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 I Ocean Park
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
I WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Camping
"WHITE   ROCK," THE   PLACE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
,MB 5, NUMBER 98.
MOW WESTMINSTER, li. ('., FRIDAY MORNING, MAV 13, 1911
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IS AROUSED
�� QUESTION
Board Deprecates At-
tilttc of Parents of Way-
hoolboys.
Ia impe atlve that sudden
,,,, . | be taken to In-
Cl,ild i     h dwei .i  the  ages
. n to attend school
hcIusIou arrived al al last
0I  the school  board.
ivere made showing
ol the parents in the city
,i all their children to
i i school and tbe board
epa to bave the condition
���tary of the school  boat I
tunicate with the city coun-
regard and it Is proh ible
that'(���services of the poilce fores
wlll feW '��� ��������� " play. The Bch >ol
board ttrot   !
tltude of ti.e p.'1.' ������'     '   ,hi
and wilt ttL-.f '���'������..     ��� -"i: ������'���:���:���������:
the cbiMrei ' ���!
A commti      ���  "  v..i    ��� i ''"i"
the #|lp��rl' '-    '
formUit tl>' '   :   ,!l" '"''"
ture there  ������ - ���>��   '������;|; '��� ������''���
here lute     ��� 'i '��� ��� - >y.'<>.������"��� is
the  .fjWBlt       ' '        el,-e!j,  )i     i,I
,'estminster scliool   from   a
tiist class school, but will
(������:��� ' t  until after the present
e Berved oui their term.
Thorbur   reported   tbe
opening of a room In the
iary  at   the   first   of the
attendance was good and
the loom was a great help
���ng the stringency of accom-
STUDENTS DROWNED
WHILE OUT BOATING
One Boat Springs a Leak,
Other, Overloaded, Sinks.
E'gh'; Lives Lost.
Wllkesbarre, Pa., Maj 12.���Eighteen High school bI adents, Ix girls
and two boys, I., ii theii lives t idaj
while boating on what is known as
ti"- old  paper  mill  dam  al   Hunting-
BANK WILL ms OPtN
ON SATURDAY NIGHTS
Merchants   Bank   cf   Canada   to   Cater
to Convenience of Working Man���
Swell   Fixtures   Instaibd.
ton  mills, about   twenty   ml
this city.
The dead are:
elghtei 'i   years;
ixti ��� :i    J ears;
t Ighti i n  years;
sixteen    years;
below
aged
aged
aged
aged
the,
thei
ie James Loree reported that
: grading the grounds, sow
and   planting   trees   at    the
|<llvln  scliool   was  progressing
Drily.
ii the fifteen applications for
Itlon   of   assistant   janitor  of
. the choice fell  on  J.  H.
who was duly appointed,
lembers of the board, with
on of T. .1. Trapp, who is
were present at the meet-
tm
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by 1
sou
the
IHN   D.'S   PAPER  VEST.
wn, N. Y., May IJ.���.lohn D.
is  latest   tad  is  the   paper
several weeks past he has
tin.   one himself  whenever
li i\ ins or automobillng and
ept a considerable stock of
i<.  I      for   those   friends   and
who have accompanie 1 him.
ere or  more of homes  in
! east    possession    of    ii
paper  waistcoat   pres* tite.l
king  and  cherished  as  a
i ��� an April auto rid ��� about
anlco  Mills estate.
'S MEANEST WAN
3 IN SQUALID MISERY
t
py'-j
Worth  $25,000,   Prefer-
sl  Neglect to Spend
ing $1.50 per Day.
d
t
mon
and
atten
knowij
some
have
Pit
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tnkt*.
fiwed
Mav 12.���Roberl Legg, who
living  in  a  shack  at  1617,
ilwaj i treel for the past few
1 laboring around   the  city,
; home at two o'clock yes-
rnlng  aftei   a   number  ol
|ufterlng caused by freezing
'" obtain proper medical
Condition    has     been
""' ''">' health officials for
���. who have endeavored to
removed to one ol the hos-
���lui also the city police, but
g the est of i,is attendant
pnld be   .1.50  per  day.  he  re-
go and died as he lived   in
"ess. privation and filth.
all  that  is known    ���f    the
!"'���"  he is a miser and hoard-
money to such an extent that
,ed '" purchase food and give
1 the necessary  attention.  He
"  In  be  worth  about  $25,000,
* 'arge amount of his money
out on mortgages and a conic amount  in  the bank.    The
!1    Mil-own   firm,   of this   city,
acting  as  iiis    solicitors,
lias    been    removed    to
undertaking rooms, and bis
I',  who  Is   living    in    London,
munlcated with.
Maud Butllffe
Caroline  (ms,
tutli   Benbam,
Iris Davenport
Rachael   Thompson,
aged sixteen  years;   Ma lellne Go id
and Beventeen years; Roheri Mlnnlch,
aged elghti en years, and Ray Dodson
.lg( d  seventeen  years.
Twelve students of the Huntington
Heights Bchool secured two boats al
the noon hour and stalled for a row
on the dam. The dam is nearly hall
a mile wide and when the craft had
reached the centre of the body o!
water it was noticed that one of them
had sprung a leak.
The two boats were then pulled together by the young men in the party
and an effort was being made to transfer the gitls trom the leaky boat to
the safer craft. The last one of the
party had scarcely set foot in t lie-
boat when it began to sink owing to
the combined  weight of the party.
The girls were helpless to save
themselves and the hoys of the party.
witli the exception of Dodson, being
expert swimmers, struck out for the
shore, which till reached In safety.
.Mlnnlch. In the excitement, it is
pre sumed. thought all the young women had succeeded in reaching land.
He had no sooner gained the hank
than he noticed the girls hanging to
the rapidly sinking boat.
The boy dashed into the water and
swam swiftly back to the water filled
craft. Only one or the girls, iris Davenport was clinging to the boat, the
others having gone down for the last
time. Seizing her, Mlnnlch again
started for the shore, but the exertion
was too much for the gallant hid, and
the two went down when they were
within a stone's throw of the bank.
When the boat sprang a leak there
was no excitement among the members of the party, but as soon as the
second craft began to till with water
it appeared as though every member
became  terror  stricken.
The shrieks of the drowning girls
could ho plainly hoard on the hank
of the dam. but there was no one near
who could launch another boat and
go to their rescue. Three of those
who were drowned would have graduated this summer, young Mlnnlch,
tlie Misses Benfram and Good.
After grappling for less than two
hours all the bodies were recovered.
Not one of the parents of Hit
drowned boys and girls knew of the
accident until all the bodies had been
brought   to   shore.
REGINA VOTERS FAVOR
CITY-OPED STREET CARS
Taft   Dispels   Rumors.
hlngton,     May     12.���President
��night set at rest rumors that
|* confined to the White House by
*tened attack of pneumonia by
;   the   theatre   tonlglit   with
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Russia  Favors Peace.
Petersburg, May 12.���The
1 81��n government Is prepar-
*��� favorable reply to Secre-
Of State Knox' proposal
IJ1' }* permanent -court of arhi-
[ation through an extension of
the Jurisdiction of the inter-
I���"] prize court authorized
!HI' by The Hague Peace
pnference.
*********4******
Referendum Only Interests Small Section of Residents, Including Twenty-
Six   Opponents   of   Scheme.
Regina, May 12.���If the result of
voting on the referendum yesterday
is any Indication, there is very little
opposition to the building of municipally-owned stret t railways in Regina.
Out of a total voters' list of nearly
three thousand ratepayers, there were
only 436 votes polled, and of these
onlj twenty-six were opposed to the
building  Of  the  street  railway.
The referendum was taken on the
question: "Are you in favor of tbe
immediate construction of a street
railway as a municipal undertaking?"
From the vote it is apparent tbat of
the 400 odd people who took the trouble to vote, the majority is overwhelming!,  in favor of tlie street railway.
No Bids for Metro.
Xew York, May 12.���At tbe foreclosure sale of the Metropolitan Street
railway today no bids were received
for the property. The foreclosure pto-
ceedlngs will now go back to the
courts and Judge Lacombo will set
another date of sale.
FRENCH WARSHIPS COMING.
Three    French    Cruisers    Will    Visit
British Columbia Ports in July.
Seattle, Mav 12���Three cruisers of
the French navy will visit British Co
lumbia and Puget sound ports In July.
Thev are the armored cruiser Montcalm, of the Far Eastern squadron,
under Captain O. V. Cherrnns; the
armored cruiser Gloire. under (ap-
tain Jocbau DU Plesi, and the protected cruiser Admiral Aube. It is expected that a rear admiral will command the fleet.
The French consular agents at Vancouver has received instructions to
prepare for tlie visit of the fleet, and
tbe consular agent at Seattle has unofficial advices.
After ;t lapse of about two years
I his ' ii y is about to be favoi I once
again with an open hank on Saturday
��� t olngs, from se\ en to nine o't Iock,
ll. A. Adami, l ical manager of the
Merchants bank, ha\Ing dei Idi I I i
keep ids ti, ancb opi n for I he bi aefi
ol the masses. People with savings
bank accounts, many of whom find It
i ,i\ enli nt to come d >w o town during tilt, week, and men who wish to
i om i'it their pay cheques Into coin of
;I i rei Im, will find th ��� Innovation a
convenience,
'i lie local bank wei e open on Satin day (\ening foi some months
Bhortly after the Royal bank established a branch In this city, but the
extra labor this entailed on the clerical staffs proved a deterrent to the
continuation of the scheme and an
arrangement was arrived at whereby
all the hanks closed for the week
at three o'clock on Saturdays. As
far as could lie learned yesterday, the
Merchants will be the only hank to
open in the evening.
The ollice of the Merchants bank,
at the corner of Columbia and Begbie streets, has heen furnished by
Hie Canadian Ollice and Scliool Furniture company, of Preston, Ont., the
furnishings having been installed under the supervision of Henry Dechert,
travelling representative of tlie firm.
Nothing thai taste could suggest or
money purchase seems to have been
omitted in the fitting up of the establishment. Tbe furniture is all quar- ]
ter oak cut with a dull wax finish.
The teller's cage is of burnt brass,
overhung with chandeliers, and orna-
mented w-lth five different monograms f
of the bank's initials. The floor is
covered with some sixty square yards
of rubber-cork carpet, supplied by the
Tarty-Davis company. The electrical
fixtures were installed by Thomas
Mowbray, while the heating system
was put in hy James & McClughan
at a cost of $1,000.
The bank, which has been in its
present quarters about six weeks,
opened up here in October with a
staff of two, which has now been increased to five. The home of the institution was purchased for $:io,ooo.
and has since been remodelled, another story being added and fixed up
for offices.
TRAGEDIES ARE MANY
IN DISTRICT THIS YEAR
WATER PIPE fACTORY
WORKING f OIL BLAST
Violent Deaths, Mysterious Disappearances and  Suicides Are   Frequent
Happenings. Unsolved Mysteries.
BIG  SHOW  ON  WEDNESDAY.
"Prince of Tonight" Coming Next
Week With Strong Cast.
One of tlie strongest musical attractions that will be seen this year will
he at the Opera house on Wednesday
night. "The Prince of Tonight" is
the title, and it is beaded by Henry
Woodruff, the well known leading
man. Like its predecessors, "The
Time, The Place and The Girl."
"Honeymoon Trail" and "A Stubborn
Cinderella." it is under the management of Mort II. Singer and enjoyed
a run of over 200 nights at the Princess theatre, Chicago. Adams and
Hough have provided a bright, pleas-
ma oook, ami Joe Howard has writ-
ton some of his catchiest and prettiest
music. As this show takes Hired
hours to play the doors of the opera
house will open at seven o'clock and
in, curtain will rise at eight o'clock
sharp. No person will be shown to
their seats during the first act as
the noise always disturbs those who
have already  been  seated.
MAIL  SERVICE  TO  CANADA.
Important Developments to Follow
Advent of C. N. R. Boats.
London. May 12.���A Liverpool wire
says Important developments arc in
contemplation In connection with the
Canadian mall service. *The advent
on the Atlantic of the C. N. R. is lead-
Ing the movement for more frequent
sailings. The present i.'ca is i'< i
sailings should be so arranged that
there would be a regular mail oftener,
working up to a service twice a week,
Du much of the year as has
aire p d there have bi en fourteen lolent deaths iu the city ������������ id
disl ct. These are all cases of a single victim at a time and constitute
a  n      d here for any similar length
of tin i   e i ei I  where s i big aci I
di tn ins suiiit, i out the lives of several      a time.
'���"���    ' iv( ii cases in which the
actu i a ti e of death Is unknown and
one in whi :h, although death was
from all appearances the result of ac-
cldt nt, there la no absolute proof thai
such was the case. This was the
case of Edward Baxter, who was
fouii.l under a fallen tree In Burnaby
on May 2. He had evidently been
| unable to get clear of the tree he
was felling.
Thorllef Oddson disappeared on January 17 and his body was found a
montli or two later in the river.
On February 11 E. F. Darcy disappeared. His hat was found floating
in the river near the bridge, but no
other trace was found of him at the
time of the disappearance or since.
Colin Taylor disappcarad on the
night of March 6 and his body was
subsequently found floating in the
river.
On April 8 L. Swanson walked away
from his home at Pitt Meadows and
has not been seen or heard of since.
On April 19 a skeleton, which has
not heen Identified, was louud in the
bush in the city limits.
Sam Su Ho started on the night of
April 30, to walk to the pile driver
on Lulu island on which lie was working and in the morning his body was
found in the ditch atong side tlie
dyke. His neck had been broken by
a fall from the dyke.
On May 7 tlie body of H. Bunyon
was found in a slough near the Asylum farm.
Such an array of violent deaths and
disappearances, with no tangible proof
of the cause of any of them is prob-1
ably unparalleled in a civilized com-'
munity of this size. In till tiie cases
the circumstances point strongly to
accident and in none of them has
there been the least suspicion of foul
play.
In addition to this appaling list of
tuagBdles there are four cases of fatal
accident, to wliich there were witnesses and to wliich there is nothing in
the nature of mystery attached. On
January 8 Thomas Corrigan was
drowned at Port Moody and his body-
lias not been discovered. Ile was
with two ether men in a boat when it
was upset.    The others were saved.
On February 'J J. Webster was electrocuted by the breaking of a high
tension power wire at Barnet,
.lohn Legerwood, an employee of a
lumber mill at "Port Moody, was crushed to death on April  1.
On May o Harry Haliburton. a C.
P.It. brakeman. was run over by a
shunting freight car in the railway
\aids here, dying a few hours later.
I ring the same length of time two
���y . have taken their own lives. J. B.
...rgent committed suicide on February 10, and circumstances point to
the suicide of Hugh McDiarmid, whose
body was found in his shack In Burnaby on Monday.
One man, llanry Garner, came to
his death at the bauds of others at
Devil's Run on January 2S.
In addition to these Constable Lane
died from heart failure when arresting a man at Mission on April IS and
on March 7 John A. Purkiss was taken
suddenly 111 on Front street here, and
died a few minutes later In the doctor's office.
Over 200 Feet of Iron Pipe
�� Rivetted Together Daily-
Interesting Process.
Mae lonald Brottn rs' i Ivetted pipe
factory is working in full force now,
turning out over isoo feel of pipe every
day. As soon as the listing is done
some of the pipe will be shipped to
\\ estminster Juni Hon, from which
place it wlll be uauied ana distributed along tne route of the pipe line.
t be contracl for laying the pipe has
not been awarded yet, but ���,,., booh
as  it   is  the  wtiy'.i  will  be rushed.
Macdonald Brothers' works are es-
Bontlonally moueru. All the machines
used are operated by compressed air,
compressed on u,e premises t>y an
electric   motor.
It is interesting to watch the processes by wt,ich the small torcw of
twenty men or so are aide to convert
heavy sheets of steel into completed
lengths of waterproof pipe, all in the
space of half an hour.
The sheets of fiat steel, just as they
come from tlie rolling mills of Scotland, are taken in at the back door
and in a short time, as parts of a
completed steel pipe, thirty-two feet
long, are run out of the front door.
As the sheets come in they are
placed beneath heavy punches and a
double row of holes is punched along
their sides and a single row along
the ends.
From tho punches the sheets are
passed into a roller, which converts
the flat plate into a cylinder. Then
Hie edges of the cylinder aie rivetted
together. The rlvetters bear some
resemblance to an enormous horse
shoe. The cylinder is run on to one
of the prongs of this machine, a red
hot rivet is inserted in one of the
holes of the pipe and the ends of
the horse shoe come together with
tremendous pressure, flattening the
rivet and cementing the edges of the
pipe.
When several lengths have been
rivetted like this they are all rivetted together by another machine, making a pipe of any required length.
The pipes are then taken outside
the building, where they are caulked
by men with compressed air caulkers. The caulkers are pressed against
the joints of the pipe and vibrate at
an enormous speed, pressing in the
joints and making Hie pipe practically  waterproof.
The final process in the making of
the pipe is dipping it in a tar bath.
A derrick has been erected over a'
long tank of hot liquid tar and the
pipes are rolled in it and then hoisted
out to drip. They are finally piled
beside the railway track ready for
shipment.
The amount of work accomplished
may be judged from the fact that
there are over three hundred rivets
in each length of pipe, and when th >
plant is running at full capacity and
turning out 300 feet of pipe per day
there will be over 4.000 rivets driven
every day. All this is done by two
compressed air rlvetters.
tVHOON SWEEPS
3
m sea of i m
���j
Mam
j >es Lost When Passenger Steamer Founders
��� Damage Immense.
Kobe, Japan, May 12.���A great tj-
phoon swept the waters of the inlaid
Bea and the entire Kobe district toda.T_
Official reports here Indicate that a
In avy loss of life has bi en sustained.
One Bt< amer carrying fifty passes'
gets and a large crew, foundered in
the storm, and all were lost, accortf-
in ! to unconfirmed reports. Tho ves-
sel was hound from Osaka to Nagoya.
The reports say that shipping suffered hoavily and that the damage
along the coast will run into aa
Immense sum.
TALL  TIMBER  FOR   EDITOR:
CHURCH   HANDLES   PAPER1
Dallas,   Ore..   May   12.���The   Poll.
I County   Itemizer,  of   this   place,   win
inaugurate   next   week   a  novelty  in
newspaperdom   by   turning   over   thi
; management of the paper and job of-
I flee to the .Methodist church.
A percentage of the receipts Tot
the week will be devoted to church
I use. The management will he in Hit
j hands of Rev. M. E. Spahr, the locaR
pastor. Judge Stouffer will superintend the editorial and local pages.
Church members will be reporters anl
advertising solicitors and do special
work, and Editor Fiske ^ill take s
week's outing in the woods.
NEW  THEORIES  ON COMET.
WARRANT IS ISSUED FOR
FRASER MILLS OFFICIAL
Assistant  Postmaster Accused  of  Ap-
'   propriating   Money  Turned  Over to
Him for Savings Bank Deposit.
CITY OF DESTINY IS
SHAKEN BY EXPLOSION
Bluejackets Reported Killed.
Berlin, May \2.���A B] ecial despatch
from Wilhelmshaven reports that five
bluejackets were killed and several
severely wounded by an explosion today when the mine laying division
was manoeuvring off the coast. Th te
is no confirmation of this report.
WORLD'S BIRD MEN TO
MEET ON LONO ISLAND
Car   of   Dynamite  Jumps   the   Track
Twelve Miles from City Limits-
Two   Men   Killed.
