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 Ocean Park
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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E   ROCK, ' THE   PLACE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
ILUME
NUMBER   HI-
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, MONDAY, MAV 30, 1910.
EIGHT PAGES.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
[p MURDERER IS
SENTENCED TO HANG
r Killing Countryman,
Ljj3himaru Will Pay Extreme Penalty on July|22.
|fH,r helng out twenty-four minutes
I j  the Jury in the case of
r.   ,.���  accused of the murder oi
(Bhl,aWa, broughl In a verdlcl of
, judge Clemenl condemned
e,  to be hung on July 22.
MATCH    PLAN i    BURNS.
Fire Does $.?5,000 Damage to Factory
In   Selkirk.
Selkirk, May 29.���Fire lasl nlghl
completely destroyed the plant of the
Selkirk .Match company, The loss is
$25,000, with Insurance <>r $2,000, As
ibe stock was largely held bj li cal
people and the insurance is a very
small percentage of the loss II is not
li! i ly thai it  will be rebuilt here
Tbe Insurance was placed with the
Phoenix Insurance company, of Btook
lyn.  .--i__ t_\
MUST LOWER RUSTS
ON BARQUE BABIECBEN
POLiCt BREAK l\?       UNSKILLED LABOR IS
FINE COCKING il!N NEEDED IN CALIFORNIA
Officers  Secure   Names   of If Agitation Drove Out Jap-
Fifty   "Sports"    Before]    anese,  Some   Other Like:
Their Presence is Known       Class Would be Needed.
ROYALS GET FOUR BUT
VANCOUVER GETS MINE
RAINS   KILL   t IKES.
Forest El.izcs in Manitoba Are Extinguished by Precipitation.
Daupbln, Man.. May 29.���Heavy
rains in the northern country on the
line of the Canadian Northern railway
in tbe Mistalim and Swan river districts   have   practically     extinguished! ____*.-,-
the forest ares which have been ra.- j Saturday s Lacrosse   Matching for the past few days. The Great
west Lumber company lost three mil-     Was Played in a Swamp
lion logs. '
Iinisoii-.   --_____m  ^h_
1 . cnii'iice was read OUl  an.l
L eted the prisoner betrayed but
emotion, bul   the  finish  i f the
had  quite  a  different
���   e Clement, who, after
entence  of  death, covin llh his blinds and was
.   rfi  ted.
Judge Visibly Affected.
the   sentence Judge
,nl  thai   be  hoped  thai   the
���  would do something
Is puttlD   a stop to driklng in
i ips.
. jUry   whli h    found   the   man
, wns , ed  of  the  follow*
ky, ii. Barge foreman; V. Aitchl-
|y, Bailey, V. Allen. K.  W. Aris,
Armstrong, A.  Baker, W. A,
S. .i. B tes, J. s. Adshead, D.
; Charles Buckle.    None
ri   nlents  of   N'ew   West-
jf, but all come from points in
ding district.
Story   of  th;   Crime.
��� ���   Bight oT Dec. IS, 1909, in a
��� ip near White l^ock, K(   go
a Japanese workman, mur-
fi How   workman   and   fellow
in,  Nisbizawa,  by  stubbing
���   '��  different   wounds  were
on the body.   When  Constable
arrived  on  the  scene  of  the
I lie suspected  man   had di I p-
..   but    two   days   later,    finding
|the police were close on his trail,
������   himseif    up   jn  Vancouver,
thai   he had stabbed a  man at
Rock and thou, lit  lie was dead.
e evidence  submitted  at   the
wliich   started  on  Friday   mom-
was shown that both  the (had
,nd the prisoner had been inioxi-
on the night of the crime.
of   the   witnesses   swore   that.
;awa,   the   murdered    man,   was
��� elsome when drunk.   During the
|Tng he had tlrown a boot at  the
m of the camp nnd  when  the
n objected he had followed vJth
'.er  one.    This   was   told   Nishi-
hen   he  came   in.     1 le   asked
a  why  he did  it  and  Nishi-
I him to mind his own husi-
���'.eieupon   there  ensued  a   vlo-
.   i el.  in  wliich  Nishizawa  was
Height   of   Wires   Were   Approved   by
City  and   Government Will
Not   Act.
The latest phase of the high wire
act which has been entertaining the
city for the past ten days is an order
from Ottawa to the effect that the
Marlechen will have to lower her tops
If she wains to make the Fraser River
Mills. This Information and decision
is based on the fact thai the Hritish
Columbia Electric Railway was given
permission to put Its wires at the
present height by and with the consent and advice of the city. Two tele-
mams were received on Saturday, one
by Mayor Lee and one by F. I*. Maxwell, secretary of the pilot board, and
in both messages the onus of the
trouble was placed on the city council.
On Saturday tl e Marlechen started
to take (.own her masts and will probably  proceed  to  the mills today.
A repetition of the impasse is unlikely ,as the mayor, the premlSfOI
the province and the minister of public works have all camped on TTie
trail of tbe difficulty and will not be
satisfied till the wires are raised
higher than the erics of the pilot
board and the wrath of Captain Torn-
qulBt,
Before another boat with bi.1i
masts conies up tbe river it is probable that the blame will be placed
where It belongs, the wires elevated,
the captain appeased, the mayor satisfied, the difficulty removed, the waters smoothed, the Hritish Columbia
Electric Hallway compensated, the
pilot board eased, and everybody
happy. .   .
Ottawa, May 29.���When Chh f Humane Inspector Lemoine and Inspector James Parkinson, of the Dominion
police, gol a tip this morning thai
there were a number of game birds
surreptitiously taken up the Gatineau
river, and that a number of the most
prominent "sports" In Ottawa and
Hull had been Been travelling in the
wake, they had no idea that they
would make such a rich capture as
the result of their raid brougHT to
them.
The names of over fifty attendants
at the light, as well as those of many
other   principals,   were   secured,   and
seventeen birds were confiscated.
Found  Main  in  Progress.
The two officers started shortly
after noon, taking tlie road up the
river and driving steadily until they
reached   High    Falls,   a   llttl
Bacrami nto, Cal., May 29.���Some
form of unskilled labor, such as is
now represented by thc Japanese, is
i i titlal for the contlnupnce ind development of the Bpe ialized agricultural Industry of California.
This is the broad conclusion of the
repni i oi the state labor c unaission. r
Jusi submitted to the governor on
the Japanese in California, which
was   prepared   after   over   a  year  of
FLOATER IN FRASER RIVER
on Recreation Park Site.
It's   an   even   race   for   the   B itislv.
WFPnnTFn  RY  Tilfi  HAPTAIW  Columbia lacrosse championship this
of tlie home team, judging by th ��� re-
  j suit of the tinec matches which have
Police Place Small Credence in Story.   '" en played so far this Beason.   Van-
' couver   has   won   twice   on   its   own
Believing  Thing   Seen  Was
a   Drifting   Log.
careful field work by a corps or spe-i ���           ��� .
cial agents among tne farms employ- The captain oi a small tug coming
Ing Japanese through the Fraser river bridge yes-
The   investigation    was   authorized "'llla-v evening reported to the police
by  act   of  legislature  just after  the that lie liad se''n ,hc l,ol-v of���IL man
anti-Japanese  agitation   in   California 8��ln8  down ",c  rlvfr  wl      ��!f 'I'l
in  1908-1909, and the report consists rent.   The   police    investigated,   but  ..~^.f.;...^^.~^^-_-
of over 200000 words   exclusive ot   L were   misinformed  as  to  where  the  ble scored Joi the first time since th��
',.-���' N"l('s'. exclusive oi a h      memory of man  runneth  not  to fife
mass Ol   tabulated Statistics. I boc1>   wdfa  bfen-  aml   D)   tle  l" ,     U'Ci     .nn,..irv       A   nin��   tn   four  annro   looker
The  So-called  Oriental   nroblem in   were shown the correct place the sup- contrary.   A nine to foui score looks
ne   so <aii, i   uncial     item  in . ,       bg   and   B big   aml lt wou|ci tal;e a.
Cahlornia  is  thoroughly  discussed  milled   bort>   was  alioin   a  nn      a.i.i a ���..���plinin���   ,n   ���..,,...    Cnn
., AZ , . ,      \ li-.lt' rlovvn   atie-mi  -inil   It   was  loo da! K    lot     OI     explaining     CO    (OllvlIKe     V,Ol��
the   report,   and   alter   searching   '-  ' ���i' ������� �����i" ��� " "i�� ��� �����
ground tind got walloped once over
In re, but as the lirst game was aa
exhibition affair it. does not count in
the percentage column.
Saturday's exhibition was Conducive to great deligi.t���among Vancouver fans, but there was nothing particularly rejoicing in it as far as the
Salmonbellies were concerned. The;
champions were beaten by the decisive score of nine goals to ,four���dou-
opposite Chelsea. Here "they "fount, the report, and after searching in-1 naua own ^-" " *����� - ��� - ^nerth"ar'lu^"0carried"hlsTe"am"t^
the cocking main in full progress, two ��Jj JJJ Zot'Z^Tto^ All tt. same the visitors.
battles having been pulled off, , commons, anas that some foi m of, miscellaneous material of all were up against a tough proposition
At the entrance to the grove the ff��� abor '""Kd\Ae o��KI1 ^dependent ���J����5^f��� the river at present in having to play on a ground that re-
two officers were be* u��� by a man %**����* "SSJBSS"^ th > 23tlCfs a�� s?ro��g ^bl./t/that Bembled a newly ploughed field when
5 tX SLSZ '��?��ftSTSSf SK ?o��r HSXEs^emXmen the body seen was nothing more than even an ,r���h hunter would have
25 cents admission fee fiom each absolutely necessarv to California's the trunk of a tree or some animal. , found it hard going
They refused to pay. pushing through �� absolutely necessarj  to canrornias                             evening the captain ofl             Dirty Day for Lacrosse.
��� i,��� r,.���r> ���a ti,ro,i<ri, ti,�� ���rm-��� vi..1.t fields, orchards and vineyard bidus- uur m uie utuub m.(������" ��� H .nnilitions conM
the gate and through the grove light citemrises are to ' another tug reported that he bad run! The climatic conditions could
to the pit where the birds were snug- ["^ ������ llehe ;asl enterprises are to                                           .                   h    scai.ecly have been worse for an ex-
.,1!,,., l bO   perpetuated   and   developed. i lnt0  a 0Ptlu  Pl*  ,u   U1L   '     e    .   .      , omnlifu-Hinn   nf   tho   rntionnl   nmo   nf
* g'        Bio  Crowd  There Tie  report is  of  the  opinion   that   time the body was supposed to have  ^J    Tri    Nl i       "J
Big  Crovyd  Thei e.                            |.,i,-,nUe who now nerfnrm M-tht ''>een seen, and tbe police accept this  Canada,    it, rain.d all morning   uieu
A crowd of over two hundred men   ��eJaP?���**n*��? *������?!;!"J,���^JiV* | aa the  most  probable explanation  of kept up tbe good work practically all
the mvstcrv ,lie afternoon, just letting up once in
The river Is very high at  present,  a while to make the public feel worse
but no one has been reimrted drowned  when Jupiter Pluvius opened up again.
or   missing   at   any   of   the   up-river  The  ground   at   Recreation   Park   re
aver   nro   iiiiiiiiieu   men     ---       '        ---    ���--- ��� ���  -;
watching   the  birds  in   '-v ,;""e tllan 5u Pel' ^n*- of }���������*
bor are second onlv to the Chinese
meeting these requirements.
LIBERALS ANNOYED.
Plan
to   Bring    About    Conscription
Raises   Much   Ire.
London.   May   29.���Intense     resentment  has been caused in Liberal circles  by  the revelation  that  a  move
found   cAa-*i  by  the  revelation  that  a  move-J.^ new    I)resi(k,nt    of    the London   witness the struggle.  Fewer \\ estnnn-
anner.   ment is on foot to exploit the mood of i M-tunrtjat conference which opens ln  ster people   went   over   than usual,
FAMOUS FIGHTER POINTS
PATH OF DOTY TO OFFICERS
..mention   of   the   Defence.
H       fence  Btrove  to  show  thai
^���< the ri s ill   of a genei" 1
:,  in   wliich   it   was   difficult   to
I   struck   tlie   flrst    1 low,   and
: oi d. in his address to the
Dtly   made   the   most    of
ire of the ca.se.
Utorney-general    McLean
a to the jury, called the
:   the   jury   to   the   savage
e  of   the   attack   on   Nishizawa.
��� .    liieially  cut   to pieces
Ills  assailant  escaped   without
��� |ury.
���  Clemeni made his remarks
: iving the jury an impar-
��� immary of the case.
I thi    I -i lence   had    bei II   BUffl-
���   lusive  in  the  opinion  'if
|urj \ - Bhown by ibe lengfh of
ii cot  Idered the case���twenty-
���, s
Another  Serious  Case,
irder   case    is   on
iday,    August   Charlii .
(Hi   used   of   the   murder   of
N Wade, a  logger.   Wade  met
���  silver Creek,  near  llar-
_- Laki    some   time   In   August
jLi'i been  working  wlKi  C.'iarlte
t>U8h, and one day  his burned
I1'-    mpo i l  body  was found  at
mP bj i oi ie prospectors,  Char-
J;"1 dlaapp, ired,    lie  waa suhse-
��iv located at Lillooet rive- by
" '"ul brought to the city,
Gen. French Reviews Montreal Troopr
���Calls Upon  Leaders to Be
Ever  Ready.
tho
. an
Montreal, May 29.���General French
reviewed the local brigade on Saturday afternoon on La Fontaine Park In
the presence of about ten thousand
people. The brigade turned out three
thousand strong and made an apparently favorable impression upon tlie
general.
After the march past the officers
were called into a circle and addressed
by the general, who pointed out fo
them that modern warfare was a new
thing and required much more from
the officers and men than that of the
past, and it behooved them, if thev
would do their duty by iheir own
country and be prepared to assist the
empire when In danger, to make
ready In real earnest.
After  the  review  General   French
left for Quebec.
were  intent .   ^^^^^^^^^^^^
the pit and the presence of tlie
eers was not noticed for a few minutes.   The gatekeeper arrived  in  the
wake of the constables, however, and
a general alarm was shouted.
There was a wild scurrying for cover and the audience soon melted into
the woods, but not before the names
of  over  fifty  had  been   secured.
The officers then proceeded to con
fiscate   the   birds,   which   they   found
tethered in the regulation m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Tbe pit consisted of inch boards set the nation resulting from The death
In a square of about three feet, the of King Fdward in the interests of
bottom being sprinkled with sand. I conscription. The proposal is that a
Case for Magistrate Now. j national   memorial   to   King   Edward
Summonses will be issued for those VII shall take the form of a voluntary
implicated in the main, and ihe case demand on the part of the people for
wilt likely come up before Magistrate universal military service, lt is argu-
Qoyette In a few 'lays. \*$b\ by  the  promoters  of the  scheme
At the morning service in Notre that universal military service is not
Dame church Rev. Father Duhaut conscription, and that it "would streng-
warned his parishioners against at- then and consolidate the Empire as
tending the fight, stating that the po- nothing e'se can. and thus make for
lice had warning that it was to take : richteonsriees and pence.''
place nnd urging them on no account i The fact is disclosed that before the
to attend. j king died a petition was in circulation
 | praying his majesty to take a stand in
Q D  qd l favor of universal military service. To-
p ' day the Liberal papers hotly denounce
'ay   29.���John   Gib-   this   petition,  declaring  that   if  mili-
' he London Rowing   tarists think the nuiet mood now pre-
is,     died   suddenly , vailing can be utilized to allay a poli-
,he ffieens in South   tical   crisis  by  forcing  peace   in  the
Mr.   direction   of  conscription    they     will
points.
sembled a prairie buffalo wallow, the
mud being ankle dee'i in spots.    No
wonder tbe boys could not get up any
speed.
^^^^^^^^^^ I    In spite of the inclement weather
London, Ont.,  May 119.���Rev.  R,  H.   Vancouver supplied    a    good,crowd,
Hamilton' Stowell   will   probably   be   somewhere about three  thousand, tD
' ������ ' -*        ii���     t j��_      n-ilnnec!   tlin   ctriiiroln       FoiVPr   Wponilin-
TWO   CANDIDATES   FOR
METHODIST   PRESIDENCY
Suddenly
London.   Ont..
son, a member (
and   Howling     c
while playing on   ^^^^^^^^^
London on  Saturday  afternoon
Gibson, wbo was seventy years of speedily be disillusionized. Tbe mat-
age was taking part In a game when , ter seems likely, unless the petition Is
he fell in whal was taken iff first to) at once dropped, to provoke a nation-
be a fainting fit. al uproar.
Methodist conference, which opens in ster people went over than usua ,
Chatham tomorrow, in succession to partly because of the weatuer. and
Rev. A. B, Birks, of London. Rev. partly because quite a number seemed
Reuben Millyard, of Godericb, is also I to have a "hunch" that it would be
^^^ Con Jones' day, and they did not feel
like  witnessing   the   slaughter.    The
| turnout of so many  lacrosse enthus-
I lasts on such a miserable day, augurs
| well   for  tbe  financial  success  of  lacrosse this season on this coast.    As
long   as   the   gate  receipts   keep   up
There   is   Utile   danger   of   anything;
serious happening to lacrosse in British Columbia.
