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 Ocean Park
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Camping
"WHITE   ROCK," THE   PLACE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
i/OLl
ME 5, NUMBER 113.
NEW WESTMINSTER, li. ('., WE DNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1910.
EIGHT PAGES.
PRICI':  FI        CENTS..
Iy wilcox is
GIVEN HIS FREEDOM
Evidence to Connect H-m
ith Murder of Gardner,
blares Justice Clement
/Ucox, over whom a charge
was hanging yesterday, is
lie was arraigned
I'1-' '
fi, e   man.     He   was
two  brothers,  Edward  nnd
MAY DAY COMMITTEE
HAS MONEY IN HAND
i
W. N. Carty Next Master of
Ceremonies���Locket For
Chief Watson.
W. N. Carty will be master (if ceremonies on May Hay _ 'Ml. lie was
unanimously elected lasl evening after the May Day committee bad con-
of   the   present.
CITY WATER SUPPLY
1ST BE PROTECTED
WADE PLEASED WITH
JUVENILE COURT
Order-Ln-Council Lays Down Vancouver Lawyer    Visits
Rules For Power Company     Winnipeg Institution For
in Coquitlam Lake Case.
cnarge of killing Henry eluded  'be  buRines
or January 21 by beating him   year's festivities.
,, I,,;, 1 wilh an oar,
,. tria| msI' i (ay the evidence
..,,.,,,,|    iiied io conned Henry,
other,   in   any   way   wilh
, nd  shortly  alter  four
Ottawa, May :',l.���An order-ln-coun-
cil ha.s been passed confirming the
long-pending agreement between the
minister oi' tiie Interior and thc Vancouver Power company foi- the construction ol' a dam and other works
Reformation of Children.
CANADA WANTS
RETIRING OFEKr I
GIVEN DIANIO ) RING
Emigration Conference in On Severing Connection.
London Hears What Classj With B.C.E.R., D. J. Mc-
of People is Welcome Here'    Quarrie is Remembered.
London. May 31.���At today's session
of the emigration conference convened
under the auspices of the Royal Colonial institute, Colonel Lamb, of the
Salvation Army, said the requirements
This year's celehratlon was shown
to have been the mosl successful ever
held In the city, It costs the committee almost $1,000 to provide for the
expenses of the fete, bul in spite of
discharged by Justice thai facl it will have a small balance
ta staii un nexl  year.
The leal ure of the evening and an
incident, that came us a surprise to
many of ihe members of the committee was tlie presentation to Chief Watson of a gold locket. The presentation was made by W. N. Carty, who
��� -t [Smile and Edward
ie l. but will probably
���his afternoon.
 nt testimony taken
i ol' ihe dead man's
Gai ner; bis nephew,
ai 1 an Indian, Sumas
Winnipeg,   May  31. ���F.   ('.   Wade,
K. <'.. of Vancouver, left for the east
last night en route to Europe. While
in Winnipeg he paid a good deal of
attention to the workings of the juvenile coml, and also secured the assist-
al Coquitlam lake for power purposes, j anee of the Canadian club in forward-jof the colonies were well known. They
The  agreemenl   provides   that   plans   tng   the project of building a  C'ana-
and specifications must  be approved  dlan monument to mark the grave of
by the minister.    Provision must be  General   Wolfe   at   Greenwich.    The
made ai  ihe dam for the passage of  ex cutlve  of  th..  Canadian   club  has
logs   and   oilier   limber   and   for   the   recommended  a contribution  of  $500
driving of logs in the Coquitlam river  for the purpose,
and  for   water  for agricultural or  do- : Pleased  With Juvenile Court.
mestlc purposes within  the drainage      Mr. Wade was particularly pleased
basin of ihe river below tbe dam and  with   the   juvenile   court  and   deten-
for tlie  water  works supply  at  Xew! tion building.    The latter is a  plain.
On the occasion of the severing of
I liis connection  with tlie  B. C.  EL  It.
I with which lie had beer associated for
! tlie past fifteen years. D. .1.  McQuarrie   yesterday   received   a  present  of
a handsome diamond ring from the of���
llicials of the  company,  the  presenta--
| r.ion   being   made   in   Vancouver   bv
wanted people physlclally and morally   Comptroller W. F. Gltchell, who lauded    Mr.    McQuarrrie's    abilities    and
achievements in a neat speech.    Most
Westminster. homelike   structure,   surrounded   by
The  company mast   pay  any  dam-1 other residences.    It  lias been found
in a m-at speech pointed out. the fact   ages caused  hy the construction or quite unobjectionable ln every respect,
that.   Chief   Watson   was  one  of  the | operation of the dam or other works | and no neighbor would think of pro-
oldest members of the committee and
was   one  on   whom  a   large  portion  of  the
Had  a  Drunken   Row.
|t        r the Garner boys
i they and the three  success of the affair depended every
boys had left   Ni w  Westmln-
January 25 and had gone up
|i '. here they lived, They
| hoard   and   when   they
Wilcox home there was
.-I    The Garners lived across
��� om  tbe Wilcox  brothers.
: ��� m   morning   Henry   Garner
to the Wilcox home again
two  Garners  say   that   they
���   ui   run   down   to  the  beach
men run after him, knocking
. n  and  striking blm.
ise will lie resumed when the
���convenes this morning.
year.
The chief was overcome with surprise but he rallied and thanked ihe
committee for their gift.
The locket is of solid gold, Bur-
mounted by a solid gold buckle on a
block silk chain.
The committee was evidently in a
silverware mood, for it was also do
or the breaking of the dam or any testing against it. On tlie contrary!
other accident; also any damage j everyone is so enthusiastic over the
caused by the diversion of water from | working of tlie juvenile court here
the Coquitlam river and the company that there is every disposition to help
must  furnish   security  to  cover  this.! it   rather   than   put   obstacles   in   it's
The company must remove the intake pipe far the New Westminster
water supply from the present location in the old dam to the tunnel
tin ough the bank on the west side of
the new dam iind must construct and
maintain    such    works   for   the   New
I
,v
Big   Fire   Loss.
Sydney, N.  S..  May  31.���Tlle
shop   and   forge   of   II.   Mus-
So:i   were  destroyed  by  fire
The loss is $20,000, with only
insurance.
may affect the water supply of New
Westminster in consequence of the
construction  or operation of tlie dam
���RATIONS 10 STORE
ARE ALMOST COMPLETE
elded to offer a cup for annual competition among the lOMferent boys'
brigades in the province. Tlie prize
will be awarded on diill and general
efficiency and \\\\ become the property of tbe brigade winning It two
years  in  succession.
It was also decided to donate a
medal to be known as Uie Mav
Queen's medal for the boy who made
the best showing in any of the brigades in the city, the award to be
made on the general marks and reports made on the conduct of tho
boy during the year.
A vote of thanks was passed to
the press for its assistance in making Staining tlie consent of the minister.
the affair a success. W. X. Carty regretted tbat be was unable to move
a general vote of thanks taking in all
tbe   members   of   the   committee   for   Banker   Arraigned   for  Attempting
way, nor has there been nny difficu'ty
such as there was in Vancouver in
th" formation of advisory committees.
Tlie Children's Aid society put
forth no claim for representation, but
was quite content to see a small committee   appointed,   consisting   of   the
without blemish, who did not drink
di 1 not tell lies nor intend to tell
lies, did not covet, their neighbor's
land, and who had some agricultural
knowledge and capital. He did not
blame tbem when he remembered that
this count ry was fool enough to part
with everything after they had fought
for these victories at a tremendous
cost of blood and treasure without
keeping "tag" on them,
Winnipeg Man  Defends Canada.
.J.   M.   Aiken,   K.   C,  of   Winnipeg,
of the officials of tho company ware
present at. the head office where tli* -
token <^f esteem was handed over to
Mr.  McQuarrie.
Although unprepared with a made-
to-order speech. Mr. McQuarrie rose
to the occasion and thanked his fellow officials for their appreciation of
his services, referring In his remarks
to the good feeling wU'ch had always
existed between tho different heads of
defended tlie Canadian regulations, departments and ytween the officiaL-
Canadians thought that the popula-; and tlie public in general,
tion wliich was not good enough for Mr. McQuarrie yesterdav stirren-
the English was not good enough for dered the reins of the local manage-
them. But tbe Dominion could not! ment to D. J. Stewart, who has been
have too many settlers of the right j here in the capacity of assistant mantu
sort.   They had an ambition that Can-! ger for the past month.
Westminster water supply as may be > mayor and some others, and quite Ig-
approved by the city engineer. noting their associations.   During the
The water supply must lie main-Mast year, out of 503 cases dealt with,
tained  at   tlie  present  pressure. 261, or more than half, were suecess-
The company must remove any veg-1 fuMy disposed of out of court. So
etable   growth  or  any   Impurity  that : far only about five per cent, have gone
b:ti 1:  to their old habits
Home Surroundings Blamed.
Hon. T. Mayne Daly, juvoni'e court
and must keep the water supply pure. I Judge, declares  in  his  annual report
that  ninety-five per cent,  of juvenile
A   bond   fixed   by   the   minister to
cover this condition must be put up
tiie company.
The company must  not assign or
delinquency is due to improper home
surroundings. One of the most Important functions of th" court is tlie
sublet  tiny of its power or privileges I instruction and disciplining of parents
under this agreement without first ob-
FINANCIER   SMUGGLER.
tt
ten   Brothers   Will   Have
'st   Estab'ishments
Pacific Coast.
on
One
the
of
i he was  convinced  that  they  all  deserved  it.
In conclusion. Alderman .lohnston
stati'd that he hoped circumstances
would never arise in which it was
found advisable to abandon the May
Day celebration, a wish with which
all those present  heartily agreed.
Defraud  U. S. Customs.
New York, May 31.���P. R. Lion, who
is said to lie the president and vice
and others who influence the life of
the children, and to tiiis is due in
the main a great reduction, in delinquency wherever juvenile courts are
instituted.
The superintendent of neglected
children reports that during the year
twenty-six boys have been released
', -.  the  reformatory  on  paro'e and
ada might one day become the most
important part of the Empire, but
that did not imply that they thought
Great Britain was decadent. Canada
must necessarily become a great
power and was prepared to accept
settlers, but only, of the lis ht sort.
Lax Rules Respecting Children.
Dr. William Baker, of the Barnardo
homes, while admitted the friendly
courtesy of Canadian officials, complained that there was a want of def-
On Monday Mr. McQuarrie, in partnership with his brother, N. II. McQuarrie, will open a real estate and
insurance office in the premises recently vacated by J. C. Blair on Columbia street.
BANK CLEARINGS IN
MONTREAL SHOW   INCREASE
Montreal,  May 31.���Bank clearings
in   Montreal   for  the   five  months  ol"
inite rules respecting the emigration the current year show the large gain.
of children. A more definite method of $151,309,960 over the same period
of   examining   children   ought   to   be j tn  1009,  the  increase  for  the  month
I c course of a few days John-
���iieis will have completed Im-
��� nts   to   their   shoe   store   on
a street, which  makes It  one
t   up-to-date  boot  and  shoe
���  'tits on   the   Pacific   coast.
Ing touches <>r the Improve-
i- not been put on yet, but
e   finished   in  a  day   or  two'
et    it   is   the   intention   of   the |
enl to have a grand opening
i v will Invite the pui.lie.    |
��� King capacity of the m tin
has  been   almost  doubled,   the
Ing run right up to the cell-
II the way round. The offices (
remain in the same place, but'
dl platform suspended from the
been  built   at   the  back
��� ire,  greatly  Increasing the
��� tion and giving the stoie a
I      .i  : '-ai   entrance.
i        tiont of the store thai has
the    greatest    alterations.
In  entei prising fli m Is to be con-
"ii  the front  v.'dch adorns
;'        business.
.store windows ure supported on
fines!   marble, so large
!  lour of them ure required
Ha   four  liases  of  the  show
in   front   and   two   al
''���' i ol   he entrance,   The glass
'   ppi i   supports, which take
ni-   room   and   give
EXPECT  BIG  WALKOUT
ALONG THE GREAT LAKES
Cleveland, May 31.���Demandln . a
twelve-hour working day and ho lid' ys
off. 100 members of the Greal Lukes
Towing company quit work today. As
ti result, lake navigation in and out.
of Cleveland harbor is at a standstill
and passenger and freight steamers
are tied up,
Tlie wage question does not enter
Into the controversy. Local tug men
say the walkout will become general
along  the Great   Lakes.
HOME GOVERNMENT MAKES
PROTEST TO
president of several banks and corpor- only one has had to he returned.
atlon in Minneapolis, was held today j As the reformatories have been
after an examination before Acting! filled under an old system of punish-
Surveyor Smyth In the customs house | ment, now almost obsolete, and ad-
on the charge of smuggling two pearl mittedly ill-judged and almost crim-
necklaces, a brooch and a gold watch, jnai jn jts stupid ferocitv towards
and was sent to Hoboken In custody children, the sooner all reformatories
. . nspector Tim 'by Donohue to bo are emptied on tlie parole system the
airalgned before '.'. S. Commissioner hotter.
ass to have bai'.
PRAISES MOI
\ed.
.ERS-IN LAW.
The king lias signalized his succes-.
sion by leniency toward'; man*' opt
and hardened crlmlnn'l "Why."
asked Mr. Wade1, "should not Canada
seize on the occasion to make amends
for the enormous crimes committed
against many children who are serving long terms for what aie now regarded as trivial offences, easily
cured  without  imprisonment.?"
practiced by colonial  representatives
he said.    He enlarged on the neces
sity of the supervision of children in   are      $817,160,466,     compared
the  colonies   and   recommended   the | $6t>5,850,494 for 1900.
Barnardo methods to other securities.
At the afternoon session of the conference Mr. Hazel, of the Central Unemployed body, complained that the
work of that, body was misunderstood
in Canada because of iis name. The
body, which he said was careful and
painstaking in selecting emigrants,
believed that without a further act
of parliament it would be possible for
labor exchanges to get into communication with tlie colonies and set up
labor exchanges between this country
and the dominions beyond tlie s?as.
If this was done with great painstaking and care, a great deal of good
might result.
Advocates   Central   Bureau.
C.  S.  Goldman.  M.  P..  urge 1 more
ending today heing $17,067 104.
The total figures for the five months
with
CGQII1TLAM SITE IS SAIO
TO BE JUST ABOUT I0EAI
Proposal to Place University in  Municipality Meets With Approval of
Many Westminster Men.
The supporters of the Coquitlau.
site for tiie provincial university received another batch of recruits on
extensive co-operation between the Monday, when a party from here went
government and the different parts of  up the river in a gasoline launch to
CHECK CIGARETTE  HABIT.
Great   Britain   Considers   Immigration
Regulations Too   Drastic  Towards
Incoming Settlers.
-A  formal  protest
lice, through Earl
operation  of the
the
��� -,:��� t-\\
"    " " i:i gest  possiblt
<������* Bpace.
''""is are of solid oak  with
bevelle I glass.    Tbey are also
"' Mil hinges Of a special kind,
''"' Bomewhat   new   in   British
tabla,
space which  was once a  dark
'' ,"'lu'< Uie store has bren trans-
1 ''"'I a room which will  nuike
Shop or ofllce.    This has been
l" | "'I'le  hy   the  Installation  of
m Ughta in the sidewalks.    Both
and    lectric light lmve been in-
here  and everything   will  be
'I' In (be most modern manner,
stairs leading down to tlie base.
""  of  solid   marble,   with   the
md floor of tlle.    Heavy brass
;   :,s bannisters give tho place
appearance.
a the Improvements nre entire-
completed .lohnston  Brothers will
���" establishment which they will
satisfaction of knowing enn-
nade any better.
Spokane   Pastor     Makes    a     Hit     By
Speaking a Good Work for Them.
Spokane, May "1.���The Uev. Bruce
Brown, pastor of Dean Avenue Christian church, of this city, scored Hie
hit of bis life at the Mothers' Day
exercises under the direction of tho
Young Women's Christian association
when he said, among other things, in
the course of his address to the young British Army Authorities Take String-
women: ent Measures With Smokers.
"For the maligned and mistreated London, May 31.���The British army
mothers-in-law 1 want to speak a pood authorities have taken action to check
word today. Almost every mother the cigarette habit nmons: young sold-
must some time in her life become a iers. General Smith-Dorien command-
mother-in-law, and it will not be easy ing ,,t Aldershot, the great military
lor you to have your boy put another j centre, lias issued an order forbidding
woman first In her life. -soldiers  to  smoke  cigarettes    while
"I   lay   upon  the  conscience of the under arms  or  on   fatigue   duty.    It
���'-'     :':t I and- is   now
the premier
in
ht
i ���
Vi
re
BIG   INCREASE.
customs returns for the month
'>' show a remarkable Increase
those for ", .  same month last
'"' itU!rea��e Is over fifty-four
ent,
, ; figures:
'";' I'"1'1 -��� Mav, Win. $13.52(1.55;
L90��. ��0.224.32;  Increase, $4,302.-
Mnv, mid, $12,867.77; May,
��� : increase, $4,962.40.
