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i.ru>':
White Rock
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
^HITE, SHILES & CO.
Camping
t'WWlTE  ROCK," THE  PLACE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
{EJECTS
TRUSTEES' OFFER
Lol Board Ask for Refer-
Lduni on Tipperary As
h\gh School Site.
Incipient   breach   between   the
council :iml the hoard  of school
s W|    probably be widened bj
Action       the council  last   night
th  a  request  preferred
((,,,,. | i oard.    Secretary Len-
I |y,   wrote   to   th'    coii.i-
0_   account   of   the   evi-
,,1    some   of   the   rale
,'��� : lhe  new   High  BCllOOl
, i ;n y,   to   Insert   on   the
.. in this effect: "Ai ���
of   securing   a   Bite   Im
OOl other than the vine
the cost  of Ibe pi opol     I
��� he neighborhood ol  $20,-
COMMITTEE GIVES THANHS
TO CITIZENS ECU HELPING
W.   C.   T.   U.
Delegates   were   Hospitably   Looked  After   During  Their
Stay in this City  Last Week.
i" '
lit I'" Tl
I
in favi
High ;~
I
to be in
:i-     "l
Mayor   Lee
ivor Li
���
The most successful, instructive nnd
delightful convention ever held h\ the
Provincial Women's Christian Temperance union having come to a close,
""' local billeting committee takes
this opportunity of publicly thanking
;iH those ni. mis win, so kindly openi d
their homes f,,r the entertainment
visiting delegates.
It was
lalily of
Clt>    that
of
Surprised.
((Miii'il
4 of t*'1
���-;������.
������
characterized this as a
communication   to   come
ol nun which ha l forced
in  submit  one  bylaw  in-
making it  Impossible foils   to   Sav   they   were   op-
penditure on the High
il turning down tin- estl-
l' u I.i it-   scliool.     "Ii   is
, .        :   I   think   it   ls   the   idea
[��� -   ���..   of   thi'   council   yet,
I ��� Instead of one Bhould
[ -aid   llis   Worship.   "Tlie
I. ,.��� and always has been
j new  Public, school  should
T .,  proposed $60,000 ex-
Bditure I     ' High school is a mat-
Jl lon.
(���M. own   pinion is that Tipperary
laid be si    iparl for park purposes
1  that   when   the  time
building   of  a   High
V I be placed, nol on the
I .   business Bectlon of
a   place   mole  acces-
\ dential Bectlon.
e   bvlaw   is   defeated
Id be prepared to bud-
nothi       law  to cover the nee-1
i       I Bchool    expenditure.'
I' . 'un  in  the present
y niple    public   school
provided."
Aldermen  Agree.
i much more on the
i ��� d ail the aldermen,
I  the excepl >n of Alderman Smith,
characteristic of the ho pi.
tin Be citizens of the Ro; al
mon billets were volunteered than the convention could
make use of, notwithstanding the fact
over one hundred delegates at-
a number far in advance ol
any  previous similar gathering.
The same commltti e wishes to express its appreciation of the Bplendl i
Bervlces nnd.ued by the hoys who
acted ns pages ami made bo light the
labors of those who had the directing
of the delegates lo their billets from
the t rains and boats.
that
tended
SALMON CANNERY
DESTROYED BY FIRE
BIG CASH DEAL IS
CLOSED BY TELEGRAPH
Wire Completes Transaction
For Property Transfer
For $38,250.
A real estate deal was completed
yesterday through Hah- Bros. & Kennedy, of this city, and Campion &
Pound, of Vancouver, effecting the
sale of fifty-one acres of land in _,ast
Burnaby, hoi ween Burnaby lake and
the North road, the Brunette river
running through the property. Col,
Gascoigne, Ol London. Ktiglali I, was
the purchaser; the consideration was
.750 per acre, the transaction being
all 'ash.
Col, Gascoigne, who has heen buying heavilj in this district, Vancouver
and Edmonton, is now on his way-
back in the old country. He closed
the deal for the above property by
telegraph fiom New  York.
NO HOPE HELD OUT
ON WIRE TROUBLE
RATTLESNAKE   KILLS   COW.
Dominion Government Says
City Must Stand For Conditions it Agreed To.
Damage to Eagle Harbor
Packing Co.'s Plant
Amounts to $50,000.
Vancouver, June 27.���Passengers of
excursion Bteamers and occupants of
pleasure craft cruising In the vicinity
of Poinl Atkinson yesterday afternoon
While    Browsing    Peacefully,    Reptile
Slips  Fangs   Into  "Betty's"  Nose.
Dayton, Wash.. June 27.���Poor
"Betty" Is 'lead. Her end was tragic,
and directly in contrast with her
peaceful existence. "Hetty" was cropping the nutritious herbage from a
woodland pasture three inlies east of
Dayton Friday, when her ruminating
was sudden ly and cruelly stopped by
a  rattlesnake's   bite.
Alter forty-elghl hours of pitable
agony the family pet of the E, S. Ke-
noyer farm succumbed last night, ef-  steination
The power wires over the Fraser
river biidge will remain at the height
they are at present as far as the
Dominion government is concerned.
In a letter received by Mayor Lee
from the assiBta* Deputy minister of
marine and fisheries at Ottawa the
final decision of the government to
tal;. ,110 action in tlie '.natter is recorded.
Tlie letter statis that the B. ('. E. K.
wa 11 anted permission to place tlieir
wins al tlie present height by the
��sonsent of the city. The company had
gone to an expense of about $'411,111111
to erect the towers, and if they were
compelled to take them down now,
thai would he a total loss, as the towers were not designed and not strong
enough to permit building any higher.
Moreover, if the towers were put up
any higher, the safety of the bridge
would he endangered. The B. C. E. R.
had been told that it could erect its
wires at a height of lfiO feet and it
had added five feet to this of its own
ac lord. The letter concluded by stating that vessels of the height of the
Marlechen were unusual and even
when they did come up the river it
was a simple matter to lower their
tops.
The letter was read out in the council last night and caused some con-
Mayor  Lee  said  that  he
WORK TO Bt STARTED ON
NEW HOSPITAL SHORTLY
Part of New Building Expected to Be
Occupied by  Patients by End
of the   Year.
The building committee of the Royal
Columbian hospital spent almost three
hours yesterday in trying to arrange
the final details of the hospital plans.
Even in that time all the necessary
work could not be completed and the
board will have to hold another meeting before the tenders for the construction of the building are called.
Those present yesterday were James
Cunningham, II. T. Kirk, J. J. Johnston, M. Sinclair, J. .1. Jones, \V. II.
Keary, and the architects of the building,  .Messrs.  Birds and Blackmore.
The committee expects to call for
tenders some time next week. Two
weeks' notice will be given; and then
it is expected that the construction
will  start at once.
At least part of the building will
be ready for use this year and if the.
plans of the committee bear fruit, tlie
surgical wings and the kitchen will
be ready for use by the end of December.
READING OE BYLAW
TAKES UP MUCH TIME
Many Chang* '
of Streets ,
Effect On Auj.
1 Governing
v' Go Into
Vl
NEW CABINET IS
FORMED IN PORTUGAL
forts of a veterinarian to save the thought the letter was the last word
cow proving unavailing. "Betty" was on the matter from the Dominion gov-
worth   $75.    When   Mie  deadly  fangs'eminent.
"Does it mean that tbe wires must
remain the way they are even if our
harbor is ruined?" cried Alderman
Bryson. "lf it does it is pretty hard
to hear. The company must have
known  that  its wires over the river
of the reptile penetrated her inoffensive nose "Betty's" head commenced
swelling, so tl t the blood vessels
feeding the brain * illy closed, causing deatl
Rattlesnakes art becoming quite nu-
Don Teixeira de Sousa Forms
Ministry Out of New
Material.
witnessed a huge conflagration   when  merous and bold in the upper Touchet   had to be higher than 160 feet
the entire plant of the Eagle Harbor
Packing company, situated at the entrance of Howe sound, ten miles from
Vancouver, was burned to the ground.
The cause of the tire si ems to be a
mystery, although it is supposed to
have originated In the en gin ��� room,
���and nothing was left but a smouldering ruin, the cannery, storehouse and
whaif being razed to the water's edge.
legion, several having been killed In
the last few days.
Incil   in   making    a   few    remarks
���   n of the school board. L   ""' l__   ls estimated at $60,000 and
rdlne agreed  with his  ls covered by n Preparations
fcrehl] u   that   li'    thought   the |
ich  a  referendum
Consumption Can Be Stamped Out.
London. June 27.���At the opening
of the sanitarium for consumptives,
Dr. William Osier said: "We now have
the   knowledge   of   bow   to   cure   con
Alderman Johnston said that he
thpught the matter had better be left
in the hands of the mayor to ask the
company to raise the wires.
This again roused the ire of Alderman Bryson. "They would laugh in
tlieir sleeves at us," said he. "Something has been misrepresented to the
sumption, and it rests with the public  city and  to the government, and we
is covere I hy Insurance,
were   well  advanced   for
wa_  canning   season,   which
tiding tin    sue. and be moved that
y the school board that
mild    not    sec    lis    Way
granting   the   request,
seconded the motion.
���   larked  that   before the
: )   such sum  as asked  by
i' oard   for   a   High   school,
i> ��� I   lie  some  effort   made to
te pari lhe   expenses   paid   by
ier 1
City  Pays for Country.
' ��� *    providing High school ac-
i tor every country scliool
tbi :." said he, "and 1 think
* city       di  to  be  reimbursed in
wa) ��� M  it.   The provincial gov-
;ht   to   be   asked   to   con-
bute towards the expenses."
Aldennan  Johnston,  Too.
Merman    Johnston    thought    the
yor was nearly correct  ln his re-
rts. lie   thought   a   referendum j
*���*��� be submitted, but not tlie one
�� Khool trustees asked for. He
WflU that the rat. payers ought to
sited whether they favored keep-
I Tlpperary entirely for park pur-
*w or not.
New Site Costa Too Much.
Alderman  Bryson  thought  that  the
Wool tn,- ���  ,.s were showing a great
1,1 hi.: in dealing with tbe affair.
wy had town their tact when they
lW 0l|ni|" I'd the council to submit
"' ''Maw   instead   of   two.     He   said
lle had  been  told  bv   a  trustee
the  Bai mon
opens   next
month
Luckily, tho surrounding timber did
nol catch lire, although 400 cords of
wood weio destroyed as there was a
Btrong breeze blowing,
All   the  machinery   and  gear,  ru
nlng  into  thousands  of dollars,  v..
completely  ruined.
Tlie loss to the company wlll be all
the    greater    as   the   machinery   and
I buildings  cannot   lie  replace 1  in  time
I for the present canning season.
whether it is stamped out. ln three
generations it would he slampel out
unquestionably."
Territorials Coming to Winnipeg.
London. June -7.���A number of Major Broderick's company of the Ter-
��� ials   have   announced   that   they
..-!i to go to V, Innipeg after the manoeuvres, where ihey intend to join
Blmlliar Dominion forces. Major Brod-
erick, who accompanies them, will I'm.I
them employment.
Lisbon, June 27.���Portugal today
has a new cabinet, formed by Don
Antonio Teixeira de Sausa. ex-minister of finance, at the request of King
Manuel. The new cabinet is composed  as  follows:
Premier and Minister of the Interior
���Teiveira de Sousa.
Minister of Justice���Manuel Fratel.
Minister of Finance���Anselmo An-
drede.
Minister
Minister
Azevedo.
Minister
Sousa.
Minister
of War���General Bapost..
of   Foreign   Affairs���Jose
of    Marine���Marunco
of Works���Peireia Santo
de
are going to sit quietly here knowing
tiut. lt was kept from the Pilot board
by the parties interested, who worked
it through last year's council, the way-
other things were worked through,
which the city of New Westminster
will  not  get over for  many years to
come." 	
Mayor Lee did  not  blame anyone.      Buffalo, June 27,���Edward Fraser, a
He thought some one had made a mis- nonunion sailor, was found b'eeding to
NONUNION SAILOR IS
FOUND BLEEDING TO DEATH
Lr 1
IV 1,  .
I
P%(l..o
Ih',a"'
r��"���
N1h.11,
r>"cii too
Prate ih(,
nl(!r iiyii!
'Howet
.ird had Insisted on having
Combined that there was
of t|u. High school bylaw
'iod. They were showing
again when they Intimated j
* sue would cost in the;
'od of $11(1,000, for that was '
high; and they wanted to.
1 apple Into  voting for the
BRIDES WED  DOOMED  MEN.
Husbands Leave New Made Wives to
Face Mexican Firing Squad.
Mexico City. June -7.���Two brides
were made widows iu a few hours
after the wedding ceremonies were
performed In the penitentiary at Valla-
dolld. Chautanta, when their husbands
facod a tiring siniad selected to execute them In accordance with sentences passed upon thorn after their
trial hy the war department for sedition ami murder. The accusation
grew out of the recent uprising ut
Valladolid
immediately after the dentil sentences were pronounced on the two
men charged with murder, they asked
permission to marry before they were
executed.
Their requests were granted and the
young women to whom they were engaged were taken to the prison at
the hour agreed upon and Went
through the ceremonies, knowing that
their husbands would be shot iu a
few hours.
REORGANIZE SOCIETY
TO PROTECT ANIMALS
Mayor Lee and W.  H. Keary Elected
Hon. Presidents���J. H. Watson
Is President.
take. The matter was left in his hands
and be will see what he can do about
it. The city will not be through with
it until the city solicitor has had a
look over tbe question.
WOOD SKEWERS ARE SOLD
FOR MEAT IN NEW YORK
Gotham   Public   Is   Cheated- in   Many
Ingenious Ways���City Authorities
Searching for Remedy.
death on tbe docks tonight. His left
ear had been slashed off and there
was a deep cut thirteen inches long
in his thigh. Across his forehead was
pasted a printed placard hearing the
inscription "Don't be a strikebreaker."
Fraser had lost a lot of blood before
a policeman found him.   He may die.
The Society for the l'reventlon of     New Vork> June 2-^.\\'  h. Noyes,
Cruelty to animals held a meeting in  . repreBentattVe of Swift & Co.. testified at a hearing at the city hall todav tbat in 1909 the New York public
STARVING CARRIERS ALIGHT.
the city hall yesterday for tbe purpose
of reorganizing the society. There
were not many present, but those
there displayed a strong interest in
the work and what the meeting lacked
in numbers was made up for in enthusiasm. Inspector l'engelly, M.
Cowan, secretary of the Vancouver
BOClety, and 11. Stevenson
of the committee In Vancouver
present ami addressed the meeting
on the urgent need of some active
steps being taken towards suppressing the needless cruelty to animah
it was decided to organlzt
Canadian Gives Educational Address.
London, June 27.���At the local educational conference at Liverpool Dr.
,T. W. Robertson, former principal of
McDonald college, at St. Annes, Quebec, gave an instructive address on
nature study and rural teaching in
elementary schools in Canada.
The session of the clt. ���"& hers last,
night was protracted lo. %nto the-.
evening hy a one-sided di -i 4on of
the now streets and sidewi. ^ 'iylaw_
There were many clauses re-.a out by
Mayor Lee. and it was only occasionally that an alderman would evince
enough interest in tlie proceedings to
ask a question.
The bylaw provides for the removal"
of street signs, otber than those lighted at night by electricity, and that is?
the chief change that will interest the-
general public. However, there are-
pages of other clauses, all of importance, and when it goes into effect
about the first of August the change
In the city will be perceptible. The
hylaw was not passed last night, but
left over to a special meeting of the
council to be held on Wednesday afternoon.
Liquor   Bylaw   Held   Over.
The liquor license amendment bylaw was also left over, and was not.
discussed at all at last night's meeting.
The water committee reported, recommending improvements to the water system in the vicinity of Fourth
street at a cost of $1,250. The report
was adopted. A report favoring the
extension of the city's water system
into Bast Burnaby for the benefit of
the residents there was adopted. The
service will not be extended until the
city's new pipe lines from Coquitlam
is completed and will be supplied under an agreement terminating at the
end of ten years. 1
The board of works was given powder to act in obtaining a street sweeper
for use on the new pavement on Columbia  street.    Another street sprin- -
kler will also be purchased.
Policeman  for  Park, *
Alderman Welsh reported that there
"was a policeman needed at Queens,
park all day Sunday and every evening, as tlie park ranger had trouble
keeping the boys in order. The police
commission will attend to it.
