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���"A8|DE   PROPERTY
.miTE, SHILES & CO.
^H'Jw   WESTMINSTER.
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WHITE, SHINES & CO.
NEW   WES   * INSTEK.
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XKV       i-i   IINSTER, B. i      SliiiU'i   MORNING, JUNE 13, 1911
EIGHT PAGES.
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
s^ Blaze That
tLtJeari] an Hour to
Estinguish.
616 POOL fOiliD 10 \\\^
HI HI Ml   m wm mm
Foley Bros. & Larson Taken
eREVfOE PLUVOISE
DID NOI SUfftR LONG
PR \_  FIVE  CENTS.
FIRST REi ITS Of
EIRE %GERATH��
Bodies of French Sailors who
"icy orub. a t.,;w.on i iihen  ��� , ��� ,
Over  bv Company Capi-Ul That i, Left of Con's  tight  Brigade Put Up Game     Went Down WithSubmar
talized at $1,000,01 0.
. ,iderable e ���
,    ureatened
t ����d al      hutldlng of Colum-
Htl
���       '���
,    on   the   rool
Struggle, But Cup Holders Bulge the
Net Once Too Often
Winnipeg     '
witi   a capH il of om   million di
wai  fo men hen    ���    en      to bu   ou
Fob     Bros. <
��� "saturday afternoon and ���        the ls
Cmghl  from   firn   ol Its kim
l hai' Pa8'lw ,       and  with      The new com]
of   the   Mooni      ���    cull   snd   i
tloner;   Co    ���
Ham Qen i
i lalgs formi
i ., .     .,. .    ���    m
i ���   & Mitchell,
  It  h   undi firm
M '"nrtlnsTlolsts. The roof   will estahll
> sup!        '  ���4__>i( ������nftT1B   portant   cenl i
i'; nada
��� ���_\	
high v
soon grew  '"'"
CTproi ftnd fire halls
. .   high win-
-
"   'll *��*    he   V ir      '���'���     o
mar-lin the Vancouver end of the stana to
ine Are Recovered.
,   .."responded promptly.  I'
......   had eaten
v..,,   creeping
���**   ��� ' ""f!vvi
^ ]�� some patent_roofing,
riding,
'���
I
a
��� |   It
on it
:- "
��� moved.
���      doI   amounl   to
i undred
rVnmt veil 1':''d  '" !
I worked   tor
I- . ol an hour before the
t-- , idents in  the
and foi  ii  '
I ��� M,   but    as
I ' ed  fl   was
..     ��� undei      i
:-��� --��� I""h-
FORM   I':- ''��� ������   BANK.
liculai   position
jnd   Quarter.
I���  ��� , nd  quartei   Sprint
���      ���       'ft, but  did noi
In a  mixup ln front  < I
Westmln   ��� ���    '��� ���
,i g that displ ased  Dewar
ed foi  five min
goin    iff Spring scored the
SAILS   FOR   PRIBILOFF
TO   WORK   WITH   SEALS
thenmelrai of 1
���"���;- S      -eonafintbS
.  Itl^gan   to   look   interesting   foi    New
Damage in Seattle Blaze
Now Placed at About
$500,000-No Lives Lost
Washing In  s
anee with  the plan ol  operatini
seal fisheriei   on the Pribilofl islands
iti Bering Bea, as -
ln Washing toi dlspi
\ i ���   agei lie dep   ��� menl ol com'
and   labo fi om  San
Prandsco todaj  t<      ���   Is
m the old lessi
id thi Bteamei I lorn
er toi the trip and has loaded her
with supplies ��� ��� ��� em
ployees and natives nds
'���nt.
Just sucl   I El  ��� llei
Game   Even
Westminster. The ball was right
ar md tiie goal nnd Sumner anl Al-
](,. re] eatedly, the crowd ln thi
���   ���
* ?u] ��� emild'be  hit  without drop
 -.~~~ r.A   y...   t\.r.   nnvarnmoni I    , .   .,        ,. , , .   ,
ping.     Bill   did   not   orop,   which   is
ably what the fans were licking
v Chicago  Financial   Institution.
|n  Big   Merger. ^t^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
togo Jul "fw will I        ��� the governme
������ ranW  ��� ,  naturalist will be Install
md in i' ��� '"'��� 'l,;'1'' : al -: '< snd to> lit' with
���    iT1   ,hp  eastern   .   de_
.,,...... - . ^2uf' limited nu
'" I     ,r' ���    ' ;
roe!.i
son I i
��� .. ,,Twli~-/0''  :--'- ;:������ mr�����sK
;!;.���'        -     ������    ���',';'got
���. ���:>. .,   ., i, ....  hadi   a. "ugi.ie
���      ::""���,-   ,.  went off to even up ai I  tl
e game ^       i I      ">"'<\ Sued slow   until  the  end
ectant  pub-1 of the quarter.
lie,  the  referee  probi '      ��� ulling   ofl
,   ��� ,i.   qj   gtun    whei   hi   coi ���
tinued   ti    bi    presei i   i  te     lending
���        ���..,   ���,   ������    ���  ���-,. for
     ���������    the ai     '���'���������
    how hard Bill
bank Is 1 * *~*  '"' :-
tei .
���o and :  b.ie Si l
faltert.- itlon bj  the
Iwildatii:    ���  ��� esenl   Conti-
al Natl ��� '    : mer-
An..
. ���<  ratified
v  by   ��� controlling
C  ntineti-
[and Co nai Hank <l
I begin   bus-
it 1 next. H
:  George M.|
f e* nt Conti-'
ta! N' ��� nd  tbe   A ii ,������;-
frusl i hank.    It will
ftavi  * pital, 116.072,-
bly    b  tween
��� MO deposits.
J ��� ��� iated   today
J* ���' ������ ii. ea  sggre-
pbig about :
iti WOULD RESIGN
EAN COMMAND
���Wl. ���s . ,. ni ��� a* M�� <"<������"'���'��� ""���"  "'!���'''*
of both  teams waa um          ��� ...   f,n(j   c\i^
FIRST SLUMBER SINCE 1890
IS LONG SLEEP OF DEATH
Fatrous    "Sleepless    Policeman"    Re
mained Awake Twenty Years After
Being   Struck   by   Lightning.
Hai kettstown,   N    l .   .'une
| as   llie   "sli    ; polli email.'    p      ��� d
qulotly Into the Bnal Bleep last night
Twentj  yeai s ago w li e w ts sl i u
by lightning    Tl ���   ihoi .. di pi Ived   I'
at  tii si  nf bis 11 Bei li and Ids hi
about,  but   the  ways  ol   fans  an-  pas;
���   i and   is   om    ol   the
��� ���. for a selei i ��� I ������  probe.
Passing Poor
Thi of both te
tinctl;   o    ���     ir, tbe ball being stolen
mon ���
.   . ���  .    ..   ..,, 8 pi,i  together    Time
a]   li     hi   centre   men   on  both
earns down the field and
li   ���     ���   ball or make i poor past   and
I thi ���     " ould   go   back   up  the
wit   ���       i shot being     ten
New   Men   for Vancouver.
Vani ouver  had  fi ur  new  men  on
lci  ol the strikers. The
.i ,;   v   \]    ,,,.\   p\a, ed   good   la-
crosse, and it is doubtful if thi   ti art
��� '     excepl   in  the
case of i      ��� ns, who is gem i
stufl In the nets    Clarse ;". goal did
fflirlj   well   Btop] lng   si veral   dlffl u I
Grumpy  Not  Playing.
i,, umpy Spi:".' "��� as ',ri thi   Salmon
��� llie   lineup   an I  his   al    "      was
, i.,.. .ii ; || ..    Buck
Third  Quarter.
Allen   ancl   Gifford   were   on   again
whei   the quarter started, but Bones
rffd   not    last   long.     Jimmy   Gifford
chi 'ked him hard and Bones dropped
hi-     tick      II"  tried  to  do the  besl
he '"'ild and kicked the ball; five minute!     horrible   row   from   the  stand,
fn   ���   scrimmage  on   the  side of the
flild   near   the Vancouver   goal   Griffith   was hit in the eye and so badly
inji   'd   thai   he   eould   not   continue
in the game.    The blow temporarily
C lais, Prance, June 12.���Five more
��� i have been removed from the
French submarine Pluvoi i . These
include the body of Commandei Cal-
lol ������: hO Was found (lead at his
llis hands clutching the periscope.
Yesterday thi of Ensign En-
mel, Helmsman Le Bn ton and one
ni the crew v.eie removed al low
tide. An examination ol the bodle i
by physicians dli cloi ed the fact that
death  was  rapid.
The manner of the Binking of the
Pluvoise was revealej when the Buper-
��� ure emi rged at low tide. A rem
about ten feet long and two feet wide
appeared In the stern where the submerged craft had been struck by the
Channel steamer  Pas de  Calais.
The Pluvoise was sunk with her
crew of twenty-seven men in the English channel two miles off the French
on May 26, Since that time
wreckers have been engaged at every
high tide In towing the submarine
re. It was impossible to raise
the wreck to the surface. Yesterday,
in tbe shallow water of the jetty, the
superstructure rose to view and the
first thorough examination was possible. Tbe body of Ensign Engel was
taken out of the submarine at low
tide  last  night.
The body of Helmsman Le Breton,
<lad in oil skins, was found at his
post In the steeling tower. Tlte trapdoor leading from the tower to the
compartment below was closed. As
it is now established that the hull
is filled with water, a hole will be
made through the plates to make pos-1
sible the removal of other bodies. Tlie |
Seattle, June 12.���A fue loss of between |350 000 and $450,000 is indicated by estimates made by various
Insurance and real estate men yester���
day,..alter going over the scene oi
early morning conflagration in
Old North Seattle, or Belltown, as
the district is variously known. A
careful canvass ol the propertj owners In Heated a total of $341,000, and
estimates  by them of  their  tenants
add anot.ia r $50,000.
The  fust reports of the  Are  wei.
gi;eatlj   exaggerated,   and   until  latea
Saturdaj afternoon it was feared thai
a score or mon lives had been lost.
This    district    was    Seattle's    lira
"suburb," and  many  of the  buildings
were built   twentj   years ago.    Many
of the owners were planning to pult.
down and replace the old structures^,
which  were in a considerable proportion light frame affairs, without base.
menfs  or  substantial  foundations.
Galbraith-Bacon   Principal   Losers.
The principal losers were UalbiaiU..
Bacon &. Co.    Tlie loss of their new
warehouse  and  stable  and  the  overhead conveyor over Railroad avenuev
the company puts at $40,000.
Though  it  has  not been  d< finitely
ascertained   as   yet   that  any   human.
lives  were lost  in  the great tii e on-
Friday   night,   the wonder  grows,  im
the reetrospect, ijiat at least a score
of the firemen and frantic householders were not killed as they darted into
flaming buildings   in   search  of  children   who  might  have  been  left  behind, or in the desperate attempt to
save a few personal belongings.
Live electric wires were continually
funeral for the lost  cn w
UUI        CU      LUC      ���'!-      ���
i  went  off to even up and did
no' play again during the game,
A few minutes afterward Adamson
Bdored nnd Len Turnbull finished tlie
qui  ter by scoring e. nice pass from
Fenney.
Fourth   Quarter.
The   Inst   quarter   staited   off   disastrously for N'ew Westminster. Jim-
nM Gilford Intercepted a pass in Iron*
of the cenl.    He  did  not  have time
to throw it or see where he ran. Bones
Ulen    was   right    behind   him   and
SjMrlnger was in front.    The hall was
knocked   out   of   his   stick-     and     all
Springer had to do was to put it in
om   ti   distance  of  about four feet.
Time, "s seconds.
Vancouver   rt. esd���One.
In  the  middle  of   this  quarter  the
  came    got    Interesting.      Vancouver
i��sed on the scoring division,   buck .scored   two  goals,   making  the  score
larshall Is a lettei  man  te de- 3 to 2 in their favor.   A minutes later
on   tlie   home,  bnt   Hones  Allen cot the ball and started
-.._,.,������ "round the outside of the de-
tended by President Fallieres and the
cabinet
)Odies. Thel    ����>����� �������� ������-
will he at- dropping everywhere  within  the  fire:
...1.....1..    r.f   mon    u.-n,-A   Struck-
IMPORTANT NEWS RECALLS
PRINCE FlISHIMl TO JAPAN
(Trip of  Distinguished  Nipponese Visi
tor to America  le Suddenly
Curtailed.
zone. Hundreds of men were struck .
many of the firemen being knocked
down a score of times by e'ectric-.
shocks.
Though the police stretched ropet?
across the streets to keep the thiong.
of spectators back, it was impossible
to keep the more daring men out oi
the burning region.
Pools of water formed at several intersections. Live wires, dropping
Into these, charged them so heavily
that scores were struck down by the
shock as they stepped into the elec-
tiified fluid.
This is the first time since the
fire of 1889, that a bia. e lias leaped
across any one of the city's avenues.
a  flist ot bis speech and his h.   ting.  ,,��� han  he       on tne  nome.
and   when    be   lUbse. ,; ,   ��� igfilMt It        1  ���>��������. f    ���
 l.iO..     ....   ill ,    >'!!'          .    .     I....V "II     I'HO'HMI    (AC''.'
IjitJtion   on    In
Silent  Soldier
Importa'
England    to     Have
Given   a   More
I   Position.
them  lefl   some subtile  dei  i nl
of the nervous system which prevent
ed   lit in   from   sleeping.
CECIL   RHODES'   DREAM.
United   South   Africa   Exists,   but   Premier   Refuses   Gift.
Capetown.    luno^^^^l^H sta.ed
Qlfford has harrilj had enough ex]   ,;
  to mix with  the Vancoui er defence.   Gifford's piny, by the way. was
one   of   the   features   of   the   came.
First   Quarter.
The first quarter was devoid ot fea
b  except  that Bob Dewar got  In
g   with   the   fans  by   penalizing
Griffiths  for  smashing Bill  Turnbull
j..-!������   r\,n    r(K
Lr.ih     ] It  i3 understood
nas asked  leave
'���''-'��� lltterranean   com-
-���'��� 10 wl .,., appointed  last
'"������' �����; the Duke of Con-
iw aa is.. tensral   of  thi
i es.
"t,f lias | sen  ���  ��� tron_
! Kit I ener ap-
[t��l to i ���     ..  weighty position.
Ind
|H0X is EXPECTED TO
i��Y SOMETHING  INTERESTING
Capetown,    june    ,��,
that General Louis Botha, premier and   ''":
mlnuiter   of   ., in   the  cab- He .stayed in wrong during the test
Inei of Sonth  Vfrlca, d. '     '      . A'RKf :,r "**�� T
all of  the  terms or the  win of \**_  v> estminster home got ihe de-
Cecil Rhode, which set apart Rhodes'fa* rlnc '",f ( ar' ;;:,s ��?f a"f
stopped  some  good  shots.    Hones AI-
manslon  at  Oroot   Bcbuur  as  a  resl-
dence for the premier Of South   \ '
The   refusHl   of   General   Botha   to
stopped some p-.��'u ��������----   M.I���flvliin
!, ,,,i.   hleh.   A minute ��rier Tom Oil-
Tlie   refusal    of   wenerai    ni>in<*   -������ t     m  <. .  ��n.    ��  """""       .   .,���   tnr
!  ���-   created   a   strong  feeling  ai
'him
Death   Sentence   at   Edmonton.
Edmonton, .tune 12.���William Oscar
Kinu was found guilty of the murder
of Joseph   ll   Htndahl,  near  Ponoka,
In   March.   ISM)7.  and   sentenced   to  he
being such a hum shot, and Tom went
to the fence for ten minutes, mei
i -     ���   arks  from  the  grand   stand
on the way to the sinner's bench. The
quarter ended With  New Westminster
PASSENGERS GOT  A  SCARE.
riisiunp  <n,,,..,..
fence ln his own pecnliar way. Jimmy
'llfford   was  after   him  all   the  time.
iccaslonally  taking  a smash  at  him
und when a half-mile was finished in
about 1.4S Jimmy hit Him too hard to
suit Boh Dewar.   Bob joined the race
too and can. ht Jimmy at the quarter-
mile post on the second lap and handed hlrn   a   ten-mt.iute   chock.    There
was only ten minutes to play and with
Vancouver   one   .oal   ahead   and   the
Royals  one  man   short   things  began
to look  . reen  and Con  Jones forgot
that he had broken a good $2.nn straw-
hat  in   his  efforts*  to  appear pleased
i few minutes before. ,
Rag  Did   Not  Work.
Vancouver    started    to    play    rag,
which   was  a  dangerous thing to do
:it   that   stage   ot   the   game.      They
staited to play rag around their own
(Continued on Page Five )
LIBRARY   FOR   VARSITY.
Boston, June 12.���Prince and Piin
cess Fushlml of Japan received important dispatches from home upon
their arrival in Boston today, and announced that tbey must cut short the;]
visit in  America.
On leaving Boston on Tuesday they
Will go to Seattle, reaching there on
Saturday and sailing for Japan. Tlie
Intended trip to Niagara Falls and
Chicago will be cancelled.
The nature of the dispatch which
calls the prince home was not disclosed.
OPPOSITION TO PROTOCOL
REFLECTS ON GOVERNMENT
HONOR  ENOUGH TO WORK
FOR   THEIR   UNCLE   SAM
Spokane, June   12.���Most    of    the
United  States  Grieved  to  Hear That
Costa   Rica-Panama   Settlement
Is Unsatisfactory.
Washington, D. C��� June l'--Or*
learning of the report that opposition-
had  developed   to  the  ratification  of
me   12.-Most    of    the - c���sa Rica.-Panama treaty Doun-
enumerators  taking  the,1910. eamm the I.osu         ^^ ^ disput   l&
in the farming communities undei the na     v                      nrhitmtion  of   the
direction of A. M. Storch. supervisor suomiuea
���     I,n  M"cnJ ��"rt���Saskatchewan on July I ���,    .   ^f^d Up W.th Train | Goldwin   Smith's   BwksjWUI   '���
June l^-Secre-lhange;!.. ^^m^M unmoved|Loose W��fc6.o* MJ?��*Bi
i   win  deliver an
on \\ [a     ,���  the ft id i-
the   I'niversity   of
I     utterances     are
��� ��� Interest In  diplo-
. ia   it   ta   believed
ething  of   interest
.  policy -if tlle 1  111-
Jl.     ine  pimuumam^^^
whin sentence waa  passed    ill
Mr. Justice Scott  was \ isihly effected
Near   Kingston.
