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 Ocean Park
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
^S^L
Camping
"WHITE   ROCK,    THE   (-i-ACE
WHITE, SKILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
...:.'   RSI \Y MORNING, MAY 19, 1910.
:      HT 1
PRI*      '-TVC,  CKNTS.
J SLEKERS MARE AMOTIONS    NX     \CK IM   GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
WASTE THEtR TIME    FOR KING'S fUNERAL     i      i .     ' IS RUSHING WESTWARD
!?nu
iTri
, of the Heavens Canada Will Be Repr< . Railroad   Owners Contem-General Manager Chamber-
teur
Reveal Itself to    By Distinguished I
Astronomers.      , -Anomaly Removed.
I
���
18.���From tbe four
river,
,   boats, from
i     li n, M
i        k,   Mr,    . ������...-,
Hon. Mr. 1 .     md Ladj
from Islands   i;
,, i tops and to)   visitors I.    ���
_
. . lostei ���
. .. ���  i ...   tl
:   ihe   rec< ding
hi a
.i  few   carat   ui)
. . .  analysis.
I.MIA      ���      .   -
'  '      '
It       I
ei ���. e i   on
. . st. a   r to
. who rea-
believe  that
���
ots M.iy Not  Bs Comet.
in. Haitold
ofessor of
bia university,
. sun spots re-
...rlous  obeerva-
:: Ight    be   line    '<>
.... comet across the
i ight  be merely
-in   spot  observed
Ul,"  he said,  "is   im-
Mils is the lar*ge��t
:iii-nory   serves   Me
would lie Impossible to Bay
Itj   of   the   comet   to
���  we call a sun  Bp I
plate Competition to I.   ..-
ma as Grain Route.
b' i
I
Co
I, such spots have
[jail when they could
��� i Ibuted to a comet,
��� .''
et  Cause  Showers.
i argued tnat the shew-
mid iitti moon Were
the presence of comet
.ir.     The  sky   was  over-
|   ������ neater part  of the  day
!���     ations of the sun were
H
even if there had heen,
;iins that the greatest
���.tie   of   the   count iy   is
��� lass telescope.
Sun  at  San
al .   May   lv
or
Jose
Pi
:   ot  Santa Clara college
observatory,   informed
ll   Press   that    today   lie
5   lav. e spots on the
��� usely black.
[
I
le at Portland.
i .  Ma.,-  18.���Observers
e *Mxl through power-
��� i;i>��� report two spots
t i  Ricans Prayed.
��� i    Rico,   May    1R ���
is eonseiiuences from
iis of Porto  Ricans
!��� il the streets of San
i owns ln Porto Rico
and  chanting  pray-
'  'in also spent consid-
I the  confessionals.    A
t ��� :   workmen   failed   to
I the   tobacco   plantn-
'iil li i, and the pineapple
���   I . ���       heetl     curt'    (��� '
rs  have  refused  to
pcares Minnesotans.
Minn..   May   IS.-A  tcmpo-
|ral    . ���uia  look' place  from
Poll        long narrow strip
' "  ��� the  hiunes  Of  B6V-
; e  located between
"f Lai .   Superior  and  St.
ll       hetween    Uuluth
The   more   timid
point , situate,1   al
Superior  was not
n  feed above  the
ilv   bd submerged
forming a vfcfeumm iielf-gbvenTlni
th.
rior.
thai
nl   I
ll   a
would
' '"'ii
urag   a   tidal   wave   up
��� ��� i' on into St. l.ouls
"   the timid ones came
and  awaited  develop-
land
���i
|od
AGAIN BUSY AT
.lEHEMSTEa WORKS;���".'" *��
i.i   privati   ���
��� .Miein to view the 1
.
Strathcona  Issues  Dental.
Lord Strt hcoi
i
ent ta
1       I ew tbe I
i    He
������ Iboionrli bouse
'   nada's loyal
��� ���  ��� ���     signing a 1
; tntrue is thi taking
��� ' Lord E
the col inial ot evei aly to tusk for
its  allege i  di git ���;  to  include  t   i
dlan mlnli tera ai I the high com
: at Friday's funeral ceremonies.
Interviewed today, Lord Strathcona
said: "We have no <. sire to be
placed on the same tooting as f n
oign representatives. We aie n
than they. W�� aie an inter, ral part
of the Empire. Thia is a \ i<i��l dis.
Unction which we are not likely overlooking."
Question of Precedence.
One certain ultima'e outcome of the
present discussiop will be tho recognition hy official circles bene of a full
status for colonial ministers of the
crown and hi. h commissions, ni Xl
only to that of British ministers of
the crown, hut tin Be matters of prere-
iletice are of peculiar diftb ulty. especially when fori i.n powers are con-
cerned.
Canada's Reoresentatives.
Canada will be represented at St.
George's chapel. Windsor, on Friday,
hy Lord Strathcona and the Hon.
M-essrs. Aylesworth, Fisher and M;r-
eil. and Sir Charles Fitzpatrick, as
well as the mayors of Montreal. To
ronto and Winnipeg.
The following Canadian officers
wlll march in the funeral procession:
Colonel Durand and Major Campbell
Stewart, Montreal; Mayor Thatcher.
Ottawa, and Major Saunders, Edmonton. Sir Daniel H. McMillan, the lieutenant governor of Manitoba, will also
he anion, the Canadian representatives ;n  st. Georges chapel.
Tribute    From    Newfoundland.
Sir Ed war Mon is. premier of Newfoundland,   and    Lai'y    Morris    ware
privileged   to   visit   the   throne  room
prior   to   the   removal   of   King   Ed-
,waid's   body   from   Buckingham   palace   to   Westminster   hall   yostord.iv
, They    took   with   them   an   exquisite
wreath   of   calla   lillies   ami   Kn.Hsh
vhlets  inscribed  on which  were the
words'.
"In grateful remembrance from
Newfoundland,   her   oldest   colony."
The wreath was made under the
supervision of Lady Morris nnd it is
said to be tho official tribute from
Newfoundland.
King George Is Thoughtful.
As a special mark of his personal
feeling towards his overseas dominions. King George ls sending two of
his private carriages to convey Lord
St rat henna, and Sir George Raid. .' s
tralla's high commissioner, that they
may form a part of the solemn funeral
procession from West minster hull to
Pii'ldington on Friday.
Removing an Anomaly.
For the first time nt a great Imperial function in the mother country
the dominions beyond the seas will
he adequately represented at the funeral  of  King  Edward.
The government has removed nn
anomaly which should never have
heen allowed to exist.
In the past organizers of great ceremonial functions in the capital of the
empire have been apt lo pay scant attention to tbo- representatives of the
colonies. Even now
the secretaries of foreign legations
take precedence of secretaries of over-
soil dominions.
Of this condition of things, which
tho Canadian press understands wlll
not bo allowed ln future, The Chronicle says: "Thc arrangements made
for the proper representation of tho
dominions in the funeral procession
orge's chapel, Windsor,
set a precedent which
hereafter will be regularized and
made applicable In other directions."
of 'Cai
glneers ba
Brit-
���
-
���   ' ���    ���      Ti
ite across
.
..  ..
system.   Tbe pn rs prac
nd In ci :
ob
���    ���    ���
1 ���        n with the Pan-
The Pearsons claim they
will  install  t<: mlnal  facilities
low    thi li gr i'i
>< the Isthmus quicker than ships
can   be  1 ' the   Panama
This -..; | . feasible as the
railroad is a thousand miles north of
the canal. Fpon the completion of
the canal Western Canada's giain will
have competing routes via the Isthmus, allowing minimum freight rates
to Europe."
li    . -    irts on Progress of
X.:'��� :.... \i ad.
pyuuc IMG
ATM SMALL CROWD
But One Disinterested Citizen Attends Indignation
Gathering in City Hall.
HOSPITALS NOT
cham iii\ rnmn
i
���
lasl
...     it, fou
MEDIATION   TO   PREVENT
WAR   OUTBREAK   IN   SOUTH    All
Lima. May 16.���It is reported tbat
thi cabinet at a meeting has decided
to accept a proposal that the United
States Baiv.i land Argoutinu take part
in joint mediation in the boundary ,
dispute between Peru an.l Ecuador,
which has brought the two republics |
to the vei ge of wfcr.
Washineton. May 18;���Information
received here today confirms the report that the United States, Argentina
and Brazil will mediate tlie Peru Mid
Ecuador dispute to prevent hostilities.
While no official acceptance has been
received, it is not doubted that both
Ecuador and Peru will concur.
JR.-       i   ,i -a,
���
'.
'
est
I , ':
"has   i , nd v. s ��� M'i 11
t i he Uei        .,      d by thi
end  of J i take
Coppt    River and wi       pe to have a
I: ark it  Nov'i   *,),. p '
1.    \\ tn i. on tlie balance of the line
to Ai'ii  :.,'���,   is  progressing  rapidly.
Aldermere Is 235 miles from Prince
Rupert.
"Our three steamers, Prince Ruperl
which ] Prince George and Prince Albert, are
now on  the way to the Pacific coast.
coming       .. d Caj i Horn. The Pri .
Rupert and Prince George are Intend
ed to run  between  Seattle, Victoria.
Vancouver   and   Prince   Rupert,   and
the Prir.ee Albert, which is a smaller
boat,   will   be   placed   ln   the   Prince
Rupert-Queen   Charlotte   islands   ser- \
vice.
"The  change that   has taken  place |
at  Prince  Rupert since m>   last  visit
here in  August   is  most   remarkable. I
All classes of business are represented and work has been commenced en
a large flsh plant.    It is claimed tbe
population   is   5,000.     Great   activity
prevails    on     the   Pacific   coast   an I
everything indicates prosperity.    I do'
not why these conditions should not
continue.
t'We are making gixid progress with i
ballasting on the line west of Edition-1
ton.     The  piers  of  the   McLeod   river
bridge are now in and bridge erect
tlon  will he  commenced   in  a  day  or
two. Wi   should get across this bridge
early In July, when the track will be
rushed   westward,   and   we    hope    to
teach   the   Yellowhead   pass   late   in
the season.
The    pul lie    i i
ing made on the Cols     la stn
.' ents    failed    t
[Here wi ers to the
Board Finally Decides Present Site is Best Available
-Treasurer's Report.
The ncv will be built   or>
�����...   decided
���' '���    al    the     * monthlj
Sei
< s Were made. but.
...
and the 'ni
to i eet again.
Tho.-'    j. esent    numl ered   tv
It g    tv o    bo s    abc it    sl s   i
Of   age   and   a    newspaper   reporter.    The Others Were:   Mayor Lee.
Chief Wai. on of the Are di pari
Alderman J. s. Bryson, city Engineer
Ulackn.aii    Assistant   Engineer  Stew
art son, w. u. Gilley, i;. C. Lowery, I-".
Hassam and .1. Crean. Mr. Crean was
the only one present who was nol
er a city official or e:so directly
and financially interest ed in the subject to be discussed. Mr. Crean
moved, seconded and carried a vote
of censure on tho signers of tho petition.
There was no Question of holding
a meeting but Mayor T.ee undertook
to do a littlo explaining. He said
that perhaps Gilley Brothers, Engineer Bowery and Mr. Hassam were
all to blame to some extent for the
delay, "You will have to blame God
Ah.'ighty. too." interposed Mr. Crean.
aiul.S'   tjie subject  was dropped.
Contvai'or Haslam said that the
labor problem had been one of the
hardest he had te face. It was bard
to get men, and harden still to keep
them, bill he had seouiol thirty five
mom in Vancouver on Wednesday and
they would be put to work at once.
Mfryor Bee was somewhat annoyed
at   the   outcome   of   tho   meeting,   although   he  had   not  approved   of  its
calling.    "The peo] le wil) sign a petition   for   anything   here."   he   said.
I "If     the   'Council     receives     lai m ^
signed petitions and then rec Ive .. ������
I better support when they ns-.o.-i to
the prayer  of  the  petition,  what   do
w-n r>  nrar, ., ��� lir. nkllMI ��� nMIOn tllO'   OXpOct    US   to   do.      lf   this   SU 1   if
IORSP8UKE COKTRACTOSiS AFFAIRS TAILED JUST NOW t&*Z*2.V*aT2a*ZF*
  | costs  money  to advertise  the  meet-
lings and it takes the time of the
ion whl< I presented to tin . ns found
council  on   Mas   2  askl ��� to.all ol thi m.   Om  ol I  i   ���." ���-
Ing be ca gested <  ttld   not   i e   m ��e ed,
I ' ��� chase 1 at any pri i
i was present council eclded
e hour of el present   location   was  the  best   ���.<���
tttendanci ��� Oni    mi raber   suggested   that
-*k&?%
IMMENSE IRHION JOS    HUDSON BAY MEM HAS
Canadian Pacific Railway Awards One
of   Largest  Contracts  Ever  Given
In   Canada.
C.   P.   R.   and   Rival   Concern   Are   At
Loggerheads   Over   Charter���In
junction   for   One   Week.
Calgary. May  IS���The contract  for      Ottawa. Mav IS.���Tbe affairs of the
the extension of the Canadian  B.icitie   ^ Canadian  Pacific  Kail-
Railwav  company8 Irrigation  system.
into the eastern' seetion of the lrri-:W:1>' company arc in a legal tangle
gation block, has been awarded to just now. The company, which
Messrs.  James  McDonald  A  Co.. with   claims  to   have  aciinired   the  charter.
has a staff at work   it is alleged, surveying a line from Prince Albert east-
i wind   to  Fort   Churchill   and   Colonel
Hai iis. Herbert Spicer and two other
men
e the
I   pay
who have to attend them. Whi
signets of the cause of ii a
no further attention to it."
"The  waii'r  imitators  could  do  bettor than this." said Alderman Bryson.
FOREIGNER   KILLED
ON MANITOBA RAILROAD
whom are associated Messrs. Winter.
Boomer <t Hughes and Messrs. Grant.
Smith &- Co., all of Spokane. Wash.
Tbe work covers the removal of some
38,000,000 cubic yards In the construction of canals and is one of the largest contracts which has been awarded
in Western Canada in recent years.
The contract was let for (6,230,000
odd. about a quarter of a million under the company's estimate \>t the
cost. There is a time limit pf live
years for the completion of the work.
VANCOUVER MAN CRUSHED
IN   ELEVATOR   IN   FRISCO
San Francisco, May IS.���Joseph
Griffin, of Vancouver, B. C, a guest
of a downtown hotel, was crushed to
death in a elevatdr here this morning.
'Ho entered the second floor for the
third, where his room was located
and attempted to step from the elevator us its door Was closing, hut fell
and   whs caught   hetween  tlie  bottom
of the elevator and   the first floor,
death resulting almost Immediately.
"English promoters are here preparing to open stock books.
Two of tlte directors are Ralph
.Tones and A. Kaeine, of Ottawa, who
claim their consent has not been given
to the transfer of the charter to the
English syndicate. They accordingly
obtained an injunction yesterday restraining the London people from
transferring stock of holding official
meetings of the provisional directorate.
The injunction stands for one week.
Meantime the government is proceeding with preliminary arrangements
for the construction of the railway
from La Fas to Fort Nelson for which
IL'.riiui.tiOO was voted last session. The
Hudson Bay * Facilic Railway Company has a subsidy.