The board of works submitted the
following report of proposed improvements, tbe same being adopted i.i full:
1. That the sidewalk on Tenth
street between St. Andrews street and
Fifth avenue be renewed.
2. That a surface box drain be
placed on the east and west sides of
First street from Park avenue to
Third avenue and on the North side
of Third avenue from First street-
Kstimated cost, $38n.
3. That sidewalk on east side of"
Blackwood street from Armstrong to
Carnarvon street be renewed at an
estimated cost of $tt'8.
4. That  the   surface  box  drain  on
I west side of Elliot street be renewed-
Estimated cost, .40.
5. That the sidewalk on north side
of Columbia street from Hospital
street to Knox street he renewed at
a cost of $180.
tl. That a surface box be laid fronr.
De Beck street to Keary street oa:
the north side of Columbia street. Estimated cost, $320.
7. That the plans for the B. C. E. K_
for a siding on Sixtli street between
Hamilton  street   and  Eighth   avenue
BURNED TO DEATH
IN WRECK OF AUTO
paid   $28,000   for   225,000   pounds   of
wood "spreaders" in Its meat.
Retail and wholesale butchers alike I seriously injured.
St. Louis June 27.���With onlookers
unable to give any assistance. Robert
O. Abel, aged twenty-four, burned to
death in the wreck of an automobile
here today, and liis brother, Fred
Abel, and a friend, Harry Jewson. are
(Continued on Page Five.)
BEES STUNG THE
HORSES TO DEAT��
��e
���left
said  Alderman  Bryson,
'   to be  sure  we  are  right
refuse   anything,   or   we
iught the same as wo were
aw-
lore
I11* lasl 1
I*- t<
They might get a
We bad to sub
md we might gut a lawyer
Two Pigeons With Rings Numbered
"V. H. C, 957, 1907," at Aldermere.
Ila/clton. It. C, June 27.���The Interior News, published at Aldermere
In the morning's Issue publishes the
following: "This paper received by
today's mall the following message
from' .1. Mackendrlck, at Bablne lake,
dated Juno 15: "Today there landed
here two can ier pigeons. They
seemed very tired and were exceptionally hungry. On one leg of each
bird was noticed a small aluminum
,-lng By means of some grain we
aptured one. but the other at once
lti.tJ   Bay tha' we had to submit the
I "ei,'IKlli|
10 J"||< tne same thing."
*��er���!,,, Wn|8h Addg H(s Mite>
inian   ,"':1" WL'lsh weotl with Alder-
*iiil,i' ,lm;"'""    that   'a    referendum
Icllj ,  '"' taken  as  to  whether  the11'
|l��is,s ,;,"""' ""' PWk for park pu
Itai-!"""";|"  QlUey  did  not  want   to,b'nl
I fro.,',', "".',:,"�� Tlpperary at all. at Lj^ bird"a"t"once started off In the di-
1,0    l'ew awav In a southerly direction, ln-
"Tgcribed on the ring on the captured
following:
was   engraved   the
I'V. IL C 957, 1907.' On being releaset
1;���..,.;,        Tl��' referendum looks like i
I .H ,,',   ' '" Push the bylaw through," I
��rt_tnBi al! i1iIh' Alderman Jardlne's
ni,s '"/""tion to uie Secretary Len-]
council       ;"ul notlfy ������������������ ,1,at the
*H��������,'""M   001   grant   the   request ,
1""1 'iirrled unanimously.
ection Of its mate.
WILL NEVER GRAFT.
Mayor
i.on.;,rrders Are c��ming-
8,1 i'\a,i '     "f' -"-���It Is learned that
St?.'   "���>
unlives  of  Finland   to
Youths   of   New   York   Plense
by "Ephebic" Oath.
New  York,  June  27. -   The
class of the college of the city of New
York presented to Mayor Qaynor-a
-Bpheblc" oath, swearing, as did the
Athenian youth, never by acts 01
,l,ei,s to bring disgrace upon the
The   mayor,  who  has
gathered at the hearing today to g've
their side of the case.
The city authorities have been try-
"   aember  ing to remedy short weights for sev-
'���"'"''eral weeks and first hand Information
is sought.
Hams and bacon weighed before the
assemblage   today   showed   how   the
public   is  fooled.     A  ham,   Includingl
marked   thir-
The automobile overturned and phi-
nod Robert Abel beneath it. The
wreck was soon enveloped in flames,
and passersby who endeavored to rescue Abel were driven away by the
heat.
here at
heavy   paper
City  of Tents  Now.
North Vancouver, June 27.���The entire   foreshore   is   now   dotted     with
Washington, June 27.���A swarm of
80,000 bees, disturbed by a pair of
horses that ran away and upset the
hives, stung the horses to death.
The negro driver was also stung;
wherever his flesh was exposed, but
lives. His face is swollen to twice its
natural size, and both eyes are closed.
When the bees began to pour out of
their hives he ran, but was pursued
by hundreds of the honey gatherers.
  .......    ,...,   .   wrapping.
once and the following officers were  (ecn ,(ni) a (iulll.ter pounds tipped the , tents. This method of living is becom.
scales at only tweleve pounds and a ���< ing more popular yearly. A large
quarter-ounce; another, marked ten. double tent can be obtained from $100
and and a half pounds, weighed nine  t0 $150 amt ti,e monthly rental charge
elected:
Honorary presidents. Mayor Lee and
W 11 Keary; president, J. H. Watson- first vice president. Ex-Alderman
J.    Henley;    second    vice    president.
acting sec-
Alderman J. J. Johnston
retary, Mrs. Polngdestre.
Another    meeting    will    be    called
shortly,  when  the society expects
have  moro  members, and  then
expected that a deputation  will
upon   the   council   to   ask
moral and financial support in carrying on the work here.
to
it is
wait
them   for
pounds seven ounces.
A  similar shrinkage was shown
bacon.
for the site averages about $3 so that
in  tenting has both cheapness and health-
1 ful effects to recommend it.
English Workers Coming.
London, June 27.���The church Enil
Austrian   Parliament   Opens.
Buda Pest, June 27.���The Emperor-
i.onuon, .u��c ...    a.    v. Francis Joseph opened the new-
gra.ion society despatched^ par ty Of parliament Saturday. In his
Brie, wmcnis ��>"""* ��� foreshadowed a democratic reform of
the Allan line Hag
Fire Traps in Chinatown Should
Be Torn Down, Declares Fire Chief
the electoral svstem and an incense
of the expenditure for the military
forces.
INDIANS GIVE UP LANDS.
Surrender   Large   Tract  of     Valuable
Property in Alberta.
Calgary, June 27.���One hundred and'
fifteen   thousand   acres   of  rich  Bow
Valley lands lying immediately south
of Gleichen and heretofore a portion-
of the  Blackfoot  Indian  reservation,.,
has been surrendered by the tribe.
The land, which ls situate in what
is  probably  the  most fertile district
in  the  province,  is  worth    between
$3,000,000 and  $4,000,000.    It  will  be'
sold by the government and a large-
portion of the  proceeds devoted    to -
erection of buildings and purchasing
equipment  for  Indians    desiring    to--
farm on the section of the reserve that
they have retained.   The department
of indlan affairs and the chieftains of
Many Jews Banished.
Kie'\ Russia. June 27.���From .Time
21? to June 25 inclusive, forty-six Jews'the tribe have been carrying ou ne-
were expelled from Kiev, thirty-seven gotiatlons for some time
led from Kiev today, twenty-four from
senior
name.
at. an early date.
Jor��tood1 11      Bovero��nent, it is un-lcity
,lu'iliti..s'      '." epared to afford them ! urge
r��glon '      st>lUo ln the Hudson bay   In pu. ���  ,,������.
.     T!u, oath i8 engrossed on parchment
Rt*l(i<l      1 ��� ��� -   1 11 1 1 n   111 n       1 r      ������ ��� ���        iii'.'      ���  1        ,.
" s ">reP��ed to afford then.! urged students to nterest themselves
'" settle in the Hudson bay   In public affairs, was greatlJ
lly pleas
ed
Fire Chief Watson has recommended to the council that many of the old
buildings In the west end of the bus-
iness section of the city should be
torn down, as they constitute a grave
menace. The chief pointed out that
the wind in the summer was gener-
ally from the west an.l the collection
of 0W wooden fire traps ��� close to
tbo business houses was very dan-
gerous in case of fire.
Ke   proposes    that   the
should pay a visit to the
alderman
section of
Diaz Elected Again.
Mexico  City,  June  27.���Gen.
Por-
the town affected and see what had Demieffka.    Twenty-seven were expel-
better be done. lied from Kiev today, twnety-four from
The  district  which  the  chief  pro-' Salomenka and seventeen from Hem-  forio Diaz was elected    President of*
poses to clean out is rather extensive Jeffka. 1 Mexico and Hamon Corrol Vlce-Presl- -
and embraces part of Chinatown and j   dent  by  an  overwhelming   majority..
some buildings occupied by Japs and Police Trouble at Calgary. according to returns received from all-'
Hindus.    Tbe   streets   mentioned  by |    Calgary, June 27���It is evident at over the country.
the    chief    are    Begbie,    Alexander, the police station that Chief Mackie Is I ���	
Eighth,   Black.e,   McNeely,   Ramage, not held in respect by several officers     ^ To  Inspect Canada's Cruisers,
and  some of the congested parts of  under him and many say  they have |   ^Ottawa, June 27.���Admiral    Kings-
Chinatown,   which   means   practically  grievances against him.    It has been mill goes to England this week to in-
all Chinatown. j learned from good authority that cer- spect the British cruisers Nfobe   *n*
The mayor and aldermen will visit tain policemen are forming a delega-  Rainbow, which are to form the nuo-
the   locality   soon   and  decide   on   action to wait on the commissioners nnd leus of the Canadian navy respectively.
couise of action.
ask for the chief's dismissal.
on the Atlantic and thc Pacific
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PAGE TWO.
Classified Advertisements REAL   ESTATE
STREET     IMPROVEMENT    DEBEN
TURE OR   REGISTERED STOCK
BYLAW, 1910.
WANTED.
WANTED���LADY'S SADDLE HORSE
well broken and not afraid of train
cars or autos. Apply P. O. Box 304,
New  Westminster. B. C.
W A XTED���S HA RT
for   general   store.
Port   Hammond.
YOl'NG     MAX
Apply   Allison.
EXPERIENCED WOMAN WILL Assist with housework: no washing.
Reply to A, Care 1\ O. Bos 200.
WANTED���A WAITRESS
Apply Premier hotel.
AT ONCE.
i::idti
W A N T ED���COM i-'O Rl ABL E ROO SI.
with breakfast Central location.
Address 1'. O.  Box  795, City.
WANTKD���YOUNG MAN AS OFFICE
Assistant, must he capable stenographer and have knowledge of
book-keeping. Apply by letter to
Box 20, Daily  News Office.
WANTED���*�� KENT FURNISHED
house of five or six rooms with modern conveniences by July 1 for.
three or four months. Convenient
to car line preferred. Apply '/-
Daily News office.
WANTED���BOY TO LEARN I'Ll'MB-
ing and tinsr.iithing. Apply James
&  McClughan.
Wanted���io girls ok  women
to work in laundry. Wages IS to
ro cents per hour. Royal City
Laundry, Royal avenue, west of
Eighth street.    B. Abrams. Mgr.
WANTED���TO EXCHANGE 35 1-2
acres of good land at Lincoln station, Langley. for Westminster city
property. Value $3000. Apply B. C.
Securities, Ltd., Dominion Trust
Offices, Columbia street. New Westminster.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   B.ag.
Phone 646.
$90 per acre secures you 10 acres of:
good fruit Ian J two and a bail miles ���
nam line all ciaarad aud ready fori
the plow; $300 cash. 1M-A;
, ' ;
I Fruit farm in Delta. Ten acres of good
land;   all cleared, with good house]
aad barofe; 2s0 bearing fruit tues:
OB  good  road.    Price  $4,000     G   id
erms. 173-A
Fort   Georrje    Lands���20,000    aces��� .
bi ing some of the best land in Central British Columbia, which is being slid rapid'.)   in large and small ;
tracts.    On  very  attractive  terms. |
Call and get particulars.
 mmm^^M ���
DOUBLE CORNER���On Sixth avenue ;
and   Eleventh  street:   132x132  feet,
with   small   cottage.     Price   $3,500;
$600  cash;   balance   on   very   easy
terms.  170-C
CITY���Third Avenue���Small house on
lot. size 54 x 120 feet. Price $1,500;
$300 cash, balance on easy  terms.
iMi-C)  j
 1 ���  .
City���An 8-roomed modern house:
si/e of lot, 132x132 feet; price,
$5,250; $1,250 cash; balance arranged.
	
N. W.  ' .  section 8. Tp.  10���160 acres,
of good land with 2,000,000  feel  pf
timber.    No timber lease.    $.5 per
acre.    $21000 cash.
first been ai proved
same shall have
���,,���  ������ resolution of the d n
T ,    Bvlaw   shall  taki   eftecl
fl-    ��� l?]
be , e "Streel Improve-
Ri   . ten .1  Sto :.
' .
may
. -    ent ure
���    :   ;i'" ���    ,
i   Qiji liylavj before Um  flnal pass-
; ., :.,,;   shall  receive;  the assenl
,,,. electors of the said citj in thej
���i,.,i,ii, i   Tt q lil'i d hy  law.
Rl ci :���' d '  e assent ol the electors
daj  "i 1:'1"-    .
Reconsidered and finally passed in
; daj ol
1010.
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of
11 "in
NOTICB.
Take  notice   that   the   above   Is
. , opj of the proposed Bylaw whij
will   he   taken   inl i   Id* ration
the  .Municipal Council  ol  the City
New   Westminster  one   month
- .,   daj  of the flrsl publication then
of in the "Daily  News''    newspaper,
n bich  inst  publication trek place on
the 13th daj  ol Jum .  1910, and that
Q vote ol the eleotora of the city will
be taken on the said proposi d B
on the Hth day of July, 1910, between
llie boms of nine o'clock a.m. and five
p.m. al the following  places, nni
The Council Chamber, Civic Building
the   Fire   Hall,   Sapperton;   and   tl
,', aterwoi ks    Storehouse,      Elevt nth
street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk
Citv Hall, June 11, 1910.
BURNABY���Two lots close to store
and tramline. Price $300 each;
terms '4  cash and iid per month.
^l^7^55ok~&rc6T
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank   Bldg.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
WANTKD���A GIRL FOK GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  125 Third  avenue.
FOR  SALE.
FOK SALE���JERSEY HEIFER CALF.
Apply 216 Eleventh street.
FOK. SALE���TWO. GOOD. TEAMS
with harness, logging chain and
wagon.    Apply S. S., Box 150.
FOK SALE���FIVE AND A HALF
acres, South New Westminster.
Splendid view of New Westminster.
$425 per acre. Apply P. O. Box
286,  City.
FOR SALE���TEN LOTS IN SAPPER-
ton; cleared and fenced; close to
car line. Only for sale within tilt
next thirty days. Address A. H.
Tupper, Cunningham Hall, Sixth St.
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.
CRAIG REALTY CO.
Room 8, Thompson B'ock.
We Bave a few good lots on Hospital
street. $25 cash will ban lie these;
balance $10 per month.
Watch Surrey Acreage, when the dirt
dirt starts flying for the C. N. R.
We have the cream of buys.
Ten acres of the best fruit land; l1-;,
acres cleared: 2 acres slashed, burned and logged off: 3 roomed house,
barn, poultry runs; small fruits.
Fi ont ing on Scott road and close
to car.    Only $2,000, on terms.
Five acres on Scott road: good garden, house, well, etc.; three quarters of a mile from car. This is good
at $1300;  terms.
^CRAJG^iALTTCoT
Room   8,   Thompson   Block.
Phone 629.
A Eylaw to enable the Council of the
City of New Westminster to raise
by loan the sum of One Hundred
and Fifty Thousand ($150,000.00'
dollars  for   Stieet   improvements.
