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 Ocean Park
ccaSiDE   PROPERTY
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
\ CW   WE STMIN.STER.
Camping
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WHITE, SHILES & CO. \
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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INCH. RAISES
WATER LOI RENT
I AX RATt FOR it AU IS
TOlUtttYii ia, ...
i hirty Free Convict: Arc
Slowly Roasted to De.:th
nstuct iimuus Ta   AMERICANS WANT A
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jl at     Increas   .
���Bread Bylaw.
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prices has
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��l  Bread.
-   bylaw was   i
I i uies that .ill i
be i
and   fanes
. in. li also lays d
ectlng delel    I
be fi How Ing Ingre-
. ed: Bora I
onate  of   magnesia,
sev-
. -  per loaf or any ex-
el  : irtj --.\ i" i  eent.
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��� ' ���   ��� ��� ���    ed  and  taken
.   is mat< : lai on ��� i  the
��� ������ bs law.
tS   provided  Is a  :.:.    ��� I
-..  |100,   rn   d< faull    of
. lonment   for   not   i
aw h tbe result of a n
l      ��� i  the I ical tra les an I 1 -
I       .1   but   befon   h   is  Bnally
vv 111 have
to  air  their  views on  tlie
Lhe     an   I ; romlsi d them
��� that i�� tore anj  definite
��� tki d I..'���..   would h   ���   ���.-
��� Meter  Forgotten.
Mark  fi   Co.   wrote  com-
��� a llghl  i I bi en
a bouse ror  which they
-  and  i ad  11 m lorgi   t< a
��� . ii was iead ie
��� iii tin ee yean  a  i
ind 'e b<   owing. Sev-
��� -  bad occupli t\ the houi e
��� - ol time and the let-
that ii was bardiy fair
��� occupants to have to
mOUnt,       The   h'ller    W.iS
e llghl committee.
Watering of Lawns.
,i   long   din uaslon   on
iurs for watering lawns.
ihnston   thought   that   7
the evening  was too late
. gested G:30 as a more
Alderman Bryson had
to the citizens using the
bul be wanted it under-
es would use it only for
I n  half  ami  nol   abuse
I of having the ttme ex-
other aldermen over-
the enterpi Islng citizen
with  the  hose   trom
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Outline  Big   Setaw   to
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TTEMPT TO MURDER   El      Of CANADA
CHINESE B\ CARLOAD 10 BE \{ XilUkU:
B. C. SCHOOLS TO OBSERVE
SOUTH AFRICA'S NATAL DA>
Vlel
the a
the youni
Voung. P
and Ministi j issued
Instt .   . flying of
e of ap-
propr. ses    at    Uv
schools ol Columbia
day, May 31 - 'he birthday ol c t
le South / . s will
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das   ' '   ' 'ehie.  history,
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i    ��� n< w   dominion,    for
which  the ilny  will  mark so import-
���   . ch.    A  similar ol
of the day has heen ordered In i
[an provinces.
Sticks    .   . . " ..    :.   Found &fapl< Leafs Will Attest Do-
in Stoves      [   ...  Col- n's Sorrow For Death
<: Late KingEdwawJ ^ !
CITY IS ALMOST FREE OF
INFECTIOUS DISEASES
Only Seven  C.ises  Remain Under Observation  by   Medical   Health  Of-
cer���Milk   Tests   Satisfactory.
The '���- llowlng Ls the report of the
ri., ti ai -��� s  In  New   Wesl
fot    tl ���    months   of   Februarj. ���
l April:
Dii tin ��� la, 5 .all r< co\ en d; mi i
���tT.  all  recovered..   ts phold,  6,   i   re
ed, 2  di aths;   tuben uIobIs,  4,  3
s,   i   remainlni ;   - arlel   lever.
::.  i   recovered,  2   remaining;   whooping i ough, 12, 8 n covered, i remnln-
..,i icella, 2, both recovered;  to-
tals���cases, 79; recovered, 67; deaths,
5; remaining, 7.
During tins period Dr. Jones hns
made many tests ot the milk sold In
the city and found nearly all ol them
fai above the standard of purity ie
q tired bj law.
EXPECT   TO   CAPTURE
1,000 WHALES THIS SEASON
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and  keep   right   al   It
lu ther he sees Alder-
Ing or not.
ess in inn made on
again  came   up  be-
and Alderman Welsh
company be asked to
or double shifts until
tnpleted,   The motion
. I   submitted some plans
��� ii the east ond of Co-
connecting   wilh    the
ks.    li   was decided
iva]   of  the   plans  until
td settled a little dif-
company   had   wit 11
company   had   with   the
��� planking of the space
���   on certain portions
ty.
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Victoria, May 16.- The earnings of j
the Pacific feast Whaling company
this season will be close to a million
dollarB according to the statements
ot a man who is In close toucli with j
the company una who arrived hi re
x, sti rday. He stated thai this season
B0 [ar i^s been much ahead of nny
m'.is..n since the compans began operations, There are three shl] b operating between the two stations and
the company exi ectB to kill l 000
humps, Bulphurs and llns h< tore the
i eason closes In October.
last week al Kyuciuoi one stalion
had already taken 120 whales and the
Other had ninety live, The weather
lias heen unusually line nnil the
whales have found good feeding close
In, in stormy weather the hit; flsh
take in the de< p sea and lie low. If
th< lr mosl conservative estimaU ire
fulfilled the compan;   wlll have aboul
i   barrels  of oil  trom  this  se i
son';; work,
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Ives ' t
arrived -
..  . is averted
la]   discover;    of
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s easti  n p
A parts       -     ���      ir hundred Chi
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.    :   wen
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.: loads    v... .. . ... ed in
tlie Colonist cars whli    were to <
them the seven     i ��� I
;    ceeded   lo   elect   :. ������ ��� la   la
is   il w ,-,v ; nd Ham Woxi was se
lecti d as the official cook toi c a No
1783 on the transcontinental trip   lie
,.     ediatels   took   chai ge ol
Inary department of the cai and
Ing to his d ith s. falthtullj examined . in the kitchen ot the
car. lie dls< hai g< d papi t a and
el Ib, from the orlflce of the cooking
device, and among them he found n
sink ot dynamite, which, it It had
iu>t iu en unloaded from the ftreb x
would have caused a decrease In thc
number of Orientals The Btl< k i I
blasting powder bore the prlmatut ol
the  Hamilton   Powder company,  an.i
u,,s no doubi  as to the i
-ive  and  damai ing  cl ai act' i   ol   thi
ince
G. l.. Coi nlng, who vv as In i hai  ���  o
the party, saw the exposition of the
explosive and al once Investigated all
the  cars  to  see   whether  other  explosives had be in placi d In position
Another sink was found In a secon.1
car in evicllv   n  similar position.  Bol I
silcks had 60-pound pressure explostvi
caps carefully placed In their centres
and  the  touching  of  a   match  to  a
hunch of paper would have wrought
such havoc among the Immigrants aa
would doubtless have pleased the pel
petrator of the crime, only the d s
covery by Mr, Corning averted a catastrophe which WOUld have COSI lhe
lives of hundreds,
Coinineiit on the i ev a lai Ions Is lo
the effect thai a single siick of dynamite could, al mosl. kill the one man
neaiesi In ii and damage Ihe cur.
tl e etieel of all explosion from a Single siick being Insufficient to murder
a vv hole carload.    Those familial   with
the use of blasting dynamite lake the
position thai the man who placed the
Btlcks in the stoves was Ignorant ol
the propulsive and destructive power
of   the   ex| loslv O,      No   oilier   lllfe] elice
than thai ii waa the Intent to kill thi
carloads ot Oi lentals and damage the
ears of the ti atispoi i il Ion o impn 13
seems pi ; ilble,
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'.i p shape oi a eai    The
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lea i i   ��hi i    across   the   wn
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bo 1     1 Strath 1
-v.      sent  Nil. vi. Cans
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and all Lo
Ln the preps
;���    . vard, which will b<
the ) cer G real
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1 the   ��� w iicn the pro
, t passes     v . . no ' 00m
ir, .  . . . em e\ ci  ���
tlie soldlei b will ��� ��� ��� 1 pal ks
and streets. Fhe < s will have the
a, ce  Ol   an   ln\ esl   .1   t.-u  ,
two 1. a? ���
11 is said thai 700,000 people will
pas'- thi ou VVi minsti i hs I to lool
b( the coffl i     are being h
by means of which the people vv   |
i    , ��� ed thi ough in foui  lines al the
.   of 18,000 an houi.     rhe bodj   Ol
(Continued on  Page 8' *<���''
COMING OF  AGC.
Queen's Av��nu< 1 pworth 1 .-ague Cele-
bi ated  1 went) ; I ��1   Anniversary.
du the occasti n ol the ��� omli
g ol tiie parenl bodj ol the Epworth
League of the Methodlsl  1 hun h yes
terday. ihe members ot Queen's ave
: ie league hold  a  nine;', cell bratlon
r; the evening al which al numbei ot
past  presidents, including V   O   Van
Hi id, Mrs, W, Johnston, Brnesl Baun
,'eis   and   Prof     V    E    Kl hci ini.t ..n.   lei
in the Bpeaklng The fltal three de
voied their attention mostly to the
history ot Ihe Epworth league In gen
.  nl ami  ot  the loi al   lea. ne  iii  pal
n.Miiar, showing  the progress  which
had   heen    made   since   iis   Ins! il in ion
Prof Etherington spoke on the aims ot
the league,  dwelling   on   the   obits 1
iIoiih  of  the   members   in   emphatic
terms.
D. 11 i.owther addressed the fttei 1
ing on the motto ot tho league, 1 look
Up ami  l.ifi  Up," pointing oui  thai
it   had   heen   coined,   nut   tor   I'tlininen
inl, hut for everyday use. and calling on the Leaguers to live up to their
Ideals, During thc o\ ening �� soi 1
was charmingly rendered by Miss
Lilian  Powell,
Many  Irishmen Come Here.
London.   Mav    16,    The   iiumhei    of
Irish emigrants who wwil to Canada
lasl    year    WB8   8,043,   un    ili'i 'n  e   ol
.3 over the previous yeai
RETURNING TO POST AFTER MEASURES TAKEN Tl)
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in  the c
the aldermen  cave  no-
m   ie  new   denb 'jituro
1 they win bring  up at
lon of the council.
rjr>t   a   Water   Wagon.
"���'> Bryson asked for a light
' '  horse for the water de
L '       !!���' there was some tonfu��
1   the   mayor  took   him   to
ho wanted a water wagon
'  department, bul   Alder-
Indignantly denied the alio-
I"  ^e desired equipment   will
A    ��ay   of   Mourninrj.
etlng dosed wttb Mayor Lee
'   some of the. arrangements
: '"'" with regard to the day
nwtrnlng to be observed on  Pri-
"' I n Informed thai seme
L '     I ,: I" the city were busy wPh
"' '���' and could not afford  t >
1:1  the  morning,  hut  they
'  i io close In  the at er-
" would he tn thfl park
," �����'"����� <'d before, and  the bands
|0      "" '" "Hilary organizations of
Cep 7 wotfld  be   present.    The  ar-
i.,:,   , ���  , ,lu''   the   conduct   of   the
\* ii ffe,-'   .  ��n ,,ft ,n "'�� hands of
"lfff'"lit  clergymen   In   the  city.
(Coating rm Pa{j0 FoUr]<
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TOWN OF NAKUSP TO
HAVE A WEEKLY PAPER
Nelson, B, C, Mav 16. The town
or Nakusp, on the upper Arrow lake,
will Bhortlj. have a weekly new spa; er,
Thomas Ahrhl. a hum. land OWD ���
,,;��� thai town, having purchased the
printing plan' of the old Ymlr Ht r
aid, from Percy J. Gleazer, of Nel m
The deal was completed a few days
ago, and the planl has already been
moved trom Nelson to Nakusp, Mi
! uuloi Is now looking for a competent
Iman to place In charge, and in due
,,,���, ,,.   the  newspaper  will   come  Into
existence, ,      .
This particular newspaper plant na��
an interesting history, having been
ona ,,,��� the tns. printing plants to ne
broughl into the Kootenay. in ' [���
early davs it  was hnportel by  IJ     ���'
Bogle, al i   IV'.    Then  Del Smith
i tired   the   plant,  when   he  estan
lished the vmi, Mirror. Mi '��� " '
then bougl I It, when he foun ed the
Vmir Herald.
Will   E��  Married Soon.
London.   May  16.���A  large  rmttiher
of  betrothed   women  salleJ  o'l  tne
.Allan  liner  Hesperian from Glasgow
.far Canada today.
SIX MONTHS ABSENCE
Farthest   North   Canadian   Policeman
Is on  His Way Back  to Herschcll
Island.
Edmonton, May i" Vfter a bIx
months' leave of al a m <��� gpi nl i I
his home In lhe maiI'.ime \ ���"��� Ince
Cat oial I It/; e:, I I. of the i'.oynl
Nfortbwest Mounted police, who had
been isolated for kIx years on Her-
scheii island Iii the Arctic regions in
charge of a police detachment, Is re-
turnlnK to his lonely post among the
Eskimos with tho rank of Inspector,
to Which he was promoted while In
the east. . it/gerald Is one of tic
oldest policemen on the force nn:l
has an Intimate knowledge of the
habits ami customs of the Eskimos.
PROTECT SEA!. II! El)
Insane Man Located.
Kdmonton. May 16.���After searching for the last three days the Royal
Northwest. Mounted police have located Pierre Atidenual, a student at
St. Albert, who is believed to be insane. He will be remove.! to Brandon.
Secretary  Nagel  Gives  Stringent Orders  to  Government     Agent     in
Charijc Ol   Rool "lies.
New York, May 16. H'." hundred
".year old mare seals are to be allowed to escape from the killing fields
of the Pribyloft Islands to supply the
required number or breading adults in
the future. They are to he marked
in such n manner as to make them
readily reco.nl/ahle throii. hotit the
season and under no olieumstaneos
aie they In he slain. They aie to be
of tlie hest samples of the seal herds,
This direction, given to W. L Lamb-
key, agent In charge of the Alaskan
seal fislieiirs. was announced today
hy Secretary Natrel. Stringent measures for the protection of seal life are
contained in the instructions to the
nt,ent. No females nre to be killed
and no seals are to be taken having
skins weighing less than five pounds
nor more than eight and one-liali'
pounds.
Killing is to close July 31. while the
number to he put to death for food
for the natives on the island for (hc
year beginning July 1, must not exceed 2,200.
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sWerai on, Whetin
would  nol   | ,
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for ihe con.  . ,
canal -.'tv. ash I
of ih, e of Ontavii      nd. h*
Hitting the Canai . -.-.,*
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numb,    of memb�� ...  .' . '  '       ���   "f
ivhlch wl      o tc     ���  ���        .  ���   '    ���   ' '      "   ���'   '
Of   thl '��� :,',   add   tO
Ottles ill :��� . ...in,
a  certain amount   ���
iness      vv as      -.   .,       ,.   . .;      ....       :   ,
. ���  adjourm i
RESIGNS CRURCH Til lilt!IT
FQIt LIMITED LICENSt
 tan
eanal ". ���   . .  .. m maritti
Freight   ftatfcs   blsi U88ed
report      to i .   .    [on t��>
the  Inti  ���      of th a   in
fteiehi rates wit!
thai  prepa            be made tc ���   i oee
an    in. ���     .   .
