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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
LBrE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTE"
VOLUME 5, NUMBER 90,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. ('., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY
910,
EIGHT PAGES,
PR1C
ENT&
BENEATH FREIGHT CAR
Harry Haliburton Badly
Mangled in C.P.R. Yards
Last Night.
���
iKtl
\   i,:ul  accident   occurred    in    the
p   ii   yards here ahout nine o'clock
a..,   night,   when   Harry   Haliburton,
brakeman, was crushed beneath a
teighl   car,  suffering   Buch   injuries
hai  iiis right  leg  had  to be ampu
Hied.
Haliburton was working on the nigni
i,,n in the vicinity of Twelfth and
fhirteenth streets, where Home cars
i-ei-e Bhunting, when In some manner
fell beneath a moving freight car.
e  trucks of  the  ear  went   over  his
���rostrate body, grinding tils right leg
to  pieces and   breaking  his  arm  in
Uveral places.
I   i lectors   Manchester,    Kenny    and
aValker  were  at   once summoned   awl
'tin Injured man was taken to tbe
Bo, al Columbian hospital. It was evident that the only hopes of saving
his life lay ill amputating his leg.
and IM. Walker pei feline.I the operation wiihiii an lem' "i two of tlie
^���cidelit.
���llaliinirioii is an American, who has
bo, i! is .\'V, Wi si minster for about
tin . ���    ineiiih  .   dm iiu;   w l.if-ii   time   be
Kis been employed with the C, P. R.
He is about t wenty ei. in years old anl
���nmarried.   He has a brother, a fl. N.
���al ������������i*   conductor,   running   out   of
|   i rett.
ust as The  Nev^s is going to press
���ivord   is   received   from   the   hospital
|t-   I   Haliburton   died   at  four   o'clock.
WHITE PLAGUE FOES    mots nit lady to be many wed away from i posi MASTER KENNEDY
DISCUSS PROBLEM
GIVEN DEGREE OE CHIVALRY  OPERETTA "TRIAL BY JURY"
Experts in Washington Try
to Find Out Causes and
Cure of Disease.
i
CITY   LOTS   IN   DEMAND.
���opcrty   in   West   End   Is   Attracting
Attention Just   Now.
acreai e  has  nol   bi en   In
i ��� tt ind  t he last  few days, city
its have been sell fn elj  and there
���   movement   In  lets  in  the
��� I, particularly in city blocks
11,   and   thl    prlci      In i e   have
��� onsidi i ably   dui Ing  the  last
o   in paiticular ieason < s
i   there  were    Inquiries    for
ere ibouts for a manul icl ur-
��� i
-   is also a Bpeculath e de
ppi rton   lol j al    thi    i xti erne
t come   owing ti   tin   pi oba-
I the B. C. Electric Ry. cutting
I lie. i
.-apperton  BUbdh isi in   will
be pul on thi       i    t b;   E\ ans
.,-   . it h lots at verj   reat
��� a   , to tempt thi   Bpecu-
C  Secui Ities repot t a st i d;
dui ing t he lasl few wi i ks In
an.l   the   National   Finance
has done a big business In
buyln     thei e   being  chli flj
��� > i\er.
'.de lias heen re 'elvlni   - ii
attention owing to the tram
which  are looming   up  and
���.   advertising  from   Vancou-
et    Thei i  Is cl eap Btuff to be plcki d
���  ���  thai will pay small in\estori
Washington, May 3.���Whether tuberculosis is caused by milk or moat
infected from bovine BOUrci s and what
may be the best employment for tubercular patients, were the BUbjectS dis
cussed today at the session of the
national association for the study and
prevention of the disease. Discussion
on the former topic was started bj
Dr. William II. Park, Of N'-w York.
and on the latter by Dr. A. M. i'< Bter,
of Louisville, Ky. Dr. Park held that
pulmonary tuberculosis among adults
was not the result of Impure milks or
foods,
Dr. Adulphus Knopf, of New York.
attacked the Nebraska law which requires Indigent consumptives to sab
mil to the serum treatment, and also
the action of the Oklahoma state
board of medical examiners which for-
bids any physician to practice in the
state if he is Buffering or has Buffered
from tuberculosis,
Lr. Talk's paper was followed by
wide discussion. Dr. .Maishall Fay-
ban, of Uoston, presented the story
of two eases of human tuberculosis
In which the bovine type of baclll is
was associated.
Following Dr. Knopf's paper in the
clinical section, Dr, All.en p, Fran-
cine, of Philadelphia, declared thai all
medical colleges Bhould make tuberculosis a special branch and Hive it a
pei manenl ; lace In t he cut ricula.
Coveted   Odd   Fellows'   Decoration   to   Large Crowd  Greets  First   Production
Be Conferred in This City for the
First   Time   Tonight.
For the lirst. time In the history of
New Westminster Odd Fellowship, the
degre ��� of Chivalry will be conferred
in this clty this evening, when Mrs.
W, E. A. Gilley wlll be decorated,
little Miss Dorothy Adams, daughter
of  George   Adams,   pinning   on   the
jewel.
The ceremonies incidental to the
conferring of the degree wlll be performed by Canton New Westminster
.No. -i, assisted by Vancouver Canton
No. 1, C. S. Keith, P. M., P.O. R., will
command the local canton, assisted
by Major George Adams.
Dancing and refreshments will follow the decoration.
of   Pleasing   Performance   at
St. Barnabas.
CUSTOMS OF APRIL
SHOW BIG
NCREASE
TROUBLE IN MATUATU.
Deposition   of   King   of   Willis   Island
Annoys   Natives.
Victoi la, May 3.- Becaut e they deposed the kin. of Wallis Island and
placed another chief on his thn ne,
the blacks of the S tuth Sea island-.
re tc ��� Islted bj a Fn nch wat sh i
in  June, ;to new ���  brou
by the Bteamer Mi kut a, �� hii h reacln t
pot i today.
It was expected there would be a
bl trlb -l Qghl over thi de] sll lon,
bul the king had no following. Th -
��� over the French i es l-
lent '��� Ing a promlm I cl :- f in
the king's name. The banl I
man lei went straight to Mai la-
tu, the king's tow n and , emoved him
I iy.
Wallis  island  Is  a   French  pr< ti
torati.
Ottawa, May 3.���The customs revenue for April totalled $5,054,770, tin
increase of $1,093,092, or over twenty-
live per cent, compared with April
last j ear. Imports continue to break
nil  records.
lion. George E, Foster resumed -his
seat in the commons yesterday morning alter si\ weeks' illness, follow-
in. his libel action against The Globe.
Foster is convalescing slowly from a
sei ious nervous breakdown, and will
spend the summer quietly at his old
home in New Brunswick. This morning he was given a hearty reception
by fi How members in the house, ids
appearance being greeted with vigorous and continued applause.
The bill to Incorporate a retail m< r-
chants' association of Canada was
I at se.l after a Stiff fight.
COTTON   DISPUTE   SERIOUS.
Lancashire   Mills  Will   Announce  Five
Per Cent.  W.ige   Reducti.cn.
London,   May
cotton  dispute is
ti rs ��ill probablj
cert, reduction in
The    opt rallies
action, lf dei    ed
The presentation of the operetta
"Trial by Jury," given by the st. Barnabas Dramatic cluii, last night was
a huge success in almost every parti' ular save that of accommodation.
St. Barnabas ball prosed much tiro
small to accommodate the crowd,
many of whom were standing ami
many more of Whom were seated s i
uncomfortably that they could not possibly enjoy tiie performance. Chairs
were crammed Into the aisles in such
a way that exit would have heen Im-
po   Ible in case of accident.
However,    those    who    did    get    a
glimpse ol the show saw something
Well worth attending, and (hose who
did not see, but were able to hear,
were also fortunate, though in a
lesser degree. Probably the most noticeable feature of the production was
the beauty of the bridesmaids, who
were summoned as witnesses in the
old but ever-new attempt of the fair
spinster to collect damages from a
nervous youth with backsliding propensities. Charming is a mild work
to apply to the six young ladies, .Miss
Jeanette Peele, Miss Elsie Emett, Miss
MacGowan, Miss Norah Armstrong,
Miss Josephine Martin and Miss Corbould, who backed up the rejected
bi Ule in her preposterous hut successful   claims.
The fair plaintiff. Miss Vera Corbould, acted her part exceptionally
well and her sin. ing was appreciated.
The judge, Bernard Hill, was flne, and j
Nigel 0'Bi.an, as counsel tor the]
plaintiff, made a great bit. His sing-
Ing was Bplendld. li. Mackness as
the deft ndanl Bhone In a difficult
role. 'l'he ether parts were well
taken.
The playing  of  Frank   Major,  who
acted as accompanist, was a factor m
making the performance the success |
it  was.
Previous to "Trial  by Jury" there j
a     .,,:;   musical   program which
v as much enjoyed by the audience.
Over #>"  was r< alized at  the per-
R
Finds Duties too Arduous
and Will Retire From Office on June 1.
h
Cheap Sunday Paper.
Boi toi . Maj 3.   Announci mi nl wi
!��� ade  bj   Thi    B iston   Jo it nal   I   '
���  a    it  win  issue a  one-cent   Sundaj
n   beginning   ��Ith   ni xl   S u d j
morning.
.THEATRE   PATRON   SITS
DOWN   ON   HAT   PINS
Los Angeles, May 3.���Percy Van
1 'yki, ii \ Isltor from New \ oi k, entered ,. darkened motion picture theatre yesterday, pushed his way along a
row ol seats occupied mostly by women, sat down and instantly leaped
ii:i'�� the air, yelling. He had come
���down mi a phalanx of long, sharp
pal   pins.
Iils bod)   slim  into the    darkness
:   i he lauded in the lap of a woman
���""'���    This   woman's   escort   Immediately leaped upon Van Dyke and
fuere were stuns 0| panic ;��� Ult, twj.
"  "'  the house, when the  police
re called.
I  V:;" ">K" waa taken to the recelv-
ling hospital,
iiEOKIilJN BAY SCHEME
DISCUSSED IN COMMONS
I.���The   Lancashire
serious     The mas-
announce a five per
. iges today,
demand   thai   tl I -
ne ,        ;   by trade  fori tance.
conditions, be :    tponed for one year.      The  "l'1 n "::   wil1
The  en ployi   -   are    villing   I >   post-'nexl
action until Sei tember, but this
omli e is not favored by the op-
erati\ es.
municipal hall under
St. Alban's church.
'������ given again
in the Burnaby
the aus] ices of
INVESTIGATION.
EMPIRE   DAY   MOVEMENT.
Earl
Im-
pre-
who
will
o' Me?,th Tel's of Growth of
perial Sentirrent.
London. May 3.���Lord M th
���:: I i thai the 7 500,000 scholars
l st j ear obset ved Emi Ire l lay
be largely Increasi d In number
year. Many poor schools throughout
the Empire have no flag, he says. He
asks a supply from believers In a
movement for a healthy national influence being a non-party, non-aggressive
( (fort to awaken all British peoples
to the magnitude and seriousness of
the responsibilities of British citizenship.
NOTE   WAS   DISRESFECTFUL.
Large  Sum  of  Money  Will   Be  Spent
in French River Section���Earning
Power   Guaranteed.
li;
V, i
IWORRY IRISH LANDLORDS
BY  DRIVING CATTLE AWAY
t-ondon. May 3.-Cattle driving, that
I"""1  l,l|">  ��f  Political  imitation    has
boen  resumed  In   Ireland,  m  county
Jestmeath, where until the passage
'   ,h" '"'"'''l government's land bill
orJ*year or two ago it had been rife.
ll>6 plan   usually   followed   is  for  a
Party  Of  peasants to descend  on  the
',"u'' ��< a landholder who by letting
"8    and  for   pasturage   has   Incurred
'',"  '" Will   Of  his  neighbors,  most   of
Whom favor the abolition of this svs-
lll , lll"n   "ie  cattle  are   collected
! "    !nr"  tor "lill>s across country
1;' ���",M"     Usually they ure recovered.
""' occasionally they cannot be found.
���Nl;iU' are ever stolen.
,11;1' cattle-driving campaign was
'//''',;'"'"! by L. Ginnell, a nationalist
number of parliament, who was a
warm supporter of the abolition of the
pie,en'   Iiisll land tenure system.
JAPANESE  THREATEN
STRIKE   IN   HONOLULU
Ottawa. May I',.���The amended propositions of the Montreal, Ottawa &
Georgian Hay Canal company were
completed In the house of commons
this morning. These apply only to
the Georgian hay French river section
and  are as follows:
1. The control and ownership of the
canal to be In the hands of the company, the government, if so desiring,
to be represented.
2. The company to construct and
opt rate the canal.
::. The capital to be $100,000,000 of
bonds, and .50,000,000 slock, of wliich
$25,000,000 bonds and $12,500 000 stock
would be applied to the French river
.ection.
4, The government to guarantee to
the bondholders that the net earnings
of the canal shall not he less than
;; 1 _' per cent, per annum, of which
:: per cent, would go to the bondholders and one-half per cent, he applied
as a sinking fund, the government
guarantee   to   be   limited   to   $750,000
per annum.
WORKMEN HURT.
Over Twenty Workers Injured in
Philadelphia Explosion.
Philadelphia, May 3.���More than a
score of workmen were injured this
afternoon ln an explosion in the tenting house of the fertilizer works on
M. L. Shoemaker . Co., Ltd., at Delaware avenue and Venango streets, in
the northeastern portion of the city.
A report thai several men were killed
is being  investigated.
KASLO   HOTEL   COLLAPSES.
Peruvian  Minister Must Revise Terms
of His Resignation.
Lima,   Peru.   May   ".���The   note  of!
resignation  which  the  Peruvian  min-1
later  to  the  Argentine   Republic,  E.
de   Lariva Aguero,  presented  to the
government has been returned to him
returned   to  him   because   of  its  al-;
leged disrespectful terms.
In  resigning the minister said that j
tin-   direction   of   foreign   affairs   ,in
Peni had been characterized by many
mistakes   during   the   past   ninetei n
months.
Another   Dreadnought   at   Sei.
London. May Ik���The tenth Dreadnought which is named the St. Vincent, was placed in commission today.
Causes Leading to Paper Mills Strike,
to Be Probed.
Albany, N. Y., May 3. ��� Attorney
General O'Malley today designated
t ��� p itj Attorney i'e neral .lames S. Kile;, to act as counsel for the state
board of mediation and arbitration In
an Investigation ordered by the state
commissioner of labor Into the dispute hetween the International Paper
company and its employees who have
on strike for several weeks.
By ordering the investigation the
commissioner of labor hopes to get
at the cause of the strike, and pos-
slbly bring about a settlement of the
1 difficulties.
This is the flrst time such an invest!-
! gation has heen ordered by the state
since 1899.   John Lundrigan and P. J.
I Downey, of the state labor department,
j members of the hoards, went to Corinth tonight, accompanied by Mr. Ki-
ley. where the first hearing will take
'place at 11 a. m. tomorrow.
George Kennedy, postmaster of the
local ollice, yesterday forwarded ids
resignation from office to the postmaster general, the same to tak ��� effect on the first, of June. It is customary to give one month's notice of
leaving, and ln order to he assured
the department would be notified on
time Mr. Kennedy telegraphed tbat
his written resignation was on its
way,
Mr, Kennedy has been contemplating leaving the postal service for some
time, but Ids decision was hastt ned
by reason of the insufficient strength
of staff with wliich thc ofiice has
been manned since it want under the
semi-staff basis, the department having two clerks less on the pay roll
than was the case during the time
Mr.  Kennedy had a free hand.
Chief Post. Office Superintendent
Ross, of Toronto, who supervises the
offlci s on a semi-staff basis all over
Canada, has made the recommendation
to the government which resulted in
reducing the staff, in spite of the fact
that Mr. Kennedy, and Assistant Post
Office Inspector Murray, of Vancouver,
both sent strong letters of protest to
the department against any lessening
in the number of clerks employed.
This decrease, coming at a time
when the department schrdl shrdlu u
when the local office is overburdened
with work, has thrown a treat deal
more labor on the postmaster. Mr.
Kennedy dm s not consider it just
to be called upon to do this extra
work, and prefers to resign, believing
that by his action the departmenl will
see the force of his former demands
and appoint the extra clerks needed,
thereby making conditions more favorable for his successor.
When Mr. Kennedy steps out of his
private ollice on the lirst of nt xl
month, be will have spent exactly ten
years of his life as postmaster of New
Westminster, having succeeded J. C.
