen face I cently acquired by the Eastern Sales
j company, will be placed on sale toda;. .
To   Furnish   an  Office,
Fales.
see
W.   E.
��*
I Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. *
Anything in  our lino  10  to  20  per 1
cent,  saved   for   you.    Fales.        **
1
In the  city  police court  yesterday
morning W. Geary, a Vancouver auto-
.-. is charged with speeding on the
I Xew Westminster   bri Igei    The   case
I was  adjourned   till   Saturday.
1300 Yards of Lace���5c per yard
Special values obtainable al the lace counter;  odds and ends i al greatly red
chons, valenciennes, Maltese, etc.,  in  widths  rangin    I    mi   to 10 pi    yard;  to cle i
A   large  number  of  the  local  Sons
of England  will  go to Vancouver on j announce that   they
Sunday  to attend the annual church Saturday    evenings
parade of that organization.    A  Brit- j o'clock.
oa r
The  Northern  Crown Bank  beg to
will  be open  on
from    7    till    9
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
,H
Simmers' "Toronto Parks
Lawn Grass
Seed
is the Best. What
is the sense of sowing inferior seed
We protect our customers by destroying all old seed.
Spectacles 50 cents up
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Model Bak@sry
H. C. Mark & Sens
Cor. Fourth Ave. and Second St.
Manufacturers of the bread
i hat is 11 akin. N< w Wi si minster famous. Also choice cakes,
cookies and candl s. Oui obli ���-
inn drivers will be more than
please I to call.    Phone 435.
HKHl
ish Columbia Electric Railway car has
bi en chartered, on which all members
and friends will make the trip free
of cost.
'i Oliver Ty] i ril \'-- ncy at
746 Columbia street Is being constantly asked for stenogi ip ��� You
can learn tiie Oliver at home. Sev n-
cents a d ��� - for it. See Helton E, Sands and ask him to tell you
all about it. **
The  city  polii e    have  once  agi In
;: :     I the ban i      sli     i achines, a
r of thes    c iin si parators having  been  ordered  out of public bars
yesterday.
Some men transfer their affections
but 1 transfer baggage, express and
l ousehold goods. Call 664 days or 421
nights.    Wm.  Medley. **
Get the habit, pmoke "Solo Special"
cig trs, 1 avana filled.
Henry T. Thrift, of Surrey, has ap-
plii I for a watt r r< c< ".1 of ~:v i i: le
inches, to be taken from some sprines
on the northeast quarter of section 10
township 1, the water to be used for
domestic purposes.
Until further notice the Bank of
Montreal. Xcv Westminster, will be
open for business Saturday evenings
from T to 'J o'clock.
A water record of five cubic feet, to
lie taken from a small  stream in sec-!
tion   20,   lias    been    applied   for  bj
Jami s A. McNalr and Thomas A. Ham-!
ill on.   of   Hillcrest, the   water   to   be |
used for hydraulic purposes.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
-��ai^':^^*:--^ii '&?*.&'&
imMS^TJZMMizzni: ^
.323
ITS BANK
South Westminster property Is
handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy.
Ltd.   Call in and see them, and they
R. Burder. who has been spending j
the past few wi eks in Calgary, re-1
turned home yesterday. , . ...
i will put before you some good things
Delicious   food   and   pleasant    sur
I'oiindings, combined with perfect ser
vice are the essential  points we rely ' TIGHTS AND SHORT SKIRTS
upon   to   make   our   dining   room  the ARE   BARRED  ON   BILLBOARDS
most,   popular  in   tlie  city.     Iiine   at 	
tlie Central Hotel Cafe today. *���      clnclnnati|   May  25.���"The  abbrevi-
At the opening of court yeste day ated Bklrts and u��htB In"st ���"> fr'"n
morning Judge Clement, in his ad-1the billboards. We'll go further than
dress to the grand jury, intimated' that���we will not print anything
thai the grand jury Bystem had prac- whlch a reputable newspaper or maga-
tically outlived its usefulness in re- zine wo,lkl ��5Ject." This was the
spec! to civil matters declaration bere today of Clarence B.
Runey, secretary of the International
Tlie aroma of "Solo Special" cigars Poster Printers' Association of the
is delicious;  try  them, **   l'nited States and Canada.
Four  Doors   Easl   of
Montreal
SEE US
In Our Xew Quarters in the
DEANE BLOC!
Hank   of
We Have Just Received r FreBh
Slock of Popham's Chocolates
T. A.
iii).
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Columbia St.   New Westminster.
10 Acres extra good land, 3
acres cleared; seven roomed
house, bath and pantry, hot
and cold water. One mile
from electric tram. Price
$3500. Terms, $500, balance
easy terms.
APPLY TO
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
Head Office: Montreal, Quebec.
Established, 1864
Capital Paid Up,���$6,000,000
Reserve Funds���$4,600,000
Total Assets (over) $66,000,000
This institution is one of the oldest, large: t and 11 st known bai ks doing
business in Canada. Having 145 Branches from Quebec to Victoria and
most satisfactory arrangements at all other points, it has exceptional c< llect-
ing and exchange facilities.
t
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
We give special attention to Savings Accounts. You may start an account with $1.00, interest allowed at highest bank rate, and added twice a
year without application or presentation of pass book. No delay in with"
drawals. Two or more persons may open a joint account, and withdraw it
by individual cheque.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENING, 7 TO 9 O'CLOCK
For the convenience of our customers and to give the working man an
opportunity of depositing his savings, this ofiice will be open for business on
Saturday evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock.
We will be glad to have the public call and inspect our new office.
New Westminster Branch        -       -        H. C. Adams, Manager
THE        DAILY        NEWS
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