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 White Rock
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NUMBER 134.
HPTEtN MINUTE
01TO VANCOUVER
cl:j;.   Will   Rearrange
nterurban Schedule, Run-
ling Four Curs An 1Iour
Camping
* "WHITE  ROCK," THE  PLACE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
i I
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
PRICE FIVE
TS.
EXTENSIVE REPAIRS
Tfl SAPPERTON CHURCH
Interior    of    Methodist    Edifice    Has
Been   Entirely  Renovated���Bigger
Improvements   Planned.
rtt'estmlnster
' .i readj istmenl o.
During the past two weeks the Sapperton Methodlsl church has been un-
dergolng some extensive repairs. The
Interior of the building lias been en-
renovated and a new  electric
l travel between  New
j nd  Vancouver  on  the
I i- branch has necessi- I ,[,.,.;.
" the  present ;   ,
luie,   und   it   is   an   chandelier installed. The repairs have
f"!'",', ' ,i.,   management  of the- been carried oul under the direction
I allway  that  q fifteen  of the  Ladle*'  Aid  society, and are
\ ���   will   be  given,  com   bul the Initiation of a larger scheme
I time nexl month; this of   developmenl   to   be
will   leave   Vancouver   and   shortly, which wlll Include the erec
,,  every
thirty  minutes
undertaken
l   shortly,   which   will  im-luh
fifteen min-1 tlon nf an up-to-date Epworth league
US   a I
,; ,-. mag ement  Is now  pre-
*' . -Muie necessitated  by
,,- ,| as soon as some ad
',   in  the tracks to
edule   conditions   pro-
service  will  he  In-
lie
, ��� ���������
\"
I "
��� .. new
r"''"
between New Westmln-
room ami the repainting of the entire
building, This latter Bcheme wlll be
carried oul under the auspices of the
Young People's society of the church.
In connection with the completion
of the Interior of the CHurch * eclal
gen Ices will be held on Sunday, Al
the morning service Rev, Dr, Sipprell,
nf Columbian college, will preach,
while  the  preacher  for  the evening
n
ncouver via Eburne will will be Rev. .lames Turner, a pioneer
present ol the province and nue of the mosl
- ,.ii the pan of the B. C. populai preachers of the west.
--  much  satisfaction  to Special   music   will  be   rendered  at
- S'ew Westminster, When i ich service by the choir, which has
ty minute service went   Into recently  been  reorganized  under the
b thought by both the pub- able leadrship of Miss Chastle, a tally that Buch a change ented musician who has recently ar-
the requirements of the rived In the city.   Miss Chastle, her-
.   years to come, and self an accomplished soloist, will situ;
company doubled the al both service--.
p   ting the   Eburne line
few
don  a  few  months  ago
ng to double the ser-
! on thi ne, is a Btrlklng tea-
| d< felopment, both of
and Vancouver.
��� .i  three and a half
In hourly service was
j - ���   ail   requirements,
HELD THE FORT.
Chinaman,   Believed   Insane,   Cleaned
Out  Railway  Station.
Nelson, .lune 24.���There was an exciting time at Castlegar on Tuesday
afternoon   when   Hick  Sin.    Wing,  a
10 PRACTISE HERE
Managing Director Davidson
Asks Permission to Use
Oval Before Cup Games.
In a letter written to Manager ('. A.
Welsh, and received yesterday, Managing Director J. Davidson, of the
Montreal Amateur Athletic association, asks permission to use the
founds of the local lacrosse club for
a few practices before the Minto Cup
games ln which they will play an Im-
1 oi tarit part.
Evidently the Montreal men are
wise in the advantage of giving the
oval with a bad name in the east a
icsi i efore Btepplng on ll for the mug
matches. Prom their poinl of \lew a
few preliminary contests on Que ins
park are desirable, as this will do
much towards familiarizing them with
the only local conditions they are
likely io meet with, ll the repori ol
their Intention to camp in Vancouver
while on the coasl is correct. This,
however, is not assure I, and there is
more than a remote chance that the
Montrealers will stay at Harmon Hat
Springs before and between the
games,
The challengers will leave Montreal about July 6, and expect to.reaoh
Vancouver on the tenth.
Hire is an extract from Mr. Davidson's letter that is Interesting: "Judg-
Ing from tlie reports received In the
east about your team, we are going
to have our hands full lifting the cup,
but 1 can assure ;|>u that our hoys,
even if they do not win, will give your
team a hard battle from the time the
i whistle blows until the gatr.es are de-
I lided."
e flrsl        e trom that  was an (-hi,.,,,,,   cieaned mi the railroad sta-
\                     ���*���������  w1"'  :i  llillf thui  a brick and a heavy office stamp
1   Inaugurated,   This beInR hlB lmplementBi   Before his on-
J              ���    ' :'"'1 Quickly by the .-.,,.,.,,,  ,,,,.,.,. ,���.,.,,Iiants 0( ,)ie 0ff1Ce
I                             hour service In vacated ll  with haste and left him in
eek davs. ami BOje poggeggion of the premises. Later
' bait years am the ., concerted assaull was made on his
l                      was Instituted ail ,.;,.,,,,,! .,,���, be was overpowered and
HIS! URIC PAEACE IS
LEFT WITHOUT AN OWNER
PUBLIC ABATTOIR
FOR ST. BONIEACE
Union Stock Yards Will Be
Conducted Strictly Under
Government Control.
Winnipeg, .lune 24.���Arrangements
have been completed foi' the establish,
ment of a public abattoir and Union
stock yards at St. Boniface under gov-
eminent control. This was tlie information which was contained in tl��e
report  of  the commission  appointed
WORK IS COMMENCED ON
RAZING OF OLD STRUCTURE
Columbia    Street    Eyesore    Is
Torn   Down   to   Make   Room
New   B.   C.   E.   R.   Depot.
Being
for
The 1). ('. E. H. yesterday started
to demolish the old livery stable on
the corner of Eighth and Columbia
streets, ln the disappearance of this
old building fiom tlio center of the
business district of the city Columbia
Btreet loses what Is almost a landmark.
For more than twenty years there
has been a livery stable on that cor
ner and it litis always been called
by the legislature last session, and the Central. Xo matter what changes
which   was   handed   into  the   govern-   have  taken  place  around  lt,  the  old
CANADA PLANS f)
CLAIM ARCI LANDS
Hon. J. C. Patterson Commissioned to Investigate
Ownership of North Isles
niMit today. By tho arrangements
which the commission has succeeded
In making, there will be Union stock
yardt accessible to all three railroads
withoul switching charges, and with
all modern Improvements and ample
acommodation.
The commission recommends the
appointment of a public markets
board, which will have control of the
yards, composed of two representatives from the C. I'. R., one from the
C. N. It., one from the G. T. P., and
one appointed by the government.,
Kates, yardage fees, and charges for
fee ling will be subject to government
control.
The government also is to have -first
choice in tho selection of a site for
the public abattoir.
One   provision   wliich   the  commis-
frame building has always remained
the same, more or less dillpldated and
very uninteresting, hut there all the
same and regarded by many of the
old timers as a personal friend.
At the time of the great ttre, twelve
years ago, the old place was, of
course, In the center of the confutation and suffered complete destruction, but it was soon rebuilt and in
a few years had almost the same appearance as of old.
Before the fire It belonged to C.
Keith, father of ('. S. Keith, the 'and DECLARES WILL COLLECT
registrar, who sold It to Mr. Miller,
who in turn passed it on to S. H.
Thompson, who conducted a livery
business there until a year or so ago,
when he built new stables on Eighth
strept.
After that a moving picture show
Ottawa, Juno 24.���The Canadian
government is evidently preparing to
make good the claim to sovereignty
in Arctic territory over which the-
British flag has heen hoisted by the
sevoral expeditions which have been
in northern waters in the past six.
years. The appoint ment is announced
I of Hon. ,1. C. Patterson "to bo cots*
j missloner to investigate into tiMes ot
I ownership of lands in the Arctic seas,
i whether acquired by discovery, so-
I cured by occupation, or otherwise."
Mr. Patterson will report the result of his investigations from time
to time to Sir Wilfrid Laurier. The
Instructions to the captain who will
sail north in a few days for another
cruise in the Arctic are to plant the
I Hag Upon additional islands in tht>
Arctic regions.
sion has arranged for will be particu-1 flourished  there  until  a  few  months
larly welcomed by the farmers of the1 ago, when the B. C. E. R., which had
BACK   TAXES   DOE   CITV
west. All live stock must be watered,
fed and yarded before being weighed,
thus avoiding the shrinkage which
has been one of the greatest complaints against the Winnipeg yard In
the past.
purchased the site for its new station,
ordered It vacated in order to let the
company proceed with its work.
Milwaukee, June 24.���Socialist Mayor Emll Seidel says the Milwaukee
Electric Railway it Light company
owes the city of Milwaukee $72,000 ii��
back licenses for the cars wliich it
operates and that he intends to collect
the money.
To start the ball rolling properly
the mayor has sworn out a warrant
for John  T.  Beggs,  persldent  of the
The B. C. E. R. will start its new i 8(reet car company, on the charge that
OPEN AIR DRAMA IS
GIVEN IN DANISH FOREST
station there as soon as the contract
is let for its construction
PROSPECTORS   CONVICTED.
State Declines to Accent Bequest and   Fifteen   Public-spirited   Citizens  Guar-
.   .
hniim
proposej bv the Thjs Wft9 tllfl gtate 0f aflaira when
the employment Jame8 wightman, provincial constable
many  cars  and   ���,   kelson, arrived on the  scene by
���V. jr,.
I
I ��� , urban   line   al
fcseni
at
erators than are; the   nlgh,   ,���lin   ;in,i   ,ook   him   in
4BOR REGRETS  DECISION
IO PROSECUTE   ORGANIZATIONS
e  -'l.���A tei,. .ram  was
ut  Taft  by  President
ot   the   Brotherhood  of
|l en  and   Engineers, in
I-       ere, i xpri sslng  the regrets
met Mon   that   it   could   be
���   ��� trj     to    serine    an    Sp-
I the purpose of prose-
I sanitations.
I n   was  In  answer  to  a
[ hy   President   Taft   to
[' rter last night, and which
tin convention.
charge. The prisoner was brought be-
fore W, 11. Bullock Webster, stipendiary magistrate, and committed for
examination as to his sanity. The examination was made yesterday by
Doctors W. (). Ross and 1., E. Hmdon.
The   belief  of  the  authorities  is  that
the Chinaman is Insane, it seems
probable that Hack Sing Winy will he
s, lit in due course to the provincial
asylum  at   New  Westminster.
Will
Not  Allow  Foteigners  to
Purchase.
Rome,   June   24.���The   celebrated
Strozzi palace in Florence, which ls
Considered to he one of the lineal
specimens of the Florentine palatial
sivle in its most perfect development,
is now practically without an owner.
Prince  Pietro Strozzi, the last owner,  died  in   1907,  and  left  a  will  in
v.���: i th he bequeathed the building and
family archivi ���-. which are of great
I storlcai  Importance  to the    State,
anteed the Cost of the Experiment.
uui   his   collectli n   of   pictures     and ed to the purpose
London, June 24.���A noteworthy
addition to the list of experiments in
open air dramatic performances is
be*..; made in the woods of Klamp-
enberg, near Copenhagen. By permission of the Crown, an open air theater, consisting of a line stage, dressing rooms and rows of seats for 4,000
persons, has heen conti ived in a glade,
which, hy reason of Its slopes and enclosing trees, could not be better suit-
Smarted   Mad   Rush   to   Ontario   Gold
Camp  by  Lurid  Tales.
he is evading payment of the license-
Mr. Beggs ridicules the action of the
mayor and a legal battle Is In prospect.
Yesterday Mayor Seidel and City Attorney Hoan hoarded a street car at
the city hall and paid tlieir fare. Ther*
the mayor asked the conductor to ex-
North  Bay, Ont.. June 24.���Black-. hlblt the uoen8e permitting the car to
burn and Jones, two prospectors re- be operated in Milwaukee,
sponsible for the mad rush Into the!    "License!    What   do    you mean?"
Cariboo  lake   district   In  April   from queried the conductor.
Halleybury    and    Cobalt, in which al    -i refer to the license allowing voir
special train was utilized, as the re- to operate this car in the cltv of Mil-
suit of samples of tellurlde ore and.waukee>" said ,he mavor.
lurid  stories  of a gold  strike,  were)    -j haven't anv license and I never
found guilty In the court of general  neard of onC|" ,eplied the conductor
sessions yesterday of obtaining money  and he left the m;iyor abruptly andf
went to collecting other fares.
Tho mayor and city attorney return-
WC VISITS LADNER
K TEMPLARS NIGHT TRIP
SIR ERNEST SHACKLETON
GOVERNMENT PROSPECTOR
family portraits :o the municipal-
I ity. Unfortunately the Prince lett
1 many  debts,  and  before  his    death
mortgaged the palace, and the Ital-
'. Ian government refused to accept the
bequest.    The   municipality,    on   the
oilier hand, is bound by the Prince's
���
by false pretences from Robertson &
Son, mining brokers of Haileybury,
who paid $700 for exclusive Information, and advance staking of Eldorado,
which developed into a stampede and
disappointment.
By consent of Brown's attorney
sentence was deferred'until after the
sessions, and the prisoners were released upon their own recognizances,
their conduct in the interval to be
considered in imposing sentence.
ed to the city hall and a short time
later the warrant for Mr. Boggs' arrest was Issued.
fystreak Cirries Full List of Passen
9'fs on  Enjoyable   Excursion
Down   the   Fraser.
Will   Go   North to  Report  on   Mineral
Possibilities of Hudson Bay Country for Dominion.
i :
Al   i|
BlUgi
1f|l-PU.'i
���tter last
ftlch i
While the utterances of Sir Ernest
Shackleton. as to his future career in
Canada have heen somewhat mystifying, and the explorer has refused to
give  any   clue  as  to  his  plans,  word
  I comes from the London coi respondent
jof a Manchester i England) daily that
wo hundred people took ml- i the hero of the farthest south will
f his life
the Royal Templars of
moonlight excursion to
night.     Tlie   Paystreak,
de-
to
west   of
.      Ui>     bartered for tbe occasion.
I?11* B. i'. K. it. wharf at half past
nded the party at Ladner
'���' llni   o'clock.    After   spending
' w��n hi ur looking around the com-
ta2ce'''��nf *���*>* i)('|,a-ihe ���'*>'���
��� Jj_~*e~> on the home trip about
...""^l. and reached here about
r3Und a half later.
kJift. :'!l '"',s of ,lie committee in
pi ll 'll0 *'X('l"'slon, N. R. Brown,
Irlfa. H   "' '  "lul   ''���   Burr'   were   NV0"
ill  i     i!'' tbe affair, and they, with
Kh��u "cur8lo?l8.t."'  H1",ke  ln   th*lhavc
PUftlt
|t(-n
St    (,,
"ns of   the  courteous  and 1
vote the next few years o
prospecting iii ttlie country
the Hudson hay and along the line of
the proposed Hudson Bay railway. The
undei taking would appear to be of
semi-governmental character, accord-
In., to this inspired writer, who hints
that the construction or abandonment
���f the Hudson Bay railway will be
largely dependent upon the rinding ot
the Shackleton prospecting party. The
writer says:
On an authority there Is every reason to accept. It Is stated that Sir Ernest Shackleton has engaged his services to a Canadian syndicate for au
expedition Into the North which may
epochmaklng results
There are to be ten performances,
all beginning at seven in the evening.
The plays to be given are a national
drama.     "Hagharth   og   Signe,"     and
"Midsummer Night's Dream."    Owing
to the closing of the dramatic season
in Copenhagen it has been possible to
will to keep the collection of paintings|secure the services of the best actors
iu  the  palace,  hut   the  heirs  of  the i and actresses iu Denmark, and an ar-' Discoverer of St. John River ls Hon-
Prlnce wish to get rid of the palace 1 tlstic success of the highest order is
lest they should he obliged to pay the ; looked for. .
testator's debts, hence they insist oni At the first performance, "Hagbarth
the municipality accepting it and us- og Signe" was played, aud the Mining it as a picture gallery. This the Istry and all the best known people
municipality declines to do. j in   Copenhagen   attended.    The price
Several wealthy foreigners, mainly I of seats was doubled on that occasion
Americans, are willing to buy the pal-1 the usual charge being twenty-ttve
ace and pay off the mortgages, but the and fifty cents.
Italian government refuses to allow its j    The experiment  is  being made  by
property  to pass to foreigners.    The a committee of fifteen public-spirited
result  is likely to be that tho palace  persons, who have guaranteed |12.600
wlll remain without an owner for many
years until the tribunals will force the
State, the municipality or the Prince's
heirs to take it.
BRONZE STATUE OE
CHAMPIA1N IS UNVEILED
ored  on   St.  John's  Day  at
St. John,  N.  B.
St. John, X. B.. June :M.���A large
bronze statue of Samuel D. Cham-
plain, the explorer, was unveiled ln
Queens square this evening by Mayor
Prink, Today, St. John's Day, is the
anniversary of Champlain's discovery
It is not thought that they wftl  lose | and naming of the St. John river. The
Dentist Takes Poison.
O'xford, England, June 24.���H. Stanford Burton, an American dental sur-
goon practicing here, today was found
dead in his offlce, heing due, according to the authorities, to poison, self-
administered. Burton was a graduate
of Harvard.
SPANISH CABINET AND
VATICAN ARE CLASHING
n geogra-
extension of civillsa-
1
, phy and In the
"ay  In  which  Captain  Men- ( ,lon     sir  Ernest  has   undertaken
l��I the T80'   Nvilt""0'"e  and  the   rest | ftm 'told, to explore the western side
'"';" handled the large crowd
C. P.   R.  IS SATISFIED
BOT MEN STILL DEMUR
iH0RsE'S BREATH BRINGS
D^ATH   TO   VETERINARY
Lund
,, "'I'hiiirv
Incline
nn, Ont.
lune 24���Dr. .I.J.Scott.
surgeon, died today at  his
.    *'] H'dlm .th avenue, afte
s  Ot   about
an
of the Hudson Bay. that is to say. the
almost unknown Canadian territory
making for the Arctic fringe to the
north of the Mackenzie river, and between Hudson's bay and the Pacific
northern roasts.
Travellers have brought back re-
ports from that region of the existence
of a valuable mineral deposit in that
remote home of the Ice and the snow.
s of the new syndicate-
Montreal, June 24.���Announcement
was made this morning by Sir Thomas Shaughnessy that the C. P. U. had
accepted the award of the conciliation
hoard, and official Intimation has been
sent to the labor department at Ottawa. This places on the men the Initiative as regards a strike.
Officials of tlie sompany state that
as far as they are concerned no further action ran be taken, pending
some official communication from the
union. Although the men declare they
will not recede from their Ultimatum
thov have not taken any definite action, and there is no likelihood of a
strike being declared today.
The situation ln regard to the Grand
Trunk is unchanged.
anything hy the venture. The rain
problem has been solved by an ingenious arrangement by which In ease
the weather ls thought to be unpropit-
ious the decision to have no performances will be announced at 4 o'clock
by a telephone and by placards on the
taxlcahs of the capital.