Tacoma, May 12.���A terrific explosion occurring shortly before o..e
o'clock at the Dupont Powder works,
twelve miles out of tbe city limits.
thoroughly shook the city and startled
the residents.
Poilce and other officials are hastening to .the scene of the explosion ln
automobiles.
The explosion was caused by a car
of dynamite jumping the track. Two
men were killed.
Tbat thousands of pounds of ox-
plosives were discharged is certain.
J. T. Majors, a resident of Wright's
Park, in tbe center of Oie city, says
he thought an earthquake had visited
this section. His residence was
shaken  but no damage  done.
This is the second explosion within
the past thirty days, when an explosion at the mixing house of the same
plant  resulted  in  two deaths.
First   International   Aviation   Gathering in America to Take Place Just
Outside New York City.
A  warrant has been issued for the
I arrest of W.  L. A. Robertson, up to
, a few weeks ago assistant postmaster
Iat Fraser Mills.   Robertson is charged
with theft.    It is stated that on April
i 10 he took some money from B. Jobok,
! who meant it for the post office savings bank.   There is no hank in connection with tbe postofflce at the mills
and It Is alleged that the money was
never turned in.
j Robertson Is about twenty-five years
I of age. Ue was popular out at the
iniiii as he was a good singer and
I could play the organ and the piano.
He sometimes played the organ in
tbe  Methodist  church.
Camille Flammarion Thinks Its TaW
Is Optical Illusion.
Paris, May 12.���Astronomers ia
France are making observations ou
Halley's comet and are attracting the
greatest interest. Maurice Hany, of
the Paris observatory, reports that
the length of the tail has increases
from flve to ten degrees in three days.
Professor Deslandres, of the" University of Dijon, finds a reappearance la
tlie spectroscope of cyanogen, the poisonous gas which was observed m
January and February, but which disappeared in March. In his report he
says that the hypothesis that the gas
ls liable to affect the terrestrial atmosphere would not be at all absurl.
On the other hand, Camille Flammarion thinks that the tail of the
comet is simply an optical phenomenon produced by the flight through
ether, similar to the wake of a ship
at sea.
M. Marchand maintains that the
comet shows important variations
from its predicted orbit, which presages   unexpected   surprises.
FOUR FORMS UNDERLIE
EVERYTHING IN WORLD
California  Scientist  Believes  He Hat
Discovered One of Nature's Long
Hidden Secrets.
New York, May 12.���America's first
international aviation meet for tlie
championship of tbe world will be
held on Long Island. The last international meet, at which Glenn H. Curtiss, of Hammondsport, N. Y., won the
Cordon Bennett trophy, was held last
year at Rhelms, France.
St. Louis, Indianapolis, Los Angeles,
Seattle , Washington und Baltimore
have all been bidders for the contest,
but tbe Aero Club of America selected
New York because lt believes the
transportation lines here are better
equipped to handle large crowds and
because foreign aviators are not inclined to undertake the expense of a
long land trip after crossing the ocean.
Tbe exact site for the course has
not been definitely located *"* "HI
be somewhere near Hempstead Plains,
Long Island, just, outslue tne limL.
of New York city.
Will Postpone Balll Games.
New York, May 12.���Out of respect
to the memory of the late King Edward and his people all Eastern
league baseball games scheduled for
Friday. May 20, the day of the king's
funeral, have been called off. Games
'���cbeduled for May 20 will be played
instead as double headers on May 21.
Los Angeles, May 12���Philip W. T���
R. Thomson has set scientific circles
here agog by claiming to have discovered the fundamental forms upon
which the entire physical world is
reared. He asserts that chemistry.
tbe vegetable and mineral realms, and
mathematics in all its stages have
their basis in certain fixed and unvarying forms, which are only foer
in number.
Explaining his new science, which
j lie terms stereometric, before a bodj
Of Southern California educators yesterday and today, Mr. Thomson declared that with the four units which
he illustrated with wood models, he
produce any geometric shape now
known and many never dreamed ot
There was no limit to the minuteness
or to the colossal proportions of the
creations built of these forms. Combined in octaves or ln series of seven,
he said, they interpreted nature im
its flne variety from the tiniest molecule to the mightiest sun.
Mr. Thomson said there was n��
form of crystal, snowflake, or anr
geometrical conception which lie
could not produce with a corabinatio��
of two or more of his four units*
Scientific men who witnessed his
demonstration admitted that he ha*
achieved prodigious mechanical feat*.
With his block models he constructed
a wonderful variety of designs, including the spiral forms appearing ��n
vegetation.
POPULARITY  OF AUTOS
DRIVES FIRM TO THE WALL
Boston. May 12.���To the popularity
of automobiles is reported the failure
of Fred F. French & Co., Ltd., dealers In carriages and sleighs, who made
j an assignment today. The bouse was
established in 1851. Of late th- demand for carriageB has rapidly diminished.     No   financial   statement   has
.been Issued.
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Magistrate Corbould Resigns.
The appointment of H. L. Edmonds as police magistrate for
the cit>- will probably be permanent, Instead of only temporary, as at flrst supposed.
Word was received from Victoria yesterday that Magistrate
G. E. Corboull bad resigned
and that H. L. Edmonds had
been appointed in his stead.
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,   MAY
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
WANTED���X    PLANER    MAN l'Oii
saw leiil. -On who can sharpen his
ou', knives and set up machine.
\\-}.',y   l\   It.   Hall.  Chilliwack.   BIG.
WANTED���A THIKD CLASS ENGI-
mm lor sawmill, rnmarried mall
preferred. Apply D. B. Hall. Chilliwack,  1 . C.
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I.  i-'oi;  GENERAL
plajn  cooling.  Ap-
FORTUNE   IN   FIGHT FOR   DOG.
WANTED-  A   till
hpu&ewfirk  and
ply  |l23| 'J bird   avenue
FOR   SALE.
POU   SALE���GOOD   VIEW   LOI'   ON
Seventh ayenue; 66 x 148; between
'Twelfth    street   and    eut-olT.      Price
$1,000, easy  terms, owner, Box 27,
Collingwood East
FOR    SALE���
Launch,   9
[tfng.    Appi;
I lai ',<.'.   853
\    GASOLINE   CABIN
���2    loot    he,till,    35    feel
for   particulars   to  tl.
Kamage   streel,   City.
FOR SALE OR RENT���-Modern furri-
Ished, six roomed lious' . close to
car.   Apply, 12-1   Sixtli street, Citj.
N.  Mac-
1!.' ('.
FOR SALE���SURREY; TEN ACRES,
S. IJ. Ll. northwest 1-1 section 11',
township 2. Price $260 per acre;
1-',: cash; balance (i, 12 and is
iuouths. Address N. Bt, News Office.
FOR    SALE���GOOD    WORK    TKAM
(2.sen lbs.). Sound.   Also wagon an.l
harness   mow).    Apply   A
Lay.   Burnaby  Lake   |\   O.,
FOR SAL!-: ��� MAGOON STRAW-
Herey runners. Specially grown
from young plants. F-our dollars
per'thousand. L. Claude Hill. BUr-
naby  Lake, P. O.     "
FOR SALE ��� SPEED LAUNCH
"Vite." MM feet long, 4 let t 6 inches
beam; fully equipped with Hi H. P.
���four-cylinder ��� "Cowie" engine, together with dynamo. In first olass
working order. Speed 14 miles per
hour., To,,be seen at opt- dpeks,
Front street. The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
"  B ' ! i
ROOMS  TO   RENT.
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
for exue or two ladies, close to car.
tilu. Hamilton street, city.
Litigation   Over  the   Memorial   Statue I
Taken   Down  in   Battersea.
London.   May   !::.��� Baitirsea's- "Ljt-j
tie Brown Dog" is to have a rost.   It
is til present reposing in a peaceful Be-1
elusion   in   the  works department   ofl
the Boiougii council and ia not. tu be j
disturbed  until  its rate is settled by
the chancers  coun.    Miss Woodward,
the  donor   of   tlio   memorial,   in   thei
course of an  inten lew, said:
"it   la uncertain  when llie case'wiU '
be heafd. but it. isjiin|iei|iaie(l Usd  It
w ill nol come on until well Into I he i
summer.     -The    International    Antl-I
Yi.-eeiiMii   council,   who.  with   myself,
are   plaintiffs   in   the   ease,    >will    he
re] resented   by  a  K.  C,  and  whichever  way  the  verdict   goes,  It   is  possible  that   there   may   be  an   appeal.
It   is  hard toi say  what, the  litigation
will cost, but some people think il will
run into many thousands of pounds."
Of course, the chief objection to the |
memorial from  the  medical  students'
inl of view lias been what they
term "the insulting wording of the Inscription.'1
"Whatever happens, and whatever
will he the future site of the memorial," Said Miss Woodward', "any
BUggebttbn as to tlie removal of lhe
in eription 'will not he entertained."
Apiopos of Hat leise.i's "Little
Hrown Dog." the. report of 109 of tlie
committee of the Battersea Homo for
Last and Starving Dogs has jusi in ea
Issued, It slates that the register of
the home shows that the total number
of dogs received at BatteVsea, was 24,-
'800. Of these 23,861 were received
from private persons to he destroyed
in th" lethal chambers', 1,454 were restored to their owners,    while    2,504
.found new homes tit a moderate price;
The report also states that six horses
and two motor vans are used for the
daily collection of stray dogs.
Good Opportunities
BRENING & COMPANY
General  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES  ONLY.
We Can  Deliver the  Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldg
Corner  Columbia  arid   Begbio Streets.
New Westminstur B. C.���Phone 63b.
I Office
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Northern   Crown   Bank
Ground Floor.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit
Bldg.
every
Om
Free   auto   ride   to   Burnaby
;d^y at 10 a. m. and 2 p. m.
We have the exclusive sale of some
fob Long lo'choice building lets in Burnaby. They
are within two blocks of car line and
,        _,  the  View  is  unsurpassed.
Properties  in��� / The  prices are  within the  reach  ot
NI'TW   WESTMINSTER.   BURNA-  all,   1-3 cash and $10 per
BY,    SAPEERTON,    LULU    ISL-1 -
AND, SURREY, LANGLEY, CH
19'0.
DOES MEDICAL TRUST   "ANYfiR-o�� ^ v(^-
���Ollawa.  May   ._      |
FATHER LEGISLATION ? ^ -v" v
I hi iii-..   *��� miHliageH  were'dlssoitfd t".
Excluslvd Properties
Advertise.
The National Department oi"
Health Said to be Conceived by Medical Society.
sion   jilsl   closed,   as   to
.tamer.   II.   l?OBtei
ter,   Winnipeg;   i;,,,
hum   .Mai ia 'licit   ri
Kmily    Mi   Nicull,   i
coil.  Toronto.; .< ' ��� ���
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month.
LI W ACK. SI'MAS. YANCOL'VHit.
NORTH  AND  SOUTH  VA.V
eorvi'it.
CITY���A laretj lot on Fifth street,
,���,;,,- sixth avenue, almost cleared.
prlC(j jjioO, $100 cash, balance *,--���
per mouth.	
Write  or
Come  and   See
ticillars.
I's   for   Tar
BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
We Can  Deliver the  Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldg.
Corner  Columbia ancl   Bjgbie  Streets
New Westminster B, C.���Phone 68b.
LULU ISLAND���Wc have some fine
buys for parties who wish a tew
acres of good garden land.
SNAP���Three acres of fine garden
and   liuit    laud   near   Ham   line;    a
enrner.    Price $350 per acre, e
tei His.
asy
LANGLEY���SO   acres,   the   N.
g,   13,   ',   6f  See.   10,  Tp.   I"-
$35  per  ana..   $1,000 ca<h.
$500 per yerir.
1/2   of
I'l ice
balance
KELLINGTON EROS.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie Streets.
Phone 680.
iCiTY���Lot  2 and  3  in   Blks.  6  and   7
s. B. '.' on seventh avenue.    Price
IG60 each;  easy  terms.
STRENUOUS   TIME.
Cleared lot, 66x14S,
$300   belOW   value
this.
St.  Andrew's;
Inquire   about
BURNABY���Two    ' 4   acre    lots
|    tram   line   and   store.      Price
each;   easy  terms.
near
$300
Lulu Island lots, in Lot 22, from $250
up. These are only aboul one-half
the juice others are asking.
BURNABY   SNAP ���  3   3-4   acres   in
I,   i>.   l.   136'.    Price   $2,o6q;   term?,
.L.imiii' cash,   balance   6,   12   and   IS
mouths.
Stuck to Tiller For Twenty-two Hours
in Open Sea.
Prince Rupert. May \2.���F.. Demcrs
has just returned froth a trip over to
the Queen Charlotte islands. He reported very bad weather on homeHvard
trip, striking a stiff southeaster, and
;heavy seas. Mr. Demers stuck by the
tiller for twenty-two hours. The small
gasoline launch Lydia was blown 100
miles out of her course, drifting away
up on the Alaska coast.
TO RENT ��� COMFORTABLY FUfinished bedroom. Apply 713 Trew
street,  city.
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Real Estate I
Cloverdale���40 acres: good house; big
barn;   10  acres  cleared   and   culii-1
vated.      Cornering    on.   two    main I
roads.three quarters of a. mile from
tram.    $1��5 per acre for a few day
LANGLEY--160 acres. S. W. ' ., of Sec.
16,   Tp.   HI.   2,(5 100   feel    of   good
lir. No timber lease. A number of
small mills in the vicinity. Price
$45 per acre; 1-3 cash, balance 1
and 2 years.
Are. you looking for a farm? Yhen
we can show you two money makers iu the Delta. These can he
bought on easy terms and aro suitable,  for  subdivision.
SURREY���Best   buy   in   Surrey..   .160
i   acres one mile  ft oui  triiin  line antl
���   Great   Northern   Ky.     Price   $57.50
per acre;  easy terms.
Lots
cash,
near   Orphanage;
balance ti, 13 and
$2,700;    >.
IS iponths.
8-Roomed house near Fourth avenue
and Third street; $2j20Q4 terms
over, 3 years.
FOR RENT.
FARM TO RENT���40 3-4 ACKK9 AT
Tynehead, 7 miles from New Westminster, fine 7-roomed house; good
orchard and barn; between 18 and
20 acres under cultivation, remainder grazing land. Get particulars
trom W. J.  Kerr. 614 Columbia St.
FOR    HIRH ��� AUTOMOBILE    FOR
hire by tlie hour, day or week. Apply to S. Fadsjr, Dean block, corner ���*
of Church and Columbia street. Telephone 713.
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LOST.
LOST ��� SILVER WATCH, SWISS
movement, No. 1527333, case No.
304529; 15 jewels. S. S. Cameron
-will pay a liberal reward to finder
vs.
Mortgages
Some  of  our  shrewd  clients
are beginning to feel that out-
on   returning
office.
same  to  Daily   News
LOST���On Columbia street between
Alexander and Sixth streets, silver
brooch 'trimmed with gold. Finder
return to the City Paint Shop, 37
Alexandra street, and receive reward.
LOST���THURSDAY NIGHT, CUFF
with Masonic bar cuff link. Finder
please return to News Office.
LABOR AGENTS.
-COAST LABOR AGENTS( mana-
ger G. J. Sykes), 63 Powell street,
Vancouver. Plione 3575. Prompt
attontioii given to all prders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
torite if unable to visit us.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Applications will be received by the
���nndersigned up to May 16, at 5 p. in.,
tor tbe position of City Treasurer.
,,    W, A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City ,Hall, April 26,. 1910.    ,
Ufy'lf ED BROTHERHOOD OF AMER-
ica No. 2 meets every Tuesday evening. Cunningham's hall, Sixth
.-street. Trustees, M. G. Fraser, D.
ilcNee and W. H- fraser, Vancouver, A. H. Tupper, authorized organizer for  New Westminster.
wade, Whealler,'McQuarrie &
mXrTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
buichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie^ tetreets'; Vancouver' cH-
flees, Williams btilldTng, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
' A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, 0- E.
Martin.
WITH MOHAWK YELLS.
side property is now nearly
as high as it is worth. They say
that the old stock exchange
axiom is good which says "Sell
when everyone wants them;
buy when no one wants them."
They have figured out that they
have done pretty well by real
estate and are now buying
mortgages. They sky that seven
to eight per cent. Is good for
such high class, gilt edged security���in fact there is no security better than a mortgage
on improved real estate which
has withstood all the scrutiny
given morgages wliich passes
through our hands. They feel
that with sOch mortgages
they can sleep pretty comfortably���no anxiety as to a possible drop in value.
If real estate has done well
for you, or if you are for any
reason looking for the greatest security in investment, it
will'pay you to see us and
talk over the matter. Our
knowledge Is at your disposal
without charge. Years of experience and study of financial
matters of all kinds ;fit us. to
speak, with some degree of authority.
Indian   Entertained  a   German  Scientific Association.
Berlin, Mayil2.���OtjetJatfkha Brant
S5ero, a full-blooded Mo'iawk, lectured
yesterday  with great  success    before
thei Royal  Saxon    Geographical    So-'
(K'U'ty at Dresden on "Tlte History and
Character of the Mohawk Tribe."    Me |
���spOke partly in English and partly in i
German.    Mr. Sero welcomed his au-1
dienco, which Included  some ipromin-
end' scientists, with a number of Mo-|
. ...\\,]r veils,    it is said to have been
?tliO first time a real American Indian
ever a'.dressed a European scientific
body.
Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd.
T.   R.   PEARSON,
Manager  N.  W.  Branch.
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Two lots close to Queen's park; splendid view; high and dry. Price
$1,750 for Hie two; terms, Emjuire
about this,
^CEtJLINGTO
Comer Columbia and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
COQUITLAM���Have a buyer for acreage anywhere admit: the Canadian
Pacific   railway   beginning   at   Sec.
,   23 to Sec. 8,
SURREY���10 acres on Scott road; $80
per acre. We can take you to this
property in L'O minutes in our machine. The owners of Hie 10-
acre blocks on either side are asking $3,000 for their blocks, therefore we quote this as a snap at this
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Tenders for Power House Equipment.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and marked on the
envelope "Tender for Power House
Equipment," will be received at the
office of the Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway, at Ottawa,
Out., until 11' o'clock noon of the -5th
day of May, l'liiu, for the equipment,
necessary for power house in connection with the shops east of Winnipeg,
including water tube boilers, mechanical stokers, feed water heaters, engines, generators, air compressors,
pumps.
Plans and specifications may be seen
in the otlice of the Chief Engineer of
the Commissioners, Mr. Gordon Grant,
tit Ottawa, and in the ofiice of the District Engineer of the Commissioners
at St. Boniface, Manitoba.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed form supplied by
the Commissioners, which may be had
ou application to the Chief Engineer
at. Ottawa, or to the District Engineer
at St. Boniface, Man.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender,
and witnessed, and be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
Bank of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the order of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway,
for a sum equal to ten per cent
(10 p.c.) of the amount of the tender,
Any person whose tender is accepted shall within ten days after the acceptance thereof sign tho contract,
specifications, and other documents required to be signed, and In any case
of refusal or failure on the part of
the party whose tender Is accepted to
complete and execute the contract
with the Commissioners, tho .aid
cheque shall bo forfeited to tho Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure, and all contract rights acquired by the acceptance of the tender shall he forfeited.
The chetfuos deposited by parties
whose tenders are accepted will bo
'deposited to the credit Of the Receiver
General of Canada, as Security for the
due and faithful performance of the
contract according to its terms.
The cheque deposited by parties
whose tenders are rejected will bo
returned within ten days after, the
signing of the contract.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
, Secretary.