Game   Was   olean.
There     was     comparatively     little
rough  play during the  afternoon,  although  a few trips ancl some rough
  checking escaped tlie eye of Referee
  | Billie  Ditchburn.    Still,  as   his   oeca-
Ottawa, Mav 29.-Hon. W. Temple- ^  color  blindness  is  impartially
man,  minister of mines, and Dr.  W.  distributed, there is little ground for
Brock   director of the geological sur-  hollering.    To   hear   the   crowd   and
vev. have heen visiting some of the  somp  ��f the  ''officials"   in  the oval
-: ...        ���   ,,      I-,,,-.,,,,   ct.orc : roasting Ditchburn here on the twen-
eastern  c ties  of  the   tinted  states,       r     P, u ��.
,    ,"J        ...   .. .    . ��� ; tv-fourth, no one would ever suspect
including Washington. ������������ ,'*___?-
The United States government has
mentioned  for  the  presidency.
CANADA AND U.S. TO HAVE
UNIFORM BUREAUX OF MINES
Hon.  W. Templeman Visits American
Officials to Discuss Exchange of
Information   and   Statistics.
Big Party of French Canadians
Comes to Work at Fraser Mills
'HE FESTIVAL   OF   EMPIRE.
" lnc��nvenience Caused Overseas
Visitors  hy  Postponement.
>n<!...   <.      ....     - y-
"ii. Mi
Id at ti.
Empire
have
I'ii; for
29.���It lias been com-
otlice of the Festival of
that 100.000 men and wo-
a various ways, been pre-
    the   pageant   of    London,
11 :w'as   to   he   the   central   feature
now  posi pone 1   until   next
to the death of King T5&-
ftitl
owln
mill
D��n
1000.
ner of people. /icutaUy
mt of employment Is sstlmnt-
Some I no South Africans
"'" t'&nadlans, b 'Sides many men
U'nneu fTOm New 2^,^   nmi
pnita, had arrived In England tor
J'"1'' purpose of representing their
���"""^ at  this  festival.    The  Vein-
���as insured against the death of
|lllll.   ' "   RI"U    ""'    f:"'   H'l0,',    0f
BRITISH   PAPERS CN
COMMERCIAL  UNION
London. May 29.���With reference
to the Canadian commercial negotiations the Mail says: "The UBnTtlTiWi'a
idea Is st ill closer commercial union
Iii Empire, but as years pass without
response from the British electorate,
hopes diminish and Ideal recedes. It
would he unwise for the British to delude themselves regarding permanency of present. Canadian sentiment,"
Thc Standard says: "The fact is
that Canada, having waited over thirteen years upon the convenience of
this country, can afford to wait no
longer."
The Telegraph says: "That in
human, economic force Canada is already more Important than any country In Europe outside first class pow-
I ers. There is something inspiring to
all countries In the manner ln which
Canada faces her tasks."
St.
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'"lie,
lv
"oi .far,.  Pioneer  Dead.
''"��� May 29.���Joseph Magee,
"U/'"i  Of St.   Boniface, for-
'"-"���   and   alderman   of   that
!l1 yesterday,
Vet
'ilia
It'll s,
'1'iilv
eran  Orangeman   Dead.
".     Man.,      *lt,
lay     29.���John
veteran   Orangeman
yesterday from
^^ died
a pirulytic
CHESTER   BEECROFT WILL
SEEK  DR. COOK'S RECORDS
New York. M*y7��.-Chester Bee-
croft, of Pelham Manor, V -i-i an
nounoed yesterday that he will saU
for Etah on .lane IB, with the Bernier
expedition to the Arctic in he hop;
of finding the records which Dr. v.
A. Cook says he left in the north, t
Is said he will be supplied with foods
by Dr. and Mrs. Cook. Beecroft has
been Interested in Arctic expeditions
some time and It was through his <**-
forts that the Esquimaux boy Mene,
sole survivor of the Peary expedition
cf 1898, was sent back north.
After completing on Saturday night
a journey of 3,000 miles, a company
of seventy-three French-Canadian
workmen will start work at the Praser
River Mills this morning. The whole
party, which was collected in tlie east
by Uev. Father O'Boyle, of St. Louis
college,and Mr. Theroux,of the Praser
Mills, consists of 170 people, including  women and children.
They eon.e mostly trom the Ottawa
and Sherbrooke districts and most of
them are relatives or friends of people
already  settle 1  at   the   mills.
The party  came  on  a  special   train
of  tive tourist  cars and  a number of
freight   cars  carrying   the   effects   of j
the  settlers. :
The party left Ottawa on Monday |
night and were practically only five
days on the trip. They came through
at express speed, stopping three
hours in Winnipeg and not more than
half an  hour anywhere else.
Tbe train was known among those
on board as the honeymoon special.
as there were no less than five newly
married couples on board. Decisions
were made quickly when Father
O'Boyle came around with his proposition of the sudden change In quarters, and five couples who could not
make up their mind to part, made up
their minds to unite. Four couples
were married on the day of departure
and one two days before.
Most of the members of the party
are under middle age. There Is only
one old man in the party and he came
out to live with his son. who came
out last year and has made his home
at the mills.
Some of the families are almost of
the traditional French-CaHadian STfce.
There is one of twelve members, one
of ten and several of eight.
There are few young girls 1n tbe
party.    Fat'^ar O'Boyle made an cspe
him of favoring Vancouver; to beat
recently dedded to establish a bureau ,the Vancouver crowd handing him
of mines, distinct from its geological large chunks of advice yesterday one
survey, thus following the example of | TTou1^ ,Buro��" he ^?s ,mor gi's,e. t(.
Canada in this regard. l   lp  Sa monbell.es    Truly,  the  lot of
Officials of the department were of  th^ ';efe''ee ls  !l  haPPy  one-
the opinion that a conference between I    0nl>-  fo,ir  men  were sc,u ,0  ,hc
the prairies the weather was warm.
Being all lumbermen, the men of tlie
party had no admiration for the prairies
which aie not yet clothed in the rich
garb tbat amazes the traveller in the
fall, but when they came to the tall
trees of the Rockies, enthusiasm began to make its appearance.
Some of the men are specialists in
a certain class of mill work, but for
the present they will all be put to
work to relieve the demand for ordinary   labor.
All the members of the party are
well pleased with the way they were
treated   by   the   C.   P,   1!.   dining   tlie
trip.    They   were   provided   witli   dve
I tourist   cars   and   every   convenience
was  placed at   their  disposal.
,     On their arrival here the cars were
' sidetracked   and   the   party   slept   on
j board   tbe   train   on   Saturday   night.
' For  the   first   day  the   Fraser   River
company   supplied   the  new   arrivals
I with   fviod,    but     yesterday    they   all
moved   out   of   the   train   and   found
quarters around the village.   Some of
them were billeted at the hotel and
others  at  the   homes  of  old   friends
penalty bench, Marshall, of Westminster, and Clarkson and Springer, of
tbe Vancouvers, the latter appearing
twice.
George   Rennie   Hurt.
The   casualty   list   was   light.    The'
only player who may feel tbe effects
 ^^^^^_ . of   the   game   for   a  week   or   so   Is
Mayor of Montreal  Gives Views   on Qeprge Rennle, who got the worst of
Rcy^l Accession Oath ' tlie ^ea' 'n a body cheek with West
London Mav 29.���Mayor Guerin .-f iin the second Quarter. The ligaments
Montreal in an interview published In ��J his shoulder were strained but
the Tablet, says that if the royal dec- llflp'- ��?me attention from Dr. J. H.
laratlon against  the  Roman Catholic > Jonea he wus abl�� to k*eP on P1'^'
the two governments would result in
the use of similar forms, thus facilitating   the   exchange   of   information
and statistics between the United
States and tlie Canadian departments.
INSULTING TO CANADIANS.
inp, although somewhat handicapped.
He may, and probably will, lino up
next Saturday against Vancouver, but
lie will hardly be in flist-clasa condition. <
Buck Marshall left a little gore on
1
faith  is not  repea'ed  In  Its pn i ei t
form the result will be dei lorable, i 1
most  disastrous.    Even  if no formal
protest came from Ottawa, he dei la e ���.
no official excuses could ever explain
away so deadly an Insult to the de p-i       ��� -- --.     -. -
est V.nd  moat sacred  conviction,-, of the  ,1<,|d a,ul  in tho dressing-room,
nearly half of the people of Cana la.    I luit u,is wi" not *&*<* H,1L'k' wll�� lliia
*****" lots of the fluid to spare.
Missed   Tom   Rennie.
The  absence  of  Tom   Rennie  was
felt by the  Westminster team.   That
speedy  and    ever-reliable    player  is
1 quite at home on a marshy field and
Benjamin   wouid have  been of  immense  assist-
  ���      Edward  ance   on    the   feeding batteiv.    Pat
Island, has been appointed lieutenant- peeney,  who    took    Bill  Turnbull'*
outers  ui  me   iiun.es  k,i  v,...   i -  governor of that province, in succes-: piace> William being busy nursing a.
who were members of the party last   sion to Governor McKinnon. J bad  anitie, never  shines ut his  best
year.    Houses will be built  for them I     The birthday of King George on Fri- *******
NEW   GOVERNOR   FOR
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
Toronto,  May  29.���Hon.
Rogers, of Alherton, Prince
year.   Houses will be built for them I     '��";"��; ^" ����-�� * ����-- -������ |0n wei gro...,���. ��,��������� ���,���,,
as  soon  as possible.    In  addition  to j day next will be a statutory holiday in   substituted   for   Rennie    h
looking  after  their  bodily  needs,  at-: Canada,   and   all   banks,   and   public i gtlckhandler   than   Tom    i
tention will be paid to their spiritual | buildings  will  be  closed, although   it   buU(   on  the  Bame  nw'a
' *���   -'���"   *"!,s not exnected that the day will be | _��,.��.���� na much steam wi
requirements  and  a
built  there at a very early date.
This is the second batch of French-
urch will "tie j Is not expected that the day will be
generally observed by the publ c in
view   of   the   expressed   wish   of   Ills
Tins is iue bhuuuu uutvu .'.  . ,^.*,*.. , .
Canadians brought.ont to supply labor |    a es y  to  con; one
the   observance
cial effort to induce the girls to come,
as there is a. great demand for them
for domestic help, but although there
l.,re some in the party there are not
1 'as many as there should bo in propor-
I tion to the others.
North of  Lake  Superior  tbe  train
for the lumber mills of the province
the first lot being brought out as an
experiment last year by Father
O'Boyle. So well pleased were the
Fraser Mill people with the result of
flip experiment that tbey again  com
of May 24 as the empire's general lu,!
day in honor of the sovereign.
Savage  Club   Honors  Pe^ry
London, May 29.���Commander
^c    ...-,,_^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^_     1:o,)-
missioned Father O'Boyle to make the1 ert  B, Peary was the guest ft liorior
trip east again this year.    Last year! at a dinner at  the Savage club  lant
Father O'Boyle occupied three months   night.    He was  elected a  lli'c  honor-
in collecting a smaller party than the ary member,
one  that  arrived  on   Saturday.   This ,	
Tii"' &����*%   tffe STccZSd Royal Commission  Adjourns
Srbyttefacl Sat this time Father!     Edmonton,    May    H0.-T.ie    Royal
come  through  a  snowstorm, but on  of last year's party
S'noT.e knir cX 1 y Wl   re" to look  Commission InvesHgating the Alberta
"his men, and he'was armed with . and   Great   Waterways   railway   dea
letes   an      recommendations   from! has  adjourned   un.i   June   'S J -^   |
SS of the men who were H^.^ Pjjffi T^^^0 1
on wet ground, while Wintemute, who
1   a   better
but   is   not.
.,   _-.  and  cannot
generate as much steam while chasing;
the rubber.
Tbe Westminster home was certainly hard worked on Saturday. Tho
boys were kept going all the time, and
bad to contend with the toughest
proposition In defence ever pitted
against them. In spite of the speed
and willingness of the Salmonbellies.
the Vancouver men would get in the-
way and Interfere with their good Intentions. Every home man was hovered by his check from whistle call
to gong sound. "Watch the man" has
been dinned Into the Vancouver defence so often that tbey are now
doing It.
Grumpy Spring especially ls handicapped in his efforts by Howard.��wh��
bangs onto him like a Jew moneylender, but in spite of the big fellow's-
' bis new cabinet on Monday.
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, MAY
��. 1910,
Classified Advertisements
WANTED���CONCRETE MIXER
teadi : ��� ' man; no booze-
flghti r :������ Apply J. Rider,
Gulchon  lioti I.	
���I
Model Bakery
WITH
WANTED���GIRL  TO  ASSIS1
house  work.    Apply, A.  B.  KelUn
ton,   501   Q   ��� ��� "'s  a\ ell ue.
WANTED���TO     EXCHANGE    31
.���.,, ,1   I in I  al   Lincoln
tion   Lanj l< y, for Westminsti r
Vai ie $3000. Apply
H. C. Mark & Sons
Cor. Fourth Ave. and Second St.
Manufacturers   of   the   bread
Is  ii.akin.    New   Wis;-    a-
sti r famous.   Also choice cakes,
I li s and candb s.   Our obliging  drivers will   be more than
pleased to call.    Phone 435,
MUM��1I),  ll      ��������� ���
,C. Q.4ZETTIER SHOWS
B!G GROWTH IN PROVINCE
RELIGION FAILS
10 CURE CRIPPLE
Good Opportunities
_i
Henderson's   Business   Directory   Produces Evidence of Continued Westward   Wave   of   Prosperity.
1-.
sia-
city
11. C.
Trus
propi
Securities,   Ltd.,    Dominion
,   . Columbia street, New
mln��
SA'ANTKU���A Cl.::." A 1' O.NCE. AP-
ply, Royal City Laundry.	
%V ANTED ��� FIRST CLASS WAIT-
resS( s. Good wages pal I. Apply
Central Hotel. 	
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcies for Ladles from ,12./j
up.
Fanatics Tell Him "Get Up
and   Walk"-He   Topples
Silver
|6.00.
Silver
$7.50  up.
Agi at
Watches,
Watch
gents'    open  face
gents'   open    ease.
specialty.
Waiehes,
Watches,
for    Waltham   and     Kigin
repairing
WANTED���MEN     AND     HOYS     IO
work In can factory as hi lp<
ply  hi tween 7  and '.' a.m.
Sons.
iii   &   Two Doors from Goo. Adams' Grocery
WANTED���A Gil
lioi.s ffork and
ply   125   Third
11.   FOR   GENERAL
cooking.  Ap-
-,\ i nui .
' OR SALE ��� OLINE
25 fi ��� I low . Sui able
i , ... are or work; new,
Moir, Sunberry.
LAUNCH,
for  either
Apply, 11.
JOB
Thc
near The
For all kinds of
PRIN1
Phone  695
or leave  01  lei .-
Arrow
Dally News Co.
Street.
a in
G
at
Press
60S Victoria
FOR SALE- SURREY; SIX AND
One-hall a< r< s on Scott road m ar
Kenni dj Btation. Price ?375 p r
acre $500 cash, balam e easy,
er, Bos 27, Colllngwood East, P.
South Vancouver.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
(I All.
o.
FOR SALE���HIGH POWER AUTO-
mobile (roadster) in good running
order. Might exchange tor n I
estate. Room 8, Westminster Trust
Hlock, City.	
FOR SALE���NEW MISSION FURN1-
ture, made to order; square dining
table, large high-backed couch, flve-
leafed screen, four dining chairs
and foot stool. Set for $42. Phone
189, City.
Preliminary    Notice     to    Contractors.
Tenders for  Laying  New Water
Main.
Tenders are required for the laying
and jointing of about fourteen mill b
of 25-inch rivetted steel water main
and about 7,780 feet of 12-lnch and
7,500 feet of 13-inch lap-welded pipe.
Plans and specifications can be obtained from the City Engineer, City
Hall, by the sixth of June, 1910.
W. A.  DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City, Hall, Xew Westminster, May 23,
1910.
British Col nnbi l's remarkabli
lai and i omi cial < xpansion is
. i>. i. latest e pn -ion in a *olume of
L623 ', ages, the first Bi ltish r I
bia Gazeteer and Business Directory
which the Henderson Publishing com
1 any  has issui d i'i  (1\ e 51 ars.
In 1905, when the company iss i 1
iis lasl Gazeteer, the twelfth edition,
a volume of 782 pag i v.as sufficient
to cover the commercial and industrial province of that year,
In th ii Issue 7"" municipalities, \ I',
lage . towns and cities were described
In  1910 these have increased to 1340.
The population of tb pro\ Ince i -
shown to have nearly doubled within
nine   years.     In   1901   it   was   190,000.
The ni \\  Issue places it al 317. I al
the close of las!  year���white p ipul i-
tion   280,000,   Indians   29, I,  Chinese
17,000, Japanese    16,000    and  Hindus
5 eee.
"The    trade    of   British    Columbia."
says i his Issue, "is the l u ge I of any
��� j   i.i   i he    woi i '.    per  head   of
population.     In     IS  l    the    h iports
amounted to $12,079,088, while the es
ports   totalled   $16,536,328.     Fo     I   e
i year ending March 31, r.,i,v. the
Imports were $24,180,452 and the exports  $23,941,187, an  incn ase In the
I total   trade   of  the   province   in   four
ye irs ol  $19 506,223."
