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 Ocean Park
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
'!��TOR]A) B*i
I
Camping
"WHITE   ROCK,1 THE   PLACE
WHITE, SHILES '   CO.
NEW   WESTMINS1
UatMB 5, NUMBER 114.
[ifiiP
NAMES HIS CABINET
uer of Alberta Liberals
[alas   Two   Portfolios���
,earrangement is Possible
Imonton, June L-The personnel
,��� w   cai.ind   is:
;,,,.���,. Lewis Sifton, president
. ^e   council,  provincial
' and    minis! ir    of    pub le
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C., THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1910.
FIGHT PAGES.
PRICE  J    \   CENTS.
GRAND STAND PROJECT
TAKES DEFINITE SIIAP
L
Ratepayers Will be Asked to
Vote Bylaw for Necessary
Amount.
BOXtS OF DYNAMITE
THROWN FROM RUNAWAY
Delivery     Horse    Carting    Dangerous
Explosive   Makes   Break  for   Liberty   on   Front   Street.
WINNIPEG ASSESSMENT
WILL BE HIGH THIS YEAR
���i'
i R. Mitchell, Medicine
ol  education.
icLean, Lethbridge   ;    -
. tarj.
Maishall, Olds, minis-
���
Arthui   Sifton, premier of Al-
ed l he pei sonni 1 of his
al  e!cw ii o'clock this
offlc 8 In the gov-
I, Judge   Mitchell
ii y    generalship   In
,   i 'toss and Charles H.
t folio i f education In
��� i   :     er premier.    Archie
I, tm   I.i thl.i Idge dis-
.        ���     i Becretaiy. this poit-
,. ited from thai of the
lcultur6,   which   is  re-
an Marshall.   The new
ike the poi tfollo of min-
��� works and provincial
��� will  be no  minister without
.. bul  ii  is contemplated that
���   ement  of the departments
made later and probablj make
Itlonal ministers.
eslgnation of Findlay, former
ni  education, and now niem-
Medlclne Hat, is on the way
uelph, where he is, und Judge
1   wlll   take  the  vacated  con-
jncy.     Five   northern   members
offei ed to resign und offer blm
districts,    it   may be  that   he
un in Lac St. Anne.
i;..- carriage of the plans of the
pant-governor,  which  prevented
trom   returning  from the  south
i. lit, made it  necessary  to post-
the Bwearlng In of the now min-
mtii this evening.
FLESS  OIL   IS   PRODUCED.
Iial Yield of Petroleum  in Canada
Is   Diminishing.
bwa,    June    1.���Notwithstanding
!W discoveries of petroleum in
. the official returns show that
unual  yield is Bteadlly decreas-
e go\ .'i nmenl   ; ays  a   bonus
iif cent i er gallon the native
������ i eadi >  arrived" at.   Thus in
1900-10  bounty    was    paid
ng   to   $203,588, which   would"
,; production of 13,572.587
In the year 1908-09 the boun-
was $260,698. i
mis ieiiirus show thai the Im-1
:   oil   from   the   United   Slates
upwards of 11,600,000 gal-
annum,   Upon   which   a  ousel' two   and   a   hulf  coins
is collected.
MTILE   FEET   IN   TEMPLE.
is Admit Steep'ejack to Repair
Angel   on   Edifice.
.    June 1.���Yesterday   for
time since the consecration
��� e to religious rites In 1893,
|, eel trod the sacred precincts
Mormon temple In Sail Luke.
ui Smith and Peter Munyon, stee-
,-ith two helpers, were ad-
Id in 1.1,lor thai the figure that
tints the tallest spire ol the
I, be repaired.   They were
,   tower in an elevator and
��� ate the apartments in
i tea   and   baptisms   tor
B' '.ii1 ilemnlzed.
chlel    imag ��� to the gilded flg-
ei on the spiie Wiis the
a  trumpet  held  to its
rhe exi   islon  of a  charge of
f ite in tl e 1'iah hotel across the
;1 ti w wi  us ago tore the trum-
m one . - its fastenings. Smith
to the pinnacle, ~r>
''om the  ground, and  soon  re-
P1' y ���  damage.
3VMUNION   WINE   BANNED.
Prospects for a .ram! Btand at
Queen b pai!. are again looking bi ighl
and this time there Is not much doubt
tbat something will be done. The
city council has taken the matter up
and in all probability will Bubmil a
i., law to ih" ratepayers asking them
to a inctlon the expi ndiiure of $10,000
on the new Btand.
11 ' bj law has nol heen prepa ed
y< ���. bul in niiier to rush it through
with ihe other bylaws which the citj
Ls ���. ��� Ing to lay bi tore the voters, it.
wa nail a flrsl time by title lasl
i ht, It is Included In the regular
debenture bylaw tor the Improvement
of parks.
Al the council meeting hist night,
Nels Nelson, on behalf of the lacrosse
club, and T. J. Trapp, on behall oi
i i.    It.   A.   &   I.,   laid   the   matter   h<-
I   the aldermen.    Their  proposition
was for the city to build the grand
stand and issue debentures for the
expenditure, which wlll be paid back
out of the takings of the stand and
the two bli ichers. It was practically
a -ned hetween the clty and he representatives ol the two organizations
that the city would submit the bylaw.
Twenty-live per cent of all the proceeds of the grand stand, whenever
it is used for any purpose, will he
handed over to the city until the
structure is paid for, at the end of
which time it will become the property of the city.
At the meeting last night a plan
draughted by Architects Hope and
Barker was shown. It was presented
to place the matter definitely before
the council, and though not supposed
to be very elaborate, it gives a good
idea of the kind of structure is contemplated.
The seating capacity will he about j
3,000 and the cost hetween $7,500 and
$10,000. The Btand Is 345 feet long
and will he built close to the oval
Instead of on the west side of the
track where the present structure
Btands. The race track will run behind  the  new   stand.
Below tho stand there will be accommodation tor stalls, dressing
rooms, lavatories, time keepers, of-
0 :es and the press.
ORGANIC  CHURCH   UNION.
First   Definite   Steps   Will   Be   Taken
at Early Date.
Toronto, June 1.���"The flrsl definite
and decisive sup will soon be taken."
said Principal Patrick yesterday wbeu
ai ki '. as to the progn ss of the n i ���
i ment for the organic mrm r* lie
Presbyterian, Methodist and Congregational churches In Canada. Fi r half
a do/.en years the que3ti'M las heen
under earnest and active consideration.
"By common arrangeme t he said,
"the three churches will submit a
basis of union to t'hoir supreme
courts during the present year. (The
Presbyterian general assembly opens
in Halifax tonight, the Congregational
union opens on June s. and the Methodist general conference meets in
Vancouver in August."
The city of New Westminster, or
al leasl a pari of it near Fronl street,
chi congratulate itself on being on the
map today, for yesterday 11 was nearly deprived of thai privilege. In a
runaway accident in the afternoon two
boxes of dynamite were thrown oul
ni a delivery rig belonging to the
Cunningham Hardware company, and
it is only owing to chance [hai part
of Fronl streel was not blown up t-)
Columbia street.
i The horse ran up Begbie street,
and crossing the street car tracks on
Columhla street, collided With another
rig.    The Cunningham rig  was over-
irned  and   slightly  damaged.      The
driver and the horse were uninjured.
Gstcway City Property Rated at $158,-
000,000���Increase  of   $50,000,000
Over 1903.
ALDERMEN SPEND      (VERDICT OE %S
OVERTIME ON BYLAWS    FREES EMIIE aCOX
TJ. Trapp Voices Objections Edward  Found   Guilty  of
of Trustees to Action of     Manslaughter and Will be
STRIKE   THROWS   MANY
OUT OF WORK IN TORONTO
Toronto. June 1.���Three hundred
bricklayers were forced to quit work
this morning owing to a laborers'
strike. The lathers are also out, making 1,325 unemployed as a direct result of the strike of 900 laborers.
Winnipeg, .June L���It Is estimated
that the ratable assessmenl of the citj
for the present year "will  be  In  the
neighborhood     of     $158, ,000,     as
against a total las   year of J107.997,-
320.    Tins   is   the   ass.. smenl   upon
land and buildings only and does nol
include the business tax.   Ratepayers
. minded  this  morning   bj   I! ������
receipt   of  their   ;.. s ssmenl   notices
tl        alues in the city have gone up
matei Wily, and  if the tax rale should
i e fl e i al the same rate as lasl year.
tl e ������ mounl of money they would have
io malt I provision for In the way  of
ta '    would be fifty pi r cent, gi eati r
11 ���...m  in  the  pre\ Ious year.    But  ac-
I cording to the new assessmenl  there
lis a po   Ibilii    of Ihe city bei tg able
| to  fix  the  rate at ten mills  on  the
dollar.
Ti king the new assessmenl basis as
being 1158,000,000, a rate al ten mills
oa thi dollar will give a revenue of
$1 580,000. Allowing $300,000 as tl e
estimated revenue from business fax,
tbe total receipts from the gi n iral
ti ��� ��� this year should be $1,880,00.
From the same source lasl year the
revenue was $1,827,767.
the Council.
Sentenced Later.
IDITAROD IS MAGNET FOR   j SECOND STREET WILL BE
SEEKERS OF YELLOW DIRTJ A MODERN THOROUGHFARE
Seattle    Sees   Something   Like    Stam- ' Council   Decides to   Call   for   Tenders
nede of  1896 When  Rush to  New
Goldfields  Starts.
for   Immediate   and   Permanent
Improvements.
SINGLE   TAX   LEAGUE.
Provincial Body Is Formed to Spread
Principle   In  Ontario.
Toronto, June 1.���A provincial Single Tax lea,,ue. composed ot all the
minor organizations scattered about
Ontario, was formed al the single tax
convention in the Guildhall yesterday.
The new organization will be known
as the Tax Reform and Direct Legislation League of Ontario and one of
Its chief objects will be to carry on
active missionary work throughout the
province,   The presldenl ot the u-agae
is   Wilson   Southam, editor  of  the  tit-.
tawa Citizen,
Seattle, June 1.���The rush to the
Iditnrod diggings has changed to a
stampede. Seattle shipping, jobbing,
banking ancl mining is stirred us it
has not been since the stampede to
tbe new-  Klondike in 1897.
A letter i.i yesterday from H, M.
Marshon, .veil known in the north as
a conservative mining man, states
that the diggings are "so rich in
places that we must guard the dumps
as we have guarded out pokes in other
districts. Thirty-five miles of pay
dirt on the five creeks already discovered, averaging 500 feet in width,
nnd so rich thai it Is not unusual to
secure anywhere from $5 to $50 per
I pan, is another statement in the Mar-
��� -hon  letter.
These tales bave spread over the
i\. with the i suit that berths have
been sold out : g ago on all steamers leaving wi uin the next month.
Wealthy men ha��� ������ heen compelled to
take steerage : commodatlons, and
the waiting list at the steamship offices is already larger than tlie combined capacity of the north bound
steamers, lt is conservatively estimate.! that 15,000 will go into the new
diggings from Seattle in the next two
months.
One Seattle packing house that two
weeks ago considered the Alaka season a failure, is working to capacity
filling orders for 300,000 pounds of
hams and bacon for the northern
trade. Nothing like tlie rush on the
waterfront has been seen since men
and teams crowded to get accommodation    during    tlie    early    Klondike
stampede.
Two. and possibly three, banks will
be located in the Iditarod at once.
Captain l". T. Barnett, the Fairbanks
hanker, will establish a hank there,
and T. J. N'stor, Mrs. Nestor and a
corps ot assistants left last night on
the steamer Jefferson to start another
hank. Nestor will start his hanking
(I-tares on the Victoria, which leaves
Thursday. Besides the Victoria, the
Olympia sails Friday and the Senator
Sunday.    All are sold ont.
Another advance In the scheme to
make extensive permanent improve-
i ments in the city was made hy the
I city council at a special meeting yes-1
��� terday afternoon, when it was decided
j to call for tenders for the laying of
I cement sidewalks and roads on Sec-1
I ond street between Royal and Sixth
avenues.
Tlie meeting was called to discuss
| cement   matters   in   general   and   the
council finally came to the conclusion
that   the best   way to find out  fibi dl
! tlie different  brands of sidewalk and
the cost of laying them would he to
i call   for tenders  on a   certain   piece
1 of work.
As a  result  of this tenders will be
called  for  at  once  for  the  construction of a permanent road on  Second
Btreet.   When the plans made by the
city   engineer  concerning  this  stieet
are   completed,   ii   will   make   one   of
tlie finest thoroughfares on the coast.
There will he a nineteen-foot houlc-
, vard  down   the  center ol"  the  street.
| This   will   be  planted   with   tnes   as
is done in Winnipeg and many of the
j cities of the east and in the l'nited
; States.     Hetween  the  sidewalks  and
! road and between  the sidewalks and
(tlie  fences there will be more houle-
1 vards, aud the rest of the street will
he paved.
Tlie street is ninety-nine feet wide
and the city lias lots of room to spread
itself.
The tenderers will he asked to state
the kind of pavement they are prepared to put down, the time they are
aide to start and the time they can
finish.
Providing no  objections  are raised
the work  will  commence  as  soon aa
��� possible.
The bylaw session of the city council last night provl li d b vei al hoars
of hard work for the aldermen, They .
bad to consider five or six bylaws In
detail and ii was i i :30 p, m. before
tiie arguments were all in and Ja liter Hoult came around with the big
key of the council chamber.
Although there were sevi ral I o
b ient on the job, most of the points
discussed were matters ot detail in
the wording of the laws. The bylaws were merely read a second time
and may be amended before passing
finally.
Two School Bylaws
The proposed school bylaws pro-
\ Idi i the discussion of the i renlng.
T. .1. Trapp. chairman of the school
hoard, addressed the council on the
advisability of having only one bylaw for both the high school and public scliool debentures, but the majority
of the council held out for the separation of the two proposals and it was
finally decided to go ahead with two
as was originally intended.
it is understood that more will be
heard   of   this   before   the   bylaw   is
finally submitted, as the scliool board
thinks that it is entitled to consideration  as  it  is an  elective  body  with
power to deal  with  matters connected with the schools.    What  the line
of action  will  he it is hard to fore-
tell, but that some effort will he made |
to have their wishes enforced is tbe
supposition of most of the trustees.
Earlier Closing of Bars.
The  liquor license  amendment  bylaw also caused some discussion. The
most   important  change  suggested  in
the present law is that the bars close
every night at twelve o'clock, and remain   that   way   until   six   the   next
morning.    This  cuts off three hours
every night from the bar schedule tind
is objected to  by  the  hotelmen.    At
the  meeting last night Henry L. Edmonds appeared for tlie hotel proprl-
; etors and asked that the change he
made making the hats close at twelve
o'clock, instead of eleven, as suggested.    Lis arguments were listened  to
i hy  the council, but it  is Improbable i
'that   anything   will   be   done   as   the!
aldermen till  seem to bo in favor of.
the change to the earlier hour.
ng Stronger Than Grapejulce In
Churches Now.
|ttl* Creek, Mich.. June 1.���Minis-
erve wine to their congress hereafter will he classed as
[Meggers" In dry Calhoun county.
pdlng to Prosecuting Attorney
far d   Cavanaugh's   announcement
I Nay. The statement was made
Flng an application of a Mar-
" dergymat for n doctor's predion to permit him to get com-
lion wine.
'���< h��al option law makes no ex-
li"11 hi the eases of wine or nlco-
beverages, according to the
.^utor, and nothing stronger than
Juice can he served hereafter.
KING fiEOM CREATED
HIS FIRST PEER YtSTERDAY
Sir  John  Devillers  Is  Made  a   Baron
In   Recognition   of   Services   in
South   Africa.
OFFICIAL   DENIAL.
Ottawa Has Received No Protest
From Earl Crewe.
Ottawa, June 1.���lt is officially denied that the government is in receipt
of a protest from Ear] Crewe, colonial
secretary, against the new Canadian
immigration regulations. The only
communication received is one from
Lord Strathcona, in wliich reference
is made to a criticism of the regulations at the emigration conference
held in London under the auspices
of the Royal Colonial Institute.
Hurt Jumping From Train.
Toronto, June 1.���McKenzie Can
nington, a young Bellville hoy. boarded a freight going west today and
when near Trenton jumped from the
train. Ue fell head foremost Into an
excavation made for the Trent Valley
canal, nearly forty feet deep. He
was taken up unconscious and at first
was thought dead. Later he was taken
to the Belleville hospital and although
bruised is not thought to be dangerously injured.
j Dies  From   Blow on   Head.
Toronto. June 1.���Thomas Horder,
proprietor ot the Saranac hotel, corner Queen und Soho streets, is dead
as a result of a blow from an unknown man whom he was escorting
from ills bar when ahout to close up
his premises over a week ago. Horder
paid little attention to tlie injury at
the time. Erysipelas set in later and
caused death. The police so far have
been unable to find tlie assailant.
Mr.    Edmonds   also   asked    for   a'
change in one of the sections of the j
amendment   making   tlie   hotelkeeper
responsible for all debts contracted by
and all  goods supplied to the dining !
room of the hotel.    The change was
merely   In   the   wording  and   will   be,
looked into before the bylaw is finally
passed.
The   other  bylaws  did   not   occupy
much time, as they wore for borowing
the money authorized in the estimates
and di 1 not require many changes.
Question of Debentures.
A discussion as to the best means
'of selling the debentures was brought
on by Mayor Lee. who suggested thatI
j the   city   issue   registered   stock   cer- J
. tificates  instead  of  debenture  bonds ���.
I as heretofore. He explained the mean-!
ing of the term, registered stock, andl
stated  that  the .plan was working in
Winnipeg   and   Calgary   much   better
! than tlie old debenture bond scheme
had done.
It is probable that all the bylaws]
will he so written that it will he
possible either to issue the registered
stock or adhere to the old plan, as
the council sees fit when it hi s obtained more information on thc subject.
Released on Own Recoqnizan-e.
London June i.���Captain Holford}
D. s. O., who pleaded guilty at tho last
scssiort to obtaining jewelry worth
��4,000 by fraud, was discharged today on cnteiing on liis own recog.lr
zance Ciuo to come up for sentence
If called unon.