���The Commissioners of tbe
i Transcontinental Ralhyay.
bated at Ottawa, April 27, 1010.
Newspapers -insertlni. this advertisement without authority from the
Commissioners will not bo paid for lt.
CALL ON GUSHING TO
FORM A GOVERNMENT
price;   '
months.
cash,   balance   6   and   I?
WILSON,  COOK  <t  CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg
Ground Floor. ,
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
Washington, May i-.-Js tlte Am r-
lean ivie.iieal association a tiu.i: Is
that trust attempting to i eize the administration of all Health matti
iliioiit'iii the pfopoi ed di i aj tnu nt of
health now i>> fore Congi-i ss'.' i
tendency toward u >���. utruilzatloa ol
ail health uiattei b al Washington and
in the hands ol  one i chool oi. mt Jl-
cine, u lso'.' Should the Itfe li.i me t. ..de
of ilie nation he coulrolle i by oae
Bchi ol ol prescription ��rltei s? Should
all men of ether schools be forced
io labor under the handicap ol a cen
tiali/e.l. ii.it lonal aUl hoi ll j'.' Th< g
aie i he questions now raised in * \
i  i j   all  thai   end.,   ol    melt.' ii
QUI   it!,'    I he   don,in.line     |        i|   a
Hon bj   i 0 men at lfu
The tuiori i created b; Hie b
Seiiaior Rebel i I. (>.���, <���,-. 9, blch | l
puses n .lepui i im at ol i ealth. t ndi i
the guidance of the Ann i lean Medii il
assoeiailon li V)a progri Ing smoolh-
Ij until outsiders bi gun to grow suspicious and ask li.-i more light, At
about this time Charles W. Milles, of
leu a.    WOke    Up.      I le    is   pill 1.. I.el    i I
a newspaper in Wuverly and a member of the Iowa State legislature [n
thai body he has made a specialty of
fighting ��hai he lei w*e i he "4< ��� >] i
trust." He knows all aboul It. He
; lias written a book aboul It. So i f-
fective has been his campaign that
be has entirely won ou\ over the or
Ltalli/.atiim    Iti    Inwa,   uheie,    he    :a}s.
,| 'no  man  with  the  . toiuaehaehe  and
$L'li0 was sate o\ej- nijlit.'as he Would
be seized and operated up6ri." Mr. Miller Is mixing merrily in the flght and
enlisting recruits every day. ito said
today:
"It is the worst thin, in tlie way of
a ptdd brick that was ever hahded lo
a legislative body, 1 have been watching the thing from Its Inception, and
the manner in which it h.as been pusli-
cd along hy stealth and in tin .1 en
Deny it as much as Its sponsors may.
���1 do not think there is a mertibe. of
j Congress who can divest himself of
I the suspicion that there Is nobody
'sincerely behind the bill except the
organization doctor*. T'essilil, I should
omit the college professors, especially
1 those institutions which have medical
! departments Yet their Interest Is in
supplying now material for the ranks
of the medical profession A Health
department would furnish great opportunity for placing th.-lr graduitos.
PITY  POOR  WINNIPEG.
from  It.  lv ���'!'. [Prllij   ���
.na  Fleming, doni  I
Ing,   Moose   Jaw;   I
f.Om   .Maty T. Scott.
Reed,    frytil     Jo  1 ti
Ah v    A.   Mart le Inn
Bai 1 helmes,      Toronto
W.
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ioro
Brlttonshaw, from  i:
lonslui'.v, Hew man \ 1
Diinki,'. rrom John i
Kaloim; Tied .1. '.I, \
.\. M.v Viihtii . Wll
.Maxwell, from Rob
Port Arthur; Clara i.
Clarence Lorne lb
Bernard Shea, lean i
ronto; Edna De Mar,
De Mar. Toronto J
Ida II. Green, Kfi
Brown'rtflge, from
Tialaleal.    Ont.';       Al'cl
froi t Ju he i.   i
l.illie   from   1.
', , I     '   I 11      : ���
Canada,
tl,  t   ur< ������ tl
Indicated as fol  ���������
,   1902, tout
sevi n.   1906, ten;
Hai..  se\en; E908,
en n.
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YELLOW
LABOR  WILL
NOT   BE   1
:
350 MEN
RESIDING
UNDER
SINGLE   ROOF
She's so Prosperous That It Begins
to Hurt.
Winnipeg, May JJ.���Winnipeg Is suffering from the great's! famine in
building materials In the past six
years. Common brick has advanced
$1 a thousand, timher and dimension
lumber tire f2  higher than    a    week
Passiac,  N.J.,  May  1-.���There  is a
house  here in  which  3a0  meq make
their home, according to a discovery
made  by  a census enumerator.    The      _^^^_^^^^^_^^^_^^^_^^^_
enumerator,    who   speaks   elghl   dif-|ago. and  shingles are selling for al
most whatever dealers dare to ask.
Cement is still selling -.Lt 7f> cents a
barrel over last year's price, and the
supply Is very short. Good common
brick is practically cleaned out, and
till the local brick yards have disposed of their supplies. Contractors ate
estimating a holdup of at least three
weeks on  big jobs.
Ottawa. May  IL'.-
Pacific railway is
upon yellow labor on compi
mountain section dl
be '��� called thnt. aftei
line  last  summer, ti 1
pri    ed ti> eei ta;n 1
labor from the ' h lei i
sarv  on  that section*.
President   Hays,  �� I
intimated',   however,  rtiat I
. ill  not be followed
said,   "do   not   want   ���
we   do  not   propose  '    '    ���
them.    Without   It.    '
take  longer  to  enn.;  ���       I
1  believe tbat  the W<    ���  ��� ;��� nop.
be prf'pared to wai'     I -1 ������: d u��S|
would bp HM3 before the (Irscd 1)^
Pacific  Is  fully  compli ���'!"
NEW   PAGEANT  PLAY.
London. May 12.- "P   . ���.-." tl. j
now Infected the Brltl I '!;��!�����
N. Pai ml he fnvei to. ol -41
eant. Who 13 response ,��� | ,��� ':.tS
demlc of "dressing up" ' al :',-.fl
ln this country for t!ii fen %-m
has written a "pa.. 'iffl
Herbert Boorbohm Tree ������*'��� t -"IpM
(Lu e it at an early dab n ''-������nB
of Ills Majesty's theatn " i >l
Bumptuousness of s. ��� ��� ��� r. ������
tunie. The central ','.: ire "".v.'B
will be Sir Franfcjs Dral ������ _JJl
drama will unfold It iti .iw'-l
splentlhl spectacles ol ' **B
age.   niiich   like   the-  "'"
pageant���only   the   actot      r1l|B
profpsslnnally of high    st.itnlitt ������
not amateurs In hotne-made cdti^J
ferent binguages, bad to use most of
them in going through the house.
The house is occupied by a day
shift and a night shift. When tbe
day men are at work the night men
use the beds, and wlum fhe nlttht men
are busy, the day men'take-their turn
at sleeping. Forty-five men are said
to occupy throe rooms.
The local agency of tbi 0 "'���
writer Co., Is at   .46, Columbia!
three doors from the  1!. (   '��� :-1
station.     It   cost   you   n  thing j
this   machine  and  onlj
payment   to   get  one,  w!
with your test, save 17
i that  pays tbf balance.
Calgary, May 12,���-At a meeting of
the i Calgary Liberal executive held
here last night, th�� following lesolu-
tion was unanimously adopted; "Ite-
solved by the executive of tlie Calgary Liberal association that, in the
opinion of the enmn.lt.tee,- lion. W. H.
Gushing should be called upon to form
a government In this province.','   ,
Six Lots en bloc, situated
between 8th and 10th avenues
close to Cumberland street, on
the highest point in the city.
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Price $1650 for the bunch.
Only $600 cash required, balance easy.        .       .
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finance Co, Ltd
N. H. McQUARRlE. Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
PHONE 515       CURTIS BLOCK       657�� COLUMBIA 5T
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rRlDAY,   MAY  13,   1910.
'THE DAILY N'E^S.
PAGE THREE.     Z
Hnnerware
Fancy China
oiletware .
���llWONDERFUL RESULTS FilOM
.SCIENTIFIC USE OF MUSIC f
HELPED  LAY  ATLANTIC  CABLE.
Five Crates' Just
Opened and Placed
in
I
Stock
r.tifcnts Supposed to Be Incurable Arc
Restored to  Health by  Applica-
tion of Remarkable Treatment.
L-loiuir
Street���665
B.C.
London,    May   1-.��� The    wondi
results which  can  be obtained  from
the scientific use of music and rhythm
have been demonstrated al the Tiny
Tim _uil l���ii charitable institution In
road, where lneurable. child-
taken  after  hope  has    bi en
abandoned al  the hospitals,
one remarkable Instance wns a boy
��� 'til' six.  Whose  iL'.ht  ai iu  h;id  heen tot,
n ally   paralyzed
I   till'     UUI
I n al wo
I |   i ntefprt
'   "Tlte
the l it;,
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SPECIALS I
nnd    Second Hand   -Purnl-
���Mine   Bought  and   Sold
AB#nt'     fnr    B.iyn'--'.'    CaiTi.iqes
��� and  Capita'    Milk   Sepai.iters
* tMpnd Hand     Bicycles     from
��    '"''        $10   to   $25.00
I   I U
a    ir#EM'  il/M.    fiLF'Ah'tlNG
;.'(  fit ���' '
$ front Street
Phone 275 5
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-_    j_ X-L.1.  '   I   I      " T**
of Montreal
1 ESTABLISHED 1817.
following   ,'HI      attack
of acute Infantile paralysis, A drum
and his zeal foi bi atlng ii In time bo
as to become a profi na| d,i utnmer
when in- mow. ui��, lmve heen his salvation, What. Baggage attd eiecti loal
treatment alone could nol d
Btanl working al
accomplished, und
arm
Anothei
who
lyzed
lo, con-
bis drumming has
now the paralyzed
is almost as use:ul as the othei.
cai e was a child of three,
ua months ago was totally para-
In both legs, Her treatment
consisted ol "matching" to an Inspiriting tune played on the piano while
seated mi the edged of a low woodi II
chair.
Tlfe secret of the treatment," Miss
Hawthorne, the founder of the guild
explalne I, "is to make them build up
the Btrength of the paralyzed muscles
and Dei yea bj encouraging them to
u . Hair limbs in tne way each Individual lil.es hest. Thc music keeps
their interest up an.l prevents
becoming bor^ed and tired.   ,
Th" must inten .ting ease was a
Kirl of ten, "��� h'o three years ago was
refused admission to one of the great
London hospitals as being hopelessly
William Napper Probably Only Survivor of Noteworthy Expedition.
One of the survivors of the expedition, if, indeed, noi the only one, that
tlaid the llrst Successful Allanlic cable
in 1865, (rom Ireland to the coast of
Newfoundland, with his faintly has
be n Bpendlng several months In Sa
Antonio, William Napper.
Speaking ol' what was thought tit
the time an Impossibility and ol the!
ork in accomplishing'the great
'ise, Mr. Napper said:
Tlie .able we laid in 1865 was the
'first one to he successfully completed!
mi thai it would be operated, Theie ���
was a cable laid in 1850, but It did
not last, very lonu. Cyrus VV. li l.l
was the promoter of th- efUerptlse,
and   knowing   no  such   word   as   'I ill,'
he again became Interested In the
cable from Ireland to New found] nd,
which we laid in 1885- When w > started from Ireland we had 503 men
aboard. We took on 14,000 tons of
coal an.I tnoie than 2T000 miles ol"
caiile. Tl.e Great Eastern vitas the
' ship we used to do i be woi I; witty In
one place the water was so deep it reci tired  twenty-four miles of cable to
lay   loai   BUI lace miles.
"A paper was edited on boat d Mi ���
ship and bulletins Isi ued every tw in-
ly liiitiuti s were lacked <,n i be bl Idge.
The first message sent over the cable
i . perhaps known by most Americans
now.    ii  was:  "Qlory to tied in the
highi Bl; peace oi th and good wlll
to  men."
"When the Job was completed Cyrils
W. Field, who was with the party.
gave each one of the 503 men pn'e
month's pay extra."���San Antofilo Express1.
RELICS s
FROM PESHAWARI
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HORSE
SHOEING
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o Escorted in State to Rangoon
Where Daily Veneration is
Paid by Worshippers.
WOOD  WORK,
REPAIRING   OF
KINDS
- Done At-
AND
STRANGE   CARD   SHARPING.
their   Russian      Gambler    Aciopts      Unique
Scheme  to  Swindle.
Moscow,   May   12.���The   remarkable
trick   of  a   Moscow   card-sharper, who
for   thirty   years   past   has   played  loi
high  stakes in the 'chief clubs here.
made    a
%  that bis
on   being   broughl   to the Juts been revealed,    lie had
ier mother explained yester- full   confession.    Explalntn
Calcutta, May 12.���-Owing to the
enormous assembly at the Shwe Pag-
on Pagoda in liangooh, >u tiie arrival
of the Buddha n lie. from Peshawar,
the ti ujstei b found it Impracticable to
can oui their original intention of
io: Ing Mi. Marshall's history of the (
"i ������ . of the leTics in Bui me'se! Ac-
ci din e ei al thousand co] li a ol
Mi. Marshall's address weie dlstrttrut-
ed . cud. An e\liaoi iliuai y eiuwd
gatl re I al Ma'n.lalay for the arrival
of the relics, A special can lage had
been i<e erved on the train frofo Ran-
goon foi the di putatlon and the eas-
. I :
Although the Buddhist archbishop
bad nol decided as to tbe authenticity
of tlle tciiics. there was a' large number ol pi li bis present, besides the
Kemlyin qu^en, members pf the ex-
Royal family, ex-ministers, pagoda
tm ���������' b, and oiiieis jo r^ceiye anj
pay homage to the relics. On arrival
at the station tiirt c uuiis were fir .d. a
procession was formed, and went
along certain, prescribed; routes to the
Kemlyin queen's residency, knywn ss
Tower Hqjise, in the compound. of
which au ettiu.ee, ^2 iee\ Square, wil.,
a central spite Ijad been .eiectt-d for
the icnijiorary reception of th.e relics.
1'hi i e more Willis were fired when
thet were deposited there. At halting
Btages during the procession much
obel anee was made. The sprinkling
of roses and jasmines In'-prof-uiMon iiml
Without ceaSin. ������ as W .11 as the vast
number of white umbrellas, were, according to    Buddhist    lights,    great
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VICTOR  A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room   6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone  681
! Benson & McMenemy \
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At   Dick   Benson's   Old   Stand,
8th St., Next to Fashion Livery.
.���4��/��ib�� *��.��**** aa*****.*****
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625  Columbia  Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. C.
And   at   336   Hastings   St.,   W.
Vancouver, B. C.     Phone 3650
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
Estimates
of
Thomson   Blk.
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Given   on   Any
Job   Printing
Kind
Phone   338
Cloverdale
E.M. Carncross & Co
Real Estate
Insurance, Loads, Conveyancing
Notaries Public
Surrey Farm Lands a Specialty
I.oca,l Agents:
Cloverdale   Improvement   Co..,
Lid., and P. j. Hart tt Co., Ltd.
Cloverdale, II. C.     L. D. Phone.
E G
e
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chicken's  Lay.
li n.-loicd il
coherent.
.\. .14/10^,000.00
..   11,000,000.00
lerf Thsotlgnwit   ."Anftrta^'and
d ami, 'Utiij   In   Loudon,   Kng
.   Vork, Chicago and Spokane,
and Mexico City.    A general
Huslr.fss transacted. Let
, Crudit Issued, avail able with
i.'. lents   Ip    all   parts, of    th'
Bank Department���Deposits
in sums ot $1 ami upward,
rest allowed at 3 per,cent, per
(present rate).
Asset? over $168,000*000.00.
WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
O. D. imYMNKR. Mana. er.
InCUl aide
guild, so
(lav.  the right  leg and arm were al-  eyes -were weak, be  invaiialdy  wore quarks of veneration.
rrioat  useless,  while paralysis of cer- Idarh  spectacles in  the evening.    He ��� The local government consented1 to
tain of the fhroat and tongue muscles generally took pa*t in a game called 8>}a.ce a strong  guard to protect tlie
child's spi*i'h almost in- "bank," in which the eights and nines relies till they are removed to Arrakan
jof each  suit, ar* -the chief cards.    In pagoda for sale, custody.    As the Di-
Dull and menially deficient In many   his  waist coat, pocket   he kept  a pie- visional Commissioner di.
[ways, her interest  in  musical sounds   partition   of' phosphqrotfcV    and     by'Br    'he
|gave the clue to the treatment, .Siug-   touching tlifc b&cks.of tho cards whicn fcnough
Ing e.verris-ee. vepra devi<-t*d in which t >  lie wished til in.'irk tfp^ehcrered them ^withstanding   the   police*   a id     tm
pronounce 'the  vowels eorrectlV    the blightly luminous.    By  means of his
semi-paralyzed muscles had to bj^ used jda��.k   spectacles  he  recognized  them,
while a wooden clapper   nnd;. a    bell 'whereas nothing was apparent to the
to be Bounded  by lhe paralyzed  foot'other players.    After a fewr deals he
and  arm, respectively   completed   the jjwduld   play   with   absolute  fieri
tppuratus.     Alter  three   years'   treat- wld of course Avon"hit-go srt'mrf.
the little git
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth   St.  and   Fifth  Avenue.
PHONE  370.
r W. RICH,
i
i Teaming ancl  Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730  FOURTH  ST.
PHONE R527
temporary
against .fire
not <��onsid-
Ktructure    Safe
or  thieves,  not-
iiny
ment of this sort
a  ntiinal  lookit)
Bongs
icrslv
chlld.
now
fliild of ten. sings
pronouncing  the  words fault-
and skigs rnpe like at*/ healthy
SUFFERED -LONG.
���relics, according to ordersl, are locked
-Up at night in tin upper chamiber' in
"Kemlyin M.ilhaya's d Vf-sidenc,1. J. The
Jelics will be exposed .daily ��or vener-
fititm from six a.m. to six: pun. foi"one
<nont)h. after which- theywMH be keivt
-in Airakiin pagoda for sate custody
till siich time as >a suituJile shrine is
greeted.' . u <���
B.C Mills
Timber ajid Trading
Co.
\   Manufacturers' and Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH, SHINGLES,  SASH,   D0ORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED  WORK,  F1SH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
.eral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
HENLEY
WESTMINSTER,   B��� Q.
e 13. . Office. Eighth St.
ROYAU-^UfOG^APHS^ I
Museum     Receives ��� . Window     Pane
Scratched  by   Kings  and  Queens.
Copenhagen. S.lay l-.���J-'.ing Haakon, of Norway, has presented to the
Copenhagen Mu&etJra a patte ol glass
bearing a oollectloh of imperial and
roya) aytogrnpha.
The |iac,e w;as taken from the Danish foyal train and tlie series t f atito-
graphs were started by the Czar,
Alexander IITv. who scratched his
name on the window with his diamond
ring, llis evampjo vras, fi,d!,ew;ed by
the present Ciar, lhe late' King.Christian. King Edward, Queen Alexandra.
King Haakon, King Geoifto df Oteece
and Queen Victoria of SVrtiu.     ���
The present Czar's signature is
"Nicky." Ids ptt -name 'among the
royal family oi Denmark
(Martin Hussrfian, No Win Calgary Hos-'*
pital, WHLLose One Leg.       ,
J.aWi,y. Jday  .2.���Afcter Jieingjrtrk-- J
eiKsamity. mil��   in   a   Wagan, .wilh ���
Tj
BOYS' FLYING MACHINES.