Brown, now warden of the British Co-
luml ia penitentiary, to ofiice on June
1. 1900. He had a previous experience in posta.l work, having acted as
postmaster for six months about
twenty years ago, when Mr Brown
was away on a trip to Europe.
Previous to entering the civil service. Mr. Kennedy was editor of the
Columbian newspaper, then owned by
Kennedy Brothers, He intends supplementing the three-months' rest he
enjoyed during the time that elapsed
between the cessation of his newspaper work and the taking up of his
post otlice duties by a longer period
of relaxation, commencing in four
weeks' time. His plans for the future
are unformed.
MAY DAY DETAIL.
ARE All SL 9��
Friday Will Be Gala Day
For Kiddies���Masked Lancers at Evening Ball.
SECURED OLD CURRENCY
FOR USE IN CANADA
Between two and three thousand
children, mostly girls, are i \ peeled
to take part in the May Day festivities on Friday, this being the estimated juvenile population of 'his citj .
An child absent from Queen's park
on Friday afternoon will either be ill.
in bed or locked up in the coal cellar..
The last committee meeting prior to
the   big   event    took    place   yesterday
evening   and    was   largely   attended!
Most of the session  was occupied ir,
discussing a feasilde procession roub
to the park, the consensus of opinion
being that Columbia street should l<c-
Included,  if at  all  possible,    it  was-
declded   that  Mayor  Lee,  who  is   hj -
at  Harrison, should be telegraphed tc.-
and   asked   to   authorize   the   putting
Into   temporary   condition   a   t'timhet
of dangerous places on the south sddo
of   Columbia   street.     The   safety   ot."
tho   children,   however,   will   be   tfK��
flrst. consideration, ancl If the eumirrri-
tee In charge decides Columbia stre��f
offers  too  many pitfalls  for  the  kli-
dies, the procession will travel trota
the  Uussell  hotel  to the park along;
other streets.
Included in the procession will be
a number of automobiles, five trolleys, the Vancouver Boy Scouts, 12(>v
strong: the Westminster Hoys' Brigade, 40 strong; several ponies, ridden and driven, and a number of
floats.
An innovation to be Introduced this
year   is   the   appearance   of  the  ex-
master of ceremonies with the mas
ter of ceremonies, both in th i parad<
and at the grounds.    After the sports
are  concluded,   the   officials.  Accompanied by the Royal pany. will  paj
the annual visit to the hosplt lis aridl
to the asylum.
The last dances cf the evening ir.-
which the children take part will be*
led off by a number of big masques^
specially Imported from Vancouver
This feature is sure to pleaee thes
children if it does not unduly frfghten
them.
A request to all merchants and tr>
caretakers of all public buildings, to
hoist flags on the eventful dav wast
voiced ie. the committer. The dispfij
of bunting, it is considered, will
greatly add to the joyous appearance?
of the occasion.
Four  thousand   bags of candy ami*
about  two thousand  yards of ribbon
will he distributed to the children at
the grounds.
As previously decided upon, five-
Maypoles will be in use this year.fotn ���
of these being se; at the angles of ;/.
forty-foot square, in the centre ef"
which the May Queen's party will
twine the Royal Maypole.
FISH   KILLS   BULL.
FOUR   HUNDRED   GARDEN
LABORERS  MAY  STRIKE
. ' ��nolulu, May 3.���A great strike of
i      "'I'aiiese plantation laborers through-
' '; 'he Islands is threatened, accord-
1    ' ��� Japanese leaders hero today,
��� v Japanese in (ouch with the sltua-
"'," Bald  today  thai   the  laborers are
organizing that all will qui! work when
:       tne order comes.
This  territory   will   he   paralyzed
w"en the strike comes
speaker
Building Lctves Supports and Drops
to Ground Suddenly.
Nelson . Mav 3.���Yesterday afternoon the Great Northern hotel at
Rush, left Its supports and dropped
between three and four ford. At the
time Bovoral men were sleeping In
(he building an.l luckily escaped with
a severe shaking.
The adjoining Opera Combine build-
Ing Is leaning over verv badly and to
declared the   save  any  serious   results  the  city Is
��� to take steps for Its removal.
Time  Worn  Cash  Said to  Have  Been
Circulated  in  Connection With
A. & G. W. Deal.
Bovine's Queer Taste at Corr.e'l Ha&
Fatal Ending.
Ithica, X. Y��� May 3.���Pickled fisli
killed one of Cornell's prize bulla today. He was a valued Guernsey attached to the college of agriculture.
Wandering into a department wiiert-
students had heen experimenting with
flsh preserved in formaldehyde the-.
bull partook freely and died.
AGNEW'S BETTING BILL
MODIFIED   IN   SENATE
Albany. N. Y.. May 3.���The senate
today, on motion ot Senator Agnew.
amended his bill prohibiting the publication of betting odds so as to make
it apply solely to bookmaklng on horse
races as introduced.
The bill was interpreted to include
in i's prohibition betting odds on boat j
races,  football,  baseball   and
sports.
Senator Bracket offered an amendment eliminating the words "with or
without writing" as applied to book-
making and substituting "prepared by
writing or other records or displays
lists or memorandum of odds offered
to bet."
Newport. R.I.. May 3.���The wealthy
summer   residents   of   Newport     are
likelv to have a  labor strike to contend' with.     The   gardeners'   helpers
employed   on   the   places   here   have I
been   holding   meetings  recently   and j
have organized for the purpose of se-1
curing a raise of 10 per cent.
Their pay at present averages $45 a i
month.   The gardeners say that many
laborers  of  other  classes  will    Join
them in a strike if their demands are
not granted.
BRITAIN WAS FAVORED.
NEIGHBORS  PLANT CROP
OF  NORTH   DAKOTA  MAN
Japanese    Tariff Framers    Sought to
Protect Their Interests.
London, May IL���The Tokio correspondent af The Times says that  the
; mai,   r I Japanese tariff  framers took the ut-
I most  care  to consider  British    Interests.
Reductions were made in some of
the schedules, but none weie conspicuously increased.
Bank Men Return East.
Winnipeg. May 3.���President Som-
ers. Vice President George and General Manager Rroughall, of the Sterling Rank of Canada, who have been
in the city for several days completing arrangements for the erection of
a new building on the property recently acquired by the haul-, on Portage avenue, returned to Toronto tonight.
Pes Lacs. N. D., May 3.���One hundred acres of land plowed and sown
in a single day represents the generosity Of the neighbors of B. W.
Straley, a farmer residing five miles
tToni Des Lacs, who has been sick all
winter and spring,
With twenty-two outfits on the field
at once, and with tbe wives and daughters of a number of the neighbors engaged in the work present to prepare
meals, yesterday's sight was a unique
one.
Bringing gang plows, harrows, drills
and one even coming with a steam I Winnipeg Postal Returns Increase.
plow; the neighbors did their work in Winnipeg, May 8.���The business of
a rapid manner. At noon dinner was the Winnipeg post office for tbe month
served hy the women on the lawn, jot April shows nn increase of twenty
llv. Straley was able to he out for per cent, over that of the month of
the first 11 in e in many months. .April, 1900.
Election Is Annulled.
London. May ll.���The return of Sir
Christopher Furness at the general
election as member of parliament for
llartlepoo1 an Industrial center in the
North of England, has heen annulled.
Sir Christopher's majority was 777.
Winnipeg,    May    3.���That    W.    R.
Clarke,   president   of   the   Alberta   & I
Great   Waterways   Railway   company, |
obtained   from   the   Capitol   National
Bank of St. Paul a large sum of money
in   old   currency   sometime   last   fall j
to take with him to Canada was the
interesting evidence wliich was dragged  out   of  W.   A.   Faulkner,  one  of
the original members of the Athabasca
syndicate,    before    the    Investigating
commission this morning.
Mr. Faulkner, in addition, said that
his partner, R. Newton, who arranged
the transaction with the hank, told
htm that he t Newton) assumed
Clarke wanted old currency so that
it coul I  not   be traced.
This Information was obtained by
R. li. Bennett, counsel for the witness, at the close of a long and gruelling examination, lt is Ilk ly the commission will try to secure the attendance of Newton.
Indian's Fate in Canada,
London,  May   I'..���The  Church   Mis-J
sionary society at its annual meeting
today expressed sympathy with    thel
lonely  misslonar1 -s in  Canada,    who I
see the Indians with their old occupations   gone,   decimated   by     disease,
tempted by drink and pushed aside by-
whites.
Bjornstjerne Bjornson Buried.
Christiana, May I',.���Tbe funeral ot
the late Bjornstjerne Pjornson was
held today with imposing ceremonies..
It was attended hy the king and*
queen, the members of the legations
and high officials. Great crowds listened to the addresses, the principal
one of which was delivered by Dr .
Fritjof  Nansen.
BIG  SUM  AWARDED
FOR LOSS OF A
LEG?
New York. May ".���Thirteen thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars.'
for the loss of a leg was awarded to
Harold Shatter, the fifteen-year-old
son of a policeman, by the appelate
division of the supreme court today.
affirming a decision of the lower court.
It is the largest verdict ever upheld
here for such injury.
Big Lumber Firm Assigns.
St. John, N. B., May 3.���the bi'tr
lumber firm of A. Cushing & Oo.^
owning mills here and doing business
of a very extensive scale, have assigned. The liabilities are very heavy
but the amount is not stated. The-
l.'nlon Bank of llaliafx Is a largSh
creditor.
Mark Twain's Will Probated.
Redding, Conn.. May ".-���The will of
Samuel L. Clemens (Mark Twain)
was liled for probate here today, it
leaves the entire estate to the surviving- daughter. Clara Langhorn
Clemens, wife of Osslp Gahrlelowitch.
The amount of the estate is not
given.
Indians for Crown Colonies.
London, May 3,���The colonial office departmental committee on Indian
Immigration to the crown colonise opposes any Indenture system preventing Indians remaining as soldiers or
getting land. West Indian negro and
half-breed witnesses urged that further
Indians were unnecessary, local labor
sufficing.
Earthquakes   in   Spain-.
Madrid, May ".���Violent earthquafa.
shocks were felt at 6:35 a. in. yesterday in the provinces of Ollvraza andf
Badajoz near the Portuguese frontier-
The damage is reported slight.
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��� The Reason Why.
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��� Boston,   May   3.���Marked   En
��� crease In the world's gold sup-
��� ply     and    extravagance     aiiel
��� waste   in   public   and   prlvato
��� life, are the principal reasons
��� given for the high cost of iiv-
��� ing by a special state coimnisi-
��� sion   which   has  bpen   Investl-
4> gating   the   subject   fcrr   eight
��� weeks.
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,  MAY 4,  19i0.
ClassifieiUihwOscnieiiis
WANTED.
FOR   RENT.
Some    Good    Opportunities
WILSON, COOK & CO.
FOR    IllltlO ��� AUTOMOBILE    FOP
hire by the hour, day or week. Ap
,dy to S   Fader, Dean block, corner) BR��MNG  & COMPANY
ol Chinch and ( olumhiu street, lele- _           ,   n _i,_-_
WAITRESS WANTED AT THE PRE-      phone 712                                                I Gener.il  Brokers.
lliier  hotel,     Apply  at   om e.                   !  I . EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
TO   LET���SIX-ROOMED   COTTAGE. We Can Deliver the Properties.
Vacant   May   1.     Kent   $23.     Apply ! Merchants   Bank   Building,
221   Hartco   (Street,   evenings,   he- j Rooms 5 and 6.
tween   6 and  7.                                   .'corner Columbia  and  Begbie Streets. J LANGLEY���80  acres,   the   N.   i/a   of
MODERN | Phone 686
House, Sapperton, $15 per month, 1'.
���      I.. Secord, 450 Columbia St., Sapper-1 CITY
BOYS    WANTED
Cigar Factory.
AT
B.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
_..     !     REAL ESTATE ��� AUCTIONEER
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank    I   drj.   Wa|kcr   B|ock,   Next   to  Todd's   Music
House
Cround Floor.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
HOUSES FOR SALE:
WEST   END
WAN! ISD  -PAINT    SCRUBBER    AT
once,    Apply   steamer  "Paystreak"   FOR    RENT- SIX-ROOM
i, i.i...
WANTED- A   GIRL   foil  GENERAL
housework  and  plain   cooking,  Apply  12.". Third avenue.
ton.
699.
Near   ear    terminus.
WANTED���TO  KENT BY  MARRIED LOST.
Couple  with  small  family, furnish, d
house;     good    location;     for    six  LOST���SQUARE GOLD LOCKET BN
months.    Write P. o. Hex :'..s_.
RENT
SMAl.l.
WANTED     FOR
house at  once,    Reply  in  KelUng-1    il(ll(,
ton Bros., Begbie St.   Phone 680. 	
tale  of  seals  for  thel51555151
graved F. s. A., containing photos.
Finder will he rewarded when returned   to   I.   S.   Allen
Phone  Lol 8 and Northerly 16 of Subdivision
,". in l.oi s in Block lu. Grou] 1. Now
nine-roomed house with modern Improvements; '-stalled barn; good
garden with fruit trees. On Sov-
iiith street hetween Fifth an.l Sixtli
avenues. Price $4,750; cash $1,750,
balance easy terms.
5-roomed cottage, lot 06 x 170. Price
s. k. i., of See. in, Tp. lu. Price] $2,400; $350 rash, balance like rent,
$35 per acre; $1,000 cash, balance broomed house, modern. Price $2,200
$500 per year.  |    ,,n terms.
CITY-Lot 2 and 3 In Blks. 6 and 7  6 roomed    house    on    Fifth    avenue
S.  it. 9 o��� Seventh avenue.    Price      ''''^ *--"",:  ""  '
$050 each; easy terms. iy-roomed   house;   a
CITY���Two   ' .   acre   lots   near   tram
lino  and  store.    Price  $300  each;
easy   terms.
Windsor   Ll)I   55x132   on   Seventh   avenue   be- J BURNABY   SNAP���  3   3-4   acres   in.
The advance
WANTED
YOUNG  NEEDLEWOM-
an at  Royal City Dye Works.    .Must,
he aide to repair clothing.
WANTED ��� GARDENING  OH  JOB-
bin. hy sturdy young man. Wages
moderate. Apply W. Johnson, Colonial Hotel.   Phone 39.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST I.AHOli AGENTSI MANA-
ger G. .1. Sykes), 62 Powell street.
Vancouver, Phone 3575. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
write If unable to visit, us.
tween   Sixth   and   Eighth   streets;
cleared.   Price $685.
D. I.. L36. Price $2,000; terms,
$1,000 cash, balance 6, 12 and is
months,
modern. Price
$3,500; easy terms.
12 roomed modern house in one of
the finest locations in ihe city. Must
ho sold within five daj b. Price only
$3 200; on tei ins. See us ahout this
at once.
VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPor.
TION,   LTD. A'
New Westminster Branch.
Room   4,     Merchants     Bank   Buildinn
Phone   591. g'
.1.  A.  MOTHERWELL,  LOCAL
CITY���House and lot on  ElevenuTsT
near    Third    avenue;    lol     |
Price   $1,400;    $400   cash,   i, i
easy,
CITY���House and Lot on Cornwall's?
9 rooms: modern In every n
line   orchard   atld   OUthOUSes
$4,000;   I-:; cash, balance 6, :
is  months.
SURREY
Cast   half of northwest quarter, Sec'' *nci ' Y    '���"�� ���" "-��� s w   : : "' s ������
tion  25,  Township
CITY���8 room house and lot on Third
Btreet   between   Third   avoni
Queen's    avenue;     [ot    12.\|:;.-
modern  conveniences,    Only
cash $l ,200, balance to an an
is a siiair
CITY���Two   new   modern    houses
Twelfth siieel; cement cellm
Beautiful   lots,   all    in   ; i
fenced.    Inquire aboul these.
16, Tp. H��. 2,000,000 feet of good
fir. No timber louse. A number of
small mills, in the vicinity. Price
$45 per acre; i-:i rash, balance l
and 2 years. .
WANTKD  TO  RENT���GENTLEMAN   united BROTHERHOOD OF AMER.
wants one or two rooms with pri-      lea No. 2 meets every Tuesday even-
vate family. Nol far from library.
Modern house preferred. Box 983,
Postofflce,
Ing. Cunningham's hall, Sixth
street. Trustees, M, G. Fraser. 1).
McNee and W. II. Fraser, Vancouver.    All  visitors welcome.