Ottawa, May 31.-
from the colonial 0
Crewe, against the
new Canadian Immigration regulations
has been received by ihe government
under consideration by
Who In tbe absence Of
Oliver is acting minister of the interior. The borne government Intimates thai the regulations, In so fat-
as British Immigration is concerned,
ought to be relaxed. What is particularly objected to is the requirement
that all Immigrants, save those destined to farm employment, shall, In
addition to being ticketed, have $76
In cash and a proportionate amount
for each members In their families.
An order-in-council was passed some
weeks ago and the explanation of the
department is that it is intended to
prevent people becoming a charge
upon the public on arriving in this
country. On the other side of the
watei' thev regard It as entirely too
drastic in operation, and calculated to
keep out a desirable class of British
people, particularly those who are anxious to come to Canada, In many eases
to assured employment, but
money qualifications too
is a tare occurrence for
government to take sucl
spectlng the regulation ol the admin
1st ration of colonies.
many young women before me that
they never become jealous of tlie love
that their sweethearts give to their
mothers. It is one of the tragedies
of life for a woman who lias guided
every step of her boy to see him
place another first in his affection.
Some day yotl may taste the bitterness of thai ''i'P- S�� you should love
your mother-in-law as you would be
loved."
TREATY WILL ASSURE
CONSERVATION OE SEALS
ias heen found that tlie marching and
shooting powers of the troops are
suffering from over-indulgence in
cheap "fags" of which a Tommy of
18 or 19, will smoke 30 or 40 a day.
An ordinary battalion has been known
to get through a quarter of a million
cigarettes in a month. Tbey nre usually of the cheap brand known as
"Woodbines." sold at five for a penny
Agreement    Between    United    States,
Canada,  Russia   and   Japan   Willi
Result in  Preservation.
who tind
high,     it
the British
i  action  re-
i
$7,906.3
'"otal���May, ni,..   $26,894..2:   May,
��� ���-���pi�� ,1"'
'9.69; increase, $9,264.68
Wants Sermons in English.
London,  May   3i.-A1   the  general
assembly of the Church of Scotland
a petition from Roderick MacLay, o
Fort   William,   pleaded   tha    an   un
scriptural   method  was carried on
that part of Canada with the use o
hymns and organs, and requested tnat
tlie missionary there speak in  ang-
lish  Instead  of Gaelic.    A  committee
was instructed to investigate.
New York, May 81.���The Evening
Globe says: "Brief and lacking in
detail as is the report, that, a sealing
treaty between the United States,
Canada. Russia and Japan has been
practically concluded, tlie mere statement that it is all but agreed to stop
pelagic fishing in the North Pacific
ocean for a long term of years ls true
enough to cause profound satisfaction.
"If it is true that the unquajifiea
consent of other nations, particularly
of Japan, hns been obtained towards
the restriction or prohibition so long
and so earnestly desired In this country, it may be that the extermination
Of seal herds is not to become complete.
"If tiiis agreement had not been
reached,   the  early   extermination  of
COOK WILL NOT 00 TO
ETAH TO GET HIS RECORDS
Some Other Explorer Will Bring Back
"Proofs" of   Doctor's   "Discovery
of   Big   Nail."
have a look over the proposed site.
Those who went from here under the
guidance of Major MacAulay. of Coquitlam. were Mayor Lee", Dr. Sipprei, Professor Burwasli, J. W. Creighton. Uev. Dr. Taylor, Rev. J. S. Hondas  soon  as  possible to consider ��� the | erson and C. 11. Stuart Wade.
The party were met at Coquitlam
by Reeve Welcher and Councillors
Fox and Tyner and the whole p:irty
spent a very pleasant morning wandering around prospective luillrf of
learning, and tripping over sticks o��
prospective  football   fields.
Mayor Lee was charmed witli the
site.  "As a site  it Is  simply magni-
  ! ficent," said he. and later, "the site Is
' simply   gorgeous."     Asked   what   the
Four   Hundred   Natives  Drown   When j drawbacks  were,  he  did not remember any.
the Empire. A central emigration bureau should be formed, lie said, hetween this country and each of the
receiving colonics. Tho conference
passed a resolution asking the British governmenl   to hold a conference
subject of Immigration.
CYCLONE KILLS THOUSANDS
ALONG MOZAMBIQUE COAST
Steamer   Capsizes���Many   Boats
Driven Out to Sea.
The place is easily accessible andT
is ideal from almost every point of
view. Tlie land may be purchased at
a reasonable price; in fact the provincial government owns two or
three hundred acres at or adjacent to
the site and this would probably be
.ncluded In any comprehensive plan.
pie and  destroyed  practically the en-  t0 estliblish tlie university there.    It.
Lisbon. May 31.���A terrific cyclona
sweeping Mozambique and the East
African coast killed thousands of pi o   j
the   North   Pacific   seals   seemed   an   annuities was ?16, and i
absolute certainty." Mil were from Ontario
New York, May 31.���Captain B. M.
Osborn, polar explorer and close personal friend of Dr. Cook, today declared that he did not believe Cook
Intended to go to Etah to bring hack
his records.
"The records wlll be brought back
this winter," he said, "and they will
prove that Cook went to the Pole;
but Cook himself will not go for them.
People would say he had brought back
fake records. Another man will
bring hack tlie records and then Cook
will come forward with indisputable
proof of liis discovery."
tire city yesterday, according to today's despatches published in the
Dlarlo Noticias. The details contained In the despatches aro meager.
The cyclone was the fiercest that
has struck the east, coast In years and
the death roll already is enormous,
A coastwise steamer carrying ion
natives was capsized near Mozambique harbor and all were drowned.
Many small craft. In the harbor and
several   vessels   in   the   Mozambique
is only about one mile from tho city
pipe line to Coquitlam lake an.l adjoins the Fraser, the Titt and tho
Coquitlam rivers. There is good fishing nnd splendid boating; level
ground to make athletic fields and the
site could be cleared with little difficulty.
The exploring party went right into-
the woods and examined the site froinr
all points of view and were satisfied
in all directions.   There are some fine-
waves.
The cyclone apparently centered on
the three Islands in Mnkambo hay on
channel  were   swamped   by   gigantic  flf t|.ees there and a beautiful drive,
bringing  the  place   little more  than.
half a mile from Westminster Junction mav be cut through the woods.
which the city   of    Mozambique   Is It ls no{ far  from t\xe proposed New
built.   Mozambique had a population  Westminster golf links.
of (1.000 natives and 3,000 Europeans.   |    The Bltp wlu be considered amongst
Mesurll, European settlement on the I otllcrs wvien the commission sits here
mainland  near  Mozambique,  did  not  next weei?<
sustain as heavy damage iis the cap-
Sale  of   Annuities.
Ottawa, May III.���Tlie total revenue
for tlie sale of government annuities
to  date is   .545,877.     Tlie  number  of
annuities was 716, and of this number
Ito!.
Confirmation  in  London.
IiOndon. May 31,���Reports have
reached here of a damaging cyclone
In Mozambique, but details are meager. The reports say several steam-
shies were driven to sea and lost and
others were forced to shore. A coasting vessel carrying 400 natives, ls reported to have sunk. All thoso on
board drowned.
Houses and cons were destroyed in
some sections of the island and many
people are homeless.
Note Issue for Australia.
Melbourne. May IU.���Premier Andrew Fisher announces that a t"e s-
ure for a Commonwealth note issue
will he introduced at the n^xt srsslon
of parliament.
To Modify Kitchener's Scheme.
Melbourne, May 31.���Colonel Kirk-
Patrick, Inspector general of AustraF
ian forces, has been assigned Ms
duties. G. F. Pearce. the minister of
defence, will consult him regarding,
modifications of Lord Kltchenvr'sr military defence scheme.
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,   jUNE
���> 1910.
Classified Advertisements Hy
WANTED.
IVANTED���YOUNG LADY AS STEN-
ographer   and    for   general    office
work.    Apply  P. 0. Box 219.
WANTED���A GOOD LOT FOR
building on to cosl about .; ��� Reply  to M. care of  Dally No"*.
Rfflodel Bakery
H. C. Mark & Sons
1 SOUTH AfRICA HAS
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Cor. Fourth Ave. and Second St.
Manufacturers of tho bread
that is making New Westmln-
.ster famous. Also choice cakes,
cookies and candies. Our oblig-
Ing drivers wi.l be more than
pleased to call.    Phone 435,
MERGED ITS COLONIES
Good Opportunities r
IVANTED���TROUSER  MAKER.    AP-
ply  ,).  N.  Altchison, Til Columbia
.street.
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BREIMNG & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES  ONLY.
 _ vVe Can  Deliver the  Properties.
a. ,. -ra i   ���   -a       'Rooms 5 nnd 6, Merchants Bank Bldg.
Hostility Ot Boer and  bntOn  Corner Columbia and  6cgb,e Streets.
New Westminster E. C���Phone 686.
is Now  a   Thing  of the
Past-A Retrospect.
a, i islve Propi rties roo
Ad\ 61 I ise.
WANTED���SASH ANU DOOR MA-
chlne men. Apply Walsh Sash &
Door company, N'ew Westminster.
WANTED���HELPER FOR BOILER
Shop. Applj at llI1(-'e to Vulcan
Iron Works.   Phone 324.
WANTED���GIRL TO ASSIST WITH
house work. Apply, A. E. Kellington, 501 Queen's avenue.
gents' open face
gents' open case,
and      Klgtn
WANTKD���TO EXCHANGE oa 1-2
acres of good land at Lincoln station, Langley. for Westminster city
property. Value $3000. Apply B. C.
Securities, Ltd., Dominion Tins:
Offices, Columbia stieet, Xew Westminster.
WANTED���A GIRL  AT ONCE,
ply, Royal City Laundry.	
AP
WANTED ���FIRST CLASS WAIT
resses. Go.id wages paid. Appi;
Central Hotel.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watches Ior Ladies from 912-75
up.
Silver Watches,
$6.00.
Silver  Watches,
(7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
Cape Town. May 31.���Tomorrow the
four South African colonies will me | e
tin lr political systems and come under
the  administration   of  single  central
government.    Tbe   long  crisis   which
culminated In the war divided South
[Africa   into   two   hostile  camps.    On
'the one side  were  thc supporters of;
Irepubllcan ambitious and of Boer rac-
lial ascendancy, on the other the supporters of  British  supremacy and of
racial equality.   The surrender of Ver-
eening marked the definitetrlum_hof
the British view.    The main taproot of
bitterness, the  Irreconcilable conflict
embodied   in   the   existence   of     rival
flags  and  in  compatible  political  systems  in   a    singularly     homogeneous
country was cut away.   The cleavage,
indeed,   still   Continued.     Tin'   defeated
party  remained In existence, a party
and primar-
Propei lies  in���
NEW WESTMINSTER, BURNABY, SAPPERTON, LULU ISLAND, SURREY, LANGLEY, CHILLIWACK, SUMAS, VANCOUVER
NORTH AND SOUTH VANCOUVER.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank    Bldg.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit,
HARRISON HOT SPRINGS ���160
acres, with threi four! mile i f
waterfront; one mile from the
hotel; $30 per acre; .1500 cash, balance one, two, three and four years
at  5 per cent.
A Drive   |
in Dinner Sets
-b per c
several
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BURNABY SNAP���Eicjht acres, close
to tram; $700 per acre and you
name the terms.
this week
SURREY     WATERFRONT     SNAP
Ten   acres  al   $250  per  acre;   tern
Write or
Come  and   Se,-
tlcu'ars.
l's  for
ar-
;iTY���Lot 3 in blocks 6 and 7,
division 9, on Seventh;  pi lei
easy terms.
subdi
BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
We Can  Deliver tne  Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldg.
Corner Columbia  and   Begbie  Streets
New Westminster B. C.���Phone 686.
HOUSE���A  nice  little  house on   Elev
enth   street,     near     Third   avenue;
price $1650; one-fourth cash, balance six. twelve and eighteen
months,
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KELLINGTON BROS.
LULU ISLAND���Three acres of
cleave I garden land, near train;
pi ice $250 per acre
665-���CoIuir.Lia
New Westminster, B. C
TWO LOTS in Burnaby, clcse to store
and i ram ;  $250 each.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISH]
The   Arrow   Press
WANTED���MEN AND BOYS TO
work in can factory as helpers. Apply between 7  and 9 a.m.    Cliff it
Sons.
Street.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
WANTED���A GIRL VOU. GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  V2:> Third  avenue.
Preliminary   Notice    to   Contractors.
Tenders for Laying  New  Water
Main.
Tenders are required for tlie laying
and  jointing of about  fourteen miles
of  25-inch   rivetted steel   water  main
and   about  7,780   feet  of   12-inch  and
7,500  feet  of 13-inch  lap-welded pipe.
] Plans  and   specifications   can   be   ob-
i tained  from  the City   Engineer.  City
Hall, bv the sixth of June, 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City, Hall, New Westminster, May 23,
SALE ��� BEAUTIFUL   HOUSE      1910.
acre view
ai Brownslvlle.
'., cash, balance
a home, secure
one at unci', tis they are the cheap-
i sl  and nearest  lots on the market.
lots   on   car   line
Price $250 per lot;
easy.    If  you  waul
550
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FOB SALE���REFRIGERATOR. COST
$20. Nearly new. Just the thing
for keeping your food in during the
hot weather. Can be seen at 233
Eleventh street, corner Third avenue.    No reasonable offer refused.
FOR
and lot.   Six rooms.   At Sapperton.,
A snap, as owner musl leave  city ;
at once.    $300 cash:  $26 a month;
includes Interest.    Call at 312 Hospital street.    No agents.  !
FOR    SALE���GOOD
(2,800 lbs.). Sound,
harness (new). A
kay.  Burnaiiy  Lake
WORK    TKAM
Also wagon and
iplv  A.   N.  Mac-
P. O.,  B. C.
FOR SALE ��� MAGOON STRAW-
berry runners. Specially grown
from young plants. Four dollars
per thousand. L. Claude Hill, Burnaby Lake, P. O.
FOR SALE ��� SPEED LAUNCH
"Vite." 33 feet long, 4 feet 6 incites
beam; fully equipped with 16 H. P.
four-cylinder "Cowle" engine, together with dynamo. In first class
working order. Speed 11 miles per
hour. To be seen at our docks,
Front street. The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
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- Praser; 21% acres of Improved
Delta land.   There   are    two   good
houses  on    this    property;   t< i ins.
This property can be bought for less
than $20 per front  foot,
Lulu Island���Twenty or Forty acres
on the North Ann road. Price only
$250 an a.-re. The land around this
has been subdivided, and is selling
at double the price. This is .Man-
last chance to secure land along the
proposed tram line at this figure,
Terms easy.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank    Bldg.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
FOUR ROOM
COTTAGE
and
lot
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132;
close
n.   Price ���. l
600,
on
your
own
tei llis
organized on   racial   lines
ilv  for  racial  objects. 'Corner  Columbia  and   Begbie   Streets.
"But   iis   leaders   wisely     recognized ; Phone 680.
that those objects did not include the;
near The Daily News Co., 609 Victoriat umL      ,    , ,,     , .���,,;., ,,,- ,|,��� ��-..,-  nnd
'reversal ot the verdict ol the war, anu |
j concentrated their energies on the or-   South    Westminster��� 4
ganlzation  of  their  own    supporters I
iand on rallying fresh support by vigorous criticism of, the administration
of the victors. The British on the
other hand, once satisfied that the Is-
|sue"bf the flag had been settled and
that British institutions were to prevail, were content to dismiss the racial question from their minds and began to give play to their natural instinct of criticizing tne governmenl of
the day*. By the force of electoral gravitation the dissatisfied elements were
absorbed by the solidly organized
Boer parties in the several colonies.
Flesult Shown.
The result was seen in tlte elections
in the new colonies in 1907 and in
Cape Colony in 1908.' The Boer parties, Het Volk, Orange Cnie. and
Bond, were returned by overwhelming majorities. But their return was
largely due, in the Transvaal and Cape
Colony at least, to British votes, and
those votes have since affected both
the composition and the policy of the
governments in question. At the pic-
sent moment South Africa, outside of
Natal,  is divided  into two parties in   RQYAL CITY REALTY CO,   FULL SIZE     LOT
CAPITAL
RESERVE
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JOSEPH  1 RAVERS
Real   Estate  and   Auctioneering
Next to   Todd's   Music   House
Phone   703
Branches  throughout
Newfoundland,  anu  ii   i
laud. New York, Clt i
C.S \ . and  M ix'co citj     .\"S
banking    busines
tors ot Ci edll Issued    i
correspondents in   all    ;    ���
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Sa\ Lngs Bank 11 :
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EIGHT ROOM
New; on Tl
S3500;   $600
MODERN     HOUSE���
ird avenue,    Price only
cash   will   handle it.   . .
and Interest allowe '   -
annum  (present  r,  ���
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C.  D. BRYMNEK
Real Estate
vs.