A verdict of manslaughter was returned bj the jury yesterday i rening;
against Edward Wilcox accused of
������;;���. i ��� killed Harry Gai m r al Devil'*
Run last January. His brother, Emile,
jointly charged with the crime, was
acquitted, the jury being only out
about half an hour. On Tu tsdaj afternoon Kenty Wilcox, another brother,,
was discharged by Mr. Justice Clement, as there was no evidence to
show he was coi ited with the affray that resulted In the death of
Garner.
In summing up the case to the Jury
yesterdaj evening,���court having adjourned for dinner after the defence
���and    pros "-1111.111    had    completed    ltB
ci - e Mr. Justli e ( lement gave aa
impartial resume of the e\ i lenci
which had been presented by the several witnesses and elucidated some of
the points raised by the defence and
prosecution.
The learned judge explained that
this was a prosecution by the state,
and not a persecution. A human lift'
had heen taken: it was therefore the
duty of tlie state to see that thc
feuilty should be punished for the
crime, and punished according to the
measure of guilt which could be fixed
on him. Whether an offender was
1 to be found guilty or not guilty of
a crime was a matter solely for (he-
jury to decide. The judge's duty was
solely to preside over tlie court and
rule out such evidence as appe ned
to be Inadmissable.
Judge Explains Law Points.
As far as lie was able.  Mr. Justice
Clements stated, he had always tried
to give no personal views in any case
over which he was piesiding. no matter how strongly convinced he misfit
feel that a prisoner at the bar might,
bo guilty or  not  guilty.    It  was his
duty  to expound  the law.  and  there
his duty ended.    The jury alone ha:!
the power to find a man guilty or not
guilty.    If a  judge  made  a mistake,
a prisoner could liave recourse to the
law, but when a jury made a mistake,
1 tiie   law   provided   no   remedy.   He
asked  the   jurymen   to  consider  This
well when deliberating on their verdict.
Touching     upon     any    reasonable
doubts    which    might    exist    in    the
minds  of   the   jurymen,     tho     judge
pointed out that the verdict must be
rend red  solely   on  the  evidence  adduced;   outside   facts   must   have   no
bearing on the  case  whatsoever.
Murder  and   Manslaughter.
The   learned   judge   explained   at.
length tke difference between murder
and manslaughter, pointing ont that
if   one   man   killed   another   In   self-
defence,  that   was   not   murder,  hut
manslaughter.    The  killing  of  a  human    being    was   the   most   serious
crime, and whether done in the heat
of  passion   or   not   was   regarded  bylaw   as   mutfder   if   the   intention   to-
kill   could   be  proved.     A   man   was
supposed to know tlie probable result
of   his  actions,   and   tlte   penalty  for
such actions.    The learned judge explained this at some length., illustrating his meaning for the benefit of the
jurors.
The relation of tlie accused in thc
crime was touched on by the judge..
who explained that one might be
guilty of murder and the other of manslaughter, even if the second did not
actually strike a blow at tlie murdered man. lf he had assisted in
the assault in any way. then he tfaa
guilty, in a lesser degree with the
Oth( r. On the other hand, if the story
of the accused, as told In the witness
box. were true, then both were guiltless of crime.
Drunkenness  No  Excuse.
The defence bad In some measure
attempted   to   palliate   the  crime   by
pointing   out   that   the   parties   were
OLD COLUMBIA STREET
WILL DISAPPEAR TODAT
Last  Phase  of  Modern  Improvements
to Thoroughfare  Is
Under Way.
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*
^W  IMMIGRATION   RECORD ���
  ���
Ottawa,   June   1.���A   record ���
,; ,s heen reached in thc month ���
"'    'Mail   in    immigration    re- ���
''"'ns. and   all hough    not    yet. ���
[July compiled,  lt   is  estimated ���
lla1   the   figures   will   easily ���
",(ll''i   the   r.0,000   mark.     Of ���
u."'s"  20.000  come   from    the ���
Dlled States, ���
,A ���
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London. June  l.-Ktng George  has
seated  his first   ��-^'j'     " ^ ,'
dignity of baron  on Sl   John ru    .
n;vn,iersonU,e::raso.;;;'Hn-
tahlishmeiit   ol   the   l ni'"i
Ai... "John was chief justice ot Cape
of Good nope, president ot.the legw
la.ive  council   .��d  ��  - Vw  conn-
judicial committee ot the P��vy
cil     He  is  now  chlel   J"slUl   ''. .
sSpreme court ot United Bouth Africa,
Two New Fish Hatcheries to Be
Established On Pacific Coast
Toronto  Man  Appointed.
London, June  L.-The ^i h' ,f
sen.hly of lhe l'nited I'm' Church
Scotland has appointed Rev^ Dr. J. ���
MoFaden, of Knox church, Toi onto, to
the chair of Old Tcslnnient, l^ua^
literature and theology in Glasgow
college.
1* 11. Cunningham, Dominion superintendent of fisheries, will spend the
next three weeks In this city and district supervising the work of the department officials in Westminster. Mr.
Cunningham will visit the Hon Accord
! n.ni,,,,, Lake hatcheries, where
he will closely investigate the success
which ts attending a number ot expetl-
J,0���ts tn  piscatorial culture at these
'"SsllT^f the superintendent is
D���?d annually to C. B. Sword, Domln-
���'l flaheries inspector, who will accompany>&. Cunningham on his dlf-
ferent  visits  during his  stay  in  the
district.
Two new salmon hatcheries will
. shortly be established on the Pacific
'coast,  one  at. the head of  Anderson
lake on Barclay Sound, and the other
I on Kennedy lake, Clayoquot Sound.
' Each of these will have a starting ca-
1 pacity of 500,000 fry, With conven-
I iences for enlargements as soon as
I this Is deemed necessary or advisable.
There arc at the present time over
forty flsh hatcheries in Canada, each
station   employing     from    three    to
twelve men.
The last vestige of old Columbia
j street wlll begin to disappear today,
ywhen workmen wlll tear up the old
ear track preparatory to laying the
Hassam pavement on the south side
of the track. Men will work all night
shifting llie trolley wire a few yards
north so that the cars will he run
today over the new track.
The pavement has now been completed as far us Fourth street on the
north side and work will be started
at once on th? south side.
The disappearance of the hump
wbicli at present obstructs the middle
of Columbia street ought to cause
satisfaction as the public has been
tripping over it for the past three
months.
Tlie first double track on the street
was laid yesterday just west of the
station.
(.Continued   on  Pa;:e  Four).
CRANBROOK MILLIONAIRE
SUDDENLY DROPS DEAD
1    Cianbrook, June 1.���Archie Leltch.
aged sixty-two years, senior member
1 and   manager   of  the East   Kootenay
j Lumber Co., with plants at Ryan..
Cranbrook and Jaffray, one of the
most prominent men In the lumber
Industry in British Columbia, after
attending to the day's duties reached
liis home in the suburbs of Cranbrook,
and descending from his auto, fell
into the arms of his son, expiring immediately. The deceased was also
the largest shareholder in the Leitcli-
[ eollerles,    situated    near     Hillcrest.
; Alta., and was one of the millionaries
of the west.
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BIG   CANADIAN   MERGER.
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Hamilton, June 1.���An ofTi-
chl announcement was made
this afternoon of the consuma-
tion of tlie merger of the Montreal Rolling Mills, Canada
Holt and Nut company" Hamilton Steel and Iron company,
and Canada Screw company,
under the name of the Canadian Steel corporation. The
eaiital is $25,000,000.
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PAGE TWO.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY
JUNE 2
Classified Advertisements |"
WANTED.
WANTED���TH
Beaver Cigar
REE BOYS
Factory,
WANTED���YOUNG LADY AS
ographer and foi general
work.   Applj P. 0. Box 21D.
STEN-
ollice
WANTED���A     GOOD      LOT      FOR
building on to cost aboul $500. Reply  to  M, care ot   Daily News.
WANTED TROUSER MAKER. AP-
ply .1. N. Ail dson, ,11 Columbia
street. 	
WANTED SASH ANU DOOR MA-
chine men. Apply Walsh Sash S
Door  company,   New   Westmimie:.
WANTED���HELPER FOR BOILER
Shop. Applj at once to Vulcan
iron Works,   Phone 324.
��de5 Bakery
��i, C. frJark & Sons
Cor. Fourth Ave. and Second St.
Manufacturers ni the bread
thai is making New Westminster famous. Also choice cakes,
i ookli s and candies. Our obliging drivers wi.l be more than
pleased to call.    Phone 135.
j VILLAGE SMilH
CLAIMS DUKEDOM
Good Opportunities f
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ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Grandfather Came to Canada
In Order to Escape Death
During' Revolution.
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
We Can  Deliver the Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldg.
nd   Decj'-ie Streets.
B. C���Phone 680.
Corner  Columbia  S
New Westminster
t> tr
,    Pn
Ad .< . I ise.
,ong ti
WANTED���GIRL TO ASSIST WITH
house work. Apply, A- E, Kellington, 501 Queen's avenue.
Gold
up.
Silver
.6.00.
Silver
.7.50 up,
Agi nt
Watch. 'S
Watch
Watcae
WANTED���TO EXCHANGE 35 1-2
acres oi good land at Lincoln station, Langley, for Westminster city
property. Value $3000. Apply B. C.
Securities, Ltd., Dominion Trusl
Offices, Columbia street, New West-
mlnster.
WANTED    l Gl
ply, Royal < Ity
LL AT unci;.
Laundry.
Al'
WANT::: i
ressi s.
���Central
Goo 1
[otel
1ST
wa
l LASS
;es   pail.
WAIT-
Apply
Tor Ladhs from $12./j
Watches,    gents'    open face
Watches,  gents'  open    case,
for    Waltham   and     Elgin
repairing a spoelaltv.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
For al! kinds of
JOB   PRJNTBNG
Phone 695
or leave orders at
Press
609 Victoria
Montreal,   June   1.���Flying   to   the
now country wliich had only just
passed from the rule of his native
land to a country where lie would
be   sale   from   the  bitter  ami   bloody
The
neai 'l'he
���row
Daily News Co.
Street.
WANTED���MEN     ANU     BOYS    TO
work in ci a factor) as helpers. Ap
ply   her.'.' en  T  and  9  a.m.    Cliff  &
tions.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
WANTED���A   Gl
housework   an.'
ply   125  Thi".!
Rl    FOR  GENERAL
I bin  cooking.  Ap-
avi nue.
FOR SALE���REFRIGERATOR. COST
$20. Nearly new. .lust the thing
for keeping your food in during the
hot weal hei-. Can he seen at 233
Eleventh street, corner Third avenue.   No reasonable offer refused.
FOR SALE ��� BEAUTIFUL HOUSE
and lot. Six rooms. At Sapperton.
A snap, as owner must leave city
at once. .300 cash: $25 a month;
includes interest. Call at 312 Hospital street.    N'o a. ents.	
Preliminary    Notice    to    Contractors.
Tenders for Laying New Water
Main.
Tenders are re |uir'ed for the laying
and jointii g of about fourteen miles
of _T,-inch rivetted steel water main
and about T.Tsu feel of 12-lnch and
7,500 leei of 13-inch lap-welded pipe,
Plans and specifications can lie ob-
tained from the City Engineer, City
Hall, by tlie sixth of Jam.. 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
Citv. Hall, .New Westminster, .May 2:'..
I! 10.
ADVERTISE   IN  THE  DAILY  NEWS
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FOR SALE���GOOD WORK TKAM
(2,800 lbs.). Sound. Also wagon ami
harness (new). Apply A. N. Mac
kay, Burnaby Lake I'. O.. B. C.
FOU SALK ��� MAGOON STRAW-
berry runners. Specially grown
from young plants. Four dollars
per thousand. L. Claude Hill, Burnaby  Lake. P. O.
FOU     SALK  ���  SPEED     LAUNCH
"Vite." :::; feet lonsr, 4 feet li inches
beam; fully equipped with 10 H. P.
four-cylinder "Cowle" engine, together wilh dynamo. In first class
working order. Speed 14 miles per
hour. To he seen at our docks.
Front stieet. The Schaake Machine Works. Ltd.
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ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO RENT���10 ACRES OF CLEARED
land, good house, large barn, packing house, stahle, chicken run. 200
bearing fruit tiees; on good road
close to tram line: (1 miles from
city.    Apply to Wilson, Cook & Co.
TO   RENT���AN   8-ROOMED  HOUSE
on Seventh avenue.    Apply  Wilson
&    Cook,    Northern    Crown    Hank ! ���
building.
Some of our shrewd clients
are beginning to feel that outside property is now nearly
as high as it is worth. Thev sav
TO RENT���FURNISHED
ply Sis, Milton street.
tOOM. AP
FURNISHED
Apply A. H.
Building.
ROOMS
Ferguson
TO   RENT���
Pythian Hall
TO LET ��� UNFURNISHED THREE
rooms; electric light. Apply 233
Eleventh street or 746 Columbia St.
FOR RENT���ROOMS FOR ONE OR
two  gentlemen.    Apply  205 Carnarvon street.
TO RENT���UNFURNISHED ROOM,
Apply corner Royal avenue and Seventh street
LOST.
LOST���POCKKT    ROOK    CONTAIN
ing  511111  of  money    and    valuable |
papers.    Name  on  pocket book,  S. i
N.   Lupton.     Finder   please   return |
to     Kelly.   Douglas   &   Co.,     Fronl
street,   and   obtain   reward.
LOST���On Columbia street between
Alexander and Sixth streets, silver
brooch trimmed with gold. Finder
return to the City Paint. Shop, 37
Alexandra street, and receive re-
��� ward.
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
Edmonds  Waterworks.
Notice is hereby given that all par-]
ties  requiring  water   service  are  re-!
quested to make application on printed
forms,  to  be  obtained at  the  collec-
/.or's office,  as early  ns  possible.
C. T. SAUNDERS, C. M. C.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B. C, May
28, 1910.
BUILDERS     AND     CONTRACTORS.
that the old stock exchange
axiom is good which says "Sell
when everyone wants them;
buy when no one wants them."
They have figured out that they
have done pretty well by real
estate and are now buying
mortgages. They say that seven
to eight per cent, is good for
such high class, gilt edged security���in fact there Is no security better than a mortgage
on improved real estate which
has withstood all the scrutiny-
given morgngos which passes
through our hands. They feel
that with such mortgages
they can sleep pretty comfortably���no anxiety as to a possible drop in value.
If real estate lias done well
for you, or if you are for any
reason looking for the greatest security in investment, it
will pay you to see us and
talk over the matter. Our
knowledge is tit your disposal
without charge. Years cf experience and study of financial
matters of till kinds fit us to
speak with some degree of authority.
i . ��� seculions  of  the   avi tui   days    ol
Robespierre ami Marat, the young son
. ami heir oi the Due de Grand Mon .
aristocrat,   nobleman   and   millionaire
j landed al   Three  Rivers   Quebei .    in
': IT;1::. After many hardships and trials
in a ni w an.i only partly civilized
country he settled down ;'i liene
\ Ule, Qu bee.    Then  lie   turned    his
! aristoci al le   hands   Into    the    grimy
tanned   ones  of  the   laborer  and   be-
. nee the village blacksmith.    In d
time he died and wil i can led to tho
tiny     village     graveyai d.     1 lis     11
bi cai '���'   \ lllage    I lacksmith    in    his
.lea,I.
His   grand   in   is   now   tli ���     vlll
blacl   'i:h.   lie is ai. o said to be tl
rightful owner oi something like
mill.oeu   in   bud   cash   and   ; I !,l   10,01 '
worth of  real estate.
Not Dazzled by News.
Ho has only just discovered the far:
and until such time as liis proofs shall
be Inconti si ible he is content to
make horseshoes for the vi!!
farmers and t. 11 strange Habitant
stories over the forge in the evi In;
'I'l'... story i-- a sim; le one. The 11
de Grand Mont, whose grandson, TT
'.ears old. now labors a' the forge ii
Pierreville, Quebec, fearful for the
salT iv of his fortune, placed it with
Mi.. Order of Sulpiclan Fathers, to be
Ik i'l in trust for his heirs, until such
time as they should claim it. The'
money in those days amounted te
$1,000,000 approximately, ami there
was real estate as well, llis sab! n
capture and execution spoiled his
plans. He died with the secret of the
will and tlie trustei ship unknown to
his son. whose principal care was to
escape from the fearful death which
had overtaken liis father and now-
threatened him. This he managed,
with  tlie  aid  of friends.
The will was forgotten as the years
went by. It remained for a curious
New Yorker, rumaging through the
box of ancient manuscript in search ef
whatever treasure he might unearth
to lay a finger on the secret of thc
De Grand Mont wealth.
Realizing what his lorn and faded
document might mean to the heirs
of the De Grand Mont estate, if any
were alive, the finder of the manuscript set inquiries afoot, which ended
in the finding of the sole Burvivin
member of the once noble family,
now the blacksmith of Pierreville^
Syndicate Works Claim.
But the blacksmith of Pierreville is
an old man, and he lias seen much of
tlie world. He knows that he will
have much trouble before he can get
that, which is rightly his. So he lias
enlisted the aid of wise neighbors and
tlie notary, ami they have formed a
syndicate. The syndicate provides the
necessary funds for the campaign to
prove ibe rights of the blacksmith of
Pierreville to the wealth which was
his murdered ancestor's.    If they
,1'W WESTMINSTER, BURNABY SAPPERTON, I.!'-1' ISLAND, SURREY, LANGLEV, Cull,
I IW U K, SUMAS, VANCl '��� \
NORTH AND SOI I H VAN-
i im'\ ER.
COOK & CO.
Bank    BU
WILSON,
Office:    Northern   Crown
Phone  646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
H
HARRISON       HOT      SPHINGS ��� 100
,., ,., .., wlth three foui I is mile of
v . ti in.' . one mile from the
hotel; .-��� io |. ���:��� ai i   ��� -      ' ,:: ih.bal-
I nee one. two, tl M i   ."i I  tour years
ai & per cent, 	
AD
in Dir
25
Sets
BURNABY
to   tram;
name  the
SNAP-
$ 71 0
t. rms.
-Eight acres,  close
er   i-i i e  aad   j on
percent, off
seven ! I for
this v i
Write  or
Ci    e    nd  Se
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for
BRENING & COMPANY
General  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
We Cm Deliver the Properties.