Whereas, certain sums of money
have this year been expended out of
the i' neraj rev) nue of the city for
the onsthiction, Ifliprovelnenl and re
pair of stieets and sidewalks, and il
is expedient that additional stuns bi
s] cut in like mamu-r. amounting In
all i with the s tms already s] enl I tc
the sum of one Hundred and Fifty
Thousand  ($150,000.00)  dollars;
And Whereas, it appears that if tin
said sum of One Hundred and Flftj
Thousand 11150,000.00) do.lai s, be ap
propriated from the general revenue
of the city for the current year tin-
rate of taxation will tc e*ci sslve; and
it is expedient that such excessive
taxation should be avoided, and the
said s'lin should be raisi d on th.
credit of the corporation, and that debentures or registered stock certificates should he issued for tha'
amount;
And  Whereas,  for >the payment  ol
interest on the debentures or registered stock certificates, proposed io i>
issued  under this  Hylaw. and  for CT<
ating a sinking fund fo:  the payment
��� if  the  said   dehentures  or  reglstene
stock   e. i tificati s   when   due    ii   wil
be necessarj  to raise by special rate
in   addition   to all  other  rates,  eacl
year dm in.   the currency of the said
debentures or registered  Btock ceeti-
I'aau's.  ihe sum of Seven Thousand
Five Hundred and Ninety and 32-10
($7,590.32) dqllara;
And Whereas, in order to raisi
Mie said yearly sum of Seven Tfaous
and,  Fhe  Hundred and  Ninety    anu
32-1 $7,590.82)   dollars,    an    equal
rate    on     the    dollar     wiil    be    required to he levied on thv whole rati
able property of the City ot New Westminster.
And Whereas, the whole rateable
property of the said city, according to
the last revised Assessmenl ftoll
thereof, is Seven Million, Two Hun
died and Forty-nine Thousand and
Ten   ($7,249,010)00) dollars;
And Whereas, ihe total amount of
the existing debenture debt of the
said city is One Million, Six Hundred
and Seventeen Thousand. One Hundred ($l,G17,i00.66) dollars, irrespec
tive of the sum of One Hundred and
Seventy-four Thousand, Five Hundred
($174,500.00) dollars proposed to be
raised under the "Lulu island  Bridge
Debenture or Registered Stock Bylaw, s,'N,:i Thousand. Five Hundred t%'.u.-
1910"; the 'Fire Debenture or lie. is- 5����-00) ihiliais, made up as follows:
tered Stock Hylaw. 1910"; th.- Thirty-five Thousand ($35,000.00) do|-
"Schools Dehenture or Registered lars for "10 erection and equipment of
Stock Bylaw. 1910," and the Ith�� ?��? Sapperton school
'Parks Debenture or Registered Stock
SCHOOLS   DEBENTURE   OR
ISTERED   STOCK   BYLAW,
REGIS
laio.
; tu advance 'be same on the cicdit |
of the debentures or registered Btock
,., i;n ,., - i.cieiiiattoi iii. ntloned, anj
sum oi sums ol mon. j nol exceeding
in the Whole the sum of $97,500.00, and
,., ,,,, . e tin ain.' to be paid into the
I:, ,]:> ci the Baid city tor tbe pui
poses mentioned herein.
2, it sliall be lawful for the Mayor
tu cause an) number of debentures
ni u. Lstatad Btock eerUflaates is i..-
made, not exci edlng in the whole fhe
sum of $97if ���""  I"1' s,"',l  sum*  ni
mniey   as   may   he   iciiuircd,   not   less'
ii,..a   $100. ach.   or   an   vi\v.'���    i
expiesMil   in   pounds   sterling   of   Im
i ���     i Kingdom of GVent Britain and
Inland   al   a   value   of  4.866   to   the
and   all   such   delicii
urea or registered stock certificate a
shall b* Bealed with the seal of tin
corporation, signed by the Mayor and
counti iBlgned by the In asuri i there
of, or by such other pei i no i ���
as may be thereunto lawfully au
[zed.
:;. The said debent ures or cegistori d
siock certificates shall be payahle oa
the firBl daj ol Jul) I960, al such
[hue or i lace, as the Council oi the
said corporation may trom time to
time appoint with the approval of the
holders   thereof,  and   shall  bear   inter-
, sl   at   the   rate   cl   lour   and   one hill
per i entum per annum, payable ball
\, ai ij   on   the   ttrsl   day  of Januai j
, and the m -' da) of Jul)  In each and
5 eai. and the debenl mes
I have attached to i bein coupons foi ' he
pa) menl  i I  iu lores t, w W b i iid con
: pons  Bhall   be   signed   by   the    a iid
| Ma;, or.
i. a Bpeclal late on tl e dollar Bhall
fUESC
ammocks
Croquet Sets
Pic Nic Baskets
Pic Nic Plates
Etc., Etc.
\ T
MOREY'S
I 665���Columbia Street���66g
L
New Westminster, B.C,
ib hi
Mineral Waters
Aerated Water
ManuC
by
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO    RENT��� NICELY    FURNISHED [
room  suitahle  for  two.    Handy  to
business section.    Apply  l.'ii Tenth
street
TO RENT��� FURNISHED ROOM. 204
Agnes street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. AP-
ply 818, Milton s'r. et.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping to rent. Apply to A. H.
Ferguson, Pythian  Hail   building.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT ��� Fl-RXI. HED BED-
rooms. 703, Third avenue. Apply
alter 6 p.m. or between [) a.m. and
5 p. m. at Room 14, t)22 Columbia
street. IMldtf
	
TO LET���THE BASEMENT AND
store in the K. P. block; suitable
for store rooms, skating rink, or
moving pictures, etc., etc. For particulars apply to John Forrester.
See. K. P. Trustees, f.17 St. George
Btreet, City.       *j*~
TO   RENT���AN   8-ROOMED   HOUSEI
on  Seventh  street.    Apply Wilson,
Cook & Co., Northern Crown Bank |
liuilding.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie  Streets.
Port   Kells   Townsite.    .Lot   21,   con-I
taining flve acres.   Price only $600.
A snap.
10 full sized lots near Eighth avenue
at $300 each.    Easy terms.
Sapperton���We have a few choice
view lots on Blair av. nue very
cheap; $2o down, balance monthly.
Worth investigating.
South Westminster���\% acre view
lots on car line at Brownslvlle.
Price $250 per lot; '4cash, balance
easy. If you want a home, secure
one at once, as they are the cheapest and nearest lots on the market.
_ulu Island���Lot 26: near the bridge;
containing   one   acre.     Price   only
STRAYED.
LOST ��� BLACK JERSEY COW.
Strayed away from Ixuand Mill,
Deer Lake, Thursday morning. Last
seen at corner of 1*010 Line and
Westminster road. Suitable reward
if returned to Doran's Mill.
For all kiuds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The  Arrow  Press
near The Daily News Co., COO Victoria
Street.
District of New Westminster.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
Columbia    St.,    Next    Todd's    Music
House���Phone   703. \   i
For Sale���5-roomed cottage close in;
lar. e lot. Price $2,60b; $501) cash.
Balance on very easy terms.
For Sale ��� 5-room cottage close in.
Price $2300; $800 cash; balance to
suit purchaser.
Bylaw.   1910,"  of  which   none  of  the;
principal  or interest is  in  arrears;
Now Therefore the Municipal Council of the Corpqration of the City ol
New Westminster e��� .ets as follows:   ;
1. It shall  be lawful  for the  Mayor,
of  the  said city   to  raise  by   way  Oi ;
loan from any person or persons, body |
or bodies corporate, who may be will-1
ing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures or registered stock!
certificates hereinafter mentioned, any
sum or sums of money, not exceeding!
in the whole the sum of One Hundred.1' l
and Fifty Thousand  ($160,00 >  dollars, and to cause thr same to be paid
into  the treasury of the s.iid  city   for
the purposes mentioned herein.
2. lt shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures oi
registered stock certificates to be
made, not exceeding In the whole the
suiii of One Hundred and Fifty Thousand (Sir.iMiiiO.Oiu dollars, for such
sums of money as may be ri quired.
not less than $100.00 each, or an
i"iuivalent expnssed in pounds sHerl-
ing of the United Kingdom of Great
Bi itain and Ireland, at a value of 4,866
to the pound st.-rlin^: and all such
debentures or registered stock certificates shall he sealed with the seal
of the corpora tion, signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by the
treasurer thereof, or by such other
person or persons as may be thereunto  lawfully  authorized.
?,. The said debentures or registered
stock certificates, shall he payable on
the first day of July, l.iin, at such
place or places as the Council of the
���  ibe levied and raised La each year, in
Bylaw to enable the Council of the addition to all Other rates on all thl
Corporation of the City of N$w j rateable property of the olty, sufficient
Westminster   to   raise   Dy   loan   the ; u,   pay   tin-   inleiisi   upon   Ihe   ib-ben-
inns or registered stock certificates;  Telephone F;
and to create a sinking fund for thi
paymenl of the principal there"! when     ���~���^~���
due, siihjeii to an>  ,��, i oi enactment
i.    | I ctlng   tbe  same.
:. Subjecl as uforriirtd, tbfre Bhall
be raised annually hy special rdta us,
aforesaid, during the currency of the
Baid debeptpres or regU^ered stock
certlfli ati s, the sum of ii'.'.s; :,n u>i
tbo paymenl of int<--est thereon, and
the Bum of $546.20 to pM>w-le for thi
men! of the pi laclpal
u   i he pi la "i  the sale of the
~aiii debentures or registered stock
certificates shall be applied as follows,
ami not otherwise; towqixM paying
the rust ni the passing oi tbis Bylaw
and the issue and sale of the said
debentures or registered stork certificates therein referred to, and al! expanses connected with the i-siiance
of the said loan, and ihe balance sh ill
be paid over from lime to tiaie as i.
quired upon the mder of the trustee -
by the city treasurer t" this several
persons to whom moneys are payable.
7. 'I'llis Bylaw shall take effect On
the day   of 1910,   and
may be cited as the "Schools Deben
ttue or Registered Hto-ti Bylaw, 1910.'
8 This Bylaw before the final pass
ing thereof, Khali receive thi- assent
of the electors of the s,:ld city In the
manner required by law.
lice lived ihe assent of the electors
on the day of 1910
Reconsidered and finally passed In
open council the daj of
1910.
J. HENLEY
sum of Ninety-seven Thousand. Five
Hundred ($97,500.00) dollars for
School   Purposes.
Wh -teas  the  Board of  School  Trus-
���ica   of   the   City   of   New   WY-tn.m
-:ci  have cause! tn he prepared and
laid before the Council a detailed estimate   nl    'lie   Slims   le',ailed    hy    lhe
Board for ihe current years ordinary
e.vpensi s  of  maintaining  the  ^-'.ifA*.
of the said City of New  Westminster;
and  have  also  prepared  a   like detailed estimate of ihe sums required  to
oieel   in> special or exlraordlnarj  expenses legally Incurrable by the Board,
which last mentioned estimate is sub-i
jt ct to  consideration,  alteration  ami;
final approval b) the Council, and the:
same   has been   finally  approved   by
the Council.
And Whereas, the amount required
under the said last mentioned estimate foi   schools amounts to Ninety.
NEW   WEST v        -er, Bc
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HORSE
SHOEING
AND {J
ALL!
Two Thousand, five Hundred ($2,600.00) dollars
for the election and equipment of a
Bchool on Lulu Island, and Sixty Thousand ($60,000.00) dollars for the erection of a  High school.
And Whereas, by Section 40 of the
the Public Schools Act L905, as re-
enacted by Section 30 of the Public
Schools Act 1905, Aiin'iiilnieiit Act
1906, any statute to th'' contrary notwithstanding, the Council of any city,
town or rural municipality in the
Province including the City of Vancouver and City of New Westminster,
in each and every year pass a
Bylaw or Bylaws for levying especial
rate of not  more than  Five  (6)  mills ;
WOOD   WORK.
REPAIRING   OF
KINDS
Done At
Benson & Mc
At   Dick   Benson's  Old Stand,
8th St., Next to Fashion
n
Stand, ���
Llveiy, I
A-r*****aa*aa*4*44****44m
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above
copy of the proposed Bylaw n
be   taken   into consideration
Municipal   Council   of  (he  Cltv
-i a  true
li'-h  will
bj   tin
ot   New
on the dollar for school purposes, and   Westminster one month from tlie d it,
the  Council  may  in  addition  to BUChjof the first  publication thereof In  the
We have some real good snaps in
house property. Call and see us
about them.
joseRTtravers
REAL   ESTATE.
Columbia    St.,    Next    Todd's    Music
House���Phone 703.
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
said corporation may from time to
time appoint with the approval of the
holders thereof, and shall bear interest at the rate of four and one-half per
centum per annum, payable half yearly on the first day of January and the
first day of July ln each and every
year, and the debentures shall have
attached to them coupons for the payment of Interest, which said coupons
shall be signed by the said Mayor.
���I. A special rate on the dollar sliall
. i levied and raised in each year. In
rate apply anv portion of the ordinary
revenue to BCbOOl purposes.
And   Whereas,  it   appears  that   the
amount  required to meet  the current
years ordinary expenses of maintain
ing   tlie   schools   will     exhaust     the
amount authorized to be levied under
Section   -40  of  the  Public   Schools   Act
i'Mi'i.   as   re-enacted   by   said   Section
30   or   the   Public   Schools   Act   1905,
| Amendment  Act  lOOC.  and it   will  be
necessary  also  to  apply   a
Mhe  ordinary   re\enue   for
! poses.
And Whereas, it appears that If the
'said sum of .'.i7...tiu.liii be appropriated
; from the general revenue of the city
I for the current year, the late of taxa-
I tion will be excessive, and It is expedient that such excessive taxation
| should be avoided, and the said sum
���should he raised on the credit of the
(corporation,  and   that   debentures    or
portion  of
such   pur-
registered stock certificates should be
issued for that amount.
And Whereas, for the payment of inten st on the debentures or registered
stock certificates proposed to be issued under this Bylaw, and for creating a sinking fund for the payment
of the said debentures or registered
stock ceriideates, when due, it will
he necessary to raise by special rate.
In addition to all other rales, each
year dining the currency of Uie said
debentures or registered slock cei ti-
addition to all other rates, on ail the j'1'*!-08 ,l,e  sum  vi   r.OttT    Thousand
"Dally  News" newspaper,  which  first
publication  took  plflC* OH th.    r:ih  dav
of June,   1910,  and  that  a  vote of  tlie
eleotora of the city win i,(> taken on
the sail  proposed   Bylaw nn  the   111,
day <,f .inly  min, between the bours
of nine o'clock a m and five p.m., at
the following places, nanuly: The
Council Chamber, Clvh- Bulldine; the
Fire Hall. Sapperton: and the Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Citv Clerk
City Hall, June 11, 1910.
District of  New  Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, Norman Caswell,
of Abbotsford, B.C., miner, intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria, B.C., for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum
on and in the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked N. C,
N. E. corner, planted at the N. E.
���corner of Section 10, in Township 10,
Municipality of Suinns, New Westminster District; tlience south 80
chains: thence west SO chains; thence
north SO chains; thence east Sl) chains
lo point of commencement and containing  640 acres. i
Dated nt Abbotsford.  B.C.. thi*'Mh i
/lav  (it :.Ttihft,' AD! llflfrt
NORMAN   CASWELL.     |
Local Improvement Notice.
Puisuant to Section 20 of the "Local
Imporvement Gem ral Bylaw, l!lO!i,"
notice is hereby given that the Assessment Roll for Local improvements on
the following streets, viz.. Tenth
streii on both sides from Sixth avenue to Tenth avenue, except on the
east side of said street between Sixth
and Eightb avenues; also on both
Sides of London, Kdinburg Dublin und
Hamilton streets, Eight and Seventh
avenues between Tenth and Twelfth
streets, is open for inspection nt the
ollice of the Assessment Commissioner in the city hall. New Westminster,
British Columbia, find In case the owner or any person Interested In any of
thc properties Included therein desires to appeal from such assessment,
he shall, within tho period of eleven
(111 days from the first publication
of this notice, give notice to the undersigned in writing of bis Intention
to appeal.
Dated the L'Tlh dav of June. A.D.,
1910.
W.  A.  DUNCAN,
���ss ua               ���        n    tQtPt CIM'I;.
Date of first-publication Hue JWD day
of June,'1910,'���  '
rateable property Of the city, sulflclent
to pay the Interest upon the debentures or registered stock certificates,
and to create a sinking fund  for tin-
Nine   Hundred   and   Thirty-three   and
JTii-ino   ($1 933.70.   dollars;
And Whereas, ln order to raise the
'said yearly sum of $i,j)_3.70, an equal
payment of the principal thereof when
due, subject to any act or enactment,
respecting (lie same.
