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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Ilume
5, NUMBER 94.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. MONDAY   MORNING,  MAY  0, 1910.
EIGHT PACKS.
PRICE FIV,
1NTS.
\ Of UNKNOWN IS
���p IN SMALL CREEK
e Had Evidently Been
I Water Several Weeks
Io Clue to Identity.
A___fcknown man was found dead
An^|1   | creeh bach of the asylum
L Saturday afternoon,    He had
ly been In the water for some
:i, he was badly decomposed
I , i    there was  no  mark  of
.,,���! in his clothes were no
or articles of any   kind   thai
.:,,1 to his identity.
,���lv was broughl to New West
and taken to the undertaking
, i Murchie & Son,    Up to late
|i .1,1   the  police  had   nol   he< n
Ij  notified of the finding of the
���ami had made no Investigations
toward   luHiiv '������:��� ���'���' " >' ">'���'���''"'' '���''
Xhe  ImM--,  on   :h-.-"MIiI   of  '1"'   leil'-'ll
Of tlie   it    has   1 "   exposed   to   the
weathet v-e'ihl hanlU hc lerui-:,!/
able, Blile-s hy alt in'im: '������ He "t\.
The'cOl'Iise is ahout five feet eight
or nine indies in heiuht and appears
to have a   s.uidy  cninplexion.
There ice :���.������ > !������"������< ��hn |,;ni' '"""
mlSSilig    I'elH     'his     V I'-il  !"���     f"l'    Se	
tin* Ore i, !���:. I', inn > v.h,, is .-nil-
posed' ��o  !���-���>'���'���  ''lM,n  "���   ,!"'  Eraser
river hi '':-���>��� I' ���''��� ���'''' *'������ <������ the case
It .COal'1    :; :*    I" ������'   ihi'.     ho    he.    as    the
as  found   some  distance   from
|er. but although there Is strong
stantial   evidence   that   Darcy
the bridge,  there  is. no con-
proof.
I man who It Is much more liable
t0:'��B is  Oscar  Swanson.   who  disap-
frnin   his   home   on   the   Pitt
.us over a month ago.   The ap-
ce of the bodv woui.i seem to
e that il was that' of a younger
an Swanson wns known to be,
im the conditions of  the  re-
It Is hard to arrive at any con-
*\. ahout the age.
probable thnt nn inquest will
ihi some time this morning and
Ij  ���'">' may be cleared up.
TWI) SHALL FIRES LIVE
SUNDAY WORK TO BRIGADE
Damage   to   H.   C.   Mark's   Residence
Will   Not   Exceed   Thirty   Dollars.
Bush   Fire  Easily  Mastered.
For flu- first time In several weeks
the fire brigade had a busy day yesterday, two small outbreaks necessitating their attendance, Tho first
blaze happened al the residence of ll.
c. Mark. 201 Fourth avenue, the alarm
being senl in from Box ul shortly after two o'clock, The flames were confined to one room, an.l the damage
will not exc ! twenty or thirty dollars.   Halls No. 2 ami 3 attended.
Before the men bad returned to
their quarters a call came in from
Box 9, to which Hall No. l responded.
While on the way out, however, this
Bectlon of the brigade was met by
the men who had heen lighting thei
Fourth avenue tiie, whereupon Chief'
Watson sent back the No. 1 men and
directed the others to proceed to
Twelfth street and Fifth avenue,
where a bush lire was raging. This
was mastered without much difficulty.
Throughout the Wide Expanse of Empire  on Which  the
Sun Never Sets, Drapings of Purple and Black Are
Outward Sign? cf Heartfelt Sorrow and Grief
SAFETY OF LOVED ONES
DROWNING MAN'S CONCERN
"Don't   Mind   Me,   Save   My  Wife   and
Child,"  shouts   Military   Man
as   He   Sinks.
Robert Cuttin Dead.
Vork,   May   S.���Word   was   r"-
here last night of the death In
yesterday of Robert  I . Cut-
KIRS AND POOS
IliULD QUIT IF NOT PAID
lr of James J.  Jeffries  Does  Not
Ifend  Prizefighting,   but   Condemns   Hypocrisy.
Halifax. X. S., May 8.���Colonel R. J.
Gregg, of N'o. 1. company, R. C. G.,
commander of Fort Clarence, on the
east ern side of Halifax harbor, was
drowned this afternoon, and six others
who were in the boat with him had
a narrow escape. Two of them may
yet die as a result.
They had just left the pier at the
fort when s gust of wind capsized thi ii
boat. Two of tbe party were Mrs.
Gregg and her infant daughter.
Gregg shouted to two of the soldiers,
who were also in the boat:
"Don't mind me; save my wife and
child."
They managed to do this, but Gregg
pei Ished.
MAYOR GAYNOR SUCCEEDS
IN CLOSING UP NEW YORK
���-.  May S.--".lames hates
flsy.    I  hope  to see  him  knock
III  liars," said  the   Rev.   A.  C.
holier of .lames .1. Jeffries,
lln announcing that he was not
ppathy with the attempt of Call-
ministers to stop the tight  set
I
away  money."  ho  continued,
leave only the glory there is in
p from  paid fighters  and  paid
is  and we would have fewer
'       Indeed,  many   voices   now
gainst  the tight  would be st-
l  am   not  defending   prise-
t':-. but l am condemning hypoc-
New York, May 8.���Although unofficial estimates of the worth of Mayor
Gaynor's plan for enforcing tbe liquor
I 'ws 'in Siinda' have varied. Frederick
W. Stelle, of the state excise depart-1
ment, thinks that saloonkeepers arc
more law abiding than at any time
In nearly fifteen years, and that the
city is "dryer'" than at any time In
that period. In a letter addressed to
the mayor, Mr. Stelle says:
"i want you to know that a number of our special agents bave reported to me that never in their experience, since the liquor tax law was
enacted in 1896, bave they seen such
,n effort to comply with the law on
the part of tho liquor dealers as in
the last two Sundays."
NEW   BLOCK.
If
and
comn
���tre��t,
<!.A.y
ctothli,
' extension to the
bring  the  front
'    Structure    on    Sixth
Clarkson  Streets.
��ments  have   recently   boon
-��������� vi     ''"' the building of a four-
2*th        ,, '"''   ������'"������������       [:"'��'K   '">
?ixtt ,"'. KT '-' " '��� "m di awn
iLS***, .,,M'i,:'   :'"''-'   *"���> has
provided ior a lutiin
bulldln   ��i,i,-i,  u
of m structure on to Columbia
on the site now occupied by
eish s grocery and \v. T Raid's
[ Btore- This will not lake
"' BOme time, however, as both
"v  1"'lil  on  fairly  lone,   leases
tenants arc by no means anx-
vacate.
C P. R. Promotions.
'���'Peg    May   S.-A.niouncement
'   "   ��day by the second vice
'". "' "'" C, P,  R. that  B. J
Private secretary to G. .]. Bury,
��' manager  had been appointed
,'k '", Mr, Rury, succeeding
'",. ;''��� w'io has bee,, trans-
Vi       gary a* asslstanl super-
jPERANCE  FORCES TO
FOREGATHER  IN  GLASGOW
[���WW, May 8,-Mrs. L. M. T. Ste-
' l;1":'1 ei" nf the National Won,-
i" isi I;,,, Temperance Union of
jvuiied Slates, will preside at the
ChH �� ng of the W(,rlll'�� Worn-
( ' Minn Temperance union con-
.j '" s'- Andrew's hull   Tuno 7.
Unit! i"c"��  ,,pP''esentatlve8  from
.      "" htatos, Canada, Australia.
��� ''* Zealand and South Africa
DEMISE  OF   KING   MEANS
MILLIONS TO  INSURANCE  MEN
London, May S.���Several million
pounds sterling of insurance on the
life of King Fdward will h ��� paid by
Lloyds and other companies. As late
as the afternoon before his death the
risk was accepted with 65 guineas per
eent.
When the late monarch was operated upon for appendicitis the Insurance
companies demanded 80 guineas per
cent,
The promoters of many exhibitions,
and uiaii> merchants who are likely
to Incur loss through the death of the
king, make a practice of carrying Insurance on his life.
'QUEEN OF  ROUMANIA  MAY
VISIT   PACIFIC   COAST
Portland, May 8,���Queen Elizabeth
of Rounmunia may visit Portland and
the Pacific coast this summer at the
conclusion of the meeting of the International Esperanto congress, which
will convene iu Washington on August.
14 for a week's session. A formal invitation to visit the const will be
extended to the queen, who is also
a well known writer, hy the local
Esneranto society and the Harrlman
railroad.
Leaders of the society here today
)-iM lt Is practically assured that
Queen Elizabeth will accept the Invitation to visit the Pacific coast. Queen
Elizabeth is an enthusiastic Esper-
antolst. and she will come to America
primarily for the purpose of attending
the congress.
Montreal, May 8.���Flags are displayed on all the public buildings and
on thousands of other buildings
throughout Montreal rs a mark of sorrow for the death of the ki:,u and a
number of bull lings are alien ly
draped   In   mourning.    Owing  to  the
king's death it was decided to cancel
the horse show, which was to have
heen opened on Tuesday, despite the
great loss and inconvenience it will
entail.
Memorial services were held in
many of the city churches today and
were deeply impressive.
On Saturday morning the great bell
of Notre Dame church and the bells of
all the Catholic churches in the city
were tolled, and on the day of the
funeral a solemn service will be held
in the Roman CathoSc cathedral,
where Archbishop Archbuse will orate.
The Jewish congregation of the city
held a united service in memory of
the late king today in the central
synagogue. There was a large attendance and all present seemed to be
profoundly impressed. During the
chants tbe sacred Arc of the Covenant
was taken out In honor of the dead
king, a ceremony that is only performed on the day of atonement. It
was announced that the Jewish community would go into mourning for
thirty days.
Re-Swearing in Winnipeg.
Winnipeg, May 8.���Memorial services for the king were held in all
Winnipeg churches today. Flags are
flying at half mast on all large buildings. The department stores are
draped in mourning.
In the absence of Lieutenant Governor McMillan, Chief Justice Howell
was re-sworn as administrator of the
province. Attorney General Colin
Campbell, who is the only provincial
minister in the city, was sworn in as
acting premier. Acting Mayor Harvey
will proclaim a general holiday on the
day of the king's funeral.
"A   Personal   Loss"���Choate.
New York, May S.���"With the sorrow 1 feel at the death of a monarch
who ruled his own dominions well and
exercised an influence for good
throughout Europe, this comes to me
as a sense of personal loss in the
passing away of King Fdward." said
Hon. Joseph H. Choate, former American ambassador to England.
"As a man he was even more interesting than as a monarch and that is
saying a great deal, for no king ever
was more sincerely loved by his own
subjects or more admired by the people of other nations.
"As a man he was Intensely human,
and when he put off his royalty, as he
was delighted to do when the opportunity offered and meet the people in
an atmosphere more free than that of
the court he was one of the most
charming of men."
"A    Prince   of   Peace."
New York, May 8.���"King Edward
was a prince of peace an.l his reign
has been influential in preserving the
peace of Europe," said Admiral George
Dewey, when asked what effect In his
opinion the king's death would have
upon international politics.
Admiral Dewey is one of tbe honorary presidents of the American Peace
and Arbitration league.
"That to me," he continued, "Is one
of the chief reasons for regretting his
death at this time as a cause for
world-wide sorrow. He was a man of
great diplomacy, and this was supplemented by a personal charm that enabled him to carry liis point when his
aim was to smooth out difficulties, lie
was confronted with some very serious
problems in his own kingdom in his
last days and he had shown much wls-
.lom in his attitude concerning them.
That they should have remained unsettled when his end came adds to the
sorrow of the event for England. As
of the world's problems It is probable
that the beneficial acts of what he has
done as ono of the workers for uni-
versal peace will long survive him."
Laird of Ski bo Sorrows.
London. May S.���The news of King
Edward's death was sent by wireless
to Andrew Carnegie, who Is on hoard
fhe White Star liner Adriatic, board
for England,    Mr. Carnegie sent this
ZEPPELIN GtTS PLA1ITS
AT POLAR PEARY'S LECTURE
REFERENCE 10 Dt\
IN LOCAL CHUM
>
Germans Glad to Hear Northern Traveller Speak, but Daring Aviator Tact    and     PeaCefulneSS    of
Late Monarch Referred to
Is   Their   Hero.
NEWSPAPER  PROPRIETOR
DIES   OF   APOPLEXY
N
PC
te
.''led      ,
I speak.
* convention proper wlll open In
,'"""" Of Juno 7, an.l will be
pldent,
by   the   Internntlonil
the   Countess   of   Carlisle,
1 '/'tenia!  delegates  will  be  re-
;("�� I'tty national temperance
Philanthropic societies.
Kingston, May 8,���Yesterday afternoon E, J. Pense, proprietor of the
Whig newspaper, was stricken with
apoplexy ln his garden and died soon
afterward.    He was aged sixty-one.
In 1872 he succeeded llis grandfather
ns proprietor  of  The Whig,  conducting It with great ability.    He was an
Anglican.   A widow, one son and four
(daughters survive him.
pi       ;e   to   friends  In   London   by
win less:
"I am profoundly grieved by the
.'.��� - < ' the di ath of the king. 1
ku.uv ot no man who could be so illy
spared. He was a consistent friend
of peace. It is impossible at this time
to est,ii ate the value of his Influence
in minimizing the war spirit among
thi- nations of the world and in educating the pul. lie opinion of Europe
to the necessity for international
peace-. ���
"I would not care to venture an opinion now on the effect of his death on
the peace of the woi Id."
To  Know Was to  Love.
London. May 8.��� The Duchess of
Marlborough, in discussing the demise of King Edward with one of
her guests, remarked:
"King Edward was a man of such
shining qualities that he would have
ranked as the first gentleman in the
land had he not been king. His social tact ,his intuitive diplomacy and
his kindness were marked. He was
broad-minded and catholic in his
tastes. To know him was to love,
admire  and   respect   him."
Extol   King's   Influence.
Madrid. May 8.���All of the Spanish
papers today devote much space to
the death of King Edward, extolling
especially his influence in favor Of
peace.
The Liberal says: "The man who
was considered frivolous as a prince
was a working monarch of Infinite
tact, who devoted himself body and
soul to his mission as chief of state."
Sympathy From Pontiff.
Rome, May 8.���The morning papers
spread the news Of King Edward's
death, causing a deep impression
throughout the kingdom. The pope
has telegraphed his condolence, as
have the premier and the minister
of foreign affairs.
France's   Sympathy.
Pi ris. May 8.���Nowhere In Europe
has the passing of King Edward created deeper emotion than in France,
where he was gratefully acknowledged as the principal artist in a
diplomatic way for the preservation
of tbe peace of Europe. The French
government intends to express its
grief  in   a  most   marked   fashion.
President Fallieres today telegraphed King George as follows: "I
learn with emotion of the death of
your beloved father. The French
government and the French people
will regret profoundly the demist- of
the august sovereign, who upon so
many occasions has given them evidence of his sincere friendship, and
associate themselves fully in the great
grief wliich ids unexpected death
brings to you, the royal family and
the entire British empire. It ls with
a heart full of sadness that I ask your
royal highness to accept my personal
condolences, those of the French government and of all France."
May Curtail  Roosevelt's Program.
Berlin, May 8���David Hill, the Unite.! States ambasador, has received a
! telegram from Mr. Roosevelt asking
; him to express to tbe emperor his
sympathies In the death of King Edward, and suggesting that it may be
hest to modify the program as arranged for his entertainment in Berlin.
Japan  in  Sorrow.
Tokio, May 8���The death of King
Edward has cast a gloom over the
nation In which profound sympathy Is
felt for the British court and empire. Japan, as Great Britain's ally,
teels the loss? most keenly. The ball
of Bllnce ,\saki| planned for th}s
evening, has heen postponed and all
public functions have been suspended,
li is confidently believed that the demise of the British monarch will not
affect the alliance Of the two countries.
