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 Ocean Park
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Camping
"WHITE   ROCK,"  TK^-LACE
WHITE, SHILE!     �� CO.
NEW   WESTMIN R.
f        MK 5,  NUMBER   105.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 21, L910.
EIGHT PAGE8.
PRIC    -:'   VE  CENT&
emoria
ervices
ousan
wile wouid mm
GRIEF 0
sn
Air   Function   is
Charicterized   by   Solemn  Addresses   and   Impres ive   Music
���S:hocl Children Pressnt in Large Numbers���Rev. J. S. Henderson
Eulogizes Departed iuuier cf Greatest Empire
I
llH
lanii
���   haa held many crowds
(ii sl   oponi d,   bul   ' I
,. .,   ti rdaj   was ui
pre ta i spec-
.., anj festl  i y, but
l   ti Ibute i" the     -   I
: ol  Kin ; Edv    d \ I!.,
"ol ble   ed mem-
p opi late   in   Its  ap-
,   mosl   ol   thi   i    ''i
n applied.
id   i���> iple   i  !, ���  ��� I
, j  to take pari In
thai  mai ke l New
! Ibution in the nailing.    The crowd
rev< renl   and  the
aracti rlzed   with
would havi  at-
iliem had the.   bi en  held
il.
im   1. c   oval
thi :.   pronounced
.. kin    thai   the
Ij through
then
In
Btii or
111111^^^^^^^^
count 11, some of
i      uiei       the city and clergy-
all   the   denomina-
..  wi re provided with
lis v...<��� placed on the mass In
platform, and all il nil
s in ihi- citj. the civic offlci 'is,
. the pri bs, and some of the
en ni  u esl minster wei e
there    The  Boys brigade, A.
; Lnies   D.   t'.   0.   K.  and
;le  band   also   were   provided
s there.    These  had all at-
II c Ben lei s  In   l loly  Trinity
.1 and marched up to the park
ftei wards.    The Orangemen
of   England   attended   the
.a a body and were provided
on  the oval.    Several  linn-
!     io! children occupied a ats in
-hers.
10  the, band  Btarted  to  play
ul March"  from  Saul, the au-
standing   with   bared   heads.
the hand was playing thespeak-
ok their places on the platform
e   soldiers,    marching    slowly
uns  reverse I,  came  down  tbe
luded among those on  the pint -
pre  Mayor  John  A.   Lee,  His
udge   i\   W.   How.-iv,   .i.   ii.
M.    P.;     Thomas    Gifford,
Prank   MacKenzie,  M.L. A.;
Archdeacon Pentreath, Rev.
i   mid.  Rev. Dr. Taylor. Rev,
i - di i Bon,   Ke\.   C.   VV,   Hrown,
\V. Houghton,  Rev.  A. DeB.
Prof. A. E. Hetherlngton, Aid-
C    A.   Welsh.  J.   Jardine,   .1.   S.
J. Carter-Smith, A.  \V, Gray,
k W. A. Duncan, City Solid.
ii    McQuarrie,   Cil ���   Auditor
worth,   Rev.   R.   Lennle,
S nd, Uev. c. S. McKinley,
iPather Lamaule, T.  R.  Pearson
entativea of the Salva-
Canon
hymn,
of   the
Rev,   Dr.   Ti
pray ei
i might 1
Its time ol  trouble.
"Nearei  Mj God to 'i he " wns
i   coni    . al lon, th
clt;   b ind i ccon pan; lni
Pi ifi \    E.   Hi ���: ei Ington,   of
Col im Ian collegi - a gavi a ahorl
prayi asking I hai Hod. whose ways
.'. ble, n I 111 wiselj direct
and govern the rule of the present
kin .
Rev,   ('.   \Y.   Hrown   read
of the scripture taken from
tieth   chapter   of   Flrsl
usually   read al the burl
After the band had
in's   "March   Fum ore."   u-'-v.
d'Easum      announced     the
"Peace,   Perfect   Peace."  one
favoi Ites of the late king.
A   Splendid   Address.
The address was to have been given
by Dr. Sipprell. bul owing to his unavoidable absence, Kev. J, S. Henderson took his pari in the pro .ram and
gave a magnificent address.
"There is not time, nor is this the
occasion tor speech making, and i
ni i I not say how keenly I feel my
inability to say what wou'd have been
well said bin for the circumstances
mer   which   those in   charge   had   no
control.
"Speaking of one who in strength,
courage and  wisdom  served  his
try,  an   ancient   king
not that a prince ancl a great miiu has
fallen   today.'
"In   the   death   of   our beloved   sovereign.   King   Edward   VIL,   we   have
losi  one of the greatest of the world's
gnat   men.     At   such   a time���critical
eeyond our power to express���when
it  has been declared that the British
constitution   is   likely   to   be   thrown
into the melting pot���when a conflict
such  as   Britain   has  not   known  for
centuries is threatened, at such a time
we  needed  a great   man  to  steer
craft,   of   stale   through   troubled
ters.   King Edward's tact, experience
knowledge  of  affairs  and
manlty  were regarded as
i : tor the national
perilous period. That
Ids  responsibility
proof.     The   task     ^^^^^^^^^^
n of tiiis difficult problem undoubt
in  the social   well  re  of the  pi ople.
I [la     broad,     BJ mpal hi i le     human.i y
brought him in loach v.*-. ii all cl
and   high   and   low,   rich   and   poor,
people  of  every   rank   and   age   and
station, icii thej  had In him a friend
; who would spend hlmsi ; In I hi lr b isl
"A   hi althy   balance 1   nai in e,  v 11 h
Ing  appi oaching the mawkish disc; ulchral    in    It.     A   heartlnt ss   of
spirit.    A si use oi  humor.    A  genius
j of common Bense.   And that line dell-
.,  portion   cacj  of feeling  vhicb we term 'tact.'
the twin-  These, and other qualities 1 have mea-
Corinthiana  tloned,   made him   not   only  popular
1 service       j but a  poti nt   and  masterful  force in
rendered Chop-   the Empire and the world.    The man
was not  lost  in tlie sovereign.
Wheel of Industry Stopped
in Dominion Out of Re-I
spect for Departed Ruler
i -
AV A
iJlA
W*mf     ai    1    S
Tens of Thousands of Sorrow ing Suejec's Watch Last Sad
Passage of Edward the Peacemaker Through Silent
Streets of Metropolis ���Distinguished Mourners
���ftsliinvtnn.   I). '.'..May  LV.���Ale-no- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
rial   services   to   King   Edward   VII. j    London, May 20.���King Edward VII.
were held simultaneously at 11 a. in. .        ,          ,  .,   ,                 .,,    Ui.   .-.,
irch   i has   '"::   lald   '"   re81   v"!1   bls   '';-
bj  ihe 3,000 oi  more delegal     to the l!-'"s-      With    every     pageanty    ol
world'        I     Sundaj   School conven- grief,  amid  i mum.,:-,  thousandi   and
tbm.    Each of the edifices was pack- surrounded  by  all  the outward sym-
'The rank is but the guinea stamp
the man's the gowd for a'that.'
i'i      I th oi.   '������  i" ordi ! cloi e I
to prei 'nl   dangei ou8 crowding.
- - ei flow meetings were organlzi d
ere unable to get Into
I the nialn servlo b.
Ai i he clos ��� of the pray< rs and the
reading of the memorial service the
delegates sangs the first stanza ol
"America" and then the lirst stanzas
oi "God Save the King."
The Immense audience filed slowly out of the churches at the close
of the Bervlce as the pipe organa
played Handel's "Dead March." Many
Of the Hritish delegates and not a
few of the delegates representing
North  America were in tears.
oiin-
'Know   ye
tl
lhe
wa-
nee,
broad   bu-
a   valuable
welfare at  thl%
he felt keenly
ere   is   abundant
seeking   a   solu-
tr>r
worried him.
memorial   pro-
Jackson Print-
iributed to the
gotten up
������ irk of the
'   -   .  were  (lis
;  charge.
Mayor   Lee's   Remarks,
ef i nnouncernent Mayor Lee
'   II pose   Of
edly preyed on his blind,
and   sapped   his   Bl length  and   powers
ol resistance, and hastened the calam-
l tj   which   the   whole   Empire
di plores.
"Oiheis respected him as a potent
and masterful force in the affairs of
the    world.      We    loved
him.   nol   only   because
good mother, worthily represented the
best   traditions  of  the   British  nation,
bul    because    of   those   qualiUes   of
brain    and
near  to  ua
one of  us, standing ever
In our Interests.    Never
eloign more universa"
and
he,
"At a small revolutionary meeting
in London, one of the speakers promised his cronies that the social republic would soon he proclaimed in England, and when that day comes, ho
added, we shall elect Albert Edward
as our first president. A monarch who
commands such universal respect as
to have the nomination at the hands
of the Reds for the presidency of
the Hritish social revolutionary republic Is more than 'his most gracious.'
He is a man who has the confidence of
his fellow  men.
"Not only throughout this great Empire   was  his   worth   recognized,   but
the     whole     world     recognizes     his j
great   service.     He   waa   one   of   the i
discoverers of the age.    He found for !
the   crown   prerogatives   which   hud i
been   befoie   unknown,   and   showed .
that  a  wise,  tactful  and  experienced ;
statesman   welding   thc   sceptre   of
a mighty empire may prove a factor
of incalculable  value to the civilized
world.    To his lasting  memory be it
said that, with zeal and devotion, he
used all his opportunities and all his ]
abilities for the welfare of his people
and  the  good  of humanity, and  won
for   himself   the   title,   'Peacemaker.'
And  on  such the  Divine  Master pronounces   His   blessing,   'Blessed   are
the peacemaker?.'
"In this connection  The Journal of
Commerce   says:   'The   greatness   of
Hie   whole  achievement   is   the   more
memorable because it  was a triumph
of   personal    influence,   quietly   and
[and tactfully exerted, without blare of
today  trumpets or beat of drum.   There was
j no   flourishing of   the   mailed   fist   or
shaking of the big stick, to introduce
the   in blest   conception  of  European
statesmanship    since    the    days    of
Charlemagne.'
"In  our   sorrow   we   do   not   forget
Iher who.shared with him sceptre ami
siate, the beautiful, loving, good, Alex-
ndra,  the  friend   of   the   poor   who
German   Royalty Attends Servic.
Berlin, May 20.���General services
for the late King Edward were held
at the English church here today.
They were attended by the empress.
the crown prince and Princess Frederick William. Pi incess Victoria,
Chancellor Von Bethmann-Hollweg,
g"esis of tlie members of the cabinet, most of the diplomatic corps,
and the high army  officers.
Kings Pew Draped in Black.
New York. May 20.���The funeral of
King Edward was observed today with
memorial services at Tiinity and
other churches and a general cessation of activity in the financial district until after twelve o'clock. A
distinguished gathering of Englishmen, federal and city officials and
diplomats, together with representatives of five British societies gathered at Trinity church to attend the
funeral services. The pew which
King Edward occupied at Trinity
when he visited the country as Prince
of Wales was draped in black.
Throngs   at   Recreation   Park.
Vancouver.   'May    20.���Sympathetic
affpieclation of the loss sustained by
the nation  in  the death  of  King Ed-
I ward VII. was expressed this afternoon in the public memorial service
held  at   Recreation   park.     Never  in
ithe history of the city has such a
throng   gathered   at   any   one   point,
and today  between  18,000 an.l  20,(	
people were at the nark, while on the
streets outside another 4,000 or 4,000
were scattered  about.
honored
like   bis
him
��   Citizens:    We   join   today
rowing   world   In   solemn
��� the virtues of one who
".  a  king.    One  wbo hy
ii. h   ami   personal   attributes
ir himself and the empire over
wisely ruled a reputation
that   achieved   by   king
ill ages passed away.
ny  part  are unnecessary
in   sorrow   today   bends
������ mpathy with those who
in prayer that  the royal
In    inre fulfil tiie obllga-
i tc them with the same
1 In U;     lurteay   and  dlacre-
1  '     ���   cl iracterleed  Victoria
G��od" and Edward "The Peace
_
.   '   "       of   the    Toyal
Mai sorrow means and ri
" ���������*��� i  ui  of trial Hi- re
lln Powi r  who  is  able  to
!,i'     rrow
Him we
s  of   hop,
word.
'Well, it
Tie
V than
lion in
Id
world
In -:
If', and
may
with i
is all
duty,'
bis char-
Duty   hud
was   a   aov-
.    y esteemed and
;'' ceremony. re8pected, both within and without his
realm; never was a sovereign more
closely, more affectionately, In sympathy with the masses of his people.
"The    simple,    manly
Which his life close!
over, bin 1 think 1 have done my
are an  apt   summing up of
acter  and  achievement.
ever been the mainspring of his action
all the later years of
especially    since    he
throne.    That   has  been
Inspiration  of great   men all
English     history,     and     the
standa as their monument,
"The   late   king  was  a   strong   personality, a forceful character, a man
of affairs,  whose hand  was on  al
fairs   of   state.    The   wisest   of
strong men about  him recognized In
him  a   quality   and   force
mansliip  which
account.       Tin-
heart   that   Wrought ^^^^^^^^^^       ^^^^
and made us feel he was|seemed to be baptized into a sense of
and always.11" conditions, a very mother in Israel.
'The   heart   of   the   nation   bleeds   for
her,  and   the  members  of  the  royal
family, may   the  God  of  all  comfort,
the Father of us all, fulfil to them His
promise,   and   he   a   husband   to   the
widow and a father to the fatherless.
And 1 am sure our hearts will rise
in  loyalty  to  King George  V.  as  we
sing  'God   Save  (he   King.'    And  our
fervent prayer will be
Impressive  Services  in  Winnipeg.
Winnipeg, May 20. ��� The day's
mourning for King Edward commenced this morning by services in all
the Anglican churches and in each
case they were largely atien led. A
large service was held ln St. Boniface cathedral this morning which
people attended. Communion services
were held in a number of the Anglican churches.
Twelve thousand people were present at the memorial services which
were held in the horse show ampi-
t heat re at three o'clock this afternoon, The services were of a semi-
military character and were of a most
impressive nature throughout. The
building was elaborately decorated for
the day.
bols of kinglj I owe: . 11 e body of
the de id mi ni i h was b >i ne through
ibe streets of iiia capital today and
r mvej ed io \\ Indsor, fthi r ��� i was
laid to rest in the royal chapel of
I St. i ieorj e.
When daylight arrived excuralon
trains from ah parts of the country
I poured their thousands into the city.
'I i e pi o] le i'liim dlati ly took up positions along the line of route so that
when the soldiers encamped ln the
1 parks und open spaces marched to
ti.eir posts preparatory to lining the
si reefs, a huge gathering was in
waiting from Westminster hall to Pad-
dington railway station.
At eight o'clock all traffic was stopped along the route of the procession.