Rooms :> and 6, Me ink Bldg.
Corner Ci        bia and  B -..' le  Streets
-ster D. C���Phone 686.
SURREY     WATERFRONT    SNAP -
Ten acn     al        " i- r acre;   I    i
CITY���Lot 3 In blocks G niul 7, subcli
dl\ li lon 9, on Si v< nl h:   price ���:' - ���'
easj terms,
KELLINGTON BROS.
.:���  Columbia  and   Begbie   Streets.
Phone 6S0.
HOUSE
enth
pi li e
anee
montl
���A  nice  little  house on   Elev
trei i.    ne ir    Thii tl  avenue;
...   one fbui th   cash,   bai
i lx,    tw< Ive    an 1    < Ighteei
Westminster, B.C
:iPTv;rnsHnHSHEE2r!sj_H
TWO LOTS In Burnaby.
0 each,
close to store
WILS( N, COOK
Office
& CO.
B ink   I    ���
Bank of M
KSTAl
South    Westminster-
lots   on   i .'���'
Pri e .- 250 , ��� r lol;
[f you want
.,     acre     view
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and ne
thej  i
;      on tin
Northern
Ph; ���
Open Evenings for Your Bene; t.
550  FEET  of the   best  waterfront  en
Praser; 21 Va
ta  I md.   Tl ere   are
: . ises  on    this    propel! :��� .
i property can be hi       t foi less
an ���-'-" 11 ;��� fronl  foot.
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succeed they are to share in tlie fortune. The syny.icate will take of
tlie fortune, lf it fails, it. fails. That,
is all, But it will not fail, The good
notary, Guevremont, of Sorel, a wise
man and true, is a prominent member of the syndicate, and Lawyer
Leondre Plante of Montreal, is now
in Paris, proving the right of the
blacksmith to tlie riches of De Grand
Mont.
Leondre Plante
from the  Grande
writes from
Restaurante
Pai is
N'euil-
ly-sur-Selne. that he finds that
wealth increased wonderfully in the
years. So now the estate of that old
Jhie d'' Grand Mont, which was
worth a modest million dollars when
the revolutionists wrecked liis home
and cut off his head, is now worth
almost $80,000,000. There is some
$13,000,000 in money, and some $66,-
000,000 in real estate, including some
of the finest property In the splendid
city of Paris. Some of the streets
��� I may belonu wholly to Ihe blacksmith
��� i of Pierreville, who is a grandson of
the Due de Grand Mont.
iMEDICAL STUDENTS THREW
TOMATOES AT PROFESSORS
Paris,  .Tune  1.���The    medical    stu-
] dents here are determined if possible
ito   change  the   existing   form   of   examination for admittance to the local
'hospitals.     This   w;is    made     known
the other day when the student, body
mustered in full force and confronted
ithe   assembled   faculty,   which     comprises some of the most distinguished
| men of the medical profession in all
i France,
There was a violent outbreak when
Prof. Landouzy spoke and said that
the authorities were determined to
I observe the traditions. This was an-
' swered with a hall of eggs and tomatoes. The professors were be-spat-
tered with various colors, and their
sombre frock coals reminded one of
carnival costumes.
In spite of tlie seriousness of the
occasion the professors were apparently amused. They maintained a
calm and dignified attitude.
Sealed tenders will be received byU
The undersigned up to noon, June 10, L
'for the erection of a tramway station I ���
nnd office building at New Westmln-1'
���_itcr. 11
Specifications can be secured at of-j.
Kle.e of Maclure & Fox, architects,''
*Winch  building.  Vancouver. ,
The lowest or any tender not neces <
aarily  accepted. J J
53. C. ELECTRIC  RAILWAY CO., LD.
Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd.
HAWAII    MAY   GO   "DRY."
Na
T.   R.
Manager
PEARSON,
N.  W.   Branch.
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Prohibitionists Work Hard for
tional Law on Subject.
Honolulu, June 1.���The passage of
a bill absolutely prohibiting the importation of liquor to tlie Hawaiian
islands probably will be asked of congress, should the special election, July
20, called for by congress to determine
the wlll of the people as to whether
the Islands shall become "dry," declare
in favor of prohibition.
Lulu   Island���Twenty   or   Forty   acres
on the North Arm road.   Price onlj
$25(1 . .   Tl e ! ind around this
bi en sub  I  I        and Is   ���
���   double thi   price,    Tl ts  is your
lasi chai
proposi d   " am   line  al   thl
Terms   easy.
CRAIG REALTY CO.
Room 8, Thompson B'ock.
Phone 629.
Representing; The Oie.m Accident
and Guarantee Corp.. Ltd.; The
Property Insurance Co., I I., London,   Eng.;   English   Lloyds.
CAPITAL
RESERVE
I: ���
Se wl
...  Vorl
I    I. A.,
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Ten acres ol ihe I esl i: uli land
acr. s cleare I;
ed an I l igi i I o
i a n,   p iul i ��� small    i
Fronting  on
to   ear.      On        ' ' ''i*-
Five   acres  on   Si
den,  hou! e,  w< '.
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ro id
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i pci Ived li
and i: '���   ���   '
annum   (pri   e
Total   A sel
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NEW  WE8TMI!
G. L
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KELLINGTON
Corner
Columbia  and  Begb
Phone 6S0.
BROS.
Streets.
ers ol     mi! car. ThU
at $1     '   tei
Accidents will happen. Are you pre-
pared to meet doctors' bill->? Let us
tell you about accident insurance.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Watts
Manufactured by
CRAIG
Room   8,
ROYAL CITY REALTY CO.
750 Columbia  Street
A SNAP���Eight lots, all cleared, between Se "iid and Third streets, I n
$325 each; will s 11 singly, one-
fourth cash, balance six, twelve and
eighteen months. Call up phone
���in:;.
REALTY CO.
i   Thompson   Block.
Phone  629.
TO    CONTRACTORS.
HERE IT IS���Ten acres In Surrey,'
near tramline; all cleared; fine alluvial soil; under cultivation. Price
$200 per acre: $700 cash, balance
one, two and three years. Call up
pi me  133.
ROYAL CITY REALTY CO.
750  Columbia   Street
Tenders will be n i elved until no n
ol Saturdaj. June 11 for 11 i tain alterations and auditions to the Bank of
Montreal.     Plai
may   be  had  from   I ountant  In
the hank.
GRANT   &   HENDERSON,
\ ���  ���  teel
J. HENLEYl
NEW   WESTMINSTER, 6.
elephone 13. Office. E;k
191-2 Acres al
1 '���;'*
;uvum
The   Oliver  Tj i ev riti      '���.:���:.
746   Columbia   street   Is  being
- tai tlj aski d foi phi        You
can learn the olivet at 1 ie. Si
teen cents i da ��� |       for it.   S< e il".
ton E. Sands and ask him to ti 11 :   u
all  about   it.
Fronting ^
cash,   balance to
Enquire at
S. O. PAlM
Tanbcrland P.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
l-\   &    A.
of  this
Wednes-
UNION*   LODGE,   No.  '.'.   A.
M.���The  regular  meeting
Lodge is held on the first
day in each month, at S o'clock pm.
in the Masonic Temple. Dr. W. A
DeW'olf Smith, secretary.
KING SOLOMON LODGE, No. IT.
A. F. S- A. M.���Regular communications of this lodp;o are held on the
second Tuesday in eacli month In
the V. sonic Temple tit S p. m. F.
Broad, secretary.
L. O. L., No. 1150.���Meets In the
K. of P. building, corner of Agnes
and Eighth streets, on the first and
third Fridays of each month. Henry
Bennett, \V. M., Nell J. Mathison,
secretary.
ROYAL ORANGE L
Meets in K. of P.
Agues and Ki_htli
third  Wednesdays
ODGE, No. 1D93.
building, corner
streets, first and
of    each   month
at 8 p. in. Leigh Netherby, \V. M.;
W. Scott Phlpps, recording secretary; J. MacLean, financial aecre-
tary.
O. O. F., Royal City Lodge No. %���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in new Odd Fellows' Hall,
Eighth street, corner of Carnarvon
street, every Friday evening at 8
o'ciock. II. .1. Lee, N. G.; \V. II.
Orr, recording secretary.
1. O. O. F., Amity Lodge No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Odd Fellow.s hall,
cor. Carnarvon and Eighth steets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
J. Ferguson, N. G.; W. C. Coatham,
P. G., recording secretary; R, A.
Moore,  financial  socretary.
HARMONY ENCAMPMENT, No. 2,
I. O. O. F.���Meets every second
and fourth Wednesday of the
month ln f. O. O. F. hall. George
Adams, grand patriarch; E. L. Web
ber, scribe.
I. O. O. P., Boulah Rebekah lodge
No. 5���The regular meetings of
this lodge are held ia new Odd
Pel.ows' hall, Eighth street, corner of Carnarvon street, ev��ry first
and third Thursday of each month
at 8 o'clock. Mrs. May Matheson,
N. O.; Miss M. D. Johnston, secretary.
A. O. U. \V., Fraser Lo Iga N i, 3���
Meetings tbo first and third Tuesdays In each month. Lodge room,
A. O. TT. W, hall, Odd Fellows'
block, Clarkson street, r. s. O"
rlgan, recorder; George Salt, y
ter workman.
CANADIAN ORDER, \V. O. W.,
rami) No. 53, meets In the old I.
O. O. F. hall. 1). S. Curtis, Con.
Commander;   F.  O. ('.infield,  c>ik.
NATIVE BONS OF B. C, Po*1 No. 4
���Meets every thlid Thursday of the
month in K. of P. hall. M. J. Phil-
lips, chief factor; Angus MeCol.,
secretary.
ROSE  OF  COLUMBIA   LODGE   NO.
115, S. (). E. B. S.���Meets every second and fourth Wednesday evening
In the K. of B hall. 1'. R. Brown,
president;  II. Disney, secretary.
FRATERNAL ORDER 07 EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets ev��ry Tuesday
evening at 8 p. m. In tue Eag.es'
hall, Columbia street. II. Scho-
fleld, secretary.
GRANITE LODGE NO. 16, K. OF P.���
Meets every Thursday at 8 p. tn.
in tbe K. of P. hull. \V. T. Cooksley. O. C; A. McDonald, K. of R.
and S.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, Lord of the Inles
Camp 191���Meets on the second
and fourth Tuesdays of every
month In K. of P. hall. Chief. A.
Halcrow; J. J. Forrester, recording
secretary.
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1 Benson &
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Old 6U
���   8th St., Next to Fashion
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COl'RT BUI'NETTK, No. 40911. I. O.
P.���Meets the fourth Friday ln tlie
month at 8 o'ciock In the mnull
hall, Odd Fellows' block.   J.   B. Rush
ton, G. R.;
secretary.
F. B. Maxwell, recording
ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE���Meet every Thursday at 8
o'clock p. m. In Odd Fellows' hall,
Columhla Btreet So.pet Councillor,
W. V\ llaggman; recording secretary, George  Burr.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL
128n ��� Meets   second    and    fourth
��� Mondays at 8 p. m. in St. Patrick's
hall.
A. O. F.���Court Royal Columbia No.
8808, meets in Knights of Pythias
ball on tho first and third Fridays
of each month at. 7:30 p. m Visiting brethren welcome. J. J. Randolph, secretary.
If there are forty people in New
Westminster who want to buy a Hummer camp site they have an exceptional chance this week aa While,
S|,lien K-. Co. are offering forty choice
lots at White Rock for from t22U to
.350 each, on terms of $100 cash and
the balance in four half-yearly payments. *���
Ready
Monei
A   GOOD     FRIEND
ALWA��
uiotic
���'��� T0   .,
need |UI
If you deposit   your
safety in The Bank
it will he safe  whili
lt, and ready when >;">
and  It  Will be
AUTheTm-\
earning for you three Prr
interest. Small or large
may be deposited 6t ;,ny
cent- ]
tlrje-
80   BRANCHES
in   Ontario,
CAPITAL
REST   ...
Quebec
West.
iiiul
tbe
.$4:
4,750
Bank of Tor
NEW   WESTMINSTER
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Mgr- 1 THURSDAY, JUNE 2,
16 id.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
New Westminster lo New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
P= Brackman-Ker  wharf  at  3   P.   M.   daily   except.   Saturday,  and
Saturday tor BteveBton and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
THEY DON'T EAT,       AWFUL RAVAGES OF
BUT JUST GORGE     TI WHITE PLAGUE
"Rita," English Novelist,
Takes Farewell Fling at
Americans.
Tickets a'
It.  C.  E.   H. ticket ollice and on hoard Bteamer,    Elec-
.,   ears leave Steveston every hour (on the half-hour) for Vancou-
Sec the  Famous  Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc.
n   u.\ trip tickets to Steveston. Saturday afternoons, |1,
Vou can gi i Hammocks and Ke-
frlgei itors, Screi a Doors ami Screen
Windows, Lawn Mowers and Sprinklers, Sreen Wire I' inn led I il ei
l lose and Col ton l lose.
Sherwin-Williarrs   Paints.
"Ladies'  Aid"   Range.
U Ll  L '*A
XL
,i s
Weekday Schedule |
re We tminster for Vancouver at  5:50,  6:20,  6:50, 7:20, ���
1 '��� ��� ry half hour ther. after until 11 p, m. *
eave Vancouver for Westminster  at   5:50,  6:50,  7:20,  8:00 ���
i         :���  half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m. *
.n   Fare:   Adults,  60c;   children  under  12, 35c.       ��� *
5   Scheduli���Cars leave   Westminster   for  Vancouver  at   8 ���
and every half hour thereafter until ll  p. m. 2
s leave Vancouver tor Westminster at   8  a.  in., 9  a.   m,  and *
i   If hour thereafter until 11:30 p.  m, ���
Sunday  Excursion Hates:   Return fare, 50c;  children, 25c. %
"���t   -lit   Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouver ���
i'.mt) a. in.. 11:20 a. in. and 3:20 p. m.    Freight cars leave Van- f
iver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20. X
*
CITY   AND  SAPPERTON   LINE. ���
City Limits Li.'ii���20 minute Bervlce from 6:15 a. ra. to 11 p. m.       ���
Sunday   Se vlci     Half   hourly between 8 a. m. and li  p. m. *
Sapperton  Llni���20 minute service, frotn 6:25 a. m. to 11:10 p.m.   *
���
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Sunday   Service���Half  hourly between 8:30 a. m. and ll p, m.
I.C.  ELECTRIC RAILV/AY  CO.
��� York, June 1.���Mrs. R. R.
Humphreys, bettei known as "Rita"
Uie English novelist, took her final
fling at America and An ericam today when she i aili d for bom., on the
s eamship Majestic, after a Bix wi i ks'
Bojourn here,
���'���lis. Humphreys was sine thai she
would never, never grant another Inti i view to reporters m this country,
bui ended le, talkln i foi al leasi i weu-
ty-flve minuti s,
Didn't  hay  They Were  Fat.
"The ne'.'. spa] ers said that I called
American  women  r.,i  and said  they
shrieked wlii ii they spoke." said Mis.
Humphreys, -and I ni ver said any-
thing  oi  ii:e kind."
"Didn't you say something ahout
the. way they aie'.'' sue was aske I.
Ve.,"   Mrs,   Humphreys   admin. 1,
"and   I   will   say    something    more.
Ana rican   people   do  not   eat,    i...
goi | e  Hum. ' Ives.    Thai  IS  why    tbe
women are so fat," she ended,
"Well,   what,   do   you   really     think
about their voices," she was asked,
Voices High Pitched.
"I'll admit that their voices tiro
pltcm Bhe wi in on, "but that
can be excused I ��� cause of noi i Ible
noises thai are going on in this city
all the time, i found thai In Boston
and Washington, the voices ol the women are w< ll modulated and soft In
Boston the women aie very refined;
while in Washington thej are so cultured thai they are really delightful."
"How about the men of America?"
"I don't know* much ahout the men,
one hardly ever sees them, they are lu
theii ofiice all day long and are so
busy making money that they don't
pay any attention to Bocial affairs.
Your men are not polished, but they
are as polite as the Kn, iis'h gentlemen. They treat their women us
equals."
Men  Most Intelligent,
"Well, don't you think woman is
equal to man in Intelligence?"
"No, I can't say thai 1 belii ve they
have leached the same intellectual
l lane as men."
������Mow about the English suffragists?"
"1 don't believe in that," said Mrs.
Humphreys. "1 think the suffrage
movement very silly."
"How aboul  American home life?"
"There isn't any," said the novelist.
"Americans are too busy to have any
home life. They don't pay any attention ' ���. their homes."
Ten   Thousand    Canadians
Die Yearly of Tuberculosis
Half Might be Saved.
K^
With the placing on the market
of the Finest Sub-Division in the
City of New Westminster
I
o
O
0 Lots on 1st street and 7th avenue at
prices ranging from $300 to $500, according
to location.
We need hardly point out to you the advantages to be gained in buying in what is the
finest part of the city.
Buy Now, and you will be making the
Best Investment you ever made
S. FADER
Phone 712
451 Columbia St.  -  New Westminster
J
Wlnnlpi... May 31.���"It is estlmal d
tl Can ida   from  8 000  to   L0.000
l" ������ die annually from tuberculosis,
and ol iIn se all the i xperts are ;-.������ ieed
tl       ;   it to be able to save fully
half. Alto el her this country loses
from .1H,OUO,000 to $20,000,000 annu il-
Ij        i these deaths."
i was an outstanding sentence
in ��� valuable pap ir given j esti i day
al l ie mi ting of the Vli nitoba Medi-
. ilatlon by Dr. P. L. Schaffnef,
on "Some ways by which our
fi il and provincial governments
'' lissist iii combating inue;cuh
'i ��� pa] er was considered to be ol
B     i lent value as to be refei r< d to an
oi      I m   a i ulli i' dlscui sion upon
i Its su     sti bs mil hi be pos-
���   ���   hi adlng of my rem 11   ,"
l iii.   Schaffnet,    "is  In ll< ative
tli.'  mj   paper must 1     poll     li,
e i, i mi .iii,-  follows thui   ll   will
paitj Ism. Pai tj Ism n j
h.. ������ a usi full turn tion In dui political
i , but nol  in a a edlc il coun
cil. On i wo oi caslons, at lei . In my
1 has been be-
���fi r federal  parllamei i  ana    i>������
i ���    ���      '.    al tent ion ol i of oui
b ��� n on both si les ol the hi
but in   er was tin re the sll talnl
of ���      yl di dlsplayi '  ll ha   been
and   ��� ild, to corabi     i
ti       ...       ol      <;....
i illy, retiulri s the cornl ed ac
lion wise    overn tie il. .,ell train
ed i ... and an intelligent  [    i-
' pie.