" ���    c   , [ti d   tC   BhOV    t!   ���     a     . -
ent    vales   the   railroadE
have prospered
The   diversion   ol    Immigrants   to
communities   was   dl si useedl
M I -  armabs  Mi Harg   ol this ��� ��� ���   Foi
sistanl <-..-.,    i e depart
��� :.,-isad     ment of co     ��� ���     ������ ������ i   I i ���       rhe
i'e' |, tn  B   hi   - ���-   I   was pi    ei dl -
ion   ' dhei  thttn ��� v. lusi in
The Chinpec  r. obltttl.
Pht   probli   '   musl  bi   soli ��� a  in
Opponent    of    Pcolnl-'i
Will   Devete  KntlrS   Tew.    I.
ing  of  His  * >
\. w   v oi'��    x; iv   10    Rev    '    v. i
son has ���������  ��� tied  from his  I piseopa!   ,      ,,,,���.,,: governmenl
,,""""1 ;U. lih';   l ' "'��� '    I    ' ""   '   absurd to -an. ol I Hiding a Ohlin  ���
foi a limited ItcenB.    ������      tin i total   ���  ������,   .,.,.,...   ,,-    , ,.   d       u,.  ,������,
prohlbttloti ol the sal.  ol ii  i neither the I.   il  riehl   viewed  from
u, '\hv'"] '" ,1,r Ku',,<  '"M r"" thi   Bl mdpi ' to    I tlottal   ii"
���: ' "   Bul   ' -     !'!'    '���     ' = '  " ' '"" ��� hoi   ������'���-.���    ... i.. i. ,tl .
1 land,  madi   publb   -.Mav.  m w ,. ,������,,,,.     ,.,,.���   ,.,,,.,.,   mfl1    ,viA   a]u
' < ��a! i thai  hi   wl In t to give his ,���������,,,   ,������,���,   ,������   ,,���,���������������   ���r ,,P(
whole  time to    Bghtlng  ti mp   anee ,.,,,,ue     ,��,���   ,,,i.i,   .   a. ..   .  ,   f,M.
I ilaelj  -> ��� .ii. I, uh.l advocating the the feelings ol these people has eosl
fue temperanei    Milch  mi ins  mod ua ,.,��� ..,,.���.,,  ,���. ,,,., ,��� ,,,,   ������vlrf
erntlon  and Bell  control '                  | A   dlsttlbu��oii    dl   lhe   immtgratioa
v 'I."  o   the official bgrah o! the r,,,,,, the BaBl fna. t to the V    I   voUta
national prohibition party before me,' ���,,,��� ,,��� end to lhe velloiii pert!  Thp
l"1  continues,    cohtalti ���  ail   ��� ���>��� orlal , ,.,   ,l:,u   ,,.,,,   Ul,   developing   labor
the glsl of which is thai If Jesus did n,���  ���,,_,   hao ,���... ���  ,,,���;   ��� Wl
|l,inK  ",",,��� l��e wh   ��� norani  oi  thi ���,., ,i,���w ���( r, ,ntn   in the cast
wei thai he was   letting a had exanl ,,,,��� ,��������� benefitted b;   Immigration,
i'1'' '" ,'"  ful"'e generallons     MnstLv!n, ,,,P G���eeptlofl of the Bouth   and
���TeBUs Chllsl  si.  at  the I I  these ,,,��� c������n,   .i,,,,,,,, ,,.   ,,inea(ed in thi��-
blasphemers to take leBBons In good
moi ii i"'
Di    Wasson   has   heen   pastoi   of
Qrm e chinch al   liiv ei   He id  tm   I l| hi
v eai ��������� an I befoi e I hai  vv ts pastor of
Ol me   chin . h.    Hi ooklyil,      \"i    v i ��� o s
he   iciu   bei i   pi ..una. nl Ij    Ideti Ifle I
with  anti-prohlbltloQ   tfiovetuentB,
SEF-KS   SITE   FOFi   MILL.
G   T.  P.  GTEEL TO  REACH
HAZLETON   THIS   YEAR
Quebec    Man    Will    Bring    Workmen-
From   East.
Nelson.  May   |i;.    s    U.   Paulln,  ot
Bt, John's, Quebec,  a  pi a< Heal   mlll-
nian. is looking foi a tlmbi i limit       '
a suitable site (01   ti    a ��� mill     V.ftei
spending ���. Bhoi i time lb   ' ������' ��� ��n he
Is now i Isltlng i h ��� tieighbot Ing court-
Edmonton,   May   Ifl    Qeheral   Man   tl,
"'. Chamberlin, of the Grand Trunk      ir Mr. Pauline s reds !" Dndtng
Pacific,   staled   on   his   return   from  n location he wlll bring his o   ���
Prince Ruperl that steel would ti ich  nni\ their families  wlll  follow them.
Hazelton
yeai .
trom    I'l ince    Uupeil    this
Revelstoke  Hotel  Sold.
Revelstoke, May tfl    H  J   Hnnb it
has   sold   the   \'> Indsot   hotel  to   i
Laughtoa ami  r   Tttpi i.e.  I he
paid being $30, I, The new owners win take over the hotel nt the
end   of   the  lease  held   by   Mi
Walsh   and   Levi �� |Ue    and    will        "*
to fepall anil remodel It at once with
i vli '���'������ ' ' hat Ing h i e t,:     n b
bv ih.it time,
i [|      .., i thai th   n   '.  til  i inl little
pieces of land   ������ ;       I ui
follow thi li old In this n a
CHICAGO
MODWEGIANS
DIVIDED   Ofl   LIQUOR
the
IVO
irts
Tll-
Erench  Corps  Victoiious.
i' ii Is   May  i:;    \   i; si itch l i
minister of the Colonli a     im M
Wadalck,    Centn I    Soud n,    i
that  a  French   punitive  col
boring 200. encounl  red   nd disre sed
the   enemy   at   Agnila!1.     The   f]    I   es
ii,handoned   the    100   dead.    Inclu   b
eight   chiefs   and   three   flags.     The
French had twelve men  vvounael.
HORSES BURNED TO DEATH.
Many  Animals  Perish  During  Fire  in
Denver  Stables.
Denver, May 16.���".'wentv-s. ven
horses and twenty-five mule3 "ore
hurne.l to 'death in n fire early '
that dertroyed the barn of the Ck liver Horse and Mule Commlasion corn-
pany. Two firemen received severe
burns,
The bellowing and squeal in? of
horses, pigs and cattle ln the stockyard  pens  could  be  heard    a    mile
Chic igo    M '     Lfl rweg-
lans are dl ; led on the li iuoi  tj,ui ������
tion, and as a resul   tl  >. i'i be a
"wet" and a "div "eel      il  m ol Nor-
-. i   a bai lonal hoilda;   nexl TueSday
1   " Ion is tl ;   sixth aniii-
������.   of  the i N'or-
���
Overtures were made by the "dtys"'
fin   a    "uui-   ���' uui   this   J
but the officers of the Noi wegl in
tlonal  league declined  to accept  the
change  proposed,   that   all   liquor be
banished   from   the    gatherings;    Ro
separate   teStivities   will   he   held,   for
the benefit of opponents of llqtfor.
Former l'nited Stales Senator William E. Mason will he the principal
spi ier tor the "diys" and former
Vice-President Charles Warren Fairbanks will address the "wets," whoso
celebration will he given under tho
auspices of the National league. Mr-
Fairbanks, if. was given out at league
headquarters, knows nothing about
the cleavage on the liquor question.
Royali Duke for Canada.
Glasgow, May lfi.���The London Cor=-
respondent of The Ssotsman, who Is
away. Thirty-live hulls in one of the j usually well informed, announces that.
lens, apparently in danger of eema-jthe Duke of Connaught will probablyr
tion. were turned loose ancl s':
ed through the streets.
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WE
r.ped-   iro to Canada as governor general ber-
fore the end of the present year.
11 PAGE TWO.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, MAY
17,1
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Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
HrANTED���-MEN AXD BOYS TO
work In can facto j as helpers. Apply bi tween   i  and 9 a.m.    Cliff it
So i -
For all kinds of
JOB   PREIMTB IN G
Phone  695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow   Press
near The Daily News Co., 609 Victoria
Stn et.
Good Opporlunitiiies
WANTED - TWO EXPERIENCED
waitresses, .9 pei week. Royal
Cafe,  i io ninion  'i rust  Hlock.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
WANTED���A    PLANER    MAN  FOR
i ri.    On ��� who can sharpen his
own   knives   and   bi i   up   machine.
\ia ;y  n.  i<.  Hall, Chllllwai :.,  B.C.
WANTED���A   THIRD   CLASS   ENGI-
aeer for sawmill.    Unmarried  man
.    ed.    .'.. . Ij   D.  ii. Hall, Chllllwai k, B. . ���
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply   125  Third  avenue.
FOR   SALE.
Full SALE���NEW MISSION FURNI-
ture, made to ordei : square dining
table, large high-backed couch, live-
leafed screen, lour dining chairs
and fool Btool. Sel tor .42. Phone
isi), City.
Re Lots number 14  and  15,  Block
4, New Westminster Buburbs.
���  eas proi f of the loss of cei ti-
ficate ol  Title Number 6C92 A. is ui d
in the name of Eusl ice Alvauley Jenns
l.a.- :������ en filed in 11 is office.
Notice is lu!el . ��� ��������� en that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of il���'��� lirst publication hi re if,
in a daily ni wspaper published in the I
City of New Westminster, issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless In
the meantime valid objection be made
tn me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles. ;
Land  Registry Office, Xew Westminster, DC., Mav 12, 1910.
BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
We Can  Deliver the  Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank  .
Corner Columbia and  Eegbie Sti
New Westminster B. C.���Phcr.e ti
Our Ext lush ��� Coo Lon
Ad . ���   ; Ise.
WILSON. COOK &. CO.
Office:    Northern   Crov.n    Bank
|BUREAU
tZAlt OF MM MILLIONS
Bldg.
LAND ACTS.
New  Wcstmi,;,,   [^ ^
min
T��kt ^.-��-f ..Nev
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Ground Floor.
Phone  645.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
~~~y���10    acres   on    Scott    road,
a re.
SURREY���70  acres  on  Clover  Valley
near  1      ' I;   *125  pei
��� . 	
Disclosures Follow  Probe  Into frauds
Practiced In St. Petersburg  During Late War.
Properties in���
MOW    tt i  ; "I'M IN "i'i.
BY,    S '.i PERTON,    LULU    I. I
AND, SURREY, LANGLE'S . Cl
LIWACK, SUM iS, VANCOUV
NORTH      AND     SOUTH     VANCOUVER.
LULU   ISLAND���We   have   some
b    a  tor   parties  i ���   ���'w
acn -   ��� | '"'' . .���  war." Ti
a SNAP���Three acres cf fine garden  ��� ���   i,:.   one  of  the  ; ivcrnmonl   In-
,,, ar  tr im   lini .   a vestlgators   today,   explul
,. (asy man)   ol   ';      ottlclals  Involve l
:-..   r, tei 16.   "E ��� rj
. au chief in St, Pi tersburg either
,   , i aci ��� pi  d bribi b i1. conm
ernmenl   contrai ts    in    the
o Japanese war
ake notice tl ;7ln��e,.|
nan, of   Van i
occupation coi '    i
ply   for  perml \
following desi i
Commencing
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ate aboul  i mi
her  limit   No. :
and westerlj  _ .
erly   around   the IJ
to place of con
four  acn
ALEXAND
.1. I'.
March 11
11 \.c
1910,
Write  or
Come and  See  Us  I   I
tlculars.
and fruit
... ���.    Pri
terms.
Caspian   Fac!flc   Railway
FOR SALE���GO )D VIEW LOT ON
Seven   i ; 66     148; betwei n
Twi I th t i and cut-off. Price
^1,000, .a.-,, tei ms, owner, Box 27,
Collingw ood   E    t.
FOR   SALE���A    GASOLINE    CABIN
Launch,   9  1-2   foi t   beam,  35  feel
��     Jong.    Apply   for   particulars  to G.
Harvey,  853   Ramage street, i'i:y.
FOR SALE OR RENT���Modern furnished, .six roomed house; close to
car.   Apply, 41 I   Sixth street, City.
FOR SALE���SURREY; TEN ACRES,
S. D. 13, northwest 1-1 section 1!'.
township 2. Price $250 per acre;
1-3 cash; balance 6, 12 and 18
months. Add: ess N. B., News Office.
FOR SALE���GOOD WORK TF.AM
(2,S00 His.). Sound. Also wagon and
harness (new). Apply A. N. Mac-
kay, Burnaby Lake P. O., I . C.
Spesysl Trip
"SS. PRINCESS MAY"
To Prince Rupert and
Stewart
FOR SALE ��� MAGOON STRAW-
berry runners. Specially grown
rrom young plants. FV.ir dollars
jjer thousand. L. (,'laude Hill, Bur-
nahy   Lake.  P.   O.
FOR SALE -- SPEED LAUNCH
"Vile." 33 feet long, 4 fee t 6 inches
beam; fully equipped with 16 H. P.
four-cylinder "Cowie" engine, together with dynamo. In lirst class
���working order. Speed 14 miles per
"hour. To he seen at our docks,
Front street. The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOR RENT���ROOM FOR ONE OR
two gentlemen. Apply 205 Carnarvon sti eet.
On May 25 the "S. S. Princess May"
leaves   on   a   special   trip   to   Prince
| Rupert, where a stop of part of a day
! will   be   made.     Thence   to     Stewart
! where  the   steamer   will   spend  from
one  to  iwo  days,  giving  passengers
an  opportunity   of   visiting   the   new
boom mining town and mines in the
I vicinity.
A  short stop will  also he made at
| Prince   Rupert   on   lhe  return  trip.
ROUND TRIP FARE $50
including meals and berth.
ED. GOULET,
C. B. POSTER, Agent, C.P.R.
Ass. Gen, Puss. Agent.
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TO RENT���UNFURNISHED ROOM,
Apply corner Royal avenue and Seventh street
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
for rjne or two .adies. close to car.
615 Hamilton street, city.
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Mortgages
TO RENT ��� COMFORTABLY FUR-
nlshed  bedroom.    Apply  713 Trew
Btrcit.  city,
LOST.
J.OST ��� SILVER WATCH, SWISS
movement, No. 1527333, case No.
304529; 15 jewels. S. S. Cameron
will pay a liberal reward to finder
on returning same to Daily News
office.
LOST���On Columbia street between
Alexander and Sixth streets, silver
brooch trimmed with gold. Finder
return to the City Paint Shop, 37
Alexandra street, and receive reward.
K0ST���THURSDAY NIGHT, CUFF
with Masonic bar cuff link. Finder
please return to News Office.
BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
We  Can   Deliver the  Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldg.
Corner  Columbia  and   Bfcjbie   Streets
New Westminster B. C.���Phone 63b.
KELLINGTON EROS.
Corner Columbia  and   Begbie  Ctreets.
Phone 680.
City���Lot on Ninth street, near Third
avenue.     Price only   $800.
City���House     en     corner     lot     i
Queen's park;   modern;   six ro
Price   $2,400,   $500   cash,     bala
monthly.   Worth investigating.
Lulu Island���Twenty or Forty acres
on the North Arm road. Price only
$250 an acre. The land around this
has been subdivided, and is selling
at double the price. This Is your
last chance to Becure land along the
proposed tram line at this Qgure.