WANTKD���SIX TO EIGHT ROOMED 	
cottage;   fully   modern;   close   in; [         	
pood location."   Write P. O. Box 17*;, I s>***********************+4
City.
FOR   SALE.
POR SALE���SURREY;  TEN ACRES,
S.  D.  13,  northwest 1-4  section  19,
township  2.    Price  $250  per acre; < ^
1-3     cash;      balance   6,   12   and   18   .>
months.    Address N.   1!.,  News Of- \_
lice.
FOR     SACK ���  BRUNETTE     MIL
boarding house business for sale; j*
14 rooms occupied; 3 1-2 acres pas- A
ture; chicken house, cow stable, ���
fruit trees', low rent. For price, ��
including furniture, beds, bedding, |
cooking utensils, Mallaeable range
dishes, etc., apply 109 Columbia St.
Sapperton.
Real Estate
vs.
Mortgages
���
POR    SALE���GOOD    WORK    TKAM
(2,800 lbs.). Sound.   Also wagon and ] ���
harness   (new).    Apply  A.   N.   Mac-   ���
kay,  Burnaby Lake I', O., II. C.        <>
Some  of our  shrewd  clients
FOR SALE ��� MAGOON STRAW-
berry runners. Specially grown
from young plants. Four dollars
per thousand. L. Claude Hill, Burnaby Lake, P. O.
LAUNCH FOR SALE���40-FT. PRAC-
tically new gasoline launch; covered
and completely equipped; licensed
to carry 2ii people; for stile at
$2,000. This is many hundreds below the value of this boat. Apply
to owner, P. O. Box 349, New west-
minster.
FOR SALE ��� SPEED LAUNCH
"Yiio." 33 feet long, 4 feet 6 inches
beam; fully equipped with 16 H. P.
four-cylinder "Cowle" engine, together with dynamo. In first class
working order. Speed 1-1 miles per
hour. To he seen at our docks,
Front street. The Schaake -Machine Works, Ltd.
FOR SALE ��� WHITE LEGHORN
eggs: single comb; good strain; five
cents    each.      Samuel    Wilkinson.
Sixth street. East Burnaby.
FOR SALE���FOUR ROOMED COT-
tage; lot 50x132 cleared, fenced;
one block east of Twelfth Street
car. Price $1,400, terms. Apply,
Owner, 1024 Tenth Avenue.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LET���ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN
block in suites of two for light
housekeeping. All steam heated;
���with hot ancl cold water, gas range
and electric light. Terms moderate.
Apply A. H. Ferguson, Room 9, second   floor. tf
TO    LET���COMFORTABLE    ROOM
for one or two ladles, close to ear.
615 Hamilton street, city.
TO RENT ��� COMFORTABLY FUR-
nislied  bedroom.    Apply  713  Trew
street,  city.
FOR  RENT.
FOR RENT���FIVE ROOMED FUR-
nlshed cottage on Eighth street between Third and Fourth avenues;
$2u per month. Apply Wilson, Cook
& Co., Northern Crown Hank Bldg.
��   are beginning to feel that  out-  J
side   property;   is   now   nearly   J
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as high as it is worth. Thev sa\
that 'the
old   stock   exchange   Z
axiom is good which says "Sell
*\
when    everyone    wants   them;   ���
��   buy when no one wants them."  ���
> *
* They have figured out that they   ���
1    have  clone  pretty  well bv  real   a
* a
* estate     and     are   now   buyinrt   ���
|   mortgages. They say that seven   *
* .  , ���
i>    to  eight  per  cent,  is  good  for   ���
���
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* a
* curity  better  than  a  mortgage   f
J   on improved  real  estate  which   %
�� *
a has  withstood  all   the  scrutiny   ���
a '   ���
* given  morgages    which  passes J
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��    through our hands.    They    feel   ���
�� ���
* that    with     such       mortgages  J
J   they can  sleep pretty comfort-   a
* ���
* ably���no  anxiety  as  to  a  pos-   ���
to   eight   per   eent.   is  good   for
f>   such  high  class, gilt  edged se-
*
*   curity���in  fact  there  is  no  se-
sible drop in value.
If real estate has done well
for you, or if you are for any
reason   looking   for   the   great-
"1
it   *
��� est   security  in   investment,
��� will  pay  you  to    see  us    and
% talk    over   the    matter.      Our
t* knowledge  is  at  your  disposal
^ without   charge.    Years  of  ex-
��� perience and study of financial
��� matters  of  all   kinds   fit.   us  to
I speak with some degree of au-
t
thority.
FOR      RENT���7-ROOMED      HOUSE
near theicorner of Tenth street and
Fourth avenue; $30 per month. Wil-   ���
son.  Cook  & Co.,  Northern  Crown
Bank Bldg.
FOR RENT���FOUR ROOMED HOUSE ]'.
and 5 cleared lots suitable for gar-'
���deiiing,   $15   per   montli.     Wilson,
Cook & Co.   Address care Northern
Crown  Bank Bldg. i
FARM TO RENT���46 3-4 ACRES AT
Tynehead, 7 miles from .New Westminster, fine 7-roomed house; good
���orchard and barn; between 18 and
20 acres under cultivation, remainder grazing land. Get particulars
from W. J.  Kerr, (114  Columbia St.
��� :
���
i
Dominion Trust I
Co., Ltd.
T.   R.   PEARSON,
Manager   N.   W.   Branch.
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,   Surrey,   con
talning    80    acres.      Price    $13,800
About 20 acres cleared.
Section  35,  Block  5  N.,  Range 3 W.;
9.87 acres���510 feet to Ladner toad
Price  $315  per acre.
80  Acres  in  See.   10;   $100 per acre.
1-3 Acres;  $1,000 the piece.
Ahout   2  acres  in  See.  3 I;   $1,550.
0 Acres in See. 33; $350 per acre.
60 Acres in Sec. 36; $275 per acre.
���Hi Acres in Sec. 6; facing coast Mere
dlan road:   $275 per acre. LANGLEY  ���  119    acres:     45    acres
160 Acres  in Sec. 34, Tp.  8;   $45 per
KENNEDY ��� SUBDIVIStON���. Ive   5^
acre Mocks near  the Sccilt   road  und
B. C. E. Ry; Brat class soil and i u
to clear;   near three mad
are  bargains,    Price  $250 to
per acre.   Terms easy.
acre.
S. W. i, Sec. 34, Tp. 7; $15 per acre.
62 Acres In Sec. 36 on Townline Rd.
good buy.
SAPPERTON
3-roomed house on lot 615 x 132;  close
to   car.     Price   $1,400;   $350  cash.
balance ';. 12 and  IS months.
7-roomed  modern   house,  half  a   block
from car.    Price  $2.21m;  $500, balance monthly.
We   have   other   good   house   propositions in Sapperton  on easy  terms
HARRISON     HOT     SPRINGS  ���  160,      li   will  he  to  your  advantage  to  see
acies   on   Harrison   river   2%   miles'     ns  before buying  els.-where,
from   hotel,    over   Simile   Of   water j' CITY   LOTS
front; 2.nun.mm feet of !ir timher; Lot on Hamilton street, size 55x150;
20 acres under cultivation. Price partially cleared. Price $700; $300
$27.50 per acie; easy terms. j    ^ash, balance arranged,
'3   lots  on   Dublin   Btreet   close  to  car."   WEST END���2 good lots at $
Trice only $1,400;  1-3 cash, balance
6,   12 and  18  months.
LANGLEY.
Sec.   5,  Tp.   11;   48  acres'.
cleared   and   under   crop;    200   fruit
trees   bearing;    house   and   other
buildings.     Price  $46   per   acre;   1-3   2 lots on  Edinburgh  Btrest with  back
cash, balance to arrange. entrance  100  feel   from   the   car.
Price $1,300 for Hi two; 1-3 cash,
balance arranged. Will Bell separately.
NANAIMO   ST.���Ten   be.iutid.-i
Ing   hits   with    line   \ [eW   '���: .
Arm  and   Delta country.    Si
these   are   cleared,     I'i Ice
$1,000.   Good terms.
and 1 at $500.   Good terms
SURREY���Best buy in Surrey.. 160
acres one mile from tram line and
Croat Northern Ry. Price $57.50
per acre;  easy terms.
N.   W.
30 acres   cleared;   good   house  and       	
ill Improvements,    The buy includes   COQUITLAM���Have a buyer for acre-
furniture    and   everything   on   the
the    place.     Price    $6,100;
cash, balance arranged.
,500
LULU   ISLAND.
Lot  41, Block  11, Four North Range,
Six W. 4. N. ii W., Group 1; 5 acres.
$500 per acre.
Range 5, Lots 16 and 17, Sec. 32 E.;
10 acres;  $300 per acre.
age anywhere along the Canadian
Pacific railway beginning at See.
23 to Sec. 8.
WILSON,   COOK   &   CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
Full sized lot on Hamilton street close
to Twelfth street; all cleared, Price
$850; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
SEVENTH AVE.���One   first  cl-
close to Sixth street car line
$7iin.     Kasy  terms.
EIGHTH   AVENUE���Few  lots
and   $250  for  il  few  days;   I   |
balance 6, 12 and is months.
Two full  sized   lots  00   A .nes  street
all cleared and fenced; $2,000 each; |burnaby
half cash, balance  to suit.
8 full sized lots in Sapperton; splendid view. Price only $300 each;
$500 cash, balance  to suit.
NEW  CUTOFF���1  acre  just  ne~
power  lions.,  for   $1,000:   1 '.'���
balance 6,  12 ami  IS month-;.
T'1    first    cPss
330  ft.  on   Third   bv   1 to n
Few blocks from t ram, Price ���
1-3    cash,    balance    6,    12
months.
BURNABY.
Lots  273  and   284  of  Blocks  3  to  In,
D. L.   30.   Group  one   in   Burnaby.
Price $350 each.    Easy terms.
4'�� Acres, corner of Royal Oaks road
and Glen  road.    Lot 19,  Block 82;
1-3   cleared   and   fenced;   $800   per   6   Lots   near   Orphanage;   $2,700;   i4
"  ,000    cash,    balance    easy I    Cash, balance 6, 12 ami IS  months.
IK   VOL    ARK    REQUIRING    ANY BURNABY  -   Block   4,   D.   L.
LOTS   IN   SAPPERTON,  WE   11 WE ,,.,,���     0n   n   ,.    ,,    Hv   :���
���������������������'   RANGING   FROM   $275.   AND gprot(    ,,m.��� rty       Prlce   j7j
  acre;   1-3 rash, balance easy.
acre:
terms.
t acres good land; $3,500.
Lot 9, Blk. 3 of D. L. 29; $350.
Lot 77 of Blocks 3 to 19, 36 to 53, 69
to 73, D.  L.  30;   66x120;   $325.
Lot 200, Blocks 3 to 19, D. L. 30; Gfix
120;   corner;   $450.
Lot 30, D. L. 20, Blk. A; 66x180; fruit
trees and root house; $725.
KELLINGTON BROS.     IUP 'ou ���
Corner  Columbia  and  Begbie   Streets. I                  JOSEPH TRAVERS LANGLEY           160    acres    close   to
Phone 680.                              I    REAL   ESTATE   ���   AUCTIONEER r.reat    Northern   an.l   B.   C     E
-^-~^^^^^^~^^-~~-^^^~^-~v^^^^^^. !          Next  to  Todd's   Music   House pine  alder  bottom.     A   sn-m  at  $75
Wanted for rent���Small house at once. , Walker   Block, Columbia   Strfet,   N?w .���,,- acre.    Inquire about this
Westminster, B. C.	
_________��___________-_ SURREY���5 acre    b'ock    in    Sec.   25,
i:].k   r. N\. R, 2 W. at $600 per
SAPPERTON.
S. I), os. Blk. 3. Lot im ; Buchanan
street between Sherbrooke and Hospital street; cleared; small house.
Price $400;   easy terms.
S. D. 19, Blk. 4. Lot 2; Carrol street;
cleared and fenced.    Price $125.
.       _.__._  A.  G.  MARSHALL, ->X^XX^Jv/^^X-!U^^ '
8-Roomed   house   near   Fourth   avenue ' South Westminster Phone  F507   VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORA.
and   Third   street;    $2,200;
over 3  years.
terms
2     Lots,     London    street;     close    to
Twelfth strict;  $500 each;   terms.
NORTH   VANCOUVER.
Good lot;  good location:  $l.fifin.
1   3-8   Acres   on   tram   in   Section   30;
$1.1100;   terms.
5 Acres in Section 11, Port Mann
townsite; $1,600 p:-r acre. Terms
for today.
Two lots close to Queen's park; solen-
did view; high and dry. Price
$1,750 for the two; terms. Enquire
about this.
We have a client for two or more lots
I     on Sixtli avenue between T( nth and
WE   HAVE   THE   BEST   LISTING-     Sixteenth streets.
FROM   CHILLIWACK   AND   SUMAS.
CHILLIWACK.
A Good Buy.
Lot . 33x98, on Welling street opposi:o
Royal hotel with building containing
store tind bake oven down stairs;
residence upstairs. Building insured for $1,200. Rents for $50 per
month.   Price $4,500.
BRENING & COMPANY
General  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
We Can Deliver the Properties.
Rooms  5  and   6.
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets
Phone 686.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner  Columbia  and   Begbie   Streets.
Phone 680.
SNAPS IN WATERFRONTS.
160   acres   of   good   land   under   crop,
with 30 cliains of waterfront. Price
only   $500  per   acre,   on   terms.
14  acres  excellent   land   with   house
and buildings, with 2! chain.-- water.
frontafte,    Railway  through prop
ty.    Price  $8000, quarter c
160 acres nearby all cultivated, exc I-
TION,   LTD.
New Westminster Branch.
Room   4.     Merchants   Bank     Building.
Phone   591.
.1   A.   MOTHERWELL,  LOCAL  "
NOTICE.
Take  notice that   as  my  wll
voluntarily   left   mj   bed   and   bi
lent land, waterfrontage North Arm.   ,   w|11   ,���'���   ,���,        ., ��� ;lll(.   ,,���.
.   ':,';"' ,,;,y'    . . di bis contracted  by  her,
40 acres, with  waterfront,    Sunbury. CHARLES PARKER
Good terms. Dated this 20th day of April,  1
Sapperton,  B. C.
quarter   mile           .
One   acre   waterfront,
from  Lulu  Island  brldee.
40  feet  waterfront,    three    minutes
from bridge.   $50 per foot.
Apply for terms.
A. G.  MARSHALL,
Estate Office.
South Westminster Phono F507 ! 1
1 ne toc.-it agency ol thi Olivet 'I
writer Co., Is al 746, Columbia Btn  '
t! n e doors from the B. ('. 1:. R
Btatlon.    it   cost   you  nothing   1 1
this  machine  and  only  a  small  1
payment   to  get   one, when   Batl
with your test, Bave 17 cents a ,:   ���
alance.
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A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster Phone F507
Acreage   and   half  acres;   near  tram.
Easy terms.    South Westminster.
Five  and   two acre   blocks  and    cu:
offs.    Easy   terms.
35 City Lots. Scott Roa-I station.
$150, third cash, balance 6, 12, and
18 months.
15 Acre farm; well stocked and In
good cultivation; with furniture
and equipment.   Easy terms.
120  Acres;   $^00  per  acre;   close  In.
Good terms.
Beautiful
FACING
15 Acres; all tinder crop; 6 cows,
horses tind equipment; $,"000; $2000
cash, remainder on terms.
132 Feet on Columbia strei t, New
Westminster; excellent view; double corner, with residence.
FOR RENT���HOUSE AND FOUR
Lots in Burnaby, near car line.
Five rooms and bathroom, pantry,
��tc. Rents $12 per month. May
lease for six nionthe if tenant
suits. Apply to P. Peebles, 620 Columbia Street.
FIVE-ROOMED FURNISHED COT-
tage to rent on Eighth streel between Third and Fourth avenues;
$20 per month. Apply Wilson ft
Cook, Northern Crown Bank build-
1 qg
Two excellent lots; North Vancouver;
double corner; $100 cash, balance to
suit.
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER   40 ft. Waterfront ;three minutes from
0 the bridge;   $50 per foot.
Tenders for Wood Water Pipes.
Sealed Tenders, endorsed "Wood
Pipes," will be received by the undersigned, at the Municipal Hall, Lulu
Island, up 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 7,
prox., for the supply, laying and jointing of about. 72 miles of Wire Wound
Wood Stave Pipes ranging in size
from 3 to 12 Inches.