Selkirk. Man.. May 1S.���Hi ir Krul-
'Itzkij. a Galaclan, was run over and
Instantly killed by a train at Xetley
last night. In attempting to board
tbo dining car of the work train he
[fell between the cars, the wheels
passing over his neck, almost Beveling the head from the body. He wis
thirty seven years of age anl leaves
a wife in Galicia.
Faust on Fire.
Saranac Bake. N. Y.. May IS.���Although It was feared for a time today
that the village of Faust., near here.
would be wiped out by tire, theflnnus
were under control tonight.. The damage is estimated at  $76,006.
d bi city foi the us   ��� I
e of tlie h
but   mopt      i       e   other   member*
;   .        f tl ���        ,   .     ���   r. i f obt  .
a    equest   were so slim that it
n i    se   making  it.      Archfte I
birds ��as- pn e tit  and u* it, pan  In
Cue discussion.    The plans as amended were submitted and acci pted.
Treasurer Kearj presented a financial statement for the year en ling on
Marcli 31, BH0. The general account.
building account and savings account
all show credit balances. Tho re-
celpts of Hie former account for the-
year were $23,250,60, and out. of this-
.were paid $1,164.76 for architectural!
services   on   \i\n   new   building   aipi
| $4,000   on  the   purchase   of   lots   an--
joining the present   site.    Even  with
these   disbursements    a    balance   et
I remains,   In the building fumf
(there   is   $624.15   and   there   is  also
i$1,172*15 in tbe savinns account. The
report will ho published in full as^
soon as audited by E. B. Webber, who
was yesterday  appointed auditor.
Communications were received?
from several parties to whom the secretary had written regarding contributions to the new hospital and three
of I hem were very satisfactory. lVv-
nard F. We.ne. of Ladner, remittee!
$$7, the proceeds of a minstrel entertainment held at Badner recently
in aid of the hospital.
The visiting pom mittee for the past
month, Mrs. Broad, J. J. Jones and
T. Gifford. reported that they had
made frequent visits to the hospital
and found everything, with the e\
oeption of Hie aoommodatlon, satisfactory. Tlie accommodation continue*
io be overtaxed anu win probably te-
tnain so until the new hospital is;
erected.
Mrs. Hill. H. T Kirk and M. Sinclair were appointed the visiting committor for the ensuing month.
The following report, showing the
number of eases under treatment and
the number discharged during April.
Was submitted by  MBs  Mary  Martin,
��� lady superintendent:
I     Number of patients In hospital April
,1, 68j discharged.'.u;: died. 6; admitted    during     Apiil.    ]0'J;     remaining
! April 30, lit: number of puMoiitsr
treated dining April, BiO; number of
hospital day. 1 979! number of maternity cases treated la cottage, 32;
received       from       paving       patients.
I $1.:)'.>!>.til); number of patients ln hospital today.  May  IS. 69.
Those present at tbe meeting were:
J. Cunningham, in the chair; Min,
Hill. Mrs. Pearoe. Mrs. Ferguson, M.
Sinclair. L. A. Bewis, .1. ,1. Jones, 11. T.
Kirk and W. H. Keary.
Smallpox   in   Toronto.
Toronto. May  IS.���Two more easea-
of  smallpox   were  discovered  in   Toronto todsy.    There are now clover*
cases in the Swiss Cottage hospital.
Seen   in   St.   Louis. Twenty-Five Quit Work.
St. Bouts Mo.. May 1S.-Solar en p Hamilton. May IS.���Twenty-five for-
I ions were observed this afui noon by etgners quit work at the Dominion
Father Martin S. Brennan. pi'tff689 <r j p0wer and Transmission company toot' astronomy at the Ken.ltiek HgUl-JdEn because they did not like th��
inary.     lie  saw   thirty  distinct  Bpots  a0t|ons of their boss and because the
ITALIAN   PRIEST  SLAIN
BY   FELLOW   COUNTRYMAN
HE   DIDN'T   KNOW
ou tbe BUrt.   One of tbem be evtltnaitd
at   150,000  miles  in  diatue.O'.
Fool
Whll
Conditions   for   Employees
In Cessation of Strife   Be-
'���'een Masters and Men.
'ethlkhem,
the Bethle
:is   heen
'a., May 18.���Tin
iota Steel works,
n'  progress   since
wai officially   declared   off
meeting of Ul0 (>XO(.���tiV(,
.    ��r the strikers in this city.'
"iitions   whlch   FormeiS Con.
t[   ���'���  Davis   Brodhead,  repre-
'".    'fU'U.   secured   last   wiVk
,' ' "Ul   Charles   M.   Schwab
""'""""sly   adopted    by    the
9 Approves Stamps.
'���   Majr   IK���King  George  V.
'<! the design for the first
'"'hs of his reign.    These
,       '"''f-eent stamps for Que-
flnve  c����t   stamps   tor   New-
Not Guilty of Manslaughter.
Bryson, Que., May IS.���This afternoon a jury returned a verdict of not
guiltv in the case In which Michael
Murphy was charged with nianslnu. h
ter in' the deaths of two Sbawvllle
vouths, Dale and Hough. A crowd of
vouug men had been amusing themselves bv. throwing missiles at the
shack occupied by Mr, and Mrs. Mm
phy ancl the latter, resontlii!
actions, fired Into the crowd.
New York, May IS- Uev. Father
Angelo Belllzi, curate of the Italian
Catholic church of Our Lady of Mount j turd fainted
Carmel In Williamsburg, was murderously attacked in a Williamsburg
street house today by an unidentified
Italian, who slashed Ids head and face
with a rauor. Tho curate is weak
from loss of blood and was moved
to his home. Cotoner Cllnnen was
summoned to take his ante mortem
statement. Tlie assailant escaped.
The attack ls believed to have been
a sequel to a christening ln the parisli
at which Father Belli/.l officiated last
night,
Kills   His   Best   Friend
Toying  With   Revolver.
New   York.  Mav   is     Aft -r  be   had
shot and killed his best  friend today,
Herbert K, ConWay, of Harrison, n.j.,
threw   himself   weeping   on   the   body
company   would
creased wages.
not   gtant   them   in-
Alberta Is Damp.
Calgary.-May IS.���From nl sections
of the province come r.eportB of copious rains following the coinpleti.n
of all seeding that will be done ti.is
season. u >
Conway was talking with Joseph
I'lielpinan In I'lielpman's place of business in Harrison. He picked up a
revolver which some one had left
lying nonr by.
"But It down! it Is loaded!" cried
Blielpman.
Ciuiwny laugh I
ver was empty,
ed    at
trigger.
I'lielpmiin
through   the
G.   T.  P.   Earnings   Increase.
Montreal,     May     IS.���The     Grand
Trunk   railway  earnings  Tor  tlie  second  week  in. May   increase,I   $107 Ub4
over iiw same week lust year.
d and said
To prove 1
the reveille point-
l'helpman   and   snapped   the
fell    to   the   floor   shot
head.
their
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* BIG   EXPLOSION    KILLS
* HUNDRED   IN   HAVANA
���
���
���
���
���
���
Havana, May 18.���An explosion occurred this evening at
the barracks of the rural guard
In I'inar Del Klo City. It Is
reported that ion men were
killed and 50 injured.
Explosion at Burnaby Power House
ROSTAND'S REWARD.
For   His
Honored By French S.P.C.A
Barnyard   Play.
Paris,    May   18.���M.  Edmund   Bos-
tand  tins received an  unexpected toward  for  "Chautecler."    The  French
society for the Prevention of Cruelty
Bennett Rosamond Dead.
London,   May   IS��� Bennett     Rosamond, fiirnior consoi'vatlvH member of
parliament   ofr    North    Lanark,   Ont..
died today of pneumonia at the Grand,
lotel here.
PUBLIC FEELING IS STROUG
AGAINST HANGIN0 IN TEXAS
��resident Taft Commutes Sentence of
Man Who  Killed  His Sweetheart
in   Fit  of  Jealous   Rage.
Washington, D. C. May 18.���Yielding to the strong sentiment in Kan-
to Alilmals  has centered on him  itsi(sas against  capital  punishment in  a
.���������������������������������������������������������
An explosion due to some unknown
Cause severely liiliired It. Mil! ., night
operator at tlie IJ. ('. K. It.; power
house at llni'imby abont three o'clock
this morning. Malo luul botft arms
burned und Is now paralyzed bi both
legs. He limy die, allium .h hopes aro
entertained   f<��''  wn'liiR  his  life.
The explosion set tlie roof on lire
and wns heard by some peoplo deep-
I,,,, jiitoiit lifts yards away, who went
oi"t to Investigate and found Male unconscious.
I��. 3. Mc<}tiairle, local manager of
lhe n. o.
E.   It., and
were hastily summoned to the scene
ol I ho accident.
The explosion Isolated the powCr
house, leaving The News without the
moans of Netting up type for some
hours nnd delaying the puhlieniion of
the paper.
Fire Chief Watson despatched a
chemical to the power house.
The damage to the power house will
not amount to more than $300.
Mttle was taken to the Hojal Co-
l)r.   KotliweII . lmnhian hospital.
grauil diploma of merit in recognition of his having written a i lay
abotji cocks and hens and other birds
and beasts, recalling in Uio letter announcing the award that it bad paid
a similar honor to another poet before him, Lamartine. M. Rostand,
accepting thc distinction vrtth gratitude, feels flattered and touched al
the mark of friendliness wllich "seems
to be extended t"to- him by all tl.osa
humble and ��ood dumb brothers
which the society, to its infinite credit,
protects. I have always loved.animals
passionately, and I am prouder of
havteg never once ftlveft ope' pain
thanL-o^ living once made some of
I them' talk."   -	
state where a law has been passed
against it. President Tuft today commuted to life imprisonment the death
sentenoe upon Private Charles O'NelU
of the United States army, who waft .
to have been executed on the military .
reservation at Fort Leavenworth or*
^ay 28. ,     (
JTNelfl  killed his sweetheart, Min-.,-
ate Sharbeno, ln a fit of jealous ragf^
and was sentenced bv court-martial..
Representative   Scott,   of   Kansas,.     ,
told   the   president   of   the   feeling,
against   capital  punishment  ln  Kan
sis, and it was in order not to bring: '
tlfc   federal   law   into   conflict   with
t& state law that' the president deed to commute the sentence.        .,
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,  May
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.!
WANTKD���TO EXCHANGE 115 1-J
acres of good land ai Lincoln Marion, Langley, for Westminster city
property. Value $3000. Apply 1!. C.
Securities, Ltd., Dominion Trust
Offices, Columbia street, Xew Westminster.
OPERA   HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
May 24���Juvenile Bostonians.
May 26���Jessie MacLachkui.
June 2���Dorothy Morton.
June 30���The   White  Squaw.
Good Opporlunit^
WANTED���A GIRL AT ONCE. Ai'-
ply, R.OJ al 1 ity  Laundry.
WANTED ��� FIRST CLASS WA1T-
resst s. Good wages pai 1. Apply
Central Hotel.
WANTED���MEN AND BOYS TO
work in can factory as helpers. Apply between 7 and '.> a.m. Cliff &
Sons.
WANTED���A PLANER MAN FOU
sawmill. On, Who can sharpen his
own Knives and set up machine.
Apply  D. H. Hall, Chilliwack, D.C.
WANTKD���A THIRD CLASS ENGI-
neer for sawmill. Unmarried man
preferred. Apply D. B, Hall, Chilliwack.  I!. ('.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply   125  Third  avenue.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���SURREY; SIX AND
One-half acres on Scott load near
Kennedy station. Price $37o per
acre, $500 cash, balance easy. Own.
tr, Box -7, Colllngwood East, P. O.
iSouih Vancouver.
FOR SALE���HIGH POWER ATJTO-
mobile (roadster) in good running
order. Might exchange for real
estate. Room 8, Westminster Trust
Hlock, City.
FOR SALE���NEW MISSION FURNI-
ture, made to order; square dining
table, large high-hacked couch, five-
leafed screen, four dining chairs
and foot stool. Set for $42. Phone
189, City,
FOR SALE���GOOD VIEW LOT OX
Seventh avenue; 66 x 148; hetween
Twelfth street and cut-off. Price
|1,000, easy terms, owner, Box 27,
Colllngwood East.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOMfc
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any availably Dominion Lands with.
in the railway belt in British Columbia, may be bomesteaded by any per
son who is tha sole head of a family
or any male over IS years of age, to
tho extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land ollice tor 'lie district
in wliich the land is situate. Entry
by pioxy may, however, ho made ��n
ci-rtain conditions Dy the lather,
mother, son. daughter, brother or Bister of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform thg condition? connected therewith under one of the following
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for throe years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, lf trie
father Is decaBad), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity of
the land entered for, the requirements
as  to  residence  may   be  satisfied  by
.such person  residing with  the lather
' or mother.
Ci) If the setth-r has his permanent
residence upou farming land owned
by blm in the vicinity of his Dome
Btead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
;the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
'be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of intention
jto apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may b?
! leased for a period of twenty-one
> years at an annual rental of $1 per
'acre. Not more than 2500 acre*
| shall be leased to one individual or
I company. A royalty at the rate oi
five cents per ton shall be collected
iCn the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
I Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
BRENING & COMPANY
General  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
We Can  Deliver the Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldg.
Corner  Columbia  and   Begbie  Streets.
New Westminster B. C.���Phone 686.
Our Exclusive Properties Too Long to
Advertise.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank   Bldg.
Ground  Floor.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
ADD TO  WILSON  &  COOK'S  AD
BURNABY���Snap. 8 acres on Murchie
road.    $700  per  acre,  easy  terms.
Properties in���
NEW WESTMINSTER, BURNABY, SAPPERTON, LULU ISLAND, SURREY, LANGLEY, 01111.-
LIWACK, SI'MAS. VANCOUVER,
NORTH AND SOUTH VANCOUVER.
SURREY���Ten ncres choice water-
frontage in N. W. 1-4, Section 8,
Township 9. Price $250 per acre.
Easy terms.
[RIME 15 DtTtCTLD
Bl NEW METHOD
New  Westmister  1  ,,ld n.
District of New W,stmi'StricU
I Take no. ico tha, Ale ..I*"*"
.nan, of  Vancouver. _��� M"
Prof.   Munsterberg   Gives   Exhibitions
Before College Class���Mental As
pect of Those Subjects.
occupation contractoi
ply  tor  permisi li n  ;,, ���ur{7-
following described I
Commencing at a
Write or Come and  See
Denial's.
Us for Pa
Client just from the East wishes to
buy a 5 or 6 room cottage or bungalow near school and car line.
THREE ACRES���All in fruit; five
roomed house; outbuildings, etc.
A fine- paying home. Good terms.
BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
We Can  Deliver the  Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldg.
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets
New Westminster B. C.���Phone 685.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
City���Lot on Ninth street, near Third
avenue.    Price only $800.
SURREY���10   acres   on    Scott    road,
close in:  only  $80 per acre.
SURREY���70 acres on Clover Valley
road, near Hjorth road; $126 per
acre;   easy  terms.
LULU ISLAND���We have some
buys for parties who wish a
acres ni good garden land.
fine
few
Cambridge, Mass., May
sor   Hugo   Munsterberg
[remarkable demonstration of his pby-i
sicological method of detecting crime I
before tbe class of philosophy in Rad-|
clili'o college, the feminine annex to'
Harvard.    Taking  three  girl    volun-
i teers as subjects, the professor piovi d
ihai no matter how tbey attempted
to evade him he could real then
minds, or rather their actions, as manifestations Oi what was in their mind: .