The profits arising from the performances will be devoted to taking
poor children Into the country.
three  months  from
;''i   of  a  most  peculiar . The im ,  ..,.,,..,
(Cdo_?hlle :"^lng some horses,' which is supported byone^J the great
1      ",H|"i\ it u k���ii��� i   i���...,i���.i .i,���   mli��ov companies In ( aniida, and nas
promoter*
"r'':itli
I way compi
, ,"f \sick animal and soon after-   the approval of the
n,^1-'Poisons developed in lllfl  nii.iii-iii.o abeljef tn gtajjMJ ^
Dominion govern-
cplored
��ery
heia
���for sotne weeks he had heen
.,' "rrtl"y  ill  and  no  hope  was
Decea'��r '"s rPoover>'' i
11(1 gradn    Wlls ln hlB fiftv-flrst year.
Tn"i!it'(1      ll fro,n ,he University of
Emw '  ,ni1 for a time practiced in
Tom there he went to Wis-
onto
"mbro
('"lis|n,
miners
son's hay and Sit
Btantlally supports
taking In exploration.
This new Shackleon expedition, in-
dee5. may at no distani date enaWe
of  Canada  to desine
tion  of B
Ernest will be sub-
mi in Ids new under-
WARM WEATHER HELPS
DEMAND FOR SUMMER WEAR
the Governmenl
11 "'isir.,'!!'1 ",,ul"r "'�� Republican Ad- for or against the coubU-uc
""���m ��'?">' rec��l*ea the appoint-, now   railway  to  Hojjwnj   b
��� n part-
f,.., ������������'��� received the appoint-  new  railway
Ve,<tin,.',. ?ovemor Upham of State which surveys haw. .....
""���>      i,o,,0r Wl����>nsln.   This po* tally made,   if Sir Erne    shotdd   e^
Dr,  sj'tel<l for n mimW ���r mn I turn with proof of the mineral w*s>"
isconsln.   This posi-'lolly made
o number of years. I turn with pr
to   London   several' of t\ic region, no further <
n   the  way
cirire iiMi,un'\hacl Blnce conducted an I remain
1118 city. railway
tncle will
of  building  the
MUST  ARGUE   IT OUT.
Ottawa, June 24.���Prom Information
given out today It ts Improbable that
the labor department will have anything further to do with the difficulties
between the trainmen and the railway
companies. The minister of labor Is
not In the city, but lt was stated that
now that the hoard of conciliation has
made Us award It Is up to the Interests involved to accept its findings
or get together and conduct any further negotiations themselves. The department cannot interfere with the
findings of the board.
local artillery took part in the ceremonies. Tills evening speeches were
made by Mayor Erink, Hon. J. D.
Hazen, Hon. D. A. Landry, representing the French people, and Clarence
Ward, secretary of the New Biuns-
wlck  Historical  society,
UP   ST.   LAWRENCE.
Cruiser Nlobe Will  Demonstrate Trip
Is  Possible.
Government Declares It Will  Pursue
Outlined Program Unflinchingly���
Protest   Is  IneffectuaL
tt lu m.: ���������
Madrid, June 24.���A semi-official
announcement made touight tnuicates.
that the government desires an amicable settlement ol the controversy and
will give the vatlcan an opportunity
to modify Us attitude In the matter ot
its protest. It is set forth that Pre-
miefr Canalejas held King Alfonso to -
his promise, made when the premier
took power, that he would approve-
the governments course, and explains
that the government proposes to pursue unflinchingly the program wutch.
it considers that civilization demands,
and is counting on the support ot alL
liberals.
'today's meeting of the cabinet, prc-
I sided over by King Alfonso, discussed
the government's attitude in tne taco
Ottawa, June 24.���As announced
yesterday one of the llrst uses to
which  the big  second class  training lot the double protest of the vatlcan.
VANCOUVER LEADS IN
WEEK'S DANK CLEARINGS
New York, June 24.���Bradstreet's
state of trade report tomorrow will
say: "Warm weather has stimulated
the demand for seasonable goods In
Canada, and retail dealers, except In
the east have dono a reasonably brisk
business. Incidentally some Improvement has occurred In re-orders, and
business in goods for fall use is look-
"Business failures In Canada for the
week terminating with Thursday num.
ber twenty-six, which contrasts with
twenty-seven for last week and twenty ln''the corresponding week of last ^
year."
New York, June 24.���Bradstreet's
weekly bank clearings:
Toronto, $28,105,000, increase, 4.2;
Winnipeg, $16,386,000, Increase 45.7;
Vancouver, $8,527,000, Increase, 68.7;
Ottawa, $3,327,000, Increase 18.6; Quebec, $2,188,000, decrease 4.9; Calgary,
$3,384,000, Increase, 53.5; Halifax,
$1,823,000, decrease, 2.6; Hamilton,
$1,916,000, increase, 23.; St. John, N.
B., $1,531,000, Increase, 16.8; Victoria,
$2,889,000, Increase, 65.3; London,
$1,177,000, decrease, 20.9: Edmonton,
$1,161,000, increase, 13.; Regina, $943,-
000, Increase not shown.
cruiser Nlobe, which, with the smaller
Rainbow, wlll constitute the nucleus
of the Canadian navy, will be to demonstrate that the St. Lawrence route
as it exlstB at present Is.,perfectly!
safe for vessels of the larger type.
This will be done by bringing the
Nlobe up to Montreal some time this
Autumn after her arrival at Halifax.
and the Spanish episcopacy against.
the royal decree of June 11. 'lue decree amended the legislation and ai��-
thorized the edifices of- non-Catholic
religious societies to display the tn-
Bigna for public worship.
The papal protests were coupled'
with the negotiations between the government and Home for the revision
of the concordat, and recently Premier Canalejas Intimated that unless
The Nlobe ls of twentv-slx feet draft, the vatlcan changed Its attitude, the
negotiations would be broken oft The.
and is 345 feet long, a much larger
type of vessel than the admiralty has
ever allowed to pass Quebec city. The
admiralty has In the past been cautious for the double reason that lt
sticks to Its old charts, which are
out of date and made previous to the
recent heavy dredging operations In
the St. Lawrence channel, and because there hns been no need to risk
warships in trips up the river.
The trip of the Niobe wlll. It Is expected, demonstrate that vessels as
large as the indomitable class can be
brought up the St. Lawrence with perfect safety, which means that ships
of that size can he built as far Inland
as Montreal and floated with safety
to the sea, and this more partlcu'arly
lf the armament is not put on until
the vessels reach Quebec.
vatlcan repiled, and after setting forth*
that It maintained that the decree is.
a violation of the concordat of the
agreements of previous ministers, declined categorically to continue the
negotiations over tho revision until
this point Is settled.
The Catholic objection to the decree
was on the ground that the government should maintain the status ouo-��
pending the outcome of the concordat
negotiations.
At the conclusion of the cabinet'
meeting Premier Canalejas announced
that the government's religious program would be carried out. He said
that the protest of the Vatican against/
the imperial decree of June 11 would
be Ignored, and that the decision *C
the government already announced,
would stand.
nt PAGE TWO.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  jUNe
Id
vi ���
Clossified Advertisements 'REAL   ESTATE
STREET     IMPROVEMENT     DEBENTURE  OR   REGISTERED  STOCK
BYLAW, 1910.
WANTED.
EXPERIENCED WOMAN WILL Assist with housework: no washing.
Beplj to a, Care P. O. Box 269.
WANTED���GOOD BOARD & ROOM.
Apply Box /. X.   Care Dally .News. !
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank   Bldg.
I
GENTLEMAN PIANIST SEEKS EN-
gagemenl for evenings. Write T.
M. News offlce.
WANTED���A WAITRESS AT ONCE.
Apply Premier hotel. 131dtf j
WANTED���COMFORTABLE    ROOM,
with   breakfast.    Central   location.;
Addn ss  P. O.  liox 795, City.
WANTED���YOUNG MAN AS OFFICIO
Assistant,  must  he  capable  stenographer   and   have    knowledge    of |
book-keeping.    Apply   by   letter   to
Box I'd, Daily  News Office.
WANTKD���A NIGHT WATCHMAN
at the Condensed .Milk Factory. 16
Front street.   References required.
WANTED ��� SEVERAL TEACHERS,
male and female, for the public
schools of this city, Applications
will be received until noon of the
22nd inst. Hubert Lennle, Secretary.
WANTED���TO RENT FURNISHED
house of five or six rooms with modern conveniences by July l for
three or four  mont lis.    Convenient
Phone  646.
$90 per acre secures you 10 acres of
good fruit Ian 1 two and a hall miles
tram Hue all cleared and ready for
the plow ;  f 100 cash. 181-A
Fruit farm In Delta. Ten acres of good
land; nil cleared, with pood house
ami barns: 250 bearing fruit it ees;
on good road.    Price $4,000,    Good
ei ms. lTl'-A
Fort George Lands���20,000 acres���
being some of the bi sl land In Central Hritish Columbia, which is lie-
in. sold rapidly In large and small
tracts. On very attractive terms.
Call and get particulars,
DOUBLE CORNER���On Sixth avenue
and Eleventh street; 132x132 feet,
with small cottage. Price $3,500;
$500 cash; balance on very easy
terms. 1T0-C
CITY���Third Avenue���Small house on
lot, si/e .".1 x 120 feet. Price $1,500;
$31(0 cash,   balance on  easy  terms.
(86-C)
City���An 8-roomed    modern    house;
size   of lot,    132x132    feet;    price.
$5,250; $1,250    cash;     balance    arranged.
Bylaw to enable the Council of the
City of New Westminster to raise
by loan the sum of One Hundred
and Fifty Thousand (.$150,000.00)
dollars   for  Street   Improvements.
to  car line  preferred.
Daily   News office.
N. W.  '4 section 8, Tp.  10���160 acres
of good land with 2,000,000 feel  of
���Vpply    '/., j    timbei'.    No timber lease.    $35 per
icre.    $2,000 cash.
I
WANTED���BOY TO LEARN PLUMB-
ing and Unsiuithlng. Apply Jan.. s
& McClughan.
WANTKD���lu   GIRLS   OR    WOMEN
to work in laundry. Wages 15 to
20 cents per hour. Royal City
Laundry, Royal avenue, west of
Eighth street.    1 i. Ahrams, Mgr.
WANTED���TO    EXCHANGE    35  1--'
acres of good  land at  Lincoln sta- ;
tion. Langley, for Westminster city
property. Value $3000, Apply B. C.
Securities. Ltd., Dominion Trust
Offices, Columbia street, New West-
minster.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply 12o  Third avenue.
CITY���Modern house and large barn
on Fourth street. Rented for $30
per month. Price $3,700; terms
$1,000 cash.
CITY���8-rc3mcd house and fully modern on Fourth avenue. Size of lot
is 80x146 feet. Price $4,800; one-
fifth  cash,  balance easy.
BURNABY���Two lots close to store
and tramline. Price $300 each;
terms \,  cash and $io per month.
is.nid,
32-100
raise
LANGLEY���80
acres
N
V?
of
S. E.
\   of
Sec.   lt
.  Tp.
10;
some
clear-
ing,
Price
$35   per
acre
terms
$1,300
cash.
balai
ce
1,   :
>
ind   3
years.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
FOR   SALE.
POR.   S ^LE���TWO.   GOOD.   '!    '
with    harness,
wagon.    Apply S. :���.. Box 1   ������
 -
FOU    E FIVE        .  I     '     ,
aci es,    South    Ni
��� ...
P.   0.   i.
���  ty.
POR SALE-  TEN LOTS IN
ton:
car   ! ���
ext  l
Tu] pei
Northern   Crown
Phons   646.
Open Evenings for Your Ben?
fit.
CRAIG REALTY" CO.
Room 3, Thompson B'ock.
Phone 629.
1   "
POR    SA1
I. Sound.   ��
\.    ,'.
l.a;. '���    0 .     .  i
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO    RENT ���Nl     '!..
roon
busii
.
TO REN r-   Vi RN I   R   I 111.  -   '���.
A-. m : st reet,
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. AP-
ply 818, .Milton stn et.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping to rent. Apply to A.H.
Ferguson, Pythian  Hall  building.
TO   RENT.
TO RENT -- FURNISHED BED-
rooms. 703, Third avenue. Apply
after G p.m. or between 9 a.m. and
6 p. m. at Room 14, 623 Columbia
street. 131dtf
FOR      RENT ��� SEVEN     ROOMED
house, thoroughly modern, corner
Fourth street and Fifth avenue.
Good locality. Will lease for six
months or to suit: $23 per month.
Apply 4J7 Fourth street.
TO LET���THE BASEMENT AND
store in the K, P. hlock; suitable
for store rooms, skating rink, or
moving pictures, etc.. etc.    For par-
' ticulars apply to John Forrester.
Sec. K. P. Trustees, 517 St. George
street. City.
TO   RENT���AN   8-ROOMED   HOUSE
on Seventh street. Apply Wilson,
Cook &. Co., Northern Crown Hank
building.
STRAYED.
..STRAYED���ON TO MY PREMISES;
one black pig. Owner can have
raame by proving property and pay-
ling expenses. If not claimed within seven days will he sold to pay
costs.   Apply 534 Third street.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow  Press
near The Dally News Co., GOO Victoria
Street.
,   ...
���    ' .
���
Ten ac
uned
(
Five  scrt'
���
ers of a i        from 1 :
craigT^ealtTcoT
Room   8,   Thompson   Block.
Phone 629.
u      i          ���--   ������- ������������-*-���  -  -��� hwiimimiiih   ���  *���      -������m*
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia   and   Becjbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
Port Kells Townsite. .Lot 21, containing five acr.s. Price only $600.
A  snap.
10 full sized lots near Eighth avenue
al J300 each.    Kasy terms.
Sapperton���We have a few choice
view lots on Blair avenue very
cheap; $2~> down, balance monthly.
Worth investigating.
South Westminster���[% acre view
lots on car line nt Brownslvlle.
Price $250 per lot; %c&Bh, balance
easy. If you want a home, secure
one at once, as they are the cheapest and nearest lota on the market.
Lulu Island���Lot 26; near the bridge",
containing   one   acre.     Price   only
$2,nun.
^EIlNGTON^ROSr
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
REAL   ESTATE.
I Columbia    St.,    Next    Todd's    Music
House���Phone   703.
Wlureas. certain sums of money
have this year bei n expended out ol
the general revenue of the cit, for
the construction, Improvement and repair of Streets an.! sidewalks, and it
is expedient that additional sums be
spenl In like manner, amounting In
all (with the sums already spent) to
the sum of one Hundred and Fifty
Thousand   ($150,000.00)   dollars;
And Whereas, it appears that if the
said sum of One  Hundred and Fifty
i Thousand l$150,000.00) dollars, be appropriated from  the general  revenue
| of   the   city   for   the   current   year   the
rate of taxation will he excessive, and
I it  is  expedient   that  such   excessive
j taxation  should   be  avoided,   and   the
i said sum should  be raised    on    the
i credit of the corporation, and that debentures   or   registered   stock   certificates   should     be     issued     for     that
amount:
And Whereas, for Hie payment of
[interest on the debentures or registered stock certlflcates, proposed to be
issued under this Bylaw, and for creating a sinking fund for the payment
of the said debentures or registered
stock certificates when due. it wlll
he necessary to raise bj special rate,
in addition to all othi r rates, i ach
vear during the currency of the said
debentures or registered Btock ce.ti-
licati s. the sum of Seven Th"
Five Hundred and Ninety and
($7,590.32)  dollars;
And Whereas, In ordi r to
the said yearly sum of Seven Thousand, Five Hundred and Ninety and
32-100 ($7,590.32) dollars, an equal
rate on the dollar will be required to be levied on the whole rate-
1 ahle pro] ei ty of the City of N. w Westminsti r,
And Whereas, the whole rateable
property ei the said city, according to
the lasl ie\ised Assi ssmenl Roll
thereof, is Seven Million. Two Hundred and Pom-- Ine Thousand and
Ten ($7,240 010.00) dollars;
And  V\ hereas, the I unt of
i the   i xisllng   di benttire   debl   of   the
sal ! city is One Mill! ui, six Hu
and  Sevei    en  1    >u     d   i in    Hundred   ($]     . i   dollars,    rrespi
tive ol      - lit] I  and
��� '! d, Five II
($171,50 i. ' i   dollai -   i to be
1    .������ .   i   : I  Bridgi
0 benl   n   - ���   R
ID10";
ti
'
I 1
i
f
���
���
nd
'   -
��� in.
2. ii        II  b
��� i i i
tO      b
���   e
ndred       ...
..ne shall have flrsl  been appioti
bv a res,.int..-n ol the Council
';. This Bylaw  shall taki   efl
the day of
may be cited as the
menl  Debi nl ire oi
IV,    1"!"."
\   This Bylaw bi fore tin
ing ti ��� b i yy.	
,. . .     ,i-s ol the Haul
-ni, i- required by law.
, ,     the a   ent oi the
day of IMO.
Reci and flni 11}   I -   ' -:
i - mcll the da) of
11)10.
on
i.'i".  and
"Streel  Imj
,,-��� Istet ed Stoi ���
Anal pass-
the   a    ��� I)
city in the
electors
ill
NO l ICK.
notlci    that   the   above   Is
.,  , ,-,,|,-> of the p  iposed Bylaw whli
,       |���.   taken  Into  consideration   i
, ,   .Municipal Council of the Cil
X, .   Westminster  one   month
ti    day of the lirst
by
oi
from
lubllcatlon there
Ihl. "Dally News'' newspaper.
p | ins- publication took place on
-. i.:ii, ,iav of June, 1910, and thai
,, of the electors of the city will
bi ��� .ken on the said proposed Hylaw
��� .,. mii, da) of July, 1910, between
hours Of nine o'cloi k a.m. and five
at the following plai es, i
Council Chamber, Ch Ic
tl
p.m.
The
Building;
-j,,.   ip,ii.  Sapperton;   and   the
,    terworks    Storehouse.      Eleventh  Per centum pe
vearly  on   th.-
��� eet.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk
1910.
!     11,   .lane  11.
SCHOOLS   DEBENTURE   OR
ISTERED   STOCK   BYLAW,
REGIS
1910.
A Bylaw to enable the Council of the
Corporation of the City of New
Westminster to raise ny loin the
sum of Ninety-seven Thousand. Five
Hundred (.97,500.00) dollars for
School   Purposes.
reas the Board
! , of the Cit) of
ster haw caused to
of Schi ol Trus
New    Wl
be i repai e I and
.   ire tin  Council a detailed esti-
b    nt   the  sums  require 1   b)   th
���  iard foi   the current year e oi dinar)
ens a  of  maintaining  th
; cit) ol New Westt
i pi -pared a like detail
��� ��� Imate of the sums  n quln d to
eclal i    exl    ordi
.   ally Incui i by the B
oned i
i  coi ition
���
illy   ap]
I
ereas, tin
:
���     .
!
lng to advance the same on the credli
of the debeiiimes or register d stock
certificates hereinafter m< ntloned, anj
sum or sums of mone)  nol exce< ding
,,, the whole the sum Of $97,51 I    and
In cause the  same  tn  be  paid   iuln I be
treasury of I he Bald city tor the pur-
puses iiieiui med h> rein,
���i. ii shall be lawful for the Muj n
in cause any number of di benl ures
or registered stock i ei till ates to b��
made, nol exci ding in the whole the
sum of $97,500.00 for such sums of
money as ma) be required, nol It ss
than $100.00 each, or an equlvalenl
expressed In pounds sterling of the
i nlted Kingdom of Greal Britain and
Ireland al a value of 4.866 to the
pound sterling; and all such debentures or registered slock  certlflcates
shall   be   s.aled   With   the   seal   of   the
corporation, signed by the Mayoi and
countersigned  b)  the In asurer th< re
Of, or by such in her person or persons
as may be thereunto lawiully authorized.