Mortgages
Some  of  our  shrewd  clients
are beginning to feel that out-
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. AP
ply 818, Milton sua et.
side   property
as high as it
that   the   old
axiom is good
is   now   nearly
s worth. They say
stock   exchange
wliich says "Sell
FURNISHED
Apply A. 11.
Building.
ROOMS    TO    RENT���
Ferguson, Pythian Hull
TO   LET ���UNFURNISHED   THREE
rooms;   electric   light.     Apply   233
Eleventh street or 741; 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���POCKET BOOK CONTAIN-
ing sum of money and valuable
papers. Name on pocket book, S.
N. Lupton. Finder please return
to Kelly, Douglas & Co., Front
street  and  obtain   reward.
I..OST���On Columbia street between
Alexander and Sixth streets, silver
brooch trimmed with gold. Finder
return to the City Paint Shop, 117
Alexandra stieet, and receive reward.
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
Edmonds Waterworks.
Notice is hereby given that all parties requiring water service ure requested to make application on printed
forms, to be Obtained at the collector's ofiice. as early as possible.
C. T. SAUNDERS, C,  M. C.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B, C, May
23, mo.
BUILDERS     AND     CONTRACTORS.)
Sealed tenders will be received by]
the undersigned up to noon, June 10,
for the erection of a tramway station
and office building ut New Westmln-]
��ter.
Specifications can he secured at office  of   Maclure     &   Fox, architects,
Winch building, Vancouver,
The lowest or any tender not, necessarily accepted.
B. C. ELECTRIC  RAILWAY CO., LD.
TO    CONTRACTORS.
Tenders will he received until noon
��.)f Saturday, June ll, (or certain alterations anil additions lo the Bank of
Montreal. Plans and specifications
may I e bad from the accountant In
thi* hank.
CHANT  r^   HENDERSON,
Architects.
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 ls no security better than a mortgage
on improved real estate which
has withstood all the scrutiny
given mor&ases which passes
through our hands. They feel
that with such mortgages
they can sleep pretty comfortably���no anxiety as to a possible drop ln value.
If real estate has done well
for you, or lf you are for any
reason looking for the greatest security ln investment, It
will pay you to see us and
talk over the matter. Our
knowledge Is at your disposal
without charge. Years of experience and study of financial
matters of all kinds fit us to
spctik with some degree of authority, j    J   ' ''"'f'1
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Corner  Columbia   and   Begbie   Streets.
Phone 680.
SIX ROOM MODERN HOUSE���Lot
all cleared and in fruit. Price
$2000;   $660 cash, balance easy.
THE ABOVE are only a few of the
house properties we bave. We ba\ i
many others on easy terms in all
parts of the clt).
FULLSIZED LOT on Fifth street.
between Sixth and Seventh avenues. Price for a tew days only
STyii,  on  terms.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Watenl
Manufactured
each colony. On the one side is a dominant party, essentially racial, but. (
with the racialism more or less strong- |.
ly modified by the presence of English
supporters, by the strength of the opposition, or by tlie statesmanship of
its loaders. On the other Fide is an
opposition���"Progressive" in Cape Colony and the Transvaal, "Constitutionalists" in tbe Orange River Colony���
non-racial in its objects though mainly British in its composition. Between]"
these parties there is no real conflict j
of principles. Both profess the same
objects, ond if there are profound differences of opinion between leading
men in South Afiica they are very far
from coinciding with the party division. The fact is that the existing
party system, is an historical one, the
outcome of past struggles, and represents no real cleavage of opinions or
principles. Sooner or later it must
either acquire a genuine differentiation or els" break up and give place
to   some   new   line   of  division.
To a great extent that new line of
division exists already, and South  At-
Bquare,
tenm
Close    to    Moody
on PritK-i ss street; $700, on
A  SNAP���Eig
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s,  all
cle.ired,
be-
tween Secoi
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Third
Btreets
for
$325  each;
will
sell   singly;
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fourth cash,
balance six.
twelve
and
eighteen   months.
Call
up   pi
one
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HERE IT IS���Ten acres in Surrey,
near tramline; all cleared; line alluvial soil; under cultivation. Price
$2ou  per  acre;   $700  cash, balance
one, two and three years.    Call  up
phone 433.
ROYAL CITY REALTY CO.
750  Columbia   Street
THE
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
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DAILY N   E   W
TWO GOOD LOTS on Edinburgh
stieet, close to Twelfth Stieet, hacking onto ;t lane. Price -.1100 for the
two. on terms.
FULL SIZED  LOT on Hamilton street,
close to  sixth  Btreet.    Price only
$650,  OB  terms.
FULL SIZED LOT on Hamilton street,
till cli ared. cloi e to Twelfth sti < el
Price $850, on terms.
WE    HAVE    lots   In   all    parts   of   the
city on easy terms    if you wan) a
flve or ten acre block ll  will be to
your  advantage  to  see   us   before
going elsewhere,
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JOSEPH TRAVERS
Real   Estate  and   Auctioneering
Phone   703
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  _
elephone 13. Office. Eighth .
191-2 Acres al Tlmberland ]
Fronting Yale n ad. J35M
cash, balance to arrange,
inquire at
S. O. PAULSEN
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Manager   N.   W.   Branch,
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rlcans generally are beginning to be-
: come conscious of its existence. From
tiie  tremendous struggle of the  war.
;from the laborious work of reconstruction   wliich  followed,  have  gradually
; emerged a new conception and a new
1 point, of view.   The conception is that
of a great and progressive South African  nation,  the  equal  in  every   re-
[spect  of  the  older  Dominions;     the
point of  view  that of    constructive
development.    To those who are filled
! with this conception and share    this
point   of   view  tho  old   racial   Issues,
Ithe old jealousies between town and
1 country, old residents and new comers
seem    merely    trivial and    irritating.
Tlie great tiling to them ia to develop
South   Africa   to   build   up   its   industries,  to  till   It  with  prosperous  people by fostering the inflow of capital
and    of   Immigrants.     The   spiritual
founder of tho    I >v constructive idealism from Cecil Rhodes, its great, practical   preacher   and     exponent     Lord
Milner.    But the conception which animated Rhodes and Milner lmve sunk
deep into the minds of many who opposed them  bitterly In the past, and
who even  today  would  be  reluctant
to recognize the extent of I heir Influence,
The strength of the new Idealism
was shown in the most, striking fashion by the movement, which culminated ln the union. And the union conventions showed no less the very distinct division between those who were
inspired'by the new constructive conceptions, wilh all that, they Implied,
and those who were sllll dominated
by the old party traditions or by local
sentiment. Among the former section
two names stand out most prominently and are naturally coupled together
whenever tho possibility of a rearrangement of parties Is discussed.
They are the names of General Botha
and Dr. Jameson.
The career of General Botha Is ono
of the most, remarkablo examples In
recent history, both of the success of
personalfty and of the extraordinary
absorbing power of British institutions. Less than 11 years ago Louis
Botha was an ordinary member of tbe
Transvaal Volksraad, sufficiently
alive to Iho folly of Kruger's reactionary and aggressive policy to express his dissatisfaction, but without
any power to lhfluence the course of
events. A few months later liis courage,   energy,   and   Inborn   genoralishp
bi-oughi him to the supreme command
of Ihe Transvaal forces. For over
two years he sustained against lhe
whole migiii of the British Empire a
stiii; ile  whose hopelessness  he  real
ized far belter than nny of his followers. When the inevitable end came
near it was his influence with his people that turned the scale in favor of
a formal surrender, which preserved
the political cohesion and moral self-
respect of the Boers and, incidentally
ensured liis own supremacy as their
political leader. In that capacity the
Grown Colony administration found
him a determined and sometimes captious critic. But throughout he remained unswervingly loyal to bis Interpretation of the agreement concluded at Vereening, and with a
firm hand, guided bis people Into the
iiulet channel of ordinary party poll-
tics.
In less than five years from the
peace he wns prime minister of tho
Transvaal. At the union conventions
ills was tlie dominating figure, and
his acceptance of any loyni adherence
to the principles of complete union
and equal political tights secured thn
trlumph of those principles. Thai
General Botha wlll be the llrst prime
minister of a United South Africa Is
the almost universal opinion of South
Africans. Mr. Merrlman might conceivably secure an equally strong
support among thc Dutch element.
Dr. Jameson would certainly be the
first favorite of tiie English. But, like
Themlstocles of old, Botha would get
all the second voles In addition lo
tlte solid first vole of his own followers in the Transvaal.
Dr. Jameson's rise has, In some
ways, been even more remarkable.
After the failure of the'Rald it seem.
ed as if lhe career that bad begun
so brilliantly in the administration of
Mashonaland was over. For a time li
looked as lf Dr. Jameson would rest
content with the part of public scapegoat, and his entrance Into the Capo
parliament In 1900 was received with
execration by the Dutch and a shrug
of surprise by the British. Tho new
member said nothing and waited
events. Wit Bin three years events
made him the leader of the Progressive party, and at I heir head he won
a remarkablo electoral victory in 1904,
As prime minister ho showed a
statesmanship and breadth of view in
smoothing over the bitterness of racial feelings and endeavoring to develop Ibe natural resources of the colony, which completely dispelled any
prejudice that may sllll have lingered
agalnsl,   him.     Tho   general     reaction
throughout South Africa, Strengthened by the exceptional severity ,,f the
economic, depression, swept away his
government In 1008, vnit without prejudicing  his  personal  position.    The
THE  CANADIAN  PACIFIC.
Only Rral Transcontinental Railway
on  the  Western   Hemisphere.
While the Pennsylvania system Is
without question the railroad par excellence in the l'nited States, there
Is another enormous systi m of lines
on this continent north of the border
wliich In many respects equals, If lt
does not surpass, the Pennsylvania ln
essential .attributes which go to make
up real success in railroading.
It In the Canadian Pacific railroad;
a system which In extent of territory
covered far purpnssen tbe Pennsylvania, and In length of main track owned
exceeds the latter property by several thousand miles. The Canadian Pacific enjoys the distinction of being
the only real transcontinental line on
the    continent     Its    lines    extend
from the Atlantic to the Pacific in the
very widest part of the continent. Blithe statement that it u a "transcontinental line" does not at nil descrlbo
the comprehensiveness of ih<  nvstsm.
Not only does It cross the continent
at Its widest pi -. but lhe <, n m.ny
owns practically a duplication or
transcontinental .h r.ugh lines, and in
some sections or th > \\e:.* no k-ig
(linn four dlstl.ict routes heading ri|.
rectly toward the Pnii'._ a'e :i M -..y'ly i
a part of the sy��j i; whi' ������ sMil iih"'r
Importanl mileage is steadily ex-
tending in v rlo 13 din i.-us Into tnH |
North anl i;m n-\tif_i �������� >.�� Oom n
lon, where heretof',.0 H't'e or no ��� ml
way mileage hitr ever nnelrated lue
older lines pt.i-'i -1 ly i>VIII th" I'lUiUd-
Ian  border  from   llaHav   in   tne  /��� I-'
lantlc   to  V.ini Lf >r    ...   the   I'Hr'flc, I
while many -f ,he hrm, >es nnW M|i
arntoly op^- ���   1] lines punch impottrint
points   n  -tie  UntiM  Ptnsn,  suvnf
��� ' 1 di   are     hi ������nn    ,.\'v.?.>'n\tnl\t   Pt
Paul,  Dulllth,  Seattle,   Poi Hand,   Spokane,  etc      Pnffiio   nn I   III (rolt   ��i' ,
also  ro--',eI,  nnd  Imp >rt mt  t'OUnes-
tlons to t.ie r-i'AiL nst ii e 111 J nr��li>n> j
entrance  to  'he  At inti- icahoatd  at1
Portlftnd, Ale,, Pn^di'   \ia����   -ic The
entire B.RCna COtKlolied m- ';des t^ei
15.000  mil-s of mil'i   ''���<], o*   wh'm
nearly 10 IO0 'ill'.V  vo rii e-'�� n . n 1
WOOD   WORK. AND J
REPAIRING  OF  ALL J
KINDS
- Done At-
I Benson &
At   Dick   Benson's
Old   Stand
Livery, t
8th St., Next to Fashion ^
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ed nnd ope
olflo rail , .-���
1 ed by M'o ( an,ell in
-���?] -i.idv ��� Mngaiine
la-
approach of union leaves him lhe
leader t>r ihe Progressive parly
throughout South Africa, without a
single rival,
General Botha and Dr, Jameson are
now the two leading representatives
Of the new school of South African
political   thought.
Ready
Money
A   GOOD     FRIEND
If
safety in The
lt whi be safe while
ALWAYS
for
vou deposit your money
Bank of Toronto
while you leaj'
lt, and ready when yen ��",J  '
and lt will bo
AUTheTime
earning for you three i"'
Interest. Small or large
may be deposited at any
ln
80   BRANCHES
Ontario,   Quebec   sn<
West.
cent
sums
time
l lie
CAPITAL
REST   ...
.$4,000,000
4,750,000
BankofToronto
NEW   WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
J. Gracey,
B. WEDNESDAY,   JUNE   1,   1910.
NEWS!
"McKenzie coming with much
money" What does this
mean to SURREY?
Sales show that far-seeing ones
know
A Good Money Maker
10 Acres fronting on Scott Road, close to cur line
Ineanda half acres cleared, good chicken runs,
we room house, small fruits.   $2000, good terms
THE DAILY NEWS.
BOY CADETS FORMED TO    !
OPPOSE THE BOY SCOUTS
MILWAUKEE UNDER
SOCIALISTIC RULES
WAi'lR NOTICt
PAGE THREE.
NOTICE    TO    CONTRACTORS.
National   Peace  Scouts  Will   Have  No
Sympathy With Movement in Direction of Conscription.
London, May 31.���For some time
past a movement lias gone on quietly, hut none the less successfully, for
counteracting the mllltury side of the
Short   ^^^^^^
Abolished - Free   Public
Dances Established.
Ilwaukee, Mav 3..���The Socialists
Hoy Scouts movement. A body, known have failed to give the washerwoman
of   Milwaukee   free   city   water.    The
[The Craig Realty Co
as tiie National Peace Scouts, is al
ready in existence, with between 60,-
 i and 100,000 members, who constitute a hoys' order of chivalry, tree
from all militarist character, and con-
cerned only in the promotion of the
menial, moral and ph; sical well-being  of  boys.
Amongsi the promoters of the move
ment is Sir Francis Vane, who saw
service, as a volunteer in the Boer
war, and in 188C raised the first corps
oi Working Boy Cadets, li will be
understood, therefore, thai Sir Fran
cis' objection to militarism is In the
case of Hoy Scouts, only where there
has heen a departure from the orlg
inal aim of the movement as a training in civil discipline.
"The idea ls," say:; Sir Francis,
"that the National Peace Scouts shall
have no reference whatever to our
warlike  preparations', and  thev    will
Notice Is hereby t. ^ en that an appli-     Tenders   will   he   received   by   the
atlon will te ni'.ioe under Part V. of  undersigned   for   the   construction  of
Water Act, l-j.-'.t," to obtain a ll-jthe   first   section   of   the   Canadian
w���-nse in the South Westminster Dlvl-1Northern   Pacific  Railway  from   New
sion of  New Westminster  District.       j Westminster   easterly   for   a   distance
(a)    The name, address and occupa-  of   sixty   miles.     Tenders   to  Include
.tion of the applicant:   J. E.  Murphy, the grading, bridging, masonry, track
Hour      Civic     SnaOS I occupation, dairying and farming. laying, ballasting and erection of tele-
*    J     (b)    The name of the lake, stream  graph line.
or source Iif unnamed, the descrip-' Plans, profiles and specifications
tion is): Spring on Lot 11, Block 2,'may be seen and Tender Forms pro-
Subdivision of Lot 30. |cured at  the office of T.  II.  White,
(c) The point of diversion: At the Chief   Engineer,   Room  15,   135  Hast-
spring. lngs Street West, Vancouver.
(d) The quantity of water applied ;    Total work to be completed by .Tun<
for   (in  cubic  feet per second):   One-  1,   1911,  and   tenders  to   be  receiver.,
eighth  cubic  foot. j at our ofiice. Toronto, not later than
(e) The character of the proposed  June 15, 1910.
works;   Tank   at   spring,   pipe   from        MACKENZIE, MANN & CO., LTDt
tank  to dwellings. _
(g)    Tlie   purposes   for   which   the;'
be     used:     Dwellings,' LAND ACT.
lunch  talked-of   free   water   plank  in
Mayor Seidel's platform has not been   ^^^^^^^
made good curiously enough becauce: water   is   to
has been declared unsoclallstlc.