Royhl City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone   12 i        ..New Westminste.
Box  13"
both   llis   le.s   broken,   Martin   Iluss-
inaVi.   a   rancher'  from   the   Hand   llfll
county, arrived at the Holy Cross hos
pital 'Wednesday   alght   suffeiing ter;
lilde  pain.
The unfortunate man received his
Injuries in a runaway accident last
Thursday and was attended tt> by a
doctor who occupies a tieighhoring
homestead. Later, however, he was
seen to he suffering so badly that it
was decided to bring him to Calgary tor
for treatment at the hospital.
���Prizes for Youg  Aviators  Offered
t the Montreal Witness.
Stirred by the intense Interest manifested in the great aUation meet���
the lirst in Canada���whi<ii it. is proposed to hold in Montreal early this
summer, the publishers of the Montreal Y��itness offer to all boys and
young men a chance to win prizes and
fame. Five prizes of $50, $25, $15, $10
and $5. respectively, will be awarded
Um, five.-best models of any of
heavier  than  air  types of flying
MiH^-^SyEsJUBw
km at TItnfierland
mting Yale road. $3500
.lahtnce  to- arrange.
ire at
[Im. O.PAULSEN
Timbe .land P, O.
���j  L   Jl    !,-~=t1
,OOD     FRIEND    ALWAYS
deposit your money for
'i The Hank of Toronto
you
Ply  v
Htl be safe while you leave
and ready when ypu,n'eed it,
and It wfli be      *
UTheTime
leregi
he
Tor you three per cent.
Small or large ���sum*
deposited at any tlmo.
80   BRANCHES
Ontario.
���APiTAL
Nst  I
Quebec
��� e
West.
and   the
���   I ��J    < -
..    ..$4,000,000
"*  ��
The physicians at the hospital found machines made by any boy in Can-
it necessary ty . amputate bis right ada, who is not over 21 years of age.
leg ai the thighranl althouufr It will Prices to double the value will be
be many weeks before he wih he <. it gi&n, if, in ..the estimation of the
of the hospital the physicians . are |'>W*e' the nufiber and duality of en-
confident of his ultimate recovery..       Aries merit iti    An  aviator of world-
The injured m;ui. wlio is about, r.u. wide  fame  will .be  incited  to Judge
vears of age, has'a  wife    and three' the models, which will be on exlnhi-
children   living   on   the   homestead.      tion  during  the  aviation   meet.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      For full particulars see    the    \\ lt>
 ; ,.    . .    ,  __=, n698 of, saiurciay.    May a?,   .or    the
Weekly Witness for Tuesday, May 10,
or write at once to the Kditor of the
Boys' Model Aeroplane Competition,
Witness, Montreal. All information
will be Cheerfully given.
Thousands of boys all over Canada
haye been planning to make.a model
'living fiiacbine, tind the offer of these
generous money prices will start them
to work with a rush. The time be-
tore the aviation: meet ls short, but
tliisjcon .petition ought to bejas popu-
, lar as it  is  novel and  timely.
Easterbrook Milling  Company*
Ekurse,   B.C.       I
FLOUR!       FLOUR!
IMPERIAL   ;$7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL. .$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL .5.25 pe.   Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-  :    ;
WH   *f\ ���     O   r       FLOUR AXD FE^D MERCHANTS '
McQuarrie & Lo. ��� ���������
FRO^T STREET- Nevy| Westminster. Telephone S33f.
ES
Travers
!Price $2,400;  small .casU payment,
$'2,500 tin easy  terme.
Ipcatlon.    Price   for   lease  and:
lot on Third avenue.   Price only
Vi-f.
4,750,000'
iankofloroRtp,
^EW   WESTMrNSTER,   6.   C.
BRANCH
J. Gracey. Mgr.
�� 7��roomed  hO.se. all  modern,
balance $20 per month.
groomed house close to car. Ptlce
Rooming house;  21 rooms;  gtKitl
contents, $1.2i'0; $300 cash.
Ill-room modern house on fill size
$3,800.    Kasv terms.
T-roomed modern bouse close'to   Columbia  street.     Price   $2,200;
$500 cash, baknice like rent.
Two 5-roomcd bouses close In. ..Price only $1,100 each:  on easy
terms. , *' ��� j
U-rootned house;   close in. Prioe $3,000 on easy terms.     '   J   \_
We have houses for sale in all,parts of the city and on very easy
terms    Consult us lf you want to buy a home.
Two lots on Twelfth street  Price only $900 for the two; 1-2 cash,
balance over two years. J
Two lou on-TwaJfta it feet car.llne.    Price only $850 each;   1-3
casli. Wft��Fet 6| 12 jm_  _ months.; ;  . r    '���
Two 'lots corner of Regina 1-slfe lot on Third ^vonue.   Price only
$"'(10. ��� 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 nkinths.
-' Two lots ou corner of Seventh, avenue and Fourth street.    Price
$1300; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months. \  -t\ -i
One  full-sized lot pp  Nanaimo street.   Price $650.
tots  i", and  14  near Windsor! street backing   on   Cunningham
street   ULUO Per lot; L-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 montiis.:    ,
Lot oh faiJUtfc IrV   IWe f.50 on terms.
jfgtfsttee't   close .to Twelfth street.   Price $1,300
South
i
�� Two lots on Edijihurgl
l>Vprkthe ttftf. ���
Wo bave also 5 and 10-adre
I .in.Lup,   Pec tis about tbem.
blocks in Surrey ranging from $125
,   Does a Strike Pay?
A few statistics relating to the recent disturbance in Philadelphia may
prove enlightening,    lt  is not necessary to enter Into a discusslon'-as to
the merits of the strike.    The losses
ttirough the strike are estiniutecf by a
local authority to be as follows- Wag. -
of strikers.  February  10  lo April 17
$11,200;  loss of wages on account of
sympathy   strike  $1,000,000;   loss  to
the'Street  ear  company,     .ftu-fouuu, l
loss to the emploverp on  acorn-n  '���' I
sympathy  strike  $1,000,00;     loss    to
tradesmen, commercial and otber iu- j
teresU, $8,000,000. t And these are nob j
the worst losses.    There were others i
more grev Ious because they were ir-.
reparable.    Dnr-liig tlie course of the j
strike twenty-eight persons were kill-;
ed and hundreds injured by tne coin-,
fany's cars.   In addition to these sev- |
eral persons -were killed1 in riots and
; scores, seriously wounded.   Does it pay
! to striked  Jhese figures ought to ans-
i wer that fluestidn.
i.   fa*������>���I���������1~
THE FAME OF CANADA.
Travers
REAL ESTATE
Walker Block, Next to Todd's Music  House
...���������������.. ���. ���  ���
AUCTIONEER   '
Phone 703
! Overwhelming,   Says   Australian   Bis-
J -ho^, Because of British Emigration,
i    London.  Mav  12���At a meeting -of
, the Colonial and Continental Church
'society. the'Pishofl of pippsland said
thaCwhlle he Was not jealous of Canada, he wanted to commend to Australia that the fam�� of Canada is now
overwhelming on account of the vast
I emigration from Britain.   Be deplored
the fact  that there had not been-a
| similar emigration to **_wiT__t ��� -.   _
'.'   Rev. fe. W. Stewart, Wtsslrfnfiry rrbrti
TTngava, said that after the advent of
kh. >iyiter mi*   i?to  tbe   domain   of
the red man drink and llceptio^sness
invariably, followed. Jle urged the necessity for  work  by  tho  society  for
safeguarding ,<he health  and  morals
of the native races by bringing Cbi-i?-
'tlan influence to b&if upofi the -whitfe
settlers.
Lots at $150 Each
% We have for sale a block of 'large lots
situated in the \. y best part of Soutb
Westminster. . Will be sold en bloc at
the low price of $1"J0 each. '��� This, is J
$100 a lot below anything in tlie vicinity.    Terms, one-third tcash;  balance,
i ��, 12 and 18 months:      ,  ; ,
i    i ii. ..
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Lots on 2nd Street
Between 8th and 10th Avenues
Prices from $250 to $375
There is absolutely nbthing'cheaper to   ,
got in city frrojierty.   This is a good
chance.   Get in now. i
b^
The British Canadian Securities
Company, Limtte d
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.    .
Office:    The Dominion Trust
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THE DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAY.
"AV   ��. ,!��
The Daity News'pcifflS IF VANTAGE    DEATH LIST HEAVY
WILL COST MONEY!      IN MINE DISASTER
.TaWlshwl by Tbe Dally Mews Publish.
tag Company, Limited, at their olliccs,
Tomer   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
tL A.  Paige Managing   Director
S&S58r___.
(Unio'n^v";i.ahT_i >
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FRIDAY.   MAY   13,   1910.
S jats Along Route of King's Explosion in English Mine
Funeral Procession Sellingj Walls In 137 Mineis-
For $50 Each. Rescue is Difficult.
THE   WHITE  SLAVE   TRADE.
The arrest at Porl Arthur the other
��� day of a man against whom the authorities across the border have evidence that he is a "white slave trader"
serves, says The Winnipeg Free
Tress, ns tt reminder lo
part of the world in regard to the
(existence of the traffic in girls for
Immoral purposes, than which no
awirc terrible blot exists upon modern
civilization. Less than a fortnight
ago the International Conference for
She suppression of the White Slave
Traffic met In Paris, and it was announced that since 1902, when the
Conference was inaugurated, twenty-
two governments have ratifli d the
agreements relative to the campaign
against that cruelly nefarious trade.
The Dominion government is a party
London, Hundreds of carpenters al-     White Haven, Eng
ready   are   at   work   erecting   stands  (ll- minerB were
the route that   will  be followed
alon
by the funeral procession and owners
of frontage tire preparing to make the
most of their good fortune. Twenty-
live to fifty dollars Is obtained easily
for a singh- seat, at points of vantage,
while a small upper room with a cou-
s in this pie of tiny windows overlooking the
street is considered a bargain at $500.
On the more fashionable thoroughfares like Picadilly from $2,000
to $::,00() is asked for the use of single rooms.
Wilhelm Will Attend.
Berlin, May TJ.���It was officially
announced tonight that Emperor William would leave next Wednesday for
London, arriving there on the following day. The date of his return after
attending King Edward's funeral has
not  heen  made known.
Additional Locals
May 12.���Score.;
mprisoned ami prob
ably many killed today following a terrific explosion in the Wellington coal
mine. File started tiller the explosion and it was estimated that LIT
mineis were caught alive in the burning pits.
Owing to the presence of explosive
gases and great heat from the tire
rescuers were unable to reach the entombed men for several hours after
the explosion,
Aline officials admitted    that    the I
death   list   probably   would   he  heavy.
Added to the horror of lire is the I
possibility thai some of the mimas
have been drowned like rats in the
farther reaches of the works which
extend for four miles under thc bed
of i he Irish sea.
In the excitement    wllich
the explosion till kinds of rumors wer
current.     One   was   that  some  other
miners   who   were     entombed,    were
Prominent   Astronomer   Dead. \,i*i_____��SBaA*aVa^^
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London. May 1L'.���Sir William
gings the astronomer, died today
was born in London in 1824 and had
long directed a private observaton
which he creeled, lie was formerly
presldenl of the Royal Astronomical
society and of the British Association
for  the  Advancement  of Sciences.
Dayton Likes Its Beer.
Hav ton, Wash., May 12.���Local option after a trial ol' Bix weeks has
tailed to stop the wholesale importation of liquor into Dayton. Accord-
ing to the flgures of a local freight
agenl given out today not loss than
BOO to I.unit bottles of beer are ship-
ped   Into   this   town   daily.
Canadian   Pacific   Railway
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"SS. PRINCESS MAY"     1  iJtlllllllwI     i-'lVOD
To Prince Ruprrt and
Stewart
���    .,       ���,,.,*,. drowned when tm explosion permuted | i)nnm ni
There were no cases in the county ,, ,.,;,��� Doom m
1'' the waters to enter the mine. I vicinity,
to that covenant  for  co-operation  in   court yesterday.
The   Oliver  Typewriter   Agency   at
746   Columbia   street   is   being     con-   extend four or live miles beneath the
stunt I v asked for stenographers.   You  sea.
can learn the Oliver at home. Seven-;  '
teen cents a day pays for it.   See Hoi-  C00KS AND WAITERS
ton E. Sands and ask him to tell you STRIKE  AT  SPOKANE
On May 25 the "S. S. Princess May"
..aves   on   a   special   nip   to   Prince
I Rupert, where a stop of pari  Of a day
followed I Uji|   be  made.    Theme  to    Stewart
where   the   steamer   will   spend   from
one  to  two  days,  giving   passengers
an  opportunity   of   visiting   the   new
mining town and  min  s  in thc
Do
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detecting   and   punishing   traders   in
innocent   or   foolish   girlhood   and   in
Tcsloting their victims to their coun-
Kry anl friends.
A leading article in the latest Lon-
riie   coal   pits   are   the   property   ef |     ,.\  short   stop  will  also  be  made  at
the Earl of Lonsdale and its workings   prince   Rupert   on   the  return   trip.
ROUND TRIP FARE $50
including meals and berth.
KI). GOULET,
',. FOSTER, Agent. C.P.R
\ss. Gen. Pass, Agent.
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ion Times to hand, dealing with the all about it.                                        ** |
Conference,  and  paying a  high   trib- Thg regular m0nthly meeting of the |    Spokane, May  12.���All    the    union I
���to to its president, M.  Berenger, of Benevolent  societv   was  held  yester-  cooks, waiters and waitresses in tins
the   French   Senate,   "who   has   long day  in   the  board  of  trade  room  at  city, totalling nearly  -km, walked out
,. tho  nttw   holl     rinlv   routine husiness  aL noon  today  because 'tie hotel  and .
taken a leading part in the movement tto ^^ OnU   rouune bus,IUSS ,.eslauraIU  im,u  would  not  agree to
Ior the suppression of the white slave                     ' abolish   tlie   tree employment   bureau
traffic and is tbe author of the French |    I love my pipe, but, "Oh! You Solo of   the   protective   association,   whicn
law  of  1!)0,'!  upon  the  offence,"  con-, Special" cigar.                                     ** was recently established by them.
.     .   .  .       . I    At a meeting held in the rooms of
tains a review of what has been ac-,    jack Eagles, who was taken to the the  waiters'   Alliance, No.  63,  wliich
eomplished  since the law passed by   Royal    Columbia    hospital    suffering Ul8ted  UIUil  thre(J  0-c'lock  m's morn.
the  British   Parliament   in   1885   put  from typhoid fever a couple of weeks ing_ thig actlun wus unaniuiously de-
igo,   is   rapidly   recovering  and   will claed upon    More U)an 400 were pro3.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
a stop to the export of girls from the
Unite! Kingdom to Brussels for immoral purposes. The trade was regularly carried on. The victims were
systematically lured to Brussels,
which was then the headquarters of
the traffic from this country, and to
other cities by the promise of employment or of good situations. The pro-
tisions of the Act, which subjects offenders to a maximum punishment of
two   years
soon be�� at work again.
lent.    The union claims the restaurant
See J. A. Motherwell for Fire, Acci- mt>n have broke" tlieir contract by-
dent and Automobile Insurance. Room iordng the waiters to work with non-
4, Merchants Bank Building. Plione union llelP from thelr f,ee employ.
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Organs, Victor Talking Machines. Edison Phonographs,
Singer Sewing Machines, all the
latest in records, go to
ment bureau on the ground that they .
could not secure union help, although ' T
The lecture of tlie famous war cor-  the union claims it had ample labor!*
respondent, Frederick Villiers, in  St.  ready and anxious to work. ',���
George's hall tonight should be well The restaurants, while badly crip-1 ��
worth bearing. There are few men pied, are employing non-union help : ���
who have ever gone soldiering at as rapidly as possible, all members of X
some time in their lives who have the association agreeing to resist the'*
not seen or heard of Mr. Villiers. for ' striko
hard  labor,   struck   with  he has been through every campaign I
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terror   the   persons   engaged   in   the of importance in the last thirty years, j
traffic.    It was immediatelv checked, In Vancouver a week ago he delighted
. . ,   .        ,   41   .   ,,   , large audiences with  his lecture and
Md  we  have  not  heard  that  it  has _hould   not  bp   ,ess   successful   here_
since  been revived in this particular  The    lecture    Is    given    under    the
market." auspices of A. and B. companies. Sixtti
-The traffic," The Times goes on to  regiment, D. C. O. R., for the benefit
���ay, "is still carried on with  success   of   the   BuSle  baIld-
in the   East,  in  South   America,  and |    The popularity of the midday lunch
in many parts of Europe." The Times'! at ,lie  Uo.val Cafe Siows every  day.
article makes no mention of this con-
It is served from twelve to two, with
quick service. **
iinent.    But that this abominable traf-1
fie has  reached  large proportions in      Several members of the local lodge
this continent is now a fact beyond   ��f ^JL^il"? ��f JJ*"" "TrlT-
to v ancouver last night to attend the
possibility of question. Proofs upon ceremonies following the conclusion
proofs have accumulated, until there of the grand lodge meeting held there
seems  to  be  reason  to  believe  that   yesterday.    At  eight   o'clock tonight
the number of victims in the United
the members of the D. O. K.  K. anu
, ,.      ,    . , of the Uniform Rank, together with
States and Canada Is many thousands other Pytbians in uniform, held a pa-
annually. In New York last week : rade through the principal streets of
District Attorney  Whitman  gave the! Vancouver,   after   whicn   almost   Via
public a convincing refutation of the : V?08  ^re  initiated   int0  the  order-
- , ,  ..     _, _, . ,     After  this ceremony the officers and
statements of the Tammany officials delegates of the grand lodge were
that there was  no  systematic  traffic  given a banquet at the Dutch Grill.
in girls carried on in fnat city, aall    H..���      , ,      ,    .
��...  h,      ~.   .    .     .u        m    . <     $15,000 waiting to be put out on in-
that the reports  to  that efTect  were  sid6| will-improved city property.   W.
fabrications    with     political     intent.   J. Kerr, 614   Columbia street.
Agents of Mr. Whitman have actually
CITY
HOMES
Fine modern 8-roomed house on Queen's avenue; $8,000.       No. 62
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Nine-roomed  modern  bouse on St. George street;
,000.
extra large lot;
No.  til
fcought      fooir     girls,      each      under
C. W. Finney, the advance man for
the Sells-Floto shows, is ln the city
eighteen years of age from regular trying to make arrangements to have
dealers, and have got together a mass j the circus here on June 3.
of information, for use in the criminal | Sc,0 j A Motherwell for Fire, Acci-
prosecutions that are to be Instituted, 'dent and Automobile Insurance. Room
a  number  of arrests  having  already
keen made.
A   bulletin   on   this  subject   which
4,   Merchants  Bank   Building.
591.
Phone
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a public meeting at Nelson beld in
the interests of the educational work
of the church.
For quick delivery of express and
baggage, phone Wm. Medley, 421. **
For Geraniums, Dahlias and all
kinds of Spring Bedding Plants phone
Davis' Greenhouse, R 208. **
PUBLIC   MEETING.