Terms easy.
Hjorth Road���Forty acres at $125 an
acre.    This  cannot   he  beaten.
Cloverdale���Forty acres;  10 acres are
cleared and cultivated. This corners
on two main roads, and only a short
|     distance  from the tram.    Good  for
a few days only.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner  Columbia  and   Begbie   Streets.
Phone 680.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
LANGLEY���80   acres,   the
S.   K.   ',   Of   Sec.   10,  1 :���
j 5  pi r acre;  $1,000 easl
$51 a per year.
N.    I j    of
10.    Price
b i .i. c
District of Ni   ���. W
Tal e   nol   e
Is invest     il.i,^ the army supply   (,,,,vv, ,.  Q,    ,,._
tion, building li
ply for pi ii
, ,i |ie.   tugltl        fi un tbe counti j   oi
facing pi i enti nces,    1 he | ovei n
1,'iellt
department   In   St.   Peteri but...   V. ai
. ...    and Kietf. and the res.ill., bid fair
to  dis. Insc  a  worse condition  of affairs than was found at  Mosi ow, Kazan  and In Turkeston, which  was  suf-
��� nl  to cans.- a tt liolesale Bhakeup
��� ������   i enl circles.
!   o  Investigators have  rbund  that
��� ���   ���  offii Lais, aiai med al    the
of   ai   earl)   ti   ���        lon   of
; .      i    ; - theli    raft, did evei j
BURNABY   SNAP  ���   3   3-4   acres   In                                                     |
p.   l,.   136.     Price   $2           '        ��� (tn favorite form of |
$1,000 cash, balance 6, 12 and 1 l to   the fronl   ���-: oil ������!
LAND    ���    -r
New   Wtstni
CITY���Lot  2 end   3  In
S. Ih 9 on Sev<
.-��� 50 each; *i
Blks.
li   :. .
and 7
:'  :  ���
BURNABY���Two    '4    acre    lots
tram  Hi      and store       P
��� .      '.i ms.
near
lowing de crlbed I i
Commencing
the S. i:  pi h i
In channel  |    ���
���     ml
erly, si  it hi
allele   111   t lie    ]   I    '.'
con tal i
SIMON 111
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LANGLEY���160 acres, 3. W. .4 of Sec.
11',,   Tp.   10,  2,000      1  feet ol     0   '
ii,-.   No - A number of
In  the  vicinity.    Price
.-15   pei      re;   1-3   cai   .  balai ��� e   I
������' ! eai s.
WILSON,   COOK   &   CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
:    .    ���   for   prai nothing,  1 nd
��� ���   the bulk   ol   the  monej   1 aid
iv ernmi nt,   C
ai   1 lie  fronl   would   reporl   thai   the
goods  I ���'!    polli !  In  I   malt.    Many
: I l       ��� ���     I     rentini
bt cai    chai    red bj   the   ;ovei n-
. ��� ��� to private   ihlppers al from $100
��� . ach.
Millions of dollars worth of ���
Invoiced as dispatched to the front
never pui chased. Watchmi n
over army stoies 1 and their plundering so profitable that they paid ns
high us $2,500 annually to avoid being
April  20, 1
Pi
110.
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTM
Tenders
Ti nders win be
derslgncd  up  to
a   p.   m.,   for   twi
(2240 lbs 1 ol  ���
of  1 Inch Ch I   It
inch   in    H Ickni
6x4 Inch T's.
I'ipi s   mut 1    be
c 11 ks or othei  th
INTERNATIONAL MOTOR
TRAFFIC IS REGULATED
thickness   of   mi
promoted to positions with larger sal-  vertically, and ci
aries, gus  Smith's or ol . f
At Kel fftwelve officials have admit-   tion.    Pipes   to
te l  taking bribes of from  $4,000    to   si ������   ��� Ig 1 :
Paris, May 16.���President Fallieres   $10,1  on each deal they turned for
I nas Just signed a decree regulating in-   the government.    Al  Warsaw the po-
ternational motor traffic. lice have made - 0      It! to the houses
The countries in the agreement aro of the officials, former officials, army
tlie raited States. England, Prance, contractors, gamblers and mistresses
Germany, Italy, Russia, Spain, Neth-j of suspects. The banks are also being
eilaiids, Sweden, Portugal, Koumania. compelled to make statements of the
Servla, Montenegro, Switzerland and private accounts of the officials. The
Monaco. investigators   estimate   that     in     St.
Cards will he issued to the proper Petersburg alone $10,000,000 has been
persons, good for one year, entitling   stolen.
autos to cross the border without pay- j Liberal members of the Duma are
ment. Each car with a certificate trying to force a similar Investigation
must expose the number of the certifi-t of   the   navy   department,    compared
Tenders for  Power  House   Equipment.
cate on the car, together with the
agreed lettering showing from a plac-
que twelve inches high, carrying his
number and letters four inches high,
"U. S."
with wliich the army supply department is described as a "school of honesty."
SEALED  TENDERS    addressed  to
the undersigned, and  marked on  the
I envelope   "Tender   for   Power   House
Equipment," will be received at the
I otlice  of   the   Commissioners    of  the
1 Transcontinental  Railway, at Ottawa,
I Ont., until  U o'clock noon of the 25th
j day of  May,  1910,  for the equipment
Some   of  our  shrewd  clients  X necessary for power house in connec-
* tion with the shops east of Winnipeg,
including water tube boilers, mechanical stokers, feed water heaters, engines, generators, air compressors,
pumps.
Plans and specifications may he seen
are  beginning to feel that out-   *
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side   property   is   now   nearly   ���
a   as high as it. is worth. They say   ���
Walk to Vancouver.
Morden, Man., May 16.���James At-
kin, one of the oldest and most energetic citizens and jailer here, who is
now off on leave of absence, left al
five o'clock this morning for Vancouver on foot. He hopes to reach the
coasl city within thirty days. Mr.
Atkin is ahout sixty years of age, hut
as fleet-footed as a lad of eighteen
summers, and for some years has
been planning this trip.    lie is full of
NOTICE.
Take notice tl
of Vancouver, B. C
:, Intends to 1
to  purchase  the  I
lands:
Commencing   at      ���   I
the  southeast   p< ll
Ij Ing ahout 10 ch
Islan I;   thence    noi
southerly   and
Bhore to the pi u
.! \ M
JOl
Take  notice   that   I. Grace  Crulck-
si ank, of Matsqui. h. c, tai mer's �� Ife, containing 6 ai  ���
Intend to apply in the 1 Isslonei
, of  Lands  and   VVi I ks    VlctOl la,   for  a
I license to prospeel for coal and petrol-
team on and under the following des
, cribed  lands:
Commencing at a posi marked
('���race 1 'raict..shank's. nn \ _ ,.,,, ner
set of the Section line between Section   21*,   and   29,   Tp.   16,   New    Wesl
:1
I
April   20,  lfilO.
!
that   the   old   stock   exchange
rss
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTS! MANA-
per G. J. Syk es), 62 Powell street,
Vancouver, Phone 3575, Prompt
attention given to all orders for
cnnle help. King us up, wire or
���awritiL it unable  to  visit  us.
CITY OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Applications will be received hy the
anderslgned up to May 16, at 5 p. m.,
tor tbe position of City Treasurer.
W. A.  DUNCAN, City Cleik.
City Hall, April  2d, 1910.
UNITED BROTHERHOOD OF AMBR.
ica. No. 2 meets every Tuesday evening. Cunningham's hall, Sixth
street. Trustees, M. G. Fraser, D.
JMcNce and W. H. Fraser, Vancouver, A. II. Tupper, authorized organizer for New Westminster.
ILLINOIS  OPERATORS  AND
MINERS CANNOT AGREE
j axiom is good which says "Sell J
% *
* whim   everyone   wants   them; ���
% x
a buv when no one wants them." ���
> 1
* They have figured out that they _
a
* have  done pretty well by real a
* estate     and     are    now   buying ���
f mortgages. They say that seven ��
��� ���
��� to  eight  per  cent,  is  good  for ���
��� f
��� such  high class, gilt edged  se- *
!
Peoria, III, May 16.���Indications to-
sj'ight. are that no agreement will be
reached between Illinois miners and
operators and that a general strike
will follow throughout the state affecting 72,000 miners.
Following a long executive session
today by the miners, preparations
���were made for establishment of a
commissary department for thc various districts.
A committee of nine was appointed
tto take up the matter in anticipation
of .1 strike. It was the belief of delegates attending the convention to-
,night that when the points in differ.
ence come before the special committee of eighteen appointed today io
take them I >. no agreement can bo
.reached.    The crisis will come Tues-
a curity���in  fact  there  is no  se
��� curity  better  than  a mortgage   t
{ on  improved real estate which   4
X has  withstood  all  the  scrutiny
a
��� given   morgages    which  passes
��� through our hands.    They    feel
��� that    with     such      mortgages
f they  can   sleep  pretty  comfort-   4
a ably���no anxiety as  to a pos-
���
��� slhle drop in value.
��� If real  estate has done well
��� for you, or if you are for any
��� reason   looking   for   the   great-
.> est   security  in   investment,   it
��� will   pay  you  to     see   us    and
X talk    over    the    matter.      Our
��� knowledge  is   at  your  disposal
*
% without   charge.     Years  of   ex-
��� perience and study of financial
��� matters of all kinds fit us to
2 speak  with some degree of au-
��� thority.
. ambition.   Editor Fox, of the Empire,
!,.i..t,"'.��!Il,/e."f..t.h_c -lnv!.i'-]linc,er.l}\.M  him  goodby and  started  him  off
just as the clock struck five.   The citi-
the Commissioners, Mr. Gordon Grant,
at Ottawa, and In the ofiice of tho District Engineer of the Commissioners
at St. Boniface, Manitoba.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed form supplied by
tlie Commissioners, which may be had
on application to the Chief Engineer
at Ottawa, or to the District Engineer
at St.  Boniface, Man.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed hy all the parties to the tender,
and witnessed, and he accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
Bank of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the order of the Commissioners ef the Transcontinental Railway,
for a sum ��qual to ten per cent
(10 p.c.) of the amount of the tender.
Any person whose tender is accepted shall withia ten days after the acceptance thereof sign the contract,
specifications, and other documents required to be signed, and in any case
of refusal or failure on the part of
the party whose tender is accepted to
complete and execute the contract
with the Commissioners, the said
cheque shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure, and all contract rights acquired by the acceptance of the tender shall he forfeited.
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are accepted will be
deposited to the credit of the Receiver
General of Canada, as security for the
due and faithful performance of the
contract according to Its terms.
The cheque deposited by parties
whose tenders are rejected will be
returned within ten days after the
signing of the contract.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway.
zens are unanimous in wishing him a
successful trip. Mr. Fox has arranged for daily reports from him.
PUBLIC   MEETING
In response
minster District, about 10 chains north  petition    of
of the s. E. comer of Section 29;
thence south one mile; then wesl one
mile; then north one mile; then east
one mile to ihe poinl of commi ni e
ment; 640 acres.
GRACE CRUICKSHANK,
Matsqui,  April   18,   1910,
to  a   '
rati ;
agalnsl  the delays
of   the   iinprov en ei -:
treet,   I   hereby  1
It r.   M   be   held"   In   till I
Wednesday, the I8tl     st  sl I
JOHN   '
Mayor's Ofiice. May 11, I
K��29E.?am��^:)��__SK&aKEBf
Dated at Ottawa, April 27, 1910.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the
Commissioners will not, ho paid for lt.
Dominion Trust
���
I       Co., Ltd.
2 T.   R.   PEARSON,
* Manager   N.   W.   Branch.
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MAY ARREST KING OF
SIAM   FOR   POLYGAMY
Honolulu, May 10.���If King Chula-
longhorn of Slam stops at Honolulu
en route to the United States he may
be arrested by order of l'nited Slates
Dlsti let. Attorney Breckons for violating the Edmonds anti-polygamy act,
which is Btrlctly enforced in Hawaii.
The king wdll he accompanied by his
forty wives, according to an announcement from Slam, The 'district attorney says the fact that it is a king
that, violates the law would not prevent, him from causing (lie arrest.
Six Lots en bloc, situated
between 8th and 10th avenues
close to Cumberland street, on
the highest point  in  the city.
Price $1650 for the bunch.
Only $600 cash required, balance easy.        ....
finance Co., Ltd
N. 13. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
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Corney  Eighth   St.  and   Fifth  Avenue.
PHONE  370.
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ANIMALS   PARTICULAR   WITH
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Tlmberland P. O.
Joseph Travers
Price $2,400;  small ���        paj meat,
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' '; ' "it  your money  for
f>' In The Hank of Toronto
I'l be safe while you leave
11,1 ready when you need It,
���- ".1 it  will be
UTheTime
'"g fur you three prr cent.
P ': '���    Small  or large sums
deposited at any time.
80   BRANCHES
"Mill'i(>.   Quebec   and   the
Went.
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ood  location.
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10-room modern house on '���     i la    ���' on Third avenue.
$':>> 0.    Kasy tei
; , ,,. , | ,,.,, i,.,, house close to   Columbia  Btreel      P
J!   i ( ash, balance like rent
Two B-roomed nouses close In.   Price only $1,100 each;  f-.\ < ibj
terms.
ll-roomed house;  close In. Price .3,000 on easy tonus.
We have houses tor sal.- In all parts of the city and on verj easy
terms    Consul! us ll you want to buj a home.
Two lots on Twelfth streel   Price onlj  .900 for the two; 1 l1 caBh,
balance o\ er I wo s eai *.
Two lots on Twelfta streel car line.    Price only  $850 each;   1-3
c ish, balance 0, 12 and is months.
Two lots corner of Regina l-size lol on Third avenue.   Price only
$2,000; l-:'. cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Two lots on corner of Seventh avenue and Fourth Btreet,    Price
$1,300; i 3 cash, balance G and 12 months.
One full-sized lol  on  Nanaimo street,   Price $660.
Lots  13 and  ii  near Windsor   siu-h   backing   on   Cunningham
street.   $2,100 per lol.  L-3 cash, balance
$650 pn lei ms
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Lol on Hamilton Btrei t,   Prlc
Two lota on Edinburgh Btreel
tin' two,
ii and 12 montliB.
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to Twelfth Btreel    Price $1.:uhi
We have also 5 and lo acre
nnd up.   See us about them,
blocks in Surrey ranging trom $12S
avers
To   thosi    ���' : ������    :  ' '    Iin. or   or,
.   when  tl e  ps   d<   o
the   G "        Shows   return
ro thi    ������' ippear thai  I  ���
.'.���iis of animals
aro placed indiscriminately in the
menai.    .     ��� this Is  nor   Uie
case,
It is necessary for the peace ol
animal  families    ths     I  ���     arrange
ment ���   ���        t     day.   If
the lion  cage o first, iv'e
monki ���        >i.   the   polar    bear
next,  Ue seals  noxi. tho  hippo
mns nexl and so nn down ono Bide of
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Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED  WORK,   FISH   BOXES.     LARGE
FANCY GLASS.
STOCK     PLAIN     AND
Telephone
Royal City Pianing Mills  Branch
12 New Westminster
Box   127
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McQuarrie & Co.-
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.$6.75 per Bbl.
.4,5.25 per Bbl.
..$4.50 per B^>-
New Wetttninster. Telephony 333.