Disease  Is Common.
"This disease is well known
amongst us, particular^ In its com-
;: form   of   consumption   of   the
1 a,.. .    \\ e i 11 know that some years
ago it was supposed to be hereditary,
and also to be practically lni urable,
We now know that it is not Inherited;
i we       - know that many casi s, in fact
11 may say the greater proportion oi
casi 3,  can  bu cured if taken  at the
|'pr< pi : time.    We also know that tiie
children  of  consumptives  have    not
m   i ssarily to have the disease, since
1 it is not inherited, but it maj be con-
tr    ��� id  afterwards.    '1'his  disease  is
; caused  by a living germ, one that is
directly  contagious and easily    communicated.   At the same time, forum-
atel)  for us. the disease ma}' br prevented by destroying the sputum of
thi   patient.   This disease of tuberculosis  is  curable  to a  large  extent  If
ti     a  in  time,  and there have heen
I many  efforts   made  In this  directi n
1 of  late  yi ars.    Wi   are  making pro
.   i   i     c   nbatl       '"'.    Sis  ase   in
! many lines;   we aie  learning   by  ex
perience, but although iiiuch lias be n
one to rellevi suffei Ing and to pre
vent the spread of this dn ..1 destroy
er of humanity, and although I am
.lad to see that a large number ot
people are taking an interest In this
question, at the same time the fight
has only just begun,
70,000 Canadian  Victims.
"One million people di^ of consumption annually, but Canada alone, is the
country with wliich we are concerned
today. It is said that there are at
least from 60,00 to 70,000 of our people
at this moment suffering from this
dread disease: it claims from death
at least 12,000 of our people every
year.
"In Germany," continued Dr. Schaff -
ner," wliich is ono of tho mos; advanced countries in tlie tight against
tuberculosis, fne state has recognized
that it lias a duty to perform, and by
means of wise legislation it lias so
improved the condition of the working
classes that this disease has heen cut
down forty percent or more in a little
over a quarter of a century. In Germany the state recognizes that it has
a duty to perform in this matter." The
speaker also told the meeting of the
work being carried on against tlie
disease in other countries, and asked
why we should not accomplish great
things in Canada. He appealed for
a more rigid insnection of settlers and
their effects. "We spend in tills country over $1,000,000 per year in bringing those immigrants into Canada.
What ever may be said > f the class
of the Immigrant, all admit that they
aro not better citizens than the native Canadian, then our governments
should spent more energy upon saving and preserving the lives of our
own citizens, ns well ns paying large
sums for foreign importations."
5000 Should Be Saved Yearly.
"It Is estimated," continued Dr,
Schaff tier, "that in Canada from S.000
to 10,000 die annually from this disease, an.l of these nil the experts are
agreed that we ought to bo nble to
save fully half. To say nothing of the
misery and suffering and trouble
caused by this fell disease, think of
the immense money loss which this
Dominion suffers thereby. If Canada
loses from 8.000 to 10.000 people annually from this disease, there must
be in the country 40.000 to 50,000 suffering from it.
Loss Reduced to Dollars,
Estimating each life as worth $1000,
a most moderate estimate, and the
loss resulting from the Inactivity of
the patient, during the years he is ill
at $1,000 or more, that makes $2,000
for each life lost from this disease.
On this basis this country loses from
$10,000,000 to $20,000,000 annually
from these deaths. Does not. this
furnish a strong reason on the money
basis alone, why our governments
should provide any reasonable amount
required for thp purpose of combating
this dread disease?
AMERICAN PASTOR'S TRIBUTE.
U.S. Needs Baptism of Spirit of King
Edward.
Duluth,  June  l.���"lf  Edward  VII.
had been in the place of George ill..
the United stales would now be a part,
of the British Empire," said  Uev.  A.
; M. McCoy, of (hand Forks, N.D., In an
address last  right at tiie First  Methodist   church   here.     Uev.  Mr.   McCoy
characterized King Fdward as a lover
of   all   classes   anu   the   great   pei ���
maker of his day. He said that it was
for these qualities that King Edward
will long be remembered, lie said it
was fitting that a close bond of sympathy be evidenced between .America
and England by such tokl ns as memorial services being held in this country on the death of King Fdward. lie
said in part: "The estimate our country places on a monarch ls not ha ed
upon the royal robes and 6ph ndid
tinsel, bul upon the man himself. Fdward VII. was every ind. a king." The
estimate goe ! farther than that, it is
not only on a ruler's manhood, hut is
based also on the condition of his
country at his time .and tlie Influences
under which he lived and reigned. Fit-
ward VII., in a decade fraught with
n .lb ary perils, held neacc. and 1
know or bul one American, John Hay,
wbo can he ranked with him in this
respect. Americans need a baptism of
the  spirit   of  King   Edward."
NOTICE    TO    CONTRACTORS.
Tenders will be received by tl. ���
undersigned lor the construction tm*
the first section of the Canadian
Northern Pacific Railway trom New.
West minster easterly im- a distance
i<i sixty mib s. Ten lers to include
the grading, bridging, masonry, track,
laying, ballasting an.l erection of telegraph line.
Plans, profiles and specifications;
may tie seen and Tender Forms pro-
''ned at lhe ollice ���f T. 11. White.
Chief Engineer, Room 15, 135 Hastings Streel West. Vancouver,
Total work to be completed hy June
1. 1911, and tenders lo be received
ai our bfflce, Toronto, not later than
.lime   1", 1910,
MACKENZIE, MANX & CO., LTfX
LAND  ACT.
While Star���Dominion
Canaiicn Service
New   Westminster   Land   District..
District of New Westmins.er.
Take notice that Simon llenry
Clowes ot Vancouver, It. C. occupation, building Inspi ctor, Intends to apply for permissli a to purchase the fob
lowing described land :
Commencing al a pqsl pli nted at
the S. F. point, el a small isiand lyinj-
in channel between Granite Island an<s
Nelson island: i a : rtherly, westerly, southerly and eai ti rly. along th' ���
shore to the place of commen ���
containing  10 acres more or li    ;.
SIMON HENRY CLOWES,
Applicant
Per JOHN F. BAGGS,
April 20, l.io. Agent
NEW STEALERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S. LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw.   14,900  tons.
,S. MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,    14.900   tons.
largest   and    most   modern.
cominodation  equal  to any cross
ing  the  Atlantic.
The
Ac
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
V3CTCR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone  681
LAND  ACTS.
New Westmister Land District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that. All xander McLen*
nan. of Vancouver, British Columbia*
occupation contractor, intends to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted a*
ithe southeast point of the Island eitu-
,ale about four (4) cliains trom Timber limit No. 38733, thence northerly-
land westerly and southerly and east-
l erly around the shore al low tide-
to place of commencement, containing
four   acres,   more   or   less.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.
J. F. BAGGS, Agent.
March 17.  1910.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625 Columbia Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.     J
A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. Cal.
And   at  603   Hastings   St.,  W.
Vancouver, B. C.        Phone 5925.
Re Lots number M and 15, Flock:
���1. Xew Westminster suburbs.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of Title Number 6692 A. issue*!
in tlie name of Eustace Alvauley .leans
has been filed in this ofiice.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month front
���tlie date of the first publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Wi st minster, Issu ��� 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 \2, igiO.
NOTICE.
Cloverdale
E.M. Carncross & Co
Real Estate
Insurance, Loans, Conveyancing
Notaries Public
Surrey Farm Lands a Specialty
Local Agents:
Cloverdale   Improvement   Co.,
Ltd., and F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
Cloverdale, B. C.     L. D. Phone.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
ates  Given  on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
Phone   383
Est
Thomson   Blk
The public is hereby notified that
neither the master nor owner of the?
four-masted barque Marlechen will be
responsible for any debts contracted
by any member of the crew.
A. N. TORNQV1ST, Master.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver  Landings
The  New  Sternwheelet"
���������������I������ wm ������������������SM
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 S a. in.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday. Fri-
jday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
(First Class Passenger Accommodation.
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New  Westminster.
NOTICE!
Until further notice this*
bank will be open
SATURDAY EVENINGS
from seven to nine o'clock.
Repet Orders for Jet.
London,    June    1.���Repeat    orders
have been received at Whitby for sup-
' piles of jet ornaments and mourning
I attire.
W. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730  FOURTH   ST. PHONE   R527
I    Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminster..
F. Shute, Mgr.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhanger*
I and Decorators.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room (1. Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence Phone 133
P. O. Box 395
Phone 730
McMurphy & Craig
Heating and Plumbing
All   Jobbing   Promptly   Attended   To
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214 Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER B.C.
Colonial  Block
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Martet
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and  Fifth  Avenues
PHONE 370.
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THE DAILY
WS.
"HURSDAY, JUfog 2
The Daily News
Published by The Dally -News Puulisa-
iue Company, Limited, at their offices
Corner   of    McKenzie   an.l    Victoria
SIM (IS.
EXCLUSIVE SALE
-i 1-2 Acres in Burnaby, block 11.    Price way below
market value.
Investigate this.
THURSDAY, JUNE 2,  1910.
WHITE   LABOR.
No i light Importance would se^m
to lie attached to tin- Incoming of a
further batch of seventy-three Cana-
idian-French lumbermen, who. with
.their wives and families, arrived in
this city from Quebec on Saturday
night. The men are now at work ai
the hi;; Fraser mills and represent a
further instalment of white workers
io displace the Asiatics, chiefly Hindus, who have hitherto been employed
jit. the mill. These sturdy, experienced sons of Quebec have been
found io he In every way superior to
.���lie Asiatics, and with tlie arrival of
:l further party of some twenty families later on the Fraser mill wiil
be entirely run with white labor anu
J.ho   yellow   men dispensed   with.
Fathi i-  O'Boyle,  who  gathered the
partj    togetl er    in    the    east    and
brought, them through, just as he did
with   a   similar   party   a   few   months
ago. regards tin- Immigration of these
French   speaking   Canadians    to    the
west as tlie beginning of the solution
of  the   Asiatic problem.    '"  this  he j
is probably   right.    Yellow  labor has
iieun  and  is  being  employed  at   the
mills   in   tiiis   province   not   because
"it is the most economical or the most
satisfactory,  but  simply  because the
necessary  white labor  cannot be obtained.    In   very   many ways   indeed
Asiatics have proved most unsatisfactory.    They are by no means cleanly
in   their   habits,   they   are   slow   and
lacking the necessary intelligence for
the work, and have a strong inclination to shuffle, whilst they are often
impudent and ciuarrelsome.
Now,   however,   that   mill   owners
have found that they can obtain the
services  of  men  who  are   skilled  in
dealing   with   lumber,   who  are  moreover industrious and law abiding, and
amenable to order and discipline, they I
will   probably   not   be   slow   to  avail
themselves of the opportunity of sub-'
stitnting these for the Asiatics.   Clr-
cumstances would also seem to favor ���
us in  this  direction,  for  it  is  stated
that  many  of the older mills in the
eastern   provinces   are   closing   down
owing to the shortage of timber.   We
may fairly assume that when the Quebec lumbermen discover that they can
obtain good employment at wages in
advance of those they have been earning in the east they will not be slow
to   follow  the  example   set   by   their
fellow   countrymen   who  are  already
here, and come out to British Columbia.
Father O'Boyle also speaks of tlies>
French speaking Canadians as a
hardy and industrious people, of a
character specially fitted to colonize
the yet undeveloped portions of this
province. They hare been leaving
their settlements in large numbers
during the past year or two, many
going to the United States. If these
worthy folk can bur be induced to
remove to this coast they will surely
,be welcomed. Apart from the lumber-
ring and agricultural industries wliich
will profit by such Immigration, the
girls of the French-Canadian families,
who enjoy a high reputation as housekeepers, will prove a force towards
the solution of tlie domestic help
problem out here.
To Father O'Boyle thanks are due
for the innovation which lie has so
successfully introduced, tind if these
good people do come out to British
Columbia in the numbers that are anticipated and thus rid us of the plague
of Asiatics lie will merit the very substantial gratitude of tlie community.
Fire, Life, Accident and  Marine
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(Established 1710.)
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Frees Mie Wilcox
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drunk al the time, bul the law provided no excuse for crimes committed while under the influence of
liquor, although this might account
for the absence of criminal intent. The
evidence that till the parties to the
tragedy were drunk at the time was.
very weak however.
After a few more dfrections as to
tlie way in wliich they were to weigh
tlie evidence, tlte presiding judge resumed his seat, his charge having occupied about half an Hour.
One Freed;  Other Found Guilty.
The jury was out twenty-five mln-
utes, and on returning to tlie box the
foreman announced that the members
had arrived at the conclusion that
Bmile Wilcox was not guilty, and that
Edward Wilcox was gu^>- of manslaughter.
Mr. Justice Clement thereupon discharged Emile Wilcox and announced
that he would sentence Edward at
tlie close of the assizes.
Emile was affectionately greeted by
his sister and brothers as he stepped
from the dock a free man.
Morning Session.
During the morning all the evidence
taken was that of Harry Wilcox, who
was discharged on Tuesday, and the
EXTEND  I. C.  R.   10 TORONTO.
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little more time    for  recreation.    KindU
We  are   endeavoring   to   give our employees a
this   by   shopping   early.     We  close  at  5  p.  m. daily except  Sato day.
st us
Traffic  Manager Tiffin   Is  in Favor of
the  Move.
Montreal. .Tune 1.���E. Tiffin, general
traffic manager of tlie I.C.R., wants
the Intercolonial extended to Toronto.
"We recognize," lie said, "that our
markets lie in Montreal and west of
this city, and the Intercolonial does
all it can to make those markets accessible to the people of the lower
provinces. For my part," he added, "I
think it would be a grand tiling, both
for the Intercolnlal and for the Maritime provinces, if tlie Intercolonial
railway were extended to Toronto.
Such an extension would" mean great
prosperity for the Maritime provinces,
and he of considerable benefit to Ontario, too."
Business in tlie Maritime provinces
was sliowing a gradual improvement,
Mr. Tiflin said, but he deplored the
fact that these provinces were getting such a small share of the immigration. "There are plenty of good
farms, witli excellent prospects for
new settlers," he said. "All that is
the matter with the lower provinces
is that they want population, and I
don't think our Provincial govern*
ments are doing as much as they
might do to induce that population to
come."
Knights of Pythias
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Smart separate coats in an elegant array of pretty
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did not correspond exactly with that i
, of his two brothers, but the two pris-
. oners  told   almost   exactly   the same
tale.    The  story  of the  man  who  is
now   convicted   of  manslaughter   wasj
Uie   most   lucidvand   cimcumstantial
' of all the evidence offered and seemed
to   impress   tlie   jury.     According   to ]
' him   and   to   the  other  brothers   the:
I trouble had  started over Harry  Gar-'.
: ner insulting and striking Mrs. Emilct
; Wilcox.
There was a general unpleasantness '
and then he, Edward Wilcox, tried to
- persuade   Harry  Garner  to  go  home.'
Garner would not go, and  there  was
a fight on the beach in which Edward
Wilcox knocked Garner down.    After ,
that he again told Garner to go home
Instead of  doing so.  he went  to  the
boat, picked  up an oar and savagely '
attacked Edward.    Edward swore that
he  was hit  on  tlie leg so  hard  that!
he thought that it. was broken.    He
was also struck on both arms and on
the  side of the  head,  the  last blow,
rendering him  unconscious and causing him to fall into the shallow  water.    When  he came to he was lying
in his bed in the house.   Cross examination   by   the  prosecution  failed   to
shake the  story.    The prisoner  took
remarkably good  care  of   himself  in
the witness box, giving liis story in
a   clear,   concise   manner,   and   never
opr-e   becoming   confused   under   the
rain of questions by the prosecuting
attorney.
Tlie  man   was  fighting  for  his  life
bti_ knew it, and yet he occasionally
allowed a smile to play over his face ,
as he baffled the attorney who strove
to shake his testimony.
I Th�� Defence.
In presenting the case for the  de-'
fence,     Mr.     Craig,     of     Vancouver,
Bought to  impress the Jurymen  with
the fact that the parties to the case
were under the influence of liquor at.
the time the murder took place, tind
1 also laid  stress  upon  the  suggestion
' that Harry Garner was killed in self-
defence,  in   which  case  the  most Be-
rious  verdict   that  could be returned
against the accused would be one of
manslaughter.    Certain   discrepancies
I in the evidence of witnesses, favorable
; to  the  accused,  were  touched  on   hy
: the  pleader,   who  addressed   the  jury
. for nearly an hour.
The Crown's Case.
In  his address to the jury for the
j prosecution, Deputy Attorney General
I McLean    made    out    a    strong    case
'against the accused, especially against
Edward Wilcox.   He ridiculed the sug-
i gestion that a young man like Henry
Garner could attack  Edward In  such
a way as to endanger his life. Young
Garner was no match for the Wilcox
brothers, nor yet for any one of them.
i The evidence of the witnesses clearly
proved that the Wilcox boys were the
terror of  the  countryside    and    that
t their ungovernable tempers were well
I known.    The   murder of  Garner  had
been  a brutal  affair, tlie dead  man's
face had been battered and smashed
: almost beyond  recognition,  but there
] was no trace of any but trifling in-
All members of Royal and Granite
Lodges and visiting brethren are requested to meet in Pythian Castle
Hall, Tuesday, June -. at 2 p. m. sharp
to attend the funeral of our late
brother. Charles Gilley.
By order of Chancellor Commanders.
A. P. GRAXT. K. of R. and S.
Xew Westminster. B. C. June 1.
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blue,
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Stunning  Selection  of  Summer
See the pleasing models in   linen dresses.    Chiefly   in   the   Prim-ess
trimmed  in a variety of fetching styles.    In shades of rose, natural, pin
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Good   Taste   in   Summer   Coats
Striking effects in long  linen coats, exclusive styles with a noteworthy   dlBtlnctivei
much-wanted   shades,   Including  natural,  hrown,  blue,  pink,  tan   and white, insert
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Special  for  Today  and   Friday.
