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 iA/hite R��ck
"cVas.de pb^erty
u/ii TE, SHILES & CO
^"^'WESTMINSTER.
ampsng
..HITE   ROCK/' THE   PLACE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
PHI        F1V10 CENTS.
URN TO DEATH TO^TTUE
^**rSm*r       ^^���  ������" ' ��..���>>     mnnn
p3S ���
I JL * 6.WJWLWAY
Was Governing Build-
L d to1"3 Have Been
Lrially Altered.
IS
COLORED PORTER IS FOUND
GUILTY OF USING KNIFE i
i
Sentence   on   E.   M.   Bryant   Reserved
Until   Monday���Prisoner   Previously
Bore Good Character.
ml mum
11 BLOCKS ARE Wit
LEMIEUX ANXIOUS TO       FREIGHT HE JUMPS
USE ONLY BRITISH BOATS     m m mm
monton,
JtllH
Worst Disaster Known  in  Queen  City  for  Many Years
Spreads With Alarming Rapidity and Takes Terrible
Toll of Life -Tenants Hemmed in by Flames
-ettcr  Marked  "Via   New  York"  Will
Be Thing of the   Past in Not
Distant   Future.
11 >.��� During   the
-*<-���-  , i,,  imura   some   rathei
|    ��� Su, which will
ktloi inge i��� the Plans
pment, Including
I,       . tductlon ol a rail-
I ^factory   condi-
�������       ,,,,. which l   was
s'-M      ,   ���, expected to oc-
| :I��� \eturntn the
fc*S   general manager ol
MJ iiway company, who
'���kG' with the- president.
lZ* in Winnipeg.   Mr. ClarK
riS living in Minneapolis.
Jui    ��� ������= h:'ni*?:i\ ���"���
been completed to Bryai
-;-. llng nr:,i of Foley.)       -
'   ��re!ritb��,et Wa
, _ Great Wa-
. lel   ^present
,n    1- one of the most
'   , ...          ithy contracUng    ���������, ,..
���*" ,             prepared to com-- two wars' experiment
on  the  roadlm-!- ...���..,
After  a  trial lasting  most of  the
daj yesterdaj E. M. Bryant, a colored
pmicr, wus found guilty ol wounding | ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Alfred McKernan, a C. P. It. Bleeping
car conductor, hut Jodge Howay re- Seattle, June 10. ���(Special to The
suiM-il sentence until Monday. In Daily News)���The most disastrous
the meantime the police will look up fire which ha8 visited thlg city since
Bryants record and character, which   .���.��� .    ...
several Witnesses yesterday testified 1889, when Seattle was practically de-
were exceptionally good. Bryant's stroyed, razed eight blocks to the
Wife and two daughters were in the ground tonight and did damage
courl room during the progress ot the amounting to well over a million dol-
1trial. ********
The prisoner's Btory is to the effect
ill,at there was an argument in which |
McKernan attacked him and when he , have been lost.
the  fiom- and  pounding I Increased  later.    No official
the knlft
conductor's   Btory   designates
ii, ....it  as the aggressor.    There were
no Witnesses to the actual affray.
NEW YORK   FLORISTS
SELLING  NEW   VARIETY
New York. June 10.���New- fork flor-l
Ists have ad led to their Btock a new I
'   variety, the straw flower, which after
two years' experiment   has heen suc-
^^^__ cessfully transplanted frftn Europe to
lately ��� ��� arrangements  thla r(iumiv
i\--. - the ����ew ar-      u is ���  ;.���.jeiv of the    Immortelle
'*���'��� '     ecelved    the   ap-  famny and i8 described as of a pecul-
.   ���       id ministration ot  larly (,!ll>iw. beauty, by reason of the
province. thU  connection   diver gray sheen which covers Its ex-
��   "-- little difficulty la terlor     T!:���  .,...,,  .,,.,, ���r    a ,.,,;,,,
--hade and the center of the flower a
deep yellow.    The blossoms are half
an ue b in diameter.   The .terns are
: and Blender.
these had grown to individual  confla
grations of  serious importance.
Several members of the fire brigide
proved themselves heroes, endangering their lives in rescuing hap'ess people imprisoned in the burning buildings.
I     Three    firemen    are    missing,    but
_______        ' whether they  are  dead  or  have  been
s- | taken   to   temporary   hospitals   cannot
Twenty-five   lives   are   reported   to j be ascertained.
This number may be I     The city of Seattle was almost com-
__^^^^^^_^__^__ [count   is   pletfcly destroyed by fire in June, 1889,
16  had in  liis | available. . j when   the   damage   amounted   to   over
'     A    feeling    akin    to    panic    swept   thirty   million   dollars
through   the   crowd   gathered   to   witness   the   awful    spectacle   when   the
report that ten lives had been lost was
first bruited.
A few minutes later the number of
reported victims grew to forty, but
this was shortly after reduced to
twenty-five. This is as near an actual
estimate as is possible at the present
time.
Almost   every   fireman   in   the   city
Montreal, June 10.���Hon. Rodolphe
Lemieux, postmaster general, who was
ln the city today, stated in an interview thai he was doing all he could
10 hasten the day when no letters
would leave Montreal marked "Via
New York." The minister stated that
he had as yet. made no arrangements
with the Canadian Northern and the
White star Dominion companies, but
be expected there would be an arrangement in the near future by which
three malls will leave each week for
Great Britain,
The  contract,  with  the  Allan   line
Three Trainmen Lose Their
Lives When Rock Derails
rj rain-Track Torn Up-
Fort William, June in.���Three trainmen lost I heir lives When an east-
hound freight train left the tracks
early this morning near Port Cold-
well, about  175 miles east of here.
The dead are:
Kiank   Wheat ly,  engineer.
J. .McMillan, brakeman.
lv  Clark,  Iii email.
All are of Schrieber, Ontari
The  engine,   which   struck
rock
from    the
over
The  city   did
disaster   for
not    recover
many years.
The police had great difficulty in
maintaining a cordon at a safe distance from the burning buildings, so
gre^t was the pressure of the crowd,
anxious to watch the conflagation.
The danger from flying embers was
great, three policemen and nearly a
dozen firemen   being   Injured.
Some trouble was experienced with
'rolled down an embankment into l*k��
Bhared    f the Canadian Pacific, wll,   superior, ro .Meet down, and is-*
^hffnod^nlfeairangementsbadll? and Clark in  seveniy-.ive  feet of
SJB?  Mr<,ll^x1,L:id:,u:1i,ve!W^,i,,an, who. was found  near the
possible,   .Mr.   lsuwu	
a regular trl-weekly mail service from
this port very soon. Mails had already
been sent by the White Star Dominion line, and no doubt all of the lines
who put on fast bouts would get mails
to carry, as he would much rather
pay money to Canadians for doing
Canadian work than to strangers.
LOCUSTS AND  REVOLUTION.
ti rei
it: I
AMERICAN    KILLED.
Idler  of
Fortune   Slain
guan  Battle.
Nicara-
kllwaukee.  June   I      Charles     B.
f laa received
l nlted  Statei
ui at Blui iragua, that
;on Louis K. R   ��� nthal, had b< en
led iii Nicaragua   be-
L the 1 'I *������" fcovern-
y |    i t La Cleba. - ���    !
I* ictti ther, dated April  weekly   b
I said that be had   ,loi    -
ljutant to Gen- Winnlpi g
Ottawa
HEALTHY CONDITION SHOWN
Almost   every   fireman   in   mt   v.n7       ^u,,.^  .... 	
was  called  out  to  battle  against the   two of the fire engines, a delay ensu- |
fire fiend. For a time it seemed as ing which permitted the flames to '��� El Paso, Texas, June in.���Yucatan.
if a who'e section of the city was gain considerable headway in the in addition to its revolution, is suffer-
doomed, and only by almost superhu-   early stages of the conflagration. j ing   from   a   plague  of   locusts   which
man efforts were the flames confined, The water pressure, owing to the , threatens to destroy all the crops In
to the eight blocks destroyed. i condition   of   the   reservoirs,   was   not   a large region.
The fire started shortly after nine ' as strong as it should have been, j The insects have come in clouds
o'clock, and after burning briskly for some of the streams failing to reach; that in some places literally ohscure
some   time,   but   without   any   indica-   the upper stories. I the sun, and panic reigns among the
tion that it would assume serious pro- ���     At half past two o'clock the fire was   planters.   Fruit trees and in fact every
portions, the flames seemed to break   under control,  but owing  to  the  dan-   kind  of vegetation  are destroyed.
( out   In   a   dozen   different   places   at   ger of falling  walls  no search  of the
once and before the firemen had time   ruins   for   bodies   of   victims   will   be
to    master    the    incipient    outbreaks,   commenced  until daylight.
rails with a broken neck, is thought
to  have  jumped.
Kails and telegraph poles were torn,
up for a considerable distance.
Only a few of the freight cars left
the   track.    None   of   the   men  were
married.
The train carried with it many feet
���of permanent way, thus interrupting
direct   communication.       A   wrecking.
j train was hurried [rom Schriehe.r. The
| north   track  here  runs  along  Hie famous North Shore, within a few feet
of   Lake   Superior,   the   rock  sloping:
down   abruptly   into   tlie   water.
AIM   BIG.
BY WEEKLY BANK CtEARlNOS KANGAROOS ABE OUT FOR   Cli PLANS DOUBLE TRACK
DICK BURDE'S TIMEPIECES FROM PORTAGE TO BRANDON
���
i ARTIFICIAL RUBBER
IS MADE IN GERMANY
.June   1".���Bradstre
Prii
'nee  Movement   Mounting.
ft, \ io.���Bradstreet's
: trade tomorrow
price movement
I ghei  range.    Business
wei k  terminating
tb Ti:.- rdlu  sbrdlu  Bonnn
��� i   innge.    BUBlnesa
i   ��� | toi   the   week   U i-
Thursday     nun ber
iparea with i l*ht-
D loi nd t weiity-nlno in
like week In 1909.
Calgary
Hamilton
Victoria   ���
Edmonton
Toi i nto
Vam ouver
Quebec
, Halifax
' St .lohn
London,
Regina
��� ���learinusa
$48,468,1	
..   16,173,000
3,611,	
3 154,000
1.910,1	
2,091,000
1,228,000
33,139.000
8,275,	
lnc
20.
;.;������
67 2
16.6
55.1
13,
Boys   Under   Fourteen   Years   of   Age
Form Team and Will  Have Try
for Watches.
Contract Is Let for Extension of Two-
Line   Road   West   of
Winnipeg.
the com-
watchi b
N   B.
Ont
2,284,01 i
2,076,	
1,72
1,537,000
1,073.000
:   .6
16 6
The lirst tea : to enter tot
petition  for tl.    It. J.  Burdi.   __
handed  the  nan "s of the players to
II.  Ryall  last   l:'..it.    They call themselves the Kangaroos and are strictly
within ihe age limit of fourteen years
or  under.    The names are:   Winslow
Crouse,     Arthur     Newman.     Arthur
Owen, Douglas  Diamond, John  Bills,
' Angus   Matheson.   William   Rodgers,
; Jimmy   Kllis.    M.  Agar.    George  Gil-
^^M , _      ,      christ.   Hunter   Fader,   Leonard   Sax-
Albernl, June 10.���While sinking for',on   wnUe c-llIllelon aml Davld Bovl(>.
behind  Roy   llaiina's  new]     The watehe8 are om,n  t0 competi
C0AL KSno for well
'���������*��� Ul   tUULATlON watel' Ju��l behlnd R��y  Hannaa new,    T,ie wa,
,MnITrn  ��� !!u",s"  in  Porl  Alberni workmen cut  Ucn for ;.��� teams ln'���;e dtv wUhill
VISIT Fli   W  Rlfi fUnU/n   ntoa8en.motcoal, and the dlscovenr Ue required age limit and the trua-
"JUI.J   UI   Dm btlUlfU   '��� "���  sufficient  importance to JusUfy  t6ea  wish  ,he t,,lllns to band _ lho
'practical prospecting operations ln the\Mmet of tho players as soon as possible,   as   the  games   will   be   playet
 ,ni'oc nre oi
Winnipeg. June 19.���The C. P. R
company is preparing to continue the
double tracking of its line between
Portage la Prairie and Brandon. J. C.
llargrave Ai Co., who recently completed the subgrade work on the section of the line trom Winnipeg to
Portage, have heen Instructed to continue west, and will proceed at once.
This announcement was made yes-
| terday hy William Whyte, second vice
i president. The completion of this
I piece of work will give the C. P.  R.
, Incorporated   Firm   Seeks to   Do  Anything  in   Writing   Line.
The    Canadian    Press    Association.
Limited, a  linn  which  has just beea
incorporated   in   Vancouver,   contains
items in  its articles of Incorporat tort
which   are  of   interest   to  others   be-
, sides   newspaper   men.     The   follow-
j ing  are  some  of  the powers  sought
by  the new company under its charter-.
ia) To establish, prepare, print, and!
' publish daily, triweekly, weekly, semi-
weekly, monthly, quarterly, or yearly
^^^^^^^^^^ newspapers,      journals,      magazines,
  hooks, or other publications, and par-
tlcularly to establish, print, and pub-
Washington,     June     10. ���Special  --^  at  Vancouver. British  Columbia.
���.    ,   ,    ,       ,,       ,,,     or elsewhere a book  to  be known as-
Agent  Henry   Studnic/ka   writes  the  ^ Wh_  .���  Westpr_  Canafla��.
following from Birmingham, Eng., con-1     (b) To  establish  and  carry  on  an
cerning  the   production  of    artificial   association  to  promote helpful   inter-
rubber and its effect on thc rubber in-  course among active newspaper writ-
dustry  and  trade,  should all  that is , e>'�� and artists by the establishment
'of clubrooms and bv issuing fraternal
claimed for it prove true: i publications,   and   to   hold   loan   and
'There  is  quite  a  stir  among  the   sa)e exhibitions  of original drawings-
directors of leading rubber importing   and paintings hy the members or asso-
and manufacturing firms here regard-   ('-**e  members  of  the  association  in
.   , .        ,.        f    .,,, . , I the    various    ritles  of  the Canadian
ing the reported invention of artificial       ^^ ;mtl ,n to)eign couatrIe8.
*********************l ^^^
Kiel   Chemist   Says   Perfect   Imitation
Can  Be  Sold  at One-third  Cost
of   Genuine.
vicinity-
II     Si
'ducts of Western Orchards, Which , Vict
I mitt
��ve Astonished   Easterners.   Were
Seen   Here   Yesterday.
^"^trihe^^K
allUiea,1>i;;'l'c;iffo,:i's store and are
,ntlfl0 te��t   interesting (wei- worth  having a try for.
are  expected  within  al ���
rubber by a German professor at Kiel, i
and they seem to be very optimistic,
as the inventor enjoys an unquestlon
^^^^^  oik wm f,..v.  ���^^^ ed reputation as an authority
522  miles of double  track from Fort | matters pertaining lo rubber.
William   west  and   it   may   be  taken ��� vention is  based  on  the  boiling    tons one of the Important  steps ln thejgether, under certain conditions of is-
rallway problem of Western Canada,     oprene with acetic mid in  a closed
���""""�����   man   i
C��i TEXAS SNAKE SEASON
"'"'        OPENS WITH PROMISE
i   ��� nf the coal  were taken to
SSS AlfS Ca^iehaeland^^bibilion
(The Greal
in��� ca,
'��Mol ih
[ttacicd ;
P�� ar (
a ' *& Wa lilngton
| __M    nnd
been on tiw> road for
I.-'a sear, 11 exceptionally flne.
- jusi returned from an \
���/ ' M advertising trip east
a'5'�� i liarge of O. A. At wood and |
I'/ Morrl on, who explained mut-
"\ '���'���'' supplied Information to to-
Pug s, in, ,s ba(jk east. The tour
!*"e|l from Seattle and elided in
* >ork, stopping at all the Im-
|,Jr';",l towns on the Hue of the
hrf", Nonl"'ii In the east and occa-
| ":'"-v Betting off the Great  North-
r" wl""    were received  that
towns  were  seek-
Northern   railway   exhi-
li  was  sidetracked  in
��� ket all day  yesterday,
ii i irge number oi  visitors.
_       oni ina samples ol tbe prod-
���^ "' ��'������-'���    -     Oregon,    Idaho
    the display-  al-
Nt il  has
mitted  for BCl
developments
j few days.
The lot on which the find was made
, is N'o. 21, tn block l'j:>.   It Is about tive
blocks back from the waterfront and ]
two  hundred  feet   above sea  level
The well diggers had only gone
down twelve feet when lhe surprise
happened. They kept -m drilling and
found the seam to be four feet deep
This is not the lirst time that conl
has been discovered in the new town,
but it is the most promising find that
I has  been  made.