DR.  PERTILLON   DECLARES
OLD  RUFFIANS  ARE RARE
s?xsf s ~-uT,
P is. Mav 16- Dr. Bertlllon op-
-,������ the dii'iiint thai the openlng'of
Is moans lhe closing of prisons
tie Is readier to believe thai the contrary Is true, as bad haiuri reveal
i selves very soon and primary
education aggravates tills. H gives
(tics Bhowtng thai married mon
are steadier than others, especlallj
when they have familios. owing to
theli deBlre to be honored by their
i lni li on As show Ing the \ nlue of
wo m's conti ol Dr, Bei tlllon pi o\ i s
thai widowers' criminality equals that
of bachelors, ewm when they have
children, while the cHmlnality of
childless widowers is the highest of
any class.   He gives women generally
a i I character,    l le eaj b they ai e
Incoinparabl] less ofteh criminals
than mon and when they are criminals
man Is usually al the bottom of the
trouble. Man's oilinlnnlliy Is only
��� or Idei able to the age of foi ly and
decreases (hereafter. Old Indians are
vers rare.
Lots at
till ^y
150 Each
DLACKMAILFRS   BUSY
IN   GERMAN
CENTER
REAL ESTATE
Walker Block,  Next to Todd's Music   House
AUCTIONEER
Phone  703
PITAL
1st
.  $4,000,000
. .  4,750,000
|W   WESTMINSTER,    B     C.
BRANCH
J' Oracey, Mgr,
DECLARE   MEXICAN TRADE
BEING   SADLY   NEGLECTED
IS
British <"o-
displaying
possibilities
the Mexican
be making much effort to Investigate
the possibilities of Guadalajara as a
market for dried flsh, Portland cement, applet, lumber, box shocks, etc.
Freight rales by steamer from Victoria or Vancouver, B.C.. to Man/an-
[Ho range around 20s. per ton, and the
haul from Man/anillo to (liiadaliijara,
varies from 2Ss. per ton to 49s. per
ton."
Victoria, May 16.- Tbo
lumbia  roll-nits aro riot
the enterprise thai the
or the developmenl  of
trade   win rani   Is  the  efleel   of  �� ��������
tion or the commercial repori oi tne
Hritish Vice-consul al Guadalajara.
A copy or the extract In which this
commenl la made has been forwarded
to the board of trade by His Honor
Lieut-Governor Paterson, who sayf,
in part: "The vice-consul, P '-
Holmes, would no doubt bo .lad to
furnish anv turther Information wnh n
mav be re |Uired by the merchants or
British Columbia wishing to open
or  Increase  their  trade with
The Clause referred to follows:^  ^^  f ,, _    |;]h,  ^^   j(   ^
Leprosy   From   Rats.
/.nnesville, O.. May lfi.���The report
waa persistently circulated today that
two .his, students of the Zanesville
high school, had heen stricken with
leprosy. The girls left school several days n?o 111 and the authorities re-
Mexico." fuse to give any Information. It Is
rumored   that   the disease  was    con-
llaliibnrg, May 10.��� (lime moro
North (leiman merchant princes are
preyed upon by a bold camorra of
blackmailers. Jullud Heeri �� shipowner, has paid out thousands of dollars  nnd   a   half   do/ou  Others    have
temporised with the gang.   Hut when
frau Viet li. wl.'nw of a wealthy sports
man. received n dozen letters demand
lni.,   money   with   menaces   of   mm dor,
she handed the communication to the
police      No   offence   was   alleged   by
the   blackmailers- they     simply     demanded   money  on  penalty of death.
A   clue  was found  and    the  police
started hot  foot to the headquarters
of   the   gang,   only   to   find  tbey   had
all decamped.    Since then their activity has redoubled hut the police have
failed  to lay them hy the heels.
lOvery rich man with some dark incident in his past Is terrorized bti
i It is believed many more have been
j bled than have admitted it so far, Also
j the suspicion Is growing that the pang
'have confederates i;n the police force
Itself,
We have for sale a block of large lots
situated in lhe very best part of South
Westminster. Will be sold en bloc at
the low price of $150 each. This is
$1.00 a lot below anything in the vicinity. Terms, one-third cash; balance,
li, 12 and 18 months.
Lots on 2nd Street
Between 8th md 10th Avenues
Prices  from $250 to $375
There is absolutely nothing cheaper to
be got in city property.   This is a good
chance.   Get in now.
OPERA   HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
'it  is to  bo  regretted  that
Columbian merchants do
not appeal' to form of "rats."
j,
May IS���The Prince of Tonight.
May 24���Juvenile llostonlans.
May 25���Jessie MacLachlan.
June 2���Dorothy Morton.
June 30���The  White  Squaw.
The British Canadian
Corsipai/, Limited
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:    The Dominion Trust
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, May
The Dasiy News iAdditional Locals
PabUshe. by Tne Dally News Publisn- Mjss ,..,,.y T.iv](m (ia,lghter 0f the
tag Company. Limited, at their offices iate James Taylor, of Langley, died
Conic-   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria shortly before four o'clock this morn-
Streets ins at the residence of her brother-
 ���������, ���_������ ������~ In-law,    Otwaj     Wllkie,   629    Eighth
���. A.   Paige Managing   Director .::cet, at  the age Of forty-one yea  s.
In Vancouver White Rock lots are
selling al $700 and J-':" i ich, but
White, Shi i a fi Co., who control some
of tbe choicest lots In this charming
summer resort, are putting a block
of forty on saie this week at prices
ranging from $225 to $360 eacli, and
on the easiest of terms. **
The funeral of the late James Emerson Mllll an, who died at Tynehead
on Saturday, took place yesterday
from   liis  residence   at  Tynehead   to
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TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1910.
Fire, Life, Accident and  Marine
INSURANCE
AGENT FOR THE SUN  FIRE  INSURANCE   OF   LONDON.   ENG.
(Establish! d 1710.)
ACENT   FOR   THE   ALLIANCE    INSURANCE   COMPANY   OF
PHILADELPHIA
I  Have   Buyers   For   Real   Estate
In   New   Westminster
Trapp Block. Columbia  St. New Westminster.
Phones:  Office, 653;   House, 153. P. O.   Box 952.
DIVORCES    IN   CANADA.
The   I ci   thai   during   the   s     I .
just ended, the senati  granted twenty
divorces,   tn   Increase  6.   three  over
3a-st year, Is being used us a basis for the odd Fellows' cemetery here.    He
many Bounding warnings agalnsl  the was  seventy-eight  years of age  and
dangers    which    threaten    from   any'came  originally from  Scotland.    He
,    ,           , ,        .      .. bus three sons living m the province
source- ��h;ci,  would mak<   the mar- Dut he hlmBeif had only been out here
riage ti   less binding.   Warnings, pro- f0r  at>ou1   two   years.    \V.   B.   Fales
ylded they have a foundation in prob- had  charge  of   the   funeral   arrange-
ability and a  logical connection with nients.
current  events,  are  excellenl   things Money to loan on  well    improved
for  any  people  to  hear;   if  some  of city   property.   Can   take
them appear far-fetched and exagger- good  propositions now.
ated,  tbe realization of this adds to 614 Columbia street.
<iur pride am! gratification in a state The  Bohemian  Cafe wlll  in  futuie
of affairs wbi-     l!     i littli   a menaci be  open   all  night.    Special  arrange-
i,   ,ii.  .,,, m< nts for pri\    e parties.               **
to futui ���         eiopment.    In tnu pai-
ticulai   instani   ,  li   will   undoubl dlj      Coroner Plttendrlgh decided that an 	
be accented by the generality of Can- inquest was unnecessary in the ease      Fori   Wayne.   Ind.,   May   IG.���The
��e accepted dj  tne i   nenuu;      ^' ...                  ^   Im,ja.   drowned  in amalgamation of tin and steel work-
adlans that li a scoi    ol d    ���������    for ]he [iver on Sunday eVening,   M\ the ers,  in  convention   here today,  went
seven million people Is by no means circumstances    pointed   to   accident,  on record with a den,and for the re-
an indication of a common disregard chief   Charlie,   oi   Chilliwack,   cam.'  moval   of   the   tariff   on   beef   and
ot the marriage vows, no divorces at down yesterday and arrangements tor  pledged Itself to any political action
t).e burial will be mate today. proposed by the American Federation
on    several
W. J. Kerr,
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X AUCTIONSALE :
��� on   the   Marshall   Farm of   First Class    Dairy    Cows.    etc..   Thursday, ���
X May   19.   (One   mile   from   Westminster   Junction.)      Lunch    wiil     be ^
��� served. *
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STEEL  WORKERS  WANT
BEEF TARIFF  REMOVED
ih
an Office, Bee  W.   E.
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.-ill    would    have    been   even    marc
satisfactory   a   record.     In   tlie   pas'.      To   Furn
eleven   years,  the   senate   has   freed  Fales.
one  or the other of contracting par-      gee j. A. Motherwell for Fire, Accl-
ties  to  one  hundred  and  eleven  un- dent and Automobile Insurance. Room
happy  marriages,  which  is  eleven  a *.  Merchants  Hank  Building.    Phone
.year on an average.    In  1900, there ��J '
wcer  five divorces granted;   in  1901,      In a short time J. C. Blair, the to-
ihree; in 1902, four, or an average of  bacconlst, will move from ���
four a year tor the flrst three years
of  the  last  decade.    During  the  last
three   years,   the   figures   have   been
of Labor to Improve labor conditions
In  the  United States.
Council Raises
location  to  the   store  occupied   until
Water Lot Rate
lately by T. A. Muir <& Co.
Westminster    property
(Continued from Page 1.)
is
South
,   bandied bv Hale Bros, and Kennedy, Accommodation would be provided foi
twelve ln 190    seventeen   n 1909 and  ud    ^ Jn . nd Bee ^      ��� they .^         q&          ^             ment ^
twenty ln 1910, a total of forty-nine will put before you some good things. ; bw the . e[K..   &n . ^ ^
or an average of something over six-      _,��,,,                ,���    .:           i rnrnmnniratinnc
The    following    applications    ha\e communications.
teen divorces a year.   In other words  heen sc,nt in {or the p0Suion of city Wade, Whealler & McQuarrie gave
the average number of divorces grant-Itreasurer:   F. P. Maxwell, D. R.  Don- an opinion on tbe damage claim pre-
ed  each  year  has quadrupled,  which   ley, il. D. Curtis, John K. Raphael, li. ferred by Mrs. Thompson for injuries
ir far our of nronortlon to tlie increase  Pollard. Charles J. Robson, J. A. Ren- by   water   to   tbe   Thompson   block.
is tail our of proportion to tne increase          ^  _.   A   Pontefact.    A11,  with They did not think that Mrs. Thomp-
in population.    The fact that we are  thjj exceptlon of thc last nameci, who son  had a claim  and  if  she  did  re-
ao close to the  United States, where   writes   from   Montreal,  are   residents cover, the contractor of the  building
the  divorce   evil   has become one   of   In   the   citv.     Tlie   council   will   con- or the Hassam Paving company would
the great social problems of this gen- eider   the  applications   at   a   special be liable.    A copy of this letter will
the great social          ems ot tins gen                  of Jhe coi]nt,n cal)ed for lhe be [jass..d on t0 WhUeslde feEdmongs.
cation.      undoubtedly      makes      us  purpos| at flve 0-clock thls afternoon. B.   J.   Fader,  on   behalf   of   A.   W.
watch with tlie more anxiety for any Mouat,   a   commercial   traveller   wh.>
indication that the infection is spread-1    The  01Iver  Typewriter  Agency  at fen off a sidewalk and hurt  himself
ing to this side of tbe  line.    In  the
746   Columbia   street   is  being     con- f;n April 26, presented a bill of $148;55
stantly asked for stenographers.   Vou r0r damages. Referred to finance coin-
state of Xew York, tor example, there  can [earn the Oliver at home. Seven- mittee for report.
is now one divorce for every ten mar-' teen cents a day pays for it.   See Hoi-      j,  \y.   Blackman,  city engineer.  In
rk is by no means  ton E. Sands and ask him to tell you a communication  commenting on ti
rlages, and New Yorl
tbe most profligate of tbe commonwealths. While our own statistics are
not alarming, there Is every reason
for taking care that there shall be no
chance of them becoming so.
MR.  FIELDING'S  TESTIMONIAL.
Thc Victoria Week, a McBride publi-
all about it.
Spring is here���how about those
plants for the gaid.n? Tidy, the
Florist, can suit you to a T in anything in that line. **
By the direction of Alderman C. A.
Welsh, chairman of the parks committee, all gates leading to Queen's
park are now kept wide open, making it possible  for  visitors  to  drive
cation,   has   no   sympathy
with   those   persons   who   have  c:iti-
whalevur j through   the  pleasure   grounds.     The
survey of the city, gave it as his
opinion that an entirely new survey
should be made and the same passed
by act of parliament. Referred to
board of works and mayor.
The B. C. B. R. notified the city
that It would start soon to build Its
branch to Lulu island over the new
bridge.
John   G.   Walker,   president  of  tlie
conference  of  the   Seventh   Day   Ad-
ventlsts, asked the permission of the
gate at'the'east end" of the park had   cit>' council to hold the annual camp
been  chained  to  the fence for many   meeting  of  the   church    here    from |
cised the Hon. W. S. Fielding, minis-  years August 12  to 21.    He asked  for the
ter of finance,  for  receiving;',  testi- use of Tipperary for the purpose.   Re-
,    ��� 1    f ,���,���,������   , .    ,.     ...        I'm   never   settled;     move,     move,   ferred to parks committee for report.
monial  of   .100,00. i-loast  of all  with I.   a��� tfte ^    pjn jn  fte bag. ,     The    H,i;lckman-Ker    Milling    com-
those who have criticised him on po- gage and transfer business and move pany asked for tlie renewal of leases
Jitical grounds. It expresses its opin-! that you give me some of your busi- on water lots 54 and 55 for a term of
ion in these terms:    "If Canadians are I ness.    William   Medley,   Phone    G(>4,   twenty-five years  from the  first day
day; 421, night. **   of  January  last  with  renewal  condi
tions suclt as granted to them on water lots 33, 34 and 35 and adjoining
lots held by other industries.      The
letter pointed out that the water lots
were   lised   in   connection   with   the
cereal mill aim that when it was built
made whereby one |
be   granted   at   a
hy the generous action of a few.   Mr.  to  pitt Lake  on   May  24,  on which ; nominal   sum   of   $1   per  year   as   a
Fielding is a man of unblemished rep-i date tbe annual picnic of' the league   *?onus  t0  the  industry.    Referred  to
..... , .       ...     _,ni v,��� llo,,i j finance committee for report,
utatlon,   both   in   private   and   public |wm De nem-
life.    He  has  occupied  a  position  in!     The Bank    of    Toronto beg to nn- 1 ���       i -jl-
���which  he   has   had   countless   oppor- nounce that they will be open for busi- ! ^^^
for  a'noss   on   Saturday   evenings   from   7 I ������������������������������������������������������������������������������
until 9 o'c'o-k *���
so  deficient  in   public  spirit,  and  so
.mean in their treatment of public ser-      $15,000 waiting to be put out on in-
vants,  that thev  will  not  loosen  the 'side- will-improved city property.   W.