Rev.   James   Calvert   and   Dr.   Sip-
Mas   been   issued   by   the   Moral   and   P,e" a,'e at Nelson attending tbe an-
Boclal   reform  of  Canada,  containing   "ual   conference   of   the   British   Co-
____.._, lumbia   Methodist   church.     Rev.   Mr.
facts which should be known not only   Ca,vert   ,���   pre8ident   of  (lle   confer.
to every right-minded person in the ence. Dr. Sipprell last night addressed
country, since a general dissemination of knowledge of the facts is necessary to make the campaign completely effective against this inhuman traffic for the ruin of young
girls' lives, in comparison with which
quick, cold-blooded murder of its victims would be merciful.
"We Canadians," to quote a paragraph from the first page of this bulletin, "ready though we are to believe
almost anything of the great cities
al the United States, the Mother
Land, and the rest of the world, are
loath to believe that such things can
fry any possibility be
Canada
convince. Tbe trade is so despicable,
���o cruel, and one would suppose so
difficult."   Punitive work is, of course,
��f the  greatest importance  in  crush- Discovered   at   Last,
ing out this ghoulish traffic.    Preven-      After  years  of  experimenting,  the
tive work is also of the foremost im-   Problem of long life and good health
���,,       ,   ,        , ,       .    _   ,_   has  been  discovered,    It consists of
portanee.    Tho whole subject is dealt   eatlng  ROod (,)oan   food| c()o)<ed  ln  .
with thoroughly in Hie bulletin re-] tasty and appetising manner, and
ferred to, which ought to be given served properly by competent help,
a wide circulation, with a view to en- Thc Bohemian Cafe is recommended
��� ..       ., , *    ,,   as being the only cafe in town coming
fisting   tie  active   co-operation  of all ,     ,, '���, .        ,,,    .,���
1 up   to   these   requirements   with   the
decent people in the warfare against   ,,,-ices  reasonable.  Opposite C.  P.  R.
*bc  wl.'ite slave traffic. station, Columbia street. **
Eight-roomed   modern  bouse with   two   lots   on   Seventh   street;
$7,000. No. 58
New   modern   8-roomed   house, Sapperton;  $3,400. No. 57
Six-roomed  house on Fifth  avenue; price $2,00t. No. 53
Eight-roomed house, modern;   6-roomed   bouse,  modern;   both  on
Third avenue.    Price for two, $10,500. No. 48
Seven-roomed   bouse;   thoroughly   modern;   two   large   lots;   on
Twelfth street;  $fi,000. No. 4C
Five   modern   7-roomed   houses on Sixth street;  en bloc, $12,000.
S. FADER
Dean Block.
Phone 712
New Westminster.
In respect to a numerously signed
petition of ratepayers protesting
against the delays tn the completion
of the improvements on Columbia
street, I hereby call a public meet-
going on in ing, to be held in the City Hall on
No wonder we are hard to   Wednesday, the 18th Inst., at 8 p. m.
JOHN A. LEE, Mayor.
Mayor's Office, May 11, 1910.
FREDERIC VILLIERS  1
the  world   famous  war correspondent   will   give   an   lllstrated   talk.
Pictures of Many Wars
FRIDAY, MAY 13th
ST.
8:30 p. m,
GEORGE'S
MALL
Under tbe auspices of "A" and "B" Companies, Sixth Regiment,
D. C. O. R., for the benefit, of the Bugle Band.
Admission���50  cents;   children 25 cents.
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��� on  the  Marshall   Farm of  First Class   Dairy   Cows,   etc.,   Thursday, ���
i May   19.   (One   mile  from  Westminster   Junction.)      Lunch    will    be *,
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Little Soiled ?
if you do not here is an exceptional  offe-,  twentj
White Dresses���many of these are samples and are
and  mussed  -bul  a  fevi   minutes' washing will put thei
you'll have a dress thai   will plefese, and pay you v..
trouble.     Anyway,   we   are   going   to clear  the   lot.     V.
one   left   unsold.     Now's your  chance.
Out they go for 	
SEE OUR WINDOW
Victoria Lawn
10c yard
31-inch White Victoria Lawn;
soft finish, fine quality. Bought
long before the advance in the
price of cotton. Special     10c yd.
Our Coat Sale
at $2.50
Beats anything you ever saw
at tho price and how they are
going. Ladii s'      Coats,      all
lengths and shadings In Tweeds,
{tegular   values to  |19,60   tor,
each      52.50
Specials for
$9.50
Three only, Ladies' While
Lingerie Dresses; beautifully
trimmed with fine insertion and
elaborate embroidery. A little
soiled, so they have to go. Regular $16, $27.60 and $28.50
for       $9.50
A Big Lace
Special 5c yard!
A special buj      Cotton 1
chon   Lace���16  .'
all���suitable   foi
dearwear, etc . an .
designs   In   Pill*   ���
lace  will  wash  well ami th!
signs  are  equal   to ������':���   11
hand      made      T
widths.     Extra    ��fx lai ..
yard   	
White
Bedspreads
$1.25
Another   snap
i Ian Bedspreads; full
tm;    hemmed   readj
Price cut   for  wi eki
Reg. $1.60. Special ea b ij
Children's
Dresses $1.25
Another snap In little '���'���
for  the children, silk .lawn
duck;   all   styles  and  -��� ���"
prices up to $2.Tfi. Wi   >:'
Ing  at   	
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A Bargain
Two  fine  lots on  Hamilton  street   near   Moody   si|iiarc     I
fenced and fruit trees;  barn and chicken bouse.    Price $1,550.
Vs cash, balance -i, 12 and 18 months.
P. PEEBLES
Phone   307.
620 Columbia    St.
Njw Westmlnste'
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
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mlNAS WIN FIRST
fiVE GOALS TO ONE
tertons Could Not Keep
hampions    From   Bom-
,avding
,. .. ���ame in the Intermediate
luC^egaSBue between theRe-
win lot
ono was
iilli MITT FOR CATCHER
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Third street between Third and
Six lots and I 11-room house on      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Fourtli avenues.
$6,275
% Cash; balance 6, 12 and 18 months at 7 per cent Thee is
no better buy than this in Hie city, The land is all under cultlv*
tion and in addition to the house, there ls a two-storey stable mtn
accommodation for six horses.
er  Profited   By   His   Invention,
But   Went   Wrong   Instead.
SURREY
$2,200  for  10  acres, house  and b
icres cleared.
-^e^' New York,  May  12.���There are not
many   men   left   who   know   the  exact
circumstances of the invention of the
big glove, and the real story has nev-
s,, league oetween  me  ,��>- > er   heen   told   in   print   before.    The
a sapperton last night result-   great glove was the result of a jokt
"��� "" *������>���������>�����'���       -i,���  lot,-,.,- thought  onlv  to mik
ft/latins, Coulthard &
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Hie  former.
,1,0 score.   The Sap-
a.tence  was   rather   weak   at
de,n moments and  tbe goal-
,r.    two   easy   ones
Ilea
let
The score ended 6-1, which
lion of the play.
���nd  the  joker  thought   only   to  link
fun  that afternoon, although  he was
keen  enough   to  make  his  humor  pay
him in  the end. .
���I  was only a hoy in Toronto,    is
how Kid Bernstein, tbe ticker broker,
tells the story, "but I was a fiend for
was"even! but the   baseball   and   was    always    hanging j
"' ,,":;   ,,������,!,.'no-   stand   the  around the  park  of the old Toronto
' . | for the Reginas,  team.
',',,,mi  made s e     "Among the men l can still remem-
"'", ,iiiiigh  liis   nets   her Ed. Crane, wh- had the speed ol
';i',"";,,le aching like ftusle poor old Ed; Harry Decker
", '".;,; , goal was. Tlie handsome, polished, versatile In every
"'"n Ts... Merton men was playing position, yel destined to a
"     '   ,:,:' '.Sinatlon work  finish  of   unhappiness  and    sorrow
an<J """ ������ -���-'    Mine suiter., who afterwards was a
Giant  star anl  a  stocky  little catcher j
by the name of Oldfield.
������li fell to Oldfleld'8 lot to catch Ed.
Crane, and to catch Crane, with the
short  pitching  distance  and  the  little
leather   tipped   glove,   was   an   awful ;'
thing    One day In the club bouse Old-
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The South West
quarter of Section 16,
Township 10.
160 acres at $50
an acre.
Easy Terms.
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*��.   ���-   ,,,,.   ,,.,..:  -hi.-,   jmiormin
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2L*    ...   1 oav\   enough  for the   Re-
SS       f.-    ��:������   ""'   "'  condition  to
ffiand Plater, one of the juniors,
���q,i    Pi.��� "'   ��������� I,!" !!'"il"
_LPwiCnne s Smith Z'the two   w? exhibited his swollen hand,
the \wnneis, . until      .
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Decker  guffawed   at  him
"'Tell you what, tdd man.' laughed
Decker, 'why don't you bave a mat-
tiess made In the style of a glove?
That would save your poor little fins
ami yen wouldn't have so many
passed halls. Look, suppose you get.
some leather like this and a lot of
li It stuffing like this���picking up a i
lot of rubbish from the ground���and
make a big mitten this way. That
would protect yon wouldn't it. my
tender little darling? And Decker.
who was a mechanical genius, kept
rapidly at work with the "odds and
ends round the club house till he had
'Buw, a working model of a big glove that
third defence, Atkin- differed in no way so far as idea and
K.   McKenzie;   third  general ground plan were concerned,
Pat
only
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following was the lineup:
uas���Goal, Keary;   point, Pear-
.ver point, Robertson; first dell.   Gifford;    second   defence,
third    defence,    Turnbull;
Fitzgerald;   third   home, Ken-
em!   home,   J.   Gifford;   first
Smith;   outside,   Morrison;   in-
Chairs, Cots,  Stretchers,   Blankets,
Pillows, etc., etc.
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HOME FURNISHERS
43-45 Sixth Street,   ���    -   New Westminster, B. C.
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Bill   Patchell;   second  defence
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Contractors and
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Thursday,, May 12
American League
At Boston���
j St.   Louis
K   McKenzie;  second home, 11,   from the big glove of today.
I.   between   Reginas  and   West   some ^V$�� ��� fiS 2��
  ' mg  'Boys.' said he, '1 think this would
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The  Latest   Art  In  Brass Craft.
A Pull Line  of Outfits and. Supplies
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line   of  tke   Best
Lardware in the City.
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Assorted Bowls and Jugs,. 15c each.
to see some great ring star per
tind then and there . ot the am-
:. to shine In the squared circle,"
-  Billy  Papfee  in    an    autoblo-
. "They will tell you how they
have niatie a iuiuuuc      t\i uiuuiuuo." ^
which   was  patented   Cincinnati       .
from  bis  glove,   a.,,,.,,   ,���  ,.__ w4Mi 	
and sohl by thousands.    But he went  Philadelphia
wrong.    Must have gone crazy.    I be-       ^t   Pittsburg���
lleve, for he forged cheques and misbehaved in many ways till he finally
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is my guiding star. This does evening between the West End and
.can that I have not learned a the Centrals, the latter will place the
lol from some of the great fis- following team on the field: Goal. Morals of the  past,  but  through  it  tison; point, Armstrong; cover, Dawe;
bave always followed my own defence field, Forrester, Spicer, Sait;
and my own way of lighting and centre. Archibald; home field, Dolan,
.tilings. Kiiiitscn, Ennis;  outside. Swenceski;
���vas when I was only seventeen  inside,   Watson.    Tim   Mahoney   will
��� old that  I got my  Mrst expert-  referee  the  game,   which   is  to  start
At  that time  my  brother  Ed.  sharp at six thirty o'clock.
s now my manager, a friend of	
��� Billy Schmidt, and myself were  SAWYER'S COLTS TO
nt;  signs.     We  took  a  southern MEET   RED   '
V>r. the way some one Introduced 	
LEAD   SWIFTS
[Vaii- of boxing   gloves.    Ed.   never      A football tea.iti known as.Sawyer's
,,��� ntucb. but 'Snil.ty; and my- ro,,s buyjojjjj ^jM*** ag0,Ve,.non
lit  put  them on every  night. sued In this PlI,e'     f t    m com-   Sacramento
-B   the time that we got back to by the Red Lead^Swifts, ig i
,.  in  Spring  Valley  we  were pogcd of worker on the
pretty good wltb our dukeB
Pittsburg  	
Brooklyn	
At  St.  Louis���
St.   Louis   	
Boston   	
At  Chicago���
Chicago   	
New York  	
Eastern   League
At Buffalo-
Providence   	
[Buffalo   	
At  Rochester���
Newark  v
Rochester      8
Coast League.
At  Oakland��� R.
Oakland    It
San Francisco     I
At Los Angeles��� R.
Portland      ��
Los   Angeles     "
Batteries���Gregg and Fisher;
and  Osteroft.
At Sacramento���
H.
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H.
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17
H.
The Fair =
We have a full
Builders  Hard''   ^	
Betore Bmlorng1 See U*v as we   belie ve   we   can   save   you
AW Complex   Stock  ot  PAINTS  mkI   OILS
money.
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
646 Columbia Street
Wc buy for cash and sed for the same.
H.
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The Timberland Lumber Company,  Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Fir   Cedar and Spruce Lumber, Rough. Dressed and  Kiln  Dried,  Dl-
rnen-ton Timber and Shingles, C^dar Poles and Piling In an.   qua*-
tity.
Ask Us for Prices
Offlc*, Room 8' Thompson Blk.
A. J- CRAIG, Man. D1r��ctor
Nev* Westminster, B.  C.
P. O. Box 953
R.
4
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manager,  'Skinny'    Evans    by
was [Hitting on B show  about
minster bridge. The following play-
Swill turn out wltb the new aggregation:
Northwestern
At Seattle-
Seattle
Melvln,
V*******
n
11,550. Tie
k<
-40
'.-'<��*
Grant,  Sawyers,
Andeberg, Coldicutt, Collier, Shawcross, Kirby and
Locke. The game will be played a
week from Saturday, tbe proceeds to
be devoted to the hospital, Tim Mahoney wlll handle the whistle.
rnll-ister !';!
���������������*"*,
fes >
,,- .    WllH    Illlltlll.      Uli    aa    o->�� ������     ���- (,,>P"---
time we landed.   We did not have  Uo,,ertson. Cadysien
���   too   much   money,   and   Schmidt
A myself agreed to go in one ol the
Imlnarles,    We   were   to   Bet   *;>
e, and the money looked awfully
''I  us.
whi ii we got to the ball that
'. Evans came around and t-'l-1 "*
I   the house  \s;is  so  poor  that   ho
I not put us on unless we would j
" to go "ii foi nothing, He was to
��� In the mam bout himself, I did
are much, bul Schmidt  gol hoi
���    tlie collar and declared that he
��� Id take ll out of Fvan'a bide. So
fe gol real strong and challenged the
[lnni i of the main bout. IT was a
pnch that this would be 'Skinny,' so
saw revenge tight there.
"Well, Evans was the winner, and
ey fixed up a match for a little place
named Qrenople. Forfeits were posted
and it looked like the real thing. I
Un ugh l was out of lt. but got Interested nn account of Schmidt. Just a
few days before the light 1 got a hur-
i i|i message to go and see Schmidt
;     is home,   1 found him down with
typhoid fever, and the doctor said he
would not be able to leave bis bed for
wc ks,   Schmidt said to me Something
llki   this:
"���Bill, that forfolt is the last money
I have got in the world.    1 don't know   'a'_'^nP  pPta  in
whal mother and myself will do if we       - - -   ���
lose it.    We will lose It If some one  disnllasml
loesn't  annear  and    make    arrange-   ,.,.n���enl0,it
..���_     Then I have  'iinRe,"e -
hi en co
nd get.
WAS  AMATEUR   YESTERDAY,
WILL   BE   PRO. TOMORROW
Hughle Clifford played his last amateur lacrosse match last night, when
he helped the Reginas defeat Sapperton. Tomorrow he will play his ms.
professional srame, -"hen hi will h .ii
the Cup Holders defeat Vancouver.
All Is tn readiness for the big game
there on Saturday.
Secretary  Ryall has about one hundred   scats   for   salt'   here.     There   is
baseball  game  Immediately  before
 .. ..       ^Q_n]n
League.
R.  H.  E.
    5    10      fi
Spokane    9     9     3
Batteries ��� Hickey  and   Ostedetk;
Seaton and Shea.
^hM*m R.   H.   E.
Vancouver       0     4      3
Tacoma      2     !>     0
Batteries���Smith and Bliss; Jenson
\n.l Sugden.
Standing- of Clubs..
Won Lost Pet.
12     ti     .fifiT
Spokane        8   11     .421
Seattle         T   11      .389
Games Today.
Vancouver,    Recreation
Tacoma  , ���
Vancouver
3 pourdft Peoples* Blend
Ceylon Tea for
$1.00
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston aid Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
l^res Brackman-Ker wharf at 9 P. *. <atly empt Saturday, and
��i Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at a C E. R. ticket office and oo board steamer. Electric cars leav�� Steveston erery hour ton the half-hour) for Vancouver.
See the Famous Fra��r &IV��r Canneries, Vancouver. Etc	
Round trtp tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, |1.
Tacoma    vs.
park. -I  P. ,!1
Spokatit
t Seattle.
BASEBALL ON SATURDAY.
-�� ��� --KUSK.SIS! &.����.��
_; dozen Strictly  Fresh
Eggs for
$1.00
m   to   botu  games,
. ,"      ...av Ln this important QUf
and lacrosse money
3:45.
time the
money
,    for the contract
;iu,-the.basPballoiSrTlreS5U.em
to'��� **��*�� gC_me starts, and if
a        before that time he
S^bV tlieTo-uoteis, are  Peck
ave been ma^e.
^^^   be |
the
draw upon, and as practices have been
well attended during the past few
days, the game tomorrow should be
something worth seeing. The Alerts
will draw their nine from the follow-
Sayce,   Peele,    Reilly,   Glass,
Fresh Calif ornianCreamery Butter, per lb.
40c
INSURANCE
FIRE--ACCIDENT--LIFE
Employer's Liability,  Marine, Automobile
Live Stock
Put That Policy on Today
Tomorrow May Be Too Late
W&wlrTTuluV Poupore.   Jauiieson,
Browni    WUWe,     Mathers      Daniels,^
Fletcher and  McPhalt.
o luuc my place.   Then 1 have  ���*���J (lll,.k uiav have been maj
utntlng on winning that fight kP^"$   1;u,ro!;st. fans are not to
ting a piece of change there. |    �� f ,���   t0  the  grounds betor.
I,,   ,��� ..��� ni niiiinar nnd save  '<���>""'   ,.   ,���.,.,,   t. mere i�� f-v
Now, Bill, If you Will appear and save
my forfeit, you can have all the money
.    i can get out of the fight.'
I went In. saved the forfeit and got "^
my share of the purse."
men leave It.
admit
baselia
to be so
SS1 warn" ar'guments over
be   some   watm   ��"-
possession of seats.
men ioa\c ,,. there Is going
une crush, and unless things
regulated there will
the
Aeronauts Are Doing Well.
Glasgow,   Ky.,   May   12.���A  courier
from Center. Ky., brought, word today
that   A.   Holland   Forbes,   and  J.   C.
Yates,  the   injured   aeronauts,   were
doing nicely, but  would  not be able |
i" starl north for two or three days, i
What is left of the balloon  has been
boxed for shipment to Now York.      J
0PERA  HOUSE_BOOK.NGS.
M,1V i9-1?he Prince of Tonight.
24-Juvenlle Boston ans,
I; . .Bessie MBcUchjan.
KSe 2-Porothy Morton
'   ne30-The White Squaw.