Then ensued a long wait, during
wliich the movements of the troops
from one point to another were the
only incidents that excited public at-
I tention.
i At 9:50 o'clock the minute guns
from St. Jame's park began to boom
forth their message of royal mourning. The signal indicated that the
remains were leaving Westminster
hall, where for days past crowds of
loyal subjects had gazed on the coffin of their dead ruler.
The  Procession.
Tlie  casket  was  placed  on  a  gun-
i carriage and covered with the Royal
Standard and the insigna of the rank
held by the king in the British army.
Following  the  coffin  came  the  royal
mourners, King George, the queen, the
queen   mother,   the   Kaiser   Wilhelm,
and  the various  reigning sovereigns,
the princes, nobility and distinguished
commoners of the realm, as  well  as
the    overseas    representatives    from
1 Canada,  Australia,   New  Zealand,  In-
j dia and South Africa.
The pageant was one of solcmh
I grandeur and as it passed between
, the masses of people crowding every
point of vantage, the scene was impressive in the highest degree. The
booming of guns and the tolling of
bells accompanied the movemi nt of
the procession, while the bands in
turn played "Dead March from Saul"
and   Chopin's  "March   Funebre."
The    red-coated    soldiers    standing
! with  rifles  reversed   and   colors   dip-
; ped in token of sorrow made a bright
foreground for the sombre-garbed peo-
| pie  packed closely  behind  them.    So
great Was the crush at some points
thai many broken limbs and other injuries were reci Ive I. Hundreds of
persons fainted, especially women,
who had been standing for hour,
wailing.
King George, the queen mother and"
i he Princes .-��� Victoria i ntei < d Wei I
minster hall before the procession
Btarted and spent some minutes befoie the casket. The Emperor William, who was al the entrance as they
appeared, dismounted, waved th<
: icl b asl le, and opening the doors
of the queen mother's carriage, helped
her out and kissed h( r on the cheek.
The gun-carriage on which the royal
remains were borne and on whicb
rested the crown and cushion and
the insignia of the Order of tho Garter, was one of those which was used
in the funeral of Queen Victoria uncfc
which since has been an object of interest to all visitors to the Tower of
London.
The procession proceeded through
Parliament street and Whitehall past
public buildings heavily draped with
black and purple. Leaving the district of officialdom, the cortege passed
through the Horse Guards parade,
and thence along the Mall. The embassies and private residences wer��
heavily draped with mourning. The
Terrace was crowded with onlookers.
From the Mall the procession passed
Marlborough house, emerging on St_
Jame'fc st!.. et, proceeding to P.ear-
dilly and along that thoroughfare to
Hyde Park corner, where it entered
the park and passed along the drive
to Marble Arch.
Emerging from the park the procession followed Edgeware road tr>
Oxford and Cambridge streets and
turned up those wide thoroughfares,
on either side of which throughout
their entire length of half a mile
were unbroken stretches of temporarily-erected stands filled to their capacity with black-garbed humanity.
Mute Mourner.
One feature of the procession whicl��
attracted sympathetic notice was a
little terrier���the favorite of his late
majesty.. Led by a Highland soldier
the dog trotted slowly in front of the
Imperial Ensign. The charger of the
dead monarch, accoutred in military
fashion, was led Immediately after the
coffin.
King George, the German emperor
and other royalties wore the uniforms
of  British   generals.
Every    branch    of    the    defensive*
(Continued  on  Page Three).
OVERTURNED CANOE    |SOMEWHERE IN SPACE
TELLS TRAGIC STORY   COMET'S TAIL IS LOST
Two Fire Rangers and Four Wise  Star   Gazers  Peeved
Woodmen Believed Dead     Because Their Calculations
in Lake Nipigon.
bis life, more
came to the
word of
through
Empire
lhe
111
ho  Is an
Ing.
lay  our  burden
i,   and   join    with
Clty
���ili/.e
is a
eom-
wi'.h
the
expressed:
abyss a voice
'ho sentiment
��� ''""Hi trimi the	
I In.-.-Cls,
low, distant  murmur of dread
ound,
;''   arises only  when  a nation
bleeds
some deep
" of chief.
art thou?
and
and
poignant wound:
monarchs, where
In
ipe of many
dead.
not the
law low
. h'SH   ma jest i(
head?
nations, are thou
grave forget Thee, and
af-|
the |
       in
^^^^^^fcf slalcs-
liad to be taken into
i assumption thai the
king Is a mere automaton, who has no
Other duty than to do as he ls told
by his inlnlsters.even If they tell him
to effect a revolution In the constitution, was not accepted by King Edward any more than it was by Queen
Victoria.
"Queen Victoria often Insisted on
pressing her views on 1n>r ministers,
and it is said the ministers deferred
to her from courtesy rather than from
Not so with King Edward,
may have been his rela-
tninlsters. this fact re-
"Mighty   and   Holy   God,   bless   Ihou. I
we  pray,
George,    our    sovereign,    Lord;    bo
Thou his stay,
Ever in full accord, may our hearts
sing,
|  God  be  his  shield and  sword:   God
save the King.
i  Bless, too, the one who shares sceptre and state.
Thou  the  nation's  prayer,  joy
on her wait.'
1
must we forget the lesson that
to  us.     We   too   are   mortal;
Is short  and uncertain.    Let  us
e  that   we  can   face  the  reveal-
it   of  the  eternal  throne saying.   'Well, it  is all over, but I think
1 have done my duty.'
"We must not fear the changes that
; come. The years come and go. Kings
Jis? tuul fall
Services in Hamilton.
Hamilton. May 20.���Today was generally observed as a holiday in honor
of tne funoral of the late King Edward. A majority of the stores closed
nnd the offices of the city hi 1 w��re
closed. In the churches appropriate
services   were  held.
Were Erroneous.
Hear
"Nor
comes
time
so 11'
ing  Ugl
Observed  in   London.
London, Ont.,   May  20,���Today  was
observed as a holiday in honor of the
late   King   Edward.
Port Arthur, Ont., May 20. ��� The
fin li-ig of an upturned canoe with a
small amount of personal effects established the drowning of six men on
LiaKe .\ipi. on, though facts cannot
be clearly established. Those believed
to have drowned are Hoy McGilllver,
George Grant, tire rangers in the employ of the untaiio government, and
four woodmen, of whom the only name
so far obtainable is that of Johnson.
The two firemen, who were working
on the shotes of the Nipigon lake, are
New York, May 2D.���Astronomers
in various parts of the world disagree
today on the status of the tail of Halley's comet. Some say the earth has
already passed through it; others that
the earth passed south of it; some
that the planet is yet to pass through
it an 1 a few profess a belief that.
the comet has lost its tail as It did
in its 1836 circuit about the sun. Only-
one tiling is certain, according to all
reports, and that is that
tall   has  deceived  all  of
the
the
comet's
world's
said  to  have cemented  to  use their   greatest mathematical astronomers. It
the four woodmen   tailed    to    appear  as   predicted   a lift
is
conviction.
Whatever
tons with his
malm, that ns a practical Btatesman
be   probably   excelled   anj       nlater
not,   God
llis   earth,
selves,   and
others.     Let
way
he had come
loss    beloved
���Tennyson,
[tha
nil
M empire's lamentation;
voice of the mourning
,   .   ?hty   nation;
f"11"" "lien their leader falls
1""K ''arry the monarch's pa
BO��ow darkens hamlet  and
1
of a
Hal
wilh whom of late years
lu contact. , .    ,
no ono accused him of polltlca
hip.   He seemed ail
��� to the conservative
to the liberal a whig, and even
of a republican,
"ut ti
*}������* an
the
lei   the
ll   . row
lei  the
11 iw -
lovi
P pageant;  sad and slow,
""iversal woe.
loHR, long procession go.
sorrowing  crowd  about
mournful martial music
sreat E .gllahman Is low.
���Anonymous.
"Vot
bias or parli'/.tins
tilings to all men
I tory, t
to the  radical  a hit
He was at  once the most sensibh     r
,uen  and  the  soundest    of    constitutional   rulers
private    conv ^^^^^^^^^
duties.
"Will   Crook,   the   famous
socialist, lias sai.l: 'He is
above liberal, and above socialist, n
la, in fact, the father of ns
smiles   benignly   on  us  and
see us all go lighting on i'i
way.'
"Pew philanthropists took
who  subordinated hla
ctions    to    ins    public
English
ibove tory,
lie
all, who
loves to
our own
but the Eternal changes
n Heaven; all is well on
Let  us be true to our-
we   cannot   he   false   to
us bo  I rue  to God  and
His light and love will make us full-
orbed  men.  who  will give  the  world
ful!-orhed   lives,   that    will   lead   the
to  the  sun-crowned   day."
"The   Last   Post."
At   the   conclusion  of   tho  address
Captain   A.   S.   Leslie    sounded
"Last   Post"   on   his   bugle   and
proceedings  ended   with   the
of "God  Save 1 ho Klnf.
by Uev. A. UeB. Owen.   As the crowd
was singing the flag on the exhibition
building was run up to tho top of thq
mast in honor of King Georgo.
Service  at  Holy  Trinity.
Before the service ln the park an
impressive service  was held  in   Holy
Trinity cathedral.    A special form of
Bervice was authorized  and  printed
forms were given to the congregation,
which Illlel the church to tho doors
The   militia,   the   boys'   brigade
Montreal   Pays Tribute.
Montreal,  May 20.���With  Hie most
impressive of church services and the
trooping    of    city    militia    in    full
strength, accompanied by bandsmen
playing the mournful strains of the
"Dead March," and the absolute shutting of aii commercial institutions,
Montreal today bore tribute to tho
dead King Edward VII.
canoe to transport	
across the lake from Point Alexander,
a distance of twelve miles. The finding of the canoe is the only evid nee
of what may have happened on the
trip. McGilllver is said to have been
subject to epileptic Hts and may have
boon  overcome by one,  thus causing
, tlie canoe to overturn.
there Is a haunting suspicion that
somewhere in the cosmic void the
wandering comet's tail is playing hide,
and seek with thp earthly wise.
But the head of the comet has made
its transit between the sun and earth
on schedule time and it is expected
that the comet will be visible for a
! lime While tomorrow evening.
the
the
singing
announced
I     Public Offices Closed in  Quebec.
Quebec. May 20.���In accordance
with the mayor's proclamation, today
was observed as a day of mourning
in the city of Quebec.    All the public
| offices and many private business establishments were closed. Special
services were held in the city
churches and a state memorial service
, was held at the English cathedral.
Militia Guards Negro.
Thomasville, Ga., May 20.���With
the jail guarded by three companies
of state militia, Howard Harris, a
negro convicted of assaulting a white
woman, was hanged here today.        ,
BOTHA WANTS TO  FORM
A   COALITION   MINISTRV
Capetown, May 20.���Premier Bothir.
conferred with Governor General
Gladstone yesterday and it is understood he will undertake the formation
of the flrst union ministry. Botha,
favored   the   Idea   of   a
crowd joining heartily in hymns.
-Ml   places   of  business   and   stores has   always
closed this morning, the public build- coalition  ministry,  but  it/cumins  U>
ling   and   many   stores   being   draped be seen whether he       '
| and    every    flag   in    the    city    half strong    enough    to
will feel himself
override    Merri-
mas'.ed.
mail's opposition.
and
Fbngs at Half Mast. |
Nelson, B. C. May 20.���Over 2.000,
people tilled the grand stand and the
recreation grounds at O'.lto this morn-1
ing at the memorial service for the
late king, held undor the auspices of
I the   102nd   regiment,  U.  M.   It.    The
I drum head service was an adaption of
| the Church of England funeral service,
.under the direction of Uev. F. II. Gra��
1 ham,  rector  of  St.  Saviour's  church.
assisted
I
so
keen,    -
30
htelligent, so effective an Interest
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       and  the  regimental  chapaln
UhcbiiKle band wore all provided with I |,v  the cltv  clergy and St.  Saviour's
;U 'choir.   The regimental nnd city bands   sons
(Continued  on   Pago Four). I provided  tho   music,   the   assembled
Minute Guns Fired,
lUglna, May 20.- A day of general
mourning was observed tn Rfglna today, all i luces of business being
closed out of respect to the late kingv
Churches held special memorial services and addresses lauding the virtues of the late king were delivered.
At the headquarters of the Royal
Northwest Mounted police, tbe fl.ing
of the sixty-eight minute-guns commenced at the noon hour. The Ma-
observed the day bv attending
divince service at St. Paul's.
WIRELESS TO LINK AUSTRALIA
WITH   PACIFIC   ISLANDS
Melbourne, Austvnlia, May 20 ���
Hon. Kjreiton Lef ilatchellov, minlse--
ter of external affairs, is calling rttr !
tenders for the erection of mc-ll&m i
puwer wireless telegraph statioxs at
Port Moi'psby. on the southern e-osTtst I
of NeW Guinea, and Cape YotK; life
most northerly point In A^ftttral'a-
This is preliminary to carryidg
a   large  scheme  for   the
l.tifcliig
oal:
iii*
of the Pacific islands witks .YftatrtrUa-
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SATURDAY, MAY
Medicinal Preparations Are Not "Cure-Alls"
Neither are they intended to take the place of your physician
Reasonable Claims
flA-DR u-co.
'.
half a   . or even
���    - : ��� ith
...
household
n mi .      '-'
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bsnrd.
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m thai ��� when you
cannot get 1 rquicl
i. a i hold rem eed
thfl right NA-DRU-CO preparation is the safest and
be��t thing you can u��e.
If, for exampl I feel re throal
,. ��� -   Qg on, two or three
NA-DRU-CO Stainless Iodine Ointment
���    '      NA-DRU-CO Wild Strawberry Extract
tor NA-DRU-CO Toothache
Gum
Reliable Remedies
a  tz.. T..IS  To*
Th te ai r �� ft     ei \r -.:e and
distir : :.'.'-.-: :."-: �� Medicinal  Pre-
��� irat: E     ��� ���      ��� '-  '���-  compounded
by   expert   cherr.ists   :r  m  the  purest
and best ingredients th  '. ::.   :.-.'   Cat.
has bei 0   tested   for
years, and 1 ���'.   proved   worthy
of confidence I   I re beii g   idmittfd
totl     SA-DRC
NA-DRU-CO Tr   "   M irk von can
reliabl    b       bold rem       for each
. ills.