5, Subject  as  aforesaid,  there  sliall
be raised annually by special  rate as;
special  rate on the dollar will  be re
quired lo be levied on  the whole ruto-
luble   property  of   the   City    of    New
| Westminster.
And Whereas, the whole rateable
aforesaid, during the currency of the Prpperty of the said city, according to
said debentures or registered stock i the last revised Assessment Roll theiv-
certlficatcs. the sum of Six Thousand, (of- ls Seven Million, Two Hundred and
Seven Hundred and Fifty ($6(750.00) Fprty-njhe Thousand and Ten ($7r
dollars for the payment of the Inter-J249,010.00) dollars;
est thereon, and the sum of Elghl | And Whereas, tin- lotal amount of
Hundred and Forty and 32.100 l JS-in.-' the existing debenture debt of the
32) dollars to provide for the pay-.s-'11'1 city is One Million. Six Hundred
ment of the  principal. |artd   Seventeen   Thousand,   One   Him-
6, The proceeds of the sale of the <"'e<1 ($1,817,100.00) dollars, irrespec-
said debentures or registered stock jtivc of the sum or Tun Hundred and
certlflcates shall he applied as fol- 'Twenty-seven Thousand ($227j00lL00)
lows, and not otherwise: towards dollars proposed to be raised under
paying the cost of the passing of thisP^ "Street Improvement Debenture
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I. J. V. Boyd, of
Abbotsford, Bc. lumberman, intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner nf
Lands at Vlctoriu. B.C., for a license
to prospect for coal and pel i oleum on
and in the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked J.
F B.. S. W. comer, plant*, nt the
S. W. corner of Section 24, In Township 16, Municipality q( Sumas, Now
Westminster Districi; Ih.-iice north Su
chains; thence east SU chains; thence
south   SO   chains;     thence    west     Su
chains to point of commencement ami
containing r,|u acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C.. this Oth
day  of June,  A.D.,  mil).
J.   F.   BOYD.
Ready
Money
A   GOOD     FR1EN0    ALWAYS
If vou deposi' yonr money ���**
safety In Tbe Banl    I Toronto
It   will   be  safe lfl
It. and reaih   whi ���       ' l!
nnd  it   wl    be
AUTheTime
earning for yo i tl rer P?r
interest Small or huge
may be deposit! d        ;,J
suni
time.
80   BRANCHES
in   Ontario,
CAPITAL
REST   ...
Quebec
West.
and
tbe
$4,000,000
4.750,000
Bank of Toronto
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.  ���������
BRANCH
J. Oracey,
I the i
fcre l1"
fou and
Ider V
lv tntei
,
n-sona r
l.yi
If"1"    '
Ker within
I
or  |J
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
T yQS^MSa
1JB
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
i
llylaw  and  the  ismie and  sale  of the
debentures  or  registered  Stock  certificates therein  referred  to,  recnupln;:
the  treasury   of   the   city   jtlch   sum. I
as  have  been  Ibis year  expended   in '
street works, or may be so expended
until  the proceeds of the sale of thel
aaid   dehentures   or   registered   Btoclt
CertlftCftti B have become available, the
malting,  improving and  repairing    of
Hindi streets and sidewalks in the city,
as may  ho deemed expedient  by the
roimeii, hilt no slll'ewiilk or slneet shall
be' made oi-'refiaired out nf the ninneys I
borrowed under this Mylaw unless tho
or
Registered Btock Bylaw, iniu;" the
"Fire Dobontuie or lie. ist-red Slock
Hylaw, 1910;" tbe "Lulu Island Brld
Debenture or Registered
HHU." and the "Parks
Dehenture or Registered
llilh." of Whirl) none of
or Interest is in arrears.
Now Therefore, the Municipal Coun
cil of the Corporation of the Citv of
New  Westminster enacts as follows:
I. It shall be lawful for the Mavor
of the said city lo raltie by. wav' nf
loan Trom any p .rson <ir persons, bod?
oi -'bodies corporate, who may lie will-
ige
Stock Bylaw
Improvement
Slock  Byl i\v.
tlie principal
The Beautiful St. Lawrence Route and
Canadian Pacific Empresses.
From Quebec
From Liverpool. and  Montreal.
���'"ly    1. .   Lmpress   Ireland
���Tuly    7...   Lake  Manitoba
���Inly  la. .   Kmpress    llritaln
July Jl. .    Lake Chaiiiplaln
For   ticket   reservation   a:
formation apply to
ED. GOULET,
C.   P.   R.   Agent.
. ..Itilv
If.
..July
21
..July
2'.)
. . Auti.
4
d   all
111-
Westminster
Transfer Co.
bifflce 'Pbone  Ha.      Darn 'Pbone 13/
Columbia  Street.
P'Sggage   delivered   promptly    to
any part of tbe cltr.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE-t-TRAM DEPOT.
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple   screw,   14,900 tons-
S.S. MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,    14,900   loM.
largest   and   most   modern,
commodation  equal  to an/
Ing the Atlantic.
For Rates andT^ets ApP^ t0
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
Th��
Ae-
cross'
NOTICE!
TO REAL ESTATE
MEN
My property Is talu
until flirt her .notice,
.    JOHN FAMES
Bapperton,
n (
IT th'
linn
ltd
KFI'Cltl'.
I). C. fO
ESDAY,
JUNE 28,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
.AND
REGISTRY ACT.
;;n application lias
stir   Duncan Bell
District of New Westminster.
\,;iV   ���
liast'f "   '. i f,���m E. A. Wllmot.
Sslef'      ife   to  Duncan   Be?
���
n fee simple, under
i.y
���pet
f
HI'.
tor
���
the   llith   day  of
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that 1, R. A. Tn th, ray,
of Abbotsford, n.c., lumberman, intend to apply to the Chief Commission�� of lands at  Victoria,  B.C., for .
f%   ?.io7, of all arid singular I a license to prospeqt for roal and ;���       l? ain Rola
A-t'������       ,'..,.i  ,,r  tract  of  land   troleum  on and
MED MS LIVES LUST IN
TltlRTY ONE DAYS
WILL Bt GREAT
fct cer
tan'
premineB f uate,
1   "'-trict
llirce]  or  tract  oi   iano   iroieum on and  m  the  tollowii
lying and being  Bcribed lands;
of New Westminster, |    Commencing ai   a post   marki
i ,. ol  British Columbia.   A.  T.,  N.  W.  comer,   planted
jilifl " ' \.\. known and describ-; N. W. comer of Section 2fl In Town-
Ire i'a'1 ', ,,,,...-, of the southeast , ship 19, Municipality of Sumas. New
lasl"" pCtj0D is, Township 3, Westminster Districi; thence east 80
r"1 ,''      , of 6tb Meridian. chains; thence south 80 chains; thence ���      BOe  l{ulilI��1
Big��
You ;mi1 u
nd Rescued Afte- Remark-
able Experience���Susided Chiefly   on   Water.
Wabigoon,
���der you
lv iH"':
any
un
ersonfl
claiming through or 1 west   80  chains;     tin tne
i   BH   prisons   claiming   chains to point  of Ci .  a\  tiu,\
containing 640 ai re
Dated at Abboi rord, B.C., this Oth
day  of June,  A.D.,  1910.
R. A. TRETHEWAY.
tn. said hiu'd by virtue
,   ed Instrument, and
,i, n in- anv Interest ln
i    BU,;;nd i , .icf.ent, whose tin.-
,,. I -.i - er the provisions ,
I' _ietrv Act." are requir-
rli-illt ��� ��������������� '���������'���'��of the ,ax iu,r-l
��� |U forty live days from the 1
District of  New Westminster,
New Westminster Land District.
. .lune 27.���Captain
who was lost on
tlanltou lake on May 18, was found
'������' June 18, after being thirty-one davs
withoul food, living chiefly on wal ir.
rhe captain v.as not only well, but
1 hei i inl and was dlscovi red by a
chance party of surveyors, who came
across notices he had placed on tn es
In the vtefbity. He will return Immed-
latelj to the Port   \rthur hospital.
iser
le ol '
i | j  pub! cation  of this! I'"lt Arthur, June 27.���Captain Ro-
��� v ,���   a.id in default of a]    T:'"' notice that I. Alexander John- land la eigbty-three years of age and a
rtlfl.-a ���'  >���(   a%  pendens   iton, ol Abbotsford, BjC., lumberman,Imining engineer.    He b,,aa  wired  his
'*'' "',       i-ia unci icriod, or In   i: '' '��� : '" apply to the chlel Commis-[own Btor>' "f *'-b amazing experiences
������inpiion wf<?r3 registra    sloner of Lands al Victoria, B.C., for wbile lost in the woods neai the Wabi-
(f \cn will be for- a license to prospeel toi coal and pe [S001- for tlilrty-one days to local
NAVAL DISPLAY
Manoeuvres in Atlantic This
Summer Will Be Object
Lesson of Sea Power.
i, .-ii
��� i,i debarred from Bet-
��� dm to o   ia ii spict of
���- md  I  Bi'.a '    register
Hall  as  owner   thereof
i berel y o������ l ���. that pub
lican
I ���
1 n< lice  tor  thirty  days
' Usbed in-New
V
I.      1     |U   l.'HM'l--"   "'.'
it, it le j.ood and BUfflc
1)
I
1
���  i. 1 . nd  Registry Ollice,
- , ������,���, r (< mce o* British
��� cth   (lay  Of   April,   A.
c  S. KEITH,
1 (strict Registrar.
Pern ant ut Loan & Sav-
ippenheimer   Bros.,   Ltd .
\V. Lelshman; J. W. Hew-
troleum on and in the following de-
-I lands;
Commencing al a post marked A  J.
N. K corner, i lanted al tl e N   E i oi
ner  of  Section   30   In   Township  19,
Municipality of S ima    \'> w Westn In
ster District; thence south RO chali   ;
thence we I  BO chain     thence north
80 . h.iii,...  tin nee east  80 chains to
encemenl and i ontain-
Ing 640 acres
Date l al Abbotsford   B C.   thl    91
day  of June,   \ 1).   1910,
ALEXANDER  JOHNSTON.
I ap-
I  New Westminster.
lie*
'
i     '
inster Land District.
VICTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room 6. Guichon Building.
Phone  681
to p
.   that I. George Beckett,
B.C.,   teamster.   Intend
���   Chief   Commissioner
toria, B. C for a li-
*cl for coal and petrol*
.   following d< Bcrib-
��� a post marked C. B.,
planted   at   the   N.   W.
i   28, In Township 19,
I as. New Westmin-
I ��� nee east  80 chains;
V i iiains.  thi nee wesl
j ������ north v" chain? to
I ��� .ment  and contain-
���
[ h --ford. B.C.. this 9th
MS- of Jul D.,  1910.
ORQE BECKETT.
A.
CAMPBELL
Architect and Eng
HOPE
neer.
HOPE   &
New We
BARKER.   A
tminster - Tr<
Phone 655.
rcbitects.
pp  Block
ers.   It is as follows:
Wabigoon;���On  May   is.  i  deliber-
'���  ���   left   the trail  to take observation! . I.ui evidently went  to i far.    I
was always aware of my approximate
tion bul dre ided to play a waiting
game     I  kept   making    obsei vations
daily and also entries in  my diary.
"On June is i noted that it was the
��� ��� ��� '.��� ruth anniversary of the Batl ���
oi Waterloo and my one particular
wish was thai my exceptional sustaining powers might keep up till I
could gel the di tails ol thai other bat-
tb1 on July l; Jeffries vs. Johnson, in
j which 1 hope! to re.id of a victory tor
the former. 1 mi. ht also add that I
can take Tex Rickard to a spot in lhe
Manltou region where he can pull off
the fight without the slightest fear of
interference.
"Water  was  my  principal  nourishment.    I injured my knee a couple of
'days before I was found, wbicli caused
my inability to walk.    1 could see Dr.
I Parsons    and    party     through     the
[branches reading the notices I had put
up.    The flies were unusually active,
.lune   18,  and   there   was    a  thunder
.- toi m that day.    I thank all for the
inti rest displayed during my isolation
'and 1 expect my being lost is known
:on two hemispheres.   I will answer all
personal enquiries.���Wa. pole Roland.
London, June 27.���The Atlantic will
be the scene of the manoeuvres of the
British uavy, which will begin at the
end of (his month. For a few years
pasl they have been held in the North
sea.
When Lord Fisher went to the admiralty it was always his belief that
the battlefield of the future should be
the ii.lining ground of today; and as
he believed that any future naval war
VANCOUVER
EXHIBITION
August 15 to 20
CITY      OF      NEW
SANITARY
WESTMINSTER
NOTICE.
1910.
All rubbish and garbage must be
removed to the foot of Sixteenth
street and Fifth avenue, where it will
be burned by the corporation.
Any person or persons who dtimi*
garbage or rubbish of any kind oa
any other street or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lot or public property
will be prosecuted under Uie provisions of the Sanitary Hylaw.
By Order, S. J. PKARCE,
Sanitary Inspector.
City Hall, June 13. 1910.
LAND  ACT.
130,000 IN  PRIZES AND PREMIUMS.
Specially low rates from all points,
on railways and boats.
Exhibits sent as freight on Canadian
lines will be returned free.
Superb   and   unique   attractions   in
Speeding     Events    and     Hog    Show.
would be fought in the North sea. the  Spectacular   "Fighting   the   Flames."
Whole or ihe manoeuvres during taia ! Bronclio   Busting   Competition,   Wood  shore to the place of commencement;
le"  ��fflCe W6re Carrled 0Ut the,e'   Chopping  Contest.,  Trotting and  Pac  containing 10 acres more or less
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Simon Henry
Clowes of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, building inspector, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the S. B. point of a small island lying
in channel between Granite island and
Nelson island; thence northerly, westerly, southerly and easterly, along tin.
Admiral Wilson, on tbe other hand, I
hai   never had any experience of the'lnS Events and Hunt Club Laces
North sea.   He has always believed I.i :    Entries close August 1.    Wiiu
the   Atlantic,   and   the   handling    of  prlz(. List and information to
fleet!  in the groat open Waters seems
for
~ Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
^PITAL
���SERVE
$14,400,000.00
11,000,000.00
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of   Job    Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
MAY  VISIT AMERICA
AFTER  ORIENTAL TOUR
LAND  ACT.
New   Westminster   Land   District
Take   notice   that   James   Bateman,
|> ��� . Department���Deposits
.ms <>'.  $1  and Upward,
Id I .owe4 tit 3 per cent, per
bum ip    ."it  r��ne>.
I" s  over  11867)00.000.00
HEW V.LSTMINSTER BRANCH,
<:   :���   RRYMNER. Manager.
II Ollghout     Canada     and
( ami  in  London,  Eng-
.'������ .      .;, Chicago an I Sp kane,
K.A., a        ' '\h .,   Cn>.     A   .    ' ��� '
li -iess    transai led.    l^'t-,
ftvallab,e   wlth of Vancouver, B C.. occupation, stone-
\ lq     all     parts  of     the I ��U"er. **��***? ffi^���^
' to   mil chase   the   following   desci llKU
' tnds: I
Commencing at a post planted at I
Itbe southeast point of a small island,
ilying about 10 chains north of Nelson!
'island; thence northerly, westerly. |
[southerly and easterly, along the!
I shore to the place of commencement; j
[containing 6 acies more or less.
.1AMKS HATKMAN.
Applicant
JOHN F. BAGCS.
I April '20, 1010. Agent
|CITY   o^    NEW    WESTMINSTER
Notice   to   Contractors.
Tenders 'or Valves. Gates. Etc
���'' ������ icquired fur the supply
I Valves,  etc.   for  the   Sen
^al,r Ma      for  pipes  of  ���.liim.   L'.in.
I' ��� ter.    Specifications and
I; 8  can  be  obtained  from
I' i   Waterworks   Kn_iuiei.
���'* !l   ���      kman. City Hall.
Tenders will be received up to r,
fclr"k I        oh .Inly 4. H'M.
V    V DUNCAN, Citv Clerk.
* Wi  tminster, June SS, ltlO.