Tecumsehs on the  Hunt. |
Charlie Querrie, the manager of the
Tecumsehs  lacrosse  team, Is on the
hunt for a good point player.   Offers
have been made to Harris, of St. Kitts.
who. however, is not likely to be got I
j unless  be can  obtain  a   great    deal'
more for playing lacrosse then he can
command  at  bis  trade.    Harry  Griffiths Is yet a possibility.    It  Is only
a matter of money that stands in the
way.    Griffiths wants more than the
club  is  willing to  give  him, and in
I addition   seeks   transportation   home.
illls demands are not likely to bo acceded to.
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my   careful   and   prompt* attention.
My rates are tlie best obtainable and I write for only reliable
Canadian  and   English  companies.
Call and see me and I will be glad to give you information and
particulars. )
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Phone 62.     "The Ins-irance Man'l I.6S7 Columbia
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WOOD DECAY IS |
SERIOUS PROBLEM
Good Preservative Treatment
t i   i
Would  Save   Millions  of
Dollars Every Year. {
STRANGE BELIEFS OF       ! GILBERT -TARHtR ON   '
' INDIANS IN ONTARIO;        EMPIRE PROBLEiWS
LAND REGISTRY Arfr
IU' Lots 21 ami 80, I -
drew's Square,  Map lu.   ���'' '
Admixture    of   Christianity , and    Survival cf Ancient Tribal Customs
Among  the   Pagans.
" of
rot
We have 1 Icked the
tind hvau: les ,t hi y are.
flo-wers of  the  season   in  Spring   Neckwear.,
BVI nv'es
,      V\"e are showing many nefr (\vea
confined exclusively to us.
We liflvc^ me* N'ew" Grey  patterns.
Hose shfidos.
: \
-til so
handsome  silks   that are
tbe Black and White tind
��� ��� ' 'Silk's * froth: tlie VeSf FMVI.'n'aTi.t ' Domeslic' ItiCnis;
widths,  including  the  rather narrow   shape   that   fits
tins   double   collars.
fn'
our
close   fit-
Ties at 50c, 65c   to  $1.00
c.      : I       ..      .;tj      I
This is the hest time of all thp
T
j
  season   for  the  man  -who  leans
to  Choice l^eckwejiv'ito make Jils ,se)T>c)ions.     Our- display ' H fwell
Washington', .May 127���Millions
feet of timber and finished lumber
every year In railroad ties, bridges;
nestles, piles, farm buildings, tehees,
polos ana mine props. Tbe lumber
consuming fjubjic of the United States
pays perhaps thirty to forty million
dollars a year to make good the losses
from   wuod  decay.
These great drains are a source of
more and more concern eacli year.
Chemists ami engineers who have to
do wiih the uses of wood are working
unceasingly on the (problem. The
United States Forest Service has men
who devote their whole time to it.
'i a ��� Importance of the problem oan-
nol be ner estimated. Millions* of
dollars are annually saved b) preservation tieal nn nl of timbei fi, but much
jel iemalns to be learned,
Wood.. Ooeu} , is . .uisi',1 hv . Lunyus,
a V9^e4dwle .rowtft sorastunefa do
small that it can be seen only with
the microscope, its mots or branches
like minute hairs, tone their way Into
the   wood   tissues   and   absorb   or     eat
away the solid pans. Timher is artificially preserved bj forcing into its
cells and pores certain substances
which prevent the ^growth of fungi,
As long ;is this substanca isy present
in sufficient quantity rtt�� storms-uf decay���the threads and smrog of tun-
gus���cannot enter, and tiie '-woo'd ��� is
preserved. This.often nnans doubling
and sometiiues trebling the life of the
timber.
The United States government considers the Investigation of the preservative treatment of timber, of such
importance that tlie business of one
otlice of the United Statis Forest Service���that: of\v<V>Chl preservation, with
new headquarters in Madison. Wis.���
is given over entirely to the jvork of
e
Toronto, May 12.���(Perjtiaps noti
everyone is aware of the existence of
this interest ins people, Pagans or lie-,
Msts as they prefer to he called, as they
worship one Cod."the Creator, while in
lo'hei" fespects iheir religion is a mixture of old Indian beliefs and customs
in ways, such as pouring ashes on
the head in si. n of repeal mice    ami
; telling wampum heads, which appears
to be remains of the teaching of the
early. Jesuit   Fathers,  tind  a  supposed
i divine revelation  vouchsafed  to an  ln-
. dian who is said to have died and
risen again a hundred years or so ago.
In their "Ions houses" or places of
vvorship they give thanks to God at
certain seasons of the year, perform
correctly the ancient Indian dances
with accompaniment of rattles and
drums,   express   contrition   for     their
; sins and  give Indian    names  to  the
'children,   dancing   up     and   down   the
room   with   the   child   in   their  arms.
Their custom of inegular njarrlagfes
I and" separations at   will  brings them
Iin le  happines^.   and   is  a   source    of ���
tumble Ui  the Indian  superintendent
in tracing such matters as descent of
property. Latterly some have seen the!
j advantage   of   lawful   marriages.    Ofl
late :��� ears, too, their manner of dress
and   household   habits   have    become
more  like  thoso pf'the'Christian   Indians, (bought  a  lew old 'ladi >.   may '-
be   seen   wearing   stockings
Canadian Author on "The
New Empire" at Meeting
of Royal Colonial Institute
Partite
minster Citv, ^^^^^
Whereas proof of ||l(.
ficate  of  Title   Numl i
in   the   name of   An!,,
boon filed, in trfis oiiic',..
Notice is hereby givi >
at   the expiration  ol   ot
tin
of,
the   City   Of   New   \\
"t hi
.,,.'^1
orriuon
thai
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out -
Colon}
silken
OD t!
Ill ll
worth coming to see.
I
r'.P.   S.i��� AlfccJ ^vt?.ything   that"*: new in Shin...
REID & CO
The House of Elegance
601 * Columbia St   faew Westrhinsler
 Still   be   seen   wearing   stockings   or
breads uamw ��D"S��frj trousers, /and  the  voting  women  are
t enter, and tlie   -wood ��� is   ,-^/ (jf  sinokln���   a  plpe.     The  game
of snow-snake in winter has great delights for  the  young   men'.
The  present   is  a  crucial   time  both
for Paganism and tlie Six Nations Reserve generally, as the Indian department  at OtlHWtt  is  understood  to coll-
_ I template abolishing the ancient order
of hereditary  chiefs  $fid  substituting
elective ones.    I'nls would apparently
take considerable power ,ayay    from
the Pagans Inuoydcitlg 800 pul of a
population   of   4,000.    and   place   it   in
the  hands of the Christian  majority.
The  Pagans  object  to  tlte  change,
and held a meetirtg of protest at the
so on April  13. At
xperin^rirt* . iT,e,o-fipri"siti('ii -w'ith rail-
oad  companies  and' oftier    corpora-
_^^^^^_^^^^^^^_  I>0
tions and individuals in prolonging the
life.of. railroa.l tieat mint- props, bridge    	
timbers, fence posts ^nd,transmission  Onondaga "long-~'ho'u
the now year the Methodist Miision-
PGr I ary. society opened oui a special work
ainong the Pagans or Deists, believing that at this crucial juncture .they
might be won over to Christianity und
London,   May  12.���Sir  Gilbert
' kcr   delivered   at   a   meeting   of
j Royal   Colonial  Institute,  held  at   the
Whitehall   Rooms, a  lecture on   'The
New   El .pile"   vvliich   was  interesting
in  two wnvs.    First,  ton iis'optimist ie
dealing with I'utuio  Knipiie piohlems;
and,   second,   tor   its   abandonment
11 he  IdeqJ   held by   ninnv   people  ot
[parliament pf the Empire,
"The danger point has been pai Si d
sir  Cilheii   declared,  "We  jia'vi
lived   'he   stage   when  some
uiiglii   break   loose   from   the
bonds that hold her and go out on tli
quesl of a tutuio, independent
sister colonies, or of England.1'
Witli  regard  to the question  of a
Palilalia ul   of   Fmpiie,     Sir     Oilbei t
Parker suggested that the confederation ot the various dominions Lessen-
1 ed the need for such u leglslatun ,
"I'u he paradoxical," he said, "thp
Fpipir,;  grows  smaller    eve rj    day."
With lhe giealei I... i.i'ies ol oui' n.od
em limes and our closer touch, due
to science and swift transport, par-
li.iiiiiniaiy federation seems further
oil than it was in tin (lays when the
ilia'c. em po: tions of the Kinpiie were
BO distant from each other and from
the  centre,
"time and a closer analysis if tho
problem,   together   with    expevieace,
the uiojst valuable .of all solvents, have
shown tnat impi ;iai union on the lines
of an Imperial parliament has difficulties too great and. In reality, advantages too few to permit of the ful-
tlLipen^ ut' the great constitutional
dream.
"I'ersotiallv, I have never shared in
such a vision. I, have ue\ cr, thought
it. practicable; but that a formula tor
some sort of union will ,vet he. found.
no one who ,reads the pages pf. out-
progress ami the development of our
relations witli oui.' colonies can <U>Ubt.
"Whellnir It will he found in some
coni^tiiut^onul machinery;  tn tlie loos-
dato of the lirst publi
" a dailj;;iewspapei  pllbll|,
^^^^^^_^^ I
duplicate of lhe said  ���
less in the meantime e"��L
be made to me In tyrltl
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Land  Registry Offlci    -
ster.   H.C..   Max   i;'   ]
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Tickets, on   sale   Ma.
elusive.    CikhI to ri '
ED
c. It. FOSf.ER,
Assistant c.en. Pi
CANADIAN m
B... Coast SS,
������������!.
Princess   Ohatlotte
I ver at   in a. I in.  daily
t day for Victoria!
j     1'rincess Koyal dally i
j     I'i imess   \ii.ietia,    1     ,
except Monday, diiect : i Seattle.
SS.    .loan    leaves    Vai
ji. m. daily except Sundav :
i    ss.  Que^n   City   h
1 Monda>s  ,-it   5  p   .f\i. L'nioi   t
t Comox.
The   South,   \vith  twenty-seven
cent of  the  total  area  of  the  United
States.      contains      about     forty-two
per cent of the total forest an a of the
is
!er,  WKire. elastic:, functions pt' an  Im-1   ,SS. Princess' Ma>
perlal cbnf^renpe with its secretariat-,   al ll p, m. May -i, m ai
iu   closer   union   through   out   depart-   ten days thereafter. .
. ment pf y.,i-operatlon only, sin h as na- <     SS, Heaver leaves New Wi
val  defence, or  fn   commcrci;.      rpci-Jat .a- m   Mopd#>'(i,  VVi l/iescajs
LAND ACTS.
Tenders addressed to the undersigned at Ottawa, iu,sealed envelopes
and marked on the envelopes "Tender
for gasoline launch for the Quarantine
Service." will he received up to the
1st June for the construction of a
gasoline launch for the Quarantine
Service at Prince Hupert. Hritish Columbia, of the t'pllpwin.i; leading dimensions, vi. t ���
Length over all     50 feet.
Beam extreme    11 feet.
Depth amidships, moulded, B feet.
to   be   delivered  at   Vicjl^riaj.dn j the
Province of British Columbia.
Specifications of-^tjiij* rJa^ncl* may
be procured upon* application to .i^e
Department of Ag^RWttiire^dtla'wjri otto the Superintendent of Quarantines
at William Head, Hritish Columbia,, up j
Ito tbe 16th May, ISM. !
The eontraci. to include installation
of engine, tfi��;pt;ofej-ty <j'f-. |he Dt'_aj-t-
ment, now at  Victoria, B.C.
liiicli tender nuist, he accompanied,
by an accepted cheiiue etiual to ten������
per cent of the whole amount of th��
tender, which cheque will lie forfeited
if the individual or company sending it,
declines to enter into a contract with
the Department or fails to complete
the launch.
The  Department   does  not  hind   it-J
self to accept the lowest or any tender. ��� . V I
Newspapers copying this advertisement  without authority from the Department will not be paid. ;
A. L. JARV1S,
Assistant Deputy Minister, and
Secretary of Agriculture
Ottawa, May 3, mid.
      , ii . .. i   i  I ..
New Westmister Land  District.
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLen- ifrom its annual
country.    The forest area by sta
as follows:    Alabama. 2t)j0d0;00 acres;
Arkansas,   24,200,000;   Florida.   20,000,-
000;    Georgia, 22,300,000;     Kentucky,
10,000,000: Louisiana IG (500,000: "Man -
land. i-JOfi.uiJn: Mississippi! 11500,1 :
North Carolina. 19,^10.000; South
Carolina. i2 iinA.iliirt; ' Teiittessee. 15,-
OOOjOaO] Texas. i.'W. itm.uinj.; IVtrginat
14.nun.linn and Wesl Virgina, 9,100,000.
The Soulli iL will he seen, has slid
much of the virgin forest of the country. Tiiis I'oresi must be used, oi
course, in order to meet the steadily
expanding wains of this section. It
must be used in such a manner, however, that th(. ,ver ,-iyoat may be made
* if. v^lrtle at the same
;nan, of Vancouver, British Columbia,
occupation contractor, intends to apply for ,pennjs.io;.i. to ��jirph$sp the
following described lands:
Commencing  at  a  posi  planted  at
;the southpast point of tlw island sittt-
iate about four (4) cliains from Timber ,Tiitiit No. 387113, thence northerly
'and westerly' and southerly and easterly around the shore at low tide
to pJace of commencement, containing
four  acres,   mpre  or less.
| Apix'5v'NDi:u Mclennan.
Marc
h 17
BAGGS, Agent.
11)10,
nnual cut.
CUt  is Si'Hl:
time this cut is Refold replaced hy new-
growth. In this way its timher will
remain a source of perpetual wealth.
Thp Impor'jfnce (if forest conservation to Southrrj Interests is clearly
understood by the people of U'e South.
The future of the South is more nearly hound up in fchewpian of forpst preservation, with its^accompanyi.'ig protection to watenSheds; power streams(
and woodworking industries, than is
anything now beforti tUo-iieojile of this
part of the,countrv.
/ aiatm   .      ��� 4   hmA   V
ANCIENT   EXERCISE   BOY.
brought Into line with their neighbors.
Rev. William Ki ndall; tortneriyl missionary in Muskoka, was placed In
charge of this task, aided hy bis wife,
an Iroquois bidy. i
The Pagans have taken an encouraging interest in the meetings held
and some, are about ready to he baptized into the Christian faith: Their
chiefs attend these meetings and
speak at them, which is quite unusual.
At a recent meeting something nf a
sensation was caused by a speech by
'i Tom Longboat, a chief of the Cayuga lotlg lious", and uncle of the'celebrated runner. He declared himself
gratified tit what he had heard ,n the
melting, condemned lyinc and drunkenness, also his people's habit of
larating from their wives, reco
| ed  his  hearers  to practice  iu    their
Slices what they heard at the meetings,
and unexpectedly turning the tables
on the Christian, rebuked a prominent.
| Christian Indian kilting' in the choir
for  quarrelling  with   his  wife. ���
pi oqlty, leinains to be seen,
"Already colonial, representatives appear in 'li" deliberations of the Defence .committee. Alie.idy stl'fkinu
eunseijileltces   have   iloWed   from   I
association and co-operation."
J Fridays     for    Chllljw;ick
leaves Chilliwack al  7
Th in sdays and  Saturd a
,   i    ,   ,
II i
LOOK  FOR  SAFEBLOWERS.
Gang
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Utpriver   Lancie ~s
The   New  Steruwhee e'
S. S.   PAYSTRtfl
Tori 1^1
wa. ned
_i
Believed   to   Be   Setting   Out   to
Tour Ontario. . 	
Toronto.     May   1L-.   -Some   OBf)  has I    !_f,;iu,i.   ,,, :i(.kM,.tn-j<, r Milllnz �� I
proprie',.,, of jewel,>  stores,  pany.a irharf,  Nt,.iV Weatl
managers pf l^nks and^mcrcbant,!? In   pa8Bengera  :,nil  f.eiuht   .
'    Leavefa New WrfettnilSster T������
Thursday and SAttirdpy at  8
Leaves CMlllyacfi  ^Vfedni
day ahd Siitidfiy at 7 a. m.
First Class  Passenger Apion -     '''S
       ' ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO.. ttlj
an,l   jewelers,   and   alro.nl> , Mew   Westminster.
several el'ctticians have left Toronto
for small ��� town? and cities '" install electrical burglar alarms In
buildings.       The     police     throughout
small towns and dtps of \he province
to   be   On   the   lookout    for   a   gain;   of
salelilovvejs.   who   aie  .believed   to   bo
on   their  way   to  On.taiio  to  make  a
tour,  of  thc   snialler, plac s.     Tin    re
.of sep-   s���n   jla;;  i,,.,.,!   that   extra   police   pro-,
mmend-' t,,,.,!������   |,as  |1(.,,n   aslttjd   for  by   hank,
managers  an,I   jewelers,  and   a!r<
"
���
MAN  GAVE  A  RECEIPT '"
FOR   HIS   LOVE   GIFTS
tlie province have been ordered
he oii the lookout, for the gimg,
lo
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
/
\mr\NO ACT.
New   Westntinster   Land   District.
District of New Westminster.
Take  notice    that    Simon    Henry
Clowes of  Vancouver,  B.  C,  occupy
tionj ,t<llSln'g ihivpi'ctori intends to apf
ply for perfnlssion to purchase the folr
lowing described  lands:
,   Conipi. r|cing  tit  a post  pjanted   at
the S. B, point of a small island lying
in channel between Granite island and
-Nel6on .isjatid; .thence northerly, west}-'
erly, southeily and easterly, along th��
shore'trt 't.e place' of commencement;
containing lo acres more or less.
SIMON' HENRY CLOWES,'
Alilillcan't.
Per JOHN F. liAGUS.i
April aO, 1010. Agent.
'CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.1
TendefB Wanted.
T<>nd��i-s will be reoelved by the uh-
Trainers an?i Sta6l4 6(J^s Astonishedj
to See B4 Old, Mar| rn Saddle.
New York, May 11.���Probably the
oldest "exercise boy" In the world is
located at the .Kentucky association]!
track. He is employed to handle thet
stable of Squire Allen of Naslivillo,.
and be is saitl to be 64 years old. The
Allen stable, wliich consists ot one,
horse, arrived a week ago. The train-j
ers tind stable hoys were astonished)
thq.^evft day WtyE'Ji .thf licysi; jipyeareiL
N'ew Vor
breaking of
Qrath, formerly
ono who sought
the bey
I inan
IJipe.ireiL
in  fhl  sad-
that   tin!
WAfcF? NOTICE
size spigots and sockets.
vl'enderp ,to be marked ���"Tenders for
Water NtJee.'' 'The West or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A.  DUNCAN, City Clerk.:
City Hall, April 2(1, 1910.
clerslgned  up  to  May  23rd,  next, at
a   p.   in.,   for   twenty-live    (251    t'lfs
IL.'2-iii'lbsj of e-lnclv find six  (G) toils
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      | of' -l-fnc'h Cast Iron  Water Pipes, 9-io
. _ Inch   in    thickness.       Also   two    Vi)
N.qttee.l. i-f:,ib)hy, .tv en.Ujat an appli- !-0��4-i^Sli [T's. ���;, .
tatibn wlll Te iii'uie under Part V. of'! 'Pipes must be free from flawjs,
the "Water Act. l.e'p " io obtain,a,li-: cracks or other defects, and an evdn
cerise in the South West minster'Divi-, thickness of metal throughout, cak
sion of N'ew Westminster District. vertically, and covered with Dr. Apia) The name, addncss and occupa-1 g��s Smith's or other approved solution of the '{tfi>. Ilu'tuit: J.-E.i MiUphj^t|o". 'Pf.es to have the standard
occupation, dairying and farming.