'.     -   t the  r f the N ' -1 RU-       I    -
���   - tion, we are prepared
to furrish to your n'.;. <i-: i or dnj-jUt, or to any
other physician or d -uggist is* Canada, en request, a
full list cf Uie ingredients in any NA-DRU-CO medicinal or toilet pre par.'.ion.
re full 1 to judge,
and ' ill about
the N
I -.- ���  -     -       iprepar i ti        hether i r toilet, does not entw
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;..-..: R.U-CO preparati      forei I      notthepai       lai
arti k for in si    k   be    m  .-���'. it within tv. > days from      r neai le branch
Some NA-DRU-CO Preparations You Should Keep on Hand
Camphor lcr
Grcajelett Toiltt Cream
Talcum  Fowci';I
Tooth Peite
. Got;. Powder
Eaby'i Tablets
Carbolic   Salve
( *T* Laxatives  Tatleti)
Co<i Liver Oil Compound,
Tasteless (2 Sizes)
Dyipepiia Tableti
Headache WaK-r*
Herb Tablets
Nervoseone
Pile Ointment
PJieumatiim Cure
Sugar of Milk
Stainless Iodine Ointment
Toothache Gum
White Liniment
National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada, Limited
Wholesale Branches at:
Halifax,      St. John,      Montreal,
Winnipeg,      Regina,
Ottawa,
Calgary,
Kingston,      Toronto,
Nelson,      Vancouver,
London,
Victor.a.
Hamilton,
��_^E3&5����U&a
Special C!e
OF
Buster Brown Suit
s
an
d Sai
Blouses
Having" purchased for cash 50 of these %uits
at half regular values (these are all new
spring patterns and designs) we will clear
the entire line while this special sale lasts
for $4.50
Now, we had some of these patterns this
spring and sold quite a few of them. If
your friends have bought one at old price
come and secure one for $4.50
Remember, this sale only lasts for 10 days.
Old price up to $9.00; now $4.50. Sizes 3
to 8 years.
The Wardrobe Clothier
Columbia Street
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mmm
uUer Annex
Lacrosse Ouiioek Mon^__
is Good In Canada 11
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makers ��� found
there In the service
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i   .        i   paint that
looks j      I in the < an
good in
the '���*
Y< lU coul In't tell tl
lifference 1      i      o ':.
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RAILWAY (0.
VICTORIA  DAY.
N��
... ed to. this ol
id  9 1        '���    '
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that i
it to be I ther respoi
ern Oi I  e CL A.    i ������ !-v-'	
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Sunday.   May   22.
id inter-      ������,., .    . .       .
���    . 11.1MI   \     -   -    I,--. '
.   ,     .      d elebration o   Ho v
indred.   Toda aged a i _ .. ...
.... Ci mm inlon at i
-.   intford  and  St.  Kitts      .-. ��� .
. ... ainl   Bi :n.- in/.    S
rei .11.-
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.:��� . and the ebb ;        '  : '
...       ST.  PAUL'S   REFORMED   EP1SCO
PAI
FIRST-CLASS     F
THIRD for thi
���
FOSTER,
��� ��� Gen. I'
LEI
CANADIAN PH
B.C. CoastbS.Sa
. .  :      ���      pres-   *'���"���   i;'      ^. deB. Owen, reel
it.   Still there er and     Ice at 11  a.m   and   i
a the C.L.A.  Ci :    I .-
, playing I "     Praj
as  ye ��� i:30 p. m.   M    -
and   will eet:   "San plendid   d
ave a list of active playi ' '       '   ' '   ' '  '
nd.   It is 1        ' ! ���   ' '���'"
and |    ST.   ANDREW'S    PRESBYTERIAN |
the ��� Ri       I. S. Hi odei boh   pai Sei
and   even   now   the   Montreal   vices ll  a.m   and 7:30 p.m.    Sabbath
Bchool   and    Bible
Morning:  "A Plea tor Pardon"; even
Ing: '"I lie 'I ai Uca ol ��� ��� ���  I iei 11."
ST.   STEPHEN'S   PRESBYTERIAN
��� Uev. T.  Wardlaw  Tayli r,  M  \ .  Ph
!>..  pastor     Sei ��� Icea  at   11 a.m.
"'; "���     three In Quebi      Sl in ro .   .   :.;;,,  ,,.   m.    The   annu il    en    n  to
lontrealers and National M     -   ���  .    Knighta  of   Pythla place
at tin.- (".enlng sen
.-. : ' i ibs are <    ting em Ious
thel        -
:   s ip]
I the National Laci ossi  union
In   Ontario-   I ���������
to  ii" iwa and '' n wall���
Prlnci       i     rlotl
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Thin- ..   S   :
B*-1��'
lit,
OF
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Lai
The   New  8ternwhee'er
-it is alwi loi ked on as a
Q lebi ��� uisatioc I i I pi ob-
ably baceuse Its annual meetings have
up to t be preai ul t ime always bei n
bei I in Monti eai. It has been "the
big league e��� i i -''i.' e the white ��� an
wrested the lacrosse supremacy from
' ti.e Indian. It is llki Ij to i emaln bo.
too���If it only could pet that Minto
Cup back trom tbe coast.   Tecumsehs,
[lasl year's champions, tried bard to
Ing ii back and i died.    Monl i ea ������������ a
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST	
Ri      C W. Brown,  B. D . pastoi   8i ���
\ li ea at 11 ii. iii. and T :30 p. m.   s in-
day school at 2:30 p. ,m
will   preach   at   both
Sons  of   England
in the evening.
S. S.  PAYSTREAK!
sen   i        The
parade   to Church
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. K  I'.ik
er,  pastor.    Services   ll   am.  and  7
���  p.m.    Sunday    school   al    2:30  p m
this year's champions, are going west  Midweek prayer meeting on Wedne
after i: in July.   They have a strong  day  at   8  o'cl
Fourth Avenue and Marion 8*reei
SEATTLE
HATES:
Room   $1   pir  day   up.
Room  and  board  $2.50  per day up.
Room  with   bath  $2.50 per  day  up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
All mtside rooms, with hot and cold
water, strain heat, long distance tele-
phn:,p   'tiik tnepts all tralnB and boats
The Daily News wlll be kept on tiie
in our reading room.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Ile Lots number M and !���", Block
���1, New Westminster suburbs.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of Title Number B692A, issued
in the name of Eustace Alvauley Jenns
has been filed  in  thlw oflleo.
Notice Is hereby Riven Unit I shall,
at the expiration of one montli from
the date of the llrst publication hereof,
ln a dally newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, isatie a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in
the meantime valid objection be mads
to nie ln will inn.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Re. lstry Office,  New Westminster, B.C., May 12, 1910.
team, too, a fast,  wiry  lot   who can
play the game an I take their bumps.
lint   outside   of   the     Montreal     Huh
house, few are die folks who harbor
a though!  tbat they  will  bring  back
the  strayed  Bilverware.    New  West-
i minster on tbi li own littlo hillside ai
i the end ol n thi ee 11, lusqnd n lie j iur-
1 hey are u hai 'I pi oblem for any te m
rto solve     Sl !!  the  N'.L.l'   c i ma
will keep oi   tr;  na -<��� ��� r after yeai
,and tin i; time will com".
in   the   meantime   the  eastern   ia-
eron e  followers  are  ta  fin     i '
the   relative  strenguh   of  the  N.l.r.
teams than of Minto Cup . anies iind
I the opinion  Is  11 eely  e pi > s bu
[some i i the teams have Buffered from
the   lacrosse  ebb.    Their  old  players
are going hack and the young material to ie; lace ihem Is not to hand.   It
Is generally conceded that as things
(S'aiiii ai  p.es'iit  ftiomroale s and   i i
i ronton are  the  strong    teams,    The
former have all the players with whom
they   won   last   year's   championship,
while Torontos have a young, strong
������.iinl fast  team which only  for a  bad
start would have been In at the finish
Mast year and which only needs a ui-
tle more experience to make it one of
the greatest teams Canada ev*; saw.
i    Shamrocks  are  gradually  breaking
away from old reputations ami replacing them wltb young players, but  it
takes a year or two to finish the weed-
Ing-oul process, and though the Montreal  liislimcn will always be hard to
heat at home or abroad, they do uot
loom  up llko champions at this date
or distance.   Tecumsehs, too, are lo.ik
lock. Morning Bubject:
"The Way of Salvation"; evening:
"The Blind Receiving Light."
WE8T END PRESBYTERIAN���
Twelfth Btreet. Rev. .lames Reid,
B.A., pastor. Public worship al ll
a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday school
at 2:30 p. m.
THE NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN
- Benjamin Sands, paste:-. Dedii atlon
Of new church. Several outside minis,
teis will take pari in the mornltu: and
alii i noon  sen ices.
Leaves  \ ti-Ki
���   ���������    pan; 's  wharf,  N'-v.
i   ���   pastoi   p. ,.       nd fn
Leaves Nt w  Wi sti
Thursday and Saturdaj
I i (
day and Sunday al '
First Class  Passenger Accomme
ROYAL CITY  NAVIGATION CO..!
New   Wcstirinster.
White Star--Domiri|
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Mtntreal to Liverpool
s.s
toil.
S.S
mains to be Been how tin,- combination will work out, while Capitals have
also shifted their quai ters and will trj
to put some promising juniors in the
places of men who bave been In the
harness so lon;; thai their becks are
sore ami their feel wem l< i t , i
fondesi admirers are calling on them
for a championship, bul i icrosso nisi
ory shows that a team seldom changes
players and  wins a championship In
the same  season.
He's  an   unwise   man   who  tries  to
forecast a lacrosse season, hut  on tlie j
material  In  it-ht   you  would  nnfural- ""  ���*���*���* ""*"������*  ���'   "        .s|
ly call  the  N.L.U.  teams for  1910 as   PAINTERS,  PAPER-HANGERS
LAURENTIC���
Triple   screw,   14.COO
MEGANTIC ���
Twin    screw,    14.900   I
l-'-f)pr��      -, ,* rL     p*rt��'     rmrt
commodntion  equal  to .i".
Ing the  Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply"
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NLW WESTMINSTER
I'lllUH'
stliuate.   Given
J. NEWSOME 8 SOB
their speed is Impaired
renovating  process,  while   Nationals,
the fast Kronch-Caiiadan team
thoiiKh playin_ in spois the most hril-
liani lacrosse any team can show, n��*e
too erratic to hear ii championship
calling them.
And those old warriors, the Capital!
of   Ottawa,   and   '' ���    ivi-tiu-m
who have been writing lacrosse history   Willi   their  Btlcks  as   lai   hack   ns
follows: Torontos l. Montrcalers 2
Nationals 3, Teciimsehs I. Shamrocks
B, Cornwall  6 and  Capitals 7.
But if you take erne of the amateurs the professionals will take care
of themselves. And the pleasing thing
about   the  spring  of  1910  is   that   tlie
amateurs are being looked after.    Nol
only is every hoy's slick that   manufacturers can provide being dlstrlbut-
ng  lor  new  men for old  places and  ed grails to school boys, but arrange,
i  bit by the   ments  are   being   made  to  have  the
Champion school team produce and the
upper   grades   are   heing   spurred   to
fresh   efforts.     Mr.   D.   D.   Mann,   the
railroad magnate, has donated a $r,oo
gold cup as n Canadian amateur championship trophy.    It is in the hands of
s   Messrs.  !'.  .1.  I,ally,  of  Cornwall,  and
Fred  Killer and .lohn  It. Robinson, of
Toronto, as trustees, and they can be I
...   depended   on   to   see   that   none   but
memory carries, what of them? Truth amateurs compete for It.
I''*'il    ' '"l"       i"                                Sizing   It   all   up,   guess   the   under-
Cornwall has a new grounds   taker needn't hang round the lacrosst
i/iaye.o aua .,. . ^   game.     fc	
DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, between B ",: !
enue and Third Btreets.
NEW WESTMINSTER
NOTICE!
this
Until further notice
bank will be open
SATURDAY EVENING
from seven to nine o'cloc j
lo    lel|.    t>>eii
certain.
aud a bunch of n
:W
Royal Bonk of
New Westmniste1,
LK Ell F. Shute, Mgr. , notice
oiade  i"
18  ll
���:. a. wilmot,
Duncan   Bell
13th  day   of
iATUBDAY, MAY 21, 1910.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
that an application has
register   Duncan   Bell
e 0Wner in lee simple, under
g le l'etd I'i tun
of dykes, to
.    dale    Un;
1907, ol  su
P,'tain parcel
I situali
i,l   ol
, i'i i.' n
f 6th  Meridian.
claiming through or
iU,i  all   persons claiming
THE DA1L V NEV/S.
PAGE SEVEN.
WATER NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an application wlll he made under Part V.
of lhe "Water Act, 1909," to obti
license in the Westminster Division of
Xew \\'i stmlnster District.
ia) The name, addresB and occupa-
Frederick W.
CITY OF   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Notice   to   Contractors.
or   tract   of   land
., lying and being
New Westminster,
,. ol  British Columbia,
l| ,)-ly   known  and  ilesci-ib-
..,. i ���,, les of the southeast
���tion   18,   Township   3,
' wesl of Gth
. I
Wf.        ' i in tn.   said land by vlrtui
lituted  Instrument,  and
clui ing  any  interest  In
hy dt-fi ent, whose title
,,..|   ., . ,.,- the provisions
;.. .��� >. tiv Act," are requir-
m- ������.,  a of the tax pur-
wltnln forty ii\ 'i davs trom the
i,,.,t  pub! cal lon of this
v ii,  and in default or a
.;t.   ,-,.    el    ,-.s    pendens
)ln i ne i 1 ci i< nl. or in
I .., pdon i i for ��� reglstra-
,., h . r >i u wiU be for-
i h|)d debani d from set-
i in o   i.i ii spec!  of
I   i   , na       regl   ei
: ,!]  aB  owner  thereol
,|  |  |,i..| .-I y ii   1 ������   * li.it   pub-
., :; e [or thli ty d 13 s
; pi bill hed in New
and singular j (ion of the applicant:
the
��� ..a
�����*r
ttoi
the f
Doati
ln tei
ItcaUk
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l Regli try Office,
i ince o'' Bi Itls i
day  of   April,   A.
S. KEITH,
i  strict  Registrar.
, ut I.e.ui & Sav-
mer   Bros.,   Ltd.,
nnali; J. W. Hew-
] Smith, residing at. South Westml
P. o. address, New Westminster, B. C,
dairyman.
(b) The name of the lake, stream oi
source (if unnamed, the desci Ipi i m
isi: an unnamed spring, situate on
Subdivision 12 of Block 2, Section 30,
Block 6, No-ih Range -, west, New
Westminste ��� Disti ict.
lc) The point of diversion: Ahout
the centre of said Suddlvlslon 12
(owned by .1. E. Murphy).
id) The quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second): One-
Blxtli th  (1-60).
(e) The character of the proposed
works: A pri'ate waterworks system
through a 1-inch pipe carried fro said
Subdivision 1*2 ti aj i. cant's property,
wliich adjoin
Hi The premises on wliich tlie water is to be a. ed I desci Ibe same):
Subdh Islons 5 an I G of Hlock 2, Si c-
tion 30, Block 5, Noi th Range 2, west,
New VVi Bl minster I list rlcl.
ig i The pin posi s for which the
water Is to be ti od: For agi (cultural,
dalrj ing and dorm   11 :.
ik i This notice was posted on the
2nd day of May, 1910, and application
will be made to the Commissioner on
tl ������ 6th day ni June, 1910, al 2:30 p.m.
ill Give the names and addresses
of any riparian pr iprietors or licensees
who or whe.o i-in.is are likely to be
affected by the proposed works, either
;.! ir below the oul lei: None.