The plans and specifications may be
seen and forms of tender obtained at
the office of the engineers, Cleveland
& Cameron, 506-8 Winch Building,
Vancouver.
The lowest or any tender may not
be  accepted.
C. L.  BLIGHT,
Apiil 23, 1910. C.M.C.
APPLY���
A.   G.   MARSHALL,
Real Estate Office. Phone F. 507
South Westminster.
OPERA   HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
May   5���Nelson-Wolgast   Fight  Pic
tures.
May  11���Gingerbread  Man.
May 19���The Prince of Tonight.
May 24���Juvenile Bostonlans,
May 25���Jessie MacLachlan.
.lime 2���Dorothy Morton.
June 30���The   White   Squaw.
Pine and Third St,
between 3rd and 4th
ave., on trolley line.
Prices on Application
National Finance Company, Ltd.
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 515   -   Curtis Block   -   657 Columbia St. WEDNESDAY,   MAY  4,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
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pinnerware
Fancy China
il Toiletware
__W f���raSWtmmn
Says Kitchener, Grim and Implacable,\WESTERN
Would Not do as Governor-General
Five    Crates
Opened and
in Stock
Just
Placed
A T
MOREY'S
(^...-Columbia  Street���-660
New Westminster, B. C.      Jr
A. SPECK'S       j
SPECIALS \
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New   and    Second Hand    Furni-   4
ture   Bought   and   Sold *,
Agents   for    Baynes'   Carriages
and   Capital    Milk   Separators
Second-Hand    Bicycles    from
$10    to   $20.00
GENERAL   REPAIRING
(Prom The Toronto Star Weekly.)
l-'or three months it has been pretty
well understood thai Earl Carrington
would succeed Earl Grey as Governor-
Gi neral of Canada, bul Bomel hing happened, and Carrington is not coming.
One day the London papers announced
l at he was t leat Ing up his work al
Whitehall iii readiness for his buci i s
Bor and n ixt daj i he Chronicle, which
is iii pretty close touch with the Asquith adtnlnlstra I in, came out with
the news that Lord Carrington will not
be appointed to Canada. Something
had happened, ami it would be Intei
estlng to know just what led to this
change of program.
Several wei ks u ;o .when The Montreal star was busily promoting the
idea of having the Luke of Connaught
as successor to Eai I Grey and when
eahh-s wen- appearing ln The London
Times representing the people of Canada as unanimously aflre with enthusiasm to see King 1.1 card's brothei In
Ftldeau Hall, The Chronicle definitely
announced that Earl Carrington had
been selected for thc post in Canada.
"There is no truth in the statement,"
thai jein nal now Bays, "He Is not going   to  Canada.     Foi   one  thing,  his
PRIDE CF THE WORLD
Front Street
Phone 275
work- at the board of agriculture Is of  mai I
fai too valuable a character to permit   yean   spenl
of his being spared Just now."   That's
right,    It   Lord Carrington Is a valuable man. send somebody else.
From a different and distant quarter
another nomination Is pul forward for
the eminent, but unimportant post of
governor-general. Lord Minto's term
iu India is closing, and Bomebody
i ��� what the editor of Public Opinion eaiis "the pernicious suggestion"
that Lord Kitchener should be .-ent to
India as Viceroy. On hearing this
Thi Englishman of Calcutta b] oke up:
"Lord Kitchen* r is a i I man, but he
has hardly b en trained to fill thi  p ist
of Indian Viceroy under the new conditions." Nol content with that, the
Calcutta paper proceeds: "II might be
better tor the state If he wen- senl to
I '������'��� Earl Grey In Canada, an l 11
Earl Grey, following the e a i llenl precedent afforded by Lords Duflerln and
i. insdowne, and by the pn Bent  Vice-
-' eie to i nine to the overseeing ol
tin   Eastern Empire."
it  appears, then, thai   Eni i tnd  n
fuses us Carrington because he proves
to be a useful man al a desk in White
hall,  while India i ;.   : Kitchener
bi cause India does not want him. It
this kind ol thing goes on��� the pi ���
of Canada will feel III i adopting
Pn bytei Ian procedure, and, when the
"pulpit" falls vacant, will ask the
King to modi rate In a "call" to so e
acceptabli   pers in al home or abroad.
Lord Kitchener seerai to be a man
who is greatij admin I acroi a the
width of an ne aa. He performed fine
ta: ks in  Egypt, in South Africa, and,
II : :|i s, in Imiia Bul It was only too
���      enl  trom tl e English n< wspapers
la tew months -r o thai he is regarded
as a good den' of an i > phanl on his
coui try's iiii- lie is too Important
a man to  iel a dde yet
During Coming Half Century
People of Dominion Will
Physically Progress.
:i. ��� ��� n.:;   with
In war, a
self and everyone el ie.
he a Roosei en  vlthoul
for applause, oi
kind.    No doi \-.\
an Ira posi Ible
owing to his
aw   unto  liim-
He seems to
humor, desire
any  belief  in  man-
his grateful country
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��� ASTRONOMERS KILL
would lie tl aukful to any Dominion,
Commonweali i, or colony which would
step up with a persuasive request tor
hi ei \ ices. 1; a, ia ihe words of the
Calcutta t 'iin.. we fear that Lord
Kiti hener, the grim, Implacable soldier, "h;,s hardly been trained to fill
the i oi t" oi Governor General of Canada, "under the new conditions,"
which have prevailed since the war
of 1812.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
PHOBr: COMET TAILS
GOVERNMENT MAY STOP
SLAUGHTER OF SEALS
Manufactured  by
HEKLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
e'ephone 13. Office   Eighth St.
Captivating Questions to Be Discussed
Ey International Association for
Solar   Research.
Secretary    Nagel,  cf    Department of
Commerce    and    Labor,    Considering Conservation of Alaska Herds.
19 !-2 Acres at Tlmberland
".��� mting Yale road. $3500
i,   balance  to   arrange,
lire :.'
S. O. PAULSEN
Timberland P. O.
Los Angeli::. May 3.���Why do com-
I    '.     'I his   Is   one   of   the
caj tlvj ting pi - bh dis to h    discti      I
astronorw       ,vho will
in xl  Am est  Ior a tue   In
tel ni tlonal Ar: oi [atlon  fo    Solar  Rl ���
I'hese s th nth ts   ivlil   ���
nearly all
I first meetin
eudou, FVai
rhi lon i    the i tion  will
be lie i - ,1 alio;
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Digby Electric Wo^ks
em
i omet talli  tt d to be pi oduced
by  a force ol pulsio     It       enl   In
i -            ig point In
11    prob 1   u.    - e      et   isl    want
to  . atiBfy  tlie; i     whether  these
ppond ������ are the 11 suit of
���  i    pn   sure   oi the   sun s   I., hi.  or
w net mr t liey arc of < li cl i le oi Igln, or
pi 0 1 in ed  bj   Cal ho,he or other  i,
Another of the fascinating problems
Is to measui li grei  of variation ca ise of the gradual depletion of tho
of the amount of hea   and light energy herds  from  pelagic  sealing.    In  1885
the san pours Into the earth dally, As- the number of seals estimated on the
tronomers no longer regard the sun as Prlbilof   islands  was 2,000,000.    Now
a "solar constant." and one ol thi  i ur- 140,000 is believed to be a liberal cal-
puses of the io thcotning meeting is dilation
as possible tho
to the varlabil-
tii ascertain as neai Ij
relations of sun spots
Ity of sun enei ��� y.
Among the scientists who are expected to come are Professor Hart-
niann, director oi the observatory at
Gottlngen, Germany; Professor Kay-
sor, of Bonn, and Sir David Gill, former chief of the observatory at Cape of
Good Hope.
i   Light surpasses the Coal Oil
I    ��� 1 Gas.    Costs less and  gives
i        mble    Si e us ai.or.t the lighting
ir house or store.
39 Sixth St. Phone 304
eady
oney
A   GOOD     FRIEND    ALWAYS
If you deposit your money for
safety  In The Lank Of Toronto
I   Will  be safe while you leave
lt, and ready when you need It,
and it will be
AUTheTime
earning for you three per cent.
Interest. Small or large sums
1    v be deposited at any time.
APPENDICITIS FAST-CURED.
Montana  Man Cures Illness by Going
Without Food.
Sponkane, May 3.���Walter A, Scott,
of Boseman, Mont., who is visiting in
Spokane, claims to have cured appendicitis by fasting ten days. He broke
his fast by drinking a class of milk
the afternoon of April 2fi. He shows
no Blgns of having abstained rrom food
for 240 hours. His cheeks are ruddy
and ids skin remarkably clear.
80   BRANCHES
In    Ontario,
CAPITAL
REST   ...
Quebec
West.
and   the
.  $4,000,000
.. .  4,750,000
BankofToronlo
NEW    WESTMINSTER,    B.   C.
BRANCH
J. Gracey, Myr.
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I SIDNEY   HESTER
X Presents
Wi t let n Canada will be the home
ol the Rnest race ol men and women
i" the wm id for perhaps the next fifty
ia the opinion of Emei. on
Ho igh, i he w< ll known wi Itet. ex-
1 d,  In   an   article,  entitled,  "The
Man Question���the Genus Homo In
- Ign Pai li ," in the last issue of
'  e  Sal trday     Evening     Post.     Mr.
1   cusses the   European    i
i. ���   how  he is slowly  but
��� ��� diminishing In stal ure. and how
ime holds true to a lesser extenl
ol thi man in the eastern cities of
thl   i oni Im nt.
He draws fine distinctions between
the physical characteristics of the
English, German, Austrian. French and
Italian soldiers, alleging that the Austrian officers are resorting to corsets
to give them a more manlj appearance.
He goes on to show that the men of
the greatest    physical    and    mental
��� ngth drift to the newer countries,
i nd ii ii- for that reason I hai he Baj s
'  e iargi sl  men today are found on
Pacll " coast, Alaska and in Western Canada, and. calling attention to
the fact that Canada is destined to
become the scene of the greatest
frontier activity for the next fifty
years, he says it is likewise bound to
be Inhabited by the largest and most
daring body of men In the world. He
says In part:
"As professor Shaler of Harvard was
'.fond of pointing out, the North Anieri-
Can continent  surpasses all others In
Its favorableness   for   physical    life.
Practically all species, whether    anils or men, lmve improved distinctly
by translating from Europe to American, and this Improvement is frequently noticeable even in the first genera-
tl m,
"Of late years some of our b��st phy-
ical specimens have gravitated to the
enti : prises found in our larger cities.
The   fust   or  second  generation   city-
man   is   apt   to  he  a   good   deal   of  a
fi How, just as was the first or second
:   i cation frontiersman in a different
!day���and   for  the  same  reasons:   he
had the health and courage and confide:   ���- to take a chance.   I don't think
tin   Btreel   crowds of Xew  York  men
���   sure   up  favorably with  those  of
Chi -..-. o.   It 1 as bi en said thai In the
blocks around the Grand Pacific and
the Board of Tradi . what is called the
Chicago Itlalto, the average physique
of the men who fre inert that si ��� lon
is  better   than   In   almost  any   i
busini - lity of th I city, and hot
ter than  thai   of an;   oth r    ci s   of
���  i would do ibt that to lay
and would  ra hi
���i  t!     cities ol   the  Pacifl ���
the Pn    '   i ound i mnti y,    or
i . ���   en  ln  these  com
r.,  cl 'l  railroa I  daj s,  i ne i an    see
sot ol old  Amet lean  lift
under which the boldesl went into tlie
newest of the lands and won
through sheer physical stamina and
the teal that ci mi s oui of physical
hardihood. I alw ys admired the Seattle crowd, the ["acoma or Portland
crowd; to less extent the San Francisco crowd.
Western Canada the Best.
"In Europe all hope for an Improving physical average Is pasl and none.
I uiWs   we  shall except  the  vast   and
undiscovered country ol Russia, where
some of tlie world's problems are yet
to be worked out.   Somewhere in the
| remote   and     mysterious    cast     the
j Aryans,    the Clmbri and    the    Celts
started   In   their    great     west-bound
movements.    The    Atlantic    stopped!
them, and there the human  currents
have mixed and eddied'and circled and j
(turned.    At tlie first the best of these |
broke across the Atlantic.    All these, j
mingling, will for the time halt tit the
Pacific; and meantime, before the sea j
of mankind moves on west to Russia
and Asia again, we shall have In this
Bplendid .North American environment;
the United States and Western Can-j
ada. for a time yet at least, the fin- j
,        ,,     c, ,,, , ,-   . .,   M    ���.   A est specimens of manhood the world i
Toronto Strong to    Y.  M. C. A. , ,,, , w���.,   ....   ,,.,���
3 can produce.    Perhaps Western  Can-1
oronto, May 3.���Up to noon today I atiu. with its large influx of splendid;
A. campaigners had raised western  American  outdoor men, and:
$444,756  towards  the  $600,000  which it8 general appeal to the strong and
thev  have set out to accomplish. Cnly ,hardv either side of the sea, will fori
|a quarter of the time set has elapsed, j the next  fifty  years  have  the best
 .J physical average to  be found on the
'earth's  surface, because it  is the last
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VICTOR  A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room   6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone  681
Benson & McMenemy}
8th St., Next to Fashion Livery.   J
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HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625  Columbia  Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. C.
And   at   336   Hastings   St.,   W.
Vancouver, B. C.     Phone 3D50
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   383
Cloverdale
E.M. Carncross & Co
Real  Estate
Insurance. Loans, Conveyancing
Notai les Public
Surrey Farm Lands a Specialty
Local  Agents:
Cloverdale   Improvement  Co.,
Ltd., and F. .1. Hart & Co., Ltd.
Cloverdale, B. C.     L. D, Phone.
!.C. Mills
Timber and Trading  Co.
������   Manufacturers and Dealers in  All  Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES.  SASH.   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster
i_~raOS^3B^Vt^aSXSirV.Tr_T3r*S^
Box   13/
ti*<R*.TflR-< ���,--���,'..���-��� ..e?;,���--._,<acji--.jn,?iY'i.-YB-.���..'������ ^*-,���''���, ���-'---  ���--"-�� .'>-  -r..,i.-..aCi*j��iiaiCl��;iuKiJi��;V
Washington, May ".���Con e tion
<: the Alaskan seal herds is a matter
i ' which Seen tary Nag( I of the d< ���
i ai t...em   of ci rce  and  labor  is
...i\ ing clos e attention.
Congn       ' Iven  the . ;
i   ionar;   authoritj and it will rest
i  1 bei her a  i ei tain  uumbi r
-    tnlmi      are to 1     slaughfc     I
arly   or   whether   sealing   snail   be
r for a time,
of  the   North   \
Eastcrbrook Milling Company,
Eturne,   B. C.
!      FLOUR !
FLOUR
IMPERIAL    $7 per  bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL..55.75 per  Bbl.
TERMINAL 15.25 per  Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Eh'-
McQuarrie & Co.-
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET.
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the   exel
Is, expired
i - i      pany, v
ty  years   ha
prhlb   '- ol  ' kin    the
yet      I. :
To I his govt rnmi nl I lie sealing in-
has be n i n Impoi tant one fi-
ly, the i alculation being that no
li      '   in 510, 00 has bt i n derived
from the tax on the skins. At times
the yearly  receipts  have  been  ;
but  recently Case have dwindled be-
pn
New  Westminster.
pjl7?'"**TT--T.,"~i7T*i*r'
!TV.
Telephone 333.
L..me Layers
For Langley and  Abbotsford  property.     Send   full   particulars   and
lowest   prices���owners   only���   to
M. G. Morrison & �����
REAL   ESTATE   AND       I r Jl NG   BROKERS
Room 3. Old Safe Block, 535 Hastir^s   St.,   Wes',   Vancouver,   B.   C.
Phone   6730
Kxperts believe that by tlie enforcement of ti closer season for one or
more years bj material restrictions in
the number authorized to he legally
killed, the herds may be replenished.
From 1835 to 1850 the seal islands
were closed to sealing operations, tlie
suspension resulting In greatly Increasing  the  herds.
The North American Commercial
company has a big plant on the seal
islands, lt is not Improbable the government may acquire the islands. The
rare of tho people, whose mainstay
has been the sealing industry, is one
of the problems to be met.
ffr-flw ,ffij_ri��-T--Jcjfi^.-^tftSit*.-J-s!s- ny*wiraBBa��ifli
Y.   M.
lager.