Kingston, .hine i..���...x. ,
on the G. T R. mall and express train |
READY   FOR   HATCHFRIES
PLANNED  FOR  SOUinu   ,,
I the   train
Commls-j Mills   bridge   the
,-  t  it mall ana expro���� m"-  rrtnt0 yesierun/  = M-_._,mH      m-
on the (,. i��� �� ��� "'                   ,. ,,;,nmi ..   .     glr    William    Mereditn,    wn
which readied KH           ,   -          m. ��>     -    '        0oUUvin Bmlth'S library
in      ""   "���':,;.'���.   i bad scare,    to ^Some the property ot the anl-
ND   ,���,hiv morning                       Ktncston ���,.',,,-
ipproached   the   Kings'   i
"        passengers  felt   ���'
.E*DY
TO REPORT ON
"MLROAj   B|L1_   WEDNESDAY
*��� on the administration of thc
""M bill
ti-.
would
une  12.���Con
���
In   session
^^^^^^^^^^_^^^
��� iii  to predict   thai
jUig ,   -���'   ��en;   in   session   more
Murs     day, and made such
tha�� Wednesday
ible to report   to con-
veak, probably net
..���Votes,
'gainst Sales.
"hiiiehery site.
Ik [njton, rune 12.-A cablegram
by Ht.[,-''" ' ' received yesterday
A. ��� Martin, Of Colorado.
id   t, mass meeting was
|��ttit,s. ll' ''etdav      protesting
Sil ' 'viar lands in the
sv >" Bovernmenl to the
,]���,���, model hatchei
les  In   every   wax.
verslty.
President   Bchutnan,  of Cornell   unl
verslly,   a   Canadian    born,   declared
ihat   if Goldwin   Smith's  predictions
were not  fulfilled in fact, they are ful-
lllled in the spirit.
Thinks   Roosevelt   Is  Inssne.
Milwaukee, June iu.���"if Roosevelt
does not die In  an  Insane asylum, 1
inlss   my  guess.    The  man  is insane
and is suffering badly from dementia."
of the Third district in Washington,
have advised him that "working for
Unc:e Sam is sufficient remuneration."
Mr. Storch has received letter from
a do/en settlements in the eastern
counties, the writers saying that tluy
want no pay for the work they did
In gathering the information for tlte
government's big blue book.
"The  bulk of  this  work  was done
on  'consolidated   time,''   Mr.  Sto.ch
said,  "and there is no  way of checking up the pay due to tlie men unless
the various communities are visit' d."
lie added that, the majority of the nun
appointed in the farming districts aro
well-to-do and do not need the money,
"They   made   the   rounds   as   carefully as if the salary were $10 a day,"
he s.ild. "and. as a result, I do no' believe a single family  was overlooked
in the entlie district.    We did not  encounter  a   single   'volunteer1   in   the
cities   and   larger   towns  of   Eastern
Washington."
DUUUU..V-   ���    arbitration  of   tlie
chief justice of the United State supreme court, Secretary of State Knox
telegraphed to the legation at Santa.
Jose for a report, and at the same
time directed Mr. Monroe, charge
d'affaires, to say that the United
States can hardly credit this amazinjt
report as reflecting on thc deliberate
Judgment of the Costa Rican government, since the protocol has beeu regarded as peculiarly fair and equitable
| to both parties.
ANGLICANS ARE  V/ARNF.D
AGAINST   MIXED   MARRIAGES
Cougars Numerous.
Victoria, June 1-.���"Cougars and
wolves are so numerous on the northern end of Vancouver LsleCnd that deer
have practically disappeared." declares Warden Heck, who has just
returned from a trip to that locality.
"Cougars are so plentiful that people
In that district are now shootinp
them from their doorsteps."
Ottawa, June VS.���"We desire earn
estly to warn members of our com
munloti against contracting marriages
Plan
SOCIAL   LEGISLATION.
to   Protect   Berlin   WorkCngntetv
Against   Unemployment.
Berlin. June 12.���The municipal authorities are ptepaiing for the introduction In the city council this week
of   a  measure   embodying   a   plan  o��
���������
Mo
**********
*
��������.  " Buffaloes.
��� ^rtght. Albt. June LB
��� ���
**:<���
ierp
h.
'���
' 'ulfaloes reached
.1,,     'a5  from Montana.
s,|nini(
sat ti
,T''iiitn
1:"     Bald to bo the
'���"  ""> came Into the
88 hi  n,e park.
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PORTLANDhNEWSBOYSess  sp(R|_.
""771 Portland n'"^'
Portland, June l J    ' banded
boys- who, bj   <>''-:., ,o  :>  "ma-
tor   the   common   weau  i
chine"  thai  is some f.|
clues go   conceived tlw ,   ���
Wns n��,.nH.:iiv   n.v��   ,.;.;',   .,
show parades.    rh�� in the
the BftJ cenl  reserved      - (ul,
Sousand-seated  .��;���-;��� ���;  ,���, ,,,,���..
rison stn e. .md when the
for the electrical pageant, th.  I
Sand chased tbem aiW-
c p /?. Telegraphers' Demands
May Reach Conciliation Board
accept.'
The archlbishop of Ottawa yesterday delivering his annual charge to
ItOO clerical und lay Anglican delegates
In convention here quoted the above
encyclical.
The archbishop declared Canadians
were not paying their clergy enough.
was
an-
"TJ. i omini thnt the negotl-
,0"""",;    ,    of -be demands for
Rtl0n '   ;   vUes  made  by  G   **  *���
!:ri;Xgrap��� operators have
reached an accute stage und it is probable that the questions at Issue will
be Biihjeet to enquiry before the board
of conciliation under the Lemieux act.
The operators will ask for a seven- Crops nre
teen per cent  Increase. growth.
Crops   Growing   Fine.
Winnipeg.   June    12.-Very    warm
weather has  prevailed  over Western
Canada during  the   Inst    few    days
Bhowlng     phenomenal
Posse Searchers for Murder.
Munroe, Bridge, Mass., June 15J.-1���
Wlille trying to arrest Silas Phelps ����
an assault charge early today, Sheriff*
Edward F. Ilasklns, of Charlmont, wa&
shot and killed. An armed powso oi*
several hundred citizens baa searched
the woods all days for Phelps. ��ho ir.
I armed  with a double-barrelled gfiuft-
U'U>.
���
**kW.
.   Ta'-W. irt-'--
PAGE TWO.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,   jUNE
13,
1910.
Classified Advertisements REAL   ESTATE
STREET     IMPROVEMENT
TURE OR   REGISTERED STOCK
BYLAW, 1910.
. > ivanna the same on the credit
DEBEN-        ���   -     I have first beet   approved tag to ���*���^J or regiBtered stock
'��^;r'-'      ��� bectc^terttaca^^aftorn -
-
WANTED.
.FOR. SALK���TWO. GOOD. TEA IE
with harness, logging chain and
-wagon.    Apply S. S-, Box ISO.
WANTED--SMART   DINING   RO
Of...   Apj ..��� King's hotel, .. >1	
stn.-
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crc*n   Bank    E!dg.
Phone  645.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
A By.��� to enab e the  Council of the "JdZSJ!  B �� ^ tt StmeTo he paid  lni
Cty   of   New   Westminster to  raise  ment 1 e  or  Reei^.e.ed  StocK
Hundred
by   lo3n   the   sum   cf   O'-.e
and   F.fty   Thousand      ($150,000.00)
dollars   for   Street   improvements.
,ry of th      Id city tor the pur-
es mentloni ���'. herein.
. 1 iwful tor the Mayoi
For   Sale���Cottage;    3    rcorr.s;    large
lot:   on   Te:. t;   (750   cash.
.   is is a snap buy.
D-rBOY TO LEARN PLUMB-
ir.-  and I         '-���'������:���'���'���' ���'
4-   McCl -n.
ARCHITECT WISHES TO SHARE
office oi deBk room, State loi iti :..
Reply to Index, care Daily News.
-.    ��� -.-���..   soma of    money
this yeai        n ������ ; ended out of
....   . eneral    - the  city  for
-: ��� fli ii ; *��� ;���   ��� ���     ���          '��� l''-''.'
-      .  receive  I   ��� 2   It  s__
��� |  .   aid city in the  to cause anj
aw.
N. W.   ���   section 8. Tp. 10���'60 acres       . .       . - and I   ���
of good land with 2,000,1       fe t of|j ...���     ;  --...  s    side md it
timber.    No timber lease.    $35 pe."   ���. -   additional
the electors
1910.
nd finally passed in
II the ������ :���' ot
acre.    12,000 cash.
WANTED���A GOOD HUSKY . ��� V
Delivery cart. Meat market 032 Columbia street.
CITY���NeA' 5-roomed house cr. Thirteenth street. Price $2,000; terms
(250 cash, balance (20 per month.
SAPPERTON���5-room.ed   house;    elegant   view;   fall   sized   lot.     Price
[spent in like manner, amounting ln
ail iwith ��� - ms already Bpent) to
tiie sum of One Hundred and Fifty
Thousand  ($15 dollars;
And Whereas, it appears that I
b    :  sum of One  Hundred and Fifty
Thou.-   id    "'."   ���   ��� dollars, he ap-
NOTl
that   the   above
is   a
Wanted���position   bv   japan-
ese to work before 8 a. m. and after
7 p. m.    Apply S. S., V. O. Bos 15u.
WANTKD���TO RENT, FURNISHED
house containing fi'. e or six rooms.
Must be within easy distance of business section. Write, giving : ...
particulars, to P. W. Luce, Daily
News.
li eland   at   a   value   of   4.866   to   thfc
pound  Bterllng;   and all Buch  d. b< a-
cures or re ���:��� ���'���  ' ������  K!'"'k certlfli ati
shall be sealed with the seal ol  the
corporation, signed by the Mayor and
countersigned by tbe treasun r there
of. or by su.:, other person or persons
as may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
;;. The said debentures or registered
CITY���Modern house ar.d  large barn j it  is  expedient the ei ctors of the city will  stock certificates shall be payable oi
on Fourth  street.    Rented  for  $30s taxation  Bhould  be  avoided,  and  the .     ...        .  . .   . mea Bylaw  the   first   day   of  July   i960,   al   such
per   month.     Piicc   $3,700;    terms '��� said sum  should be raised    on    the of July, 1910, between  place or places as the Council of the
$1,000 cash. credit of the corporation, and that de- rs of nine i m. and flve   said  corporation   may   from  time   to
or   registered   stock  eertiri- ,\ ,''aI"tl ,, following places, n :���   Ij     time appoint with the approval of the
issued    for    that ,'    ,      ,        ber. Civic Build ,lders I  ereof, and shall bear Intel
--. :     . terms M00 cash, balance .25 \ Preprinted  from  the  general   revenue
,..., ...-.^th -   the  city  fer  thi   i in  m  year  tne   .
 'rate of taxation will be excessive, and
posed Bylaw ���������
-.   into   co:.     ���
C   mcll of the City of
aster   one   month    from
t the 1 Ication 'liere
Dailj   News"    news; iper
���    ���  ��� .        tion b ok ; ii n
day of June, 1910, and that
Hammocks
Croquet Sets
J Pic Nic Bask
sum ol   ��� ' ' ';  -"'       I _.      _
monej -���   be required, no    en   3  p��       %j.      *_.
than $i I TIC mc i b.po
in  pounds  Bterllng  ol   th<   �� 4 iCUCJ
United Kingdom of Greal  Britain andil _
Etc., Etc.
ets
W. ANTED���YOUNG GIRL TO Assist in light housework. No cooking. Applj Mrs Baker, 109 Columbia Btrei ���  B ton.
WANTKD���:.' GIRLS" OR WOMEN
to work in laundry. Wages 15 to
20 cents per hour. Royal City
Laundry. Royal avenue, west of
Eighth street.    B. Ahrams. Mgr	
WANTED���WAITER OR WAITRESS.
Apply J. this office.       ^^
WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOUSE-
beeplng rooms. Apply Box B. News
office.
CITY���3-rcorr,ed house and fully mod-lca[es   should
ern  on  Fourth  avenue.  Size of lot amount;
is 80x146  feet.    Price  $4,800;   one
fifth  cash, balance easy.
ue
is
a
CITY���
Lot 3 in
bi
ocks 6
and
7.
s
B.
'.'. c r.
Seventh
a
.���enue.
Price
$650;
1    E /
terms.
BURNABY���Two
lots   c
ese
to
st
ore
and
tramline.
Price
$-"
ii
ea
ih:
term
s V* cash
and $10
per
monti
i.
.    Fire   Hall,   Sapperl 1   the
And   Whereas,   for the  payment   o:   .. .....     . ���     .. Ei,
interest on the debentures or register-    .
ei  Btdck  certificates,  propose!  to be  ? y.   ^   DUNCAN,
issue! under this Bylaw, ;.nd for cn
i:
Jun    11, 191
i ating a sinking fund for tlie payment
i of  the  said  debentures  or  registered
I stock  certificates   when   due.   it   will
jbe necessary to raise by special rate.  SCHOOLS  DEBENTURE  OR
|in  addition   to all   other   rates,   each       ISTERED  STOCK  BYLAW
year during the currency of the said
City Clerk.
REGIS-
1910.
���/
of   8. E. debentures  or  registered  stock  ce.ti- A By aw to enable the Council of the
LANGLEY���80   acres   N
������   of Sec. 10,  Tp.  10;   some clear-1 ficates,  the sum of Seven  Thousand.
ins.     Price   $35   per   acre:   terms I Five Hundred and Ninety and 32-10
$1,300   cash,   balance   1,   2   and   3   ($7,590.32) dollars:
years. AnJ   Whereas,   in   order   to   raise
������ ���"   the said yearly sum of Seven Tlious-
SURREY���Surrey     waterfront     snap. ��� a[lJ-  nve  Hundred  and  Ninety    and
10  acres  close  in.    Price $250  per   32-100   '$7,590.32)   dollars,    an   equal
est  at   the   rate  of   four   and  one-hah
ier centum  per annum,  payable  hall
yearly   on   the   first   day   of Januarj
and the fiist day of Jul)   1 1 1
every year, and the debentures
have attach) d to tl em 1 mpona foi I   ���
payment of inter, :.. -.-. ������.���;. \t Bald 1
I shall   be   signed   bj   the    saiii
Mayor.
4. A Bpei lai rate on the dollar shal:
be levied and raised In each year, in
td lition to all other rotes  on all tin
WANTKD���GIRL TO ASSIST WITH
house work Apply. Mrs. A. K. Kellington, 501 Queen's avenue.
Wanted���to   exchange   35 1-2
acres of good land at Lincoln station. Langley, for Westminster city-
property. Value $30 . Apply B. C.
Securities. Ltd., Dominion Trust
Offices, Columbia street, New Westminster.
WANTKD���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  125  Third  avenue.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE OR RENT���TEN ACRES
of cleared land, good house, large
barn, packing house, stable, chicken
run, 200 bearing fruit trees; on good
road close to tram line; six miies
from city. Apply to Wilson, t oo*
& Co., Northern Crown Bank Building.
FOR SALE���TEN LOTS IN SAPPER-
ton;   cleared  and  fenced;   close  to!
car line.    Only for sale within the
next   thirty   days.     Address  A.   H.
Tupper, Cunningham Hall, Sixth St. '
FOR    SALE���GOOD    WORK    TKAM'
(2,800 lbs.). Sound.   Also wagon and !
harness   (new).    Apply A.  N.  Mac-
kay, Burnaby Lake P. O., B. C.
FOR     SALK  --  MA GO ON     STRAW-;
berry    runners.      Specially    grown |
from   young   plants.     Four   dollars
per thousand.    L. (Maude Hill, Bur- '
naby Lake, P. O.
acre.    Ter
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
CRAIG REALTY CO.
Room 8, Thompson B'ock.
Phone 629.
to paj the interest upon the debentures or registered stock certificates,
and to create a sinking fund for the
; ent of the principal thereof when
due. subject to any act or enactment
respecting the same.
5. Subject as aforesaid, there shall
sum of Ninety-seven Thousand. Five
Hundred ($97,500.00) dollars for
School   Purposes.
Whereas the Board of School True-
irate    on    the    dollar    will    be    re-  tees   of   the  City   of   New   Westmln-
quired to be levied on the whole rate-  ster have caused to be prepared and.
aid before the Council a detailed esti-  1,e r:'"' ��� "!
by   the aforesaid, during the e^.eney of tie   *
said   debentures   or  registered   Btock   X
rateable   Board for tiie current year's ordinary
Four   Lots   in   Sapperton;   150   yards   tive of
from   car.   1590;   $25  cash,   balance ; Seventy-four Thousand, Five Hundred
able property of the City of New Westminster
And Whereas,  the  whole
propert;
the
there
drej
.    /',,"���'     *"''"-''" ,  n't.~nac*a\'iara\'-"-ir \nrnrrahir. hv tiio Hnirri 'said   debentures   or   registered   stock
And   whereas    the  tola    amount   o'   :������.-���* lettali} mcurranie o> uie uuaru, .... . ,,
the   existing   debenture debt Z"the which last mentioned estimate is sub- certificates shaU be applied as follow
said city is One Million. Six Hundred   Ject   to  consideration,   alteration   and ! '
and  Se
are 1   i$
certificates,  tho  sum  of  $4,387.50  foi
tl ereon, and
ide for the
I.
sale  of  the
towards   paying
venteen Thousand. One Hun- final approval by the Council, and the.Uecnst of the passing of this!Bylaw
11,617400.00) dollars, lrrespec same has been finally approved by! and the Issue and sale of the said
the sum of One Hundred and   the Council. debentures or registered stock certlfi.
$1''' per month.
And  Whereas, the amount required I ^tes therein  referred  to. and all ex-
(J174.500.00)   dollars   proposed   to  be   under   the' said   last   mentioned   esti- | Pjnses   connected   with   tbe   issuance
Lulu Island Brid'e  mate  for  schools  amounts  to Ninety. I of the said loan, and the balance sha
Corner  Lot, SO I 124;   slashed;   fadnB   Debenture or Registered Stock Bylaw,  seven  Thousand, Five Hundred   ($97..   be paid over from   Ime to time as re
raised under the
down hill;
new school
on terms.
leveiy   view;   close   to
Sapperton.  Price  $500,
1910";   the 'Fire" Debenture or Regl*   r'!" '���""   dollars,  made  up as  follows:   VxinA upon the order of the trust, es
tered'   Stock     Bvlaw      1910"-      the  Thirty-five Thousand   ($36,000.00) dol- j by  the city  treasurer  to the  several
"Schools    Debenture   'or    Registered  lars for the erection and equipment of, persons to whom moneys are payable.
Stock      Bvlaw       1010"      ai'd      the  the new Sapperton school; Two Thou-      '��� " hls  H>lnw  BhaU ,;iko elTect  on
1910,   and
"Parks Debenture or Registered Stock  Band, five Hundred ($2,500.00) dollars   the (la>   of
Bvlaw.   1910,"  of  which  none  of  the  for  the erection und equipment of a  nia>' ** rl'��(' ��8 ,he    SchrviU Dehen
Lulu Island, and Sixty Thou-:,ure nr Registered Stock Bylaw. 1910."