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Only   10   cents   per   tin.
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eral  styles  with  black  braiding   and   buttons,   and   skirts   in   braided,  plain  an.l   knitted   I
include' grey, pink,  tan  mauve, blue, natural linen and white.    From     $:i to $17.50
Cream   Dress   Fabrics
We have  the  best  selection of Dress Goods in the city.    A visit  here  will convince ���
A splendid collection of summer materials in all wool  serges. Panamas, worsteds, mohali
stripes  in  various  weights.   Watch for our showing of Cream  Fabrics.       From      35e to >i*��
Ten  pieces White
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Wc buy for cash and sed for thc s;>.me.
White  Lawn   10c per yard
Victoria Lawn, 31   Inches  wide,  flne quality.    Special, per yard
New Striped   Dimities   20c   per  yard
wash dresses:   white   ground   with   neat   st  lipe'ln   a  chol  e   variel
A dainty fabric for wasli dresses;  white ground  with  neat
Hindering   fabric; good weight;  .7 Inches wide. Per  yard
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SEEKS DIVORCE AT 91.
Wisconsin  Nonagenarian Accuses Her
Husband, 81  Years Old.
Appleton, Wis., June 1.���Mrs.
George Parmann, aged 91, limped into
court and filed a petition for divorce
from her husband, 81 years old, whom
she accused of cruelty.
Just before this application was fil-
ed she had appeared in a justice court
and had her husband placed under
51,000 bond to keep the peace.
Despite her age Mrs. Parmann had
walked to the justice's ofiice, a distance of over a mile, to file her complaint.
 ��� i juries   on   Edward   Wilcox,   who   pre-*
SUES BROTHER FOR A | tended  he had been  rendered  uncon-
BOARD  BILL  OF $1,440   selous by blows struck by Garner.
  The   able   address   of   Mr.   Mchean
Pittsburg, June 1.���After providing ' impressed the jury forcibly, and cer-
roorn and board for him for eight \ tainly placed the Wilcox boys, more
years, A. J. Davis filed suit against ! particularly Edward, in an unfavor-
bis brother, John M. Davis, for a bill   able light.
Just a Few Left ot
West End View
Lots
In Lot 10, Sub. Block 12, between 8th and
10th Avenues, to thc east of 18th Street.
Price $350, one quarter cash, balance 6, 12
and 18 months. These lots are close to the
new cut off, and you will be wise if you step
in now and secure them.
Two Good Buys
2 nice lots on  Hamilton  St..   all cleared,
50x150.    Price $800 each cash, or $1000 on
terms.
Lot 7 on 11th St., Block 19, Sub. block 7.
Price $750 on terms.
Maple Ridge
120 acres of good land, close to Mission City
Price is $35 per acre. $1000 cash handles
this.   Balance on very easy terms.
TWO   SNAPS
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Eight-room modern house on
132 feet B.uare on Third street.
tween Queens and Third avenues; all
conveniences; price $5500; $1200
cash,  balance  to  suit   purchaser.
Eight-room modern house on corner
lot Tuxl^tl, corner Fifth street and
Third avenue; quantities of fruit;
price $5250; one-half cash, balance to
arrange.
Vancouver financial Corporation, ltd.
Room    4,
Merchants    Bank
Phone   591
Building
of $1,440, covering tlie period named,
and for an alleged $4fi0 loan in addition.
The plaintiff alleges that his brother
verbally agreed to pay for lodging,
tneakfasts and dinners at tlie plain-
liff's home in Black street, East End.
lie tsks $16 a month for ninety-six
months, which, he says, is a reasonable charge for the accommodations
i-Jr.it   were furnisned.
At the close of his presentation,
which was closely followed by the
prisoners, Mr. Justice Clements announced that an 'adjournment would
be taken until eight, o'clock, at which
hour the jury returned to the court
room, listened to the judge's charge,
then retired and later returned a verdict convicting Edward of iirin-
p'aughter ancl acquitting Emile of any
participation  In  the  crime.
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Company, Limited
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RSCAY, JUNE 2, 1910.
THE, DAILY NEWS,
Pace Five;.    ���*
pPORTING NEWS
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Of ENGLISH DERBY:
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5Sic Event Hotly Contest-
Id Yesterday at Epsom���
l Gow Fourth.
..,   Downs,   June   1.���Tlie  one
i iind thirty-first Derby of $32,-
liree-j ear-olds, distance ahout
:, half, the classic of 'he
turf,   ��'-is   won   by   Palrle's
j,       sir inhii Thursby's Green-
g Beco id. and A. P. Cunllffe's
,, Malley   third.    Lord   Rose-
Gow  finished fourth.
tarl the race was among
. i named, Lemberg win
���  ck in a position gained
rd ���  from the post.  N< il
b .diy  at  the  t ost, di -
���  for ten min ites, but
.   gi ,  away  in good
abaci    i  ttled   down   In
- ie two favorites, Lem-
.' Neil Gow, Becond and foui I h
11 ere v :'.s little change
mtil   the   horses   were
... ien   Lemberg   passed
I   maintained   a   hare
h.   Two lengths sep-
and Cbarlea O'Mal-
as   close   up   ill   the
j-;g1 ���    Tl    betting was 7 to   I
100   i ,   8   agalnsl
to l against Charles |
figured to be a con-
mberg and Neil Gow,
favorite up to yester-
en the odds went  to 6 to 4
ierg and ���"> to 2 against |
r, with which Lord Rosebery
win his fourth Dtrl y.
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Chicago, June 1,���Frank
Gotch, the world's wrestling
champion,   defeated   Zybyszko,
��� the   Polish   champion,  in two
��� Btralght  falls at the Coliseum
��� tonight.    The   match   was  for
��� a purge of $25,000. An Immense
��� crowd    witnessed   the   event,
��� which     was     slilhhornly     con-
��� tested.
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at T per cent.
8ale,lot on   Regina   street,  between   First
J650; y3 cash:  balance In 6 and 12 months
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$2,200 for 10 acres
under cultivation.
Also 5-acre hlock in Section
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house and   barn;   about   5
acres cleared   am'
$1,100 per acre.
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16, Block
Tei .ns \i-  cash;  balam
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Coast League.
At  I.os Am;,des��� Jt.
I.os Angeles   4
Vernon      2
Ai  Portl 11 d ' it.
Portland     .)
Sacramento     :;
At San i'i am i.'- 0 11.
Los   An jch a        11
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Eastern   League.
.'������ i   Newark��� K.
Jersey  City     1;
Newark        -1
4
Easti in   league
League.
It.
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;s Match Over Telephone.
J ine 1.���Regina and Prince
s clubs met   In  a contest
. in  .   six   players   heing   en-
1   1 -ii  side and moves  being
[or the long distance telephone.
lock this morning when the
ended   the   score   stood   2   1-2
1 ach, with one game undecided
1 cferred  to  Charles   Hlake   ,of
|peg. for adjudication.    For Re-
tmes were won by V. B, Powea
llenson, while  for  Prince  Al-
fwns  were  made by  Dr.  Moran
\V. Young.   The game hetween
of  Regina and  Manvllle,    of
Albert,  was  a  draw   and   that
len   Miller, of Regina, and Mol-
Jof Prince Albert, has yet to be
Seated.
All   othei
POSI polled
Northwestern
At   Spokane���
peattle   	
Spokane     5
Batteries���Thompson   and   Ct
Ryan, linker and Ostdeik.
At Vancouver��� R.   1
Tacoma        1
Vancouver     2
Batteries���Annls  and  Byrnes-.
naull   and  Lewis.
Standing   of   Clubs.
Won.   Lost.
Vancouver      ill    IS
Tacoma       21    ID
Spokane       i'l    IH
Seattle       16    2:)
Games   Today.
Tacoma  vs.   Vancouver,   Recreation
park.  1 p. m.
Seattle  at  Spokane.
E.
Chi-
Let Us Figure With You  For New
Window Shades and Awnings
.-510
Canadian  Henley  Regatta Officials.
Toronto, June 1.���The regatta commute of the Canadian Association of
Amateur Oarsmen has :.p loi'-.ied th;
following officials for tlie Canadian
Henley regatta: Umpire, C. M. Bosworth, Montreal; starter, James Pearson, Toronto; assistant judges. R. T.
Steele, Toronto; judges,Captain John
Wilson Hamilton, and A. II. Walker,
Philadelphia; timekeepers, \V. A.
Cameron, Hamilton; clerk of the
course, Wilfrid Murphy, Port Dal-
housie.
JPPOSE  FIGHT   PICTURES.
rs   to   Ask   Coi-gress   to
.ent Transporting Tnem.
Pre-
Seniors  Clothe   Intermediates.
Tlie senior  lacrosse club has donated
a set of sweaters to tlie Intermediates.
���lphia,  June   1.���Tne  general
of the l'nited Presbyterian
will  memorialize   congress  to
ediate legislation to prevent
J       orting of fight pictures from
stale.     Denunciation  of  the
Johnson  light was  preclpltat-
.   .. George A. Grannls, who
,���  apathy   of  tin-  clergy   for
e termed "the degrading con- aide to play alii
��� en two brutes on Independ-   shoulder
. ing  the
OLLER GETS A CHANCE.
Get
Physician Wrestler   Will
(Another  Match  With   Pole.
tie,    June    L���Zybyszko,    the
will soon he seen in action
Arrangements have heen com-
for Zybyszko and Dr. Roller to
In   Seattle   before   the   Pole
departure for Europe.   Tlie
f the match   has  not   yet   been
1'U! It is expected the men will
some   time   next   month.
Curley,  Roller's manager, wired
[Chicago that he would start for
tn arrange the details.
Ji'i- and Zybyszko have met twice.
wrestled  a   handicap  match   in
W   Clt.,   the    Pole   agreeing   lo
Roller twice ln an hour.    He
! to throw him at all.   They next
J ��� lo,   and   after  wrestling
I ���*��� hour and twenty-five minutes
hurl   las   shoulder     and     was
Re was In no shape to go
Lacrosse Boys Out.
The lacrosse men had a good workout last night, all the players reporting for practice. Bill Turnbull was
out for the lirst time in a week and
showed that liis ankle was strong
enough to last him through thc game
next Saturday. George Rennie did
not don liis uniform, hut he will be
it on Saturday, llis
is almost well again. Dur-
iractlce Galbralth received a
bang on the nose which interferes
with his beauty. Bill Gifford, who
was coaching the team, handed it to
,i-' in a tnixup while facing off the
ball.
We are equipped to turn out
the best possible work, in short
time, and will be pleased to
submit  tenders.
The early rush on awnings
we have taken care of, and we
can now give all calls prompt
attention. Auy style awning put
up. Have your work done at
home hy responsible parties.
Vudor
PORCH
SHADES
Tlie most popular and satisfactory shade made to keep out
the sun and glare, yet permitting plenty of light for sewing,
reading and games.
Handsome new shade of
browns, tans and greens; in
4 to 10 feet widths.
Victor Hammocks���tlie hest
made. In qualities from, eacli,
$4.50   to    $10.00
iJk   i
Visit, these coming summer resorts
on Dominion Day, July 1. Trains
S:50 and 11 a. m.; returning, arrive
at New Westminster at 4:20, 6:25 and
0:00 p. m.
A delightful day at the SEASIDE.
Lois for sale at prices ranging from
$250 up.
hite, Shiles
& Company
623   AND   746   COLUMBIA   STREET
PHONE 85        NEW WESTMINSTER
'udor
PORCH SHADES
LEES LIMITED
Phone 73.
Successors   to    Lee's    Furniture    Emporium.
716-718 Columbia  St. New Westminster.
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SIR WILFRID LAURIER
WILL NOT VISIT ROYAL CITY
Premier's  Arrangements   Do  Not  Pro
vide   for   Long   Stay   on   Coast���
Mass   Meeting  in Vancouver.
WEATHER INTERFERES
WITH HALIBUT CATCH
Contractors and
House Builders
\Ve have a full   line   of   tke
Builders  Hardware in tke City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
Also Complete   Stock   oi   PAINTS   and   OILS
Best
money.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
RACING INFORMATION
IS BARRED IN TORONTO
Miller   Anti-Betting   Act   Is   Enforced
Against Men Who Sell  Paper
Giving   Racing   Tips.
���
"��� -������ nd fall, anl Zybyszko
'' '" work of him and won tho
Roller haa always claimed that
���" :l Bich man when he met tho
'" Buffalo,  anil  he  spent some
" 'he hospital  there  after the
1
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He wants  another  crack  at
1   and  the   match   will   be
LACROSSE TONIGHT.
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Toronto. June 1.���Charles W. Garner, who conducted a co-operative bu-
reau of information in a bul ding on
the corner of Church and Adelaide
sl reels, pleaded guilty I, e Magistrate Denlson this monnug to a
charge of offering for sale racing information, and was lined $50 and costs
or thirty days in Jail. This is the
first conviction under the Miller net.
Harry Rosewig was subsequently
fined $50 and costs or thirty Cays for
keeping a common hotting place,
Frank C. Waldock and Philip Norman, who conduct a newsstand at the
Imperial hotel and Palmer house, secured a week's remand on separate
charges of a breach ol the Miller act.
The morality party claims the defendants offered for sale tho New
York Telegraph containing racing information.
According to tlie latest word received here, Sir Wilfrid Laurier will
not include New Westminster In liis
itinerary for the contemplated coast
trip. All the arrangements have heen
made for liis stay at the coast and liis
time will he too much occupied to
permit him to come to the Royal City.
He will pass through Vancouver on
August 19, and will then visit Prince
Rupert. Returning to Victoria, he will
speak there on August 26. On August
'JT he will address a mass meeting
tn Vancouver, after which he will
leave for Vernon and Nelson.
Ralph Smith, M. P., for Nanaimo.
and Senator Rostock, of Victoria,
were In the city yesterday and they
brought the news that the premier
would not come here.
Roman  Encounters Corj/nued  Storms
and   Does  Not  Bring   in  a
Full Load.
UNCLAD PSYHE SHOCKS
MORALS OF WAUKESHA
t Enders and Sapperton to Clash
���^ Queen's Park.
Sapperton    and    West    Knd
';'l",,1 tonight In the third match
intermediate  lacrosse   series,
sl  Enders suffered a bad de-
n"   hands of the Reginas at
game   and   the   Sappertons
up well against the Reginas! ,   , _u,���.v, in United
"'" ��W1   game, but on the  whole  United Presbyterian Church In United
'""   this  evening promises  toi States States Position.
even and a great deal of in-      Philadelphia, June  l.-lho gone .U
h" been arouseT over R.   The 'assembly of the United Presbyterian
*ta8 Is the lineup of the Saunter- church at its session here
"-"    Goal:   Stott    point   pffch- by a vote of 183 to SO, adopted a ,,,,.
'���'vi-i-point, Wiison  Patchell
""I'l, R.  McKenzie,  Carrol  and,
"Is     centre,    K.    McKenzie; J aider all matters
'"'ll1-   Archibald,   Cherry   andWna evanglca
���  outside,  Hume;   Inside,  Mar- 8lve of the proposed union
BPares,   McKee,   Cormier   and denominations that may seek 01  ue-
Blre union on satisfactory terms.
At last night's session, however, Op
ponents of organic  union    with
I'
CHURCH   UNION   IS  OPPOSED.
yesterday
ted a reso-
"d'p-'lutlon that a permanent committee on
' 'church relations he appointed to con-
of  closer relations
denominations,  lnclu-
with such
and
Man
Querrie's Indians.
,,Pl'   Querrie,   of
WW llkel
fn 'or the
ainan,
P'mirpp,
JGreRor
I"1, and
r
(li
the Tecum-
carry tlie following
season: Kinsman, Green,
,v,lnii. Tons, Mackenzie,
|,('"<er, Robinson, Reeves,
Murton, McDougall, Gil-
1J"rkln.    Including himself
the
Presbyterian Church of the United
States passed n resolution expressly
disavowing all overtures towards union with that body and eliminating
consideration   of   organic   union  With
Waukesha, Wis., June 1.���A determined war is to be started against the
use of the famous picture of "Psyche
at the Well" by a certain well known
brand of Waukesha mineral water.
The first gun wns fired in the city
council when an alderman made a demand that the use of the picture on a
down town billboard be stopped or
that petticoats be painted in the figure.
The argument is that the picture
was conducive to Immorality, and is
especially had at this time, when the
war against tho white slavery traffic
is being pressed so energetically.
SELECTION OF  PIONEERS.
The halibut steamer Roman came
in yesterday with about 100,000
pounds of fish. The Roman wns a
day past due on this trip owing to
/continued had weather. The boat
left here on Thursday but owing to
the weather here was no fishing done
until Monday.
Even when tlie fishing did start
the weather was so unsatisfactory
that very little could be done, and
tlie Roman had to come in with a
catch which is not as great as she
lias been accustomed to carry.
Some little excitement was provided by the capture of a fourteen-foot
shark. The shark had heen eating
one of the halibut which had been
caught on a hook and had been so
badly seared that he could not get
away.
The Roman arrived about seven
o'clock last night and will not unload
until   today.
The Timberland Lumber Company,   Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Fir, Cedar and Spruce Lumber,R0ugh, Dressed and Kiln Dried, Dimension Timber and Shingles, Cedar Poles and Piling in any quantity.
Ask Us for Prices
Office,  Room  8, Thompson Blk.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director
New  Westminster,   B.  C.
P. O. Box 953
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I Cut Glass and Silverware I
OPIUM IN SAUSAGES.
San Francisco. June 1.���A customs
inspector searching the baggage of
Wong Nim, a Chinaman, who arrived
on tlie Korea last Friday, was surprised to find among the Celestial's
effects what appeared to be a string
of sausages. Investigation proved
that the innocent-looking "Frankfurters" contained more than four pounds
of opium, valued here on a barren
market at $1100.
Using his spurious sausages as
links in a chain of evidence the officials will try to sustain a charge of
smuggling against N'im.
Have you seen the new goods at Gray's Jewellery Store?
if not, do not delay. If you are looking for a wedding present
we can show you a beautiful assortment of Cut Glass and Silverware.