J. Kerr, 014   Columbia street. **
purse-strings   enough   to  pay   a   cab
inet   minister   even   a   living   salary
Negotiations   are   under   way   look-
they  have  no  right to  complain  be-;inS   towards   the   chartering    of   the   ���������''"';:;"'��
... . . ,     .     . i steamer   Pavstreak   by  the   Epworth   an agreement was
cause their parsimony is emphasized L^ rf Q^.    aveJ_ue fm\ run . water    ot   was   to
tunities of benefitting himself,
longer period than any of his prede
cessors; and he has done it with a
.skill and a credit to which not one
of them can lay claim. After twenty
years' office as a provincial minister
in Nova Scotia, and fifteen years as
a federal minister at Otiawa, Mr.
Fielding is a poor man, and nothing
more honorable could be said of him.
Alex. Reid, Dominion timber agent
at Enderby, is spending a few days
in  the city.
Cot the habit, smoke "Solo Special" j
cigars, havana filled, ** ;
A   verdict,  of   "death   from   poison" i
was returned by the jury empanelled
to ascertain the cause of the death of i
. , ,   , i.lohn  Willing, steward of the dredge
The Week is prepared to accept the   ���    .,, c    ...       ,.    , ��� ,
1     ' ��� Friihling,  who  died  suddenly  on  Sat-
.solemn declaration of Sir Wilfrid Lan- uriay afternoon. There was no evi-
arier, that no person who contributed I dence to show that the man contem-
to Mr. Fielding's testimonial was ln'plated suicide, and it is probable his
.iny   way   associated,  or  likely  �����   > <���   demi8e   waR   the   result   of   an   over"
way associated, or likely to be
associated, with government business
Tlie gift was creditable, alike to the
dose of medicine.
For    Geraniums,    Dahlias
ind    all
honors and the recipient;   and while I��lnd,B Of Spring Bedding Plants phone I
_.     ...    .   .._ . .  .    . ., Davis' Greenhouse, R 208. **     \_
The Week diflers widely from the po- .���
litieid  views of the  finance  minister.;    J. C. Metcalfe, of Hammond, B. C, ���***
:���:   recognises   that   he   is  easily   the  h:ls been sent by the provincial gov-  J
ernment into the northwest provinces  *
conducted ' 2
most brilliant Incumbent of the office
since the days of Confederation, and
f.hat it is a reproach to the country
he has served so well that private
individuals should have had to discharge a public obligation.
WAR   DUE TO  BEGIN.
Lima, Peru, May 16.���A government
transport carrying a regiment of ar-
.tillery, a hospital corps, and a big
���cargo of ammunition and other munitions of war, sailed today for Tum-
tocz, a port on the northwest coast of
Pel ii, not far from the southern boun-
**'���>'���
Official advices received from Aya-
vaca, just  south  of  the   Ecuadorian
by him last year, 1. e., to enquire into ���
the problems affecting the transpor- J
'"Hon and marketing of British Co-|J
lumbia fruit In the prairie provinces, ���
and generally do all he can to further , J
the interests of the fruit growers of ���
the province. \_
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For a pleasant cool drink, try the j 2
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. ** j ���
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For Sale���High power automobile1?
(roadster) in good running order, i X
Might exchange for real estate. Room j ���
8, Westminster Trust Block, City. **     IX
Rehearing of Standard Oil Case.
Washington, MAy lfi.���Tlie supreme
court   of   the   United    Stated    today
fixed November 11 as the date for the
tfrontler, says the troops of the Bcua-: rehearing of tlie Tobacco and Stand-
rinrt.mt had bee.i seen approacliiug.     I ai d  Oil  cases.
Pianos from $325  up
Organs, $75 and up.
Singer    Sewing    Machines,    $45
and   up.
Edison    Phonographs,   $16   and
up.
Victor  Gramophones, $31 and up.
$5 Zithers for $2.50.
Violins from $3 to $100.
Guitars, from $6 to $45.
Mandolins from $4 to $35.
Banjos, $15 and $20.
Accordlans from $3 to $12.
One  Second   Hand   Piano,  $250.
One   Second   Hand   Piano, $125.
THE    HOUSE    WHERE    YOU
GET A  SQUARE   DEAL.
J. H. TODD'S MUSIC
HOUSE
Columbia St.   New Westminster
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PROCLAMATION.
Whereas it has pleased
Almighty God to take unto
Himself our beloved Sovereign, King Edward VII.
And whereas it has been
deemed proper that a day
be set apart tor mourning
the great loss we have sustained   i her bv.
Now, therefore, I, the undersigned Mayor of the City
of New- Westminster, do
hereby proclaim Friday the
twentieth day of May, 1910,
a solemn day of mourning
for the loss of our beloved
Sovereign, and respectfully
invite all citizens fittingly
to observe the same,
JOHN A. LEE,
Mayor's Ofiice, Mayor.
New Westminster,
May  16, Pan.
Ancient Order Foresters
Funeral Notice
Si
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!j HUNDREDS OF YA:IB$\
OF LACE
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City  of
New   Westminster
New Westminster, B. C.
May 11, 1910.
To the Citizens of New Westminster:
Whereas it has been the
will of Almighty God to call
from amongst his people,
His Majesty King Edward
VII., whose memory is revered by all Uis subjects
throughout the Empire and
whoso sterling qualities
have been so recognized by
all the nations of the world
that are participating In our
national sorrow:
It is meet and proper that
this Royal City, whose name
was bestowed by our late
Sovereign's lamented mother, Queen Victoria, should
pay special reverence to his
memory on the day Of his
obsequies.
I thi'-efore request all citizens to join in the public
memorial service in Queen's
park on Friday, the twentieth day of May, 1910, at
3;3D o'clock in the afternoon.
In so far as possible, I
would also requost all persons to wear some emblem
of mourning.
JOHN A. LEE,
Mayor.
Members of Court Royal Columbia
No. 88(18 are requested to assemble
at Murchle's parlors at !i:45 o'clock
Tuesday morning, May 17, 1910, for
the purpose of attending the funeral
of our late brother, ,1. Wilding, of
Court. Victoria. Visiting brethren aro
cordially  Invited  to  attend.
G. F. BALDWIN, C. R.
J. J.  RANDOLPH, Sec.
<$
At   5c   per   .     |
Coti.,a   and   Lli
Cluny Lace and p
a large varletj  ol
wuiihs   varyln
Inches. Saturday'i
a  big di.'en nc    i
'   ...   '. I   Dl   :_���
till  i lent;   ���
(i i\s more,   i
ou    will
I     .     ,,   ,. , I   ll
;       d.    Per  yard
A Snap in Silk Skills
$2.95
A cleanup of samples and   >dd  silk  skirts;   altrn  i
[|    shade anion,   thes-, Including   Pink,   Pale   Blue,  On
and all are marked down to a price thai  should  nol
JS    Btay here long.    The values wlll surprise you;  they . . j
half the regular price.    Worth in  a   regular   waj   a
On sale for    121
Rare Bargains
in Sunshades
$8.50   Values for   $4.50.
6 only, While Silk with Chilli n, Net and Ribbon Ruchli     Pi'.eHi !
Lined Chiffon and  Ri d Lined  with   Chiffon   at  a   tei
Regular prices range from  $6.50 to $8.60.   Now fur ... KX
BEE OUR  WINDOW SHOWING,
See Our New Arrivals
in Wash Gooi.\
New  Ginghams,  Btripes   and cheel      llghl  and   med
splendid  tor  Wash   Waists and  Dn  IM    .   a  shipinenl  ol   I ' -:i
jusi  received; 27 inches wide. Per yard    '*
Striped Wool Taffetla
65c per Yard.
A   material   specially   adapted to the popular Prlnci
dress.    In  a  pleasing variety  of shadings of Blue. Brown   i
���12 Inches wide; per yard  	
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A Bargain
Two fine lots on  Hamilton Street   near   Moody   squai
rliwl
<>   fenced and fruit trcs;  barn and chicken house.    Price $1,550.  Terl
ay   V4  cash, balance 6, ll! and 18 months.
P. PEEBLES
Phone   307. 620 Columbia    St. New Westminster. B. &���
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AY 17, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE kivk.
SPORTING NEWS
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Steel   City   Minister     Voices    81
Opinion on    Coming  Heavyweight
Battle Between Black and Whit
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T'ittsl.ii  ��� '      Ri       Dl       I'n
dolph  i   l'oiiei   oni  ol  iin   in.; ��� ' nt
noiu   iiehnv.   d   in      ii,  tin     United
Kiel;   siiiies, yesterday preached u sermon
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WE   HAVE   A   LARGE   LISTINf    Ol     I'URNABY PROPERTY
ALONG  THE   NEW  TRAM   LINE.
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Llmlteri.
win. -laek Gleasdta in        glng  ,,���  ,  ,���    ���..���,    | ___, _ -��� ��� ��� ��� ���
because   hi   tearei thi     Bghl   would I __ _�����... '. i    n���.n  n      . ��      i
,,��������� .���... ,  arouse   race   pre    i ' ";|h
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Uollli'   id
,  0��  tin   .rr.fU'ies-.lohnson
,, came Into prominence
,i    ti. hi   at
selerieii  to  le
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; : Bmeryvl
pluce, liow. i
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Johnson
: -     Bergei    and
! i   Johnson.
l.nrd. do v ..u." '   hi
.:.:.'    n pi ������ ���   Bj rj er,
1���   .       a  cheer as
one  of   the
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issues   Statement,
the  follov Inf   ��� i '���
out   und  white  am
down.
t'niii.i   im. it pn ol  the Gos
p ���   i. ibbl     offei   i..      dtei   the pre
m ti ea   flghi bi foi i
hi  '   pn     >d hi     lei       in  attendi d
tin   Crnu ��� tit al     Mel ee
neu    I"-      i.i i   Tliursda;   night,
kuockei  out  Slmcoi
;i   Llu      In      ..in;  am   I bei i   w ai  an
i   ii   tin   prollmliu   I
iph   \ 'in   in   i   ne re    wltn
a   pri-/ '    tab    Rabb        ol i i
 changi      liel
���   -,, i:  tbe    i.H'v.
In the fl '8   pluc i
In the fou    i ii
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.-!     inn 'I    ;���   ni"
ti ,    wei       ��� 'i. I'oii'etn
,1 , ' ';      ���    lie i    v  n,
,   oi   'i i u   tli     v :��� i      nlnei
fo      till     OCI le.lol,        tt'hlll     tWO      men
ii     ������['   ;  mlntiti  late
i. ..i    these  ptif 111   ���   climbi il   o
walkei   ti   the dressing-
is    The eight fi. h        ������     i   per
hi pi   lh(
HISTORY OF TITLE FROM
JEFFIIIES TO JOHNSON
Btepi    In   Rintj   History   That   Caused
Undefeated  Heavyweight Champion to Come  Forth.
Don't do Your Shopping
I With   US   Today,   WF
H  LOSE  MONEY
Tin  hlstor   of hoi    ei  n,      weigh
ohamplonslili   11 li   hat   changi i   liandi
sm. .    loff ii ���        i   i    ui   because  be
i null   i ind t"   oni   i i"   ."i ��� i   to face
hiu,   li   Interesl lni   ������<    thli   I Im	
,!.,    tin    i"'.' teal  ���    champloi    b
tin    worli   afte    '��� ��� di      l toi
Monroe  In Ban French ugusl  26,
������   .   ,i   fou    rounds
.inei   Roo   am    . .    li   flar     met
In i,  linisi   flgli   fo     '     title
,i    Reno     i   ad i, Jul     I     1)0 i   Hurt
wlnnlnj   tin   bs th   on a knockou    in
th<     welfth   round      Ha       oi    laflU
tie eigm. nir,iii<.-io ��~.v. ,.       ary   if,  following, pul   ai a    Pal   Cal-
/lthoul   un     lahai   It   Bu ti    Mon ��� li    wi   rounds.
������      .'������     HHo    ���   hot!
,io.n
.
  Hi   fo fell ,   ciain   to  thi   title  when
evening. .he wai   bested In t     * en   ��� ound fle-
tries and Johnson wlsl  ti  fle   clslon flghi bj Tomm;   Burns in Los
clde the questlo    b   ween theroi itigeles, Pebruarj  23, 1906,
as lo who is- tin   superlo   b hai      Burm woi  t  numbe   ol unlmportanl
"it ness; it 1 ���   mei    u-_ \  ���    before   he   gained   a   decision
dinx'uit  v lontest, thai l�� theli   ,������,,.   jack 0'Briei   In  Los Angeles, on
business    Onlj one posslbb conditio     ���,     ,, n     :;k. 1907.   He nexl pul away
can ,      ���      thai Is sodet;  al   a g<      Bill Squires, of Australia In one round
"IIvory right thinking person km ������ -   ,,,   juij   4   in Colmft   Cal
trnt i hen went to Europe, where
I locked oul In succession Gnnnei
Molt*, Londjon, December 2, ten
rounds; Jaok Palmer, London, Teh
ruarj 19, 1908, torn rounds; Jen
ftoche, Dublin, Mureh 17. 190��, onf
round. Jewey Smith. Paris, April IS.
1908,   five  rounds,   nnd   Bill   Squires,
... ,-    bi   I    I.e.'.iUI.    tl <      <v
act,   provided    my  m Bi ot their respective taces.
..ii,     Hi""".- '��������� poi                ��� '<���    "                     .,.,!,,
e to i "������       ..           '  ���������'- *��� ***_ v:"l p fli
���   and 1   )    ��� ����� dice this conl    I i
... ���'���"' reason  I say to you that it not ontjis
���   .;������ ���:. ��� ���:   ��� 'H!' yota duty, but ll Is the flutj  o   ���   ���
i   come to tarns l am pei          . ,    _ the United Sta   i and Lan.
-���,;   flown  and out, ada l0 endeavor tc prevent tms con-
' ��� a��refr  besl  "Whi
I   .,  ',., : ,   i��  itabh   ...   Parts, June n. 1908   eight tounto.
*.ma ��� ������nt  rieial     trouble,    boxing I    Having   dlsposted   Of     Hart      who
���a all fighters, of Ireland,  Bu       was al  lasl  hailed ;
"     "���  "    '���     -,:;;���'���.  ,   Barns    travelled    to]
,    ,  m  ihe directorate o1   Australia    He disposed ol Bill Squires
  mpanj    an- te,  the third time, knocking
81^r^Tio^T^^d . XlZi^^    i ijs&W "
~ Pota��   '������      "���                             ���     cl�� [TT lT^ ln Bill��Zfhattle   with    !'���>���
^o*ei ^temper.   To- , .. ,ohn>o, , the  J--;- - ^   ��* "   , ,
  to be more exa<*, won through pollei
~Where Are They? |interference, the police lumping.  imo
not  hack down.'
,u_  among those who  were at
ast   word  baa
...
l*A bt  again taken ap,
erger   Is   Bad   Tempered.
���    i tonight thai       glv<
press!      everyl is in worl
Rickard   was  named  until
The snortlM editor of the Vancou- the ting to save Hums tra
^latTdiTs^sei  should curb his punlshmenl and whal appeared to b.
ul  ������uu,u't-   -     ..        .  ���*���"'a complete knockout
In ������ inatlon. At a time when "extras'
on ihe New Westminster Lacrosse
nam are no more visible than Halley's cornel be gyrates the following:
"Both Westminster and Vancouver
ate carrying many players this year.
Con Jones now has twenty-seven men
on the payroll and they '" '" "���**���
ned prett) well througuout
son.   Over In thc
-  u,.  close ii looked for a tinu
.  e   would   he   a   free-l    all
before  the   ooi
I   Berg< r, In an and
I'll   ci  ever  and   hit   thai
at  the same lime apply-
ei   epithet    besides   black.