P.  W. SMITH.
Box 636, New Westminster, B. c.
Tenders are requlri d for the laying ami grading of i emi nl sidewalks
��n T'-nth Avi nue, Ham! ton Street,
Eighth Avenue, all betwei n Tenth and
London Stn et, Edinburgh Street, Dublin Stn et, Seventh Avenue and
:'- (th Streets; also Tenth Streel between Sixth aad Tenth Avenues. Plans
������an   be   seen   and   specifications   ob-
City Hall, April 25, 1910.
talned from the City Engineer.
The lowest or any ten ier not necessarily accepted, and any tender accepted to be conditional upon the pass-
i:    of the Local Improvement Bylaw.
Tenders to be accompanied by a
marked cheque for five per cent, of
the amount of Tender and marked
"Tender for Sidewalks," and delivered
to the undersigned no' later than 5
O'clock on   May  -j:1..  1910.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
r MARKET
REPORT
~i
i
Owing to tlie tact that yesterday
had been pi oi lalmed a public holidaj
the re was a poor attendanc ��� al the
regular w< i kly market. However
'��� ere was a fair amount of business
1 id   and   pi lei B   did   not   drop
���. g to a shrinkage i"TT attendant ��� in fact, some of the pi Ices went
up a little, the wholesale price ol
�� advancini I bi ee cents and some
"i   tin    meats  showipg  a   Blight   rise.
Potatoes again fell, ranging In price
(rom   $12   to   -.1 l   per   ton   with   few
tali l s.
WATER  NOTICE.
Official   Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters, per lb. ���
] Beef, forequarters, per lb, ..
I Lamb,   pi r   H>	
Mutton, per lb	
Veal,   lai Le   	
11 to 12<
,:i io 10c
 18(
 io
 10c
Ve il, medium 	
Pork, medium, per lh	
Eggs, wholesale, per doz.
I ���     , i etail, per doz.   ...
Butter, wholesale, per lb,
Bu     r, n tall,  per  lb.   ...
Fowl, per doz., live  	
Cl li ... ns, per doz., live .
Ducks, old, per doz ....
1 >Ui ks, young, per doz.   ...
'. Geese, each  	
Potatoes, per ton	
Onions,  per  sack   	
12 to 12i,
KIWI
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YEE KEE & CO.:
Notice is I] irebj given that an application W.'M be .made Uiikr Part V. of
the "Water Act, 1900." to obtain a license in the South Westminster Division of New Westminster District.
iai The name, address and oi cupa-
tlon of the applicant: .1. E. Murphy,
occupation, dairying and farming,
du The name of the lake, stream
or Bource (lf unnamed, the description Is): Spi Ing on Lol 11. liluck 2.
Subdlvh lon of Lol 30.
(c) The point of diversion: At the, runups, per Back
spring, Carrots  per sack
(d) The quantity of water applied  ['���'���
tor  (in cubic feet per second):  One-
eighth   cubic   foot.
ie) The chaiacter of the proposed
works; Tank at spring, pipe from
tank  to  dwellings.
fg) The purposes for which the
wiiter is to he used: Dwellings,
dairying and stock.
(k)    This notice was posted on the
. . OOC
$10
to   11
.$8
to 10
$10
tO   12
..$'.1
to 10
.$1.50
..12
to   14
.$1.60
 c
.. i Be
Parsnips, per sack
Service In Island Colony.
St. Johns, Nfld. May 20.���A memorial service today in the Anglican cathedral was the last official tribute
paid to King Edward VII. by Newfoundland.    The  governor.  Sir  Ral]
30th day of April. 1910. and appllca- Champbrys-Wllllams,   cabinet
minis
more attract ive trip
Lawrence up to His-
Nexl Empress sails
For reservations and
ED. GOULET,
C.P.R. Agent.
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
Box 644
Windsor Hotel Block        P. O.
Westminster
ansf er Co.
K 'Phone lis.      Barn 'Pnoue 137
Columbia   Street.
���g^-.ige    delivered    promptly    to
any  part ot the city.
At and Heavy Hauling
.^FICE���-TRAM   DEPOT.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St.. Foot of Sixth.
tion will lie made to the commissioner
on the 31sl day of May, 1910.
ll) Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely
to be affected by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet:
None.
J. E. MURPHY,
New Westminster.
April  30,  1910,
ters, members of the legislature, numerous clergymen and representatives
fo several societies were in the congregation.
Suspended Business in Toronto.
Toronto, May 20.���The almost total
suspension of business in Toronto
marked the observance of the solemn
burial service conducted in London
when King Edward was laid to rest
today. Business houses of the city
presented an almost solid front of purple and black, but few of them were
open.
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���YOU NEEDN'T
COME  AROUND
to our ofiice every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be glad to take
your order. Then. too. a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal in your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone Is in good order, and
their numbers are IB and 16.
Coal procured here is crackajack coal, however secured.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
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Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
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Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register tlie Corporation of the Township or District of
M,iay as tlie owner in fee simple, un-
d��r a Tax tale Deed from the Reeve
land Clerk of the Corporation of the
'lowr.s-iip or District of Surrey to the
! Corp n.u'c r of the Townsliip or Dis-
| trict of Surrey, hearing dates of the
21st day of October. A.D.. 190
31st day of December, A..D., 1901, of
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 British Columbia, more particularly known
and described as: Dot 1 in subdivision 24 of block 1 of section 30, block
j north, range 2 west; lots S to 17,
inclusive, of subdivision 23 of section
16, hlock 5, north range 2 west; lots
15 to 21, inclusive, block 14 of southeast quarter section 4, township 9;
lots 6,6, and 7, in subdivision 23 of
section Iti, block B, north range 2,
west; lots 112 and 23, In subdivision
23 ot section 16, block 5. north range
2. west; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11.
12, block 4 of lot 387A, group 2; lots
2 to ti .inclusive, block 14 of southeast quarter section 4, township 9;
lot 5, block 3 of lot 387A, group 2;
lot 38, block 2 of lot 387A. group 2;
lots 21, 22, block 3 of southeast quarter section 4, townsliip 9; lots 18, 19,
block 2 of southeast quarter section
4, township 9; lot 22, block 10 of
southeast quarter section 4, township
9, map 519; lot 23, block 16 of southeast quarter section 4 township 9.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
anv interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in the 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-live
davs from the day of the tirst publication of this notice upon you, and
in default of a caveat or certificate
of lis pendens being filed within such
period, or in 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 1
shall register The Corporation of the
Township or District of Surrey as
owner thereof in fee. And I hereby
order that publication of this notice
for thirty davs in a dally newspaper
published In New Westminster
he good and sufficient sorvice
] Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 2!Uh day of March, A.
D��� 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar,
To David Miller, William A. McCal-
lam Angus Mclnnes, T. G. Stark. William Davis, Henry Praser. Henry
Kells. Harold PonsfOPd, Mien Spiers.
George Stone, Robert Lyness, Margaret O. Cooper, John Roberts, Richard
llosking, Hugh T. Crossloy, John E.
Hunter.
Proiriaent Lady Maccabee
To Speak Here On Monday
(Continued from Page One.)
CITY OF NEW  WESTMINSTER
urns & Co.
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645  COLUMBIA  STREET.
���Hours
for
-������
Irrigation-
The hours during which water may
be used for irrigation In the city have
been extended to from 6:30 p. m. until 8:30 P- m. until further notice.
By order
W   V DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hail, May 18, 1910.
closed the year with a membership
of 2,429, representing $2,583(500 of
protection in force, and the year 1894
saw that membership more than
and.'doubled.
As the membership and funds of the
order increased at so rapid a rate, tbe
responsibilities of recoiuing its business, caring for the details of accounting with the members and the disposal
of the funds, became so great as to
require more and more of Miss West's
time, until at present almost her entire attention is given to questions of
management and policy and the direction of her large ollice at the headquarters of the order at the World's
Maccabee Temple, in Port Huron.
Michigan, and this largely to the exclusion of her former share in tne
Uehl work.
ln her otlice Miss West employs
fifty clerks who are engaged in caring for the immense business interests of the institution which she represents. The accounting with the
hives and members requires a force
of ten, while the other departments���
for issuing certificates, paying death
claims, and furnishing supplies to the
2,750 subordinate brandies all over
the country���keep another large force
busy.
The system in use In Miss West's
office is her own and she has been at
great pains to perfect in every part
the detailed plans for the best results
at the least possible outlay of time and
labor. The statistical and actuarial
department of her otlice bear especial
testimony to her thoroughness and
ability in this regard, being splendidly
equipped for the gathering of statistical information and able to turn out
reports on the condition of the order
at the shortest notice.
Miss West has been editor of   the
Ladies   Review,  a   magazine   for   women, and official organ of the order,
since it was established in 1S95 and is
well known in the press associations.
Miss   West's career  as  one  of  the
chief officers of The Ladles of the Maccabees of the World has brought her
into public notice as a speaker of force
and ability, a writer on the different
phases of the subject of fraternal insurance and a leader in fraternal beneficiary operations, whose judgement is
relied on wherever farsightedness and
good judgment are required. She has
been honored In the ranks of societies
like her own, having held during the
year 1900-1901, the ollice of President
of the National Fraternal Press association.   She has also been a member
of the law committee of the National
Fraternal Congress, and of the committee ou the revision of the constitution, and has for several years been
chairman of the committee on Fraternal Ethics. She was llrst vice-president
of the Board of Lady Managers of tue
St.   Louis    World's   Fair   Fraternal
Building association.
,    Miss West was signally honored in
being elected one of the seven  deie-
'- gales   who    represent    the    United
States National Council of Women at
the session of the International council of Women at Geneva ia LHOd, S i��
has    travelled  practically    all    over
Europe, the tioi)   Lanu,    the Bntisn
Isles, and parts of Asia and Africa, b -
sides having visited nearly every part
of the l'nited States and the countries
on this continent.
will
thereof
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REID & CO
The House of Elegance
601 Columbia St   New Westminsier
Maybe You Have
Noticed
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That we are offering some Cheap
Buys in Sapperton
We have Lots on Buchanan street,
Hospital street, and Blair Avenue.
From $425.00 to ��525.00 and only
$25.00 to handle them.
Also a Splendid Corner on Brunette St.
66ft. Lot with 6 room house (2 yrs. old)
Price is Low, Terms Easy.
The Craig Realty Co
Room   8,  Thomson
Block.
New Westmlster,
Phone   629
B. C.
At Kirk's Hardware
You can get Hammocks and Refrigerators, Screen Doors and Screen
Windows, Lawn Mowers and Sprinklers, Sreen Wire Enamelled. Rubber
Hose and Cotton Hose.
Sherwin-Williams  Paints.
"Ladies' Aid"  Range.
T. KIRK
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS
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���if.����� TAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, MAY 21
The Daiiy News PROMINENT LADY MACCABEE
Published by Tne Dully -News Publish- j,a ?rjr;r/ Pf'T p*j ^Pl'IV'V
tnj. Company, Limited, at their offices, IU jfEAB IlLllL Ufl l?iUi\Uiti
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria	
Streets.
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C'-.,.^3   j&.
���. A. P?ige Managing  Director
Supreme Record Keeper Bina M. West
to   Visit  Westminster   Hive���Her
Interesting   Career.
SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1910.
THE   PEOPLE'S KING.
Yesterday wire lai 1 to rest, within
ihe precincts of the regal home cf
"Windsor Castle, the mortal lemalns
of our late belo\ed King, Edward VIL,
of glorious memory. In our own city
and throughoul the Dominion of
Canada the sad occasion was suitably
and solmenly marked and observed.
Hut one has to look to the great
metropolis of the woi Id for a true
Indication of the deep seated spirit
of grief which the death of King Edward has awakened.
lf  any   proof  were  needed  of  the
reverence   and   affection   entertained
ior the dead  monarch  by the people
of England this is afti rded by the circumstances connected with the lying
in state during Wednesday and Thursday and the performance of the last
sad   rites   yesterday.     Hundreds   of
thousands of persons bore testimony
Jo the national sorrow by their silent
participation in the solemn ceremony
of conveying the remains from Buckingham  Palace to Westminster  Hall,
whilst   thousands   afterwards   passed
reverently  around  the bier.    So  general was the desire to pay a last mark
of   respect   to   their   dead   sovereign
that vast crowds remained in waiting
through the night  in order to Becure
the precious privilege when the doors
of the historic fabric were opened in
ihe morning,  whilst   many thousands
more, expectant and anxious to gain
this esteemed opportunity, had to go
away  disappointed.  Again, yesterday,
immense crowds, a vast proportion o'
which   had   held   their   places   in   the
streets through the hours of the night,
look part in the sad ceremony of conveying the remains to their final resting place. It is a notable circumstance
that   these   crowds   were   composed
mainly of the humble and the poor.
It is perhaps difficult for Canadians,
knowing the late King only by repute, to properly appreciate the feeling of intense grief, thc awakening
of a sense of deep sorrow which has
resulted among the English people
from his decease. Hut the character
and proportions of these crowds connected with the final stages cf the
ceremony of Interment hear sterling
testimony to the great popularity���
using the term In its worthiest and
hest sense���which the late monarch
enjoyed and the affection which he
inspired In the breasts of the people.
This same splrll of reverent admiration and esteem was wont to be dis-
played towards Edward VII. in his
Jife time. It was no uncommon thing
for his late majesty to drive in a
plain open carriage through the strets
of London without guard or any display of cer. mony, other than two
mounted policemen as outriders, and '���
to receive the respectful salutation of
every man in tlie streets along which
Jhe passed.
If Edward VII. goes down in history
.as  "Edward  the   Peacemaker"  as  he :
almost    certainly    will,    for    in    his
greater  sphere  as   Sovereign   lt   was
In this direction that be exercised his
talent and made his influence for good
.so universally felt, lie will he remembered  by  his  loving  subjects  as  the
"People's  King."    it   is safe  to  say
that   no   monarch   has  ever   enjoyed I
the loving  goodwill   of  the  people  to
the same wonderful extent  that   King '
Edward   did.    It   was  always  his  pe- !
collar  delight   to   participate  in   the
avocations and  pursuits, the  recreations and the joys of his people. Many
an   incident   has   been   related,   and
many   a   story   remains   hereafter   to
be told of his kindly personal inter**;'. I
in nnd  sympathy  with  the humblest'
or  his   subjects.    On   such   occasions j
.the King became a simple English gentleman,  though   lie  never forgot,  nor
allowed any who might be tempted to
forget,   that    he    was    King.     In    his
recent  review  of  the  life  of  Queen
Victoria Lord  Weymss has spoken of
that.   In-loved   ruler   as one   who   was
in   character   first   and   foremost   a
l)oiu geoise,    II'  this  were  so.  her  revered and distinguished son was certainly  possessed cf that same  bour.
jjeoise spirit, for he was In temperament   as  one of  lhe  people.    It  was
this  trait in  his  noble and  generous
character that gained for the lamented Sovereign so great and so general
a love by the democracy, and It is
because his  loss  is as the  loss  from
among themselves that the people of
England have Eelt so greatly bereaved.