Berlin,    June    27.���Events    having
justified previous dispatches as to the
j persistent  opposition   of   the    Center
| party to the Colonial administration of
; Herr Dornburg, it is interesting to see
what this organizer intends to do.
Reports have been circulated abroad
I that he will become director-general
of the Hamburg-America line or the
! Norhdeutscher-Lloyd. but as a matter
iif fact lie proposes to give himself a
'.year's tra\el, especially in the far
'east, where he realizes the time is
| crucial for commercial development.
Po while Prince Billow rests in
Italy, far from German party strife.
here is another outstanding public
man seeking repose abroad. Probably
he will make bis way, either outward
i ��� homeward, through the l'nited
: ;ates.
The fact that be used to be an active Radical, as 1 ecame one of his
Hebrew extraction, was the main
cause of the antagonism of the Catholic Center to him. In a sense his
Colonial policy was too good for the
nation, for he protected the natives
and insured a fair share of the profits
from the diamond felds going to the
state. So get-rick-i|uick financiers and
those who wanted to exploit the natives had noi use for him, His successor has a hard row to hoe.
to be his policy.    Then-fore, everyone
expected, as soon as Admiral  Wilson
went to the admiralty future manoeu- i
vies  would be, as events now show,!
on his favorite manoeuvring giound.,
Lagos Bay is a tremendous shec,  of
water.    There  are splendid  facilities
there tor a huge fleet; and immediate- j
ly outside Lagos Is the open Atlantic.
Will  Last a   Month.
This   year   the   Mediterranean,   thc
Atlantic,  and   three  divisions  of  the
home fleet will he mobilized under the I
supreme  command  or    Admiral    Sir i
William May, and tlie manoeuvres arc
to occupy a month.   In the opinion 6',
some of those concerned it is not ad-
visable    that    press    correspondents
shoul 1 be allowed to accompany the
fleets,    li is recalled    that on a cer-
tain occasion a short message from a '
correspondent gave away the position
of one fleet to that which it was sup-'
posed   to   be   fighting;   so   rapidly   is
news picked up in these days of wire-
less telegraphy.
Serious Practices.
ln the old days the fleet had simply i
what are known as "parade manoeu- j
vres."   There is no *ime for that now-
adays.    Manoeuvres today, it is con-1
sidered.   should   be   serious   practices
for   war;   and   the   last     that     Lord
Charles Beresford carried out in the |
North sea wont as near war conditions
as it was possible to have them.
Precisely  what    Admiral    Wilson's
plans are with regard to this no ono I
but himself and those associated inti-'
mately with him can say.   No infonna-
JAS.   ROY,
Manager    and     Secretary    Vancouver
Exhibition   Association.
District of  New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, J. A. McGowan,
of Abbotsford. B.C., accountant, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands at Victoria, B.C., for
a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on and in the following described lands;
Commencing at a post marked J.
A. McG., S. W. corner, planted at the
S. W. corner of Section 83, in Township 19, Municipality of Sumas. New
Westminster District; thence north
SO chains; tlience east So chains;
thence south Su chains; thence west
80 cliains to point of commencement
and containing 640 acres.
Hated at Abbotsford, B.C., this 9th
day of June, A.D., 1910.
J. A. McGOWAN.
WATER   NOTICE.
SIMON HENRI CLOWES,
Applicant.
Per JOHN F. BAGGS,
April 20, 1910. Agent.
LAND ACTS.
New Westmister Land District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLennan, of Vancouver, British Columbia.
occupation contractor, intends to apply for permission to purchasu the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of the island situate about four (4) cliains from Timber limit No. 38733, thence northerly
and westerly and southerly and easterly around the shore at low tide
to place of commencement, containing
four  acres,  more or leas.
ALKXANDRR   McLENNAN.
J. F. RAGGS, Agent.
March 17, 1910.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room  6, Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence Phone 133
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license in the New Westminster Division of New Westminster District,
(a)   The  name of  Company,  Vancou-
P. O. Box 395
Phone 73��
, ver Power Company, Limited. The
tion on this point has been allowed to ' head offlce at the citv of Vancouver,
leak out. but it is clear that the man-   Bl-itish Columbia.   The capital, $2,500,-
McMurphy & Craig
Heating and Plumbing '
All   Jobbing   Promptly   Attended   To
Colonial Block
oeuvres are to be conducted on a very-
elaborate and comprehensive scale,
and that they will provide an instructive and wonderful object lesson of
England's naval power.
000,  divided   into  2,500,000  shares of
.1.00 each, all fully paid up;  tb) Thei
ny.me of the lake, stream or source,
unnamed stream running through sec-i
tion 2H, block o, north range 2, west,
thence  In   a  northwesterly   direction
flowing   into   the   Fraser   river;    (c)
The  point of diversion, 2,300  feet in
a   southeasterly   diiectiuti   from   the
southeast corner of section 19, block i
5, north range 2, west;  Id) The quan
tity  of  water applied fo'\ .ltiii  cubic
feet  per   second;   tei   The  character
DOMINION LANDS RAILWAY BELT   of the proposed works, a small dam,
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Coast Division.
Surveyed     agricultural     Dominion
Lands   in   the   Railway   Belt  not reserved or withheld from entry and not
and pipe line; (f) The premises on
which the water is to be used,
two (2), three (3) and four (4), group
two (2), New Westminster District;
(g) The purpose for which the water
is  to  be  used, domestic;   ��h)   If  for
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver Landings
The   New  Sternwheeler
| S. S.  PAYSTREAK*}
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday.
Thursday aud Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New  Westminster.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
��i front SL, Foot of Sixth.
Otfi
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'jes Tor Ladh-s from .1275
ap.
Stiver Watches,    gents'    open tace
16.00.
Silver Watches,  fonts' op?n   case,
17.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Llgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Correspondence���Continued.
High   School   Site.
(Continued From Page One.)
W. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOUnTH   ST. PHONE H527
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
'!a!eB "-ackman-Ker wharf at. 3 P.  M. dally  except Saturday, and
on s
at"rday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
THets at  R  C   E   K   ticket, office nnd on board steamer.
trie ,.a
ver,
1 leave Steveston every hour  ton the half-houn  foi   V8P0��
Jee the Famous Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc.
","1 trip ticket, to Steveston, Saturday afternoons. |1.
the city, it would he an easy matter to
arrange with the city council to lease
a piece of that part of Queens park
facing on First street between Fifth
and Sixth avenues to the trustees of
the city for school purposes.
A High school built on the Tipperary reserve between Royal and
Queens avenues and Fourth and Sixth
streets, as proposed by the school
l rustics, would have not have the
advantages nor serve the Interests of
the community as a whole, it being
too near the front and public portion
of the city.
The distance from Front street to
the center of the above-described reserve, measured along Sixth street, is
ahout one-third of a mile; At the rate
the population of this town is increasing it will not be many years, six or
eight at the most, when we will have
JO.OOO or 4(1,0110 Inhabitants, and the
business portion of the town will then
be compelled to extend up hill to Agnes street and probably to Royal avenue.
Manv other reasons could be given
whv a "High scliool should hoi be built
on 'Tlpperary park. It should be kept
for a pttbllc park alone, as lt was llrst
���designed to be when this town was
laid out by the Royal Engineers, and,
us such, conveyed by the Imperial government to lhe then colonial government of the province, some fifty years
Blneo. .
Personally, I am not Interested in
either locality further than as every
citizen should be In the future wei-
fate of the schools and the beautifying of our city.
I respectfully ask every citizen to
carefully consider this very important
subject "for himself. I have Imperfectly attempted to give my reasons for
retaining Tlpperary park as a public
���ark and If this commends Itself .to
iaxpaveis I trust they will bring suf-
II, lent pressure to bear on the authorj-
,i0H as will maintain Tlpperary part
a i-bllc open spot fo^r all tgj^ .
New Westminster, June 27, 1910.
disposed of or occupied, are open to j irrigation describe the hied intended
entry under the provisions of the Ui it- to be irrigated, giving aere-
ish Columbia Dominion Land regula- age, no; (i) lf the water is to
tions. I be     used     for    power    or     mining
in the Coast Division of the Rail-' purposes describe the place where the
way Pelt any male person over eight-J water is to be returned to some na-
een years of age and otherwise ellg- tural channel, and the difference in
ible, may obtain under entries as altitude between point \>f diversion
homestead  and   pre-emption,  a  legal' and point of return, no;   (j)  Area of
subdivision of forty acres of Pencil
Land. Residence is ranulred for at
least six months in each of five years.
Total cultivation required to earn patent for a twenty acre homestead, ten
acres cleared and six cultivated, and
if the remaining twenty acres Is preempted by the homesteader, an additional ton acres cleared und six cultivated either on the homestead or
pre-emption,, no additional residence
for the pre-emption. Price of
emptian,   five   dollars  per acre
Crown land intended to be occupied
by the proposed works, none; tk)
This notice was posted on the 2nd
day of June, l'.tlO, and application
will he made to the commissioner on
the 13th day of July PJlO; (1) Give',
the names and addresses of any riparian proprietors or licensees who j
or whose lands are likely to be af-
footed by the proposed works, either
above or below the outlet, none; (in)
pre-1 The part of the Memorandum of As-
pay- sociation  of the  company  which an-
NOTICE!
Until further notice this;
bank will be open
SATURDAY EVENINGS
from seven to nine o'clock..
Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminster..
1F. Shute, Mgr.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
214 Sixth Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
B. C.
able in live Installments with interest, jthoiizes the proposed application and
Conditional purchase entries may bo.| works reads as follows: "CD The on-
obtained for twenty acres of Bench ijects for which the company is estab-
Land by a male over eighteen and lished and to which objects the Com-
otherwise eligible and not holding . pany are restricted are the acquisition
homestead or pre-emption. Residence of water and water power by records
required only for six months during of unrecorded water or by the pur-
the   fifth  year  but   cultivation  duties chase of water records or water priv-
lncreased.   Price, ten dollars per acre, lieges for,  (g) Rendering water j Estimates GWen    Phone 56T
live Installments. ; and   water  power  available   for   use. j
Bench Lands in this division nre application and distribution by erect-
lands below twenty-flve hundred ing dams, increasing the head of wa-
(2,Man feet above sea level. Upland* ter In any existing body of water,
aro lands above that altitude and are or extending the area thereof, divert-
suhject only to disposition by quarter ing the waters of any stream, pond or
sections under homestead entry or lake Into any other channel or chan-
gra/lng lease to settlers. Flooded nels, laying or erecting any line or
lands may be reserved for hay pur- flume, pipe or wire, constructing any
poses or leased to settlers by legal race-way, reservoir, aqueduct weir,
subdivisions. I.wheel, building, or other erection or j
Entree fee for homestead, prc-emp-1 work which may be required ln con-1
tlon and conditional  purchase ls ten  nectlon   with   the   Improvement nnd1
dollars for each entry.   After securing use of the said water und water pow-1
patent   In  connection   wilh   the   lund  er or by altering,  renewing,  extend-
first  entered for, tne Settler may se- lng,   Improving,   repairing,   or   main-
cure another entry and so on, but not tainlng any such works or any part
for more than a total of one hundred thereof."   tn)   The  Company  applies
and sixty ncres. for a license to store water. ThjB.place
Entries under the nrltlBh Columbia of the proposed reservoir for storing
Dominion Land Regulations, effective, the said water is section twenty-nine
on the Und July. LD10, may on and | '29). block five (5), north range two
after that date be made for lands then.|.(2) wast; lo) The means by which
open to entry. Any lands wlthdrawn.it is pwiposed to store the water, by
from timber berths, ns well a. newly j dam; Jg. The area of the reservoir
surveyed lands, will before becoming site or sites at each ioot in depth
available for entry require advertise-' above the outlet, the depth ibonte.the
ment for thirty days. "Surveyed" outlet wlll approximately average
Lands for the purpose of entry means ;about six or seven feet; (q. How it
legal subdivisions abutting on a sur- is proposed to acquire the land neces-
veyed line, or, in case of Uplands,' sary for the purpose, by purchase, or
quarter sections abutting on a sur- if necessary by expropriation; (r) Approximately the number ot acre feet I
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Market
BO WELL a ODOY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE   .70.
veyed line
For further information appiy to tho
Dominion Land Offlce, New Westminster, B C.
P. G. KEYRft,
Secretary,
intended   to   be   Impounded,   20,000
square feet.
VANCOUVER POWER CO., LTD,
R. Jl. Sperling, Genera) Manager.
Vancouveij, B. Q,
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3.4  to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
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THE DAILY NEWS
The Daily News
Published by The Dally -News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices.
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
C. A.  Paige Managing  Director
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THE   HIGH  SCHOOL SITE.
lt was a pleasure to us to give Dr.
T. Bennett Green an opportunity to
rentilate : i; views upon the very im-
portant question of the High school
aite, and it is no less a pleasure to
express our appreciation of his
straightforwardness and his evident
desire to court public opinion upon
this subject. We believe hc is the flrsl
member of the Board of School Trustees to take the public into confidence
in this way and to give them an opportunity of expressing their ideas
and feelings upon a question that vitally affects them. This candor on
the par) of Dr. Green Is quite refreshing as a contrast to the secrecy an.l
star chamber methods which have
hitherto prevailed in connection with
the administrative business of tlie
School trustees. The attitude assumed by the junior member of the
Board gives us reason to hope that
3ie will recognize that it would he
fairer to the citizens and more In
accord with present day methods and
Ideas to have the meetings of t'.:c
Schi ist< es   thrown   open   to  the
public and the press, and an end be
put to tin pi senl deliberations in
private. If Dr. Green will set about
convening his fellow trustees to this
same -.' sonable and enlightened view
then be will merit the gratitude of
the ratepayers of this city.
As  to the question of the site fi r
the new High school, what wc ai ��� di ���
slrous   of  impressing   upon   tl i
lees i t   port ml net i - Ity of hav
ing an a i li area of ground of i
able character to form a good playground, where the scholars can :
lacrosse, 01 baseball, tenuis, crlckei
or footl all, v> ithout let or hindrance.
Even if Tipperary pari; does admil
of thi provision of such an area, say
of from four to five acres, this is unsuitable for playground purposes owing to the extreme slope of the
groun 1. No ball gai ie ild be
played on such ground. But beyond
this we again urge that Tipperary
should be reserved for ever as a clear
open space without any buildings
upon it. As we have already pointed
out, New Westminster, and indeed the
whole of th" mainland peninsula,
become densely populated in the not
very distant future. The indications
are too evident and too clear to admit
of any doubt in regard to mis fact.
That being so, it is mo necessary
that such a fine breathing space, right
in the very heart of the city, should
be retained as such. What Toronto
may have done is of no particular importance to the Royal City. Our one
object must 1.e to prevent the evil
of overcrowding and the creation of
slum districts. Twenty years hence
every open space will be of the greatest possible valu-=> to the teeming
thousands living and laboring in this
city and  its immediate  vicinity.
One en 1, preferably the north end.
of Queens park would be infinitely
preferable to Tipperary as a site for
the new High srhool. Ample land of a
fairly level character, which would
enable the trustees to provide a really
��00(1 playground, is available and the
position would be sufficiently central
Ao be convenient to at least the majority of the scholars. Dr. Green
says this site will be required in the
near f in ure for a Public school to
serve the north central part of the
city. Even so. there is room enough
to provide sites for both a High school
and a Public school and there could
be no objection to their lying in juxtaposition.
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work done by
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PORCH SHADES
Victor Hammocks���The best
made: in qualities. from,
each    $4.50  to  $10.00
MITED
Successors to   Lee's Furniture Emporium
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Ul our large and varied s     k of Wash Goods to be cleared this sale,    Prlni     i                ,
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the C. P. X.  Wharf at   r:30 a. in., returning thi   same evenii
lng Chilliwack at 6 p. m.   Two Dollars  for  the  round   tri]
Genuine Snaps
in Sheetings
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great sale.   8 I or
lng, full bleach, regular 30c, S.ile price
25c  p;r yard.
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per yard.
Unequalled Value;
in Table Linens
20 dozen He
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10 dozei   Linen Ti I      1
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For $1.00.
will be no boat from Chilliwack on Saturday, i nd of July.
THURSDAY
JUNE 30
Summer Muslins. 7 1-2 cents Per Yard
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JUNE 30
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HARRY   TIDY,  Manager.