::. 'l'he said debentures or registered
stock certificates shall be payable on
the llrst day of July I960, at such
place  or  places  as the  Council  of lhe
said corporation may [rom time to
time appoint witli the approval ol the
holders thereof, and shall bear Inter-
(At at thi' rate of four and one half
annum, payable half
fli gi day of Januarj
and th>' flrsl da) of Jul) In each and
ever) yeai and Ihe debi nl un a
hai e attach) d lo I hem coupons for the
pa) menl ol Interest, whi b Bald cou
puns   Bhall   be   Blgned   by   the    said
Ma.M i
4, a Bpeclal rate on 11 e dollar Bhall
be lei led and raise i in each j i ai, In
addition to all othei i t< ��� on all the
rateable i ropert) of the clt). ifflcleni
:,. pa) the Intel eai upon I he debi n-
tures or registered Btock certlH ti -
and to create a slnl i I for the
:       enl of the pi Inclpal the eol .. I en
ibjecl  to any aci oi   enactment
thi       ine
5, Subject  as afoi i said, then
annually b)  bj ei lai rate
the cun enc)  ol I he
said   debentures   or  registered   Bti
tl ficates, tin      im ol  $4,387.50  foi
lyment of Intere -1  thereoi    ��� ���   I
the Bum "'  ���   '        i" proi i le fi
ment of tin   prii    ;   I
C.  The   | ���   ��� lie i
snld  debent    ���     o    n       ei   ;
- sliall be applh d n   follow s,
-
: ���     ���
ereli nd ul! <
���  -
1
Id Ime ti
...
���
F
or
Sa
e���
5-roomed
cottage  close
in;
la
ge
lot
.    Price
$2,500;
$500  cash.
Bi
ilan
ce
on  very-
easy te
rnis.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���office 'Phone 115.     Barn 'Plione 137
Columbia Street
JB��gK��g��   delivered    promptly   to
any part of the city.
Highland Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
For Sale ��� 5-room cottage close in.
Price $2300; $300 cash; balance to
suit, purchaser.
We have some real good snaps in
house property. Call and see us
ahout them.
JOSEPfTTRAVERS
REAL  estate.
Columbia    St.,    Next    Todd's    Music
House���Phone 703.
: :
sums of  i      ��� i n quii   d,
nol   lei n.oo   i a< li,   or   an
equlvah nt i   pi n pounds    I
lng of lhe L'nited Kingdom of Greal
Britain iind Ireland, al a \ : te ol l,86fi
to the pound sterling; and all . uch
debentures or registered stock certificates shall be sealed with the '��� ll
of the corporation, signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by tbe
treasurer thereof, or by such other
person or persons as may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
.'{. The said debentures or registered
stock certificates, shall he payable on
the flrst, day of July, I960, at such
place or places as the Council of the
said corporation may from time to
time appoint with the approval of the
holders thereof, and shall hear interest at the rate of four and one-half [ier
centum per annum, payable half yearly on the first day of January and the
first, day of July In each and every
year, and the debentures shall have
attached to them coupons for the payment of interest, which said coupons
shall  be signed by the said Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar shall
be levied and raised In each year, In
addition to all other rates, on all tho
rateable property of the city, sufficient
to pay tlie interest upon the debentures or registered stock certificates,
and  to  create a sinking  fund  for  the
(payment of the principal thereof when
;due, subject to any act or enactment
I respecting the same.
5. Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rate as
aforesaid, during the currency of the
'said debentures or registered    stock
j certificates, tlie sum of Six Thousand,
I Seven   Hundred  and   Fifty   ($6,750,001
dbllars for the payment of the Inter-1249,010.00)  dollars;
est   thereon, and   the   sum   of     Might I    A,lli  Whereas, tin
Hundred and Forty and 32.100  (JXH).-',lie   existing   debenture
it will be
portion ni
such   pur-
;
I
I purposes, and
Idition
i
: i   -
Ing  thi trill     <
o be 1
.a   lo . '  tlie Publii   .
���������"    as   re-i       ted 1      said   Si
I i   of   the   Public   Schools    Vcl   1905,
Amendmi nl  Aci   1900   and
������   also to appi)   a
the ordinary   revenue   for
l��>ses.
And Whereas, it appears that if th
aid sum of $97,500.00 be appropriated
from the general revenue of the city
for the current year, the rate of taxation will be excessive, and it is ex-
pedlenl that such excessive taxation
should be avoided, and the said sum
Bhould he raised on the credit of the
corporation, and that debentures or
registered stock certificates should be
issued for that amount,
And Whereas, for the payment of Interest on the debentures or registered
Btock certlflcates proposed to be Is-
Bued under this Bylaw, and fur creating a sinking fund for the payment
of the said debentures or registered
Btock ceil ideates, when due. It will
he necessary tu raise by special rate,
in addition tn all other rates, eacli
year during the currency of the said
debentures or registered stock certl-
licates Ihe sum of I'OUr Thousand.
Nine Hundred and Thirty-three and
70 IPO   ($4 933.70)  dollars;
And Whereas, In order to raise the
said yearly sum of $4,933.70, an ei]iial
special rate on the dollar wlll be required to be levied on the whole rateable property of the City of
West minster,
And   Whereas,   the   whole   rateable
properly of the said city, according to
the last revised Assessment Roll thereof, is Seven Million, Two Hundred and
I Port v-nino   Thousand   and   Ten     (.7..
���v orks Stoi i hou i
; City Hall, .lune 11
eleventh stre '.
\V. a. DUNCAN,
Cn.   Clerk.
1910.
LOCAL IMPROVEMENT NOTICE.
r
Hammocks
! Croquet Sets
Pic Nic Basket
_ P>c Nic Plates
j Etc., Etc.
~ MORE rs
665���Columbia StreeMSj
New Westminster, B.C
Mineral Water
Aerated Waters!
Manufacture
d  l,
J. HENUY
NEW   WESTMINSTER, a. c
elephone   13. Office   Flnhn ,
i- ui u s^
*************** ������o.��m<M
|       KORSE    '
SKOESNG
WOOD   WORK.  AM
REPAIRING   OF
KINDS
Benson ��:
/;   Died    Bei
���
ALLfl
m
*a��.r.*^!~*.t,^a an rar ******4**\
III
���
���
���
��� i
-
e 14th
day of J betweei
a., nl
I):     The
Council Chamber, Civic Building:  the
Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the V. al  ���
CITY    OF    NEW    WESTMINSTER
Notice to Contractors.
Tenders for Valves, Gates, Etc.
Tenders are required for the supply
of Gates, Valves, etc., for tho New
Water Main, for pipes of 251n., I31n.
land 12in. diameter. Specifications and
full particulars can ho obtained from
the City and Waterworks Engineer,
| j. W, li. Blackman, city Hall.
Tenders   will   be  received  up  to  6
o'clock p. ni. on duly 4, 1010.
W, A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
1    New Westminster, June 23, 1'jlO.
iota! amounl or
debt   of   the
said city ia One Million, Six Hundred
and   Seventeen   Thousand,   One   Hundred   (11,617.100.00)   dollars,   irrespective of tho sum of Two Hundred and
Twenty-seven   Thousand   ($227,000.00)
dollars   proposed   to   be   raised   under
the "Street Improvement Debenture or
Registered   Stock   Hylaw.   1010;"   the
"Fire  Debenture or  Registered  Stock
Hylaw, 11)10;" the "Lulu Island Bridge
Debenture or Registered Stock Bylaw,
[1010,"   and   the   "Parks   Improvement
; Debenture or Registered Stock Bylaw,
11910," of which none of llie principal
I or inlerest is in arrears.
Now Therefore, the Municipal Conn-
maklng, Improvlhg and repairing of r''l of the Corporation of the City of
such streets and sidewalks in the city i N'ew Westminster enacts as follows:
as may he deemed expedient by the J '��� It Shall he lawful for the Mayor
council, hut no sidewalk or street shall S')f the said city to raise by way of
he made or repaired out of the moneys loan fiom any person or persons, body
borrowed under this Hylaw unless tho or bodies corporate, who may be will
32)   dollars   to   provide   for   the   payment of  the  principal.
6. The proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures or registered stock
certificates shall be applied as follows, and not otherwise: towards
paying the cost, of the passing of this
Hylaw and the Issue and sale of the
debentures or registered stock certificates therein referred to, recouping
the treasury of the city such sums
as have heen this year expended in
street works, or may hc so expended
until the proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures or registered stock
oortilioate.   have become available, the
Tho Municipal Council nf the Corporation of the City Of New Westminster
having by resolution determined and
specified that ll is desirable in carry
out tha following works, that ls to
say:
To construct cement concrete sidewalks on both sides of Tenth stieet
from SIxtli avenue to Tenth avenue,
except on the east side of said Btreel
hetween Sixth and Slghth avenues,
also on both .idp. of London, Edinburgh, Dublin and Hamilton streets,
Eighth and Seventh avenues between
Tenth  and Twelfth  streets.
And that the said works shall be
carried out In accordance with the
provisions of the Local Improvement
General  Hylaw,  1909,
And the City Engineer and City Assessor having reported to the Council
In accordance with the provisions of
the said bylaw upon the said
works, giving Statements showing the
amounts estimated lo he chargeable
against the various portions of real
New property to be benefited by the said
works and other particulars and tho
said reports of ihe said city Engineer
and City Assessor having been adopted  by the council.
Notice is hereby given that the
said reports are open for Inspection
at the Ollice of the City Assessor, City
Hall, Columbia street, New Westminster, B.C., and that unless a petition
agalnsl the proposed works above
mentioned, signed hy a majority Of
the owners of the land or real property to be assessed or charged ln respect of such works representing at
least one-half In value thereof Is presented to the Council within fifteen
days from tho date of the llrst publication of this notice the Council will
proceed With the proposed Iniprovc-
men's under such terms and condi-
tlons as to the payment of the cost
of such Improvements as the Council
may by by-law ln that behalf regulate
and determine and also to make the
said assessment.
Dated this 9th day of June. A.D.,
1010.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date of first publication, the LOth
day of June, 1010.
A   GOOD     FRIE
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and I
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earn I tli;  tor you
Interest    Small or
may be deposited at any 'i'i"1-
80   BRANCHES
In   Ontario,   Quebec   and   <he
Wetst.
CAPITAL    ....
REST   	
$.,000,000
4,750,000
Bank of Toronto
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   0.   C.
BRANCH
J. Gracey, Mgr.
Vfi
|t Sale1
1   dot (lt
White Star-DominioDl
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw,   14,900  tons.
S.S. MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,    14.900   tons,
largest   and   most   modern.    '
commodatlon  equal  to .my cl
Ing the  Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply t0
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
The
Ac-
S3'
NOTICE!
TO REAL ESTATE MEN
My properly is taken off the mai
until further notice.
'     JOHN JAMBS BJPFORD.
Bapperton, B. C.
kct satu
rdaY, JUNE 25,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAQE THREE.
-^ND REG'STRY
ACT.
iTaKe"01106
that, an application has
.    register  Duncan Bell
111,   ,,w.icr in fee simple, under
111����!",.   l.-d from BL A. Wilmot,
B����.Br0I dykes,
*H
lipec'
M
to   Duncan   Bell
'date  the   13th  day   Of
b.fln 1907 of all and singular
pe, <u' ,,,.r| or tract of land
ki ' ;',,.;, ,ate, li lng arid being
PPren!trici ol N,'w Westminster,
[the J,"^   ,",. 0I  British  Columbia,
i>!ie '!,'',   , .'\   known and desci ih-
|orc r:l' ' ..",.,, .��� iea of the southeast
���, section   18,  Township  3,
larter oi     ( q| ,.(h M(,,.Uiian.
.i-r "*���. t]    .  claiming through or
IV | .,||  persons claiming
W.^s\ in thi  said land by virtue
��!'in ���;;rt. '.-iiaed Instrument, and
ltlV   '!���
uU.nr.ing
any   Interest   in
;' ,i,,et,t, whose title
,,. |   , - er the provisions
'���    . ' ittrv Act," are requlr-
1    wn'"'   ' '   "  ' a :0 0l ,he 'aX '''"''
I"1'    ,        |     ���;. fly.   davs fiom the
t su   u,   a.. ,  pua! cation of this
. ,     an .   in  default   of a
., ,i,'i a'e  ot   r.s  pendens
I wid In sue i i crlod, or In
��� | ilon "f'u: registra-
,,,, i ,.,-h of yen will be for-
,' j,,M] and Aebam d from set-
hie
kci
t
I
i
lalm to o   la r< Bpecl ot
mid  I  Bha .    rei   tei
Hall   as  owner   thereof
',. - i berel y 0' It. thai pub-
qi lie   [or   thirty   da\s
p i;- -! pi bllshed In New
e good and sufllc-
|
���
i
It*
will
, ....
l . nd Registry Offlce,
y. r-(,  'nee o' 1
Oth nay of April, A,
���    S. KEITH,
1 (strict   Registrar.
''.������i: ani nt Loan & Sav-
i ippenhelmer   Bios,   Ltd .
G. VV, Lelshman; J. \V. Hi ������'������
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice thai I. It. A. Tretheway,
of  Abbotsford,   B.C.,  lumberman,  intend to apply to the chief Comml
sloner of lands at   Victoria,  B.C., lot
a license to prospect toi coal and pi
troleum on and In the following i e
Bcrlbed lands;
Commencing at a post marked it.
A. 'I , N. VV. coiner, planted al thi
N. W. corner of Section 29, in Town
ship m, Municipality or Sumas, New
Westminster Distrlcl; thence i .-
chains; thence south 80 chi lni . thence
west so chains; thence north S!>
chains to poinl of commencement and
containing 640 acre
Dated at  Abbotsford, B.C., this 9th
day of June,  A.D.,  1910.
R. A. TRETHEWAY.
MEAT IN ENGLAND      FURMttt s-.ave asks
SOARS IN PRICE1     F0R J0B1N mm
Veritable "Uncle  Tom," Eighty Years i
Due to Scarce Supplies From';    oid, Tens pathetic story to city
Canada and States���Rest Fathers.
of Europe Suffers.
Calgary, .lune  24.���Stories of    the
Blavi   trade   In   the  Southern   States)
with   all   its  attendant   horrors   were
\ I Idly brought to the minds of the
s complaining ol the Increasing j city commissioners   yesterday    morn-
London, June  24.   Tl e   I
'    111 hwo-
prlces of beef, mutton
Is dearer now in London than ll has
I   en in thirty yeais.
i he deat ne  i Ls attributed 1
bu] piles fi om Canada and the
States, and there  Is ������������  demand thai
i British poi ts Bhall be opened to beef
'   Alexander John-1 from the Argentine.   The Importation
lumbei man,  of Agrentlne cattle has  bi en cut  ofl
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take
Bton, of Abbotsford, B C
Intend to apply to the chief Commis- Blnce tbe ou break ol fool and mouth li,w
sloner of Lands at Victoria, B.C., fot   disease Beveral years ago,   There can Pcared qulti
a license to prospect for coal and pe   be no n d ictlon ol beef prices, dealers "'" commissioners and, In tact, (������.ery.
one In tho room, when he said in an-
;. | pork   Beet  "     whi n George Ware, a    veritable
"Uncle Tom,"  who declared  that he
waa elghtj  years of age, called upon
tin  triumvirate and pleaded tor a "Ht-
cant  tie something to do, su thai he might
l nlted h e"
'I hough   "Uncle   Georgo"   has   lost
mosl ni the wool trom the top of his
head, and complained ot having sou:
feet, and carried a stout stick to rein as much as possible, he ap-
able-bodied, and surprised
troleum on and In the following de-
il lands:
Commencing al a posi marked A J.,
\\ E corner, planted al the N, E. corner of Section .0 In 1 owni hip 19,
Municipality of Sumas. New Westmln-
sti r Dlsti lei; them e i outh 80 chains;
thence west *" chains: thence north
v>' t hain * hi ni e easl 80 chain- to
point  ' :  ��� ommencement and con
10   acies.
D Lted ai  Abbott ford, B C.   thli  9th
dav  of June,  A.D .   1910.
ALEXANDER  JOHNSTON,
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
for
(lotice to   Contractors���Tenders
Laying  Water   Main:
I e received by the un-
| the laying and Jointing
rteen (14) miles of 25
t .       |   pipe   and   about   s.���"">
| h ch nnd  13 Inch  Lap
1 tei    | Ipe.    The   tender   In-
|   . n e pipes, fixing of all
:!s,  consti u itlon of
I erts, etc.   Plans, prol
Ip,   ��� ��� dltlons   of   contract
k -nation   may   be o
f city and Waterworks
1 B   Blackman, on re
eipt ol ked cheque, t ilue $50,
��� irned on reci pi ol
bona tide ti A marked cheque
I nt of  the  amount  must
( tender,
receh ��� i  up to 5
1910.    Thi
sot   necessarily   ac-
���
~   A   DUNCAN,
Clt>  Clerk.
���   "      '   .   Westminsti  . Jum
��� i
VICTOR   A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone   681
say. until  Irish | ra a fed i attle begin
ii, arrive in the tall swot to one of the mayor's questions,
The prices of beei In London now u" '���" wa9 "'-'">' -V,,;,IS '" a;''- A"
are high The besl mis Including '' facilities, with the exception ot
rll    and sirloin, have advanced aboul   the n one of 1 n eyes, appeared
one ceni a pound, to twenty-I wo and
t went) -three cents. The bet I cuts of
mutton ai ������ ti inn twent :��� I wo i ent to
twenty-foui cents a pound.
Beef is rising In price nol only In
��� e    trade  England  but  protectionist !Ben
France    In Paris the best ribs   audi     Uncle George   told th(
sl   oin have advanced aboul flve '���'���nts  ,!   :; who happened to
Choice sirloin In the best!fice 'h;'' h" v':is 1,."'M ��. a Plantation
near    Fredericksvllle,   Georgia,    and
Jfrom the time of his birth  until  he
ton  IB twenty-three cents,   in Rome, waf!  tWrty-llve  years of  age,    knew
nothing hut slavery. Ile worked on
the plantation with many other men,
Women and children of his race, and
knew nothing but toil and abuse from
t liis brutal overseers.
"How did you lose the use of your
I in be unimpaired, and bul for the
al ��� n celved by him during his
childhood senktide on the "ol plantation," this would probably have been
jas well preserved as the reel  ol ids
newspaper-
be in  the of-
a pound,
quartet
! eye, Vncle George?" asked the    news-:
A.