We have some rich designs in Fern Dishes, Vases, Salad Bowls,
Decanters,  Bakers and Chafing Dishes.    Prices from $2.50 to $25.00.
John B. Gray
Dominion
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Trust   Block.
Columbia   St.
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London, June   1.���At   the    emigra- j
tion conference yesterday R. K. Scott
of the  Allan  line submitted a  financial loan scheme for the emigration of
selected   pioneers,    providing    home-1
steads.     It   contemplates   emigrating |
2,000 families  in the  first year  and |
5,000 each subsequent year to Canada,
Involving  an  initial expense of   ��2,-
250,000.
Col. Murray of the board of trade
said the scheme was receiving the
careful and benevolent consideration
of the authorities.
TOLSTOI WAS SHOCKED.
GRAY-HAIRED   MAN
WEDS   A
GIR'.   OF   14
Meyerdale, Pa., June 1.���B. D.
Ilersch, a gray-haired miller, who was
considered a confirmed bachelor and
had lived with his mother all his life,
lias married  14-year-okl Fdlth  Smith
London, June 1.���J, B. Shaw, wbo
regularly corresponds with Count Tolstoi has given the aged Russian reformer a harsh jar by joking on a
serious subject.
Tolstoi asked Shaw to send him a
copy of his "The Showing Up of Blaco
Posnet." Shaw sent him one with a
letter, in wliich, replying to Tolstoi's
criticism that Shaw jests too much, he
contended that humor Is a divine attribute and for all he knew the universe might be a joke of the gods,
in which case lt was worth while to
make lt a good joke, not a bad one.
Tolstoi was greatly startled and annoyed. He sent an acid reply, accompanied by a long dissertation on religion.
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nn orphan girl, who was taken In by1* SEEKS UNION WITH GREECE *
HetSch and his mother, after the girl
had heen cared for by nn aid society.
That, was three months ago. Hersch
fell in love with Miss Smith almost
at  llrst. sight.    A few days ago they
een in ai|
the Presbyterian church trom the .went to Cumberland, Md., boarding a
province of tho new common church train at separate stations, and were
relations Tlie resolution was carried married. The new Mrs. Ilersch will,
by almost unanimous vote. be 15 yeas old ln November.
London, June 1.���The Cretan government has sent a
note to the protecting powers
saying thai Crete cannot, live
without Greek Institutions, and
asking for union with Greece.
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Why is a Fire ?
"EVERY   BUILDING   BURNS UP,"
trap.    His did.
said the man who ran a ftre-
My
WHAT'S THE  REASON?
record last year shows: ���
SMALL   BOYS���Several  fires explained by small boys smoking or
playing with matches. ��� )
SPARKS���Other fires credited to sparks. Sparks from locomotives.
Sparks from open fire.
FOREST
In 1909.
EXPOSURE���Forest and brush fires did some damage
STUPIDITY���Just plain stupidity of an employee burned one risk.
over nails
ELECTRIC   WIRES���Electric  wires  crossed  or  hung
or otherwise In poor shape caused a couple of bad fires.
THINK A
experience.
MINLTTE���These are facts���not fancies.
NO   BUILDING   HAS   TO   BURN.
I know from
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, j,jNE
*��� l< 1910
MAIL   SERVICE.
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at the New Westminster postofflce and  hour given in
each   ease   being   tlie   hour   ol   Closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, be-
for the actual despatch. All mails,
unless nt hei wis,- stated are despatched and reeeued dally excepl
Sunday.    The only mails despatched
and received Sunday are the G, N. It-
south and C. P. It. east mails, not including waj mails. Sapperton. Fraser
Mills  and  Coquitlam.
Mails   Despatched.
MUCH CEREMONY
FOR YOUNG DUKE
Problem of Creating Him
Prince of Walts is Now
Being Taken Up.
S a.m. -'.'ancouver and Victoria via
It. t'.  Khi trie railway.
First C.P.R. easl taking all points
easi Including Langley and district.
The   mail   for Abbotsford  and   district, Clayburn and district, Hunting
don and distih-t. and Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver.
8 a.m.- Blaine and Seattle Including all r. s. points east and Bouth,
and Hall's Prairie, fernridge and Haz-
elniere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdnj s,
All Surrey mails are received from
Cloverdale, excepl Hall's Prairie, Hazelmere and Fernridge, which arrive
on the Port Gulchon train on Tues-
daj s, Thursdaj s, and Saturdays.
11.00 a.in , Vancouver, Victoria and
Canal Park, via  li. C. Electric rail-
Mails  Received.
8:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
Including I'. S. matter, and also
(except Tuesday) via it. C. Electric
railway.
9:00 i" 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
by com Ier (Tuesday and l-'i hla> I.
9:15 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,!
vis G.  X. it.
8:80 a.m.- (.'. P. Ft. east (first train)
Snpperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
12:00 p.m.���C. P. R. east.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and  Fras< r Arm.
i 30 p.m.- Easl Burnaby by courier.
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:15 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points.
7:no p.m.���Revelstoke local and t".
P. K. Intermediate points.
way.
1:30 p.m.���Strawberry Hill, Tlmberland and South Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���Ladner nnd down river
points. East Burnaby, Queensboro and
Burquitlam, by courier.
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via G. X. R. north.
3 p.m.- Cloverdale, Nlcomekl, and
Port Kells. daily. Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday: Tynehead on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
I 00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
Lake   \ In B. C. Electric railway. Saturday an extra mail is despatched I
Vli torln  \ ta  Vancou> er at  this  I
B .ne and Seattle, including all
I', s. points, east and south, via the
G. N. U.   'Flyer."
London. June 1.���The problem has
bei n taker, up of creating the Hake of
Cornwall, the heir apparent, Prince of
Wales.
Thai title must in duo time be con-
i,\ nd (in the eldest sell of King
George, who is now sixteen years old,
even though ihe Duke of Connaught
be Kert as regent to repn.sent the
Prince al  public functions.
it is contended now- that th- investiture nl the young Duke with tke.tiue
ei' Prince ni' Wales should he the
statelj and symbolic ceremony of old
tinu B, tie gift of the I'ing which is
the most symbolic ceremony, hy which
Harry of Monmouth was created thc
flrsl   Pi Ince   Of   \\'a:es.
ii is iasiste i there should be added
golden ioniues. which distinguished
the \t Inces of ancient Celts.
Tin ceremony would he performed
by the Archdruid in full gorsedd���for
i; v.-. held that it should never he forgotten that the lad would ho Prince of
Wales, even as his father would be
King of ihe Tudors, by virtue of ids
descent from Harry Tudor, born and
bred a Welshman, Kins of Englai d
by right of victory over the last king
of the stranger race of Normans on
tin-  slopes  ol'  Bosworth  Held.
Meanwhile the nuke of Cornwall
and Prince Albert of Wales aro returning to their respective naval training colleges at Dartmouth and Osborne.
ADVERTISING   CITY.
Great Northern Spreads Abroad Story
of New Westminster's Advantages.
In an attractive pamphlet Issued by
the advertising department of the
(Ileal Northern railway, the following remarks about the city of New
Westminster are given:
"This charming western city is situated in British Columbia mi the
Fraser river about thirteen miles from
Puget Sound.
"lt is tlie commercial center of a
large and fertile agricultural and
fruit-raising district, 'l'he population
is rapidly increasing, being placed at
ahout  15,000 at present.
"As is tlie ease of many of the
Pu.yet Sound cities, fishing and lumbering aie among the Important industries.
'"l'he provincial exhibition of agricultural and Industrial products is an
annual event of importance attracting
visitors from all parts of th" province. Xew Westminster market is tlie
most Important in tlie province and is
a general marl and clearing house
for the farmers. It contains many
good  examples  of architecture.'
\ ei otogt ii h of the city, taken from
the "Lulu Island bridge, accompanies
the write-up.
BLOOD FEUDS A:!E FIERCE
ON FRONTIER Of INDIA
Men   Labor  In  the   Fields   Under    the
Protection of Members of Tribe
���Brigandage Rife.
GRAFTS
NERVE   TO
CURE
PARALYSIS
MANY  LOST TO CHURCH.
S.   S.  Workers  Astonished   by   Revelations of  Detroit  Minister.
Washington, June 1-���Seventy-five
per cent of all the hoys over thirteen
years in the Protestant Sunday
schools of the l'nited States are lost
to the church, and never make pro-
!'i s. inns of faith.
This statement, made by Eugene C.
Foster, of Detroit, in one of the workers c inferences today, which followed
the Wot Id's Sunday School convention, astonished Sunday school workers fiviii! all parts of the earth.
"This is tho most astounding statement I have heard in litis country."
i xclalmed an English delegate. "There
���   hi   s ithing  radically    wrong
with the system, which permits it.
In England we do not lose more than
throe per  cent."
"1 have made t',,,: c Iculatlon afrer
studying, observation and experli i
replied Mr. Poster.   Practically all the
y li gates In the meeting agreed with
dm.
X. w York, June i.���Dr. Norsted,
the house surgeon at the King County
hospital, performed an unusual operation on X'teolo fiario nineteen years
old. of Till Liberty avenue, in au effort
to cure a paralysis of the entire left
side of liis face
'l'he operation, which wai- extremely
delicate, was ternio.1 one of "nerve
grafting.'.' Dr. Norsted cut in two a
t'.ii I d nerve on tho lett side of Fiario's
face and tied one of the split ends to
a nerve at the end of the patient's
tongue. Rut this means Dr. Norsted is
not only hopeful of curing the paralysis, hut is hopeful of restoring the
man's bearing in liis left oar. which
has heen  destroyed.
In April last Fiario attempted to
commit suicide by shoot ins himself in
the left ear. but only succeeding in
badly wounding himself and destroying the hearing of that member.
Though tbe other phys:eians stated
that the man would fore or be deaf in
his left ear. Dr, Norsted determined to
try to cure him. and to this end resorted to an  operation.
Meanwhile Fiario is still a prisoner
on tho char, e of attempted suicide
and will he arraigned in court when
strong i nous h to leav e his c it.
MALFORMED CHILDREN.
New
Sen-
York    Physicians   Would
tence Them to Death.
Detroit,  June  1.���An eminent  Xew
York  physician  at   a  clinic  here  today declared in favor of legally killing  off  all   deficient  and   degenerate
l�� of permit! Ing them to
grow   uie    lie  says  tie    aborigines'
method of putting malformed children
��� ith   Is   ; ore  human   than   the
p: esent st> le.
Dr. Theodore L. Pennell, a medical
missionary, led mini; at tho Caxton
ball. London, on his experiences
among the wild tribes of the north-
vv.sl frontier of India, said while at
Bannu it was no unusual thing to he
called upon to supply artificial te- il H
I ir the wives of men who. in a fit of
jealousy, had cut off the ends of the
no;., s of their women folk. One man
who had eai his wife's nose off altogether was told hy the doctor that
in older to make a good job of the repair, it would he necessary to send to
i:io land for an artificial nose. On being told that the cost would ho thirty
I ipees tie- nam hesitated. Asked tlie
reason of his hesitation, the man said.
"Will, it's this way, Sahib, I can .uot
a new wife for eigthy rupees." "II iw
ever." proceeded the doctor, "ho
agreed eventually to- have the old wife
patched up."
"Every year." he added, "we are
called   upon   to   mak -   now   uoses, and
n i ol iin- ladies are very well satls-
fii d with tho res ilt."
Robbery and in igandage wore I' e
profession of some ef th" tribes, especially the Wa,.i;L. When a child
u ���> horn, i.is moi her usually \ la >i
him iu a hole iii the wall of the mud-
' ouse, and said m him, "Learn ;��� i ho
a thief." Thieving was la:
by <!iui:in_ undi i the v. ill i ol the mud-
:      ies.
But  the  Wa ���;: I :  also had a  si use
imor.    l. tst > ear t i ere was a Ida
assi mblage of chiefs at a certain ci a-
ter to meet a \ .',*������ tc i offii er r< sped
the lawlessm      of the ti il" s. I lav-
.:. ;������ no isl)      i '
presented I    er with a b< iu
tiful antel >pe as a mark of app:
t; m,
.   Bi fore the chli fs had rea.. hed t
hills   on   the  ret    n y   a   mes-
- ��� .i-i stating that an antelope
had hi en stolen from the house of a
Nawab.
S] eaklng of the blood fi ,.;���   of the
various tribes. Dr.  Penni 11 said ���   ���
were so Inti nsi   thai  it was only possible to cultivate land within -���.���
i   nge of the \ji- ig( ^   i .,���'.[ of which
a  pun tower Wi"'l lOO]
for firing.    Each man worked in the
fields with  a rifle over one Bboulder
and cartridges in ids belt, iti order to
be n ill emerg ncles.
in such a distrii i tin- advanl  . ��� ���    I
��� ati     ---a ���..���ery     we; ,���       |
much ted, and a. do i.m  could
pas - fi om om   trlbi   to i     thei   without   fear:   in   fa t,   eai
provide   him   with   an   escort   to   the
boundary of the next tribe
Patients  come  to  tlie  hospital  tit
Bannu fiom us far away as Cabul, and
i,lion then- would arrive at the hospital a strin. of the blind, each hold-
inn on the other in front, iind a man
who could see a little leading the lot.
In ihe course of an interview with
a representative of Lloyd's X'ews, Dr.
Pennell .ave another illustration of
matrimonial jealousy anions the border  t lilies.
"One day," he said, "an Afghan
chief who had been across the border
came hack and saw his wife speakins
to :i man over the wall in his compound. He at once drew his sword,
cut off llis wife's head and threw it
to the man. savins. 'If you want to
speak to her now. you can.' "
Many of the  patients al   the hospital
an- the victims of frontier raids. One
man who was admitted there for
treatment had heen shot hy his uncle.
The bullet had gone through his Inns,
but careful nursins pulled him
through.
"When he was convalescent." said
Pi-. Pennell, "he called mo one day to
his bedside and said. "Oh, sahib. I
want vou to give mo some cartridges.'
1 s id, -What do you want the cartridges tor'.'" Pointing to his chest
he  replied   'l  have this score to pay
off.'
������[ said. 'I am very sorry 1 I hear
that.    We have had a difficult  I I
euro you, aad now vet-, sln.nl;, ..-
shall have the same trouble with your
uncle, I le said, 'Oh, no 5 ou nee 1 not
be afraid of that, sahib. I am n hi "��� 1
shot that he is.' We did not gi
uncle In, and wi hi ird ei nl ually th it
he had killed him."
CANADIAN PAC��
RAILWAY CO,
to
all
Special   exclusion
points,   good   foi   :
ceptlonally low 1 1
days.   Tickets 01 '' f0l
24 and duly 5 ant'
apply to
r sti
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ED GOULET. Agen, Cp   I
H.   C.   B.   FOSTER
A. G. p. A
CANADIAN \%i
B.C. Coasi
11
Princess  Charli
ver  al   Hi  a.   m    ,.
day for Vlctoi la.
Princess Royal d - -
I'i in. 1   b   \:
e cept Monda;
SS.   Joan   lei
p. m. da)    1   ���
SS.    Qu,    ..    .
Mondays  at   5  p  .1
Comox.
SS.   Pi  ���   .
at 11 p. in. Ma
ten davs thi n
ss. Beavi 1 li
at  8 -1. ni. Mon I
Fridays    fo     1
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Thui nd   i
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sam_miu*tsM3Lr%c_j^macJii*cat*^ 'i.*__-_a_rsxmm_M
E.C. Mills
Timber and  Trading
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR.  LATH,  SHINGLES.   SASH.   DOORS.   INTERIOR
TURNED   WORK,   FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAI
FANCY  GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster
Co.]
FINISH!
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Easterbrook  Milling  Company,
Eturne,   B. C.
g FLOUR!       FLOUR
HUNGARIAN JEWEL   .   $6.50 per bbl
IMPERIAL    ... .. $6.75   pe'
TERMINAL *5.25  per Bb
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bn'-
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT STREET.
FLOUR AND F 3
T- ���;-.-;!'!.
IT has been our custom to give these Great Clearance Sales twice
a year. Hundreds of shrewd buyers know it and are now
waiting our Summer Sale, when the purchasing power of a dollar
is doubled. ^ We adopt heroic measures���cut the price in half on
every two-piece Man's summer suit in our stock. A great money-
saving opportunity awaits those who take advantage of our Great
Clearance Sale.    One-half Off h a Great Bio- Discount.
$19 Coat and Pants; yours for $9.50
$18     " " " 39.00
$15     " " " $7.50
$13 Coat and Pants; yours for $6.50
$12     " " " $6.00
$8       " " " $4.00
$6.00 Coat and Pants; yours for $3.00
Men's Summer Underwear and Men's Summe: Shirts are included in this  sale.    All for cash.     No approval;
no alterations.
ps, The Wardrobe Clothier
Columbia Street, New Westminster
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MM THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1910.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
r,,-wo that an application has
i     '  lic?0 register   Duncan  Bell
n   made   **���   ���"���*_   , ;,.,,,u,  nmh.r
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN'.
the
ll
owner" in fee simple, undei
S^lTced fiom B. A. Wilmot,
,���,'.' nf   dvlus,  to   Duncan   Bell
,   ��� date  the  13th  day   oi
bAef" 1907, of all and Blngular
ai->  parcel  or tract of land
^[ses situate, lying and being
,    ,,-t of New  Westminster,
' .,. n e oi  British Columbia,
j. ,,| ,.!v known and describ-
WATER  NOTICE.
,fi0 .��� ,ea of the southeast
r   of   Section    IS,   Township   3,
,g  Wes: of 6th Meridian.
an'd thosi   claiming through or
,lll(1 au   persons  claiming
, in m   said land by virtue
liM',e '.-ti. ed   instrument,   and
, ,nB di.".mg any  Interesl   in
; ,.,,,,1 by ih-f ent, whose title
,,���l ��� , < er the provisions
i Regl. try Act," are requir-
ine <:'m :a oi the tax pur-
:,, forty fix a days from the
i,;..,t  pub'.'cation  of this
I,        -    and in default  of a
"   or Certlfl.-a'e  ot   .*.s   pendens
... f] in sue i l oriod, or  In
. . | in-.ption  nffor.3 n gi stra-
,. ,. h (,f yi u wiU i e for-
. i ,,'.������-.ul from set-
,, ,:,���, to o   ia iei i" cl of
ii i   i   si-i .    register
1   o, i|   iiali   as   ii''. ner  thereof
I,, re) y o   I ���   that  pub
n   ; ,. for thirty da; s
Notice in hereby given that an application will be made under Pari V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to ob ain a
license in tlie Westminster Division Of
New  West min. ter District.    .
ia) The name, address and occupation of the applicant: Frederick W.