The press Is unanimous in Its expression of grief and in declaring that
the death of King Edward is a severe loss not only to Great Britain
hut to the cause of reace and humanity throughout the world. Tomorrow's
papers will be blaekbordered and will
devote columns to eulogizing King
Edward and his success in advancing
the cause of International peace.
Bei Iin, May 8.���Robert E. Peary
gave his polar lecture at the Casino
tonight under the auspices of the Berlin Geographical society. About 2 000
persons were present,
Professor Alhreeht Henock, president of the society. Introduced the
commander, expressing regrets on behalf of the emperor and the imperii 1
chancellor that they were unable to
be present.
Ile greeted, among other dlstln-
gulshed men present, Count Zeppelin,
upon the mention of whose name the
greatest ovation of the evening occurred. Comman.'.er Peary was warmly welcomed, but the conqueror of the
North Pole was unable to vie with
the conqueror of the air with the patriotic German audience.
From Many Pulpits.
DEAD KING ACCUSED OE
DEFRAUDING THE NATION
Socialist     Leader     Publishes     Letter
Charging Leopold of Belgium With
Giving  Baroness $6,000,000.
Brussells. May 8.���M. Vandervelde,
the socialist leader In the chamber of
deputies, charged in an open letter,
published yesterday, that on the day
before he was operated on, tbe lete
King Leopold turned over to Baroness
Vaughan $0,000,000 worth of Congo
bonds, which could not be found when
the Congo was annexed to Belgium.
FIGHT AGAINST AWARD.
Railway     Company    Asks     Supreme
Court for Redress.
Ottawa,   May   8.���In  the    supreme
court   in   McLeod   vs.   Sawyer-.Massey
cocnany the argument was concluded
yesterday and judgment reserved.  It
was  announced  that  the  hearing  of
appeals   on   the   maritime   provinces'
list  would  not  be  taken up    before
I Monday, May it",.
I    The hearing was then begun in the
Calgary   &   Edmonton   Railway   com-
1 pany   vs.   MacKinnon.    The  company
| appeals from the judgment of the su-
jpreme court of Alberta setting aside
an  award    of    arbitrators    allowing
|2090 for two lots expropriated    for
railway   purposes  at  Strathcona   and
I fixing tlie commission to be allowed
,to the respondent at $4700.    The appellants   ask   to   have     the     original
! award restored on the ground that the
court   below   entirely   misunderstood
I the   circumstances  and the  evidence
lon which the majority of the arbitrators proceeded and that rightly    construed the award should not have been
dlaturiii .1
In almost every church in the city
yesterday some reference was made
to the death of King Edward the
Seventh, and in most of them th<> music was appropriate to tlie occasion.
In Holy Trinity cathedral In tbe
morning, Rev. Canon d'Easum took
as the subject of a discourse the life
and death of the late king. He gave
a short resume of his can i r aad
pointed out the duty of every British
subject as a citizen of the great empire, especially on occasions such as
these. The dead march from "Saul"
was played at the close of both the
morning and evening services. In the
evening, "God Save the King" was
sung and Kipling's "Recessional" was
one of the hymns chosen.
At. St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal
church, both morning and slirdlu hrd
church, both evening and morning
services included sermons on the king
by Rev. A. D^B. Owen. The church
was decorated in the black and purple of royal mourning and "God Save
the King" was sung at both services.
At St. Andrew's Presbyterian
church last nleht, Rev. J. S. Henderson, prior to his usual address, made
touching references to the death of
the sovereign. He spoke of his tact
and kindness to his people, and of
tbe power he carried as a king among
other nations, pointing out that his
diplomacy and influence was always
used towards the preservation of
peace amon? the great powers of the
world. He asked for the prayers of
the people for the new king.
During the service a special quar-
teet sang Tennyson's "Crossing the
Bar," and "God Save the King" was
sung as the closing doxology. As the
congregation retired the organist
played Beethoven's funeral march.
Rev. Dr. T. Wardlaw Taylor, in St.
Stephen's church, also spoke on the
late king, praising him for his uni-
i versa! tolerance and tact, and praying that the new king prove as worthy.
In other churches in the city the
; death of the king was mentioned with
. feeling. ���
PREMIER MURRAY HAS
CHANCES OF RECOVERY
Leg    Amputated    on    Saturday    Was
Found to Be Gangrenous���Patient
Progressing  Favorably.
English Imports Increase.
London. .May 8.���The board of trade
returns for the montli of April show
an Increase in imports of 10.3Sl.fi00
pounds and an Increase In the exports
of 6.333.T00 pounds. The principal increase in the imports was raw material, of which 2,000,000 pounds u s
American cotton and 4,000,000 In rubber. The exports were principally
manufactured goods.
Halifax, N. S., May 8.���Amputation
was performed on tbe left leg of Premier Murray on Saturday close to the
joint above the knee. Tonight Mr.
Murray's condition is reported satisfactory and the physicians say this
is the best day he has spent since
entering  the  hospital.
The temperature is normal and he
has been taking nourishment all day.
An examination showed troubus of
| the  artery,   or  that  a clot  of  blood
had formed, stopping the circulation.
I The leg was found to he gangrenous.
j The premier's chances of recovery are
good.
SAYS HYGIENIC KISS
IS   FILTERED   BLISS
New York, May S.���Announcement
ls made that at a bazaar to be In Id by
the National Pharmaceutical society,
an organization of reglst red drug
clerks at P-ilm Garden Lexington avenue and Fifty-eighth street, there will
he frequent demonstration of "the
hygienic   kiss."
This kiss ls distinguished from the
other kisses by the fact that in addition to the usual cast of characters,
tbe kisser and the kissee, there is
used In the hygienic kiss a device consisting of a bit of disinfected silk
gauze In an ivory frame.
This piece of excess baggage Is the
invention of a German chemist. It
is his theory that persons who wont
to kiss will feel safer If they kiss
through this machine, which he *'' "'"s
will cause a marked decrease In the
number of cases of croup, whoouh'jj
cough, etc. He thinks so well ef his
Invention that he wlll kiss all : ppli-
cants at the bazaar.
SAILOR BUFFETED BETWEEN
B. C. AND WASHINGTON
Port Townsend, May 8.���A sailor
discharged from the British ship Elginshire without passing the examination required for admittance by the
Immigration authorities, was rounded
up this morning and upon his plea
that he wanted to go to Victoria
where he coul 1 ship on a British vessel he was placed aboard the Princess
Victoria.
Upon arrival at Victoria the authorities at that port refused to allow him
to land, notwithstanding he says he
is a British subject.
He will probably be landed at Seattle on the return of the Princess
Victoria to  that   porl.
Churches Throughout the Kingdom
Referred to Death of Monarch
London, May 8.���The services in all
the churches throughout the United
Kingdom today made special reference to the death of King Edward.
The sermons all dealt with the nation's grief and the music wns such
as Is customary at funeral services.
Immense crowds attempted to obtain entrance to St. Paul's and Westminster abbey, but. only a small fraction was admitted.
One of the simplest observances
took place ln the chapel royal ln
Buckingham palace, where the royal
family, with the members of the late
king's household, worshipped this
morning.
Queen Alexandra, King George.
Princess Mary, the three young princesses and Princess Victoria, who lvs
been her mother's constant companion, attended. Queen Alexandra requested that tbo services be brief.
Canon Sheppard, suhdean of the
chapel royal, officiated. Two hymns
only were sung, "The Resurrection
Morn" and "Peace, Perfect Peace."
Both were Queen Alexandra's selections. The organist played Tschalkov-
sky's funeral march before the service
and Chopin's funeral march at its end.
$10,000 HEN BOASTS
GUARD OF  FIVE
MEN
BUSH   FIRES.
Manitoba Is Visited bv Costly Elazes
Near Dauphin.
Dauphin, Man.. May 8.���Bush fires
are causing considerable damage along
the Canadian Northern railway north
of here. The railway bridge between
Baden and Burrows has been destroyed. Much valuable timber Is being consumed.
Stockton, Cal., May 8.���Peggy, a
hen the owner values nt $10,000 will
be the big feature of the first poultry
show of the San Joaquin Poultry association. This famous hen ls the property of a stock farm near Kansas
City and is of the crystal Orpington
breed.
She has created a sensation wherever shown and Is attended bv five
liveried guards wherever she is
shown.
At the last show she was ordered
from the showroom for blockadln . the
aisles. She was then moved to a store
window and was ordered out of the
city, as the crowds about the window
hindered the traffic of the streets.
Incendiary Fire  Suspected.
Prince Albert, May 8.���What is believed  to  be  an  Incendiary   fire destroyed tbe stable of the Prince Albert
Turf club on Saturday evening.
Purple and Black Draping.
St. John. N. B., May 8.���The nation's
sorrow In King Edward's death found
expression ln the churches today In
pulpit references. In the sombre draping of the interior of a number of the
j churches and In special musical services held.
I Flags fly at half mast everywhere,
store windows are draped ln black and
purple and a beginning has been made
In the draping of th�� exterior of some
of the public buildings.
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.HE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, MAY 9, 1910
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
WANTED���GIRL TO ASSIST IN
general housework. Apply Toll Agues street.
WANTED���A THIRD CLASS ENG1-
neer for sawmill. Unmarried man
preferred. Apply D. B. Hall, Chilliwack, B. C
LOST.
LOST���THURSDAY    NIGHT,    CUFF
with  Masonic bar cufl link.    Kinder
please   lei urn  to  News Ollice.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD LOCKET EN-
graved E. s. A., containing photos.
Finder will he rewarded when returned to E. s. Allen, Windsor
hotel.
Good Opportunities
BREMNG & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
We Can  Deliver the Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Brink Bid;;.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie Streets.
New Westminster B. C.���Phone 636.
Office:
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Northern   Crown    Bank
Ground Floor.
Bldg.
WAITRESS WANTED AT THE PRE-
mler hold.   Apply at once.
BOYS    WANTED
Cigar Factory.
AT    THE    B.    C.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply mii Third avenue.
LABOR AGENTS.
(MAST LABOR AGENTSI MANA-
ger G. .1. Sykes), 62 Powell street,
Vancouver, Phone 3675. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Kin-, us up, wire or
write if unable to visit us.
Our
Exclusive Properties Too Long to
Advertise.
WANTED ��� YOUNG NEEDLEWOM-
an at Royal City Dye Works. Must
be able to repair clothing.
WANTED  TO   RENT���GENTLEMAN
wants one or two rooms with private family. Not far from library.
Modern house preferred. Box '.'S:;,
Postofflce.
WANTED���SIX TO EIGH
cottage; fully modern
pood location. Write 1'.
City.
1' ROOMED
close   in;
O. Box 17(1,
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NEW WESTMINSTER, BURNABY, SAPPERTON, LULU ISLAND. SURREY, LANGLEY, CHILLIWACK. Sl MAS. VANCOUVER,
NORTH AND SOUTH VAN-
COT VER.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
LANGLEY���SO acres, the N. l/2 of
S. E. hi oi' Sec 10, Tp. in. Price
*?:::, per acre; $1,000 cash, balance
$500 per > ear.
CITY���Let 2 nnd 3 in Blks. 6 and 7
s. it. 9 on Seventh avenue. Price
$650 each; easy terms.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Tenders for Power House  Equipment.
CITY���Two
acre   lots
FOR   SALE.
POR SALE���SURREY; TEN ACRES,
S. D. 13, northwest Tl section 19,
township 2. Price $250 per acre;
1-15 cash; balance (I, 111 and 18
months. Address N. IL, News Office.
FOR SALE ��� BRUNETTE MILL
boarding house business for sale;
14 rooms occupied; 3 1-11 acres pasture; chicken house, cow stable,
fruit trees; low rent. Eor price,
including furniture, beds, bedding,
cooking utensils, Mallaeable range,
dishes, etc., apply 109 Columbia St.,
Sapperton.
FOR SALE���GOOD WORK TEAM
(2,800 lbs.). Sound. Also wagon and
harness (new). Apply A. N. Mac-
kay, Burnaby Lake P. O., B. C.
FOR     SALE  ���  MAGOON     STRAW-!
berry    runners.      Specially    grown 1
from   young   plants.    Four   dollars
per thousand.    L. Claude Hill, Burnaby Lake, P. O.
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and  store,
terms.
Prlc
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Real Estate
vs.
Mortgages
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Come  and   See
ticulars,
Ts for Par-
BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
We Can  Deliver the Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldg.
* I Corner  Columbia and   Begbie  Streets
BURNABY   SNAP ���   i
n.   L.   136.     Price
$1,000  cash,   balance
months.
3-4 acres In
12,000; terms,
6,  12 and   18
LANGLEY���160 acres, S. W. \ . of Sec.
16, Tp. 10, 2,000,000 feet of good
tir.   No timber lease.   A number of
small mills in the vicinity. Price
$45 per acre; 1-3 cash, balance I
and 2 years.
FOR     SALE  ���
"Vite." 33 feet
SPEED     LAUNCH]I
ong, 4 feet <! inches ' ���
beam; fully equipped with lfi 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. The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
FOR SALE ��� WHITE LEGHORN
eggs; single comb; good strain; flve
cents each. Samuel Wilkinson,
Sixth street. East Burnaby.
FOR SALE���FOUR ROOMED COT-
tage; lot 50x132 cleared, fenced;
one block east of Twelfth Street
car. Price $1,400, terms. Apply,
Owner, 1024 Tenth Avenue.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LET���ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN
block in suites of two Tir li. hi
housekeeping. All steam heated;
with hot and cold water, gas range
and electric light. Terms mode .ate.
Apply A. 11. Eerguson, Room 9, second   floor. tf
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
for one or two .adies, close to car.
615 Hamilton street, city.
TO RENT ��� COMFORTABLY FUR-
nished bedroom. Apply 713 Trew
street,  city.
Some of our shrewd clients
are hi ginning to feel that outside property is now nearly
as high as it is worth. They say
that the old stock exchange
axiom is good 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 in value.
If real estate has done well
for you, or if you are for any
reason looking for the greatest security in investment, it
will pay you to see us and
talk over the matter. Our
knowledge is at your disposal
without charge. Years of experience and study of financial
matters of all kinds fit us to
speak with some degree of authority.
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New Westminster B. C.���Phone 68b.
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster Phone
F507
Acreage   and   half   acres;   near   train.
Easy tortus.   South Westminster.
HARRISON HOT SPRINGS ��� 160
acres en Harrison river 2^*, miles
from hold; over ...mile of water
front; 2,000,000 feet of fir timber;
I 20 acres under cultivation. Price
l}2~. an per acre;   easy  I onus.
Five   and   two acre   lib
oil's.    Easy terms.
vs  and    cul
35 City Lots. Scott Road station.
$150, third cash, balance 6, 12, and
is months.
LANGLEY  ���  119    acres;
cleared and  under crop;
45    acres
200  fruit
tiees hearing; house and Other
buildings, Trice $45 per acre; 1-3
cash, balance to arrange.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT JUNE 1���FULLY MOD-
ern cottage, 513 Blackford street,
$25 per montli. W. C. Curtis, 507
Third avenue.
FOR   RENT���FIVE   ROOMED   FUR-
nished cottage on Eighth street between  Third and Fourth  avenues;,,
$20 per month.   Apply Wilson, Cook
& Co., Northern Crown Bank Bldg.
POR     RENT���7-ROOMED     HOUSE |
near the corner of Tenth street and
Fourth avenue; $30 per month. Wilson, Cook & Co., Northern Crown
Bank Bldg.
FOR RENT���FOUR ROOMED HOUSE
and 5 cleared lots suitable for gardening, $15 per montli. Wilson,
Cook & Co. Address care Northern
Crown Bank Bldg.
Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd.
T.   R.   PEARSON,
Manager   N.   W.   Branch.
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FARM TO RENT���46 3-4 ACRES AT
Tynehead, 7 miles from New Westminster, fine 7-roomed house; good
orchard and barn; between IS and
20 acres under cultivation, remainder grazing land. Get particulars
from W. J.  Kerr, fill  Columbia St.
FIVE-ROOMED FURNISHED COT-
tage to rent, on Eighth street between Third and Fourth avenues;
$20 per month. Apply Wilson &
Cook, Northern Crown Bank building.
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER
WORKS.
FOR    HIRE ��� AUTOMOBILE    FOR	
hire by the hour, day or week. Ap-j   . cc,eTAw-r
ply to S. Fader, Dean block, corner \  ASSISTANT
of Church and Columbia street. Tele-1
phone 712.
Tenders for Wood Water Pipes.
Sealed Tenders, endorsed "Wood
Pipes," will be received by the undersigned, at the Municipal Hall, Lulu
Island, up 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 7,
prox., for the supply, laying and jointing nf ahout 72 miles of Wire Wound
Wood Stave Pipes langing in size
from 3 to 12 inches.
The plans and specifications may be
seen and forms of tender obtained at
the office of the engineers, Cleveland
& Cameron, 506-8 Winch Building,
Vancouver.
The lowest or any tender may not
be accepted.
C. L. BLIGHT,
April 23, 1010. C.M.C.
JANITOR    WANTED.
TO LET���SIX-ROOMED COTTAGE.
Vacant May 1. Rent $23. Apply
221 Hartco (Street, evenings, between 6 and 7.
FOR RENT���SIX-ROOM MODERN
House, Sapperton, $l.r> per month. P.
L. Secord, 450 Columbia St., Sapperton. Near car terminus. Phone
699.
Wanted���Assistant Janitor for" the
Central schools, New Westminster.
Applications received until Saturday,
May 7.
R. LENNTE,
Secretary New Westminster Board of
School Trustees.
New Westminster, April 28, 1010.
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
UNITED BROTHERHOOD OF AMER-
lea No. 2 meets every Tuesday even-
ing, Cunningham's hall, Sixth
Street. Trustees. M. O. Fraser, D.
McNee and W. 11. Eraser, Vancou-i
ver.   All visitors welcome.
Applications will be received by the
undersigned up to May lfi, at 6 p. m.,
for the position of City Treasurer.
W. A.  DTNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, April 2fi, 1910.
ADVERTISE   IN  THE  DAILY  NEWS
15 Acre farm; well stocked an.l in
good cultivation; with furniture
and equipment.    Easy terms.
SURREY���Best buy in Surrey.. 160
acres one mile from tram line and
Great Northern Ry. Trice $57.50
per acre;  easy terms.
120   Acres;   $200  per  acre;   close  in.
Good terms.
15 Acres; all under crop; fi cows.
horses and equipment; $"0oo; $2000
cash, remainder on terms.
132 Feet on Columbia street, New
Westminster; excellent view; double corner, with  residence.
Two excellent lots; North Vancouver;
double corner; $100 cash, balance k>
suit.
40 ft. Waterfront
the bridge;  $50
three minutes from
per foot.
APPLY���
A.   G.   MARSHALL,
Real  Estate Office. Phone F. 507
South Westminster.
COQUITLAM ��� Have a buyer for acre
age anywhere along the Canadian
Pacific railway beginning at Sec.
23 to Sec. S.
WILSON,   COOK   &   CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER
WORKS.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner  Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
Cleared lot, 66x148, on St. Andrew's;
$3h(j below value. Inquire ahout
this.
Lulu Island lots, in Lot 22, from $250
up. These are only ahout one-half
the price others are asking.
Cloverdale���40 acres; good house; big
barn; 10 acres cleared and cultivated. Cornering on two main
roads three quarters of a mile from
tram. $1117) per acre for a lew days
only.
Are. you looking for a farm? Then
we can show you two money makers in the Delia. These can he
bought on easy terms and aro suitable   for   subdivision.
Tenders for Steel   Pipes.
Sealed Tenders, endorsed "Steel
Pipes," will be received hy the undersigned at the Municipal Hall, Lulu
Island, up to 5 p.m. on Saturday May
7, prox., for the supply of about 2 1-2
miles of lap welded 12-lnch steel water
Pipe.
The specifications may be seen and
forms of tender obtained at the office
of the engineers, Cleveland & Cameron, 506-8, Winch Building, Vancouver. B. C.
The lowest or any tender may not
be  accepted.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and marked on tlie
envelope "Tender for Power House
Equipment," will be I'd i Ived at the
ollice of ihe Commissioners of tho
Transcontinental Railway, ,.i Ottawa,
Out., until 12 o'clock noon of t lie 25th
day of May. tlHO, for the equipment
necessary ior power iioubo in conm c-
lion with fhe shops easl of Winnipeg,
Including water tube boilers, mechanical Btokers, feed water heaters, en
glnes, generators,    air    compressors
pumps,
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Plans and specifications may he sei n
in the ollice of the Thiol Engineer oi
the Commissioners, Mr. Cordon Grant,
al Ottawa, ami in Uie ollice ol the Ins-
trlct Engineer of tne Commissioners
ai Si. Boniface, Mauitobu,
Persons tendering an- notified that
tenders will nol he considered unless
made on ine printed hum supplied by
tho Commissioners, which maj ho had
on application to the I Ulel  Englneei ,
.,,   I h I a\V a,  ol   lol ho   Dial I lei   l.li.-llleel
ai  St, Boniface, Man.
Each tender muBt ho signed and
seuled bj all tbe i ai To;; i i tne u ud i
and    ��lllii I soil,   ami    he   UCCOU11 aui<   l
bj an ai ci pti d cheque i n a dun ; ted
Bank ol I bi I lomlniou ol i unada, pa)
able to tin- oider ol the Commissioners oi the Transcontinental llallwaj,
for a sum equal to ten per cent
i in p.c.) of the amount of the tendi i.
Any person whose tender is accepl
oil sliall Within ten days after the acceptance thereof sign the contract,
specifications, and other documents required to be signed, and in any case.
of refusal or failure on the part ol
the party whose tender is accepted to
complete and execute the contract
wiih the Commissioners, the said
cheque shall be forfeited to tbe Commissioners as liquidated damages tor
such refusal or failure, and all contract lights acquired bj the acceptance of the tender shall be torfeited
The cheques deposited by parties
whoso tenders are accepted wlll be
deposited to the credit of the Receiver
General of Canada, as security for Undue and faithful performance of the
contract according to Its terms.
The cheque deposited by parties
whose tenders are rejected will be
returned within ten days after the
signing of the conduct.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order.
T.  E. RYAN.
BeCl eta: y.
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway.
BERNIER 10 fOLlOW
TRAIL Of DR.
Canadian Explorer's Rep0ji
Will Verify or Dis<>d!
Arctic Romcr's Story,
Caliooon,   N.
Bll    he:;    bulll    lot
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April  2?,, 1010.
any tender may
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BLICHT,
C.M.C.
NOTE  OF THANKS.
Mrs. E.  M. Dominy, proprietress of
the    old    established    Arrow     Tress.
I wishrs  to   take  this   opportunity   to
i thank   her    many   friends    for    their
| kind  patronage   In   her   old   place   of
I business  nnd  hopes to still  have the
pleasure  of  supplying their wants in
the 1,ob printing line in her new premises,   near   The   Daily   News   Co.,  fiuO
Victoria street.   Phone 696.
Dated at  Ottawa, April 27, TU0.
Newspapers Inserting this advertisement without authority from the
Commissioners will not  he paid for it.
CLAIM  AGAINST  U.  S.
Lots   near   Orphanage;   $2,700;    \\
cash, balance H, 12 and IS months.
Owner  of  Japanese   Poaching   Schoon
er Wants Large Sum.
Victoria. May 8.���News was brought
hy the steamer Ayiiierie, which arrived
today, that tlie former owner of the
Japanese sealing schooner Klnsel
Maru. which was condemned after
seizure in B( ring sea for poaching,
and was sold on April, at Qunalaska
by public auction for $4,600 is making
a claim againsi the United States for
$30,000 damages on account of the
seizure of the vessel.
were   shipped   fiom   here
Joseph  Bernier ai  the i
lino,  todaj.  by  'i i i odore   ,\ ' ,.,i
brother ol   in    Cook, who
on  the  Cook  dairy  farm,
birthplace.   Capt, lain;
month, in command ol
I-,t\. i nun nt  ship Arctic, on
exploration through the lerrli
Dr. Took christened Bradlc
is   his   intention   to  follow
ho can.  Dr. Cook's trail, :���
to   ascertain   the   accui
assertions and obsei vat li
"i  wish it undeistood
dote  Cook  today,    "thai
may   he  the outcome  ot   i
nil i 's expedition, [will
I  regard  him as a  man  \>
more    Antic exploral
other  man  alive  todaj
COmeB hack  to  mo  ami
liol   believe that   Dr. i.
polo,   I   shall   accent   tli
out   hesitation.     I   have  I
employ    Captain    Bernier,
would  nol  accept  it   il   I  .  ..i    ||e).
ho  uniler  no obligation   io i
Dr. Cook, and can up-   ���  ���
he finds them."
Captain   Hernier    will    (
from  Etah the Casi B bel
Cook,   left there   hy   n.
when  Commander  Pi
give them loom on boai
one   of   these  cases   i.
of French make, said   i ;
today,  which his luot!;���
nectlon with a Bextant ,-���.��� .
chisel marks on it  ma ���
of   Some   of   the   dOCtOl
ant observations.   The ���
dore Cook believes, w hi -.. i
ment is set up again, -.-���
accuracy of the doctoi
and   show   that   they   ���
bl > n made In the far north.
"Where   Is   the   doctoi   \ -
was asked.
"Ile Is not, nnd nevi      I
Smith America.    He Is fai
any place where he might be rt
nlzed.    Though near to
he is not an Inmate.    1 had
from  him  a  little   whlli
took three weeks for 11  to I    I
My  last  advices are of   "  I
we   have   cable   instructions ��'
we   can   reach   the   do, [i
Cook,  who Is  his  faith:
mind is clear, but he li
condition to face the    b " ���
him.    Prom a man who wi
200   pounds  he  has  fallen  a"
now   he   weighs   less   than
di K    nol e\ i n g< t the n
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Walla Walla Man Now to Bu i
Size  Craft.
Walla   Walla,   May   s.    I
son.   606   Tine   Btreet,   wl I
construct    a    monoplane    i ���
Ih-  finished wank on the r
tine   ago.     He   has   purchasi
pound   engine   tor   his   "hoa .
air" airship and has ordered
for  the wings.
8-Roomed house near Fourth avenue
and Third street; $11,200; terms
over 3 years.
Two lots close to Queen's park; splendid view; high and dry. Price
$1,750 for the two; terms. Enquire
about this.
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts.
If  you  haven't a  Savings  Account
NOW Is the best time to start one
Ihe Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital   Paid-Up    $5,000,000
Reserve       5,700.000
Total  Assets   70,000,000
New  Westminster.  B.  C.  Branch,
F. ��HIJtp   Manager.
60   YEAKJ'
EXI^EBIENCE
Tradc Marks
Designs
Copy��i��MT3 Ac.
AtiTonfl nendlnf * iketoh Mid flMOTlptlon mnj
.Talofily uncertain our opinion free wnnlii-r an
luYOTtlrm It probably p��tentB*>lal_Commiinl<MV.
tton��Birietlrnonn<!eiit.f��l. BANDBlnlK on Patents
jent f roe. OMnut ����(in<-�� for feconnif "himiM.
Patents taken thrsnirti Mnen A Co. rcculve
tpeetal notitt, without oherito, in the
Scientific mm\m.
A handsomely UlmtTatefl weelly, Lerpoet circulation of any actentlfle Jonmal. Teimii fol
(lurmda, *A.7T, a year, postage prepaid. Sold by
all ncTT��rtealen��.
Hratich Office, (Sb T Bt_ Wasftlntton. ft
The local agency of the Oliver Type-
will er Co., is at 740, Columbia street,
three doors from the B. C. K. 11. car
slat ion. It. cost you nothing to try
this machine and only a small cash
payment to get one, when satisfied
with your test, save 17 cents a day,
that pays the balance.
HERE IT IS!
Six Lots en bloc, situated
between 8th and 10th avenues
close to Cumberland street, on
the highest point in the city.
Price $1650 for the bunch.
Only $600 cash required, balance easy.        ....
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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DAY, MAY 9, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
u>wan s
Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, Etc
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS 11*
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
I        The  COWAN  CO., Ltd., TORONTO
LtPER INSTITUTE
Only Province Where Disease
Prevails ��� Indifferent to
Contagion.
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10   Seven room;  modem; Alherta St,
lfi   Seven room; modern;  Brunette St.
22   Six r n. modei n . Simpson Sl     |2
Six  room;   mo lem;   Hospital St.   i
$2,500;   $000 cash.
$2,700; t\ i i . :..
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2, ; $1,  cash.
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$10   to   $25.00
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Six room;
Six room;
room;
Six   room;
mo lei n; ah.
Keary St.    .:
Strand   St.
Hi,uli    St.
Seven room;   Brunette
Six room; Hospital St.
: t.-i    81     $1,700;  $850 i ai li,
,500;$1,260 cash,
$1 700; $400 cash,
$1,E ;   $500 cash.
SI   $1,900; $3 :ash.
$'j, I; $1,000 cash.
P. L. Secord & Co
450 Columbia
Phone 699
St.,  Sapperton.      Near  Car
Terminus.
Onen   Evenings
Acres at Tlmberiand
two.
lave also 6 and 10-acre
See us about them.
SEE Joseph Travers
Price $2,400;  small cash payment,
easy  terms.
Price   for   lease
and
only
street.     Price   $2,200;
lot on Third avenue.   Price
.Lieu each; on easy
terms.
and on very easy
7-roomed  house, all  modem
balance $20 per month.
8-roomed house close to car. Price  $2,600  on
Rooming bouse;   21  rooms;   good   location,
contents, $1,200; $300 cas
Id-room modern house on fill size
$3,800.   Kasy terms.
7-roomed modern house close to   Columbia
$500 cash, balance like rent.
Two 5-roomed houses close In,   Price only
term?.
li-roomed bouse;  rinse In   Price $3,000 on easy
We  bave  bouses  for  sale  In all parts of the city
terms.    Consult us if you want to buy a home.
Two lots on Twelfth street   Price only $900 for the two; 1-2 cash,
lalance o\ er two years.
Two lots on Twelfta street  car  line.    Price  only  $850 each;   1-3
cash, balance 6, 12 and IS months.
Two  lots  coiner  nf  Regina  1 size lot on Third avenue.    Price only
$2,000; 1-2. cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Two lots on corner of Seventh   avenue   and  Fourth   street.     Price
$1,300;  1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
tine  full-sized   lot   On   Nanaimo street.    Price $650.
Lots  13  and   li   near  Windsor   street   backing   on   Cunningham
street.    $2.100 per lot;  1-:! cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
l.ot on Hamilton street.   Price $660 on terms.
Two lots on Edinburgh street   close to Twelfth street.   Price $1,300
blocks in  Surrey ranging from $12."
Joseph Travers
Music  House
AUCTIONEER
Phone  703
THE
you deposit your money for
���afety in The Hank of Toronto
Jit wiil be safe while you leave
't, and ready when you need it,
and it win be
learning for you three ptr cent.
Interest, Small or large sums
may be deposited at any time.
80   BRANCHES
Ontario,
Quebec
West.
and   the
CAPITAL
REST
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ink of Toronto
NEW   WESTMINSTER,    B.   C.