CMVIPBELL HOPE
Architect and Engineer,
HOPE  &
New  We
BARKER.   A
tminster - Tr,
Phone ' 55.
rchltects.
pp  Block
too, the price of beef is going up. Meat
is always dear in Home, and the lower
middle classes rarely can afford to eat
It.   The average price of the best beef
in   Rome now  is about   forty  cents.
while   veal   costs    about    forty-eight
cents.   In Hei iin the best sirloin costs I
about thirty-five cents a pound,   Posfe >i;'1;,.''"!a"' .   , , .
everywhere   especially    In    England.     , Chl1*' ah  lo,tw"iab  ����ot ole eye
has gone up In price, owing to   thew,en I1",? a kiddy workm   o,, de
'ole plantation down ln Geogla. Dat
ole black mammy who was alookin'
after us hit me In inah eye wit' a
peach tree switch an' ha ain't nevvah
had  much use o' it since."
ln 1865, when the slaveB were emancipated, Uncle George was thirty-five
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All rubbish and garbage must be
removed to the foot of Sixteenth
stieet and Fifth avenue, where It will
be burned by the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
'garbage  or   rubbish  of   any   kind  or��
any other stieet  or avenue or on any
lane,  vacant   lot   or  public  property
I will   he   prosecuted   under   the   provisions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, s. .1. PEARCB,
Sanitary Inspector.
City Hull, .lune 13, 1910.
LAND  ACT.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District of New Westminster.
Take  notice    that    Simon    Henry
Clowes of Vancouver, B. c, occupation, building inspector. Intends to ap-
i ply for permission to purchase the tot
lowing described lands-.
Commencing al a post planted at
the S. E. point of a small Island lyinp.
In channel between Granite island and
Nelson Island: thence northerly, westerly, southerly and easterly, along tin-
shore to tlie place of commencement-
containing 10 acres more or less.
SIMON HENRY CLOWES,
Applicant.
Per JOHN  F.  BAGGS,
April 20, l!i 10. Agent.
LAND ACTS.
District of  New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
lias  gone up
scant BUpply the world over.
ARMSTRONG-SUTHERLAND.
IBank of Montreal
VBLISHED 1817.
= ,TAL           $14,400,000.00
[PESERVE              11,000.000.00
���  roughoul    C ���   da    and
I. '. ana  iti  London,  Eng-
k. Chicago an i Sp ikane,
11 - ',' ��� >.���, ���, Citj     A  general
I Iness    transai ted.    Let-
It ���  Issued     available    with
1 \ In    all    parts ot    the
I
Savings Bank Dapsrtment���Deposits
I' sums of (l  and upward,
I ��� allowed at 3 per cent, per
I ��� -eat   rdte).
���Ms  over  1186,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G   D. BRYMNER, Manager.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates
of
Given   on   Any
Job   Printing
Kind
Thomson   Blk.
Phone  388
On Wednesday, the twenty-second
of .lune. a very fashionable wedding
took place at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Armstrong, at the hour of
2:30 p. in., when their el 'est daughter,
Lllli et, bi came the bride of Mr. Edward Newby Sutherland, son of Ma-
Joi   Sutherland,   of  Ottawa.
The bride entere 1 the room on the
arm of her father to the sweet melody
Take notice that 1, .1. A. M'Gowan.
of Abbotsford, B.C., accountant, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands at Victoria. B.C., for
a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on and in the following de-I
Scribed  lands:
Commencing  at a  post   marked  J.
A. Med., S. W. corner, planted al the Room
New Westmister Land District.
District of New Westmins'er.
Take notice that Alexander McLennan, of Vancouver, Hritish Columbia,
occupation contractor, intends to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted aft.
the southeast point ot the Island situate about four (I) chains from Timber limit No. 38733, thence northerly
and westerly and southerly and easterly around the shore at low tidtt-
to place of commencement, containing
four  acres,   more  or   less.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.
.1. F. BAGGS, Agent.
March 17, 1910.
Gardiner & Gardiner
LAND  ACT.
New   Westminster   Land   District
Take  notice that  .lames  Bateman,
of Vancouver, B, C, occupation, stonecutter, intends to apply for permlss
to  purchase  the  following  descr'bi I
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of a small island
lying about 10 chains north of Nelson
Island; thence northerly, westerly.
_ ttherly and easterly, along the
shore to the place of commencement;
containing 6 acies more or less.
JAMES BATEMAN,
Applicant.
JOHN F. BAGGS,
April 20, 1010. Agent.
of Lohengrin's wedding march, played all   through   Southern   Alberta    and
by  Miss K ie, so. passim; up an aisle I Montana, and was quite famous as a
formed by ropes, of white carnations, cow puncher and broncho buster. lie
which were carried by four small tots, , was one of the best riders In this part
M sa Evelyn and Master Melville Mai- of the country, and used to give ex-
Lewts  and  Charlie   Moss.    In  an   bihilions of rough riding, broncho bust-
��� ior of white roses and vines, from  lng   and   roping   here   when   Calgary
wi.ii-h was suspended a bell of lillies- Was a small cow town.    He worked
', the wedding service was, for George Lane and many of the well
known ranchers in the Calgary district
and by hard work and economy saved
enough money to purchase a good-
sized ranch and largo herds of cattle.
His ranch was near the present town
of Brooks. John came to his end in
the saddle. He was rounding up a
hunch of cattle on liis ranch one day
when the cow pony lie was riding
placed its foot In a gopher hole and
shot the old man over his head, breaking his neck.
lie was well fixed, so far as worldly
goods are concerned, but left no will
and   his   properly   accordingly   passed
Into the possession of his family.
li  was at the time of John's death
to Calgary
winked   in-
years old, and came up to Canada. Hefs. W. comer of Section '���'���'���'.. in Town-
fust settled in Kent County, Ontario, ship 19, Municipality or SumaS, New
near the town of Chatham, where he | Westminster District; thence north
lived and worked until a few years SO cliains; thence east 80 chains;
ago. i tlience south  80 chains;   thence  west
He left there to come to Calgary, 80 cliains to point of commencement
when   his   brother   John   was   killed  and containing  640 acres,
about   three   years   ago.     John   Ware      Dated  at Abbotsford.  B.C., this 9th
was  very  well  known  and  respected day of June,  A.D..  1910.
(P. G, Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
6,  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone  661 Residence  Phone  133
P. O. Box 395
Phone 730
J. A. McGOWAN.
-  will  be received on    or
[Wore  Tl irsday,   June   23,   for   the
,\   ' '    nd completion of proposed
[-���*** Mas, nic Temple to be erected on
<���'.  New  Westminster.  B C.
specifications cun be oh-
tain_3 fi  :n  the  architects      Messrs.
I A    Gardiner.    Westminster
I ng.  New  Westminster.
est  or anv  tender  will not
ti ...
any
be accepted.
COAL
New
Wellington
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'aes for DadU-i from |12-/5
read b.  the Uev. Father O'Boyle.
The bride was most becomingly
gowned in a handson e white satin
charmeuse with trimmings of Irish
crocet-balls, tunic of nlnon de soie
ami yoke of seed pearls In bow- knot
design, carrying a shower bouquet of
bride rosebuds and llllles-of-the-valley,
e conventional  veil and wreath of
range blossoi        She wore a handsome  crescent   i [  diamonds,  the  gift
of the groom.
TSie bride's ; aid of honor. Miss
Mar. eiet Lewis wore a dainty gown
of pale pink satin stripped crepe de
Chine With silver net. yoke and under
sleeves, the tunic draped with buckles
of French button roses, picture hat of I that Uncle George ciinii
silk   mohair,  with   rosebuds  and  fac-lfrom   Ontario.     He   1ms
ap.
Silver
16.00.
Silver
17.50 up.
Agent
Watches.
Watch
Watches,    gents'   open tact
Watches,  gents'  open    case,
for    Waltham   and     fcigm
repairing a Specialty.
lng of same, carrying a large arm bo-' dustidally ever since his arrival in
quel of blush pink rosebuds and aspa-lthls city and held a job for many
ragus ferns. |months with one of the local lumber
Little Miss Noel Armstrong, sister companies, When, however, this eon-
of the bride, attended as Bower girl, cern Installed machinery to do the
who was sweetly pretty lu a E?rench work formerly done by hand, he lost
lingerie dress of dimity and valen- his job. After that he worked as
clenneB with sash of soft satin ribbon,'chef in one of the local hotels, and
a nielloti bonnet with hows ol being a good cook, had no dllllculty
pale blue satin, carrying a basket Of Iin holding his position. The long
marguerites with streamers of tulle, j hours and the strain of being con-
The   groom's   gift   was   a   solid   gold  tlnually   upon   his   feet   at   the   cook
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I. Norman Caswell,
of Abbotsford, B.C., miner, Intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria, B.C., for a license
to prospect for coal and pen oleum
on and in tlie following desci ibed
lands:
Commencing at a post marked N. C,
N. E. corner, planted at the N. K-
corner of Section 10, in Township 19,
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; thence south 80
chains; tlience west 80 chains; tlience
north SO chains; thence east 80 chains
to point of commencement and containing  640  acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C.. this 0th
day of Juno.  A.l).. 1010.
NOUMAN   CASWELL.
McMurphy & Craig
Heating and  Plumbing
All   Jobbing   Promptly   Attended
To
Colonial   Block
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  New  Sternwhee'er
| S. S.  PAYSTREA
k]
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling ('om-
Ipany'fl wharf, New Westminster, will*
|passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New  Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO.. Ltd-
New   Westminster.
NOTICE!
Until further notice this-
cross and cha
In.
JOSEPH  MAYERS
phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
0"
'��. Front St., Foot of Sixth.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
"w! RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
Mr. Hugh Andei son, of Ottawa, son
vf Lieut-Col. Andei sou, who supported |
the groom, received as a token a diamond scarf pin.
The house was made most festive
by the friends of the bride, who car-:
lied the decorations out In color
schemes, using white roses and smllax
in the drawing room, while the living room was aglow with red i\is-s,i
The wedding rflpast was served In
',inln.   room,   which   was   bright |
stove, however, was so hard upon him
that he was forced to give up the Job.
���THE WHITE  SQUAW."
730 FOURTH  ST.
PHONE  R527
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancnuver
Str. TRANSFER
Uav" Brackman-Ker wharf nt 8  P.   M. dally  except Saturday,
ori Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
and
the   .
With Ln Prance roses and lerns. n
basket lillel with shaded pl��H rosebuds In the midst of a cloinl of Chiffon with the wedding cake graced the
' Mrs .1. ('��� Armstrong, mother of the
bride, wore (llac silk crepe meteor,
trimmed with opalescent embroidery,
and black Milan hat with plumes.
Mrs Freeze, grandmother ot tho
bride, wore black bengnllno with point
lace tlclui, and lace bonnet with trimming of P0lnl lace. Mrs. C. K. Lows,
catawahu snlln foulard trimmed With
touches of gold nnd hhick bice toque
with roses nnd osprey.
Mrs. C. P. Moss, champagne poplin
with pipings of black silk nnd
and    sleeves    of    chiintlHv    lno<
while picture hat trimmed with illlles-
and    pastel    shades    of
ifthe-valley
Of the new romantic drama "The
White Squaw" which Manager Harry
Tidy offers to the patrons of the
Opera house on Thursday, June SO,
th. "��,'asloill�� American" of February ip, says;
There was a good sized audience at
the Vendome last night to see thu
Initial presentation of "The While*
squaw." wiiich opened an engagement
tor two nights and matinee,   The play
Is by Miss Delia Clarke, who has tho
title   role,   and   Is   a   unique   romantic
drama.    Miss Clarke  has the  support
,if a  very  capable compnny, and the
I appreciation of   the    audience   was
shown by the cordial  reception
play Is Iu four acts,
wigwam mid topee.
staged.
The story Is one of many situations
of deep  human  Interest,  with  a    re-
Ininrkiible   combination   of  love,    Jeul-
ouslv,    deception,      misunderstanding
and   sadness     While    It    terminates
' and  pathetically, there Ih a loftiness of motive   that   keeps   the   audience   Interested.    Tho play Is a new one here,
l'he While . i|iiaw." when a child was
Take notice that I, J. V. Hoyd, of
Abbotsford, B.C., lumberman, intend bank Will De Open
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria, B.C., for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and In the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked J.
F. 11., S. W. corner, planted at the
S. W. corner of Section 'J4, in TownBhlp 16, Municipality of Sumas, New
Westminster District: thence north 80
chains; thence east 80 chains; thence
south   Su  chains;     thence    west     80   p^ g^UfE   MET.
chains to point of commencement and I >     fe ���
containing (140 acres.
Dated ut Abbotsford, B.C., this Oth
dav  of June.  A.l),  HHO.
J.   P.   BOYD.
SATURDAY EVENINGS
from seven to nine o'clock-
Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminster..
District of New Westminster.
Now Westminster Land Distri.t.
with scenes In a
it is artistically
yoke
Take notice that I. John Beckett, of
Abbotsford. B.C., lumberman, Intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands al Victoria, B.C., for s license
to prospect for coal aud petroleum on
and In the following desci Ibed lands:
Commencing at a post marked J. P.,
S. K. corner, planted at the S. B, corner of Section 31, in Township 10,
}-*e Municipality of Sumas, New Westmln
Ster District; thence north 80 chains;
thonce west 80 chains; thence South
80 chains; thence east 80 chains to
point of commencement and containing 840 acres.
Hated at Abbotsford,  B.C., this 0th
day of June, A.I)..  1010.
JOHN BECKETT,
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhanger&
and Decorators.
*l
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214  Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER        :
B. C~
:,::,VE���':^J;,'t,,l":l,,f;���:."^;:���"- ���"��" ***��� �����*- * *->
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
trie
ver,
Tl('ketB at B.  C.
B   It   ticket, nf.ee and nn hoard steamei
the half-hour)  for
cars leave Steveston every hour  (on
Elec-
incou-
S�� the Famous Fraser River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc.
Hound trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, |1.
i up.
silk!    The
vet and wisteria flowers
MUM   Aim.   LejlS, ,<^Tft*^^^
,,���,., with rink and silver ,r mm.      *   ������' requirements in a
and hstotl^^P^^gjSSi that is  highly  pleasing, and
can shade with foliage and i.hnntitior ^ thp aU(1,cnce    Joapph
feathers.
Take notice that I, T. Walters, of
Abbotsford,  B.C., engineer.  Intend to
appW to the Chief Commisslo'ier of
title  role   Is  one  requiring  a | Lands at Victoria, B.C., for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and ln the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked T. \V.,
S. W.  corner, planted  at  the  S.  VV.
the sauve Englishman and'.corner of Section 32, in Townshl', 10
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; thence north 80
chains; thence east 80 chains; thence
south  80 chains;     thence    west    80
she sco
The bride's going away gown. wa. JJjJJ^^,,.,,   ;|S   ,,,,���,,���,    (,intllM,
���^W^K'Sl'collar and S French trapper, fill their parts
ren with black eo'd����/#^5r1K2 ably. Miss Crace Cahill as Octavla.
ens to correspond!sad tfnflMd\*W* ^ m lntere8tlng part, ln whlch 8he
���ale blue quills.   The "one��m'~" 7 ' ls very ciever.    William F. Kohman. i chains to point of commencement and
be snent In  San Fran<5,8CO ��">��   ' ��� ���. Mlchabo; Florence May, as Ampata containing 640  acre..
Angeles.     Afterward   >*'�����?.  "'"; ftnd  Mlndel  Kohman,  as Jeanette. a      Dated at Abbotsford. B.C., this Oth
Sutherland wlll reside In fflWW ��������'_ d    f 0ctavla> BU8tain lhe .espec-  day of June, A.D., HHO.
f���, new home on Awes .treet, the ^^ ^My T  WALTERg.
gift of the brides father.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make;
Your  Chickens  Lay..
Central Meat Market
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner Elphth St. and Fifth Avenue-
PHONE 370.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3Vi to 25 H. P.
U and 4 Cycle.
Local Agent.
Westminster Iron Works
Phone 9&.
Tenth St., New Weettnl niter. ]���'
PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  jUne
The Daily News
.Published hy Tbe Dally -News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices.
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
C A. Paige Managing   Director
SATURDAY,  JUNE   25,   1910.
THE   HIGH   SCHOOL.
We are .lad to discover that some
interest has at last been aroused in
the proposal of the scliool trustees to
erect a new High school for this city.
One   hears  the  subject   being  pretty
freely discussed in various places, and j the High school miich more good than
with this member of the School Trusl.
There are several other reserves in
and about the city that could be
utilized for a High school site oven
better than Tlpperary. There is. lor | to his family
instance, a reserve of several acres
on Eighth street, between Eighth and
Tenth avenues; then there is Moody
Square, the present unkept appearance
of which is little credit to the city,
nnd again, the northern extremity of
Queens Park, Any of these would
allow of ample provision for playgrounds. We are aware that at Mils
moment none of these sites are in the
heart of the city, and that the scholars could not jump off the street car
at the door of the school if located
there. But the very fact of them being outside of the present populous
part of the city gives them a peculiar
value as school sites. As to the convenience of the scholars, our feeling
is that it would do tiie youth attending
Leaves $17,000,00.
Bethlehem, Pa., .Inn..' 24.���Under the
will of the late Elisha 1'. Wilbur, financier of the Lehigh  Valley railroad.
an estate of $17,000,000 is bequeathed
5. 15:
Martin    Murray   Dead.
The   death   occurred   at   the   Royal
Columbian  hospital  early  this  morning of .Martin Murray, an elderly man .]
who has been a patient there for some
rime.
SMUHCo.
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REMEMBER,   WE   CLOSE   AT   0   P.   M.    SATURDAYS,  10 P.  M.
V^
harm to walk a few yards extra each
morning and night. The alternative
to Tlpperary Park Is not an additional twenty or thirty thousand dollars expenditure, but another reserve
r
one or two of the more courageous of
our citizens have rushed into print
lo air their opinions. There would
seem to he no very clear understanding us to what the real intentions of  forming a more suitable site.
the trustees are.    Perhaps this is not |          . .~
to be wondered at, seeing that the
sneeiings of this body are held in camera, nnd only such information is
handed out for publication in the
newspapers as may seem fit and meet
to the board or its secretary. This is
not as it. should be. The spirit of
our time is for freedom and publicity
nnd no body entrusted with the ad-
mlnlstration of public affairs and the
MARKET
REPORT
Yesterday's market was marked by
the first appearance of new potatoes.
Thoy came from the Delta in fairly
large quantities and were of a fair
size, being slightly larger than eggs.
They sold at two cents a pound, but
owing to the great qualities of old
spending   of   public   money   ought  to j tubers, the demand was not as strong
conduct its business in tlie star chain
ber style.
Thc
as might have been expected. The
old potatoes went down with a bump
to  $10  a ton   under  the   pressure  of
stock, but
National Finance Co.
Limited
II. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New  Westminster.
Some
Good
Buys
Cloverdale
Twenty acres adjoining Cloverdale townsite on MoLelland
road, nicely situated for subdivision. Price for quick sale
only $200 per acre. One-half
cash.
erally, no one has any serious doubt,
wonder is that the citizens of' competition  with the new
I this fall was expected.
New Westminster are content to toi-j    strawberries still continue to come
erate the perpetuation of this wrong!in  in fair quantities.    During two or
three  davs  of  the   week   the  berries
and mischievous system of secret con-j brought it were very dirty on account
clave on the part of the school trus-1 of the neav>' rains> but yesterday they
I were all clean and brought good
tees, and that they do not require all, prices.
the meetings of this body to he open j     The   market   brought   out   only   an
1 average attendance, but those who
to the public and the press.   It is use-  were there were present for business
Jess to kick and grumble about this   and  '��ts  of ic  w;>s  done  during the
������ morning, the prices still remaining
as the ratepayers of the city are doing high| and the supply in most lines
just at present.    If they seriously de-' being somewhat below the average.