Every industry is shown to be in a
flourishing state.
The population of the following
eiMes is thus estimated:
Victoria 10,00
New Westminster 12,705
Nelson        7.aim
Nanaimo        7.ram
! Rossland       1.000
I North   Vancouver   3,500
: Revelstoke      3,500
[ Kamloops      3,300
Prince   Rupert   3,000
in
Heap.
BRENING & CO^PANY
General  Broker*.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
We Can  Deliver the  Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Batik Bldtj
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets.
New Westminster B. C���Phone 686.
WILSON.
Our Exclusive
Propi rtiOs
Adve I
oo Long to
FOR SALE���GOOD WORK TEAM
(2,800 lbs.). Sound. Also wagon and
harness (newi. Apply A. N. Mac-
kay,  Burnaby  Lake  P.  O.,  B. C.
ADVERTISE   IN  THE   DAILY  NEWS
t******>*******************
ARTIST TELLS   HOW
WOMEN  SHOULD  DRESS
; eligious Fan-
in  Fi I          !   '
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have been
id   . -:   ''���  '���
'. e  night, i specting   tl
as aboul  to tram
still contin i    ,
of tlie '     : '     ' ��� '
of tl ������ ; inatics look  pi u c  ��     Q
John Brand, ��� ��� ��� d fortj  years, a born
, le, was visited by p< o] le who     e
r  the im] r< s ion of ha.
ied with i o ' er to heal tl
. |  ..., his moll
pports him,   ':
tod bj a ��� i iwd of fai
took   Bran I out   In o  the
Infoi min     I Im   tl it
I   power  to  make   him   well   ���
to "rise ui1  ;;'"'   '���   '
. d in the fortj yea s
oi his life and was willing to try. He
the a tempi and faile 1.
lievlDg  thai   Brand  did   not   half
the fanatic    thei bbeil
. .i him upon his fei t  wl   re tl
,   :  him on each side  until  i
gi stures and rites were -'one through,
....   | thi n gave him a  -hove.
The helpb ss ci Ipple men ly crum] 1
ed up and fell in a heap to thi    r<     d
Rnraged at  the action  another ap
; e i was made to the prosecuting attorney and sheriff's otlice this morning,    Prosecutor  Livesey  and   S1
V ;ii  /.ami;   are  new  making  a   tl or-
Investl atlon.    it  is feared that
a stop is pul to the acti u
l  i  ��� matlcs, a repetition of the Ke ;i il
trage ly will be enacted.   That family
i i ���   winter  believing  thai   they   had
hi. n   called   by  Cod.  stripped   them-
. elvi s of all  garments an l   went   to
the roof of their house.    As a result
a little baby died of exposure.
Properties In���
NEW WESTMINSTER, BURNABY, SAPPERTON, Ll LG ISL
AMD. SURREY, LANGLEY, C IL
LIWACK, SUMAS, VANCOUVER,
NORTH AND SOUTH VANCOUVER.
'   C0��K & Pf3
Office:    Northern   Crown   |T..      '
Phone 646     JU'"'K BldJ
Open Evenings for Y.ur Benefi   .
TEN   ACRES   of
land    ''U   i.i:   '
vei \  easy' j'' d
.
I
HARRISON       1,'OT
at 11 s, with
waii rfront;    om
hotel;  $30 pe
e one, two
al   ��� pi r cent.
sZa
���    .  i
I
I
BURNALSY
to tram;
name  the
SNAP-
I  aces
1 '
nd
VVrlte or
Con e and   lei
ticu'ars.
l's for
BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
V.'e Ctn  Deliver the  Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldg.
Corner  Columbia  nnd  Begbie  Streets
New Westminster B. C.���Phone 636.
SURREY    WATERFR
Ti a aci i a
'CITY���Lot 3 in blocks!"
division 9, on ia
easy tern
HOUSE
-A
nice  little
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i nth
si re
���i.
pi Ice
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0
anee
i Ix
mont 1
S.
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KELLINGTON L;.ROS.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie Sl i
lumbia and ~c
Phone i
CLEARED   LOT���  Moody  square,
than $! 00; t< i ms,  This   i     a
Bize l lot.
LULU
cli   ���.
;:'������'
ISLAND���Th
'
TWO LOTS In Bui ���
, nd trai
���
APPRAISE   EGO  BY  ERGOGRAPH.
FOR SALE ��� MAGOOX STRAW-
berry runners. Specially grown
from young plants. Four dollars
per thousand. I.. Claude Hill, Burnaby Lake, P. O.
FOR SALE ��� SPEED LAUNCH
"Vite." 33 feet long, 4 feet 6 inches
beam; fully equipped with 16 H. P.
four-cylinder "Cowle" engine, together with dynamo. In first class
working order. Speed 14 miles per
hour. To be seen at our docks,
Front street. The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
Real Estate
vs.
Mortgages
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. AP
ply sis, Milton street.
FOR RENT���FURNISHED ROOM
private house; close In. Apply
W., News Ollice.
V
*
*
IN It
B.
FURNISHED    ROOMS
Apply A   IL Ferguson
Building.
TO   RENT���
Pythian Hull
*JPO LET ��� UNFURNISHED THREE
rooms; electric light. Apply 233
Eleventh street or 746 Columbia St.
FOR   RENT���ROOMS   FOR ONE  OR
two  gentlemen.    Apply  205 Carnal-;
von stieet.
TO RENT���UNFURNISHED ROOM,
Apply corner Royal avenue and Seventh street
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
for owe or two ladies, close to cur.
615 Hamilton street, city.	
TO RENT ��� COMFORTABLY FUR-
nisbed bedroom. Apply 713 Tiew
street, city.
LOST.
LOST���POCKET BOOK CONTAIN-
ing sum of money and valuable
papers. Name on pocket book, S.
N. Lupton. Kinder please return
to Kelly, Douglas & Co., Front
street   and   obtain   reward.
LOST���on  Columbia Btreet  between
Alexander and Sixth streets, silver
brooch trimmed with gold. Finder
return to the City Paint Shop, 37
Alexandra street, and receive reward.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTS! MAN'A-
ger G. J. Sykeu), nn Powell Btreet,
Vancouver. Plione I'.STu. Prompl
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
��� write if unable to visit us.
BUILDERS     AND     CONTRACTORS.
Sealed fenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon, June 3i
for the erection of a tramway station
-ind ofiice building at New Westminster.
Specifications can be secured at office of Maclure & Fox, architects,
Winch  building,  Vancouver.
Thp lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.
'B. C. ELECTRIC  RAILWAY CO., LD. |
Some  of  our  shrewd  clients
are beginning to feel that out-
ide 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 say 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 mor.nges which passes
through our hrnds. They feel
that with such mortgages
they can sleep pretty comfortably���no anxiety as to a possible drop in value.
If real estate has done
tor you, or If you are for
reason looking for the greatest security in Investment, It
will pay you to see us
talk over tho
knowledge is at
without charge,
perienco and study of financial
matters of all kinds fit us to
speak with some degree of authority.
Henry Turner Bailey, for sixteen
years supervisor of art in tho public
schools of Boston, was one of the
principal speakers at the convention
of the General Federation of Women's
clubs in Cincinnati recently.
Mr. Halley told his hearers bow
they could harmonize their clothing to
themselves to make themselves better
appearing, which, he sail, was one of
their chief duties. His address follows:
"Why don't the women in their
clubs study how to dress?" he began.
"The first duty of a woman is to make
herself presentable, and there is no
leaf of the forest that hasn't more
style than women. For style means
more than following the styles, it
means perfect consistency. It means
rhythm and measure and lnter-rela-
tionship. The leaves have it, and the
women do not.
"For instance, we are not a race of
Caucasians. We are a cross between
yellow and green.    Now, It is the busi-
550   FEET   of the  best  waterfront  on
ihe Fraser; 21*4 ���'���'"��� I :  '���' ;
Delta  land.   There   are    two   good
houses  on    this    propi
This propei ty can be boui hi foi ;���
than  $20  per  fronl   1
"WILSON, COOK &f
Office:   Northern   C
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Y    i Ben .
City���House     on     corner     lot     near
Queen's  park;   modern;   six  ro
Price   $2,400,   $5   i   cash,     balance
monthly.    Worth Investigating.
jjness of every woman to get the exact
shading of her skin and work out costumes consistent with this coloring, if
she wishes to be conservative she
should seek her contrasting colors and
ihis is really the best color scheme
there is.
"She usually will find the contrast-
ins shade to be the color of her eyes,
and this, as is perfectly proper, maki a
the eyes the most prominent feature
of the face. Any scheme, of course,
which does not make the face the
most prominent and attractive feature is a failure."
Two thousand women assembled in
the Music hall applauded these suggestions and later asked for the writ
:en address, so that it might bo copied
into tho official records.
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OW   KING  EDWARD'S  DEATH
WAS ANNOUNCED OFFICIALLY
I1
wei
any
and
matter. Our
your disposal
Years  of  ex-
:
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
Edmonds Waterworks.
Notice is hereby given that all par-
Ties requiring water service are requested to make application on printed
forme, to be obtained at the collector's office, as early us possible.
C. T. SAUNDERS, C. M. C.
Municipal hail, Edmonds, B. C, May
22, IS10,
I Dominion Trust
X       Co., Ltd.
* T.   R.   PEARSON,
* Manager   N.  W.   Branch. I
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King Edward's death came as a sur.
prise to every Londoner, but most of
them were acquainted with the fact
efore it was announced In the "ex-
raordinary issue" of the "London Gazette," the official newspaper In which
all the government announcements are
made.
The "London Gazette" Is at the
same time the oldest and the youngest newspaper ln the country. It was
flrst published In 1665 but It was only
registered as a newspaper at the post-
office a year ago. It Is never sold at
a bookstall and no newspaper boy has
ever called its name In the street,
Practically the only people who buy
it. are the regular newspapers, government ofllclals, officers of Ihe
army and navy and their friends and
tbo lawyers. In it are published all
changes and promotions In tbo two
fighting services���hence the term "gazetted"���and in it aro flrst notified all
the bankruptcies and the other legal
notices, it has no advertisements and
no editor. The heads of the various
government departments who have
announcements to make send their
copy to the foreman printer of the
"Gazette." After It Is set in type the
copy Is returned to the sender. The
publishers of the "Gazette" are, of
course, holders of a "state monopoly"
and It is worth to them about $100,000
a year.
The size of the "Gazette" varies according to the demands on its space.
Sometimes as in tbe case of the Official
announcement, of King Edward's death
it. hi only one page. At otber times It
runs to three or four hundred pages
und in one year, 1817, when railway
promotions were as thick as black-
berries and the legal notices had to
be published In the official Journal, lis
Issues for one week totalled 3,000
pages.
The price of the regular issue of the
"Gazette" Is 25 cents no matter what
(lie size, and of a "Gazette K.xtraord-
lnary," which Is the "Gazette" I.ng-
lish for an extra, tho juice is eight
cents.
Man's   Mental   Capacity   Is   Measured
by   New  Mental   Machine.
Philadelphia, May 20.���If you are
at a loss to know what you are .ood
for anyway, just slip out to the psychological or physiological laboratory
of the University of Pennsylvania, sub-
jecl yourself to a series of experiments on the machine called the ergo-
graph, and maybe the professor can
enlighten you as to your particular
capabilities.
The ergograph is an unpretentious
looking apparatus design* d to measure
man's mentality. It consists of a
thumb spring attached to a lever, and
is so arranged as to record the movements of the thumb piece on a piece
of smoked paper stretched over a
cylinder. The record amounts to a
thin. Jagged line that reminds one of
a tine toothed comb; but the psychologist sees a lot more than the faint,
marking on tlie paper.
All you have to do is press down
the thumb piece at intervals of a second; the machine does the rest.
In one of a series of experiments
performed three conclusions were
reached, as follows:
"The subject accomplished more
when working under the mental stimulus of Inning set a task to be ac-
complished than when working without definite aim.
"A known Impossibility to accomplish a required condition tends to
decrease the subject's total ic.sults.
"Fatigue accompanying work is not
so great when the subject is working
under the direct stimulus of a tlefinlto
aim, notwithstanding the fact that bo
lias at the same time produced an Increase in his amount of work."
Man's capacity for work can be computed approximately; and if ergograph
tests wore complete and comprehensive enough, there is little doubt but
a psychologist could give a man an
idea of the amount of work be could
do before he would suffer a mental
breakdown.
Dr. Edward Ledholtz, demonstrator
of medicine nt the university, said yesterday the ergograph Is being us"d |n
classroom work because It la thought
soon lt will be important in clinical
diagnosis of certain kinds of diseases
caused  by  overexertion.
Lulu   Island���Twenty   or   Forty   acres
on the North Ai m road.    Pi lei    '
$260 ai    ���   e.   The land around
has been  subdivided, and  is selling
al  double the price.    This is
last chance to Becure land along the
proposed   tram  line  al   this t.   i ���
Terms  easy.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner  Columbia  and   Benbie   Streets.
JOSEPH  1KA . ERS
Real   Estate  and   t
Next to  Todd's   '
Phone
FOUR ROOM   COTTAGE   and lol
132; close In.    Pi
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Columbia  and   B e 3 b
Phone 680.
EIGHT-ROOM     MODERN    H    ;:.|
.New;   on  Third  avi '.  ���      Prici  i
$600 1 ,-
SIX-ROOM     MODERN     HOUSE-.
all     cleared     ale! |
$2000;   $660 (ash
THE   ABOVE   are   only  a few ol
house propel ties Wi
ROYAL CITY REALTY CO.
750  Columbia   Street
A SNAP���Eight lots, all cleared, be-
tween Second and Third Btreel . I
$ 125 cadi; will Bell Blngly; oni ���
fourth cash, balance bIx, twelve and
eighteen months. Call up pbone
433.
m.my  others  1
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p.his of the city.
FULLSIZED    LOT
on   Fifth s'.-(f.|
hetween   Sixth
inns     Price  for
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$:;.". on iei ms
FULL-SIZE
ire ' n
terms.
LOT-
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HERE    IT   IS���Ten   acres   In   Surrey,
rear   tramline;   all   1 II aied.    li: I
luvial soil; under cultivation. Pi Ice
$200 per acre; $700 cash, balance
one. two and three years, Call up
phone   133.
ROYAL CITY REALTY CO.
750  Columbia   Street
TWO     GOOD     LOTS en  Edmourjlll
street, 1 lose to Twi -' *****A
lni onto a lane    Pri '   '   i
two, on terms.
FULL SIZED LOT on Hi"
close   to   Sixth   Btrei
$660, on terms,
s'.'te.
FULL-SIZED LOT on Han   I ��� "!������'��'�� |
all cli .ned. close to
Price $850, on ti
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE DAILY NEW
WE   HAVE   lots    n   B
1 ity on easj   terms
���   .   or ti n-acre I ' ���
your  advantage   to
Ins elsewhi re.
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IN   BULLET-TORN
HEART
Portland, May 29.���After a :
let had penetrated the left br<
Clyde   Bngle,   Of   Oregon     City
scraped  off  the  lining  of
the heart,  Dr. Summers
hoy   and   stitched   up   the
forming ono of the most,
operations   In   the  annals
cent's hospital here.
The physicians declare
suffer no ill effects.
The injury occurred by the ace
tal discharge of a weapon as be
l   bill-
is!   of
and
one side of
opened   the
heart,   per-
remark able
of  St.   Vln-
Engle   win
den-
W.'IS
putting it  into a rig to go hunting.
BALLINGER   TO  CtTNSERVE.
Washington, May
Ballinger In response
protests from Seattle
ting of green limber
Rainier national park,
telegraph an Investigation by Inspectors. He will take Immediate steps to
prevent the destruction of the park's
scenic beauties.
211.���Secretary
to telegraphic
regarding cut-
on tbe Mount
has ordered bv
University   Commission   Sittings.
Victoria,  May  29.���The  itinerary of
the University site commission win
be as follows; Victoria, May 30, 10:30
a.m.; Nanaimo, May 111; Vancouver,
June 2, 3. 4 and U, ',', p.m.; North Vancouver, dune 3, 11 a.m.; New Westminster, dune fi and 7, 8 p.m.; Chilliwack, Juno 8, 2 p.m.; Kamloops, June
10, 10:30 a.m.; Vernon, June 11, 2
p.m.; Nelson, June in, 10:30 a.m.;
Fernie, June 18;  Revelstoke, Juno 20.
Anchor Fire and Marine
Insurance Co., Ltd.
HOME OFFICE, CALGARY.
Capital $500,000.00
ASSETS.
Rial Estate
Interest   l)u
Hue from
Due from
nd Becuril leu $���
and Accrued	
Agents  (net I	
other Companies (net)	
mils  Receivable	
Office Km nltuie, Fixtures, Suppplies   1 Including  Plans')	
Charter and Organization Expenses $10,413.33
Less One-third Written Ofl ���*******-**     3,471.11
Cash in Hank and on  Hand. .. .^.m..�����.��-��	
;,, 780.00
���ii.; Tl
1,970.20
2,603.86
IO8.80
1,779.04
6.942.21
D.322.M
Total
909.95
LIABILITIES.
Duo lo other Companies	
Encumbrance on Real Estate When Purchased ...
Losses Reported and Not Adjuttcd...	