The coal lights on the townsite belong to the Alberni Land company.
Coat   lands,  recently   acquired    by
! Mackenzie  A   Mann, adjoin  the  town-
silo.
A glance at the railway map of
Manitoba will show that there are
several important branch lines and'
connections at both Brandon and
Portage, and the completion Of this
section of double tracking will more
than treble the capacity of the main
^  line, at tlie same time Increasing the
 ������ effectiveness   of    motive    power    and
Belllngham, June  in.���Darby Tbiel- equipment generally,
man.   member  of  the   Mayhray   "big     The amount of grain handled over
of   fake   wrestlers   and   the   double   track   east   of   Winnipeg
ESCAPED  CONVICT   io
CAPTURED   AT   SUMAS
SPRECKGERLAETWPR0IIeMY ABROAD
'hen reports
1 in adja.
I   I"   I   adjacent	
"8 Information,
i..',".' Peoph   who live in  British Co-
J���;' .md know  what land, such as
*'' '���'"'     '���   I.     who escaped from the
A��ht promoters who eg P
Orthopedic  hoBP'tw npputy
^yesterday^i wM brought
,    Th? ^Thomas SSrfnt. of Sumas,
'about   bj    ll""1 ���'�� as   he   was
wh0 recognised  l f      ,    thielman
���������'"��  !""  2"S  ��S   -ding   a
gffJWSSfSA to front
of the POftofflce- ono de8patch
According   to  a ����P n0(U,,^
federal  officers.
oprene wnn acouu c,v..v.  ...
tube, the result being the creation of j
a gray  composite possessing all  the'
properties of pure rubber and capable
of being vulcanized In the same manner as gutta percha.   At present this
artificial rubber  has  been   produced
1 only ln small quantities, but it is the
inventor's opinion that when his meth-
, ud   has  been   fully  developed  it  will
permit of the placing on the market
of an article at one-third  the cost of
real rubber.
"Practical   experiments     to    thi��
iave advanced so
Owner of Famous Serpent Farm Near
Brownsville Says Prices Will
Rule   Much   Higher.
last year, during the brief fall season, , ,���.	
Is a criterion of what may be accom- branch of chemistry
plished   in  the   way   of   freight   ban- rapidly   that  there
dling. ^���
et | Brownsville, Tes.. June 10.���Ther
Of snake season has opened with promising prospects for a good summer's
business nt the snake farm of l'\ K-
Armstrong, situated on the outskirts
of Brownsville. Armstrong has been
handling  rattlesnakes  ami other  rep-
LEPROSY   SHEADING.
GOLDWIN    SMITH
WEALTHY.
,.   i   Tuna in ���Rudolph Spree-
Sand money toward hun. n*       ^ ^ wUen
����"   '"   "' d   n'"n effort to organize
now engaegd In an ea   ^  ^p  sup.
,ulll ..���   a   national   nssoc ia ^&y on the
"ni  In Waahlnton can produce, presslon or gra"- .   ���nP   oeorge
b������ -"*l'l.c-   Is  nothing extraordinary. North    C.eriiiiii     u ^ th(1 Rr;lft
,"' " '''���"��� ������  have been a revelation Washington, ana. wi ^ BBked lt
V*e( residents ln tne east. situation in Europe. on     ft in w������on w- -   ,   .. w..s
\��j^*raAlam*aW^
���l:,n  ever. and_I WW *      M1] them-   a   "'mt
Late   Author   Had   Estated   Valued   at
L Million   Dollar*
-  who   was  pleased   with
bul   wanted  to see  mwre I dltlnns
imhhi products shown.  He
men In charge and will
Ith   them   In   reference
    province  properly   rep-
lnu , ;" :!"' ""*���< '""i' ,lf "ie kind.
���IIDbIv thp car w,)1 receive n fresh
llJvJ   "'  produce   and   will   he   en-
OJ  ���,",;""���'������"' ''��� "hen it
T  ' h,'r Immlgratioa
l||(' car
Hon
u, ai��Play,
SSfCoiu
lal,��'il I,, the
^ having
Neglect of Quarantine Laws May Have
Serious   Results.
St.   Louis.  June   10.���Olllcers   were
elected at the sixty-first annual session
of  the  American   Medical  association
yesterday   and   the   standing  committees announced by  President William
| II, Welch were confirmed by the house
of delegates.   In the section of derma-
' lology, a paper by Doctors leader Dyer
and Ralph Hopkins, of New Orleans,
contained the announceninet that leprosy  was  spreading   to  nearly   every
i;tato  in  the union  and that no con-
I e.erted   met hod   of   curing   for   lepers
was practiced.   Officials were accused
of neglecting the quarantine laws.
The Importance of tlie prevention of
infant mortality was impressed on the
delegation at the section on preventive medicine and public health, Doctors Gottfried Kohler and C. S. Claire
 "-'"'i iimt one
rapidly  that there can  be no doubt
that within a few years an artificial
substance will be produced which will l nanaung  [��","������"-��   ���
bring down the Inflated pike of rub-   ,ilrs   fo1'   twenty-eight  years,   and   ta
])er well   known  among  museum  and clr-
"The shortage of the world's rubber'eus people and chemists all over the
supplv and the Steadily growing con-l world. He is an ordinary type of
sumption of caoutchouc, especially In business man and looks after his biR
the making of airships, accounts to a l,PnR of venomous snakes in much the
gieat extent for the boom in rubber, """i" manner as a farmer tends to his
and should this inventor, who has hogs. The fatter the snake, the big-
patented his method, be able to create K��'r 'be price it will bring, and Arm-
a commercial substance, the effect strong therefore devotes no little at-
will be sensational. I tentlon   to   providing  plently   of  rats
"The other experts of Germany arc  and mice for the voracious reptiles,
jubilant over this invention.   Tbey are'     Tlie hlKli price of living has affectp*
��g tin
dltions    n   b��ii   ''������ ,i,p  crafters   ��<< ��� ������ .,     wealtn   was   uv*  -������
SS ever, and I ^S Jl wfthenv amount o   "J^, was -he owner
���ill go so far thnt thev ��l.  ^'     , of  guessed ��t   H��     beautiful home   n
Sves    Their shameless dis .l        a of The flrangej ^ lo(.ating ,n
pointing out the fact that the realization of the plans of the Kiel professor
would signify a greater demand for
rubber articles, nnd therefore a greater industrial activity In this Community would he the result. At present,
owing to the exorbitant prices of rubber, the Industry is suffering tremendously."
lUineu ��u,���v, ^^iH���^^^_i     RUSSIAN TOWN DESTROYED.
not even  Drake, of Chicago, reported that one ' 	
he owner third of all deaths of children in Chi-1    St. Petersburg, June 10.���Fire yes-
eago were among children under flve  terday destroyed a large part of the
 ��ni,,iro nf commercial  and   residential   c
ll^mtnstfc,
oartegy 0, ,
1 ��th an
will
trip.
return   -o'-at'ons   am
fsln,,.... *M merely taken  to  New
   ���
company, nn'1
  attracting Immi-
1,1 hi re in Washington.    "
at>couver  last night.
nd  Vancouver  out
ie railroad
Idea of
principally
1,o swept away ,n���,.,.ol(iers of r-*r- \s>"" w,-,rth half a
1 hold that the Mockh^r^onMhvl^^^he arrived tn Canada
years old and a large JJ"^"--^ of'Borissov,  a  town  of about  15,000
ihese  were  from  preventab e ca usts JBOJgn    tnost   of   them   Hebrews
Seven other sectional meetings we.e POP""^ ���)undred ;ind  nrty buildings
"'Dr'.  C.  W.  Stiles,  president  of tho were destroyed, including three  syn-
time of his death n     | ���    ^   hookWorm n
which
ff)r   graft-      i i"-'    ;������     .,     lfl
.un nnd take theii u;   ;1PCS
mnnlring Into  theI    I .��l . ^,
finthlea s few nrton�� " ���   egB  nn-
nes,,,    This  nei-vct  ot: i >�� f.
,1-os  to both  public and prtW
'���.Irs."
la'-*-
the snake market. Formerly rattlesnakes sold for twenty-five cents to
fifty cents a pound. The price for thc
better class of snakes for circus anil
museum purposes now ranges from
fifty cents to one dollar a pound, and
| there are some snakes that brlfiS
I much higher prices than one dollar is
| pound.
Armstrong has many Mexicans constantly   employed   in   catching   rattle*-
makes and other varieties of reptiles;
common to South Texas and Northern'
Mexico.     . he.se  Mexicans were formerly well satisfied If they received fet*
nts per pound for the live
snakes, but now they have to he paid
twentyflve to fifty cents per    pound.
They claim that   It  costs them  more-
to live, and  that the snakes aro  becoming scarcer.
Armstrong's farm consists of about
.tensive bar-   ten  acres  of  land,  surrounded  by it
open for tho  tight and hi ,h board fence to prevent
been atttibut-  the snakes from escaping should tftejf
happen to get out of their pens..
���I
���-... PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, JUNE
iTifl
Classified Advertisements  REAL   ESTATE
WANTED.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
FOR.   ..ALE���TWO.   GOOD    TEAMS '0ffice:    r"' = r^ern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
with ess,   logging   chain   audi,        _      ;       ?    w
vacoa    Apply  S. S.  Eos 150. ��?en Even,ngs fer Your Benefit.
WASTED���SMART    DINING    ROOM    For   Sale���Cottage;    3   roorrs;    large
<;_ ..     King's hotel, Columbia.
Bl. I E
on   Tentii   Btr<   t;   $750   cash.
This is a snap buy.
WANTED���BOY TO LEARN PLUMB- N. W. i/4 section 8, Tp. IC���160 acres
ing    ���     '    smithing.    Apply James cf good land with -              feet of
&. McClnghan. _____'    Umber.    No timber lease    $o5 per
���   ���                                  ~~~"    ~~ -at re     I ! ��� 0 ea-h
ARCHITE< T   WISHES    TO    SHAKE '    ' 	
office or desk room     Btate location. CITY���New  5-roomed  house  on  Thir-
Reply to Index, care Daily News, teenth  street.    Price  >-       .   terms
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. SERVICES :
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left at, or I ed to, this office by
9 p.m. on Fri lays.    T..-        Isslo
.any  church  notice  from  this  column
indie.-'-- ��� no copy h -       n "lrneu
in by tbe ; tstor or other responsible
i.arty.)
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Uance i.
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WANTED���A    GOOD    HUSKY    BOY. '
Delivery cart. Meat market. 632 Co-j SAPPERTON���6-foomed   house;    Columbia street. gant   view;    full   sized   lot.     Price
|2,400; terms $400 cash, balance i-i,
per month.
WANTED���POSITION     BY    JAPAN-
ese to work before <5 a. m. and after i
7 p. DL    Appiy S. S., P. O. Box 160.   CITY���Modern   house  and   large   barn
WANTKD���TO   KENT,   FURNISHED
house containing flve or six rooms, i
Must be within easy distance of bus-
on Fourth Btreet. Rented for iZD
per month. Price $3 700; terms
$1,000 cash.
iness   section.     Write,   giving   full  CITY���8-rcomed house and fully rr.od-
partlculars,   to   P.   W.   Luce,  Daily j     ern  on   Fourth  arenue.   Size  of  lot
News.  j    _ 80x146   feet.    Prlc   $4,800;   one-
���         .,, ,     _ *      ""~      f if * h  cash, balance e?\ST.
WANTED���YOUNG    GIRL    TO    As-    \	
si.-,t in  light  housework.    No cook-   CITY���Lot 3 in blocks 6 and 7, S. B.
ing.    Apply Mrs. Baker, 109 Colum-;    p, on seventh avenue.    Price \**h%\
bia street, Sapperton. easy terms.
WANTED���10    GIRLS    OR    WOMEN   BURNABY���Two   lots   cose   to   s'.ore
to work in laundry. Wages 15 to
20 cents per hour. Royal City
Laundry. Royal avenue, west of
Eighth street.    B. Abrams. Mgr.
W A N T B D���A SMART YOUTH
about seventeen to learn business.
Apply Gaskell. Odium & Stabler,
Ltd.,  649 Columbia  street.
and   tramline.     Price   $260   each;
terms '���_ cash and (10 p^r month.
LANGLEY���30 acres N. I 2 of S.E.
% of Sec. 10, Tp. 10; some clearing. Price |35 per acre: terms
$1,300 cash, balance 1. 2 and 3
vears.
WANTED���WAITER OR WAITRESS.
Apply J, this office.
SURREY���Surrey waterfront snap.
10 acre- close in. Price $250 per
aTe.    Terms.
WANTKD -  FURNISHED     HOUSE- rOOf   S    CCi
keeping rooms.   Apply Box B. News WlLbUIN,  LUUlS.  &   \JJ.
office. Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
WANTKD-SASH   AND   DOOR     MA- Ph0ne   646'
chinf-   men.     Apply  Walsh   Sash   k
Door company.  New  Westminster.
WANTED���GIRL TO ASSIST WITH
house work Apply, Mrs. A. E. Kellington. 501 Queen's avenue.
WANTED���TO EXCHANGE 35 1-2
acres of good land at Lincoln station, Langley, for Westminster city
property. Value (3000. Apply B. C.
Securities. Ltd., Dominion Trust
Offices, Columbia street, New Westminster.
WANTKD���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Ap
ply  125  Third  avenue.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
CRAIG REALTY CO.
Room 8, Thompson B'ock.
Phone 629.
Four Lots in Sapperton; 150 yards
from car. $500, $25 cash, balance
$10 per month.
I Corner Lot, 60x1-4; slashed; facine,
down hill; lovely Tiew: close to
new  school,  Sapperton.  Price  $5ft0.
i    on te;;;.;.
FOR   SALE.
POR   SALE   OR    TO    RENT���AN   8-
roomed   house   on   Seventh   Btreel
Apply   Wilson,   Cook   &-   Co..  Northern  Crown   Bank  building.
FOR BALE���TEN LOTS IN SAPPER-
ton; cleared and fenced: close to
car line. Only for sale within tht
ne:a thirty day-. Address A. H.
Topper, Cunningham Hall, Sixth St.
FOR .-ALE���GOOD WORK TKAM
(2,80 I 1. .-.i. Bound. Also wagon and
harness (new). Apply A. N. Mae-
kay. Burnaby Lake P. O., B. C.
FOK SALE -- MAGOON STRAW-
berry    runnel -.      Specially    grown
trom young plants. Four dollars
per thousand. L. Claude Hill, Burnaby Lake, P. O.
Ten acres of the best fruit land: l1^
acres cleared; 2 acres slashed, burned and loEE^d off: 3 roomed house,
barn, poultry runs; small fruits.
Fronting on Scott road and close
to car.    Only $2,000, on terms.
Five acres on Scott road; good garden, house, well, etc.; three quarters of a mile from car. This is good
at $1300:  terms.
CRAIG REALTY CO.
Room   8.   Thompson   B.ock.
Phone 629.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner  Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 630.
Sunday. June  12.
HOLY TRINITY ��� Kev. G. C
.d'Easum, rector. Celebration of Holy
t tnmunlon at 8 a. in.; Matins,
Litany and sermon at 11 a. m.
Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.; Evensong and sermon at 7 p. m.
ST. PAUL'S  REFORMED  EPISCO
PAL���Rev. A. deB. Owen, rector. Service at  11  a.m.  and  7:30  p.m.    Holy
{Communion first Sunday in the month
after  morning service.    Prayer m-et-
'lng on Thursday at 7:30 p. m.   Horning:     "The   Absolute  Need of Obedl-
lence";   evening:    "Kiglit  and   Wrong
Divisions.''
ST.   ANDREWS   PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Ser-
.vices 11 a.rn and 7:30 p.m. Sabb.it':.
��� school and Bible class 2:30 p.m
| Morning:     "Chambers   of   Imagery".
evening:   "Seeing the Largest and the
;;��� st."
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A.. PI
D., pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and
7: Op. m. Morning: "The Ground of
| Confidence"; evening: "Spiritual
Life."
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. C. W. Brown. B. D., pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:3m p. m. Sun-
day school at 2:3m p. ni. Morning:
"Why Do I Live?" evening: "A Com-
:. tndment With a Promise."
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Bak-
: er,   pastor.     Services   11   a.m.   and   7
p.m.     Sunday     school   at    2:30 p.m.
'Midweek prayer meeting on Wednes
' day  at  S  o'clock.
THE    NORWEGIAN    LUTHERAN
I ���Benjamin Sand, pastor.    Service at
8p.m. in the I. O. O. F. hall.
KNOX     PRESBYTERIAN���Rev.   E.
IG.   Thompson,  M.A..     pastor.     Public
.worship:    Morning, Holy Communion,
11   a.m.:    evening.   7:30   p.m.     Bible-
class  and   Sabbath school  2:30  p.m.