"Hie loss  to the   Empire Is a  serious
our-,  tO   the   World   at   large   the   loss
is great, but to the people of England,
with   whom   the   late   King   lived   so
nearly,    so    intimately,    and    whose
hearts he never failed to move, the
loss is one thai  will long be severely
.-.*���<,
Miss \V;s;, who will \i>-i: this city
on May 2'.',. holding a public mi ting
in the Odd Fellow's hall, is supn me
record keeper (national secretary) of
r e order rn' the Ladi s of tin- Maccabees of tin- World. Her resldenc is
ia Porl Huron, Midi. She has held
her i rei enl cfiii e sine the < stabl sh-
ment of the order in 1892, ami i ersoa
ally did a great deal of ihe early organization work. She lias a national
reputation as a speaker and writer
and is known as one of the most
astate and progressive thinkers
aniens the leaders of the fraternal
beneficiary system.
She has signed every warrant for
the payment of i�� neiits, amounting in
all to over $7,000,000, and has person-
13    *~"*v\ *     **��M P: \i Lisas
Fire, Life, Accident and  Marine
INSURANCE
AGENT FOR THE SUN  FIRE INSURANCE   OF   LONDON.   ENG.
(Establish I  I   10.)
ACENT   FOR   THE    ALLIANCE    INSURANCE   COMPANY  OF
PHILADELPHIA
I   Have   Buyers   For   Real   Estate
a/
In   New   Westminster
Trapp Block. Columbia  St. New Westminster.
Phones:  Office, 653;  House, 153. P. O.   Box 952.
$1-EXCURSION-$1
TO  CHILLIWACK   ON  TUESDAY,   MAY   24,   1910.
Tlie Royal  City Navigation Company's   New  sua::.;
"
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a        alZ^O
STREAK
will make a round trip to Chilliwack on abovi d . leaving B.l E
Railway wharf, Xew Westminster, al ~! A. M., and will reach Chilliwack about 12:30, giving excuislonists the afternoon in which to see
this GARDEN CITY OF THE FRASER; returning will leave Chilliwack at 6 P. M., arriving in New Westminster about 9:30 p. in.
The   Mackness   Orchestra   will   be   in   attendance.
DANCING   ON    BOARD   THE   STEAMER.
A  limited number of tickets i re on sale a- ll. Ryall's Drug Sto ���
Adults ii.    Children  mule!- 12 years 50 cents.
Light refreshments can be obti ined on board.
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MISS   BINA   M.   WEST
Supreme  Record  Keener of the Order
of  the   Ladies  of  the  Maccabees
of the World.
ally directed the business management
of the order during the seventeen and
a half years of its existence. Us success is said to be in a large measure
due to her clear-sighted business policy, for she has been consistant in her
advocacy of adequate collections to
had liabilities.
The enthusiasm which Miss West
put into her work of organizing, together with the personal magnetism
she commanded and the value of
the life protection she offered, was
so great that the order wbicli at the
beginning  of  1893  had  319  members,
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Ladies' and Gen-1
tlemen's  Footwear
(Continued  on  Page  Seven).
Memorial Services
Attended By Thousands
How do you judge a Shoe  Store ?
You judge it by the range  of   its  stock,   by
the evidence of quality, by its variety, by the
facilities it provides for serving its customers
Judge us by all those standards. You will
find no shoes here that will not bear clcse
inspection. You will find representations of
well nigh every worthy shoe approved by
fashion. And as for variety of lasts, there
are na limits, save the vogue.
A pleasant, comfortable department makes
choosing your summer  footwear a  pleasure
We mention all these things because we
want you to pay a visit to  our  Shoe  Store.
Styles and Prices will Appeal to you.
. E. SINCLAIR
The Shoe Man
(Continued From Page One )
seats In the body of the church. Rev.
Canon d'Kasum, assisted by Rev. C. ���
VV. Houghton, conducted the services
and VenJ A't'chd-eacon Pehti*,eath j
preached the sermon, not ascending
to the pulpit but speaking from tho
stops of the chancel.
In a brief but eloquent address ho
flrsl   carried  the  congregation  In  Imagination   to the grandly  solemn   pageant    which   was   being   enacted    in
London, the heart of the whole world,
and drew a vivid picture of the dead
monarch being carried to his last rest- j
ing place amidst millions of silent sor-
rowing subjects,  his earthly remains
being followed by royalty and repre-
sentatlves of every nation under the
sun;   then   coming   nearer   home   he,
pointed   out   that   In   this   "last   west"
had   gathered   together   for   the   same
purpose as were English speaking peo- |
pie in all the far-flung corners of the
earth  to do  reverence and  homage to
the memory of the death of a great
king, a great Englishman, and a great
man, a man  whose mother, "Victoria, ]
the Good," had left blm a great  work j
to   complete   and   whose   last   words
were. "I think I have done my duty."
Ile   pointed   out   the   critical   state
of the Empire and especially of England   at  tlie   present   time,   when   the
liberals   were   marshaled   against   the
unionists  in  a struggle  which   might
result in some of llie greatest constitutional   changes   ever   effected   since
the beginning of English history. Eng.
land could sorely spare the diplomatic
sovereign  at  this crisis, but Ood In
his goodness had seen fit to take him
away.     In   describing   the   place   the
great   king held ln  the estimation  of
his subjects he used the historic quotation  concerning Washington,  "First
In  peace,   first  In   the  hearts  of  his
countrymen,"  After  the  Peacemaker's
quiet reign he could not be described
as Ihe flrst in war.
Ile prayed that. King deorgo might
follow in his father's footsteps and
guide the nation through the troublous times as well as his father had
('one and he urged the congregation
to be unswerving in their loyally to
lhe new king and to the old Empire,
in conclusion tho archdeacon spoke
feelingly of the dowager empress,
Queen Alexandra, "The Sea King's
daughter from over the sea," and of
llie  present  Queen  Mary.
Northern Crown Bank!
HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG
President   -   Sir    D.    H.    McMillarv,   I    AuthoriZ(,d   Capita|    $6,000,000 J
K.C.M.G.,
_   _        ,   ,, Paid  Up Capital    $2,200,000!
General Manager���R. Campbell. | r i
Bills of Exchange, Drafts and Orders on all Countries bought and sold.
Canadian Bankers' Association   Money   Orders
sold.
Collections made in all parts of Canada, and in
foreign countries.
$1.00 OPENS A SAVINGS ACCOUNT
J. E.  HAWKSHAW,  Manager New  Westminster  Branch
O
LIMITED
Extra Special
ress Goods
54 inch All- Wool Panama for 50c per yarr\
In  Brown,  Navy,   Re eda,  I' ve Grey, Cardinal and n
selection of staph ill       suits  '���   fi     separati     klrl
sails.   This matei lai I                   and      plcndid wld
wide.   You cannot         tl this an) w hei e in tin   ell
Only six pieces, so If you        Inl    i       I 9et here early,   \.
long al this figure.    On sale to 'aj.   pei   yard    	
��**
Torchon Lace
5c per yard
Valm s thai  v> 111 astonl ih 5 ou
on tiiis table.   Cotlon and 1 ���
Torchons in various widths and
designs:   also   Pillow   Lai e
to     1
inches
wide
tor,
1      !
yard
=Lr.
Cashmerette
25c per yard
Suitable for
dresses, 1 tc, In e
Pale Blui . I.i ;hl
dlnal only; 40 In
tra good valm ;:
See The Novelty Dres.
Linens
.lust  arrived In  our  Wa -   G         Sect I n -no woi '��� -.
busy days among the Su           Buttings  at   this  stort -
leaves bo little to be d             PI       te               I
finish, a taklni  effei    that I    bound to be ] opulai
pearance, and I                                      ���          Ite,     Rose   Res�� i.
Champagne, Brown, Pale Blue   ind Nile ai ��� well repn
showing;   2~  inches  wide.     )'��� 1     *
Indian Head
Suiting 15c yard
We have not advanced our
prices on this popular White
Suiting, and we do nol  Intend
to as long as our present BtO( k
holds OUt. Same old price as
last year. Get some now. Per
yard,  15c, 20c, 25c and   ....30c
30c per yard
New Vesting!
It   you   want   SOI  ���
���;  in a White
Bpecl these dalntj !
ll    .    BO rich in a;
the laundering qua .
are unsurpassed,   P<
30c   and   	
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I    Two Lots and a House
Size 66x132 facing on sixth and  Fifth  street   near  Fourth ;>Nel
Price $5000
Terms l-:i cash, balance t; and L2.
P. PEEBLES     *
Phone   307. 620 Columbia    St. New Westminster, B. -fl
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WAfcR NOTICE
Notice is hereby i^Men that an application will be m-eie under Part \. oi
the "Water Act, 1 ./���>���.'," to obtain a license in the South Westminster Division of New Westminster District,
(a) The name, address and occupation of the applicant: .). E. Murphy,
occupation, dairying and fanning.
Ho 'l'he name of the lake, stream
or source (If unnamed, the description is): Bprlng on Lot 11, Hlock 2,
Subdivision of Lot HI).
(c) The point of diversion: At the
spring.
id)   The quantity of water applied
for   (in cubic feet per second):   One-!
eighth   cubic  foot.
(e) The character of the proposed
works; Tank at. spring, pipe from
tank   to  dwellings.
(g) The purposes for which the
water is to bo used: Dwellings,
dallying and stock.
(k) This notice was posted on the
30tb day of April, 1910, and application will be made to the commissioner
on the I'.lsl day of .May, 1910.
ll) (live Ihe names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or Whose lands are likely
io i.e affected by the proposed works,
either above or below lhe outlet:
None. .1. E. MURPHY.
New Westminster.
American Officials Mourn.
Washington, .May Hi). ��� Presldenl
Tall, the members of his cabinet,
justices of the United Stales supreme
court, the entire diplomatic corps and
practically all of official Washington
attended here today a service in memory of King Edward VII. at St. John's
Episcopal church.
r
Notorious Thief Deported.
Chatham. Oni., May 20.���Eddy
Qiiinn, a notorious thief sentenced lo
three years in Hie penitentiary for
valise switching on a Sovereign bank
clerk at Tilbury, has been deported
to the L'nited States after serving half
liis sentence.
NOTICE.
Knights   of   Pythias.
All members of Royal and Granite
Lodges,Kniglils of Pythias, and visiting brethren, are requested to meel
at the Castle hall on Sunday, May
22, at <i:::n p., m. for the purpose of
attending divine service in St. Stephen's church,
A. I'. GRANT,
Secretary,
New Westminster, May 20, 1910.
The WES5ELI0N DIAMOND!
We carry In stock an assortment of BLUE WHITE WESSELTON ���
Prices  in  Kings  $40  to  $100.
These  goods  are  the  BEST  procurable in Canada, and i'( a ���"
ure to show same.
HOWARD   AND  LONGINE   WATCHES.
Chambeiiin's JE^<*
Ryall Foot Powder
25c per box.   Try It.
Ryall's Drug Store
EYES  TESTED   DY   OPTICIANS.
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li ith have been much ex- *3B0 0;u'h- on terma ���"��� *m --'^ ;UUl
llu-   balanve   in   four   ha.lt-> oat h   pa>-
���  ���  e top, you must turn  mints.
���   Pacific coast, where
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���   tminster  cluh    proudlj
the Minto Cup. emblematic of
' -hip    of   Canada       Now
���:  is a   natural    lacrosse
1 the British Columbia
1 ie what  St. Catherines
'   '  ll nlian   l.aci OUS BSSOCia-
.11 to tbe National l.a- ticket! on Thunday,
i i laee where lacrosse
ilrthrlght,     Thn   team
Minto Cup from tho
.I ont real two j eai i aso
essfully    defended    it
nmsolis Of Toronto last
ninety   per   cent   native
,s players thus combine sp< ad,
'he other requisites of ia-
Man* Received)
s SO  n m    VniK-eiiM-i   and  Victoria
iiiciudtnp  i'   B   matter,    and    sip>-
(except  Tu��eday)  .���������.  d  C   Rlec<rk
railway,
9 00 to lOtOO a in   Btrawberrj um
8i>iinix  is   here-how   about   those j,, oouriei (Tvieadaj and Frldayl
the
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i  MacLachlan  concert, Opera
May   25,     Box   plans  opens  at
Saturdaj    morning;    ad\ ince
The Bohemian Cafe will ln fututo
be open all night,    special arrange
nietits  for  private  panics
\\ ig a m    Vancouvei and vletorla
via  (',    N    R
S  SO a in     C   P   R   e.-eil   itli��l  tl Rtttl
Bnpperton, Praaei   Mtlli ami  Coqull
Inm
11   00   P in       C    P    R     c:\nt
i nn p,m    Vancouver, Central Parh
and  Praser   Ann
i jo p ui    Easl Mm iinhv h\
I 80 p m    nurqultlam, b)
.-, i:, p in    Maine M\d I
eluding all U B pnlnti
I oo p ni    i|,,v elatoke l
P    K    Inlni inrdhilc  point!
way,
1:30 pin    Btrnwberry
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: n ttnesa with a life-long ex-
: each other's play  att:l tho
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plea*
ELER
' mpllsh their downfall, how-
-l:' become the life work of cer-
'      '""Pie in the sister city  of Van-
mid they  are    Bcouting    the
:"'' material for the purpose.
li,! " gathered In stars from the
1   i isti
At  throe o'clock yesterday afleriioon
every car mi the lines of lhe B.C.K.H,
in Vancouver and New  Westmlnstei
and on the inlerurhan lines was slop
ped for three minutes as a token ol berland  and  smith  Wralmlnstei
mourning for the death ol King Bd> courier (Tuoadaj and Prtdayl
ward.    The  power was idnil  Oft al  the        i   :ai   pin      l.adiiei    and   dOWtl   rlVPl
power house and on  lhe whole svilem   points,   HJftSl   Ituiualo, QUSensbOl'O and
11 tu
.   lo
moving,
'Solo Special'
i'i" (luhs:  Howard and Hon-
l        '  "ie Shamrocks of Montrc-
1' Griffiths,  P
coring  and   Adamson
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���Cl>mseh8, and many another be-
,     h;is yielded to the lure of west-
j       old ;'"l gone to help lower  New
I    tnunater'B colours, till  now Van-
I    '! has twenty-four men to pick a
there was nol a wheel
l\i'\ the habit, smoke
cigars, bavano Qlled.