Smith, residing at South Westmii sl r,
P. 0. address, New Westminster, B. C,
dairyman.
lb) Tlie name of the lake, stn ai
source iif unnamed, the description
isi: an unnamed spring, situate o i
Subdivision IJ of Block 2, Section 30
Block 5, No-th Range 2, west, N w
VVestminste' Dist.ict.
(e) The point   of diversion;   About
the     ci litre    of    said    E a    1-
(owned hy .1. I-:. Murphy).
ul) 'l'he quantity of water applied
for fin cubic feet per second): One-
sixiie.ih  (1-60).
ie) The character of the proposed
works:    A pri 'a'e wa'erworks Bystem
TURKS WAfCMED
>R COII IN fEAR
CREATE FOHtST [[SERVE
ON VANCOUVEB ISLAND 11
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
��80&&/fag��      !   BUSINESS D1REC
in   O  :^W^f^M^^     MU1D    OP    TUADE-NE
��� H   ^XK/.-%%��^^^Xi^^l ;    -  ������'������'���' ������ anl or Trade m
��� ii    ^S3E^5^=3aO^-����K7^--?S^        ,.,,.,,..   ,.,,,.������   citv  Hall,  a
LAND RECISTBY ACT.
Hundred Thousand Unspeak-
ables Passed the Night on
the Roofs of Houses.
Orderbi Council   Appropriates
did   Stretch  of   Lsnds for   Park.
Purposes.
Sp'en-'    TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register the Corpor-
. ation  of  ; '. Ihip or  District   of
i. in icy as the.- ier In fee simple, un-
i! ���! a Tux Bale Deed (rom the Reeve
and Clerk of the Corporation of the
Town. I Ip or District of Surrey to the
:���  terday'*  Corpoi.ii'ci   of the Township or Dis-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H June .������������lua.r.  _~.r -���   -- ���	
  sill ;.;   ol   the  executive  an order-in-  trict of Surrey, beartoi   dates of the
passed creating a reserve   21st  day  of October,   A.D.,   1905 and rmn   L-na-
London. June ��1��� In Constantinople of all alienated and unoccupied lands   31st day of December   AD.. 19ul, of                                             mo_���, v
a  city   where   beasts   of   burden  and i,                                lU|   s lake foi  the  all  and  singular  that   certain   parcel   WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR^W
most children wew charms to guard puri         0|   the  crown,  thii            .     or tract of land and premises situate      kind of job printing.     Midget ' ���';*
a   ,,,:,,   evil eye, where astrolog- cover!   ���    the    zon      which    recently;lyh��g and being in the District of New      kaf ledgers;  Cowie Carbon Papers,
ers still ply their gainful trade, and h         been     a     subject     ol           -1 Westminster, in the Province of Brit-      ���e   65,    ' ��� O-    I o* ��-���      J1U
where an eclipse is watched with ter- gi    ���          eat and of nu              repre-i^. Columbia, more particularly known      Dally News Bloc., Sixth street,
ior by a goodly proportion of the peo- s        i es oi tin; tart of the Natural  and described as:    Lot 1  in subdivl-
ple, It is small wonder, writes a cor- History
s'EW WEST-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ meets in tne
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third THursdaj of each month;
quarterly mcving on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and NovemTor, at n p.m. Annual
meetlnga on tha third Thursday or
February. New members may he
proposed nnd elected at any month-
lv or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
II     ' .N...   111.11          -
,,.���, it is small  wonder, writes a cor-  History    society,     the     Devi        .. nt sion 24 of hlock 1 of section 30, block
���   .. ,          respondent of the London Times, that  l< and  other  public  bodies and ���"' north, range 2 west;  lots 8 ml.,
through a 1 inch pipe carried fro said   Halley's comet was regarded with awe,  pi divid  als. '���'���   ' ���*���**���* *>��� subdivision 23 of Bectlon
Subdivision '.-.' i<   an. cant's property, and  thai   the  tale  of    how    certain      The  Intention  is understood  to be '������''��� block 5, north range 2 west; lots
Which adjoin* I French  astrologers  had   foretold that  that   this  reserve   shall   constitute   a 15 to 21, inclusive, block 14 ofsoutn
PIANO  TUNING.
PIANOS AN'D ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner. W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, Sll Dublin St.,
Phone L<il5.
lent I'
Ml*
lttai-%
,iiw   ..���_  iencourage the fearful, others out ot a island, and is especially dl    i d easl   quarter section  4, township |
nil",i     , .      LJ   pin  and a|.; la-'tion   natural desire to meet  the terrors of for the magnificence and the variety lot  5, hlock 3 of lot i87A, group _
llllllllul^l'v  willl to'the Commissioner on   the last day in the company of friends ol Iti   scenic delights, mountains, per- Jot 38. block 2 of lot isia, 8�����P f;
ewspV��r pi bHshed in New   wnii at 2:30 p.m.  and neighbors. petu aow-crowned, rising from its lots 21, 22, block 3 of southeast quart
.* t0<Jdand BUffl��- tb.i)thGheS^.names andaddre   es     Some prayed, others sought to cheer d,     e blue waters to a height of from er section 4, township    , lo ts
;:,,  nerfstn   Ofilc.    of any riparian proprietors or licensees  the ordeal of their fellows with songs  7 ,     000   feet    while   charming l"\'\^!;\lT In   ,1   Jlvli>:   ot
'   ",-'''; i !��� a'    '    rl  I auto are likely to be Und music,   When dawn had come and! . .    majestic    glaciers,    -*���'   ��� "=>�����>'    ���"���   ���  block
:��'''���'���',''��� '".  Anri   A   affected bv the proposed works, either  the natural order of the earth and tbe  fan;.-like islands afford
���'""'      ��� ab    . '   itlet: None. | heavens was seen not to have suffered ��� trasts
F, W. SMIT1
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTS! MANA-
ger G. J. Sykes), 62 Powell street.
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompl
attention given to till orders for
male help. King us up, wire or
wriie if unable to visit us.
���     S. KEITH.
I i.tricl   I
am i'i  I oi n iV   .'  v
lelmei    Bro   .   Ltd.,
man; J, W. ll w-
..    -. v-.v : ��� tj
���*\'i'-^U
-   more   attractive   trip
���    it, Lawrence up to his-
Ni xl   Empress sails
Km- resei vai Ions and
i.i
ED. GOULET,
C.P.K. Agent.
and   4,   township   9;   lot   22,   block   16
alluring con-  southeast, quarter section 4   township
aolB 9, map 519; lot 23, block 16 of south-
.     w. ddixixx, Ithe   watchers   cheered     aud     clapped,    'it. is understood to he the intention   east  quarter section 4 township 9.
Boj 536 New Westminster, B. C. their hands lustily, to the annoyance  of the  government  to  can fully  pre-      You and those cUtimtag ��""|8n ��
_____^-_-~-~----r=^ of such as wished to sleep. s.    ,    I i     ime as wi li as the unaUen-  under  you and all persons' clalmmg
��� ^TnucorlisF " Meanwhile,   the   municipal   author!-   ated forests    of    this    natural park, I any interest in the said lanaDyvu
IT  PAYS TO ADVF.RTISE |    ��  anw   ^     |       ^^ ^^  ^   while possiblj  , ,me arrangement may   tue  of  any  unregistered  instrument
portents   at   h   I   fulflled   -heir threal   bi   i     le bj  which tourists, mountain-  and all ; ���������*<>���f ^f^^ent   wl ose
ir8halled all their levies against   ee   .  ets.,   nay   enjoy The   unrivali. I    n the  said  land  b> t      ' ose
the famous streel  dogs of Constantin-   I for which the lake and is trib-  title is not regis ee    under the pro
0Dle utaries are far-famed.    In all the es-   visions of the    Land Regmry .*��.
Ml through the night, Sl more than   sentials of a delightful mountain and   are required to contest the claim oi
half tS quarters of  Pera  and  Stam-   la      resort, Battle's lake would seem   the   tax   Purchaser   within   for y fhe
I,",,,,, detachments of policemen    and   to   lane   been  especially  blessed   by   days from the day*�� toe that pub
keepers,  armed  with    lassoes    and   nature.    As  soon    as    contemplated    cato J ^^tT Jrtificate
ihuEe  wooden  tones,  and  followed  hy   transportation   facilities   are provided  in   oeiauit  oi  a ca ;     ... ���  .
an" imposing array of dust carts, raid-   it will be within less than half a dozen ; of lis pendens being^flled witoin such |
ed   the    unsuspecting    and    familiar   hours' travel of either Vancouver orjperioa,  ��':^ ^l-fa_��� anA ,_,���,, nf
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARRIS-
ters and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
aIAIvTIX���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Gniclion block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices. Williams building. 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT.
^^   lew
WeSSington
I  beasts.     Some   they   larsoed,   others   Victoria
they gripped their tongs and hoisted,
for all  their squeals and yelpings, in-   SEARCH FOR ELKHORN CHILD
to the  dust carts. NOT YET  GIVEN   UP
tl. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room 7,
Westminster Trust Block.
Westminster
ansfcr Co.
T'hone 115.      Barn  'POone 137
Columbia   Street
|j<sge   delivered   promptly   to
.^^_        any  part of the city
[|ght end Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front  St.,
(���THINGS WORTH   V/HILE
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      ��� shall register The Corporation of the
,ORTH WHILE I    Winnipeg, June l.-Hoping against T�����f*  �� ���fig   _JTZ*"
IN  THE   CIRCUS  REALM   hope, the parents of the little France  ���   t  :;   ��ubUcation of this notice
child   of   Elkhorn,   missing    now  for  o^et tl at Pubiu.i   . neWBpaper
The   Sells-Floto   Shows,   which   are. tin ee   weeks,   have   not   given  up  the   for_th   t     u Westminster   will
here tomorrow have spread a dragnet ' search. Thomas France, the childs puWWu ^ -fflclent sei.vice^hereof.
over the amusement and zoological , father, was in the city yesterday, in ����ng������ ^u. Land Registry Office,
universe and hauled in the ropes, have communication with the attorney-gen- i>* ' , ter Province of British
made  a   scientific  assortment  of the   eral's   department.    Ba fled   at every  ^J    ��m n ^ ^^ ^
lKreat catch, retained all that was won-   turn, their expedients almost exhaust-   ^01"�����1B'  uub
 H        , ,,���   nf  derfullv   striking   or   sensational  and , ed, the suggestions offered by clairvo- ��� li- '������''���-���
The   regular   monthly   meeting   or  uer      y   refuse to other shows. yams are not entertained, though the |
the citizens' Temperance League win ^^^   ^        tl)lng   re.lUy   worth Inovelty of some of them aroused in-j
'"'  held   ;"   ""'  ,i','",'            ,;   Th,��� 'while in the circus realm today, which   ten st.    The latest is from the same
Small.   619   Third   avenue,  on   1 mus-1 * un<   '" "1D   '.    ,    ,   x, _   ������ | ,,���,,  ���,���,.������������������   ���.,,���  maa  f.:,ii_d ,
day
All   -^^^^^^^ Itliev  nave proiiuum;���  nnr  n,...o . .v.�� |
tend.
before registration,  you and each of
vou will he forever estopped am! dej	
'barred from setting up  any  claim to | _ _
or in respect of the said land, and 1   ii. T.  PRINCE,    AUDITOR AND AC-
���   ******   ���" * *u" '    countant.      Audits made.    Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Room !), Westminster Trust
block.      P. O.  Box 795.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province office, Columbia street.     Plione 62.
___^^^.^w.Z^-^-^^^J^^^i^:a & ���*^--'*;:ev 5;:2s:
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
  -   .    The latest is from tne same      To David Miller, William A. McCal-
June 2 at 8 p. m. |hfip been overlooked, the newspapers 1 so-called clairvoyant who was called lam, Angus Mclnnes, T. G. Stair*, Wil-
members   are   requested   to  at- In the large cities have missed it for  in last summer to try to find the bod- llam   Davis.    Henry  Fraser,    Henry
i they have pronounced the Sells-Floto jes of two hoys, \vhu were drowned In I Kells. Harold Ponsford, Allen Spiers.
i I'irens   as   the   worl l's  perfect   show.  Lake   Winnipeg,     llis     last     dream 'George Stone, Robert Lyness, Margar-
Every field Of possible innovation has ' showed him the child in custody of a  et G.  Cooper, John Roberts, Richard
heen  invaded in  the consolidation of negress, in Rosenfieldt, Man., and tlie   Hosking, Hugli T. Crossley, John  E,
[these   greater  shows.    Every  feature  woman appeared uneasy and desirous  Hunter.	
! which   would   bring  delight  to young  of joining her accomplices in the ab-
and   old   America  is  seen    with    the   duction, a white man and a mulatto,
The deternined pur-  V/ho are in another part of the prov-l    R   L t   29      d 30  Block K   ,r
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ItOOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
���YOU  NEEDN'T
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
COME   AROUND"
to our ofiice every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be g ad ;o take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal in your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone is in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 16.
Coal procured here is crack-a-
jack coal, however secured.
United   Shows.
\n-
GERMAN  DETONATORS.
e ���">- "  ^ -   -, who are in another part of the prov-l
I rose   was   lo   make     the     Sells-Floto   ince. '
Shows   the   largest   and   greatest   of;
'traveling amusement institutions, and!
I at the same time made a radical de-;    ^^^^^^
Slparture from all set rules in tlie organ-  _.        . _     _. . . .. 11 m-uiv. ��.   ....- .  ^^^
'ization of a circus Blamed For Big Loss of Life Through   in  the name of Aulay  Morrison,  has
"The   big' feature   With   these  shows       .       .        ,   Exp'0S'��Ins"    .     ,      n       ' ���-���'-��-���>-. -��^,
is the   famous  Armour  Grays.    They  n^omlton' J����e l,-.Mrs. Charles Gar
have gained fame the world over nett> uL a meetln8 of lbe -N;ivv>' Mls
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  & CO.
Real  Estate  and  Insurance Agents���
City,  farm  tind  sunurban  property,
628 and TT0 Columbia St.
drew's  Square,  Map 1G5,  New Westminster City.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 1726 F, issued
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
Tlie English vocabulary does not
contain a word which describes the
performance of this big circus.
The circus features are of the
very   highest  class.     The  horses  are
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given thnt I shall,
���euxie ui .a. .>n..,  ����-,at the expiration of one month from
sion society, said It is estimated that: the date of the first PUbWcatfon, here-
very   highest,   class.     The   horses   are
,   ��� .. ���   ,     ;.,,  ���  ,������.���i   scores   trom   fever   in   summer    a
the  lines,  ever ctured^b a tented
enterprise     The clowns are the fun- ^        J   a_.e
n.est.   elephants     the      argest     sea       ^^  q��  ^ dynamite,  s
[^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*J
5TORE, BANK #
kND
oFF1ce HTTINGS J
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
W WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
lions  the   best   trained,   acrobats    th
: most daring, riders tlie most  wonderful:  In fact every feature stands out
| as tlie best.
Superlatives  are  also necessary  to
I describe  tiie  beautiful   street  parade
: which  leaves the show grounds daily
r 1 at   ten  a.m..  In   which  four  hundred
J , well groomed and well matched horses
��� 'are attached to the band wagons, open
JI carriages and massive carved floats.
���, The  parade alone is  worth    coming
��� miles   to  see.
��� STEAMER   UNEARTHS   REMAINS
-> OF   FREHISTORIC   RACE
every mile of railway in the British jof, in a dailyJ^P?P*XJuTtasie
isles cost a navvv's limb, and every the City of New Westminster^^ issue
tunnel one to thirty lives. It was a duplicate of the^saW Cwjtag***
worse it. Canada, where men died in  less  in the meantime valid objection
-���    and  be made co me in writing.
ng : C.  S.  KEITH,
the District Registrar of Titles,
she ' Land  Registry Office, New Westmiu
TAILORS.
GALVTN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI-
loring. A new line of Spring suiting just rn. Button making, pressing ;ind repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances i!^5 Columbia St.
and 626 Clarkson St.   Phone R508J
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITV CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columhla street,
phone R2T8- The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
said. In England, tlie fatal effects are
bad enough, but the fatalities are
chiefly caused by the use of German
detonators, which do not go off as
soon as tlie English detonators. It is
impossible to judge the time when the
German detonators will explode, but
ster. B.C.! May C. 1910.
LAND ACT.
New   Westminster  Land   District.
Take  notice  that  James  Batenian.
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, stone
RING UP 2-r��U FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout The Fashion Stables.
-.-   ,,   ..       '"f'pC1'cutter, intends to apply for permission
tiiis is not the ease with those of Eng- miri.ftase  the  following  described
lish make.    In Canada the thawing of  ��   v
dvnamite  before it  is  used  has  pro-   '"     "���
duced appalling results. According to
one estimate, the toll of the railways
now being constructed in Canada under civilization may be stated at two
lives for every mile.
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
JWORKS-Corner  Eleventh  and Carline.
PHONE 473
i
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*
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CANADA WANTS LABORERS
AND   NEEDS   THEM   NOW
Pittsburg,    June l.-The    steamer
Virginia  ot  the    Pennsylvania  City	
Packing Co.. hit a high P*"*-*n ���' ..,  Juno , _Tlie Labor Gazette
to0Wf, 'trrlS   w2 t��e. on ! re^ns ai, tlnprecedented demand for
', "">'      " .-oVs cornfield,    near labor, both    skilled    and    unskilled.
u,'!|1"r  ,h    -'   a suburb of Wheeling, I throughout the Dominion this spring.
-   v has been discovered that |     The outlook is for a season of ex-
�� ohtoriJ? iS? was resting on ceptional   activity,   and    Immigration
Commencing at a post planted at
tho southeast point of a small island
lying about 10 chains north of Nelson
island: tlience northerly, westerly,
southerly and easterly, along the
shore to the place of commencement;
containing ti acres more or less.