T. P. S. C. E.. Tuesday 8 p.m.; prayer
meeting.     Morning:   "Duty   and   Discouragement"; evening: "Self Denial."
SAPPERTON METHODIST ���Rev.
E. D. Braden. pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday school at
I 2:30 p.m. Epworth League on Monday
'at 8 p. rn.
WEST     END     PRESBYTERIAN���
Twelfth    street.      Rev.   James    Reid.
B.A.,   pastor.     Public   worship   at   11
a. m. and 7:30 p. m.   Sundav school j
i at 2:30 p. m.
ST.   MARY'S,   SAPPERTON���Holy
communion,  B:30 a.m.;  evensong and
i sermon,   7   p.m.     Preacher,     Rev.   C.
Leonard.
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST���
R< -. F. 3. Okell. B. A., pastor. Se: . i
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Class meeting at 10 a. m. Sunday Bchool at
2:30 p. ri;. Epworth league. Monday
at 8 p. m. Prayer meeting, We Ines-
day at 8 p. m. Morning: "The At-
one-ment"; evening: "The Reproach
of Chris-."
Trapp Block     Phone 714
THE TIME
to buy real estate is now,
during the lull before the
��� m, while prices are stati nary long enough to see
them plainly. For Instan ���
for a few days we can off e: :
Lot 6, Block 22, Royal Ave-
i.ue. . ' <_ half cash B��>
-..:-��� in time. Sm:..- d tj I tfl
tot will be worth J- >.
THE PLACE
to buy ts a matter ol opln-
Li n. We * igg< Bt the West
end, Surrey, and Sapperton.
We have a bargain in each.
Agnes Btreet, '-room cott igi
on full sued lot, 14,200;
$1,5! 0 cash. This will undoubtedly be business propert j.
Five acres in Block 5 of Section 36, Surrey, $800 per
acre; third cash.
Columbia Street. Sapperton:
Two new modern houses on
four lots;  %���%, I fur the out-
: ���     r separately; third cash.
BRITISH PUBLIC I"
IDEALIZE CANADA  ttmm^   ,
  j Croquet Sets
Financier Thinks Dominion     r*.    ��T.    ���.
��� Nic Baskets,
Pic Nic Plates
Needs Buying  Brokers-
Empire Capital Coming.
AND
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. 201
Agnes Btreet.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. AP-
ply 818, Milton street.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping to rent. Apply to A. H.
Ferguson, Pythian  Hall  building.
TO LET ���UNFURNISHED THREE
rooms; electric light. Apply 2V,
Eleventh street or 746 Columbia St.
TO   RENT.
TO BENT���AN 8-ROOMED HOUSE
on  Seventh  street    Apply Wilsoj
Cook ft Co.. Northern Crown Bank
building.
TO BENT���10 ACRES OF CLEARED
land, good house, large barn, packing house, stable, chicken run. 200
bearing fruit trees; on good road
���close to tram line; f, miles from
city. Apply to Wilson, Cook & Co.,
Northern   Crown  Bank  Building.
Sapperton���We    have    a    few    choice
view   lots   on    Blair   avenue   very i
cheap:   .25 down, balance monthly.
Worth investigating.
City���Lot on Ninth street between
Third and Fourth avenue; unsurpassed  view.    Price only  $950.
Modern  8-roomed   house,  Ideally  situ-1
at^d:   close in.    If you are looking;
for such a place call and see us at'
once.     Pric��   and   terms   on   appli-
cation.
South Westminster���\\ acre view
lots on car line at Brownsivlle. i
Price $250 per lot; Vicash, balance
easy. If yon want a home, secure
one at ��ace, as they are the cheapest and nearest lots on the market. ;
kellTngtonTrosT
Corner  Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets.
Ph��ne 680.
SO acres. Mount Leman,
>" 200. The soil will grow
anything the climate will
'-.tanri for. Note the terms,
(1,600 cash. 1, 2 and 3 years,
7 per cent.
As  for
THE GIRL
sh" won't love you the less
if you have a good piece of
rea!   estate going  up  like a
sky-rocket.
Rae
&
McLellan
Trapp Block     Phone 714
Winnipeg, .June 10.���The Hon. John
<;,,: don, tbe son oi one i t Bi ttain's
neatest lawyers, and bim* it a public man of considerable emlne .��� ���
Reached Winnipeg last nigbl from
tbe west where be has been looking
over things with a view to investing
monej.
Mr. Cordon is a member of the
London stink Exchange, and In addition to offering some Interesting
views on the Imperial affairs, had
some lnteiestlng observations to make
concerning Canada, lie declared that
the great midle and upper classes of
Britain Idealized Canada. They re-.
garded if as the perfect country, tbe
Und of moral homes, a land of sturdy
people who worked hard and enjoyed
plenty, The same idealized view ������
taken regarding Canada's financial
p   |ects.
The reason thai the heads of great
Industries were able to go to Bi
and in   the  nurse  of  ;i   week  or  so
pick up b dozen millions was that this !
sentiment towards   Canada prevailed
It was most important to the Dominion   that   nothing   should   be done   to
cause a different opinion to be held >
by the British inv< stor.
Buyers   Wanted.
Mr. Cordon said be had personally
n ���     with  no expei lem e   dui Ing   bis
st  '   In this country to justify the ii::
piled   stricture,   but   he   thought   Can
ada  suffered  for  the   want   of  agents
who    are    ready   to   take  tlie   buyi
point   of   view.     He   explained   that
everyone connected with tbe sale of
real estate, for Instance, is a seller.
Whereas In Britain it was always
i lible to employ an agent, who
would take absolutely the side of tbe
purchaser and who would act on hU
Iclients behalf as if It was bis own affair, lie thought that a large number of investors were likely to be bitten from the want of this class of
commercial  men  in  this country.
This was tbe only criticism Mr
: Gordon had to mak�� of the country
! which he ha.s visited several times,
land in whose future hc ha.s the most
; unbounded belief.
He said one effect of the uncertain
1 state   of   affairs   in   Britain   was   that
Etc., Etc.
A ]
MOREY'S
665���Columbia Street 665|
New Westminster, B.C
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waten
Manufactu ��� i ty
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  s*
elephone 13. ,  EightJ
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\       HORSE
I     SHOE!
| WOOD ,WORK, AND]
| REPAIRING   OF ALL
I KINDS
��� - Done At -
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GOODNER'S
"Wonders of Australia"
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LOST.
LOST���POCKET BOOK CONTAIX-
ing sum of money and valuable
papets. Name on pocket book, S.
IS'. Lupton. Finder please return
to Kelly, Douglas & Co., Front
street   and   obtain   reward.
For al! kinds of
JOB   PRINTI NG
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow  Press
near The Daily Xews Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
NOTICE
JOSEPH TRAVERS
REAL   ESTATE.
Columbia    St.,    Next    Todd's     Music
House���Phone   703.
For   Sale���5-roomed   cottage  close   in;
large lot.    Price |2.600;   |500 cash.!
Balance on very easy terms.
For Sale ��� 5-room cottage close in.'
Price $2300; $300 cash; balance to j
suit purchaser.
We   have   some   real   good   snaps  in
house   property.     Call   and   see   us
ahout  them.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
REAL   ESTATE.
Columbia    St.,    Next    Todd's    Music j
House���Phone 703.
TENDERS WANTED.
For painting St. Barnabas church,
��orner of Tenth street and Fifth av-
<t'nue.
Thi? church to be given two coats
���of good paint, all necessary cleaning
io be done.
The roof to he well tarred.
Tenders to be sent before .Tune is.
fa) \V.   NELSON,
_:i Queecsboro street, City.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3V2   to  25  H.   P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local   Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
Corner of Columbia and McNeely Streets
Opposite Merchants' Hotel
SEE--The Emus, the Wonderful Wingless Birds of Australia.
a
*      	
I SEE-'Tilly", the KANGAROO, carry- I
X ing her baby in the pouch, and |
other Kangaroos.
SEE-the Monkeys, Opposums and Porcupines.
MUSEUM
��� See  the Wonderful   Eight-legged   Calf,   the
Eight-legged Pig, the Man Fish, Emu Eggs, Coral
Rock and many other attractions.
ithe men who had made raone) In all
j parts of the Empire���India. Ceylon,
Straits Settlements���who used to lake
borne ttx-lr money to Invest in Britain,
were now looking towards Canada.
which they regarded aa financially
safer than the l'nited Kingdom.
A  Great   Lawyer.
Mr. Gordon is '!:���   son nf Lord Dru
m�� am. the  first  legal  life  i I
ere ited in England. The bouse of
lords is the ultimate appeal foi all
legal matters in the Bi ltish Isles, and
in 1876 i' ��as ren lei ed possible to
cieate  peei s  to adjudicate c.   ���
In the (ase of ordinals 11 ers it is
��� ��� -ary for a man to ha\e sufficient for tune to lie able to maintain
his son belittin. ly to bis poslUon, and
this rule would ha\e kept in--.ny meat
lawyers with small Incomes and larj;e
families from being members of the
most Important le^al body in the
country, so the act was passed making it possible to create life legal
peers. Mr Cordons father was lord
advocate for Scotland In one of Lord
Beeconsfleld's cabinets, attorney-general for the same country, and at the
head of the criminal organization.
Roosevelt Good Subject.
Mr. Gordon was a member of parliament for ten years for Elgin tind
Nairnshire, but in 1906 retired form
the county in which he lived for
forty years and fought the English
constituency of Brighton, where he
was defeated ln 1906.
He is In entire' agreement with
what President Roosevelt said about
Egypt, and thinks that the sentimentality of the Kngllsh democracy, which
has been stimulated by Lord Morley
In the past and Keir Hardie in the
present Is the greatest danger to British  rule in  the  countries  where the
| Empire  Is  responsible  for  the  order,
j welfare  and  peace  of   subject     raees.
kPeople   did   not    realize     the     dark
'. thoughts, tbe strange ideas, the totally  different  outlook on  life of the
I dusky myriads of India and the sav-
agery that swept up fiom the depths
Of  Africa up the Nile.    The ignorant
I Imagined such countries as Egypt to
be governed like a homogenous democracy like England.    Wild talkers like
I Keir Hardie did not know thc dangers
I they stirred up.
	
X    At   Dick   Benson's   Old Stand,
*   8th St., Next to F.-,shion Liv��7.
a*t************a******444lM
Ready
Money]
A   GOOD     FRIEND    ALWAYS
If you deposi' y   ir n
safety In The  i: : k    f
lt wiil be safe while you leave.
It, and ready ��
and  ll be
AUTheTime
earning for you '' '������ T'"r M!t'
Interest. Small or large *uM
may be deposits! at MJ Uae'
80   BRANCHES
In   Ontario,   Quebec
West.
CAPITAL
REST   ...
and U��
$4,000,000
4,'50,000
SATUP
Bank of Toronto
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B. C'
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Mgr.
CHARGES OF REFUGEES
MAY BE INVESTIGATED
* Adults, 15c
Children, 10c ���
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Washington, 'June 10,���Stories of
alleged persecution of political refugees from Mexico In the United
States were related by Representative w. B. Wilson, Democrat, of Pennsylvania, before the rules committee
of the house today, urging the adoption of his resolution providing for a
congressional   investigation.
Wilson's resolution recites that it
has been charged freely that proinin
lent Mexicans residing in the l'nited
States have heen persecuted hy l'nited States officers at behest of Mexican officials. The resolution says there
has been a continuous and systematic
persecution of Mexican political refugees, who had opposed the administration of President Diaz.
It was charged that
governmenl maintains
espionage on political
the United States and
repeatedly arrested by
fleers and thrown Into jail on various
pretexts.
Wilson Submitted B list of names
of persons who, he said, were willing
to testify thai federal agents in California and Arizona had been Improperly used in Arizona by the Mexican
government.
the Mexican
h   system   of
refugees In
that they are
American of-
White Star-Doming
Canadian Service
S.S
S.S
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
LAURENTIC���
Triple   screw,   14,900  tOM
MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,    14,900   tons.
largest   and   most  modern.^
commodation  equal  to
Ing the Atlantic.
For Rates tndTiekrtJ Apply t0
E. GO U LET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tin |
A!'
roil'
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER'
Notice. co-
All   vehicles   while   wa.ltl1"��Kth��rf��
lumbia street musl  Btand i_'- .��� ���p
with   the   street.
and
against   the
sidewalk,   *���'
tbat
for
v
llH'f
Clli'
If!
may he  sufficient  r n  '/   ,��� ,. *
and especially the Are '' ������ ; . ���, tha
along the  street witli  sai   ���
public,
By  Order
y\>'.
W.  A.   DONCJj^
city
City Hall, May 27, 1910. saTu
boav. ^ 11;
1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
L��rtffDredgo
. Sid' ...Ive
., > be receive
liia-     .,,���. on
Too l'-1"
lg   Addressed  to
' eDdorsed "Ten-
tor  Hritish to-
,.,,, at this ollice
v,, dnesday, Ju'y
CITY  OF   NEW  WESTMINSTER,     j    LOCAL IMPROVEMENT NOTICE
for
tin
con
Twin
gtructlon  of  a
Barge
,ap
in-
Bcrew
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_-  pi ,,,i forms of ten''' i
ll      -*&*
Is oi ���' ''      ��� ���    Bank  Brag-
.,.   ...   Cl.   Sing,
Ont., .
'Engineer, New
I    ���    ';''     are notified that
i Idered unless
i.rtn of con
s <
���nt
Esq.. g|
^^^^^ lng
Confederation
and G. A.
Notice   to   Contractors���Tenders
Laying   Water   Main:
Tenders w"' be received by the un-
I del-signed fo    I ie laying and Jointing
of about fourteen ill) miles of 25-inch
Steel   Rivetted   pipe   and   about   g, |
feet each of 12-lnch and Ill-inch 1
welded stetd pipe. The tender
eludes hauling  the  pipes,  fixing of all
valves and specials, construction of
bridges, culverts, etc.   Plans, profiles,
specifications,  conditions  of  contract
and  further  Information  may  be obtained from the City and Waterworks
Engineer, J. W. B, Blackman, on re
eeipi of a marked cheque, value
which will be returned on receipt of
a bona tide tender.   A mai ked ���
for  5  per cent  of tbe amount   mui'
accompany each tender.
Tenders  will  be  received  up to 5
Society
0
To Ci nstrucl  cement concrete side
on both sld-- -' '���' '��� -<-���"-'
from Sixth
excepl on the
les of Tenth street
avenue  to Tent I,  avenue. ]
east aide oi i aid street
bi tween  Slxt'
lers ��'������ "���,in,ed forms  supplied
on the ���   actua] Blgna-
wl mpatlons    and ^ '
tlie case of I
aid!
*���_��.,' their occ
BtatiW ln
,ol  ���   ' : ire, the naturt
place of reel-
��   of  the  Arm
ecify time of de-
y-:,l     ' ��� ^B-c-
���f ail i  '       , b   ftCcompanied
k* tender chanced
,���e      order
P��}'8b ,lu,      Minister
Ho"1 ;���, twenty-flve
r~f,,         ,oo), which
,e person tender-
"to do  so.  or  fail  to
Mf" ontrScted for.   If
fe?bi    nol    accepted    the
unci!.
fliU does not hind itself
2S��        ' or any tender,
'   '   'I     oLBON TEBSIBR.
Secretary.
B "nThe  paid   for
S �� they  insert  ll
-,,1 authority.
in.   of
any
I..
June
tendi
7.  1910,    The  lowe I
not   nece    u tly   ac-
li   and   Eighth   avenues,'
al 'i on bulb sides      ^^^^^^^^
burgh, Dublin and  Hamilton streets
Eighth and Seventh
I'liil,  and   . ..______
And that  the Bald works shall be
can led  oul   In aci r'i dance - '"'���   "���" '
pro\ h Ions of the Local
General Bylaw, 1909.
And the City Engineer
Bessor having reported to tbe Council
In accordance with the
the     said     by
oi  London, Bdin-
Hamilton Btreets,
  avenues bei ween
Twelfth Btreets
is shal
with   the
Improvement
and Cil    As
Mrs. K. Crake will not receive again
this season,
��   ��   ���
Mrs, Yuengling is visiting her sister
Mis. Wood at Kamloops.
a    a    a
Mis. T. S. Annandale will not receive until the autumn.
a     a     a
Mrs, t. L. Briggs lefl on Friday to
vi.- .t   1,:-. Bpencer In Portland.
��   ��   ���
Mrs. Allien  Hill, Fourth streel, will
nol   receive until the autumn.
��   ��    ��
Mrs, VV. A. Duncan, Queens avenue,
will nol receive until the autumn.
VICTOR   A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6, Guichon Building.
Phone  681
NOTICE   TO    CONTRACTORS.