Ten acres of the best fruit land; 1H
acres cleared; 2 acres slashed, burned and loes^d otT; 3 roomed hous��.
barn, poultry runs; small fruits.
Fronting on Scott road and close
to car.    Only $2,000, on terms.
Five  acres on  Scott  road:   good  garden   hou=e   well   etc '   three quart-  of  the  said clty  t0  rai?e  b>'   wa>'  ��f  enacU'd b>'  Section  30 of the   Public
ers of a mile from car. This is good   loan ffonl an>' Person or persons, body  I
at $1300; terms.
MreeMlSl
stminsicr, B.C.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Watei
Manufacture j  if
J. HENLEYl
NEW   WESTMINilLR.  B. j,
elephon*   13. Cff'ce. Eighth j
����������������������������������������������������������.����,!
1       HORSE
SHOEING
WOOD .WORK. AND!
REPAIRING  OF ALL]
KINDS
- Done At-
Benson &
At   Dick   Benson's   Old  Stand,
St., Next to F.-shion Livery.
r*********44
principal  or interest is in arrears;      school on Lull
.Vow Therefore, the Municipal Coun- sand  ($60,000.00J dollars for tho erec-
cil of the Corporation of the City of tion of a High school.
New Westminster enacts as follows: An*- Whereas, by Section 40 of tho
1. It shall be lawful for the Mavor   the   Public  Schools   Act   1905,   as   re-
CRAIG REALTY CO.
Room   8.  Thompson   Block.
Phone 629.
Amendment Act
or bodies corporate, who may be jri]i|i.906, any statute to the contrary noting to advance the same on the credit! withstanding, the Council of any city,
,of tbe debentures or registered Btock (town or rural municipality in the
jceitiflcates hereinafter mentioned, any ' Province including the City of Van-
sum or sums of money, not exceeding couver and City of New Westminster,
'in the whole the sum of One Hundred ' ma-v in eacb and every year pass a
land Fifty Thousand ($150,000.00) dol- Bylaw or Bylaws for levying especial
liars, and to cause the same to he paid   rate of not more than Five  (6)  mills
8. This Bylaw before the final passing thereof, shall receive the assent
of the electors of the said city in the
manner required by law.
Her,.ived the assent of the elect n
on the day of 195 I
Reconsidered and finally passed In
open council the day of
1910.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO RENT���-FURNISHED ROOM. 204 I
Agnes street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. AP-
ply 818, Milton sn-eet.
FURNISHED BOOMS FOB LIGHT
housekeeping to rent. Apply to A. H.
Ferguson, Pythian   Hall  building.
TO   LET ���UNFURNISHED   THREE
rooms; electric light. Appiy 2?,?.
Eleventh street or 746 Columbia St.
���
TO   RENT.
TO LET���THE BASEMENT AND
store in the K. P. block; suitable
for store rooms, skating rink, or
-moving pictures, etc., etc. For particulars apply to John Forrester.
Sec. K. P. Trustees, 517 St. George
street, City.
TO   BENT���AN   8-ROOMED   HOUSE
on Seventh street. Apply Wilson,
Cook & Co., Northern Crown Bank
building.
LOST.
LOST���POCKET BOOK CONTAIN-
lng sum of money and valuable
papers. Name on pocket book, S.
N. Lupton. Finder please return
to Kelly, Douglas & Co., Fiont
street   and   obtain   reward.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTI NG
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow  Press
near The Daily News Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner  Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets,
Phone 630.
on the dollar for school purposes, and
the Council  may in addition  to such
City���Lot
Third   and
into the treasury of the said city for
the purposes mentioned herein,
2. It shall be lawful  for the Mayor'rate aPPb' any portion of tlie ordinary
to cause any number of debentures or revenue to school purpose-
registered   stock   certificates     to     be J     Antl   Whereas,   it   appears  that   the
made, not exceeding in the whole the!an,oimt required to meet the current
sum of One Hundred and Fifty Thou-1 year's ordinary expenses of maintain-
few   choice  sand   ($150,000.00)   dollars,   for   such i inS   tise   schools   will     exhaust     the
sums of  money as  may be required, jarhount authorized to be levied under
not   less   than   $100.00   each,   or   an
| equivalent expressed In pounds sterl- j 1005.   as   re-enacted  by   said   Section
,ing of the  United Kingdom of Great'30   of   tlie   Public   Schools   Act   1905,
on   Ninth   street   between   Britain and Ireland, at a value of -i.W, '��� Amendment Act  1906. and It  will  be
Sapperton���We    have    a
view   lots   on   Blair   avenue   very
cheap;  $25 down, balance monthly.
Worth Investigating.
NOTICE
Take notice that the above la a true'
copy of the proposed Bylaw which will
be taken Into consideration by the
municipal Council of the City of New
Westminster one month from the date
of tlie t'ust publication thereof in the
"Daily News" newspaper, which first
publication took place on the lUth day
of June. 1910. and that a vote of the
electors of the city will be taken on
the said proposed  Bylaw on the lllh
Section 40 of the" Public Schools Act Iday flf J"'-' 1''lf'- b��twe��i lh'' 1,ol"'s
of nine o'clock a.m. and five p.m., at
the   following   places,   namely:     The
Council Chamber. Civic Building:   the
Fourth   avenue;   unsur-  to  tbe  pound sterling;   and  all   such (necessary also to apply a portion of
passed  view.    Price only  $950.
j debentures or  registered  stock  certl-;the  ordinary   revenue   for   such   pur-
; ficates shall  be sealed with the seal j poses.
of   the   corporation,   signed   by     the      And WhereaB, It appears that if tho
Mayor   and   countersigned     by     the i 8a^ 8,lrn ��f $97,500.00 be appropriated
once,
cation.
Price  and  terms  on   appli-
South Westminster���'/J acre view
lots on ear line at Brownslrlle.
Price %ih1 per lot; Vioash, balaace
easy.    If yen  want a heme, secure
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner  Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets
Phsne 680.
Modern 8-roomed  house,  ideally situated;   close ln.    If you are looking
for such^a place (all and see us at  treasurer   thereof,  or "by  such' other i(rom the general revenue of the city
person  or  person.?  as  may  be there- ���for tJle current year, the rate of taxa-
unto lawfully authorized. j tion   will  be  excessive,  and  It   ls  ex-
3. The said debentures or registered , pedient  that  such  excessive  taxation
; stock certificates, shall be payable on   should be avoided, and  the said sum
the   first  day  of  July,   1960,  at  such!ahould l,e raised on the credit or the
place or places as the Council of the  corporation,  and  that debentures    or
.said   corporation   may   from   time   to  registered stock certificates should be
one ��t M as they are the cheap- |f|me appolnt wiUl tho approval of th    Issued for that amount.
est and nearest lots on the market. | holderH  lliereof( and  BhaH bPar ltU(.r.|     And Whereas, for the payment of In-
est at the rate of four and one-half per terest on the debentures or registered j flee until 4;Oo p.m., on Monday, July
centum per annum, payable half year- stock certificates proposed to be Is-j 4, 1910, for the construction of a steel
ly on the first day of January and the,8ueJ under this Bylaw, and for ereat-tug boat.
first day of July in each and every t lng a sinking fund for the payment j Plans, specification and form of con-
year, and the debentures shall have Ot tfle Baid debentures or registered j tract can be seen and forms of tender
attached to them coupons for the pay- stock certificates, when due, lt will obtained at this department, at the
ment of interest, which said coupons.be necessary to raise by special rate, offices of G. A. Keefer, Esq., district
shall be signed by the said Mayor.      j In   addition   to   all   other   rates,   each ] engineer,   Post   Office   building,   New
Fire Hall, Sapperton.  and the Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Cltv Clerk.
City Hall, June 11, 1910.
SEALED TENDER8 addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Steel Tug Boat for British
Columbia" will be received at this of-
JOSEPH TRAVERS
REAL   ESTATE.
Columbia    St.,    Next    Todd's    Music
House���Phone   703.
NOTICE
TENDERS WANTED.
For painting St. Barnabas church,
corner of Tenth street and Fifth avenue.
The church to he given two coats
of good paint, all necessary cleaning
to be done.
The roof to be well tarred.
Tenders to be sent before June 18.
to . W.   NELSON,
221 Queensboro street, City.
IT PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
tHE        DAILY        NEWS
4. A special rate on the dollar shall , year during the currency of the said
be levied and raised In each year, in  debentures or  registered  stock  certi-
addition to all other rates, on all the  8<S&tes tbe  sum  of   iA>ur    Thousand,
rateable property of the city, sufficient  Nine   Hundred   and   Thirty-three   and
to  pay tne  interest upon  the  deben- 70-100  ($4,933.70)  dollars;
tures or registered stock certificates,'    And Whereas, in order to raise the
For Sale���5-roomed cottage close  in;'and to create a sinking fund for the'said yearly sum of $4,9.13.70, an equal
large lot.    Price $2,500;   $500 cash, j payment of the principal thereof when I special rate on the dollar will  be re-
Balance on  very easy terms. due, subject to any act or enactment  QOfred to be levied on the whole rate-
 7��� : ; ��� ' respecting the same. I able   property of   the   City    of    New
Fo.   .Sal!_5ro.,?n   "ttfBB   dose   In.j    0   Subject as aforesaid, there shall : Westminster.
Price $2300;   $300 cash;   balance to be raisefl iinnualiy hy 6pecial rate as I     And   Whereas,   the   whole   rateable
suit  purchaser. | aforesaid, during the currency of the  property of the said city, according to
We   have   some   real   good   snaps  in   8;d(1  debentures  or  registered    st0,k  the last revised Assessment Roll there-
house  property.    Call  and  see  us I certificates, the sum of Six Thousand, |& _ Seven Million, Two Hundred and
about  them.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
REAL   ESTATE.
Columbia    St.,    Next    Todd's    Music
House���Phone 703.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%   to  25  H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
j Seven Hundred and Fifty (|6,760.00) ||Porty-nine Thousand and Ten i$7,
j dollars for the payment of the Inter-1$48,010.00) dollars;
est thereon, and the sum of Eight An<- Whereas, tho total amount of
Hundred and Forty and 32.100 ($840.-; tl,e existing debenture debt of the
32) dollars to provide for the pay-j^aid city is One Million, Six Hundred
ment of  the principal. j **���*���   Seventeen   Thousand,   One   Hun-
6. The proceeds of the sale of thu! drfd ($1,017,100.00) dollars, irrespec-
sald debentures or registered stock ;tive ot tlle 8Um of Two Hundred and
certificates shall be applied as fol-1 Twenty-seven Thousand ($227,000.00)
lows, and not otherwise: towards j dollars proposed to be raised under
paying the cost of the passing of this  the "Street Improvement Debenture or
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
Registered Stock Bylaw, 1910;" the
'Fire Debenture or Registered Stock
Hjlaw, 1910;" the "Lulu Island Bridge
Debenture or Registered Stock Bylaw
1910," and the "Parks Improvement
Debenture or Registered Stock Bylaw,
Edmonds Waterworks.
Notice ls hereby given that all parties requiring water service are requested to make application on printed
forms, to he Obtained at (he collector's Office,  as early  as possible.
C. T. SAUNDERS, C,  M. C.
be made or repaired ont of the moneys   loan from any person or persons, body ' Municipal Hall,  Edmonds, B. C, May
borrowed under this Bylaw unless the   of bodies corporate, who may be will-      23, 1910.
Bylaw and the Issue and sale of the
I debentures or  registered  stock certi-
I ficates therein  referred  to, recouping
(the treasury  of  the   city   such   sums
las  have  been  this  year  expended   In
street  works, or may be so expended
until the proceeds of the sale of tho 1191(>." of which none of the principal
said debentures or registered stock or Interest is in arrears,
certificates have become available, the1 Now Therefore, the Municipal Coun-
maklng, improving and repairing of ca of tlle Corporation of the City of
such streets and sidewalks In the city N'ew Westminster enacts as follows:
as may be deemed expedient by the l- -l s,la" he lawful for the Mayor
council, but no sidewalk or street shall i of  the  said  city  to  raise  by   way of |
Westminster, B.C., and William Henderson,  Esq.,  resident  architect,  post i
office building, Victoria, B. C.
Persons tendering ure notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on thc printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and
places of residence, in the ease of
firms, the actual signature, the nature of the occupation and place of
residence of each member of the tlrni
must be given.
Tenders must specify lime of delivery of tug boat at New West minster, B.C., free of till risks and charges.
The   Department   does   not   bind   itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, June fi,  1910.
Ready
Money
A   GOOD     FRIEND    ALWAYS
If you deposit your money
lor
safety In The Bank i f Toronto
lt. wiil be safe while you leave
lt. and ready when .ou need".
and It wll] be
AUTheTime
earning for you threi  per "~l
interest.    Small or large suit-
may be deposited Bt &DJ
time.
80   BRANCHES
In   Ontario,
CAPITAL
RE8T   ...
Quebec
West.
and
the
$4,000,000
4.750,000
Bank of Toronto
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. &
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Mgr.
Newspapers wlll not he paid for
this advertisement if they Insert it
without authority from the Department.
White Star-Dominic
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw,  14,900 tons-
S.S. MEGANTIC���
Twin screw, 14,900 tons.
largest and most modern
commodation equal to any
Ing the  Atlantic.
For Rates . nd"~Ti^ets App'X t0
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER^
NSTEB
HO---
���*��.
Ice*'
^eer, ���
District
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Es I
U will no
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,igned wl
. jtatlng '
tt : n
i lhe ������ '
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I
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llar.ds wd
Land doll;
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fcen called u
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���e tender   1
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CITY  OF   NEW WESTMir
Notice.
waiting
on
Ol
All   vehieles   while
lumbia street must statu
with   the   street,    and
against   the  sidewalk,,  so  n ^.^
lengthWial
���ot back i*l
for
">"V "a su.iie.en.  room -���   fo
1S8I
ill"
and e.peolally the Are teag ,���
alone the atreei with sai<
public. ,���   .   dcN^'.
By  Order: W.  A.  DJg c,erK,
City Hall, May 27, 1910-
I MONDAy
JUNE
1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.      1
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Notice   to   Contractors���Tenders   for
Laying   Water   Main:
Tenders will bl
LOCAL IMPROVEMENT NOTICE.
Tbo Municipal Council of ths Corporation ol the City of New Westminster
,��� .._   ^dressed  to
IrtALED1^ and endorsed "Ten-
5      ,     l        t*_\         "                                              	
f [1)1    "...   |.c   ret""  . IlllV  I  "'���'",31      i*.a^"*"A      H'K"     ��"�����     mmmma     u,vvv | m��j . ^m^^^^^^
mbia." *'������,   on WeJne., ��� ' ���f   ��.'feet Bach of ���-'���-������������(--- aud 13-lnch Lap       To construct cement concrete side
 " welded   Steel   pipe.    The  tender  In- walks on both sides of Tenth street
! eludes hauling tha pipes, fixing of all   from  Sixth  avenue  to ~
! valTos   aud   specials,   construction   of
j,,n and form of con-iK.M_._._   .,,i.���rtu   ,.t,-     pinna   ,,i-,,n
���"   , prcil
MK_W    '      ^^rtrtr��__ed     tO                 �����/���"���       'am*-.        ......... ""����   "i    im.-<_llj    Ol    .\ C W     \\ l-.l Ul 1 IliUT
'vfr\iii:K.S    *UUI      ��Ten,      Tenders will be received by the un- having by resolution determined and
. '���_   and e,ulorBV,,...   cq.  derslgned for the laying and Jointing specified that it is desirable to carry
S Dredge tor  Bnua            of about, fourteen (14) miles of 2B-lnch out   the lollowing  works,  that  is  to
*�� j     ���   'i,ed kt    !       July I Steel   ltivetted   pipe   and   about   8,nun say:
. ,,,   on Wednesday. J   *  fpet imc-. 0* 12-lnch aud 13-lnch Lap To construct cement concrete side-
PLAGUE fQUKD M
IMMIGRANT SHIP
'
VICTOR   A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room 6, Gulchon Building.
Ph one  681
1 V for the  ��
ll* ' ',11   Twi
construction of  a
u  Screw     Barge
��*
L^n
spe*'
be seen at
.1 form
WS tinder bridges, culrerts, etc.
IS OI  tenOBJ  I ...1������i���,....|,���,q     ninilltti
..  -....���.   ... Teuth  avenue.
���    ���.   except on the east side of said street
Plana, profiles,  between  Siitl     ~"  ""-'-"-    ���
tender I'���������'  '     ���  ��� "��� l -     �����*����   and   Eighth   avenues,
the specifications,  couditious  of  contracl   also on both sides of London, Edln-
������*"" . iids   iic'.i&t,"ie" ''.',..,'and  further  Information  may  be ob-lburgh, Dunlin  and  Hamilton   *~
u��fda.L" *Ml.-li��ud. Esq^���bU^. |talned from the C��-  ' ��'" .-!..-<..,..,  	
^Merchants Ban*
:ineer. ��    Montreal;   J
.. Stree .,.  ro:
nk   Hldg-,  St. j
J.   G.
singi | Engineer,
J.   W.
'ity and Waterworks
H. Blackman, on re
V.
....,,,,,,  ,.,,u   uam.iuw   streets,
and Seventh avenues between
1 enth  and Twelfth streets
Eighth
Three Cases Discovered at
Honolulu Among Russian
Laborers From Siberia.
lest!'-
��"*""" Iderce      HI   tlie   Cfl8e   ��f
Bees of re nature, the nature
j actual Kh   _  ^^  nf rcsl
firm
   v60,|     And   that  the  said   wuiks  shall  be
     _ receipt of  carried  out In accordance  with   the
A marked cheque provisions of the Local Improvement
���  -���   --    ,, --1 celpt of a marked cheque, value
- ...Engineer, Confederation , be returQed on
Dlst*   '.        o, Ont., and 0. A. I    ^ fide t(.u,1���, ^^^^^^^^
"B K a   Uisttict Engineer, *>cw  for  5  per  ,.,.,���   ���,   the amount must | General Bylaw. 1909.
(|er'   ,'.',: i ,���  , ,,,���, accompany each tender.
**.���*    tendering are notified that,    Tender8  wlll  ,���.  received  up to 6
persons ; :onsldered un less j Ju_.  , r] h(_ _t
- ii !  r"n11,8 rSn-1   or   any   tender   not   necessarily
ide on tnei ,.  ,u.tlial  slgna-
Tttng their occupations    and \<-c* DUNCAN
ac-
k the
and place
r;:,  u-��
pte glje: clfy llmP of de-
I- Vancouver,  B.C.,
faof dre chargeB,
fcolall rl accompanied
I.     - ,   ,,n a chartered
W-' j       the       order
L.    1' the      Minister
\ ,     .!    twenty-live
lunds anJ ,.  (|(l|)   whlch
I .i,. person tender-
.  !,!.��� a contract
j*��" , do so, or fall to
fcaJJ contracted for.   II
V.;;... :   '     accepted     the
,    '���" ,: ned.
kS��  ���������������'���",hin;;rlf
I egt or any tender.