The Socialist city attorney holds
that it would be rank class legislation
tu grant free city water to washerwomen. But, though this plank Of
the platform that the press of the
country accorded the most comment,
aas not been realized by legislation
dairying and stock.
(k) This notice was posted on the
SOth day of April, 1910, and application will be made to the commissioner
on the 31st day of May, 1010.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District of New Westmins.er.
Take  notice    that    Simon     Henry
Clowes of   Vancouver,   B.   C,  occupa-
,i,    five the name; and addresses  tion, building Inspector, intendsito ap-
ll)    Cue   he nam��� turn permission to purchase the fol-
of any riparian  TOj������� or l cens descrlbed lands:
���������<   ;^s   wh��   .L^tL noosed works I    Commencing  at a  post  planted  at.
other  and   more    important    planks  to he affected by the proposea wo *B,���       g b. point of a small Island lying
-.,-  .one   Into  effect.    In  tbe  first  either above or below    ine���    < <.   '   ln channei between Granite island anfl
month of the Socialist regime in Mil-! None ���'��� ���**������ m "���'
��� e ' he follow ing reforms bave
hi en effected:
The trolley service has been made
m re efficient.
A municipal plumbing shop has
been established.
The legal department has arranged
Roor
Thomson   Block.
New Westmister,
Phone   629
B. C.
_-wm                i   ...n ���r to give tree legal advice to the poor,
not   act   as  a  link  In   our   scheme   of      ���._...,    .._    ,_   ,... ,������
We have no sympathy with
B.C. Mills
Timber  and  Trading
Co.
MEBR
.JRNED
Manufacturers and Dealers ln  All Kinds of
LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH.   DOORS.   INTERIOR   FINISH.
WORK,  FISH   BOXES.
^^^^    LARGE
FANCY GLASS.
STOCK     PLAIN     AND
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
lephone   12 New Westminster
Box  13/
defence.         	
thai side of the Boy Scout movement
which oi erati a In the direction of
conscription. We don't train up a boy
to believe thai war is Inevitable or
that war is a normal condition between nations. We teach a boy to
look upon all nations as people working oul their own salvation, as brother nations, nol necessarily antagonistic. We try to give a hoy not only
a national bul an international idea.
"Our idea is to save this Boy Scout
Short-hour "snaps" in city Bervice
! ave   heen   abolished.
The following reforms have been
1 'aimed:
Free public dances in public School
building .
A free  municipal   ice  plant.
The substitution of one expert engineer for the four men constituting
the present board of public works.
The appointing of a health expert.
Mayor Seidel and his Socialist t'el-
ow workers propose a bureau of re-
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
New Westminster. INelson island; thence northerly, west-
i erly, southerly and easterly, along the
 ���   shore to the place of commencement:;
containing 10 acres more or less.
SIMON HENRY CLOUTS.
Applicant.
Per JOHN  F.  BAGGS,
April 20, 1010. Agent-
movement from militarism. An en
deavor was made to attach Boy Scouts
to tlie army manoeuvres recently, and
an attempt has also been made ia
some quarters to make them a unit of
the Territorial  army."
The National Peace Scouts council
represents twelve influential societies
for tlie education of tlie young, and
the members of it have drawn up a
scheme by which scouting Is treated
scientifically as an educational
��� dium.
search   to   further   these   plans.     An
ordinance has heen drafted author
izing the expenditure of $5000 In establishing a cost system, with a view
to putting the city on a strictly business basis iii the matter of expenditures. Victor Berger, tbe Socialist | -
li ader, estimates tbat such a system
The
Ac
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw,   14,900  tono.
S.S. MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw.    14,900   tons,
largest   and    most    modern,
commodation   equal   to  any  cross
ing the  Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
LAND ACTS.
New Westmister  Land  District.
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLeo-
nan, of Vancouver, British Columbia*
occupation  contractor,  intends to apply  for  permission   to  purchase  the*
following described lands:
��� Commencing  at  a  post  planted  at.
the southeast point of the island situ-
'ate about four  (4)  chains from Timber limit No. 38733, tlience northerly
|and westerly and southerly and east-
erly   around   the   shore   at  low   tidt?
, to place of commencement, containing
Tour  acres,   more  or  less.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.
i J. F. BAGGS, Agent.
March IT, 1910.
Eastertrook Milling  Company.
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !
ELDOR HAS VANISHED.
Minneapolis.
May
-"Eldor
would save the city half a million dollars a year.
In the plans for opening tlie school
me_ buildings for free dances, the authorities are adopting a feature of tlie
"social center" idea, the advocates of
which hold that the school buildings
is the logical center of the community,
(I,p   aad that it should always be available
the  public  for  meetings.
FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7  per  bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL..$6.75  per  Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per  Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
Third."   proclaiming  himse f  a   scion '" tlle  Pu,)!l1-'  tor meeting!
of Pto!emles and an Egypt'.on mystic dances, etc. Mayor Seidel believes that
celebrated in bis own land, now mak- '������" "��"' Public dance, carefully super-
'ing his fivst  tour of America, and all vised- ls <he best weapon to use    in
.that, is in  Canada,  somewhere,  with fighting the saloon dance hall, with Its
I  two valuable mummi B an.l boxes of ''ul associations.    Chaperons will be
I plunder     ��� lifted in a most approved furnished,  and  men  will  he on duty
ViCTOR   A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room   6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone  6S1
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
,nd    unobtrusive   manner
r appi m tu   -
from    the ,0 'ief,P watch over the boys.
McQuarrie & Co.
Fi.ort:
AXD FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT   STREET.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
I beginnings of an extensive laboral ->ry,
I-which prospective embalming ftudentB
at the University of Minnesota have
I i  assembling  for  the    past     two
��� i irs.
"Eldor." of most  lofty and delicate
i hauteur, posed before the students as
I a  wise  man  of the Orient  fust  about
! five days  ago.   nnd   promised,   in   re-
f���*aa***a*aaaaaaa>aaa*a*******+****>*��************
Weekday Schedule
The  board  of  public   works  is  now
made   up   of   a   trained   engini er   and
three commisslone a drawing pay that
;regates  $11,500 per anrfsm.    This
i hoard   is   to   lie   abolished,   and   one
'man. a trained engineer, is to be put
in its place.   This job is to pay $6,000.
The  city  plumbing  shop does  work
on   water   fixtures  at   cost.    Hereto-
prl-
and
6:20. 6:50,
il: ."in.
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at
00 and  every   half  hour ther,after until  11  p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at  5:50
. every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. tn.
Return   Fare:   Adulls.  r.fic;   children   under  12|  35c,
Sunday   Schedul���Cars  leave   Westminster   for   Vancouvei
m.  and   every   half  hour  thereafter  until   11   p.  m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at  s a.  n
��� i > half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Sunday  Excursion Kates:  Return fare. 50c; children,
I': eight   Schedule���Freight  cars leave Westminster foi
i l'ii a. in., 11; 2-t\ a. in. and 3:20  p.   m
. i r for Westminster at 9:20, l
a   8:oO
at    S
O
*
a
11
ponse to enthusiastic requests, that fore t!lis work has been done!
ie would deliver a lecture on the past vate  plumbing    establishments,
ccomplishments   of   embalming,   re- Prices have been exorbitant.
nknown mysteries. In Cleaner  cars,  franchises  for three
appreciation of which new  cross-town hues, and an  ordln-
mltted him the liber- ance   requiring   the   city   system     to
many oT the valuable run cars ov0'' ,,u' tracks of an inn r-
veallng manj
anticipation a
the students
ty of arrangin
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625  Columbia  Street
New   Westminster,   E.   C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. C.
And   at   336   Hastings   St.,   W.
Vancouver, B. C.     Phone 3550
Re Lots number 14 and 15, Block
4, New Westminster suburbs.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of Title Number 6692 A. IsBUed
in the name of Eustace Alvauley Jenns
has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month froir*
the date of the first publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, issue a duplicate of tlie said certificate, unless in
the meantime valid objection be made
to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles,
Land  Registry OtTico, New Westminster, B.C.. May 12. 1910,
NOTICE.
9   a.   m.   and
��� bafmlng    Abou* all this "El
X  ed signs of much learning.
v      >�����--  .,,���j   ..,....,i���  ���.���,.
Vancouver
Freight   cars   leave   Van-
20.
2ii and
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
to 11  p. ni
11   p.  m.
City Limits Llne-20 minute service from 6:l&a.m.
nday   Si.-wee-Half   hourly he. ween 8:30 a. m, and 11 p. ....
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
������**��
��������������������������������������� ��� ��������������������������������� a**.*************^****
INGLAND  PLANS TO   REAR
UP STURDY   LITTLE   ONES
London,   May    3 .--To    stem    tho
io rth of physical deleriora-
'   .    nd   l caused  by  the rush
 ii   ,,i mid   unhealthy   city
R bill haa been framed for presen-
_:'"'! to Parliament wltb the object
��� establishing  a  system  of  compul-
Physl al   training   for    children.
till   seeks   to   obtain   "universal
specimens the had heen gathering urban linp ncross tlie Menominee val-
for the tin -  when the Board of  He-  ley���these are the first fruits of the
* I gents would establish a chair of em-  movement for   better    transportation
 Eldor" show,  service.
  There is a question as to the right
a       The  alleged   mystic   was   gradually ' ��f  the   mayor   to   put   into  effect   his (
��� 'allowed  more  anil  more  liberty,  and   plan  of appointing an  outside expert1
X  moved  boxes    about    on    university   as  health    commissioner.    In    some
| drays with tho most unquestioned quarters it Is held that to-do so would
freedom, and the students, the re- be to violate the city charter. Mayor
sponsiblllty taken off their hands, lost Seidel says he'll sidestep the charter
all track of what  was going on until ,ir ll0 can.
this morning. Tlu>  flrst  i��-- tliat  t,1P npw  health
A  member, having missed "Eldor"   commissioner will have to race is the
for some time, called at  the    room  cleaning up of the slums of Milwau-
where the laboratory was intended to  *eo'
be, and found  a  drayman busily  pulling   out   packed   boxes   to   load   on  u'q   ^   R   VICE-PRESIDENT
��� | dray.    Eldor  was   gone,   so  were  the,   '     "     "   STARTS  FOR THE  COAST
��� i two mummies and another box, whose 	
contents have not yet been determln-|    Toronto     Mav  3   r>     D
o1. The drayman sail he shipped
those last night, and that a man answering "Elder's" description met him
Cloverdale   | ******
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 anv  member of the crew.
A. N. TORNQVIST, Master.
[vprl
neans
.'it,nous physical training for
uth of both sexes, in order to
i far as possible by such
the danger of physical (legem
id.'iir And school authorities are
���n it ile physical training for both
"' ' ' i at least two hours each
*' ��'l'. Hie Inst ruction to be imparted
I poperly qualified persons. The
'���'' ng must be continuous until thc
llilldren reach tho ago of 18,
���i  curious  clause of  the  bill   pro-
P'toes  thai   no  scholar  shall   "In   the
"  of any   physical   training  pro-
t'.lded under this act use or be taught
"se of nny  weapon of any kind
ever."
EXPEDITIONS   TO   SEEK .���*,....���    	
HORSE WITH FOUR TOES   al ihe depot.   The boxes were all blll-
  j ed to Winnipeg.
New Yo-;, May _ .���Two expedl-j ^s the laboratory contained only
tlons from t:.e American museum of private collections and conti ibutlona
Natural lliiury leave next week for -the university has lost nothing, and
Wyoming and Montana in search of still has what is said to be the larg-
dlnosaurs With three horns on each , est collection of embalming specl-
nose and h ns- R with four iocs to the ' mano nn 'he continent.
foot, The museum scientists hope to
find Bpeclm >ia ot both varieties,
The par'y which 's to search for
fossils of the cetaceous period in
Montana for tlie three homed dinosaurs is In  charge of Prof.  Barnum
KING'S CIVIL  LIST , llc..c   ,.	
REMAINS   UNCHANGED   hp,ul o(n,,e llPrc
     May  3..���D.    D.    Mann.
vice-president of tho Canadian Northern railway, left this city at 10:10
o'clock last night for Vancouver to
personally superintend tlie preliminary arrangements for the commencement of construction of the Canadian
Northern railway line in British Columbia.
As previously announced. Mr. Mann
sent   out  a  call   for  tenders  for  the
building of the first sixty miles of the
I Pacific   coast  line   on     Filday     last.
These   tenders   will   be  let  from  the
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.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  New  Sternwhee'er
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
S. S.  PAYSTREAK j
I Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf. New Westminster, wltb
passengers and freight  as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. in.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, Fri-
day and Sunday at 7 a. ni.
iFirst Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd-
New  Westminster.
NOTICE!
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
London
civil   list-
May    3 .���King    George's
the  sum   voted  by   parlla-
osaurs is in cmn_e��� ...  ������ :;.""fnlVP' mpnt for the upkeep of    the    toyal
JESTS 5?X SSdSS wiif*!hTsefid ��a td&��.^^:
to Wyoming lur researches it. the
evolution if the horw T^o or three
Su specimens of the eocene age are
needed "' ('l,"1'"HC ,lu> TV&I
K Bhowbs the d^ opment of Ae
Siby'^se'^ls one of the
treasures of tie miilnUo*.
In
V
William Mackenzie, president of
the company, is n passenger on the
Royal Qeorge, one of the new Ca-
ndian   boats,  and   Is  exnec'ed   to   ar-
'"'''"""V"  ""        .     ,. ..       rive in Toronto on Friday of this week.
Will probably come under the scrutiny (     M|,   Man_ B.(.(1 ]M a*m [{
of   a   select   committee  of   the   com-   Ukely Ulal M,.   Macken/le woul(, vlslt
mons for revision     1 his WAS the case   ,���0   poast   ������,���  ,,ls   own        t
on the accession of Edward ML, when   ],,as(-
a  considerable  increase   was   reeotn- j    *	
mended over tho sum allowed Queen
Victoria, whose rather humdrum court
would not allow a large expenditure.
On the other hand, graft and sinecures In the royal household, which
have   been   pruned   drastically   under
W. RICH
Teaming and  Expressing.
DEALER  IN
FRANZ  JOSEPH   TO  SEE
NEW   AERIAL  WARSHIP
WOOD
730  FOURTH   ST. PHONE   R5Z7
Until further notice this
bank will be open
SATURDAY EVENINGS
from seven to nine o'clock.
Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminsters
F. Shute, Mgr.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
RUSSIAN   JEWS   HARRIED.
iH.ii,
".W3  Departed   From   Health   Resorts In Caucasus.
I1- Petersburg, May l"..--M. Fried-
"mii, the Jewish member of the Duma
*'no ha_ championed the Jews, whom
Mie . overnmenl has ordered to be ban-
slll(l I'i "in Russian cities and towns
outside the Pale, thai restricted see-
"ii of the Polish provinces nnd the
" """  where  they   may legally  re
slile,
mi ml
1
received  today  complaints  that
",|K of his race arriving at the
"Pttith resorts in the Caucasus to take
16 baths nnd receive medical  treat
wanVewoc^mBa.l service
Ottawa, May ^^'^^Z
called for the new ocean mall servwe
between  Canada and  AustnUJ
New   Zealand,   or   11,nm ;  ���'.    exid es
u.nlli,   Ae present ff^Jg*&
this year ����<l   J November 1.
are lo be received up "' .**
Sailings are to beJWJ���  <ggj
from   Vancouver  and   \ u l"'.,,...���,,
hUu.   Suva.   Auckland   and Brisbane
Several    allernallve   routes   art    P"
proposed.
Guernesey.  May  .��.JJ*,,Vow,{w[
Gardiner & Gardiner
tF. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6.  Westminster  Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence  Phone 133
Antarctic exploring
 ' ��'!'���   receive   iiieuicio   nnm-    ni����'>'"    ���-i ���
were  luiinodlifMy  expelled  by J Pas" anchored In Bl
Peter Port bar
���   " Klllll^lUlk
"" l��cal authorities.
rilM       till, ie-'' om      ..
bor today and reported all wen.
^  Rerltn.      May    8v ���The     Emperor
have   been   pruned   (irasucm.y   uUU��, , Francis Joseph last year expressed a
King   Edward,   were   answerable   for ( wish to see tlie world's Infest wondor,
much waste of good money under the   an aerial war cruiser, befo'e lie died.
old Queen, |    On June d next, a Zeppelin airship,
The civil list of the late King was   personally commanded hy Count Zep-
$2,860,000 annually, but   of   this only I pelin. will proceed to Vienna to man-
jnr.O (100   went   Into   the  privy   purse. I oeuver   before    tils   Majesty,  and   to
Over the balance. King Edward had hind In bis presence ln tlie Simmer-
no   control   whatever.     Rut   the   late   lnper park.