\Y.   A
City
. urn
DUNCAN,
City Clerk
Westminster, Juni
provisions of
l lie sam nyiaw upon the said
works, giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be < hargeable
  agaiii't   the   \aiious   portions   of   real
Hall, New Westminster, June j properly to be benefited by the said
works and other particulars and the
said reports of the said City Engineer
and City Assessor ha\ lng b i en adopt
1 ed by the council.
Notice   is   hereby   given   that    the
al I  reports are open for  Inspection
_     I  the (lllice of tlie City Ass, -.:,,,���, City
I Hall, Columbia Btreet, New VVestmln-
CAPITAL       $14,400,000.00  ,,,,. B.C., and thai  unless a petition
RESERVE        11,000,000.00 .   ���   .....  proposed    works    above
i mentioned, signed by a  majority  of
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
Branches throughout    Canada   and
Newfoundland,   ami   in   London    !
land, New Vm k, C!        0      d Sp kaiv
U.S.A.,  and   Moxh ���,  City.     A   genera
hanking    buslne  i    transacted,
tera of Cre III issued,   available
correspondents in    all    parts of    the
world.
Savings Bank Department Depo lu
received In sums of .1 and upw&rd,
and Intel 111 allowe ' al 3 per cent, per
annum   i prei enl   rate).
Total  Assets over  $186, ,	
NEW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. I), BRYMNER, Manager,
the
(lew Westminster to New Westminster
Via
ownei / ni the land or real proper-
tj   to be assessed or charged In ro-
Bpeci  ni Buch works representing at
era] j least one-half In value thereof Is pre
I,.,., senieii ie the Council within fifteen
with  days from the date of the first publication   Of this  notice  the  Council   will
proceed with the proposed Impi ,ve-.
ments under such terms and condi-.
linns as to the paymenl of the cost
of such Improvements as the Council
may by by-law in thai behalf regulate'
and ib termlne and also to make the
said assessment.
baled  this  9th  day  of .Tunc.  A.D.,
1910.
W. A. DTTNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date of  first   publication,  the   10th
day ef June, 1910.
Mr w. I. Twlss, of Vancouver, paid
a  business  visit   to  the city  on  Wed-
ne  lay.
* *   ��
The Misses Henderson. First Btreet,
will   not   receive   (luring   the   summer
mont lis.
* *    *
Mrs.   Harvey   M.   Straight,     Third .
ave    will   not   receive   until     tne
am umn.
* *    ��
I Miss Mowbray is tlie guest of her
aunt, Mrs. D. McGIIIivray, nt Vance .. er.
* *   *
George Adams, Twelfth street,
' will  not  receive  during  the  summer
months.
* *   *
Mr. Phllllppe Abler, of Mara, was
the guesl ol friends in town during
the week.
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625 Columbia Street
NCW   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE. C. A. Cal.
And   at  603   Hastings  St.,  W.
Vancouver, B. C.        Phone 5925.
Tenders will be received by tin?
undersigned for the construction of
the flrst section of the Canadian
Northern Pacific Railway from New-
Westminster easterly for a distance
of sixty miles. Tenders to include?
the grading, bridging, masonry, track,
laying, ballasting and erection of telegraph line.
Plans,    profiles   and    specifications
may be seen and Tender Forms pro-
! cured  at  the  office of  T.   II.   White.
I Chief  Engineer,  Room 16, 136 Hart"
lngs Street West, Vancouver.
Total work to be completed by June
1,  1911, and  tenders to be received
at  our office, Toronto, not later thau
'Juno 16, 1910.
MACKENZIE!, MANN & CO., LTD.
LAND  ACT.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTINCa
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District of New Westminster.
Take   notice     that    Simon     Henry
Clowes of   Vancouver,   B.   C,   occupation, building inspector, Intends to ai>-
! ply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
1 the S. E. point of a small island lying:
in channel between Granite island audi
Nelson island; thence northerly, westerly, southerly and easl erly, along ther
shore to the place of commencement;
containing L0 acres more or less.
SIMON HENRY CLOWES,
Applicant.
Per JOHN  F. BAGGS,
April 20, 1010. Agent.
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   383
Steveston and Vancouver
,      Str. TRANSFER
I;. i   wharf at 3 P.  M. dall)   except  Baturday, and
I : Sal ��������� ��� eston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
E   H. ticket office and on board steamer.   Elec-
ev eston every hour ion the half-hour) for Vancou-
LAND ACT.
District.
Ivei
See the Fam ui  Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc.
ts to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, $1.
New  Westminster  Land
Take notice that James Bateman,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, stone-
:'������ r, intends to apply for permission
to   purchase  the  following  described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of a small island
lying about 10 chains north of Nelson
island; thence northerly, westerly,
southerly and easterly, along the
shore to the place of commencement;
containing 6 acres more or less.
JAMES BATEMAN,
Applicant
JOHN F. BAGGS,
April 20, 1910. Agent
Mr. Clarence M.  Marpole and Captain Blasett, of Vancouver, were in tlie
citj on Tuesday,
��    ���    ���
Mrs.   Robert   Hamilton     and     Mrs.
Frank Findlay, of Vancouver, were in
the city on-Friday.
*    ���    ���
Mr.  Charles  Cowan, of Vancouver
j spent   Sunday   with   his   cousin,   Mr
I Henry L. Edmonds.
��    +    ��
|    Mr.  Henry   Mackenzie    passed his
I flrst   year  examinations  ln   medicine
at McGill university.
���    ���    ���
Mr, and Mrs. D. J. McQuarrie are
spending a week at their summer
home at Nelson Island.
W. RICH
Teaming and  Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
PHONE   R527
LAND ACTS.
New Westmister Land  District.
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLennan, of Vancouver, British Columbia.
occupation  contractor,  intends to  apply  for  permission   to  purchase  the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of the island situate about four (4) cliains from Timber limit No. 38733, thence northerly
Jand westerly and southerly and easterly around the shore at low tide
to place of commencement, containing
four  acres,  more  or  less.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.
J. F. BAGGS, Agent.
March 17,  1910.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
GOING
Are the lots I have for sale on
FIRST STREgT
Have you bought yet ?
A:-
crort' I
Cost oi../ $300 to $500
You pay io interest for 2 years
Here is an Al proposition which should appeal
to the wise speculator.
You are offered property in the best part of ctty.
You are offered property at a low price.
You are offered generous terms on your
purchase.
Don't wait till tomorrow
BUY TODAY
Mrs. H. T. F. Granger, of Vancouver, has been the guest of Mrs. Richard Kees, Fifth avenue.
��� ���   ���
I Mrs. Lachlan McQuarrie has issued
invitations for a tea on Friday, June
17. from four to six o'clock,
a     .     a
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. David
Cambie are happy to learn of the
birth to them of a daughter.
��� ���    ��
Miss  Ella   Cotton  is   spending  the
we.k   at   Lowlands   Farm,   the   guest
of Mr. ancl Mrs. F. J. Coulthard.
*    ���
Mr, Theodore H. Lennie passed liis
lirst   year   examinations   in   medicine
it  McGill with general honors.
*    *    *
Mrs. Albert  .1.  Hill Is spending the !
week end in Vancouver, the guest of j
Mrs. R. 11. Alexander, Filford street.
Mrs. Charles Richmond and her
mother, Mrs. Purvis. Fourth avenue,
will  not  receive  during the  summer
months.
* *    *
The members of the local Croquet
club are looking forward to the opening of their grounds which will be
some time during next week.
��� ��   *
Captain .T. D. Curtis, R.N., of Victoria and Mrs. G. D. Curtis, of North
Vancouver, were the guests of Mrs.
Eastman, Fifth avenue on Thursday.
... |
The  many   friends  of  Captain  and
Mrs.  C. E.  Seymour will  be  glad  to ,
hear that their son, Charles, who has I
heen 111 for the past two weeks, is on
the road to recovery. I
* *   *
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Richardson, of
Nanaimo, have arrived to make their
home in New Westminster, where Mr.
Richardson has been appointed manager of the Royal Rank of Canada.
* *    *
|    At  the  local   center    examinations
held in Vancouve% Mrs. T. Douglas
Sberrlff passed tn advanced pianoforte
with honors. Miss Jean Muir, also
of this city, passed in the school examinations. The honorary deputy examiner was the Rev. A. St. John
Mtldmay. I
The garden fete given at the home
of Mrs. John Mackenzie on Thursday]
of this week was a great success. A
large number of people came in to tea
during the afternoon and a sum of
money was realized to he devoted to
the fund for the furnishing of Westminster hall. The tea was given hy the
Local Auxiliary of that college.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(P. G. Gardiner;
ARCHITECTS
Room fi. Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence  Phone 133
P. O.  Box 395
Phone 730
McMurphy & Craig
Heating  and  Plumbing
All   Jobbing   Promptly   Attended   To
Colonial   Block
Re Lots number 14 and 15, Bloclc
4, New Westminster suburbs.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of Title Number fifiD2 A. issued
in the name of Eustace Alvauley Jenns
has heen filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in
the meantime valid objection be made
to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Reaistrv Office, New Westminster, B.C., May 12. 1010.
Model Bakery }
H. C. Mark & Sons
Cor. Fourth Ave. and Second St.
Manufacturer of the bread
that Is making New Westminster famous. Also choice cakes,
cookies and candies. Our obliging drivers will be more than
pleased to call.    Phone 435
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver  Landings
The New Sternwheeler
Mrs.  Stuart   Livingstone,  Miss  Craw
ford, Miss Cook, Mr. B. F. Armstrong,
Dr.   MacKinnon,   Mr.   H.   J.   Senkler.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Godson, Mr. and Mrs.
M. P. Cotton and Mr. Arthur Bull.
. S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf. New Westminster, witf*
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 Accommodations
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New  Westminster.
NOTICE!
Hearty congratulations are extended
to  Mr.  Sidney  Beresford  Peele  upon
his recent  success at  McGill  university.    Mr.   Peeie was  the   winner  of
two gold  medals���the Woodruff  gold
medal for the best examination in all
clinical   branches   and   the   Woodruff
gold   medal   for   special   examination I
in ophthalmology and otolaryngology.
Mr. Peele was a pupil of New Westminster high school, and he has been
appointed one of the house surgeons
at  the Vancouver General hospital.
...
A   Kitchen   shower   was   given   on
Tuesday   evening   for   the   benefit  of
. Miss Mazie Robertson, one of the com-
I ing June  brides, at   the  residence of i
Miss   Minnie  Johnston,   Ninth   street.
when the following congratulated tlie
popular young lady on her approaching  marriage:   Mrs.   W.   Morris,  Miss
Florence   Walmsley,   Miss   Alice   McLeod,  Miss  Mabel   Wells   Miss  Rena
McLean, Miss Eunice Pride, Miss Margaret  Livingston,  Miss  Julia Gifford,
Miss  Alma Cunningham,    Miss    lola
Fisher and Miss Florence McLeod.
Until further notice this^
bank will be open
SATURDAY EVENINGS
from seven to nine o'clock,
Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminster.
F. Shute, Mgr.
mo I" ',:
. FADER
PHONE 712
Columbia Street.
;';.*���
A wedding of Interest to a number
of New Westminster people is to take
place in Toronto, when Miss Emily 1
Caroline Hart, daughter of the Reverend'Anthony Hart, Is to be married |
to Mr. Cecil George Clatworthy. Tbe
marriage is announced for Wednesday
June 22, at half past two o'clock in
the  church  of  St.   Mary  the  Virgin,
Toronto.
���   .   ���
On Tuesday, at St. Andrew's lecture hall, under Professor English,
the musical examinations of Mrs.
Reginald Dodd's pupils was held. After tbe examination, the candidates.
Mr. and Mrs. Dodd, the Rev. J. S. and
Mrs. Henderson, Miss Emma Kennedy, Professor English and some
musical people and teachers were entertained at the tea hour by Mrs.
Dodd. The result of the examinations
will be announced later.
' Among the Vancouver people at the
lacrosse game on Saturday were:
Police Magistrate Williams and Mrs.
Williams, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. P. Hunting. Mr. A. J. Cambie. Mr. C. E. Merrltt, Mr, and Mrs. A. E. MacNaughton,
Mr. Frank Breeze. Mr. J. Marstrand,
Mr. J. Ironsides, Mr, M. OpjjenheImcr,
DIVERS IN NEW JERSEY
SEEKING JEWEL TRUNK
Hackensack, N.J., June 10.���Divers
and amateur  boatmen    are    hunting I
with grappling irons for a trunk con- i
tainlng  jewels  that   Morris W.   Max-1
| well,  an   assistant   haggagemaster  of
i the  Pennsylvania  railroad,    says  he
threw from a train into the Hackensack river here.
The trunk belonged to J. R. Willing
of Philadelphia. After looting it of
part of its contents, Maxwell, fearing
detection, pushed it off the bag. age
car. The searchers thus far have
been unsuccessful.
Millionaire  Gets  City  Job.
New  York,  June   10.���Frederick  T,
Parsons, retired coffee Importer whose
wealth is estimated at $r>.000,000. yesterday accepted a position as deputy
water commissioner of Queens with a
salary  of  |3,000 a  year.    His action
was prompted, it was said, by his interest In civic affairs and his desire
to get  the water department In  the
borough where he had lived for years
out cf poUUes,
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers.
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 56T
; 3
214 Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
B. C,
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Aweno*-
1/0 PHONE 370.
>.il
rf.-
* .    i'
The Oliver Typewriter Agency at
746 Columbia street ls being constantly asked for stenographers. Yon
can learn the Oliver at home. Seventeen cents a day pays for lt. See H*t-
ton E. Sands and ask him to tell yom
ail i*mm\l% tt. *W
��� I FACE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, JUNE  n
The Daily News
Published by The Dally News Publish-
tog Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
C. A.  Paige Managing  Director
****************************************************
OYEZ!
We have bona fide eni|tiiries for Port
Mann property, and also for a few
lots on Sixth Avenue west. If you
have anything to sell, get busy!
SATURDAY,  JUNE   11,   1910.
GERMANY AGAIN.
In the niidist of the turmoil and ex-j
cltement   connected   with   the   consti-i
tiitional struggle that existed in Great]
Britain   just   prior   to   the   death   of
King Edward, the question of the Ger-,
.man  menace  was  for the  nonce for-;
gotten.    But interest in this question i
lias heen revived by a powerful article
trom  the  pen  of   Mr.   II.   \Y.   Wilson,
a   well   known   British   publicist,   in
ihe last   number of The National  Re-1
view.    The  article,  which  bears  the
Significant   title  of "The  Real  Crisis,"
strikes a very grave and cer'ain note I
���of warning;, and coming so soon after1
Mr.  Blatchford's startling revelations
������on   the   same   subject,   has   naturally
caused a good deal of talk and comment.
Rae & McLellan: Trapp Block;
714;  P. O. Box 916.
Miono
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
FARMER LECTURES
TOMBS PRISONERS
Course in Agriculture Proves
Decided Success, According to Jail Authorities.
The Casualty List.
If the Salman Bellies issued a health
report before each game it would
read something like this today: Tom
Rennie. broken shoulder; George Rennle, strained ditto; Urumpy Spring,
quinsy; Punk Wintemute, broken finger; Bill Turnbull, weak ankle; Tom
Gifford, three teeth shy. "Things
like that, you know, must be, to win
a famous victory,"
SPECIALS
FROM OUR SILK DEPARTMENT
f*T5���'���'*
K1.25   BLACK   SILK   PIO-DE-SOI   95c PER   YARD
at a saving.    One piece only
Secure a dress or waist length
coats.    A  snap  for  shrewd  buyers.
suitahle   for   dresses   or
(66 yards) of black heavy
I Inches wide.    Per yard
' I silk,
��� 95c
LOUISCIENNE   SILK   75c  PER   YARD.
in
ment;
black on
hence these anu
H$1.00   AND  $1.15
a special  ln  soft-finished  I.oulsclenne  silk.    We are
it reductions. 20 and 21 Inches wide Regular $1
heavily   stocked   in
and $1.16 yard for,
;
depart
ard,75c
-**?*awpj.NEw
CREPE   SILK   50c   PER   YARD.   -��-��-4 -r ���
TEN   YEARS*
TEST
OF  ECZEMA  CURE
N'ew York, June 10.���A course of lec-
.,,,.. , ; tures on  agriculture delivered in the
Mr. Wilson administers a strong re-1 Tombfl prison may gepm un odd com.
bination, but it is being tried and is
pronounced a decided success by the
prison authorities. All prisoners in
the institution heard the first lecture
of the series yesterday and were much
interested   in   it.    The   lecturer   was
proof to the political contestants and
.says:
"The people wliich concentrates its
whole attention upon internal quarrels in an hour of danger from without is taking tremendous risks. In
normal times it may he a proper
amusement for our parties to quarrel
among themselves. But if the very
life of the nation is threatened, then
It is the plain duty of all patriotic
men to close their ranks and prepare
George E. Manchester, a practical
farmer of Winsted, Conn. He pointed
the way for those who wish to turn
from their old ways and go "back to
the soil," after their release.