'       ,u,,N TBSSIER.
Secretary.
,fP, ��� Works.
J ���   ^"he   Paid   for
���""Shemenl   If   they   insert   it
ental  authority.
^^^^^^^^^^^ Clerk.
City  Hall, New Westminster, June
8, 1910.
And the City Engineer and City Assessor having reported to the Council
'""  accordance with the provisions of
ln
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
 '
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, anu in London, Eng
land. New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mex'co City. A genei I
hanking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued available with
correspondents In all parts <*. the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of .1 and upward,
and interest allowed al '���', per cent, per
annum   (present  rate).
Total   Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Man:., cr.
tbe said bylaw upon the said
works, giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable!
against tho various portions of real
property to be benefited by the said'
works and otber particulars and the
said reports of the said City Engineer
and City Assessor having been adopted by the council.
I     Notice   Is   hereby   given   that   the
said   reports   are   open  for   Inspection
at the Office of the City Assessor, City
Hall, Columbia street,  N'ew  Westmln*
I ster, B.C., and that  unless a petition
nsi  the  proposed    works    above
i n entioned,  Blgned  by  a   m ijoi Ity  of
the owners of the land or real property  to be assessed or charged in respect  of such works representing at
least  one-half in value thereof is presented   to  the  Council   within  fifteen]
days from the date of thi   first publication of this notice tlie Council will
proceed  with  the  proposed  Improvements   under  such  terms  and  conditions as  to the payment  of the cost |
of such Improvements as tiie Council,
may by by-law In that behalf regulate'
and  determine and also to make the
said assessment
Hated this 9th  day  of  June.  A.D.,
1910.
W.
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
: er wharf at 3 P.  V. daily except Saturday, and
on ��    . Sti \ eston  and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Ticket    it 1    C   K.   H. ticket ofiice and on hoard steamer.    Eli ������
tri iti   -stem every hour  (on the half-hour) for Vancou-
  A. DT'NCAN.
City Clerk.
Hate of  first   publication,  the  10th
day of Tune, 1910.
LAND  ACT.
Honolulu, June 10.���Three cases of
P ie have been discovered among
the Russian immigrants who arrived
today on tbe Japanese liner Nippon
Maru. The Russians were brought
here from Siberia to work on tlie sugar plantations iu the islands. The discovery of the plague cases was made
during the examination of tbe immigrants at the immigration station and
probably will result in all the Russians who came on the Nippon Maru
'��� ��� quarantined.
The planters of Hawaii have had
mth h trouble with Russian immigrants
and their experiment of bringing la-
bo;' rs from far away Siberia to work
on the BUgar plantations in the genial
climate in mid-Pacific has not been
a happy one. it has bul added another element, and a disturbing one.
to the heterogeneous population in
.-'amis   representing   move  than
1 llfferent  nationalities, and in  no
waj solved the perplexing labor problem.
The first problem was a shipload of
Ru   ilans who  refused  to  go to  work
upon arriving here and have heen    a
source of much annoyance to tiie au-
thoiities.    Their  refusal   to  work  on
thi   plantations  was  followed hy  the
arrest of their  leaders for  vagrancy
and this resulted ln complaints to the
Bl  te department through the Russian
consul-general  at  Yokohama and  ambassador at Washington, of maltreatment, false promises and the request
that  they he sent back to Siberia at
the expense of tbe planters.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE
Architect and Engineer.
625 Columbia  St.
HOPE & barker. Architects.
New   Westminster���Vancouver.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
NOTICE    TO    CONTRACTORS.
Tenders will be received by thet
undersigned for tlie construction oi.'
tbe first section of the Canadian
Northern Pacific Railway from New
Westminster easterly for a distance
of sixty miles. Tenders io include
the grading, bridging, masonry, track
laying, ballasting and erection of tele-
1 graph line.
Plans, profiles and specifications
may be seen and Tender Forms procured at the office of T. II. White.
Chief Engineer. Room 15, 133 Hastings Street West, Vancouver.
Total work to be completed by June
1, 1911, and tenders to be received
at our office. Toronto, not later thaia
June 15, 1910.
MACKENZIE, MANN & CO., LTD.
LAND  ACT.
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
Phone   383
Gardiner & Gardiner
iF. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District of New Westmins'.er.
Take notice that Simon Henry
Clowes of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, building inspector, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the S. E. point of a small island lying;
! in channel between Granite island and!
Nelson Island; thence northerly, westerly, southeily and easterly, along that
shore to the place of commencement.
containing 10 acres more or less.
SIMON HENRY CLOWES,
Applicant.
Per JOHN  P. BAGGS.
April  20. 1010. A gent-
LAN D ACTS.
Set the Fan-ous   Fraser   River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc.
��� ;  to Steveston,   Saturday  afternoons,  11.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
Take notice that James Bateman,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, stonecutter, Intends to apply for permission
to  purchase  the  following   described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of a small island
lying about 10 chains north of Nelson
island: thence northerly, 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, 1010. Agent.
TWENTY-ONE JOCKEYS
RODE  FOR   KING   EDWARD!
It may surprise moat people to learn
that no fewer Mian twenty-one Jockeys
have worn the r-"\al colors successfully on the flat, and the following
.record deals with their flrst winning
'mount for the king:
Fred Archer was the first horseman
to score for the king in a race under
' Jockey   Club   rules,   lie   having     the
mount on Counterpane in tlie Maiden
Plate at Sandown park in 1886.   The
second  jockey  to bear the  colors to
'; victory was George Barrett, who rode
Galliffet  in  a  selling  plate  at   Good-
. wood in 1889, and for some time after
this Barrett  was  the  regular  jockey
New Westmister  Land  District.
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLeo-
=  nan. of Vancouver,  British Columbia-
occupation  contractor, intends to ap-
Phone 730  piy   for   permission   to   purchase   thee
following described lands;
Commencing at a post planted at.
the southeast point of the island situate about four   (4)  chains (rom Tiin-
  ber limit No. 38733, thence northerly
All   Jobbing   Promptlv   Attended   To and westerly and southerly and east-
__ erly   around   the   shore   at  low   tide-
to place of commencement, containing
four  acres,  more  or  less.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.
J. F. BAGGS, Agent.
March 17, 1910.
Room 6, Westminster  Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence  Phone 133
P.  O.  Box 395 M
McMurphy & Craig
Heating  and  Plumbing
Colonial  Block
Model Bakery
H. C. Mark & Sons
Cor. Fourth Ave. and Second St.
Manufacturers of the bread
that is making N'ew Westminster famous. Also choice cakes,
cookies and candies. Our obliging drivers will be more than
pleased to call.    Phone 435.
for his majesty's horses.
f
LOTS
$300 EACH
cross-l
Place $50 a lot on top of this price
and they would still be good buying. In D. L. 30, Burnaby, two
blocks from Edmonds, comprising
all of block A, with the exception
of 21 and 22, $6000 for the bunch
One-third cash, balance 6,12 and
18 months.
ng on Co
nn        ,_n
rssi
to i��'sS
w
w
lor   HIS  Uliljt-ni.  o  ..��. ..	
j In the following year Pierrette was
ridden to victory in the Clumber Plate
at Doncaster by Blake; while U. Chal-
oner scored on the same animal In the
Inauguration Plate at Portsmouth
park. The only successful animal belonging to his majesty in 1892 was
The Vigil, who carried off the Sta.id
Nursery Han Heap at the second October meeting at Newmarket, she being ridden by Walter Bradford, and in
lSit'3 G. Barrett was the jockey on
eacli winner.
The  season  of  1S94  gave  three  of
the most prominent riders their first I
royal successes, and singularly enough
the same animal, Florizel 11. was re-.
sponsible tn  each case.    These  were
T. Loates, J. Watts and M. Cannon.!
The first named rode mm In  n.c-  ol. i
James Palace Stakes at Ascot, but on
the  following  day,  in the  Forty-first
Triennial, J. Watts had the mount. J.
Cannon bestrode him when he won the
High-Weight Handicap    at    Brighton
later in the year.
In the following year  (1895)  T. J.
Calder steered  Florizel II.  to  victory
In the Prince's Handicap at Gatwick,
and also later in the Manchester Cup;
but  then  Watts  became  his  regular
pilot.    Then in 189G came Mr. Lush-
Ington, who was up on Safety Pin in
the  Andover   Stakes   at    Stockrldge,
while Otto Madden made his flrst successful appearance in the king's jacket
on the same animal ln the Alexandra
Plate at Doncaster.    Later N. Robin- '
son steered Eclipse when that horse
won the Selling Plate at the flrst Oct- j
I ober meeting at headquarters.    Next
year D. Thlrwell scored on Safety Pin
1 in   the   Members"   Plate   at   Llngflold
October meeting.
"Tod" Sloan altogether rode three
winners In the royal livery, his flrst
being on Nunstich In the Old Cambridgeshire in 189S. His other two
successes were gained two years later
on Lucknow ln the Portland Plate at
Doncaster, and on Lord Que* In the
Ditch Mile Nursery at Newmarket
second October meeting.
I In 1889 O. Madden rode Lucknow to
success In the Apprentices Handicap
at the second July meeting at Newmarket.
With   the   appearance   of   Diamond
Jubilee   th .   English   race  followers
introduced   to   Herbert   Jones.     Tho
horse had  shown such  a dislike  for
both  J.  Watts  and  M..  Cannon  that
Jones,  who was  hla  usual  nttendant
at home and appeared always on good
terms with  him. waa entrusted  with
his handling in hts races, and this association proved happy In Its results.
Diamond   Jubilee  developing  Into     a
"Triple  Crown"   winner.    Since  that
day Herbert Jones hns been the recognized Jockey for the king, nnd wns indeed tho last to wear the colors victoriously.
|     In 1900, Reginald Jones, a brother of
Herbert rode a winner for the king,
this being Choroid In the Newmarket
St.   Leeer.    Then   In   the    following
year. W.  Hlges was enabled to  add
his name to the list bv the success of
Slim Lnd In the Sandringham Stakes
nt Sandown park.    Hlgga subsequently rode Coxcomb, the -vtnner of the
| Welter   Handicap   at   Doncaster   the
8ame ye��r.
C. Trigg. In 1908. donned the royal
sllka on Slim had in the Wellington
Cup at Sandown park, and had the
satisfaction of petting his mount home
ta front, while W. Sax by steered Mary
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
EFFECTIVE   SUNDAY,   JUNE   5.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Re Lots number 14 and 15, Blocfit
4, New Westminster suburbs.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of Title Number 6692 A. issued
in the name of Eustace Alvauley Jenns
has heen filed in tbla office.
Notice Is hereby given that I sfiall,.
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in
the meantime valid objection be made
to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C., May 12, 1910.
Leave New Westminster;
5:45���Connects with train to Sumas
and Transcontinental No. 97; arriving
New Westminster 7:43.
9:10���With   No.  2  going east;   also
connection for Nicola and train from
| Agassiz,    Kootenay,    Okanagan    and
Sumas;    arriving   New   Westminster
10:18,
16:23���With train for Agassiz. Koo
j tenay points, Sumas and St. Paul; returning arrive Westminster 18:12.
!    19:35���With No. 96 Tranacontinen-1
i tal eastbound and trains from Mission,
i Nicola and Okanagon points, and N'o.
1   from   east;   arrive   New   Westminster 22:02.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
H. C. B.  FOSTER, A. G. P. A., Van
couver.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver  Landings
The New Sternwheeler
S. S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, witli
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. tn.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd,
New  Westminster.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
LLKintSS. Sailings
NOTICE!
is
On and aft��r Jun�� 5.
STEAMSHIPS  FROM  VANCOUVER
to  Victoria.
10:00 a.m    Daily 1
1:00 p.m  Daily
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a.m    Daily
11:00 p.m Daily except Saturday
11:30 p. m   Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m   Dally
TO   UNION  AND  COMOX.
2:00 p. m    Mondays
8:00 a. m.. .Thursdays and Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
11:00 p.m  Every Saturday
TO  PRINCE   RUPERT.
11:00 p.m.  Every  Thurs lav  and Sat.
TO STEWART  (Portland Canal).
11:00 p.m   Every Thursday
|    S. S.  Beaver leaves New  Westmln-
���ter 8 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and
'Fridays;    leaves   Chilliwack   8   a.m.
Tuesday.    Thursday    and    Saturdays.
For particulars, apply to
ED GOULET,
Agent. New Westminster.
O.  B.  FOSTER.
A. O. P. A., Vancouver.
Until further notice this-
bank will be open
SATURDAY EVENINGS
from seven to nine o'clock.
Royal Bank oi Canada
New Westminster.
F. Shute, Mgr.
J NEWSOME & SONS
|     Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
| Estimates Given. Phone 567
��� ���
I 214  Sixth  Avenue
:NEW WESTMINSTER
B. C-
Spring  ls   here���how   about   those I
plants   for   the   gardten?     Tidy,   the
Florist, can suit you to a T in anything ln "^^^^^^1
Legraye to success In the Corporation
Plate at Brighton.
Last year two other  jockeys vode
winners for the king.    Tlte flist of
these  was  Walter Griggs,   who    bestrode   Oakmere   ln    tiie    Berkshire
I Handicap at Newbury  Spring, Saint's
I Mead   at   Epsom,   and    Moorcock at
i Windsor.    D.  Maher. through an ac-
i cldent  to  Jones, had  the  mount  on
i Minoru ln the Free Handicap at Newmarket Houghroh, and the American
this time scored.    Ile had previously
ridden for the king, as at Doncaster
In 1908 he was on the back of Princess
de Galles in the Champagne  Stakes,
but  suffered  def<?Ht  Uv  ?  '''.2'.'
eggs:
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner Eighth  St. and Fifth Avenue-
PHONE 370. ���    '
The Oliver Typewriter Agency at
74*; Columbia . street la being constantly asked for stenographers. Yarn
can learn the Oliver at home. Seventeen cents a day pays for ft. See i
ton E. Sands and ask htm to tell
���il tbcat It I  :    ���
t-fif ���.
PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY.   JUNE
'3| 1910.
The Daily News
���UmllMh*'. hy Tne Dally .sews Puhltsn-
lag Company, Limited, at their offices
Comer   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
MONDAY.   JUNE   13,   1910.
PARDONABLE   PRIDE.
lie  has never contented  himself   with   being   a   mere ornan.'
:._ ind a notable char I    ���
ttitude hi  has    li pte 1 as
a conn haa been, not the t>id-
-  ; tefl ;ou, not as I do,"
bnt   "ljo even as I do aiso."    For tbe
_. A. Pag: Managing Director  Duke has at all times joinel heartily
and thoroughly in the work  of the
camp and has borne his full share of
tli - and responsil .... a imposed
upon his staff and men. This has I
secret   of   his   popularity   in   the
army and his success as a leader of.
men. '
_������
The.-;-  is a measure of satisfaction Apart  from   his  military  eminence,!
3n drav.i.'g attention to the proud po- however, the Duke of Connaught has]
aition   which  a  purely   local  concern the advantage of being a well travel-!
Jias attained   in  our  midst,  attained, led man, with a personal experience of |
too, after  a comparatively   short  ex- the overseas dominions of the Empire.;
istence,  iis   compared   with   other  in- This is one of the circumstances that
istitutions of this kind.    V.'e refer to makes  his  appointment  as  Governor-j
The Westminster Trust and Safe De- General   of  Canada  peculiarly   fitting,
posit  Company,   Ltd.,  which,   after  a and contrihutes materially to the feel-
aczrccT ol only  six  short  years, now ing of satisfaction wntch his coming to;
sees    Its    capitalization    quadrupled, Ottawa  wlll  arouse.    As a man   His
this healthy a:.'! progressive business Royal Highness is possessed of great
now cial min k a capital of one million personal charm, hearing much of that
dollars grace   of  kindliness    and    sympatbj
The   sentiment   towards   the   West- which formed so marked a feature of
minster   Trust   company   has   greatly King   Edward's   character.    There   is
changed since it was flrst launched on. probably no  Britisher whose appoint-
the financial sea.    Then, many of to- ment   to this   important   office   could
day's   most   prominent   business   and give   greater   pleasure   to   Canadians
professional   men   absolutely   refused and   the  Duke  of  Connaught  will   he
to invest, in  the company, or in any certain of a very hearty welcome upon
���way   be   connected   with   it.     They his arrival in our capital in the spring,
feared,���and   we   will   not  say   their ���
^K^acfflaseiaa
OUR   UNIVERSITY.
Tears were unreasonable at the time.
Ior the venture was something in tiie W<J _re looking forward with great
nature of an experiment, even if an ,ntereHti min.lpd perhaps with a lit-
eiperiment having the moral and ' concPrn| l0 the forthComlng estab-
flnancial backing of some of the (Uahmeat of the new mlverBltv for
shrewdest husiness men in this city
that a purely local concern, drawirii--
its working capital in a community
like New Westminster, and confining
its business almost entirely to this
���city and district, could not become a
financial success.
Time has told a different tale.   V.'e
British Columbia, towards the actual
"-���rection of which an effective move is
now 1 ��lng made by the choice of a
suitable site. It Is devoutly to be
wished, however, that the higher alms
of such a seat of learning will always
be maintained, and that It will never
degenerate   Into   a    mere    technical
have it on the hest of authority that 18choo]    gu_h   a_     Profeg30r     Weg]ejr
one of these men, who had been urged   Mm_ has Just bfen tel���n_ thg peop,e
years .go   to   associate   himself   with   (>, Montr.al  ha3 beefl ^ fate of Mc.
the Westminster Trust, and who had | Gi]] unjvers|fv
flatly  declined,  at  the  recent  annual (     Qf _0,jrse the t va]ue of .  ^
Trapp Block      Phone 714
THE TIME
to buy real estate is now,
during the lull before the
storm, while prices are stationary long enough to see
them plainly. For instance,
for a few days we can offer:
Lot 0, Block 22, Royal Avenue, at .5,000; half cash. Be
wise in time. Some day this
lot  will  be worth  $20,000.
THE PLACE
to buy is a matter of opinion. We suggest the West
end, Surrey, and Sapperton.
We have a bargain in each.
Agnes Street, 6-room cottage
on full sized lot, $4,200;
$l,50o cash. This will undoubtedly he business property.
Five acres in Block 5 of Section 36, Surrey; $S00 per
acre; third cash.
Columbia Street. Sapperton:
Two new modern houses on
four lots: $8,000 for the outfit, or separately; third cash.