...  was  carried  U)  .lehnson.
Bi rger to n< vei call blm
denied he had said anything
nd, but  Johnson's  followers
be  did.
Some  Choice   Remarks.
,   just  an educated dog," said
to   Berger. "Now  come out
���  if vou want to.    I'" P'Vt> ;l
I dollars if you will come righl
me aud go three rounds''
; ii .   were  finally  quieted and the
-.,s resumed.
,   start of the meeting Berger
tain :     ted the live men he wanted,
I Mi. Hilly Roach, Charley Ky-
Tin. I" il   Wand  and  Johnny   Her. et.
'   ; .named   Welsh   and   Ciianey      	
he would stick to them.   He  7ZZ7Z7~~
itimatcd further that he would allow   G0TCH   IS  GRABBING CL
I-      ���        ���   even   the   promoters,  to ALL BUT MERE riTlENLL
the si i.ding for him. ,      ,    . ,
of compromises were sug-     Whcn Tommy Burns r.ia�� ""i '   ���
led.   I ��� rger said he would be will    lowed Jack .lehnson a chance ol I
l���. up $6,000, while he lilmsell poi.��
etid a cool .30,000, he was given^titles .
which ranged trom the word's Na,
ooleon of nuance u. a quadruped of
,. genus Bus and allied genera of
Buidae As events turned oul fommy
knowingly or unknowlingly pulled ofl
A Full Line of Fresh
VEGETABLES
and FRUITS
Lettuce
5c per head
Strawberries
2 for 35c
Cabbage
5c  per   Ib.
Apples
1 lbs. for 25c
Radishes
2  heads for 5c
Cherries
40c per Ib.
Green Onions
2 bunches for 5c
Pine Apple
25c each
Green Peas
3 lbs.  for  25c
Bananas
30c per dozen
Large
Navel Oranges
35c per dozen
WHITE.
.ES & CO.
628 and 746 Columbia Street. |
NEW   WESTMINSTER     %
PHone  85. q
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Contractors and
House Builders
MPWfcM.m���11���^MiMI'in !��� I   ������������ ' WI   ��MUT��',aniMMHMMM��BMB*
We have a full   line   ot   the   Best
Builders   rlardware m the City.
Before Building See Us, as we   teneve   ^'e   can   save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   ol   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J * Trapp & Co., Ltd.
BASEBALL
will lie car
^^^^^^   l lll��   MM-
buu,   v.v    Royal v'ii>  outslda
of the regular team there in a greal
number ot Bpares, botb teams reall*-
Ing thai they musl i>e prepared for
the hardest sen. on which ims ever
i��een recorded on the Pacific coast.
ciovid players cannot be picked up in
;i moment und the managements must
be  prepared  to  till  nny  gaps  iu    h > ������ =��� ^^^^^^
second's notice, so that perhaps, after Cleveland     1
all,  It  is cheapest  to carry  u  great
number of Bpares."
The Timberland Lumber Company,   Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Fir   Cedar and Spruce Lumber.Rough.  Dressed   and   Kiln   Drfe*,   Di
tension Timber and Shingles, Cedar Poles and Piling in any quan-
tity.
Ask Us for Prices
o   Ti,^r��M R'k New  Westminster,  B.  C.
Office,  Room 8, Thompson b.k.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director
p. O. Box 953
Monday.   May   16.
American League,
At Philadelphia���
I Chicago  	
At  Washington-
Washington
PHONE  193  and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
ai   Boston-
Detroit    	
Boston   	
At   New  York���
si   Louis  	
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'n lmve the Bportlng editors of
live  :-      Francisco   newspapers
feree, to act in conjucn-
the two promoters.
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Lomond, Cal.,  May  16, ��� Ho- *���������,,,,... ...  	
use of extremely hot weather J. J. Q master stroke and the people
who
National   League.
At Cincinnati-
Cincinnati  	
Ill o..|.l\ ll       1
At   Bt,  Loula��� H
Bt, Louis     ��
New Yoik   2
Ai Chicago h
Chicago     4
Boston
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���nlined   his   work
rnlng   and   devoted
on   to   dishing  In  company   with
'in      een,  of  Santa  Crmj.      Bag
' and handball oompriaed the
! exerclaes.
; perspired freely and took off
!   lour  pounds.    "I   worked  hard
���   In  thai   handball courl   thin
'ming to entitle me to a vacation
rtliii       ernoon,"   Jeffries   exclaimed
starting on his fishln.   trip.
today' to criticized his demands tor a young for-     Al PittBburg
oho or draw, were the nisi   |.jtt_|,,u i;
Philadelphia   ,
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the  after- t,iiii), win,
to  admit   that  he  possessed  ultra su
parlor business ability.
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Ink, 2 Bottle? for 5c
Mucilage, 5c Per Bottle
The Fair
646  Columbia  Street.
We huy for cash nnd sed for the spine.
WAGNER'S SHOULDER HURT:
NOTHING   VERY   SERIOUS
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Sleveslon and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Leaves Bnrkman-Ker wharf at 3  P.  M. dally  except Saturday, and
on Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at B. C. E. Ft. ticket office and on board steamer. Electric cars leate 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.
According to private news recel.el
lM the city, I'Timk Gotch has opened a
..   which  not. only   parallels,    but
"ven places In the background the do-
m&nds of Tommy Burns.
*rjsr^K"�� ��-
5���!Sft,��X"S��>��t_* * ���' - ��"""
Twilight   League.
At Bdmonton���(IB in.)
Edmonton  	
Calgary   	
At Lethbridge
Medicine   Mat    	
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At   Los  An. oles-
to work, and I'd nover have It
1 I went back on the Job this after-
Terrible   News���Red   Blothches.
A  couple  of  red  hlothes  that,  may
out   to he eruptions of the. kind
'   set   the hl_   fighter    hack    two
feka a_o probably had something to
iis failure to work this after-
weie again
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-������ii Miii;    till    lurt    iirtmiiH    ii'i" [Ui'i,   ������      , .tarat-      nfi"��nir
"In this hot weather I perspire too  ��hlcago,   May   30,   Bubse<,.. nt   wrnng_
-'      i  need  plenty of  weight on  [ing ovei divisioniOf the Pnr""^,    .
 ��-���  "   ���,i  in H being called off. Negotiations   }       Angeies
'" in entered   Into   the   other [Portland   	
No other roast eames today.
Northwestern   League.
gained his end.                                  .     .   '     At   Vancouver                        }}
gThe  news   which  came  here Jsjo  Vancm]ver	
___^K  and
ten
wei e   iu,.on    . ..
day and if the message that was received   recently,   is     correct,     Gotch
gained his end.
The  news   which  came  here  Is  to
the effect that a purse of $2',,000 will   Vancouver    ...
be Offered  for a finish match in Chi-   Spokane   	
-nA nt this      Batteries���KI
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__     _     iin*; to ,)f> offered for a m"*" ' " ���-. fh, piattenes���mm'":
��������������� with his failure to work this after- ^go ���n  Decoration  Day. a"c;, .'       ' F.rickson and Sugd
**���     -leffries   apparently  displayed aurtl Cotch modestly wants .-..���'" ��� Af Seattle���                         "
^���" ..   - .a- .-.fi Tacoma    ���������  *
and
Ostdeik;
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"   Interest
refi rec.
In
:>|,.i I "I, ' I *     il'.''l,l"J".     SUIll   IIHH.il    ���"  .
the   selection   of   a 11*00 less than the total. aM,.r(1
1    *-   ^  ��**.tt-lS!^to^l^tj^
��� Schmutz.
ARNST   HAS   NOT  SIGNED M
FOR  RACE  ON  ZAMBESI   own   terms
th-it  '/tivscko  would  coi tent.  ... _        ! BaHeneB'��� w���*-
T^L-nient.  hut  (lotrh   - cham- ���n  and   SHea.
pion and  can   }USl   about ������"�� Northwestern Lea.
own  terms.    Moreover,    the   wn*\
Johnson  incident  sh,"-  -"* _;>    ��' m
pion can "Hck" the under do.   in
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14     4
Bliss;
rilsshiir. . May lfi��� Captain Fred
cImI-p, of the PlttabUtg I'mih, tonlghl
Issued a Statemetil as to lhe causes
nnd extent of Huns Wa. net's Injuries
owing to the many rumors and false!
reports In the matter.
"in the last game here with Rrook-
Ivn." said Clarke. "Wagner slid into j
third base and his shoulder came into
contact with McF.lveen's foot. The
top of the shoulder was bruised and
the hurt was a painful one.
"A slight cold aggravated the soreness and stiffened the muscles. Wag
ner wanted to lay off. fearing he would
j not   do   himself   justice,   but   I   pre
i vailed on him to remain at  his post
1 Then   he  and   Miller  cooked   up   the
exchange of positions to make Wag
ner's  work lighter."
London,   May  lfi.���In   an   Interview  ,,.���,. ���
'   : ��� ���   Arnst,   the   champion  sculler,  matter of the purse.   ^	
had  not yet  sinned  article . ���	
JOT a race  on  the Zambesi  river,  as plague.
" Proposed stipulated Thames rules Epl,       .,., f�����the bu3}Onl��
agreeable   lo   him  and   he Amov. China   May l^.    '.n/   __ Mt_
!   '    filed  the   usual  champion ,������~ - .,    .,
'         . ^demlc in this city.
Tacoma   ,.
Vancouver
Seattle ..
Snokane   .
Amoy. (.'tuna   yiw ���������     ���--   .     e_j.
plague Is officially declared to he epl
gue Standing.
Won Lost Pet.
14   '9      .609
.  12    10     .545
.  10    12     .455
^^^^ .    9    14     .391
Games Today.
TORIES   PLAN  TO WORK
ON   BRITISH   SYSTEM
Ottawa, May 16.���The announcement Is made that George H. Perley,
M. P. for Argenteull. has heen formally named chief outside whip of the
conservative party. The means that
the opposition has decided to put in
force the British plan of party organ-
INSURANCE
FIRE-ACCIDENT-LIFE
Employer's  Liability,   Marine, Automobile
Live Stock
PUT that POLICY on TODAY
TOMORROW may be TOO LATE
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
particulars. )
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Spokane va.  Vancouver, Recreation   izntion. and tn future will have two
park, 4 p. m.     ^^^^^H chief  whips, one for outside and one
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
Phone 62.    "The Instance M��i"J 16S7 CehmhU
Tacoma at Seattle.
for Inside work.
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, MAY
17, 1910.
I
5EZSS3 Q @������;;gg�� CCS ^
Don't Sit on the Fence
I
��� Tmnnfr7,Tsa?&-rf!ar ?w.--, i jya.- - aa
Make up your mind io call and
see our fine selection of
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Tendi i a  addn ssed  to thi
signed at Ottawa I    ���        I
and i larked on the i nv< lop< ��� "Ti
tor gasolli    launch Q     ������
Service," will be received up I
isi   June   tor   thi   i   qs1 ol   a
gasoline ; I Q     antin i
B . :e :.: Prince Ru ��� I I Itish Co
|ui bia, ol the following le idlng di-
mei .  viz:���
Lenj .-11   50 feet.
Be       ��� >���   11 feet
Depth ami ed, 5 feet,
to be di livi : ed al Victoi la, in the
Provinci   o   British Col u
Speciflcatl    i  of this   launch   may
be pi ocured  upon  appli to  the
Dei -'-a. in
to tie' .     erlntendi intlnes
al Wi       i        d
y,  1910.
e ]  opert;   of the Dej
at \      n la,  B.C.
E ch   ti ���; .:
I KE ON TORONTO
SATURDAY NIGHT
WH MARRIAGE LAWS
ENCOURAGE MATRIMONY
Took Parody for Real Prospectus and Wired Vancou-
ver for Names of Directors
��� I fication  of  Contracts  In  France
Brings Excellent Results, Records  Show.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Pai is.
  of  the   mai riage  coi
has causi il Indirect ly moi ������ mai 11
A couph .ai ir than  ai uci
-     .        I  the  fol-  the   beginning   ol   th     la il     century
! I ��� save the years   1813, when  men con
some  ol . ays   to tracted unions to ki ep ti im going to
: enter] and   in   1872,   when   many   mar-
:   ���   '���       ��� i i took place w lih li had b n a de
thriving city. ���  .. war With Germany.
PROSPECTUS. |. . mi rly   i
Goose  Farm. to be got together 1
���    ��� , ere  two
L.OOO gei i of birth, I    k    restdi nee,
in three years i I
"The   original   investment   will   he tary record book, four i
tho
Re Lots 29 and 30, Bl   |  K   .
drew's Square, Map n
minster City.
Whereas  proof of t) ,. |
Bcate of TlUe Numbi r i
i n    IL,.,    na ,,,..   r��t-    a ,.i....
In  the  name ol   Aulas k*M
been filed in this ol S(JI1' bm
Notice is hen   ��� that t .
at the expiration ol
the date ol thi   I : to
of, in a dailj  newspan,
the City  of  New  Wi
a duplicate ol the   aid i
in tbe meantime '   *
be made to me In ��rl :i
Dl 'n. i   Ri
;      I   ���   gistrj   ii"
.  li C . Maj  6   l
:ith
Beaters
Price from 75c to $4.00
Pt
ice
s
Panamas
SG.00   to   $15.00
":   !he!$],nini. or fl each for the 1.000 geese, death  ol   parents  and  eight  ot
Ier, wl                    will be fori  Ited y three i '       entire   a
If thi co I    til   u,   .,   , .   ,,, ;.    . | . .    ...     ,.... :.    ,
Ith eggs per yi of i natural.    In
to complete   Wl .   the necessity of a mar-
ti   bi   so d   all  being
.     doi     nol   bind   It-   ���,, ���  ,     ���
eell  to ,-<   '  or any ten-  ,.
d(V ��� in
Newspapers copying this advertise-1    ��The
i, i]     , .       ...
75,1100  out   of  the  lirst   year's   I
^ CANADA   "fpf
RANU/i"/ rn
HAT BANDS-A Fine Selection in all Colois
Neckwear
Ties From 25c to $1.00
Chic and Classy; Choice, yet Cheap
������ii authority from the  De-
pa] ;.:.' nl v.ill not be paid.
A. L. JARVIS,
Ai  Isl nl   Deputj   Mini   ei   and
iecreta y of Agi Iculture
Ottawa, May 3, 1910.
WATcR NOTICE
nol  held as of the
I   ���   ��� I wi use one
d       ore enta
to gi L     Ire in
and    afti i
of which  we "ill si 11  70,  li i of Deputl      in modi
VICTORIA   I
���    ���    r
I ��� i   :   -    ;   ���
i lei   ts on
i, ,   i ���.   ���
ED
C. B. FOSTER,
Assl Gen. P
71 eese and 5
:. M  form     il   relieved those ovei   30
��
The Wardrobe Clothier
I
Sells  Lion  Brand  Clothing, Suits and Odd Knicker Pants
Columbia Stre?t New Westminster, B.C.
'^SS2i^Q<
��5)��
Notice is hfrehy ghen thai an appli
latli 'i will te i;i"'i..> under Part \'. ofjthe
the "Water Act, i.- K>" to obtain a license in the South Westminster Division of Ni \\ Westminster District.