(b) TIiq name of the 'lake, Stream
or source- ;tlf unnamed, the descri^--
Hon isi: Spring on Lot 11, Block 2,
Subdivision of Lot 30.
Ic) The point of diversion: At the
spring.
(d) The quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second): One-
eighth   cubic  foot.
te) The character of the proposed
works; Tank at spring, pipe from
tank  to  dwellings.
(g) The purposes for which the
water is' to be used: Dwellings,
dairying and stock.
(k) This notice was posted on the
30th day of April, 1910. and application will be made to the commissioner
on tbe 31 st day of May, 1910.
ill 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:
K6ni T. E. MTTtPHY.
��� ' -       New Westminster,
on tffe" track tflfh'
die. The trainer* thinking
old manV BtAfc boV "nki
Mini, proffered, the s\ vices of
hoy. He vvafe lo).] jhv the old manj
that the exerclsutg was always done
by him. So far lhe man who defle^
Mr. Osier has not confided his namo to
anyone. He is an Englishman bv
birth and rides his charge in,the English style, sitting very erect, he
amuses the stable boys, but the trainers say he may fool the wise ones by
winning a ra_<> ox two,
 Weft
ELEVEN YEAR-OLD   LAD
PLAYS PIRATE  IN STYLE
May  12.���Following the'
iis ehVag-oment John Mc-
i policeman; acte'd as '
trouble.    He fotfnd it
came  his* way  in   varied  assortments
and   large   sized   chunks,   roaehlni;  a
climax when lie was fined ,1h for an
iu lying Miss Itose Conner).
HcbMp* that he was taken to a back
room and-, in the presnico of conrf of-
flctare, was given back'two rings and
other gifts he had made to Mfsfl Margaret Council, Rose's sister, who had
been bis fiancee. He gave a receipt
the g-rio.'s, growling and muttering
'while,   tnf'-burden' of  his   plaint
We (live Careful Attention
tp accounts, of corporations, iinns, and ,
Individuals, and .shall  be jjieasej)  fo,\
meet  or .correspond  wRh   those  who
contemplate making changes qr open ,|
Ing npw noconnts. , j
If ,you liavei)'t a  Pavings Account. S.S.
NOW ls,tl|e(be8t time ,to sti-rt oye _    |
The Royal Bank of Canada
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple   screw,   14,900  tdns.
,Un.orporated J!v69)
MEGANTIC���   ,
Twin    screw,    14,900   ton..
largest   and   most   mpdei n
commodption equal  \o any
ing the Atlantic.
ii- i
TM
eron
for
the
being "I'll eel
ll  gj'l  evt
s flnallv
ven with vou vet.''
PndWeed1 to lea' e the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        Still    lit    e-JM...
dtuk warnings of future eventualities.
Capital   Paid-Up      $ 5.000,000
0.��'.rV��     ,        5,700.000
Total  Assets   .'  70,000,000
deserted1     'J',  ",'f     , ,
. , tjelfehnonidoa, anirry nnd
New,
W'pRtm'Hst'-r    H.
v    p.   CMl'j-rP-
C.  rtrnWh,
Ma'nagtr.
For Rates and Tickets Apply l��
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
���-���Li-LLE-i���I ���-J-J-^" .. ?��� .' Ji  ^
ir cl
vie
an
1111
LAND  ACT.
Fort William, May 12.7-Paul Ma-*
longe, eleven years-old, r&bretf"several
local launches of fixtures, then st.ole-
a tug to 'entry. otT his Ifcot. > His plrj
atical career ended Ignominously in'
jail, the lad belnffWrested.
Malonge stole -tli* tug Despatch and
finding himself Incapable of handling:
it either ran it aground purposely or
allowed It to drift ashore. Then he
got ashore and took a street car
home.
On the night the boy took the tug
; he annexed/OVerythlng In slglit of any
[value,   including an   ignitlonf dynamo
costing: ill tbo neighborhood of twenty-
Soon after he left the
Prince  Rupert  Nomina'ions
The following nominations fo
honors   In    1'iince   [Vuperl     ate
pounced: >
For  mayor���Fred     Storft.     Wll
Manson. M.P.P.1 and T. i>. Pattullo.
For ofder.mon-i-T. ,Y.McKay. 'C. \V.
feck, II. Douglas. \V. P. Lynch, 0. It;
Naden.i Dr. rWl lb Claytbn, Dr. Mc-
Inlyre, M; M. Stephens, A. Barrow,
Geoqge Arnolt, Dr. W.'l. QiiIhIihi, (',.
\V. Morriscy, Joljn A. KUkpatricfl{. V.
VV. Smith. p.I. Y. Hnclifstor. Dr. , Tre-
mtiyne, fTj D. i'attulln. J. 1 F. Macdon-
ald, .Joseph Merryflqld, Alfred Cruris,
Thomas I}nnn. F. H. xMobley. F. fllild-
redge. J. |C, McLennan. George K. McMillan and Frank Hart.
NOTICE.
CAPE'BRETON   18
RICH
Take -notice that I. Grace Ciulcl:-
shtink, of Matsqui. li. ('., farmei's Wife.'
Intend to apply to' the t'ommlsslon. r
of Lands and Works. Victoria, for a
llcptipe to prospect for coal and petrol-
runt on and under the fol lowing described, lands;
'Commencing nf  ' a    post,    marked'
Grace' Cnilcksbank's. oil  .\". F, corner
set of tfie' Section  line between Section . 28   and  20,   Tp.   M   New   Westminster District, about. 10 chains porth
1 of tlie   S.   10.  corner  of    Section,  2!>:
' tlience soiiili one mile; then west op<>
j mile; then north one mile;  t .eh
one mile lo tbe
[ment;  GH'1 ncrfeiv     ^^^^^^^^^_
ORACF CRTTICKSHANK,
Matsqui,   April   18,'  191(1.
one mile;   theh east
point of c'omtn. nee
sUmates Given. ph. ���    :'p
j. mm & sm
PAINTERS,   PAPER HANGERS  A^1
DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, between Second.1!'
en ue 41ml Third  streets.
NFW  \VUSTMINSTKK.     :- B C
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENlAU
,      PAINTING.
Old NewsBJock, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Th��o. P. Young, Prop.
IN MINERALS' ^
3?
Sydney, CK, May 12.���Dan S. Itfac-
Donald, a prominent resident of Skir
Dhu, North Shore, St. Ann's, advises
that there are In that vicinity valuable
mlperal leads carrying gold and copper, find silver and lead, and gives as
New  Westminster  Land   District
District   of   New   Westminster,
Take  notice   that  James   Bateman, three dollars.
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, stone- dock Uie steam,., ln the boiler.^o.t low , , ^^^^���--
cutter, Intends to apply for permission  and  npt knowlhg how  to  r. ariijmlate his ppinlon that t.lf} soctljm of the is
to  purchase   the   following  described the Injector eitjier found d.ut th^ Bt.ate land ;is richer'by far in undeveloped
lands: I of  affairs ��tp9 jl ate fthorebr  being', at mineral we.-iltb tlmn, any other district
Commencing  at  a  post  planted  at  the'merry of tl.e wind or else beached in Capp Breton and bo ventures the
the southeast point of a small Island , the boaV lntehtionaHy. statement that his, locality fyjproaches
lying about 10 chains north of Nelson!    However,'when he found    that   he   **-.\.-*t , ,       ...
island;   tl
southerly
ence
and
northerly,
easterly;
shore to the jilace of jcommencement;
containing (i acres more or less.
'    JAMFS IfATRMAN,
, .     . . Applicant
JOltf; F. BAGOS
April 20, 1910.  f!i.,,    : Agent
westerly, ! could   not  pet  his   cargo , home  with-
ilong   the  out a. grqat; deal <JP troubleHift heaved
i It   overboard     and  also     deliberately
I knocked the steam guage off the boiler
of the  Despatch  and   throw  it  overboard with the lest of the valuables.
I    His parents say the lad is incorrigible.
-
even Cobalt in mineral richness, ,,���,,
The deposits in question are |n the
heart, of tha north shore mountains
and give promise for a veritable Eastern Canadian Klondyke. Mr. MacDonald about a year ago fixed a surface
lead In one of these mountains and obtained a quantity of very lino appearing ore.
Where Is New Westnilnstor?
.net Wo miles from ,,     ,.
"I    is    ��� 1   i
Thank yoti
About' nine
and
miles
EDMONDS
vbbre is   Vuncouver?
"om       '
EDMONDS
$jM$u
U:'
1
5^JV
:""i"V:T"T''"
'I
A beautiful situation;  one aero;  fl.r.OO; t>asy't^rms.v
A  genuine snap In a 7-roonied house ln choice situation.
���JuatllBted. 3 lots; below the market.   Quick for this.
Patterson Co'y
657  Columbia.
St.
Evenings  at
Phone 698
Edmonds���Phone  R  208:
i. FRIDAY,   MAY   13,  1910.
THE DAILY NEV/S.
QTt
* **tT,
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
notice that an application has
,,lo  to   register" Duncan   Bell
��� l,c. owner in fee simple, under
Sale Deed from E. A. Wilnjot.
,.   0f   dvki s,   V   Duncan-   Boll
irlng   date 'the' fi'.lh   day   ot
^    Lgo7,  of u-ll  and-sin. alar
.,,',, parcel or tract of  land i
situate, lying and being
trlcl   of  N<W   Westminster
i  e oi   British Columbia
. ly   kmrvui  and tlescrib- ,
,, iefl of the soutlieasi
.tion   18, Township  :l,
���  0�� i;rh Meridian.
those claiming through or
,   Bnd   all   poisons   claiming
. | [j] i n    i aid lan'd by v h tue
I,  ed  instrument, and
111 ��� mg  any  Interesl   in
I ,  di fi ent, vv hose title
, ,,. |    , ��� ,.|- the provIsions
, "Land lo'-"--11 .���' Act," are reoujr-
��� of the tax pur-
.iu loi-v I    ��� davs from tlie
j    ....   ,.,.-   | labcatloa of this
,     in  dclaiill   of a
,i  ot  ,.s  pendens
uc i i&rlod, or in
,,- ,.e |        liotl   i i .0t I M "is'tic
1(1 %,ai vv:11 be for-
rntl from Bet-
,     .,  to o    In reaped  of
. j   i   .ri .    register
flail   as  owner   thereof
I I I,,     , y ,,  ; .. thai pub-
:    , .,, u o [or thirty d o .;
, ,     i;     P, | |   hed in N'-.'
t, ,��� w h l e tood and Buttle-
,, i  ice ���'.:������'��� ���'.
(, | : i tl ij i ��� nd Ri l Istry Office,
mlrm'.i*., ' i Mice i"' Brilis'i
this L-Otli aa) of April, A,
WATER NOTICE.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
~^-
PACE SEVEN.
AA Li..
Notice  to  Contractors.
Notice is hereby given that an ap- j   .
plication will be made under Bart V. I
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a     Tenders  are required  for  the lay'
" in the Wesl minster Division of  ing and  grading of cement   Bidewalks
New Westminster District.
in) The name, address arid Bc'eupa>
flon of the applicant: Frederick W.
Siniih, residing at South Westminster,
P. 0. address, New Westminster, B, C,
dairymart. i
(hj The name of the lake, stream or
source (if unnamed, the   descriptftm
situate  on   ttdiiod Vr0
L
on .Tenth Avanue, Hamilton Street,
London- Street, Edinburgh Street, Dublin stieet, Seventh Avenue and
Eighth Avenue, all between Tenth and
Twelfth Streets; also Tenth Btreel bei
Ivvoen S.lxth and Tenth Avenues, Plans
can be seen and. specifications ob��
City Hall, April 25, 1910.
WIRELESS nwni
I  USED IN ENGLAND
"SALADA" is the same wherever or whenever
you buy it���always. of unvarying good quality.
> - *
the City Engineer.
is):  hn  unnamed spring
Subdivision 12 of Block i, Section 30 : The Invest or any tender not nee-
Block 6, No-th Range 2, west, New essartt. accepted and any tender aci
Westmlnste ��� Dist.ict. copied to in conditional upon the passj
(c) The point of diversion; About ing of tlie Local Improvement Bylaw!
the centre of said Suddivision j.% Tenders to be accompanied by a
lovuieij by .1. J-:.  Murphy )1 | marked   cheque  for   live   per  cent,  of
��� (dl/i'lie quantity of watej; applied the amount of Tender an! marked
fo? iin cubic feet per second): One-"]' 'Tender for Sidewalks," and delivered
sixtieth 11-60). to the undersigned  n i'  1 it  ,   than  .
iei Tiie character of tbe proposed  o'clock on May 23, 1910
works:    A pn -. m. wkt^rWoris sy'stem
thWuigh a 1-inch pipe carried fro ������
Subdivision r; It ai i. eant'is property, |
which adjoint. WATER NOTICE.
ni The premises on which the wat- ���	
ei- is to be used idi crlbe same): Notice Is isreiry-felven that t appll
Subdivisions 6 and 6 of Block 2. t-'ec. .Jlion w"l he made i:. i,i Pari V. o]
tion 30, I -'->������ i 5, Moi tb Range 2, west, tb "Water Ac! ,���. .," tp ofol iin a li-
Nevv \V<   ��� iij trlcl
Gloucestershire Mali Makes
* ......
���  ���	
Successful    Experiments |
With New Invention.
W. A.'lH'XCAX. City Cl
irk.
1 ��������� i Tl e   pui . ,i   which    the
"���  'i'i   to be i   ed     For agt Icultural,
dalrj in" and d n
11.1 Thl j nol   ��� posted on the
2nd  day of Mav, Lfljo, and .<;���; li     I    ���
will be made to the Conmrreilithier 6n "f source hMI   unnamed,
I  i  ���  h day of June, 1910, al 2:30 p.m.  lion Is):  Spring on Lot
(1)   (live the names and addresbeij  Subdivision of Lol 30.
cense In tbe Soul li Wesl nln   er iiiv i-
sion  of New Wi Dlsti let.
(a i    Tbe name, d oci upa*
tio:.  ol   the appllcaii ..i.i.
occupation, dalrj i;.1; and farn Ing.
i b)   The 'name of tbe lai e, 11 ie mi
the  di sei ip-
11,  Block 2i
>
lit:
To t
lb* (
liabllit
i    S. KEITH,
1 |?trlcl Rj glstrar,
ada !'������ '���' ani nl  I        & >;>v-
,   oppi nhi Imei    Bro   .   Ltd.,
c. \v. Leishman; J, \V, Hew-
bf an*' nlparlan propi letors tor llcdnsi i s
win.,  or  w.hOi'.Q  lanes  are  likely  to  In
affected by ii..> proposed works, eUhei
aho'.e or below the outle): None.
F. W. SMITH.
Box 536, N'ew Westminster. B, C
IT   PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
H   *L DAILY     'NEW
jiemaHYEE kee & co.
TAILORS
IBK^<&45��
0(    more   attractive   trip
���   St   Lawrence up to His-
<*. ���     Next   Linpress  sails
'a     For reservations and
Ij   to
ED. GOULET.
C.P.R. Agent.
Westminster >
ransf er Co.
|ce Tbons 1IB.      Barn 'Phoue 137
Columbia Street .   ,
fn. i. ���   deliver* .    promptly    to
any part of the city.
jht and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Suits Cleaned and'Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block       P. 0. Box 644
mi Tlie point of diversion: At the
spring.
id) X he quantity of water applied
for i In culdc fi et per second): One-
eighth   cubic   foot.
le) . The character of the proposed
works;   Tank   at   spi ing,   pipe   from
"| tank  to  dwellings.
v (g) Thefpurposes for which the
glwater ig to] be used: Dwellings,
_  dairying and stock.
Ik) . This notice was posted on tho
::nth.day of April, 1910. and application will lie made to the commissioner
on the Slit day of May, 1910.
iii Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licens
ees   who  or  whose   lands
are likely
to, be effected by the proposed works!
either "above or  below    the    outlet}
COAL
- New    3"
Wellington
t. i
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
None.
April  30, 1910.
J. E. MURPHY,
New. Westminster'.
"YOU  NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be %���-��� to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
rrsulf���goed, coal In your <$eb
lar at short, njptice. Also, iur
phone is iu good order, and
their numbers,are 15 aqd 16.
C<>al procured here ls cracllV
jack coal, however secured.
GILLEY PROS., Ltd. j fflitfptid
���  T '  * ��� -91 east- quarter "sc
>***
*a*********************************************
[STORE, BANK FITTINOS
IAND   OFFICE Til 1 ll>VlO
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAIL-
INGS-1-ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
fNCW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY ^
J.  BROOKES, Proprietor ��
WORKS-Corner  Eleventh and Carline. PH��NE ��73     \
^*************a*********** *************************
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
P. Burns & Co.
E. C. Traves, Manager.
* ?Ww(fe IO!."   "'     *'-   645 COLUMBIA STREET.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
TAKE NOTICE that an application
ills been hiade to register the Corpor-
' ution of the Township or District of
I S-u.iiey as the owner in fee simple, un*
!d-->r a T;.x Sale Deed from the Kceve
; and t''.erk of the Corporation of the
Ti>-��r.s-l-lp:or District of Surrey to the
CoipDi.-itli i   of the Township or Diffl
itricL of Surrey, bearing dates of the
j 21st  day  of October,  A.l).,  1906 and
i 31st day of December, A.D., 1901, of
- all   and   singular  that  certain  parcel
or tract of land and premises situate
: lying and being in the District of New
��� Westminster, in the Province of Brit-
isv. Columbia, mote particularly known
and described as:     Lot  1 iu subdivi-
I sion 24 of block 1 of section 30, block
B  north, range 2 west;  lots 8 to 17,
i inclusive, of subdivision 23 of section
i 16, block'*, north range J west;  lots
115 to 21, inclusive, block at of south-
least quarter section 4, townsliip 9;
' lots  6,6. and T, in subdivision 23 of
| section lfi, block  5,  ad. th. range 2,
I west;   lots 22 and 23, in subdivision
I 23 of section 16, block 5. north range
west;  lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11,
12, block 4 of lot 3S7A. group 2; lots
'e, block  14 of south-
section   4,  townsliip  91
i lot 5. block 3 of lot 387A, group 2;
M6t 38, block 2 of lot 3S7A, group 2;
! lots 21, 22, block 3 of southeast quarter section 4, township 9; lots 18, 19,
block 2 of southeast quarter section
14,   township  9;   lot   22,  block  IG  of
i southeast quarter Bectlon 4, township
'0, map'519; lot 23, block lfi of southeast quarter section 4 township 9.
!     You and those claiming through or
under you  and  all  persons claiming
any interest in tbe said land by virtue  of  any.  unregistered, instrument,
and all persons ojalming any interest
', in  the said land' by  descent,  whose
title Is not registered under the provisions Of the "Lapd. Registry  Act."
are required to contest tho claim ol
tbe  tax  purchaser  within  forty-five
davs from the day  of the llrst  publication ot this notice upon you. and
In  default of a caveat or certificate
of lis pendens being filed within such
period,  or   in  default   of  redemption
1 before, registration, you and each ol
| you will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to
1 or in respect of the said land, and 1
' shall register The Corporation of the
I Township   or   District   of   Surrey   as
'ownerJ thereof in fee.    And 1 hereby
'order that publication ot this notice
1 for thirty davs ln a dally newspaper
I published  In   New   Westminster  will
be good and sufficient service thereof.