King traveled a great deal, and kept) Count Zeppelin afterwards wlll ��teer
up a degree of pomp nnd state which the airship over nnd around Vienna
Queen Victoria  wns a stran..cr to ln i Itself, where a public holiday wTll he
the latter years or her reign. proclaimed tn honor of his arrival.
King   George,   it   ls  expected,   will I     Tho expenses of the expedition will
follow in bis father's footsteps in this  be defrayed by the German Emperor,
I respect, and there Is not the lenst nnd the expedition is undertaken to
likelihood of any curtailment oflils Impress Austria with Germany's corn-
civil list.. Only the Socialist members   mnnd of the air, nnd to stimulate tna
I of parliament are likely to make such   desire of Austria, to possess her own I 	
a  suggestion���and  they  woulTT do  lt   aerial fleet, the order for which proba-   All   Jobbing   Promptly   Attended
merely ns part of their regular prin-   bly will be placed with German aerial | 	
clplcs and policy. manufacturers.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214  Sixth   Avenue
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Phone 730
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THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY
The Dasly News
_��db��sii��l by The Dally -News PubUsn-
Ick Company, Limited, at their offices.
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
A. Paige Managing  Director
3EAEV*
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Arm
EXCLUSIVE SALE
Trapp Block.
Columbia   St.
Phones:  Office, 653;   House, 158. P. 0.
WOULD SUPPRESS
OBSCENE PAPERS
tion   to   Government
France on Subject.
of
We should  like to see the  proverbial   injunction   to   strike   while   the
iron is hot applied In a particular way
-io  that   part   of   the  Columbia street
improvement extension which includes
.ihe   southern   or   river   side    of    thej
street.   Again we urge that along this i
very fine stretch of bluff or embank-,
jncnt   a    very    beautiful   promenade
��ould be constructed at quite a small
.cost, and  that whilst this would add
very  materially  to the beauty of our
���city it would also provide a place of.
public resort with all the ch arms of Conference Submits PrOPOSi-
ihe   parades   and   promenades  m   ta-,
Dwiis   spas   and   seaside   resorts   the
world over.
A moment's consideration will convince almost any citizen how tlie lay-1
ing out of this embankment, which j
extends from Albert Crescent to the ���,
Asylum, in tlie way of a promenade, j
with terraced gardens and a band
stand, would enhance the beauty and
dignity of our city, and endow it with
an element of attraction to visitors
approaching it by rail or car lines
that it does not now possess. From
.'he other point of view, that of a
public resort, here, ou this height.
commanding such magnificent prospect of river and scenery, might be
She most enjoyable and delightful
pleasaunce, promenade, or parade,
which would be as a perpetual joy
to the people of N'ew Westminster.
Here folks could take a modest consti-
tutional and a chat with friends after church on Sunday, a pleasant
social observance which now obtains
in all the chief cities of Great Britain
and Europe. Finally, such a resort
would form a strong counter attraction to English Bay and Stanley Park,
and residents of the Royal City would
no longer feel tempted to travel
thither when they could obtain the
.same pleasure at their own doors.
As we have said before, we feel
sure that it only requires this scheme
to be put in the proper way before
the Minister of Works to have
it readily carried out. To insure the
best influence for this purpose a public meeting should be called to discuss the question and pass suitable
resolutions. As the matter is of importance for the good of our city and
the opportunity for carrying out the
work is now present, we hope the
necessary steps will be at once taken
��o secure the required public support
for tlie scheme.
4 1-2 Acres in Burnaby, block 11.    Price way below
market value.    Investigate this.
Fire, Life, Accident and Marine
INSURANCE
AGENT FOR THE SUN FIRE  INSURANCE   OF   LONDON,   ENG.
(Established 1710.)
AGENT   FOR   THE   ALLIANCE    INSURANCE  COMPANY  OF
PHILADELPHIA
New Westminster.
Box 952.
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We   are   endeavoring   to   give our employees a little more time     for  recreation.     Kindly
this   by   shopping   early.     We close  at  5  p.  m.  daily except  Satuiday.
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WEST   WTLL   GROW   CORN.
Paris. May 31.���The conference
which recently met In Paris for the
purpose of finding ways and means to
suppress obscene publications has
dialled a convention which will be
submitted to the governments of the
various countries represented.
As, however, some time must elapse
before the  ratification  and  signature
of the convention, tlie conference, In
order that effective machinery    may
be set in motion as soon ns possible,
has decided on the immediate  signa
ture   of   an   administrative     arrangement  to come into force directly    it j
has been ratified.   This is to create in !
eacli   country   an   international   office |
with  authority  to  correspond   direct-;
ly   with   similar   offices  in   the  other
states   for  the purpose  of  procuring
information with regard to pornogra
pliers and  their methods, as also to
the means of preventing the circulation   of obscene  writings or    objects j
and  securing  or  hastening  procedure j
so far as is compatible with  the in-!
ternal legislation of each contracting
country.     These  national  offices   will
also communicate to one another extracts from tlie judicial records of in- ,
ternational pornagrapliers.
The signing of this arrangement |
will take place next week at the ministry of foreign affairs. The adhesion
to this administrative arrangement by
countries not represented at the conference will be invited.
Experiments on Corn for Central Canada  Have Been a Success.
Winnipeg,   May   31.���Dr.   Saunders,'
of the Experimental farms of Canada,
was in the city for a few hours today.
He is on his way to Rosthern, where a
new   farm   has   been   established   and
will   also   visit   Scott,   where   the   first
work on a new farm will be done this I
year.    He has come through to western Canada from Charlottetown, near!
which   city   tlie  government   has  also
I recently    established    a    farm.    Dr.
i Saunders stated that lie expected that
.central Canada would eventually growl
large  quantities  of  corn.    The  farms i
had  been experimenting    for    many
years on corns wliich would mature in
Manitoba and Saskatchewan.'and they
had   now   a   Dent   corn   which   would
ripen   as   a   usual   thing.     The   new \
wheats with which experiments were
! being made were also full of promise. I
Inspect Our Vast
Collection of
Wash Coats
resses
FROM THE  RED  RIVER
TO   THE   FAR
WEST
A   PUBLIC   LOSS.
General regret is felt throughout
the city at the resignation of Mr.
D. J. McQuarrie of liis position aa
local manager of the B. C. Electric
���liailway, which goes Into effect today.
We feel that it may properly be said
that Mr. McQuarrie lias discharged
the duties of the position which he
*ias occupied for some years now with
admirable success. Wlfllst he has
always been an active and able servant of the company, he has, Invariably displayed a readiness and desire to meet the convenience of the
public. Those who have had occasion to seek his influence or his aid
have ever found him courteous and
obliging. Possessed of a useful measure of tact, combined with energy
and excellent business understanding, he has been able to deal with
any difficulties that have cropped up
from time to time in a way that has
been .satisfactory to all concernei.
These qualities should serve him well
in the new sphere of life
to wliich he has now removed, and
liis fellow citizens will wish him every
success In the real estate business,
in which lie will be associated with
his brother, Mr. N. H. McQuarrie.
Gruesome Discovery.
Revelstoke, May 31.���Shortly after
leaving Salmon Arm on Saturday
morning early, Willis Armstrong, engineer en the Ilevelstoke-Vancouver
west bound local, saw what appeared
to be an object lying across tlie track.
On approaching closer it was discovered to be the body of a man. The
train was stopped and a gruesome
sight met tlie eyes of the train crew.
Scattered all over the track were tlie
mangled remains of a man literally
chopped to pieces, legs, arms, and
parts of the body lying round on all
sides. It is evident that the dead
man was lying on the track and a
train previous to the local had gone
over him and cut him up. On reaching Notch Hill the conductor telegraphed to the Salmon Arm coroner
the discovery. What attracted the attention of Engineer Armstrong first
was tlie number of crows on the track
ahead of him, and on reaching the
spot tlie crows were found to be feasting on the backbone of tlie mangled
body.
Toronto,    May    31.���Hon.    William
Pugsley addressing  the Ontario Club!
tonight  said:   "We are considering a
waterway system from the Red river!
to Lake Winnipeg from the mouth of |
the   Saskatchewan   river,  and   tlience
across  the prairies  to  the  foot   hills
of tlie Rockies, loo miles west of Edmonton, which will give a direct system of navigation  for 1,300 miles to
Winnipeg.
This system needs two locks wliich
would make it possible to generate
from fiO.OOO to 80,000 horse power
wliich could be utilized for grinding
grain and manufacturing raw lumber.,
The government Is also con side ring
a system for navigation from Lake
Winnipeg, to the. Hudson Bay. whence
vessels  can go  to  England."
Graceful and Dressy are the charming creations now on view in our Ready-To-Wear section.
Smart separate coats in an elegant array of pretty
shadings���elaborate effects in linen, mull and embroidered dresses���and distinctive styles in Tailored Wash Suits, are here in all the richness and attractiveness of summer apparel.
**$���
"GET  THE   HABIT"
SPECIAL
TODAY and TOMORROW
Pox  of Note  Paper  and   Envelopes,
only  20 cents per  box.    Regular  35c.
The Fair
646 Columbia  Street.
Wc buy for cash and sed for the same.
Stunning  Selection  of   Summer  Dresses
See the pleasing models in   linen dresses.    Chiefly   in  the  Princess   effect,   smartly
trimmed   in  a  variety  of  fetching Styles.    In shades of rose, natural,  pink,  blue, tan and f '::.,:-���
ing from       *6 t0 '12-M
Good   Taste  in   Summer  Coats
Striking  effects  in  long   linen  coats,  exclusive  styles  with  a  noteworthy   dlstinctlveni
much-wanted   shades,   including   natural,   brown,   blue.   pink,   tan   and white;  insertion an
mlngs  in   self-color  and   blaf k.    From        $6.50 to S;X
Select  Your  Summer  Suit  Here
You   will   not   be  disappointed if you do���you will gel something thai  is really up I
way that appeals to all lovers of pei feet fitting garments;  '.  length coats] braided In
eral styles  with black braiding and  buttons, and  skirts  in  braided, plain and  knitted i
include grey,  pink, tun  mauve, blue, natural linen and white.   From     %:> "���'��� VM
Cream  Dress  Fabrics
i,..
We  have   the  best  selection of Dress Goods in  the city.    A  visit   here  will  convince
ection of summer materials in all wool Berges, Panamas, worsteds, mohali
Watch for <>ur showing of Cream Fabrics      From   35cto|U5
A splendid co
Btripes  in  various  weights
Ten  pieces White
White   Lawn
Victoria  Lawn.
10c per yard
inches wide,  flne quality.    Special, per yard
New Striped  Dimities  20c   per   yard
A dainty fabric for wash dresses;   white  ground   with   neat   st ripe in
An   excellent   laundering   fabric;  good  weight;  117 Inches wide.  Per   yard
a choice v.ii ie
DON'T   FORGET,   WE    CLOSE   AT     5   P.   M.
?*���*n
BANDS OF WILD HORSES
TO BE ROUNDED UP
We observe that a writer in The
Vancouver Sporting Mail, who essays
to enlighten and instruct the public
��pon matters of sport, lias adopted the
pen name of "Athlecus." It would
tie (iuite interesting to know how and
whence he derives this cognomen. It
is certainly not from any known
tongue with which we are familiar.
There is some slight suggestion of
���a Latin derivative, but this of course
cannot be, because the Latin substantive is "Athleta" and the Greek (Ang.)
""Atheletes," meaning a fighter, a
champion, and from this we get our
word athlete. The adjectival form in
the Latin is "Athleticus" and the
Greek (Ang.) "Athletikos." Thus the
i Athlecus of our sporting friend is
evidently a bastard that has no business to appear within the pages of
.any Journal that considers ltse'.f re-
������*������ table.
Medicine Hat, May 31.���The Mes-
singale outfit have the contract with
the Department of Agriculture for
the gathering In of all the wild horses
in the Red Deer country around
Sounding lake. All the horses that
are captured will be examined for disease and any sound ones will probably
be sold. The round-up will last about
two months.
Several attempts In the past have
been made by private parties to run
down some of these horses, but usually without any success. The opinion of stockmen Is that more horse
flesh is killed running them down
than any horses that can be capture!
are .worth. The bands are composed
of horses and the descendants of
horses that bave strayed south and
east from Edmonton and the older
settled districts along the C. & E.
railroad from Edmonton to Calgary,
and have run so long without being
rounded up that they arc. now practically wild. There are said to be between two and three hundred of these
horses running In the country to be
covererd by the round-up. Many ��f
these horses are descended from
those taken to go to the Yukon by the
Edmonton route in the rush of 18%.
JIM-CROW  CARS.
Supreme   Court  Dismisses   Appeal  on
Racial   Regulations.
Washington, D. C. May 111.���An at-
temp to have the supreme court, of
the United States pass on the authority of common carriers engaged in
inter-state commerece to make ".Tlm-
crow" regulations, met with failure
today, when the court dismissed the
so-called Chiles appeal from its
docket.
The  court   upheld the  authority  of
the Inter-state commerce commission
In   issuing  the  order  directing  a  re- i
rluction  of  the through freight  rates
from  Chicago and  from  St. Louis lol
Denver,   and   sustained   the   validity I
of that order. I
Just a Few Left ol
West End View
Lots
In Lot 10, Sub. Block 12, between 8th and
10th Avenues, to the east of 18th Street.
Price $350, one quarter cash, balance 6, 12
and 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 Rid��e
120 acres of good land, close to Mission City
Price is $35 per acre. $1000 cash handles
this.   Balance on very easy terms.
The British Canadian Securities
Company, Limited
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:     The Dominion Trust
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Eight-room modern house on lot
132 feet s(|iiuro on Third street, between Queens and Third avenues; all
conveniences; price $5500; |1200
cash,  balance  to  suit   purchaser.
Eight-room modern house on cornet-
lot 70x126, corner Fifth street and
Third avenue; Quantities of fruit;
price $5250; one-half cash, balance to
arrange.
Vancouver financial Corporation, Ltd.
Room    4,
Merchants    Bank
Phone   591
Building
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VV'e carry in stock an assortment of BLUE
Trices  In  Rings  $40  to  $400.
These  goods  are  the  BEST procurable in Canada, and
ure to show same.
HOWARD   AND LONGINE   WATCHES.
Chamberlin's ��*��*
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j Ryall Foot Powder j
25c per box.   Try It.
I Ryall's Drug Store
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
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SPOR1 UNO IN tWS  i Herc Arc A rew Snaps J *
m EVENT
TAKES PLACE TODAY
td Rosebery's Neil Gow
Favorite for Blue Rib-
Ion of the Turf.
BALMORALS CIRCLE
BASES ELEVEN TIMES
;,,,,    May   81.���Interest   is  een-
n ou the Derby, the classic
,   English turf which  will
��� tomorrow at Epsom Downs.
,lgbi  Lord Rosebery's Neil Gow
���s to be ihe general favorite. Dan-
a ill  have  this  mount
'
League   Leaders  Use  Alerts As  Step-
ping   Stone to  Bigger Percentage
in  Seven   Inning  Game.
The    Balmorals
lien
men  with
shirts hit the ground
successive   defeat   of
nn    proved    too
Strong for the Alerts lasl  night, w
by a score of fl  to :: the
the A on their
tor   their   third
the season. Sayce, who pitched the
flrsl three Innings for the Alerts, had
a fast ball, bul the curve was slight
The Balmorals wised to it in tlie
second inning and his offerings were
jammed to all corners of the lot.
Wrlghl met a hard one and put It
over the fence In uie direction of
the grand stand, coming in on a home
run himself and scoring two base runners.     The   score   at   Ihe   end   of   t'/e
��.��'
and
from the fact tin'* Lord
lias  several  times  captured
ilhbon of the turf the record
:��� and jockey justifies the
,   which  the general   public
In the Itosebery entry.   I Becond was 6 to i for the Balmorals,
ie  Derby was captured'     In  the third the Abuts bucked up
Edward's   Minoru   and  prior ( and   gol   their   first   two   baiters   in.
;   of   the   event   excite-   bul    fell   away   later.     Heavy   hitting
fever heal over the pros-   was a feature of the game all through.
,-ing finish between Min-      Poupore  took   Sayce's  place  after
uerlcan horse, Sir Mar-   the   third  Inning  and  held  the   Balmorals   down   better.    Smith   for   the
Balmorals was In fine shape and during the last four Innings of the game
the Alerts did not score. Freud Lynch
umpired and nave perfect satisfaction.
The    teams:     Balmorals���Catcher,
Munn:   pitcher,   Smith:   list,   W.   E,
Sinclair:     second,     Howard:     third.