Losses Adjusted and  Hue ��	
Hills  Payable	
Reserve for Reinsurance, Government Standard...
Reserve to Policy  Holders	
Total   	
1 138.54
1 1 10
2,172.19
None
112.76
3,1 19.96
To Capital  Stock	
Surplus to Stockholders.
44,806.51
,$62,909.96
, $38,710.06
6,096.61
Anchor
111.
We hereby certify that wo have audited (ho books of The
Fire and Marine Insurance Co., Ltd., for the year ending Marcn
1910, and that the balance sheet Is properly drawn so as to 6Xn
a due and correct statement of the affairs of the Company :I*
that   date, and  ls  ln  accordance wilh  Ihe books of the Company.
GRAY  &  MAY,  Amll"11'9'
(Signed)
Hated al Calgary April 29, 1910.
A. W. McLEOD, General Agent,   New   Westminster,
B.  C. MONDAY, MAY 50, 1910.    _%*i
THE DAILY NEWS.
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HE ��/ORLD'S FINEST TEA DALAI LAMA IS
I EDISON CRITICISES
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HUMAN   SKIN   WORTH
$5   FOR   THREE
INCHES
WA ("cR NOTICE
IGNORED NOW
^ >a Out-Rivals and Out-Sells all others,
Llely through its delicious flavour and    Pekm, May .
' i ���     |   ,        || 1 1 'ia show thai  tl
down-right all-round goodness.
. Black, .Mixed aud Natural Grouu, 4Uc, OJe, CUc and 70(j per lb. ���
Nobody Welcomes Religious
Chief Since He Was
Ousted From Holy City.
Vancouver, Wash., May 29.���Human
IDDIf A HAM   Dl K k\Q ! *������**-��� ir ^��-* ���������-*- healthy, is valued at.
KnniyAiiUn i LArij v-6* --:; ��-��ts ^ s"uare inch-or **.
for three square Inches, tor grafting sion of N'ew Westminster District,
'purposes, by Dr, .1. P. Guerln, of Van-|    (a)    Tlie name, address nnd ,>ceupa'
Xotice Is hereby v:\en that an application will be nv.toe under Pan V. oi"
the "Water Act, l./".\" io obtain a license in tbe South Westminster Divi-
couver, who desires over 5uo square
inches to graft on a burn, suffered by
Otto Johnson, several wei ks ago.
Electric   Power for Pumps
Lps . TCxnpnsivp MpH-ind��� !    The doctor o��fera v' t0 ��'acl1 person
i-itfcb i-ixpeiibnt ivieciiou    |wh0 will glve up three square j,,,;,,..
Tells His Own Ideas.
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WE A2E USOTG PURE CAHADIAN MILK IK
n
towan s
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, Etc.
Cream Ears
AHF, DISTWCT FROM ALL OTHERS IB
PURITY AM; FIBEHESS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN  CO., Ltd., TOr.CMO
T^ZllU......' ~.-a*j��*���.���ra*-J.A*i> �����   ���'��� -��� ��� W,/-.   ... %���. ..         ,-.'J ���    ������-���������     a'   -"���  '
:.\t bs igis from In-
te dalai lama, ousted
from  Lhassa means  to  trj   to curry
favor  with  the  Russian  governm nt.
With thai   idea  in   view  he  plans  tj
\ i i;   St.   Petei Bburg in June.
I    We  has  sent  assurances    to    the   ies
��� Russian premier that be is the wai m
lih nd of ihe czai
I would   like  to    become    hei er    ao
nted.
of his skin to be grafted on Johnson.
PIONEER   MINER   MISSING.
that be is the wai m  ,
���    ���  : His pi ipl , and   '     '  "    �� '*
become    bei er    ac \lT'Uli'y"'
N'ew York, May 29.���This thing i I
���' ng a long and costly Irrigating
dlti li, to bring water oul of the hills
to Irrigate laud, as they do II out in
the boundless West, is not only use-,
'brute'   way
ei lai es Thomas A.
atesl. oi the world's iliven tors
y   * -. - ���*
tm the surface, anyway, Russia and LJkld��n' '""<'-!"   that s
England are ln accord in   .eating this    ."1;'!l '  ''"'" y��u ^Vf electric"y:
raxed    Thlbtean    question.    Neither   ^   :     '"  ":ui **** tUa   tle*end ;
views the westward strengthenii f����� >����ha '    ":."'1 lD >:""r
the  Chinese authority  wi;        .      at- ,:!       !     '   ''   lnt��    electricity    right
the e   and carry lt down Ut your land
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Weekday Schedule
:20, 6:50,
6:50,
20.
8:1 0
e Westminster for Vancouver  at 5:50,
j. ery half hour thereafter until ll p. m.
��� ive Vancou', er for Westminster  at  5:50
half hour thei eafter until 11:30 p. m.
.   Fare:   Adults, 60c;   children  under 12, 35c.
Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   tor  Vancou
nd  every  half hour thereafter until  11  p, m.
leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. m., 0 a.
half hour thereafter until 11:30  i>.  tn.
ij   Excursion  Kates:   Return fare, 50c; children, 2."c
���   Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouver
1 a, in.. 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p.  m.    Freight ears leave Van-
iver for  Westminster at 9:20. 1:20 and
.( r  at  S
in.  and
20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON    LINE.
Limits Line���20 minute Bervice from 6:16 a. m. to n p, m
Sunday   Service  -Hall   hourly between s a. m. and 11 p. ni.
Sapperton  Line���20 minute service, from 6:25 a. m. to 11:10 p.m.
Sunday   Service���Half  hourly between 8:30 a. m. and 11 p. m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO. ���
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Isfactlon, so they are agreed to aci together in Btemming trouble as far as
possible. As ui anci a bi ��� e been given
by both that no encouragement will
be offered to the dalal lama In bis
grievances agalnsl China, and England has assured Russia there is no
ol ei lon to the deposed i el!(
chlel tain  \ Isiting the czai's capital.
This Thlbetlan question touchi s I be
��� In ������ of a big future problem���how
to deal with a developing China. For
the present the problem is nol urgent. For, reform talk notwithstanding, there Is little more than chaos In
m the ( mi ire and the Chinese s ddi 'is
J much prefer looting to fighting.
��� There is bad blood on the   < him se
4  northern border between Russians and
��� Chinese even now, but neither side is
��� ready for an early conflict.   Like sand
��� the  Chinese are drifting even    into
��� I Russian territory fenced with frontier I
��  ri gulations.    It is there that  the tin-
��� der is likely to catch fire first under
f   the friction.
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tion of the applicant:  J. E. Murphy,.
occupation, dairying and farming. ���
ihi    The name of the lake, stream,
or  source   (if  unnamed,  the  descrip-
ls):  Spring on Lot 11, Block 2..
Subdivision of Lot 30.
(c) The point of diversion: At the-
spring.
(d) The quantity of water applied
"Russian  John"  Starts  From  Taku���] f0r   (in  culdc feet per second):   One-
Wrecked Boat Is Found.              | eighth  cubic  foot.
Juneau, May 29.���II is feared James      (e)    The character of tlie proposed
Li      iin-..   a   local   (hahr   In   second-   works;   Tank   at   spring,   pipe   from
hand goods has been drowned at Taku  tank  to  dwellings,
inlet.   Several days ago he went there      (g)   The  purposes  for  which   the
to  purchase  old  brass and  Iron.  He   wai  r  is  to    he    used:     Dwellings,.
.t,d to return three days ago. To- dairying and stock,
day his boat was found wrecked on : (fc) This notice was posted on the
llie recks. There is no trace of Legs- 30th day of April. 1910, and applica-
dlng. Legsding is an old Alaskan,. tion wlll be made to the commission��!
known as "Russian John." Originally 0n the 31st day of May. 1910.
he livd at Sitka and went to Dawson (l) r.ive the names and addresser
in tlie early days. Since then he has 0f any riparian proprietors or licens-
wandered over the territory.  He  lo-  t>es   wlio  or   whose   lands   are  likely
cated here about a year ago.
SETS  SHIRT ON   FIRE
i:  ' ���  : ���   presldenl   .1   the    National HIDING A CIGARETTE
Electric   Lighl   association,   who   had I 	
J., to invite Edison      Bellingham,   May   29.���Ivan   Ashby,
j nine years old, was the victim iii;- 1 I
ternoon of a   peculiar  accident that
to attend the 1 wents-tilth annual con
ventlon, now iu Besslon in St. Louis.
Digging  Brute  Way. I came near costing
brueaufl Is a Colorado man, and Edi-      M,. ,,,,,,. away from his home near
him ol a recent trip through\Belllngham this afternoon and was in
the act of lighting a cigarette n ade
SHACKLETON   IS   INTERESTED
IN   THIS   BIG   COUNTRY
Western  country,  when   he  was
much interested In the irrigation 1 ro-
I h be saw.
si ( med to me that digging lon :
es is the brute way  when elec-
'       y co ild be so easily utilised," he
" ri 1 j 0 11 hi to be pumping tlie
���  right  on  the  land,   instead  of
to the expense they do.    EI c-
ti   Ity   will  eventually    n volutionize
Western irrigation methods, be-
1     se it is cheai er and twice as easily
handled."
Electricity is the motive power of
the future, Edison told the  Western
the power which will supercede
tn on railroads;  revolutionize the
vehicle  traffic of cities  and  displace
gasoline for automobiles.
New   Motive   Force   Coming
to be affected by the proposed works,
either above or bi low the outlet;.
Xone. J. E. MURPHY.
New Westminster..
White Star-DcminioR
Canadian Service
Si me day, somehow, there mav be a
During his present tour of the 1 nit- new discovery of a new motive force
ed States and Canada Lieut. Shackle- bul what it will he Edison is not now
ton, the famous Smith Pole explorer, prepared to suggest, although lie be-
has become intensely interested In ex- i;, .,., that i1 is coming; that the ni xl
ploration in Northern Canada. Speak-  . . .��� invention will be in the domaTu
of a roll of wrapping paper and
tea leaves when lie saw a man approaching in a buggy and hastily
shoved the Incriminating evidence behind his back, setting bis shirt on
fire.
The man noticed the flames and hurried to the assistance of tlie lad. The
boy tried to run away, but was finally
overtaken and bis shirt torn from his
back before lie was fatally burned.
HUSBAND GIVES  BOND
TO   ESCHEW ALL  VICE |
S.S.
T VV ��   SNAPS
Eight-room modern house on lot
132  feel   s iuare on Third  Btreet, be-
een Q uei na and Third avenues; all
convenleni price    $5500;     jil'uo
cash, balance to Bull  purchaser.
Elghl n 10m modei n bouse on corner
lol 70x126, coi n ' Kin ��� Btreel and
Third a\ enue; qunntltii a of fi uil:
pri e $5250; one-halt cash, balance to
ai range.
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ing at Winnipeg recently he expressed
himself as desirous of trying this new
!i, 11 of endeavor.
"Vou have asked me what I meant
by saying that I might return some
day to live among you. Just what I
said. I do not know just what I shall
do. but I would love to come back and
live here.   Your navy? No. not to have
'anything to do with your navy. not.
understand me, thai 1 do not have
faith in it. but that 1 feel mv work
lies 1 isewhere. 1 am interested before
all else in exploration, and there Is
an   1 normous   amount   of  thai   to  do
I here.   Why, you haven't scratched the   ���,
1 :   motion in the ether.
Portland. May 29.���For the sum of
Sl cash, W. E. Robbins, of Portland,
yesterday entered into formal indentures in the justice court not to drink,
smoke or abuse Mrs. Bobbins, and
further to pay Mrs. Bobbins the sum
of $1 a day.
Tbe indentures were a sequel to a
suit Mrs. Bobbins brought against him
for wife beating. In consideration of
not being sentenced, be executed the
Thi   newer power will be something I ^ed  mentioned.    Mrs.  Bobbins  was
will be found by accident: some-  confident the big red seal would con
thing  that  will occur to on i of the
:   ���   senses���as, for Instance, radium,
and the X-ray were discovered th.ougn
M-nse of light.
' We haven't get very fa;��" he says.
"There are any quantity of forces
around us. but we won't find tbem unless something happens which biings
them to one of our five senses.
Stumps  a   Professor.
"There are any number of undula-!
tions in the ether right in this room, I
' ut what they are we don't know. Toi
trol her erring husband.
WOMEN OPPOSE
TAXATION   OF   CATS
sm fine of that vasl tract lying to '.be   demonstrate: 1 once took dinner with
west of Hudson Bay. a |earned physiology professor of the
"My idea is that there is an enor- university of Berlin, and wangled
mous benefit to be derived from the 1I1V forefinger al him and asked him
swift Burvey I think that a party of wh;il m.ul. h move< |u, (.()Ullln-, tell
practical men. men used to roughing , Tlu.le you ,,aV(, .. ,;,,.,.. ,,, motlon tha|
it.   used   to   making  bricks     without [ we   don-t   kn(nv   anything   about���we
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straw, and vet men so trained that
Ir word would carry weight with
'" landers, ci u-d '0 a great work here.
""ou send tlii rr 'nto the wilderness
where th.'i'o sh u'd be silver Or coper gold, an 1 they know and can
tell you. 1 ha'1 ��� ith me such men,
expert mineralogists. Their work
would nol interfere with the geological  survey;   i    would supplement  it.
Room    4,
Merchants    Bank
Phone   591
Building
don't  know what it is."
But electricity is of the present, and
c,utainly of the immediate future, and
tbe Inventor believes that Its possibilities are just commencing to be realized.
Electricity to Fore.
"The most important revolution of
the next few years will be in vehicle
traffic of the cities." he said.    "The
Tacoma, May 29.���Mayor Fawcett's
proposal to tax cats which roam at
large is meeting with both opposition
and commendation. Mrs. Myra T.
Thayer advocates the levy of 2~* cents
per cat as being within tiie reach of
the rich and poor alike, while Mrs.
11. B. Maybin deplores tbe necessity
of taxing every child's pet. She owns
a Persian tabby. Mrs. Mybin says
that utilitarian reasons for exempting
cats from taxation do not apply to
hers as it is too aristocratic to catch
mice.
WATER   BILL TOO   HIGH.
WOMAN   RAZES   HOUSES
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER
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B.C. Mills
Timber  and  Trading
Co.
Manufacturers nnd Dealers in All Kinds of
1    Ml VH,   LATH,  SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED   WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
T' ','      ���   12                          New Westminster
Box   13/
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Notice.
All vehicles wide waiting on Columbia stieet must stand lengthways
with the street, and not back up
against the sidewalk, so that there
may be sufficient room for vehicles
and especially the fire teams to pass
alons; the street with safety to the
public. ^   "5_D
By  Order: W.  A.   DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
Cits   Hall. May 27, 1010.
ss railroads of this country are a tremendous proposition, but when you
stop and consider that every thing
which is hauled to and from them is
hauled by horse power, you commence
to realize the enormous extent of
horse transportation, and 1 believe
that it will be almost entirely displaced  by  electricity.
"The   greatest   of   electrical   inventions was the dynamo", next came the
Roxbury, Mass.. May ."���"Tear
down my houses," angrily cried Miss
Eleanor Healy, the owner. "Tile water rate I have to pay is robbery. Tear
them down; I'm better off without
tlie.m."
Obeying orders, an army of women,
children and men attacked two dwellings, one of two stories, one of three
���at Webber street and Doublas avenue. Armed with battering rams and
levers, the destroying horde demolished the woodwork of tbe houses, splintered floors crushed through partitions
and tore off shutters and doors.
In a few hours all that was left of
CANADIAN PACIFIC _
RAILWAY CO.
telephone, and then the incandescent :tbe dwellings was a huge pi e of brick,
lamp, as a Bystem, in my judgement. I stone   and   powdered     mortar.     The
l Tho public appreciates only the eleo- army's booty, every scrap of wood, was
I trie light. stored   in   tlie   neighboring   cellars-
Telephone Improvement. :enough firewood to last for months.
"The   telephone   will   be   vastly   im-j     "My  water  bill  for all  of last year
oved.  in point  of  volume of sound,was $16.' said Miss Healy. wbo seem-
ind   clearness of  articulation,   and   1 |od much pleased when her buildings
razed.   "Now the city has a new
Castertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,  B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7 per  bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..$6.75 per  Bbl.
TERMINAL .5.25 per Bbl-
HINDOO  FLOUR *L50 per Bbl-
FLOUR
Special excursion to all eastern
points, good tor three months. Exceptionally low rates, good for thirty
days. Tickets on sale June 2, IT and
24 and July 5 and 22. For particulars
apply  to >
C. P.  R.
Van.
H.
ED GOULET, Agent
C.   B.   FOSTER,  A.  G.   P.
look to see ii eventually displace tele-j were
Craphy on the railroads.    The twentieth century holds as many surprises
in  the electrical  world as  the nineteenth.
"I believe we will In time have a
higher efficiency wind motor to sup
ply power in the isolated communities,
and there is hope for a sun motor in
tlie arid regions.
"There wlll be continued progress
in every way in the electrical develop
ment of
water system: the quarterly bill was
$22.40. I wouldn't pay. No, I or'ered
the water turned off and gave my tennant s forty-eight hours' notice to
move. Let others pay such a water
rate,  I  never will."
Question of Eating.
"People don't  know bow to feed the
human dynamo, however,    Tiny  are
the next few years.   I havelkllUng themselves eating.    They eat
couver
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.AND ACTS.
c^ Westminster   Land   District.