BRANCH
J. Gracey, Mgr.
Vancouver  Daily  Province
New Westminster Agency
The New Westminster Agency of the
Daily Province will in future be under the
management of C. A. Sutherland, late of
staff of the Daily Columbian, New Westminster. Temporary offices have been
secured in the quarters occupied by the
National Finance Company in the Curtis
Block, 657 Columbia Street.
All business of the Vancouver Daily
Province, Subscriptions, Advertising, and
News, or of a general nature, will be handled by Mr. Sutherland, A. W. McLeod,
finding that his other affairs require his
undivided attention, and withdrawing
May 1, 1910.
The Vancouver  Daily   Province
me 716
NEW WESTMINSTER
BRANCH
HORSE
AND
ALL
Leprc j. thai mosl dr< adful of all
disease! Is prevail nl In onlj one pari
of Canada, the fro\ in- e of New
Bi   i i;���!.-,    ii   came   there   is
in.     iv, n  i c;. ond  a   i radii lon    which j
tei :   iety yeai    ago I wo afflict-'
ed llo . : I Ipwi ecked on i lie Gulf
Bh e off Caraqui t, wen- taken In and
ci for bj the hospitable Inhabl-
I of the i Istrict, For some j eai.-;
an. i Lhi ��� left im tun e of their visit
wi foil but two ; onei at! ins after
horrible dlseas ��� became
; mongsl  the descendants of
tho -���  who   bad   entertained   the   un-
t li ll
F'or a time no Btep was taken to
Btamp out the leprosy, bul about fifty
years ago tho government began t<
taiu- un Interest in the matter. A
!... etto wai Ini til uted in the Town
oi Ti ai iii le, where all patients were
ban lied, and a governmenl super-
Intel leni of leprosy was appointed.
I'i ��� ��� his superintendence the pa-
iii ieci i\e the most Bympalle-tic
and humane treatment, and the dlseas is gradually being stamped out.
Sixteen nuni of the Sisters of Providence Order live in the building and
minister to the victims. They do all
the work of tlie establishment, and
actually tend to the sores, which
covei the majority of the sufferers.
They apparently have no fear of con-
tai . m, in spite of the fact that many
of their predecessors, bave died of a
disease, which has been called tubercular leprosy. Too much cannot be
said In praise of these devoted women who have given up their lives
on behalf of the lepers.
The people In the neighborhood are
even   more Indifferent   than   the   sisters   in   tlie   inr.tltute   to   the   danger
of   contagion.     Young     people     will
marry into families where the disease
has been found and take chances on
coming under Its influence.    They, by
every  means   in   their  power,  try   to
conceal an outbreak of the disease in
their  family.    When  at    last    it    is
suspected by the authorities, they will
go to almost any  lengths to prevent
the afflicted member of their family
from being taken  away to the lazaretto,  where  they   know  they  will be
forever lost to the world.   Once, however, the person has been taken away
the officials of the lazaretto say that
It  is a most  unusual  occurrence    to
have a visitor from outside, and even
enquiries  are   rare.     Several   reasons
are given for this, one being that people feel it a disgrace to have leprosy
in the family and try to forget about
it as soon as possible,    The patients,
too, seem  to  give  up all interest in
the   outside   world   and   become     absolutely   indifferent   as     to    whether
their relatives care about them or not. J
This is easier to understand, because |
in the institution these people receive i
more  attention and   live   under    circumstances more    comfortable    than j
they  have  ever  been  accustomed  to i
before,  for  the  disease  ls  most   pre-
valent amongst the lower classes of
people.    The   building  has   accommo-
dation for about forty, but is seldom !
more than half full.
One class of patients, which has
not yet been mentioned, are those
immigrants from Asia and Europe
who are found by the immigration
officers to be victims of leprosy.
These are taken directly to Tracadie
by specially chartered schooners.
Little trouble is experienced by those
In charge of the institution with
refractory patients. Tlie men are
usually sullen, but seldom disobey
rules or cause unpleasantness, while
the women are almost always cheerful. Only on rare occasions have
patients endeavored to escape.
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REPAIRING  OF
KINDS
VICTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room   6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone  681
Done At-
I Benson I McMenemy
At   Dick   Benson's   Old   Stand,
8th St., Next to Fashion Livery.
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625  Columbia   Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL  HOPE, C. A. C.
And   at   336   Hastings   St.,   W.
Vancouver, B. C.     Phone 3330
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   383
Cloverdale
E.M.O
&Co
,aracross
Real Estate   '
Insurance, Loans, Conveyancing
Notaries Public
Surrey Farm Lands a Specialty
Local Agents:
cioverdale  Improvement Co.,
Ltd., and F.J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
Cloverdale. 11. C.     L. D. Plione,
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B.C.
Timber and
Mills
Trading
Co.
\   Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH
BOXES
FANCY
LARGE
GLASS.
STOCK     PLAIN     AND
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster
Box   127
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Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR
IMPERIAL    $7  per bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL. .$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
1
p   McQuarrie & Co.
We Have Buyers
For Langley  and  Abbotsford  propert
lowest   prices���owners   only���   to
Send   full   particulars
and
G. Morrison & Co
^.MSlgg REAL   ESTATE
Room 3, Old Safe Block, 536 Hastings   St
Phone   6730
AND   MINING   BRO KERS
West,   Vancouver,
B.   C.
tirvr.��-'iliiA liiv'fM.fc^Ti
irrn Ml   J������
BLOW   TO   INDUSTRY.
Fire
Careless Boy Cause of Heavy
Loss in Japan.
Victoria, May 8.���News was brought
by the Aymerlc, which arrived here
today from the Orient that the lac-
i|uer manufactories of Japan, centered
at Wajimu in Noto, were almost wiped
out in a great fire at Wijima on April
16. In all 1,808 buildings, Including
factories, temples, postofflce and public buildings, were destroyed and a
loss occasioned to property of over
$2.0(10,000.
The conflagration was due to a
small boy playing with matches.
Three hundred lacquer manufacturers
are engaged there, their exports
amounting to $500,000 yearly.
CANADA'S   FINANCES.
Just
Revenue   for   Past   Fiscal   Year
Over Hundred Million Mark.
Ottawa. May 8.���A statement of re-!
ceipts and expenditures revised to
April 30 for the fiscal year ended
March 31 last, shows a total revenue
or $100,394,211, ordinary expenditure
of $73,669,880, and capital expenditure
of $88,376,456.
This compared with 1900 ls an increase of $16,338,789 In revenue, a
decrease of $:!,410.5r>5 in ordinary
and of $10,999,246 in capital expenditure.
The debt hns Increased $17,551,705.
For the month or April the revenue,
compared with April 1000, shows a
decrease of $223,(11-1.
��nth
Westminster
Lots at $150 Each
We have for sale a block of large lets
situated in the very best part of South
Westminster. Will be sold en bloc at
the low price of $150 each. This is
$100 a lot below anything in the vicinity. Terms, one-third cash; balance,
6, 12 and 18 months.
Lots on 2nd Street
Between 8th and 10th Avenues
Prices from $250 to $375
There is absolutely nothing cheaper to
be got in city property.   This is a good
chance.   Get in now.
No Overtime Funerals.
Belllngham, May S.���The park commissioners will hereafter not allow
funerals before nine o'clock in the
morning, or after four o'clock in the
afternoon, because of the eight-hour
law, which gives municipal employees
time and a half if they work longer
than eight hours. The park board has
jurisdiction over the city cemetery.
The British Canadian Securities
Company, Limited.
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:     The Dominion Trust
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, MAV 9, i
The Daily News GOOD SPORTS HEME, CHICAGO MAN FASTS
SAYS SATURDAY SUNSET
Published by The Dally Mews Publish-
Ins Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
! TWELVE HONORED THEATRES
FORFY-NII DAYSi mm m mwm
Lacrosse   Champions   Commended   for
Meeting Request of Montreal for
Change of Minto Cup Dates.
Richard Fausel is Reducing
His Weight to 200 Pounds
By System of Starvation.
Property    Aggregating    $50,000,000    Is
Included in Fusion of Big Theatrical   Interests.
MONDAY, MAY 9, 1910.
BRITISH TRADE.
ll is to bo hoped that good results
will attend the efforts now being
made by British merchants and manufacturers to improve and extend their
trade with the overseas dominions of
the Empire, and more particularly
wilh Canada. They have bonded themselves together under the title of the
British Manufacturers' Association for
Colonial Commerce, with objects similar to those of the German-Canadian
Economic Association, a body which
was largely responsible for the recent
removal of the surtax on German
goods in this country.
The British association owes it inception to the practical efforts of Mr.
Richard Grlgg, the special trade commissioner of the British Government
in Canada. Mr. Grigg lately put. forward a number of reasons why home
manufacturers have not been holding
their own in this Dominion, and furnished a series of practical suggestions for the improvement of trade
between the Mother Country and here.
These Included the provision of more
rapid and cheaper transit, more careful study of Canadian conditions and
requirements, a greater readiness to
meet the demands of Canadian buyers, and the adoption of Canadian
weights and measures and currency
for all business.
It is upon this basis tbat the association has decided to establish in the
chief cities of tbe Dominion a series
of show rooms for the exhibition of
full sample ranges of goods; also
bonded stores for tbe storage of merchandise in bulk and the ensuring of
quick delivery. They will also arrange
for displays of British goods at th?
principal Canadian exhibitions and employ a staff of competent travellers to
keep in close touch with the Dominion
market.
The movement is a very sensible
and timely one, and there is every reason to expect that it will be the means
of increasing the trade between Great
Britain and Canada. Undoubtedly one
of the chief reasons for tb? falling
off of British trade with Canada has
been the neglect and disinclination of
merchants and manufacturers on tbe
other side of the Atlantic to appreciate
the great difference in the market conditions of the two countries, an.l the
dissimilitude in weights and measures
and the currency. Now that tbey have
brought themselves to recognize the
the real importance of these and other
circumstances good results will doubtless follow. An extension of trade
���witli Great Britain will he to the mutual advantage of both Canada and
the Mother Country, for whilst the
latter will profit thereby wo shall also
enjoy the benefit of having a greater
choice of British goods, which have
the well merited reputation of being
lhe best in the world.
TORY   MEANNESS.
The very mean nnd disgraceful action of certain members of the Conservative party at Ottawa, in connection with the recent presentation to
the able and respected Minister of
Finance, just before the rising of Parliament shows bow such men will debase themselves for tbe mere sake of
trying to make a little party capital.
To impute base motives either to the
donors or the recipient of the practical testimonial to Mr. Fielding was
in the very worst possible taste. We
are glad to see that the News Advertiser takes cognizance of this disgraceful action and strongly deprecates the whole affair. Our contemporary says:
"We do not approve of the action
of the Conservative members of the
House of Commons who raised a discussion by criticising the gift made
to Mr. Fielding as a recognition of
his long public services as Minister of
Finance. The suggestion that there
must be something of evil in every
action of a political opponent, whatever may have been the case In the
past, does not now commend itself to !
public opinion, If is quite possible
to consistently oppose a particular
policy or course of action and yet not
impute base motives on the part of
those who support it. Perhaps in no |
legislative assembly in the world is'
this so well understood and carried out
in practice as in tbe British House of
Commons. Yet in no other legislature
are great political propositions more
keenly and more effectively supported
and opposed than in the British Parliament. It is pleasing to observe that
Mr. Borden took no part in what we
must ic^ai'd as a regrettable incident."
Rather than see them cancel their
'western trip in quest of the Minto cup
the Westminster team was obliged to
give the challengers their choice of
dates an.l accordingly the Montreal
team will he along to lhe coast on
July Hi and 2'.'. for the cup matches,
Whether or not the time has arrived
When challenging teams may dictate
the time to play championship fixtures
the fact remains that Montreal consented to make the trip to tlie coast
only at their own time and pleasure
and rather than see the Minto cup
games go aglimmering the cupholders
decided to meet their demands.
Whether this was policy on the
part of the Westminster team wliich
might easily have been justified In
holding out for the original dates de-
cided upon, time will alone tell, but
certainly tho champions can never be
accused of a lack of sportsmanship.
Had Montreal made the trip to the
coast a month sooner it Is almost a
foregone conclusion tbat their quest
would have been an unsuccessful one,
as Westminster would have heen In
much better shape, an advantage
which would have been far-reaching
and no doubt sufficient to keep the
cup lor the Salmon Bellies. In the
approaching series Montreal will
have no excuses to offer should they
fail to left the cup. They will have
sufficient time to get their players in
the pink of condition and with so
much accomplished one of the chief
contentions of eastern teams in the
past will be eliminated.
And there is rood for thought, for
the western fans and for the members
of the Vancouver club, In considering
the concessions which the cup-defenders made to the eastern team. Westminster will not let the Minto Cup
depart from that city without a bitter
struggle and neither is it likely that
the Salmon Bellies would have consented to a change of date had they
not thought that even in mldseason
form the Montreal team could not
wrest tbe cup from them on the western grounds. Westminster, therefore,
will be as strong as they were a year
ago or probably stronger. And In this
fact the management of the Vancouver team should read that there is
necessity for evory effort if they are
to make a serious attempt to lift the
cup by virtue of winning the league
championship.
Tlie Vancouver team will undoubtedly he a harder proposition for the
Westminster team than it was a year
ago, when the local team was more
or less discredited hy the champions.
Con Jones' team will have to be taken
seriously this year as he has a fine
bunch of players from whom to select
and if the home can be brought up
to the standard of the New Westminster home the final outcome of the
Minto cup will he largely a matter
of conjecture throughout the year.
Now Westminster may have been
weakened by the retirement of "Dad"
Turnbull, hut the fact must not be
lost sight of that they are yearly developing a bunch of youngsters over
in Xew Westminster and these improve with every year. The loss of
Turnbull will be more than offset by
the showing of some of the younger
players and by the return of Pat
Feeney to the game. Feeney's enforced retirement from the game last
year was a serious loss to the cup-
holders and with this marvel of
speed back at centre again that peerless field will be intact again and
more games are won and lost on the
field than the casual observer would
be free to admit. New Westminster
will be called upon for a supreme
effort in the defence of the Minto cup
this year and in that defence western
fans should witness some of the best
. ames ever played for the historic
pioce of silverware.
Chicago, May 8.���Richard Fausel, of
this city, has not eaten for forty-nine
days and while he admits that lie
could relish a meal like any healthy
man, his appetite hy no means annoys him.
When Fausel began fasting he
weighed 296 pounds, hut he is down to
24'i now.
He expects to go without food, except water, until he is down to 2M
pounds.
The fight between Sam Langford
and Tommy Burns before Sid Hester's
club in California on Labor Day will
be. for a $25,000 purse. The fight will
go forty-five rounds, if it goes to the
limit.
Profit In Horse Show.
Vancouver May S.���A special meeting of the directors of the Vancouver
Horse Show association will be held
this week for tlie purpose of winding
up tho business in connection with
the recent exhibition. Although the
official figures are not available, it is
understood a profit of about ?7000 has
been   made.
New Yolk, May 8.- Se\ eiity-livi
prominent l heat re owners of America
representing 1,200 theatres in Canada
and the l'nited States, tonight agreed
to organize the National Theatre
Owners' association, representing property valued at $50,000,000. The constitution and bylaws of the association will closely follow those of lhe
Bill Posters' association, one of the
strongest protective organizations in
the  world.
'l'he main point, at issue decided was
that no one man shall ever he given
a dictator's powers over the affairs
of the members of the association.
These officers and directors were
elected: Secretary, ,1. ,1. Coleman;
treasurer, Albert Wels: directors, C.
T. Kindt, Jake Wells, C. Walker, 11.
1,, Deglve, James Wlngfleld, I,. Crawford. Calvin llellig, O. A. Marshall,
John L. Kerr. J. J. Coleman, John Cortland. Albert  Wels.