Not long ago, Rev. Charles P. Tinker, a Protestant Episcopal clergyman,
a regular visitor at the Tombs, decld- and it relieves instantly
ed that he could interest  the prison-1 never tried it write the
to meet the attack. Today, however, i erg jn a gerieg Qf ,ephnlpa, lecture3.
In this unhappy country our politi-1 The pian was approved by the depart-
cians and our public talk and think j ment of corrections and It will be
of nothing else but the crisis deliber-1 made in other Prisons and reform in
During its ten years' test, oil of
wlntergreen as compounded in D. D. D.
Prescription has thoroughly, absolutely proven its merits for skin diseases.
Though on sale only a short time
In Canada, it is rapidly duplicating
here its remarkable success in the
United States. Cure after cure, and
the testimony of the world's leading
skin specialists, show plainly that the
way to cure the skin is through the
skin; not, however, by means of a
salve reaching only the outer skin,
but with a penetrating liquid that gets
In to the inner skin, killing the germs
and soothing the healthy tissue.
D. D. D. does Just this.    It cures���
If you have
D. D. D. La
in wine color
dainty   silk
champagne and   pale   blue   only:   washing   silk   In   ripple  erect;   27   in,',
very   becoming   for afternoon and evening wear.    Regular   66c   for,   per   yard
We
are Sole Agents for D. & A., Bon Ton
Royal Worcester Corsets
and
THE   MOST   UP-TODATE   STYLES   SOLD   IN   CANADA.
The  dominant   factor of
constitute the real basis of
our  stock  of
corset  merit.
corsets   Is,  and
We mention  a
has  always been, Style, hut
few of the popular numbers
rn
.
crisis
ately provoked by the Ministry on
the question of the House of Lords. ;
Yet grave though that issue is, the j
real crisis for the nation lies not j
there. It lies in the steady gather-,
ing of the German Dreadnoughts in j
the North Sea.
"The   greatest   of  Greek   historians
declared that Athens nad gone down
before Sparta solely because her peo-1
pie   fought   among   themselves.     The
same epitaph hereafter may he written of the  United  Kingdom.    Nearer!
;md  ever   nearer   comes   tlie   danger
from Germany.    It is privately admitted   by   responsible  statesmen.    They!
-will  confess,   when   out   of  the   lime- j
light,    that    nothing   can   avert   war,
though on   the  platform   and  in  the
House of Commons they shower mis-!
leading   assurances   upon   the   public, :
and refuse to take any effective steps ���
to meet   it    If  they  can silence  the
Opposition  by  some  verbal  quibble,
they imagine that all  is  well.    Half- j
measures, feeble compromises, irresolute   preparations,   begun   and   aban-1
cloned  for  want  of  money, and  then;
���^commenced     under     pressure     of;
panic���such are  Britain's  methods of I
arming for a conflict graver than any
in her past. I
While    Germany   is    preparing    to
strike. Britain is gettmg ready to be l
struck."
This  is  certainly   putting  the  danger in a very plain and unmistakable
light, bnt the writer goes further and
condemns  the  people themselves for
their indifference in regard to the real |
position  of  affairs,    he   also   points'
out that Great  Britain     is not main-
talng  her  superority  over   the  fleets
of   the   Triple   Allance,   nor   building I
up   to   the   standard   of   two  to   one1
against     the     strongest     continental
power.   Further, he ridicules the dock
extension  works that are  now being '
���carried   out  as being  utterly   useless i
and inadequate in the event of a naval
���engagement   ln   the   North   Sea,   and
remarks   upon   the   backwardness   in
regard   to  aeronautical  matters.
Pointing   out   that   the   Navy   and j
Army is the guarantee of the English !
people's bread and butter, Mr. Wilson
observes:
"But the people do not see or un-
derstand. It may be that only calamity i
will burn the knowledge of the truth
into their minds. It took Jena to
awaken Prussia, and Sedan to stir
France. Is the ignorance of the British people and their leaders doomed
to be disclipined and punished in the
stitutions throughout the country.
The lecturer in his Introductory ad-
dress told the men of the coming re-
vlval  of  farming and  laid  particular j
stress upon the fact that the demand
for farm  labor is so great  now that
80 long as a man does his work hon-,
estly.  the  farmers do not ask ahout j
his past.    A general discussion follow-
ed and one of the prisoners made a I
long speech on farming in the west.
! boratories. Department N.N., 23 Jor-
1 dan street, Toronto, for a free trial
��� bottle. We know you will be more
I than pleased with the result, Frank
j McKenzie,   Druggist.
PROVINCE   WILL   HELP.
Edmonton,    June    10.���Satisfactory
assurance   that   the   province   would
come   through   with  their   grant   of
$175,000   towards   the   C.   P.   R.   high
level   bridge  in  conjunction   with the
grant from Edmonton and Strathcona
and  the   Dominion  government for  a
traffic bridge were given this morning
by  Premier  Sifton  to  F.   W.  Peters, j
assistant to the second vice president i
of the C. P. R,, who reached the city ,
from   the   east   this  morning.    After-1
wards  Peters said  preparations  were
being made to proceed  at once with
the   big   structure.     Tenders   wdll  he
called   for   the  substructure   at  once,
and  the  bridge completed  in  a year |
and   a   half,   together   with   the   big
dejKit   in    Edmonton   and   other   ter- j
minal  buildings.
NOTICE!
TO REAL ESTATE MEN
My property is taken off the market
until further notice.
JOHN  JAMES  EFFORD.
Sapperton. B. C.
"GET  THE   HABIT"
SPECIAL
TODAY
���ODD PIECES OF DINNERWARE���
At 5c, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 50c, and 75c.
The Fair
646 Columbia  Street.
Wc buy for cash and se.l for the same.
STYLE   NO.   211
As illustration. Portrays to perfection the prevailing corset fashion. Is
modelled on the most approved lines,
intended for the average figure. A
most graceful model.
Price    $2.25
STYLE   NO. 492
An
style
designs
back.
deal  model   with  the
and  tit of the  more
Medium  bust.
\   smart    model
combined
expensive
ong hips and
Sizes   from
Style
IS  to  26.
See  Illustration.
Special   $1.50
DIF7ECT0IRE
N��2H '
Style r>
OUR DOLLAR CORSET
Is unquestlonalbly the
the cut of this corset
from 18 to 26.
hest  low-priced corset on the market,
us seen  in  our  higher  priced   goods.
���r**r. AT  $1.
The standard   of
Made   from   line
excellence   i ���
white coutll
DON'T FORGET, WE CLOSE AT 5 P. M.
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MARKET
REPORT
a
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READ
The presence of a fair amount of
strawberries at the market yesterday
gave the place the appearance of having more for sale than it has had for
a long time. There were not very
many brought in, just enough to supply a good retail demand, hut from
now on the quantity will increase and
next week's market ought to have a
first class supply of tlie first and
best of all the fruits.
The market was well attended by
both buyers and sellers and good supplies of almost every seasonable product found ready sale at satisfactory
prices.
Beef showed  a  slight  tendency  to
decline in price, but pork, under the
stress of a weak supply and a strong
demand, came  up a little,  selling at
14 and  IB cents a pound.
The    wholesale    price    of    butter,
j which has not varied for the past four
! months,   came   down   three   cents   a I
pound.    Large quantities were offered '
i for sale.
The price of potatoes again showed
! a   tendency   to   break.     In   about   a
j month   now   the   new   stock   will   he ;
'��� coming in  and the farmers are anx- j
I ious  to  fi;et rid  of their  holdings, as j
! last   year's   tubers  will   not  be  able ,
j to   compete   with   the   new   potatoes. '
I The   price   yesterday   ranged   around
' $12 a ton.
SINCLAIR'S
LOCALS
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X Weekday Schedule
* Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver  at  5:50,   6:20,  *��� 50,  M
* 8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
X Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster   at   5:50.   6:60,
a     and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. in.
* Return   Fare:   Adults,  (10c;   children   under  12,  Hae.
* Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for   Vancouver
* a.  m. and  every  half hour thereafter until  11  p. m.
X Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster   at   8  a.   in.,  9  a.  m
every half hour thereafter uitll 11:30  p.   m.
Sunday Excursion  Rates:   Return fare, 60c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vane
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3;2�� p. m. Freight cars leave
couver for  Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
20   8:00
at
and
iuv8l
Van-
ON
same fearful wav?"
Official  Quotations.
I Beef, hindquarters, per lb 11c
lb.   ...
 Beef, forequarters, per lb He
I Lamb, per lb 16 to 18c
...    , .      ,   . , ,,      ..     _,        ,    Mutton, per lb 14 to 16c
\\ e are glad to see that the Council  Veal   ,aj!pe    g  to  ]0c
has at  last become awakened  to the   Veal,  medium    12  to 13c
clanger  and   nuisance   of   the   custom j Pork, medium, per lb 14 to 15c
of burning refuse in or upon the pub-''. Er��s, wholesale, per doz 30c
.lie streets in this city, and have decided that persons doing this shall In
future be prosecuted. But it Is somewhat hard on the citizens to expect
���them to cart all their fnflamable rubbish down to Sixteenth street, when
the Council, as the sanitary and ad-
jninistnitive authority, is supposed to
provide the necessary means and facilities for the prompt, clearance of
toil BKbQge a.'id rubbish.
Eggs,  retail,  per  doz 35c
Butter, wholesale, per lb 27c
Butter,  retail,  per  lb 35c
Fowl, per doz., live    .$8 to 10
Chickens,  per  doz.,  live   ....$1  to  8
Broilers,   per  doz $5   to  6
] Ducks       $8  to  10
PAGE
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FRENCH OFFICERS MAKE
LONG FLIGHT WITHOUT STOP
Geese, each  	
Potatoes,   per  ton
Onions,  per  sack
Turnips, per sack
Carrots   per sick  .
Bests, per sack . ..
Parsnips, per sack
.$1.50
. .$12
.$1.50
..50c
.175c
..75c
Paris, June 10.���Officers Marconnet
and Feguent of the French army
aviation corps flew today from Chai-
ons-sur-Marne to the gates of Paris, a
distance of 105.6 miles, in two hours
and  fifty minutes, without a stop.
This constitutes a distance record
for an aeroplane carrying two persons.
M. Marconnet took observations and
photographs while M. Feguent piloted
NOTED WOMAN
DIES   IN
EXPLORER
NEW   YORK   CITY
75c   the machine.
New York, June 10.���Mme. Alice
Le Plongeon, widow of August Le
Plongeon, Comte De Couquevllle, writer and explorer, and herself a writer
of note, is dead at a hospital in this
city, after a long Illness.
She was fUty-elght years old.
Mine. Le Plongeon was widely
known as a lecturer on Central and
South American subjects and was the
author of several hooks on travel In
Spanish-American countries.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City Limits Line���20 minute service from 6:15 a. m. to 11 I1 "'���
Sunday   Service���Half   hourly between 8 a. in. and 11  p   tn.
Sapperton  Line���20 minute service, from 6:25 a. m. to 11:10 ]' ��� <n-
Sunday   Service���Half  hourly hetween 8:30 a. m. and 11 p. '"���
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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���  The WESSELTON DIAMOND!
BLUE WHITE WESSELTONS.
We carry In stock an assortment of
Prices  in  Rings $40 to  $400.
These goods ure the  BEST procurable in Canada, and is a 1
ure to show same.
HOWARD   AND  LONGINE   WATCHES.
leas-
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Chamberlin's
THE
JEWELER
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I Ryall Foot Powder
* 25c per box.   Try It.
I Ryall's Drug Store j
X EYES  TESTED  BY  OPTICIANS. *
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THE DAILY NEWS.
c��ii3?r
PAGE Kit K.
NOI ABLE 10 PLAY
f Goring is on Sick
ford Will Substitute.
SALMON BELLltS AKE A
WICKED LOT OF KEN
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We have for exclusive sale, lot on Regina street, between First
and Becond Btreets, only $650. One-third cash; balance in fi and 12
months al
ior
      only
per eent.
SURREY
Los Angeles Dispatch Tells of "Rough-
house Champions of America"���
"They   Eat   'em   Alive."
A dispatch from Los Angeles on
lacrosse mattrs makes Interesting
reading for New Westminster fans,
who may safely be trusted to dl. est
It properly, ln time, The Salmon liel-
I lies never knew before what a bad
Grumpy ! lot   they   are,   but   tbey   cannot   but
One-quarter Bectlon on  lljoithe road at $200 per acre.    One-third
cash; balance on easy terms.
Fifteen acres in  Section 1(1, B. 5, N. U. 2
One-third cash;  balance fi, 12 and 18 mo
We also have large listings
ties  in  city.
VV. at $1,200 per acre.
ths at 7 per cent.
Of  business and  residential  proper-
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
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team will in *���������
��**��' , ,,, today by the
fc SuS Spring, who.bow-
ffJVell ll l   ^'S^^; believe this story.
'C'" "ed f\��r25��d J L()B An,.,,.s. JuDe l0.-The Mon
Tand tbe d��cl ' .,���,,... How- treal lacrosse team, champions of Can
' , "���' ��� ' j ';��� diSprl.iK �� -1*. ^y play in Lob Angeles in July,
,11 I* "'    7\    mav   urn out  In  a  series  ol  games   with  a team
ito pW i""1  '   ." ..mm.  eye. being organized by Manager Mines
h��%d tester *^$���_y  In-,    The Montreal team Is arranging tor
W Utham   or   Hnghie
a, mird hlme, How-
be   halt   a   dozen
Con has got all
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REAL   ESTATE,    INSURANCE   AND
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FINANCIAL  AGENTS.
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aim-
bb���anms-i n-inrrmnr
; ���
FOR A BONA
FIDE SETTLER
We have six acres .ood land, partly improved, '.', miles from city, 1 mile
from Chilliwack tram.
$200 Cash
Balance  1 and  2  years
Price $1,500
I pat Feeney
J? home and
���rd*lllS��on
^iS'and
*      r papers are
ttHeMUPr
a series of championship games with ]
the New Westminster team of British
Columbia, and after that proposes to
(tour   the   coast   cities.   Including   in
Business Change
Cxer has had
,1 victoria
Itbough tho
giving the new
f there Is not much
weaker team than
in  the  Held  this
ft.  D��*'ar ,
��� ��� ��� reft "   b    ,   ,
**     the association
has been
Lionel   Yorke,
too
v.--'-
:
The Teams
hv. ���
Westminster
Goa
Gray
Point
i.'. ver
Galbralth
T. Gifford
Merles
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I
IcUchlan
Ijatr.pfin ..
���Refi ���������
    Marshall
J. Gifford
,,.   G.   Rennle
    C.  Spring
Home ,,
V.. Turnbull
Wintemute
I .- ...im or 11. Gifford
0 il Ide
L. Turnbull
ale
Feeney
Dawai    Victoria.
the  schedule names at  San   FranclSCO
and Los Angeles.
Although Manager Mines has no
hopes of winning the championship
trom the visitors, he says there are
enough good players here to form a
strong team, which Is to be im lu led
in a league to be formed with Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Ontario, Rivet
side and  possibly others.
The   game   was   played   rather   ex
tcnslvely three years ago, and an at
tempt was made to revive lt last year
which resulted in arousing enough ln
terest to start things going nicely this
season.
The New WestminFter team lias the
reputation of being the roughhouse
champions of America, and by un
sportsmanlike tactic* defeated Mon
treal last season. This year the easterners are coming west to regain
lost laurels. If there are enough of
them left to till out a team after the
N'ew Westminster game, in all probability   tbey   will   come   south.
Tommy Burns, the heavyweight
boxer, who is on his way to America
from Australia to fight Sam Langford,
was u professional lacrosse player before taking up pugilism, and he will
be Invited to play In exhibition games,
'although he wlll be barred from the
strictly amateur events.
Kennedy Brothers having acquired the stock formerly held by
Hale Bros. & Kennedy, Ltd., will continue the Real Estate and
General Agency business in the same premises, Merchants Bank
Building, corner of Columbia and Begbie Streets, under the old
firm name of Hale Bros. & Kennedy, Ltd., until the expiration of tlie
necessary   legal   notice,  when   the name will be changed to
KENNEDY BROS., LTD.
White, Shiles
& Company
Private  Money  to  Loan  on  Good  Improved City and District Security.
R   85���028   Columbia   St.
L   8B--746   Columbia   St.