Thursday, May
yet the most accessible, of this continent's frontiers, and the frontiers
have ever called men. Environment
still has opportunity to remain environment, is not wholly grown artificial,
siili offers something of light and air
and good ami ground to stand on, still
icon, ages that stature of soul which
goes with stature of body. Really,
we   should   feel   disposed   to   i ounsel
Alicia that, according to till the doctrines of chance, she ought   to look
| about her at home and not, go abroad
In her quest for same man to support,
1 aid and comfort."
The most wonderful moving pictures of the greatest
battle ever fought for the Lightweight Championship of the World, between
Battling Nelson
AND
Ad. Wolgast
You can see everything just as it happened in the
ring. No detail missing. Two performances,
one at 7.45 o'clock and the other at 9 o'clock.
TRICES 25c and 50c
GRADUATES OF  VIENNA
TO VISIT  UNITED
STATES
Now York, May 8.���Three hundred
graduates of the University of Vienna,
who are to leave their alma mater
within a few months, will, this summer, make a tour of the l'nited States.
One of their professors is now in
New York making arrangements for
their reception here. The 300 graduates will arrive in New York in August and will stay hero a week or ten
days. After that thoy will visit Boston. Philadelphia, Chicago and other
cities, making a study of American
life.
The tour. If it proves a success, Is
to be made an annual feature. In this
connection, according to the Vienna
professor, an effort wlll be made for
an Interchange of lectures hetween
the University Of Vienna and such Institutions as Yale, Harvard, Columbia
and Chicago.
minster
Lots at $150 Each
We have for sale a block of large lots
situated in the very best part of South
Westminster. Will be sold en bloc at
the low price of $150 each. This is
$100 a lot below anything in the vicinity. Terms, one-third cash; balance,
6, 12 and 18 months.
Lots on 2nd Street
Between 8th and 10th Avenues
Prices from $250  to $375
There is absolutely nothing cheaper to
be got in city property.   This is a good
chance.   Get in now.
]k British Canadian Securities
Company, limited.
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:     The Dominion Trust
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I PACT. FOUR.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,   MAY  4,
Daily News JOHN IIENDiiY SPEAKS
ON PBEFERENCE OF WHEAT
ABOLISH    HOBBLES.
GOVERNMENT TO  STUDY
WAYS   OF   STORED
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Publisher! by Tne Daily .\ews Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
C A. Paige. ..
.Managing  Director
WEDNESDAY,   MAY  4,  1910.
A   GARDEN   CITY.
B.   C.   Man   Tells   Englishmen   Canada
Is   Not   Anxious   to   Profit   at
Expense  of  Britain.
London, May 3.���Asked If tlie progress in the northwest of Canada is being retarded by the lack of preference
to Canadian wheal in the English market, John Hendry, of Vancouver, president of the Canadian Manufacturers'
association, said: "No, 1 do not think
it is. Of course. Canadian farmers
would like to make more money by
their produce, bul I am sure they
will noi wisli to receive an Increased
price at the expense of the people of
Gradual Disuse Is Decided Upon by
American Horsemen.
Chlcacgo, May ;:.���The ultimate
abolition of hobbles was determined
upon today at the biennial meeting
of the American Trotting association.
W. F. .lames, of Torre Haute, Ind.,
was re-elected presldenl of the association,  and   \v.   ll.   Knight, of  Chi-
.New Vork, May 3.���The wholesale
egg dealers and owners of storage
warehouses in New Vork and vicinity
were \isited today by an agent of the
depart men! of agriculture, which has
directed the collection of specimens
of eggs from various sections of the
country.   The eggs
ire to be soul   ti
retiring
direc-   Washington, where they will  he kept
.   Seventy-flv
Ton members,
through the summer iu order (o determine,  under  tin- eye  of government
What  with   the  gambols  of  owner-
SV-ss, vagrant dogs and the ravages of
mischievous   urchins   it   seems   lo he
.vl matter of some difficulty to maintain
���;i garden in decent  order in this city
Just now.    The question of responsi- ,llis country."
, .,..       , .,       ,, , ,:     .Mr. llemirv said further;  "You peo-
iulitv   of  preventing    he pranks  and     , .      ;.,    ., ,������ ..',,,.
1 ��� pie  must  settle this matter tor your-
proceedings or the latter class of of- selves,    j can assure you that what-
lenders was hroug'it  to the notice of  oxer   decision   you  arrive   at,   we   in
Jthe council at thel.' meeting on Mon-  Canada will not quarrel with it."
���day   night   by   Mr.   K.   J.   Hart,   who
wrote with regard lo the destruction
cf his boulevard, and  urged  that  the I Interesting Bulletin Issued by the Cen-
ca. ii,  secretary.    The
tors were all re-elected
delegates, represent Ing
were   present   and   by   a   vote  of   live experts, just   what  change takes place
to   one   decided   that   there   shall   he under  various conditions.
no   hobbles   upon   two-year-olds   this;    Some of the eggs will be kept    in
seanson, none of three-year-oMs next coolers  similar  to  those of    storage
season,   none   on   three-year-olds   next warehouses, others will he packed and
and that  in 1914  the use of hobbles preserved   according   to   the   various
shall  be barred altogether. methods known to the trade.
\ A BIG SALE OF
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RETURN  OF  FARM  CROPS.
onus  of   affording  protection   against
the destroyers was upon the city.
The trouble is not new. but it seems
To be growing more extensive and
more acute. Many of those who have
-.striven to improve the surroundings
ml their homes r.iid thereby contribute
to the beautifying of the city generally
have  had  to contend  with   the forces
sus Office at Ottawa.
Ottawa, May ii.���A bulletin of the
census and statistics ollice issued today shows that at the end of March
the quantity of wheat in the farmers'
hands In the whole Of Canada was1
about 18.28 per cent, of the crop of
last year. This Is 80,484,000 out of
166,744,000 bushels, as compared with
20.23 per cent, or 22,747,000 hushes j
out of tlie harvest of 112,434,000 hush-j
of mischief and destruction for some  els in 1908.    Of oats there was 40.03
per  cent,   or   141.499,000  out   of  353,
rime past. It is time something was
done to put a stop to this nuisance.
In calling attention to this matter
ion previous occasions we have eon-
fended that it is the duty of the council to protect the citizens against both
mischievous boys and the depredations of stray dogs. Now that a
���prominent citizen has brought the matter forward and again reminded the
COnncll of its duty we hope some steps
will be taken in the desired direction.
Mity
466,000  bushels, as  against  43.62  per j
eent. or 1011,222,000 out of 250,377,000 j
bushels   last  year.     Of  barley,  there
was 29.Sl  per cent, or 10,517,000 out
of 55,398,000 bushels, as against 33.56
per cent, or  15,692,000 out of 46,762,-
000  bushels  last year.    Of    potatoes i
there was 43,289,000 out of 99,087,200
bushels, or 43.68 per cent, as against [
4-1.10   per  cent,  or 32,542,111   bushels
out   of  a  crop   of   73,790,000   bushels |
last  year.    Of  bay  and  clover  there
was   23.51   per   cent,   being   2.973,000
out of 11,877.100 tons, as against 34.51
But  also  there   is   a  responsi-   per cent, or 3,952,000 tons out of 11,-
450,000 tons of the crop of 1908.
It is estimated that 95.87 per cent
upon   the   parents   of   children
perpetrate    these    mischievous of the whpat crop of the Dominion iu
"who
acts.    There Is, we regret to  say, a 1909,   equivalent  to   159,868.000   bush-
-sad  want  of control  on   the part of els, was of merchantable quality;    of
many parents over their children, who oats   90.86 per cent   being 821.1'.'". >
" k.inhaln,     r.f    ti'.rlr...      t,   '   v
rAre   allowed   to   wander   where   they
will and at such times as they please,
���with the very natural result that they
-get into  mischief, and commit these
acts of wanton damage to boulevards
and gardens.    The abuse requires to
S>e dealt  with firmly, and one or two   ranged from 80 to  90 and only
of   these   hobbledoys   and   hoodlums  was under 80 per cent
bushels; of barley, 92.87 per eent, being 51,449.000 bushels', nf corn. 81.04
per cent, being 15,606,000 bushels, of
potatoes, 79.86 per cent, being 79,-
140,000 bushels; of turnips, 86.17 per
cent, being 92,833,000 bushels, of the
total yield. Three of the crops were
over 90 per cent    in    quality,    four
one
Vancouver  Daily  Province
New Westminster Agency
The New Westminster Agency of the
Daily Province will in future be under the
management of C. A. Sutherland, late of
staff of the Daily Columbian, New Westminster. Temporary offices have been
secured in the quarters occupied by the
National Finance Company in the Curtis
Block, 657 Columbia Street.
All business of the Vancouver Daily
Province, Subscriptions, Advertising, and
News, or of a general nature, will be handled by Mr. Sutherland, A. W. McLeod,
finding that his other affairs require his
undivided attention, and withdrawing
May 1, 1910.
The Vancouver  Daily   Province
Phone 716
SAMPLES
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NEW WESTMINSTER
BRANCH   $  #   #
brought before the magistrate and
well punished. Then perhaps neglectful parents will begin to recognize
that it is time they exercised proper
control over their offspring.
The prevalence of this spirit nf
wanton damage serves to dissuade
people from devoting effort and expense to the beautifying of the external surrounding of their homes. Instead of this we need every encourage-
ineut to be given for the pursuit of
gardening in this < ity. There is room
for  a  good  deal   of   improvement   in
In the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alherta the quantity
of wheat on farms on the 31st of
March was 18.90 per cent, being 26,-
(182,000 bushels out of a total product
of 147.4S2.ooo bushels, as against 17,-
391,000, or 18.93 per cent out of 91,-
853.000 bushels last year.
The report of the department of
trade and commerce shows that there
had been inspected at Winnipeg and
points west for tbe seven months ending .March 31, 69,514 cars, or 74,032,-
410 bushels of wheat; 12,154 cars, or
23,092,600 bushels of oats, and 3.118
cars, or 2.741.Hon bushels of barley, i
At tho same date last year the fig- |
ures   were   61,098   cars,  or   64,152,900 j
Make Money Now
this respect and i' only tlie residents   bushels of wheat;   9,152 cars, or  16,-
generally can he Induced to improve   473,600 bushels of oats, and 2,576 cars,
their plots then  tho  aspect of New  or 3,091,200 bushels of barley.
,,,... .,, , .,    . J     Of   the   total   production   of   wheat
Westminster will be greatly improved   jn th_ NorthweBl  provIn0e8 ,ast year,
iUitl the city become  much  more at-   .���; ,1S  per cent,  was  merchantable,  of
tractive in its character. j oats  05.13  per cent    and of    barley
  115.44 per cent
PUBLICITY   WORK.
The appointment of a publicity commissioner made by the council is by
no means satisfactory. We do not wish
to cast  the  slightest   reflection   upon
In Ontario there was at the end of
March 3,017,000 bushels of wheat, as
against 4,550,000 bushels last year;
of oats 37,780,000, as against 44,715,-
000 bushels; of barley 4,920,000, as
against 7,144,000 bushels; of potatoes
13,224,000, as against 10,026,000
bushels; of turnips and other roots
she gentleman who has been appoint- n.r,r,8,ooo, as against 32,757,000 bushed, who is perhaps excellently fitted els in 1900.
for the post.    But we  believe he al-1    The percentage of products of the
m.^ru, \.,., i.i,. r,r,mA,  e  ii ���,!(i    , farm In 1910 which was of morchant-
ready has Ins nandi  fuil with work as     ,, , ,     ,,  ,   ,       ,,    .,
��� able  quality  ranks   high  for all     the
Becretary of tho Hoard of Trade, and  crops  )n  an  the provinces,  the  only
that being so we fail to Bee how he exception being potatoes in the Marl-
is to give the attention that is neces- time provinces, where correspondents
wtry to the publicity work of the city, report heavy losses    to    this    crop
���through rotting.
If the council desired to appoint Mr.
Wade to the post of Publicity Commissioner then he should have been
fiaid an adequate salary tind relieved
of the work attaching to the secretaryship  of  the   Hoard   of Trade.    Or
The condition of live stock in the
Dominion at the end of March was
uniformly high for all classes of farm
animals.
Correspondents report, an early
opening of spring In all parts of Canada,  and  in   Manitoba,  Saskatchewan
kOME choice buys in Sapperton on exceptionally
good terms, nothing better on
the market.
FOR EXAMPLE:-
Large lot close to car and
park, lane at back. Price
$400.   Good Terms.
And others if you call and
ot-t,   Lio. ��� ��� ��� ��� ���
Miller and Jewhurst
IF THE GOODS INTEREST YOU, WE ARE
CERTAIN THE PRICES
WILL    PLEASE   YOU
A large purchase of samples , including Handkerchiefs, (1|,,,
Hosiery. Umbrellas, Children's Hats, Dresses, Coats. Underskirts
Cushion Covers. These goods are not soiled, all fn sh and clean .
In extremely pleasing variety. Stunning little styles in Coats b
Dresses that come as a timely offering for the May Day celebratl
Call  and  Inspect   them  all���you  are just as welcome to look as toi
White P. K. Coats
Fascinating creations in white P, K. suitahle for children :
6 months to 2 years old; smartly trimmed and finished with em
dery and insertion.    From $i.ou to $2,25 each.
Smart Coats in Cashmere
Attractive garments for children   in   Cashmere,   Lustre  and   Bi
ford Cord, in shades of Blue Brown,   Oreen   and    Cream;    braided
cord and silk-trimmed collars and cuffs; a choice collection of dainty
styles  at   saving   prices.     From $17.", to $3.75.
Hats of All Descriptions
Straw Hats, Linen Hats, Duck   Hats,   Cloth   and   Serge   Hats  I
all colors and whin- at  pi ices  that   will  make them  go oui   with a
rush.    Ranging from 25c.
Sample Hose
Where the variety is greatest of till is in this collection of stock
lngs. Children's and Ladies' sizes in Cotton, Lisle, Cashmere and a surprising showing of Novelty Hosiery. A rare opportunity to supply
all your needs for the season. | Now is the time. Sample sales like
this are not every day occurrences, Vou should get hero early.)
Ladies' and Children's Hose  from 15c per pair.
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Phone   669���New  Westminster
(Opposite  City   Hall)
Open Every Evening.
Do you like breakfast nicely served���a little fruit to commence,
such as Rhubarb, Sliced Oranges, Grape Fruit, Bananas in Cream,
then Bacon, crisp and done to a turn, Fresh Eggs, boiled nnd fried,
Fish, Steak, Chops, etc? Try the "ROYAL CAFE." Snow white
Napery,    Neat,    Quick   and    Polite   Service.
in tbe alternative a (|tialiliecl assistant   tind Alherta. as well as in tlie counties
-.-should  have  been  appointed.
At no time in tlie history of the city
nas it been more important than now
that this publicity work should be
���done in a thorough manner. As we
bave urged time and again, this city
.needs a body of live intelligent business men to form a publicity bureau
r>r commission and direct the work of $5,000 IN LIQUOR AND
promoting   its   interests   abroad.    We TOBACCO DESTROYED
-consider  that the council   has  hy  its      ,.     .      .   ,,    ~     ~
;   Montreal, May 3.���Topers will mourn
'"     1; '       -ii".'..]  away a splen-  imd temperance societies rejoice that
a $6,000 worth of liquor and tobacco
have been destroyed.   The bottles and
j of Ontario along Lake Brie and Lake
Ontario, about one-half of the seeding was finished at the end of March.
A very favorable account of the
condition of fall wheat is given for
Ontario at the same period, but In
Alberta the crop suffered to some extent from drouth at the seeding season, and later from winter exposure.
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Seabold & Jones, Props.
Dominion   Trust   Block.
idrd opportunity of doing really good
work for the city.
Australia to Face  Deficit.
London, May 11.���The Australian deficit is expected to reach $-1,000,000.
Shackleton to Be Welcomed.
"Winnipeg,    May    ',',.���Arrangements  of unclaimed goods
are being made to extend a rousing
���Welcome to Sir Finest Shackelton,
who will arrive in the city May 26.
casks were conveyed to a convenient
dump and the spirituous contents
poured away. For obvious reasons
the chosen dump was not advertised.
The tobacco was burned, but not in
pipe or cigarette form.
The   liquor   and   tobacco  were   not
sold at. the annual customs bouse sale
md according to
Hendry to Visit Brussels.