LOUIS F. WEBER
-PRESENTS-
MISS DELLA CLARKE
in her own Romantic Drama
Seats On Sale At Tidy's Florist Store Monday, June  27
Prices Same As Other Large Cities.
Pongee Silk
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!   Incl   Nai ural Pongei    01
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per yard.
31  Incht 9 '<��� Ide, even flnii   ed Poi
Silk; natural i oloi ot Ij.   Ri
I     For 50c per yard.
Children's Bonnets
For 5Cc Each
.lap Silk and Embrol '. ���,! Sun Bon-
��� ��� in White and i'ii am. S ������> e ire
a little soiled henci the i Drmi
reduction���find a number ai trave'-
l.-ts' samples. Regular values to $���'������
Out they go at 50c.
Impressive Values
in Lace Curtains
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tains, 2 it       Sale pi
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pails    Wi ' ('     ���
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price  85c  per  pair.
3 I pair White or Ci earn Lace
double   bordered,   extra   *t
t tped ..ii ;.. md    Ri jular $4.50,   Sale
price  $2.25  per  pair.
Correspondence
(The Daily News is not responsible
for the opinions expressed by its correspondents.)
THE   DUST   NUISANCE.
Editor, liaily News:
Sir���It would seem to be high time
some one put forth a word of protest
against the sidewalk sweeping nuisance which Is one of the city's most
considerable annoyances these dry
mornings.
Have you ever walked along this
Columbia street of ours about 8:20
in the morning and inhaled your portion of the hurricane stirred up by
the dozens of able-bodied merchants
���.as they flail up the powder-dry, death-
carrying, dust from their walks with
their stout corn  brooms?
A little water distributed over the
surface before sweeping is tfegun
would prevent this Blckoning nuisance.
' New Things To Eat"
Do you know that the "ROYAL" is serving new dishes all the
time���cooked "A la Carte." You only live once in the world and
why not eat the best. .Spring "Chicken" and fresh vegetables; fresh
fruit and cream, from our own "ranch" will be brought in daily.���
Come and bring a friend today. '* ��� " ��J'"WI'JTV:*'' tv i    .B.   'T"  !��� \jgn
The Royal Cafe and Grill
PHONE 375
Which  Is at 604 Columbia Street.     *~t-���-���������
Dominion Trust Block, Main Fl
oor
I wonder of these men who wield
these brooms so lustily are as brave
as they seem? The men who make a
business of sweeping the streets of
the larger cities live- an average of
live years after taking these jobs. Tuberculosis is the finish- almost Invariably.
Dust from sidewalks is the most
deadly thing in the world. It kills
more men In a year than fire anl
bullets. One in every ten ot us goes
the "lunger" route and the specialists tell us tho major portion of Infections comes from street dust. Still
any person whose business leads them
through Columbia street every niorn-
IniT, must run this gauntlet of danger
and annoyance. Is the matter not
worthy of the city council or some of
the betterment organizations?
II.  Y.  QIBNE,
New Westminster, June 27, UUO.
HIGH   SCHOOL   SITE.
Editor, Daily News:
Sir���When I brought up the school
Question in the board of trade at the
last meeting of that, body I was impelled by the Information at hand,
and emphasized my wish that the
bylaws to raise JiiO 000 for a new
High scliool and $117,000 for Public
school purposes would carry at the
poll   on   July   11.     My   objection   to
the site was the only difference I had
to the School board's suggestions, bul
since I have made a closer study of
tbe question 1 doubt very much the
wis lom of expending $60,000, or even
half that amount ou a High school at
the present time.
A High school Is for the scholars
of the I'ubllc school who have completed their courses of study and desire to proceed in higher learning.
Therefore it is to the general advantage and interest of the community Wl
have the High scliool located in the]
most  central   part   of  the  town.
On reference to the map of the city I
on the northern part of Queens park,
facing on First street between Fifth
and Sixth avenues Is. as near as It'
can be, the most central part of the
city for tho location of the High
school.
The distance from the west boundary to the east boundary of tbe city,
measured along Sixth avenue and the
line of that avenue oxtended until It
intersects the Brunette river near the
I'iit river road bridge, is approximately 8.41 miles: and from the west boun
dary along Sixth avenue to Flrsl
street, the distance Is 1.7-1 miles; from
the east boundary, near the i'itt river
road biidge to the Intersection of Flrsl.
street and Sixth avenue, the distance
is about 1.71 miles. From Front
street to the north boundary of the
city, measured along Sixth street, the
distance is about 1.31 miles and to
Fifth avenue 0.71 miles.
The advantages to the city, as a
whole, of a High school, built In that
part ithe northern end of Queens
park), are many.
First ��� It. la a fine scenic location
for a public structure, such as a cents' of le&rning, and well drained, a
mat ier of  the  utmost   Importance.
'Second���It Is accessible to every
part of the city by electric tram car.
i The electric tram will soon be built,
tliroiigh Sixth avenue and Second
street.)
Third���The beautiful athletic play-
gmunds of Queens park could be used
bs the students of the High Bi boo]
In their play hours.
Fourth���lt would relieve the con-
gnted condition of the existing Cen
1r>l school and would relieve the im
mediate need for the Public school.
It Is a recognized educational fact Ml il
it is best, where possible. In separate
the young ladies and gentlemen al-
tending High scliool from the children
in the I'ubllc school.
As Queens park is the property ol
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Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at  5:60, 6 20,
8:(Hi and  every  half hour then after until  11  p. m.
t'ars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  5:50,  8:50,
and every  half hour thereafter until  11:80 p.  in.
Return   Fare:   Adults,   60c:   children   under  IL',  35c.
Sunday   Schedule���Cars  leave   Westminster   for   Vanci
a.  in.  and every  half  hour tin reafter until  11   p.  tn.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster   at   S   a.   ni ,   9
every half hour thereafter until  11:80   p.   in.
Sunday   Kxetnslon   Kates:   Return  fare.  fiOc;   children,
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster foi Vai
at 7:im a. in., 11:20 a. in. and 8:80 p. m. Freight cars lea'
couver  for  Westminster  at  0:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
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CITY   AND   SAPPERTON    LINE.
City Limits Line���20 minute service from 6:15 a. in. to 11 p m
Sunday   Service���Half   hourly  between   K a.  in.  and 11  1'   ,!1-
Sapperton  Line��� 20  minute  service, from 6:26 a. in. to 11   10 !' nl J
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5PORT1NGNEWS
ADVOCATESRETUKNtT
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAQE FIVE.
gQ]H RELEASED
r.Y VANCOUVER CLUB
With Con Jones Removes Tern-
on Bun Clark and
Sandy Cowan.
a as to the fate of Long'
. me I to be doomed to
.  |ob practicing with the
,   .   withoul    having   a
. [n ������' decenl game, have
i. for he has be in re-
e Vancouver club.    As a
t, be was releas e I sev-
,  i,in   the  managemenl
some  dicker   ��Ith   I o .
��� ,- facl did not  leal
releasing  Lo i| ���
.  , i,  thai   tin   local club
obje   Ions to Vancouver
irk and 6 indj  Got*  d
Day. Hogan an I O'Reill
pi i mitted  to  play   with
��� hey h ive nol
,n ince long enough to
i !,.  the association.
DUAL REFEREE SYSTEM
W.   E.   Ditchburn  Thinks Twenty-Four
Lacrosse   Players   Too   Many   for
One   Man   to   Handle.
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OFFICIAL
LOOKING   FOR   ROUTE
ae   27.���Foliowli
land from an exti    le
���   n  and  central  Oregi   ,
eneral manai ���
in    the    northv e
thai   he   I
���  .  purposi  o
as to the besl roul
lon   'if  tbe   Di   cl
Ri Imond.    He was
R    B.  Miller,  traffic
,    -   rt h western   I
��� ie Joui ney.
-   was quite candid
osi   be di    I ed ab-
iss thi   conclusions he
i nlflcanl   i ���
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Billy Ditchburn, who Is hilled for
the Pari .,. the villlan al the Dominion
",iy lacroB e match in Vancouver be-
Lwfen < "" Jones' Trdublers and the
Salmon Belli. g0| | |,ind ��� ,,.,���..
ment in  Vict .,,, . ,.,��� ,���
the  .;.,.,   thai   ll   ..     ���.   ,   ,,..,      ,,
ci   ol   a   hun in  beii      to   watch
twenty-foui   pla; i      3catt. re I over a
'  "   I      an I di the chi
t0 ,: " bhUi faction of a majority    in
other words, Mr. Ditchburn advoca i
a return to the dual n n  e<
According   to  thi   b dealer  in
'   Ivi   oi   i   oi     the play-
������ B. c league are too warj
t0 ' " often c m In   .,   : ii  frequently
happens   thai   the   refe i e   doi.-,   not
know   troul le  1 until   the
pari lea   dlrectlj   Intel        I        .    ...
'    ed   themselvi .,    left-Jack
As the referei    II I nol . ���.   tin
atari of the trouble, tl ere is n it
| tor  him  to do bu the two
P     ers.    With a n ten e and a judge
"' Pi iy, thi i e lit'!. ���    would be,'
If  nol   avol led   al   lea     more easily-
interfered with.
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!'",!i-':""'l Jerse)  cows. Implements, wagons, etc.,
an I househol I >      ���    <������-> -i-,_.   _��� ROn .   ,
i -,1m*.,   qsi,t,ua i over 3 yean
wulthard & Co-
Lhnslod.
REAL   ESTATE,    INSURANCE   AMD   FINANCIAL  AGENTS.
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Reserve  Your  Seats.
V section of the . d at Re ,
���   as! le  foi
ers who
Intend attendli        el .   on Do
minion D ncouvei     The usual
i  ��� can  bi
:���   al   Ryall'    di
STATE LOTTERY PRIZE
GOES TO  LABORERS
is bound to i
s;,id.     "1   con I        i
���   i.. be this yi ar,
It i ertainiy   is
.   WINS
.HT  CHAMPIONSHIP
Htarrj I ���
del   ited    Vo
��� d,   in   tin    ���
���   bi -
l   Sporting   i ub   I
. elterwi
England and a purse
I   ed all the wa: ,
ds   throwing   up
e ba i take n the i
rt and Sensible
io Nev    does nol  waste
discus In.    \ ancouver'g
:,. Mini i i    p    AH thai
. i i-bye, Vai     iver."
Bi                ��� I  prize
e P :
i'i vi : irtlj 'ii
In the
ire town i nd part-
I) to Bei Iin; li     ���         i e to tin
1 tenths, and in the 1st-
���   I i   extei t    of the remaining
i fifth.    The    ��� ��� again    was
ed betwei ] lace l
Stati Prussl
nd   elsewhere (      i ear,    In
Ing ai
i. ���   ans,      i ai tieularly
" -111: i > "till         ! mllli :
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to "play"  lottery, and,    I i   i
I ���.       ���            , e wholi
e found                ���  ��� : : .- "��������� win.
"f*k~m*-3��r-*al3BmSr^^
I Wish I Had!
D n't be among those who. a few years hence, will be saying these
sad words ol tongue or pen," hee;.   i they had not
Taken Advantage
real growth, now only begun, of New Westminster on both
-lues ol  the  River and  in  the surrounding District.
At the Right Time
wliich is just now, before everybody catches  on  and  property  soars
bi yond ordlnarj reach.
We Can Pot You Next
to the best things, City, Sui,urban. District, Waterfrontage, Improved
Farms, North, Cast.  South and West.
Some  unusual  snaps  for  a  short  time,  owing  to   special   circumstances, below market values.
FIRE INSURANCE
We can insure your house, furniture and other property in the strongest and most reliable companies at
the  right rates.
White, Shiles & Co,
Private   Money  to   Loan   on   Good   Improved City and  District Security.
028 Columbia St.
746 Columbia St.
���NEW    WESTMINSTER,  -  B.    C���
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Contractors and
House Builders
We have a full   line   of   tlie   Best
Builders  Hardware in this City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   ycu
money.     Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
REAL   ESTATE,
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Ttleohone  No. 333.
a, ������% A&ViJl
LIMITED.
INSURANCE   AND    TIMBER.
coiner  of  Columbia   and   Begbie   Streets.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B,   C.
June Weddin
^sffiBBE^Sr*.^^l?^^^?.SBK
Reading of Bylaw
Takes Up Much Time
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The Public
Supply Stores
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We are able to lit! in your wants in the Wedding Gift line from
$1.00 and up. If it is a Wedding Ring, or an Engagement King,
we can suit the most exacting requirements.
We shall be pleased to lune you call and consult us.
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Special This Week j Jq]^  g   Qmy
Odd Pieces of Glass J ^^ J
Odd Pieces of Glass
At 5c, 10c. 15c, 25c and 35c each
e from the East.
. utnee lt Is evident I l
111 have to tr> again. With
. two exceptions it l iol b
e I dead ones tor his
nters. New Westminster
ear lead, having b iten
ms, both i-i New West-
Vancouver, and they can
���   depended on to bold
I ���    ige,    although    Montr;.!
the mug in July, it is
\ I . iy that Job of bringing
er will be led  for the
���   the fall.���Toronto World.
American League.
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City e8rSe!  (,i<>'���Montreal. 2: .lorsey
^ Baltimore���Rochester, 3i   Baltl��
Northwestern   League.
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iin-1.1!1.8   Srl"nutz    and    Ulankcn-
L1��nauii ;,mi ouster.
No Uu���   Const Leaaue.
-,lllll�� on Monday.
be a] proved providing thai  Bami   is
planked and make safe and passable
traffic.
Mayor   Lee called  the  attention  of
; | .   council to the train bi i vice provided by the C.  P,  R. between here
and Westminster Junction.    He char-
. acterlzed it as disgraceful,   The matter waa referred to a C.  P.  K   complaint committee, consisting of Aldermen Welsh. Johnston and Cray.
Mayor Lee reported that he bad
taken the question of the new Great
Northern Btatlon up wltb the officials
in soattle an I negotiations to proceed
with the work were  under considera-
tlon' i    i.
Many   communications   were   dean
with iii  fast   time.
The Vancouver-Prince Rupert Meat
company applied tor a water connection Referred to the water committee.
\t the request of J. H, Vickers, Bro-
ley and Martin, and tbe Westholni
Lumber company, the time for receiving the tenders for laying the Coquitlam water main was extended until
next Mon lay.
The Fifth avenue Baptist church, of
Vancouver, was given permission to
hold ii picnic In Queens park on Wednesday, July 6.
I    11    Keller  and   others  petitioned
I that Brandon street, between Third
and Fourth Btreets, be opened up. Referred to board of works
A   loiter  from J.   B,   Wilson  asking
for a hydrant on the corner of Big nt n
avenue and Fourth street was filed,
i a,  the  water  committee   is  alread)
[making Investigations  In thai  dlreo-
:' '.'buries Geiiholm and oilier residents of Burnaby street, block 4, Bap-
1 ,,.���. asked to have their street
Opened up, as they all intended to
8JX One of the petitioners mention.
he fact that he was tired of carry-
fng lumber in on his backi Referred
io the board ol works.
A long  letter from  the municipal
committee of the hoard of trade con-
u,,���. recommendations made by
"at committee a) the annual meeting
i^��Xr^ffi^nffied
InTletttr have been taken ?P by
the council already and Mayor i
(,ll(Uon oi the toard ol Had.  in
endeavors. v    M    C    A
The  secretary o.    I.����� V  ���     ^ ^
asked the council toi  stree
ab0Ui    two   weeks.      Id"111
city engineer, i��.nelaUon  of
sS*c*a**r*^t*^��_
of the association, to be held in Siock
ton, Cal., soon. Referred to the h><
committee to act.
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We Have Just Received a shipment
of OLIVES. They
are a New Brand;
large and well packed.    All Prices. . .
Our
Preserving
Strawberries
are Here ! Get a
crate before they
are all gone.   .   .
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
DAILY        NEW
The  Fair
646 Columbia  Street.
Wc buy for cash and sed for thc same.
AfiiTflROER SENTENCED
TO LONG 'W IN PRISON
WATCHMAKER  AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust   Block.
Columbia   St.
Town   Treasurer   Who   Forged   Notes
for $300,000 Collapses When   He     |
.vi. i     Learns  His  Fata. LLItfc.
Cambridge. Mass., June 27.���Prison
doors closed today for ten years, if
not for life, on John J. Lombard, former town treasurer of Frainghain,
who bad confessed to forging town
notes aggregating $300,000 during the
past ten years.    He is sixty years old.