The members represent the following circuits: The Northwestern Theatre association, covering British Columbia; The Northwest and Pacific
Coast, covering as far south as New
.Mexico and Arizona; Walker's Winnipeg circuit, covering Manitoba and
North and South Dakota: Marshall's
Copper and iron circuit, in the middle
northwest.
The   new   Grand   Trunk   Pacific   SS.   Prince   Rupert   on   her trial  trip  making   18i/4  knots an   hour.    This steamship   left   England on   April   1   for!]
Vancouver, B. C, via the Straits   of   Magellen,   to   go   into   commission
in  the   British   Columbia  coast  service.
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Wednesday, FVlay 11
RICE   &   VARLEY
PRESENT
The most laughable of all musical comedies
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WITH
All the Original Star Cast
AND
A Real American Beauty Chorus
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Commercial Hotel
CHILLIWACK
Containing 33 rooms. New beddjng
and furniture throughout. Dining
room, bar room, two card rooms,
bath rooms electric light, etc. Beautifully situated in the heart of the town.
PRICE $16,000, Easy Terms
Exclusive Sale by
Brening & Co.
Room 5 & 6, Merchants Bank Building    Phcne 686
Cor. Columbia and Begbie Streets
New Westminster, B. C.
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An Unprecedented
SALE OF HIGH
CLASS MODELS
IN
LADIES SUITS
Price-Cutting That Will Astonish    You.       Regular    $32.JO
$37.50 and  $40.00  Values for $22.50.
We have to make room for our  large  stock  "f   Wash   Suli     u
Dresses���hence  the enormous  ri taction   on   all   our   in tier   bu
about  20  in  all���and  just   about   as  many  different   shade., iin! .     -
Taupe, Light Grey, Navy, Green,  Dark Grey, and a few exceedlnglj
smart stripes.   Some trimmed with  ottoman  cord,  silk   moire,
linen collars: other plain tailored Btylea;   many are lined with
In   stripes   and   slim   effects,    Materials   include   broadcloth,   sergi
worsteds and novelty cloths, every garment a model of perfection li
style and finish.   Call and Inspect them.   Watch tor our window
play.    .Note the price   $22.50
$1,25 Black Voile   for 85c yard.
Three pieces only; heavy canvas weave, line weave, and fine
shadow chocked voile, black only, al a stirring reduction; 46 Inches
wide.   Regular $1.26 and fl.36 fabrics on sale for, per yard   85c
The following letter, one out of a large number, shows what good wmk
The New Westminster Courier
Is accomplishing  for  this  city  and  neighborhood: ���
"Vey.reWlle,   Alta.   May   3.
".Manager New  Westminster Courier: ���
"Kindly favor me with  a copy of the 'Courier' as I intend loi it
ing with my family in your city in the near future.
"Yours truly,
"WILLIAM  MURLEY."
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS JTEA AT ITS BEST
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in Vancouver.
Present Day is Described.
will   only   have
��t
The   following   short  history   of   la-
lacroBBe  Mces at* mostV"fore! crosse In Canada written specially foi
PVa<    tlie first  gaum witli   (1|(. Toronto News, Is lnleiesang'
.    However, the team is In]
���^Cs condition and by Saturday,
-suli" g��     bul Sandy Gray is
CK    C 1 I V. V I la.   (.IV. I ^JLX\mr *-*-\_- to . *   I   V, ^/i   \_* W*        I..   ,   .   lt �� �� .. ^ *. *-.-.���-.
tea   can't   be   contaminated ��� and   it   costs   no
more than common tea.
I     LSluck, -Mixed aud Maturul Union, 40e, 50c, COc and 70c per lb. 	
mere    .
iave to play
reg
P���ctiCe "onigm 7nT he   wiil
the  hist
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Another new man who may
i a tryoul tonight is Tom
hi other of Sandy's who used
with the Intermediates here
years ago and has since heen
more  <u-  less  In  the  upper
lough   New   Westminster   win
a   lirst   class team  for  the open-
anil' she will tie in a serious poena   afterwards.     All   the   men
go through the season without
but such  a happy outcome
Now that the grand old game of lacrosse is receiving such a boom as ll
lias not experienced In the last fifteen
or twenty years, a few words apropos
may not In- out of place, and a short
resume is herewith given.
In the olden days, when the Indian
was the superior of the white man in
playing the game, their "Implements"
BASEBALL
Belllngham, May 8.���Milton Harn-
den, after one hour and twenty minutes of wrestling, forced Matsuda. the
Japanese, to quit from exhaustion Saturday night,
SATURDAY'S SCORES.
Northwestern.
Vancouver 'J, Seattle 6,
Spokane 11, Tacoma 2.
At
National
New York���
It.
Of    war   were   two   sticks   instead   of
one and a curious looking stick It was Philadelphia    &
shaped  more  like  the    old-fashioned  New 5fork   <
hurl hat  strung with gut, and lacked At   Brooklyn-                   R.
a   guard   Btrlng.     Tin-   stringing   was  Huston       U
v..:-.  taut, ami il.e players found con- Brooklyn  '���������;.������������������������������������*.
Blderable  difficulty   in   retaining   the At   St.   Louis-Clncinnati-St
I,all.    The game, In which sometimes game postponed; wet grounds
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occurred in thi
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If ,,!,,- man is laui
team. 'h"> win have i,
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history ol
At Chicago���Plttsburj
postponed; rain.
off  the  senior
     draw from the
Hates, and al the present time
jjllerniediales are rather shy of
fs who can till the bill.   Some of
p   a   are   all    light    hut    they   are
i,''ing   and   if   placed   In   senior
any now would probably not show
'  advantage  and  the facl   that
el played with the senior team
I professionalize them and keep
out of the amateur ranks.   Tho
er   men   are   not   anxious   to   he
'I   as   pros.
Mahoney says that there are
��� boys growing np who will in
be able to take can- of the Minto
but they have to be given a
. in develop.     *
Queen's park one night last week
were over 120 hoys out  playing
��� ��� and nearly all of them were
the green side of eighteen.
whole tribes took part, waxed fast and
furious on the different Indian reserves, and many a fair squaw was
won by the red man on account of
his alacrity and proficiency in playing
the game. Subsequently the late L)r.
W. iii urge Beers, who Is known as
the father of lacrosse, took an active
Interest in the game, and it was not Washington ...
long before the old -fashioned sticks Philadelphia ..
were discarded for the long gutted la-1    At   Detroit���
crosses which  were used until  about  Chicago 	
fifteen years ago, when they  in  turn   Detroit  	
gave way to the short stick which is      At Cleveland
now the standard.    The game began  St. Louis
Chicago game
American.
At   Uoston���
New  York 	
Boston  	
At Philadelphia���
K.
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iti MORALS SUCCEED IN
WINNING BY ONE RUN
to grow and science or skill replaced
endurance. Short sharp passing took
the place of long throwing, dodging
and  main strength.
Lacrosse when It ls played as it
should be Is certainly the grandest
game in tho athletic world. It teachl s
a boy to be a man. It teaches him to
think quickly, to be active, and lf
properly constituted it develops him
into a man in all the word Implies.
Literally speaking, there ls no questioning the fact that the educated man
becomes more proficient in lacrosse
as In other games, and in the different walks of life than an uneducated
man but of course all aducatod men
who take to the game do not become
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Edison Gem, price  $19.50
Edison Fireside, price .. $28.60
Edison Standard, price . . $39.00
Edison Home, price ������������ $52.00
Edison Triumph, price .. $78.00
Call  and   Inspect  Our  Stock
The South West
quarter of Section 16,
Township 10.
160 acres at $50
an acre.
Easy Terms.
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I 628 and 746 Columbia Street. x
I    Phone  85.^^^^^-~^:W^^^^7l. NEW   WESTMINSTER     1
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Music Store
New Westminster, B. C.
Eastern.
At Baltimore-
Rochester 	
Baltimore	
At  Providence���      ^^^^
Montreal       4
Providence     8
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Who   IUKO   IO   uie   h'i'"��-  ""  ���
topnotchers, whole others who are not  Vernon
���i   ^.%, ~,,._   Pun Ian
Pacific Coast League.
At Los Angeles��� R.
San Francisco 2
Los Angeles    7
At San Francisco��� R.
Sacramento   2
Oakland       5
At Portland��� R.
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Vs Best Game of Ball Pulled Off
Queen's   Park   on   Saturday.
Score,   6-5.
lirst
..son
educated and who haven't had opportunities sometimes on account of the
parents  not being  possessed  of    the
necessary requirements to give them
an  education,  but  who are  endowed
with the good horse sense, make bet-
  le:   lacrosse  players, heller    business , -.^^^^^^^^^
nan and better citizens than the col-  against   the  Jeffries-Johnson
league ball  game Of   lege educated youth.                                   Emeryville on July 4. ^^^^
The first   essential ln every    young ,	
man is character, and the second edu- Ljungstrom Wins Again.
cation,    lt does not necessarily follow !    Toronto, May 8.���In the twenty-mi
knows
Many   Protests   Against   Fight.
Oakland,   May   8.���A  mass  meeting
of   citizens has  been  called  by   Oak-.
land    churches    for    Saturday    night.
.May 14, for the purpose of protesting
fight  at
"GET THE   HABIT"
May Graphophone (Dies and Clyinder)
Records Now in Stock.
Special Monday
Odd  Glasses,  5c  Each.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
Wc buy for cash and sed for the same.
Contractors and
House Builders
\Ve have a full   line   ox   the   Best
Builders  Hardware in tke City.
Before Building See Us, as -we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   oi   PAINTS   ancl   OILS
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
r-il y   -^^^ ^^^^^
ended  on   Saturday   with
, ..linorals one run ahead of their
nts, the Alerts.   The Bcore was 	
I the game was the best  that   because a young man knows geonie-
���:i pulled off here ibis season,  try, algebra, trigonometry or physics.
all   the  players   showed   the and  wears the latest  Broadway cut,
��� of a little practice, a necessity   sports   a   diamond  pin   as   large   as
eking in the games with the  those  worn  by  some flashy  country
here. bartender, smokes Turkish cigarettes,
Lynch   made a first  class  urn-   ami sends the old gentleman the hills.
\V.  E. Sinclair disputed one of   that   he   is  going  to   turn   out   grade
lens during the game and the   No,  1   hard on  the lacrosse field, or
iie.u ly  came to an  untimely, in the mercantile world.   Such a fcl-
. but Uie uuip was upheld and tho  low is a fool, and when the old man
eeded. dies and the estate is divided he gen-I" i*   ' V'i"'""_7Q,,���^,.���i  i.    <��� ��
following is the lineup of the eraliy manages to run through his por. S^nTJ^v M    SM
Hon -ml mav be found working.under | clos call  ��or  Hg yfl    ^ ;     "
the fellow who couples sport with com-   side  and   the  ma ch   ,    for       . ���*
mon sense, and has succeeded In busi-   ftve cpnt     f ���
ness      The   object   of   an   edu a lon ; t(, bp ^vided seventy-five and twenty!
Is not to make too s. but it certain y   flve ppr cent ' ���
often helps to develop them. Lacrosse  respectively
Is not Intended to make the fools, but
marathon derby here yesterday the
order of the finish was: 1, Ljungstrom; 2, Johansen: 3, Woods; 1,
Meadows; 5. Red Hawk. Time. 1:64
51  H-5,
O'Connell to Meet Swanson.
; Nanaimo. May 8.���Articles have
been signed between Sinclair Swanson, of Nanaimo. and E. J. O'Connell,
'of   Portland, who  claims  to  be  the
���	
avers.
da���Bllodeau, c;   Smith, p;
Inclalr, lb;   Ryall,  2b;   Delldal, bb;
3b;   Canlleld,  lf;   Price, cf;
all   if.
erts    Brown, c; MePhuil, p; Class.
Wllkie, 2b; Jamleaon, ss; Fitzger-
3b;   Mathers,   lf;    Fletcher,  cf;
... it.
OP
"Sport" Is Not Coming,
irt" Murton, ono of the smartest
e playeis in Canada and who
on the lineup of the Regina Minto
hunters who went to the coast
year, has been offered a Rood
5 by New Westminster. Murton,
iw> ver, will stay along with the Te-
cun ' ii - et 'I'm mi!,, '| he Indian star
WBs alii'Ut Ihe s'renr.est card oil the
Re; ������ i line l.e.i s'liiiuier. The coasters
h*\ ���   ��� '- ideni l>  i -ni,,- in th.   c.inclusion
till:        i'i   a    Mm inn.   iini H  also ln-
<U< i|,at     Ne.-,     \\ ,    -Miii   .!,-,-     Will
^    out  some good money for players   An.l genera
lt  often   develops  them   just   as  any-
other game will when all else is neglected for sport.   Such a fool will generally   turn   out   a   fool,   whether   he
plays   lacrosse,   hockey,     tennis     or ���
shoots  craps.    It  ls  just   a  question
of what kind of a fool he  will turn j
out to be, but B hoy who takes to la- I
crosse   In   moderation,  attends  to  his
studies  lf  he Is at  scliool. or  works
In the Interests of his employers dur
The Ottawa Rowing club is expecting a sectional eight-oared shell from
Europe, which they will use in the
Canadian and American championships.
Bohemian Cafe
ing   business   hours,   is   generally   the j Depot Hotel. ��� Opp. C. P. R. Station.
;;;;:.%:i;i;i;9V';S'f ;::;;l,: e!",-. 135c - Merchants' Lunch - 35c
Who is a human engine with triple
beam
From 11:30 to 2:30
YOU
CAN
DO
BETTER
WITH
US
3 pounds Peoples' Blend
Ceylon Tea for
$1.00
The Timberland Lumber Company,  Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Fir Cedar and Spruce Lumber, Rough, Dressed and Kiln Dried, Dimension Timber and Shingles, Cedar Poles and Piling in any quantity.
Ask Us for Prices
Office,  Room  8, Thompson Blk. New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director
P. O. Box 953
Ll
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston ond Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P. M. dally except Saturday, and
on Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at B. C. E. R. ticket office and on board steamer. Electric cars leave Steveston every hour (on the half-hour) for Vancouver.
See the Famous Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons,  .1.
thus forsak-
__ly carries fifty pounds of
steam" . ,...
But   the hey who goes In to pay
lacrosse  with  anything but a spirit
fairness  as  his  standard  will   became disliked by his team mates, and
^^^^^^^^   wll,  be despised by all  ��� ******** <lf
was one of a bunch of young-  the sport in w
******* ******* peiierallv turns out a 	
saw a man who refused to do a mean
thing,   whether  In    P
���"tfcl ���   i   nil.   it   ll.ee    -al \
ill:     - -ir amateui ism.
I Murton is a graduate of one of the
,_ni'    ��� interesting lacrosse a .gror.allons
���-cr got together,   ll was the Thistles
Fergus back seven or eight years
...   ll.
en   ny  an   n .n   .
vhich he takes part, and
dub.  You never
.ters  who used   to play  such  a sensa
lional combination game as to excite  saw a man ��n"  ~\~~v~~nr business
der everywhere they went.   While thing, whether in   play or v &
held 'ogother several trips were  fall to succeed,   i >  ni.     ������ ,
e to New York.   Alex. Brownrldgo,   Jay   Could,  but   he  win   succeed u
is  now  a  hank  manager  out at  whatever his.bus ness call ng maj D8.
is one of tho twelve of those  The reason for it is ui.u^
Won
hey
mad
|who  is  now  a  hank  manager  out at  whatever u��L "VVTthkT'he"ts sound
���Harris, is one of the twelve of those  The reason for 11 is.vou, . g
iys,  and   Hun   Clark,  goalkeeper  of  at the core.    uls ,'" ,,f
Jlasl >ea,'s Regina Minto cuppers, was carries Into ����� �����"e��� ,na*reds of not-
lanother.   There was a younger brother      1 could point out lu ,111'     ,(l wouUl
somewhat famous Crlndy For-  able lacrosse players, u ���*v       ^ ^
ster in the lot, since deceased, and  allow who have "}Wes��
there  was also Paddy   Ramore.  different walks or llie,   ' * '
Dr. Uamoro, of Port Arthur, who  man can do the same, ou       ..'