London. May 3.���John Hendry, president of the Canadian Manufacturers'
association, is going on Saturday to
the continent to visit the Brussels exhibition. He afterwards intends to
t.o.t  the   British   manufacturing   con-
ttnn.
government regulation had to be di
stroyed. Practically all other catalogued offerings were disposed of, but
bids for the wines and weeds fell
short of the minimum price set by the
government ln order to cover the expense of duly, storage and sale. The
report, of the auctioneers to the customs department, will show thai two
lots of liquor, aggregating in value
$2,500 tind $200 could not be sold, and
the same fate befell $1,500 worth of
prime tobacco.
Commercial Hotel
CHILLIWACK
Containing 33 rooms. New bedding
and furniture throughout. Dining
room, bar room, two card rooms,
bath rooms electric light, etc. Beautifully situated in the heart of the town.
PRICE $16,000, Easy Terms
Exclusive Sale by
Brening & Co.
Rcom 5 & 6, Merchants Bank Building    Phone 686
Cor. Columbia and Begbie Streets
New Westminster, B. C.
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THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE K1VK.
SPORTING NEWS
IBOF NEWSPAPER DOPE
IEFFRIE5-J0BNS0N B'JUT
BASEBALL
Tuesday,  May   3.
AUSTRALIA SUPPLIES
BRITAIN WITH BEEf
THE GINGERBREAD
That
Ft*-
0
,, Mathematician Figures
Hundred  and   Five   Miles  of
Type  is Used  Weekly.
At
National  League.
Pittsburg���Pittsburg
Rain.
and
Chi-
' cago
At Brooklyn
j \ow Vork . ,
1 Brooklj n
it.  ii.  i:.
Arrangements Are Being
Made to Give Antipodes
Monopoly of Market.
. ,   ref!rles, Esq., and Mister
m,esJ'     were   to   read   every-
'"r;        ;    ���!   about   them   in'
 ,   llm    ' rt morning, they would
S11"101 i   time to devote to pre-
��"SlSJtSe everlasting
n"US,���  , , another.   A careful and
%*****>���' "'."."    "liiaatc     Places     the
eflght   d^pe   printed   it.   the
United States and
American League.
If
jaoi
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Of OIU
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amoi
^���l,ilI'l'l'S,.��1���v"ai 'l.'^O columns, and
if the
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lour liiiies   that   amount   on
There are something over
ilv   aew. papers   In   tlie   1'.   S.
ada so that this estimate onlj
n half a column in each on the
during   the   week   and  about
In the big week-end Bport-
���meats.   Altogether tins ag-
i s 12,500 columns a week, and
ordinary newspaper column
ns ^Ki lines, two and a half '
- long, ii follows���work it out
ourself���that if placed In one
weekly contribution made to|
At New York-
Washington   	
Now  York   	
At Philadelphia-
Boston   	
Philadelphia ���
At Chicago-
Chicago   	
Detroit   	
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At   New
Toronto
Newark
Eastern
Yolk-
League.
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Australia chilled beef is now selling
2   in Loudon markets for nine and a half
cents a pound for the best hind quart-
1- ers. The problem of netting this beef
"to England in a salable condition has
" | been solved hy building one ship, after
��� many previous experiments had failed,
"   and now a fleet of similar ships is to
be built, tO have Australia monopolize
,; English markets tu heel. This will
" shut out the I'niied Slates and Al'gBn-
" jtlna. hitherto sole sources of English
| supply, which countries hud charged
than   nine
hove i. f'-r-
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,h8eaxWon��memt'ure   by   parting
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line
Aug
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���WOU1'i   : 'letch   I'm
miles
The ti'jht and lhe 1ij.litors have been
ten ahout on almost as liberal a
, for several months past, and It
i exaggeration to say that al least
miles of print, or sufficient to
from Fort Churchill to Liver-
^^^ accompanied hy several acres of
plctu ��������� of the men. their former victims I.'ii spanini: paitners, trainers,
rubi
Coast Lr. guc.
At San Francisco    ill in.ill.   ll.   11.
Sacramento   l     7     l
Oakland      0      9      I
At Portland -Portland Vernon game
postponed account wei grounds.
At Los Angeles���San Francslco-Los
Angeles game postponed; teams failed
to arrive in time.
Northwestern   League.
At  Seattle- R,   II.   ]���:.
Vancouver   2     5     2
Seattle      8
Batteries���Blinker,    Haddoi
Lewis;   Miller and  Shea.
At Spokane��� R
Tacoma      5
Spokane     1
Batteries���Hall and Byrnes;
and Ostdlek,
Games   Today.
Vancouver at Seattle.
Tacoma at Spokani
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key
���rs.   wives,   sweethearts,   automo-
, etc., have already been published
not  only published  but read  as
The li. ht is still nine weeks off.
with a small army of scribes quar-
I   In   each  of   the   rival   training
is,   some   for   individual     papers
others  for  syndicates  and  press
lations. it Is only to be expected
���he volume of printers' Ink that!
flow  in this terrific contest  will
>ase as the fourth of July draws
It is therefore only reasonable
ippose that by the time the story
he battle itself  has been  told  to
��� rid, with what  the winner and
loser, and their trainers, and the
rei   and Corbett and Sullivan end
Burns   and    Vic    McLaglen
\she have  to  say about it,
2,760 miles or enough to reach
��� ! pool to Montreal, will have
ded.   if the people didn't read
; ipers wouldn't print it���that's
ng  sure.
IIRST LEAGUE CAME
TAKES PLACE ON SATURDAY
Standing  of
Tacoma   . .
Seattle  ..
Vancouver
Spokane   .
the Clubs.
Won Lost
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prices   very   much   highet
und a half cents ;i pound
red  to.
In the course of one or two years,
tiiis Australian beef supply for England Will he under full headway, and
then the l'nited Slat, s, being deprived
of one of its best foreign customers
for beef, win have a larger supply for
Inline consumption, What is of equal
importance, the same ships that take
this chilled beef from Australia to
England also can bring it to the
United states, where it will enter into
compel it ion with domestic product,
provided home prices continue to soar.
Altogether, therefore, the outlook Is
regarded by experts In this city as
favorable for cheaper'meat In this
country.
Not Same as Frozen Beef.
Chilled beef ls not the same as frozen beef, and sells for .   cents a pound
more in London than the frozen arti-
It is not only  chilled, but it  ls
Linley
_        secret
v ���, and hung up in large chambers specially designed for  that purpose
Comedy of Coming Production Net of
Hackneyed Style.
"The Gingerbread Man," that delightful little tairyesque and fantastic
comic opi ra by Fre lei Ick G. Rankin
and A. Baldwin Sloane will be presented   here   With   a   wi all h   of   delail
and scenic magnificence, as well as
costumlc embellishments that wlll Im-
medluti ly commend Itself to the patrons of high class music.
First of all "Tho Gingerbread Man"
is a good entertainer, written on lines
of distinction with brilliant music and
excellent comedy of a class not hackneyed, ii offers a distinct novelty from
the mi called  musical  comedies from
the fact that it depends not on a series
of numbers strung together, but on a
story   consistently   told   and     funnily
rendered.   It is full of bright sayings
and amusing situations and inch character creates for itself an  unusual interest for the reason- that  they were
built   by   artisans   of  talent   and   ex-
perience,   Messis. Rank'en and Sloane
had   many   successful   works   to   their
credit:   "Coming Through  the  Rye,"
"Lady    Teazle."    "Sergeant    Kitty,"
"The Mocking Bird," and many others
were the result, of their pons, and they
have  made  fortunes  in  royalties with
their clever productions,
The present management has secured a cast that have made the piece
a classic, BUCb artists as Wally llel-
ted, Loss Snow, Garrlck Major, William Cameron. Hose Murray, Inez Gir-
ard, Helen Keers, and .lane Ayres,
render the piece in superb style and
the many pretty numbers clever dia-
logues and the brilliant comedy receive perfect rendition at their hands.
The ensemble work is particularly
brilliant, and all that can be
desired and the event of the coming of
i "The Gingerbread Man" will be looked
forward to hy all who are interested In
��� high class theatricals.
"The Gingerbread Man" will appear
here on May 11 at tbe Opera house,
for one performance.
The South West
quarter of Section 16,
Township 10.
160 acres at $50
an acre.
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BISLEY   TEAM   CHOSEN.
Coast
���   flrsl City league baseball game
��� asoti will be played mi Satur-
'��� ��� noun,   when   the   Alerts   and
Leafs    will    meet     at     Moody
The  Alei ts  is  a  new  team   In
ie  and   have   not   showed   up
I-,;   strong   In   the   practice
they  have had.     The  Maple
e   the  dark   horses   of   the
They have played no games
ii and  have not   been  adve -
��� elr pracl ices, bul are under-
ood ii be pretty strong. At their
st practice a few nights ago they
id twenty-two men on the Beld try-
'   for the  different   positions.   At
lia; rate they should bave a cinch on
City  league.
Ottawa,   May
the   Dominion   Rifle   	
last evening and dealt wltb the selection of the team which is to represent
Canada at this year's Bisley meeting.
Acceptances were reported from every
eligible member of the first twenty.
The team will, as before, consist  of
Sergt.   C.   \V.    Russell,   G.   G.   F
Capt.   W.   H.   Forrest.   Sixth   I).  C.  O.
R.; Sergt. Mclnnes. Nineteenth A. M.
U ;   l'te.  W, ,1.  Clifford. Tenth  Royal
Grenadiers;     Corp.    H.     Whitehorn,
Tenth Royal Grenadiers;  Capt. C, R
Crowe, Thirtieth Regiment; l'te. W, L
Latimer,    Tenth    Royal    Grenadiers;
l'te.  F,  Bibby, Seventy-seventh
ment;   Sergt   F,   A,   stock.   Seventy-
seventh   Regiment;   Capt.   \v.   Hart-
McHarg, Sixth  H. C. O,  It'.  Sergt. F.
11.     Monis.    Firty-slxth     Regiment;
staff.Sergt.   T.   Mitchell,   Thirteenth
Regiment; ll. Green, Second o. O. R.;
Segt.      B,    R,     Last wood.    Thirtieth
Regiment; Gunner C. W. Sharp. Second C. A.;  Lieut G. J. Lowe. Forty-
Bixth   Regiment;   Lieut.  W.  Drysdale,
Eleventh  Regiment;   l'te. J. A. Steele,
Thirtieth   Regiment;    Color-Sergt.   J.
Freeborn.  Thirteenth   Regiment;   l'te.
D, McKle, Thirtieth Regiment.
ise.
Australian beef is now being sold at
moderate prices ln Xew York City, and
iz ! those prices are to go lower still, it is
I believed, as soon as the supply can be
increased by building of ships.
For sixteen years, experiments were
. made in tlie shipment of chilled beet
Men   Among  Those   Who  Will   from  Australia  to     England, but  not
Shoot  for  Canada. j until last  year were they pronounced
.���The  executive  of Ithoroughly  successful.    The  first  ex-
association   met; periment came in 1894, and there were
others in 1SH5 and 1896���all failures.
Similar shipments from New Zealand
in 1896 and 1896  were likewise failures.    But last September, the Marathon, a vessel fitted up with a special
chilled beef chamber, sailed from Bt is-
G.; I bane, via t lie cape, with 1,350 quarters
aboard, arriving in London in November, with her cargo in excellent condition.    The prices at  which  the meat
was   sold,   much   below   tiie   standard
prices of that time, yielded a good pro-
lit, whereat the English people began
ti   sit up and take notice.   Nine and a
Premier  Murray  Improving.
Halifax,   May   3.���Premier   Murray
continues to improve, but it is certain
that part of his leg will  have to be j
amputated   as  the  circulation  of  the
blood is stopped.
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ivoniim at  Queen's park between  the
t  Knd and and  Sapperton  teams.
Westenders will line up as
Goal.   Feeney.   point.   Mor-
ii.   cover.  Gregory;   defence   Held,
[ooper. Battson, Sibley; centre. Burr,
me  aeld,  L.  Sangster,  Wllkie,  P.
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The College baseball team defeated
the   Alerts   yesterday   evening   in   a
four-innln.   game by a score of -I to 2.
tbe class of ball put up being an improvement   on   earlier   games.     Pou-
pore and Hrown formed the battery for
the collegians,   The Alerts were represented by  the following;   McPhail,
Peck  and .latnieson   (battery), Yulll,
Mathers.   Tom   Peck,   Kenny.   Wllkie,
Rlelly, Fletcher.
C. Stein umpired in fear and trembling.
Regl- I half cents a pound was a great change \
from twenty and twenty-live cents.
The whole of England an.l parts of .
Scotland became interested, for this;
nine and a half cent rate extended as
far north as Glasgow. The'Marathon,
now the only ship of its type afloat.
is to he followed by a fleet of thc
Biitue kind, and all of them are to en-
I gage in tlie beef trade from Australia,
Stopping al  New York.
British Economists Joyful.
English economists view this open-
in.    witli   undisguised   joy.     They not
only see a cheaper meat supply than
formerly,   hut   that    supply     coming
from another part  of the British em-j
pire, and not  from foreign lands.    It
is  estimated  that  England  will  take I
| 2(Ki,OIK) quarters of chilled beef from j
Australia the first year the improved
service  is    in     operation.     Australia
meanwhile Is preparing itself for this
new  business.      Queensland    showed
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Seven room; mod, yn; Alherta St.
Seven room; modern; linn ette St
si\ room; modern; Simpson St. $
Six   room;   modern;   Hospital  St.
Six room;  modern:  Alherta
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$'J,T00;  $1,000 cash.
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4,321,000 head of cattle in 1008 as compared witli but 2,543,471 in  1902, and
the   other   colonies   of  Australia   are
showing a like increase.
This shipment of beef by the wholesale  from  Australia  to  England  will
affect   the entire  civilized   world,  for
the beef question Is a world question.
In the United States it seems likely to
I brin.    about  a   reduction   In   price  of
| meats, even   if   present   agitation   of
high cost of living should bring ahout
no tangible results,    lf the American
beef barons are cut off from England,
and  have  their  increased supply  still
further increased by beef from Austra j
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Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
VV OUKMEN* can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
__��� v'ERYTHIXG to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
ERSOXS other  than  employees  accidentally  injured    about    the
premises invariably sue for damages.
EGARDLESS of their own responsibility  for the  accident,  or the
existence of negligence on the part of others.
N the slightest pretext employees may sue you. even for accidents
caused by the negligerce of a fellow-workman, and
HE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of
the accident by which he was injured.
1  M PLOY ERS and business men can ill afford to assume the risk
1       of this ever-increasing and uncertain liability.
' REDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms
'       is sometimes seriously impaired by such damage suits.
O go to law means lass of time,  money,  endless annoyance  and
worry.
f OUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are insured.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,   MAY 4
The Daily Mews JOHN HENDRY SPEAKS
ABOLISH HOBELES.
GOVERNMENT TO STUDY
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Or ON ^."il Ari|I>
WEDNESDAY,   MAY  4,   1910.
A   GARDEN   CITY.
What  with  the gambols of owner-
ft-ss, vagrant dogs und the ravages of
mischievous  urchins  it   seems  to be
a matter of some difficulty to maintain
;i garden  in  decent  order in  this city
.just now.    The question of responsibility   <f  preventiug   lhe   pranks  and;
iimceedings of the ltd ter class of offenders was brougUt to the notice of
Jthe council at  thei,- meeting on Monday   night   by   Mr.   !'".   J.   Hart,   who;
wrote with regard to the destruction]
of hi�� boulevard, and  urged  that  thei
onus  of   affording protection   against j
tbe destroyers  was  upon   the city.
The trouble is not new. hut it soonis
jo be growing more extensive and
more acute. Many of those who have
striven to Improve the surroundings
>i:rf their homes and thereby contribute
io the beautifying of the city generally
havp had to contend with the forces
of mischief and destruction for some
time past. It is time something was
*lnne to put a stop to this nuisance
In culling attention to this matter
>on previous occasions we have con-
sfcnded that it is the duty of the council to prelect tbe citizens against both
mischievous boys and the depredations of stray dogs. Now that a
prominent citizen has brought the matter forward and again reminded the
council of its duty we hope some steps
Twill be taken in the desired direction. Hut also there is a responsibility upon the parents of children
-who perpetrate these mischievous
tacts. There is, we regret to say, a
aad want of control on the part of
many parents over their children, who
rare allowed to wander where they
will and at such times as they please,
with the very natural result that they
���*;et into mischief, and commit these
acts of wanton damage to boulevards
and gardens. The abuse requires to
ibe dealt with firmly, and one or two
of these hobbledoys and hoodlums
���brought before the magistrate and
well punished. Then perhaps neglectful parents will begin to recognize
tlnit it is time tbey exercised proper
control over their offspring.