AND
meeting    of    the    company    invested
verslty training   should   he-   in    the!
420.000 in the concern, and considered   bjfetAQ}  of  jr3   influenr:e   ftg "inculca.
himself fortunate in being able to do   tlon ,_t0 lhe mlndg of ,t8 memberg of
so.   And he is but one of the many.
a   proper   appreciation   of   what     are
Naturally enough, the men who fa-   tenned   the   humanities,   and   not   In
tberf.1 and nursed this financial institution to its present position are
proud of their work, not so much
perhaps because' it. is now an establish and recognized concern, but on
.account of the reasons hack of the r0(je ancj ru|e
<:auae. These reasons are set forth
in  forceful   facts  and   convincing   tit'-
its being a mere teaching centre.    A'
man   trained   in   a   university   should j
be a scholar in tiie broadest and best
sense of the term, doing his work by
reason   and   thought   rathor   than   by
The discipline of logic j
and philosophy gives a strenetii to the
mind and a balance to the understand-!
80 acres. Mount Leman,
$5,200. The soil will grow
anything the climate will
stand for. Note the terms,
11,600 cash, 1, 2 and 3 years,
i per cent.
As for
THE GIRL
sh0 won't love you the less
if you have a good piece of
real estate going up like a
sky-rocket
Rae
&
McLellan
Trapp  Block    Phone 714
��� OK.
An Economy
of Staples
Two Extra Specials in White Sheetings
Shrewd Housekeepers will take advantage of this offer. Cotton
at the present time is away up in price, but this is a snap we
bought some time ago. Come early after it, the quantity is
limited and cannot last very long.
Bleached Plain Sheeting 27 1-2 cts. per yard
Full   bleached,   S-4   sheeting;   fine round thread almost  free from
yard  to buy at today's  regular price.    Our price 27'/_c  per yard.
filling.     This   is   wi
9-4 Hochelaga Sheeting 37 1-2 cts. per yard
Absolutely  free from dressing;  21.  yards wide;  plain only;  round, even thread.    The  :.
elaga" is a guarantee in itself for  good  quality. Regular 45c  per  yard for 37*. 2c per yard.
Sheer Linen Lawn 19 cts. per yard
A special purchase of pure Irish sheer linen lawn;   10 pieces only, a most suitahle tabrl ���
Excellent   laundering   qualities, no filling or dressing whatever.    Special tale price 19c per yard.
White Victoria Lawn 10 cts. per yard
15 pieces "1-lnch White Victoria Lawn.    Excellent  value.    Sti il at the old price, 10c per yard.
Mosquito Net 3 yards for 25 cts.
White, Green, Red,  Yellow. Pink, Barred and Plain;  36 inches wide.    3 yards for a quarter.
Cotton Ripple Crepe for 25 cts. per yard
Double width Crepe, a fashionable fabric in cotton for dresses and   w,lists.    Comes  In   sl ' Re-
seda,  Mauve,   White   and   Tan;  42 inches wide.    Regular 35c for 25c per yard.
Two Specials in Pongee Silk
20-inch  Natural Pongee.   Value you cannot equal in  the city.
34-lncb Natural Pongee;   5 pieces only.   A big snap while it
Our  price   35c   per yard.
,sts.    Regular 65c for 50c p��r yard.
DON'T FORGET, WE CLOSE AT 5 P. M.
in  the annual  statement  of the   [ni,  which   the  ordlnary  education  of
company, which we publish elsewhere. Lucid, pithy and conclusive,
tbe array of figures demonstrates better than any flowery dissertation the
the class room never provides. This
is the essential difference hetween a
university training and scholastic
teaching.    It is towards this end that
���enviable   stand   of   the   Westminster   the work of our universlty mU8t be _.
Trust  in our   midst  today,  and  It.  is
safe to say ��hat with such able men
and   tried   financiers   as   P.   J
K.  I .  Webber.  M
rected if lt iH to be of real vjjlue to the
province.    It must be a place of 'fine
6YNOPSI8   OF   CANADIAN    HOMESTEAD  REGULATIONS.
Hart,  Cijjt_re  and   Its  objects  must be  to j
Any available Dominion Lands with.
In the railway bult ln British Colum
.,    ,., , .    . ,bia, may be homesteaded hy any per
ii.   .- i.iiih,  j.  j.   rnakf,  men   an(j  not mere  specialists Ison who is the aole head of a family
Jones, T. J.  Trapp iind T.  S. Annan- I and (PChnical adepts       " i0r any male 0Ter 18 yeara of age. l0
'the  extent  of  onw-quarter  section  ol
160 acres, more or less.
dale on the directorate, tho Strength
of this concern will go on increasing
in the future, if not in so rapid a
measure as in the past, at least ln
-���ji manner that will mirror ln a pleasing manner the growth and Importance of this city.       ! !*W:lKJiMl
GEYSER SPOUTS ICE WATER.      ,    Entry mU8t be maae personally at
1     , .. ,, ,    _       ,   tha  local  land office  for  the  district
One in the Yellowstone, Newly Found, ,n whlch the ,and lg B)tuaie       Kntry
Upsets Scientific Theory. jby  p,oxy  may   h0weTerp  bu made on
Helena, Mont., June 12���The most wrUln comjm0ns by the lather,
remarkable of all the natural plienom-'motber> 80n diitiEhter, brother or sis-
ena ln the Yellowstone National park|ter of an intending homesteader.
has recently been discovered by Winter Keeper Bunsen, of Norris Station.! The homesteader is required to peril Ib a geyser which plays regularly iform the conditions connected there-
every twenty-four hours and throws a ! with   under   one   ot    tiie    following
THE GOVERNOR GENERALSHIP.
  stream  160 feet high  whose water Is
The announcement that the Duke Of lice cold  Instead of boiling hot.    The
i new geyser is called the Valentine.
The usually accepted theory of gey
plans:
(1)    At least six months' residence
upon  and  cultivation of the  laud on
0>nnau_lit  will  succeed  Karl Grey as
Ctovernor-Oeneral of Canada will give'sey activity'seems to have "'rreefvo'd j60011 year for thre* year8,
the liveliest satslfaction to every Ca-! a 1f,,,ick '* % lis^vcry of ,he Vai-1    (2) If the father ( or mother, lf tn,
ientine.     The   hypothesis  that.  suhter-{father ls decased)   of the homesteadet
xiadian.    Not the least, gratifying cir- j ranean    streams   coming   In   contactIresides upon a farm ln the vicinity ot
with lime and certain chemicals gen-jthe land entered for, the requirements
orate heat and steam, which seeking Irs to residence may be satisfied by
a vent causes an eruption, fails utter-[such person residing with the father
ly to account for the Valentine's pe- or mother,
culiar action.
'/.���unistance in connection with this ap-
imintment is the fact that it is in accord with a wish expressed by our late
beloved monarch, King Ipdward VII.
Jt is ton, a pleasing tribute to the Im-
Ijortnnee und greatness of the Dominion nf Canada that there should hc
chosen to fill the vice-regal position, a
School Lands Sale Successful.
Frances, Sask., June 12.���The sale
of scliool lands on Friday was a great
sucess. Two hundred quarter-sections Ithe said land
were sold at an average of $10.01 per
acre, the highest price being $44.50.
Kreatly esteemed member of the Royal i The total sales were over the half-
million mark.
(3) If the settler haa his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him ln the vicinity of his tiome
stead, the requirements as to residence
may   be   satisfied   by  residence   upon
NOTICE!
TO REAL ESTATE MEN
My property Is taken off the market
until further notice.
JOHN JAMES  KF'FORD.
Sapperton,  B. C.
' '   v  "'<
and
'GET THE   HABIT'
SPECIAL
TODAY
���ODD  PIECES OF DINNERWARE���
At 5c, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 50c, and 75c.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and se,l for the same.
LOGICAL   ECZEMA  CURE
ENDORSED  BY  PHYSICIANS
family.
The Uuke of Connaught Is a field
marshal in the British army, ftnd has
���enjoyed   iiuite   an
his
Six months' notlce In writing should
be given to the commissioner of Do
mlnlon lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights  may   he
Old  Employee  Retired. leased   for    a  period  of    twenty-on^
Winnipeg,  June  12.���John   A.   Hob- years at an annual rental  of $1 per
extensive  military i er'B>  a   cousin   of  Lord   Koherts   and, acre.      Not   more   than    26(10   acres
.. | an   employee  of  the  city   health   do- iuhall he leased  to one  Individual  or
���experience  between   ihe  time ol   his partmeht for the last eighteen years, company.      A royalty at the rate or
MSadetShlp in  1866 and his attainment | has  been  retired on  account   of fall-'flve cents per ton  shall  be collected
ing health.    He will be pensioned hy on tho merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
��)f the highest rank,    ile has won hlsjtha city
various promotions   by   sterling  good j
���work jis a soldier.    In this respect he
"has always been held in  the hlghetit
eJBtevi  by  the  rank  and  file of  the
Farmer   Drowned,
fiuinangay,   Albt.  June  12. ��� John
PTrfckSon,  a  farmer,  was  accldentlly'thi^'aUvertUemeot'wil
drowned In the How river yesterday.
N.It.���Unauthorized
publication   of
not be paid
Dr. R. A. Folkerts, of Duluth, Minn.,
tells of his success in treating patients with D. D. D. Prescription:
"There was a man here suffering
from eczema for the last fourteen
years, and I applied the D. D. D.
treatment. I also applied It to a man
of West Duluth, Minn.,, who has been
suffering with Eczema in his feet,
and! the second treatment ln both
cases cleared the skin almost absolutely. The first application is a halm,
and its soothing effect Is beyond expression. I shall never be without It,
and shall use lt among my patients
altogether."
No matter how terribly you suffer
from eczema, salt rheum, ���ringworm,
etc., you will feel Instantly soothed
and the itch allayed at once when a
few drops of this compound of oil of
wlnteigrcen, thymol, glycerine, etc., ls
applied. The cures all seem to bo
permanent and we recommend it unhesitatingly, Frank McKenzie, Druggist.
For free trial bottle of I). D. D. Prescription write to the I). I). T). Laboratory, Department N. N., 23 Jordan
street,  Toronto.
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Weekday Schedule
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver  at  D:5u,  0:20, 6:8
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. ni.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster   at  5:50,   ��>:50,
and every half hour thereafter until 11.30 p. m.
Return  Fare:   Adults,  ���0c;   children   under  12,  86c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for  Vancouver
a.  in. and every  half hour thereafter until 11  p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster   at   8   a.   m ,  5  B.  n
every half hour thereafter until 11:30   p.   m.
Sunday P^xcurslon  Kates:   Return  fare. 50c,  children, 26c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvet
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. ��� m. Freight cars leave V ancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 6:20.
CITY   AND  SAPPERTON   LINE.
City Limits Line���20 minute service from 0:15 a. ni. to 11 i> m-
Sunduy   Service���Half   hourly between 8 a. m. and 11  p. '"
Sapperton Line���20 minute service, from 6:26 a. ni. to 111" P m'
Sunday  Service���Half   hourly between 8:3U a. m.   'nd 11 1'  ���<>���
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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The WESSELTON DIAMOND! I
We carry In stock an assortment of BLUE WHITE WESSELTONS.   ^j
Prices  In  Kings  $40  to  $400.
These  goods are  the  BEST procurable ln Canada, and Ih a I"1'
ure to show same.
HOWARD  AND LONGINE   WATCHES.
Chamberlin's
THE
JEWELER
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j Ryall Foot Powder
25c per bcx,   Try It.
Ryall's Drug Store
EYES TESTED  BY  OPTICIANS.
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a***** n4V   JUNE   13,  1910.
MONDAY. *>"	
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE UN L.
PORTING NEWS
Work Overtime
uedtrom Page One.)
[Contln
,.���h v,< sim more foolish.
,,������>   knew   HIH
W���   '.',:, , the hall right in
ill i'"1^;,";,,,! slammed it in.
ol tDe B0v0rtlme.
play started Jimmy
tlie
^;1;;;;:   	
and   things
time.    Vancou-
hance.   The hull
���i^t! the Red Shlrta and they
VANtOUVtKS UtFEAT
WESTMINSTER AMATEURS I
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.. ,   * h:iV  ;,,i' '  '     lv�� aale, lpt on Regina Btreet, hetween First
'""l Second Btreets, only (650.
months at
per ci   ���
"ii. third cash;  balance In fl und  u
SURREY
Locals   Get   Short    End   of   Seven   to
Four Score���Rough Work Not
Conspicuous.
The senior amateur lactfosee team
which  played   agalnsl  the  Terminals
I ln   Vancouver  on   Saturday   did  not
come off so well as the professionals
being  beaten  by  their opponents by
the score of seven to four.   The Van-
e home for exactly couver team did  not  have  much on
*,,'.  D Sllli"^  dr��PP��d New Westminster, but  their defence
which ought to|proved a little too Btrohg for the vial-
i
I OB a
long
****"**    '
for the man in   tors' hmm
The Teams
Goal
Westminster
...   Gray
.
Ci .-er
i- '-
li [I:
1K :��� tii '���
Centre
Heme
Outside
ie. The play was fairly clean
und Referee Bob Knight had no difficulty in keeping the players under
control.
Victoria now lias won one and lost
none,   Vancouver   wen  one  and  lost
one and  New  Westminster  lost one
Galbralth and won none.    The next game will
he   played   here   a  week   trom  next
T. Qlfford   Saturday.
The   Teams.
.''��� !i'!I"!'tll    Vancouver���Goal, McDonald;  point,
,     i,   i'''���   Matheson;   coverpolnt,  Burns;  de-
(,. ttennie fonoe   fleld   McCualgi   Donohue)   E,
_ 1 Matheson,   centre,   Calder;   home,   S.
C. spring 10unn p,.;l(.���,.k |{ Murray; outside
home, Mason; inshie home, Gllmore;
spares, Wright, Fierheller, Oil,lions.
New Westminster���Goal, E. Munn;
point, H. Digby; coverpolnt, H. Galbralth; first defence, A. Robertson;
second defence. \V. Patchell; third
defence, \v. Sangster; centre, j, b.
Fitzgerald; third home, a. Bangster;
second  home,   N.   Kenny;   lirst  home,
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One-quarter Bectlon on lljmthe road at $200 per
"ish: balance on easy terms.
FOR A BONA
One-third
Kuo^rai
Fifteen acres In Section  16, It. 5, \   u   ������ \y
One'-thlrd cash;  balance 6, 12 and 18 months at
We also have large listings
ties  in  city.
t  Jl.200 per acre,
per cent.
of business and residential proper-
ftflalins, Coulthard & Co.
REAL   ESTATE
Limited.
INSURANCE    AND    FINANCIAL   AGENTS.
1 tflMB.. E I'aT-.-jasr^^-ra^aazsn^j.^-g^ai
FIDE SETTLER
We have six acres pond hind, partly improved, 3 miles from city, l mile
from Chilliwack tram.
$200 Cash
Balance l
Price
and
.1,1
mi
Business Change
. .   Marshall
Wintemute
... Feeney
L. Turnbull
\V   Turnbull'
Victoria.
_\V   Bills, Vancouver; jC_ SlIlltli; outside, v. McPhadden;
l...    s'ew Westminster.
tultv tlmeki pers���B.   P.   Ann-
feVancouvei    H.   Major,   New
naster. ,
eres-M. Barr,   Vancouver;    J.
i s'e�� Westminster.
Goal Summary.
i Quarter���No score.
ond Quarter���C  Spring (N. W.),
side.  O.  Swanson;   spares, J.
H. McKenzie.
in-
Gifford,
PORT   HAMMOND   BEATEN.
West  End  Junior*  Wander  Far  From
Home   and   Humble   Rivals.
The   residents   of   Fort   Hammond
|        ,--.-   Wai bod i Van.., ii]*-** Strict had the privilege of wit-
I--,'- rurnbull   CN.   W.), nesting  a  lacrosse  match   on  Satur-
1 lsec.
���:h Quarter���Sumner I Van.)
McUchlin  i Van i.    6   min
W, Turnbull   (N.  W.)
28
day, when the Hest End Juniors made
a trip to that place for the purpose
of  trying   conclusions   with  the  Port
,i   mtn    Hammond   Juniors.      The   conclusion
i was satisfactory  to the  visitors, who
I W.), 3 min.' returned wl-'. five goals to the good,
re ' ' j scoring   nine   times   while   the   11am-
ptnJme$ j mondltcs   wee   rolling   ln   four.     At
rt  ouarter-Griffltb    (Van i     g half time the score stood tour to three
T GIBord (N.W.I, 10 min.  '       itn favor of l,,.e Westminster boys.
md QYuarter-AHen   (Van.),   5     The v*est Knd team was composed
| as follows: Goal. Feeney.  point, Mor-
Qua.    '���'en   (Van.),  5   ^"n;   cover   Gregory,   defence  field.
r, ,. fl  (N w>)   Cooper,   Whittaker    Currle;    centre.
' Bangster;  home field. Burr, Sinclair,
Bobaake,   Battson,   Murray.    Dr.   Me-
Ewen, of Cloverdale, refereed.
pt.  Pi ��� iltj i li     Vancouver,
N'ew v.'. itn     I      20 min.
IB
SOCIAL   NEWS.
MAIL   SERVICE.
den  party  at
atlon ; irday   after-;
���  v..-re sev-
INf* Wi ,. ople.
Following are the hours Of despatch
and arrival of mails at the New Westminster postofflce ami hour given in
r visitor In the each case being the hour of closing,
laj  afternoon,  which is ball ar hour, as a rule, be-
������   ��� was  given   a for  the actual   despatch     All  malls,
.  irday  on  the unless    otherwise    stated    are    de-
rtoaol .  from Recre-  spatched  and   received   daily  except
I been living: Sunday.    The oni)   malls despatched
and received Sunday are tbe G, N. R.
.'-An i,    ��� ,���.(! a targe south and C. P. R. cast mails, not In
woffrlei inday morning, eluding way malls, Sapperton, Frasei
of  Harry  Grif- Mills and Coquitlam.
I' im that he has -
nt to his eve
F'Jam.- if this city, paid Mais  Despatched.
r bench In front of 	
Recreation  park     8 a.m���Vancouver and Victoria via
���   irday. H   c. Electric railway.
��Bun Clarke   ,| Toronto   wlll he'    First  C.P.R.  east  taking all points
Jpatol Mi   Con Jones   of Van- east Including Langley and district
Ip. In the neai  future I    The   mall   for  Abbotsford  and   dis-
F   'louver lacrosse fans gave trlct, Clayburn and district, Hunting-
��� charming b w|8 i:i.t   week.        (don and district, and Matsqui are de-
��**��� Clark!       Gibbons,   Mathe-  spatched by way of Vancouver
pwrayand      era left last week!    8   a.m.���Hlaine    and
���'  "���   " .'    to
Kennedy Brothers having acquired the stock formerly held hy
Hale Bros. & Kennedy, Ltd., will continue the Real Kstate and
General Agency business In the same premises, Merchants Hank
Building, corner of Columbia and Begbie Btreets, under tho old
firm name of Hale Bros. & Kennedy, Ltd., until the expiration of the
necessary   legal   notice,   when   the name will be changed to
KENNEDY BROS., LTD.