Stein;   shortstop.   Wright;   left   field,
I'antield;   center  field.  Daeldal:   right
field,
M ii n ji
dair:
gerald
pot e;
Kenny
Louis   Winans.     This
,.  i     the American entries
.   ���  ill chance for victory.
Merry Task, by Oc-
. i low in the list, while
the other Amei lean entries
Pn withdi iwn.
ilce in the hetiin.   is
��� as'  I   niher,   half-brother   to
Kit   atter being highly lair  tl e   big   stakes  last   year,
howed   .ood   form   as   a
and  Is said   to  have  de-
the   satisfaction     of     his
Another   entry    certain    to
'Mender  Is  Admiral   Sauke.
��� coll by Oallenul owned by
���' ice Loder.
by stakes are of 6.600 B0V-
1 me distance Is about one
' miles.
.lohnston. Alerts���Catcher, .la-
pitcher,  Smith;   lirst.  \v.   !���:.
second, (Bass; shortstop, Fit.-
;  third. Vulll;  right field, Pou-
center  Held,  Brown, left   Held,
I0SSE PROSPECTS
DISCUSSED LAST NIGHT
Iday's    Match    at    Queen's    Park
|l   Be  Advertised   by   Band   and
Banners   in   Vancouver.
GOTCH AND ZYBYSZKO
TO MEET ON MAT TONIGHT
Chicago,  May  81.���Frank Gotch,  of
j Iowa,   will   defend   ihe   world's   wres-
I tling championship against Stanislaus
| Zybys/.ko, of "o'and. in a finish catch-
as-catch-can match at the Coliseum tomorrow   night     The   promoters   say
the match is for a purse of $25,000.
It   will   be   Gotch's   first   appearance
since he defeated Mahmout more than
a  year ago.    On   sheer  strength  the
Polish  champion   would  be  an  easy
winner,   but   Gotch's   cleverness   and
speed  are expected to offset  this advantage.
lacrosse executive held a moet-
��� night, but the discussion was
on routine matters. It Is im-
9 that there will be any change
Ineup  for the game  on  Satur-
is expected that   Bill  Turn-
I   be  aide  to  play   again,  and
��� case one of the others will
uo off, but the ciuh is not
over that at present.
������ Rennle is mil in the hest
, but will probably he all
Sal urday.
''���war.   Of   Victoria,   will   toot
tie     when    anything     goes
nd W.  E. Ditchburn will be
couple of week's rest to re-
'"in a bad attack of popularity.
��� ��� meeting last night the (|ues-
ndmlttance prices was raised
��� as decided to keep them the
- 'hey were for the last game:
at   the   gate,   L'f)   cents   for
��� hers and 50 cents for the
ind.   Ail rigs and automobiles
charged   50   cents   and   the
ts   will  be charged  the regu-
BIG   PURSE   OFFERED.
Freddy Welsh Refuses Offer to Fight
Packy McFarland for $10,000.
Chicago. May :u.���John Mcl\land,
brother of Packy McFarland, the pugilist, received a cablegram from the
latter from London today stating that
the Wonderland clu, of London, had
offered a purse of $10,n(Hi, winner to
take all, for another match between
McFarland and Freddy Welsh. The
cablegram added that Welsh declined
the offer.
Prize  Money for Fliers.
I Chicago, May 111.���The $2,000 offered by Charles K. Hamilton towards
a $26,000 prize for an aeroplane flight
from New York to Chicago was In-
cia ased today by J. C. Schaeffer, publisher of the  Chicago  Evening  PoBt,
' who  announced  that   lie  would  give
$1,000.
manager thinks he has settled
��� -,'ofT-the-fleld Question by build-
pen nn  the  south  sltle  of tlie
���" in the bleachers.    A cou-
benches will be placed ?�� this
he overflow of fielders will be
d  there,    A  seat  may  also  be
'-      on  top of the press stand.
f ��� nls   have   been   made to
rl ie   game   In   Vancouver.
circus on that day. but It
ht 'hat It will not seriously
'he  attendance   at   the   game
iand  win., rt  couple  of  banners
;i!" the streets in Vancouver
n��Ufy  Hi. world   ut   large  that
is a gar on In New Westmln-
BASEBALL
American   League.
At Boston���First Game.     R.
Philadelphia   0
Boston      1
Second game��� it.
Philadelphia      4
Boston     2
Game called in sixth inning.
At    Chicago ��� Cleveland-Chicago;
rainy   and  cold.
At  New  York��� R.
Washington       1
New York      5
At  St. Louis��� list. Louis    1
Detroit     'A
H.
4
H.
i
6
11.
4
S
H.
ti
0
lv
or
I*  will
a  hundred  grand s'and
placed on sale ln Van-
as to the result  of the
foment       Saturday ls rife, but the
'he foolish is contradictory
'��� ones are  dumb.      Tho
:'���< mselves are confident that
lake   care   of   themselves.
1 '  '������ hard practice last  night
d up better than tbey have
'���""���    Practically all the men
out.    Gtoorge   Uennle   watched
with his street, clothes on,
I1
'���; considered that he had bet-
6 his shoulder a chance to re-
Gaorge's  shoulder   wen!   to
."" the same rock that caused
M''��'   to Tom.    This is Toots
"    w'io seems  to  have devel-
s>elght of hand ln his shoulder.
Fi,.
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RS BEAT  HUSTLERS
'���- JUNIOR LACROSSE GAME
rigers administered a defeat
Hustlers yesterday afternoon
'"'.x Park, heating the boys with
"ii>Hious name by four goals to
.'/" Turnbull refereed, but. did
u' lo check much rough play.
' "ns Hied up as follows;
8 Smith, Jackson, Martin,
'���;'1|(1' McNee, McWherrv, El-
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$2,200 for 10 acres, house and   bam;   about
under cultivation.
Also 5-acre block in Section lfi, Block 5, North Range - West at
$1,100 per acre. Terms V:t cash; balance In 6, 12 and is months
at  ,  per cent.
See us for Columbia and Front street properties. We hav some
good ones.
acres cleared  and
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Limited.
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Visit these coming summer resorts
on Dominion Day, July 1. Trains
8:50 and 11 a. ni.; returning, arrive
at New Westminster at 4:20J (1:25 and
9:30 p. m.
A delightful day at tlie SEASIDE.
Lots for sale at prices ranging from
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FIRST PARLIAMENT Of
SOUTH AFRICA NAMED
General Botha is Prirre Minister ��� Preparations For
Day of Thanksgiving.
ISLAND  IN   SKY.
Contractors and
House Builders
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We have a full   line   of   the   Best
Builders  Hardware in tne City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.    Also Complete   Stock   oi   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd,
dart
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Games Today.
Tacoma   vs.  Vancouver,   Recreation
park, 4 p. ni.
Seattle at Spokane.
Cape Town, May 31.���The oflicial
announcement of Premier Botha's cah-
Inet, the flrst of United South Africa,
is as follows:
Prime Minister and Minister of Agriculture���General   L.   Botha.
Minister of Railways and Harbors���
J. \V. Sauer.
Minister of the Interior ��� General
J. C. Smuts.
Minister of Education���F. II. Malan.
Minister of Finance���H. C. Hull.
Minister of Lands and Irrigation���
Mr. Fischer.
Minister of Native Affairs���Mr. Burton.
Minister of Public Works, Posts and
Telegraphs���Mr. Graaff.
Minister of Trade and Commerce���
Mr. Moore.
Minister of Justice���Gen. Hertzog.
Minister with portfolio���Mr< Gub-
bines.
Tlie    flrst    parliament    of    United
South Africa will be opened in state
by 11. R. II- the Duke of Cannaught.
General   Botha's  Message.
General Botha has sent the following message to The Cape Times;
"We rejoice that the Union has become an accomplished fact. May we
be a united people with our hearts
united as well as our lands, a peaceful, progressive portion of the empire."
A Johannesburg dispatch states that
great preparations are being made to
celebrate Union Day all along the
Rand. There will he a united service
of thanksgiving in the Market square,
English and Dutch churches of all denominations participating. Tlie sympathetic attitude of the people throughout the Union augers well for the success of the Botha cabinet, which expects a majority of twenty in the elections, which will be completed in
October.
Members of the Cabinet.
United South Africa was for<��ed
recently by the federation of Cape
Colony, Orange River Colony, Natal
and the Transvaal. Viscount Gladstone is tlie first 'governor-general.
General Louis Botha, the new premier, was the premier of the Transvaal. General Smuts and Mr. Hull
were respectively the colonial secretary and treasurer of tlie Transvaal.
Messrs. Sauer and Malan were respectively commissioner of public
workB and secretary for agriculture
in tlie Cape Colony cabinet. General
Hertzog was attorney-general In the
ministry of the Orange River Colotiv,
The Union parliament, the members
1 of wllich wlll be elected immediately,
I will consist of a senate and a house
of assembly. Cape Town wlll be the
' sent of the legislature and Pretoria
the seat of the executive government.
Mirage of Hanlon's Distinctly Seen at
St. Catherines.
St. Catherines, May 31.���Passengers
on a street car coming from Niagara
Falls last night had the privilege of
witnessing a fine mirage in the sky off
to the southwest, It was a very distinct picture of a large island and part
of another island just beside it could
be seen. Upon the Island could tie
discerned houses and trees very distinctly. Apparently the mirage was
a reflection of Hanlon's island at Toronto.
CRUSHED TO   DEATH.
Revelstoke. May 31.���A sad and
pathetic accident happened shortly
after 5 p.m. yesterday at the close of
the day's work on the new Begbie
school. It appears that the team and
wagon belonging to J. Cashato had
returned from work and the driver
had opened the gate that leads into
the stables of the home of Cashato,
south of the city, to allow of the
horses to enter the yard. The road
through leads close past the door of
Cashato's dwelling house. The horses
came on at a sharp pace and did not
pull up to allow the driver to catch
. up to them. As they came by the
door of the house the little two year
old son of Cashato, who was playing
' on the step ran forward right under
the horses hoofs, and fell beneath
them, the heavy wagon passing over
his body, Mrs. Cashato In a frenzy of
grief caught up the child and a mes-
| sage was sent for Dr. McLean, who
' arrived just as the child breathed his
last.
j    The suddennes3 of the accident has
' caused  a great  shock  to   the  neighborhood   and  much  sympathy  is expressed for the bereaved family.
The Timberland Lumber Company,   Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Fir, Cedar and Spruce Lumber,Rough, Dressed and Kiln Dried, Dimension Timber and Shingles, Cedar Poles and Piling in any quantity.
Ask Us for Prices
Office,  Room 8, Thompson Blk. New  Westminster,  B.  C.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director
P. O. Box 953
Wl
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancnuver
Str. TRANSFER
Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P. M. dally except Saturday, and
on Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at B. C. E. R. ticket office and on board steamer. Electric cars leave Steveston every hour (on the half-hour) for Vancouver.
See the Famous Fraser River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, $1.
ALBERTA PROSPECTOR TO
PACK FURNACE TO MINES
Edmonton, May 31.���An electric furnace that will generate 6,000 degrees
of heat and that will be used for the
purpose of smelting ore at tlie mouth
of the mines, has been manufactured
by the Electric Construction company.
The furnace was ordered by an old
prospector who claims lie lias valuable
holdings somewhere in the mountains.
He intends to pack the furnace (which
weighs little more than 100 lbs.) and
a small generator, to his mine, where
he will generate the necessary electric
juice to heat the furnace from a mountain stream and smelt the ore right
on the ground, bringing back to civilization nothing but the pure bullion.
The furnace is about 18 inches
square and Is insulated with asbestos
lumber and asbestos cement so perfectly that when the interior is heated to the full 0,000 degrees the outside remains practically cold. The
heat is produced by an electric arc,
to which the current passes through
a regulator. A test of tho furnace was
made the other day with a small
amount of silver ore in the crucible.
In fourteen minutes after tho current
was turned on the silver was melted.
The interior of tlie furnace will remain at a red heat, for some hours after the curent is turned off owing to
its complete Insulation. This is the
flrst electric furnace of the kind to be
manufactured ln Canada.
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Do not wait until it is too late before
putting on that policy of Insurance
Place it with the only EXCLUSIVE Insurance
Office in the city, and you will get the best
protection at the lowest rates.   Call Today
and be convinced.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
"The Insurance Man"
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
JUNE
WITCHES STILL RIDE
IN TYROLEAN HAUNTS
Medieval Notions Linger
Among Simple Villagers
of Rural Europe.
BIO FOREST FIRES AT
LESSER SLAVE LAKE
J.   K.   Cornwall,   of   Peace   River,   Reports Great Damage to the Timber
in   That   Region.
WILL SAFEGUARD PUBLIC     BIG-TOP ARTISTS
FROM DANGER OF INFECTION ^ MQDEST [QT
Innsbruck, May :i .���Though all
round the universe may sound tlie
song of hustle and change, there are
out of the way corners of Europe stiii
where rustics assure you ghosts walk
and witcnes ride.
Three miles from here is the beautiful old woi Id. feudal town of Kitz-
liuehl. if ono takes a mule there, one
can pass through a long range of
mountain scenery and breathe air thai
is like champagne till up in thc pines
may be seen lirst a black cross and
then the Schloss Lebenberg gleaming
white agalnsl  the trees.
The cross, thinks the traveler, is
Ij on the scene of some mountain
accident, like those of Switzerland
and Italy. Bul no, the hill o�� which
it stands is Hallows Hill, and the cross
slmws where they burned the last
witch, Ami when the Prince of Lam-
burg lived in Schloss Lebenber.g malefactors used to he executed there under his windows.
Hut though that was long ago, the
peasants believe the witches are still
about and up to tricks. On certain
nights in the year the maids go
through the Schloss with a pan of
burning incense and waft it around
each room in turn to keep the evil
spirits out.
The present owner. Count Lamberg,
lias been obliged to rent this Schloss
and the haunted Knight's Castle in
the town, for liis grandfather made a
mesalliance and dared to marry a wife
with less than requisite sixteen quart-
erings. So he lost his richest lands
and castles and his title of "Furst"
and become just plain "Graf" Lamberg.
They cling to old traditions in thrso
mountain districts. At sunrise and at
sunset the Hussite's bell still rings.
Peasants meeting you on the road
say "God's greeting" and as you leave
a shop they exclaim "I kiss your
band." At Christmas one sees C. M. B.
chalked on the doors of houses and
barns. These are the initials of the
three wise men���Caspar, Melchior and
Balthasar���and they are written to
keep away spirits. At the midnight
mass in tho church everyone carries
a lighted candle and sticks it on the
back of the chair in front of them.
Except on the altar there is no other
light.
The Knight's Castle in Kitzbuehl
dates hack to the twelfth century nnd
everybody knows it is haunted.
In the round pepperpof. tower beside !
the archway the captured knights or
spies were tortured.    Tlie tower had
no floors, hut its walls bristled with
swords,  spikes  and sp< ars  its  entire
Edmonton, May Sl.���That, immense
forest tires have been raging for the
last few weeks around Lesser Slave
lake and doing great damage to the
timber in that country, is the information brought to tin1 city by J. K, Cornwall. M.P.P., for Peace River, who returned to Edmonton yesterday from
the north.
1 "There has been $500,000 worth of
timber destroyed in the past six
weeks." said Mr. Cornwall, "and unless steps are taken  to get   th
Diseased  Persons Should Only Travel
Subject to Restrictions, Declares
Dr. Heg, of Washington.
Ures
under  control   tlie  loss  will   be  much !
greater."
"The forestry conditions must bo
looked Into" he continued, "or thc
timber districts in that region will be
wipi  1 oul before long."
Mr. Cornwall's trip to Lesser Slave
lake  has  been  largely for  the  purpose
of getUng his steamers, the Northland
Sun the Northland Light and tlie
Northland Call plying on the Athabasca, Lesser Slave river and Lesser
Slave lake. O. e of these, the Northland Light had sunk at Nine Milo
Point on the east side of tlie lake last
spring, but she lias been raised and
is now in effective service.
Mr. Cornwall will remain in the
city only while the legislature is in
session. Ue will leave immediately
afterwards and return to the north to
look after his steamboat, interests on
the  northern  waterways.