Besides demonstrating his own theory,
Professor Munsterberg proved tbat he
j has Solved the problem of leading a
woman's mind, and thai in future the
thoughts of tho wile will be an open
book lo the husband. The possibilities ul the. professor's discovery can
hardly be estimated,
:    The Cure girls whi submitted    I"
I tbe lesi are Helen Thayer, of the
class of 1911, Rub) Hobb, a b nior,
and Miss Beaton, of the class ot 1012.
The professor told the class that  he
the soul beast point  i
ate about, four (4) <
ber  limit   No. 38733, I   , .';'(.e '"_
aud   westerly  and
IS.���Proles-   erly    around   the   ,
has  given   a to place of coi	
four   acres,   more  oi
acres,   more  or  I
ALEXANDEIi    MeLEN'.i
J. E. BAGG ���t   "*
March 17, 1910.
I A  SNAP���Three acres of fine  garden
and   fruit   land   near   tram   line;    I	
corner.    Price $350 per acie, easy (had several clippings from a morning
tei ins.
X.B.���Unauthorized    publication   of
this advertisement will    not be pain
FOR SALE���A GASOLINE CABIN
Launch, 9 1-2 foot beam, 35 feet
long. Apply for particulars to G.
Harvey,  853  Ramage   street,  City.
FOR SALE OR RENT���Modem furnished, six roomed house; close to
car.    Apply, 434   Sixth street, City.
FOR SALE���SURREY; TEN ACRES,
S. D. 13, northwest 1-4 section 19,
township 2. Price $250 per acre;
1-3 cash; balance 6, 12 and 18
months. Address N. 13., News Office.
City���House on corner lot near
Queen's park; modern; six rooms.
Price $2,400, $500 cash, balance
monthly.    Worth investigating.
LANGLEY���80 acres, the N. l/a of
S. E. *.. of See. 10, Tp. 10. Price
$35 per aire; $1,000 cash, balance
$500 per year.
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTIV
CITY���Lot 2 and 3 In Blks. 6
s. 1!. 9 on Seventh avenue.
$050 each; easy terms.
and 7
Price
Lulu Island���Twenty or Forty acres
on the North Arm road. I'i ice only j
$250 an acre. The land around this
has been subdivided, and is selling
at double the price. This is your
last chance to secure land along the
proposed tram line at this figure.
Terms easy.
Hjorth  Road���Forty acres at $125 an
acre.    This  cannot  be  beaten.
FOR SALE���GOOD WORK TEAM
(2,800 lbs.), Sound. Also wagon and
harness (new). Apply A. N. Mac-
kay,  Burnaby  Lake P. O., B. C.
Real Estate
vs.
Mortgages
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.
BURNABY���Two ',. acre lots
tram line and store. Price
each;  easy terms.
near
$300
paper on every    day    subjects,    il
would have the three girls draw each
a   clipping   in   such   a   way     that   le- ���
would  tind out  from them  what  clippings  they   had.
The condition the professor imposed
was tbat when be Baid a word the
girl spoken to should wil bin a Bee-
ond say some oilier word brought Into her mind. Professor Munsterberg
asked each of the three girls to try
to deceive him as to which clipping inch "'in thicknes
she had, just as a criminal would trj gx* |_cj. -p,K
, ] to   mislead   him   in   riving   to   delect'
LAND  ACT.
New   Westminster   Land
District of New v,    tminster
Take   notice    thai ,' '.:
Clowes of   Vanco I :   c   ,
tion, building lni peel
ply for permission I
lowing described I ���
Commencing at
the s.
<  .   s********\''        I
point ol a '
In channel betwi en ���
Nelson island; thi
ei ly, Bouthei ly and ���
shore to the pi ii e i        nmencd
containing 10 ai 11
SIMON 111
Per JO       F
April  20, 1910.
Tenders  V.'
Tenders will be i
dersigned  up to  M
5    p.    m..    for   twei
(2240 lbs.) or 6-inch
of 4-inch Cast Iron
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BURNABY   SNAP  ���   3   3-4   acres   in
D.   L.   136.     Price   $2,000;   terms,
$1,000  cash,  balance  6,   12  and  is
months.
LANGLEY���160 acres, S. W. \
16,   Tp.   10,   2,000,000   feet
4 of Sec.
of   good
fir. No timber lease. A number of
small mills in the vicinity. Price
$45 per acre; 1-3 cash, balance 1
and 2 years.
WILSON,   COOK   &  CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
MAIL   SERVICE.
FOR SALE ��� MAGOON STRAW-
berry runners. Specially grown
rrom young plants. Four dollars
per thousand. L. Claude Hill, Burnaby Lake, P. O.
?OR SALE -- SPEED LAUNCH
"Vite." 311 feet long, 4 feet 6 inches
beam; fully equipped with 1C 11. P.
four-cylinder "C'owie" engine, together with dynamo. In first class
���working order. Speed 14 miles per
hour. To be seen at our docks,
Front street. The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOR RENT���ROOM FOR ONE OR
two gentlemen. Apply 205 Carnarvon street.
TO RENT���UNFURNISHED ROOM,
Apply corner Royal avenue and Seventh street
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
for one or two ,adies, close to car.
615 Hamilton street, city.
TO RENT ��� COMFORTABLY FUR-
nisbed bedroom. Apply 713 Trew
street, city.
LOST.
-LOST���POCKET BOOK CONTAIN-
ing sum of money and valuable
papers. Name on pocket book, S.
N. Lupton. Finder please return
to Kelly, Douglas & Co., Front
street  and  obtain   reward.
LaOST ��� 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.
J^OST���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.
L.OST���THURSDAY NIGHT, CUFF
with Masonic bar cuff link. Finder
please return to News Office.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTS! MANA-
per G. J. Sykes), 62 Powell street,
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
���write if unable to visit us.
Some of our shrewd clients
are beginning to feel that outside property is now nearly
as high as it is worth. They say
that the old stock exchange
axiom is good wliich says "Sell
when everyone wants them;
buy when no one wants them."
They have figured out that they
have done pretty well by real
estate and are now buying
mortgages. They say that seven
to eight per cent, is good for
such high clas3, gilt edged security���in fact there is no security better than a mortgage
on Improved real estate which
has withstood all the scrutiny
given morgages which passes
through our hands. They feel
that with such mortgages
they can sleep pretty comfortably���no anxiety as to a possible drop in value.
If real estate has done well
for you, or if you are for any
reason looking for the greatest security in Investment, it
will pay you to see us and
talk over the matter. Our
knowledge is at your disposal
without charge. Years of experience and study of financial
matters of all kinds fit us to
speak with some degree of authority. ;   ,. , ;   |   ,
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���JOTTED BROTHERHOOD OF AMER- j
lea No. 2 meets every Tuesday evening.      Cunningham's     hall,     Sixtli
street.    Trustees,  M. G. Fraser,  D. :
McNee and W. H. Fraser, Vancouver, A. 11. Tupper, authorized organ-   _
i.'jser for New Westminster. >****.
Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd.
T.   R.   PEAR80N,
Manager N. W.  Branch.
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at tlie New Westminster postofflce and hour given in
each case being the hour of closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, be-
for the actual despatch. All mails,
unless otherwise stated are despatched and received daily except
Sunday. The only mails despatched
and received Sunday are the G. N. R.
south and C. P. R. east mails, not including way mails, Sapperton, Fraser
Mills and Coquitlam.
Mails  Despatched.
8 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
B. C.  Electric railway.
EXPRESS APPROVAL
OF MR. AYLESWORTH
King City, May 17.���One hundred
and twenty-five members of the Aylesworth Club attended their regular
monthly meeting in their club rooms
Saturday night.
During  tho business  part    of    the
meeting H. II. Hewart's letter attack-
ing  Hon.   A.   B.   Aylesworth    on   the i Meant pause followed both
ground of organization was  severely
criticized.
The  following  resolution  was  read   DOUKHOBORS START WORK
what   crime   lie   had   committed.
The professor shot several words
at random at the llrst girl and she
answered hack as quickly with any
word that came Into her head. When
a word connncted prominently with
the clipping was sprung, however
there was a Blgnflcant pause, for the
first thought injected Into tho girl's
mind was the clipping and She was
unable to think Instantly of some
thing with which to mislead Prof.
Munsterberg.
One of the clippings drawn by the
girls told of former President Roosevelt's reception by the Emperor of
Germany.
When Prof. Munsterberg sprung
the word Emperor on the girl which
held the clilping she could not answer without a pause. The pause ln
the flrst test was a second and ln the
last two tests ahout half that time.
This RadcllfTe college test was regarded as the most successful demonstration Prof. Munsterberg has so far
made of the physicologic method of
detecting crime. A short time ago,
however, ho experimented with a
man suspected of forging a check and
his   plan   worked   perfectly.     A   slgnl-
thc words
bank" and "cheek" when addressed
to the suspected man.
Pipes   must    be
cracks or other defi ami ia J
thickness  of  vaetal ���
vertically, and covi       with Dr.l
gus   Smith's or ot!.'
Hon.     l'ipes   to   hti
size spigots and bo<
Tenders to be m J
Water Pipes."   Thi j
der not necessarily
W.  A.  DUNC        ''ityCWl
City  Hall, April -     1910.
LAND i
New   Westminster   L.ind Distil
District   of   New   .'<.'���.������ -..���
Take   notice   tha' ���    I .'>:
of Vancouver, II. C |
cutter, intends to ar
to   purchase  the   fi      sing di
lands;
Commencing  at  a   |
the southeast point
lying about 10 chain
Island;   thence    nortl
southerly   and     caste
shore to the place < ! -'->���"!
containing 6 acres mi      nr ���
JAM1
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by the president and on his requesting
a standing vote was declared carried
unanimously. "We, the members of
the Aylesworth club, King City, at its
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First C.P.R. east taking all points j regular monthly meeting, do hereby
east including Langley and district.      express our absolute and complete ap-
The mail for Abbotsford and dis- proval of the course in parliament of
trict, Clayburn and district, Hunting-lour representative, Hon. A. B. Ayles-
don and district, and Matsqui are de-[ worth, and regret exceedingly the un-
spatched by way of Vancouver.
8 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points oast and south,
and Hall's Prairie, Fernridge and Hazelmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays.
All Surrey mails are received from
Cloverdale, except Hall's Prairie, Hazelmere and Fernridge, which arrive
on the Port Guichon train on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. 0. Electric rail-
warranted attacks made upon him.
ON   BIG   GRADING   CONTRACT
Canora. Sask. May 17.���Peter Veri- JOB
gin's big grading outfit starred wank
today on the Canora-York ton line of
the G. T. P., thirty miles of grade
in all, with 400 Doukhohors and teams.
This work will he rushed ahead and
will be finished in less than two
months. '
For all ki:
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8:30  a.m.���Vancouver  and  Victoria
including   U.   S.   matter,     and    also
(except  Tuesday)   via  B. C.  Electric
railway.
SEE COPY
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:15 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via G. N. R.
8:30 a.m.���C. P. R. east (flrst train)
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
12:00 p.m.���C. P. R. east.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby by courier.
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:15 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points.
7:00 p.m.���Revelstoke local and C.
P. R. intermediate points,
way.
1:30 p.m.���Strawberry Hill, Tim-
herlnnd and South Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���Ladner and down river
points, East Burnaby, Queensboro and
Burquitlam, by courier.
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via G. N. R, north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nicomekl, and
Port Kells, dally, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tynehead on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
i Lake, via B. C. Electric railway. Saturday an extra mail is despatched to
i Victoria via Vancouver at this hour.
Blaine and Seattle, including all
U. S. points, east and south, via the
G. N. R. "Flyer."
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
���Hours  for   Irrigation���
The hours during which water may
be used for irrigation in the city have
been extended to from 6:30 p. m. until 8:30 p. m. until further notice.
i By order
1 W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, May 18, 1910.
HERE IT IS!
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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.        ....
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N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
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CANADA FAVtREIi WITH
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Dominion   Pron?ists   to   Be   Leader   in
tt     World's  Production  of Universally   Used   Fuel.
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Childrei
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A. J. B1RTCH
White House
617 Columbia Street
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$14,400,000.00
11,000.000.00
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sumi   ol  ���>!   and upward,
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Manufactured  by
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You can get Hammocks and Re-
fi ��� tors. Screen Doors and Screen
\\ Indows, I.awn Mowers and Sprinklers, Sreen Wire Enamelled, Rubber
Hose and Cotton Hose.
Sherwin-Williams   Paints.
"Ladies'  Aid"  Range.
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LSTMINSTER.    B    C.
3. Office.  EiQbth  St
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���    ! Yale road.  ,3500
ince  to   arrange.
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when you need It,
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J5' be deposited at any time.
80   BRANCHES
Ontario.
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1ST
Quebec
West.
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.$4,000,000
. 4.7^0,000
MToronto
[W   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
J- Gracey, Mgr.
see Joseph Travers
7-roomed house, all modern.. Price $2,400; small cash payment,
balance $20 per month.
8-roomed house close to car. Price   .2,500 on easy  terms.
Rooming house. 'Jl rooms; good location. Price for lease and
contents, $1,200; $300 cash.
in-room modern house on ful size lot on Third avenue. Price only
$3,800.    Easy terms.
7-roomed modern bouse close to Columbia street. Price $2,200;
$500 cash, balance like rent
Two B-roomed bouses close in. Price only $1,100 each; on easy
terms.
11-roomed  house;   close in.  Price $3,000 on easy terms.
We have houses tor sale in all parts of the city and en very easy-
terms.    Consult us if yon want to buy a home.
Two lots on Twelfth stieet Price only $900 for the two; 1-2 cash,
balance over two years.
Two lots on Twelfta street car line. Price only $850 each; 1-3
cash, balance 6, 12 and IS months.
Two lots corner of Uegina 1-size lot on Third avenue. Price only
$2,000; 1-:! cash, balance ii and 12 nionlhs.
Two lots on corner of Seventh avenue and Fourth stieet. Price
$1,3001  1-3 cash, balance ll and 12 months.
Cno  full-sized  lot  on  Nanaimo street.    Price $660.
Lots 13 and U near Windsor street hacking on Cunningham
street.    $2.1(111 per lot;  1 ll cash, balance 6 and  12 months.
Lot on Hamilton street.    Price $660 on terms.
Two lots on Edinburgh street close to Twelfth street. Price $1,300
for the two.
We have also 5 and 10-aere blocks in Surrey ranging from $125
and up.    See us about them.
Joseph Travers
Canad    i    desl ln< d  to be :o ne on1'
coun-
lo Dr. D.
I Domii i
. coal now
I ! ' I
oui  i ������<   e a1   McGill  u
would supply tl
th - I for the nexl
I 70
���| a coal deposit
favoi
In the v
to ....
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ms are bi '      -'lined
wl only 2 fi et thiol .
thi
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ure oni ��� aboul   10 feel tl lei . b I
all
l "11 ���       01        earns     In    the
Ci est an
250 Tl       nn      ' ' '    .
foil roi     ���       boundai     line   '
the  1. 1 nd  1 rui     P
of al ���   li       The Wei :> coal
is   sui to 1     the  besl I he
woi Id      ' '   n   1    coal  In  the    R
moui     us which 1 ompares
wit hi      ! ���      Welsh coal.    'I he possibilities  for the discovery of    more
coal mi Canada air  ���   1 <i. particu-
1 ���'    along the eastern  edge of 1 in-
Lee,      ���   . intains.     There   are   I
found there formations that carry the
greati   I  quantity,  number  and  thickness of seams.