" Miller's \007 "Hound  the  man who will not succeed in lacn.se
[ot tl.
re
then
now
wns one of
Worl;
Press.
trippers.���Saskatoon Saturday
Island Soccer Championship.
Victoria, May 8.���The Northward
team defeated Ladysmith yesterday by
a score of 5 goals to 3 ln the semi-
Anal for the soccer championship of
Vancouver Island. The Northwards
will now meet the Alberni eleven for
Hie title.
man who win uui *'"  ,. ; - lo
�������� business either Is the one Wno
cracks an opponent over the head or
���rives him the knee, which ma> m
fSThlm for Ufe. and the inmgmes
hate a hero, whereas he becomes a
'despised cur.'  This fellow is generally
^olln^i Xlo lacrosse in moO-
orntlon. play It for the love o      he
game,  for the love    o      >  ��        m
I town or club and not  toi  t
, I there Is In It.   There is not    ejougn
Joe Cans has given up the Idea of   money to make a Pr��(f88""       of a
fighting just now, and has gone to the   It, and in any case mci u ^
coasl  on a hunt  for health.    The ex-   lacrosse player ls but. snoiu . ^^
light weight champion left for his home   great evil for a young in.   ���
i.  ,., ... .....        n ......i.,,,,,;,'.-.  tn  Elian
MONDAY, MAY 9, 1910.
SOUP
Potage Alexandrine Consomme j
FISH
Baked Codfish a la Creole
SALAD
Sliced Pickled Beets
BOILED
Boiled Corned Beef and Cabbage
ENTREES
Stewed  Veal  with  Green  Peas
Club House Sausage, Mashed Potatoes
ROASTS
Prime Ribs of Beef, Hrown Gravy
Leg of Lamb with Mint Sauce
Loin of Pork with Sage Dressing
3  dozen  Strictly   Fresh
Eggs for
$1.00
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Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
VEGETABLES
Steamed and Mashed Potatoes
Stowed Parsnips in Cream
DESSERT
Apple,  Raisin  and  Peach Pie
Rice Custard Pudding, Lemon Sauce !
Tea Coffee
Dinner from 5 to 8
Milk
  great ovtt ior a >oi....       n���ainst '^ ana ���
i��   Baltimore Saturday and  said  he sporting tendencies ^X^rima and y��u  arri
was going to beat it west as soon as la Idleness.   Idleness bieeascnue m
possible, crime broods sorrow.
If you want something dainty and
appetizing or are In a hurry phone
702 and your order will be ready when
ve at The Bohemian Caie.
J.   P.  CASH,  Proprietor.
Fresh Calif or nianCream-
ery Butter, per lb.
40c
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VV ORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
EL VERYTHING to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
PERSONS other  than  employees  accidentally injured    about    the
premises invariably sue for damages.
REGARDLESS of their own responsibility  for the  accident,  or the
existence of negligence on the part of others.
ON the slightest pretext employees may sue you, even for accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
THE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of
the accident by which he was injured.
EMPLOYERS and business men can ill afford to assume the risk
of this ever-Increasing and uncertain liability.
CREDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms
is sometimes seriously impaired by such damage suits.
TO go to law means lass of time,  money,  endless  annoyance  and
worry.
YOUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are insured.
ONLY insurance against such risks will enable you to fix and reduce
your expenses to a minimum.
UNDER the protection of a Liability Policy ln the Railway Passen
gers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and
be  relieved  from  all  such annoyances .
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Phone 62.     "Ths Insurance Man"    6S7*Columbia
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���.���",'���. G? PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WACcR NOTICE
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATL.
WORKS.
Notice Is herebv ghen that an application will Le ni'ine under Part V. of
the "Water Act, lyii'j," io obtain a license in the South Westminster Division of -New Westminster District.
ta) The name, address and occupation of the applicant: .1. 1-1. Murphy,
occupation, dairying-and fanning.
(bi The name of the lake, stream
or source (lf unnamed, the description is): Spring on Lol 11, Block 2,
Subdivision of Lot 3d.
(c) The point of diversion: At the
spring.
id i The quantity of water applied
for tin cubic feet per second): One-
eighth  cubic foot.
to) The character of thc proposed
works; Tank at spring, pipe from
tank  to  dwellings.
i!.-1 The purposes for which the
water is to be used: Dwellings,
dairying  and  stoel;.
(U) This noi ire was posted on the
30th day of April. 1910, and application will be made to the commissioner
on the 31st day of May, 1910.
tli Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely
to be affected by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet:
None. J. E. MURPHY.
Xew Westminster,
CITY  OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders  Wanted.
Tenders will he ri ceived by the undersigned up to May -3rd. next, at
5 p, in., for twenty-live (255 'ens
(2240 lbs.) of G-lnoh and six (G) tons
of 4-inch Cast Iron Water Pipes, 9-16
Inch in thickness. Also two 12)
(1x4  Inch T's.
Pipes must be free from flaws,
cracks or other defects, and an even
thickness of metal throughout, cast
vertically, and covered with Dr, Angus Smith's or other approved solution. Pipes to have the standard
size spigots and sockets.
Tenders to be marked "Tenders for
Water Pipes." Tbe lowest or any ten-
dor not necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, April 2(1, 1910.
Tenders for  Valves.
Sealed Tenders, endorsed "Valves,"
will be received by the undersigned
at the Municipal Hall, Lulu Island, up
to 5 p.m. Saturday, .May 7, pi ox., for
the supply of sluice, air and scour
valves.
The specifications may be seen and
forms of tender obtained at the office
of the engineers, Cleveland & Cameron, 506-8, Winch Building, Vancouver. II. C.
Tlie lowest or any tender may not
be  accepted.
C. L. BLIGHT,
April 23. 1910. C.M.C.
CANADA CABLES
HER CONDOLENCES
RAT SKIN BOOM
KELPS THE SETTLER
WILL ASSESS DUTY.
Sympathy of the Dominion \ Thousands of Dollars Will
is Expressed By His Ex-! Be Paid Out This Spring
cellency, Earl Grey. To Alberta Farmers.
LAND ACTS.
New Westmister  Land  District.
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander .McLen-
! nan, of Vancouver,  British Columhla,
occupation contractor, Intends to apply  for  permission  to  purchase  the
i following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
.the southeast point of the Island situate about, four (4) chains from Tim-
iber limit No. 38733, thence northerly
and westerly and southerly and easterly around the shore at low tide
to place of commencement, containing
four acres,  more or  less.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.
.1. F. BAGGS, Agent.
March  IT,  1910.
Ottawa,    May    8.���The
following
cablegram  was  forwarded
lasi   night
by    the    governor-general
to    Lord
Crewe:
"The  announcement   of
the   death
of King Edward VII. whic
li   has  just
reached  Canada,  has creati
3d unlvers-
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER
WORKS.
Tenders for Cast Iron Pipes and Special   Castings.
Sealed Tenders, endorsed "Cast
Iron Pipes." will be received by the
undersigned at the Municipal Hall,
Lulu Island, up to 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 7, prox., for the supply of
about 10 tons of flexible jointed 4-inc'i
cast iron water pipes, and about 6
tons of special eastings.
The specifications may be seen and
forms of tender obtained at the office
of the engineers. Cleveland & Cameron. 50fi-8, Winch Building, Vancouver. B. C.
The lowest or any tender may not
be  accepted.
C. L. BLIGHT.
April  23, 1010. C.M.C.
LAND   ACT.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that .lames Bateman,
of Vancouver, H. ('., occupation, stonecutter, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of a small island
lying ahout 10 chains north of Nelson
island; tlience northerly, westerly,
southerly and easterly, along the
shore to the place of commencement;
containing 6 acres more or less.
JAMES BATEMAN,
Applicant.
JOHN F. BAGGS,
April 20, 1910. Agent.
LAND  ACT.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Simon Henry
Clowes of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, building inspector, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the S. K. point of a small island lying
in channel between Granite Island and
Nelson island; thence northerly, westerly, southerly and easterly, along the
shore to the place of commencement;
containing 10 acres more or less.
SIMON HENRY CLOWRS,
Applicant.
Per JOHN F.  BAGGS,
April 20, 1010. Agent.
al sorrow. llis majesty's Canadian
ministers desire thai you will convey
to liis Majesty King George and to
thc members of the royal family an
assurance that the people of Canada
share In the great grief that has
Visited   (hem.
"In the discharged of the duties of
his exalted station his late majesty
nol only won the respeel and de-
\ ' I m of all Bi Itlsh subjects, but by
his ei'l'orls on behalf of international
harmony and rood will he became
universally esteemed as the great
pe icemaker. Nowhere has this
gracious attribute of the royal character been more deeply appreciated
than in his majesty's Dominion of
Canada.
"(Signed)      GREY."
Sir Wilfred Laurier tills morning
drove to government house and
formally conveyed to Earl Grey the
condolences of the nation in the
death of the sovereign.
His excellency took the oath of allegiance administered by the acting
chief justice and subsequently it was
administered to tlie members of the
cabinet. All the civil service will be
required to take a similar oath. Instructions have been issued for draping the parliament buildings and a
day of mourning will be proclaimed.
Hon. Mr. Aylesworth and Hon. Mr,
Fisher will represent the government
and Hon. Speaker Marcil the parliament of Canada at the funeral of King
Edward. Mr. Fisher is now in London
and Messrs. Aylesworth and Marcil
have sailed.
Hon. Mr. Pugsley, minister of
public works, said: "King Erward's
death will be regretted throughout the
world and mourned throughout the
empire". Nowhere will grief be more
genuine than in Canada. By Canadians King Edward was loved, both as
a monarch and as a man. llis personal interest in Canada has been
shown on many occasions since his
visit to the Dominion fifty years ago
and we have grown to feel that he had
a special interest in us and we in him.
Because of this our grief will be all
tbe greater."
Edmonton, May 6.���Many farmers
who are settling in the districts north
of Edmonton and north of the C.N.R,
east of this city have discovered a
means of occupying their time dining
the long winter months which proves
almost. If not quite, as profitable as
raising crops. At any rale, it is proving in many cases a substantial assistance to lhe beginners whose I..
are nut   J el  on  a  producing  basis.
Rat skins are bringing from 60 to C5
cents each at the stores "f Hi,' local
fur buyers ami tlie homesteader win'
nas managed to trap 600 or  1,1  of
these little "varmints" during tin- winter is iii a pusiiit.n to furnish himself
with considerable farming equipmi ut
to carry on operations on  his  land.
Not until recently, however, have
the pioneers of the northern districts
benefited to such a great extern bj engaging in the trapping Industry. Lasl
spi ing the markel pi ice for ral Bklns
was between ;;-i ana 35 cents. Three
years ago a good skin would bring
little more than 1.". cents. While there
seems to be little or no decrease ill
llie numbers of the animals, tlie price
of ihe skins is increasing rapidly, owing to an increased demand in tne
markets of tlie east.
The harvest of rats has been exceptionally good this winter. Large numbers are being shipped into ihe city
from traders established along tlie
line of the CN.lt. east of the city. A
sbipmenl of 7,000 was received last
Friday by McDougall & Secord from
the firm of McKenzie & Fraser, who
, conduct a general store and buy furs
ai Vegrevil'le. This shipment represents a money  value of over $4,000.
Fifty-four thousand of these little
pelts were shipped ti) eastern markets
by McDougall & Secord last week, and
this is only one of tlie many shipments that will be made this season.
Tlie winter's harvest from the i
north has only commenced to arrive
in the city. Hundreds of trappers
; have been at work in the more remote
districts and the entire product of
their winter's toll will not reach the
market until late in the summer.
The remarkable rise in the value of
'rats which has taken [dace during the
] last season has made it possible for
many amateur traders to realize large
profits on small investments. Implement agents and collectors from the
C.N.R. towns whose business called
them out among the settlers of the
northern districts were for a time last
fall making pocket money on the side
buying up the rats fiom the seniors.
Many of the foreigners of the district
'were quite willing to pari with tlie rat
, skins which they had secured at from
16   tO   20   cents   each.      The. e,      when
, brought down to the market, brought
I at that time between 50 and 60 cents,
Competition   soon spoiled   the   game.
however,
U. S. Takes Action  Relative to Wood
Pulp Exports.
Washington, May 8.���Following the
regulation recently adopted in Quebec, forbidding the exportation of
pulp wood from Crown lands, the
treasury department lias given instructions to collectors of customs on the
Canadian border to assess the duty on
pulp and printing paper produced from
pulp    wooil   cut    on    BUCh    lands   niter
May 15 as provided in the tariff act.
These   rates   are   as   follows:      On
mechanically   ground   pulp-wood   one
twelfth of one cent per pound, dry
weight ; on chemical wood pulp, unbleached, one-sixth of one cenl per
pound dry weight; bleached, one
quarter of one cent per pound, dry
weight.
MONDAY, MAY 9
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Uprivcr   Landing
The   New  ^ernwhee'er
S. S.  PAYST
Leaves Brackman-Ki
pany's  wharf,  New  Westminster
passengers and frelghl as I " ' *
l ves New Wi Btminsti i
Thursday and Saturday a
Leaves   Chilliwack   Wednesday
daj and Sunday at 7 a. m
First Class  Passenger Accomrnod
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO
New  Weitminsi "   *���
W. RJ Z]f\
Teaming and Ex-1
pressing,     m
DEALER  l\
I
IAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.   !
SUMMER   TOURIST   EXCURSIONS j
Cheap rale    to all   points.    Coed  for j 730   FOURTH   ST. PHOIJE (���*..,
t in ee  monl hs    Tlcki ts mi Bale  May
2, 9; June 2, 17 and 24,    For leserva-
tion, etc.. apply to
KD GOULET, c. IV R. Agi nt,
or to
C   11. FOSTER, A. ('.. 1'. A. Vancouver.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone tu :,:
Your   Chickens   Lav
CANADIAN PACIFIC Centra! Meat Ma*
BX. Coast SS. Sailings
BOWELL  &  ODDY
Corner  Eighth   St.  and   Fifth Aven
PHONE  370.
Princess Charlotte leaves Vancouver at io a. m. daily except Wednesday for Victoria.
Princess Royal daily at 1:30 p. m.
Princess Victoria, lo p. m. daily.
except Monday, direct for Seattle.
SS. Joan leaves Vancouver at 2
p. m. daily except Sunday for Nanaimo.
ss. Queen city leaves Vancouver
.Mondays at a p .in. for Union and
Comox,
SS. Princess May leavea Vancouver
at 11 p. in. May 4. 14 and 24, and ro ry
ten days thereafter.
SS. Heaver leaves New Westminster
at s a. in. Mondays. Wednesdays and
Fridays for Chilliwack; returning
leaves Chilliwack at 7 a. m. Tuesdays,
Thursdays   and   Saturdays.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 15*17.
White Star���Donii/bfl
Canadian Servta
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple   screw,   14,900   torn.
S.S.  MEGANTIC���
Twin screw, 14.900 tens. T-��
largest and rr.ost modem -:-.
commodntion equal to any cutting  the   Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets App ���
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
CAPITAL  .,
RESERVE   .
 114,400.000.00
. .   11,000,000.00
Btlmates Given.
Ph
Railway Time Tables
The Flour of the Day
For special prices retail apply to E, J.
Fader's Grocery.
For wholesale prices apply to E. J. Fader,
Northern Crown Bank.
The finest bread baking flour in the world.
I particularly request the ladies of New Westminster to try it.
Yours truly,
,.       B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day 8cneauie.