For a pleasanl  co il drink, try  the
ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. *
Anything In our line 10 to 20 per
cent. Baved tor you,    Fales,
a payment of $-"'
South  WeBtmlnBter
ti. Kennedy, Ltd.
leinand.
procures a. lot  In
trom  Hale  Bros,
["hese lots are In
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' ""���" and la living in antlcipa- great demand.
1     or moving the coveted silverware The steamer Trader came In yei
������  ' -n'li'""-.;    wm ,hfty    d0 "7 terday with a general cargo from Vi<
hce'lSir; ,Ur"ln^. otm*f torla.
Burquitlam, by oourloi
;'   JO    P ui      \'ain-mn 61       mid      I'lpel
Biding, via ���'.  n   it  north
3 p ni Cloverdale, Nlcnmrltl, and
Porl Kells, daily. Clayton on Tuesda).
Thursday, frlday and Hnlurda) ��� Tyne<
imad on Tuesday and Fi Ida) i Bon Ao
cmd, Tuesday and Friday,
.\ no p iii    Vancouvei   i Bui naby
Lnko  Ma it  0, IClei irlo railway   Bai
unlay nn extra mall Is despatched to
Victoria via Vuiicuiivai  al Lhls houi
Blaine  and  Beattla   Including  all
U.  H.   points, OaSl   mid  smilh,   vln   the
(1. N. II. "Klyer."
LAND  ACT.
"ween a hunch of stars und a
Li   ��� ,i?   ,m   i,ni1   whtlo   Vancouver
' former, Now Westminsti
f "'  lmve  both,
L'^jway, theee twi
it   when  the  cup  l��
New   WnatmlnMor   Land   Oktii't.
Take notice thai James  Batsman,
occupation, atone-
cutler, Intends to apply for permission
acrosse on to purchaM tha following deicrlbtd
ir up- to worry aboul tho
l0Bt    An(, th.,i  is nol  lik'-iy  to be of Vancouver, B. d
i��o teams make up tor '., year ���, go,
���in h-..!      ""H "f n"| 1,ll,i-1'1 Colum-     Anyway, n  will be
. , " "i"1 nil the professional la- the Pacific slope long after the pro lands
la wesl of   the   Great ���,���,,���, iH rtead   for the British Colunv
' WafeaSue boasts a live Intermediate ."..������   ' .-<������< -r ������ --..ii --ion.
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Jl; H .,,,"'" B&me who predict that
I        .; "'"'"in i win booo be bac.  to
,,;;,   "crosse,    that    once    New
i.      ,   ;   "' 'o��es the Minto Cup the
I    ..,  ,,"" KI"-'H to siippm-i a profea-
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The folks oul  there   t em  to be too
in...-, harvesting bumpoi w,";'r f'rop9
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April 20, 1010,
Applicant,
JOHN F. HAGOB,
Agent.
A I nil I.\n��-> ot I i c*\\
VEGETABLES
and FRUITS
Lettuce
li ppi iipn,i
Strawberrii
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Cabbage
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Radishes
Cherries
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Green ()nions
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Tine Apple
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Green Peas
'���   Hoi.   for   Ii0
Bananas
.10c per donen
Large
Navel Oranges
35c per do*en
The Pec pie's Grocer
PHONE 193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
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INSURANCE
FIRE ACCIDENT LIFE
Employ*"'a   liability,   Marine,  Atitntnohita
l.lva  Stock
PUT Hiil POLICY nn TODAY
TOMORROW may be TOO LATE
1 devote my tlino solely to insurance  and  so enn   ..ive  every risk
my   careful   and   prompt   attention.
My   rates   are   tbe   best  obtainable and I write for only reliable
Canadian  and  English  companies.
Call and see me and 1 will be glad to give you Information and
particulars. )
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
Phone 62.     "The Insjrance Man"    6S7 Columbia
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,
may
1910.
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
WANTKD���Tl) EXCHANGE 35 1-2
acres of good land al Lincoln station, Langley, for Westminster city
property. Value $3000, Apply li. r.
Securities, Ltd., Dominion Trust
offices, Columbia street, -New Westminster.
OPERA   HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
May i'l���Juvenile Bostonians.
.May 25���Jessie MacLachlan.
.inn,  2 ���Dorolby .Morton.
June 30���The  White  Squaw.
Society
Good Opportunities
i-AND
ACTS.
.Miss Gordon from  Victoria,
iting friends in the city.
WANTED���A  GIRL  AT  ONCE.    AP
ply, Ko> al i Ity Laundry.
WANTED ���FIRST    CLASS    WAIT-
resst-s.    Go   i   *\.i;-es   paid.     Appi)
Central Hotel.
WANTED���MEN AM) BOYS TU
work in can factory as helpeis. Apply between 7 and :�� a.m. Cliff &
Sons.
WANTED���A THIRD i'i.ASS ENGI-
neer for sawmill. Unmarried man
preferred. Apply l). 1>. Hall, Chilliwack, I'.. C.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  ln5 Third  avenue,
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOML-
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with,
ln the railway bolt in British Coluni-
liu. may bo homestea ded by any person who is the sole head of a family
or any male over is years of age, io
tii,- extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be maue personally at
the- local land office for the distrlcl
In which the laud is situate. Entry
by proxy may, however, be made ��n
certain conditions by the father,
mother, son. daughter, brother or els-
ter of au intending homesteader.
Tlie homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one ot tlie following
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
eacli year for throe years.
(2) If the father (  or mother, if tne
Mrs.  S. I
short  visit
. Faulkner paid tlie city a
this  week.
Capt, Amesbury of Vancouver, i
over to this city on Monday.
Janus Bi sl one of the city's plom i i
residents is paying a visit to relations.
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Mrs. Duncan C. MacGregor of Glen
Lyon   Farm,   visited   tlie   city   during
tlie week.
��    ���   ���
Mrs. j. G. Davidson, of Vancouver,
visited  ber mother, Mrs.  1). S. Curtis.
this week.
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Sir C.  Hibbert   Tupper, of Vancou-
BREMNG & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
We Can   Deliver the  Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldg.
Corner  Columbia and   Begbie Streets.
New Westminster B. C.���Phone 686.
0 .:
Exclusivt   Prop rties
Advertise,
Too  Long to
ver.   was   m
of  the  week
the   city   tlie   early   part
Properties  in���
XEW WESTMINSTER, BURNABY, SAPPERTON, LULU ISLAM). SURREY, LANGLEY, CHILLIWACK, SUMAS, VANCOUVER,
NORTH AND SOUTH VANCOUVER.
Write or
C ime and See
liculars.
rs ie,- par
WILSON, COOK <��. CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank    Bldg.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit,
ADD Ti) WILSON  .^   Cl M IK'S AD
BURNABY���bnap. 8 acres on Murchie
11 -.ul.    $    pi r  acre,  easy   I' iiiis.
New Westmisu-r Land rv
District   of   New  W, ,    SH
Take notice thai   vi       ",18,er-
nan. of Vancouvi ;.,
occupation contractor ****.
pl.V     foi'     pel nil,     : JStQ|
following descrl
Commencing  al        M^^^^
the SOUthl asl | olnt "Ni
ale  about,  four   Mi, J
ber   limit   Nn.  38" ! I
and westerly and -n", "(,e ""ftlJ
SURREY-Ten  acres    choice    water- erly   ., I1(1   the   ( ly m ^
frontage In  N.  W.   t-4,  S cti m    8, t(1 plac ��� ,.,������,,. i
Township !'.    I'i ice  J25U  pei   acre.  ,-������,.  .,,.,.,,,.   morp "'tu.mj
Easy terms,                                        i
linne
���anc)
oilet
Five
Oper
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Client just   from   the   East   wishes  to
bU)   a ,", ay 6  I ( i eel;.,.: in   a
low  in ar school anl  car  line.
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ALEXANDER
J.   I-'.   I!Ale,,
March   17.   1910.
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THREE ACRES���All in fruit; five
i oomed house; oul bull lings, etc.
A line paj Ing borne, I ie- id tei ms.
SURREY���10 acres on Scott road,
close  in;   only   $80  per  acre.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Bragg, of London, England, were visitors in the
city on Tuesday,
FOR    SALE
half block
car.     Will
who  win
cither   loL
ciiucu.
FOR   SALE.
- TWO    GOOD    LOTS
tie;., Park entrance and
une   Im   1,1  party
build   a   %'JiiO   house   on
Address  O.,   cuie   this
Mr.  ('.  W.
father Is decased), of the homesteader  couver, was
Craig, barrister, of Van-
a frequent visitor to the
FOR SALE���SURREY; SIX AND
One-half acres on Scott load near
Kennedy station. Price $oT5 pel-
acre, $alil) cash, balance easy. Owner, BOX  2't,  CollingWOOd   East,   1'.  U.
South Vancouver.
FOR SALE���HIGH POWER AI'TO-
mobile Iroadster) in good running
order. .Might exchange lor real
estate. Room S, Westminster Trust
Block, City.
FOR SALE���NEW MISSION PGRNI-
ture, made to order; square dining
table, large high-backed couch, live-
leafed screen, four dining chairs
and foot stool. Set for $42. Phone
18'J, City.
r- si les upon a farm in tlie vicinity of
the land entered for, tin- requirements
a? to residence may ba satisfied by
Bach person residing with the lather
or mother.
{?.) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land own^d
by him in the vicinity of his Homestead, the requirements as to residence
may bv satisfied by residence upon
tho said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
:be given  to tiie commissioner of Dominion  lands  at  Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal   mining  rights   may   be
leased   for    a   period  of     twenty-one
t years at an annual rental  of   .1  per
acre.      Not   more   than   25U0   acres
shall  he leased to one individual or
!company.      A royalty  at the rate ot
five  cents  per  ton  shall  he  collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
city  this  week.
Mr.
BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
We Can   Deliver the  Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldg.
Corner  Columbia  and   Begbie   Streets
New Westminster B. C.���Phone 68b.
SURREY���70 acres on Clover Valley
road, near Hjorth road; $125 per
acre; easy terms.
LAND   ACT.
New   Westminster   Land  Die-  l
District of New W,   ��� ninito*
Take  notl ie    i . ",:
clow b ol   \ ancou' er,  n   ,
tion, building Inspi - .     . ���:
ply lor pei mis.- Ion ti   ,
lowing describi d 1 :
���  ������
A   SNAP���Three  acres of  fine  garden
I : d   fl uil    'and    near    H .mi    hie ;    a
, (.ne;-.    Price $350  per acre, i a
terms.
FOR SALE���GOOD VIEW LOT ON
Seventh avenue; 66 x 148; between
Twelfth stieet and cut-off. Price
$1,000, easy terms, owner, Box 27,
Collingwood  East.
N.B.���Unauthorized    publication   of
this  advertisement  wlll    not  be pain
FOR SALE
Launch, 'J 1
long. Apply
Harvey,  853
���V    GASOLINE    CABIN
2   foot  beam,   35   feet
for   particulars  to   G.
Ramage street, City.
FOR SALE OR RENT���Modern furnished, six roomed house; close to
car.   Apply, 4:11   Sixth street, City.
FOR SALE���SURREY; TEN ACRES,
S. D. 13, northwest 1-4 section 19,
township 2. Price $250 per acre;
1-3 cash; balance (1, 12 and 18
months. Address N. B., News Office.
Real Estate
vs.
Mortgages
FOR   SALE���GOOD    WORK    TEAM
(2,800 lbs. I. Sound. Also wagon tind
harness (new). Apply A. N. Mac-
kay,  Burnaby  Lake P.  O.,  B. C.
FOR SALE ��� MAGOOX STRAW-
berry runners. Specially grown
from young plants. Four dollars
per thousand. L. Claude Hill, Burnaby  Eake.  P.   O.
FOR SALE ��� SPEED LAUNCH
"Vlte." 33 feet long, 4 feet ii inches
beam, fully equipped with 10 H. P.
four-c) Under "Cowle" engine, together with dynamo. In first class
working order. Speed 14 miles per
hour. To he seen at our docks,
Front street. The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LKT���FNFURNTSHED THREE
rooms; electric light. Apply 233
Eleventh street or 740 Columbia St.
FOR RENT���ROOM FOR ONE OR
two gentlemen. Apply 205 Carnarvon street.
TO RENT���UNFURNISHED ROOM,
Apply corner Royal avenue and Seventh street
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
for one or two ,udios, close to car.
615 Hamilton street, city.
TO RENT ��� COMFORTABLY FUR-
nished bedroom. Apply 713 Trew
street, city.
LOST.
LOST���DOG. WATER SPANIEL;
brown and white. Answers to the
name of "Doughey." Kindly communicate with Mrs. 10. King, 610
Fourth street.
LOST���POCKET BOOK CONTAIN-
ing sum of money and valuable
papers, Name on pocket book, S.
N. Lupton. Finder please return
to Kelly, Douglas <fc Co., Front
street  and   obtain   reward.
LOST ��� SILVER WATCH, SWISS
movement, No. 1527333, case No.
30452H; 15 jewels. S. S. Cameron
will pay a liberal reward to finder
on returning same to Daily News
office.
LOST���On Columbia street between
Alexander and Sixth streets, silver
brooch trimmed with gold. Kinder
return to the City Paint Shop, 37 j
Alexandra street, and receive reward.
LOST���THURSDAY NIGHT, CUFF
with Masonic bar cuff link. Finder
please return to News Office.
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LABOR AGENTS.
��OAST LABOR AGENTS! MANA-
Ker G. .1. Sykes), 02 Powell street,
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompl
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us 11j>. wiie or
write if unable to visit us.
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��   are beginning to feel that out-
��� side   property   is   now   nearly
��� as high us it is worth. Thev say
���
��� that   the   old   stock   exchange
z   axiom is good which says "Sell
��� when everyone wants them;
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��� buy when no one wants them.'
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��� have  done  pretty  well by real
��� estate     and    are   now   buying
��� mortgages. They say that seven
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��� to eight  per cent,  is good  for
J such  high class, gilt edged se-
��� curity���In fact there Is no se-
T curity better than a mortgage
+ on  improved  real estate which
��� has withstood all the scrutiny
z given morgages which passes
*> through our hands.    They   feel
��� that    with     such       mortgages
��   thev  can  sleep  pretty  comfort-
f
��� ably���no  anxiety  as   to  a  pos-
T sible drop in value.
a If  real  estate  has done well
��� for you, or If you are for any
_, reason   looking   for   the   great-
��� est security in investment, It
J will pay you to see us and
�� talk    over    the    matter.      Our
��� knowledge is at your disposal
J without  charge.    Years   of  ex-
��� perience and study of financial
f matters of all kinds fit us to
I speak with some degree of au-
f thority.
T. J. Trapp and his daughter
Miss Niia Trapp returned during the
week from the Last.