(a) Tlie name, address and occupation of the applicant: J. I.'. Murphy,
occupation, dairying and farming.
i b) The name of the lake, stn m
or source (if unnamed, the description is): Spring on Lot 11, Block 2,
Subdivision of Lot 30.
(c) The point of diversion: At the
spring.
id) The quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second): One-
eighth cubic foot.
lei The character of the proposed
works; Tank at spi ing, pipe from
tank   to  dwellings.
(g) The purposes for which the
water Is to he used: Dwellings,
dairying and stock,
(k)    This notice was posted on the
30th  day nf April,   1910, and application will be made to the commisslone
on the 31st day of -May, 1910.
ill Give the names and addn ��� 3
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whoso lands are likely
to he affected by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet:
None. J. E. MURPHY.
New Wesl minster.
"The   second   year's   eg;.'  crop   will from
be in  the   same   ratio         the  flrst, \                                li >���-. Ing c ���;��� ��� nl ol
i hi  ofoi e   we   will avei         '      i pan                  n suit is wi ndi rful.
.           year froi
e���a     total     Ol     11,41   I,      . PRICES OF   BEEF TRUST
which .              1 and hatched l CAUSE SLUMP IN TRADE
total    ot     11,400,1                                    !    to
6,0i     :   iking a total of birds of Liverpool, Maj   16.���"The    demand
11,476, '.   plu    70                           Id, for American provl                  i uming
making  a grand total    I   the end of down to a low   ebb In this country,"
thi    econd year ol  ll'            birds. remarkod a leadln    British merchant
"Fifty  per cent i               11,4 to an Interviewer.   "During lasl week
are ganders, that  .    5,70i 000, leaving only 3,300  boxi     ol   Amerh in   bacon
CANADIAN     ;;|
B.CCoastSS
ol the 11 546,000 birds, .".776,000 geese.
'The  oul;������.'   from  thesi   geesi
150  i ggs   per   ; nn im   i i h,  will   nel
866,400,000 i ���'.: , which  Incubati d and
and hams came Into this poi I    a rec
ord for low figures.   We used to bave
20,000 box< s a wi ek.
"The   high   pi ices  charged   by   the
hatched   produced   866,400,1    geese.   American  packers  during  the  wll  i
Add   the   previous    11,400,000    birds,
making a total number of ^77 Vl"
plus  the   original   150,    and   l.	
bird    making  a   grand   total   of  877,-
951,000 I Irds.
Financial   Returns.
877 951,000 birds al  $1.50
is the main cause. Otber supplli i an
a\allable on this side, claiming to be
as good al a cheaper price. We have
pi "\ ed we i an g< t along n Itboul the
Amei lean ai tide. Siberia and Russia
with limitless tracts ol territory toi
og producting, aie filling the bn   ch
'���'��� ���    ed)    $1,316,926,500 and   their  prospects  an iod  foi
Princess   Charlotte   h
���'t 10 a. in. dally i
fi i Vlctoi ia.
I'i Incess Royal dally
Princess   Victoria,   10   p
except Monday, direci foi
SS.   Joan   leaves   V
p. in. dall) excepl Sundaj i
SS    Queen   City   leavi
Mondays  al   5  p  .m.  i n
l'"' IOX.
SS. I'i Incei a May ha. i
al 11 p. in. May |. i; _
ti o daj s thereafter.
SS    Bea\ I I   haves  New
at 8 a   m   Mondays, W
Fridays    tor    Chllliw
li   . ���    i 'hllllwack at 7 a
Thursdays  and  Saturdaj
1 ���'���.      ers, 2 lbs from each
each bird, at $1.50 ....
Goose livers, at 60c each
Quills sold for toothpicks,
at .".ii 11 nts i er 100  ..
r (Proceeds    from   sale   of
bills to button fai toi
li.pi r hills, on account
of       factory       saving
punching holes in one
but ton, worth 1  l-."i cts.
each.    Lower bills at 1
cenl    each,    averaging
1  1-10 cents each or
a long time to come thai thej are iin-
2,633,853,0110  proving their transll  facilities all tl...
526,770,600 time.
"Presently China will com   Into the
1,389,755  market, in spite of the    hostility    to
Chinese poi k.    China is the homi   i (
the  pig  proper  and  as sunn as    the
1 world is sm e lt 1 a i enger f> d
' but fattened on n hi U i ome i Ice, theio
will be a big demand tor it. The swing
of the pendulum In time will lix thl     i
on  a more  n asonable  basis,  with a
' largi i   production and lower prices."
19,311,922
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Land
The   New  Sternwhc
S. S.  PAYSTRI -\K
^m'M&^JbX^^^^^&k
Z'tT^'V?.
IO'4^qJ
-m C?*
f
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u ���'jtfP   ii Ada
Less   orig.   cosj
Cosl of care, etc
I    1,	
199,
$4,5 il,254,
200,00 I
ALIEN  HEIRS   MUST PAY
BIG    INHERITANCE
TAX
Xit proft for :; years $4,501,054,777      Olympia,    May   LG.   The
Or averaging over l 500,000 pei cenl courl Las <!,"'!'1",1 lhat Lhe
per annum" which exac s a 25 per cent tax on
Sent  Copy to  Toronto  Pape-'. esl ite Ol  $10, I   moro, mu  t be ll
The   advertising   manager   senl   a l,.''M.,whV:'.''''' ! ":.:    '." ; : ' '
Leaves  Bi ickman-Kei
panj'-.;  ��� ' ��� ������   iVesti
pi    engi        i I  fn
t        lay and        irdaj al v
Leaves  Chilliwack   Wi
day at d Sunda;    t 7 a   I
First Class  Passenger A'
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION C
New   Westminster.
A Good SleltI is Everything, Especially
When It's Wei! Backed Up
  White Star-Den:  ;o!i
��� (copy to The Toronto_S��uVd'ay''Niiht"!th�� ^Wrd_?1eg,'<_f "f fel^tlotnsl"p' f^^Atl    SprVH fi
j Tha-   publication   is ai   present   mak- ,  PfderStixrud died about a yeai ag( . -   iu.an    otrVJ
m
LIN
517 Columbia Street
Are putting on the Greatest Shoe Sale ever seen in
New Westminster. Not a "going out of business"
sale nor an "alteration" sale, but simply a reduction
in our enormous stock of
HIGH GRADE S
ing   a   specialty   of   the   exposure   of  in ,ln's cl% 'efvlKDg
wild cat   promotions;   and as  will  be *nd by 'f111 h,a b���tb"  :;!"' l" \ '"
apparent   to   anyone   ?ho   reads   its   Norway be(;a^e !,"; '" '
"funnv  page"  is  Is  nol   always ableinfve' in;;"."-'1-     ' h">  '���"'"' !" ,:
to distinguish between whal is a joke  pia    ��  rl:;l'" ,' '"  f���^-  some  ol
a] ,| whal  Is nol .which was In Olmpla and some in the
Took It for'the Real Thing. cit>'  "f ^"���",1"-    The Btate tax  com-
Consequently    it    seized    on    this   "li*l"lx  ll":":i"ll('[  'ha<   -:]  f  cenl
prospectus  in  solemn  earnest.    Here  '" ,the ',"i:" '    ���''    '"' ,;'u ";"       '"
lis another ease of rascally promoters  "nd.f U��o provlslona o)  the state In-
R21 endeavoring   to   separate   the   public  berltancc law.
lifrom its cood  monev.    The statement       1,!<:, lK,us    resisted    this    on  the
"as to  the  profits  to  be  made  from   :"1",'."1 ,li:U  difcrimlnallon  ���* 8hown
the sale of the upper bills of the gepse t(? ;1 ",n:!; ��wl,ere.a property is de
at 1-6 cent  more than the lower,  was   v sed '," broth,er" ;""' ;,M;r"' ,"���',' ''V'0
doubtless    regarded    as    narticulariv Iclassed as relations of the thud de
^ NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpoc!
S.S.  LAURENTIC ���
Triple   screw,   14,900   ton^
S.S.  MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,    14,900   I
largest   .ind    most    modern.
commod.ition   equil   to .my cros��
Ing  the   Atlantic.
The
A:
flagrant.
In
laste
as"partrciilarlyiclassed f rotations of the
���  a  dispatch  was  g��f���M_L,a_re_ c���,t,zena ,,f .
he United
""  State's, only a 3 per cenl  Inheritance
rushed  off  to   Vancouver,  asking  the; ',   ,
advertising   man   to   "wire  full   particulars re Goose Farm, m
' motors, directors, etc.
mines of pro-
tax is exacted when the properly is
under J50.000. Bul whi ti the hi Irs
ue aliens or strangers to the blood
For R.ites and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NE\* WESTMINSTER
The recipient of this dispatch for a   ,h" ?E _er '"'"  ';',; j'; demanded. The
The
Genis' Lines
Fancy   Oxf nils   in   all
popular shades.  Reg, pri e
,U   an.l   $7.
Now $3.(10 acs!
$3.50
Aftf'
;te
Ladies Lines
Ties   and   Oxfords���A!l
new   slock.      Re--',   price
Now $1.25 snd
$1.75
I Oar   Bargain
Table
Fresh   Bargains Daily.
No   two   pair   of slices
alike ��� less    than cost
pi ice.
Tour Choice
$1.00 fi.1!-;! $1.75
time thought of making up a list compounded of the names of the general
managers  of  one or two  btmis   t>ir
figIWilfrid  Laurier. si,- James  Whitni y,
Ea I tlie pn eiili nt ol tlu Albei ta and Qroal
��� j Watei w a- :.. Jumea  .1.   lllll,  I iou,  ..i,.
l-'iist' r and  Hon.' Mr. Aj li sworth. Bui
: consldei lug  disci ot lon  to  b'a th ��� bet-
|ter  part,   he  contented   hims ,i   witu
[.telegraphing Lac,,, "Consull ..our joke
editor."
[ V\ hat occui i ed in the office oi The
Satui day Ni| hi w hen this mess i -.-
was receh e I l uol known. But another tele, ice, was swlftb sent, il is
sahi, this lime in the C. I'. R. tele
graph   oilice.   earnestly  entreating  it
to   l( mo\ e    fl om    Its   files   I he   loi 111   ,
message  requesting   "full   particulars,
names  of promoters,  directors,  etc.
li   is   inferred   that   something   ha
dawned upon The Saturday Night.
oiiprome de. ^^k^^Huinn
the constitutionality of the Bectlon of
t ie Inhei Iti nci In v disci imlnatlng
agalnsl alii ns bul dei di I!- ���: us 11 i
heirs of re li r Sti: i nd arc aliens lhe
Btate law npi li' a to their i asi��� and the
25 per cent tax musl be i aid bi fore
the i state ecu  be Bel Hod up.
Btlmates Given.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
PAINTERS,   P\PERHANGERS  AND
DECORATOR8.
IM Sixth avenue  bi I .-���-. n Sei
enue and Tbli : i treets.
NEW  WEBTMINSTBR
V/IRELESS   USED   AS
DE.TCCTOR
IN    F-"OCS
NOTICE!
PRINCE  OF  TONIGHT.
Watch Our Windows  for  Novelties  and  Special
Bargains��� It Will Pay You Well
Qiamberlie & Co.
517 Columbia Zl.   FINE FOOTWEAR   New Westminster
Henry Woodruff, late star of
"Drown of Harvard," wlll appear at
the Opcia house on Wednesday in
|'!The Prince of Tonight," the latest
musical play by Adams, Hough and
Howard. The piece is a musical oddity, Inasmuch as It begins as a musical remedy of Ingratiating sentimental interest and then for the consolation of the heart-broken hero, passes
from the realm of lyric realities and
topical Jests Into the wonderland of
extravaganza. A flrst act of comedy
;it Palm Beach, where all the girls are
lovely  and   all   the   men   have   money.
bUl one; a transition scene of nymphs
and blue and silver ballets; a second
act of moon wltchers and fairy lore,
and B third net that reconciles dream
and fact, bringing the col I hearted c.irl
and ine warm-hearted prince-fellow
into each others' arms. Such (a "The
Prince of Tonl_ht" in rough outline.
Tho company Is a large one, consisting of over sixty people, Including
the 110,000 beauty chorus. The curtain
rites sharp  at  eight o'clock.
New Vork. May 16.���The French
steamship l.a Provence is attracting
unusual attention along the waterfront
by reason of a new and enoi minis set
of wireless antennae spread just aft
of the forward funnel, This device,
Installed in Havre, is used in connec-
tion with a new Instrument, which en
aides the commander of a vessel carrying It, to deled his bearings In fo;.r
or darkness with any ship or land
station  Bending  wireless  messages.
The Instrument was used with success oil  the trip over.    l.a   1'rovenc������'*;
captain believes it means the mastery
of fog problems and dangers,
Until further notice this
bank will be open
SATURDAY EVENINGS
from seven to nine o'clock.
. Royal Bask oi Canada
New Westmn. ti I
F. Shute, Mgr.
^���aeiffizifw.. diM. j;,\L
S_*****V**a*a*\
Where is New Westminster?
Just two miles from
EOMO^DS
Thank  you;   and  where in  Vancouver?
About nine miles from
A   beautiful  Situation;   one acre:   $1,500;   easy  terms.
A genuine snap i. a 7-roomed house in choice situation.
.lust  listed, 3 lots;  below the market.   Quick for this.
etterson Co*y
657  Columbia   St.
Evenings   at   Edmonds���Phone   F   208
Phone   698
% MAY 17, 1910
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QUALITY THE BEST,
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sale   twice weekly
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mi,i nil persona cUltulhg fthj Intersbl
in the laid IkihI i" dencent, whofts
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vialona of ih" "i.��'"i ftegletl ��� A,,<"
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dayg from the day "f the lliel  pub
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poiiod, oi in det��uli "i redeniptlou
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y0u wm be f v,M efltopbed and tip
barred from settlhg up ���"" i lalm to
n| in ,,..,.,., i ,,r n,P said lattd, '"", '
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ownPi thereof in fee    4fld I hereby
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To Dfiv! . Millpr. Willi "" A VfeCal
lam, AftgUS MolftfleS, T 0, Start William I" i'. ttettt* Kni-Pr, K��riry
Kells, Harold fv.nsffirrl. Allen Sjiiers,
Oeotg* StWie, Kohprt Lyness, Margaret 0. f'ooppr. Ifihri Roberts, Ttiohard
, Hosktng, flngti T. Gtcmltif, .lohn ft
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SEATTLE
p;^TES���.
Room $1  vi'r  day up.
Room and board $2.50 per day up.
Room  with  bnth  $2.50 per  day  up.
 - with bath anl board %*\ per dJy.
';    ���   il&e mniia, w^th hot and cold
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TENDERS.
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E. C. TravGs, Manag��r<
Rhone tOl. 146 Columbia fcTRtr.T.
TfmdPvs arp called for excavating
on tV rnrnpv of Sixth and Carnarvon
gtrwts and must he s^nt, in not. later
than 12 o'clock noon on Wednesday,
May  11,   1010.
Specifications  can  he  seen  at  the
office   of   the   Dominion Trust   Com-
I puny. Columhla street.
T.  ft,  PR ARSON.
Xew Westminster, May 7, 1010.