There was a good supply of butler,
sire to do away with so obsolete and   but owlng to the hot weather the sales
effete a system of conducting public ! were  limited  and the  price was  the
,     . , , ,    . .   i same  as  last   week,  25   cents  whole-
business they have the remedy in their   sale and 30 cents roI,n
own   hands  and  can  adopt  is  at   the !     Eggs went up in price one cent.
. ';'   '/The   supplv  of  pork   was   short  of
next election. demand   and   the  price   still   remains
As to the High school question gen-: very high, the  highest,  in  fact, that
i It has attained for many years, selling
j now at 15 cents per pound.
���we believe, that this institution stands I     There   was   a   good   supply   of   flsh
,������,,,-.                 .       ,       ,          i of all kinds, and vegetables were renin need ol  improvement and enlarge-' ,.���. ,   ,   ���     , %.,
, <.���  u.,&t    josented   in   large  quantities.     Iheie
Nor perhaps can there be dis-1 was  also
pot flowers
The supply of beef was not as good
tees' decision to erect a new, larger'as it has been for the past few mar-
and more modern building.   The ques-1 ?uets;, b"' th.e demand was good and
the limted s:ock was disposed of early
agitating  most  minds   in the day.
There   was   a   Hair   BUpply   of  both
, arnb and mutton, but it was insuf-
school be located?   The trustees pro-  ficient to meet the strong demand.      f.*_
Butj     There   was  a   good   supply  of   veal j ^
and the demand strong.
to tins tnere are numerous objections. ���     Of   fowl,   there   was   a   fair   supply
The most vital of these would seem   and t,ie demand for good birds was in-
...,.,, , sistent, but the poorer birds did not
to be that by placing a school on this  sell so well.
reserve the city will be robbed of a'     A fair supply of chickens was also
,    , ,      , sold to earlv buvers.
most valuable   'lung.     The new High j     There  was  a  good  supply and  de-
-school must be something more than mand  -or ducks.
,       .                            , Next   Friday   being   Dominion   Day
a mere place for education-using the and   a  national   holiday,   the  regular
term in its commonly accepted mean- market will be held on the previous
City
men:.
pute  as  to the  wisdom of  the  trus- \
aw, larger
The question   which   Is
just now  is.  where should  this new1
school be located?   The trustees
pose Tlpperary park as the site.
e  quantities.
a  godd  supply  of  cut  and
Two snap lots on Seventh avenue. Three snap lots on Sixtli
avenue. Pike $625 to $700
each.
Some nicely located houses for
sale at snap prices for this
month only.
HalPs Prairie
Road
Eighty acres, half mile from
Clayton school. Price only
$S5 per acre:  a swell buy.
For full particulars see
National finance Co.
Limited
II. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New   Westminster.
Commences on Friday, 24th, at 8 a.
m.
Our  thriving  business calls  tor it.  We have to
first Gam-
IQnLoca
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league
We are expanding our  premises.    Our  tbriving  DUBiness cans  tor it.  We have to have more ri
Soon the workmen will be busy tearing down the walls, but before  commencing  on  ' i,     '
exposing the stock to so much dust and lime, we are having a thorough clearance Sa ��� ,,. ,.
will eclipse anything of its kind. Nol a few items of old stock, right bang-up-to-dati :
given tlie word to go, and out they wlll go with a rush. It's going to be a "hummer1
���you'll be wise to take advantage ol this saie at the commencement; there wlll be
time, but don't miss any of them  by   waiting.
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No Goods Charged at Sale Prices,    homing
Sent on approval During This Safe
Ladies' $28 Suits at $14.75
An astounding offer of high gra le
suits; every suit a new and up-to-
date model, popular length coats;
skirts in various pleated and button
trimmed styles; and a wide vai -��� ':���
of stylish colorings. Many are silk
lined. Regular values to $28.00.
Expansion Sale  Price $14.75
9 Suits to Clear at $3.50
All   we   bave   I, ft   fi om   las'   -
Light  Tweed and  fancy  mati
s:i (pes,  checks,   and   plain   grej
only  in  the  lot,  and  they  i u i
slbly lasl long,   The skirt of ai
is  worth  far  more than  this
Regular prices run as high .1
Expansion   Sa'e   Price  $3.CO
All our large stock of Wash Suits,  Coats, Dresses,
Skirts, etc., specially reduced for this  Great Sale
NOTE THESE VALUES CAREFULLY
coloi ed   linen,   i
24   Ladies'   Dress   Skirts   made   from    white   duck   and   also   natural
md   buttons constitute the trimmings.    All  sizes.
Expansion   Sale   Price  $1.30
stitching,   strapping
White    Duck
this lot that   si
Coats���Dressy garments  for
la regularly for less than $5,
I i ill length styles.   Ni
Expansion   Sale   Price  $3.25
Slightly Soiled Curtain
Ends, 25c Each
150 Lace Curtain Ends to char at
this great sale. Various patterns and
nets;   an extensive  range to choose
from.      Watch    our    window    Bhowlng
Of  these.
On   Sale  Friday  at 8 a. m..   25c   Each.
Children's Sun Bonnets,
15c Each
Vou   will   bo   able   to   take   tv
three a*  this  figure.    Lawn   E
derj   and Jap Silk  Bonnets In
and   cream.     Must   ol   these   ar<
pies  and  soiled   a   little.    The  '���
values ran from 50c to (2 e
On Sale   Friday,  15c  Each
i^,m,ia.^,w^��ST,*ly"��t vuATM*1- cmasvfltamsMEBBrr^nTreggg^.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
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ing���for  our  children.    It   must  not
day, Thursday, the last day of June.
Official Quotations.
stand  in  limited  surroundings as tho
ters,  per  lb lie
forequarter. , per  lb he
five acres of play-  Lamb, per lb    i_c
1 M utton, per lb    igc
Veal,  large    :i  to  luc
some real physical  relaxation and en-1 Veal, medium, per lb IJ to 1.1c
present school  buildings do, but pos-1 i��fj'  tu ''''"'���
sess some four or
ground, where the scholars can enjoy
joyment.    If the school  were
located ' Pork'  m��Num, Per lb 15c
.Eggs, wholesale, per doz 33c
on  Tlpperary it  would  moan  the ab-  Eggs, retail
per doz 35 to 40c
Butter, wholesale, per lb 25c
Butter,   retail,   per   lb Hue
Powl,  per doz.,  live    $8 to 10
It is not today, but, the future that  Chickens, per do/., live   $6 to 8
Broilers, per doz $5 to 7
must   he   taken   into  account  in  this   Ducks    $8 to 10
matter.    There is not the least doubt' Geese. each   $i.r,0
..   , . , Potatoes, new, per lb 2c
that in the space 01 a comparatively , Potatoes, per ton     $10
Onions,  per  sack    $1.50
Turnips, per sack    f,0c
.sorption  of  practically  the   whole of
that, space.
Carrots, per sack   7f)C
Beets, per sack  75c
Parsnips, per sack  750
Strawberries, per crate . .$1.75 to LOO
Gooseberries, per lb r,c
Cherries, per lb   4 to 5c
lew years New Westminster will contain a population at least ten times
greater than the present. But long
before then the existence of an open
apace like Tlpperary Park will be of
very appreciable value to the people.
The need of open spaces lias forced
the corporations of many old established   cities   in   other   parts   of   the
world  to pay immense sums for the'     ,     ,       , ., . -,,,,���
1 1     1 hut awful, agonizing itch, torturing
rescue or preservation of vacant sec- day   and   night!���then   suddenly   the
Jions   of   land   within    their    purlieu, j skin calmed, soothed ancl refreshed.
200 New
Quick-
Folding
GO-CMS
ON  SALE THIS
WEEK
Roomy, Comfortable and  Safe. The Finest Looking and Easiest Operating    Carts    Made.
"We Furnish Your Home Complete"
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; all,
111.
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5:20,  6 50,
6:50,  7:20,
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Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver  at   f
8;00 and every  half hour thereafter until 11  p
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at   !
and every half hour thereafter until  11:30 j>. 111.
Return   Fare;   Adults,  (10c;   children   under  13,  35c,
Sunday  Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for   Vancouver
a.  m.  and  every  half  hour  thereafter until   11   p.  m
is   u.   111
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I re 11, 25c.
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1. and 3: JO  p.   m.    Freight  cars  leave >��D' I
ITCHING   SKIN   EASILY   SOOTHED
By  D.  D. D.  Prescription.
Time and again tlie mistake of allow-1
'hat   Is  what  any  eczema sufferer
.... , ,     . ,   , ; can accomplish in two minutes hy the
tog hitherto vacant spots in crowded   II8e  of t]|(!  rJghl trefttment;   jus\ ��g
cities to be built upon has been exem- of   wintergreen,   mixed   with   thvmol
I>11 fieri. Let not New Westminster
therefore commit the error that other
and older cities have committed in
this  respect,  but
glycerine  and   other   healing   ingredients in liquid form.    While a smeary
salvo  would  only close  up  the pores
| of the skin, driving the disease germs
preserve   Tlpperary | jn still deeper, the medicine in liquid
.in the heart, of our city as a clear open , form   penetrates   the  epidermis,   kills
���space for ever.
Dr. T. Bennett Green, replying to
: some criticism of the School trustees'
proposal, declares that (hero is no
{Alternative to Tlpperary as a site, except by purchase and the consequent
���expenditure of from twenty to thirty
:-.hu;a:;.;.d   dollars,     We   cannot   agree
and washes out the eczema germs and
slops  tho  itching instantly.
Don't hesitate to try this D, D. D.
Prescription, lt Is practically certain
to cure, and we know It will give you
immediate relief from that awful itch.
Frank McKenzie, Druggist,
For tree trial bottle write the D. D.
D. Laboratories, Department N. N., 23
Jordan   slieet,  Toronto. **
Phone 73
Successors to   Lee's Furniture Emporium
716718   Columbia   St.,   New   Westminster.
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I.O.O.F. Memorial Services
The members of Royal City Lodge
No. 3 and Amity Lodge No. 21 and
all visiting brethren are cordially roil nested to be present at 1:30 p. m.
on Sunday. June 26, in the I. O. O. F.
hall, for the purpose of conducting
the annual memorial day service. The
sorvice will be held at the hall and
subsequently at the cemetery.
Badges will  be worn.
By order of the Committee.
Senator Startles Senate.
Washington, D, C, June 24.���Senator (lore startled the senate today by
announcing lie had heen, in effect,
offered a bribe of .60,000 to withdraw
his opposition to the recognition of
the so-called McMnrray contracts for
the sale of Indian lands In Oklahoma.
"GET THE   HABIT"
GLASS
TABLE SETS
4   Pieces
Special for Today
For Only 80 Cents per Set
The  Fair
646 Columbia Street.
Wc buy for cash and se,l for tlie same,
McQuarrie Bros, are now ready to
do business in the real estate and
Insurance lines. Ollice, 809, Columbia
street. �����
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at
every half hour thereafter until 11:30   p.   m.
Sunday  Excursion  Rates:   Return  fare, 00c;
Freight Schedule���Fre
at 7:2b a. m.. 11:20 a. m
couver for  Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20. j
CITY   AND  SAPPERTON   LINE. .
Clty Limits Line���20 minute service from 6:15 n. m. to 11 P- "'��� 1
Sunday   Service���Half   hourly  between  8 a.  m.  and 11  P   '"��� j
Bapperton Line���20 minute service, from 6:25 a. ni. to 11:10 p. f
Sunday   Service���Half   hourly between 8:30 a. in. and 1
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Wo carry in stock an assortment of BLUE WHITE WESSELTONS
Prices  In  Rings $40  to $400. ��� M
These  goods are the  BEST procurable in Canada, and is a 1
ure to show same.
HOWARD  AND LONGINE   WATCHES.
THE
JEWELER
Chamberlin's
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Y, JUNE 25,  1910.
SPORTING NEWS
URS PLAY
VICTORIAS TODAY
1 -t Game of Senior Series
I On Local Grounds Scheduled For This Afternoon.
I tci)  itiis afternoon  between
I       nd  New  Westminster  will
I ,i���   whether   the   local
I ,   ,���iy chance of landing
.. championship  this  year.
*re several   more  games  to
I . season has Just start-
\ . .,,. |'0 al men have been prac-
I, and If they cannot hold
I ,   i   the  fast   Btlck   hail-
Capital tiiis afternoon
t ch likelihood that they
to re sover the lost .round.
. inlses   to   be   one   of
season.   Victoria has
. .. . ,. 11 irosse map for some
I .   are  getting  bach on
^ .     ., ir with a vengeance and
I ll kinds of Bupporl from
I City sports, wiui are bop-
��� imateurs  are  successful
1' ,  put  a  team  in  the senior
. rear.
r-. it i.i men have already
L . ; . Vancouver Terminals,
I the flrst  game of the
:.   their  home  grounds
I be conclusive as to their
*        ... in a similar operation
j    . a West minster team.
J-. di | e" on the strength of
I. . te ���;:. Is that received In
I . John Sweeney, man-
L ti  at    The telegram i Ives
j the   players  and  ends.
team."
| .    the lineup of the
ter Victoiii
Goal.
 lohnson
Point.
 Clegg
.. : point. J
 ,.    bakers
First 1 lefence.
    Okale
Si     d Defence
    Noal
Defence.
I   Brynjolfson
i ��� ster.
ild    L. Sweeney I
:   une.
    Petti, rew
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  Carse
Home.
   MacDougal
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   McDonald
Inside.
    Young
Spares.
    F, Sweeney
    Redgt a\ e
Will   leii    e- .
ALERTS TIE BALMORALS
IN CITY LEAGUE STANDING
Tailenders Trim  Balmorals by Eleven
to One in Good Baseball Game
Last   Night.
The Alerts have at last vindicated
their name In proper .style. ]n ]ilst
night's game with the Balmorals they
put It over the boys with the aristocratic name to the tune of eleven to
I one, and they we,,. n0l working hard
I even al that.
I The ease with which the Alerts
landed on Smith's pitching was responsible for much of the trouble, hut
the Bals' fielding in the first Innllnga
I was also ofl and when the Alerts
1 s.-oied six runs In the hist two 11 n-
nlngs, there was not much hope left
in the hearts of the Balmorals.
However, tin- name Improved a lot
after that, and during the next seven
Innings there was some good baseball
scattered around In patches
The Balmorals did not seem to be
able to land on Poupore snd then
they did the flelders were right there
wiih the big mitts and did nol let anything pass.
Roach, of the Maple Leafs, acted as
umpire and gave fair satisfaction,
Fred Lynch and \n Turner have the
players bo well trained now that there
is remarkably little rag chewed ()n the
held no matter what the decisions arc
and tl e games have improved about
Bteen per cent in consequence.
The following is tlie list of the
ticlpants in the crime:
Alerts���c,  Brown;   p,  Poupore
Class;   2b, A.  Sinclair;   ss,  Peele
[Fitzgerald;   If.  Robertson;   cf, Jamie
i Bon;   rt.   Reilly  .
Balmorals���C, Munn
par- .
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3b, i
W. E. Sinclair; 2b,
Wright; 3b, Stein; If.
Ryall; rf, Spurr.
The score���
Alerts     3  3  fi  il  2
Hals     i. n M ii  1
p, Smith;
Dleldal;
Canfield;
lh.
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SOLDIERS MUST STOP
PLAYING   SUNDAY   BALL
-E LEAFS AND CLOVERS
WILL PLAY  HERE TODAY
Boston, .lane 24.���l'nited States Districi attorney French lias informed
the Boldlera at Fori Hanks. Winthrop,
thai Sunday baseball playing at the
fort, which has been going on for the
lasl  ti;  years, must cease.
Sunday baseball has been allowed
on government lands in Massachusetts, but Mr. French finds that it is
made a criminal offense under a law of
the United States which provides that
where no punishment for an> offi nse
mi governmenl lands Is provided, the
offen Ier is liable to punishment under
the laws of the state in which the
lands are situated. Massachusetts
laws prohibit Sunday baseball games.
Complaints were made to the district attorney by Rev. M. White, paster of the First Baptist Church of Winthrop. and by others who want Sunday
baseball playing to cease. Mr. White
has also written to the war department.
��� ���   which  ihe Maple  Leafb
,e i layed against the Clov-
niver   today   lias   been
���  ... as grounds were not
! -    i.  Vancouver.   The game
W  ��������� i     ed  al   Mo.idy  Square at
I .harp.    As the Clovers
f' the teams leading the Van-
I Citj   league   and   the  Maple
not been beaten so far this
-   ��� est   Interesting   game   is
t  i   ���
laple   Leafs   will   line   up   an
J C,  Smith:   p,  Corbett   and
l: lb, L, llandford; 2b, Roach;
r ���  on;   3b,   A.   llandford;   rf.
P :':     cf,   Hanson   and   Corbett;   if,
IWcnrui.
re lias not yet been chosen.
Friday,  June  24.
Golf Club  Negotiations.
Arrangements  are  still  going  forward tor tbe f irmatlon of a golf club
In this city.    Negotiations are pending with the owners of a huge tract j
of land near the Junction, and should
this be procured the necessary steps
will at once be taken to call a public meeting of the citizens with thej
view ol organizing a club.   The .ro-|
posed  course  is  within  half  an  hour
of  New Westminster and consists of
nice   undulating   land   which,   when
cleared of the light  brush at present
growing thereon, will make an ideal
course.    A clubhouse will be erected
���should   the   Bcheme    materialize���
mnd those who do not care to become
playing  members  can become honorary members, and secure all the social  advantages  pertaining to the In-
stlution. If success attends the efforts
of tho  golfers,  it   Is also their  Intention to organize a tennis and bowling,
club  with  playing  grounds situated |
within    thc    precincts    of    the    golf
course.
American League.
. York��� K.   II.   B.
, Helphia   1     S     -
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Al Boston���
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Detroit
,,A' Cleveland
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National  League.
,..". Philadelphia-
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Philadelphia	
p,.^ Pittsburg-	
11 tsburg
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Northwestern League.
,:u   |   """"ver���Vancouver, 7;  Taco-
'l 8eatUfr~Spokane, -i; Seattle, 2.
Standi"9 of the Baseball  League.
Map).   ,     . Won. Lost. I'd.
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.      H'Uh School Ball Game.
I ! '''".I game between two High
Im;,.   ,'",,"l:: captained by McKay and
II win f* )!?Ey afternoon resulted In
p,Captain   Innes'  team
1 a ol
by
batte
..���:���; ,..; ";�� to tour.   Tin
Stoi      ., , , "e winners, Davidson and
mill mVk'Iv   OT n'�� otllerBi Auilerson
A MEDIAEVAL MONUMENT.
Diet of Baden Decides Not to Restore
Heidelberg Castle.