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Mrs. Thomas Kirkpatrick visited
Mrs, .lohn E. Lord on Monday und
Tuesday of this week.
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Miss Rhona Lain, daughter of Mr.
N. II. Lain, of Vancouver, visited
.indue ami Mrs. Howay, Carnarvon
street for a few days.
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The many friends of Mrs. Polng-
destre are sorry to hear of the acci--
dent she met with on Tuesday evening, caused by a scantling being
placed across Sixth street near Queens
avenue.
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A lecture on "The Evolution of
Modern University" will be given by
Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A.. 1'Ii.d'.,
before the University club at the
board of trade xorns on Monday evening  at  8  o'clock.
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The magazine of the San Francisco
Call  of  April  24.  contains  an  article
hy   Mrs.  C.   G.   Henshaw   on   hunting
a**r big   game   in   British   Columbia.    In
*y this the attraction of this country to
* sportsmen   and   women   is ably   men-
J tioned.
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��� Society   turned   out   in   large   mini-
J hers to witness the play "Tlie Prince
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia nnd   Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
City���Lot on Ninth street, near Third
avenue.    Price only $800.
City���House on corner lot near
Queen's park; modern; six rooms.
Price   $2,400,   $500   cash,     balance
monthly.    Worth Investigating,
Lulu Island���Twenty or Forty acres
on tlie North Arm road. Price only
$250 an .-ere. 'l'he land around this
lias been subdivided, and is selling
at double the price. This is your
last chance to secure land along the
proposed tram line al this liguie.
Terms  easy.
Hjorth Road���Forty acres at $125 an
acre.    This cannot   he  beati n.
Cloverdale���Forty acres; 10 acres are
cleared and cultivated. This corners
on two main roads, and only a Bhorl
distance from tlie tram. Good for
a few days only.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner  Columbia  and   Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
LANGLEY��� ,-,J   acres,
S.    E.    'i    of    See,    J,
the
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1 er } ear.
,;.    i ca ...  balance
Commencing  al
lie S. E. point I
in channel betwi en C     itain.J
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- e    ��������������� i land; tin ,
erly.  BOUtliei I)   Bl ll  ���
i   t o 111 e p I u c i
containing 10 . i
SIMON HE
IN r  Jl
April 20, 1910.
CITY OF  NEW  WESTW NH
Tenders  Wanted.
Tenders  will   be   i   i
dei b1) ned   up  to   VI
G   p.   in.,   for   i v. < nt;
t 22 lo lbs i of 6 lni ;.
of  l inch Cast iron '���:
inch   in   thickness.
6x4   inch  T'B.
Pipes   must    be   I
ci ack8 i y otl ei   - ���
thickness     of     11. eta!
LANGLEY���160 acres, S. W. '. of Sec.   vertically,   and   covi
CITY���Lot 2 and 3 In Blks. 6 and 7
S B, 9 on Sn enl h avi nue. Pi Ice
$i 50 i .ich: easy terms.
BURNABY���Two ' . acre lots near
tram line and Btore. Price $300
each;   easy  terms.
BURNABY   SNAP -
li.   L.   136.     Prici    :
$1,000 cash,  balance  I
months.
34 acres in
,000; leitiis.
,    12   and   IS
16,   Tp.   10.   2,000,000
fir.    No timber le   1
small   mills   in   the   v
f, el   of  goo i
A number of
.us  Smith's or  ol
lion.      l'ipes    tO    I
cinlty.    Price  sic Bplgots and se,
$4f>  per acre;
and 2 years.
1-3   cash,   balance   1
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of Tonight" at the Opera house on
Wednesday night. Among those present were Mrs. Henry Doyle, Mr. Roy
English, Miss Keary. Dr. and Mrs. J.
H. Jones, Miss Lewis. Mrs. A. J. Mc-
Coll, Mrs. J. H. Crelghton, Mrs.
Charleson. Miss G. Bruce Corbould,
Miss Corbould, Mr. and Mrs. J. II.
Diamond, Mr. G. W. Scbroeder, Miss
Payne, Miss Harvey, Mr. Langford.
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It was most unfortunate that such
a small audience greeted Dr. Porter
at his lecture on Tuberculosis; Its
causes, prevention and cure last  Pri-
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
WILSON,   COOK   &   CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank   Bldg.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
Tenders to be n .-,|
Water l'ipes "    Ti.. ..:)
dd     l.ot    Ilei . SS 11 Uj
VV. A. DUNC ' I
City Hall. April 2fi, 11
WA i"^l'  NOTICE
Re Lots 29 and 30, Block K, St. An-
ihi w's Square, Map 165, New Westminster City.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 1726F issued
in the name of Aulay Morrison, has
been filed in this ofiice.
Notice is hereby given thai I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, Issue
i duplicate of the said Certificate, un-
LAND   ACT.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take   DOtice   that   .lames    llateinan,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, stonecutter, intends to apply for permission
to  purchase  the  following  d Bcrlbed  or
lands:
Commencing at a pest planted at
the southeast poinl of a small island
lying about 10 chains north of Nelson
island: thence northerly, westerly,
southerly and easterly, along the
shore in the place of commencement;
containing 6 aci es more or li
JAMES  B VIKM \N,
Api lb-ant
JOHN F, BAOQ8,
April  20,  1910. Agent.
day   evening.     Willi   a   simplicity   o.   less in  the  meantime valid objection
anguage that comes only from a thorough knowledge of one's subject, Dr.
Porter held the deepest attention of
his listeners for more than an hour.
Mayor Lee introduced the speaker and
at the conclusion of the lecture thanked Dr. Porter for his most instructive
address and regretted that more people were not present to hear the
speaker. Mrs. Eddy and Miss Munn
���contributed solos that were much appreciated.
be made to me in  writing.
C.  S.  KEITH,
District  Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Ollice, New Westminster,  B.C., Mav 6, 1910.
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*\ I'm never settled; move, move,
t move, all the time. I'm in the bag-
J i gage and transfer business and move
that you give me some of your busi
ness.     William
day; 421, night.
Medley,   Phone     664,
A Seasonable Appetizing Lunch for
| business    men    is    provided    at    the
i "Royal   Cafe"  at  exceedingly   reasonable pr'^es     Quick and flrst class service.    Come and bring a friend.   Main
I floor Dominion Trust block. **
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE DAILY NEW
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone  695
or leave orders  at
The   Arrow   Press
near The Daily News Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
Notice is i 11 e'. ���   t an a
��� ation will : e nv ���-���    -
the  "Water  Act,   1
cense in the Bouth
sion of New Westml
(a)    'I he i me j
tion  of the applicant    '  K Mm
occupation, dali j Ing
i bi    The name of tin M
source   i if  unnai
tion  Ib);   Spring on  i ;.
Subdivision of Lot
(cl    The point of dl '������'.'���i
Bprlng.
Id)    The quantity >���'.  ���. leripf*
for   i in cubic  feel pi "~|
eighth cubic foot.
i i    The chai a<'.. r of I
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Pianos  from  $325   up
Organs, $75 and up.
Singer    Sewing    Machines,    $45
and   up.
Edison    Phonographs,   $16   and
up.
Victor   Gramophones, $31 and up.
$5 Zithers for $2.50.
Violins  from  $3 to $100.
Guitars, from $6 to $45.
Mandolins from $4 to $35.
Banjos, $15 and $20.
Accordians from $3 to $12.
One   Second   Hand   Piano,  $250.
One   Second   Hand   Piano, $125.
THE     HOUSE    WHERE    YOU
GET   A   SQUARE   DEAL.
J H. TODD'S MUSIC
HOUSE
Columbia St.   New Westminster
Six Lots en bloc, situated
between 8th and 10th avenues
close to Cumberland street, on
the highest point  in the city.
Price $1650 for the bunch.
Only $600 cash required, balance easy.        ....
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N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
PHONE 515        CURTIS BLOCK       657 COLUMBIA ST
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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Under Auspices of
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l ..-Columbia  Street���G65
w Westminster, B. C.      .
Return of the Famous
Juvenile Bostonians
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Musical Comedy Success
"BERTA'S BILLION
Mortal Keinoins of
King Laid to Kesl
(C -.' uued from v,f-\'- !.)
NOTICE.
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PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
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DAILY NEWS
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Every Girl an Artist
Every Artist a Girl   *
Prices 25c to $1.00
Seats on Sale at Tidy's Florist Store.
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and   M - '������ ������  City.    A  general
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��� dents In   all    pai ts ol   the
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Weekday Schedule
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20,
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Can leave Vancouver for Westminster al 5:50, 6:50, 7:20, 8:00
and everj  half houi  thei e ifter until 11:30 p. m.
Return  Fare:   Adults, ';"<-:  children  under 12, 35c.
Sunday Sche-duli���Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver al 8
a. ni. and every half hour thi reafter until ll  p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. m., 9 a. in. und
everj half hour then after until ll :30 p.  in.
Sunday  Excursion  Rates:   Return fare, 50c; children, 25c.
Freight Scheduh���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouver
at 7:20 a. m . 11:20 a, m. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver tor Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City LlmitB I.in'���20 mlnul   service from 6:15 a, m. to 11 p. ra.
Sunday   Service���Half   hourly between 8 a. m. and 11  p. in.
Sapperton  Line���20 minute service, from 6:25 a. in. to 11:10 p.m.
Sunday  Service���Half hourly between 8:30 a. in. and ll p. m.
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WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
. I). BRYMNER, Manager.
AND
Bieral Waters
I Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
Children's Dresses
Xj. birtch
HENLEY
few   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Ihone 13. Office. ElgMh St
The White House
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617 Columbia Street
���2 Acres at Tlmberland
'outing Yale road. $3500
, balance to arrange,
uire at
S. O. PAULSEN
Timberland P. O.
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GOOD    FRIEND     ALWAYS
you di i osit  your money for
P'ety In The liunk of Toronto
J "ill be safe while vou leave
|t and i, ady when you need it.
and it win be
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"��W   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
J- Oracey, Mflr.
see Joseph Travers
7-roomed house, all modern..   Price $2,400;  small cash payment,
balance $20 per month.
8-roomed house close to car. Price $2,500 on easy terms.
Rooming house; 21 rooms; good  location.    Price  tor  lease and
contents, $1,200; $300 cash.
10-room modern houBe on ful Bizc lot on Third avenue.   Trice only
$3,800.    Kasy terms.
7-roomed modern-house cIobg to  Columbia Btreet.    Price   $2,200;
$,riim cash, balance like rent. ,
Two r.-nH.iued houses close In.    Price only  $1,100 each;   on easy
tei ins.
U-roomed house; close in. Price $.".,000 on easy terms.
We have houses for sale in all parts of the city and on very easy
terms    Consult us If you want to buy a home.
Two lots on Twelfth street   Price only $1100 for the two; 1-2 cash,
balance over two years.
Two lots on Twelfta street ear line.    Price  only $850 each,   1-8
cash, balance 8, 12 and 18 months.
Two lots corner ol Regina 1-size lot on Third avenue.   Price only
$���> (Hill- \-'.\ cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
"two lots on comer of Seventh  avenue and  Fourth  street.    Price
$1 300-  1-3 cash, balance 6 and V2 months.
'  ' One full-sized lot on Nanaimo street.   Price $660.
i rata r' -md  11  ncav Windsor   street   backing   on   Cunningham
street     $2,100 per lot; i* cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
lot on Hamilton Btreet   Price $650 on terms.
Two lots on Edinburgh Btreet   close to Twelfth street.   Price $1,300
'"wetave also 5 and 10-acre blocks In Surrey ranging from $125
and up.   See us about tbem.
Travers
REAL ESTATE
Walker Block, Next to Todd's Music  House
AUCTIONEER
Phone 703
foi ti ii, the emplt e wa i repree inted
in the long {-niiiiiin which | e d< l
the .mi caniage. An offlcer of the
In er's sl iff, mounte I,   hea led
H ���   ii     lon with the bands of the
Ho se told ': valry. The T< ri Itorlals
and Colon! I troops i anu |i I be I
i then other \   I coi ps
orabli
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i Infantry, Foot G lai Is,  I
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i .i       Iry of the I id regl-
mi        of Hoi i        ry.
llie Royal M and ar-
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Itar.   attaches ol
foi-e! ,n ol   :ers of the
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banns jila;.        sal
offlcei
by the Earl
Dttki   of   Norfolk,   an i
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rodi     etween the <
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all  In brilliant a and i
llni p of rulers   heli s to
i-1 n c i     o    ���   ���   I     t a t e s
and   special   i i lors,    Including
Colom i Itoosei i ll as representin
(Jniti ;���
Enormous Gathering.
Il i doubtful if e > many i eople
v ��� i e i b ore si en ln London. At
ihe Mall In St. Jame's sin et, and at
Hyde Park the throng almost overwhelmed the procession. The police
and soldiers had to fight to prevenl
the lines being swept away by the
crush. Here several accidents to
sightseers occurred, broken limbs being sustained in numerous instances.
As the procession drew up at Pacl-
dington station, where thi king's remains were to be entrained for Windsor, the crowded gathering outside the
building saw the royal mourners arrive in the follpwing order; Flrsl
file, tlie Duke of Connaught, King
George, Emperor William; second file,
King Haakon of Norway, King George
of Greece, King Alfonso of Spain;
third file. King Ferdinand of Bulgaria, King Frederick of Denmark,
King Manuel of Portugal: fourth file.
Prince Yussol'f Zyyedin, the heir apparel.t of Turkey, King Albert of Belgium. Archduke Francis Ferdinand,
heir to the throne of Austria Hungary, fifth file, Prince Sadanaru Fu-
shlmi of Japan, ('.rand Duke Michael
of Russia, the Duke of Aosta. representing Italy, the Duke of Sparta,
who is the crown prince of Greece,
and Crown Prince Ferdinand of Rou-
mania; sixth file. Prinee Henry of
Prussia, representing the German
navy, Princi Charles of Sweden,
Pi ince Henry of Holland, the Duke of
Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, the down Prince
of Montenegro, Crown Prince Alexandre;- of Servla; seventh file, Prince
Mohammed All, Sal l Pasha Seulifa-
kir, Waben Pasha ol Egypt, the Sultan of Zanzibar.
Then followed the princely and ducal representatives of German states,
the members of the royal families, the
Duke of d'Alencon and Prince Bovara-
dej of Slam.
The royal saloon wliich conveyed
the remains by rail to Windsor was
upholstered In purple unci white silk
and a catafalque erected in the center
supported the casket.
The ear was occupied by King
George, Queen Mary, the Queen
Mother Alexandra, -eight other so v-
eriegns and near relatives. Special
trains followed with the high officials, foreign representatives and special envoys.
Arrival at Windsor.
When the royal train arrived at the
station the body of the monarch was
again   placed   on   a   gun-can iage   and j
the procession was reformed with the
addition   of   the   ambassadors,  ministers and other representatives of for-!
eign states.    Thus it  passed  through I
the purple-draped streets to the castle
and into St. George's chapel.