The amounts mined by the various
coiiTii' li    ���  :   1902, the latest report, ul I
hand, are as follows;
Tons.
United States    300.000,000
Great   Britain      260,000,0001
Germany       160,000,000
Austria         50,000,000
Prance        33,000,000
Belgium       25,0
Russia         18,000,000
Canada           7. 1
Production of Canada.
The production of    Canada has in-
creased   greatly   since,   and   for   1907
it reaches 10,004,400 tons.    There isl
as yet,   said   Dr.   Dowling  no    cause)
to suppose that, this amount is going !
seriously to affect  our  future supply. ���
when we consider a rough estimate of
tbe  extent   an.l  amount of  our  coal- >
fields, but we must expect that the fu- J
ture   demands   of   the   manufacturing ,
and  transportation  facilities    of    the j
continent will fall more heavily upon 1
es. I     we increase in population, and ''
the coal reserves of the United States',
diminish.    We are constantly  finding
new  ��� n as in our partly explored west-j
ern country; but an estimate of those
that   are   fairly  veil   known   gives  us
a] p'roxiraati ly    30,000    square    miles
over   which   coal-mining   may  he   ex-
pected.   Portions of this area ar ��� as
yet beyond the reach of transportation
and also portions will he difficult of
approach or require deep mining.
A conservative estimate placed upon the coal beds mineable in Canada
gives the following: For anthracite,
429,000,000 tons; bituminous, 89,609,-
000,000 tons; lignite, 82,021,000,000
tons. The total mineable area of coal
deposits In the Dominion will ther-
fore tive approximately 172,068,000,-
000 tons. This means that tho present needs of the world could be
drawn from Canada for a period of
170 years. It is worth noting in this
.ection that Great Britain's deposit of bituminous coal Is estimated j
approximately at 00,000.000,000 tons, |
while that of Germanv Is estimated at
52,000,000.000 tons.
Dr. Dowling gave the following estimates for the several provinces:
Yukon: An area of 400 square miles'
of coalfields, containing 0.000.000 tons I
of anthracite, 32,000.000 tons of bltu- j
minous,  and   S50.000.000  tons  Henlte. |
Mackenzie: 200 square miles, 5,000,-
000 tons lignite.
Hritish Columhla 1.123 square miles. |
20,000,000 tons anthracite, 2S.042.000,-1
000 tons of bituminous and 314,000,- ]
000 tons lignite.
Alberta:   10,589  square  miles,  400,-!
000.000 tons anthracite.  44 530.oOO.000 |
bituminous and 00,002,000,000 tons lignite.
Saskatchewan: 7.500 square miles.
20.000.000.000 tons lignite.
Manitoba: 48 square miles, 330,000,-'
000 tons lignite.
Ontario: 10 square miles, 25,000,000'
tons lignite.
Nova Scotia: 002 square miles, 6,-
250,000,000 tons bituminous.
Total coal deposits: 420,000,000 tons
of anthracite. 89,609,000,000 tons bituminous coal, and 82,021,000,000 tons of
lignite.
WOOD  WORK,   AND
REPAIRING  OF   ALL
KINDS
- Done At ���
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VICTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone  631
Benson & KcBlenemy |
At   Dick   Benson's   Old   8tand,
8th St., Next to Fashion Livery.
- ra, ��>4k^#^.��*����S*4 a***a*ma**0 ����**-.
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625  Columbia  Street
New   Westminster,   C.   C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. C.
And   at   336   Hastings   St.,   W.
Vancouver, E. C.     Phone 3550
I
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates   Given   on   Any
of  Job   Printing
Kind
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   333
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EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
Centra! Meat Marke
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and   Fifth  Avenue. ]
PHONE  370.
E.M. Carncross & Co
Real Estate
'���    . anci    I Conveyai
Xo' ,   lie
I' i  Specialty
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:        im] nent Co.,
!   '... and r. J. li.ni & c��... Ltd.
���   ���' ile, B. ('.     L. D, Phone.
I   W. RICH
I Teaming and  Expressing.
DEALER IN
FOURTH
PHONE
B.C. Mills      .
Timber and  Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,   FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster
Bex   1:
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
Eturne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL. .$5.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL .5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & Co.
REAL ESTATE
Walker Block, Next to Todd's
Music  House
AUCTIONEER
Phone  703
WINE IS FAKED.
LURE OF  BRASS BUTTONS
HELPED BIGAMIST   IN  WILES
PttUburg, May 18.���Thai  the uniforms and brass buttons "Col." James
T. Tetlow, said to ho one of the chntn-
plon married men   of   the   country,
wore to onptlvnte tho l"'"rts "' ",
many admirers were bought ffc0^
hatid. Is tho char. ��� made by wife wo.
,4. Mrs. Ethel Tetlow, of W681 Virginia. "Col." Tetlow, according o
her, never was an offlcer in the L nit-
ed States army, the British army, or
any other army. She declares he
used the well known and time-honored charm of brass buttons to fascinate the fair sex. Tetlow fled to New
York some days ago after marrying
Ethel Jordan, sister of Clara Jordan.
Investigation by tho police brought
to light no less than six other women, each of whom declares she is
Mrs. Tetlow. He is said to have a
wife in England also. 	
Count de Lur-Saluces Finds Whole
sale Frand.
Paris. May 18.���The works of the
old masters are not the only articles
being "faked" and sold as genuine.
t'liiint de Lur-Saluces was passing in
front of a Paris wineshop, when he
saw bottles of his own Satiterne. with
apparently genuine trademarks, in the
window. He went In ordered a bottle,
drank It, nnd there ami then lodged a
complaint. A sample of the alleged
Satiterne was analysed in the municipal laboratory, and the result fully justified the count's action. The supposed white Medoc, advertised as coming from his favorite vineyards, and
bearing every mark of authenticity on
the bottles nnd tbe corks, was found
to consist of white wine grown in
Algeria and doctored with glycerine,
tartaric acid, tannin, sulphate of potash, saccharin, salicylic acid, and various artificial coloring matters." It is
satisfactory to learn that the dealer
convicted of having made this concoction hns just been sentenced to six
1 months' imprisonment and a flne of
fl,000.
Just a Few Left of
West End View
Lots
In Lot 10, Sub. Block 12, between 8th and
10th Avenues, to the east of 18th Street.
Pr'ce '35 \ ore quaiter cash, balance 6, 12
ar.d 18 moi.ths. These lots are close to the
ntw cut off, and you will be wise if you step
in now and secure them.
Two Good Buys
2 nice lots on Hamilton St.. all cleared,
50x150. Price $8J0 each cash, or $1000 on
terms.
Lot 7 on 11th St., Block 19, Sub. block 7.
Price $750 on terms.
Maple Rid��e
120 acres of good land, close to Mission City
Price is $35 per acre. $1000 cash handles
this.   Fa'ance on very easy terms.
The British Canadian Securities
Company, limited
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:    The Dominion Trust
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY
The Daily News UNGLtSl! HUMORIST
IN CVNiCAL
Published by Tne Daily News Publian-
Kzi Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzlq   and    Victoria
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VLui
A. Paige Managing Director .
��� V.. Vv. Jacobs, m Banquet
Speech, Tells Literary Aspirants How to Succeed.
THURSDAY.   MAY   19,   1910,
Fire, Life, Accident and Marine
INSURANCE
AGENT FOR THE SUN  FIRE    NSURANCE   OF   LONDON.   ENG.
(Est      shed 1710.)
LLIANCE   'NSURANCE  COMPANY  OF
PHILADELPHIA
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COLUMEIA   STREET. .-. ..
��� ��� !. rd Mayor of Liverpi  ,.. v.". W. Ja-
Thoogh some delay has appear, d to cob8  waa  tbe ]l,l-.-K   \    piest.    lie;
attend the exec tion ef the t ���    respond) I to the I of    "Litera-
treet i   provement, s n- ... *e fare" with d ���,-..-.
���  ii i    ���   ,i, f..,,i,   r,f th���   n.- -" '���  -' lid, was a gilt tha
jieie\e   been   the fa nt   oi   tne   Has- ,. ,.
,JC      '��� wa.-:  nevei pul   Into  1ns stocking;  or,
sam   Paving   Co the   contrac- u   u   wa8 the  garment  in  quesH
tors, but has been due ro various clr- was badly  in  need of darning.    Tl -
eumstances   ov*   which   ���. ��� literary career was so easy to -
. had no conti as the condition J**  be  wondered why  more peo       ,
,._.,, did  not embrace it.    All one wanted
cf the weather, the difficulty of secur- .,.,  u.n  centg  vonb  of  Mali, .
ing the required labor, completing ar- flve cents worth of ink, a penny pen.
��� rangements   for   cellars,   shortagi    <���' and   about  fifty    dollars    worth    of
material, and so forth.   It would Beem stamps.
, . .. Ai cording  to  Mr.  Jacobs,  no  ;��� i b-
! however now  that fair  weather pre- n,c_,   trainlng   [s   .,, [Ulred.   a   ........
vails  and  a  sufficient  supply  of  ma- need not even know how to spell, pro-
terial   is   on   iiand,  tbey  are   making  vlded his handwriting is bad enough.
; ,. undertak- Furthermore, the prizes are fair    ln
number, and in ordei   thai    nobody's
Have
Buyers
New
For
Real   Estate
Trapp Block.
Westminster
New Westminster.
Phones:   Office. 653;   H:*se. 158.  P. 0.   Box 952.
Columbia St.
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Dairy   Cows,   etc.,   Thursday,   ���
Junction.!      Lunch    will     be   ^
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on   the   Marshall   Farm of   Firs: Class
May   19.   (One  mile  from  Westminster
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54 inch All-Wool Panama for 50c ner ,.    I
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COQUITLAM  REAL  ESTATE  CO..  LTD., Auctioneers. *
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exci Hi al proi re  i with t!
In ;.    The   cl        ter  of  the
work   is
���       ���   be  hurt  tlie    bi-  ��� .
.-Mainly highly satisfactory,    We do _.e L>.  ;, after death,
not   think  any  citizen  has a  fault to "It seems to _e," Mr. Jacobs wrrt
find  wilh  this,  but on  the  contrary, on, "that the writers of the presenl
..   ,     ���              ,        ,       ,    I,,,   i day have a fine knack of looking on
that   all   are   pleas. 1   and   delighted ^   bright   ^   , .   u.^     [f ^
���with the solid, cleanly and handsome sfell  v.,.n   ,i|(_,y  say th,lt  ,!lf!  voice 0{
"pink" pavement and the smooth even the  people  is  the voice of God.    If
Burface  of  the   substantia!   roadway, they  don'i   they
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In  Brown, Navy, Resi ia,  11 ve Gn   , Card
io    ot staple coloi Ingi   aultal lo foi    ��� ;
This mati  i:i is ill w "i. and a splendid ��
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Then, too, the sinking of the car
lines to a level with the street is an
Improvement that every motorist,
and driver of a rig or wagon hails
viih Joy and satisfaction.
The only grumble has rule <l be -n,
iiniiiy that their work does not appeal to the common herd. Few authors arc satslfiea with their v.,,',.
and their Immediate relations nevei
ai e.
"A very curious thins about authors
i ;' - ialiy unpublished ones, is their
greediness for criticism and their in-
Sand still is, in regard to the time tense indignation when they get lt.
occupied  by  the  undertaking,  but.  in   Whal an author really means by eriti-
the face of the unforeseen difficulties c!Sin isr *>���,*?���    Th"    m,ost fe"uine
  , ,    ,   ,     piece of criticism 1  ever hoard of my
-which  the  contractors  have  hai  to  WOI.k was from tho wjfe of a fr|em,
lace we think none will grudge them of mine. She said it had been very
some allowance ln this respedt. A few helpful to her. She did not go into
days now  will  see the northern  half  flails, but she said that, she always
cf the street and the sidewalks on
lioth sides completed, to the extent
provided for under the present contract. Thereafter the paving of the
southern side of the thoroughfare and
the laying of the second car track
will take only a very short time. When
the whole work is completed there is
no question that, as far as Uie improvement extends, New Westminster
will possess one of the finest main
thoroughfares in any city of tlie Dominion.
We are glad to see that Mayor Lee
lias under consideration a proposal to
extend the new paving and cement
Bidewalks aB far as Leopold Place
eastward and to the Royal City hotel
westward.  There  is  a stron
read three or four pages,���I. e., of my
book���just before going into bed."
FOREST RANGERS START     f
wide.   Yo i canm I i qua] I his
Only six pieces, so if j   i
long at this Dgure.   Qn
anywhere in the city i
���    ested get here earl
to''a>\   per   yard   ...
PROCLAMATION.
INSPECTION INTO WILDS
Dominion Government Sends Out Four
Parties of Trained Men to Spy
Out   New  Territory.
Ottawa, May IS.���In anticipation of
the early construction of the Hudson's
Lay railway, the forestry branch of
the department of the interior has
sent out this year four parties with
feeling Instructions to make an inspection ol
among property owners along this rhe timber along the proposed route of
eastern section of Columbia street and the railway. The parties are com-
., ,,    .    ,. , ,,,,  posed of trained forest engineers, and
the citizens generally m favor of this  |,xll(,ri���1(X��� liwh(,,m,ll J*. flre ninf,.
proposal, whilsi there Is also a desire ers.    Tliey IlilV(. already started their
(o   have   the   hump   or   rhse   west   of  journeys into the wilds.
Fourth street down from three to four      Of the four parties two will proceed
feet.    This grading would greatly im-  !J-V  W  ot. *^h*P"?��  V-'6   'i'"*"1",
terminus of the C.  N.  It. line toward
prove   and   ennoble   the   perspective  Hu(lson Bay    0no of thPse wi��� stan
epective view of Columbia street, now its inspection at The Pass, and pro-
somewhat marred by thc hill, which ceed up the Nelson river. The other
view of  Columbia street,  now  some-  ^ill make at once for Split lake.
,,,,,.,,      ,.,.,, 'be other two parties will go in bv
what marred by the hill, which blocks  way (;f Norway  House) at the north
the prospect. This extension of f.nci 0f ].ake Winnipeg. One of these
tho Columbia stieet work would will make its headquarters at Oxford
be    a    very    decided    improvement.  House,  and  will  proceed  to    inspect.
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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.
Accordians 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
Whereas it has pleasod
Almighty God to take unto
Himself our beloved Sovereign, Ling L(' -aid VII.
And whereas it has heen
deemed proper that a day
be set apart for mourning
the great loss we have sustained   Iber.'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.
A.
Torchon Lace
5 c per yard
Values that w ill astonii b you
on this labUe Cotton and Linen
Torchons in varl mis widths and
designs; also Pillow Lacfe up
to I Inches wide for, per
yard     5c
Cashmeretll
25c per yard!
>c
Suitable
(In s.es. etfc
Pale  Blue,  I.i. Ill
ilinal only.   I      . i
tra good valu
JOHN
Mayor's Office,
New Westminster,
May  16, 1910.