''strict of New Westminster,
notice    thai     Simon    Henry
Of   Vancouver,   B,   C,  oecupu-
���uudlng Inspector, intends to ap-
''"''mission to purchase the fob
,."' described lands:
tl| ^"licencing ai  ���  po8|  pianted  at
Un ,,,    lv ''(did of a small Island lying  tho sout
N(Ji'"'iiio| between Granite Island and
j,.|v " lsli"id; thence northerly, west,
f.���southerly uud easterly, along the
. ontainlnL iaPiace ot commencement;
lmnK 10 ncres moro or less.
3IMON IIICNBY CLOWES,
Applicant.
ap-
the
A,���
20, i<i 10.
Per John f. nAQUs,
Agent.
New Westmister Land District.
District  of   New  Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLen
nan, of Vancouver, British Columbia
occupation  contractor, Intends to
ply for permission  to purchase
following described lands:
Commencing at n post  planted
ast point of the island situate about four (ll chains from <1,n"
ber limit No. 38733, tlience northerly
and westerlv and southerly and easterly around the shore at low < de
to place of commencement, containing
four  acres,  more or  less.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.
J. F. BAOGS, Agent.
Match 17, 1910.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
Princess   Charlotte   leaves   Vancouver at 10 a.  111. daily except  Wedncs-
I day for Victoria.
Princess Royal dally at 1:30 p, m.
PrlncesB Victoria, 10 p. m, daily,
except Monday, direct for Seat lie.
SS. .loan leaves Vancouver at 2
p. in. daily except Sunday for Nanaimo.
ss. Queen City leaves Vancouver
Mondays at 5 p .in. for Union and
Comox.
SS. Princess May leaves Vancouver
at 11 p. ni. May 4. 11 and 24, and every
ten days thereafter,
it SS. Heaver leaves New Westminster
at S a, 111. Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays for Chilliwack; returning
leaves Chilliwack at. 7 a. 111. Tuesdays,
Thursdays  and  Saturdays.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE      DAILY NEW8
always  believed   that   the   more   light
we have the more we will want, and
the demand will always continue."
Warfare Taboo Subject.
Edison was asked as to his opinion
on the possibilities of electricity us
an instrument of warfare, but he obviously  disliked  the subject.
"Warfare will be settled by all the
rgely because it gives them enjoyment. If they ate just enough to supply the human motor they would eat
about one-third what they do now. Personally, I eat just enough to keep my
weight constant���at a certain figure.
If I fin I that I am taking on too much
flesh, I cut down by food; If I am losing   weight   I   increase   the   quantity
governments going broke if they keep i of what I eat. But I don't restrict my-
on," he said. "There will be popular j self except as to quantity. I eat, what-
u'prlslngs against this military bust ever 1 please, and whenever I please,
ness. land I eat but very little.
"The only way to handle electrical       "I  don't  believe there is any such
commercially   is   through   the   thing as   brain   food."   he   continued
Station," he declared eniphat-1 emphatically.    "As for sleep, I  sleep
"ll   is bound  to  gravitate  to- I whenever   nnd   wherever   1   find   I'm
ward one central plant.    The pica of ! sloo'iy and I sleep about six hours a
a   town   having   two   or   three   plants    duv.'
power
central
ically.
when one wlll supply all tho newer
needed at a much less expense ls simply absurd."
Enjoys   Automobiling.
Edison's great amusement Is auto-
mobillm:. and he gets much enjoyment
out of several curs in his garage. The-
the Inventor, who, at 64, Is ns hale
and hearty nnd as active as a man
oT nn, when be says:
"I don't believe in exercise aside
from what a man or woman's occupation demands. Considering the bu
man body ns a motor B takes in
enough fuel to snpp'y Bs demand ln
the ordlnarv discbarge of the duties of
tho occupation.
Edison declares that of all human
Inventions not his own be won';' rather have heen the father ef tbe Bt��ftra
engine, because of what it has done
to advance civilization, and of all his
own inventions he believes he wlll be
best remembered by posterity through
the phonograph, Innrely en account of
Its sentimental side, although he
thinks, perhaps, the moving picture
will endure for much the same reason.
lie has been occupied of late with
this idea, and also wltb bis cement
house, which will be poured in one
piece. What he will take up nevt Is
problematical, even with hlnWf.
"I am a very old man," he explains.
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
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largest   and    most   modern,
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NEW WESTMINSTER
VICTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room   6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone  681
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 3550
E.M. Carncross & Co
Real  Estate
Insurance, Loans, Conveyancing
Notaries Public
Surrey Farm Lands a Specialty
Local Agents:
Cloverdale   Improvement  Co.,
Ltd., and F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
Cloverdale, B. C.
1   ���	
L. D. Phone.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
W. RICK
Teaming and  Ex
pressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730  FOURTH   ST.
PHONE  R5Z7
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 0. Westminster Trust Buiidlni. '
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence  Phone 13S'-
P. O. Box 395
Phone 73ft
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McMurphy & Craig
Heating and Plumbing
Jobbing   Promptly   Attended
Colonial  Block
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,
may
5
The Daily New
Published by Tne Dally .News Publisn-
Ing Company, Limlti d, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
C A.   Paige Managing   Director
PREMIER NARROWLY
ESCAPES ACCiDE^T
MONDAY,  MAY 30. 1910.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier's Automobile and Street Car Collide in Ottawa.
THE   GRAND   JURY.
Ottawa, May  29.���Sir Wilfrid  Lau- i
rier  had  a narrow  escape yesterday
afternoon when    the    automobile  in
which he was riding collided with a|
lu the politest possible way, but in
a   manner   never! heli I   de"i;l<V.,   the	
grand jury has administered a gentle stree<  car nn Rideau street.
reproof   to   Mr.   Justice   Clemen,   for .  The chauffeur attempted to sudden-
1 ly cross the tracks in front of a mov-
his belittling of the value of this in- lng Clll.    No injul.y was done except
stitution and of tlie recommendations to   the   fender  of   the   car.   The   car
made   by   it   from   time  to  time.    In snipped  at  once, but the automobi'e
Dis addiess at the opening of the BB. proceeded  about  a  block   when   the
���T . ,       , , chaiiiieur, apparently at the premier's
sizes,   on   Wednesday,    tbe    learned Buggegtton. left his machine standing Ijj
judge   observed   that   the   .rand   jury . and ran hack to the car to see what19
had become practically an effete institution, the needs of the | ublic being
nowadays secured by their parliamentary representatives, and he also
discounted the utility of grand jury
recommendations by the remark that
tIn se wen ce.icr: llj pigi onholeJ and
no mo; e wi s 1 ai 1 of them. As to
the latter observation the grand jury
in their report, presented to the courl
on Fii lay. expressed regret at hearing of the negative value of their pre-
sentmi nts and expressed the hope
thai the learned judge would use his
influence to keep their presentment!
from a like fate.
There may be some truth and virtue  in   Mr
damage, if any, had been done.
LORD ROSEBERRY HAS liOOD
CHANCE Tfl WIN DERBY
.LflLiC/O
ONE MORE DAY to
tage of our May CASH  REI
___E_&_ammi3*aZi*mai!^^
lg "WE   FURNISH   YOUR
The Whitney
famous
GO-CAR
Easy and
Comfortable
$5.75 to $35
HOME   COMPLETE"
THE
WTH
LIMITED
M).
Striking
I
 , Values in
A OSES
0r    t__t mm*Wa\MW***m\W
75c Values for
L\v
s
Betting on  Result This Year Unusually   Heavy���Danny   Maher  Up
on   Neal   Gow.
Although it is only a few days off,
one hears much talk on every side regarding  the   running   of  this    year's
Derby at Epsom on June 1, and opin-
Justice  Clement's sugges-  ion is pretty evenly divided between
*I7Q
_____1SgaK_aXXmrkaaTaammZ^^
tion that the usefulness of tho grand
jury ns an institution for protecting
the interests of the people has become
of small value, and that it has been
replaced by the machinery provided
by modern popular government.    But
Lord Rosebery's Nell Gow and Lemberg, while the early betting upon
tho result is unusually heavy.
While there is to be no Sir Martin
in the race this year, the Derby will
have no little interest for Americans
for tlie reason that several of the
horse men from across in tbe States
made entries. Then. too. Danny Maher. who Is having better success this
year than ever, is to ride Lord Rosebery's entry.   He will receive a fee of
even if  this  be  so.  the  repoits  and   including'Harry Payne Whitney, have
recommendations placed on record by
a grand jury    have    no    right to be
treated as a negligible quantity.
The grand jury is among the most' J25000.
ancient of Hritish institutions for the i As a rule the average Englishman
protection of the people, having been ' does not take kindly to an American
established   in   the  tenth   century  by   when he comes in direct competition
,    . with    native sons,    and for that rea-
Ethelred the Saxon.   Though it may , &Qn ,t mig)u reasonably be expected
have been  shorn  of some of its old   that the English would be jealous of
time   usefulness   nnd  importance  the ; Maher's successes and would attempt
grand jury yet  remains to us as an  to belittle his.riding.
.    ... ,..,.��� j u Whether  it   ls  because   Maher  has
institution, and until it Is removed by   been ri(iing ln Enghind {or so manv
statute  is  entitled  to  every  respect | seasons,  or  for  some other    reason,
and   attention.   Though    grand    jury   English race goers regard Maher with
EXCLUSIVE SALE
4 1-2 Acres in Burnaby, block 11.    Price way below
market value.   Investigate this.
Fire, Life, Accident and  Marine
INSURANCE
AGENT FOR THE SUN  FIRE INSURANCE   OF   LONDON.   ENG.
(Established 1710.)
AGENT   FOR   THE   ALLIANCE    INSURANCE   COMPANY   OF
PHILADELPHIA
50c
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Here is
ill appea
About five
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white
liinen A]
bib
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sashe
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, wide shouldei
and  some  with
They come in the
length in a splendid d
ity of material, and eve!
apron  finished perfeel
every detail.    Don't :.....
this snap,  you  will
money on it.
save 1
Regular Values to 75c,
Now 50c Each
Trapp Block. Columbia  St.
Phones:  Office, 653;  House, 158. P. O.
New  Westminster.
Box 952.
reawgr-w
presentments are not as a ru'e pigeonholed and ignored, it really would
seem as if they enjoyed no better
fate in the province of British Columbia, for no effectual consequence appears to attend them.
To   refer   to   only   one   recent   in-
the utmost respect and appreciation.
And his mounts always have a large
following among the English, who
back him as much through sentiment
as for any otber reason.
How well Maher stands in the eyes
of the English turf world was best
evinced a few days ago when, as the
result of a complaint lodged   by  the
stance.    Some strong animadversions   American jockey, F. Wooton was sus
pended for two months and will not
be able to ride again  until well  into
_________ __���___���_���      -,     June.    Maher led the English jockeys
ihe  grand    jury    assembled    at the   lasl
were   made   upon   the   arrangements
prevailing  at  the  Provincial  goal   by
spring assizes of 190y, nut neither
these nor the subsequent representations of the governor-general, Marl
Grey, on the occasion of his visit hero
year in tlie winning percentage,
while Wooton was fust in the total
number of winning mounts.
While Maher unquestionably had
the hest sort of grounds for his protest there was at least the opportunity
last summer, appear to have produced J for English racegoers to say'that pro
the slightest result. So it. must be,, fessional jealousy promoted Maher's
we suppose, as Mr. Justice Clement i action. Not one word of criticism
says,   that    presentments     of   grand
juries in this province are pigeonholed, It is almost unnecessary to
say that this is not as it should be.
KING  GEORGE.
along that line has been offered, but i
rather the public has applauded the |
stewards for their action.
And meanwhile, with Wooton on the
ground, Maher goes merrily on, having the best of mounts and winning
���more frequently than any other jockey.   As a matter of fact, although an-
        nouncing last fall that he would ride
It is  good to see that the  plucky   only as a free lance this season, Ma-
Hritish   journalist,  W.   T.   Stead,  has : h*r  is   more   tled   down   thls   season
,  . , . , ,   i than ever before.    Lord Uosehery has
spoken out in a plain and unmistak-   flrst c_ ��� upon u_ Bervjce8) wh���* ,,st
able way about the mischievous tittle- j weei{   llo gave  second  call    to    Mr.
tattle that is abroad in regard to the , Fairie,   and    third     call    to   Leopold
���character of our sovereign, George V. ! de Rothschild, which inTTself insures
Utterlv groundless are the stories that   �� flr,f class m?unt f'"' (Mal,or in '"f"
,      ,   , I tically   every Important   race   of   the
have   been   circulated   in   respect   to j year.
the married life of the King and , Should he win the Derby this year
Queen. Without exception throughout with Neil Gow, it would be the fourth
the British and Continental press the ! ,ime b>' the way, thttf the blue rib-
characters of our monarch and his consort have been well spoken of. As
a specimen of such testimony tlie following excerpt from one of the most
conscientious and outspoken of British journals, the Westminster Gazette,
will be of interest:
"We   know   him   to   be   a   man   of
bon of the English turf has been won
with Maher in the saddle
Correspondence
(The Dally News is not responsible
        for the opinions expressed by its cor-
blameless character,  a    good   son, a! respondents.)
��ood husband, a good father and  he]
is supremely fortunate In his helpmate. He has shown himself to be
a man of quiet Intelligence and ready
speech; he has travelled far and seen
all the cities of the empire, and spoken face to face with the men who aro
HEIGHT OF  BRIDGES.
Just a Few Left ot
West End View
Lots
In Lot 10, Sub. Block 12, between 8th and
10th Avenues, to the east of 18th Street.
Price $350, one quarter cash, balance 6, 12
and 18 months. These lots are close to the
new cut oft', and you will be wise if you step
in now and secure them.
Two Good Buys
2 nice lots on Hamilton St., all cleared,
50x150. Price $800 each cash, or $1000 on
terms.
Lot 7 on 11th St., Block 19, Sub. block 7.
Price $750 on terms.
Maple Rid��e
120 acres of good land, close to Mission City
Price is $35 per acre. $1000 cash handles
this.   Balance on very easy terms.
The British Canadian Securities
Company, Limited
Ladies Ail-Over
Aprcns 65c.
Made from dark prints and
percales; a must useful apron
for  housework;   two  styles;   all
sizes.   Without Bleeves  65c
With long sleeves   86c
Afternoon Tea
Aprons 25c
1 >alnty  little aproi
muslin;  white onlj   i
A choice range
Iin aprons in a ph -
ol  stylos  and  pa
50c   and	
Economy in this Sale of Wash Waists
A btunning collection of dainty models; embroidi ed
trimmed effects; ln lawn muslin, fancj vestings, Bpol i
cales with colored stripes and also  plain  tailored  walsi i
new long Bleeve styles;  well cut  nnd  perfect   In  flnlsl
in this special.    Regular  .1.50 to $2.26 values for  \.&
The New Wash Suits an Inspiration
No wonder almost every  unman who Bees these la rl   ���    ��".
the beauty and elegance In our collection of wash buIi ��� - ������
No matter what your plans, depend on finding what j
in probably the broadest showing  for  selection  and al the lowest
prices in the city.
We invite your inspection,
Popular Wash Fabrics
Ripple Crepe Cotton Rajah
In shades of tan. pale blue,
wistaria, reseda, grey, old rose,
green and white; a stylish wash
fabric; soft finish, in single and
double  width,   26  inches  wide,
a yard 15c
���If) Inches wide 35c
A  cotton  fabric thai     *!
resembles    linen;    comei  ���*
shades of green, mauvi . I "'���-'���
pale   blue,   Copenhagen.  Saie
and   rose;   note  tbe
Inches wide, a yard
"width  H
40c
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Must Be Sold At Once
Seven Roomed Modern House. Full sized lot ard ���
splendid front, between Sixth and Seventh avenue, ���
near Fourth street. Price $3500, terms $1000 cash ���
balance 1-2-3-4 years. J
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P. PEEBLES
B. C. ��
aVBBaVS.
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:     The Dominion Trust
Editor, Daily News,
Sir,���It may  be of interest  in  connection   With   the   dilliciilty   that   has
arisen over the  height of the power
wires on the bridge to quote the bead-
governing the  dominions  beyonci the | #ay allowed for lhe passage of ship-  w       n Divorces One
It will be his ambition, as it  Ping under some of the great bridges | and Weds Anot
MARITAL  TANGLE.
.seas.
strife and a builder of bridges. The
country at the moment, of his accession is passing from the old to the
new; an ancient system has to adjust
itself to the needs and claims of a
vast and increasing industrial population which will not accept unques-
tloningly the great inequalities of
wealth and poverty. It. is a problem
to brace a wise and courageous spirit.
and we have every confidence that
the new King, so far from repining
at. the crookedness of fot tune which
compels him to face events of great
Importance at the outset of his reign,
will see in I hem the highest opportunity of the constitutional sovereign."
of the woi Id. The heights are those
available at high water.
Britannia Tubular  bridge,  110 feet.
Menai, 102  feet.
Forth bridge, 150 feet.
Projected Strait of Canso, Nova
Scotia, 150 feet.
Quebec bridge, 150 feet,
These bridges are all on great traf-
Husband Twice
her Twice.
Portland, May 20.���Something confused and tangled in the lino of marital relations was unfolded ln the circuit court today when Mrs. 8. A.