The clergy who were to conduct
the service were at the chapel when
the cortege arrived. They were the
Archbishop of Canterbury, the Archbishop of York, the Bishop of Winchester, the Bishop of Oxford and the
Dean Of Windsor, the three latter
representatives being llie prelate, the
chancellor and the registrar of the
Order of the Garter.
In St. George's Chapel.
As the minute guns boomed and the
bells tolled the casket, borne on the
shoulders of Grenadier Guards, was
placed on the catafalque before the
flower-covered altar. The Lord Chamberlain and Lnrd Stewart took positions at the right of the catafalque.
King George as chief mourner stood
at. the head of the easket. His majesty's bodyguard of gentlemen-at-
arms stood at the left of the bier with
axes reversed. The funeral party filled
the edifice and overflowed into the
prince consort's  chapel   to the south.
There was a moment of profound
silence when positions had been taken.
Then tlte Archbishop of Canterbury
and the Bishop of Winchester advanced to the casket. The choir
chanted ".Man That Is Born of Woman," and the congregation recited the
Lord's Prayer, the low rumble of
many voices being accompanied by
Gounod's music. The service of the
Church of England was followed
throughout.
Following the Lord's Prayer the anthem "How Blest. Are They" was
sung.
The Archbishop of Canterbury pronounced the solemn Benediction, after which, with the Bishop of Winchester, he knelt before the altar in
a moment of silent prayer.
The body of Fdward VII. remained
before the altar, later to find a permanent resting place in the royal
tomb In the Albert Memorial chapel.  .
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ARCHITECT
Room   6,  Guichon Building.
Phone   631
WOOD   WORK,  AND X _z
REPAIRING   OF   ALL |
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ARCHITECTS
625  Columbia  Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. C.
And   at   336   Hastings   St.,   W.
Vancouver,  B. C.     Phone 3650
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   38?
Cloverdale
E.M. Carncross & Co
Real  E-Jtnte
Insurance, Lo ins, Conveyancing
Notaries Public
ey   l-'ai iu   l.ali lg a   Specialty
Local  Ai i ats:
Cloverdale   Improvement Co.,
Ltd., and  P.J, Han & Co.,Ltd.
Cloverdale, B. C.     L. D. Pbone.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner   Eighth   St.  and   Fifth  Avenue.
PHONE  370.
I  W. RICH
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.Teaming and Ex
pressing,
DEALER IN
730  FOURTH   ST.
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PHONE   R527
B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading  Co.
'   '*|   Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   12
SB
New Westminster
Box  13^
Eastertrook  Milling Company,
Eburr.e,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7  per bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL. .$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL ��5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
wn f\ *   o n     flour and fekd merchants
McQuarrie & lo. ������
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West End View
Lots
In Lot 10, Sub. Block 12, between 8th and
10th Avenues, to the east of 18th Street.
Price .350, ore quarter cash, balance 6, 12
and 18 months. These lots are close to the
new cut oft', and you will be wise if you step
in now a id secure them.
Two Good Buys
2 nice lots on  Hamilton  St..   all cleared,
50x150.    Price $800 each cash, or $1000 on
terms.
Lot 7 on 11th St., Block 19, Sub. block 7.
Price $750 on terms.
Maple Ridge
120 acres of good land, close to Mission City
Price is $35 per acre. $1000 cash handles
this.   Ea'.ance on very easy terms.
The British Canadian Securities
Company, Lim'tei
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:    The Dominion Trust
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  AY 21, 1911
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to announce to the citiz ns of New
Westminster and the travelling pub-
lb-, that on and after May the 23rd
its doors will be open to cater to your
nn ' exacting wains. Evei:��� i
; r hearl di sires In i he lini ���
grade foo 1 . irve 1 hi re.
The Hassam pavem nl Beems to be
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v. orkmi ;, were 11 .��� Ing t'o i emoA e i he
cot er from a manhole i hh i I ad bi n
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The Y/estniinster Modem
Business School
You are goln ��� to hear Jessi    Mac-
1.    Iilan,    '-1 sure  j our  s< ats    b .
i bey are all gi mi.
Until further notice the Dank of
Montreal, Nov Westminster, wlll be
open  for business Saturday evenings
from  7 to 9 o'clock.
Some  cf  the  stores   kept   open   in
tlie morning yesterday, but everything
was shut  up tight  in  the afternoon,
even     the city  market   closing  down
- I early.     The   hotel
A business education should be pur-  [rom one till four.
bars   were   closed
chased once: therefore you wan to be
practically Instructed In the branches      Dine
Which are used in every day business   today.
at   the   Central    Hotel    Cafe
It   possesses   distinctive   fea-
The proper place to dine is at the
Bohemian Cafe, Depot Hotel block
i   -   besl of everything. **
Je si     MacLachlan   Concert.   Opera
ilouse,   May   25.    Bos  plan  opens  a
Tidy's   Saturday   morning;     advanc
tlcke ts on Thursday. **
South Westminster property i>
handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy,
Ltd.   Call In and see them, an '. thej
wl 1 put Inf. re you some good tilings.
The new Trinity Lutheran church,
built at a cost of $4,500, will be dedl
cated tomon ow, si n Ices being held
in the moi i Ing and afternoon, Tin
following ministers will take part i
Right Kev. Mr. Hougei
Rev. Mr, Wold, of 1 -
ma; Rev. Mr. Ross and Rev. Mr.
Sierrdal, of Seattle; Ri \. Mr, Ed
������'��� irds, i ; E\eieti: r'i \ :'r. Moe, i I
��� 0 :. Wash., and Rev. Mr. Xorby
of  P lUlsopo,  Wash.
The Oliver Typewriter Agency at
74G Columbia street is being constantly asked for stenographers, You
can li am the Oliver at home. S( \ en-
ti en i ents a day pays for i:. See lie1
ton E. Sands and ask bim to ti 11 y< u
all about it. **
For Geraniums, Dahlias and all
lands of Spring Bedding Plants phoni
Davis' Greenhouse.  It 208, **
To   Furnish   an  Ofhre,   see   W.   E
A  Btore filled  with  ways ami means to aid you In Bolving the problem   of   whal   I
holldaJ   brlDg8  Bome  extra demands    Small i r lai  e wan! i can full)    and    tin
,   departm in.    Shop early as late shopping  Is hai I on all the i embei    i I
Another Shipment of
w
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Bl
ouses
life, and at a minimum cost
do  our  students  get tlie   best  to  be
obtained but also the benefits of our
efforts  in  securing  positions.
REMEMBER, WE ARE OPEN FOR
DAY SESSIONS THE ENTIRE YEAR.
Not only I tures  that  place  it   absolutely  in   a! Fales. **
class   by   itself,   bead   and   shoulders
above the ordinary eating establish-1 Tlle notice of the incorporation o
ment. We satisfy the "inner man." Gaskell, Odium ^ Stabler. Limited, i
Meals at all hours. Opposite tlie contained in the current issue of th
B. C. Electric Depot.
A. L. BOUCK,
���10   Columbia   St. Principal.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcnes for Ladies from I12./5
np.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watehvs.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
B. C. Gazette. The firm is capitalized
at $200,000, divide 1 Into $100 shares
One of the articles of incorporation
reads as follows: "To establish competitions in respect of contributions
or information suitable for insertion
in any publication of the company,
place, a nice, quiet cool place to_have|and (0 offei. and ���r;,m prizeSi rewards
For  spring  plants   or  cut   flowers,
phone Davies' Greenhouse. RJ08.     **
Have
"Royal."
that   cup   of   "Tea"   at   the
We   are   now   in   our   new
ice Cream and Cake. All cur Fresh
Crushed Fruits are in. Step in on
your way down town today. Tlie
Royal Cafe. **
and premiums of such character and
on such terms as may seem expedient."
We have experienced considerable delay   In   obtaining   prompl
delivery of many lines of our blouses. Factories are all wo k
Ing overtime to catch up with their orders. We were Indeed
glad to see arrive this shipment of wliich we now speak. It contains a splendid showing of white and colored waists In I illored
styles with white collars, and a few styles fancy in design show-
Ing new yokes and collars of Maltese hue and fine Insertions.
Special   showing   for   Saturday and Monday;  each, 85c to $3.50.
The reserved seat sale for the Juvenile Bostonians, who are appearing
here on Tuesday under the auspicas
of the Native Sons, is now proceeding at Tidy's florist store. A large ��ePot Hoteh ��� Opp. C. P. R
number of seats have already been
taken  up.
Some men transfer their affections]
but I transfer baggage, express and |
household goods. Call 664 days or 421 j
nights.    Wm.  Medley. **
SS��� 5��. I   Holiday Hosiery
: 35c-Merchants' Lunch -35c
From  11:30 to 2:30
STORAGl
,     HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
Simmers' "Toronto Parks"
Lawn Grass
Seed
is the Best. What
is the sense of sowing inferior seed
We protect our customers by destroying all old seed.
Spectacles 50 cents up
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR  KODAKS
AND  SUPPLIES.
Mr. J. 11. Todd has just received a
carload   of   pianos���all   by   the   best!
��� makers.   Call and see the new stock.*
Have you a house for sale?   I have!
I the   buyer.     S.    Fader.      Phone    712. j
| Dean   block,  opposite   Bank  of   Montreal. **
The members of Rose of Columbia
j Lodge,   S.   0.   K.   B.   S��� will   meet   at i
;the lodge room tomorrow evening and !
form  in  parade order to proceed  toi
Queen's avenue church for divine ser-i,
vice.
I handle every trunk as If it held
a stick of dynamite. Wm. Medley.
Call 664 nights or 421 days. **
See Fairs for Bed Lounges. Guaranteed goods at prices cheaper than
the  cheapest. **
Life to me is just like a game of
'bickers���when you move 1 move.
William Medley. Baggage, Express
and Transferrin!?. Phone 664, day;
421, night. **
The  Northern  Crown Bank bng toi
announce that  they  will  be open  on I
Saturday   evenings    from    7    till    9
o'clock. **
SATURDAY.  MAY 21,  1910.
SOUP
German Barlej
Consomme
FISH
Pried  Codfish au Gratin
SALAD
Lettuce and Beet Salad
ENTREES
Stuffed   Ox   Heart,   Brown   Gravy
Baked  Shortribs  Heel' with  Spaghetti
Stewed Tripe with Spanish Sauce
ROASTS
Sirloin of Beef, au Jus
Leg of  Lamb,  Mint  Sauce
Stuffer Ox  Heart,  Brown  Gravy
VEGETABLES
Mashed and Steamed Potatoes
Stewe.l   W'liue   Beans
DESSERT
Pumpkin, Apple and Peach Pies ..
Tapioca Custard  Pudding with Cream
Sauce
50c  per Pair.
A complete range of popular colors in fine lisle, plain or lace.
Ai this price we show many shades of Mauve, Old Rose, Pink,
Sky, Champagne, Oxblood, Grey, Wisteria, Tan. and Black and
White. To make the special showing moro than usually attractive we have placed on sale many odd lines of which only on '
two pairs of a style remain. Regular values ranging from 65i to .1
per pair. Sizes 8.2i 9 and 9% inches. All one price Saturday and
Monday.    On   display   centre table.     Per   pair.   50c.
A New- Smpmi
\Vasnable
Neckwear
l let ter  \ aim s   i ha
apparent   in   the  i
just in for our holli
Among the newesi
be  nn ntloned  i hi
Dutch    collars,    laci
h     collars,
Jabots      15   do/.' n
now   being   Bhown;   i
I5c, and 76c.
New Nets
Tor Yokes
Something   entiri
the   Bhowlng   ol   I
:,. ���       A  special  feal
design of each ph 11
with   washable   b   ���
1:1 colors to mati
so  popular   '
per  yard, 85c  to f
Fine Lisle Gloves
35c per  Pal
Cool     and     i   il
i hese   : ne   Bhi er   L
foi   Bummei   outin
These glovi
ig  di
ing,  :-.' w  fasti nei
h      little i oinl ���
aeleotlo
11 ir showing con
��� .     demand.     All   s
, ' j   :-.     ��� s.   pei   p  l
w.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
-"Y. aj
,r ���.JtSSi"'*
Tea Coffee
Dinner from  5 to 8
Milk   _.
I
The issue of the B. C. Gazette published yesterday contains copies of
proclamations proclaiming George V.
king, and others relative to the time Ilf Vou want something dainty and
of the funeral, continuing of offl- appetizing or are in a hurry phone
eers and judges in their portions, I 702 and y��ur order win b<= re-dy when
and to the time or mourning to be y��u arnve at The Bohemian Cafe.
Observed. J-   P.   CASH,   Proprietor.
THE
mi
-   V
1$
IFIPANTS BANK
>h\WX'i
H. C. Mark & Sens    {
Cor. Fourth Ave. and Second 8t.
Our bakery sta).' consists of
our expert, Fred J. Mark, assls -
ed. by Peter Miller, of Gl isgow,
who is an expert from good old
Scotland.    Phone 435. |
> ���wi
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32
>>
HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL, QUEBEC
ESTABLISHED 18G4
trWWmW������ MM
m^r'JK#r^T.�� :��ie.-_t--TFCT^wo��r-f^ra,Tf,;T"'.T'-'
COME AND
SEE US
In Our New Quarti is in the
DEANE BLOCK
Four   Doors   Fast   of   Hank   of
Montreal
We Have Just Received a Fresh
Stock of Popham's Chocolates
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Columbia St.   New Westminster.
10 Acres extra good land, 3
acres cleared; seven roomed
house, bath and pantry, hot
and cold water. One mile
from electric tram. Price
$3500. Terms, $500, balance
easy terms.
AFPLY TO
t & Co., Ltd.
Capital Paid Up���$6,000,000
Reserve Funds���$4,600,000
Total Acsets (over)$66,000,000
This institution is nre of the oldest,  lareest, and best-known  Hanks doing business in C
Having   Hii   Branches   from  Quebec to  Victoria and  most satisfactory   arrangements   at   all   0t"el
points,   it   has   exceptional  collecting and  exchange tacllults.   .
A  GENERAL  BANKING   BUSINESS   TRANSACTED. j[_;
Savings Bank Department
We give special attention to Savings Accounts. You may start an account with $1.00. Interest
allowed at highest bank rate, and added twice a year witl out application or presentation ol
pass book. No delay in withdrawals. Two or more persons may open a joint account, anl with
draw it by Individual cheque.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENING 7 TO 9 O'CLOCK
For the convenience of our customers and to give the wording man an opportunity of i|Tn'''
his   savings,  this   office   will   be  open   for   business  on   Satu day evenings from 7 to ll o'cl ick,
We will be glad to have  the   public  call   and   Inspect   our   new ollice.
New Westminster Branch
H. C. Adams, Manager
����r.T
ADVERTISE  IN THE DAILY NEW3
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