Care leare Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:5U, 6: On, 7:110 und S:UU
a.m., and every half hour ihereatter
until ii:Su p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van-
| couver at 5:60, 0:20, 0:50. 7:20 and
��:00 a.m., and every half hour there-
alter until  11:00 '..rn.
S-inday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver ;or New  West-j B
minuter at S:uO and 9:00 a.m., nmll
__,.    every   hall   hour   thereafter   until   ���
11:30 p.m,
Branches   throughout   Canada   and
Newfound.and. and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In al! parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of .1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cen:. per
annum (present rate).
Totnl Assets ov*r $168,000,0(10.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
J. NEWSOME ( SONS
PAINTERS,   PAPER HANGERS (
DECORATORS.
211 Sixth avenue, between Becoi
enue and Third Btreeta
NEW  WE8TMINBTER
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENIU
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Stive:
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
Where Is New Westminster?
Just two miles from
EDMONDS
Thank  you:   and   where  is   Vancouver'
About nine miles from
A beautiful situation; une acre-. $1,600; easy terms.
A genuine simp In a 7-roomed house in choice situation.
Jusi  listed, 3 lots:  below Ibe  markel.   Quick tor Ibis.
Patterson Co?y
_S I Oars  i'-��u   N.w   \Yeatiimi4ier i""  '��� ;i
con*���<",  at     ':'' ii in . .'-el evii  n
hour there if ter until 10:00 iJ.ru, Ln
)
6~7  Columbia   St. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Evenings   at   Edmonds���Phone   F   203
Pbone   698
...ujMiuwiipwi.. _m w*n*x********mm
***���������**_���
ear  I I :00 p.m.
0. J.  McQuarrie,  Local  Manager,  Nev.   H
Westminster, , fe
_ZBBS__M
Great   Northern   Rdllw.)/,
Lv.  N.  W.   li   a.m.;   ar.  Seattle 3:6��|B8
.....
Lv. N. W. 4:::2 p.m.; ar. SentUvj 9:4uj
tm.
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:13
..n.
Lv. Seattle 8:0.") a.m.;  ar. N. W. 2:55
p.m.
ILv. Seattle 1:33 p.m.;  ar. N. W. 9:30
Ii< rn
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.;  ar. N.W. G:20
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.;  ar. N.W. (5:2��
p.m.
ftm&"
':/M tf% ,'i R��aH W
il .d f>3 '-?* <etf> ai       m
G. N. R.���Port Gutcnon.
L*��ves Nfw Westminister on Tue*
i*.j at 10 a.m., return* at 5 p.m. to
city. L<*aves Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives In city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives ln city
(Saturday at 9 a m.
Leaves Port Gulchon at 1 P-m. ok
Tuesday, G::t0 a.m. on Friday, and
ii:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
leaves Gulchon 6 a.m. each wees
day;   nrriws   8:50   a.m.
Leaves  N. W.   3:50   p.m.  dally  except  Sunday;   ar.  Guichon  at 7 D-m. i
..v. N.W. 8:50 a.m.;  ar.  Seattle 3:35'
ABOUT 400 FEET ON   NORTH   ARM   ERASER   INSIDE
CITY   LIMITS    IN  THC   WEST  END.
Only $25,000
LOTS   ON   SIXTH   AVENUE
THESE ARE RIGHT ON THE CUTOFF. SOME FACE
ON THE EBURNE TRAM LINE. THEY ARE 53 x 125
FEET TO  LARGE LANE   AND   EASILY   CLEARED.
Only $550 Each
$200   CASH,   BALANCE 6 AND  12  MONTHS.
AGE CO.
442 Westminster Ave, Vancouver, B. C. M
ONDAY, MAY 9, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE SEVEN.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
WATER NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an application Wlll ho made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, L909," to obtain a
CITY OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Notice  to   Contractors.
.r��rM^^ bum.
re,'   or Hart   of  land Smith, "Biding at South Westminster      �� ^ .^ ^ ^^ b(.
'""C(      lying and being j P. 0. address, New Westminster, u.   ������ tweM glxth .������, T���nlh Avenues, p
.'"f'';;l;i;!,.;^.r,'K;,;ean1Sl   m***"�� b�� rZ^^__\    Tenders  aro  required  for  -he  lay
M"   "' ,    i,   lee simple, umh'i'   of the "Water Act    1909,    to ODtain a .   HJ,|iU:l|ks
eowner        ��       %.���,���,���, License In the WeBtmlnster Division ol  mg ana g        �� ^   ^^
Sa\' dvjs     >   Dunoan   Be" NCW   -S'"""    \   iSsand occupa-  London Street, Edinburgh Street, Dub-
TeJ^n  3'�����i:   tiiu^J'n^'a^i^^K^^-V.   Iin     Street,     Seven,,,     Avenue     and
.ml"- '     : .:...:. -"-^nster.ldalrymam fthe tr r can  be  seen  and  specifications  ob-
- ce (if -named   the   desertion      City HaU, A^M-UJ*^
i:',:  ;"' ,Unni%mo? mS 2  Section      ;    The lowesl or any tender not nec-
Subdlvision 12 of Block   , Section  . . accepted, and any tender ac
Block  5, No-th Range -, west,  in ted'to be conditional upon the pass-
 - ��������. About mg of the v;;^,1';;::;,:;;,;,:;;;;;;',l;;,!:'i,
���u^-'^^'^fiSSrtta  (7d)TSey quantity  of water applied
*��ns ���lCT,?f,S    wh"- title I for (in cubic feet per second):  On.
id land lo "��� ���
FIFTEEN HUNDRED
KILLED AI CARTAGO
Listed Exclusively With
Tr & CO.
u,ibv- -- _, ^estminster
Itn- ^str���te or British Columbia,
!" ' ,;,���,v known and describ-
,a     3.00 a.ies of the southeast.
iarl
Section   IS,   Township
'.,,,,1. of 6th Meridian
  J. - "
ings Without Warning-
Entire Families Wiped Out
,, ...I,  Mri'iian. i.im ii   ������ ���-.j-
er
ed
'^;rOUthe provisions  slxtletti (1-60)
San Jose, Costa Rica, May 8.���The
list of dead al  Cartago now numbers
not   1,       than   U ���    T1|U (i'-v   wus
marked cheque  ior  nve P����. UCUL- "t   rte��troved   by   an   earthquake   which
ito the undersigned  n" later than 5 0UB movement, which followed a few
te) The character of the proposed I o'clock on May 23, 1910.
works:    A pri-ate waterworks system . W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk,
through a 1-inch pipe carried fro said -	
Subdivision 11 tc at ri cant's property, '
whirl, adjoin* WATER NOTICE.
ill The premises on which the wat- 	
er  is  to  be  used   (describe   same): |    Notice is hereby given that an appli
0
,     , n,."..��. try Act," are requir
"LT Xl'" .n of the tax pur-
contest in-        dayBfrom the
w^lUfifr��t pu:.l-cation  of  this
"i   ""   '",    nnd in default of a
lfl. ui'iui B   ���'���"  ��� 1)(.ndens 	
,  or c, I';'.1;';:M,,;,,'.l,od, or lnler  is  to  be  used ^""^"^Ication^'U be made u,dcr Part V
,P lil,d '.in    i b��r> regisi ra-I Subdivisions 5 and 6 of  Block 2, Bee           ..Water Act   j.tM." to obtain a
Ell of ."<"';���;'"   "*%*] be for-  1ion 30, Block 5  North Range 2, west,   ^Water^ __
vou anl o-i-u uj ( frnm sel. | N(.w Westminster District. N      Westminster District.
(B) The   PurP09fs   '.'"'   whcL������Pi    (a)   The name, address and occupa
wi  Is to be used:   For agricultural,      W applicant:  J.  E. Murphy
dairying and domestic -  .*****m
11 a!,\ .'     rtebanul from set-
��'fiii. 'H-e��
���(P     And  I  I'1 '���' y  ;
minor shocks during the course of tlu
day. I, occurred ai Beven o'clock Wed-'
:,:, i veaing. No one had time to
run out cf the houses, which tell
crashing to the streets. Had ihe
��� ii shock come during the Bleeping
- - hours, hardly anv could have escaped.
the "Water Act, )9iM." to obtain a li-  The railroad'and telegraph lines were
cense In the South Westminster Dlvi-  broken, and the electric light wires
leaving  the  city  in   total  dark-
East half of the west half of Section 358,   I
Ward 2, containing 40 acres.    Sandy loam   3
land, easily cleared,  10   chains facing on   hd
Austin Road,   fine  view.   Price  $200 per
acre.   Cash $2750.   Balance in 6,  12 and
18 months, at 7 per cent.
k
wn       , ,      that   mile i     (k)  This  notice   was posted  on  the
And ' '"���'':   y ',"r thirty days  2nd day ./ May, 1910, and application
���Ion of this nnti ��' '"".,,���., .'  New will be made to tbe Commissioner on
,, ,ilv newspapei pi'> '������'      ' Bufllc. the Gth day of June, 1910, at 2:30 p.m.
gumlnster will ** tood and .    ^    _hj   ^ QameB ,[|K, a(]d.(. ., .
���     i-vlce IU*"';" -:     ���n���kt,v office, of any riparian proprietors or licensees
J) ���t   He   I. ml   I'      f      ^.^ , wli���  ,���.  wll,),<!  ,,n,;s  are  likely  to  he
N��v     ���  '";:   ''��������� ,   '     '       v,���ii   a. affected by the proposed works, either
'     " '       above or below the outlet: None.
F. W. SMITH.
Box 536, New Westminster, B. C.
I 1UII    Ul     tlle    <i,',,,.. .	
occupation, dairying and farmin_
,lit The name of the lake, stream
or source (if unnamed, the description Is i: Spi Ing on Lot 11, Block -,
Subdivision of Lot 30.
(C)    The point of diversion-. At tlie
spring.
ic -. a.
Thousands ran panic-stricken in
all directions, leaving behind them
those under the ruins. Every house
and building was totally destroyed,
including four churches and the palace of the Central American peace
ciiuit. the gift of Andrew Carnegie.
The  foreign  colonies  set  about at
BRENING & CO.
General Brokers
Exclusive Sales Only We  Can   Deliver  the   Properties
Rooms   5   and   6,   Merchants    Bank   Building
New Westminster, B. C. Phone   686
N��v ���    '������������" r    \,���il     A
Jl,, .,     IU """     ������������'>     '-1      Al""'
'**%   V   '"
,,. S. KEITH,
^^ Listrict  Registrar.
��0<'anada Pem-anent Loan & Sav-
ton,
111,
The quantity of water applied   once   to   organize   rescuef ^en.ents
.,    r ..  ..r,.. ,.���r.,,nrii-   One- ������,i ��r��rif��fl strenuously to save inoae
for  (in cubic fi et iier second
eighth  cubic  foot.
(e) The character of the proposed
works: Tank at spring, pipe from
tank to dwellings.
(g) The purposes for which the
water is to be used: Dwellings,
dairying and stock.
,ki This notice was posted on lhe
30th day of April, 1910, and applica-
vuu vcc   p   rr. I30th day ot Apri1, ] ���
ILL     ^LAm.     C��     LU.   "on will he made to the commissioner tcrribl
* ����      a.m.a_u_\      ua,       VV.    0Q ,,1(, 31gt day (|f May) 191q _,n .
*l,o nnmps and addresses oln
trip I
���There   Is  no   more   attractive   trip i
Ian on the St. Lawrence up to Ills-! Windsor Hotel Block
���leal  Quebec.    Next Empress *���>"-*'
i and 20th.   For reservations and i
s apply to
ED. GOULET,
C.P.R. Agent.
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
P. O. Box 644
on the 31st day of May, 1910.
ill    Give tlie names and addresses
of any riparian  proprietors or licens-
and worked strenuously to save those
who weie pinned down by the wreck-,
age, It was not until tbe following
day that Han Jose learned of the dis-j
aster, and so assistance from this
source was not forthcoming for many
hours. No medical aid could be obtained, and tlie survivors suffered
greatly from lack of food and water.
Many of the wounded died, suffering
11 lUiJ .
Entire   families  have  been    wiped
out.     Rafael  Angel   Troy,   the   Costa
tican  poet,  whose works are known
 �����  M,rt +\r.ar\
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""    ""���'     ���-��� --     ���        -    letOrS    Or    l)eea ,      .      ,
ees  who   or   whose  lands   are likely  in many countrk.s, is among the dead,
to be affected by the proposed works, The coll       of the gUesian priests fell
���.    the    outlet:  while the priests and chUdren were at
 1        tr...        ���hll.
either
None.
J. E.  MURPHY,
New Westminster.
April  30
Westminster
ransf cr Co.
ilfflce 'I'hone 1��5.      Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street
Psggage   delivered   promptly   to
��ny part of the city
COAL
New
Wellington
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
ight and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office. Front  St., Foot of Sixth.
lhe coiiege ui mc ^..  .
while the priests and children were at
prayer. Two priests and ten children were killed.
The earthquake, which bi ought
almost total darkness and great clouds
of dust from the falling buildings, was
followed by a roaring which came j
apparently from deep down ln the
earth, and for six hours the disturb-!
anee continued. President Gonzalez
Viquez and President elect Ricardo
Jiminez are personally in charge of
the work of rescue, but there is little
hope that those under the ruins can
' escape.
Some days must elapse before the
real situation can be determined. The
losses  reach   far into    the
Foreign    help    is    needed
���
���
���
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LOOK AT THESE
Six lots and a 14-room house on Third street between Third and t
Fourth avenues. 1
$6,275 ���
Vi Cash; balance fi, 12 and IS months at 7  per  cent.    There is i
no better buy than this in the city.    The land Is all  under cultlva- ���
tion and in addition to the house, there is a two-storey stable with J
accommodation for six horses. a
SURREY
$2,200  for 10 acres,  house  and barn; 5 acres cleared.
, Coulthard & Co.!
t Limited. X
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treet
"YOU NEEDN'T
COME  AROUND"
/>
T \KE NOTICE that an application
has 'been "made to register the Corpor- ..
', o.   o   the Township or  District of monetary
��Was the owner in fee simple ut, gj^'-^ pVVmpt if good is
d��r a Tax Sale Deed from the Reeve badij^_ano m d6 are home-
land  Clerk of the Corporation ot tne to come oi���"�� d     Flre    tllat
Kritip or District of Surrey to the less and   ^������Bafter the de-
 "^'T ��1-- .^^^tehSftSR -Ivors are earned
lying and being in the District of N'ew ���    tiunuiouo w.
Westminster, in the Province of Brit-  around   the   ruins of "their     homes
IjV. Columbia, more particularly known  gome  reports place the wounded at
and described as:    Lot l in subdivi- several    thousands.    Nearly    all    of
j sion 21 of block 1 of section 30, block  Costa iiica i3 afflicted, as more or less
I 6  north, range 2 west;   lots 8 to 17,  damage   has  been caused  bv     earth-
inclusive, of subdivision 23 of section  quakea al San Jose and other points.
3  16, block B, north range 2 west; lots;    Three   hundred   and   fifty     bodies
15 to 21, inclusive, block 14 of south-'have been recovered from the ruins,
'east  quarter  section   4,   township  9;       Martial  law  has  been    declared in
lots  5,6, and  7, in subdivision 23 of  the stricken town to prevent disorders
section   16,   block  5.   north   range 2, ,and   looting.    The    authorities    are
west;   lots 22 and 23, in subdivision , making every effort toward the caring
23 of section lfi, block 5, north range  o��   lho   injured   and  destitute.     The
2. west;  lots 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, G, 7, S. 11,; victims  who survived their    injuries
12. block 4 of lot 387A, group 2; lots : are belng reinoved to San Jose, four-
2  to  6  .inclusive, block  14  of south-  teon mUe3 aistant.
east   quarter  section   4,  township  9;
lot 5,  block 3 of lot 3S7A, group 2;
lot 38, block 2 of lot 3S7A. group 2;
lots 21, 22, block 3 of southeast quarter section 4. township 9; lots 18. 19,
block  2  of  southeast quarter section
4,   township   9;   lot   22,   block   lfi   of
southeast quarter section 4, township
9, map 519; lot 23, block 16 of south-
j east quarter section 4 township 9,
|    You and those claiming through or j i_or(j   Selborne,  Addressing  Johannes
I under  you  and all  persons claiming i
any interest ln the said land by vir-
���  . ���.^   instrument
Noticed
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 tlie same
result���good coal In your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone is in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 16.