LEE,
Mayor,
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60   YEAR3*
EXPERIENCE
See The Novelty Dresi]
Linens
Just  arrived  in   our   Wash   Oooda  Section���no   . ..j
busy days among the Summer Suitings  at   this  sl .- >.
leaves so little lo be desired. The late arrivals hi I
finish, a taking effect  that   is bound   to   be   popular
pearance, and the shades ttre   imply  exquisite.    Fb  ���   ResfcKI
Champagne, Brown, Pale Blue ind Nile   ire well rei ��� I
showing;  27 Inches wide,    Per yard   	
a    very
for it would give an aspect of con;
pleteness to the undertaking and
.greatly enhance the general appearance of the city's main thoroughfare
We hope therefore the council will
-decide to carry it out.
There   is   one   feature   closely   con
the timber around Hayo's river, God's
lake, Fox river and other streams,
reaching up as far as York Factory.
The other will make its way from
Oxford House to Split lake, inspecting
the timber en routo.
All the parties will, in addition to
inspecting the timber, keep a sharp
lookout for forest fires and will have
bected with this eastern extension of  authority to appoint and employ fire
rangers  whore  they  think  necessary.
Two of these parties, and probably
a  third,  will  enter  in  the    territory
Trade Mark9
Designs
Copvbichts &c.
An��onfl sending * iketrti and description ms)
.^nVklr a��<:ortain rmr opinion free ��hctlier an
Invention 13 pK>b��l>l. jmtemiihle. I'ommunlc*.
ticusntrictlyronOilai.tial. HANUBOOK on i'ntcnU
*<:nt froa. Oldeit lucne? (or *eei**L-Ag patents.
I', ii. t:.ii,n Uirguch Ilium A Co. lutMal*)
tpcrAalnotic*, without charge, lnth*
Sti�� a Jie Bfltricait.
A haadioraur illustraUa weeJcl., largest etr-
'alia* tt-siaj twulc JoaruaL Tarmi for
T '., *A.*;t a. r*a*. *wl*u�� prepaid.    SolA k.
fa***}***.
'*_��**#����KewYort
"m r St- Wa^inctOD. JX CL
���tl ne vat
the street work which would add very
sensibly to the real value of the under
taking, and should not be  lost sight   they traverse, and will be on the spot
of.     This  is   the   construction   of  an   ready  to  continue    operations    next
���esplanade or terraced w-al,k along the  spr nB'	
. e m bank men t on the southern or river
side of the street.   This strip belongs
to the Provincial government and wfc
feel sure that, if the value and Import
anee of this additional  Improvement
were properly presented to the Minis-
. ter      of       Works      tho       proposal
ARMOUR'S BIG SIX.
The Amour Prize Six-horse Team,
which Is one of t)ie big features with
BelhhFlold Shows, will be here within   a    few    days.    These    immense,
prancing prize  winners will come in j
their own private car. Light grooms
woulJ gain his ready acceptiiti'-o. This come with the big equine beauties,
[esplanade   with   terraced   gardens   is,  together with "Lilly Wales,   the fam-
of course, no new scheme, and some-  ��"H YM->' wl'�� liaft chaperoned these
i. ,      ,    <. , .       ;   :   big   fellows   upon   their  various  trips
Hung in the nature of a promise tnat  ab,oat)  .md  ,n  )his country.
be
. it should
lieve, mado by tbe government
undertaken was, we be-
some
I (time since,
��� that would add more to tho beauty of
our city than this, and it. will be an
achievement worthy of remembrance
if the council can get it cacried out.
The  world  famous  Armour  dapple
gray,   prize   winning,   six-horse   team
There is no Improvement ,s  '^���"^   b>'  Ul�� greal est  packers in
the world, Armour & Co., of Chicago.
The Superb dapple grays are valued
at $25,000 and are known as the international champions of all the prominent horse shows.
  Tlie   beautiful   lea   mof   gray   Per-,
eherhu   geldlhAs,   world's   champions,]
Scarcity of Houses. !have toured this country from Boston J
All  real  estate deni..���)-.   in  tho aity  to Seattle    and    are now    making aj
���Speak   about   the   great    scarcity   or  visit of all the principal fettles In the j
I Louses   for   Incoming   pfeople.       This' l'nited   States  with   the   ,great.  Sells-]
, is a deplorable fact und one that, can-'Flolo   Shows.     In   1H07  they     toured
; not be remedied in a minute.    While   through   England   and   Scotland     for
.Looses cannot he rented there are nu-'r.everal months, appearing at the Llv-
, nierous  chances  to  buy   very   reason-'' erpool  May Day  prirade   the  Interna-
Hably.   The W. ,1, Kerr Realty company ,tlonal   Horse  Show  at Olympia.  Lon-
offers a typical instance.    This little don, in June; the Regent's Park. Lon-j
Lome  is   on   Fourth  avenue  close  to   don   parade,    the   Royal   Agricultural!
Klghth.    The coming of the expected' show at. Lincoln, England, and  later j
carline for Fourth avenue and  Kighih   at tbe same place by special command]
'.street    will    enhance    this    property of  His Lale  Majesty,    King  Edward]
[jgreatly;      Has    water    and    electric  VII.
light, four rooms, new building, block;     The horses are all  dark  gray  Per--
.and a half from Sixth street carline,! cheron  geldings, from  five    to    eight
Clot, well improved and  some outbuild-  years   of   age.        Llg   Jim,   the   nigh,
.lngs.    Can he bought  now for $2,000;   wheel   horse,     is   regarded     as     the]
;   1-4  cash;  balance very easy.    This is  champion draft, horse of this country,'
within very easy walking distance to   weighing   2400   pounds.     This is   tle>
Columbia   street   and   will   be   early   highest   class   and   most,   interesting
Mr-tff/.'eled by the present extension of  feature  ever exhibited  with  nny  clr-
���hi- business portion. **      ens.
SentjOn Approval
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and
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Every pen guaranteed
full 14 Kt. .N.litl Gold���cu.
on i jj'.iil hand may be Iih !
in (Mlicr our ftflnflafd
black Opaque pattern, or
Nun-breakable Tinnspai-
ent, as detfired, either In ]
plain or engraved finish,
as pieferrecl.
Ymi m*y try thlipnn �� wet-K,
If ven .ion-it t.u<l itbirn[>roiriiUl,
b letter intii to itikii you C*D .1
euro fur ir-.ri: timer tint, Mrnu.
rmri la ��'���>' oilier ninkn, if irafi
������i.liiely . (ilinft.f tf.iy in every re*
Ipiet return It Mid we will ien<1
you 41.10 far It.
Cut ow itPT In our finiir.ii lift,
Popular BbO QkM luR 1't.ritil, r.
rumi'lntn I**11 PWbf triiitni-h, mry
da rurncd ��r. ��ny pOftlUoO |n
jincki't oi BZIopnlni li��. , wiltm nl
any ���n��le ot llrst touch. _*Iilf*
nurn t up rl n . ) faad, IHdlam
point, poflihad vulcHtii/od rnbhw
rr,*.*, teira rotta fioiah. Itelnll
evorywhero f��;r |5.W�� kw-nl*
vtnttU-A Wrllfl for Uftllli VrMt
now " lest you furBct."    Addrtii
[^Laughlin Mfg. Co.*
Majestic Bldg..
Dolrolt U.in*
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 his subjects
throughout the Empire and
whoso sterling qualities
have been so recognized by
all tho 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.
1 thi'efore request all ri;i-
zens to join in tbe public
memorial service in Queen*.
park on Friday, the twentieth day of May, 1910, at
3:30 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.
Indian Head
Suiting 15c yard
We have not advanced our
prices on this popular While
Suiting, and we do not intend
to as long as our present stock
holds out. Same old price us
last your. Get, some now. Per
yard,  15c, 20c, 25c and    30c
30c per yan
New Vestin:
If  you   war,' ���
Bmarl   in  a  Wl    ��� Waist!*!
aped these dali Strlpei
lngs���so rich In i I
the laundering ��� [
are unsurpassed Pet 1****
30c  and   	
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Two Lots and a House)
Size (10x132 facing on Sixth and  Fifth   street   near   Fou
Price $5000
Terms 1-3 cash, balanci' 0 and 12.
THROUGH   WITH
Celebrate
Royal Cafe.
"Comet"
Chicago,   May   18.���With   a  parting
defence of his stand and a declaration
that   he   would   "die  rather   than   be
narrow,   bigoted   and   unprogresslve,"
j the Rev. Donald D. McLaurin gave his
| church Sunday.    Ile said later he was
! through with the ministry and would
tenter business.
I "A clergyman of today," he snld,
("should not be held responsible for
I the theology of the sixteenth een-
1 tiny. We were bidden lo grow in
! grace nnd in knowledge and I do not
I believe that anoyne has yet oxhausl-
liave a new vision, or he may have
' only an old one from a new nngle.
, "I always shall be a Baptist, but I
[shal] be a  progressiva one. I  would
night,   at   the
**   rather die than become anything else
P.
Phone  307.
620 Columbia    St.
New West-
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We carry in stock an assortment of BLUE WHITE WE!'
Prices  in  Rings $10  lo  $400.
These  goods are  the  BEST procurable in Canada, t
ure to show same.
HOWARD  AND LONGINE   WATCHES.
Chamberlin's
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PAGE F1VK.
SPORTING NEWS
Jon HIVALS WILL CLASH     | LACK OF HORSES IS
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628 and 746 Columbia Street.
Phone  85.
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HEROISM  OF  DOCTOR.
To   Reach   Patient,   Physician   Climbs
Dangerous Mountains.
Glasgow,    Maj    18.���.The    *-'������������'
i.j. . [and   an   i a   i    "���":   the story
,:,,   ,, of the "< '    :i  doqtor'i       i   ' in.    Dr,    G
season    Contractors will no   be  rnr-<li<-:t:  offlcei   ai   Lochhroom, In
a   wlnnlni   Btreal    fo    and ,���,   .,     ;   u]   ,    ,,.   w���rk w1 ;
1     :',,   '���'''���   ;'''  ]      ��� ������ ������..   ...  demand    then
"    '    w"'  "l!r   yf>ar "ve     Several westerner     I
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BASEBALL
Wednesday    Mnv   18
enl   Beats   Middlesex
May    18    Ken     defeatei
���"   inntni  am   '"���  run            .     ,:                        ;,  earlj morning received an urgenl
' "'   -'""'   ������������'���^���y''   ,   rapid]   a           ... .,    ; ae to a keeper's house twenty-fltp miles
                   Infltances worl   <   I       wa    I     ���     ��� distanL arid although he left ^
������������������������ been  completed  this  season  wlll   ��� pattern  who must be "sited   tn
nocessl      haw   t>    '���    I rer till night at all hazards, he toade"W
next yeai     Bo, too, with the farmers parture on his cycle
have figured on breaking s con- The tiny proved a mo., tetopesjuou
     ..    sod,  bui   beini one, and  when  the timp atr��;i
,,���;.i.i,   ,,    .,.   ,i���   , . .   .���      .       B>-returning, cycling waa but of the i
must reduce thHi aensftfee  Many ,ion-                     ,                  ,       . ,,
th.  settle'n  arriving this yeai frorn 'r" valk bnr'\ b,y th,. roaI  ^%
...   United ��tatet   aril   Gre'a    Britaii becausi   q   thi   delay, importi the li.-
.   bKoughl   mone    WHI   tl  of the patient at home.  The pn.ry Way
K   ne,,im   to bu.   hora��  cm  thl,   side w�� to take a short cut o.^r the   M
;  Tho^   an   Uhtebl i   ��  Thai   entaUed climbing the dreaded
hfoi   thei    ��� ei   tha CdUack rock, a spbr of t^e Bajmoie
''   the;   i bl.   to get as many tfeams Colgack.    Bj   day  it is calculated to
1   ai  ihej  anticipate,   s.    '������    ���  are try  the nerve ol  .-ven the   partes!
cutting down on the work,   The Im- mou��taI��^ ,,y ^'^   ltA_     S,    '������
.....   ���,���    too    ar tins
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outfits  cannoi   b.    moi   h   i om.   . ;
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terrible struggle arrived ni his destination in a verj  exhausted condition.
but  in (ime ro render his patient the
��� ���     ded aid,
Tl ���   Norti ��� rn  CroWn Bank 1
annoiinde thai they Will be open ��n
BatnWlaj    ������' 8   from    t   '"l   ?
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etroit at BosCbhj ho same; rain.
MRS.
MUTTON   SCORES a
NEW   ENGLAND  WOMEN
ram leave Weetmlnstei Por Vaneotucv at   B:60,  6:20, 6:f
s 00 and evnprj  half lioul thirenftei* until 11 p. m.
i"ai= leave Vancouver tor VViBBtthltister  at  6:50
ami <'\,*\\ half hour thereaftpt  until 11:30 p. in.
ftfetufn   Kate     \dttl"5.  60c;   ehlhlren   iind-)   1:'.  35c,
Bundaj Schedule fcws leave Westminster Tor Vancouver at ?
a   in   anl every half limit' thereafter until  11 p. m.
CM*, leave Vancouver for WeStttUhBttr nl S a. m., 9 a. m. and
everj  hall hduf (hereafter until .1:80  p.  m.
Hunday   BJiourltoti  Ha'es'   ltettirn  fare, BOb;  chtldten, 2B6.
freight Bchedula���i$eight caffl leave Westminster for Vancouver
at 7���t'O h ni . It 20 a m nnd 8:fe0 p. m. Freight cats leav,^ Van-
COUVel   tOl   Weslniinster  at   9:80, lifeO and H:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City Limits Llner-40 minute service from B:1B a  m. to I! p. m.
Blindaj   Service- hall   hourly hetween �� a   m. and 11 p. m.
Sapperton   Line    10 minute service, from fi:25 n. rn. to 11: Hi p.m.
Bundai   Bervlce   Half  hoorly between 8:80 a. m. and 11 p. m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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If You
Don't do Your Shopping
With US Today, WE
BOTH  LOSE MONEY
Spokane,  May  18.���RMO&tlng    tbo
ol   Margaret    P.  <i   Whitney
|l|"i the MaMachusetts utoctatlon op-
to the further extension of the
ise io women lo circulating lei
'������        this state, Mrs, May Arkwrlght
! presldenl of the Washington
1        al Equality league, who has pis
!'   . aed to Spokane from  Lj nn and
i Itles  in   Ma���� i' h . eSttci
A Full Line of Fresh
VEGETABLES
and FRUITS
Lettuce
5c per head
Strawberries
2 for 35c
Cabbage
5c  per  lb.
Apples
4 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
Contractors and
House Builders
We nave a tuTI   line   of   tne   Best
Builders  Hardware m the City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   of   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
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One   Night
May 24th
HARRY  TIDY,   M.iringer.
I   'im   not.  surprised   that     women
do not, want the ballot.   The ma
ot   them   t   mer   do   not   fcn ��� <
��� is any other pte. e on    <
Boston."
i  '. the  Un. .irhusotts associa.-
tried the same tactics with panv
' ;  a y.ar  a.o,    when     the    BUf-
ts were mukin.   _ eanmpetKi   ',f
: la   for   an   ftAi����(tm��nt   to   the
Mra   iitiiion'^ aittaeK on
��� "ivir-n of Maesachaifietta, eharf(irt��|!#
��� ''I'm   being nnnwv tiiindod,   h.fl   'P
��� a sharp criitfeiem. rrom memheva ',<���
of  the   \rtw   i��:n:..i.,ind   mlony  in  Spo-   .[
and n en-mpRlgn  its is��d��* way J|
��� er st former residents of Now ,, . , . ,      ,. .1      ��
md in other ..nt. of Waahttgton J  With Babe Mason and 20 other girl artists, in   the  ��
��� "N   a   Bdlld   from   rutninwt     t\\ai  X ...
for women organization.