The new firm purpose carrying on a conservative nnd responsible
Realty, Insurance, Loan and Trust Business, making a specialty of
CITY and adjacent properly, FARM LANDS, AND WATERFRONTAGE.
All business intrusted to them by small as well as large investors,
and all properties listed for sale or lease, will hare the closest and
most careful attention, and safe handling of trust funds, and ACCURATE AND PROMPT ACCOUNTING AND RETURNS from sales,
collections,  etc.,  are   guaranteed.
Clients will hare tho benefit of the experience, knowledge of local
values  and  judgment as  to  investments possessed by the firm.
Every endeavour will he constantly made to fulfil the legitimate
function of a Real Kstate and General Agency���that of BRINGING
SELLER AND BUYER TOGETHER to their mutual advantage.
Those having realty of any description, City, District, or Suburban, to dispose of, are Invited to list the same, with full description
and particulars as to price and tiernis, at tlie office of Kennedy
Bros., doing business at present  under the name and  style of
White, Shiles
& Company
Private   Money   to   Loan  on   Good   Improved City and  District Security.
R   85-
I.   86-
���628
���748
Columbia St.
Columbia    St.
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Contractors and
House Builders
We Kave a full   line   of   tne   Best
Builders  Hardware in tne City.
Before Building Sec Us, as wc   believe   we   can   save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   oi   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
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HALE BROS. & KENNEDY, LTD.
Merchants   Bank   Building,   corner  of  Columbia   and   Begbie   Streets.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
-   , J-.- Tat
1 r\ Otf i l"sTifW-VA':
ta
IflSSBKI
|     Only Three Lots Left
\ 2nd Street New Sub-division
Peter Peebles
Columbia   Street. Phone 307.
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;i
Seattle,    in-
Mr. 'jones  of  eluding "nil V. B. points east and south.
Buy Your Groceries At
E. J. Fader's Grocery
Friday and Saturday and Save Money
%mr v *'���' ���     \> wm:o     v ���     i ************        ��� -  ��� . ,
��nv��r. and ,ull.8 prairie, Fernridge and Hat-
le;'" A. W  r.,ay took a select  elmere. on  Tuesdays.  Thursdays and
��vow,, people to lunch In Van- Saturdays.
Thev at�� it       1    All Surrey main are received
Tho
They ate It
lord   and   Mr.
terestlng tete-a-tete  zelmere and  Pernridgt
.. oon,
l"�� had..,
IT'1*.; afti
��� :���:. .....
I *tl Kvj..   | ,,.   r,l0   W0(,k.eM(1
It .ii?"        "ll  l,",kf"1 charm-
'   '��� and hlue uniform
Mc-   Cloverdale,  except  Halls  Prairie.  Ha
which arrive
on  the  Tort  Gulchon  train  on  Tuee-
I Westminster and  days, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
11:on n.m���Vancouver. Victoria a
CANNED    TOMATOES
(Quaker   Brand)
cans  for  25c   Friday  and
Saturday   only
SEEDED   RAISINS
4   pkgs.   for   25c
went    away    from
1 hew
.it,'   ! :   ''"���"'    Of    impromptu
���led from the ele-
"v';;'' Recreation park on Bat-
" Joni    responded,
Central Park, via B. C. Electric rail
Mails  Received.
||��lfc_   Beat   Ti^s'
1H��H��..i      8Be Kame on Sl,,ur'
���_ tn ii   .       'K *e Tigers into
The      m'   '"  M"
ree   ko;i!s   to
830  am���Vancouver  and  Victoria
Including    C.    S.   matter,     and     also
(except Tueeday)  via  B. C, Blectrit
railway. , ,..���
'i un to 10:00 a,m.���Strawberry ��ui,
by courier  I Tuesday and WdW)-
9:15 a,m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
11 '   ''      '       '(���   p,  U. eist   <U;>- ���     ���������
Mills   and   C
PRUNES
25   lb.   box   $1.10
COOKING   FIGS
4 lbs for 25c
8:30 a.m.-
Bapperton,  Fraaei
Pthea' til    '"''^T,  }%th*\   12:00 p.m.-C P. R-ea.t
tral Part
rubber each time
* Th, i',',,'.'1:;   '   I    Hie first ,    ,
m.Zm
of Hie Titters waa
u'^' Period hy BUery.
���LEApS   '.GAIN
l :30 p.m.
2:30 p.m,
and  Fiaser  Arm _���������. r
|.-;,.1 Bui ii tl .   by eouner
Burquitlam, by courier.
a ir, p.m.~Blalne and Seattle,    m-
cludlng all f. B  points
7:00 p.m.-KfV'Istoke local and l
p it Intermediate point*
HE   BALMORALS] wav.
1:30  p.m.-St 1 a-a!"
fUt
WALLOP
^^ ^..way ftwber
ffNntaln    '���. ":;"", ����'��   Maple ' courier (Tues.hiy and I
11   Place at thel    1-30 n.m.���Ladner and
rurau i       "��'   in
STRAWBERRY  JAM
Best   quality   only   15c   bottle
JELLY    POWDERS
Assorted flavors, 90c doz.
BEST   RICE
6  lbs for  25c
CORN   STARCH
2 pkgs for 15c
NO.    1    POTATOES
75c per tack
IMPERIAL   FLOUR
A   Good   Bread   Flour
Only   $1.60   per   eack
GOOD   CREAMERY   BUTTER
Only  30c  per  Ib.
CHOICE   ALBERTA   CREAM
ERY   BUTTER
3   lbs   fop $1
COFFEE���"OUR   8PECIAL"
35c per  Ib. or 3 lbs. for $1
Will   Please You
TEA���"OUR   8PECIAL"
35c per Ib. t>r 3 Ibe. tor $1
Will   Bring   You  Back  for  More
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*
I  June Weddings
Wo nre ahle lo fill In your wants In the Wedding (ilft line from
$1.00 and up. If It Is a Wedding Ring, or nn Engagement Hint;.
we can null the  most exacting requirements.
We sliall be pleased to have you call and consult us.
John B. Gray
WATCHMAKER  AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Tru.t   Block. Columbia   St.
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E. J. FADER'S GROCERY
TELEPHONE 97 Corner of Carnavon and 8th Sts.
"     i'iace    in    ine i:;ii|    n.m.���U��uu<  ,    ..   ,.,1
defeating tho Bai- points. Basl Burnaby, Queenaboro aW
.. , , "r seven  to five.
Iin h''' " t,eaf8&��OOd start
Ri" ll��"' tI.vyH.),ayed mu<* bet-
lmC,r"\vi   ;; ^''-"'i tbemtoa
C, ;v ���,;..;���' ��� -K-..1 ��au*
tSCV���''���"; Corb��".p;
J_%��'!
But]
and
Burquttlam, by courier.
2:80  p m ���Vancouver
Biding, via G   S. R. ��JJh.    t)    ftnd
3 p.m. Cloverdale, .
Port Kells. dally. Clayto.
Thuraday, Friday and Sn
head o��� Tneadaj and Frl
s. ^H'(i,    wuni
",; 8teinlr'Jb; i,
' 'laiiL-, if.
���St,*
1 ���  Ralph smith
Cun����ld,   rf;   Dehlale
,,..[, Tuseday and FTldsy
tl  I   M        >�������
itnlny an  ''Vlrn  nml
Victoria via  V	
Blaise   and   Seattle   ������
east and south,
RESULTS OF SATURDAY'S GAMES.
FRENCH DERBY.
Or du   Rhln  II.  Wine Claaaic  Chan-
tllly  Event.
Parts, June 12.���The French Derby
was run tori, y over the Chantiliy
euurae and was won by Or du Rhln
Port  Hammond,  t.
ii.
4-on p.m    Vane   ��� ;   ' l4,ltt_
,���;,.   v'1;l  B. C   Klectrli   i ��� . ,,   U   New Weatuuuaier-Hu*
II  1^    ��� .L,,--   !    Vl.ers. 1.
a-   ' i
Saaeball.
i poln i s0Utli i ,    ���  Leafs, 7;   BalmoralB, 5.
|(1, N. 11.   'Flyer."
Lacrosse.
Senior professional at Vancouver���
N;w  W-eatminatW,   t;   Vaneouver, ���!.
-.    or imateur at Brockton Point���
1 .atmtnater, 4;  Terminals, ������
Port    Hammond���West. H., a brown colt by St. Damon, owned
Automobile Insurance
���AGAINST -
Fire - Theft - Collision
There ls a constant danger that enjoyment of your car may be
spoiled by accident or malice, but you can Insure lt at a small expense, o^ the road, ln transportation or In any building in Canada
and in the United States against fire, theft, colllalon, self-lgnl'lon,
equipment, ete. Insure your machine before you meet with an accident.   For full particulars and rates call, phone or write.
by  Mastbn   Dreynes.      Tiie  distance
was a mile and a half, ami the value I
of  the stake amounted   to   I36.2Q0.
Renard Uler,. owned by M. O. Riviere.'
finished   second   and  W.   K.   Van der- I
bill's Relnhar third. j J
ALFRED  W.  McLEOD
.   "The Insurance Man"
Suite 1, Curtis-Armstrong Blk.     Phono
mm
bono 62  ll
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,  june   13
1910.
SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING
M0*c
-OF-
-AND-
SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY, LIMITED
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Assets Now Exceed Half a Million Dollars, Directors' and Auditors' Reports, Election of Officers.
The Sixth Annual General Meeting of the Shareholders of The
W< it minsti 1 Tl 1st and Safe Leposit Company, Limited, was held li
the Board room, Westminster Trus; Block. New Westminster, B.C.. ou
the 31st May, 1 11 I, al the hour of 8:30 p.m.. with the President Mr. T.
J. Trapp, in the chair, and the following  shareholders   present:
Dr. It. Eden Walker, Capt H. Kenton and Messrs. T. J. Trapp, W.
J. Mathers, L. A. Lew..-, Peter Birrell, T. H. Smith. Hugh McDonald,
Oliver Grimmer, J. J. Jones, T. S. Annandale, .Marshall Sinclair,
Henry Morey. H. Ryall, F. J. Hart, H. A. Eastman, L. A. Dauphlnee,
E. Goulet and E. L. Webber.
The  following Bharebi Iders were represented by proxy, viz:
John Lewis, S. J. H. Chapman, G. Alers-Hankey. G. K. Ash well,
Hon Coutts Marjoribanks, Capt. E. Wilmot, Hon. Richard McBride,
Margaret. McBride, M. S. Woodward. M. R. Oliver, E. Oliver, W. G.
Clapcott, Ii. L. Reid, G. A. Croucher, D. M. Robertson, H. L. D. Young,
Henry Nelems, Nellie K. Trapp���By F. J. Hart.
Jane Baker, \V. R. Gilley, M. H. Nelems and W. S. Collister���By
E. L. Webber.
Alex.  Robertson and  E.  M. Dockrill���By   T.   J.  Trapp.
G. Every-Clayton and C. M. Dickinson���By J. J. Jones.
E. J. Laidlaw and K. E. Laidlaw���By Peter  Birrell.
Henry Kipp���By T. S. Annandale.
The Chairman called the rnee:ing to order at 8:30 p.m.
Mr. J. J. Jones moved and Mr. Peter Birrell seconded, that Mr.
E.   L.  Webber  act as  Secretary to the meeting.     Carried.
The secretary after declaring the requisite quorum present, read
the minutes of the Annual Meeting held 2fit.h May, 1909, which were
on  motion adopted, also read copy of notice calling the meeting.
A letter was read from The Hon. Richard McBride, Chairman of
the Board of Trustees, regretting his inability to be present, and wishing "..(��� company every success. On motion of Mr. Lewis and Mr.
Jones, the letter was ordered received and filed, and the secretary re-
qust.ed to convey to Mr. McBride regrets of the shareholders at not
having the pleasure of his presence at the meeting.
At the request of the chairman, the following report of the Directors was read, likewise the financial statement for the year ending
April 30th, 1910. . .,,-���-..
DIRECTORS' REPORT.
To the Shareholders ���
In presenting to you a statement of the affairs of the Company
to the close of the past year, your directors feel that the business of
the Company exhibits a very healthy and progressive condition, the
assets having been increased f-om $177,000 to $328,000, thus very
nearly doubling in twelve rnonhs, and the reserve fund for the same
period being increased from $20 000 to $50,000.
Statements have been prepared, and are before you, duly audited,
accompanied by . statement siened by the Chairman of your Board
of Trustees certifying that all securities of the Company have been
inspected and found in order.
During the past year it was deemed advisable fo Increase the
authorized capital of the Company from $250,000 to $1,000,000 which
has been done.
Since our last annual meeting, much has been done ln the way
of organization, the Company having secured the services of two experienced men, one from the Estates Department of a large Eastern
Trust Company, tlie other from the Cashiers Department of a chartered bank. Likewise our Managing Directors, last summer, while visiting the East, spent some time at the offices of several of the largest
Trust companies, both in Canada and the United States, and thoroughly Inspected the sys-erns of doing business, so as to get a genera] insight Into the methods used in both countries.
It Is Interesting to note thar our deposits have increased from
16592.29 to |58,69L77, an increase of over $50,000, showing the confidence tbe public are evincing In our institution. Likewise in the
Sa.ings Department, the most modern system of Home Savings
Banks is being installed.
In June iast the Company purchased a most centrally situated
property In the City of Chilliwack, with the object of building thereon, and have since disposed of the portion, not required for a site, at
a very handsome profit and erected a three story cement block build-
ins;, whiejj \A now bringing in a good revenue on the Investment, he-
sides possessing a property which should appreciate ln value and he
a credit both to our Company and the City of Chilliwack.
Owing to the real estate activity, a profitable channel of invest-
ment has been the purchasing of Agreements of Sale, which yields a.
w.-ry high rate of Interest, and at tlie same time when conservatively handled, proves one of thp most safe means of investing.
Another particularly pleasing feature of the year's business is the
Increase in earnings from services account and ln the opinion of your
directors the revenue from this source will now rapidly Inciease. the
Company having been named executor on a large number of Wills;
likewise now acting as trustee for several large real estate syndicates; also as assignee and liquidator, etc., etc.
The usual dividend at the rate of 10 per cent has been paid, and
we believe this rate can be maintained, besides adding a substantial
amount  annually  to our reserve fund.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
By order of the Board,
E. L. WEBBER, Secretary,
New Westminster, B.C., May 30th, 1910.
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT.
Statement   for  the   Yeai"   Ending   April  30th.  1910.
CREDIT.
By Balance May 1st. 1909	
By  Interest earned on  Investments   	
By Rent���Safety Deposit Boxes   	
By Rents  	
By Premiums on Stock 	
By Services as Assignee and Trustee	
Ly Sale Real Estate	
. J     403.08
.  17,137.21
7-
2,421 92
���  575.00
.    4.2'.'4.1^
.  . I    18.40
DEBIT.
To Dividend No. '.<, due November 1. 1909  $ 6,098.35
Dividend   No.   10,   due   May   1, 1910       6,737.95
To Interest Paid     5,473.74
To Salaries. Auditor's and Directors  Fees     2,795.1 I
To Advertising  596.57
To General Expenses    1.089 77
To Chilliwack Block Revenue account     .82
To Written off Office Furniture  '      '
To Carried to Reserve Fund   29,1 . -   0
To  Balance Carried Forward     2,485.59
,  . .---,,  -^l-. i J54.966.33
$54,966.35
Statement  of  Assets  and   Liabilities   as at April 30th, 1910.
.     ui-22_3___\ ASSETS.
Head Office Property   icost)    *4.\447.60
Chilliwack Property  icost)      28,440.00
Safety Deposit  Vaults        3,263.87
Office Furniture        1,600.00
  $ 75,651.56
Sundrv  Debtors   1.secured)        2,1 >'>'���'..'.���'.
Rent of Safety Boxes Dut           104.00
Equity in Agreements of Sale 82.715 98
Interest Due and Accrued        1,260.93
Bills Receivable  (secured)        8,525.00
Fire Insur.  Pre.   (unearned)   II. O. Bldg  85.50
Fire Insur. Pre.  (unearned)  Chilliwack  Bldg.   ...       H15.15
Western Home & Improvement Co., Ltd., Stock
Five  Share  par  value $100       500.00
Trust  Accounts  Secured     25,702.94
Rents Due  Head Office Block           436.50
Rents due Chilliwack Block  07.50
 tt22.sn.il
Agreements  of  Sale  Purchased  24,9<U.S0
Interest Due and Accrued           486.35
Mortgage   Loans     98,738.28
Interest  Due and   Accrued     1,492.46
Bank of Montreal, Balance    4,01*',.07
Cash on Hand        323.10 $130,018.11
$328,047.14
kki*.-'"     LIABILITIES.
(To the Public.)
Deposits Bearing Interest      $ 58,091.77
Accrued Interest on Deposits    70.36
Deposits on Safety Deposit Box   Keys  237.75
Trust Accounts  18.18(1.0(1
Sundry  Creditors     4.X87.4S
Agreements of Sale  40,435.50
Interest Due and Accrued    809.80 $123,312.78
(To the Shareholders.)
1853 Shares at $100 per Share     $185,300.00
Less Uncalled L'p          39,789.18
$145,510.82
Dividend   No.   10,   Due   May   :��t,   1910     6,737.96
Reserve Fund           60,000.00
 $202 248,77
Balance   to  Profit.   Carried   Fo ward              2,485,5'.)
$328,047.1 t
On  motion of Mr. Hugh  McDonald, seci 1   ���
mer. both the   Directors' and Financial    reports
animously.
The chairman then declared tlie meetlni
directors, and on motion of Mr.  Hugh McDoi
A   Dauphlnee the following gentlemen were dui3 ���
Walker, Messrs. T. J. Trapp, F. J. Hart, T. s ;; ,j
J. J. Jones, Herbert Ryall, L. A.  Lewis and W. J
On motion of Mr. J. J. Jones, seconded 1. |
1 'wing  gentlemen  were  elected to the Board of
suing year.   Hon.  Richard  McBride, Mr. G. Alei and]
J. Holmes.
On motion Mr. W. J. Walker and Mr. S. Ma M-ree
auditors for the ensuing year, the   last   mention*
the usual monthly audit.