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The
Realty
CITY
new firm purpose carrying on a conservative and responsible
Insurance, Loan and Trust  Business,  making a specialty of
and    adjacent    property,     FARM    LANDS,     AND     WATER-
INSOS, 8HNT1NQ WORK, ,
K1S BUSY WITH BUBBLES DAY OF THt ODD MAN
|ig Smoke Now Hai Nightwatchman
Guarding H.s Slumcers���Little
Affair Not Trouti.ng  Jack.
FRONTAGE.
All business Intrusted to them by small as well as large investors,
.and all properties listed for sale or lease, will have the closest and
most careful attention, and safe handling of trust funds, and ACCURATE AND PROMPT ACCOUNTING AND RETURNS from sales,
collections,  etc.,  are   guaranteed.
Clients will have the benefit of the experience, knowledge of local
values  and  judgment as  to  investments possessed by the firm.
Every endeavour will be constantly made to fulfil the legitimate
function of a Heal F.state and General Agency���that of BRINGING
SELLER  AND BUYER TOGETHER to their mutual advantage.
Contractors and
Mouse Builders
line   of  tke   Best
Lardware in the City.
^**We have a full
Builders' Hard^   ^	
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
money.
T. J. Trapp & Co��� Ltd.
to .-With  two
of hard work     ��� ad of him Bat-
��� and   Su lack   Johnson
i in the after-
ell with bis au-
h were In nerd
.���  on the road
lng     He  took
.in   good   fash-
��� mpletln '��� I nice  in  about
i : e minutes,  llis
��� -e. baid Train-
on.- hour and
���
|johns n tested        Belt on that day
he flgl I ir ofl for him to
ting.      The    last
be will be    Ittlng down the dls-
i aini.,. up,
. F -...���: George    Little
ts the proi Mis.  Mulrhead,
) conducts  lhe training   quarters,
!   there  Inten   ted,   again   paying
fMon ut) mi ���., j before the twenty-,
��� Pei cenl  i   dm  Is  adjusted,  but
I ���- nol seem to bother Johnson.
1 am not Wi Un. about this," he
Ptodaj "Gi . Little knows that
I'M not ad e to beat me in that
p und unlei he slows down 1 will
V��me talking that he will bo sorry
Til
D* Saturday and Sunday afternoons
Pjon am i  he  will  box four
It!':;'���' *lth vil Kaurman, in addition
���* several rounds   with   his
':'y* partners.
1'   test ;
���    .trim    
if  : Inn i'i   baseball   team,   who
Kl     '��� l�� ii 1; from dark until sun-
ir���Rl1 l'"lh Is direct
:   . ...I-., by
thl       lck do,,a not Ulko  any
��'s   with     strangers     strolling
Price of Drinks to be Fixed
and Immovable in Future
-Two Months Grace.
Those having realty of any description, City, District, or Suburban, to dispose of, are invited to list the same, with full description
and particulars as to price and terms, at the office of Kennedy
Bros., doing business at present  under the name and style of
*** ��������� ���
One   drink   16c;     two  drinks   21
three drinks 40c; four arlnks 50c; live
drinks   50c;   si\   diinks   76c;     seven
drinks 7,'ic. eight drinks fl.   All sUes
oT drinks, tin- same prici      ^^^^^^
Such  is the  bar-room  schedule of
charges that is in force today, and lias
been   in  force  for  many   years,  in  Alberni ami elsewhere In British Columbia.    Tarts of this peculiar schedule,
which has Buccessfull)  puzzled all ex-
iu  finance, ure elastic   For  In-
. one di ink may be snld for ten
it the exact change is put up
customer  can  nerve  himself
indignant   stare   of     a
bartender.    Then
s   good,  nnd  the
HALE BROS. & KENNEDY, LTD.
Merchants   Bank   Building,   corner of  Columbia  and   Begbie  Streets.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Only Three Lots Left
: 2nd Street New Sub-division
Peter Peebles
���*   Columbia   Street. Phone 307.   *
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ports
stance
cents
nnd  the
to   meet   the
Bilent  and sensitive
If   business   I
\Mi_A~2r*t
again,
bar-
regular
the Johnson camp is
a. one-time catcher for
under  tin
Johnson,   it is ad
chedule
|l,'5ii
Mknown to him.
BASEBALL
pleas- ���!
H
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1   ' ,lCa8��
Wiington    	
lc.;wk	
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ail .
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crowd  Is drinking  together, the
tender  may let  ten  or twelve go for
an even dollar.
This  manner of business began  In
tho care-free days of  long ago when
drinking men disdained to pick smail
chance oft a bar, and hotel keepers
saw   that   It   would   he   popular   and
profitable   business   to     display
Same indifference to wealth.   The only
reason It was not long since changed
In accordance with the economic spirit
of the times ls that human mi
weaker  tn  a  bar-room  than  in  other
places of business.
These are features of the sc
that   hurt, nnd  parts  that   please, th
average  customer,     ll   one  enters    a
bar-room alone he falls to relish his
drink when It costs him fifteen cental
and he knows that he could have *.
friend join Itiitt at the small extra
cost of ten cents. For that reason the
second person, if it has to be an odd
stranger or even the bar-tender, is
generally Invited in. Then there hap-j
pens along a third party, who has to
id, and the one-for-fiftecn-1
registered again with
m the dispenser's side of
timely arrival of a fourth
provides an opportun-'
again, while a fifth  Is
more than welcome to the man who
the buying, flve diinks cost-
inn   the   same   amount   as   four.    The
man who is buying flve drinks
change   made   quickly
'ent of a sixth dropping
In before payment  has been completed  he  will  be  stung  for  twenty-five
cents for that one exvtra.
" bar-room customer can
\v��rl;   the   tixe-for-
flfty part ol' the Buuedule systematically,    Any time he reels disposed to
three   drinks,   which   cost   forty
"  fully avail himself
to Une up two
cost of only live
Buy Your Groceries At
E. J. Fader's Grocery
Friday and Saturday and Save Money
���i ��� -
June Weddings
CANNED   TOMATOES
(Quaker   Brand)
cans for 25c  Friday  and
Saturday   only
SEEDED   RAISINS
4   pkgs.   for   25c
25
PRUNES
|b.   box   $1.10
COOKING
4 lbs for
FIGS
25c
NO.   1    POTATOES
75c per sack
IMPERIAL   FLOUR
A  Good  Bread  Flour
Only  $1.60  per  sack
We are able to fill In your wants in the Wedding Gift line from
$1.00 and up. If It is a Wedding Ring, or an Engagement Ring,
we can suit the most exacting requirements.
We shall be pleased to have you call and consult us.
John B. Gray
---���-���������. .   B.M IPtlftl      I     CD
Dominion
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Trust  Block.
Columbia   St.
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be   treat oil
cents sting
the smiling '
the bar. The
congenial  soul
Ity to even up
mo ^^
Is doing
the same
wise
will   have   his
for  in the ev
The habitual
be  relied  upon  to
Of the scbei
STRAWBERRY  JAM
Best   quality   only   15c   bottle
JELLY    POWDERS
Assorted flavors, 90c doz.
BEST   RICE
6 lbs for 25c
GOOD   CREAMERY   GUTTER
Only  3Uc  per  Ib.
CHOICE   ALBERTA  CREAMERY  BUTTER
3  lbs  for $1
CORN   STARCH
2 pkgs for 15c
COFFEE���"OUR   SPECIAL"
35c per Ib. or 3 lbs. for $1
Will   Please You
Will
TEA���"OUR SPECIAL"
35c per Ib. or 3 lbs. for $1
Bring You
Back for More
E. J. FADER'S GROCERY
TELEPHONE 97 Corncr of Carnavon and 8th Sts.
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At So.,0.1. Western   League.
s,'nUle,  Bj   Tacoma.  !">.
��� pokane,  2;   Vancou-
tattle
, 8Pokam
buy    ��i^��_
cents, he will glee
of any opportunity
more consumers
CeT?aeaanegea   justification
Ithe ancient economc theory
consumer pays the   axes^mus
held.    The latest  amendment
Si,   License   act   projWj
lrftlBe of the license fee   rotn
$800 a year, and  this lias
wil bout   a   reduction   ol   the
1 holder's profits.
f    the
b thai
the
up-
to tllu
for   a
$���25 l"
to be met
license
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New York, June 10.���Stanley
Ketchel knocked out Jim
Smith, of New York, in the
,11-11, round of a scheduled ten-
round bout at the National
Sporting club tonight by a
right swing to the jaw.
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*************
t
There was a little man
And he had a little team,
But he paid his men so little
That the players called him mean.
So there was a little strike
And a nasty little row
And the worried little man
Has a new lacrosse team now.
Automobile Insurance
-AGAINST-
Fire - Theft - Collision
There is a constant danger that  enjoyment of ��u����r Jg *>e
spoiled by accident or malice, but you can ^"^^"glfi
dent    For full particulars and rates call, phone or write.
ALFRED  W.  McLEOD
"The Insurance Man"
Suite 1, Curtis-Armstrong Blk.      Phone 62 Pa6e SUE.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY
JUNE  11
1910.
Anywhere in Canada
You Can Get Any
N A-pr* U-CQ
Toilet or Medicinal Preparation You Need
Step into a drug store in Halifax and ask for a tube
of NA-DRU-CO Tooth Paste.   You 11 get it. of course.
When that tube is used v.p, if you should chance to be
in Vancouver, or in a country village in Ontario, or anywhere else in Canada between Atlantic and Pacific, you
can get exactly tlie same tooth-paste ��� under the same
NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark���at the same price.
So with NA-DRU-CO Tasteless Oxl Liver Oil, the
great tonic, with NA-DRU-CO Cascara Laxatives, NA-
DRU-CO Blood Purifier or any other of 125 NA-DRU-CO
Toilet and Medicinal Preparation-. They are on sale under
one trade mark, at one price,
throughout the Dominion.
Sh nld your druggist not have
the parti ular article you a��k for
in stock, he can get it for you
within 48 hours from our
nearest Wholesale Branch.
When you get an article bearing the NA-DRU-CO
Trade Mark you have the best that money can buy. Ent
if for any reason you are not entirely satisfied with it, we
want to get it back. Return the unused portion to your
druggist and he will refund your money.
Ask your physician or druggist���men of standing
in your community ��� about NA-DRU-CO preparations.
They can tell you, for we will furnish to any physician or
druggist in Canada on request, a full list of the ingredients
in any NA-DRU-CO article.
National Drug and Chemical Company
of Canada, Limited.
��LW��rs   LOOK  rea
TR4CC   MARK
Halifax,    St. John,   Montreal,   Ottawa,
Winnipeg,   Regina,   C&lg&ir,
Kingtton,    Toronto,
NeUon,    Vancouver,
Hamilton,
Victoria.
London.
13
ADYESTUK0U5 LAD is   "   UURIER'S VISIT P
DROWNED IN RED RIVER    m mM mm
Boy   Who   Travelled   Alcne   fer  Thousands    of   Mi'es   Veets    Death
While   Boating.
���
j
!
At Kirk's Hardware
You can get Hammocks and Refrigerators, Screen Doors and Screen
Windows, Lawn Mowers and Sprinklers. Sreen Wire Enamelled. Rubber
Hose and Cotton Hose.
".".- :. .   g, June 10.���After travelling
..-amis    of    miles    by    himself in
.r.ge lands without money, Stanley
I Condor,   the   fifteen   year   old   son   1 :
'.-'.-:.   ind Mrs. Harry Condor, 407 Chal-
:      - street, Elmwood. was drowned at
1 River pary yesterday afternoon.
With   Harry   Richardson.   Vaudreuil
I avenue, and Jack Smith, JTS Johnson
; avenue, he went to the park yesterday
'��� afternoon and shortly after five o'clock
���  ������  trio decided  to go on the river,
Stanley   taking   a   boat   himself,   his
two companions  sharing another. Be-
i fore - >ne far from the boat
i house Stanley wus se^n to rise from
lis seat apparently for the purpose of
ing the boat with one oar from
tbe stern. He lost his balance, fall-
:..- Inl ��� water and had disappeared before aid could reach him.
The   Iif- savin-'   apparatus   was    at
om ���   pol   Into use and the city police
D   ified,   nine   constables,   the   father
I and a number of other men dm. ging
the river  until  late,  but without suc-
i.    It was soon found that the life-
'saving  apparatus was  inadequate  for
the purpose for which it  is intended
and   the   police   sent   to   a   hardware
; store for other appliances.
Since reaching three years of age,
Stanley Condor has shown a roving
disposition and from then until he was
four and a half years of age, when
he was brought to this country, be
frequently strayed from his home, but
was always found unharmed at the
house of some friend. As he grew
p^ler Lis wanderings increased in
length despite all efforts of his parents to keep him at home.
When he was twelve years of age
he decided to again see the land of
his birth and started off eastward.
How lie managed to make the journey
without money is not known, but he
eventually reached the Naval school at
Portsmouth and remained there for
three years. The first his parents
hpard of him was last fall when they
recoived a photograph of him taken
on board the "Chloe." and ln that way
they discovered his whereabouts and
communicated with the naval authori-
���;��� - and Stanley was sent home. However, durinz his naval life he was not
taught  to swim.
Itinerary of Trip Through to
Coast to be Made by Pre-
ier During July.
Sherwin-Williams   Paints.
"Ladies' Aid"  Range.
Ta KIRK
Mac'eod Man Suffocated.
Macleod, Albt.. June 10.���James Graham, a workman employed laying cement sidewalks, was suffocated here
yesterday by the cave-in of a bank
at wbicb be was digging. Another
man. Robert Keen, who was working
beside him, is in the hospital.
20 LOTS
BS
EACH
1 j <(*,��.,,
i,  i- ' 1.   -.
Place $50 a lot on top of this price
and they would still be good buy-
��
ing. In D. L. 30, Burnaby, two
blocks from Edmonds, comprising
all of block A, with the exception
of 21 and 22, $6000 for the bunch
One-third cash, balance 6, 12 and
18 months.
JL KERR
.   Inly Sir Wilfrid Lauri r will
i .   -       - ..-���:���  inada..
i;c.  will  bt- p --nied  by Hon.  Mr.
...--..  ���  .��� . -. UwayB,  E.  M.
Macdonald, M.P., and  F   Pardee, the
Liberal   whip   and    possibly    s
��� ..   -.   Tie following Ls the Itinei ���-.
-   e  trip   as  arranged   at   present.
bnt   several   minor  changes  are   possible:
Leave   Ottawa.   Thursday.    July   ..
C   P. K.. to Port Arthur. Port   k
... ting, Sai .: lay, July 9, leav-
,r via C. N. K-, Bui
July i".
���ing in    Winnipeg   on Monday,
11,  thence  by  C.   N.  K.   to    SI
 ng "ti Tuesday or Wed-
thence  back   to    Winn
��� . ���   e by C. X. R. to Morden. mi ��� I
��� iere on Jul" 1".
From Morden back via C. P. R. to
3, tl -nre by C.  N.  R. to S  I
. ���   S iturd i     July  l>'.. and on by C.
\  r  i   }.-   : don; i ��� ��� ting in Brandon
on Monday, July  lv
From   Brandon,  take  C.   P.   R-,  via
Cl   ������ ���-   Rapid Citj   and Minnedi
Vorkton, meeting there on Wednesday.
��� j   20.
From Yorkton take C. P. R- line to
Ule;   meeting   there   on   Friday.
-.;.   22;   tlience bark  to Yorkton  by
C.  P.  tt.  to  Lankan;   meeting there
Monday, J ily 2'..
From Lanigan take C. P. R. I     -
toon   and   from   Saskatoon   tak->  ('.
N. P.. to Prince Albert; meeting I
'ednesday, July -7.
From Prince Albert take C. N. R. to
S skatoon  for  meeting  there on   Fri-1
��� July 29.
From Saskatoon take C. N. R. to Re-1
gina.   take   C.   P.   H.   to    Btoughton,
���    ���   ���   to Weyburn  via C. P.  R.  for:
:.-.������ -ine   there  on     Wednesday,     Au- j
gust 3.
From   Weyburn   take   C.   P.   R.   to
���'������ Jaw;  niee'ing there on Friday,
August 5.
Thence   from   Moose  Jaw   bank   to |
Regina via C. P. R. and by C. N. R.
via Saskatoon and Warrnan to Battle- ',
ford, two hours, and on to Lloydminster. stopping for a few hours.
Thrace   via    Canadian  Northern  to
'���   million,  Vegrevllle  and  Fort  Sas-
! katchewan. stopping at each place for
an hour or two.
Ti.. rue to Edmonton for a meeting
��� ������ on August S.
On Tuesday, August ':. take C. P; R. |
to Wetaskiwin, stopping there for an
. . tlience to Red Deer; meeting at
Ked  Deer  on  Wednesday, August   10.
From Red Deer take C. P. R. to Calgary, meeting there on Friday,
August  12.
Leaving Calgary on Saturday. August 13, via C. P. R. to go to Banff
;   r S inday, August  1-f.