Pales for Bod i.onnir.. . anar-
���' -'..min ,u prlooti ohonpor than
"���������:< iiom. **
���'in a hoimo for SM'ol    T htiv^
l   ft      9     H'ador.      Phono   712.
'������-  Blbl?lt,  opiHv.i.o  BMffi  W   KWn��
Tuesday, May 24 th
Under Auspices of
"The Native Sons"
Return of the Famous
Juvenile Bostonians
Musical Comedy Success
"BERTA'S BILLION"
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Every Girl an Artist        - Every Artist a Girl
Prices 25e to $1.00
Sgalfc on Sale at Tidy's Florist Store.   .
���*������
ever Smt.i r-,, Toronto, will *ttrt >*ou
'   akt   dl   ilwii   latttotm  IMantol
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
PHONE   191  ,-i'tJ 443
Sapperton Phone 373
"GET  TH'E   HABIT"
SPECIAL
Ink, 2 Bottles for 5c
Mucilage, 5c Per Bottle
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
Wo buy for cash and sea for the same.
L
Model Bakery
H. C. Mark & Sons
Cor. Fourth Ave. and Second St.
Our haUory staff conslfta of
our export, Fred J. Mark, assiisi-
ed by Peter Miller, of Glasgow,
who Is an oxport from good old
Scotland.    Phone 435.
The Timberland Lumber Company,   Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Fir, Cedar and Spruce Lumber,Rough. Dressed and Kiln Dried, Dimension Timber and Shingles, Cedar Poles and Piling in any quantity.
Ask Us for Prices
Office,  Room  8, Thompson Blk.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director
New   Westminster,   B.   C
P. O. Box 953
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P.  M. daily except. Saturday,  and
on Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at  B.  C.  E. n. ticket office and on board steamer.   Electric cars leave Steveston every hour  (on the half-hour)  for Vancou-
See the  Famous  Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc.
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons,   .1.
INSURANCE
FIRE--ACCIDENT--LIFE
Employer's  Liability,   Marine, Automobile
Live Stock
PUT that POLICY on TODAY
TOMORROW may be TOO LATE
1 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 ho glad lo give you information and
particulars. '
ALFRED   W.   McLEODI
Ph��ne 62.    "The Insurance Man"j.|;gS7 Columbia |
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,   MAY
Tenders addressed to the under-
sigr.' I i ��� Ottawa In sealed earn I ��� I
and marked on the envelopes "Tender
��� . ,:..  :    -   :. foi Un Quarantine
Service " wlll i e n celved up t i the
1st June foi the construction of a
gasoline ��� h for the Quarantine
t ice at Pi Im e Rup< rt, Bi Itish Co
i e  following  leading di-
tni n , ms, viz: ���
Length over all   ���'������> f' et
Beai       treme   11 feet
Depth amidships, moulded, 5 feet.
to  be  dellven d at   VI doria, In    the
i'. i   lni <��� o- ,: :-.���.,. Columbl i.
,-���; ���   [fli atl ii     ol   this   launch   may
be procured   uj on  i ppli i tion   I
i ��� .    tmen ire, Ottawa, i
t o the Sui -
i Head, British Colu
to the 16th M
The conl a'ion
<,! engine, the i Ly of the 1
un nt   no ���-���  al   '��� i toi la, B.l'.
Each  tei I
bj   an  ac '  -   ���        i to ti <
j,,    i enl  ol  the w hole amoi at ol
tendi I     chi |ue will be fori Iti I
li i! e Ind!    lu    or compan       ndlngl
di    lni    to i ntei Into a conl i act wil b
i    . ��� ���     or fall    I i  - i
tl        im i
The  i ii pai i mi nt doi     not 1     I il
Belf to i -   - | lowest
der.
Ne'\ ipapi ' ;��� ;   ���      .   ���
ment rltj   from the De-
i    ��� mi nl v. Ill no   b   paid,
A. I.. JARVIS,
.'..  i itanl  I lepu ���  Minister, ��� n I
��  creta  > ol  Agi Iculture
Otta�� a,   May  '.',,   1910.
wa r cR notice;
Nol Ice Is hi i:-'-.' p. m ii that an app
'ati-ai wlll be ia-i'i.; under Part V. of
the "Water Act, ly'H," to obtain a license in the South Westminster Division of New Westminster District,
(a) The name, address and occupation of the applicant: J, E. Murphy,
occupation, dairying and farming.
ib) The name of the lake, stream
or source (lf unnamed, the description Isi: Spring on Lol 11, Block 2,
Subdivision of  Lot 30.
ie) Tbe point of diversion: At the
Filling.
(di The quantity of water appliei
for (in cubic feet per second): One-
eighth   cubic  foot.
(e) The character of the proposed
works: Tank at spring, pipe from
tank   to  dwellings.
tg) Tbe purposes for which tbe
water is to be used: Dwellings,
dairying arid stock.
(k) This notice wns posted on the
30th day of April, 1910, and application will be made to the commissioner
on the 31sl day of May, 1910.
ll) Give tbe names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or lleens-1
ees who or Whose lands are likely
to be affected by the proposed works,
either above or below ihe outlet:
None. J, K. MURPHY.
Now Westminster.
COMMAND 10 BE
BIG FACTOR IN FUTURE
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lots 29 and 30,
,.: . Square, Map
minster City.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certify , ite of Title Number L726 P, Issui d
  in the name of Aulay Morrison, has
bei a tiled In this office,
iiava�� Jor fS'iVrim   "Roll      Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
Alexanaei uianam m.n it t|r explration ���,- one month trom
the date ol the flrsl publication here-
of, In a dally newspaper published In
tbe City of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said Certificate, un
less in the meantime valid objection
be made to me In 'Miring.
C.  S.   KEITH,
District Reglstrai   il Titles.
Lan !   Ri glstry Office, Ni w  Westmln-
i ter, B.C., May G, 1910.
Bloc
165.
;  K, St. An
New  West
Declares Aviation Superior
to Sea Supremacy.
JOARD   OF
minster Hoard of T
board   room.  City   h,
Third  Thursday    0(
quarterly    meeting    ,,."" , In��i% I
Thursday of Pebrua        ���        S
NovemDer, at _��� om     A"S'J��
a�� toi.
ach
>��i>
power  is
The  nn-
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street
SEATTLE
HATES :
Room  $1   p-;r  day  up.
Room  and  toard  $2.50  per day up.
Room   with   bath  $2.50 per  day   up.
Room with bath ani board $4 per day
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
wa'er. steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boat*
The Daily News will be Kept on file
ln our reading room.
<-A RT.WOM   CJI.TICRT    Mp~
"  ..     IV���"Al!
I perloi   ' '   wer
t gains i ibe air wlll
ir, Alexan-
of the
nd  on  of greatest
i   ���
power is :'    ' 'lanI
Gn tt     Britain,"     I       coi tinued.
ie '/���' P-
ided with i sploslves, -
: ush  hovi ring  over  London.
No  gm -  i  '���' '���   ""��� '
nd tl
be power!
ng that can flghl aii
y i
ntali pn
I
���  -
Silently at Work.
: atti      '  fact l  think
than I        o   'l   al
nows.    I   bi lleve   tl ������   Br U
as a vi i> < fflclent dlriglbli
nd ������ ���   young offlcei
ble  Btudi ms  of  aviation,    The
h  naval authorities  bave  n   i
��� ��� tised much their plans, and pro-
5   thi y   are   far   bettei   < [uippei
: rial warfare than the world al
la aware."
: nlng to the poa ilbilitles of the
ai    plane and  heavier  than  air  ma-
S,  Dr.  Bell  said,  "Tin se smaller
vessels  which  have  ro travel  al    a
rate of speed to maintain afloat
be   used  chiefly  at   present  for
scouting,  but    I    believe    they  could
n adily   be   used   for   dropping   hand
.. ides on ships or fortifications.
An Acquired  Art.
"It wouid be difficult to aim accurately a' first, but so is tiring big grins.
"    nd lt   is  probable  that  a  man   like
. bam could acquire    the    an    of
I; ing a few pounds of death-dealing powder on the required spot with
.. little practice."
Mr.  Bell said that  It looked as  If
aada would be of material help to
the Empire In rhe sphere of aviation.
"F. W. Baldwin and Douglas McCur-
dy.  the two young    Canadians, have
been  accomplishing  some    wonderful
...--  with    their    aerodome, wllich
I  consider  superior  to  the aeroplane
In a number of ways."
'The Canadian government has just
purchased one of these machines, and
.CANADIAN PACifIC
RAILWAY CO.
and
meetings on thG i
February.     New   ���
proposed and . p ,.
ly or    quarterly
Stuart-Wade, seen ���
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRI
kind of job prli
leaf ledgers;  Cowte
Phone   55,    P, n.
Dally   News   Block
bursa,
ra
may
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PIANO  TUN
PIANOS AND ORGANS       v���,
repaired by your loc
Martin,  Mm .   I
PI one I.
VICTORIA   DAY.
i [rs; i :
Till;.   ���
FARE     AN
ROUND
i    ON)
TRIP.
T 2)   to 24,  In
clusive.   Go id to n i to Maj    6
ED, QOULET,
c. B. FOSTER, v enl C.P.R,
Assistant Gen. Pass. Agent.
RE8TAUR/   .
KENNY'S  KES'J 11
'i li kets,  Zl ttea
i       lag. All white i
tai labor emploj   i
night     Oppi
���
MW.UI/iN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings ^
PROFESSION
WHITESIDE &  EDMi
t. rs     ami     BOlll I to I
Ti . |  Dl ick,  Ci I imbl
Westminster,    w. .1
I,. Edmonds.
Princess Charlotte leaves Vancouver at 10 a. m. daily excepl Wednesday for Victoria,
Princess Royal daily al   1 :30 p. Dl.
Princess Victoria, 10 p. m, daily,
except Mon lay. direct for Be ittle.
SS. Joan leaves Vancouver al 2
p. in. daily except Sunday for Nanaimo!
SS. Queen City leaves Vancouvei
Mondays at 0 p .m. toi Union and
Comox.
SS. Princess May leaves Vancouver
at n p. m. May i. ii and 24, and everj
ten days thereafter.
ss. Beaver haves New Westminster
at 8 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays for Chilliwack; returning
leaves Chilliwack at 7 a. m. Tuei ���'��� . B
Thursdays  and   Saturdays.
ADE, WHEALLER, '
MARTIN ���Hai i,.i,
Wei tminster offii i
Gulchon block   coi ner i
McKenzie   streets:    v
flees,   Williams  bu
ville  street.    F. c.
A. Whealler, W. (i. Mi j
Mai tin,
AUDITOR  AND  ACCOUNTANT,
-*-       -'     ~--^w.vvw|
II. .1. A.  BURNETT, A
Accountant,   Tel. R I       r      \
Westminster Trui i   1
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The   New  Stern whee'er-
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a
Le ives Gbiuiwack  Wedm a lay
day and  Sunday at 7 a. in.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO.
New   Westminster.
Frl
Ltd.
pecm
earance
OF
luster
Suits
>rown
and Sailor Blouses
Having purchased for cash 50 of these suits
at half regular values (these are all new
spring patterns and designs) we will clear
the entire line while this special sale lasts
for $4.50
Now, we had some of these patterns this
spring and sold quite a few of them. If
your friends have bought one at old price
come and secure one for $4.50
Remember, this sale only lasts for 10 days.
Old price up to $9.00; now $4.50. Sizes 3
to 8 years.
S.  S.  PAYSTREAK
I am sure it will prove useful,   it is
formed of two surfaces made of bai-     Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Com-
loon-silk, stretched    upon    a    frame pain's wharf. New Westminster, wltb
work. Tbe upper surface curves down- passengers ami freight as follow
wards. _Leaves New Westminster Tuesdaj
"This is a very Important feature,
and lends great strength,
"I believe the machine is superior
to the Wright aeroplane, in fact to
anything in the world. Douglas Mc-
Curdy has accomplished some long
flights, including one of thirty-live
miles last winter over the ice. The
temperature was very low and travelling at forty miles an hour was more
than a human being could bear for
long. The flying ground at Haddock,
N.S., is at present under,-water, but
when it Is dry, Mr. McCurdy will con- [
tinue his experiments.
Dr. Dell is going to visit Australia,
and Tasmania, where he Bays most, of j
his relations are now living. Some
years ago. he went back to Edinburgh,
where he was horn, but i( was like a
city of the dead to him, all his friends
having gone. Mr. Baldwin, Casey
Baldwin, can play football, as Toronto university knows, and he can fly,
but he won't be Interviewed.
British  Empire  and  Sky.
He thought the Hritish Empire had
been slow In the sky at first, but he
thought she would as usual catch up.
The two young Canadians have al
ready   had   one   of   their     machines
bought  by the Dominion government    ^^	
and intend to show one to the Hritish I ���
admiralty. |    stlmates Given.
i
'i. t. prince,   Arm n    andaSI
countant.     Audits mi        -    :i\
organized.   Agenl foi ��� ������ ::..;
Co.    Room  9,  Wi Bt 11
block.      P. O.  Box  78
STENOGRAPHY    &     T YPP WR!TI!_, |
FREEMAN     BUNTING
Curtis Hlock.   P. O, I
CUSTOM       STENOOR/ i     KM
Typew rting;   copy     * i
letter.*,   etc.     Pro* l .,
lumbia street.      Pbom - i
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
LAURENTIC���
Triple   screw,   14,900   tons.
MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,    14,900    tons,
largest   and    most    modern,
commodation  equal  to any
ing the  Atlantic.
S.S
S.S
The
Ac
cross
I
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
ISm WESTMINSTER
Phoi
ie obi.
TO TEACH   HYGIENE.
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
Columbia Street
Association of Dcntis'G to    Tejch tho
Care of the Teeth.
Baltimore,   May  IS.���As   part   of   a
nation-wide  move  to arouse Interest
in hygiene and the care of the teeth,
an organization comprising three leading  dental   associations  of  the state
' has been formed In this city,    lt Is
I proposed to Immediately begin an ao
| tive campaign In Maryland to dissem
llnate  Information  on   the  Bubjecl   ol
oral   hygiene  In   places   where  it   will
do most good.   The new organization,
I which   ahead,    numbers    among     iis
! members nearly all  the eminent dentists In the stale,  will  be known as
the  Oral    Hygiene  Council  of  Mary-
j land.
,    Although efforts were made to better conditions among  all  classes of
people,   special   attention   Is     to     be
I given to the scliool children and if ls
'hoped that one tangible result of the
! starting of such a crusade here will
i be  the  teaching of the  school    children   the  necessity  of  keeping  their
I teeth In better condition.
I    The beginning of the campaign will
be made at a public  meeting at Mc-
[Coy Hall on June 10.   This gathering
Is expected to be tin; largest and most
Important  of its  kind  ever held    In
Baltimore.    Prominent, speakers from
New York, Boston, Cleveland, Philadelphia and oilier cities wlll give addresses and about two hundred of the
local and state churl table Institutions
wlll   send   representatives.    The    occasion of the meeting Is the fifteenth
union   of   the   Washington City    and
Maryland      State    Dental    Societies,
and the members of the   Association
of  Dental   Surgeons,    the    Hallimore
Dental Club and nearly all of the uplift organizations will participate.