Berlin, June 24.���Old Heldelherg
castle is not to be restored, ami one
of Germany's most picturesque mod-
laeval monuments is thus saved fori
a lime.    The Diet  of  Baden lias once
more rejected the grand ducal government's proposals to rebuild the
schloss. , ���  .,       1���
Four years ago, in view ot the decaying Btate, the government appointed a commission to examine the
,-nins and suggested the expenditure
of $75 000 on rebuilding the facade
|of the'main or so-called Otto Heln-
rich building, Popular opinion as represented In the Diet, has always been
opposed to any tampering with the
schloss and is satisfied thai the genu-
,,J rulns are preferable to a construe
,;:���/ of a mixed ancient and modern
character. ______
HOT WAVE AIDS UNION TO
WIN  STRIKE  IN  NEW  YORK
New York. .I^T- ������-"���]'* an. "J
wind" etc. Twelve hundred members
of the Suitcase Makers' Union here
Save^eTeat to thank for^a ntajhonr
work day. and an advance ol  ten p��
CthW^emaltmhavebron
Btrike since early In April, but the employers remained obdurate until   this
week, when the sudden advent of
warm W. at her sent citv folks MOW
Inn to cooler resorts and stimulated
the   demand   lor   suitcases   BO   much
that the employers capitulated.
such, nt least, is the explanation of
the union leaders.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
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SURREY
10 acres are under crop. Small house. New barn. 1,600 lb. mare
"1 yearB old). Pedigreed Jersey cows. Implements, wagons, etc.,
'""I household effects. $3,750;   .1,600 cash; balance over 3 years.
latins, Coulthard & Co.
Limited.
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL AGENTS
A Nice Little Buy
FIVE ACRES FOR $700.���.routing on Scott road, half a mile from
New Westminster-Chilliwack Train Line; good land: easily cleared. $700 cash for short time only. Adjoining land held at
$300 per acre.
Improved Property���Two Bargains
HOME AT EASY TERMS���Double lol with six roomed house, on
Nanaimo stieet, between Tenth and Twelfth streets, near Moody
Square und Lord Kelvin school, and only half a block from the
Twelfth Street car line. Price $2,400. Terms, $1,000 cash, balance in 6, \2. IK, 24, and 30 months at 7 per cent.
READY FOR HOUSEKEEPING.���Five acre homestead at South
Westminster, half a mile from river and close to New Westminster-Chilliwack tram line. All cleared, fenced and cultivated
38 apple trees, small fruits, raspberries, strawberries, etc.; live-
roomed house, with outside kitchen, milk house, barn for 11
cows and 2 horses, chicken house 'Jn x 60, brooder house 16 x 40.
Running spring at back door; fine view of river and city. Price
$5,250. Terms $2,250 cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months at
7 per cent. Furniture in house will be sold for $525. Lot 4, half
of homestead, all cleared and fenced, will le sold separately if
desired, for $2 525; $1,125 cah, balance in (1, 12 and 18 months at
7 per cent.      Unimproved land in vicinity held at $1,000 an acre.
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We can insure your house, furniture and other property In the strongest and most reliable companies at
the  right rates.
White, Shiles & Co.
Private   Money  to   Loan  on   Good   Improved City and District Security.
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74(1 Columbia St.
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^**We have a full   line   of   tke   Best
Builders' Hardware in this City.
Before Building See Us, as we   beluve   we   can   save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Hale Bros. & Kennedy
LIMITED.
. ..     REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND TIMBER.
Merchants   Bank   Building,   corner of  Columbia  and   Begbie  Streets.
Telephone No.  335. NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
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Supply Stores j
Olives
We Have Just Received a shipment
of OLIVES. They
are a New Brand;
large and well packed.    All Prices. . .
Mi WHITE PLAGUE
CURES GET
Victims, Annually Robbed of
Vast Sums, Receive Nothing in Return.
June Weddings
We are able to fill in your wants in the Wedding Gift line from ��
$1.00 and up. If it is a vv ending Ring, or an Engagement Ring, *
we can suit the most exacting requirements.
We shall be pleased to hav��3 yau call and consult us.
John B. Gray
WATCHMAKER  AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust   Block.
Columbia   St.
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Our
Preserving
Strawberries
are Here ! Get a
crate before they
are all gone.   .   .
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY       NEW
More than $15,000,000 annually is
poured into the coffers of those who
exploit and advertise fake consumption cures, according to a statement issued today by the National Association for the Study and Prevention of
Tuberculosis; and for this vast sum
the victims receive nothing in return,
but are often permanently injured and
ln tlie majority of cases cheated out
of the chance for a real cure. Worse
still, most of this money is paid by
those who can least afford it.
The National Association has investigated several hundred so-called
"cures" and "treatments" for tuberculosis now being advertised throughout the country, and finds that more
than |3,000,000 a year is being spent in
soliciting the patronage of tlie public.
On examination, it has been found
that the great majority of these
"cures" contain harmful and habit-
forming drugs, such as morphine,
opium and chloroform. None of them
will cure consumption.
The only cure for this disease that
has ever been discovered is the combination of fresh air, rest and  whole-'
some food.    All of the "cures"  that
attempt  to destroy the tubercle bacil-
1 His without these or to stop the pro-
i gross of the disease in some myster-
| ious way  arc branded as frauds and
' injposltlonB.
I    Throe classes of "cures" are distill-
I gulshed by the national association. In
the first class are included devices and
' drugs  which  can  be  bought   for any
| sum ranging from ten cents to $5 at
a drug store.   Tho l'nited States Department of Agriculture has just  Is-
'.sued a bulletin in which sonic of the
'. most used of these drugs nnd remedies
are analyzed and condemned.
j    The secon.l class of "cures" includes
the "Institutes," "professors" or com-
! panles of "doctors," who for a eottsid-
j eratlon   guarantee   to  cure   consumption by some secret method of which
they aro the sole proprietors.  Then-
are nearly 160 of these Institute frauds
in the l'nited States, cheating the people out of millions of dollars annually.
In the third class of "cures"    are
placed a number of home-made remedies, which either through Ignorance
or superstition have been    advanced
as treatments for tuberculosis.   Some
of these  are  onions,  lemons,   rattlesnake   poison,   coal   dust,   lime   dust,
1 igs' blood, dog oil, milk "slrlpplngs,"
and even alcohol.   These will not cure
consumption, declares the national association.   No drug, gas or other ma-
tpihil has yet been discovered, which,
when  eaten.  Inhaled or injected Into
the body, wlll kill the germs of tuberculosis.
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
That you can secure the hest Are protection in the city at the
lowest rates. I write Insurance with no strings to it. You pay your
premium ancl your worry stops. None but the Rest Companies in
the business are represented by me. All losses that they have
ever had have been satisfactorily adjusted.
Call or phone for particulars and rates.
ALFRED W.  McLEOD
"The Insurance Man"
Suite 1, Curtis-Arm strong Blk.      Phone 62
Fresh air, which contains more oxygen than any substance known, will
destroy the germs of tuberculosis, If
lt Is breathed continuously for a long
enough period, and If rest and wholesome food are employed at the same
time to build up the body.
G. N. R. Agent Appointed.
W. F. Butcher, who for the past
year or so has been the assistant of
F. C. Meyers at the Great Northern
station, has been appointed to Ml the
vacancy caused by the retirement ot
his chief.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAV
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BB3B In Shirts ^e&
AT  THE  BIG   CLOTHING   HOUSE
Society
Mrs. R. Goulet will not receive again
this summer.
CHICAGO BABES TO
HAVE PRESS AGENT
EVEKYBODY GHAFTS
IN MOROCCAN ARMY
JU NF
25> 1911
Miss   Marion     Martin
friends in Victoria.
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Miss   Tina     Mowbray
friends at Chilliwack.
is    visiting
is    visitin
Mrs. II. T. Kirk has left for
to the eastern provinces.
a visit
Publicity Man Appears in
New Role in Civic Federation's Campaign.
Negligence and  Dishonesty of  Native
Commanders Give  French  Government Much Worry.
Mr. l). W. Dwlnnell, of Minneapolis
here on a business trip.
Mr. Hugh Springer was a Vancouver guest in town on Thursday.
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Mrs. G. O. M. Dock! ill. Queens ave
nue, wi.l not receive until the autumn.
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Dr. and Mrs. .1. Harold .lones are
expected home from a trip east on
Sunday.
Chicago, .lune 24.���Chicago babies
are to have their health administered
to by a press agent. Bulletins were
sent to Chicago newspapers yesterday
by the secretary of the Civic Federation announcing thai a campaign oi
������purity and education" is aboul to be
launched by this organization and the
health department for the benefll
babies and mothers. Bummert
1,lings   disease   and   discomfort
Paris, .June 24.���French news from
Fez is ominous as to the developments
in Morocco. Though British and
Clench officers have done much tn reorganize part ul' Ih'' Sultan's army, it
has   he'll   found   almost   impossible   in
induce many of tie' Moorish commanders to effectively picket their camps
ai uight. The result is that the
armies now out against
f j tribesmen   are   siitterin
August 15 to j
1910.
tour
rebellious
considerably
in,,i,. from night  surprises than  is al-
yj^  lowed i" be stated in official mea
even deatl) tu hundreds of babies, and
is   tu   he   thr   work   of   the   "press
$30,000  IN   PRIZES
Specially I
ut, railways and
Exhlbiti aenl
lines will bt
,D PREMlUM
���  "" all
Mrs. F. G. Benson, of Vancouver, is
the guest of Mrs. Richard Rees, Fifth
avenue.
Mrs.  H. R.  Davidson attended  Mrs.   .. ,.:|I
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Light, medium and dark
patterns. Stripes, checks
and neat patterns. The
pleated lines are strong-
sellers.   All new designs
From   $1.00   to   $2.50
Senklers  bow'
last week.
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The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole  Agents    for   20th    Century   Clothing   and
Christy and Stetson Hats
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Columbia Street
New Westminster, B.C
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Ladies' Blouses
AND
Children's Dresses
A. J. BIRTCH
The White House
617 Columbia Sf reef
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JUNE 30
f   THURSDAY
JUNE 30
HARRY  TIDY, Manager.
LOUIS F. WEBER
���PRESENTS-
MISS DELLA CLARKE
in her own Romantic Drama
"The White Squaw"
Seats On Sale At Tidy's Florist Store Monday, June 27
Prices Same At Other Large Cities.
AUTOMOBILE TIRES GO
UP IN PRICE JULY 1
N'ew York. June U4.���Automobile
tires will take an upward" Jump of
twenty or twenty-five per cent in
prices after July 1. The Increase ln
the price comes as a direct result of
(he constant drain upon the small reserve of rubber now held in the Bur-
j opean   markets.
' Two monlhs ago there was a market
supply of 3,000 tons of rubber of which
2,f)00  tons  were  held  abroad.  Today
' the total supply is 2.000 tons and
practically all of it is held abroad.
:%-   tournament   durii
it
agent" to make known the exclusive
merits of milk.
Chicago  lost   1,570   babies    during
July, Augusl  and September ol  lasl
states the bulletin.    And  man)
In the north a large body is enforcing extortionate taxation decreed bj
governmenl officials, while the three
other armies are busy within a slum
dl tance of tbe capital Itself.    These
annus   stalled   out    with   fully    15,1	
men, bul so wholi sale bave i>< en the
than halt thai
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Mr. Cluny MacLean and Mr, E3, J
Marshall spent the week end with
friends in town.
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Mr.   \V.  J.   Whiteside  has  returned
from a visit to his old home at Innei-
kiji, near Ottawa.
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Mrs. J. B. Hawkshaw has returned
from visiting her mother, Mrs. Mac-
Lean, at Vancouver.
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Dr, C. E. Doherty returned during
the week from a trip to New York and
other eastern cities.
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Mr. and Mrs. Swnerton. of Halifax.
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John McKenzie on Thursday.
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Miss Vera Corbould is in Victoria.
the guest of her sister. Mrs. E. O. S,
Scholefleld, for a month.
'""  r'"' '"" .'���"'.""���.TV',S:,S ln Xrever these armies go the country
federation are determined to reduce   > - ��� operations  are
i?,^Eur��2K-s: rsE-ss "**	
������. �� be t-rca "";-���;:::;;���;;,"!:";;,. ���,,	
unchei ked.   Commanders are di aw Ing
all the pay of the deserted men and
if what I.clones to those r< main-
Superb   ai
Spi edlng    1/ i
Spectacular   ' i
Broncho   Bustli
Chopping  Conti
ing  Events and i
Entries closi
prize  lis)  and
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JAS.    ROY,
Manager    and     Sei   .      ,   .,...
Exhibition   ; *
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hands of a "publicity man.    . e.,ei.o.
known as "the press agent."
���This   nn ssage   must     be    carriei
through the 'river wards-      ,   ,,   *   mos
���:;. ri, u;;.s; iv'omw';;::::n,';; ^.m>"���y^--; ,��-���
adviser will he brought Into play. He era who reals! are killed withoul par-
Colonel  Sutherland, of Ottawa, has
will furnish bright 'copy' for newspapers, use large pictures and lithographs   on   billboards,   lectures    and
i:;m ing pictures."
INCREASE   FOR   MEN.
B, &  M.  Railway  Employees Will Get
More  Money.
Boston. June 24.���Twenty-flve  hundred    employees    o      thef Boston    k
Maine  railroad   were   granted   nn  ad
it is a gamble to the average Mooi
which side he fights on. He is out for
' loot. Whom he loots or which Bide
lhe hi trays Is Immatei lai. Qrafl has
[reached Its most brazen and compll-
'cati d form in the army of Moroi co
The other day the Sultan had one
! force examined by a special ojcial to
I make Bure all the ait n were there.
But the wily command! r was   tore-
I warned:   He roped in numbers ol local
vance in wages ranging from the to tribesmen as Boldiers till the Inspeo
been a guest In the city for the Suth-   twenty-flve cents a day  at   a confer   tion passed.
eralnd-Arnistrong  wedding. ence  today.    Those affected  are K"f ' 	
���    ���    - ' gagemen, stationmen. crossing tenders
Mr.   Gordon   MacLean,   son   of   the   a<  all  station,  receiving clerks, dellv-
late ex-Mayor MacLean, of Vancouver,! ery clerks, checkers, and frleight ban-
is spending his holidays in town.
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Mrs. John Dowsett, of Australia,
spent Thursday in town, ihe guest of
her brother Mr. Walter Scbroeder.
1 dlers ut all stations outside of the Bos
'. ton terminal division.
Brown, Mr. F. Major. Mr. Turner, Mi.
Motherwell and  Mr.  Ironsides.
IMilECEK
bW!H UaU,G9c5li.
Mr. Justice and Mrs. Morrison, who
are at present touring in Ireland, recently visited the Lakes of Killarney.
Mrs. Laehlan McQuarrie was the delightful hostess of a charming tea on
* *    * | Friday in honor of a recent brl le, Mrs.
The Rev. B. B. Smith, of Saskatoon,  Alexander  McQuarrie.    Tlie reception  July    7
lias   been   the   guest   of   the   Kev.   C.   hall and drawing room were beautiful   July IE
W. and Mrs. Houghton, at the rectory,  ly decorated ��ith huge pale pink and
white peonies,    ln the dining room the
tea  table  was  most    artistic,    white
rambler roses, with bridal rose centre
piece, being used in ���! corating     Mrs
at  Bowen island,  N.  11. McQuarrie and  Mrs   a.  Harold
j Gordon poured  tea and  later  Mrs.  Al-
*    ���    ��� bert   Hall and  Mrs. Sivewright.    Mrs.
Mrs.   V.  C.   Brimacombe,  with   her j George i:. Cassady cut  the ices     As
daughter  is  down   from   Enderby  toisisting were Miss Briggs, Miss Naomi
spend  tlie summer  with  ber  Bisters, Briggs, Miss MacGowan, Miss Brown.;
the Misses Corbould. Miss  Gertrude  Brown  and  Miss  An
��� *   * nandale.   Mrs. T. Wardlaw Taylor and
Mr.   J.   J.   Jones,    who    has    been } Mrs.   \V.   C.   McQuarrie   assisted   the '
Tenth street.
Mrs. C.  B. Doherty with  her sister
Miss Josephine Martin, came up from!
their summer home
dining the week.
The Beautiful St. Lawrence Route and
Canadian Pacific Empresses.
From Quebec
From Liverpool. and. Montreal.
.inly    i. .   Empress   Ireland  . .Jul)  15
Lake   Manitoba   . . .July  21
Empress   Britain  . July 29
July  21 . .     Lake   ('hain|ilain   .   Aug.     -I
For  ticket   reservation  and  all  Information apply t<>
ED. GOULET,
C.   P.    R.   Agent.
SSflSil.
visiting in the Okanagan, on his way
home was the guest of his daughter,
Mrs, W. Humphries Edmonds, at Kamloops.
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Mrs. C. B. McAllister is spending
hostess   in   looking   alter     the     many
guests.
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On  Tuesday afternoon and ovenlng
Ithe Woman's Auxiliary ol Holy Trln-
a j ity Cathedral  held a tea and social in
DOMINION  LANDS   RAILWAY   BELT
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
WATER   NOTICE,
Notice ia uen
plication will i.  i
Ol   the "Water  Act, ill
license   in   the   Ni
vision   of   New    .  ��� ,
(a)   The  nan e of Coi
ver   Bower   Coi
head offlce al  ll
Bl ltish Colin: ii ....
000    divided   Ij
?! 00 each, all full)        |  ,;
name  of the  laki
unnamed stn ���. u
tion 29, hlock 5   nortl . .4
thence   In   am        esterly din I
flowing   into   the
1 The  point of dlversloi   . I
a   southeasterly   ���   ��� |
southeast   corni r 1
6, north iante 2, wi
tit)   of   v. ati ���       -   li
feel   i" i   bi    nd     1 ,-\
ot tin   proposed iu
and   pipe   Inn J
which   the    ��������� ������ ued
two (2), three four II,j nd
two   (2),  New  Wi let;
igi  The pur;.1   ��� I
is    tO   be    used,   di : I I I
ii ligation descrlbi ll
to      be     Irrigated, ���--I
age,   no;    111    If   the 1 tfl
be     used     foi -{I
[en poses del ~'M
water  Is to be >J
tural   channel x\
altitude   betwei
ami  point  of
Ciown   land   Inti        I to bi
by   the   proposed '
This notice ��������� -1
day   of   June.   1910. 1
will be made to thi \
the   13th   day   ol *
the   lialr.es   and
pailan   proprietors  or -j
or  whose  lands an   111 \
feited  by the pn posed �� 1
above or below tl -��� outlet, n        I
The part of the Memoranda ol M
social ion  of  the company wbli
agricultural     Dominion thorizei the propo 1
;e  Railway   Beit   not  re- works reads as follows: e03
week with friends in Vancouver. Mrs.
McAllister will be at home to her
friends on and after Friday, July 1, at
her home at Edmonds.
The marriage is announced to take
11:30 a.m., at Christ church, Vancouver, and  afterwards a  reception  will
St. George's Hall. At tli" conclusion
of the evening an Informal dance was
held. Among those remaining for it
were Mrs. Yuengling, Mrs. A. C. Eddy,
Mrs. C. Woods, Mrs. J. Brydges, Mrs.
James Brymner, Miss Frances Her-
place of Beatrice Ellen, daughter of j ring. Miss Eastman, Miss Grace East-
Mrs. B. M. Pilling, to Mr. William Nel- man, Miss McBride, Miss Alma Leamy,
son  Carty, on Tuesday, June  28, at |Miss Veda Leamy, Miss Vera Corbould,
Miss De Wolf Smith, Miss Nora Armstrong,   Miss   May     Richmond,     Miss
he hdld at 1536 Robson street. | Nan   Phillips,   Miss  Annandale,   Miss
Cotton,   Mr.   W.   Keary.   Mr.   Russell
Coast   Division.