Seattle, May 31.���The protection of
| the travelling public rrom disease by
i safe-guarding   trains   from     infection,
regulating the travel of diseased persons, and   scientific  and   unremitting
sanitation in every phase    of   travel
| within the States, is the plan evolved
at   a  recent   conference of  health  olli-
I eers at   Washington, D.C, and  Dr.  Kl-
I mer   E.   Heg,  state commissioner of
, tli is state, lias been assigned tlie task
of   planning   the   work   west   of  the
Mississippi river.     Dr.   Heg   has  just
returned from Washington, and is now
arranging for a conference*!!! Seat 11",
of health officials from western states,
Dr.   lieu   believes   that   even   if the
.Owens  bid,  providing  for  a  national
department  of health, is not   pas. ��� '.
the  state health officers can accomplish by co-operation the same results
for  which  a  national  department   If
nee led.     Uniform  sanitation   laws  to
.protect travellers are needed, so that
epidemics will  nol  be allowed to be
Introduced from one section into an
! other.     There  is  no  place  where  all
I sorts  of people are  brought   in  such
.close contact, with such few sanitary
I precautions, as on  trains.    Consump-
, tives travel with  impunity. Convalescent patients and half sick people use
j tlie cars where there is no chance for
j taking proper    precautions,     All    of
! these conditions, Dr. Heg believes,   n
be Improved by co-operation betwi ��� n
state  health  departments.
depth. If the man flung through the
topmost door and dropped upon their
points was not dead when he readied
the dungeon underneath ho was allow-
ed to starve to death.
Tales are told of bold robber barons
who came a-courting with a horde of
; vassals at their back and. snatching
up fair ladies, rode off to similar
mountain fastnesses. That was one
way to win one's sixteen quartering^,
j with a fine chance of personal drawing and quartering thrown in! Some
I of the captured knights, like brave
old Eppelein of Gailingen���who leaped on horseback from tlie top of the
five sided tower of Nuremburg Castle
and landed with such force ns to
leave the print of his horse's shoe in
the stone coping of tlie mont wall���
may have escaped the horrors of that
torture tower only to be captured and
dragged hack to face a slower agony
of pain. |
For the lord" nnd peasants of this
lovely valley have ever been zealots
and in ,,he name of God and religion
have often waged war since their his-
tory bj'.'n.i.
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worst kind of an itch,
know this.
Oil of wintergreen, a mild, soothing
liquid, combined with such healing
substances as thymol and glycerine.
will penetrate to the inner skin, kill
the germs, and heal. Tlie D. D. D.
Prescription, made at tlie D. D. D.
Laboratories of Chicago, seems to be
just the right compound, as thousands
of remarkable cures prove.
Don't go on suffering from ee.. n
or   any   other   itching   skin   disease,
when relief is so easily obtained.
Just write the I). D. I). Laboratories, Dept N. X . 23 Jordan St. Toronto, and they will send you. free,
a trial bottle. This sample will relieve the Itching at once, and prove
to your satisfaction that here at leasl
is the  cure for your torture."
Write for a trial bottle today. We
know it, will relieve you. Frank
McKenzie, Druggist. **
Funmaker of Sells-Floto
Tells How They Differ
From Stage Folk.
The habits and Ideals of circus and
the.iiiie.il stars are as far apart as the
ocean. This was demonstrated at
Portland a few days ago, when an admirer of Miss Dallle Julian, a member
of the Sells-Floto troupe sent her a
bi autlful bouquet of roses.
The little English rider came bouncing out of the big tent with her face
covered with blushes and her arms
lull of the flowers. "It's pul the whi le
show on the jinks." declared Spader
Johnson, as he viewed from a distance
the entire company of acrobats and
equestrh unes crowding around the
fortunate one and demanding a shale
of the loot.
"Yes," continued the great clown,
"we don't want to gel like 'hall show'
First thing you know each of
us will be Wring a press ageni and
carrying around a trunkful of photographs  for  the  newspapers.
"We live, act and have our being in
an entirely different sphere trom the
men and women of the stage. No excuses 'go' tor the circus performer.
We are not a pi ople of artistic temperament, because we can't afford it
and don't want it. We've got to make
good, 'do our stunt.' or 'get the hook.'
'Seme of our stars have been in all
parts of the world. They possess a
high order of Intelligence and education, but vou will never meet one carrying a scrap-book with all the stories
the newspapers have printed about
him, and he will never tell you about
how he 'brought down the home at
Calcutta, 'or was a 'riot' in Tlmbuc-
too.
"When the equestrienne marries,
she invariably weds a pei forme-, and
quite as invariably both parties can
look hack on a long line Of ancestors
who have wrested a livelihood fl'Oin
the sawdust ring. And they have pride
in their ancestry, great as that of the
mosl exclusive Knickerbocker family.
If the young woman boasts, it will be
of her descent from some old English clown or rider, and her children
grow up with the same idea and the
same inclination toward the big tents
thai imbued the father and mother."
The Sells-Floto shows, will he s. en
here Friday.
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The Robin Hood Mill
where
ROBIN HOOD
FLOUR
li Made  " Different "
Ever since this mill wai started it has been worl
at its full capacity trying to keep up to the demand for Uobin Hood Hour.
Ever since this flour first got into the hi
ji the West, its succcs; has been nothing
short of sensatio cal.
Wc want y-u to be a party to this success.    H^w can we inJu:e you ?
Bv highest quality?     K'ohiu llnnj
Hour ha-i it. By best valu; ? This
flour gives it.
Th-:i, Ala lam, why not
start u., ii,; it?
r\<\ your proccr ahout our
Money-Back Guarantee.
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Meat   Going   Up.
London, May 31.���An Increa ie In
the price of meat is again Imminent
in consequence of tlie short supply.
The situa' i :i is growing; serious and
one result \vill probably be#the more
determined demand for the removal
of tiie emoa'v.o <m Canadian cattle.
BURIED TREASURE   FOUND
IN   CALIFORNIA  TOWN
Chtco, (.'al , May 3 ���An antique
wooden chest containing hundreds of
dollars   worth  of   Spanish   coins   was
found   here   today   hy   workmen    who
vv i i e excavating a church foundation,
Treasure hunters  flocked to the  lot
when news of the find leaked out. The
first relic found was the silver Inlaid
handle ef the chest. Then the <!: ���
came upon some rotting boards, and
finally old Spanish coins. Bonn dated
as early as it.vi were broughl up.
It is believed that the Meisuie was
burled by Spanish bandits or by Indians, wIhi may have robbed Spanish
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CRY INFLAMES CARLIM
Haul   Down   B.isqu*  Flag  ,,   I
Casino,   Tl ��� eater L ,<s
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casino-   whoi i   -  ���
lUCky   to  es.-ape
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marched off ti,
���YV> ate. �� I'rltuyirS   ��.-
the Price
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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 is a Great Big Discount.
$19 Coat and Pants; yours for $9.50
$18      " "
$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 Summer Shirts are included in this sale.    All for cash.     No approval;
no alterations.
Phillips, The Wardrobe Clothier
Columbia Street, New Westminster
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ESDAY,  JUNE   1,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
AND REGISTRY ACT.
thai an application has
If; ,���  register  Duncan Hell
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[iced  trom  I'l.  A.  Wilnioi.
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date  the  13th  day  ot
[907, ol' nil  and singular
parcel   or   tract   of   laud
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Id ni' New Westminster,
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.,,i by ilt-f ��� cut, whose title
,,. i ��� i - er the provisions
Ri.'_ I. tl'V Act." are requir-
,       :ie '-'a ta of the tax pur-
forty h\ a davs from the
(. ii|.,t publication  of  this
IU    aa'!  in   default   of a
,',   ,,ni'i'a-e   et   ,:s   pendens
ia sue i i oriod, or in
,, i urptlon 11 for i regtstra-
,     ii , ���; ;,i a  w:'�� he for-
Ild  eel. I'M il  from Bet-
i iiiini io ie  ia ii spec! of
- I   mul  l  sha I    register
II  [inn  aa owner  theieol
:   ���! y   CK I ',   thai   pub-
; e im- thirty days
��� iu blished in New
. 1 e  niod and   snlTie-
atiervi
f Colombia
! D��� WO.
; . ad   Regit 'i s   Office,
1   (    'nee o1  Bl il ish
aay of April, A.
-    S. KEITH,
1 istriet Registrar.
��� nt Lean & Saver   Bros.,   Ltd.,
��� nan; ,1. \V. I lew-
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a.
license in ihe Westminster Division ol
New Westmln iter District,
la) 'l'he name, address arid occupation of the applicant: Frederick W.
Smith, residing at South Westminster,
l'. o. address, New Westminster, B, C,
dair) man.
(hi   The name of the lake, Hi ream or
source iif unnamed, the description
is): an unnamed spring, situate en
Subdivision 12 of Block 2, Section 30,
Block a. No-lb Range 2, west, New
Westminste* Distiict.
(e) Tlie point of diversion: Aboul
the centre of said Suddlvislon 12
(owned by J. E. Murphy).
(dl The quantity of water applied
for (In cubic feet, per second): One-
sixtieth  (1-60).
(e) Tiie character of the proposed
works: A pri a-e wa'erworks system
through a l-inch pipe carried fro said
Subdivision 1*! t< ;.\ \. cant's property,
which adjoin-!.
if) The premises on which the water    is   to   he    used    I desci ihe   same):
Subdivisions 5 and 6 of Block 2, Section 30, Hlock 6, North Range 2, west.
New Westminster District.
i r i 'ihe purposes for which tlie
water is to be used; For agricultural,
dairying and domestic.
i k i This notice was posted on 'he
2nd day ef May, L910, and application
will in- made to the Commissioner on
the Gth day ef .lime,  1910, at
il) (live tlie names and addresses
of any rlparl in pr iprietors or licensees
who or whOiSe liials are likely to be
affected hy the proposed works, either
above or below the nutlet; None.
F. W. SMITH.
Box 536, N'ew Westminster, B. ('.
LAND  ACT.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
Take   ice  that   James   Bateman,
ot Vancouver, B. C, oi cupation stonecutter, Intends in app y for pi rmlssion
to purchase Hie following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
tlie southeasl poinl ef a small island
lying aboul lu chains north of Nelson
i land; thence northerly, westerly,
southerly and easterly, along tlie
shore to the place (,f commencement;
containing 6 acies more or less.
JAMES BATEMAN,
Applicant.
JOHN F. 15AOGS,
April 20, 1!)in. Agent.
DOCTOR DEF LORES     I
DIRT ON DOLLARS
m mmim mmmmi circus
��N5*S��Sr'?'��^Tjr.'~-3T,.
Dr. P. L. Schairner Makes
Strong Appeal For Cleaner Canadian Paper Money
WATER  NOTICE.
THE
IT   PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
-IX-
DAILY NEW
Ii!iK����Ef
^uirJJcJtlJbC.
more attractive trip
Lawrence up io bis-
Next   Empress sails
For reservations and
EL).  QOULET,
C.P.R. Agent.
Westminster
msf cr Co.
fbone lis.     Barn 'Pbone 13?
Columbia  Street-
i   delivered    promptly    to
(any  part of the city.
and Heavy Hauling
?FICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
COAL
New
Wellington
Notice is h 'ic'iiv given that an application   W"l  he  ina'le   Wider   Psri   V. of
the "Water Act, i'.h'.i." to obtain a license in the South Westminster Division of New Westminster District.
(a) 'l'he name, address and occupation of the applicant: .1. K. Murphy,
occupation, dairying and farming.
lb)    The name of the lake, stream
or   source   (if   unnamed,   the   description  isi:   Spring on  Lot II,  Block  2,
j Subdivision of Lot Iin.
iei The point of diversion: At tlte
spring.
id)    The quantity of water applied
for   (in  cubic  feet per second):   One-
| eighth cubic foot.
(ei 'l'he character of the proposed
works; Tank at. Bprlng, pipe from
tank  to dwellings.
i. ) The purposes for which the
water is to be used: Dwellings,
dairying and stock.
iki This notice was posted on the
30th day of April, 1910, and application will be made to the commissioner
on the :;ist day of May, 1910.
ll) (live the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely
to be affected by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet:
[None.
J.  E. MURPHY,
i New Westminster.
I   April :;n, i.in.
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
NOTICE.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Citizens' Temperance League will
be beld at the house of Mr. George
Small, 619 Third avenue, on Thursday, June 2 at S p. m.
All members are requested to attend.
to our office every time
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be glad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal in your cellar at short notice. Also, our
plione ls in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and Iti.
Coal procured here ls crackajack coal, however secured.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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SHOW CASES 1
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR   RAIL- $
HMGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOOD- ���
V/ORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI J
MATES   SUPPLIED j
. Km. TER W0ODW0RHIKG COMPANY j
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J. BROOKES, Proprietor
; : S���Corner  Eleventh and Carline.
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PHONE 473     a
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Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
[QUALITY THE BEST.
TAKE NOTICE tbat an application
has been made to register the Corporation of the Townsliip or District of
fcuirey as the owner in fee simple, un-
d'->r a Tue Sale Deed from the Reeve
and t'.erk of tlie Corporation of the
lowr.ttlp or District of Surrey to the
Corporai'Gl of tlie Township or District of Surrey, bearing dates of the j monev
1 21st day of October, A.l.).. 1905 and
I 31st day of December. A.D.. 1901, of
1 all and singular that certain parcel
or tract of land and premises situate
': lying and being in the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of Brit-
isV, Columbia, more particularly known
and described as: Lot 1 in subdivision 24 of block 1 of section "0, block
5 north, range 2 west; lots S to 17,
inclusive, of subdivision 23 of section j
lfi, block a, north range 2 west; lots I:: ' '' !
15 to 21, inclusive, block 14 of south
east quarter section 4, township 9
lots 5.G, and 7, in subdivision 23 of
section 16, block 5, north range 2.
west; lots 22 and 23. in subdivision
23 of section lfi. block 5, north range
2. west; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, fi, 7, S. It.
12, block 4 of lot 3S7A, group 2; lots
2 to 6 .inclusive, block 14 of south
east quarter section 4. township 9-
lot 5, block 3 of lot 387A, grovip 2;
lot 38, block 2 of lot 3S7A. group 2.
lots 21, 22, block 3 of southeast quart
er section 4, township 9; lots 18. 19.
block 2 of southeast quarter section
4, township 9; lot 22, block 16 of
southeast quarter section 4, township
9, map 519; lot 23, block lfi of southeast quarter section 4 township 9.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered instrument,
ami all persons claiming any interest
in tlie said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act."
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty-five
davs from the day of the first publication of this notice upon you, and
in default of a caveat or certificate
of lis pendens being filed within such
period, or tn default of redemption
before registration, you and each of
you will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to
! or in respect of the said land, and I.
shall register The Corporation of the
Township or District of Surrey
owner thereof tn fee. And
order that publication of this notice
for thirtv days in a daily newspaper
published in Now Westminster will
be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office;
New Westminster. Province of IVitlsh
Columbia, this 29th day of March, A.
D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To David Miller, William A. McCal-
Inm. Angus Mclnnes, T. O. Stark, William Davis, Henry Fraser, Henry
Kells, Harold Ponsford, A len Spiers,
George Stone. Robert Lyness, Margaret G. Cooper, John Roberts,
Hosking, Hugh T. Crossley, John
Hunter.
Winnipeg, May 31.    \ note of coa-
jdemnatlon   of   the dirty dollar note
currencj   in  Canada  was sounded  at
yesterday's  opening   meeting  of   the
Manitoba Medical association, held in
the Oddfellows' temple, Kenney street,
I at which sixty members of the medical
! profesi ion  were  present.    Dr,   l-.   I.
Bchaffner made a  ureal   appeal    far
clean  money  in  Canada. "In spite of
considerable expense," he said,  "the
Bank of England never issues a note.
���the second  time.    A   new  note Is issued, and  when   it   eonie.i in it   is* re-
j placed whether ll has been in circulation five minutes or a year.    Let our
governments demand that our Canadian  banks do  likewise.    A   paper  bill,
'three months after it is put Ln general
circulation, becomes crumpled and dirty   looking,  and   gathers    a    certain
[amount ol bacteria, thai renders it at
I times and unaer certain circumstances
extremely dangerous to health.    The
more  the   microbe  theory   is    being
understood by the mass of the people,
the more' disgust  Ls being expressed
; at tlie condition of the paper currency
i which Is In circulation, and probably
the worst offender in this respect is
the people's own government.
"Without doubt," said Dr. Schaff-
ner. "the most, unsanitary paper
money In circulation is the Dominion
.1 bill. Ur. A. H. Payne, an .analyst
front Toronto, lias examined" a well
worn .1 hill, and found no fewer than
2,067,000 microbes. Truly it was a
case o; overcrowding! Nobody cares
to find out how the doctor managed
to make the count, but the fact remains 'hat the $1 bill was very dirty,
and tlie term 'filthy lucre' could well
I be applied to it."
"The other day." continued Dr.
Schaffner, "an American scientist
found something over 3,000,000 on a
Bm. Paper absorbs moisture, and
moisture is laden with germs. Some
men moisten their fingers with saliva
to count lulls, if such men be tubercular, there is certain direct infection.
The danger is continually increasing.