The managing director, Mr.  F. J. Hart, !���
chairman addressed the  meeting, stating among I
demand for the Company's stock  was g<��ul   a I
being taken up by old Country clients, and rem j
holders generally speaking, were promlnen' ���,���
great  source of strength  to the Company in -���
Profitable Investments during  the  past   year  I
Company to show a profit ol 30 per cenl on lu
wise the expenses <>f the Company    had    been
minimum.
Although In the financial statement present 1 ^
tlie assets only stood at $328,047.14 as at  th.'
present moment, the assets of the Company  was
million mark, owing to new stock,   which   had   be I
end of the Company's year, and taking   in   the   0 |
the;;   true  market value, instead of at cost, BS bI
of assets.
The  managing director,  likewise thanked   I I of dirt
for  their ahle support   given  him in the pasl !
ers for re-electing blm to the board   and pron
in the past, to do his best in the Interests ol  I tnpany.
Mr. W. J. Mathers spoke of  the   very   sails!
Company's business for the past year, and moved
was  seconded  by Mr.  Hugh  McDonald, that thi
shareholders be extended to the  board of din
ticularly to the managing director, Mr   F. J   H
and  satisfactory  manner in  which they  had  1
the Company, during the past year.    Mr.  Mstl
the meeting, which was unanimously carried.
Mr.   Trapp  and   Mr    Hart   replied, thanking  I
their expression of confidence.
Mr. Trapp moved and Capt.  F< nton seconded 1
the shareholders be given  to the secretary toi  I
ner  in   which   he had  performed  the  duties of
carried.
Mr.   Webber,  the  secretary of the Company. r< .
Mr. T. S. Annandale and Dr.   R.   Eden   Walker,
Lewis, T. H. Smith, J, J. Jones.  Marshall   Sinclair.   Henry Morffl
Goulet  and   Peter  Birrell, all  spoke of the most  >��� ���
the operations were conducted, as shown by the rei '       "
the meet in, and nf the rapid increaso of business '
pany and the good prospects for future development
The chairman thanked those present for their al
motion of Mr. Sinclair, seconded B. Dr. R. Eden Walker, tne
lng adjourned.
At   a  subsequent   meeting  of   the   board  of   din   tors, Mi
Trapp was elected President. Mr.  T.   S.   Annandale.   First  Vic* 1
dent;  Mr. J. J. Jones. Second Vice-President:   Mr   V   J   Hart, ��
ing Director; Mr. M. H. Nelems, Assistant   Manager,  and  E
ber,   Secretary-  Treasurer.
AUDITORS'   CERTIFICATE.
He Company  Act, Table A. We   herewith   certify   tl   ' j
Is :i full and fair balance sheet, and exhibits a true and        '
of the affairs of the Company, am!  that  all  requisite  books, i i
an I  information have been furnished to our satisfacvi I
WALTER .1.  WAIiTCK t, F.C   I
11. J. A. BURNETT,
New   Westminster,   May   2:1, 1910.
TRUSTEE'S   CERTIFICATE.
I  hereby  certify  that   I   have this  day   examine 1   tho  Bse"1"'
The  Westminster Trust and Safe   Deposit   Company,   L:!!:"'\.,1|
flnd   same  in order,  all  the  investments being properly r 1
as  shown   In  investment  account on the books of the Compa J
RICHARD  McBRIDB,
Chairman Hoard of   rrus��  j
New  Westminster,  B. C ?'ay 6, 1910.
i
1
Riilways Plan Much Work in
Dominion of Canada This Year
A careful consideration of contracts
let and engagements entered Into with
the Dominion and provincial governments, shows that the various Canadian railway companies expect to complete and bring Into operation about
7000 miles of new lines within the next'
flve years, says the Railway and Marine World. This estimate is made on
the basis of contracts already entered into and construction work Immediately in sight, and does not Include
various projects which may reach the
active construction stage within that!
time, neither does It Include the mile-
iige of yard ,ind terminal lines and the
second track work In progress or contemplated by the C.P.R. I
Fiom the contracts already In hand,
lt would appear that track wlll be Icid |
this year on not less than 1500 miles
about the sure as last year; in:' from"'
the engagements entered Into with the
different governments, It appears that
there wlll he very little dlmuition of
that rate of railway building for the
next, three or four years.
British Columbia Wlll Lead.
British Columbia will probably show
the heaviest increase ln mileage during the next few years, for It has contracted with the Canadian Northern
railway to build 000 miles, and with
tho Kettle Valley railway W build 230
miles by the end of 1914. The C.P.R.
has either under contract on Vancouver Island or ln contemplation
about 200 miles of line, the G.T.P.
railway has under contract 200 miles,
and wlll place under contract the remaining 500 miles ot Its system within
a year, and the Croat. Northern railway, through Its subsidiary company,
the Victoria. Vancouver and Eastern
railway has a considerable mileage un-
'.'er contract tind survey.
In Alberta and Saskatchewan.
In Alberta and Saskatchewan the
Canadian Northern railway and tlie
G.T.P. railway are under agreement
with the Dominion and provincial governments to build over 1500 miles of
main and branch lines, and of these
some sixty miles have heen placed un-
I der contract. In these provinces the
next few years will see a large mlle-
I rge constructed by the Alberta &
Great Waterways railway, on which
work ls at present temporarily suspended; the line to Hudson bay, for
which the Dominion government lias
granted a first construction vote nnd
the Hudson Bay & Pacific railway, for
which surveys are at present. In progress In view of, as the managing director says, a start, tnls summer. Next
to these provinces Ontario will show
the largest Increase ln mileage for
the next, few years, principally In connection with the Canadian Northern
Ontario railway and the National
Transcontinental railway.
G. T.  P.  in  the  East.
The National Transcontinental  railway when completed will extend from
I Moncton, N.B., to Prince Rupert, B.C.,
3,500 miles.    The first portion of this
I line,   which   Is  being  constructed   by
the  Dominion  government through  a
i commission, extends from Moncton to
I Winnipeg. Contracts have been let for
I the  grading,  etc.,  of  the   whole  distance, 1,804 miles, and upon this mileage  there  are  742   miles  of  grading
and 1,183 miles of track laying to be
completed   within   the   next   two   or
three years.    In this part of the line
is   situated   the   Quebec   bridge,   for
which the government is preparing to
receive tenders.
G. T. P. in the West.
Thc western division Of the line
which is being constructed hy the
G.T.P. company, extends from Winnipeg to Prince Rupert 1710 miles. Of
this mileage track has been laid on
915 miles from Winnipeg lo Wolf
Creek, west of Edmonton and a train
service is being operated lo Edmonton,
A contract has been let for over 200
miles of the line easterly from Prince
Rupert, and track Is being laid on the
first 200 miles, situated almost entirely In British Columbia.
1
Branch Lines.
A subsidiary company known as the
G. T. Pacific Branch Lines company,
has Just placed on the British market
an issue of ��1,270,500 of four per cent
bonds, guaranteed by the province, for
the construction of branch lines ln
Saskatchewan, as follows: Regina to
the International boundary line near
Portal, 155 miles; from Regina to
Moose Jaw, 110 miles; from Biggar In
a southeasterly direction fifty iiiIIbb;
from Prince Albert 110 miles; Cut
Knife branch fifty miles. These lines
art! to he built In addition to others
previously arranged for, upon which
fifty miles of truck wns laid In 1909.
Contracts lmve been let for an extension of thirty miles on tlie Mel-
vIlle-Yorkton line; Hlxty miles on the
Melvllle-linlearres lines, and It Is expected that work will he gone on wltii
I on tlie ptirjecllon of this line southerly.
C.   N.   R.   In   Ontario.
The    Canadian     Northern    Ontario
railway has under construction    100
miles from Toronto to Trenton, us tho
first. Bectlon of Its line to Ottawa.   It
la expected   that,  contracts    ��''
placed during tlie year for the   ,   1
:   I
of the line, and also for thegrW    1
the line from Toronto to
Buffalo
I'.IVI
the line of the Toronto-Niagara
companv.    The extension 01       j_
from north or Sudbury to Port
is  projected  but  It  is no]  l";1'���
nny extensive work wlll I"' ,l"'1
5'Ci,n    C. N, R. onthr Prairie.
In   a   recent     Interview,   Pre    ���
Mackenzie staled  thai   ""' ,,,
pected to add some 000 in (g
lines   on   the   western   pro
year.    There were aboul
grading   done   in   1009,
track was not laid, ami Cu���
heen let for 230 miles nf '" �� u���el
Manitoba, Saskatchewan an"      ,.
Other contracts will I"' lel
future.
C.  N.  R
���nil  Bill"
'""'" icVal
 n B. C       |
,,   Ih,  however,  In  British CpjUtt
that the C.N.R. will throug
Pacific railway, bo most .
the next few years.   "1 ue torn
C
dm
(Continued on  Pago JUNE   13,  1910.
���0NDAY"
,N0>RY ACT'
tZ\in application has
register  Duncan Bell
���JJr in fee simple, under
ITS^'tk/s   to   nu^an   Bell
��s.arol *\;     ths  13th   day   of
'faring ' ���' , , ,,n and singular
&.. 1'U.';,, 1 or tract of  land
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
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pan
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'premises
' Westminster,
"District "^   Irttigh Columbia,
��� and describ-
0( the southeast
������ 3
" *rt --60f!Tig' Township  3,
a., "J, weBl    .loii ilng through or
l��.ul>i Sins claiming
gjV^thi u'd by virtue
Kntersst in   u ���' |n8trttment, and
unre '���'   .' ',   ,,,,.  interest  in
WATER NOTICE.
Kaiiways Flan Much Work
(Continued from Page Six.)
_sons <'li
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p'.ri.od l)J
;"" ;i8,yred
,'     '  j Be,
Ier .���unci ���*-'
Icp ��*"
ent, whose title
, , the provisions
i  ,  \rt."arereuulr-
n 0f the tax pur-
.   ,.,, days from tbe
''���        ,, cation of this
t in default of s
\ .  .     ol   ila   P*s*sss
u"    ,,.,. | ,,*iiod. or in
. roi ��� registry
yen will be for-
:i (l front set-
U inspect of
aIlJ i sh a i    rsgistei
owner   thereof
.  i .,  that pub
ir thirty days
bllsbed ln New
tood and suffic-
Notlce Is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
of tlie "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license in the Westminster Di'.ision of
New Westminster District.
(a) The name, address and occupation of the applicant: Frederick W,
Smith, residing at South Westminster,
P. 0. address, New Westminster, B. C, under t-.w.., ., i ���iu r,���.   ���
dairyman. bulld ("" mllea ''>' 1:'"
'ih) The name of the lake, stream oi ",ll,v ���'���"��� to  be con
source (if unnamed, the description ructed on the mainland and twenty
isi: an unnamed spring, Bltuate on miles on Vancouver Island during the
Subdivision 12 of Block J, Section        , ... , ,.���   ,,���,,    Ko f . "
Block  6,  Noth   Range  2, west,  NewLon,,(    /   ,, '
Westminste- Dist.ict. i    "/Jj  &  -Ul!m  llnea '""  concerned
(c) The point of dlTerslon:  About  u'' ��"ly ''���"'��� uP��n wt'if!' construction
the   centre   of   said   Buddlvlslon   12  will le- gone on with this yeai
(owned by J. B. Murphy). Portland Canal Short L
(q) The Quantity  of  water applied   art   along   ,,,,.
for  Gn cubic feet per second).   One-1���    - **^********
Blxtleth (1-60). ,
(e) The  character -���' '*���-  J '
works:    A pri afe w
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In Dominion 1 his Year]
i. o- <*r,.
. li *���< ������'
. -,���>, >��� ���
J,Him toos
���
! ne* ���
nstef vv
service l"ai
>������ ���
of the proposed
^^^^^^^^^^^^^fcrworks system
through a 1-inch pipe carried fro sai4
Subdivision 1 : tt ,��; , caat's property,
which adjoin
ifi The premises en which tht. water Is to he used (describe same):
Subdlvl-io na ", rind �� o; block 2, Bee-
tion 20. Bl��ck :,. North h**m* 2, west,
New Westminster District
igi The I. .rp��*���� foi which the
water Is to be used For agricultural,
dairying aud  dom*
ik 1 i notice wa ; o^-ed on the
2nd day ,,' y.. �� _cd applicatl .
will bo n.dAr- to the Commissioner on
tl ������ ��'    d iy of June, l��10, at -       ;
ll)     (live  the   t.an.f,  A-..2.  a '.-'.. ���������  - -
art along  the  valley of
B.C., foi  fifteen mil
C. P. R. Program.
Tl c C P.R.
r
;
Registry OIBre, lof any rlparl in ; 1 i|  letors or llci
i   ince or British
aay of April, A.
S. KEITH,
trict Registrar.
���. nt 1,nan & Bay-
'V.taoenh'   ner   Bros.,   Ltd.,
^������l: an; J. W. Hew-
-.'��-' '
who or wt, .. .��� land* art- like ������  to be
affected by ���'. ted works, el
. s or ot low tl e outlet: None
Y   W. SMITH.
Box S36, Ne* Inster, B. C
remaining
a ' ���
THE
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
-IN-
DAILY        NEW
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.June K
June 23
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X��so! Britain Ju'y ��
ED. GOl'LKT.
CPH. Agent.
Westminster
transfer Co.
'PSom 1��.     Pirn "PSons 11?
Cclumbli Street.
Ugige ItilTend   1 ^mptly   to
tny put cf tks city.
git and Heavv Hauling
OFFICE-TRAM  DEPOT.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St, Foot of Sixth.
If there are forty people in New
j Westminster who want to buy a sum-
I mer camp site they have an exceptional chance this week as White,
Bhiles. *. C i ,ire offering forty choice
lots at White Rock for I 1 $225 1
J ��� . n terms f .1 1 cash and
the  balance   in fou early   pay
ments.
Jim b
er
B.C. Mills
and  Trading
Co.
y. .:   '   ��� .nrs and Dealers ln  All Kinds of
I UMEBR. UT..  SHINGLES.  SASH,   DOORS.   IN T E RIO R   Ft NISlH_
(TURNED WORK    FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY  GLASS.
1 Te ephone 12
Royal City Planing Mills   Branch
New  Westrr.i-s'
Uust a Few Left ot
West End View
Lots
In Lol 10, Sub. Block 12, between 8th and
10th Avenues, to the east of isth Street
Price $350, one quarter cash, balanced, l-
ind 18 months. These lots are close to the
tew cut off, and you will be wise if you Btep
in now and secure them.
Two Good Buys
construction program for
the current yeai Includes In addition
to the laying of track and he. .mnle-
u"u "��� Une�� graded In .:��� I, the b i fling of a se<' nd tracts etween lunl
peg and  Portage  la Prairie   and the
lon of 159 miles on si. .
ent lines In Manitoba   .
lsh    Columbia,    for
'������'���r ���'��� I   ��� ������'��� been let toi com-
Pletii :. .     on.    The  i
':' '':' ' ;-: ���    ' ������  :������ . le .   ip ,n
'��� ���'  ���' I     mcert tin   rhat furtbe
���  .
e in Cai .. en-
��� Brit-
l 230
ol   whi
n , eted  this '
���    ���    1911 and the
eage by l
'   : ::e3    upon
��������� ��� sta      :
The   '       ta & Great ���    >. ,y_
t railway  let the   flrst
tion of lt mlli
:    ��� '   i to   V' rt McMui
structlon I , en led for the
pre ��� nt '. e Doi ilnlon go rernment
has ; ��� gtart
| ������ l . ���  ���     i P
.: . .       Bay ��
tart on its projected Hae be Prln e All ert and
Fort  Chui  blD   thh   j ear.
Great Northern.
Tbe '..-��� it N ii hern railway through
various subsidiary companies  has   a
lar^e   program   in  Canada,   b it    the
onlj   point at  which act! ...struc-
tion Is Koing on ia between Abbotsford and Hope, B.C.. pending leclsion
upon tunnelling the Hope mountains
of constructing a roundabout line
over them. The probabilities of construction on the Gn tl .'��� " ������ -.. line
i-  a. o q . intlty and
lt Is in.possible to ���   ... hat ls
likely to he done.
Dominion  Government.
Of the . le the al   re the
Dominion ent I       inder con-
���   . ... ranch  of   tne
Pi tn e Edward Island ralwa]     i  :
sion of nine mil* Mines,
NS, and a ten mile < nt-ofl   tt I bat-
N B .   the   Dominion    Atl
i railway has tn     ntemplation
. Mon of a thlrty-fl e ml
from  Centervllle of which  ten  .
will, it Is said, be ;'   ed   in Ier
t an .���-...
tbe  ���
railway, from  St
Que., tt twenty-fou
���
mile exU nor
It
'
���
. enting aboo
dies ol
In ft I .    . ���-
��xtei
Newfour.iland.
In    Ne ��    Reid !
..and  company  has  agreed
,   ��� i  - .       ���    rr.iles
: brani b nr.es of which at least fifty
ro   he  comple-
.-poses of eeaatrnettoo rails
ire l     e admit ed free
- ���
tor the ictkm on the 1 ilan I
The Immense ar..  .        '    railway
tion  which  is  bein .��� dor.
:    In proportion to Irs population
fully realised hy point-
it t   it ta 1M9   tceordlng to of-
���    ,    returns   made  by  tke
-    * i pastes    i
tartne        Id. 1588.47 miles
��� new line were laid wit     ���* *    ���
" id 3?4S   mi'es of new
WATER   NOTICE.
hereby
Notice Is hereby given thai an up-
pllcation will be made under Pari  V.
of the    Water Act, 1909," to obtain
license In  the New WfBtinlnRif
i    lon   of  New
i in   Tl
ver
head
!The AJAX CHEMICAL I
FIRE ENGINE
FROM CITY OF  MONTERRY, N. L., MEXICO:
Am.
"The Ajax Chemical Fire Engine arrived at ten
o'clock ln the morning, and two hours later a lire oe-
''irred in a lumber yard in the city, Which the Ajax
extinguished. We have this day sent you an order hy
telegraph for nine more machines which the Governor
of tbe State (who witne I 'lie fire) is ordering for
Government  use.  "
Remember !
Fire Insurance does not rover the loss of time or
interruption of business Incidental to a fire; neither does
it replace valuable papers, etc., which may he the foundation of your business.
R. HARRIS & CO.,
General Agents
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im ���S.'STta tie whoie * th
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intry
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2 nice
ota on  Hamilton  St..   all cleared,
Price $800 each cash, or %\ ' on
50x150,
terms.    ^^^
Lot7onllthSt
I
nee S75o on terms.
Block 10,  Sub. block
t.
Maple Rid&e
]r() aero., of good land, close to Mission I
g?�� is $35 per acre.   $1000 cash hand
inis-   Balance on very easy terms.