Bayley secured a divorce from S. M.
Bayley for the second time, and Immediately  after doing  so  obtained
fie highways and except for the slight  license to marry J. W. Long, also for
Inconvenience  of   striking   topgallant-  the second lime.
masts appear to call for no criticism
The Westminster bridge provides fifteen   feet
Mr. and Mrs.  Bayley were married
January 2~>, 1881, and last year she oh-
more headway than the talned what she believed to bo a valid
highest of those mentioned, and tiny divorce on tho grounds of desertion,
ship's crew under ordinary circum- The last decree was granted. After
stances should be able in an hour to tho expiration of six months, as re-
prepare their craft for the passage. Quired by law, Mrs. Bayley married
A ship Is also expected to cockblll her Mr. Long. A month ago Judge Bron-
yards to pass the draw, which entails nugh Informed Mrs. Long-Bayley that
about as much trouble, but is never she was still Mrs. Bayley because she
looked upon as a bar to navigation. had secured ber divorce in Clackamas
X. county, where she was not a resilient,
New  Westminster,  May 111),  1010. and this was the cause of the rnlxup.
"GET  THE   HABIT'
SPECIAL
TODAY
China Cup, Saucer and
Plate, 35c a Set
The Fair
646  Columbia  Street.
Wc buy for cash and sed for the same.
Company Is Making Progress.
The Anchor Fire and Marine Insurance company, of Calgary, Is one
of the growing young fire companies
of the west, that is making splendid
progress and Ihe annual report for i
the past year is strong evidence of
this fact. i
Phone  307. 620 Columbia    St. New Westminster
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We carry In stock an assortment of BLUE WHITE WESSELTONS.
Prices  In   Kings  $40   tn  $400. .
These goods are  the  BEST procurable in Canada, and is ;i l1
ure to show same.
HOWARD   AND  LONGINE   WATCHES.
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THE
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| 25c per box.   Try It.
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DAY, MAY 30, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE rtVK.
b
PORTING NEWS
��� Here Are A Few Snap
^
Son bellies as
m BY IHE ENEMY
Royals Get Four But
Vancouver Gets Nine!
W'e ha re foi   i s< lusive sale.lot
and Si $650; i
at   7  per cent.
on   Regina   street,  betw een   F
y3 easl : 6 and 12 moi
(Continued from Page 1.)
��� Mail Writer,  Fond
(Capital "1", Flounders
i
a writer in the Yancou-
Mall,   is   guiltj    Ol    the
, ..tit ,.i the merits and
,   B. C, senior lacrosse
lacrosse critic "Athlecus"
,.   taken   too   serioi's'y.
, A> but  just  wee what he
h Vancouver did not
opening lai o e garni
Inster last Tuesday, i e
enough to throw the big
ne into the Royal
. well as the membera ot
, | Don'l lei anyone tell
Instei did nol try to
, , erelj b! Vancou
,, an lni resting
,. urn of the thing.
attentions the youngster managed to
excite  the  admiration of the  ���      d
[^^^^^^^_ nn occasions, and that he did not  flg-
'.,  ut OH LclCrOSSe Matters   Ure on the scoring division wa    ci  -
tainly no fault of bis.   He tried hard
enough.
IVte Latham���who  is  supposed  by
' many   Vancouver    fans    to    be  bis
brother Harry���fooled   Davj   Gibbons
with an easy shot in the second quarter,  throwing  in  the  ball on a  puss
trom  Len   'i urnbull,  who retains the
paying habil  of nol  trying to Jkcore
' if there is another Westminster player !
in a better position to throw the rub-'
lur where ii  will damage the twine.
Len  gol   Into  the  Bring division Saturday,   putting   one   in   in   the   lirst
quarter,   Feeney and C, Spring were
i esponi Ible foi   tbe o1 her two tallies.
First  Quarter.
Following the custom in vogue for
ages,  Westminster  opened  the  scoring early In the game, the flrsl shut
pasi   Gibbons   I elng   recorded   ninety
seconds after play opened.   Westminster  forced  the  play   in  this  period.
but the Vancouvers were by no means',I
idle, Archie Adamson and Bones Allen, who thus the work of three nun.
each carrying tSe ball where it hurts
Westminster,   Turnbull came through
with the goods and sandwiched a tally
in   I.el ween   Adamson   and   Allen's  efforts,
The class of play during this period
was the best of the match, the boys
being fresh and the ground not yet
trampled into a quagmire.
Much  Scoring in Second.
Five goals were added to the score
in the second period, three of these
going to Vancouver and two to Westminster,    Both teams, bad it not been
for the splendid work of the opposing goaltenders, would    have    made
j many  more  in  this  poiiol.  but   both
Cray and Gibbons were there to keep
���I  d  appeal   to  Alex   Turn-   t)1(.  ball   away,   and   they   worked   ac-
im  and  others to turn out ' cordlngly.    Sandy was especially hard
SURREY
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under cultivation.
. acre hlock in Section    16, Block
:- pel   acre.     Terms   ....   cash;   balam-
ai  7 per cent.
See us for  Columbia and
good ones.
;   and
nge 2 West al
12 and  11   months
Fronl stn      ,       i   tics.   We have snur
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Visil  these co immer res
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Lots for sale at prices ranging from
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4  min.:   Westminster.  Feeney
:  Westminster, Latham, ti min
|i   save   their   country     shows
��� iate Westminster  believes
���   has  become.    Bul   will even
nee of these veterans effect
red result'1    That is hard to
it of tiiis you may    be    sure:
���'estminster   is   by   no   means
that such  will  be t >>.��� case.
"ne  Kernel of the Affair.
io my mind, is the key to the
n  and  the  real  reason    why
luver   should   feel   hopeful   over
thiol;   for   Ibis     season:      New
blnster already   Is  traveling at
bee 1.    She is doing and has done
'  she can.    She has no way of
lienlng   her   team    no   one   to
he can appeal tor aid, unless
nt   these     worn-out     warriors
e once .real players, but who
the call  of the  years    so i
that   even   they   have     been
realize  that   their   day   has
rhev were Invincible In the
a  Babylon    was    regularly
Ninevah for the champion-
��� ���  Assyrian  association,  but
llections    of    those    happy
e tarcely aid in  addlns  to
���'Minster's string of goals In
a of 1910.
������ truth is thai  Westminster
i    competent   reserve  force    on
e cm  draw  for    reinforce-
The old men are too old.   The
en are too young.    Too much
n ������ or too little of it   may  be
ittribute of all who are not
Vincouver Can   Reinforce.
tl e contrary,  Vancouver ensllv
Sthen her ranks If she needs
bo     Con  Jones  had  so  many
for  the   various  positions
lU'eiUiaiie .   on   Fuge   Six).
ITIONS GOVERNING EARL
|GREY   TROPHY   ANNOUNCED
ra,   May   29.���The   particulars
|ding the governor general's chai-
ihleld for cadets has been anil goes to the municipality
('������   '    10 inhabitants  which  had
largest i imber of cadets In pro-
Pn ..1 li . piipulalldiiTin  May  -4
The Bhleld will be held by that
corpB ut ihe winning city, town
f'    wl   . ,  upon inspection Tiy
let ofl cer  commanding,  or
' ted  military offlcer,  shall
the
ll,il1 and rifle shooting.
**�� If ���   was drawn,  it  is under-
"v   Lieut.Gen.  Baden-Powell.
returns are now  being  received
i  officers commanding
' spected thai   the results
announced next. week.
Saturday's Eastern Lacrosse,
ntrea
m ��� st proficiency In mill
flie ill
be
-Nationals,  IB;   Sham
I'  1
ronto  (exhibition)-
"lis,   I.
-Torontos
er president
Workers, and a
Boycotting  Baseball.
' ��� Iiimi, May 29.���President John-
'������'��� American league. Is in the
' expects to hold a conference
��hn  Mitchell, forme
���   United Mine     ^^^^^^^
l"1"1   "f  local   labor   leaders   with
'   Of  putting  an   end   to   the
'  "���   the   Cleveland     American
e*m.    It. Is said both sides are
'" make some concessions, and
'/ "" says he expects to have the
��" smoothed over before the Mem-
;��� |,|V double-header,   The trouble
11     ' over the construction  of  the
' ""��' grandstand.
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Curtis   Wins   $10,000.
��   Ki..���t   May    Hit.���Glen
��� York	
\wUvia fl"w frUiir Albany to
'    N   \"ik in an aeroplane to-
��� winning the $10,000
���?     b)      the
world,
New
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j worked,  and  the wonder is not  that
j he allowed nine balls to get past him
I but that he did not penult any more,
for   he   sure   was   a   busy   man.     Len
. Turnbull   made    some     desperate at-
I tempts  to   score,  and   was  evidently
proving  dangerous,   for  he  Incurred
I the displeasure of Boh Springer, who
earned a ten-minute rest for tripping
Len.    Springer can  always be  relied
upon to visit the penalty timekeepers
every  time  be  figures in  a  lacrosse
game.
I Pat Feeney shot in a goal that Davy
could not handle. The rubber hit the
ernsshar and tell back Into the net.
Gibbons caught it within the enclosure and tossed it out. but it had
crossed the boundary Tine and was
allowed.
Several attempts were made to
draw out the Westminster defence,
but there was nothing doing. Jimmy
Gifford occasionally obliged by going|
oul to meet Springer or West whi n
they came down with the ball, but
neither of them Is fond of Jimmy's
attentions, As for Tom Qlfford and
Galbralth, their business is to keep
tab on lleiinessy and Adamson. and
they remembered that and acted accordingly. Huek Marshall played a
swell game all through and worried
bis check considerably.
Towards the end of this quarter
Vancouver played with only ten men
on the field, but the Jonesters acted
on the defensive and declined to take
any chances.
Little   Doing   In  Third.
Toots Clarkson, who had been doing
time  for   using  bis  stick   too   freely,
returned to the field shortly after the
third period started.   The attack went
first   to  Vancouver, but   no  damage
resulted,   Feenev's  well   meant  effort
being frustrated by Griffiths.
Bones   Allen   went    down   for  the
' count In  trying to bustle  Buck  Marshall.    Hones Is no slouch, but  there
Is a whole lot of  Buck and lt  lakes
something bin to  hurt  him.   when
Allen recovered Grumpy Spring celebrated the occasion hy putting ginger
Into some shots at the Vancouver
nets, but  there was nothing doing.
Sandy Gray was an exceptional1?
busy man towards the end of this
period, the Vancouvers rallying around
his citadel and peppering In shot
after shot. The silent one stopped five
deadly throws In less than'one minute,
and cleared them from the danger
zone each time, bul bis opponents,
weir so Intent on scoring that they
came back on business bent. George
Rennle finally got the ball away, but
after a circuit  of tli" swamp it  cinie
1 back again and Bones Al'en drove It
in at the proper angle and tallied.
Ensy in the Last.
Westminster,   wilh  a deficit of  two
goals   at.   the   coiuuieiieeiiu'iit   of   tho
fourth   quarter,   saw   it   increased  hy
three more befoie the end.   The hoy.
battled   gamely   until   a   few   minutes
1 before  the   finish,   when   they   saw   It
was   hopeless   to  attempt   to   retrieve
their   position.     Right    at     the   close
Vancouver   hung   onto   the   ball   and
played rag.
Sandy Gray made one excursion up
the field III this period, finally passing the ball lo Galbralth, who threw
lt to Spring, hut nothing resulted from
the goaltender's effort.
Interest In tiie game lagged towards
the end, the result, being assured and
the play not being of a nature to hold !
attention. After It was all over Vancouver was happy, very happy, and
the Westminster contingent was busy
explaining   that    it    w.ml.lift    happen
again.
The Summary.
first QUARTER���Westminster, C.
Spring, 1 min. BO sec; Vancouver, v
Adamson. 1 min. 67 Bee; Westmln.ter,
L, Turnbull, 4:'. sec. Vancouver, Allen
it -in
SKCONT) QUARTER ��� Vancouver
Alien, 1 min. id sec, Vancouver, ���',
Matheson, 1 min, 86 sec; Vancouver
Allen.
1  min.
55 see.
THIRD  QUARTER���Vancouver,   A.
Adamson. 14 min. IT sec.
FOURTH QUARTER ���Vancouver,
Allen, H min. 110 sec. Vancouver, G.
Mathoson. 4 min. 30 sec; Vancouver,
Murray, l min. 'ML sec.
Penalties.
FIRST QUARTER���Marshall, Westminster, in min.
SECOND QUARTER ��� Springer,
Vancouver, 10 min.; Clarkson. Vancou-
ver, in min,; Springer, Vancouver, 5
min.
No   penalties   in   third ant
quarters.
Total���Vancouver.   26   min.;
minster, i" min.
The  Teams.
VANCOUVER COAL.
Gibbons
Mouse Builders
Vve nave a xull   line   or   the
Builders   Hardware in the City.
Berore Building See Us, as we   believe   we   c;
money.     Also Complete   Stock   ol   PAINTS   a
Best
we   can   save   you
nd   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
fourth
Wl Bt-
! Howard
G. Spring
L
Griffith
Latham
Pickering
L. Turnbull
Springer
Wintemute
Ell
Allen
Marshall
Clarkson
Feeney
West
C. Spring
Murray
J. Qlfford
MuiTieson
G. Rennie
lleiinessy
T. Qlfford
prize
Vork
Adamson
Galbralth
Gray
WESMINSTER GOAL
The Officials.
Referee���W. 10. Ditchburn. Victoria, i
Umpires���M. .T. 1 .irr, Vancouver, J. I
N.  Aitchlson. N'ew Westminster.
Timekeepers���II. R. Godfrey, Vancouver, 11. C. Major, New Westmln-
.ster.
Penalty Timekeepers���P, Devlne,
Vancouver; ,1. Keary, N'ew Westminster.
Passes  and  Misses.
Even the heavens wept.
One horse apiece now.
Cheer up; there are ten more league
games.
What are the wild fans saying:
"Will ye  noo come hack,  Alex?"
"Only officials allowed on the field"
ls as big a joke in Vancouver as over
here.
Hob Dewar. of Victoria, will referee
the  game here on   Saturday.
Con Jones rained a new straw hat
! on   Saturday,  hut  he  didn't
mind.
Art Garvey watched the game from
;the press stand, but will be out again
! on Saturday.    He had a cold���In
head, not  In the feet.
Will some one please tell Mr. Turn
bull  he's wanted at  Queens Park on j
Sarturdav.    Important business.
Rones Allen's shot in the second
quarter made Halley's comet seem
like a clockworn train.
"Driver" Miller was kept busy toting the water bucket and sticks to
the Vancouver players. George Paris
was on hand, ready for emergencies.
Con Jones cleared the press stand
for the benefit of the Westminster
scribes.
"Vancouver real estate for sale.
Apply Grumpy Spring." He accumulated about, $15 worth in the second
quarter.
About    a    hundred    Cheap    sports
from   the   top  of
IS  THE BEST
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We   have   just
received   a car
of this flour.
Try a sack. We
guarantee every
sack to please
or money refunded.
We are  selling
lots of this flour
ancl it is giving
satisfaction
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Ask Us for Prices
Office,   Room   8,  Thompson Blk.
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New
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A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at B. C. E. R. ticket ofiice and on board steamer. Electric cars leave Steveston every hour (on the half-hour) for Vancouver.
See the Famous  Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, $1.
seem   to
tho
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Tacoma. May 20.���"The devil would
be proud of such a subject" says tho
complaint for divorce in which Mrs.
Laura Bols Inger, wife of a Tacoma
dentist refers to her husband. Mrs.
Bolslnger claims that she paid for her
husband's dental education and set
him up In an ofiice which affectionate
acts he returned by establishing another woman in the restaurant business and threatening to kill one of
tbo Bolslnger children for bis wife's
I devote my time solely to Insurance and so can give every risk
my   careful   and   prompt   attention.
My rates are the 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
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Wni<H3   P. R?t>OX cars'just o'uUlde j remonstrance against    bis    conduct
^e field. JudSp   Clifford   issued   a
Westminster's turn next' Saturday, order against him.
restraining
m
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Phone 62.     "The Insurance Man"M',657 Columbia |
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m PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, MAY ;0  n .
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Re Lots number 14 and 15, Block
4. New Westminster suburl ���-.
Whereas proof of tbe loss of certificate of Title Number 6692 A. issw d
In the name of Eustace Alvauley Jenns
has been filed in  this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at tlie expiration of one month from
the date of the lirst publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, issue a duplicate of tlie said certificate, unless in
the meantime valid objection be made
to me iu writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles,
CZAR NICHOLAS
EMPLOYS DOUBLE
Russian Emperor Pays Man
to Represent Him Among
Street Crowds.
Those who read their dailj   papers
Land Registry Officer New Westmln-  at all carefully wiU have noticed sev-
Salmon Bellies As SMUGGLING GAME
Seen By Tlie Enemy       m jq s(M
ster. B.C., May 12, 1910.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
���Hours  for   Irrigation���
The hours during which wat -r maybe used for irrigation in the city have
i���   i) extended to from 6:30 p. m. until 8:30 p. m. until further notice.
By order
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, May IS. 1910.