It is a well known fact that bank bills
are capable of carrying almost anything. and a tremendous agitation
should  he  put  up for    clean    paper
SUPERB, SPECTACM, ORIGINAL CIRCUS--600 PEDPLE-
450 ANIMALS-$25,GG0 ARMOUR PRIZE SIX-HORSE TEAM
PARADE
r   1Q:30   O'CLOCK   EACH  MORNING
DOUBLE HERD OF SUNT PERF0BMIHQ ELEPHAHTS
WHOLE    EARTH'S    ARENIC   MARVELS
THE FINEST HORSES \W THE WORLD
ENORMOUS SIZE-SPLENDID QUALITY
30--AMERICA3 MOST COMICAL CLOWNS--SO
SENSATION cf the AMUSEMENT WORLD
UNSURPASSED in MAGNITUDE and MERIT
Two CocnpSete PERFORMANCES DAILY
RAIN OR SHINE, AT 2 AND 8 P. M.
Doors Oipen One Houi ��� Earlier, Admitting of a Visit to the Big
DON'T BE IDEICEIVEn
SELUi-FLOTO win Appear on Day ind Date Advertised
<OT IK m ClftCUS
ZOO
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Notice..
All vehicles while waiting on Colombia street must standi lengthways
with the street, and not bf.ck up
against the sidewalk, soi tha'. there
may be sufficient room for vehicles
the fire beams to puss
along the street with safety to the
public.
By  Order: W.  A. D'JNCAN,
���Citv  Clerk.
City  Hall, May 27,   Mt*.
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WE Have a Buyer
for about
$300,000 worth
of STANDING TIMBER.
Must be near water.
BRENING & CO.
GENERAL BROKERS
Merchants Bank Building -  New Westminster, B. C.
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LOTS
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as
hereby
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
. Burns & Co.
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645  COLUMBIA STREET.
Richard
E.
I
In The Centre of the City
On Second Street between Sixth
and Seventh Avenues
Prices $400 to $800 each
Balance in
These lots
Terms: 1-4 Cash ;
6, 12 and 18 months,
are cheaper than the property
offered on 18th or 20th Streets.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
GOING FAST
Re Lots 29 and 30, Rloek K, St. An- \
drew's Square, Map 105, New West-1
minster City. i
Whereas proof of the loss of Certi- j
ficate of Title Number 172(1 F. issued
ln the name of Aulay Morrison, has
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one montli from
the dato of the first publication here-
Of, In a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said Certificate, un-1
less iu tlie meantime valid objection
be made ro me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
t ,.nd Registry Office, New  Westmin-
ster, B.C.', May 8, 1910.
P. PEEBLES
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Columbia Street
Phone 307
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nM' r    PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
JUNK
Something New in
Floor Was
The easiest way to
finish  a  floor  is  to
saturate a soft cloth
with Columbus Liq-
vid Was and apply
lightly to the floor,
let it dry for about
fifteen   minutes,
I if  and  bring  to a
*Ji'i    polish by light
'      rubbing with a
soft cloth.
No brush to push ���no work ��� no
backache.   Resists heel-narks,
scratching, and water will not turn it
white.   Goes farther and lasts longer
than  any paste wax.    Try it!    He
sure to ask for the genuine
m__u4*r
^TigmdaWa^
lhe Lasicsl Applied Floor Finish
Sold by _
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
If every young man and young
woman fully realized tlie advantages
of pursuing a course tit this institution and then tbe opportunities offered
for profitable and congenial employment, lie or she would not hesitate in
selecting this Scliool as an avenue
for advancement. We give, tlie same
conscientious attention to placing our
students into positions as we do to
instruction. Satisfied students are
our  best  advertisement.
A. L. BOUCK,
610    Columbia   St. /       Principal.
The retrial of August Charlie wil
be held jit tho end of the present as
size.
Phone  L-528 for all  kinds of
ing.   J. II. Huggard.
team-
aa
Make a noise like my phone nunihe
when   you   want   quick    and    careful
transferring  done.    William   Medley.
664 days,   121  nights. **
The  Westminster  Rifle  association
will   hold  a  shoot   today    at    three
o'clock.
Try   a new   place  tonight.    It'  you
have   never   dined   at.   the   "Royal,"
suppose you try  it   tonight.    Probably !
you've   heard   your   friends   comment
on   the   excellence  of  this  famouse
City Treasurer Latham finished liis
work at the city hall hist night and
today the new treasurer, J. R. Rennie.
will  he custodian  of the  money  bags.
During the past month, as a result
of the publicity campaign of the board
of trade, twenty-three families bave
settle:! in this city and district. Five
came from Scotland, two fiom the
United States and the rest from England.
For Geraniums, Dahlias and all
kinds of Siuing Bedding Plants phone
Davis' Greenhouse, It 208. **
Spring is here���how ahout those
plants for the gardfen? Tidy, the
Florist, can suit you to a T in anything in that line. **
cafe���why not find out about it for
yourself? the beauty of the suround-
Ings and the brilliancy of the music,
from 6 to s ami 9:30 to 11:30. Come
tonight���"Royal  Cafe."
Until   further   notice   tho  Bank
Montreal,  Nc\   Westminster,  will
open for business Saturday evenings
from 7 to 9 o'clock. **
The receipts at (he land registry
office for the month of May were
$1,445.11, which is slightly lower than
tlie record set hist month.
The local members of the unlveraitj
site committee  held a  short   meeting
yesterdaj  afternoon in the city hall.
The question of entertaining the commission when it sits here on .Line tl
,f  and T was broughl up bul as it is not
I,   I known just what the plans of the com-
i mission  are nothing  definite was decided.     Tlte   committee   will   he   pre
! pared   to   present   to   the   commission
data  on all  thi' available sites in the
district.
For  spring
plione Davies'
plants  or  cut   flowers.
Greenhouse. R2US.      **
Tlie Bohemian Cafe will in futuie
be open all night. Special arrangements for private parties. **
A payment of $25 procures a lot In
Garden Fete
Under the auspices of the Educational club a garden fete will be held
at the residence of Thomas Meredith.
Fifth avenue and Sixth street, on
Thursday, June 2, from 4 to lu p. m.
Admission  free.    Light refreshments.
Supper From 6 to 8.
City  Band   in   Attendance
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite  B. C.  E.  R.  Depot
20c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US   A    TRIAL
STORAG
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
Miss Davidson, of Lancashire, England, arrived in the city yesterday.
Miss Davidson is a musician and a
teacher of the piano, guitar and mandolin.    She may make her home here.
"Mamie is coming on the 9:30
train." You take care of Mamie and
I'll see to her baggage. Phone. 664
day, or 421 night.    William Medley. *
Senator Rostock, of Victoria, accompanied by W. .1. Sloan, of Nanaimo,
and formerly member of parliament
for Comox-Atlin, visited the city yesterday.
The attention of builders and contractors  is  called   to  tlie  change  in i
the  advertisement of the  British  Columbia Electric Railway company, calling   for  tenders   for  the   erection   of
their   station   and   office   building   at |
New Westminster, the time limit   up j
to which tenders will he received he-1
ing extended for one week, from June I
:; to June 10. **
South  Westminster   from
&  Kennedy.  Ltd.
great demand.
These
Hale   Bros,
lots are  in
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There were forty-four cases in the
police court during the month of May.
and in forty-one cases convictions
were registered. Two were withdrawn
and one dismissed. Tlie list is as follows: Assault 2. false pretenses 1,
vagrancy 11. drunkenness IS, breach
of city bylaws 3, breach of Indian act 7.
furious driving 1, breach of health
regulations 1. There lmve not been
as many cases as there were in April.
During the past week there have been
several Indians in tlie police court.
On account of the assizes there are
many of them in the city and sonic
take advantage of tlie visit to celebrate.
To
Fales.
Furnish   an
Offi
:e,   see
W
.   E.
**
This evening a
Fellows   will   go
large
from
numbei
this
Clf
���ity
Odd
to
For a pleasant cool drink, try the !
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. *
dedicated by Grand Master Wallace
Law. Tiiis will be one of the grand
master's last official acts, as he Is
retiring from office this montli. The
Eburne hall has been erected at a
cost of ahout $10,000, and is three '
stories in height, tlie upper being occupied by tlie Odd Fellows. The second story is a public hall, while thei
See Fales for Bed Lounges. Guar- i ground floor is occupied by four
anteed goods at prices cheaper than   stores.   The Westminster members of
The decision in thc case of W. Gerry, of Vancouver, charged in the police court with exceeding the speed
limit in an auto over the Fraser river
bridge, was reserved when the case
was heard yesterday.
ihe cheapest.
The secretary of the TToard of trade
Is again taking up with Capt. Troup, I
of  Victoria,  the question of a better      South
freight  service on the C. P. R. boats'1   ' '������'''
between the capital and this city.
the order who will attend the dedi
cation this evening will return short-
ly after midnight on a special car.
The proper place to dine is
Bohemian Cafe, Depot Hotel
The best of everything.
at the
block.
**
The members of the city council
will spend a busy day today. In the
morning they inspect the Lulu island
bridge. In the afternoon they hold a
sewer pipe meeting, and in the even-
1'"'. they will discuss the several money bylaws which are shortly to be
submitted to tlie ratepayers.
Westminster     property     is
by Hale Bios, and Kennedy,
Ltd.   Call in and see them, ancl they
will put before you some good things.
ac
���^��������4,-      60   YEARS'
ERIENCE
Jti
Anything in  our  line 10 to
cent,  saved  for  you.    Fales.
20 per
**
Trace Ma^ks
Designs
Copvrichts &c.
Anrono sending Bftietoh nnd description nin7
iulckly /ujcHrlnln our or.iiiior frty -*. "
For a short time we are offering
Razor Strops worth One Dollar for
Fifty Cents. Can sell you spectacles
cheaper than others and no fit no pay.
We are agents for Kodaks and supplies. Arsenate of Lead for Caterpillars.    Ask  for Quotations.
The   citizens'   picnic   committee   is
waiting   for   the   passenger   agent   of
the C. P.  R. to return to Vancouver. I
when it will Interview him to arrange '
for dates and prices for 1 lie proposed
citizens' picnic.    It is not Known yet
where it is tb be, but toe commiuee I
wishes   to   collect   some   data   before'
holding another meeting,
r au
i'miuv'l."rv
_ HAIIDOMX on Patenu
nf,���,r-T for Boruriu. paten's.
Falnnts taken tnrou. ta Munn ft Co. rycotra
special relict, without, cbun;., In tho
Invention !b profcpM. pntor'nblf
Uona strictly ���on.Uenttal.
lent free. (Ihlost   .
Scientific ��2icetw.
neiy fl.ustrau-d Weekly. Lar^CHt Clr-
f any selenUffo Journal, 'lem* for
J76 a year, postage prepaid, bold by
:aicrp.
&Co.3G,B���dM>' New York
Hianeh offlco. ff��> I' BL. WajHwjton. U c
���** &m.^f*mumMt *4w
Spectacles 50 cents up
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
DRUGS-SPECTACLE-SEED   STORE
New Westminster, B. C. Phone 43, 71.
COME AND
SEE US
In  Our New  Quarters In the
DEANE BLOCK
P^our   Doors   East   of   Rank   of
Montreal
Ve Have Just Received a Fresh
Stock of Popliam's Chocolates
A. MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Columbia St.   New Westminster.
    w I  .11 itaawmrn^mmmm^mmmr^^mnmrnm^m.
^EaWammmEammui^*)
10 Acres extra good land, 3
acres cleared; seven roomed
house, bath and pantry, hot
and cold water. One mile
from electric tram. Price
$3500. Terms, $500, balance
easy terms.
APPLY TO
J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
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Portieres
\ ere doubly cr>
namemtal if
midc to COP*
respond wkh
tho famishing?
and hangings
of ths rocni.
Tiiis is possible with'
Colonial
Draperies
Simple,  conventional  designs, floral effects and pi |,
iu   materials  most appropriate for draperies.   :
part of the house requires retouching a "Colonial
suitable style is available.    In the housefurnlshln
NHL
Fs:briCa9
ca
Drspeiyi-
By the yard���to be made /
up at home. I
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AW.       1*-famrJa\
what
i
many new materials personally   selected  by the  -
firm  while in Chicago.   They   arrived   Sat unlay   ,:
tn prove popular.   Another special  feature is tin
price.   They  were well bought, heme we placi
as special values.
Artcrnft   Casement   Cloth     lu inches wi le.  llghl
ventlonal design; per yard	
Alameda Drapery���iu Inches;   heavy    weight;
per   yard	
Continental   Grenadines    40  inches wide;   per yard
Etamlne  Drapery  Scrim    per   yard	
Mount   Vernon   Swiss   Muslin���lid-inch     drapery
yard	
Figured   India    Madras    30  Inches  wide;   per  yard
Colonial   Cable   Nets    36  inches    wide,    large    i ���
weight;  ecru ami green only,  per yard 	
Colonial Cable Net Curtains���Decidedly    new    and
green  and  ecru only;   per- pair .'
Capitol  Twilled Cretonne������Washable  draperies In  I
dark  effects;   26  inches  wide;   per  yard	
Standard 8llkoltnes���36 inches wide; all colors; ni
per yard 	
Pilgrim   Taffeta- 36-inch;  Blngle bordered;  heavy di
terlal;   per  yard	
It
2��c
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Fancy   Embroidered   Coats   $2.95 Each
o_>_(!t      PSJS?J*W \      Regular   Values  $7.50   to  $22.50
Nine only of the nicest summer coats ever shown  in  the city.    The   materials   are   fli
pique, elaborately worked with star braids, diet insertions, soutache braids, crocheted buti      el   :..
price-asked in order to clear out the few  remaining is actually less than any person . >uld ask to
doing the work of in-aiding and  trimming  alone.   The  workmanship  is  of  the   fines!  and
the   best   grades.    Five   only short and four long coats iu the lot
.
On sale this week  ���
.52.
���W. S. COLLISTER &
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Let Us Figure With You  For New
Window Shades and Awnings
We are equipped to turn out
thc 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 till cal Is prompt
attention. Any style awning put
up. Have your work done at
home by responsible parties.
Vudor
PORCH
SHADES
The most popular and satisfactory shade made to keep oui
the sun and glare, yel i ermit-
ting plenty of light for sewing,
reading and gam s,
Handsome new B'lade of
browns, tans and greens; in
4 to 10 feel wl ltha.
Vi;tor Hammocks���the best.
e i e. |;i cjuttll les from. each.
M.50   to    $10.00
PORCH SHADES
Tke Public
Supply Stores
have a
Dis-
of
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Grand
play
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LEES LIMITED
*}. Sf>JW;tJ!  Successors    to    Lee's    Furniture    Emporium.
Phone  73. 716-718  Columbia   St. New Westminster.
This
fine
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the
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ION   OF   ELECI KICITY.
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', Great   Discovery   Made   by   Scientist
After Four Years of Study.
Chicago, May 8 ���Professor It. A.
: Mllllken of the University of Chicago,
| has   discovered   after   lour   years   of
study thai for which scientists for an
I ii^e have been looking for.   Professor
1 Mllllken  has  discovered  tbe  lon    ot
electricity.
The lon of electricity  is the smallest, the most minute particle or atom
ln tbe mysterious elect ileal charge of
| which the scientists of th# world knnw
j bo little.    While they have been ab'e
! to   harness   this   powerful   mysterious
i force, they have admitted freely thnt
I they do not know very much about it,
I what It ls or from whence It  comes.
j     Ar a result of the discovery of Professor   Mllllken,   the   world   Is   much
; nearer to the actual discovery of electricity,    Tho unknown haa bee-i reduced to the atom and the atom bus
' been measured and observed, not onro
but many times, in the course or tha
experiments.
i     Professor  Mi'lken's greBt   dis-'ovc.y
wns made known last night In a formal statement.
LOOKS LU',
; r.i><t;.  \al
AND GETS ARRESTED
Los Ange'es, May ;',  ,������A remarkable
ease of mistaken Identity was reveal* d
today in Judge Chamber's court when
i Louis Urban, of St. Joseph, Mo., was
j charged   with   being   Daniel   A.  Hoyd,
| who Iiiih been sought by police departments throughout  the country dm ing
the lost fatir years.    Urban, after eon.
slderahle effort,  convinced  the   police
and Judge Chambers tbat he was not
Hoyd, who Is wanted for passing u
forged check at the Angelas hotel iieie
after fleecing a prominent Chicago woman out of property and jewelry valued at %:w(\.    Urban related how he
I had been mistaken in various cities
and arrested a number of limes for
Hoyd.
1 Recently Urban was arrested in
Sacramento us Hoyd and charged w th
forging a chock. Ile was released but
was taken Into custody by the San
Francisco  oflleers  and   taken  to  Los
j Angeles.
Tonight Urban lefl for San Francisco  Where   he  is  employed  ;.s an  an-
, nounccr for a theatre.
su nidi ink
yet
Pint Bottles 25c
Try One
Also their canncc
Vegetables,

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