Surveyed
Lands   in   the
served or withheld from entry and notjeots for which the companj ]
disposed   of  or  occupied,  are  open   to   llshed and to  which obJecU tl
entry under the provisions of the Bt it-  pany are restricted are the a "������-'���
lsh   Columbia   Dominion   Land   regula-  of water and  watei   power by rea
tlons. of unrecorded  watei  or bl '      1
if the  Kail- chase of water records or ��        1
Rendering ����� 1
In   the   Coast   Division   i
way  Belt any male person oxer eight-. lieges for
��� (g)
een years of age add otherwise ellg-jand water power available I J
ible, may obtain under entries as application and distribution Dj
homestead and pre-emption, a legal lng dams, increasing the bead
subdivision of forty acres of  Bench ter  in  any  existing body ���
died   for  at'or extending the urea therw
Land.    Residence  is  requ
least six months In each of flve years, ling the waters of any streani
lake Into any other cbanne
The   Ladies'   Aid   of   St.     Stephen's i Mr.   D.   Wright.   Mr.   L.  Johnston, Mr. lent for a twenty acie homestead.'ten   nels.   lav ing
Presbyterian church wish to announce | Harry Burnett.  Mr. Prank  Major. Mr.
tlieir   annual   tea   and   sale   of   work. 1 Oswald   Peele,  Mr.   Fred   Larmier, Mr.
Brown,  Mr.  Grey   Whittaker  and Mr.
Motherwell,
which will be held at the home of
Mrs. John McKenzie. St. Patrick sti eel
on the afternoon and evening of Tues.
day, June 28.
Total cultivation required to earn  pat
erecting any	
acres cleared and six cultivated, and Iflume, pipe or wiie. CODStru
lf the remaining twenty acres la pre-'race-way, rese.volr, aqueou
empted  by the homesteader, an  addi-i wheel,  building, or oilier ere
'!." '
A marriage of Interest to many in
New Westminster took place at Tacoma  on   Wednesday,June   IB,     when
Zelnta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wllk-JB. G. Thompson, of Knox I
eson, became the  bride of  Mr.   Fred-' chinch, officiated. The bri:u
On Wednesday morning at half pas!
eight the marriage took place ai the
home or the bride's fai her, Mi. u li-
Ham stott of Miss Barbara Stotl to
Mr. Charles Geoi 1 e tvtajo p
sbyterlan
WHO    WHS
tional ten acres cleared and six cul
tivated either on the homestead or
pre-emption,, no additional residence
for the pre emptlon. Price of preemption, five dollars per acie. payable In flve Installments with luteiest.
Conditional purchase entries may he
obtained for twenty acres of Bench
Land   by   a
Otherwise   eligible    nnd    not
homestead or pre-emption,   Residence! '29), block
work  which  may  ne mi"" I
Bectlon   with   the  improves"-".    1
use of the said  water and ff;"tr ' J
er or hy altering, renewing       ���
Ing,   Improving,   repairing,  of    -,
talnlng  any   such   work!  01
thereof."   un   The   Company
for a license to store water.
-*l_
,,��� <:oriif|
male   over   eighteen   and   of  the  proposed   reBervon   '
lidding  the said  water Is Bectlon  l**��     fJ|
flve  (6), u""!1
I.v
eric Ware Lane, of this city.    Mr. and   unattended,   wore   a   suit   of   wisteria
Mrs. Lane have taken up residence at: cloth,   with   hat   to   match.     Mr.   and
506 Queens avenue.                                       Mrs.  Major left  for a  honeymoon  trip required   onlv
*    *    *                              1 to the south and on their return  will the   fifth   year   hut   cultivation   duties lit  Is proposed to Btore tie
Mrs. J. c. Arms'rong was at home live on Queens avenue. increased.   Price, ten dollars per acre, dam;  tp)  The urea of tin
to her friends on Thursday afternoon,;     The   members   of   the   local   W.   C. five Installments.                                        ! site  or   sites  at   each   foot  I
when a large number of callers camel:'1.  l'- llol<1 ;i  very Interesting conven-|     Bench   Lands   in   this   division   are above the outlet, the depth
for  six   months  durlnj](2)   west;   10)   The  mean* |: ���
' -. ir 1
re.
il��,ve\,
...it*
ln for tea and to see the lovely pres-.1 tlon during the week.   Tin t-of-town j lauds    below    twenty-live    hundred (outlet    will    approximately j
(2,600) feet abo?e sea
ive
level
ents received at the Sutherland-Arm-jdelegates who were present all ex
stiong wedding. Mrs. Armstrong was ��� pressed themselves as highly dellghl
assisted in looking after her guests ; ed with both the convention and thi
by her sisters. Mrs. C. A. Lewis and [entertainment provided. Most inter
Miss Breese, and by Miss Beryl Brirgs, csting lectures were given by Dr. Urn
Miss   Ella   Cotton.     Miss     Margaret ��st Hall, of Victoria, and by Mrs. Dow
Lewis and Miss Alma Leamy. ;��"'!   the delegates  were entertained |poses or leased to settlers
���   ���   ��� 1 at  tea on  Tuesday   hy   Mrs,  George 1 subdivisions.
Mr. Allan WHmot. formerly of New , Adams. I     ,<:ntrM, ff.ft fnr  home8tead
Westminster, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.l *   ���   ��� tlon and conditions
B. YVIlniot. who Is a student at tho 1 "llf! results or the music examina
Royal  Military college, Kingston, has   tlons  in  connection   with   the    Roya
Uplands about six or seven
feet;   t'l1
Hi'
are lands above that  altitude and are|la proposed to acqulrejhe
lly to
under
.    ,.c��;
subject only to disposition by quarter|sary for the purpose, by pur    ^^
' SeetioriB
grazing   lease
[hinds  may  he
entrv   or^lf necessary by expropriation; ������ ^
Floi .led j proximately  the  number "
of sore
iimniled.   -^
homestead
to   sottlers.
reserved  foi-  hay   pur-1 intended    to    be   lffll
by   legal I square feet. ;
VANCOUVER POWER CO.
it. II. Sperling, General
Vancouver, B. C
pre-emp
purchase 1�� ten
dollars for each entry.   After securing
patent   in  connection   with   the   land,
ManaJ*
again headed his clnss In the recent Academy of Music, London, have been ! first entered for tne settler mav s
examinations at that school. Mr. Wll-
mot passed with similar honors last
year and his success wdll be a Ronrce
Of pleasure to his many friends both
here and at Vancouver.
*   ���   ��
A   number  of  young  people  had
announced. They are as follovTH, In
order of merit: Associated Board,
Gertrude MacKay, Dnra Kirk, Jean
Muir (llie flrst ancl last pupils of Miss
Laura Lavery, and the second of Mrs.
Reginald Dodd): Elementary, Caroline
Kennedy.   Phyllis   Coulthard,   Walter
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land Distri:-
Jolly littlo dance in St. G^oree's  Hill Rennie, Elsie Kirk  (all pupils of Mrs
on  Wednesday evening of Ciis  week. Reginald   Dodd);   Intermediate,   Gert-
Those   present  Included     Mrs.   V.   O. rude  Banton   (pupil  of  Mrs.  Reginald
Abercrombie,    Miss    Vera   Corbould, Dodd);    Advanced,   Francis   Gulchon
Miss Freese,  Miss Lewis, Miss  Alma'Vera Coulter   (of  equal   merit)    Mrs
Lewis,  Miss  Brown,    Miss    Gertrude Lennle,   (pupils  or  Mrs,   Dodd),  Miss
I Brown,   Miss   Keary,    Miss  Rlckman, Preese (pupil of Mrs. T. R, Pearson)'
I Miss De Wolf Smith, Miss Nora Arm- Higher Harmony.  Miss Laura Lavery
strong,   Miss  Josephine   Martin.   Miss (pupil  of  Mrs.  Dodd);   Theory   Mis.
1 Cotton. Miss Peele, Miss Russell, MIrs Marguerite  Pyne,  Vera   Coulter   Llla
Loamy, Miss Alma Leamy, Miss Veda Loamy, Frances Gulchon, Mrs. Lennle
Leamy, Mr. A. Leamy, Mr. Smith, Mr. Gertrude Banton nnd Miss Freese The
Gibson.  Mr. O'Brinn.  Mr.  Celery,  Dr. L.A.B.  candidates  for  pianoforte  nnd
Peele. Mr. O. Peele, Mr. P. Cotton, Mr. singing failed bv flve and seven marks
D. Wright, Mr. K. MacGowu 11,    Mr. vnly, respectively..
Intent
Commencing at a I'��?' ^n',,��� N
\V.
cure another entry and so on, hut not |
for more than a total of one hundred
and sixty acres. T~7Tr.nvc H|M
Entries under the British Columbia      Take notice that
Dominion  Land  Regulations, effective | of Abbotsford.  B.C.,  7'p"~ra"m|8s!oner
on   the  2nd  July,   1010,  may  on   and ; to  apply  to  the  Cnier i>o>   f<1|. ;1 ||.
after that date be made for lands then 'of Lands at  Victoria,  !'���    '������     petr0|.
open to entry.    Any lands withdrawn I conse to prospect for !',""_,;,��� Hpscrlh
from timber berths, as well as newly
surveyed  lnnds,  will   before becoming
avallahle for entry require advertise
ment.   for   thirty   days.       "Surveyed"
Lands for the purpose of entry means
legal   subdivisions  abutting on  a  sur
veyed   line,   or,   In   ense  of   Uplands
quarter   sections   abutting   on   a   surveyed line.
For further Information apply to the
Dominion Land Office, New Westmln
ster, B   C.
P. G. i.'FYFS.
fJ. .AV^STDvlr;.''?-:. Secretary.
conse to prospect  ....   ���
jeuni on and in the following *
led lands: , ...irl(rl| fl. '
it the |
Townfllul
N. W. corner, planted
corner of Section 28. in -
Municipality of Sumas, W* ' fc ,���,
Bter District; thence ea91 8�� ,.,,
thence south 80 chains, tnen (|
81 chains;   thence north M ,���
point of commencement nnu
thi��
ing C*i0 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford. R'1'
���ay of June, ^^QK^
.li .DAY. JUNE 25.  1910.
��� HE DAILY NEWS
FACE SEVEN.
rasterbrook Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
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ta
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEL   .   $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL        $6.75   per   bbl.
TERMINAL .5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR    .4.50 per Bb'-
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR ANU FEED MERCHANTS
I
UNION
SEEKS BIG WAGES
Price F. r Day's Work  During Busj Time to Rai
From $3.50 to $10.
jT  STREET.
New  We*tmlnster.
Telephone S33.
Walla   v.
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���YOU NEEDN'T
COME  AROUND"
to our offlce every time .ou
need a ton nf coal��� any or our
drivers will be glad to take
your order. Then, too, n I1"'-'-
tal will bring about the same
11. ult���good coal In your cellar at Bhorl notice. Also, our
phone Is In good order, and
their   iiniiil^is  are   15   and   16.
Coal i :ured  here Is crack a-
);���.. 1: coal, ho\\ i \ er Bl ������ Ul ed.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC   MANTELS���STAIR   RAIL-
I'JGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOOD
V/ORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
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\     farm
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hai   la . 'i tried and ha several
tin   oi   mli ei they
have profited from tin h fal in . and
that with the bi an It} ol laboi thli
)��� ���'! thoy will have im trouble li ob
talnlng lilghei wage i from the I ti in-
ei:;.
The price foi a day's work In h u
" '��� now ran ��� ��� ��� font %'l to $1 I ndi r
the new Bystem thl i Ib to bo ral led to
$3 50 in $10, ami iegular union i ulea
ol Ln. In the demand i ol I i< i an
Ization will bi used i rank I rad I.
who h;,-; hai vested man. time In thl ���
country, 11 al the head ol the movement, and i ��� now in the uppei < nd ol
1 . ,allej i..i. in ..! ������ on.i'ii li a \
1 . I'endleton, V i i in, Vlheua
und   '-'��� llti n dli trlct
Good Labor Bi an e.
fai mi i    "i  i hla i ei i lon ui i
an   e m.i  effoi i   io  i'i   i in 0
ii ew .   i.i'ioi i'  hai v >' ���  "i ei.': lon    ai I
uallj   begin     Thoi e an     everal too
oiib foi the   cnrcltj -���   labor, all i   a
ti   ' i  In  the one facl  i Iml  thi i
im n  are  golni   vs hi re  i In j   can  Iind
>|   nl ���    i mplo) nan!        Till      | i   .   ,    llu.
I ii mi i ��� nol nn. -. bul tli    icui he
li i' i.. und v. ii ii    ii h in |p i i.i .  may
be   compelled   to   reap   theli   li      i   I
year.
Con ii in tion woi It and ;������ n< ral   In
provemenl ai llvltles in ��� illroad
and  b n li   ri i ���   in    (he
help in e li ii. and    ���      i
���    ive ��� .i
of I      reasons to
.   |
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ere lined with
cai
���    i
mai lng
hai Vest
Formulae Have Been Well Tried Out
Though t;    N \ DRU CO line ol Medti
lot a i  ������ i lot tli   ��� ���'��� . don't think foi minute
���'   i i   v. ith m w .0 untrii .1 po paratiotui
Inal awl T. ii. i Preparations have been on sale
that in buying NA DRU GO goods you are
Their Origin
'l hr twenty-one wboln*aii�� drug fmin now united
In the '     dional" 11 > ��� 1 all .*f thei. leagthj  	
Punif f.it leu in (Mi. hundred yean, brtor to the union.
EJach firm had acquired or developed �� hUtubei of
valuabh Formulae for medii inal and toil el ptt parationa,
all ni wio.ii became the property ttl the "National''.
;.in. i tin union oui extx rt i hMttWti have i arefully
gone ovei tl ii -.1 formula ami lelectM tbe beal for the
NA-ORI   CO line,    Every ttw��U Wa* \s**t, catefully
��� l<uli��<l l,v  I  .<�������   .<|>*>(��. W��. r������4  if   p.iftibU,   mid
1 il��Ml    UlOfOtttftUJ     l������ir>��l     ftgaia,     in     B-tM��l   tl**., befort
we consider it good enough to bear tbe NA-DRU-CO
Tia.lr M.i, I
An l.mtmpln
A good example oi wh��i ��r*HMMi i�� NA OHU-CO
Nprvn;..,,^ for loain ):��-r m nMToni break-down.
The formula wai pronounced tlie ��**>** icieutiflc com
hi nation of nerve uiedii inr-��, '"it ihia ��m n��* enough bit
_ j w> hni ji tried out *itta a >k��*�� dlfftteni kind of
Drain workers     School T'ii. S����,   Lawyers,  Book
keepers   as wi ll ac '*.* iety l< ��d<-n ��nd botne worki rs,
up.11 ��� ���, ���. win n the i. -"ii was it> ^>��mI that we adopt* d
It ns one of the beat of th" NA-URU-< < > li".
$
There Ate thertfore ����  experiment!  B ,
NA-DRU-CO preparation! We have invested
.<i,., i,... much ,'"" work ami tfiontv in the
A |i_ i' c O Hue to take anv chances of di crediting it
with preparations thai might ������������* prove aatl factor]
we male . i,��,.|<,i. tr r��r����in 'hai each preparation ia
wUrftctoty before wi endorse it with the NA-DRU-i O
Trails Ma-k
A4< y,>ur phyaician or ynair druggist shout 'he
Com behind NA URtl i O preparations and about the
na DttU-t 0 line     Ftiejr ean tell ������������<   foi *���*- will
C.-..I. Ui*m, ���"' ,..r,.<.i.  ��� f���|l |;,t ���f j(,e in8re<Jien��t
i~* mi. NA-HMli ���< O article.
"Money Back"
If   by   anv   (hanif"   y��i   ��tw��ild   not   be fn'i"-1?
c^uof,..) with any NA-DRU ' < > at'v ,*��� you tryi return
iH�� unused bortteu to tlv> dmppiai from whom you
bought ii mvl he will  rt-fond  y>oi  mnnn     .. iliinglv,
ti��,, Iiujihu we rtturb to blm ewety cenl he c;v^a
!��< k In \-t)U.
If vie druggist should dot have th" particular
NA-DRU-t 'I article you sik fijr in sttx k he ran grt
it fur v��ai Within two days from our nearr-it wholesale
hiam li.
Soma NA-DRU-CO Prpparnlion*  Ymill I iivl M��.��l ^lisf_. lory.
t ,TA.nat,\*A** rotlel I t*****%
"T nl' ��m  PowiUr
foott P��Hb
iu<ilh Powder
n a- onu-co.
r.illl   ..i.n  t-n'.i.n'  iq  rfmi   ��,i<a
rnntjc mark
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National Drug aiul Chrmi< nl
Company of Canada, Limited
W|��'il.,.U   .  aa^m-ram.   . ��� >
MAIIFAX.      ST. JOHN,       KK*NtHrAI_       OTTAWA
KJN&STOH.   TORONTO,   HA MB TON.   LONDON,
WINNIPFO.   BF.GINA.   CM/iAPV,   NELSON,
VAN'OtfVFB.       VICTOP.IA.
pl,*-^,nHftn r'.^w
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Htalnaaia Ipjiir Oinhnrnt
lo^^^ch" flnm
Whi��- !jt,im-nr
WA    ORU    CO.
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Lots
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f-r parts of the 11 irvetrt will
until Ponrth of
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! . Sub. Block 12. betw ��� ���'   ��� I
��� Avenues  ti  t   ���   ast of  L8th Street.
- ��� ������'��� $350, one quarter ca.-.h, balance 5,  12
: IS months.   These lots are close to the
tut off, ancl you will be wise if you step
low and secure them.
Two Good Buys
l nice lota on   Hamilton  St..   all cleared,
L50.    Pr.ce $800 each caah, or $1000 on
terma.
..n7 on 11th St.. Block 19,  Sub.  block 7.
��� "ice $750 on terms.
Maple Ridge
-   nvLm of good land, close to M... ion City
ice is $85'per acre.   $1000 caab band -
'������ ���    Blalance on very easy terms.
AFTER STANDARD OIL.
Austrian
Government  Wou'd
S^le  of  Refineries.
0
3," a patriotic B��Tmon; $v9Hifig;
Sons oi Ligbt,'1
ST   STEPHEN'S   '<' tESBYTEtl  '
-Ilev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., Ph.
I)., pastor.    '���'���*' kieti at  it k.tn. and
7;30 p   rn      Morning: :   "Thp Stranger
Within   Our  Gates";   evening:   "Our
Force   Nationul   ft��BpOMlMittt*B."
*
re i�� an < ��por1     ty fot you to buy I'fiby a I
fp-To-Date Collapsibl< oi   foldinK GO-CAItT %
At a Reduction of
r Cent.
Q(:F.F,N"S -WKNTT, VTBTHOMST���
London, i me   'A     \ flesp&tcb from i.PV   (-   w   Brown, B.D., paoror. Ser-
|Vienna, to tl ��� ��� a i ral News says tim vioes at n a  rn Hrif] 7-^0 p. m.   Siw-
Kustrian    jo   rnmetl    Ea    adopting f)av s,. Kflf>. :r  > .;,i p   m.   evening:
strong  measures to Induce  the Stan- ���T'hf, geve��t?) ('.<,rnmanflrnent."