EX^ERicNCt
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AND   OFFICE
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\\ i stminstet   I'1 !> let,
he name of Company, Vam ou
Power  Company,  Limited,    The
office ni the < ity .,f Vancouver,
ii; ltish Columbia.   The i apital, I.''�����".-
000,  divid( 'I   Into  2,500,000 shari g "t
(i 00 �� ii ii. nil fully paid up; (b) The
name of the lake, sl i earn or boui i ".
unnamed stream i unnlng through   i
ti'in 29, bloi i; B, not th range 2, wi st,
thence  In  a  northwestei ly  dliectli i
flow Ing   Into  the   Prasei   rlvert   (c)
The point or diversion, 2,300 fe< I   In
a   i otttheastet ly   direi tlod   from   the
ml boas! coi uer <u si i tion  L9, block
5, oorth range ���'. Wesl;  (d) The quan
tlty  "f water applied fof, .186 cubic
[ei I   i" i   second.   (e)   The oharactei
or the proposed works, a small dam
and pipe line;   it)  The premises on
whh h   the   water   in   to   be   used,
llwri (2), three (3) and four (4), group
|two  12), New Westmlnstei   District;
(g) The purpose tuy which the water
Is  ���'.  be  u ied, domestic.   ih)   H  for
li i Igation di bi i ii>" the land Intended
ir>     he     Irrigated,      giving     awe-
age,   do;    < i >    If   the   watei   i-i   t<,
tie     iise<|     f'>r     power     or     mining
purposes describe the place when, the
water Is to be returned ,ri some natural channel, ami the difference  In
altitude   hetween   poinl   of  diversion
and point of return, no;   ij)  Area of
Crown  hud  Intended i"  tie ���.. < upUui
by   the   proposed   works,   none;    ' k>
This notice was posted on Ibe  2nd
day   'if   June,   1910,   nnd   application
win be made to the eommlssloncn on
the 13th day of July 1910;  (1) 'live
the  names nnd  addresses of nny ri-
paihm  proprietors ot  licensees  who
or  whose lands are  likely to tie af-
fected by the proposed works, either
above <>\ below the outlet, none;  (tn)
The prut of the  Memorandum of Association nt the company which an-
Itborlzes the proposed application and
works rends as follows:  "(%) The oh-
I jects for which the company Is estab-
llsbed and to which objects the Company are restricted are the acquisition
of wnter and water power hy records
of  unrecorded  w.ter or by  the  pur-
Ichase of water records or water prlv-
lleges f'<r,  'k> Rendering water
and   writer   power   . vnilahle   fot   use.
application and  distribution by erecting darns. Increasing the head 'if water   in   any   existing   body   of   water,
or extending the area thereof, diverting tiie waters of any stream, pond or
lake Into any other channel or channels,  laying or  erecting any  line  or
fl ime,  pipe or  wire, construe ting any
race-way,    reservoir,    aqueduct    weir,
whe.], building, or other erection or
work   which   inly  he  required  in  COB-
neethm   with   the   Improvement   and
use of fhe said water and water power   or   hy   altering,   renewing.   "_tend-
ing.   improving,   repairing,   or   maintaining any  such   works or any   part
thereof."   'ni   The   Company   applies
| for a license to store wafer. The place
of the proposed  reservoir for storing
i the said  water  is section  twenty-nine
| '2ft). hlock five  (h). north range two
'.'i   west;   foi   The  means hy   which
!���   is  proposed  to store  the water,  by
dam.   tpi   The  area of  the  reservoir
*;-e   oi   site*   at   each   fr.ot   in   depth
above the outlet, the depth above the
outlet    will     approximately    average
about  six or seven  feet:   <r\)   Ffow it
is proposed to acquire the land neces-
Isary for the purpose, hy purchase, or
iif necessary by expropriation;   tr) Approximately the number of acre  feet
[intended   to   he   Impounded.    20,000
jq , ire  feet.
VANCOUVER POWRFt CO., LTD.
Fi.   FI.  Sperling.  General   Manager.
Vancouver, Ft. v..
CITY   OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER
Notice to  Paving  Contractors:
Tf.nders  for   Paving   Second   Street
The    Corporation    invites    tenders
jfrom Street Paving Companies for the
grading, street  paving. laying of concrete    sidewalks,    boulevarding    and
construction   of   stOTtn   wafer   sewers
for Second street from Clinton  place
to  Sixth  avenue.
Paving companies will he reiviired
Ito state term of years they will guarantee their paving and the percentage of money the Corporation can re-
| fain during the period of .guarantee,
also the steepest grade they calculate
their pavement Is safe for horse
traffic
Plans, profiles, specifications and
further information can he obtained
from .T. W. B Blackman. City Engineer. City Hall.
Tenders will h<�� received up to t
p m. on the 20th June, 1.1 il. hy tho
undersigned.
W.  A.  rVCNCAN. City Clerk.
Cltv Flail   N'ew Westminster. B. C,
June f  him
:
BUILDERS     AND     CONTRACTORS.
SHOW CASES
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ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOOD.
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
NEW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
wqrKS���Corner
I J. BROOKES. Proprietor
Eleventh and Carline.
PHONE 473
Sealed  tenders  will  he  received  by
the  undersigned  up to noon. Tine 10,
.for the prection of a tramway station
;and  office building at  New Westminster.
Specifications, can he secured at of-
, flee of VTaclure Sr Fox, architects,
[Winch  building.  Vancouver.
Thc lowest or any tender not neces-
,snrllv   accepted.
iB. C. ELECTRIC  RAILWAY CO., LD
IMPOUNutD.
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Offi
British Canadian Securities
Company, limited
R. PEARSON, Manager.
The  Dominion
T
ice:
Trust
CENTS A BAR
The best Laundry loap
WOOD SUNLIGHT SOAP
mmTH  ST. PHONE ****   ^ >< l    T#����*��W*A
\V. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
One bay mare. HOR Spavin on nlgh
hind leg. Lump on nlgh fore leg. If
not claimed wlll he sold June 14 at
12 noon. ������,
R. H. BATT,
Poundkeeper.
New Westminster, june S, 1910,
Garden Work
English gardener is open to undertake all kinds of garden work; making:
(and seeding lawns,: laying out and
;planting tiew grounds; or would at-
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,  JUtJE
13.
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Something New in
Floor Wax
The easiest ���way to
finish a floor is to
saturate a soft cloth
���with Colur^bus Liquid Y.'ax and appiy
lightly to the floor,
let it dry for a:    ::
fifteen   niin-tes,
l  and  brizg to a
, i I   polish by light
���^ rubbing with a
soft c'.o'.h. .-���
No brush to push ��� no work ��� z.o
backache. Resists heel-marks,
scratching, and water wiil not turn it
white. Goes farther and lasts longer
than any paste was. Try it! Be
sure to ask ior the genuine
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iCiTY News;
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jgtjuidUJaZ
Tbt Easiest Applie3 F.oor Finish
Sold by
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster Modern
.Business School
If   every   young   man   and   young i
woman  fully realized the advantages j
of pursuing a course at this Institution and then the opportunities offered
for profitable  and   congenial   employ-'
ment. he or she would not hesitate in
selecting   this   School   as   an   avenue
for advancement.    We give the same
conscientious attention to placing our i
students into  positions  as  we  do to j
instruction.     Satisfied   students   are
our best advertisement.
A. L. BOUCK,
610    Columbia    St.
Principal.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watches for LadUs from 912.75
op.
Silver Watches, gents' open lace
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' opun case
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
lhe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C.  E.  R.  Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT  SERVICE
GIVE   US    A    TRIAL
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
SPECIAL
For a short time we are offering
Razor Strops worth One Dollar for
Fifty Cents. Can sell you spectacles
cheaper than others and no fit no pay.
We arc- agents fur Kodaks and supplies. Arsenate of Lead for Caterpillars.   Ask for quotations.
Spectacles 50 rents up
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
DRUGS-SPECTACLE SEED   STORE
New Westminster, B. C. Phone 43, 71.
The local council of women meets
today in the board of trade room at
the city hall at three o'glock.
See the new Camp and Veranda
Furniture at Fales, Agnes street. "
With a socialist orator on one corner  and  two envanseli*'s  on  an
on   Saturday   night.  C la   street
. .     ..   metroperi I
A lot on First street is surely a desirable thing to have.   See S. Fader. *
Judge Howay today will pronounce
sentence    on    E.   M.   Bryant,    found
f stabbing   i sh splng
inductor on the Revelstoke local.
For spring plants or cut Howe:?,
phone Davies' Greenhous-:-. R208.     *-
Tbe   -   irtage  of   help   for   picking
terries    is   still   1 _    tl
growers, many of when fear ttJey v.; I
i   -������ much of their crops   inless
anee is secured  without delay.
For Bamboo Shades see Fales. **
For a pleasant cool drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. ������
A.   L. Lavery.  accompanied  by   his
daughter Laura, left on  Saturday  for ,
Montreal, where they wiil spend about
a month.   They will visit a number of i
eastern cities before returning home.
Awnings���All kinds at Fales, Agnes
street. ������
The Ladies Aid of Knox church,
Sapperton. will hold an ice cream and
strawberry social on Tuesday afternoon and evening at the residence of
Mrs. Louis Williams, Colombia street. '���
We   have   a  number  of  fine  resi-'
dences for sale on easy terms. Come
in and see me.   S. Fader. *���
A. E. Ducheney. of Vancouver, was
fined $10 and costs in the police court
here on Saturday morning for speeding. Frank Cameron, of the Westminster Transfer company, and J. Jenkins, one of the drivers of the firm,
were fined $10 and costs and $5 and
costs for cruelty to animals, the '
charge being that they worked a horse
with a sore neck.
Phone L-528 for all kinds of teaming.    J. H. Huggard. ���*
jy.f- s-pqrnpr Helen M. Scanlon, of
the Brooks-Scanlon Lumber company,
when coming up the north arm on
.'ri lay night lost a scbwload of provisions and one or two pieces of heavy
machinery. The scow evidently had
struck on a snag and when it began
to leak listed to one side, the load I
she was carrying slipping off into the:
wjjter. The machinery will probably
be raised.
The Bohemian Cafe will ln futute I
be  open  all  night.    Special  arrange-
ments for private parties. **
While attending the grand lodge of,
the  Rebeka'.-  assembly at Kamloops
last   week.  Mrs.   J.   E.   Insley   had   a
.narrow   escape   from   serious   injury.1
j In company with Mr. and Mrs. Owen
Norris. she was driving into Kamloops
from the George ranch when, the hotsej
, shied  at  some pack Indians and ran <
j up the mountain.    The carriage  was
' overturned after a wild gallop.    Mrs
i Norris suffered a broken arm and received a bad  gash over the eye. and
s Mr. Norris and Mrs. Insley were bad-
' ly shaken up and bruised.
The proper place to dine ls at the
Bohemian Cafe. Depot Hotel block.
The best of everything. ������
Considerable attention is at present
being paid to First street property. S.
Fader has a good proposition on the
market. ��*
Edmon'on, the date  of execution be-
U _   fixed  for  July  21.    One of  Rad-
..  ��� s  assistants will  te deputed to
st the noose at  the Fort Sas
chewan hanging, as the official executioner could not get there on time,
and New Westminster had first call
on his services.
For    Geraniums.    Dahlias   and    ali
kinds of Spring Bedding Plants ph
Davis' Greenhouse.  K 2 S. **
A certain oldtime friend of William
Mackenzie, who has lived in British
Columbia for over twenty years and
has not become rich, renewed a<
quaintances with the C. N. R. president when he was here last autumn.
nnd incidentally lamented that he
wished he eoul-.i get a chance to make
. . ��� e money. "Acreage on the south
:... of the Fraser between I'i rl
a and South Westminster looks
;���������> good to me." remarked Silent
William. The Old Timer thought It
a merely casual remark, and only r���
membered it after Port Mann had
become a fact and prices Lad soare I
::.! his reach. And ail he car.
say now is, "Why. IF "
White Shirt Waist Suits
$2.95 Each
Regular  r      to $10.00 values.   30 only of these attractive two-piece   wash   suits   and
mostly  las:  year's  styles,  hence the low price for Friday and  Saturday. They are ''"*<x
Iin. diir.it;    lawn, due'-: and linen;   in  this,  lot  arc   a   few   two-pi. ee   coat   suits   and   : m,K
wl  te aud colors.   All on sale Friday and Saturday.    Each  G
    $2.95
Death  of Captain Odin.
Captain George Odin, one of the
pioneers of the province, and also one
of the best known of the old timers,
died on Saturday at the Royal Columbian hospital from the effects of a
paralytic stroke. He was seventy-
three years of age and for tlte past
few years had been living with hi*,
sister, Mrs. L. E. Walsley, on the
Port Moody road in Burnaby.
The remains will be t>.ken to Florida, w?.ere a brother and two sisters
are riving, for interment, leaving
here tonight. The late Captain
Odin's wife died some >e.irs agu, *u
did also his only son. Frank, who
lived here ten years ago. The sis-
ters are: Mrs. L. E. Walsmley, Burnaby, Mrs. P. H. Smith, of Victoria;
Miss M. Odin and Miss L. Odin, of
Florida. His brother, Frank, also lives
in Florida.
Captain Odin was an American by
birth, but came h.-ie when twenty
years old and joined the Sappers and
Miners, who were just then beginning
to hew the city of New Westminster
out of the forest.
Soon after coming here he became
interested in river navigation and for
many years was in charge of boats
plying up and down the Fraser. lie
carried supplies to the miners of thr-
Cariboo and was captain of a boat
which brought steel rails from Victoria to Yale to use on the C. P. R
line, just then building through the
mountains.
The first boat ever launched on the
Skeena was taken up th^ river in Ms
charge. For several years he was
captain of the C. P. K. steamer Beaver and only resigned that position
about eight years ago, giving place to
Captain Rpid. Since retiring from
active business the captain has been
in fairly good health, but has made
an annual trip to Florida to visit his
relatives there. t     - ,,
Children's Hosiery
All Desirable Kinds
ii slery for boys and girls who give their stocking plenty of hard
w< ir.   Hosiery for the baby and little folk.    A great  variety  read
note the lines, a partial list cf what is to be found in our hosiery
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Boy's    Heavy    Ribbed    Cotton;  sizes  5 to 10-lnch.    per pair. 20. 25c.
Boy's Extra Heavy Cotton; Rock Ribbed and Hercules; Bises
>', to 10; !������ r pair     30 and 3bc
Boys and  Girls'  Union  Cashmere:  ail si.'S.   per pair   25c
Giris' P a.n Cotton Hose in tan. white tind black; sizes ���! ii
. U>;   per  pair    15   to   25c
Girls' Lace Lisle; sizes b_ to v'--j in tan. white and black; per
pair        "    25   to   35c
One Lot Children's Lace Cotton; sizes 5Mi to T'_ only; black and
tan.    Regular  values  26c.    To clear,  per pair       15c
Children's Socks. Cotton ard Cashmere, short and three-quarter
Ii ��� gths; si/-s 4 to S'-j inches in blai k. cardinal, brown, sky pink and
white lace or plain; per pair     15  to  35c
Fancy Top Socks; dainty little white cotton socks with fancy
plaid   tops:   per   pair    25c,   and  brown with light tops:  per pair ..35c
Girls' Extra Fine Ribbed Co'.ton: a grade Btrongei than plain cotton hose, ensuring better wear. Black tan and wnite. sizes 5Vi to
10;  per pair     25 to 35c
Newest Styles in
American One-Piece
Dresses
$5.00 to '
With
the nlci  ���  v
hay       .
and what
ISH.        ,        ���-
them   at   low
heretofore as
personallj
Collister     r   .
i    cago
were sent I
of exprei
would   I ivi
this     Thej   -
everj   wi     a I
Bhowi
batiste,    percah
etc.,     and    t
duck, etc    All
4".    Each ..    | .10.00
Odd Linen Pieces
$1.00 Each
A special sale of better linen pieces affording a splendid opportunity  to housekeepers  in  search  of dainty  linens  at   little cost.
We carry so many lines that we find at times a large number
of odd pieces on our hands. It is these odd | lex es that are on sale.
Tray clothes, centre pieces, table covers, bureau covers, etc., in
plain hemstitched linen. Battenberg edge and embroidered linen. Regular values $1.25 to .1.76.   On sale,   each    $1.00
Thirty Dozen
FINE
HANDKERCHIEFS
15c,  2 for 25c
Regular 26
A   handki i
D  ���    often
will    say   the.--
able values.  Si
while   thi
15c each; . :.
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IMPOUNutD.
One bay mare. Bog Spavin on nig):
hind leg. Lump on nigh fore leg. If
not claimed will be sold June lt at
\2 noon.
R.  H.  BATT.
Poundkeeper.
New Westminster, june 8, 1910.
WANTED
Hangman    Radcliffe   has   been    re- Several    teachers    tor    the    public
countryman     named     S'ishlwaza     at schools    of    thiB    city.      Applications
the Japanese who Is to hang here on will be received until noon of the 22nd
July   ��2   for the   murder  of  a   fellow inst.
countryman    named    Nlshimaru    at
White Rock.   A man named King was
on   Saturday   sentenced   to   death   at
ROBERT LENNIE,
Secretary.
N'ew Westminster, June 8,  liil".
Ih* CHEERFUL CAFE
Is,  As  You  May   Already   Know
Tu ROYAL CAFE
Tne " ROYAL is recognized as the
place to go for i*ood things to eat. There
is a cheerfulness and freedom from restraint
about our beautiful dining-room that places
guests at their ease at once. And the service is prompt, the waiters are courteous,
and with delicious, well-cooked food, what
more   is desired ?     You  Try Us  Today
- - MUSIC EVERY EVENING - -
THE ROYAL CAFE
PHONE 375
Dominion Trust Block, Main Floor
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The Public
Supply Stores
WE ARE STILL
Selling Out
Our
Crockery
Bargain Prices
on all Odd Lines
COME AND
SEE US
In Our New Quarters in the
DEANE BLOCK
Four  Doors   East   of   I'ank   of
Montreal
We Have J net Received n Fresh
Stock of Pophatn's Chocolates
I. A. MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Columbia St.   New Westminster.
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Plione 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
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v.'e have bona fldo enqutiles tot
Mann prop* rty, and also for i
lots on  Sixth  Avenue  west.    If  you
ha\e anything to sell, get busy!
Rae Se McLellan; Trapp BJi
714; P. O. Box Die.
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Some Special Snaps
* 5 lotb on Second street.   Excellent view.    Streets on three Bides   ���
* of  this  property.    $350  each.   Terms. ���
:10   lots  extending   from  First  to   Second   Btreet.    This   property
Is especially  well  situated,    streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
t   Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
j     F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
WHEH YOU SPEHD A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PE.RFE.CTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf Label)
Is (be best Talue, because It Is pure, nutritious end very economical.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
Wine Glasses,
Cups and Saucers, and Souvenir articles at
Cut Prices
Now is the time
to acquire something in one of
these lines.
ouomirai.
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