On Monday, via C. P. H. to Golden,
stopping thorp for an hour, thence on
; to  Vancouver  for   meeting.   Tuesday,
August   16.
Then meeting in Victoria on Thursday, August Is.
From Victoria to Prince Rupert, and
t back to Victoria by August 24.
Meetlnz in Kamloops fin the night
of August 26.
From Kamloops to Nelson for meeting on August 2S.
From  Nelson  back  to Crows'    Nest
1 Pass,  bark to Lethbridge for    nieet-
inc August  ?,n.
From Lethbridge bark to Medicine
ITr-t. via C. P. R , for meeting on September '-'; thence via C. P. R. to
Ottawa.
READS THAT HIS WIFE
IS   SOUGHT  AS   WIDOW
San  Francisco,    June 10.���Imagine
: the  surprise of  William   Miller Gra-
harn, one of the new oil millionaires
' of California, when he read in one of
i the daily  papers last Sunday the following cablegram  from London:
"Lord  Robert Osborn  Innes-Ker is
; said to be desperately smitten with
j Mrs. Mili<-r Graham, s faseinatlng wid-
ow from  San Francisco, who  mak<
bei home here,   s'ie is reported to be
��� worth a million or more.   Lord Robert
la a ������ i ingi i  brol ber of the I 'uke id
Roxburghe who married Ma> Ooelet,
of New  York.    Mis.  Miller    Graham
rents Lord Nunburnholme'a bouse i.i
Grosvenor    Square    and    entertains
sumptuously.     She   lias   a   son     an.i
daughter, both small." and so on.
The Mis. Graham alluded to Is Gra
i ham's   wife,   tbo   well-known     society
.woman  ami  amateur  actress of this
��� city   and   Santa   Barbara.    She  went
' to London  several   months  ago aud
! tented the house in question with tho
. Intention of doing much entertaining
. during the London season.    The death
of  King  Edward  has sjKiiled  her ani-
i bitlous  social  plans,  the same as  it.
has those of a good many other people.
\ Graham   humors  the social  ambitions
j of  his  wife, but personally does not
j care for society.    He is hard at work
here attending to his business affairs
and can  be seen dally at the  Palace
hotel.
r
If' ������
is bi   ti
you ought  ��� ,
Evi ry  i
I   od   cl thi
The  8pl( i. ' rj
cannot    be   d
localll ������ ���
Sui'.-   thai
ed     .1
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THE BEST VAL JES TODAyl
IN THE CLOTHING 3lS.|
INESS;
Fine Two-Piece 1  rnmerSulhl
'$3.00,    $10.00." ;���       ~rT%-, '
the suit.
-Three Piece S.. I . - SummJ
Weights, $8.00, ! 00, $:2.00J
$15.00 to $35.00.
The Season's Choicest Haberdashery and all the correct Soft and
Stiff Hats are here, [and await]
your coming.
REID & CO
The Store of Satisfaction
Clothes Mats Furnishings!
Easterbrook  Milling  Company,
Eturne, ,B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEL   ..$8.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75   per   bbl.
TERMINAL *5.25  per Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR    $4.50 per Bb'
WH n. ��- ���   or    flour and feed merchants
Mciiuarne & to.	
FRONT  8TREET. New Weitmlmttr. Telephone 133.
..U��G��ar��fe{,t
"YOU  NEEDN'T
COME  AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton ol coal���any of our
drivers will be glad '�� take
your order. Then, too, B l"'-"'
tal will bring about the *i;!V
result���good coal In your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone Is In good order, and
their numbers are L5 :i;>i1 "
Coal procured here Is ���:���"k'"
jack coal, however secured.
HGILLEY  BROS., Ltc
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CHICAGO   LAYMEN   WILL
MAKE    RECORD   CENSUS
Chicago, June L0,���The census bu-
reau of the States is to be given
a lesson in census taking. The Chicago Laymen's Evangelical Council
has completed arrangements to have
every residence In the city and count'.
visited within the Bhorl space of two
hours.
Not only are tho residences to receive a visit from two Sunday school
workers, but these two visitors are to
find out all about the family's relig.
Ion, history and present church relationship. The supervision of this visitation department of the International
Sunday  School  association   lg  the  BU>
ic'inteut'cnt of this department.
���*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������*
1 IKftS FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
NEW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh and Carline.
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PHONE 473    ���.!
������������
Shortage of Farm Hands.
Winnipeg, .June   Id.  -That   the  supply   of   farm   hands   Is   totally   Inadequate to meet the demand, Ih the linn
conviction  of .1.   Bruce  Walker,  the
CORPORATION OF DURNABV.
Edmonds Waterworks.
Notice Is Hereby given t laj w
ties   requiring  water  serviu .,A
 ._..  i,r. nnnilcatlon oi i   ,,8(!.
i mon mm     oi     .i.     Miinr     winner.     U10     UCH    IlM|lulin.       "**".,      ..   neill"1
chief Immigration agent,   Mr, Walk- quested to make application     pC|!,
er   slates   thai    he   could   place   .,0110 ! forms,   to   be   obtained a       .jj]fl
farm   hands   tomorrow,  and   he  fears I tor's office, hk early as po     ^ q
when harvesting time arrives there C. T. 8AUNDBR��.   ���.  ^;,y
will be a  scarcllv of men  which may ; Municipal  Hall, EdmondB,
cause b'i'lef to Bunie fiimiera. '    S3, 1P10. JUNE  Hi
i-
^GISTBY ACT.
1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
'    ~     PAGE SEVEN.
LAND
ippUcatlonbM
i   Duncan Bell
simple, under
B. A. Wilmot,
,.,   Duncan   Bell
.  B   i:;u.  day  of
Hearing '..    . .,��� iU,d singular
.   Iv'O. 1!         ,   tract  of   land
���ftVrtai" :   '       ylDg and being
'  Westminster,
..���ii, Columbia,
and describ-
,1 ih,. southeast
Township  3,
Meridian.
.. i...inir through or
^'���y',:
fa     mg da
li	
B
t **   j       p"!sogn9 planning
L y^a;;ftl';,!i.i la.ui by virtue
fcictei^1";      d ingtrament, and
interest   In
1 ���������'������'
unre
arsons
whose tltl
clii' mg  any
i  l,i   tlC'Fi cut,
.^hndr.,  ������!'>'������ tbe provisions
^"^Rel-tftrv Act," are reqnlr-
iM'^V, d not the tax pur-
f^'li-foVyilvs days from the
*r��-|l,,l*f�� ������������,' cation of this
ie '������ vlie v" ,/ ,'���', in default of a
���ijS sue', loriod. or In
111 ftj it. tion nrfors rejtatra-
' rai ^-i, of you wl i be tor-
*;"nrPd unit oeburncl from set-
|��P.8,;nl    ��� !   I   sha I    register
.  ,   i: . I   as  owner   thereof
1 v 0 (���. thai pub-
i ',. for thirty days
. ,.i bllibed In New
lOd and  sufTlc-
WATER NOTICE.
((ice
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t:.-
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:
. I Registry Office,
r (   ince of Hritish j
!, nay of April, A.
.    . . KEITH,
1 Igtrlct Rt gh
..., loan &
��- helmer   Bros..
P-    w, Lelshman; J. w.
itrar.
Sav-
Ltd.,
Hew-
Notice is hereby given that an a
plication will he made under Part  V
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license in the Westminster Division 01
New Westminster District.
(a) The name, address and occupation of the applicant: Frederick VV.
Smith, residing at South Westminster,
P. o. address, New Westminster, B, C,
dairyman.
i b) The name of the lake, stream or
source (if unnamed, the description
isi: an unnamed spring, Bituate on
Subdivision 12 of Block 2, Bectloi
Block 5, No-th Range 2, west, New
Westminste ��� Distil t.
(c) The point of diversion: About
the centre of said Suddlvlslon 12
(owned hy .1. E, Murphy).
(d) The quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second): One-
sixtieth (1-60).
(e) The character of the proposed
works: A pri ��'e waterworks system
through a 1-Inch pipe carried fro snld
Subdivision 1! tt p\\. cant's property,
which adjoins
(f) The premises on which the water is to he used (describe same):
Subdivisions 5 and 6 of Hlock 2, Section 30. Block 6, North R��n_e 2, west,
New  Westminster District.
lg) The purpose* for which the
water Is to he used: For agricultural,
dairying  and  domes!le.
ik) This notice  was posted on the
2nd day of May, 1910, and application
| will be made to the Commissioner on
Ithe 8th day nf June, 1910, at 2:30 p.m.
il)   Give the names and addre   ���
of any riparian pi ipi letors or llceni 11.
who or wiiM.e landh are likely to be
affected by the proposed works, either
above or below the outlet: None.
F. W. SMITH.
Box 536, New Westminster, B. C.
, PHYSICIAN DEFENDS
MOTHER
THE
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
-1N-
DAILY NEW
its���
ess of
''..������
.June 17
.June 23
.  July 1
ED. GOULET.
CPU. Agent.
Westminster
ransf er Co.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front  St.,  Foot of Sixth.
Ice
���P6od�� 115.     n.irn 'Pfcone 11?
Columbli btreet.
|Eig.it.e   delivered   promptly    to
any part ot Uj�� city.
pght and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
Dr. Charles G. Kerley Replies to Criticism of High-
strung Woman of State*.
St. Louis, June 10.���"I deny that the
high-strung, flne-grained American
mother���the 'modern neurasthenic
women,' as half-baked literary critlcB
have dubbed her���is other than the
Bnest specimen of mot her in the
world. I (buy that we doctors or anyone else have the right to demand
that simply because she happens to
have a baby Buch a splendid creature
should he treated as an animal. She
should be treated with common sense
and common humanity. The educated
young American mother ls not neglecting her nursing functions or any otber
duty. She Is, In the popular vernacular, 'on her Job all right..' "
This statement, was uttered with the
emphasis ol clenched fists by Ur.
Charles G. Kerley, ot New York, before tbe American Medical Association yesterday In the course of a dis-
cussion lending to show that the modern woman is neglecting her nursing
functions for the exigencies of ber
social and civic life, and that, the
n - number of bottle-fed babies is
tbe reason tor the present great infant
morality.
llis remarks came after a startling
statement was made by Dr. A. C. Cotton, of Clhcago, to the effect that, the
i rude hygi nic laws that obtained
auion;- Bavagea tor the protection of
the primeval mother and her newborn babe was mole humane and
scientific than modern social prac-
tlces
He said that the price of civilization with regard to certain conditions
of motherhood is great. Among these
conditions he named bottle rearing
and the degeneration of the nursing
function of women.
This, be said, relegated the child to
that class where the infant mortality
is terrible, experience showing that
out of 100 infant deaths, eighty-live
were bottle fed babies.
"This is criminal," he declared.
SOCIALIST   PART\   GETS
A   COLD   TURNDOWN
If there are forty people ln New
Westminster who want to buy a summer camp site they have an exceptional chance this week as White.
Bhlles A Co. are offering forty choice
lots at White Rock for from .225 to
| 16 i each, on teims of 1100 cash and
the balance
ments.
in four half-yearly
pay-
��� >
Timb
er
B.C.
and
Mills
Trading
"  ' .ficturers and Dcnlers In  All Kinds ot
U'VEBR. LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR
TURNED WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE    STOCK
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills
Te'tohone   )2 New  Westminster
Just a Few Left ot
West End View
Lots
In Lot 10, Sub. Block 12, between 8th and
10th Avenues, to the east of 18th Street
Prii $350, one quarter cash, balance 6, 12
anil 18 months. These lots are close to the
now cut off, and you will be wise if you step
in now and secure them.
Two Good Buys
2 nice lots on  Hamilton  St.,   all cleared,
50x150.    Price $800 each cash, or $1000 on
terms.
Lot. 7 mi 11 fi-, Qf    niz-^ir 10   Rnb.  block 7.
Phoenix, June 10.���What was probably the most hotly contested election
in the history of Boundary district
labor organizations, took place among
members of l'hoenix and Greenwood
Miners' unions on Saturday, two complete factions opposing each other in
both unions. Tlie result was a decided victory for the anti-Socialists.
In Greenwood, Secretary Heatherton
and all the other officers that had been
for years the representaUves of the
Boclallsl party element, were ousted
completely, Hathrton only getting a
handful of votes.
In Phoenix, where the Socialist
party have also beld most of the offices in the local union for some yeitrs.
lonlj one of the old guard retains his
Beat, President Harry Heed being returned by a majority of three votes.
The following are the newly elected
.officers of Phoenix Miners' -union:
President, Harry Reed; vice-president,
Patrick Clune; financial secretary, a.
A. White; recording secretary, W. X.
McDonald; assistant recording secretary, Angus McKinnon; treasurer D.
W. McKenzie; conductor, Jack Cos-
grove; warden, Leonard Metcalfe.
trustees, D. W. McKenzie. Harry Se-
well. Angus McKinnon, Walter Ross
and Dan Paterson; delegate to convention at Denver, W. J. Loutitt.
WATER   NOTICE.
Ladies' Blouses
Children's Dresses
A. J. BIR TCH
The White House 617 Columbia Street
I
Here's an
j Opportunity
Notice is hereby given that an application will  be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license in  the New  Westminster Division  of  New   Westminster  District.
(a)   The name of Company, Vancouver   Power   Company,   Limited.     The
lead ollice at the City of Vancouver,
I British Columbia.   Tlie capital, $2,500,-
1000.  divided  into  2,500,000  shares of
,$1.00 each, all fully paid up;  (b) The
i name of the  lake, stream or source,
unnamed stream running through sec-
l tion 29, block a, north range 2, west,
! thence   in   a   northwesterly  diiection
flowing  into   the   Praser   river;   (e)
j The point of diversion,  2,300 feet In
a   southeasterly   direction   from   tho
southeast corner of section 19, block
5, north range 2, west;   (d) The quantity of water applied for, .lfitl  cubic
feet  per  second;   (e)   The character
of the proposed  works, a small  dam
and  pipe  line;   (f)   The  premises  on
which   the   water   is   to   be   used,
two (2), three (3) and four (4), group
two   i'i),  New  Westminster  District;
(g) The purpose for which the water
s  to  be   used, domestic;   di)   If  for
irrigation describe the land intended
to      be      irrigated,      giving      acreage,    no;     (1)    If   the    water   is    to
be     used     for    power    or    mining
purposes describe the place where the
water Is to be returned to some natural  channel,  and the  difference  in
altitude   hetween   point   of   diversion
and point of return, no;   (j)  Area of
Crown land intended to be occupied
by   the   proposed   works,   none;    (k)
This  notice  was  posted   on  the   _nd
day   of   June,   11)10,   and   application
will he made to the commissioner on
the  13th  day of July 1910;   (1)  Give
the names and  addresses of any riparian   proprietors   or   licensees   who
or  whose  lands are  likely  to be affected by the proposed works, either
above or below the outlet, none;  (m)
The part of the Memorandum of Association  of the  company  which authorizes the proposed application and
works reads as follows: "(3) The objects for which the company is established and to which objects the Company are restricted are the acquisition
of water and water power by records
of  unrecorded  water or by  the  purchase of water records or water privileges for,  (g) Rendering water
and   water  power  available  for   use.
application and distribution by erecting dams, increasing the head of water   in   any  existing  body   of   water,
or extending the area thereof, diverting the waters of any stream, pond or
lake into any other channel or channels,  laying or erecting any line or
flume, pipe or wire, constructing any
race-way,    reservoir,    aqueduct    weir,
wheel, building, or other erection or
work which may be required in connection   with   the   Improvement  and
use of the said water and water power  or  by altering,  renewing,  extending,   improving,   repairing,   or   maintaining anv such  works or any part
thereof."   (n)   The   Company   applies
for a license to store water. The place
of the proposed reservoir for storing
the said water is section twenty-nine
'29), block five (5), north range two
iill   west;   to)   The means by which
It is proposed to store the water, by
dam;   tp)   The area of the reservoir
site  or  sites  at each  foot in  depth
above the outlet, the depth above the
outlet    will    approximately    average
ahout six or seven feet;  (q)   How it
is proposed to acquire the land necessary for the purpose, by purchase, or
if necessary by expropriation;  (r) Approximately the number of acre feet
intended   to   be   impounded,    20,000
square feet.
VANCOUVER POWER CO., LTD.
R.  H. Sperling, General Manager.
Vancouver, B. C.
CITY  OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER
I
SPOKANE ROCK CRUSHER
OPERATED BY CONVICTS|
Spokane, June in.���One hundred,
an.l fifty convicts from the peniten-
tlary at Walla Walla have been transferred to the state rock crushing
plant at Marshall, nine miles south-
est of this city, to break rock for
county and Btate roads. The convicts!
are garbed In suits of blue cloth,
Btrlped uniforms having been
orison,    'nicy are  camped   near  the
I works and are under strong guard.