0        '...���:"      " Kb   ItS HAPTN5T     Rev    A    P   Rak
,,,..,,            ,���.,-.���  on   eomnany OLIVET "APT'ST-Re*. A. F. Bait.
.,.-    ���    kkln�� strong  Inr u on ����.  P"^.     . ervi.es   11  am   and   ,
 ,     ..   :������-������'   -   ���   in   r^ o.m.     Sunday     SOhOOt   at     2:3��ip.m.
,,lm t6. Midweek  prayer meeting on  Wednes-
M      lOtl                      "����� " 8^'��k'    M"���>���   "The Man
This means a saving to you of 20 cents on every
dollar. Only a few left, so come early to get the
choice.
Watch Our Windows
Intends   -���   ���  That Makes Oood
arrangement ��h��  .by    ������ no   *t**Kt.* Safety.
,   1 ,        ...    ,il over the oil rorn-
. j   ,, merles
,      .:.,,,    is   1 Itandard's an-
. ;   ..���   ivot eighty ***
evening' 'Sorlety
BANKER PRISONER   SOON
TO BF. GIVEN  FREEDOM
KMOX     PKRSVtYTKRiAN' Rev.   R.
(I. Thompson, M.A.. pastor . nhl'.o
worsli ;��� ���' ii'rtitlg, Holy C-ommnnion,
11 am . evening, ?:30 p.m. Bihle
rlass and Sni.harh School '���> M p.m.-
V P. S C. I-" ��� Tuesday < p.m , prayer
meeting.
Company, Limited
T. R. PEARSON, Manaser.
fj-'-"xe:     The  Dominion Trust
S-\Pl'|.'i: i'(i\    Mi.'T'iOi'ifST      Rev
B.  u   frraden,  pastor.    Setvicea    at
���ii   ,lune.'i       '��� ��� ��� -��� '��� ���      "   11   _.m.   and  7 p .ni.   Sunday  selioul  ai
: .  r. in    Kpwo: th  League on  [ifO,d ��� v
at 8 p   ffi     Special rnopening services
.,->   hi id   rnoriiing   and   ^vetting,
p. v   w  ,i   sippreii. D.n., of Columbia,   eollege  Will .reaeh m ihe morn-
n.      ������- '    ' I  5  Tanvv,  Of   Vancouver, in the evening.   Special music
:m,i   bowed   down   i.v   i'1-   'xo''-
irs Thomas B       ���������
rrom . aribrt il    who was   ik< rt to the
Stillwater prison in 1'1"7 lo "',
senten it eight  te   ��� ��� '
priatlng funds of ���    '    '' <"" ';1
iv,,i.!   will li" relPHsed   Vngnat   in  t
Hfter "having served a 1 'e than  at ^th services.   In the ev*tt!��g MiBB
a yens' time    president Taft,  it  Chastle   will   sing    "Take   i;p   Thy
the earneBt  request   if fhe old hank- gy(juB."
EceTfour.  I !0���ctnintw.n     sixth    ,vkx,'K   IMMBffH
_nod bettavlof during ootliflnemeiit. at il a   m and ,..t0p. tt.   GWot^n eet-
li,-n nie aged man leaveB the pri*   Mg   ��   10  a. tt.    Sunday  school ,a���
in    .(Mm, Rpworth  league,  Monday
rvinnoVnVTePS^rt^ g > !>���  n,    P-'ayer meeting, Wednes-.
day at s p. m
for from the looflttS of the hank to
,;,��� ,,.,,,( man'a depurtuve ffom prison,
it .'��� ine ensn has heen emhlnz-
,,���,���! with incidents seldom foun 1 Ottt-
,,.,���    ���!.-.   i'l.'ilm   of  fiction.     Clement.
,,.,:   . .���  n-ied   of  pinning    worthless  h0 "CC(ndnrtV(t  ln  the   S. A.  barracks
,u   Hie  hank  to  the exlent  Ofl ......   .���   ......
Rev. P. L. Carpenter,
of 'Burnaby, will preach in the morning. Evening subject: "A Noble Ambition.''
SALVATION   ARMY���Services  will
Overuse in the   .
11 WILL BRING RESULTS
plinel        ".       amy        .
���con i.nn and using tbe money derived
,   m,i M investments In Southern
, ,i   vhiell decreased In value.   Some
,���.���>.:it,vs   were  made   bankrupt  and
.    ivuik  paid   sixty-three cents on
��� ;,e dollar when its affairs were wound
���,      (icment   la   now   seventy-nine
years old.
oy Captain and Mrs. Jones, of Van
cOuVer, at 11 a. m., 8 p. m. ana 7:30
p. m.
WEST KND PRESBYTERIAN���
Twelfth stieet. Rev. James Reid,
B.A.. pastor. Public worship at 11
a. ni. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school
at 2:30 p. m.
Denny & Galloway
43-45 Sixth Street.
Store closed every Wednesday at 1 o'clock.
******Ay***********A*********************************i
Attention 1
If you have Real Estate for Sale
If you want to Purchase Real Estate
If you want any kind of Insurance written"
If you want to Borrow Money
-Consult With-
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
J !
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���   *y:* ..i
PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, JUn
E 25.
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i Warm Days
X Are Coming
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I ClTY News I I Another List of Bargai
ains
GET YOUR HAMMOCK BEFORE THEY
ARE ALL GONE.
FOR OUR
Mrs. W. N. Draper, Eighth street,
will not receive again until September.
McQuarrie tiros, are specialists in
Xew Westminster realty. Watch their
advertisements for bargains. **
*******
Anderson
&
Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Look for July issue
ster Courier.
Xew Westnii'.i-
a*************************
The Westminster Modern
Business School
lie opportunities offered | ki"ds of Spring Bedding Plants
ind   congenial   employ-  Davis' Greenhouse, It .08.
If   every   young   man   and    young;
woman  fully  realized  the advantages
of pursuing a course at this institu-j
tion and then tl
for profitable
ment. he or she would not hesitate In
selecting this School as an avenue
for advancement. We give the same
conscientious attention to placing our
students into positions as we do to
instruction. Satisfied students are
our best advertisement.
A. L. BOUCK,
Columbia    St.
A.  w.   McLeod   was  in   Vancouver
yesterday  on   business  In   connection
with some insurance  lie  was, placing
; there.
For spring plants or cut flowers,
plione Davies' Greenhouse. R208.      **
Don't forget the lacrosse match between Victoria and New Westminster
I here on Saturday. **
The Junior Royal Templars are
holding their annual picnic to Second
beach today, leaving on a special car
at Infill ]). in. The car leaves Second beach on the return trip at 8
p.  m.
That wonderful picture, "The
Shadow of the Cross." will be shown
at the Crystal theatre. **
Tomorrow will be observed at Patriotic Sunday in all the Presbyterian
churches in Canada. Appropriate sermons will be preached dealing with
love of the motherland and loyalty to
the flag. In the morning the subject
in all churches of this denomination
will he "The Stranger Within Our
Gates."
The management of the Bohemian
Cafe sees to it that the best only is
served there. **
The July issue Xew Westminster
Courier will be on sale on June 30. **
Manager Tidy, of the Westminster
Opera house, put in a busy day yes-
! terday, when he booked two attractions for the opera house. Kichard &
Prlngle's famous minstrel show will
be here on Tuesday, July 19, and a
musical comedy. "Tom. Dick and
Harry," will be here soon afterwards,
although the date has not been definitely settled.
Big Alteration Sale
Week-End   Bargains  of   the  variety
Desirable Summer Merchandise.    Note these
sure  to  be  of  unusual
w  lines.
worth to thi Be w
in ae
SOILED AND ODD LACE
CURTAINS
Sample Curtains���Half Price���15 sample pairs of Nottingham and
Brussels Net Curtains: white and cream; Blightly soiled and mussed
through handling: all 3 yards long: 46 to 62 inches wide. Any pair
in  this lot at exactly  half the regular price.
For    Geraniums.    Dahlias
and   all
phone
Captain and Mrs. Jones, of Vancou-
: ver. who will be in charge of the Salvation Army services here tomorrow,
j will   leave   next   week   for   Dawson,
where they will be stationed for some
i time.
610
The    Xew    Westminster   amateurs
play  Victoria, the league  leaders, on
Principal. | Saturday   at   Queens   park   at   three
(O'clock.    Go! **
I
Victoria leads the amateur league.
Come and see them in action on Saturday,^ Queens park. **
The July issue N'ew Westminster
Courier will be on sale on June 30. **
A handkerchief social in honor of
Miss Mazie Robertson was given yesterday evening at the residence ot
Miss Alice McLeod, Second street
when the following were present:
Miss Mazie Robertson, Miss Minnie
Johnston, Miss Florence McLeod, Mi*.
Julia Gifford, Miss Alice McLeod, Miss
Rena McLean. Miss Eunice Pride,
and Miss Mary  Livingston.
At 65c Per Pair
wide.
and 3 yards long. White Nottingham   Lace;   34  to  42   inches
Regular values 75c to J1.00.    Sale price, per pair. 65c.
At 95c Per Pair
vai'ds long, Mi inches wide,  line While  Nottingham  Lace.
values $1.25 to $1.50.    Sale price, per pair. 95c.
See Large Window for a Few Patterns
Fancy Princess
Dresses, $4.95 Each
Dresses;
fronts;
White, pink,   k   and chan
pagne;   one   pi,  .   Pri|
panel ...
trimmed   ���.���,��>
enciennes    I.  ���
new   si \ les   !
i hoose.     All   ���
goods    Bize
lar prices |6 00 ���
price, each, $4.95.
A    doze:
���
���;..
Itcg-
3 yards long,
values $1.65 to
At $1.35 Per Pair
52 inches wide, nice line Nottingham Lace.
2.00.   Sale price, per pair,
Regular
$1.35.
Crystal Theatre
KNIGHT   &   VERNER,   Proprietors.
Ho for the Ladner Races!   Steamer
Transfer will leave B. <*.���   K. wharf at
10 a. in. Saturday, June 25, for Ladner,
Xew Westmln- j returning leave Ladner at 7 p. m.
At $1.95 Per Pair
30 pairs of Nottingham Lace and Colonial Cabl
white, cream, ecru. Arab and green: 3 yards long.
$2.50 to $3.00.   Sale price, per pair, $1.95.
Net   Curtains in
Regular   values
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Lion   Hunting    in   Africa.���Sensational.
When the House Rent was Due.���
Comedy.
Look for July issue
ster Courier. **   j
The young ladies of St. Peters par- Tidy's
ish   will  give  a  garden  party  at  the!
residence of Mrs. William Carroll, Co-
White and Colored
Wash Skirts,
$1.25 Each
Regu'ar Values $1.50 to $3.55
Pique,    Pop In,   Repp, ]:.
dian   Head,
in   white   and   d
only   a   small   -
clear, at. each, $1.25,
week-end  sale of palms
Flower Store.
at
Case of Arson.���Drama.
Weds    First    Meal.
-Corn-
Newly
edy.
The  Magnetized  Man.
Spanish  Views of  Postcards.
Illustrated song by W. J. Sayc"
entitled "The Hat My Father
Wore Upon St. Patrick's Day."
lumbia street, in the afternoon and
evening of Wednesday, June 29, the
proceeds to be devoted to the Providence orphanage.
For a pleasant cool  drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. **
The   July   issue   Xew   Westminster
Courier will be on sale on June 30. **
The bark Alta left the Fraser mills
j last night with 150,000 feet of lumber
for   Xatal.   South   Africa.     The   boat 1
; came down opposite the city last night
and  is  at   present   at   anchor   in   the
I stream.    She   is   short   handed    and
until she gets some more men she will
have  to  lie   in   the  river   here.     The
Marlechen, the  boat   with  the     high
masts, has not  yet finished  her loading at the mills.
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite  B. C.  E.  R.  Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT  SERVICE
GIVE   US   A   TRIAL
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
descriptions
You may be sure you will
get the best service if you bring
your prescription to us. Xo
matter what doctor gives the
prescription we can fill it and
Five you exactly what is ordered, at fair prices. Xone but
competent dispensers employed.
Curls Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50;.
Phones:     43;     Long     Distance,    7-1;
Residence, 72.
New    Westminster,    B.   C.
A young lad employed at the Royal
City mills had a narrow escape from
serious injury yesterday afternoon, becoming entangled in the machinery of
one of the planers. The machinery j leaves 9:10 a.ui
was stopped just in time to prevent good time,
his scalp being torn .off.
T ���  _ . _ . Look for July issue
Lacrosse at Queens park on Satur- Lter Collrle���
day; \ictona vs. .New Westminster.** ;
Sons   of   Scotland   picnic   to   Westminster   Junction.     July   l.     Sports.
highland    dancing and piping.   Trains
Come and  have a
SILKINE SPOOLS
2 FOR 5c
About in boxes of Colored
Banshee Lustre. Silkoshlne,
Stag Crochet Silk and Silkine
Spools in all colors. These lines
we have decided to clear out
entirely, carrying hereafter only
one line known as Silkine. All
these odd lines, to clear, at
2 spools for 5c.
Xew Westmln-
*+
Women's Summer
Parasols, 95c Each
2 dozen only, the balance of
our Btock ni Fancy Summer Parasols. The wai mer weather is
ahead, bo the offer comes at
an   opportune   time.     Regular
values $1.50 to $3.00. Sale price,
each,  95c.
Heavy   Turkish   Towels
Sale   Price 40c  per  Pair
Whit
Towels
sale   Bl
our   big   alteration   Bale      Regular  \ ul ui s  60,  65  and  Toe  per
pair.
Eci i  and   Dark   Hi ou :i
new   lines   placed  on
b week-end special tor
Summer Suitings
and  Cotton
Vo
lies
25c  per Y.t-cI
Regular  35   to i
this special lot
must   valuable   wi
ed   and   embroide les In
nice    colorings;
sailing  materials  In pi
nis and  strip.-      i ...
of voiles were 60 to 11
suitings  ranged  In  price I
30   to   50c.     Ss e   ; rl ���   pei
yard, 25c.
The   annual   picnic   of   the   Young I    0n   Monday,   Tuesday.   Wednesdaj
Men's Baraca class of Olivet Baptist  and Thursday of next week the  pro-|
church will be held early next month, i v        -1        "   "'
probably  to  Stanley  park  of Blackle |
! spit.    This class meets every Sunday
j afternoon at half past two o'clock in
Olivet Sunday scliool room.
"The Shadow of the Cross' is coin-
ling to the Crystal theatre. **
N'ew    Westminster    Courier,
issue, will be the best yet.
July
house will be open from seven to nine i
in   the evenings   for  the  payment   of
taxes.    Thursday  is the  last day  on
which the discount of twenty-five per,
cent is allowed on  the taxes, and  in i
order to accommodate the usual rush
at the last moment, Assessor Creighton has decided to keep his office open
in the evenings.
Al imt   1."  only
price,   eacli,   25c.
CHILDREN'S PARASOLS, 25c EACH
small Children's Parasols.    Plain and fancj  colored to]
Regulai
A new car, Xo. 124, was yesterday
turned out of the  H. C.   E,  R. shops
here  and  was  given  a  trial  run  o^
Twelfth street. The new car was built
1 for the  Vancouver service and is of
I the latest "Pay as you enter" variety,
' equipped with a new patent fender the
company is trying out.
I
Carloads in and more on the way.
j See our stock.    We defy competition.
i For  Anything  in   the  Furniture  line
come to W. E. Fales. **
Xew    Westminster    Courier,
issue, will be the best vet.
Julv
Xew    Westminster    Courier,
issue, will be the best yet.
July
*��
The annual law examinations for
the province will start In Victoria on
Monday, when law students' from the
island and from the lower mainland
will write on tlieir examinations,
Those going from here are Adam
Johnston, who is writing on his fina
George Cassady and Angus McCo
who are writing on their second and
intermediate, and Allan Shaw, who is
| writing his preliminary. The examinations will be held in the law courts
at Victoria.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
r
THIRTY TWO TRAVEL IN
FLYING DEUTSCHUND
' New Things To Eat"
Do you know that the "ROYAL" is serving new dishes all the
time���cooked "A la Carte." You only live once in the world and
why not eat the best. Spring "Chicken" and fresh vegetables; fresh
fruit and cream, from our own "ranch" will be brought in daily.���
Come and bring a friend today.
Ten  Women   Included   in   List  of   Pas
sengers���Airship   Passes   Over
G-eat   Krupp   Works.
-THE-
COME AND
SEE US
In Our Xew Quarters In the
DEANE BLOCK
Four  Doors   East   of   Pank   of
Montreal
L
We Have Just Received a Fresh
Stock of Popham's Chocolates
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Columbia St.   New Westminster.
The Royal Cafe and Grill
Which  Is at 604 Columbia  Street.
PHONE 375
Dominion Trust Block, Main Floor
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Some Special Snaps
 THESE   WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
5 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
of  this  property.    $350  each.   Terms.
10 lots extending from First, to Second street. This property
is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
\     F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
Z.******, ********************************************
Ouesseldorf, Germany, June 24.���
The Deutschland on the longer trip
today rallied thirty-two persons, including ten women, lhe largest number transported by a similar craft at
one time. Running with the wind,
tlio airship attained a speed of fifty-
six an.l one-half miles an hour.
The trip was from ibis city to Essen, Dormound and Berchun and return.
The airship passed over the chimneys of the great Krupp works at
ICssen.
On the return tiip the Deutschland
encountered a lain storm and had to
tight her way against a heavy wind.
Upon landing the women passengers
said they had not experienced a moment of discomfort.
The revenue in fares from one trip
is   .3,000.
TO ASK HIGHEST COURT
TO   DEFINE   BOUNDARY
St. Paul, June 24.���It |8 probable
that within the nt xt few months the
Hulled States supreme court will be
asked to decide just where Minnesota
ends and where Wisconsin begins with
particular reference, to the Mississippi
river. The old "Father of Waters"
whose channel changes and shifts almost with the varying seasons, has
gotten a Mlnnesotan In trouble for
violating the game laws of Wisconsin
and this resident of the Gopher state
declares he was not violating the Wisconsin law because he was Ashing in
Minnesota when arrested.
The federal courts have held  tint
where a river i.   the boundary   be-
MERCHANTS' RANK Of C
Head Office    -    Montreal, Que.
Capital $6,000,000
Rest Funds  .1,000,000
Total Assets (over)  60,000,000
ESTABLISHED   1864.
This Bank has 145 Branches in Canada.
A General Banking Business
Transacted
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
We give Special Attention to Savings Bank Deposits
$1.00 Starts an Account
Best rates of Interest paid.   No delay in
Withdrawals
OPEN SATURDAY  EVENINGS  FROM 7 TO 9.
This gives everybody, working men, merchants, et �����
an opportunity of cashing cheques or making depos
H. C. Adams, Mgr
one
New Westminster Branch,
m*matw*v*wm <w"T"
tween the states, the center of the
stream ls the dividing line, But the
Mississippi changes its channel so
often that the line Is not easily established. It Is particularly hard at
Lake I'epln, whkli is really little mo'e
. river
tho
than  a spreading the
broad expanse.    Both
Of Mlnnisota and WW
into court "
ovei
ttorne)'1
sin
genera
wish to take the case
get a decision.    In the BftWtw
Qs! er.::.:i  is  !
t-ie
water.

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