The prevalence of this spirit of
wanton damage serves to dissuade
people from devoting effort and expense to the beautifying of the external surrounding of their homes. Instead of this we need every encouragement, to he given for the pursuit of
gardening in this city. There is room
for a good deal of Improvement in
this respect and if only the residents
generally can be induced to improve
cheir plots then the aspect of New
Westminster will be greatly improved
iind the city become much more attractive in its character.
ON PREFERENCE BE WHEAT
B.   C.   Man   Tells   Englishmen   Canada
Is   Not   Anxious   to   Profit   nt
Expense of  Britain.
London, May :i.���Asked if the progress iii tlie northwest id' Canada is being retarded hy the lack i.i' preference
to Canadian wheal in the English market, John Hendry, of Vancouver, president oi' the Canadian Manufacturers'
association, said: "No. I do not think
it is. Of course. Canadian farmers
would like to make more money hy
their produce, hut I am sure tbey
will not wisli to receive an increased
in ice at the expense of the people of
this country."
Mr. Hendry said further: "You people must settle this matter for yourselves. I can assure you that whatever decision you arrive at. we in
Canada will not quarrel with it."
Gradual Disuse Is Decided Upon by
American Horsemen.
Chlcacgo, May 3.���The ultimate
abolition of hobbles was determined
upon today at the biennial meeting
id' tlie American Trotting association.
W. F. James, of Torre Haute, 1ml..
was re-elected president of tlie association, and VV. II. Kni. hi, of Chicago, secretary, 'l'he retiring directors wore all re-elected. Seventy-five
delegates, representing Tun members,
were present and hy a vote of live
to one decided that there shall be
no hobbles upon two-year-olds this
seanson, none of three-year-olds nexl
season, none on three-year-olds nexl
and that, in 1914 the use of hobbles
shall   he  barred  altogether.
New York. May 3.���The wholesale
egg dealers and owners of storage
warehouses in New York and vicinity
were \isited today hy an agent of the
department of agriculture, which lias
directed the collection of specimens
of eggs from various seel ions of the
country. The i ggs are to he sent to
Washington, where they will be kept
through the summer in order to determine, under tlie eye of government
experts, just what change takes place
under various conditions.
Some of llie eggs will he kept in
coolers   similar   to   those   of     Storage
warehouses, others will he packed and
preserved according to the various
methods known to tbe trade.
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THE
PUBLICITY   WORK.
The appointment of a publicity commissioner made by the council is by
no means satisfactory. We do not wish
to cast the slightest reflection upon
she gentleman who has been appointed, who is perhaps excellently fitted
for tbe post. But we believe he already has his hands full with work as
secretary of tho Hoard of Trade, and
that being so we fail to see how he
is to give the attention that is necessary to tbe publicity work of the city.
If the council desired to appoint Mr.
Wade to the post of Publicity Commissioner then he should have been
{���aid tin adequate salary and relieved
of the work attaching to the secretaryship or the Hoard of Trade. Or
in tbe alternative a qualified assistant
���zihould  have been appointed.
Al no time in tlie history of the city
baa it been more important than now
that this publicity work should be
-.lone in ;i thorough manner. As we
bave urged time and again, tiiis city
needs a body of live intelligent business men to form a publicity bureau
ar commission and direct the work of
Vromoting its interests abroad. We
���consider that tlie council has by its
.act altogether thrown away a splen-
'did opportunity of doing really good
work for the city.
Interesting Bulletin Issued by the Census Office at Ottawa.
Ottawa.   May  II.���A  bulletin  of  the
census and  statistics ollice issued to-   H
day  shows  that   al   the end  of  March"
the quantity of wheat in the farmers'
hands   in   the   whole   of  Canada   was
about  18.28  per cent of the crop    of
last   year.     This  is  30,484,000  out  of
166,744,000 bushels, as compared with
20.23  per  cent,  or  22,747,000  bushels |
out of tho harvest of 112,434,000 bushels In 1908.    Of oats there was 40.03
per   cent,   or   Hl.-WH.OOO   out   of   353,-
466,000  bushels, as against  43.62  per
cent, or 109,222,000 out of 250,377,000
bushels  last.  year.    Of  barley,  there I
was 2H.81 per cent, or 10.517,000 out i
of 55,398,000 bushels, as against 33.56
per cent, or 15,01)2.000 out of 46,762,-
000 bushels  last year.    Of    potatoes j
there was 43,280,000 out of 0H.OS7.2O0 [
bushels, or 4;!.tl8 per cent, as against ]
44.10  per  cent,  or 32.542.111   bushels
out   of  a  crop   of   73,700,000   bushels
last year.    Of  hay  and  clover  there
was   211.51   per   cent,   being   2,973,000
out of 11,877.100 tons, as against 34.51
per cent, or 11,052,000 tons out of 11,-
450,000 tons of the crop of 1908.
It is estimated that 05.87 per cent
of the wheat crop of the Dominion in
1009,  equivalent  to   159,808.000   bushels, was of merchantable quality;    of ���
oats, 90.80 per cent, being 321,190,000
bushels;  of barley, 92.87 per cent, being 51,449.000 bushels;  of corn, 81.04 |
per cent, being 15,006,000 bushels, of i
potatoes,   70,80   per   cent,   being    79,-
140,000 bushels;  of turnips, 80.17 per,
cent, being 02,8,13.000 bushels, of the
1 total yield. Three of the crops were
over 90  per  cent,    in    quality,    four ]
! ranged from 80 to 00 and only    one j
I was under SO per cent.
In  the provinces of  Manitoba, Sas-1
jkatchewan  and  Alherta the quantity
of  wheat   on   farms  on   the   31st    of
March  was IS.00 per cent, being 20.- ,
682,000 bushels out of a total product !
, of 147,482.000 bushels, as against  17,-
' 391,000, or 18.03 per cent out of 01,-
853,000 bushels last year.
The report of the department of
trade and commerce shows   that there
J had  been inspected at  Winnipeg and
. points west for the seven months ending March 31, 69,514 cars, or 74,032,-
410 bushels of wheat; 12,154 cars, or
21!,002.0110 bushels  of  oats,  and  3.118
j cars, or 3,741,600 bushels of barley.
At  the same  date  last  year  the  fig-
j ures were 01.008 cars, or 64,152,900
bushels  of  wheat;   0,152 cars, or 16,-
��� 473,000 bushels of oats, and 2.570 cars,
or 3.091,200 bushels of barley.
Of the total production of wheat
in tlie Northwest provinces last year,
96.48 per cent, was merchantable, of
oats 05.13 per cent and of barley
05.44 per cent.
In Ontario there was at the end of
March 3,017,000 bushels of wheat, as
against 4,550.000 bushels last year;
of oats  37,780,000, as against. 44,715,-
j 000 bushels; of barley 4,020,000, as
against 7,144,000 bushels; of potatoes
1.1,224.000. as against 10,020,000
bushels; of turnips and other roots
11.058,000, as against 32,757,000 bushels in 1909.
The percentage of products of the
farm ln 1010 which was of merchantable quality ranks high for all the
crops in all the provinces, the only
exception being potatoes in the Maritime provinces, where correspondents
report heavy losses to this crop
through rotting.
The condition of live stock in the
Dominion at tlie end of March was
uniformly high for all classes of farm
animals.
Correspondents report an early
opening of spring in all parts of Canada, and in Manitoba, Saskatchewan
tind Alherta, as well as in the counties
Of Ontario along Lake Erie and Lake
Ontario, about one-half of the seeding was finished at tho end of March.
A very favorable account of the
condition of fall wheat Is given for
Ontario at the same period, but ln
Alherta the crop suffered to some extent from drouth at the seeding season, and later from winter exposure.
Vancouver  Daily   Province
New Westminster Agency
The New Westminster Agency of the
Daily Province will in future be under the
management of C. A. Sutherland, late of
staff of the Daily Columbian, New Westminster. Temporary offices have been
secured in the quarters occupied by the
National Finance Company in the Curtis
Block, 657 Columbia Street.
All business of the Vancouver Daily
Province, Subscriptions, Advertising, and
News, or of a general nature, will be handled by Mr. Sutherland, A. W. McLeod,
finding that his other affairs require his
undivided attention, and withdrawing
May 1, 1910.
The Vancouver  Daily   Province
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Phone 716
Make Money Now
kOME choice buys in Sapperton on exceptionally
good terms, nothing better on
the market.
R3R EXAMPLE:-
Large lot close to car and
park, lane at back. Price
$400.   Good Terms.
And others if you call and
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iF THE GOODS iNTER-
EST YOU. WE ARE
CERTAIN THE PRICES
WILL    PLEASE   YOU
A lar. o purchase of samples ,   Including   Handkerchiefs,   Oli
Hosiery. Umbrellas, Children's Hats. Dresses, Coats. Underskirts 1
Cushion Covers,   These goods are riot  soiled, all fresh and clean
in extremely  pleasing  variety.   Stunning   little   styles   in   Coats
Dresses that come as a timely offering for tlie May Day celebral
Call and  inspect  them all���you are Just as welcome to look as to b
White P. K. Coats
Fascinating  creations   in   white   IV   K.   suitahle   for   children   !:
ti months  to 2 years old;  smartly  trimmed  and  finished  with  em
dery and insertion.    From .l.nu to $2,26 each.
Smart Coats in Cashmere
y Attractive garments for children  in  Cashmere,  Lustre and  Bed
ford Cord, in shades of Blue Brown, Qreen and Cream; braided,
j cord and Bilk-trimmed collars and cuffs; a choice collection of dalnt;
1     Btyles  at   savin.,   prices.    From $1.75 to $::.7Tj.
Hats of All Descriptions
Straw Hats, Linen Hats. Duck   Hats,   cloth   and   Serge   Hate
all   cidors  and  white  at   prices   that   wiil   make   them   un   out   wilh   ...
rush.    Ranging from 25c,
Sample Hose
Where the variety is greatest of all is in this collection of stock
ings. Children's and Ladies' sizes in Cotton, I.isle. Cashmere and a stir.
prising showing of Novelty Hosiery, a rare opportunity to supply-
all your needs for the season. 1 Now is the time. Sample sales like
this ure not every day occurrences, You should get lure early, 1
Ladies' and Children's  Hose from 15c per pair.
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such   as   Rhubarb,  Sliced  Oranges,   Grape   Fruit,   Bananas   in   Cream,
then   Bacon, crisp and  done to a  turn,   Fresh   Eggs,  boiled  and fried.
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$5,000 IN  LIQUOR AND
TOBACCO DESTROYED
Australia to Face Deficit.
London, May 11.���The Australian de-
Sicit is expected to reach $4,000,000.
Shackleton to Be Welcomed.
"Winnipeg,    May    3.���Arrangements
are bei. g made to extend  a rousing
-welcome   to   Sir Ernest  Shackelton,
who will arrive in tlie city May 26.
Hendry to Visit Brussels.
London, May II.���.lohn Hendry, president of the Canadian Manufacturers'
association, is going on Saturday to
the continent to visit the Brussels exhibition. He afterwards intends to
torn- the   British  manufacturing  cen-
Montreal, May ;!.���Topers will mourn
and temperance societies rejoice that
a $5,000 worth of liquor and tobacco
have boon destroyed. The bottles and
casks were conveyed to a convenient
dump and the spirituous contents
poured away. For obvious reasons
the chosen dump was not advertised.
The tobacco was burned, but not in
pipe or cigarette form.
The liquor and tobacco were not
sold at the annual customs house sale
of unclaimed goods, and according to
government regulation had to be destroyed. Practically all other catalogued offerings were disposed of, but
bids for the wines and weeds fell
short of the minimum price set by the
government, in order to cover the expense of duty, storage tind sale. The
report of the auctioneers to the customs department will show thai two
lots of liquor, aggregating in value
S2.500 and $201) could not he sold, and
the same fate befell $1,500 worth of
prime tobacco.
Commercial Hotel
CHILLIWACK
Containing 33 rooms. New bedding
and furniture throughout. Dining
room, bar room, two card rooms,
bath rooms electric light, etc. Beautifully situated in the heart of the town.
PRICE $16,000, Easy Terms
Exclusive Sale by
Brening & Co.
Rcom 5 & 6, Merchants Bank Building    Phone 686
Cor. Columbia and Begbie Streets
New Westminster, B. C.
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:        . Lednesday,
MAY
1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE *'1vk.
SPORTING NEWS
Es OF NEWSPAPER DOPE
JEFFRIES-JORNSON BOUT
BASEBALL
AUSTRALIA SUPPLIES
BRITAIN WITH BEEF
THE GINGERBREAD  MAN.
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Ished   but   tea.I   as
weeks off.
Tuesday, May  3.
National  League.
At   Pittsburg���Pittsburg
cago.   Rain,
At Brooklyn-
New   Vork   	
Brooklyn  	
American League.
At   New York���
Washington   	
New  York   	
At Philadelphia���
Boston   	
Philadelphia  	
At  Chicago-
Chicago   	
| Arrangements Are Being
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At San Francisco���111 In, )R
Sacramento   l
Oakland      0
At Portland   Portland Vernon game
post poued account wet grounds.
At  Los Angeles���San Francsico-Los
Angeles game postponed; teams failed
to arrive In time.
Northwestern   League.
1    At Seattle R.
Vaiien i\er   2
Seattle      8
Batteries-  Brinker,    Haddot
Lewis;   Milh-r and  Shea.
I    At Spokane��� R
Tacoma   	
Spokane   	
Batteries���Hall and Byrn
and   Ostdiek.
Games   Today.
Vancouver at  Seattle.
Tacoma at Spokani
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etc., have ah
lot   only   put
The fl. lit is still nim
ith a small army of scribes tularin   eacli   of   tho   rival   training
Borne   for   individual    papers
ithers  for  syndicates  and  press
lations, it ls only to be expected
I ���   volume of printers' Ink that
low ln this terrific contest will
isi   as  the  fourth  of July  draws
:     It Is therefore only reasonable
ppose that by tbe time tbe story
e battle itself  has been  told  to
rorld,  witli  what  the winner and
oser, and their trainers, and the
ee  and Corbett  and Sullivan end
Burns    and    Vic    McLaglen
?Vshe have to say about  it.
Dtliet 2,760 miles or enough to reach
erpool to Montreal, will have
led.    If the people didn't read
it pers wouldn't print it���that's
H:
Bpst league came
-akes place on saturday
Standing
Tacoma .
Seattle . ,
Vancouvei
Spokane
BISLEY   TEAM
Coast
Men   Among   Those   Who
Shoot  for   Canada.
Ottawa,   May   :',.���The   executive
the   Dominion   Rifle   association
Australia chilled beef is now si
in London markets tor nine and -.���
cents a pound for the best hind quarters.   The problem of _ettin_ this beef
to England in a salable condition has
been solved hy building one ship, after
many previous experiments had failed.
and now a fleet, of similar ships is to
be built, to have Australia monopolize
English  markets  tor  beef.    'I nis will
shut out the United states ami Argentina, hitherto sole sources of English
supply, which countries had charged
prices  very   much  higher  than  nine
-   and a half cents fi pound above refer-
i   red to.
In the course of one or two years,
tiiis Australian heel supply for England will be under full headway, and
then the United states, being deprived
of om- oi  its best  foreign ens; irs
for beef, will have a larger supply for
inline consumption,   What is of equal
Importance, the same ships that take
this   chilled   beef   from     Australia   to
England  also  can   bring It.    to    the
United S'ates, where it will enter into
compel it ion   with   domestic     product,
provided homo prices continue to soar
Altogether,  then-fore, tbe outlook
regarded  by  experts in  this city
favorable for  cheaper'meat
country.
Not Same as Frozen Beef.
Chilled beef is not the same as frozen beef, and sells for 2 cents a pound
more in London than the frozen article.    It is not only chilled, but it '
sterilized in shipment by the
process, which  thus  far is
process, tind hung up In
hers  specially  	
pose.
Australian beef is now being sold at
moderate prices ln New York City, and
those prices are to go lower still, it is
believed, as soon as the supply can be
increased by building of ships.
For sixteen years, experiments were
made in the shipment of chilled beef
from Australia to England, but not
until last year were they pronounced
thoroughly successful. The
periment came in 1894
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and
is
tis
this
The Gingerbread Man," thai delightful little falryesque and fantastic
comic opei a by Pre lei Ick G, Rankin
and a. Baldwin Sloane win be presented here with a wealth of detail
and scenic magnificence as well as
costumlc embellishments that will Inv
niediati ly i-miuieiiii Itself to the pat-
i mis of  high  class music.