I .Upd at the Land Registry OflieO,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 29th day of March, A.
D.!, 1910. I
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar,
To David Miller. William A. McCdj
lam, Angus Mclnnes. T. G. Stark, Wffl
liam Davis. Henry Fraser, Henry
Kells, Harold Ponsford, Allen Spier*
Ge'offee St^n'e. ftorieli Liyness, Margaret G.'Cooper. John Roberts, Richard
HpsH.ing, Huijh T, Crossley, John ^
llunter.
London. May 12    The wireless telephone, which has long been the dre im
oi ia, - a\o\ s  se p,i   I a '.:.��� ��� e bei Q
i'i   .   I h ti .,ii.r,'. ins,
G   .Mi II    Slattl i ws,   a    Gloui e I  r-
;i an v,bo, i-'.er since b    ���'..;��� ten
: ���       of' age, has been i sp i Iment ing
ii- ni it) in.il .'.ho, on r< aching
i |ie ye n b of dlsaretton,    bi c une   an
i        ical  i ngineer, claims   rto    have
i:i ,-i nti I :: be epbone n hitch sv ill woi k
:      n tl a revolution In this method
rn' communication us the MarCoril system lias a c impllshed  in telegt aphy.
lien i |egt aphy  was  ai
ti' ��� i��i lotted "ii n commeictal basis
[Mr. M dire ited I Is i ttentlon
to accomplish the win h ss transmls-
ol spee sh, After experiments
., ��� i. icuple. nine vein.- and
I ,-ed a considerable i spenditure
he has evolved Instruments which
i    ke tiiis possible.)
rp to the present :tiine communication lias been established oyer a dls-
tance of half a mile In one of the busiest pints of London, and yesterday a
���dbmonstratlon was :-u��� h at it1 oad
su,, I house which proved at any rate
that ciii\, i''satidn could be'carried on
between bcop'e ta rooms far distant,
with as much facility as by the ortlin-
' ary telephone.
The   apparatus .consists   of  a  box
.containing a transmitter and receiver
with   the   usual   telephonic   accoutrements.    A   cable,  some   IS fer-t    In
j length, is attached  to either  side of
tic box so as to form a circle. The Invention  is in  no  way  an  adaptation
I of principles tilreaily in use, and it, is
easily capable of proof that Mr.i Mut-
. thews' apparatus does not depend upon Hertzian .waves or induction pi inei
', pies.   No internal or high poles with
earth  connections are required    and
1 tb�� energy,������ Mr. Matthews says, is re-
: floctive and sent out in a similar man-
iner to the rays of a searchlight.
The importance of telephonic com-
; munlcatlon' as compared    with    tele-
i graphic signals requiring cK-pTt. opera-
i tors to dispatch anH receive them,' is
��� obvious.   Moreover, it can be used for
, purposes to which wireless telegrahy
i cannot,, be  applied.,1 Amongpt   .these
i may   :iii��'   Bientioaed    comiiitmication
| from land or from a warship with a
l sMh-marlne  in ��� action:    to establish'
'. rpeech  between    moving    bodies    o/
' troops, acting in  tb9 field; (io ,speak
to sTiips at sea. or from sfiiti to ship,
to communicate With airshipte or aeroplanes;   to speak from a house to a
motor car in motion.
'.mim^M&m��fflEn&.::!m:i
its native purity and garden freshness is perfectly preserved in sealed "SALADA" Packets.
 Black, Hixcd and Xatural Grceu,;43c, 50c, COc and 70o per lb.  r
9
Something Unique Is
ans
Coconut Cream
cing
For
Cake
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.   MADE OITLT BT
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO 3
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X   May 18th      ||4J
HARRY TIDY,  Manager.
One Night |
May 18th    ���
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Mort H  Singer Pi. esents
HENRY WOQPRUI*^
-IN-
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I The Prince of To-N:
MORE GOLD IN RHODESIA.
; Rich Provinc�� in South Africa ia Scene
of  Cold   Rush.
Salisbury,   Rhodesia,    May    12.���A
great deal of interest has been occasioned locally by the news of the discovery  of gold  in  a  new  district  of
Rhodesia, viz.. tlie Marandellas. about
: thirty miles southeast of Salisbury.
A number of claims have been pegged on what is unquestionably a freshly found gold'belt. The formation ts
described as schist, but the properties
are being pe. ged out on banded ironstone.    Assays of the sample brought
into Salisbury have shown good values and   some' specimens,    probably
only very exceptional ones, bave ranged as high as forty ounces to the ton.
The discovery is regarded as of con-
i sl.lerable importance, well suited  for
successful working, and is one of the
I most accessible and healthy in Rhod-
! esla.    A large number of prospectors
have left for tlie district.
Somri idea of the mining activity in
southern Rhodesia, especially In Mash-
rinaland,  may  be  gathered  from the
, figures supplied , by the mining com-
I missioner for the period from January
i to December. 100!.- In that time 3350
j prospectors' licenses were Issued by
ithe   Salisbury   office,   against  GOT   in
1908.    In the Salisbury district alone
10.145  claims    were    registered,    as
against 790 ln the previous year, the
total claims now current being 11,988,
as against 2797.
A Musical Gem' in a Beauty Setting \
Direct from 200 nights at Princess Theatre. Chicago a
��� ������������ ������r~   ���
t       Entire free list suspended for this protection
\ Seats on Sale at Tidy's Florist Store, Friday Next
X ; ; ���... .   G   ... .. i
* The curtain will positively* rise at 8 otlock. ' No-
ushering during first act.
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E. A. GREAME ���
REAL ESfATJE1'"1  K   7
Fire, Life, Accident iand Marine
INSURANCE
AGENT FOR THE SUN FIRE INSURANCE  OF  LONDON,  ENG. '
.(Established 1710.)-
AGENT   FOR THE   ALLIANCE   INSURANCE COMPANY OF
PHILADELPHIA
'ji ! r: i.. ���,     	
Trapp Block. Columbia St. .New Westminster.
Phones: Office, 653; House, 158. P. O.  Box 952.
C.  P.  R.
ROUTE   THROUGH
STATE   OF N��W  YORK
j    Albany,   N. Y.,    M4y-12.���Senator
Gardner, of Amsterdam, Kew York, to- !
jday   introduced   a  concurrent  resolu-
\ tion designed to permit the New York
& Canadian Pacific Itailway company
Ito  complete  tbe  construction  of  its
proposed now standard  guage steam
railroad   extending   across   tbe   state
' from Mew York city to tjie Canadian
,Iine.   ,       J.lfii       ).��j;        jj
For several years bills to extend the
i time  for the conwaletlojv of- the con-
'structKm of Mie rbad havS been  be1-
I fo're   the   legislature   but    were    not
eijiicted".,' fhe rjfscjlutfqif,, .which > was
ffterrea  to  the judiciary  committee,
| authorizes, the company to take step*
jpecessta-y fdr  tlik. tompletion -of iti
! line and  the public service commis-
1 sion is directed to issue rsuch certlfU
j ctttes of necessity which' shall facill-
! ttrte the construction work.
I i Power.aijt} autbo.Ity \i given the su-'
preme court to hear orders upon ap-
! plication of the company to enforce
\\\e provisions of the resolution.
'T'.v,	
tfimoprr Search  Newcomers for Weapons.
Toronto,    May    12.���Radical    mea
Tenders  are called  for excavatink  sm-es to protect citizens    from |'^he
[on the corner of SiKth and Cariiarvop , nifinaco 0f    foreigners    armed    with
jptreet^ and ,mu8t be: sent in not latent; weapons were suggested by the grand
than 12 o'clock noon on Wednesday, j jury in the criminal assizes ln their
May 11, 1910. presentment to Mr. Justice ftlddell a)t
Specifications  can   be  seen  at  tlitt , the  closer-of  their  duties ,yeaterdi\jv
'otl)ce   of   the ,Domlplon  Triifit   Conji ( and  in ^reDij'v his  lo;-fls)ilpi suggesteff.
1 pany1, Columbia ^tVefct.     T\ f] ���    the stripping'and searching for wea-
T. R. PEARSON. V pohs of all  emigrants  entering  Can-
��� ___S afta.
Ne,w Westminster, May.", 11)10.
v t-
Maybe You Have
Noticed
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That we are offering some Cheap
J   fiuys in Sapperton
��� i
We have Lots on Buchanan street,
Hospital street, and Blair Avenue.
From $425.00 to. ��525.00 and only
$25.00 to handle them.
Also a Splendid Corner on Brunette St.
66ft. Lot with 6 roorti house (2 yrs. old)
' I  ' '���" 'm a       I ...
Price ii' Low, Term* Easy, . '��� 14 _,';
The Craig Realty Co
hoom  8,  Thomsori  Block.   I ���" Phone 629
ew Wesftinister, B. C.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,   MAY   ||   ,,
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and WINDOWS
All   Sizes   and   Prices
Call  and  See  Our  Stock
Anderson
&
Lusoy
COLUMBIA  STREET.
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The Westminster Modern
Business School
A business education should be purchased once: therefore you wan to he
practically instructed in tlie branches
which are used in every day business
life, and at a minimum cost. Not only
do our students get the best to be
obtained but also the benefits of our
efforts  in  securing positions.
REMEMBER, WE ARE OPEN FOR
DAY SESSIONS THE ENTIRE YEAR.
A. L. BOUCK,
610    Columbia    St.
Principal.
Simmers' "Toronto Parks"
Lawn Grass
Seed
is the Best. What
is thjs sense of sowing inferior seed
We protect our customers by destroying all old seed.
Spectacles 50 cents up
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcaes for Ladies from %,2-H
op.
Silver Watches,   gents'   open face
96.00.
Silver Watches,  gents' open   case,
17.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Elgin
.'atehes.
| .itch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
ST0RAG!
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
The issue of The Canada Gazette,
the official organ of the Dominion,
which came to hand yesterday and
which contains a notification of the
death of King Edward VIL, has a
| deep black border on every page. Tins
publication will appear with the same
heavy border for the next six months.
The   legal   firm   of   Wade.Whealler,
McQu&rrie   &    .Martin   is   now   established   in   Rooms   7   and   8,   Gulchon
[Mock,   corner  of   Columbia   and   McKenzie streets.    Phone 47. **
Dr. Porter will speak in the schoolroom of the Queen's avenue Methodist church at hall past eight o'clock
this evening on the subject of tuberculosis and its cure and prevention,
the talk being under the auspices of
the Anti-Tuberculosis society. Dr, Pagan, of Victoria will also make a
few remarks. The: < will be no admittance fee.
I lave thai cup of ",; ia" at the
"Royal." We are now In our new
place, a nice, quiet cool place to have
Ice Cream and Cake. All our Fresh
Crushed Fruits are in. Step In on
your way down town today. The
Royal Cafe. **
Memorial services for the late King
Edward VII. will he held in Holy
Trinity cathedral at 2:30 p. in. on
Friday next, when Ven. Archdeacon
Pentreath. of Vancouver, wlll deliver
an address. Invitations to attend have
been issuel to the mayor tind members of the city council and to the
Dominion and provincial government
officials. Special anthems appropriate
to the solemn occasion will be rendered by tlie choir.
Express and Baggage.    Phone Wm.
Medley, 421. **
Money to loan on well improved
city property. Can take on several
good propositions now. W. J. Kerr,
���114 Columbia street. **
Mrs. J. E. Insley left on last night's
G. N. H. Owl train for Bellingham,
where she will spend a few days.
A payment of $25 procures a lot in
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
& Kennedy, Ltd. These lots are in
great demand. **
For a pleasant cool drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. **
-Miss Thelma Insley is visting relatives in Vancouver for a few days.
Spring is here���how about those
plants for the gardfen? Tidy, the
Florist, can suit you to a T in anything In that line. *��
See ,1. A. Motherwell for Fire, Accident and Automobile Insurance. Room
4. Merchants Bank Building. Phone
591. **
The Hassam Paving company resumed operations on the Columbia
streeet pavement yesterday. They
have been held up for a few days on
account of tt lack of rock of a suitable quality.
See J. A. .Motherwell for Fire, Acci-
4, Merchants Bank Building. Phone
dent and Automobile Insurance. Room
591. **
The annual church parade of the
Knights of Pythias will be held on
Sunday, May 22, to St.. Stephen's Presbyterian church. Rev. Dr. T. Ward-
law Taylor, one of the members of
the order, will preach.
Panama hats cleaned, and blocked.
Phone R 278, Royal City Cleaners and
Dyers. **
The resolution of sympathy for the
royal family which was passed at the
last meeting of the council was
draughted yesterday by Assistant
City Engineer Stewards-on and far-
warded  to London.
Have you a bouse for sale? I have
the buyer. S. Fader. Phone 712.
Dean block, opposite Bank of Montreal. **
Anything in our line 10 to 20 per
cent,   saved  for   vou.    Fales. **
Mr. Salisbury, manager of the Juvenile Bostonlans, who are appearing
here in musical comedy under the
auspices of tiie Native Sons on May
24, was in town yesterday completing
arrangements for his company.
Phone 121 for prom
; press and baggage.
it delivery ex
ro   Furnish  an Ofiice.  see
i Fales.
W.   E.
**
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
Applications will be received by the
undersigned up to 12. noon, on Saturday. May 21. l'.nO, for the position
of Auditor for the Municipality of
Burnaby.
C, T.  SAUNDERS,
C. M. C.
Municipal   Km I.  Edmonds,  B.C.,
May U   l'.'lO.
Linemen on the B. C. E. R. were
engaged yesterday in put ting tip a
v.i-.c for ow.v li.e new Hack on the
north side of Columbia street. In a
few days the cars wlll be run over
this line for a short distance in order
that the street on the south side may
be dug up for the new pavement,
For spring plants or cut flowers,
phone Davies' Greenhouse, R208.     **
The B. C. E. R. has put on a fine
car for tho milk train which runs In
from Langley over the new line every
morning.
See Fales for Bed Lounges. Guaranteed goods at prices cheaper than
the cheapest. **
Bryant, the man accused of stabbing a C. P. R. (lining car conductor
near Mission a few weeks ago, will
come up for election this morning.
The tugs which were compelled to
tie up with their swifters below the
bridge yesterday afternoon on account
of the swift water were able to get
up the river last night. Two tugs
went to the Brunette mills and three
to the Fraser river mills.
South Westminster property is
handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy,
Ltd. Call In and see them, and they
will put before you some good things.
Bohemian Cafe
Depot Hotel. ��� Opp. C. P. R. Station.
35c -Merchants9 Lunch - 35c
From 11:30 to 2:30
FRIDAY,   MAY   13,   1910.
SOUP
Clam Chowder Consomme
FISH
Fried Codfish, Tartar Sauce
SALAD
Lettuce and Potato with  Mayonnaise
ENTREES
Boiled   Tongue,  Horseradish
' Stewed Brisket of Beef with Onions
Clubhouse Sausage a la Jackson
Macaroni tind Cheese a I'ltalienne
ROASTS
Prime Ribs of lieef au Jus
Leg of  Lamb,  Mint   Sauce
Loin of Veal. Sage Dressing
VEGETABLES
Steamed ami   Mashed  Potatoes
Stewed Beans
DESSERT
Pumpkin. Apple and Raisin Pies
Blanc Mange Pudding, Custard Sauce
Tea
Coffee Milk
Dinner from 5 to 8
If you want something dainty and
appetizing or are in a hurry phone
702 and your order will be ready when
you arrive at The Bohemian Cafe.
J.   P.   CASH,   Proprietor.
IT  PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE DAILY NEW
COME AND
SEE US
In Our New Quarters In the
DEANE BLOCK
Four  Doors   East   of   Bank   of
Montreal
We Have Just Received a Fresli
Stock of Popham's Chocolates
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Columbia St.   New Westminster.
ARGAIN
<VJ
10 Acres extra good land, 3
acres cleared; seven roomed
house, bath and pantry, hot
and cold water. One mile
from electric tram. Price
$3500. Terms, $500, balance
easy terms.
APPLY TO
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
Regular $18 00 to S25.00. A  Friday and Saturday offering from the   suit   Bectlon.    $6.75   is
away below cost  on every  suit.   A glance a. them will reveal thai  they are so lowly  priced
stand to lose    But that is neither here nor there���we find It necessary to pul a price upon thi
will sell  them  quickly.    Friday and Saturday's sale of these nuns will Burely clear them out, Ma
are Homespun. Venetian and Tweeds.   Colors are Grey, Fawn, Wine,   Navy and   Black.
16 and iv yens in Misses' and|34, 36, 38 and   10 In Women's. Regular values $18 to $25.     E    .
Saturday, only 	
Childrens Lace Hose 15c per pair
Regular 25 and 30c values. Nothing else 'hae a cl anup of
odd sizes left over from lasl season. Our complete now range
will be here in b few days so these old lines must go nt the
price asked. The entire lot will be cleared out before Saturday
night. Sizes are 5% to 8 inches: in Tan and Black, Secure
several pairs at this price;   per   pair    1jc
New   Hair Trimming   Accessories
Art offers many aids to attractive hair dressing, and we are
showing all the latest accessories to the prevailing styles, turbans, rolls, etc.���simulating nature to a degree which defies detection���Just the proper adjuncts to give to the coiffure the collect contour for the new  millinery.
See these clever aids to smart hair dressing���you will be sur
prised  and  delighted  at the  opportunities  they  afford.
New turbans, real hair switches, rolls, pads, combs, barrettes,
hair nets in new styles with pin attached, etc, etc. A special department full of new Ideas.
The Housekeepers Opportunity
White Bedspreads $1.20
Each
",n only, white honeycomb and
Damask bedspreads. Sizes 60x
7^. 66x84 and 72x86 inches witli
fringed or unfrlnged ends or
hemmed. These i|iillts are our
special $1X0 value for Friday
and Saturday. Your choice,
each       $1.20
Womens New
Lace Lisle Hose
50c per pair
A shipment just In ml Is to
our hosiery section many |ln< s
at present in meat demand.
These new Lisle hose are shown
in Bhadea of Old Rose Pink,
Sky, Cadet, Champagne, Grey
and Green, and White and
Bl ok. Sizes y 'j to in. spi -
daily   priced,  per  pair   ,.. 50c
���
THE
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HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL, QUEBEC
ESTABLISHED 1864
Capita! Paid Up���$6,000,000
Reserve Funds���$4,600,000
Total Assets (ever)$66,000,000
This institution is ore of the oldest, largest, and bfst-known Hunks doing business in Canada
Having It.", Branches from Quebec to Victoria and most satisfactory arrangements at all other
points,   it   has   exceptional   collecting ancl   exchange  facilities. 1
A   GENERAL   BANKING   BUSINESS   TRANSACTED.
I
Savings Bank Department
We give special attention to Savings Accounts. You may start an account with $1.00. Interest
allowed at highest bank rate, and added twice a year without application or presentation of
pass book. N'o delay in withdrawals. Two or more persons may open a joint account, anl With
draw.lt  by  individual cheque.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENING 7 TO 9 O'CLOCK
For the convenience of our customers and to give the working man tin opportunity of depositing
his   savings,   this  ofiice   will   be  open   for   business  on   Saturday evenings from 7 to !> o'clock.
We will be glad to have  the  public  call   and  inspect   our   new ollice.
New Westminster Branch
H. A. Adams, Manager
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