Coal procured here is crack-a-
jack coal, however secured.
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FITTINGS
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SHOW CASES
WORKING-DESIGNS     AND     ESTI a
MATES   SUPPLIED ���
1 NEW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY j
��� _  A/M/cc    Drnnrletor 1
r, SHOULD EXERCISE CARE
IN HANDLING NEGROES
sr����a-:fi
burg Chamber of  Mines, Issues
Warning  to   Members.
That we are offering some Cheap
Buys in Sapperton
We have Lots on Buchanan street,
Hospital street, and Blair Avenue.
From $425.00 to #525.00 and only
$25.00 to handle them.
Also a Splendid Corner on Brunette St.
66ft. Lot with 6 room house (2 yrs. old)
Price is Low, Terms Easy.
The Craig Realty Co
Phone  629
Room  8, Thomson   Block.
New Westmister, B. U
���   1
Johannesburg.    Wjtf����*k
J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
*    WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carline.
PHONE 473
41 tue  ot   any   uuin��u��	
��� iiind all persons claiming any interest'
2 in  the  said  land  by  descent,  whose!
* title ls not registered under tlie pro-j
2  visions ot  the "Land  Itegistry  Act." i    j0hannestmrg     mh.    ���
_ are required to contest tho claim of kQrne; 8peakbg'recently at a'banquet
tithe   tax   purchaser   within   forty-five i   lven   bv  th(1  cbamber  of  mines,  ut.
days from the day of the llrst pub- j tered a warning against the unjust
Ucatlon ol this notice upon you. and treatment of the black races.
In default ol a caveat or certificate j Hg said the 00lored people varied In
of Us pendens being filed within BUch character and characteristics just aa
period, or In default of redemptioni much as in external appearance, and
before registration,  you and each of ; u���   i -   - ^    .n   drive
you will be forever estopped and de
-<-t... ���.
:WORK9     r                                                       ^^*^^^^^^^^aa^^^^^m ......
Corner  Eleventh  and Carline.                              PHONE in    m,  k*   beUeved   the   tendency   to   drive
******^****a**aAj.^mmm .  f l>ou ��UJ ho ^'^ ^*^Vea uuu uc-   th        ^^ to the po.ition ot Kaffirs
^~��� ^������������^^^^������������^^���������^������������������������������^������^^ ; barred from setting up any claim to   wa9   unjusl   aml   UnWise-nnjust   be
���-   . . -������"������.- ' ���  ] or In respect ot the said land, and Ira,,se ,|lev
- *m**m**____________\ i shall register The Corporation of the   feenngs 0|
""   '" ""htn   r���.   District   of   Surrey   as ,������������,, ���_
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
I
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
1 ot, tlie s;,kl la,nd' und, x   eause thev often had the thoughts and
shall register Tho Corporation of the   feelings 0j the whlte man; unwise he-
Township  or  District  of  Surrey  as ioauBe we muBt conslder that one day
owner thereof in fee.    And I hereby   wo mlgW h.ive to ��ace a great concert.
order that  publication of this notice ; ed movenient of native races,
for thirty days in a dally newspaper |    Ij0rd   Selborne   prophesied   that   ln
published   in   New   Westminster   will   the ov(?nt of guch ft terrible catastro-
be good and sulllcient sorvice thereof. - pho ,hov wo,,,d flnd Ulp ,eader of the
Hated  nt the Land  Registry  Otlice,   natlve racpg to be a coIored nlan wlth
New Westminster. Province of British   the feellng8i character and superiority
Columbia, this ':9th day of March, A.  ot the whlte man_ lt they perslsted in
D., 1910.                        -,-TTtr                    ^e  endency  to  degrade  the  colored
C. S. KEITH,                   people to the condition of the natives.
District Registrar.      He   crinsj;ier(>d   that   except   where
To David Miller, William A. McCn-:Ule   color^a   peoplp   ,,ad   manlfest,v
lam, Angus Mclnnes, T, G. Stark  Wil- ; adoptod the habits and conditions of
Ham   Davis,     Henry   Fraser.     Henry | (he natlvps thoy ought to he led up
Kells, Harold Ponsford. Allen Spiers, j t0 a condltlon in w,,lch thev could're-
Qeorge Stone. Robert Lyness, Margar-. celv0 the treatment accorded to the
et G.  Cooper, John  Roberts, Richard ignite man
Ilosklng, Hugh T. Crossley, John E. J	
Hunter.
-__ ANOTHER
BURNABY
Large Subdivision,   546   Lots
in Burnaby, adjoining Sapperton.   For Prices and Terms
���SEE���
S. FADER, block
Cor. Columbia and Church Sts. Phono 712
.
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1 :
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"COMET EGG.
P. Burns & Co
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645 COLUMBIA STREET.
Tenders  are  called
Tennera tor ^....~ .
| on the corner of Sixth nnd Carnarvon
j streets and must he sent In not later
��� than 12 o'clock noon on Wednesday,
I May il, lino.
Specifications can be seen at lhe
1 ollice of the Dominion Trust Com*
1 pany, Columbia street.
T.  R.  PEARSON.
New Westminster, May 7, 1910.
Wanderer of Skies in Re'ief This Time
1 on the Shell.
excavating     Dayton, Wash.,MajJ-p^ *M
dozen so-called "comet eggs" found
at Dayton during the last ton days,
none have equalled in point of freak-
ishness one found today by J. W.
Sayres. This eggs is normally shaped
and is hard-shelled. The peculiar fea-
I ture is an Image in relief on either
side, each an exact replica of Halley's
comet.
VVd&TERN f"U..T.e NTi. ARE
SUCCESSFUL  AT  M'GILL
Montreal,    May  8.���The    following
I students from the western provinces
I were annoutv��d yesterday among the
successful  candidates  for  the  McGill
degree of bachelor of i.pplled science:
G. F. Anderson, Vanctuver; A. T. N.
Cowley, Winnipeg; P. S. Fowler, Wln-
I nlpeg;  G. G. Gibbons, Vancouver;  P.
C. Gill,. Victoria;  A. G. McNaughton
Moosomln. Sask.; J. M. McCrae. Golden   BC'  C. B. McGrath, Lethbridge;
S ' K. Pearce, Calgary,   T. E.  Price.
Vancouver;     A.   A.  Young,    Selkirk.
Man '  A. C. Reid. Winnipeg. ���
The following have passed the final
year  examination   for   tbe  degree   or
bachelor  of  arts:     Cecilia  R.  Green.
Vfctorla;   Margaret    O.    McWhinney.
Vancouver; Roy G. Phipps. Vancouver' V Z. Manning, Vancouver; A. C
Skallng, Vancouver; I. D. Ramsay.
Waskeda, Man. "PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, MAY 9, 1910
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SCREEN DOORS
and WINDOWS
All   Sizes   and   Prices
Call  and   See  Our Stock
Anderson
&
Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
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\ Will Exchange
40 ACRES IN
SURREY
SECTION   16,  TP.  8.
-FOR-
Home in
Sapperton
WITH GROUNDS
VALUE   ABOUT $4,000
APPLY  BOX  X,  DAILY  NEWS
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The Westminster Modern
Business School
More than one are investigating the
merits of this school and tbey find it
truly a business school. Xo need to
look further, as we have the best facilities for giving lou.V students a
thorough   business  training.
REMEMBER, WE ARE OPEN FOR
DAY SESSIONS THE ENTIRE YEAR.
A. L. BOUCK,
610   Columbia    St.
Principal
Have that cup of "Tea" at the i
"Royal." We are now in our new
place, a nice, quiet, cool place to have
Ice Cream and Cake. All of our Fresh
Crushed Fruits are in. Step in on
your way dowd town today. The
Royal Cafe. **
While in Seattle on Saturday, llariy
Tidy, manager oi the Opera house,
male arrangements with the manager
of "The Gingerbread Man" to cut
down the prices of seals at the local
l production from $1.50 to Jl, this being
the charge in Seattle and all the large
I cities on the circuit.
For a pleasant cool drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. **
Panama hats cleaned, and blocked.
Phone li 278, Royal City Cleaners and
Dyers. **
The  saw  and   shingle   mills  al   Pitt
River are running night  and  day. the
demand from the northwest  for lura-
! her   being   exceptionally   heavy   just
now.
Plione 421 for prompt delivery express and baggage. **
For spring plants or cut flowers,
plione Davies' Greenhouse. R208.     **
A public meeting in the interests
of temperance will he held at Westminster Junction tills week, when a
protest will be made against additional liquor licenses being granted in
tho municipality. Rev. A. DeB. Owen,
of St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal
church, will be among the speakers.
Have you a house for sale? I have
the buyer. S. Fader. Phone 711'.
Dean block, opposite Bank of Montreal. **
For quick delivery of express and
baggage, phone Wm. Medley, 421. **
The large steamer Eysom was
brought up to the Fraser River mills
on Saturday. She will take on a big
cargo of lumber for Australia.
The popularity of the midday lunch
at the Royal Cafe grows every day.
lt Is served from twelve to two, with
quick service. **
Try "Solo Special' cigar. Havana
filled. **
A special meeting of the local Council of Women will be held this afternoon at three o'clock in tlie board of
trade room.
Express and Baggage. Phone Wm.
Medley,  421. **
C. Bryant, the C.P.R. porter charged
with wounding a sleeping-car conductor a couple of weeks ago, will come
up for his preliminary hearing on
Tuesday. He appeared on Saturday
but the victim was not able to be
present and tbe case  was adjourned.
Owing to the "juice" being off for
over three hours this morning. The
Daily News was compelled to go to
press earlier than usual. Several Important items of news are in consequence held over.
pei-
liave
712.
Moult*
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.
Anything in  our line  10 to 20
cent,  saved   for  you.    Fales.        **
New Westminster has as yet sent
no official message of condolence to
Lhe queen, but it is probable that a
resolution will be drafted at tonight's
meeting of the council.
Have you a house for sale?   I
the   buyer,     s.   Fader,     Phone
Dean   hlock,   opposite   Hank  of
treal.
Mayor Lee was yesterday making
efforts to arrange for a public memorial sen Ice to be held in the opera
house at the time of the funeral of
His Late Majesty, King Edward the
Seventh. Several of tlie ininsilers of
the different churches of the city were
spoken to yesterday and they all slg-
nifled their willingness to take part
in such a service, ll is not known
yet when the funeral will be, but by
the time it is arranged there will be
some definite announcement concerning the service.
The National Paper Mills, which is
proceeding with the erection of a
plant near the Fraser River Mills,
has issued a preliminary prospectus.
J. A. Lee, mayor of New Westminster,
and L. D. Taylor, mayor of Vancouver,
are two of the directors.
See Fales for Bed Lounges. Guaranteed goods at prices cheaper than
the cheapest. **
Rev. Canon d'Easum announced
last night that there would be services In the cathedral at the time of
the king's funeral, definite announcement to be made later on.
Chief of Police Bradshaw has received a letter from Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cameron, of Winnipeg, asking for
information of the whereabouts of
their son, Dan Cameron, who left
home last August. The parents think
that he hired with a fishing boat riming out of Seattle, but since receiving word that he was going to get
such a job they have received no communication from him. The only description given is that the man was
twenty-two years old.
There's   quality
gar.
'Solo
Special"
��*
A payment of $25 procures a lot In
South Westminster from Hale Bro3.
& Kennedy, Ltd. These lots are in
great demand. **
Discovered at Last.
After years of experimenting, the
problem of long life and good health
has been discovered. It consists of
eating good clean food, cooked in a
tasty and appetising manner, and
served properly by competent help.
Tbe Bohemian Cafe is recommended
as being the only cafe in town coming
up to these requirements with the
prices reasonable. Opposite C. P. R.
station.  Columbia street. **
NOTICE.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'Je.s Tor Ladr.s from .12V���
OP.
Silver Waic'.ies, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a speclaltv.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
"The Masque," which was recently
produced in Vancouver by a company
of amateur thespians, will probably
be seen here in the near future, Francis Bursill (Felix I'enne), the author
of the piece, being now in negotiation with local societies with a view
to making arrangements whereby It
can be produced under their auspices.
For rent, June 1, fully modern cottage, 513 Blackford sireet, $25 per
month. W. C. Curtis, 507 Third
avenue. **
Spring is here���how about those
plants for the garden? Tidy, the
Florist, can suit you to a T in anything in that line. **
South Westminster property is
handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy,
Ltd. Call in and see them, and they
will put before you some good things.
Take notice that I, Grace Cruickshank, of Matsqui, B. C, farmer's wife,
intend to apply to the Commissioner
of Lands and Works, Victoria, for a
license to prospect for coal and petrol-
[eum on and under the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post marked
Grace Cruickshank's. on N. E. corner
set of the Section line between Section 28 and 29, Tp. 16, New Westminster District, about 10 chains north
of the S. E. corner of Section 29;
thence south one mile; then west one
mile; then north one mile; then east
one mile to the point of commencement; G40 acres.
GRACE CRUICKSHANK,
Matsqui,  April   IS,   1910.
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL'
Market Square
PHONE 475.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Removed to
DEANE BLOCK
Four doors east of Bank of
Montreal, where the same careful attention will be paid to all
prescriptions and orders as
heretofore.
COLUMBIA STREET
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.
Cotton
Complete In every detail is our range of vVomens, MisseB and Children's   Cotton   Dnderwi
carry  Watson's Well known underwear,  a   sufficient   guarantee of   Its perfection  in quality,  Iii
The warm weather is Increasing the demand, so we mention a few  special  lines:
Out  Size   Undervests  and  Drawers, Lisle Threat Vests in  plain   or  hue  trimmed   Btyles;Plal     Cotton
Undervests. Umbrella  Drawers, Combinations,  Nazereth Waists, Bands, etc.   All qualities.   ;-p.-
ing   this   week. ���
20 Dozen  Women's  Wash
Belts, 25c Each
By all means the nicest Wash Belts ever shown at the price
in the city; a special purchase made in one of the American cities
enables us to offer more than ordinary value. Belts are made
of strong wash materials with embroidered designs; detachable
Pearl buckles, All sizes, 22 to 28.   Special this week. 25c each.
Children's
Print Rompers
50c Each
Dark  colored   print   Ri
for the small  children
ei s   sue h   as   I hi Be   arc-   ju  I
thing   for   rough   and   1
wear    and    Bave    the
11 r< bsgs.    Bach,  50c,
NEW YORK SAILORS
Fashion's   latest   hit,   best  deseril.es these  large sailors.    All TuBcan���Tuscan   with   black   fi
and velvet bands in old blue, geranium, black, and pastel green might be mentioned as being bo  -
the  popular   styles.
COARSE PANAMA HATS
SPECIAL, 75c EACH
Shades   suitable   for   drapes and  scarfs shown  in  natural  straw  and  complete  range of col
The newest ideas  find a place   In  our  millinery  section.    Every day sees some new creation,
new  trimming, etc.    These  Panama hat Shapes are exceptionally popular.    Bach,  T.'.c.
Take Advantage Of Our
Cash Refund Offer
During May
Every Purchase you make in May, we make you a
liberal Cash Refund on every dollar you pay down
"WE   FURNISH   YOUR   HOME  COMPLETE"
LEES LIMITED
COLUMBIA   STREET
PHONE   73

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