Lombard collapsed when the clerk
read the sentence of not less than
ten nor more than fifteen years in the
State prison.
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
MME. REJANE MEANS
TO   QUIT  THEATER
Paris. June 27.���Mme. Kejatie, tlie
creator of the role of Madame Sans-
JQcnc, is about to give up her miiiiii-
! gerial career and will surrender the
I Theater Itejane into other bands. She
: will join the forces or the Theater de
la Porto Saint-Martin, where she will
.tike the principal part In an import-
! ant new piece to be produced next
j autumn.
j Mine. Uejane has won the reputa-
| tlon of being almost too amiable as a
manager, and possibly this fact ts the
loal cause of the change, since amiability and economj are not always
compatible.
TRIED  AN AXE.
THE
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Borden, Sasl ., June 27.���Wasil Snii-
tamolf a Russian who owns a farm
east of Borden, was arrested hy the
U.N.W.M.P. on a charge of attempted
murder ,and was brought before the
local magistrate. While Alex Domas-
olT was removing a house from the
dismantled Doukohobor village, which
be bad bought from the Doukohobor's
site, of which had been sold by the
Doukhobors to Smltumoft. the latter
came up and demanded that as the
house bad not been taken away within
the fourteen days he had allowed for
clearing of buildings, the house must
ho left. Naturally, the Doukohobor
objected to having his house confiscated in this manner. Smltamoff, it
appears, flew into a rage, seized an
axe, and running at Domasoff, aimed
a blow at the later's head, which,
however, Domasoff successfully dodged, eventually escaping, Smltamoff
waB committed,
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That, you can secure the best fire protection In the city at the
lowest rates. 1 write insurance with no strings to it. You pay your
premium and your worry stops. None but the Best Companies in
the business are represented by me. All losses that they have
ever had have been satisfactorily adjusted.
Call or phone for particulars and rates.
ALFRED  W.  McLEOD
"The Insurance Man"
Suits 1. Curtis-Armstrong Blk.      Phone 62
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUr.SDAY,  JUNE 28
1910.
Monster  Reduction Sale
and SHOES
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Goods Sold
for Cash
Only, while
this Sale
Lasts
25c White   Polish
for 15c
Sold during this -l **
Sale     IOC
15c
All other 25c Polishes
to  be  sold  at   	
10c Polish for 5c
A large box of fine Dl.ick Shoe
Polish. Shines quickly and does not
injure the leather. Sold
during this Sale  	
5c
Sale in effect on Wednesday,
JUNE 29, and Lasting all
Through July.
Ladies' $4.00 values for $2.35
Fine Patent Leather and Chocolate   Vicl   Low   Shoes.     New   short
vamps and Cuban heel,    fl  values    Sold During ibis tf��Q  OP
Sale     q>Z.OO
Ladies' White Canvas Shoes
In plain or cap toe.   Low, medium and  Cuban  heels.    $2.25  values
sold during this d��1   A(\
Ladies' $6.00 values for $2.95
One  of  tlie  best   American   makes.   Patent Leather, French heels,
natural kid tops.    $<i value.  Sold during the reduc- *_*}  QC
Hon sale for   *��.4*P**
Ladies' White Canvas Shoes 95c
Oxford  Ties.    Hand  turned soles. Cuban heels. QC
$1.75 values.   Sold during the i eduction  sale for     *J*J\,
$1.25 values 95c
Kiddies' Barefoot Sandals. The solid
leather kind. Never sold for less than
$1.25.       Inning     the     reduction     sale
;:;y;;m    95c
$1.50 values 95c
Child's   Ked   Shape  Slippers.     Regular values $1.50 Sid dur- Q��
lng   Sale     S70C
No Goods
On Approval During
This Sale
Sale in effect on Wednesday,
June 29, and Lasting all
Through July.
The Truth About Shoe Conditions
The Spring Season has been, to say the least, decidedly disappointing. The cold rainy weather has
certainly put a damper on the sale of Summer Shoes, such as Oxford ties in Tans and Suedes, Canvas
goods and all Summer Footwear. We optimistically assembled the greatest spring stock of boots and slices
in our history. Thousands of pairs of Summer Shoes on our shelves that should be giving good service to
the wearer's feet.
TODAY WE ARE OVERLOADED
Of course, we could carry this surplus over into next season, but such an action would be in direct opposition to our firmly established policy; so we have taken the only steps possible to
Force Business At Once by Making Our August
Reductions Now
Think a moment���understand us fully. The reductions that we usually make in August, our regular
month of clearance, when stocks are depleted, go into effect RIGHT NOW on our entire big stock. Instead
of a Clearance Sale of the odds and ends of after stock-taking time, you have the choice and selections of
complete lines. In short, we are presenting shoes so desirably new and fine, and at prices so irresistably attractive, that in deference to your own good common sense you simply cannot pass up the opportunity.
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SHOES
Over 175 pairs a day must be sold before stock-taking, August 1st.
no object during the Great Reduction Sale.
They will be sold, for prices will be
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W. E. SINCLAIR
The Shoe Man
629 COLUMBIA STREET
NEW WESTMINSTER
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lESDAY,
JUNE 28, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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PAGE SEVEN.
Easterbrook Milling  Company
Eburne,   IJ. C.
FLOURI      FLOUR
** .niMr.AItlA
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HUNGARIAN JEWEt $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75   per  bbl.
TERMINAL .5.25  per Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.
STREET
HI
FRONT
ION AID TU THE
CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION
SELLS DAliGMER
to best Bidder
Sir Wilfrid to Make an Important Announcement in   Winnipeg���Gov-
ment May Grant $2,500,000.
FLOUR AND PEED MERCHANT
New Westminster.
Ottawa,
IJiiiif I     I
view of the Manitob
make
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11ic pi einler
ncemenl thai  will
"YOU
NEEDN'T
COME
AROUND"
to our office every lime you
mill it tun of coal���any of our
drivers will be glad to take
youi- order. Then, too, a postal will bring about tho same
result���good coal In your cellar nt short notice, Also, our
pbone Is Id good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 16.
Coal procured bere ls erack-a-
Jack coal, however secured.
la pi ..I, ible, in
___   i-i-.lions    ou
June   11,  that   Sir   Wilfrid  wil
.'  changes  hi   his   Manitoba
gram,   Wl lie In Manlioi .i
v. Ill make an amiotin
i lease   the  fai mers   with   rei peel   to
li 11.,in,-.! elevatoi i     I le has also been
advised to make a plain statement on
the boundarj  question, and the Hudson Day railway, li appears practically
settled that the governmenl will l.uild
and hand over the ll. B, Et. for operation   to  llie  Canadian   Northern   railway.
A must Importanl announcement
for Winnipeg will be thai pertaining
to tin- Centennial Exposition, it is
confidently stated here thai Sir Wilfrid has been won over to the o\|>osl-.|
tlon and wlll probably plane an amount
in.i   less  than   .2,�� ,000  In   the  estfc
man's as Canada's contribution. The
onlj string attached to it will be the
proviso  that   Winnipeg  and  the  rest
French Canadian Father in
Quebec Barters Girl For
Fifty Dollars.
GERMANY'S STANDING ARMY
MAY GROW TO ONE MILLION
Proposition   to    Increase   Strength
Subject of  Vigorous  Discussion
MiMtary   Circles.
Is
in
Ottawa,  June   27.���High   Constable
11. Groulex, of Hull, who has jus; returned   Iniiii  a   trip  to  Alitlield   town-
i, Que., brings down a story of a
"i's   alleged     bartering    of    his
d iu hter to the highest bidder.
According to Constable Groulex one
Ji.' Menard had a marriageable
daughter who was courted by a prominent young man in the village. He
asked Menard for his dan. liter's hand
in marriage but was astonished when
told thai it would cost him exactly
Slop before the marriage could take
place.    Not  having    the    necessary
lount, the engagement was broken.
Menard is alio, ml to have approached a young man named .1. Beaugard,
who was a close friend of his daughter
and offered to give him the girl in
marrl ge If he would pay the sum of
Boaugard is saia to have accept
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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Mi FITTINGS |
or th��'  province shall  raise  nol   loss
than $2 '��� ,000,
it has leaked om here thai Lt.-GoVi
McMillan Objected to sanctioning the
elections in Manitoba on July 11 be-
cause of the seeming dlcourtesy to
Sir Wilfrid, who was billed to Speak in
Winnipeg on thai date.
SERVANT GIRL   EXCITES
ARISTOCRATIC  BOSTON
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC   MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF       WOOD
V/ORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
EW
J.   BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Co-ner   Eleventh   and  Carline.
PHONE 473
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Bost6n, .lune 27.���Damages of $128,
allowed Mis. Ella L. Palmer In tho
unique suit broughl by her against
Hilda c. Anderson, a Swedish servant
girl, because the latter lefl her employ,
is the talk among the housewives of
Uoston today, trom the aristocrat^
Hack Hay to the edges of Chelsea.
Mrs, Palmer alle.ed thai the girl
agreed to work for her one year at
���>: 50 a week. When the girl had
been with her nine weeks she left
.suddenly for another job that paid
more money.
Counsel for the girl said: "Miss Anderson was not allowed company or
nights off and could not go to the
theater. She could not enjoy even
ordinary liberties, so she left."
An appeal was taken.
ed his terms, paid over the $r>u and
the two were married privately be-
t   .  a minister.
Kev. Father Gareau, parish priest,
al Masham. denounced the. marriage in
church on Sunday last as the parties
were Catholics, He declared the ceremony was illegal and they therefore
wenl through the ceremony again in
t,.-  Catholic church al   Masham.
Berlin, June 27.���,\ proposition to
Increase the strength of the German
army to make it correspond more
nearly to the growth of the population
is the.subjeet of a vigorous discussion
in military circles. Some of the ofli-.
eers and extreme nationalists are urg-'
ing that the army be increased by
more than one per cent of the total
population, in that event the entire
available force on a peace footing
would he brought well above one million men. Whatever the increase may
'be, a large part will be used in
Strengthening the engineer, ordinance
and technical corps, Including the airship battalions.
The question has been a subject of
negotiations   among  the  various  German state governments    and should
the proposal  be approved, a bill  for
Ithe necessary changes of organization
; will be broughl forward iii the autumn.
At   present   the  German    army  on  a
peace fooling consists of about 30,000
, officers and 588,000 non-coinmlssioned
officers and privates.
National Finance Co.
Limited
II. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New  Westminster.
Some
Good
Buys
Cloverdale
Twenty acres adjoining Clov-
erdsile townsite on McLolland
road,  nicely  situated  for  sub-
DEVIL'S OWN" DISCIPLINED.
COSTLY DRUNK.
Timber
B.C.
and
Mills
Trading
Lo.
Manufacturers and  Dealers In All Kinds ot
IUMEBR   LATH,   SHINGLES.  SASH,   DOORS.   INTERIOR
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK
FANCY  GLASS.
FINISH.
PLAIN     AND
Telephon
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
New   Westminster
Bor   137
Indian
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
Price $350, one quarter cash, balance 6, -1*.
and IS months. These lots are close to the
new cut off, and you will be wise if you step
in now and secure them.
Two Good Buys
2 nice lots on  Hamilton  St..   all cleared,
50x150.    Price $800 each cash, or .$1000 on
Attempt   to   Sell   Skins   Costs
Heavy  Fine.
North Hay, June 2',.���Henry Dokis,
| tbe Indian char, ed with an attempt io
sell beaver skins, was fined $50 and
costs, and his outfit, consisting of fifty
beaver and eighty muskrat skins, was
[confiscated. Iwkis may appeal the
Case, as he has considerable means,
having ain.uly drawn $13,000 from the
sab of the pine on the reserve, which
Is estimated to ultimately yield at
leas) $1,000,000, .*Uth tha!. a hmf
In I Indians io share in the division.
Holds, with his wife and family, was
returning from a hunting expedition
with tin skins, and. while under ihe
influence of liquor, offered the skins
for sale. At the trial he stated that]
Ic never had any intention of selling,
is he wished to have fur coats made
ior the members of his family!! nun. '
bering ten.
Wesleyan Students Meet and Vote in
Favor of  DisDanding.
Miildttown, Conn., June 21.���Mem-j
bers of Theta Mu EpSllon and ..eta j
Phi met today at Wesleyan university
and voted in favor or disbanding the
societies. This action was taken on
account of the conduct of active members of Theta Mu Hpislon, wbo recently invaded a church and did other unseemly things on their annual outing
at Old Saybrook. The members held
responsible for the pranks are known
as "The Devil's Own."
Jason Joy, of Oswego, N.Y., captain
of the football team; Julian Hayward.
of tbis city, captain of the basketball
team, and Vincent Pazetti, of Welles-
ley Mills, Mass., a halfback on the
football team, were disciplined for
taking part in the church raid.
Penalties range from censure to expulsion. A petition for reconsideration was dropped because very few-
were willing to sign it.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, John Beckett, of
Abbotsford, B.C., lumberman, intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria, B.C., for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and in the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked J. B.,
S. B. corner, planted at the S. 10. corner of Section 31, in Township 19.
Municipality of Sumas, N'ew Westmin-
,ster District; thence north SO cliains;
I thence west 80 cliains; thence south
i 80 chains; tlience east 80 cliains
point of commencement and containing fiiO acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this 9th
day of June. A.D., 11)10.
JOHN BECKETT.
division.
only $20
cash.
Price for quick
1 per acre.  One-
lalf
City
to   I
OLD CLAIMS SETTLED.
GOAT ATE TROUSERS.
From
Little  of   Everything  Spilled
Mail   Bag.
Hay. June 27.���Hla Majesty's
s scattered proniiscously along
Ambassador  Bryce  Will  Confer  With
Secretary   Knox   This   Week.
Washington. June 27.���Ambassador
Bryce will journey to Washington
from the summer home of the British
embassy in New Hampshire this week
for the purely ministerial function of
uniting with Secretary Knox in the
signing of a treaty providing for the
adjustment of certain pecuniary
claims of citizens of the United States
or Great  Britain against each other.
These may be regarded as "leftover
claims," that is, those which were not
included in other conventions and arbitrations during tbe past century. No
one knows the sum total involved,
though It can not be considerable.
TRAMPS OVER  DESERT
TO   SAVE   COMRADES
District of  New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I. T. Walters, of
Abbotsford. B.C., engineer, intend to
apply to tbe Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria. B.C., for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on .
and in the following described lands; '
Commencing at a post marked T. W.,
S. W. corner, planted at the S. W.
corner of Section 22, in Townsliip 19.
Municipal try of Sumas. New Westminster District: tlience north 80
chains; thence east 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence west 80
chains fo point of commencement and
containing  040  acres.
Dated at Abbotsford. B.C., this 9th
dav of June,  A.D., 1910.
T.  WALTERS.
Two snap lots on Seventh avenue. Three snap lots on Sixth
avenue. Price $625 to $700
each.
Some nicely located houses for
sale  at  snap   prices  for  this
month only.
Hall's Prairie
Road
from
Eighty   acres,   half   mile
Clayton   school.     Price   on
$85 per acre; a swell buy.
For full particulars see
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San Bernardino, June 27.���The hero
ic   tramp   of   Mining   Engineer  J.   L
terms.
Lot
F
on Uth St., Block 19,  Sub. block
nee $750 on terms.
12
Maple Rid&e
;,i acres of good land, close to Mission City
nee ia $155 per acre.   $1000 cash handles
Balance on very easy terms.
���ii!"*. s scattered ^X^Zm c'lZ ^ovV'twenty-two .idles of burn
PaClflC ?XP,T' m�� c,e Ba and n it stricken comrades who had been
ToX "email SS^uK the ear' overcome and saved them from a ho,
^ZDt?a!n thundered past they were r^ath ^^
drawn beneath t��Mrt��** JJl *���*a from Searles on Friday with
contents whirled J^Wj^J? S his fee. bound in sacking and a screen
for miles.   Departmental store pw�� Thc      ty
aSes were ruthlessly mangle^bjthe of burlap o e ^^
nytog .heels, and one man found MB  of seven  ��� ^    ^
���Mt in ,sTlvTecoPatarVerner, Th! completed tbe survey Thursday
vest at Cache Bay, the^co^ve      M*^       an(l   while  endeavoring    to
xv!au. a farmer s g. ,       . s call, i back       ^ aut
SfitSr!^ S5r2SScAJ~n-|8B* ^ miles distant,    became    be-
large Bectlon of territory.