JAMES BATEMAN,
Applicant.
JOHN F. BAGGS.
April 20, 1.10. Agent.
BENSON & AYLING, F1SH,~FRU1 T,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of MontreaL
FURNITURE
^1 - -
iMi.t.3,     lilJii    Futt.M 1 UKt,
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agues and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Notice.
All   vehicles   while   waiting  on   Columbia street must stand lengthways
and     not  back   up
CABINET   MAKING.
u^y.   LT^vrTnvArn^r'^^
maker and upholsterer, 425 Clarkson street (behind Burr block).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture in fir and oak.
:- .-.        '-''���v"T��TBraHTi^*lflM ^-^S^
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
[QUALITY THE BEST
I
si^'S^'st-sasJl.^Bii^-' "raue��dhs"t,^r^mr^^iS��!^MiSTui. ivOUUwok.inU
���ind esnecially the tire teams to pass
A bushe,  i^   acSS\rw=;^ery';-epon^ street  with  safety  to  the
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
er found that In the mound were the  in wages.
remains   of   a   forgotten  tribe,    nine      During tlie month of April 04 fatal
graves being uncovered. A bushel of  accidents to   " '
arrowheads, spears, queer implements  the department, as well as 2iC, which
of war such as stone hatchets, peculiar   resulted  in  serious injuries.  Lumber-
looking   weapons  and     other    relies,   Ing and railway service each claimed
were greedily confiscated by the sight-   if, victims,
seers. !
Some of the relics were saved and
sent to the Carnegie museum in this
city, but tlie hones of the dead crumbled away when exposed for some
days to the air. Several well preserved skulls, however were secured by
visitors who have been attracted to
| the scene by the thousands.
Many scientific men have been at-
; traded to the scene, and it. Is expected
more skeletons will be discovered.
public.
By  Order:
W.  A.
City Hall, May 27, 1010.
DUNCAN.
City  Clerl
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, manteis
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
��nd car line. P. O. box 254, Pnone
473.
New Arrivals in
Ladies9 Blouses
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
11. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, KUUil
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street, New Westminster,
AND
* Bums
Ca
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645  COLUMBIA  STREET.
Emma Goldman In Wreck.
Snokane, June 1.���Emma Goldman,
n,_ Anarchist lecturer, and her maii-
S��� ���      lVr    Ben   Beit man,    narrowly
Sea death yesterday when the au-
���, bile in wliich they were cross ng
?,e  Oregon   Railroad   and   Navigation
" .^tracks   at   Division  street
'"''I1:    ,ck   >v a freight  train.     Miss
&S Jas hurled  ten feel, falling
l^f^nd hank badly bruised.    Kelt-
man was unhurt.
Children's Dresses
The White House 617 Columbia Street
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WuKivn,
Limited, Front street. New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill macninery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, bu'lrting
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia stroet, New Westminster.
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THE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY
Something New in
Floor Was
x
The easiest way to
finish a floor is to
saturate a soft cloth
with Columbus Liquid Wax and apply
lightly to the floor,
let it dry for about
fifteen minutes,
and  bring to a
r'-Wyfu^)--   /   ���������������-1   bring  to a
''%M&iw96fffl< '   P<>Ush by 1 ight
.*Y?v*7i*- ''      rubbing with a
'���:'>��� *'       soft cloth.
No brush to push ���no work ��� no
backache. Resists hecl-r. arks,
scratching, aud water will not turn it
white. Goes farther and lasts longer
than any paste was. Try it! Be
sure to ask for the genuine
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' JUNE ���-, 1910
-.-S
The university commission will sit i    For   Geraniums,    Dahlias   and   all
in Vancouver today. kinds of Spring Bedding Plants phone
Davis' Greenhouse, R 208, **
Phone L-528 for all  kinds of team-
Ing.   .1. Ii. Huggard. ** J. D, S.  Barrett, w.o has boon at-
; tending Columbian ccfllege tor tin-
past few months, leaves today for his
home in  Coleman, Albeita, where ile
The time for receiving tenders
the new B. C. E. It. station here
been extended for o��w week.
lor
June Xew Westmin&er Courier on
sale today at  all bookstores. **
.
will  re  sume  the publication  of the
Coleman  -Miner.
Mr.  anl   Mrs      	
for  Kamloops,  where they  will
id?rson oi
* usbv
COLUMBIA STREET.
I    Spring   is   here���how   about   those
Ralth  left yesterday P^J"   for   ^e   gardbn?     Tidy,   the
visit ' can  su    ���ou       a anv'
their daughter, Mrs. HIrd. | thing In that line.
Try a new place tonight. If you ! Th,?ma! L'l\ ?'aS f Q^nf,ed l�� four
have' never dined al the "Royal," ���'������"'�� hard labor by Police Magi
sm-imse vou try i: tonight. Probably trate Edmonds yesterday for indecent
you've heard your friends commenl assault rne charge agalnsl W.Gerry
o��� the excellence of this famouse!*0!" speeding over he Praser river
cafe-why nol iind out abou. 11 for j bridge was dismissed
yourself? the beauty of the suround-
ings and the brilliancy of the music,
I nun ii to S and !i::in to ll:::u.    Come     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
tonight���"Royal  Cafe." **|    As a resull  of a  visil   paid yester
day by the mayor and the members o
Mrs.  A.  MacDonald, ol  Chicago, is|the  city
N'ew    Westminster    Courier���June
Issue���5 cents per copy. **
Port
isres
. arc doubly 0JV
riantercSafl 1$
made co ccr-��
respond wafli
Colonial
raperies
the fombhings
v-lw_S��|j6_ (i.-'$i' o(-  t--*r'   troo"-*
W__^0^
���azyyz^
THe Westminster Modern
lusiness School
spending a few days in the city visiting  her sister, Mrs. J,  E.  Insley
To   Furnish
Fales.
an Office,   see   \Y.   E
If   every   young   man   and   young
woman  fully realized the advantages
of pursuing a course  at  this lnatltu-      ^n   ^^   ^^  u|   ^   ijut
tion and then the opportunities ottered ,   . Davies. Gl-eenllouse, R208.
and  congenial  employ-1 ^
F. ,1. Hart left yesterday for Chilliwack, where he will remain on business until  Friday.
For  spring  plants   or   cut   flowers.
for profitable ^^^^^^^^^^^^
ment. he or she would not hesitate in
council   to  the   Lulu  island
i bridge it was decided to call for ten
ders   for   the   paving   of   the   lh��� i< 1 s.,���
with creosote blocks and to have the
superstructure painted.
The Bohemian Cafe wlll in future
be open all night. Special arrangements for private parties. **
The June number of The Westminster Courier, issued yesterday, shows
a  marked   Improvement   over  former
Tho b possible C3?'
By ths yard���to be made
op at heme i
mmy*~r-
Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
H
Simple, conventional  designs, floral effeel        | pi  ,,    ,
in   materials  most  appropriate tor draperies.     ;., ,,.
part of the bouse requires retouching a "Colonl
suitable Btyle is available,   in the bousef  hii
many new materials personally   selected   by  tli.    . .
linn' while  in Chica. o.   They   arrived   Saturd.,.
to prove popular.    Another special  feature Is th.
price.  Tbey were well bought, heme we place
as special values,
Art craft  Casement  Cloth���40 Inches wile-. i;;   ���
ventlonal design; per yard	
Alameda Drapery���40 inches;   heavy    weight;   ,:
per   yard	
Continent.il   Grenadines    10 Inches wide   per yard .
Et.-iinine  Drapery  Scrim    per    yard  -..
Mount  Vernon   Swiss   Mullln���36-lnch     drap��    '
yard         :::
Figured  India   Madras   36 Inches wide; per yard
Coloui.-I   Cable   Nets    3G   inches    wide,     lai
W( ight;  ecru and  green onlj ;  per yard..
Colonial Cable Net Curtains    Decidedly    new
green and ecru only.  | et  pair  $1 ;
C.nitol  Twilled Cretonnes���Washable  draperle    i
dark effects;  2G Inches wide-,  per yard ,
Standard  Sllkollnes   3G Inches wide; all colors;
ot i   yard ��������� 11
Pilgrim   Taffeta   36-lnch; single bordered;  In
tei lai;   pi r yard  ,	
Sharpe and their I months in  Its business and advert!
selecting  this   School   as   an   avenue | two little sons, from Vancouver, were | ing end and the general style of th,
for advancement.    We give the same  in   the   city   yesterday  visiting   Mrs.
conscientious attention to placing our J, E. Insley.
students  into  positions  as  we  do to
students       ' ^aUBfled   students   are I    June New Westminster Courier con-
Instruction.
our  best  advertisement.
A. L. BOUCK,
610   Columbia    St. Principal
make-up.    There are a number of Interesting  and   instructive  notes  scat
tered here and there and a descriptlv
trip up the Fraser which are worthy
of mention.
o
Eact
Garden Work
| tains interesting photographs. On sale
at all bookstores today. **     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
A payment of f^5 procures a lot in
Mrs. F.  P. Gilding has returned to  South   Westminster  from   Hale   Bros,
her home in   Bellingham after spend-  &  Kennedy.  Ltd.    These  lots  are in
ing a  few  days  visiting  her  parents ! great demand. **
on Seventh avenue.
The attention  of builders and contractors   is   called, to   the   change   in
A   series   of   evangelistic   services
was    commenced    in    Olivet    Baptist
j church yesterday evening by Rev. Wil-
Fancy   Embroidered   Coats   $2.9
'  " "  -    ���      Regular   Values  $7.50   to   $22.50
Nine only of the nicest summer coats ever shown in the city.   'l'he   materials  are  fine linen atj|
pique, elaborately work, d with star braids, filet insertions, soutache braids, crocheted -
price askei iu  order to  clear out   the  few  remaining  is  actually less than any pei
doing the work of braiding and trimming ah.no.  The workmanship Is of the Ones! an I materl
the   best   grades.    Five   only short and tour long coats in the lot   Oil sale this week   ea ���;.;:
| tlie advertisement" of the  British Co-1 lard   Litch,   B. A., a  former pastor of
lumbia Electric Railway company, call-1 the First Baptist church of Vancouver.
English gardener is open to undertake till kinds of garden work-, making
and seeding lawns; laying out and
planting new grounds; or would attend one or two days a month to
trim up. Apply C. H.. Box uot'., Xew
Westminster.  B.  C.
who is now devoting all his time to
evangelistic work. A big congregation listened to the speaker's remarks
Serives will
ing  for   tenders   for   the   erection   of \
their   station   and   office   building   at |
Xew Westminster, the time limit up ]
to whidh tenders will be received be- on "Evangelistic Work.'
ing extended for one week, from .June! be continued  tonight, Friday evening
3 to June 10. **    |and   on   Sunday   morning,   afternoon
and evening.    Rev. Andrew Grieve is
, , , ,        ...  ,  ,      leading the singing at the services,
treal on  Mon lay, where he will take '
A.   L.   Lavery   is   leaving  for   Mon-
part in the annual meeting of tlie Canadian Order of Forestors.
Until   further   notice   tbe   Bank   ol
Montreal.   Nov   Westminster,  will   be
For a pleasant cool
Ice Cream Sodas at The
, .  , .,    I open for business Saturdav  eventni
Pinkir"v ^   from 7 to 9 o'clock.
Royal Cafe. ** !
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Oppos.te  B. C.  E.  R. Depot
9lP - MPPfhantl hWPh - ^W?      See Fales for Bed Lounges
��du  mcrtiiiQuia luiiuii  tdL|antced poodB at prlces ch*ap
A garden fete will be held this afternoon    at    the    residence    of    Mrs.
j Thomas Meredith. The social is under
; the auspices of the Educational club.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT  SERVICE
GIVE
The death occurred yesterday afternoon  of Charles  K.  Gilley,  of A   ������> a
street, in  his forty-eighth  yea:-.    The
deceased had been a resid   il of West
minster   for   about   fourteen   mi
coming here from Boston.    He ��   - a
native of New Brunswick and leaves
I a widow;   a son, Leroy; a  daughter,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   | Beth;   a   brother,   W.   A.   Cilley,   and
T. ll. Lennie, who has been attend- three cousins, W. R.. Herbert and G.
Ing McGill   :olIege, Montreal, returned I Emerson   Gilley,   to   mourn   his  loss,
to the city this week and Is now con-  The funeral takes place today  under
nected with Johnston's big shoe house. the    auspices    of    the    Knights    of
Pythias.    W. E. Fales has charge of
Have you seen the June "Courier"? | the funeral arrangements.
sKEsmsmiHBsas!^^
the cheapest.
Guar-
?aper than ;!
GIRL OF SEVENTEEN
HELD   FOR   BIGA7TY
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
R. B. Brown, for several years past
assistant postmaster and chief de-
Bpatcher at the city post office, resigned and left the service yesterday
morning.
The proper place to dine is at  the
Bohemian   Cafe,   Depot   Hotel   bl
The best of everything. **
The Westminster Tennis club wll]
hold the opening games of the season
on Saturday afternoon at Hie Tijlpe-
rary courts. Tea will be served in
the  interval   between sets.
Anything in our line 10 to 20 per
i cent, saved  for you.    Fales.       **
For a short time we are offering
Razor Strops worth One Dollar for
Fifty Cents. Can sell yon spectacles
cheaper than others and no tii no pay.
We are agents for Kodaks and supplies. Al senate of Lead for Cal I'-
1 iliai s.   Ask for quota I Ions.
South Westminster property is
handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy,
Ltd. Call In and so.- tbem, and they
will put before you some good things.
A   tragedy  oi ������������ e I   ai   Port  Moody
yesterday when a C. P.  K. train r;n
i into a handcar, killing one Chinaman
I and   injuring   two  others.     Coi   table
l Gammon   went   out   to   the   scene   of
the accident yesterday afternoon and
had   the   body   of   the   victim   of   the
wreck  brought to  this  city.
Mrs. S. A. Fletcher, of 117 Third
avenue, is giving a tea this aftern n
at three o'clock in aid of the Women's Auxiliary of St. Barnabas Chun b,
The big prizes in  Salmon's sweepstake on  the  English  Derby are noi He'p   From   New  Zealand.
coming to Westminster this year. The      London, June 1.���The Xew Zealand
sinal'er  prize-winners  will  be known   government has decided to contribute
today when the mail arrives from Vic-   ��5,000 to the Whitehaven  i, Inin
toria.                                                          luster fund.
-irrfr**~rVTr*v**���-\
Suffolk. Va.. June 1.���Two marriages, one for love and one sail to
bave been Influenced by the crass desire for materia] gain, two separations
and an arresl on the charge ol bigamy, are the experiences of 17,-year-
: old Mrs. Wllleford-Rhodcs, who is
held for the grand jury on the complaint   of  husband   Xo.   1.
The young gill, who resiles with
ber parents near Buckhorn, this county,  was  lirst   married   when   only   it
i years old on February 10, 1907, t.. Joe
Wilh-for.i. This was a love raarilnge,
but it was nol a happy one. and two
years later, in August, 1909, she eloped to North Carolina with Preston
Rhodes, a young man of considerable
means, whom she Is said to have mar
lied.
The girl returned home n few days
later to live with her parents,
When news of her second marital
venture reached the ears of her first
husband he immediately swore out a
warrant for her arrest.
Mrs. Wilford-Rhodes express! s herself as "disgusted."
INDIANS   HAVE   MEASLES.
i Sixty   Tribesmen   a.   Cordova      Dovvo
and Devil Is Conjured.
Coido\a, .lane 1.���Thei e Is an < i i
demic oi measles at the Indian village
in   Old   Town   and   about   BixtJ   of   the
native s  are down  with  that  dl ���
! a supi rstltlous race, the Indians
feel t! at this Is a visitation of the
dovil and are resorting to all sorts ol
I tactics to drive him away. Most of
Ithe time the afflicted ones beal wool
or burn dry sticks and chant in low
tones during the "speel."
���
LADOR TROUBLE IN DOSTON.
Ten Thousand Men Threaten to Strike
for  Wage   Increases.
Boston,   June 1.���Refusals   of   requests for wage Increasi i  were    the
cause  of several strikes  [nam .-
in   Boston  today     Abont   IE ten,
Including  machinists,  building   laborers, wharf and fridge builders,
metal   workers,   cabinet-makers,  and
mill men Btruck.
if thi lr demands are nol    \ ranted
shortly the Btrikers say over    10,	
I union nn n will go out.
^B_2f t\^.  ���.T*'   , .t. ;'��j_i'-'Zt'��m.**m,-.��iir.\m.rl-nm.*S~ AA*';.
THE
K^ir.r.xsr.'srssaaEii
Spectacles 50 rents up
d&GiUN
B
l.
W
HHANIS' B..K (f CANADA
Head Offic-
Mcntreal, Que.
D. S. Curtis & Cq8 jf
DR5JGGSSTS
I,     o
DRUGS-SPECTACLE-SEED   STORE      H
New Westminster, B. C. Phone 43, 71.   $
COME AND
SEE US
In Our Xew Quarters in the
DEANE BLOCK
Four  Doors   Fast   of   Bank   of
Montreal
We Have Just Received a Fresli
Stock of Popham's Chocolates
A. MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Columbia St.   New Westminster.
10 Acres extra good land
acres cleared; seven roomed
house, bath and pantry, hot
and cold water. One mile
from electric tram. Price
$3500. Terms, $500, balance
easy terms.
APPLY TO
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
Capital $6,00a,000 g
Rest Funds  4,600,000
Total Assets (over)  GC,000,000 g
E6TABLI8HED  186-1.
This Bank has 145 Branches in Canada.
General Banking Business
Transacted
The Public
Supply Stores
We have a
Grand  Display of
ED. SMITH'S
P R A P'
JUICE
1 his  is  the
finest summer ;-';v:nk
yet
Pint Bottles 2&|
Try One
Also their canned
Vegetables, Fruit
and Jams
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
We give Special Attention to Savings Bank Deposits
$1.00 Starts an Account
Best rates of Interest paid. No delay in Withdrawals. Open Saturday Evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock
���this gives everybody, working men, merchants,
etc., an opportunity of cashing cheques or making
deposits. __________________
New Westminster Branch,      -      H. C. Adams, Mgr.
G
Ada
Phone 92

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