J. KEWSBME & SONS
PAINTERS,  PAPER HANGERS  AND
DECORATORS.
Ml Sixth avenue, between Second ��v
enue and Thhi streets.
MEW  WESTMINSTER       - II. ('
REAL   ESTATt
\S llll K.   S111LKS  .'
���leal  Estate und  In sun
i   ��� ������-.  farm  ami  Bupm
I   - and 7 lfi Columbl i Si
TAILORS.
CALVIN. LADIES' AND
lorlng. A new line o
iii-- Just in.    Button m ;  ::'
ing and repairing.    U S   -
block.    Entrances 625 I 11
and 626 Clarkson St.    Phei
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITV   CHEMICAL,   i'U.aN-
ers and dyers, 346 Coin:
phone  R278.   The  plai,
dirt and dust Is removed ire::- tM
fibre���not  pressed In.    ii  ��� -'
for  and  delivered.
-IVERY   STABLE.
vi.\i,   l 1'     2.,i)    KOK
smart   turnout-    Th��
ble*.
HAC :S AN"
Pa.-n �� s'-1'
FI��SM ANO GAME
HJfiNSUA * AYui.NU. USH. KKUlTi
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean b'lick-
next to Hank of  Montreal.
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Wa
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Vm
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FURNITURE
...    i-AiiHB,   nn-;   n km'H h��
Dealer. I'pholat. rer ami Und I '
oomer A_����s ana McKenzie " ;-
Phone 178. nl��ht rail 81.
NOTICE!
Until further notice this
bank will be open
SATURDAY EVENINGS
from seven to nine o'clock.
Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminster.
F. Shute, Mgr.
CABINET   MAKING
i,     V.    LfclWTHWAITE,     I
maker unit  upholsterer, ���'
son    Ktreet     (behlnl    Bun
furniture made and rftpali
sion  furniture In  fir anil 0 I
_  j*r-SS
\U IN'ET-
, Clark-
ock).
bl
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOOUWOe
Co., bank, oOc�� aud store |1('
cabinet, stair, showcases, >! :l
and detail work. Designs and
males furnUStd. J. Brooke
prletor. Works: Corner l'-l '
and car line. P. O. box 251, '
473.
.Mis-
. i>u
ngs;
niei<
,-,tl-
pro-
enth
BOBS
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
A payment, of J2.r) procures a lot In
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
&. Kennedy. Ltd. These lots arn ln
great demand. ���*
Re Lots number 14 and 15, Hlock
I, New Westminster suburbs.
Whereas proof of tho loss of certificate of Title Number filill^A, i.Hued
In the name of Eustace Alvauley Jenns
lias  been  filed  In  this odlco.
Notice is hereby Riven that I shall,
;it tho expiration of ono month from
the date of tho llrst publication hereof,
In a dally newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, Issue a duplicate of the snld certificate, unless in
the ineuntinie valid objection be made,
to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Ofiice, New Westminster, B.C., May 12, 1910.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE W
Limited.  Front etrsst.    New
minster.     Manufacturers of >'
saw and    shlngls    mill  mm
Mill   plant,   aad  specifications
pared.
niiaT.,
pro
PAPER   HANGING  A  DECORA I 1
HUDSON.
Mouldings,
WALL
Burlap
PAPER.  '"
..    and  Sanlta
i.U
house  painting,  kalsomlnln. .
hanging    and    dtgpratlng.
street,  New Westminster.
s :xtn
MONUMENTAL WORKS.    ^
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. J A
McKay, manufacturer and imp
of mounmental tombutones, lni
stone, etc.    Satisfaction S"'"'1 ''
Columbia street, New WcstnH''- .        (,.DAY,   MAY   19,   1910.
1
THE DAILY  NEWS.
PACE SEVEN.
I
.1
I
lni
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
I ,  thai ������'��������� application hai
.,   ,,...,;!.,   nun.-an Bell
, owner In fee Bimpli   undei
,., ,i trom E. a. Wllmol
,.    (!  it, s,  to   H'liicaii   Btell
date  tbe   18th  da:   ol
of  all   and  singula
parcel  oi   trool   dl   laud
.itnaii, lying and being
,.     -,-\    Westminster,
.   ,   oi  British Columbl i
���    known and describ-
Ui   ���,   e   o   thi Boutbeas
���      i,,i    L8   Townslil]     I
o   o i    derldlan,
;   outlining through or
und  uli  persons  claiming
,i    n    \iiid Inn'i! I>3  virtue
���I, -ed  Ins rumeul,  and
, ��� in;   hi.'   Interest   In
i    df.   eflt, Whose title
,.,   '., .,,,, iin  provisloni
,  ,.i. tri  Aci " are requlr-
  .,  ��� ol th< tax pur-
,,   ��� ! ��� e ih, 'i  . -.ni  the
I       pun! oal lon  ol  this
. H    ; nd ii   ne. ji ui;  m a
i  ���  .   ol   iis   pendent
:   huc .  i oriofl, i,    .i
.:.,,.,i   nrfoi     'i la   i
i,i yon v.   ; Im   toi
ul from a*
I,, (,   i.i i' spool of
ml   I   . i:a .    rei Istei
v nei   l heron)
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.-.man; ii. W. I
WATER NOTICE.
Si ��� H 01
Notici   i    . ei��� :>    ,; ��� i   th
plication will be made undei   Pari  v.
of the "Watei  t*< t, 1901 ," to o
lieenai  In thi  Westmln sti    I il I
New  Wi Btmln ,(>   Distrlcl
(a) 'The name, add'��� ��� ���   am   o
tion ol  i be applicanl:    Predi
Smith, residing al South W<   I
p, 0. address, New Westmln ter, 1   i
dairyman.
ihi  The nnnic of thi   laki      tl    I
Bource  ' i:  unuann d   thi    ���������
le     mi  unnumei
Subdl i lioi   ���    o   Blocl
Blocl    ���    ' irtl   Rung.    .
Westminsti    Dist.i I
(c) 'I'Ik   poin   o   d       lon
tin    centre   ol   said   Suddivision   l:
[owned bj J. 1    ilurphy)
nl) The tiuantil    ol   i ati     applied
tor  fli, culili   fee   pi      <   ond i    Om
Bl       letl       '   :   '''I"
Thi cha octe o thi proposed
workB: A pri >ut< waio o ki a ten
tbrougl ; In il pipi ca lei tn Bali
Subd   i ilni       i . un  ���   prope .
\ li i ol  adjoin
Tl    prei ni  which thi  \ al
<���    I    ti   bi   u tlesc Ibi   same):
SubdlviBiom   I  und i   ol  Blocl    .. Sec
lon 3i     I]   il n   i   liangi  '.  wea
mine e   Dla 'id
I    The   purpo i i    fo    v 'hiol     tlie
-������       1     o he usei      Por ai 'loul u ���������
fli      ;     and 6 ������������
i    This   im: lei   i ��� i   posted on the
���   ���   and    pi
be Hindi  ti   thi  i lon tnii il me   oi
Bth di urn     D10, at I   3	
i    ''i   ni '"'-* and add e
if an ��������� i pi iprl 'to ��� oi licensee)
,-   v hoiie lani'ii  an   likel; to he
tiffeete 'oposed worl a either
above oi bi ������ ������ thi oul lei    ' on<
r TH,
B .��� :.:���-   -���!-.��� .... B C
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Notice  to Contractors,
ra are required the  lay-
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TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block        P. O. Bov 644
Westminster
transfer Co.
Hi -   Phone lib.      Barn 'Plione 137
Columbia  6treet
B't.^age   delivered    promptly    to
any part ot tha city.
jght and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
COAL
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80th day of April,
lion Will bi  mad :oi m 3Bion6r
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of any rlparlati pr i o   licena
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J, E. MURPHY,
Xew Westmii
April   SO,  ir'iy
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 10r.      P. O. Box 34*.
Office, Front  St., Foot of Sixth.
'YOU  NEEDN'T
COME  AROUND"
to our 0 J floe every tittle JT0U
need a ton of coul���nny of oUf
drivers will \��* glad i" take
vour order. Then, loo, �� i",s'
tal will bring about the same
result���good coal in your cellar ni. ihorl notice,    Aise, our
phone Is 111 good "tder. nnd
Cielr numberi ar<' ir, nnd 19.
Coal procured here is crack fr
jack coal, however serured.
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ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI Z
MATES   SUPPLIED ^
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Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE
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Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
. Burns & Co.
��. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 615  COLUMBIA  STREET.
1 AND REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE NOTICE thai an application
has been made to registei the Corporation ol the Township ot District of
bv.iie) aa |l,c> owner in fee simple, un-
d-. a  i:\ Bale Deed f"'1" the lteeve
and i'.'-iU o! the Corj ,'"' o! Hie
11'\\ l.' i Ip oi Dlsti id ol u,i' i ej to the
Coi i' il ,<> i '   ol the 'I �������� bBhip or Dlsti lei of Burn j   beai Ing dates ol th
.1st  day  of October,   \ D .  190B -,""[
31bI day of Dei ember, A lv. 1901, ol
all  and  elngulai   thai   certain  parcel
oi tracl of lahd and premises situate
lying and being In tbe Districi oi New
Westminster, In the Province of Dilt-
lsci Columbia, mme particularly kho  n
and described as     I bl  1 in subdivision 24 of block l of Bectloh 90, bloi'
5 north, range 2 west;  lets 8 to 11
inclusive, of subdivision 29 ol sectl n
i1',. block 5, north range 2 west; lots
r, to i'l. Inclusive, hlock it oi s h
ea=t Quarter Bectlon l, township 9;
lots 6(6, and 7. in subdiviSiOt ' j
BOCtion 16, block 6, north ranee 2,
west; lots 22 and 23, in subdlvisi ������
2?, of Section 16, hlock 5, north range
2. West; lots 1, 2. 3. 4, fi, fi, 7. 8, 11,
12. block 4 of lot &87A, group 2; lots
2 to fi .inclusive, block It of southeast (JaarteT section 4, township 9;
lot 6, Mock 9 of lot S87A, .croup 2;
lot SS. Mock 2 of lot 3S7A. group 2;
lots 21. 22. hlock 3 of southeast ntwt-
er section 4, township 9; lots IS. l!\
block 2 of southeast quarter section
4, township 9; lot 22, hock 16 ���?
southeast quarter section 4. township
*>. map fli3; lot 23, block Hi of southeast quarter section 4 township 9.
You and thos* claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land hy rir-
tne of any nnregisiered instrument,
��� nd all persons claiming any interest
in the said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of the "L,nnd Registry ������-' '
are required Co contest the claim of
ihe ta* purchasei' WWhlti forty-flvjs
days from the day or the llrst pnb-
llcatlon of this notice upon yon. and
In default of b oaveai or eefttfieaW
of lis pendens being filed within such
period, or in default or redemption
hd'ore registration yen ami each M
you will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to
or in  respect   'it'  ihe mild land,  and  1
shall .agister The Corporation of :1'e
.'owiiHhip or niHlriot or Surrey as
owner thereof in fee. And I hereby
oilier thai publication or ihis notice
for thirty days in  a dully newspMuer
published  m  Now vVbst'mihst'er win
lie good and sufficient service thereof.
Hated   at   tlie  Land  Registry OlUce,
Xew Westminster, Province ot British
Columhla, this 2Ptli day of Mairh. A.
IV. 1010.
C. S. KU1TH,
District Ue. Istrar.
To llavid Miller, William A MeCul-
lam. Angus Mclnnes, T. 0. italic. William Davis, Henry Kraser. Heury
Kells. Harold l'onsford, Allen SplOtS;
QfeOrge Stone, Ttohert I.yness, Mar^ar-
i>t Q. Cooper, John Roberts, Richard
Tlosklng, Hugh T. Crossley, John E.
Hunter.
Colonial   Law  Library.
LONDON. May 18���Acting on representations made hy the Canadian
authorities, the British Oovcrnrnent.
has decided to establish in the l'rivy
Council building a general law library
containing records relating to all the
dorainilons in the Empire, India'find
the Crown Colonies.
Counsel engaged In colonial appeals
have frequently comlalned of th lack
of such facilities.
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nlts would be start   i
. ������   ban    eferencei   to the snbji ��� ���
 Tmltted in the
present i
.... j  building tri fli beer
voli tlonlred \.--  the use of a
������I of conjoined concrete and
��� I;  tbe fert'o-con crete pat-
of   Henr.eViki'i",     a     frenchman
\^ ,   possess a large Industry  in  the
��� of  aluminum,  which  Is,
������   ���   till   recently,    controlled    by
��� ������ and American patents (Hetout
and Bradley), We manufacture car-
��� of calcium (acetylene gas) under
a process imported from Cermany.
Our groat ironmasters are engaged in
.,,,-,.. electric steel furnaces un-
French, German and Italian patents (Stassano Heroult, Klellin. eti )
and are ljutting down rolossal German
plants to utlltee Ihelr waste blastfurnace gases. Representative firms
of British engineers nre content to
... as agents for German high-power I
gas engines (Ochelhauser and others). |
What are claimfed to be the most perfectly planned and equipped iron and
steel Wbrks in Great Britain were do-
Blgned and laid down from an American model by American engineers.
A year or two age. when the London, Bllghton and South Coasl rail-
waj desired to electrify a portion of
"heir line, not a single firm of British
ene!" s ebuld be rotidd qualified to
Uhdbrtake the contract, which was
placed in the hands of the Alie-
geirieino Elektricltats Qesellscbaft of
Berlin. This firm also supplied the
whole of the plant for the electrical
operation Of Ihe Rand mines to the
ofdei "I 8 British company. There Is
ho ISngiish authority of standing on
long-distance electrical transmission
and no English firm able to undertake the electrification of the Victoria Falls  in   Rhodesia,  which work
will a'so he und ken by a German
firm of the British South Africa company.
Our chemical Industries are almost
entirely controlled by German patents.
The manufacture of atmospheric nitrogen, a process of enormous importance, and a successful commercial industry is a monopoly of the continent
although we may ultimately have to
rely on this process for the supply
of nitric acid, on which the production of our national explosives depends. These are but a few isolated
Instances of the Inventive progress being made by our neighbors. Many
more, scarcely less important .could
he added, including the new industry
of aviation. What have we ourselves
to set against them. With the ex-
elusion of the steam turbine, nothing.
A glance at our patent records confirms the conclusions formed from a
general survey of our manufacturing
circumstances. Our applications for
patents at the patent office do not
show an upward tendency. They have.
instead, declined. Not merely in qual-1
ity, but in quantity there is retrogres-j
sion. In rhe year 18��8 British patent!
applications had grown to 2'.'.2'.H in
number. In 1908 they had fallen to
19,624. li is true that the annual
returns display I'lnetnations, and that
there is nol shown a regular decline
war bv year, But tbe figures Indicate a general falling off over the
whole period of the past eighteen
years. The mere number of patent
ftfoplicatlonB Is, perhaps, not a matter
or groat importance. A very large
proportion of them is casual and trivial, and does not emerge from the;
provisional stage. A great conlrast
is afforded by the records ot applications for British patents from the
continent, especially' Germany, hi
n,e9C We witness a steady and consistent increase year by year. Applications for British patents from tho continent numbering 2,720 in 1890 have
Icreftaed to 5,808 for the year 1908.