���eral items during recent weeks con-
leering tne Czar, If tlie reader li..s
been at all conversant with the conditions thai rule in the Russian court
Ihe will uave been surprised at these
iti ms. 'I hey have told bow I be Cz ir
i as been out in the streets ;
i , en burg, how he has been in at-
tendam e at this function an I ti at.
rhis is certainlj something new. The
Czar has never been notorious for
le ring his attendants and walking
alone about the Btreets of his capital.
As a rule, when he travers 3 half a
dozen muds, a small army of secret
agi nts and police go ahead of blm and
wait while be passes. And very likely
,,.    ,~~i      i     ��� *;n���i tin. at the last moment be won't go the
The public is hereby notified tha hag            planned-jusl   in
neither the master nor owner of the ��                          happened   to   hear
four-masted barque Marlechen will be .
responsible for any debts contracted ���      The  C2ar._  Doub|e_
hy any ^toritoaw^ What docs it mean> tlu.n ,llt,:, tl:.
A. N. fORMtivibi, master. pubUc readg th.u ^ c.,.u. ha_ gQne
..������������'  !lj  *��� ~ss |in broad daj  about the public streets
unattended'.' No doubt many who have
rend or been told of the dangers that
lie in wait for the Russian ruler at
every comer of his way, laughed
when they read these recent items���
laughed at the stories of intrigue and
NDT'.CE.
Xt*9& \   > -*-_ ��___ *~i 14
Tenders   addressed   to  the    undersigned at Ottawa in sealed envelopes
and marked on the envelopes "Tender i plotting they bad been foolish enough
for gasoline launch for the Quarantine to believe.
Service." will be received up to the j Those who know laugh too, but for
1st June for the construction of a quite another reason. They laugh that
gasoline launch for tlie Quarantine ! anyone should believe that it is really
Service at Prince Rupert, British Co- the Czar���the nervous Nicholas���who
lumbia.  of tlie  following  leading di- is going about the streets unattended.
mensions, viz: ���
Length over till   50 feet.
Beam extreme    11 feet.
Depth amidships, moulded, 5 feet
to be  delivered  at  Victoria,  in
Province of British Columbia.
lt is not lie, it is a double, a man paid
to represent the Czar.
It is not the lirst time Nicholas has
utilized the services of a double, and
the;this is by no means the limit of the
ruses adopted by him to protect   his
Specitications of this launch may I own life. On that ever-memorable
be procured upon application to the Red Sunday, when open revolt rafted
Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, or In Russia, many wondered why the
to the Superintendent of Quarantrnt B Czar did not speak to the people when
at, William Head, British Columbia, up they came in their thousands to the
'to the 16th May, 1910. [palace  gates.    Had  he  done  so,  the
The contract to include installation massacre would never have taken
of engine, the property of the Depart- place, nor would tlie subsequent re-
ment, now at Victoria. B.C. ivolt have broken out.
Each tender must be accompanied , But tlie Czar could not speak to the
by an accepted cheque equal to ten'people because he was not in the pal-
per cent of the whole amount of the ace at the time; he was in prison!
tender, which cheque will be forfeited This sounds a curious, unbelievable
if the individual or company sending it thing, but it is quite collect. It came
declines to enter into a contract with about in this way. A certain Grand
the Department or fails to complete Duke knew better than any man what
the launch. was coming���rebellion, emailing prob-
The Department does not bind it- ably the death of several of the most
self to accept the lowest or any fen- important figures in Russian polities.
der. I This Grand   Duke   has  been,  and  al-
Newspapers copying this advertise-  ways will be till the end of the chap-
ment  without authority from the Do-   ter,  the  power  behind  the throne  of
partment will not be paid. Russia.    He  never forgets,  too,  that
A. L. JARVIS, ���    two  persons   stand   between   him
Assistant Deputy Minister, and
Ottawa.
Secretary of Agriculture
May 3, 1910,
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The   New  Sternwhee'er
S. S.  PAYSTREAK
Leav.s Hi. ek .itm-Ker Milling Com-
and tlie crown.
Retreat to Convict Cell.
Now, he knew, or though! he knew.
that the Czar would be assassinated,
that tl ] ce guard would be overpowered, and the mob, like a pack of
wolves, pour into the palace and re-
it the edy which took place in
Servian palace.
But the Czar took his own precautions.    Under  cover  of  night   he left
the palace and went, m a boat down
tlis Kgva.   He reached the fortress of
pany's wharf. New Westminister, with   St.  Peter and  St.  Paul, and  here he
passengers and freight as follows:      took refuge.    He was as safe here as
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday,  if  he  had  abdicated, for who  would
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m. think of looking for the sovereign in
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, Fri- a convict prison?    Here he livt.l for
day and Sunday at T a. in. twenty-four hours.
First Class Passenger Accommodation I    The cells here are not palacrs. They
are double walled, and to prevent prisoners conversing by tapping, wire
netting is stretched five inches away
from the wall covered with yellow
paper. Light there is next to none,
save that given off by the candles
which have to be kept burning for
twenty-two hours out of the twenty-
...,.,, . | four, because the sun never penetrates
Until   Ilirtner   notice   thlS;here.   The walls are damp, covered ln
patches of green mildew, and in some
nt the dungeons pools of water stand
stagnant on the floor.
Spies   All   Over   the   World.
,. . , Now the Czar does not go aboul un-
trom Seven  tO   nine   OClOCK.'attended.   The police have their spies
iin every street in St. Petersburg, and,
more  than   this,  he  has  ids  Bleutfc-
|:, minis  till   over   his   kingdom   of   unrest and In all countries.   Not only do
I they  hover about  the  Winter  palace
New Westminster.   :,:|1   6r��UI1ds   unseen,  but   they   have
paid   agents   wherever   anarchism   is
. own to smoulder.   They are ln London and in all big cities;  they are in
New York-,  Rome and in  .Mad: id.
Some time ago there was a curious
Instance of the universality of their
si arch. It came out in a New York
trial that secret agents of the Czar
tire stationed in every Important American library to note the persons
who call for books relating to anarchy
or explosives, or other subjects which
seem to have a bearing upon the grim
n ission of the man whose hand is
against the rulers,
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bank will be open
SATURDAY EVENINGS
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THE DAILY NEWS
Phelpc-Stokes Declares That Milwaukee:   Victory  Is  Hollow.
N'ew York, May 27.���.1. G. Phelps-
Stokes, the Xew York millionaire Ko-
ctalist, is not tit all satisfied with the
kind tif Socialism which won recently
In the Milwaukee municipal elections.
Speaking ni the annual dinner of the
Collectivlst Society here last night,
Mr. Phelps-Stokes said:
"It is a. great, grief to me to be
obliged to seem to cast any reflection on any achievements of the Milwaukee elections, but honor compels
n e to confess that 1 don't think there
was any such thing as a Socialist victory. The Milwaukee Socialists
compromised with the capitalists. I
have read quotations from their election speeches which declared that
some business mon need not fear be-
caus-"1 tbe Social Democratic party did
not object to reasonable profits."
(Continued from Page Five.)
that in numerous instances he was almost ;:' a loss as to whom to choose.
Thus if any of the players develop
tt weakness or are laid out, there are
oi iei a to take their plact s.
In the meantime the younger "home
brews" ate not weighty enough to
trust against a strong team, and there
you aie.
Ravey, the only man who was suf-
ficientlj Injured to render him Incap-
a tie of play for some time to come,
was really the weakest link in the
local chain, ile would have been replaced iti succeeding games, even if
he had g me unscathed. Manager
.lottos expects "Spike" Hennessy to
provide the necessary ginger to make
the team a winning one, but if there
arc still found to be gaps in the lines
they ��ill i      i be closed up.
Now doesn't that look as though
Vancouver had quite a chance this
year?
What Jones Thinks.
1 asked Con Jones what the result
of Tuesday's game indicated to him.
He replied: "Well, 1 can say this
much: I should much rather the
boys would li Be by a t wo-to one i
than by an eight-to-seven score. It
shows me conclusively that 1 had not
overrated our defence. Its various
members did greal work and proved
themselves not only wonderful players, bul a fine combinati in that is
almost as difficult to penetrate as a
stone  wall.
"1 don't like to make excuses aft- r
losing, but it is my candid opinion
that our boys did the better playing In
that opening game and that with less
luck for Westminster the big end of
the score would have been outs. Any
number of shots which our home Bred
directly at the net hit Gray's body
and were prevented from becoming
scores through no fault of his. Isn't
that luck? Our players did more
shooting throughout the game than
did Westminster nnd I believe we
were playing as fast and heady a game
as they were, every bit.
Royals Good Losers.
"I certainly did not like the way
some of the New Westminster people
disregarded the agreement concerning
stepping onto the Held and endeavoring to Influence the fefere '. why.
some of tho very men who were delegates to the annual meeting and who
insisted on supporting the referee,
giving him absolute power and remaining off of tlte field during the
game were among the first to rush
onto fhe Held and attempt to argue
with him over one thing or another.
Tbe referee has enough to contend
with in handling the players and deciding the various points necessary
without having to be burdened with
protests and demands from club officials and others.
"I want to Bay one thine for the
Royal City players, however. They are
better losers, i believe, than winners
When tbey were in the habit of wiping the earth with us. as in the past,
it was no uncommon thing for them
to make till sorts of sneerins remarks
as they left the field and to rub it in ns
much as possible, but after we bi at
them in tbe exhibition game they
showed a much more sportsmanlike
spirit. They congratulated us on our
victory, declared in hearty fashion
that wo had a grra1 defence and
,.howed a manly spirit all round."
Sizing   It  Up.
Have you stopped to consi Ier, lately,
in just what Bhape the Westminster
team stands" If you have, you are
not surprised to see the evidences of
alarm along the banks Of the Fraser.
Tbe Salmonbellies hav the backbone
of a great team, but they no longer
liave an Invincible one all through. In
tbe Springs, the Rennles, the Glffords
and L. Turnbull. Bryson and Galbralth
they have a great combination, as far
as it gr.es. though, at that, Bryson Is
dangerously near the mark where yon
begin to figure that your business demands all of your time, to the exclusion of lacrosse.
The others on the team, however,
are by no means of this caliber. Gray
never was a great goal keeper and
Feeney is nol nearly the man ho once
was. as he litis shown since being
pitted against a man like Billy West.
W. Turnbtlll also has seen his best
days. If Alex Turnbull and Latham
are with tbe team this season they
will not add greatly to the playlsg
strength. "Dad" will of course prove
a factor in directing the efforts of
the home, for no one denies that be
is n wonderful general, but even so
he is not apt to appear in more than
one garre, llis appearance on We
field will !)-��� a signal for his opponents
to put 1 i'n out of business, since they
know what bis presence on the lineup means. Con Joins Bays that with
"Dad" in the game np won] I pul his
best man on his trail, not to "do him
up." of courFo. but to render futile
bis efforts. This shows how things
are apt to work out with tbe old leader in I'""-
May   Mean   Loss  of Cup.
The fact that Vancouver has such a
strong team this season is likely to
bave i|tii!e a bearing on the Minto
cup games. Of course every British
Columbian wants to s"c the Salmonbellies retain the silverware by defeating Montreal, but the fierceness of
the struggle between Westminster and
Vancouver may prevent that consume*
tion. Even ln past years the Royals
were pretty well used up afler their
encounters with Vancouver, and now
thai tho locals are coping with them
on an equal footing tho question of
making three or four vigorous fights
in a month or so ls pretty sure to
prove a grave one. Of course the
champions tire to have a rest between
tlie gamo on Dominion Day and*"!Hose
with Montreal, bnt even that is qnite
apt to be Insufficient to get them Into
shape for another series of gruelling
matches.
Vancouver wants that cup to stay
here, if only because she needs lt. in
her business, but It may not turn out
that way.
Many Schemes Devised to
Get Chinese Across Boundarv Line.
Detroit. May f..���Chinese smuggling is one of the cleverest games
plaved, according to l'nited States
Immigration Inspector tl. Oliver Flick
and Inspector Thomas M. Ross, the
latter for years having devoti d his
energies to this branch of work In and
ahout Detroit.
"Smuggling of this kind is always
more or less spasmoaic," Bald Inspector  Trick, discussing    the    question..
r tose engaged in getting Chinese
into the United States v. 11 starl i
i i\ en point, sending two or three
through the lines together. If suc-
.1 the) semi another consignment
and then another. If the Chinese are
ratt';],t the smuggle rs become more
cautious, but tin j probably wlll continue tin ir attempts until ri peated
capture has shown them thai the Immigration officials are aware of what
Is transpiring and are watching the
bi t di r so di sely that is no chance of
��� ��� ss. Then they move on to some
other point and follow the same tactics until things gel  too warm.
"The system employed by those in
terested in getting Chinamen Into the
l'nited States is such that the> can
toll in short order whether a Chinaman reaches his destination or not.
Expi nse money is ad\ anced 11 ������ smugglers, but their pay is conditional upon delivery of their charge to one of
his countrymen tit a fiven point, if
he fails to show up no moro money is
forthcoming, so it behooves the smuggler to make a thorough job of it. It
is not enough to start oul with a
Chinaman. He must be delivered.
About tbe second time a smuggler falls
the forwarder grows suspicious and
decides to dispense with his services.
That is why, while they are careful
to keep in the background, the pro-
'fessional Chinese smugglers will go
to any extreme to carty out their
plans."
i There is little attempted smuggling
; across tbe border around Detroit, i n I
much less thai is successful. While
the Immigration inspectors decline to
discuss tltis phase of tlte matter, It is
known that during the last year just
one Chinaman who attempted to gel
across the line which extends from
Port Union to Lake Erie escaped cap-
tan. And the funny part of this Is
that the parties to whom lie was eoii-
signed knew nothing of his whereabouts. Whether he lost his life in
the attempt, decided to outwit those
who aided him and avoid payment of
tlio sitin demanded for sale entry and
dropped off at Borne other town than
that to which be was being sent, or
whal became of him is a mystery.
Accessions to the Chinese colony in
Windsor mean redoubled activity on
the pari of the local inspectors, for
they know this foreshadows attempted smuggling.
I
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TO  TOWN  ON   FRIDAY
Nearly everybody visits a circus
once a year. Of course, the children im always, bul tin grown-ups, it
froquentlj means a matter of selection. In this communication, it will
be sufficient to Btate perhaps that
thp Sells-Ploto Show will visit Xew
: Westminster on Friday.
The reputation already established
by the Standard and stupendous
western aggregation is much greater
than ever in giving entertainmenl entirely worthy of the patronage which
has always been enjoyed, This sea-
Bon sees them coming with features
that are altogether new and Intere it-
innt. The proprietors of the Sells-
Floto Circus realize thai above all
things, novelty Is the life of the show
business, therefore they do not bring
bark old and threadbare acts that
have been seen time and time again,
but patrons of this corn: w;n find
thnt ever far Australia nnd otber foreign countries have been ransacked
in order that something unlo'i" anl
new should he serv d, In n Irttt) m ' i
these si ������ 'i'l fenl ures. tic ������������'��� '������ ���.'��� ������!
Armt ur team of gravs p lze wh ne i
the world over, the hrgesl and small-
f st horse in the woi Id. nnd th    I
noted lol of trained elephants In existence, the Roman chariot races the
historic pageantry, the most thrilling
aerial acts, the world's brave, daring
bare-back   riders,   and     the   funniest
clowns headed hv  Spader Johnson, the
dean of the Joy-makers, make the
gells-Floto Show the mls-htiest and
most magnificent lndependi nt circus
on tlie face of the globe.
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LANDS OF THE NORTH
Toronto, May HT.���Under the provincial park policy, as applied to the
Algonquin reserve, the Department ol
Lands, Forests and Mines litis been
enabled to Inaugurate steps towards
the restocking of unsettled districts of
the north country with wild life.
Five years ago, the distrlcl was
practically depleted but for soiim time
past tbe government rangers in the
Algonquin Park have been Instructed
to encourage the animals In travelling
beyond   the  park  confines.
This procedure has been notably
successful with tlie heaver. "Our rangers have encouraged their progress
down the streams from the park," said
Hon. Mr. Cochrane, in an Interview
"with the result thai beavers are now
found ti hundred miles tind more from
the park limits and are fast multiplying. This condition Is possible owing
to the fact that their killing is now
prohibited."
It is understood that the policy of
the minister contemplates similar
distribution of other wild life, and
tbo probable enlargement of the p:;rk
us intimated sou.e time ago.
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Columbia street, N��w  ' M&NDAY, MAY 30, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
notice tbat an application has
le to  reglBter  Duncan Bell
n,e owner in lee simple, under
gale l'eed from E3. A. Wllmot,
.',r  of  dvkes, to   Duncan   Bell
,,    aate  the 13th day  ol
L907, of all and singular
' I J,,  parcel  or tract of  land
Ituate, lying mid being
ricl  of Now  Westminster,
:   , ��� ;, e id British Columbia,
': ,iy known and descrlb
3.60 -t'n..*L of the southeast
Si ction   18,   Township  3,
Wi sl  of 6th  .Meridian.
. .n\ those claiming through or
:  and  all  persons claiming
I iu tin said lan'd by virtue
utuied  instrument, and
, cl iiT-ing any  interest In
nd by df'fi ent, whose title
red ".�� 'er ib" provisions
i Registry Act," are requlr-
!'!������ '���'.-,':���,- of the tax pur-
forty ! \ i days from the
!,i -.t  publ'catlon of ibis
.!.   and  in default of a
,   rtift.'a'e  ut   ."s   pendens'
��� ��� in sue i i ci iod. or in
��� ��� ���!. n 11 for in
l ei-li (f yi u Wil! be for-
WATER NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Pari V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license in the Westminster Division of
New Westminster District.