National Finance Co.
Limited
H. P. LATHAM. Local Manager.
New   Westminster. ,
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At Kirk's Hardware
You can get Hammocks and Refrigerators, Screen Doors and Screen
Windows, Lawn Mowers and Sprinklers, Sreen Wire Enamelled, Rubber
Hose and Cotton Hose.
Sherwin-Williams  Paints.
"Ladies' Aid" Range.
T.KIRK
New Arrivals in
I   Ladies' Blouses
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a
postmaster at
trrestiii.  time
and the
Cache Hay ���*'-*'��� an in"
collecting the mail.
NEWSPAPER   MENANspoRTATloN
wildered. i
When the rescue party    went    in
search of the stricken men, all were
found except Walter Black, who had
| wandered   away   delirious.     He   was I
run down after iiuite a chase.
. , ,,,���,.> ������-_\  newspaper in-
vasSoJs: -----ris
announced In the Canada Gazette
day m the Incorporation ol the
,���ul  River  ^pld Trans"
wltb a capital ol $60,000
porators are W-. J-.^* ,.;,,,,��� olow
tulciit of
ime8 Muir,   of the Ot,
^^^      one
House of
I    A,   Cm rie, i
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M pp   of   Toronto
boy
WOULD EXPEL CHINESE.
to-
 Lake
company."
The ineor-
... Grange,   Ottawa
correspondent  o
g  w  Dafoe, Ottawa corres]
the w \ l'    James Muir,   i ��� -
,',,' -nil-  C    V, Matthews, one of
tnwa .loinnai. >..���>��� _
,,,, official reporters of UH
Stores
Mexicans    Plan  to  Dynamite
Owned by Celestials.
Naco, Ariz., June 27.���The Chinese
establishments at Cananea, Sonora,
have telegraphed the Chinese minister at Washington demanding protection from the Mexicans, it being reported that the Mexicans arc preparing to dynamite all Chinese stores
and expel the Celestials.
The  Chines,?  minister  in  Washing-
Children's Dresses
A. J. BIRTCH
The White House 617 Columbia Street
Commons,   and   Major  j.   -^ l'"J,"~; \t^."_ accredited to Mexico. Cananea
'm  �� ��� lts ha 1 no vegetables for a week, the
gardeners  being    afraid    to
INDS
British Canadian Securities
Company, Limited
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
The Dominion Trust
OKANAGAN  RANCHER Fl.._
RICH   ASBESTOS  VEIN
Chinese  ���..
bring their truck to town.
i sti ike of
Manard's ranc
Smyth
twelve to
bestos ore
surface width
fleriug "ie
its  of
. of the ore
New City Hall for Winnipeg.
Winnipeg, June 27.���Winnipeg Is to
have a new city hall to cost approximately two million dollars.    The present building, which lias done service
for .over thirty years, Is to be -pulle.
down  and  the  new  building  erected
upon Its site.   At the meeting of the
,tes that a vein ���.i��.......���   clty counc(|  iast evening lt  was  de-
fmirteon inches of solid as-   _W6d to caU fof compptltlve plans for
lias been discovered^ w ltli^a the8tructure and it is expected, that
actual  construction  will  be    started
this fall.
,,r     ilinp  "7.���A    rich
PentiC^beBsfolJrbe^madeJ
two miles from Oka-
nagan Fall*   according to   ^ report
br0Ug,^      nf the Ked   Mift'e farm. Mr.
Propr,et0traTes K* a vein containing
OVERUSE  IN   THE  Nl^Sf
t/i lr WIIL BRING RESULTS
of Vifty-six Inches. Bor-
vein of asbestos are  de-
ioil��.��""��:",��!l,l..b;rr,'
Writer Is Nomlnat ,d.
Schenestady. N.Y., June 27���Charles
Edward  Russell, magazine  writer, of
~   \i f��lv    it is stated that  New  York,  was named  for  governor
mCi      fin offered .350,000 ��t the state conference of the Social-
'" "af Ms nioperty contain-- lst party here today. A full state tick-
r 1|10 ''iet'C 'l^mrTlinrmravcitlfet was named,fcfcliuJing.one-; woman.
M*_____\aZE*^ fo]' swrSTSry or state,
cd. ihroi
Attention!
If you have Real Estate for Sale
If you want to Purchase Real Estate]
If you want any kind of Insurance written ]
If you want to Borrow Money
-Consult With-
McQuarrie Bros.
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^^^_ 609 Columbia Street   ^^^^^^^
the New Westminster CityS^iali^; !
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The Westminster Modern
Business School
If every young man and young
woman fully realized tlie advantages
of pursuing a course at this institution and then the opportunities offered
for profitable and congenial employment, he or she would not hesitate in
selecting tills School as an avenue
for advancement. We give the same
conscientious attention to placing our
students into positions as we do to
instruction. Satisfied students are
our  best advertisement.
A. L. BOUCK,
610   Columbia   St.
Principal
Crystal Theatre
KNIGHT   &   VERNER,   Proprietors.
"Shadow of the Cross."
"Beethoven,"  a  new  Imp.
"Carl Hagenbeck's Menagerie."
"Streets in Cairo," scenic.
"A  Home at Last," comedy.
"The Shaugraum."
Mr. W. J. Sayce will sing "The Holy
City."
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E.  R.  Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US   A   TRIAL
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storage!
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
Two bear cubs have been presented
to the tii> zoo by F. Hanna. a timber
ci ulser.
[McQuarrie Bros, are Specialists in
Xew Westminster realty. Watch their
advertisements for bargains. *��
Miss Sophie Bilodeau and .Miss Mabel Fletcher leave today lor Matstiui,
where they will spend a few days, the
guests of Miss Watson.
For Geraniums, Dahlias and all
kinds of Spring Bedding Plants plume
Davis' Greenhouse, K   .... **
The members of t he West End
Methodist Epworth league are Inning
a trolley party tonight to English bay.
leaving the 11. I'. E. R. depot at
6:50 p. in.
Naming Charles Symonds as co respondent. Alexander Aiehihal.l. <,i
Abbotsford, is suing his wife for divorce. \V. t'l. MeQuanio is acting fur
the plaintiff.
Carloads in and more on the way.
See our stock. We defy competition.
For Anything in the Furniture line
come  to  W.   I-.'.  Fales. **
Tho annual garden party of St. Stephens Presbyterian church will be
held this afternoon at the residence of
Mrs. John McKenzie, St. Patrick
street.
The management of the Bohemian
Cafe sees to it that the best only is
served there. **
C. H. Clow has been appointed
architect of the proposed Y. M. C. A.
building, and will proceed at once
witli the completion of the tentative
plans.
McQuarrie Bros, are now ready to
do business in the real estate and
insurance lines. Office, 6.09, Columbia
street. **
A. Malins loaves tomorrow on a
short holiday to the Pacific coast: it
is his intention to be present at the
Jeffries-Johnson contest on July 4 at
Reno,  Nev.
Sons of Scotland picnic to Westminster Junction, July 1. Sports,
highland dancing and piping. Trains
leaves 9:10 a.m. Come and have a
good time. **
At the recent meeting of the Grand
Lodge of Masons in Kamloops, Mayor
Lee was elected right worshipful deputy district Grand master of Masonic
district number two.
At the residence of S. F. Mark. 707
Agnes street, an ice cream and strawberry social will be given tomorrow
evening under the auspices of the St.
Pauls Reformed Episcopal church.
In tbe police court yesterday afternoon Peter Toney was sentenced to
two months in jail for stealing money
from two Belgians. The men h:> , d
been drinking together at the time
of tbe theft.
Sir Christopher Furness, who was
elevated to the peerage when King
George created a number of peers on
his birthday, is a director of the National General Fire Insurance coin-
pany, of London, England, of which
A.  W.  McLeod  is the local audit
Cleared acre tracts on the B. C.
Electric fronting on the Newton
Itoad: highly productive soil; in well
settled locality; won't he oxer twenty minutes on Un- Chilliwack line;
$300 each and easy terms. Newton
I Road frontage is the plum for the
earliest buyers. **
i C. 11. Gates, of Crocker island, has
applied at the office of tlie mining recorder for one miner's inch of water
lo be taken from Clementine creek
mi lhe island, the water to be UHBd
for doiiu stic pur].oses.
An   interesting  and   historical   relic
lias just   been  received  from tlie old
country by Arthur Malins. this being
��� the   brass   inkstand   used   by   Chai les
Dickens at Gads Hill, where the great
author died.
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TUESDAY, jUNE
ur Alteration
ale Prices
1 Five more applications for licenses
'to prospect for coal and oil were liled
in the olflce of the mining recorder
yesterday. L. C. Fere ��� applied for
two licenses and W. I. Ewart, C. Wld-
rig and A. A. Ewart for one each. All
the applications cover lands in district  lot  1803.
The death occurred at Mlllside on
Sunday of Baptiste Picard. a French-
Canadian carpenter in the employ ot
the Fraser River mills, lie was seventy-six years of age and a native of
Quebec. The funeral will take place
on Tuesday morning to the Unman
Catholic cemetery.
The Alerts and Maple Leafs meet
in a regular league baseball game at
6:30 p. in. at Queens park today.
Alf Turner will probably act as umpire. The Alerts are feeling confident
after their recent victories over the
Balmorals, and if they win this game
will have a good chance for the league
honors. The Alerts team will be
picked from the following players.
Poupore, Peele. McPbail, .lamleson.
Brown. Glass, Sinclair, Starr, Fitzgerald, Reilly, Oswald. Robertson,
Mahers, Wickwire and Peck.
For a pleasant cool dilnk. try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. **
In the police court yesterday 11
Thompson accused A. Boal of assault,
but Boal successfully established a
plea of self defence. In the evidence
taken it was shown thai Thompson
was in bed dreaming, and in the ex
cltement brought about by some drama enacted by bis Imagination lie
used some bad language. This was
not acceptable to bis companions, who
removed the bedclothes, which
aroused and infuriated Thompson. In
the row that followed Thompson had
his face badly mangled, but the court
considered that he had been the aggressor and his alleged assailant was
discharged from custody.
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Prescriptions
You may be sure you will
get the best service If you bring
your prescription to us. No
matter what doctor gives the
prescription we can fill it and
give you exactly what is ordered, at fair prices. None but
competent dispensers employed.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Sup/dies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long     Distance,    7-1;
Residence, 72.
New    Westminster,    B.   C. I
COME AND
SEE US
In Our New Quarters in the
DEANE BLOCK
Four  Doors   Fast   of   Pank   of
Montreal
We Have Just Received a Fresh
Stock of Popham's Chocolates
T. J. MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Columbia St.   New Westminster.
 THE	
MERCHANTS' BANK OF CANADA
Head Office    -    Montreal, Que.
Capital $6,000,000
Rest Funds  4,600,000
Total Assets (over)  66,000,000
ESTABLISHED  1864. ' ";'
This Bank has 145 Branches in Canada.
A General Banking Business
Transacted
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
We give Special Attention to Savings Bank Deposits
$1.00 Starts an Account
Best rates of Interest paid.   No delay in
Withdrawals
OPEN SATURDAY   EVENINGS   FROM 7 TO 9.
This gives everybody, working men, merchants, etc.,
an opportunity of cashing cheques or making deposits
New Westminster Branch, H. C. Adams, Mgr.
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 THESE  WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
5 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
of  this  property.    $350  each.   Terms.
Id lots extending from First to Second street. This property
la especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
Will prove a boon to hundreds of our customers
in the purchase of their holiday necessities.
This week brings a holiday, a break in the
steady grind of business. Shop early that you may
avoid the "last day" crowds.���Read on.
BOYS' AND GIRLS'
CLOTHING
Our BIG ALTERATION SALE makes NEW
PRICES on Boys' and Girls' White and
Colored   Dresses.
Girls' Sailor Dresses, $1.95 Each
Regular $2.25 to $-'.7.'<. Good materials, well put together, nice
patterns ami trimmings, nil put together made Borne ef the nicest*
Wash Dresses possible to buy. Materials are Ginghams, Chambrays,
Ducks, mills and Galateaa in white or colors with contrasting collar
plainly made or wltb braid trim min. . Si/t s for .his 4 to 16 years.
Sale price, each, $1.95.
Boys' Buster Suits, $1.25 Each
Regular Values up to $1.75.
Strong materials in attractive colors ami styles.    Clothing inhere is superior in every way. These   Boys'  BuStei   Suits are  the  right
kinds   for   hoys   who   are   sure   to   give   them   bard   wear.     Size-   for
hoys  2  to  *   veins.
Girls' Colored Dresses, 75c Each
Regular Values Up to $1.00.
Holland Galatea and Chambray Dresses in plain or Btrlpi i weaves.
This lot contains a spleinliil assortment sure to appeal to the likes
of thc little folk ami Ihe purses of those who ha\c to pay lor them.
Your choice ut  sale  price, each,    75c.
Summer Undermuslins
White wear of every description away down In price as an in
(lucement to quick buying.
White Cambric Night Gowns, 95c Each
Regular values to $1.35.   Women's Fine Cambric and English Long
('huh Night, owns. Made in large, full si/e. Nicely trfamed with
Insertion and embroideries, wHIi or without yokes. All Sizes.
Each 95c.
Underskirts, 95c Each
White Cambric and Longcloth Underskirts with wide full double
flounces. All lengths and sizes. Regular values $1.25 and (1.35. Sale
price,   Each,   95c.
Corset Covers, 35c Each
A splendid range of nd.l lines to be cleared at (his pri;e. All
slz< s.
Ladies' Drawers, 35c Eech
Opefl and closed Whi'e Cambric Drawers with hemstitched ami
embroidery tiImtcincs.
Holiday Neckwear
Do not forget the personal appearance. We endeavor to keep i'i
niiuil the demands of our customers who are particular ahout their
Neckwear. Despite the facl that we are busy cl arlng oul our overstocks In every depart nun! we keep In touch v. Ith tbe manufacturers Of Neckwear Novelties. Wo mention lieie a few of the very newest styles���just arrive I. Every article sold at sale prices���another
feature of our Neckwear Department
Polaire Collars. All white tind White with neat bands or red silk
as trimming.
Chantecler Bows, Pheasant Tai's, Dutch Collars of Lace, with under lining of Paisley silk Square Cut Dutch Collars in line qualities.
Two Tone Jabots and Dutch Collars, etc. We have added lo our
usual showing a flne nssortnu nl of hotter qualities i" response to
a large demand for goo Is of h gh character. Ask to see the new
vari' t!es.    Our show cases are full of them.
W. S. COLLISI
White Shirt-
Waists, $1.35
Each
Regular   -,..
$3.75,    Noti   ���        ne8i   TlJ
make    possfl h     q    .
showing       tills
Blouses    wi
splendid      Wl Iti
Bhlrtwali I
price    whici; Intended
to   sell   at   $1.50  each,
ha\e   howevI
price to the i
limit,  ami   to tin
6   dozen   of   i  ���
broiden d Wai I
have bei ome I
and    16    onlj
Itlouses     with ���    and
three (|iiartei   li
regular pi lei B ol
up to J3.76    T ���   e
goi a  on  salt
each, $1.35.
30 Pieces of
Veiling, 20c
Per Yard
A     general ���'   of
all the odd li
pice, s    . hi, h
ular dining tl
Hi own,  Navj
ami Hi own al .
ami    While   ai  I    '  ������>'   ���������
White con.hi'
most numerous li   I ���
tions placed on i
low   price.     Rei ular  value;
35c   to  76c  pi The
lot, to clear, at, per yard, 20c.
16 Boxes of
Flowers and
Foliage-Half
Price
So many prices are In '-'��� ���������
lot of dowers that it is Impossible to put tbem on sale
at any one particular price
Tl e 11 i e is cut In two, however, and merit a nuipk S;|U'
Regular prices le to I
On   sale,  each,   23c  to $l0��-
Another Line
of Trimmed
Sailors and
Shapes, $2.00
Another special offei   from
the Mi'linery Section makes
it possible for ano
(her Iif')'
women    to    secure    one   of
our
ice
ID
these   Popular   ii"1*-
previous   Hues   at   tills  ���     "
prove 1    most    popular
early if you deBlre a service
ahle hut  at  a fraction of tllfl
original price.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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