These figures are the more significant
in view of the fact Uiat applications
from abroad for British patents are
generally founded on Inventions of
real value, and are not of the evanescent nature of a large proportion of
our home patent business. The applications from Germany for British
patents numbering 1,330 in 1890, have
attained 3,509 in 1908, r. figure which,
in view of the retrogressive character
of our patent statistics, can only
he regarded as remarkable.
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materials, mixed
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ANDERSON & LUSBY     Agents for X^w Westminster and District.
Burnaby Home Sites
NEW   SUBDIVISIONS.
EDMONDS���C5 lots���each one-fifth of an acre; some quite cleared;
close to Edmonds Station; electric light, telephone, watei- system, good road.    Price   .-150 upwards; one-third cash.
EDMONDS���Desirable   residences; one minutes from station.
No.  1  is on  one-fifth  acre in cultivation;  S rooms.    Bargain, for
$2,206-,
No.  2���5  rooms  on  60  foot     lot;   In   cultivation.     .2,100;   one-
third cnsh in  each case.
CUMBERLAND ROAD���Thirty.six lots; one-fifth of an acre each.
$nno and upwards.    First class soil.
BURR'S  ROAD���Lake  District.  Fifty-four lots;  nearly Quarter ol ah
acre each.    From  ?350  Upwards.   One-third cash.
APPLY FOR   PRINTED SHEET FOR FULL  PARTICULARS.
WALKER BROTHERS
Edmonds Station
Phone 418
Maybe You Have
Noticed
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 Comer on Brunette St.
66ft. Lot with 6 room house (2 yrs. old)
Price is Low, Terms Easy.
aBBHBBHHSHHBS
The Craig Realty Co
Room  8,' Thomson   Block.
New Westmlster, B. C.
Phone  629
PREMIER  OF   ITALY
SPEAKS  ON   DIVORCE
Have that cup of "Tea" at the
"Itoy'al." We are now in our new
place, a nice.'quiet cool place to have
Ice Croain and Take, All our Fresh
Crushed Fruits are in. Step in on
your way down town today. The
Royal Cafe. **
Rome, May IT.���The Premier. Sig-
nor Luzzatti, in the Chamber ot deputies recently made special reference
to the ecclesiastical policy of the government. Thc subject was brought, up
for discussion by several of the deputies who discussed the cabinet's program. The premier said that religious questions must he considered only from the civil point of view.
The problem of divorce was not one
in which the rights of the Church
must be weighed, but must be decided
on the basis of moral, judicial and social reasons in order to firmly establish a system which better insures
the security of the family, which is
the chief object of legislation.
What must be prevented, he continued, was the invasion of the confessional and ecclesiastical spirit in
the field of civil action. "We wish to
defend," he said, "without misunderstanding the sovereignty of the states,
as well as those principles of enlightened democracy which represent faith
in the new kingdom."
A vote of confidence in the Cabinet
was adopted 393 to 17.
VICTORIES OF DIPLOMACY.
English Journalist's Tribute to King
Edward's  Work  for  Peace.
Winnipeg, May 17.���Arthur Spur-
geon, a distinguished English journalist, addressed the Canadian club
yesterday and in eloquent works told
of the influehce in the world and the
empire affairs of Fdward the Peacemaker. The victories of diplomacy,
he said, were greater than those of
conquest.
The following resolution was moved
by Isaac Pitblado, seconded by T. A.
Hunt; "The Canadian club of Winnipeg hereby records its profound regret and deep sorrow ai the death ot
our late sovereign King Edward VII.
His beneflclent rule and great personal Influence did much to knit
more closely together the great dominions beyond the seas comprised
in the British Empire, and won for
him the personal love and loyalty
of his subjects. In addition he showed
such qualities of true kingship and
diplomacy as tended tO' brin_ closer
together In the bonds of friendsb'p
the great nations of the world and
thus justly earned -or himself the
title of 'The Peacemaker.'" ,
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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The Westminster Modern
Business School
A business education should be purchased once; therefore you wan to be
practically instructed in the branches
which are used In every day business
life, and at. a minimum cost. Not only
do our students get the best io be
obtained but also the benefits of our'
efforts  in  securing  positions.
REMEMBER, WE ARE OPEN FOR
DAY SESSIONS THE ENTIRE YEAR.
A. L. BOUCK,
610    Columbia    St.
Principal,
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcies for Ladies from I12./5
op.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
|6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Klgin
Watches;
Watch  repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
Simmers' "Toronto Parks"
Lawn Grass
Seed
is the Best. What
is tjie sense of sowing inferior seed
We protect our customers by destroying all old seed.
Spectacles 50 cents up
The date of the trial of E. M.
Bryant, the colored porter charged
wiili assaulting a C. I'. R. conductor,
was ffxe I yesterday for June in, which
was the earliest dale which Judge
Howay could give the prisoner.
Jessie MacLachIan concert, Opera
bouse, May 26. Box plans opens at
Tidy's Saturday morning! advance
tickets on Thursday, **
The i'i worl li league of QiieSn's
av( uue Mi I liodlst chui ch is hold n j
;��� picnic on May -I to Coquitlam. The
Committee In charge has arranged to
lake lour or live rigs, which will
leave tho church at 8:30 in the morning. Miss Henderson's Sunday school
class wlll take pari in the picnic and
all ibe friends of the league are invited.
Thc firm of P. Burns fi Co. will be
closed   tomorrow  nfternooo   from   '
o'clock noon. **
\v. l-:. Scott, doeuiy minis! f Of I ' i
cull uie for ihe province of British
('(.lumbia. was a visitor in the city
yesterday.
The  Bohemian  Cafe will  in  futiiie,
be  open   all   ni-bt.     Special  arrange-
pients foi- private parties. **
Mrs. Nightingale, of Victoria, and
Miss Stevenson, of Vancouver, were
in the city yesterday as guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stevenson.
Panama hats cleaned, and blocked.
Phone It 27$, Royal City Cleaners and
Dyers. *���
The Hassam Paving company will
work their men ten hours a day until
the work on Columbia street Is completed. This action is in response
to a request by the council that a
double shift of workmen be put on.
For a pleasant cool drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. *
Until further notice the Hank of
Montreal, \rA \\ esl minsii r. will be
open for business Saturday evenings
from T to 9 o'clock. **
For spring plants or cut flowers,
Phone Davles1 Greenhouse. Rl'OS.     **
.lessie  MacLacblan  Concert, Opera
House.  May   26.    Box  plan  opens  at
Tilly's   Saturday   morning;     advance
tickets on  Thursday. **
Have ;i "Comet" supper after the
show   at   tlie   Royal   tonight. **
South     Westminster     property     Is
1  nine ,1   hy   I laie   Hi es.   aii.i   iv Ii.mMv,
I.id.   Call in and stee tbem. and the)
\.U iin before you some good things.
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Tin   Ollvei   T.. i ewi Iter  Agi ncy  at
7415   Columbia   Btreet   is  being    c instantly asked for stenographers.   You'
can learn tbo Oliver at home. Seven-
Fm- Geraniums, Dahlias and all
kinds of Spring Redding Plants pbone
Davis' Greenhouse,  R 208, **
if there are forty people in New
Westminster who want to buy a slimmer camp site they have an exceptional chance this week as While,
shiles & Co. are offering forty choice
lots at White Rock for from $226 to
$350 each, on terms of $100 cash and
Ihe balance in four half-yearly payments. **
teen cents n day pays for R.   See Helton K. Sands and ask him to tell you
all   about  it. **
I'm never settled; move, move,
move, all tbo time. I'm in the baggage and transfer business and move
that you give me some of your business. William Medley, Phone G04,
day;  421, night. *���
Bohemian Cafe
Depot Hotel. ��� Opp. C. P. R. Station.
35c - Merchants' Lunch - 35c
From 11:30 to 2:30
THURSDAY,   MAY   19,   1910.
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND  SUPPLIES.
Tonight there will be a public meet-1 Spring is here���how about those
ing in the city hall to make prelim- plants for the gardfen? Tidy, the
inary arrangements for the holding Of Florist, can suit you to a T in any-
the annual citizen's picnic. thing in tbat line. **
Tbe  Rank    of    Toronto  beg to  nn- ^^
r.ounce that, they will be open for busi-;
ness   on   Saturday   evenings   from   7 j
.mil u o'cij-k *���
You are going to hear Jessie MacLacblan. Secure your seats before
they are all gone. **
Secretary Ryall, of the Xew Westminster Lacrosse club has had large j
posters advertising the gam'- on the I
Twnty-j.'nurth oi May with Vancou-1
v-r printed, hut enn Iind no one to j
post the bills. Last night he was I
searching   the   town   for   a  billposter1.
 1 <'id not seem to be meeting with
suci ess.
Life to  me is just like  a game of
checkers���when  you    move    I   move, i
William   .Medley.    Haggage,    Express |
and   Transferring.     Plione   664,   day; !
4. 1, night. **
Anything in our line 10 to 20 per
cent,   saved  for  you.    Fales.        **
Colonel Ma pp. second In command
if tlie Salvation Army in South Africa,
addresed a large meeting- In the S. A.
I.arrricks here last night. The band of
the Vancouver corps was over and before the entertainment there was a
procession up Columbia street.
The proper place to dino is at the
Bohemian Cafe, Depot Hotel block.
The best of everything. **
SOUP
Spaghetti
Consomme
FISH
Baked   Halibut,   Spanish
SALAD
French  Salad    en   Mayonnaise
ENTREES
Corned Beef and Cabbage
German Pot Roast, Potato Cake
Haricot Lamb with String Beans
ROASTS
Prime Ribs of Beef, au Jus
Leg of Veal, Sage Dressing
Loin  of  Pork,  Apple  Sauce
VEGETABLES
Mashed  and  Steamed  Potatoes
DESSERT
The Roman came in yesterday afternoon with 125,000 pounds of halibut.     She   arrived   about   five   o'clock   AP'jle-   Peach   a,ld   HalHln   Ples
Tea
Orange  Trifle  Pudding
Coffee Mil.
Dinner from 5 to 8
ami will unload this morning.
Cot the habit, smoke "Solo Sped;:
-cigar ., iiarana, filled.
Rod   McKlnnon,  of  the real   estate: 	
firm   of   w.   J.   Kerr,' Ltd.,   who   wast. ,. ...
recently injured in an automobile ac- lfJ y��u. want something dainty and
cedent at Kamloops, .etu.'ned to the I aRpet,z!ng or a!"e ln,a hurr>: ph��ne
city yesterday. Mr. McKInnon is si ill i702 and your ordlr, w"' b* ready "h?"
suffering from tbe effects of the mis- *+�� arrlve at The Bohemian Cafe.
l,ap_ J.   P.   CASH,   Proprietor.
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���I.N���
THE DAILY NEWS
���   "T ��� "*~~"
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
Applications will be received bytbe
undersigned up to 12, noon, on Saturday, May "i. Ri!'. for the poSItlOh
of Auditor fo,- the Municipality 6'
Bui nabv.
C   T.  SAUNDERS,
C; M. C.
Municipal   Ha \.  Edmonds,  B.C.,
May I)   1.10,
ARGAIN
COME AND
SEE US
In Our New Quarters in the
DEANE BLOCK
Four   Doors   East   of   Bank   of
Montreal
We Have Just Received Et Fres'l
Stock of Popbam's Chocolates
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Columbia St.   New Westminster.
10 Acr^s extra good land, 3
acres cleared; seven roomed
house, bath and pantry, hot
and cold water. One mile
from electric tram. Price
$3500. Terms, $500, balance
easy terms.
AfPLY TO
ALL TRIMMED HATS
On The Tafcle
AT REDUCED PRICES
Vll announcemnl  of extreme Importance to women who have nol   yet   purchased tbelr ,
Pifty of aa pretty an.l BtyllSh hats as are to be Been In any mi lin.ry showroom and thfl :
,.,!���,. 0f prices takes place this week. Our millinery is foremostin Bhowlng new Btyles. ifou
among these  50  I        ���     el Ideas and arrangements,having their origin   in   '���"-���'^������>_Li^li
as d ess functions.
"Many   special   styles   suitable tor outing occasions as we
White  and
Colored
Wast Skirts
$1.50   Each.
Women's   white   lire n,   d
ami navy an.l white and  b
, n I   ������- bit      potted  duck   v.
skins.       Made     in     goo I     full
goi ed Btj li s trimme I  �� Ith  Hal
Btrapplng;   a   tew  Btj l< s   m ide
with groups ot pleats; all sizes,
Including special outslzes in the
darker skills.    Regular  valui s,
$1.50   to   $2.25.     Special    this
week,  each    $1-50
Unequaled
Values in White
Shirt Waists
$1.00  Each.
. I o   iea>"!is   foi    the     :   ''.il
, .   .   :. ble In the bn- ��� ol
waists ai   ibis   price,    I n -   Ib
that   -.'.   be ���'���   ri''1' ber   a: i    lasl
m's Btj les reduced in i  i' e
l.    $1.50   and   .1.75   to   $1   0
and the oilier that we ""���''! i
i | ��� claljy tailored waisl of a
quality usually $1.25, We put
both lilies together this week
ar   each,     $1-00
A Timely Offer
mg or oprin;:
Dress FaDru.
00c   per   Yard.
Soino   30   ends   of   Vi
homespuns,     Ran
i ��� i i; es,    i hi cks,    plain
i i ball s, eic, ln llghl
eoloi:,;     11    in   "I    Inch
All   wool   and   popular
lengths    run    from    :,    ���
yards.    These few odd
regular  values  G5c  i"  -
chai.   |ei-   yard       oOc
so
ab
be
pb
New Showing of Lisle Gloves
35c, 50c and 60c per Pair.
A   delayed   shipment   of  spring  .loves   to  band   Sat unlay.    A
shortage of gloves in  om- glove department ot these very |lnes
has caused us no little inconvenience. We are Indeed pleased
to announce Heir arrival. Our customers w i 11 be pleased at the
values. Colors are navy, tail, grey, mode, cream and while ami
black. Sizes ii to 7>_; outsize black 7 io 8ft, Special show-
in.   this week.
Small   Cmldre
A
11 S
prons
25c   Each.
You   will   he   genuini I
prised   ai   the   value  ol
white aprons.    The)  are
of   while   lawn   and   bes
sertlon  around  yoki
trimmings.    Sizes l  to ;
Each
���
THE MERCHANTS BANK
OF CANADA
Head Office: Montreal, Quebec.
Established, 1864
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 :n Canada. Having 145 Branches from Quebec to Victoria aid
most satisfactory arrangement; at ail other points, it has exceptional collecting and exchange facilities.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
We give special attention to Savings Accounts. You may start an account with $1.00, interest allowed at highest bank rate, and added twice a
year without application or presentation of pass book. No delay in withdrawals. Two or more persons may open a joint account, and withdraw it
by individual cheque.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENING, 7 TO 9 O'CLOCK
For the convenience of our customers and to give the working man an
opportunity of depositing his savings, this office will be open for business on
Saturday evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock.
We will be glad to have the public call and inspect our new office.
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd. IE   New Westminster Branch
II. C. Adams, Manager

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