PAGE SEVEM.
LAND ACT.
Ni
ew  Westminster  Land  District.
,.'':ll;;'  ,inl1''"  that   James   Hate,nan.
01 v��� '"''"���<���. B. C occupation  stone-
''"'" ''' i:i'' o apply for permission
UD The name, address and occupa-!ia��n. '       followin
tion of the applicant:    Frederick  W
il Bcribed
on ::'<
we ���, New
Smith, residing at South Westminsti r,
P. O. address, New Westminster, B. C,
dairyman.
ito The name of the lake, stn   i
source  (if unnamed, the    description
isi:   an unnamed spring,
subdivision 12 of Hlock 2
Block 5, Xo-th  Range 2,
WcstniliiHte ��� Dist.ict.
(c) The point of dive.sion: Aboul
the centre of said Suddlvision 12
i owned by .1. E. Murphy).
(d) The quantity of water applle 1
for (in culdc feet per second); One-
sixtieth (1-60),
ie) The character of the prop     d
woi ks:    A pri 'ate wa'erwoi ks syi t	
through a 1-inch pipe carried fro said
Subdivision l�� ti ; , j. i ant's property,
which adjoin-;.
at) The preii ; 0ii Vhleh the water is to be used (describe same):
" B 5 and i; of Blocfc 2, Sec-
"""���"T��
BRITAIN T08K IB
GAVE m
* v- in
IL! .
ar I
. ' "���"��� at a   post  planted  at
Poinl of a small island,
1 ':' ! aboul  ,:; : north of Ni Ison
island;   tl em e    northerly,    westerly,'
and    easterly,    along   the
Kll0!i' to I      place of commencement;
' "" coi I  Ining 6 acres more or less
JAMES l;ATI''.MAX.
Applicant.
JOHN F. BAGGS,
A-Pril 2n, ioio. Agent.
No Nation Has Relinquished
So Much Land io Others
as England.
���"    Maj
!      i  putatlon
WATER NOTICE.
Notice is hsrebj given tl   t an appli-
���e made uuli :   Pari   V. of
tl a 30, Blocl
nnd nebarn d from set-
ihn to o'  i.i ifi pi 'i of
!   I  sha i    regl iter
as owner  tl	
��� ;  i v e  I ���   thai pub-
��� :.ty thirty d lys
I;    :  pi blishl d in New
1 e   ; ood  aad   Buffic-
���    '    :
: . nd  Registry Offl :e,
'' '   'nee o1 British
li aay of April, A.
���    S. KEITH,
1 istriet   Regl  I
��� nt Loi n I
I  imer   D os.,   Ltd.,
ihman; J. W. lb w-
North Range 2, Wfest,
N'ew VVi stmlnster District.
1:' l Tl e pui posi s for which the
'���'���'������ ter Is to be used: F\ r agricultural,
dairying and domestic.
1 k i This notice was posted on the
2nd day of May, 1910, and application
will be made to the Commissioner on
6th day of June, 1910, al 2:30 p m,
11)    Give the nan es and ad die   1
of any riparian proprietors or licensei s
who or wtioise lands are likely to be
affected by Ihe proposed works, either
abov e or below the outlet: None.
F. W. SMITH.
Box 536, New Westminster, B. O.
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE DAILY NEW
cal ion w
the "Water Act, i:av.'   t��� obti in a li
cense, in the South Westmlnstei Division of Xew Westminster District.
(a) The name, address and occupation of the applicanl: .1. B. Murphy,
occupation, dairying and farming.
ib) The name or the lake, stre m
or source (lf unnamed, the des tlp-
tion is): Spring on Lot 11, Block 2,
Subdivision of Lot  : 0.
i'i    The point of diversion: At thc
;������ Ing.
(d) The quantity or water ���������: . .' I
for  1 in  cubic fei I per second):  One-
|eighth  ciii.ic foot.
(e) The characti r of the pro]     ed
:   Tank   al   spring,   pi
tank  to  dwellli
(g)    The   purposes   for   which   the'
water   is   to    be     used:     Dwellings,
dairying and stock.
ik)    This notice was posted on the
30th   day   of  April,   1910,  and  application will be made to the commisa
on the "-1st day of .May, 1910.
11)    Give the nai ���. 1 ddi 1 .  < 3
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose land 11 el)
to be affected by 1 he pn      ed woi ks,   mucl
\ i   iEli __\
'-���'������ ���������������" yhy-'".'
. ��� a    ..       :
n 1   more   attract Ive   trip
l.awrence up to bis-
Next   Empress Balls
.   For reservations and
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
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either
I None.
above or
-.1.���England <  j --..-
��� ������ of  being  the  gre iti sl
lon in < xl ti a e, and
ny, even a     1    Hi    s of
1   who, if questioned as to
of the i reat powers was pi  -
all othi      for tenil uial
L " ' 1 dd bi  rea ly to admit, If nol
'" ��� at any rate among them-
sel ������ it il was Great Britain.
Thi would coi sole themesi Ives, as
did . r Gi orge Reid, the new Austral! 1 comml loner in London, with the 1 lon to which be
ace the < her 6 5 In a
pi ech al Birmingham���
tha   .            Bull had been guilty of a
e piracy and ri
the i: atter, he, ��� least, had always
robbed on an imj ei lai scale; thai
nothini mean or sni aking
a 1 It. and thai when John Bull did
laj I old of anything he ti ui ted to
Pro\ idem e to lei htm k< ep it.
It. may possibly be news    to    Sir
Gi ���    centalnly to manj of
hi : .   countr) men, 1 lso to their
kinsfi Ik In  the Uni < d  Sta 1 s,    that
there Is no emi Ire on the face of the i
globi   thai   has don 1 so much In the
way   1 tary  relin at   of j
cole-; .1 po ssessions as Greal Bi itain,
and il timely to call attention
to I t in connection  with    the
withdrawal  of
the    outlet:   land  from  Somaliland.
Ens-
April  30, 1010.
to
ED. GOULET,
C.P.R. Agent.
Westminster
fansfer Co.
'Phone 185.      Barn 'Phone 1S7
Columbia  Street-
|,-age   delivered    promptly   to
any  part of the city.
lt and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   OG. Ol
c
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front  St.,  Foot of Sixth.
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'YOU NEEDN'T
COME  AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be g'ad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal in your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone is in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and IG.
Coal procured here is ciack-a-
]ack coal, however secured.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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y0!S FITTINGS j
SHOW CASES j
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR   RAIL- }
IWGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOOD- ���
V/ORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
ft WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
TAKE NOTICE that an application
j has been made to register the Corporation of the Township or District of
1 fcui icy as the owner in fee simple, un- |
d��r a Tax Sale Deed from the Reeve i
|ar.d  C.eik of the Corporation of the
lownttlp or District of Surrey to the
CorpoT.il'u   of the Township or Dis-j
trlct of Surrey, bearing dates Of Uie;
' 21st day  of October,  A.l).,  1905 and 1
31at day of December. A.D.. 1901, of
1 all  and  singular  that  certain  parcel
or tract of land and premises situate
lying and being in the District of New
Westminster, ln the Province of Brit-
IIs', Columbia, more particularly known
land  described as:     Lot  1  in  subdivision L'4 of block 1 of section 3u, block
15  north, range 2  west:   lots S to IT,
Inclusive, of subdivision 23 of section
16,  block  5, north range 2  west;   lots
15 to 21, inclusive, block 14 of southeast  quarter  section  4,  townsliip 9
' lots  5,6,  and  7,  in subdivision 23 of
j section   16,   block   5,   north   range  2.
I West;   lots 22 and 23, in subdivision
1 22 of section 16, block 5. north range
12, west;  lots 1, 2. 3, 4. 5, 6, 7, S. 11,
112, block 4 of lot 387A, group 2; lots
I 2 to  6  .inclusive, block  14 of southeast   quarter  section   4,  township  9"
I lot 5, block 3 of lot 387A, group  2;
lot 38, block 2 of lot 3S7A, group 2;
lots 21, 22, block 3 of southeast quartler section 4, township 9; lots IS. 19.
block 2 of southeast quarter section
4.   township   9;   lot   22,   b'ock   10   of
southeast quarter section 4, township
9. map 519;  lot 23, block 16 of southeast quarter section 4 township 9.
You and those claiming through or
under  you  and  all  persons  claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue  of  any   unregistered  Instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in   the  said  land  by  descent,  whose
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act."
are required to contest the claim of
the   tax   purchaser   within   forty-five
days  from the day  of the  llrst publication of this notice upon you, and
ln  default  of  a  caveat or certificate
of lis pendens being filed within such
period,   or   in   default   of  redemption
. , before registration, you  and  each of
J; you will be forever estopped and de-
X barred from setting up any claim to
��� ' or in respect of the said land, and 1
ij shall register The Corporation of the
' ! Township   or   District   of   Surrey   as
! owner thereof in fee,    And 1 hereby
1 lial is to say, the deliberate aban-
.1. E. MURPHY,      donmeni   of  a    territory    embracing
New Westminster,  abou: 100,000 square miles, with an altogether unknown  number of inhabi-
   tants. of wbicli several tens of thousand- I ave been making common cause
witli the English, n lying on their continue 1  friendship and  protection, but
who are now about to be left alone to
face  that   mysterious    rebel    leader
known as the Mud Mullah.
Her Vast Possessions.
Thus, the Philippines once belonged to England, after having surrendered to the naval forces under the
command of D a; er and Cornish. The
Spaniards were turned out, their fleets
sunk, and a work of reformation was
Inaugurated that speedily raised the
archipelago to double its value. Then
the English government found that
emigrants would not go there because
of the distance and also on account of
the treachery of the climate at certain seasons of the year.
1 A few years later. Great Britain,
without any pressure being brought to
bear upon her, deliberately and of her
own accord restored tbe islands to
Spain, the latter undertaking to repay
other improvements during the English domination, to the tune of .4,000.-
    The amount was never paid, and
remains owing to Great    Britain    10
this day.
Cuba also belonged for a t'me to
England. Havana was taken by an
English fleet and army, under Lord
Albemarie. who extended bis rule
throughout the Hand. But in spite
of the loss of life and the treasure
tbat has been expended in securing
the Pearl ji the Antilles, in establishing law and or 1 sr, and in the construction of public works and fortifications, it was restored to Spa:n, for no
other reason than that the administration in Downing street did not care to
retain its possession any longer.
With regard to Puerto Rico, it is
interesting to recall tbat England on
one occasion offered Spain to give up
Gibraltar in exchange for Puerto Rico
and that the propostal was declined at
Madrid. Few people are aware that
during the hundred years that elapsed
after Sir George Rooke's capture of
Gibraltar, tbe English government
made no less than six deliberate offers to restore tbat stronghold to
Spain. On the first occasion Great
Britain asked nothing in exchange for
the fortress, save the friendly neutrality of Spain.
But King Philip's premier, Cardinal
Alberoni, was so Intoxicated with his
sense of power, after having completed  his alliance with  Cbar'es XII. of
Sweden, that be proudly rejected the
proffered gift.   In imagination he saw '
his   friend   the   Stuart   Pretender   already dethroned at St. James.    When
that was accomplished be would take
the Rock of Gibraltar or anything else j
be pleased    from    England.    Charles I
XII.'s death and the destruction of the
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DOUBLE HERD OF 61ANT PERFORMING ELEPHANTS
WHOLE   EARTH'S    ARENIC   MARVELS
THE RNEST HORSES IE! TKE WORLD
ENORMOUS SBZE-SPLEWDID QUALSTY
30--AMERICA'S MOST COMICAL CLOWNS--30
SENSATION of the AMUSEMENT WORL��
UNSURPASSED in MAGNITUDE and MERIT
Tw�� Complete PERFORMANCES DAILY
RAIN OR SHINE, AT 2 AND S P. M.
Doors Open One Hour Earlier, Admitting of a Visit to the Big
BOM'T BE
SELLS-FLOTO wiD Appear oa Day and Date Advertised
IH ANY CIRCUS TRUST
Are You Lookin;
For a Home ?
We have a new 5 roomed house on
Seventh Avenue. Commands a beautiful view of the Fraser and the Delta
Is close to the 12th Street Carline.
If you have $400, it will pay you to
call in and see us at once.
This is only a sample of the many
fine properties we are handling
The Craig Realty Co
Room  8,  Thomson   Block.
New Westmister, B. C.
Phone  629
IWORKS-
J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
-Corner  Eleventh  and Carline.
PHONE 473
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eef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
[ QUALITY THE BEST.
a
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
Burns &
order that publication of this notice
tor thirty days in a daily newspaper | Spanish fleet by Lord Ton ington off
published in New Westminster  will
be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at. the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 29th day of March, A.
D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To David Miller, William A. McCal-
lam, Angus Mclnnes. T. G. Stark. William Davis, Henry Fraser. Henry
Kells. Harold Ponsford, Allen Spiers,
George Stone. Robert Lyness. Margaret G. Cooper, John Roberts, Richard
Hosking, Hugh T. Crossley, John B.
Hunter.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
the coast of Sicily  were followed by i *
the Cardinal's own downfall. j ���
Gibraltar   Surrender. IS
One of the offers lo surrender Gib-1 ���
raltar was contained In an autograph I *
letter from George I, to King PhilipIX
V.. which bears tbe date of June 1, j T
1721, and which Is preserved in the j 5
archives at Madrid, while a copy of it f
is printed in the journals of parlia-1 ^
ment. Wtltten in French, it runs as ���
follows: "1 no longer hesitate to as-1T
sure your Majesty of my readiness to X
satisfy you with regard to your de- ���
mands touching the restitution of Gibraltar, promising to make use of tbe
flrst favorable opportunity to regulate
Ibis article with the assent of my parliament." Spain could not understand
that with the sovereign and the administration tn London ready to restore Gibraltar to Spain there should
be any need of considering the national legislature at Westminster in
the matter and finally insisted upon
Immediate restitution or war. Tbe latter was declared and in 1727 the Rook
underwent     an     unsuccessful     Siege
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WE Have a Buyer
for about
$300,000 worth
of STANDING TIMBER.
Must be near water.
BRENING & CO.
GENERAL BROKERS
Merchants Bank Building -  New Westminster, B. C.
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645 COLUMBIA STREET.
Re Lots 29 and 30, Block K, St. Andrew's Square, Map 165, New Westminster City.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 172(1 F. issued
in the name of Aulay Morrison, has
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given tbat 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from 1 which lasted four months.
the date of the flrst publication here-i     "Yet. in spite of the bravery of tb"
of. in a daily newspaper published In   defence, Lord Townshend In the fol-
tlie City of  New  Westminster, issue   lowing year, writing to th"    English
;l duplicate of the said Certificate, un- | Envoy at Madrll, In a letter of Juno
loss in the meantime valid objection   14, 172R, pronounced "tbe unconditlon-
be made ro me in writing. ' al surrender of Gibraltar very reason-
C.  S.  KEITH,        'able, and exactly conformable to the
District Registrar of Titles.' opinion  which you  lenow  I  bave  al-
Land  Registry  Office. New Westmln-' ways     entertained     concerning     tho
ster, B.C., May 6, 1910. place."    He  add.   that   the    popular
feeling aroused by the defense stood
in the way just then of any such
move.
The fifth offer to surrender Gibraltar was made by no less a person than
William Pitt, in 1757, when he direct-;
ed the British amabassador at Madrid] with being in favor of the idea;  but
the proposal was turned down at Madrid.
Under Queen Victoria the question
was occasionally raised as to the policy of exchanging Gibraltar for some
Spanish possession, and Mr. Gladstone was rightly or wrongly credited
to offer Gtbralta to Spain, as the
price of a Spanish alliance, to be contracted with the object of recovering
possession of Minorca from France.
The offer was again rejected by Spain.
The sixth and last offer to surrender
Gibraltar was made in 1783, during the
negotiations that preceded the treaty
of Versailles, when Lord Shelburne
offered Gibraltar to Spain in exchange
for Porto Rico. While Spain welcomed the prospect of regaining Gibraltar It did not relish the prospect of
relinquishing  Porto  Rico,  and   again
public sentiment in England would
never tolerate any abandonment of a
fortress which stands for so much in
the history of Great Britain and which
constitutes so important a factor of
her line of communications with her
dependencies in the Orient, commanding, as lt does, the entrance to the
Mediterranean.
A payment of 125 procures a lot ln
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
& Kennedy, Ltd. These lots are in
great demand. **
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OF CANADA
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Reserve Funds���54,600,000
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We .' attenti ���     Savings A      tnts.   Y a may ;'-": aI
awntwith$l .  nterest allowed at highest bank rate, and a ::
it .'. Qorpreseni on of pass bock.    No delay m wll<
brawak.   T r more persons may open a joint account, and withd
by ::.-..-
OPEN SATURDAY EVENING, 7 TO 9 O'CLOCK
For the convenience of our customers and to give the working man <
opport n ty   : depositing his savings, this office will be open for bosines
Saturday evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock.
We will be glad to have the public call and inspect our new office.
^^^^^^^^B H. C. Adams, Manager
New Westminster Branch
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Colu-ribia St.   Ne�� W?sr~,-s*.i

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