In U hi'iTral Wrratli
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individuals huihbeHhS thousands Will
be hufig ou ^OBta lb kirt stueete
fhe Artllli' i   hoi Bi s  "i'1' gBB cai
i i->L..-c      ��� . , ..      ,. li.. ,, .���!,...      yesl   ��� ���1"
through the streets alohg ������"��� lihi ol
Hi.ll.il      c..    ->o    I,.    .,,..1,1    ll,.-    v,..-oll-l1ii ,
of a BilBhAp OB I ' id "
i--ii.iii,Mia im!,.,.-><! n'p belhg asked ftti
seats IB the slands albBg the ,;'"    *   '
belB| the lowesl bbib foi which 11 w
iinaciiito 1,1 [,..i ,i place    '''.' hoi	
imiiipio overlooking   rrafnigai suuare
have ppiii a piUtesI to "��������� lord chatu
herlaln   l-n   r>t">'"   CliaBglBg   IBs   11B6
of iiiHii'h. Whldb '���",�� ������" ""���' ���i.i"i-i��-
tliein of fl  ilew.
Klnp George belBg a" closfclj  ','1 n
H!iPli m nil iii., I.... i   hi., ii.ii ..I  .ii..
gents will take n h'omlhehl r"" IB
the   ��� ���'���"��� lee      Bluejackets    "in
,ii.iw in,. L'i'i catiiage to \viinio..i  ���.��
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i.'.'i-, ������! i jui ���" v h toi I hough ""
ii,.,, ,,,..,ci.i, thej ���",| Bb beofthse the
Iimioi..    |ip|.|i||ip    ippllVP.
11,,, ||. i,,no which win be Btihg al
the Bel li '��� al   " **��� ���'    - '��� I llie
'i'".  ��� !'' i 's   '���'"���l '���      I hej   n'c
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Soidien  ti'Otn the k'hg's ������
Oreiimlipi   guards   ���""  ''" i.lBS   ��� "'  h
nvpr  lhe body  In the thfOtie room nt
Httoklhghath   palace    fhe*  art!  m
li- ���- i  .. ,ii,  I,-,.|r     Scotland  Yai'l  bits
all  its (IpIpcIIvps  on  duty,  and  the.e
nip felflfoteed  by  a blitidfea titdte'
fiom eofltlngehl cities.
All visitors ate hclri. walchetl bul
there Is little fear of an anarchistic
attempt because it Is known that
every onp under surveillance woukl
he deported from England if any trou
hie was caused on this occasion, and
it Is not likely that the anarchists
would pive up voluntarily their safest
refu.ee in Europe.
Flon. A. B. Aylesworth. interviewed
here, expressed the Intensity of the
shock caused in Canada by the news
of the king's death, where everywhere
there is a sense of personal loss. Mr.
Aylesworth also emphasised the loyalty of Canadians, saying that tbe
Rritisli people did not know what that
loyalty was.
It ls now announced that seats will
be reserved for representatives of
overseas states on Friday for the last
service in St. Geor_��'s chapel, Windsor. Solemn services throughout the
country al one o'clock on Friday nro
officially requested.
M��>tf   H    Smcri   tYp'^nt*
uinrv woonuiTt
1 The Priiuv ol To-Night
A Musical Gem in a Beauty Setting
]Y\v?v{ from 200 nights at Princess Theatre, Chicago
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Entire free list suspended for this production
;; Seats on vSale at Tidy's Florist Store, Friday Next
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11 The curtain will positively rise at 8 o'clock.     No
ushering during first act.
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Noticed
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That we are offering some Cheap
Buys in Sapperton
We have Lots on Buchanan street,
Hospital street, and Blair Avenue.
From $425.00 to ��525.00 and only
$25.00 to handle them.
Also a Splendid Corner on Brunette St.
66ft. Lot with 6 room house. (2 yrs. old)
Price is Low, Terms Easy.
The Craig Realty Co
Room  8,  Thomson  Block.
New Westmlster, B. C.
Phone  629
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, MAY
1910.
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SCREEN DOORS
and WINDOWS
All   Sizes  and   Prices
Call and See Our Stock
Anderson
&
Lusl
George L.  Saunders  lias been ap- Tho Canadian  Bank  of Commerce
pointed   poundkeeper,   hie   duties   lo beg to announc-" that Cor the convon-
start at once lence of their customers they will in
... .,               ,.   ,            .    .    ., future be open  for  business from 7
It  there  are  forty  people In  .New
Westminster who want to buy a. sum- '          "    ut
mer camp site they  have an excep- A paymenl of $2u procures a lot In
lional   chance   this   wick  as White, south  Westminster from Hale  Bros.
Shiles & Co. are offering forty choice _  Kennedy.  Ltd.    These lots are m
lots at  White Hock for from $-^5 to ,;K:it demand.                                 **
$350 each, on terms of $1011 cash and
>by
COLUMBIA STREET.
���   the  balance
X  ments.
X Dr, Pidgeon, of Westminster hall,
i j win give a led ure tonight In i ho
'I Wesl End Presbyterian church, corner of Eighth avenue and Twelfth
street, en "ii: -..y .... ii hs of Canad ���"
A musical program has i lso been arranged.
in  four  half-yearly  pay-
Until   further   notice   the   Bank   or
Montreal,  Ne��   Westminster,  will  be
open  for business  Saturday  evenings
11 mil   ,   Ui      o'clock. _____!
I
The Westminster Modern
Business School
A business education should be purchased once; therefore you wan to be
practically instructed in tlie branches
which are used in every day business
life, and at a minimum cost. Not only
do our students get thc best to be
obtained but also the benefits of our
efforts  in  securing  positions.
REMEMBER. WE ARE OPEN FOR
DAY SESSIONS THE ENTIRE YEAR.
Panama hats cleaned, and blocked.
Phone It 278, Royal City c leani rs un .
Dyers. **
D. J, McQuarrie will go Into partnership with llis brother, N, 11. McQuarrie, in the real estate, insurance
and brokerage business. The new
firm has seemed the store on Colin .
bia street now occupied by J. C. Blair,
the tobacconist, ami will open for business there about the flrst of June.
Di ,1. McQuarrie is r'eUring from the
managership of ihe lf. C. E. ll. anl
X. ll. McQuarrie is severing his connection wiih the National Finance
company.
Have that cap ef "Tea" at the
"Royal." We are now in our new
place, a nice, quiet cool place to have
be Cream and Cake. All our Fn su
Crushed Fruits are in. Step in on
your   way   down   town   today.     The
The  Northern   Crown  Hank  beg  tn
announce  thai   I hey  will   be  open  on   Royal Cafe. **
Saturday    evenings    from    7    till    !i
o'clock. **      1 love my pipe, but, "Oh! You Solo
M
Special" cigar.
A. L. BOUCK,
610    Columbia    St. Principal.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold "Watcaes Tor Ladks from .12.75
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltbam and Kigin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Tomorrow night there will be a
public meeting in the city hall for Albert G. Marshall, of South Wost-
the purpose of discussing the slow minster, has applied for a water rec-
progress made on the Columbia street ord of one cubic foot to be diverted
improvements. from a spring overflow in South West
minster.    The water will be used for
The proper place to dine is at the   domestic purposes.
Bohemian   Cafe,   Depot   Hotel   block, i
The best of everything. ** For   spring   plants  or   cut   flowers.
'plione Davies' Greenhouse, R208.      **
Lite to  me  is just like a game of
i checkers���when you    move   I move.      Sec J. A. Motherwell for Fire, Acci-
1 William  Medley.     Baggage,     Express   dent and Automobile Insurance. Room
and   Transferring.     Phone   664,   day;    4,   Merchants   Hank   Building.    Plione
421, night. ** 1591. **
The case of Mrs. Sarah .lane Ender-1 The Squamlsh Hop Ranch, Limited.
| by, of Surrey, against the Vancouver, whose property is situated on SW'i
Power company will come up lor trial of N'H'4 of section 14 township 50, has
mi June 8, .Mrs. Enderby claims $320 applied for a water record of four
for injuries to herself and to the cubic feet, tlie same to be diverted
buggy in which she was riding at from a small stream running through
the time her horse took fright at a the premises,
standing car and ran away, throwing I
her over an embankment. ,"~
M
ST0RAG1
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
See J. A. Motherwell for Fire, Acci- I
dent and Automobile Insurance. Room I
1.   Merchants  Bank  Building.    Phone
591. **     i
Anything in our line  10  to 20 per ,
cent, saved  for you.    Fales.       **
Bohemian Cafe
Depot Hotel. ��� Opp. C. P. R. Station.
35c-Merchants' Lunch-35c
From  11:30 to 2:30
TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1910.
PHONE 475.
Simmers' "Toronto Parks"
Lawn Grass
Seed
is the Best. What
is the sense of sowing inferior seed
|We protect our customers by destroying all old seed.
Spectacles ��0 cents up
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR  KODAKS
AND  SUPPLIES.
Peter     Musek,     the     young    man ]
charged   with   robbing   seme   Chinese
shacks in Burnaby on May 2, appeared
before  Judge   Howay   yesterday.    Ile '
was found  guilty   of   the  charge  but j 	
sentence was reserved  for one weeK j
to   allow   the   police   to   look   up   his S0CP
past  record. .Macaroni  with  Tomatoes
Consomme
You are going to hear Jessie Mac-
Lachlan.    Secure  your  seats    before j
they are all gone. ** |
PISH
Fried  Codfish,  Maltre d'Hote
SALAD
Cold   Slaw   with   Mayonnaise
Jessie   MacLachlan   Concert,   Opera I
Hunse.   May   H    Box  plan  opens  at {    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Tidy's   Saturday   morning;     advance ,,..���.
tickets on Thursday. ** I l KM''b
Boiled Ox Tongue, Diable Sauce
Any   lodge  or   society   desiring   to ' Baked Shortribs Beef. Brown Potatoes
take   part   as   a  body   in   the   public Lamb  Stew  with  Green   Peas
memorial   services   to   be   conducted |
at Queen's park on Fflday is request- i ROASTS
ed  to  communicate with   Mayor  Lee ] Sirloin of Beef, au Jus
Leg of Veal, Sage Dressing
Loin of Pork and  Apple Sauce
VEGETABLES
Mashed and Steamed  Potatoes
Stewed  Yellow   Turnips
DESSERT
Pumpkin,  Apple and  Rhubarb Pies
Rice Custard Pudding, Nutmeg Sauce
to permit arrangements being made.
See J. A. Motherwell for Fire, Acci-
I. Merchants Bank Building. Plione
dent and Automobile Insurance. Room
591. **
A Seasonable Appetizing Lunch for
business men is provided at the
"Royal Cafe" at exceedingly reasonable pr.es Quick an.l first class service. Come and bring a fiicnd. Mam^ea
floor Dominion Trust block. **
Conductor Carter, of the B. C. I R
has sworn out an information against '	
a young man   who assaulted  him  on >',, , .. , , ,  .
the las. car from Vancouver on Satur- lf Y���. want something dainty and
day night. Tlie assailant, who is a ^etizmg or are in, a hurry phone
well known young man of the eity, '702 afld y��ur ��rd^ wl" b,e ready ^
Will appear for trial on Thursday 7��" amve at The Boll-���a" Cafe,
morning. J-   p-   CASH,   Proprietor
Coffee
Dinner from 5 to 8
Mil
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
THE
���I.N ���
DAILY
CORPORATION OF CURNADY.
Applicati ms v 111 be i ec< Ive 1 by the
undi ���'   up  to  12,  me:;), en  Sat
urday. May 21, I'i iO, for the ppslti in
of Auditor for (he Municipality of
Burnaby.
C   T. SAUNDERS.
c. :���.'. C,
Xt anlclpal   I In I,  Edmonds,  B.C.,
Maj  '���>   I'.'IO.
COME AND
SEE US
In Our Xew Quarters in the
DEANE BLOCK
Four  Doors   East   of   Rank   of
Montreal
We Have Just Received a Fresh
Stock of Popham's Chocolates
I. A. MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Columbia St.   New Westminster.
!_
acres cleared; seven roomed
house, bath and pantry,  hot H|
and cold water.    One mile
from electric tram.      Price
$3500.   Terms, $500, balance
easy terms.
APPLY TO
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
ALLTB
HATS
On Thc Table
AT REDUCED PRICES
\n announce,.,,!  of extreme importance to women who have nol   yet   purchased  thei,   .
Fifty of as pretty and stylish hats as are te i,e see,, in any millinery   showroom   and  thl
(���.in��� of prices takes place this week.   Our millinery is foremost ln showing new styles.   Yi
among these  50  hats  novel ideas and arrangements having their origin   iu   far-away   fa
suitable Ier outing  occasions  as  well  as  chess  functions.
Many   special   siyles
White  and
Colored
Wask Skirts
$1.50 Each.
Women's white linen, duck
and navy and white and black
and while spotted duel; wash
skirts. Made in good I'll
gored styles trimmed with flat
strapping; a few styles made
wilh groups of pleats; all si/., S,
Including special outsizes in the
darker skirls. Regular values.
J1.50 te $2.25. Special ibis
week,   each     51.50
Unequaled
Values in White
Shirt Waists
$1.00  Each.
Two  reas ms  tor ihe special
value noticeable In the llni s oi
Waists   ill    Ibid    pliee.      One    is
that   a   i'i re   number  are   lai t
Mi's styles re lueed in pi ico
from   $1.60   and   $1.75   to   |l.i 0
and the oilier thai  we offer a
spi eial (y   tailored    waisi    of    li
quality usually  $1.25.    We pul
both   lines  together  this   week
at    each,     $1.00
A Timely C     .,
r  _
m^ ox opri   ;
Dress Fabi
������
50c    per   Ye.
Some   30   end i   i I
homespuns.      Pan
si ripe-;,    check I,    ;
mohairs, etc., in llj
coloib;   ll   to  ,"��� l  li
All   wool   and   pop
lengths    run    from
yards.    These few i
regular  values 65c to
ei,Mr,  per  yard   ���������
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New Showing of Lisle Gloves
35c, 50c and 60c per Pair.
A delayed shipment of Bprlng gloves to hand Saturday. A
shortage of gloves In our glove department of these very lines
has caused us no little inconvenience. We are indeed pleased
to announce their arrival, Our customers will be pleased at the
values. Colors are navy, tali, grey, mode, cream and wide an 1
black. Sizes 6 to 7'-. outsize black 7 to s'j. Special showing this week.
Small  CKild
A
ens
pron:
25c   Each.
Vou
Bylll    be   ��� I
prised   at   the   valu
\s bite   aprons.     Tin ;���
t i   v. bite lawn and  I
sertlon around yoki
trimmings.    Sizes l  I
Kadi    	
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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ERCHANT
OF CANADA
Head Office: Montreal, Quebec.
Established, 1864
ANK
Capital Paid Up,���$6,000,000
Reserve Funds���$4,600,000
Total Assets (over) $66,000,000
This institution is one of the oldest, largest and best known banks doing
business in Canada. Raving 145 Branches from Quebec to Victoria and
mos1; satisfactory airangements at all other points, iL has exceptional colli: -
ing and exchange facilities.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
We give special attention to Savings Accounts. You may start an ac
count with $1.00, interest allowed at highest bank rate, and added twice :
year without application or presentation of pass book. No delay in with
drawals. Two or more persons may open a joint account, and withdraw i
by individual cheque.
OPEN SATURD \Y EVENING, 7 TO 9 O'CLOCK
For the convenience of our customers and to give the working man
opportunity of depositing his savings, this office will be open for business
Saturday evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock.
We will be glad to have the public call and inspect our new office.
an
on
New Westminster Branch
H. C. Adams, Manager

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