Engineers report that the plant will
be able to deliver crushed rock to the
contractors at the cost of its manufac.
! (ure   which   assures  a   big
| ti,e highway commission,
sir,ll   crusher   is  equipped
their j
left in
aving  to]
The  Mario  handle
The  first
,     |,iv tons of stone daily
-��� will be used to
itniit of the crusher
,.,,���   .ev.n.een   miles  of  highway
[j. Spokane county, known as tbe West
i oad.
15
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THINKS   AUTOMOBILES
DON'T  CONTROL
EARTH
Lot 7 on 11th St., Block 19, Sub.
I���
ic i
$750 on terms.
Maple Rid��e
I2? acres of good land, close to Mission City
New York, Juno
informed a delegation
owners who appeal
1'1'lc
this.
is $35 per acre.   $1000 cash handles
Balance on very easy terms.
ritish Canadian Securities
Company, Limited
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:    The Dominion Trust
10.���Mayor QaynoT I
of automobile
ed yesterday at the
city hall to oppose a Idll establishing
a driving speedway in Ocean Parkway j
Brooklyn, that they did no owni the
earth and must make wmJJ
nlons to horse owners. Represent
u ,s o the l-ong island Automobile]
delation opposed the measur .
which recently passed the legislature
It provides that the parkway be deslg
nated as a speedway Between Kings
Highway and Twenty-second avenue.
H,S automobile people ought to he
srenerous" said the mayor. You can-
no have everything, although you
' to think automobiles own the
Ml this hill does is to set aside
one-half miles of the houie-
, , , for a speedway. You have keen
heated pretty well yourseles
The speakers protested   that    tie>
Louldbe forced "into the neck of the
lb0'oi,'\o. I have heen thtftjomy
' times and I never saw the bottle. I
Usk. the bill. It is a slight con-
cession to make to horse owners.
1 qn^0 day we may have a speedway
^ an   then'we will not have   o use the
boulevard for that purpose.
Nail It!
We have a window of
lonely suits. One only
of each line. Made and
tailored by the 20th
Century People, which
is a guarantee of Excellence. These are in
single and double breast
style. All nice patterns
of imported worsteds.
Prices $24 to $28
YOUR CHOICE
WHILE THEY LAST
$16.00
THE SUIT
I
Notice to Paving Contractors:
Tenders for  Paving Second  Street
The Corporation invites tenders
from Street Paving Companies for the
grading, street paving, laying of concrete sidewalks, boulevardlng and
construction of storm water sewers
for Second street from Clinton place
to Sixth avenue.
Paving companies will be required
to state term of years they will guarantee their paving and the percentage of money the Corporation can retain during the period of guarantee,
also the steepest grade they calculate
their pavement ls safe for horse
traffic.
Plans, profiles, specifications and
further information can be obtained
from J. W. B. Blackman, City Engineer, City Hall.
Tenders will be received up to 5
p m. on the 20th June, 1910, by the
undersigned.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall. New Westminster, B. C,
June 4, miO.
BUILDERS     AND     CONTRACTORS.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon, June 10.
for the erection of a tramway station
and office building at New Westminster.
Specifications can be secured at office of Maclure & Fox, architects.
Winch building, Vancouver.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.
B. C ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., LD
IMPOUNutD.
seem
earth
I one and
I
M. J. Phillips I
i
One bay mare. Bog Spavin on nlgh
hind leg. Lump on nigh fore leg. If
not claimed will be sold June 14 at
12 noon.
R. H. BATT,
Poundkeeper.
New Westminster, june 8, 1910.
Garden Work
Columbia Street
The Wardrobe Clothier
New Westminster, B.C.
English gardener ls open to undertake all kinds of garden work; making
and seeding lawns, laying out and
iplanting new grounds; or would attend one or two days a month to
trim up. Apply C. H., Box 556, New
4H90 Westminster, B. C.
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'      t��AQE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,   jUN��
Something New in
Floor Wax
The easiest way to
finish a floor is to
saturate a soft cloth
���with Columbus Liquid Wax and apply
lightly to the floor,
let it dry for about
fifteen minutes,
'i and bring to a
/ polish by light
rubbing with a
soft cloth.
No brush to push ���no work ��� no
backache. Resists heel-marks,
scratching, and water will not turn it
white. Goes farther and lasts longer
than any paste wax. Try iti Ee
sure to ask fur the genuine
""'I    IV    -��I.L   i
Tbe Easi��st ApptieS Floor Finish
Sold by
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
If every young man and young
woman fully realized the advantages
of pursuing a course at this institution and then the opportunities offered
for profitable and congenial employment, lie 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 | further notice
instruction. Satisfied students are
our  best advertisement.
A. Barnet, of Renfrew. Ontario, one
of the proprietors of the MacDonald-
Barnet mills, is in the city.
Three chances left. Terms one-
fourth cash, balance 6, IJ and IS
months. See my advertisement of
this issue.    P. Peebles.
Pee tho n iw Camp and Veranda
Furniture at Fales. Agnes street. *'
A bunch of seventeen keys was
found on Front street recently and
is at the police station awaiting an
owner.
A lot on Fi.st street is surely a desirable tl ing to have.   See 8. Fader. *
Remember, Sinclair is giving 20 pet-
cent ait-count on all Tan Footwear. *���
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Hart and family
left yesterday for their country residence, where they will spend the summer months.
For spring plants or cut flowers,
phone Davies' Greenhouse. R2U8.      ������
For Bamboo Shades see Fales. **
Tlie run of spring salmon has not
started yet and the local flsh dealers
are finding it difficult to supply the
demand for fish of any kind.
Considerable attention is at present
being paid to First street property. S.
Fader has a good proposition on the
market. **
That the city of Vancouver covers
deposits of coal, seems to be the
opinion of Alexander Blakley, an engineer of Golden, B. C, and Reuben
Gable, ot the same place. In the
mining recorder's office yesterday
these men applied for permission to
prospect for coal and petroleum in
the heart of the city of Vancouver.
The locality staked out by Blakley
commences on the west side of Birch
street, about one hundred feet north
of its intersection witli Sixth avenue,
from thence south eighty cliains, east
eighty chains, north eighty chains and
west eighty chairs to the point of
commencement Tlie other man has
applied for a block of the same size
adjacent to it. The application will
be heard in  sixty days.
Spring is here���how about those
plants for tiie garden? Tidy, the
Florist, can suit you to a T in anything in that line. *��
For Geraniums, Dahlias and all
kinds of Spring Bedding Plants phone
Davis' Greenhouse.  R  208. **
For a pleasant cool drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. *���
Hale Bros. & Kennedy, Ltd., hs v-
ing sold out to Robert Kennedy, Hale
Bros. H. Co., Ltd. will continue business on their own account. Office
located   at   823   Twelfth   stieet   until
A. L. BOUCK,
610    Columbia    St.
Principal.
The   Altar  society   of  St.   Patrick's
i pro-cathedral will  hold an ice  cream
and strawberry social at the residence
of Mrs. Shadwell, 412 Sixth street, on
| Friday.     In   the  evening  progressive
euchre  parties  will   be  organized.
All Ready for Ball Game,
The Ba'morals and the Maple Leafs,
who are to clash in a baseball game
at Queens park this afternoon, are
conldeni of victory, individually and
collectively, each team having about
an equal amount of "hunch" that its
percentage has as good as already-
received the hoist in the percentage
column. The Bals will be out with
a strong nine, nnd in addition will
have a couple of reliables on thp
bench ready to assume active duty
at a moment's notice. As usual, tha
Leafs are keeping their prospecute
lineup to themselves.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcaes for Ladies from |12.75
op.
Silver Waiches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Sliver Vatches, gents' op.n case
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Klgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
lhe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite  B. C.  E.  R.  Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
Awnings���All
street.
kinds at Fales, Agnes
*��
TROPHIES  HUNG  UP.
We have a number of fine resi-
1 dences for sale on easy terms. Come
in and see me.   S. Fader. **
Inspector Pengally. of the S. P. C. A.,
! has laid an information against F.
Cameron for cruelty to his horse. The
animal had a sore neck caused by a
: defective collar. The case will be
| heard in tlie police court this tnorn-
1 ing.
Twenty per cent means a saving of
$1   on   a   $5  shoe.     You  get  this  at
, Sinclair's, tiie Shoe Man.
Phone L-528 for all kinds of
ing.    J. H. Haggard.
team-
M
Tiie executive of the Westminster
Gun club has decided to hold evening
shoots, commencing af six o'clock- .on
'he following dates: June 22, July 6,
July 20, August Iti. August 24, September 7. September :;1. A number
of the younger members of the club
are showing good form, and it is expected that before the end of the season the older men will have to look
to their laurels. The new trap has
been placed in position and tested
by President Alex. Turnbull. who has
certified that it is in nronpr wmkintr
order. Singles of doubles can be
thrown from this trap.   ���
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT  SERVICE
GIVE   US    A   TR IAL
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
SPECIAL
In St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal
church on Sunday evening tiie choir
will render an anthem, "Seek Ye the
Lord." the solo pa.t of wliich will be
taken by MIsa Watson A solo will
also be rendered by Mrs. G. Godfrey,
"I Arn a Pilgrim," by  Marston.
The Bohemian Cafe will in futuie
be open all night. Special arrangements for private parties. **
Until further notice the Bank of
Montreal. Ne* Westminster, wiil be
open for business Saturday evenines
from 7 to Ci o'clock. **
A meeting of the presbytery
of Westminster will be neld on Tuesday. June 21. for the purpose of considering tlie resignation of Rev. C.
McDermot, of Mission, who Is shortly
leaving for tiie east. Tlie question
of appointing a successor will also
come up for discussion.
A   :
This
nap in a new high grade
is  worth   investigating.
plane
J. H. TODD
Columbia  St.
$5 .hoes for $4. 14 shoes for
and $3 shoes for $2.iv. That is
Sinclair offers /ou this month.
$3.20
what
��� *
For a short time
Razor Strops worth
Fifty  Cents.   Can  sel
we
are  offering
One   Dollar  for
you spectacles
In the police court yesterday James
Hughes was sentenced to thirty days
for vagrancy; J. P. O'Reilly got a like
term for being drunk, and another
drunk was fined $2.50 and eosts. A.
(,'oopman. charged with failing to take
out a restaurant license, was ordere 1
to pay the license and the costs of
ilie court.
WANTED
Several teachers for tlie public
schools of this city. Applications
will be received until noon of the 22nd
inst.
ROBERT LENNIE,
Secretary.
N'ew Westminster, June 8,  1910.
cheaper than ot tiers and no fit no pay.
We are agents for Kodaks and supplies Ai senate of Lead for Caterpillars.    Ask  for  quotations.
Spectacles 50 rents up
D. S. Curlis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
DRUGS-SPECTACLE-SEEO   GTORE
New Westminster, B. C. Phone 43, 71.
COME AND
SEE US
In Our New Quarters in the
DEANE BLOCK
Four
Doors   East   of
Montreal
1'ank   of
We Have Just Received a Fresh
Stock of Popham'B Chocolates
MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Columbia St.   New Westminster.
If you want something Choice for S-inday'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
MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
*****************************************���������������������������������
*> T
j  Some Special Snaps
X  THESE   WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
���
X ^ lots on Second street.    Excellent view.    Streets on three sides
��� of   this  property.    $350  each.   Terms.
Z 10   lots  extending  from   First   to   Second   street.    This  property
��� is especially  well  situated.    Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
X Price  $350  each.    Terms.     INVESTIGATE.
.     F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
White Shirt Waist Suits
$2.95 Each
Regular  $5.00  to  $10.00   values.    30 on
mostly  hist  year's  styles,  hence the low
Iin. dimity, lawn, duck and  linen;   in
white and colors.    All on sale Friday
lv of these attractive two-piece    wash   suits    and   die-
price  for  Friday  und   Saturday. They are made ol <���i    '
this  lot   are  a  lew   two-pUce   coat   suits   and   hou i
ind Saturday.   Each   '"
   *<;.9d
Children's Hosiery
All Desirable Kinds
Hosiery for boys und girls who give their Btocklng plenty of bard
wear Hosiery for the baby and little folk. A great variety ready-
note the  lines, a  partial  list  if what is to be found in our hosiery
Boy's'   Heavy    Ribbed    Cotton;  sizes 5 to 10-inch,    per  pair, 20, 25c.
Bov's   Extra   Heavy   Cotton;       Rock   Ribbed   and   Hercules;   si/es
8 to 10; per pair  ������  30 ��"���' 3>c
Boys  and  Girls'  Union  Cashmere;  all si/es;  per pair   d^>c
Girls'   Plain    Cotton    Hose    in   tan.   while   and   black;   sues   I   to
.1.,;   per  pair     15   '��   25c
"Girls'  Lace  Lisle;   si/es  :>'..   to   8%   In  tan,   White   nnd   black;   per
ir     25   to   35c
One  Lot Children's Lace Cotton;   si/es BV.    to T 'A  only;   black und
tan.     Regular   values   -���""'���    To  clear,   per   pair       15c
Children's Socks. Cotton and Cashmere, short and three-quarter
lengths; si/es 4 to 8*4 inches in black, cardinal, brown, sky  pink and
white lace or plain;  per pair      15  '"  35c
Fancy  Top   Socks;   dainty  little   white   cotton   socks   with   fancy
plaid tops;  per pair. 25c:  and brown with llghl tops; per pair ..35c
Girls' Extra Fine  Ribbed Cotton;   a  grade  stronger than   plain  cotton hose, ensuring better wear.   Black  tan and  wnlte;   sizes ;'.'���_.   '<>
10;  per pair   25 "' 35c
Newest Style? ,n
American One-Piece
Dresses
$5.00 to $10.00
Withoul   doubt   tin
the nlci  i v.
bave   reci I red   this
e are
��� .
Mi.
���
and   what   j     _,,,���
is the fad tl n
them   at   lowi ;
beretofore asl ���
personally   s. ,   .
Collister     from
Chicago  suit
wen-  seni   by tn
of express else i
would   have   beei
ihi-      They   will
every woman toi   i
sons.    Shown in  *
batiste,   percale
etc.,     and     colon
duck,   etc.     A:I   . . ���
40.    Each ... .$5.00 ���   $iqm
Odd Linen Pieces
$1.00 Each
A special sale of better linen pieces affording a splendid opportunity to  housekeepers in  search of dainty  linens at  little  cost.
We carry so many lines that we find at times a large number
of odd pieces on our hands. It is these odd pieces that are on sale.
Tray clothes, centre pieces, table covers, bureau covers, etc., m
plain hemstitched linen. Battenberg edge and embroidered linen. Regular values $125 to  .175.    On sale,   each     $100
Thirty Dozen
FINE
HANDKERCHIEFS
15c,   2  for  2Jc
Regular 25 I
A   handki rch 11
not    often    a
will   say   thesi
able values.   .-���
while   they   lasl     i       ���.
15c each;   2 tor 25c
Special Sale for Saturday
at '~'.-;
Todd's Music House
All   popular  '.'a  and   35c  music  for
Saturday only at  15c per copy.
Victor and Edison June records now
on sale.
MERCHANTS' BANK OF CANADA
Head Office    -    Montreal, Que.
Capital $6,000,000
Rest Funds  4,600,000
Total Assets (over)  66,000,000
New  Westminster. :
_i *.. - ���
ESTABLISHED   1864.
J
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This Bank has 145 Branches in Canada.
A General Banking Business
Transacted
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
We give Special Attention to Savings Bank Deposits
int
The Public
Supply Stores
WE ARE STILL
Selling Out
Our
Crockery
Bargain Prices
on all Odd Lines
$1.00 Starts an Acer-
l
1
1
Best rates of Interest paid.    No delay in Withdrawals.   Open Saturday Evenings from 7 to 9 oH ck
 this gives everybody, working men, merchants,
etc., an opportunity of cashing cheques or making
deposits.
New Westminster Branch,
H. C. Adams, Mgr.
Wine Glasses,
Cups and Saucers, and Sou
venir article
Cut Prices
;j a
at
Vr*wi.j-*v.*$*t*&w''*mJ' ���**?-������r~*
r
Thi
CHEERFUL CAFE
Is,  As You  May  Already   Know
The ROYAL CAFE
!""Y
The " ROYAL " is recognized as thc
place to go for good things to eat. There
is a cheerfulness and freedom from restraint
ahout our heautiful dining-room that places
guests at their ease at once. And thc service is prompt, the waiters are courteous,
and with delicious, well-cooked food, what
more   is desired ?     You Try  Us Today
- - MUSIC EVERY EVENING - -
THE ROYAL CAFE
PHONE   375    -    Dominion Trust Block, Main Floor
Now is the time
to acquire something in one of
these lines.

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