First of all "The Gingerbread Man"
is a rood entertainer, written on lines
of dl tlnctlon with brilliant music and
excellent comedy of a class not hackneyed, ii offers a distinct, novelty from
the so called musical comedies from
the fact that it depends not on a sei leu
of numbers strung together, bul on a
story consistently told and funnily
rendered. H is full of brlghl sayings
and amusing situations and each character creates for Itself an unusual interest tor the reason that they were
built by artisans of talent and experience, .Messrs. Ranken and Sloane
had many successful works to their
credit: "Coming Through the Rye,"
"Lady Teazle," "Sergeant Kitty,"
"The Mocking Bird." and many others
were the result of their pens, and they i
have made fortunes in royalties with
tin h i lever productions.
The present management has so- i
cured a cast that have made the piece!
a classic, such artists as Wally Helled. Boss Snow, Garrlck Major, William Cameron, Rose Murray, Inez Gir-
ard, Helen Keers, and .lane Ayres,
renih r the piece in superb stylo and
the many pretty numbers clever dialogues and the brilliant comedy receive perfect rendition at their bands.
The ensemble work is particularly
brilliant and till that can be
desired and the event of the coming of
"The Gingerbread Man" will be looked
forward to by all who are interested in
high class theatricals.
"The Gingerbread Man" will uppear
here on  May  11  at the Opera house,
| for one performance.
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Township 10.
160 acres at $50
an acre.
Easy Terms.
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eason will be played on Satur-
moon,   when   the   Alerts   and
Leafs   will    meet    at    Moody
The Alerts is a new team In
ie and have nol  showed  up
larl>J   Btrong   In   the   practice
have had.      The   Maple
a     .  ���-   the   dark   horses   of   the
igue.   Tbey have played no games
a and have not been adver-
��� elr practices, bul  are under-
iod to be  pretty  strong.    At  their
tlce a  few  nights ago they
nty-two men on the held try-
I ir the different positions. At
ti   they should have a cinch on
���   Citj  league.
first  ex
and there were
18K5 and 1896���all failures.
^^^^^^^ rom New Zealand
in  lS'.tu and IS'.hj  were likewise failures.    But last September, the Marathon, a vessel fitted up witli a special
chilled beef chamber, sailed from Brisbane, via the cape with 1,350 quarters
aboard, arriving in London in November, with her cargo in excellent condition.    Tbe  prices at  wliich  the  meat
was   sold,   much   below   the   standard
I prices of that time, yielded a good pro-
lit, whereat the English people began
ncio, I tc sit up and take notice
Seventy-seventh   Regl-' half cents a pound was a _
from   twenty   and   twenty-live    cents
The whole   of   England   and  parts  u.
Scotland  became  interested,  for  this
nine and a half cent rate extended as
far ninth as Glasgow
O.
M.
last evening and dealt with the selec- others in
tion of the toam which is to represent I Similar shipments
Canada at  this year's Bisley meeting.
Acceptances were reported from every
eligible member of the first twenty.
The team will, as before, consist
Sergt.   c.   W.   Russell,  G,  G.   F.
('apt.  W. ll. Forrest, sixth D. C
R.;  Sergt.  Mclnnes.  Nineteenth  A
It ;   l'te.  W. ,1. Clifford, Tenth  Royal
Grenadiers;     Corp,     ll.    Whttehorn,
Tenth  Royal Grenadiers;  Capt. C. R,
Crowe, Thirtieth Regiment; Pte, W, L.
Latimer.    Tenth    Royal    Grenadiers-
l'te.  ���  ^^^^_M
ment;   Sergt   !���'.   A.   Steck,   Seventy-,
seventh   Regiment;   Capt.   W,   Hart-
McHarg, Sixth  D, C, O,  IL:  Sergt. F.
ll.     Morris.    Plrty-slxth     Regiment;
Staff-Sergt.   T.   Mitchell,   Thin  ei th
Regiment; ll. Green, Second Q. O. R.;
Segt.       E.     R,     Fast wood,    Thirtieth
Regiment;  Gunner C. W. sharp. Second C. A.;  Lieut. G. J, Rowe, Forty-
Bixth  Regiment;   Lieut. VV.  Drysdale,
Eleventh Regiment; Pte. J. A. Steele.
Thirtieth   Regiment;   Color-Sergt.   J.
Freeborn, Thirteenth  Regiment;
D. McKle, Thirtieth Regiment.
Premier Murray Improving.
Halifax, May 3,���Premier Murray
continues to improve, but it is certain
that part of his leg wlll bave to be
amputated as the circulation of the
blood is stopped.
"GET THE   HABIT"
One Quire of
NOTE PAPER
and One Packet of
ENVELOPES
For Today Only
20c
Contractors and
House Builders
4.
We have a full   line   ox   tne
Builders  Hardware in the City.
Us, as we
lete
Best
Before Building See
Also Comp
money.
Stock
believe   we   can   save   you
ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
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ThC   rairi   ^ Timberland Lumber Company,  Ltd.
646  Columbia  Street
\Vc buy for cash and sed for the same
Nine and a
���as a great change
Pte.
COLLEGE WINS.
Lacrosse  Tommrow
junior   lacrosse   game   of
Junior
[Tlie  flrsj^^^^^^^^^^^^
season will he played tomorrow
. enlng at Queen's park between the
Vest End and and Sapperton teams,
ipiieii the Westenders will line up as
bllows:     Coal.   Feeney;   point.   Mor-
son;  cover. Gregory;   defence  field,
fcoper, Battson, Sibley; centre. Burr,
time   Held.   L.   Sangster,   Wllkie,   P.
jster, Murray, Johns.
The College baseball team defeated
the   Alerts   yesterday   evening   in   a
four-inning game by a score of -1 to 2,
the class of hall put  up being nn improvement   on   earlier   games.     Pou-
pore and Hrown formed the battery for
the collegians,    The  A-lerta were represented by  the  following;   McPhail,
Peck  and  Jamleson   (battery),  Yulll,
Mathers.   Tom   Pock,   Kenny,   Wllkie.
Uielly. Fletcher.
('. Stein umpired in fear and trembling.
^ ^^^^^The' Marathon.
now the only ship of its type afloat,
i'-, to be followed by a fleet of the
game kind, and all of tbem are to engage in the beef trade from Australia,
stopping at  New York.
British  Economists Joyful.
English economists view  this opening  witli  undisguised  joy.    They not
only see a cheaper meat supply than
formerly,   but  that    supply    coming
from another part of the British empire, and not from foreign  lands.    It
is  estimated  that  England  will  take
Htm,mm quarters of chilled beef from
Australia the first year the improved
service   is     In    operation.     Australia
meanwhile Is preparing itself for this
new  business.      Queensland    showed
4,321,000 bead of cattle in 1008 as compared with but 2,643.471  in 1902, and
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I! sapperton houses
$i;imi cash.
$1,000 cash.
100 cash.
Seven room; modern;  Alherta St.    .2,600;
Seven room; modern-. Brunette St,    .2,700;
Six room, modern; Simpson St.   $2,600; Sl
Six  room;   modern;   Hospital St.    .2,000; $1,000 cash.
Six room; modern; Alberta    st.   f 1,700; $360 cash.
six room; Keary St.   $2,500;$1.260 cash.
Six  room;   Strand  st,    $1,700; $400 cash.
-Six   room;    iiotih   Sl.     $1,600;   $500   cash.
-Seven room;   Brunette St. $1,900; *:'>"" cash.
-Six  room;   Hospital  St.    $2,000;   $1,0111' cash,
P. L. Secord & Co.
li   si
450 Columbia
Phone 699
St., Sapperton.      Near  Car
Terminus.
Open  Evenings
:
the   other   colonies   of  Australia
showing a  like increase.
This shipment of beef by the wholesale  trom   Australia  to   England  will
affect   the  entire   civilized   world,  for
the beef question is a world question.
In the United States It seems likely to
bring  about a reduction ln  price
meats,  even   If   present   agitation
high cost of living should bring
no tangible results,    lf the Air
beef barons are cut off from England,
and  have  their  increased supply  slill
further increased by beef from Austra
llu. the prevailing high price
slty take a tumble.
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Fir Cedar and Spruce Lumber, Rough, Dressed and Kiln
mension Timber and Shingles, Cedar Poles and Piling in
tity.
Dried,   Di-
any quan-
Ask  Us for Prices
Office,  Room  8, Thompson Blk.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director
New  Westminster,   B.   C.
P. O. Box 953
For CHILLIWACK
AND     UPRIVER
LANDINGS
THE  NEW STERNWHEELER
must of
3 pounds Peoples' Blend
Ceylon Tea for
$1.00
S.S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves  Brackman-Ker  Milling   Company's Wharf,  New Westminster
With   Passengers   and   Freight   as   Follows:
REGULAR SAILINGS
Leave  New  Westminster  Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. rn.
Leave Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday a��nd Sunday at 7 a. m.
FIRST CLASS  PASSENGER ACCOMODATIONS
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
NEW WESTMINSTER
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��� Fourth avenues.
t $6,275
V.
���A Cash; balance fi, 12 and IS  months  at   .   per ��mt    There
no better buy than this in the city.    The  land  is all  under cul"[*
Hon and in addition to the house, there is a two-store>   BtaDie
accommodation for six horses.
SURREY
$2,200 for 10 acres, house  nod barn; 6 acres
cleared.
lalins, Coulthard & Co
��� Limited.
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3  dozen  Strictly   Fresh
Eggs for
$1.00
(EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
Dolly���in the "Gingerbread Man.
IT
THE
PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
-IN-
DAILY NEW
Fresh Calif or nian Creamery Butter, per lb.
40c
Welsh
The Peopled Grocer
PHONE  193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
VV OltKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
IL VBRYTHINQ to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
ERSONS other  than   employees  accidentally  injured    about    the
premises invariably sue for damages.
EGARDLESS of their own responsibility  for the  accident,  or the
existence of negligence on the part of others.
N the slightest pretext employees may sue you. even for accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
HE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of
the accident by which he was injured.
MPLOYERS and business men can ill afford to assume the risk
of this ever-increasing and uncertain liability.
CREDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms
is sometimes seriously impaired by such damage suits.
T O go to law means lass of time,   money,  endless  annoyance  and
��� worry.
OUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are insured.
NLY insurance against such risks will enable you to fix and reduce
your expenses to a minimum.
XDER the protection of a Liability Policy in the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and
be   relieved   from  all  such annoyances .
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TAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,   MAY
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders Wanted.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to May 23rd, next, at
��> p, in., tor twenty-live (26) lens
(2240 lbs.) of 6-lnoh and six if.) tons
of 4-inch Cast Iron Water Pipes, 0-16
inch in thickness, Also two l2>
6x4  inch T's.
Pipes must be free from flaws,
cracks or other defects, and an even
thickness id' metal throughout, cast
vertically, and covered with  Dr.
.us Smith's or other approved solution, ripes to have the standard
Size spigots and sockets.
Tenders to he marked "Tenders for
Water Pipes."    The lowest ot
der  not  necessarily   accepted.
W.  A.   DUNCAN,  City  Clerk
City  Hall, April 26,  1910.
lAND ACTS.
NOTICE,
Take   notice   that    1,
shank, of Matsqui, B. C,
intend  to  apply   to  the
of  Lands  and   Works.
Grace   Crul
, farmer's wlf<
Commlssionor
Victoria, for a
-CANADA'S EXPORT     American will search
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on and under the following described   lands:
Commencing at a. post marked
Grace Cruickshank's, on N. 1-1. corner
set of the Section line between Section L'S and 29, Tp. Hi, .New West-
An- ] minster District, about lu chains north
of the S. E. cottier of Seel ion 29;
thence south one mile; then west one
mile; then north one mile; then east
one mile to the point of comm< lice-
iiiv ten- i ment;  640 acres.
GRACE CRUICKSHANK,
Matsqui,  April   is,  1910.
TRADE Wilt! STATES
FOR HIDDEN TREASURES
Thirty-nine Million Dollars
Increase in Nine Months-
Twenty Millions for March
Aztec Ccdex Reveals  Hiding  Place
Wealth  of Montezuinns   Near
Tcxcoco.
of
New Westmister  Land  District.
District  of   New  Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander .McLennan, of Vancouver, British Columbia,
Occupation contractor, intends to apply tor permission to purchase the
following described lands;
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of the Island situate ahout four III chains from Timher  limit   N'o. 38733,  thence  northerly
and westerly and southerly and easterly around the shore a; low tide
to pi.oc of commencement, containing
four   acres,   more   or   It ss.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.
,1. K. BAGGS, Agent.
March 17. 1910,
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER
WORKS.
Tenders
Sealed Tend
Pipes," will lie
signed at the
Island, up to .">
7. prox., for i he
for  Steel   Pipes.
us.     endors d    "Steel
received hy the under-
Municipal   Hall,   LulU
p.m. on  Saturday May
supply of ahout 2 1-2
LAND   ACT.
miles of lap welded 12-lnch steel water
pipe.
The specifications may he seen and
forms of tender obtained at tlie office
of tlie engineers, Cleveland & Cameron, am; s, Winch Building, Vancouver, it. C,
Tlie lowest or any tender may not
i he accepted,
C. L   BLTOHT,
| April  23,  1910. C.M.C.
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER
WORKS.
New   Westminster   L..id   District.
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take  notice  that   James  Bateman,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, stonecutter, intends to apply for
to   purchase   the   following   described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of a small island
lying about 10 chains north of Xelson
island; thence northerly, westerly,
southerly and easterly, along the
shore to the place of commencement;
containing ii acies moro or less.
JAMES BATEMAN,
Applicant.
JOHN P. BAGGS,
April  20, 1910. Agent.
Tenders  for   Valves.
Sealed Tenders, endorsed "Valves,"
will   he  received   hy  the   undersigned
at the Municipal Hall. Lulu Island, up
���^''""^ion j to g p.m. Saturday,
May
',  air
. prox., for
in 1    scour
LAND   ACT.
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. 10. point of a small island lying
in channel between Granite island and
Kelson island: thence northerlv, westerly, southerly and easterly, along the
shore to t!;e place of commencement;
containing in acres more or loss.
SIMON HENRY CLOW1 S.
Applicant.
Per JOHN   F.  BAGGS,
April 2r>. 1910. Agi nt.
the  supply  of slulj
valves.
The specifications may lie seen and
forms of tender obtained at tlie office
of the engineers, Cleveland & Cameron, 506-8, Winch Building, Vancouver, B. C.
The lowest or nny tender may not
be  nccepted.
C. L. BLIGHT,
April  2?,, 1910.. C.M.C.
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER
WORKS.
Washington, D.C., May 2.���Canada's
export trade with ihe    United States
[passed   in   the   month   of     Match   the
: t wenty   million   dollar  mark.    In   the
corresponding montli one year ago ii
reached   only  $14,400,000,    while    in
March  of   this   year   il   amounted     to
$20,172,673.   This is a heavy gain. The
Increase iu ihe total of trade for the
nine months ended with March is from
$113,000,000 in 1909, lo $162,000,000, in
1 round figures, for present  year.
Tlie value of imports from the 1'nit
e.l  Slates  in   March  of this  year  was
$7,643,000, as against $5,752,000 during
the  same   mouth  of   1909,     No  other
country shows so marked an increase
as does  lhe  Dominion of  Canada.
March was a prosperous Hire in the
ifii, d Stales, if the Imports of dia-
I moiids may b ��� taken as the barometer
of prosperity, 'l'he Increase of Importations in Marcl:. 1909, was more than
half a million dollars, thai for this
year being $3,300,000 and for the
month of March a year ago ?J.Tt'tt.-
000, In the nine months ended with
March, compared witli the same period
the previous year, the Importations
have almost doubled in value, read Ing
this year $32,000,000.
Ait works continue to show a jump,
due to the removal of the duty in tlie
last tariff act. Taking the nine
months' period and comparing it with
the same length of time a year ago,
they have jumped in value from $:',.-
400,000 to $10,40(1.0110.
Champagne, with the duty increased.
continues to show a heavy advance in
Importation, and automobiles reflect
the fact that American cars are taking
the market from their foreign competitors. Hails for railroads have almost
the nine months' period.
; doubled  for
I .icon   has
locomotives
trade.
dropped   materially,     all
are lar below last year
Tenders for Cast Iron Pipes and Special   Castings.
Sealed Tenders, endorsed "Cast
Iron Pipes." will he received hy the
undersigned at the Municipal Hall,
Lulu Islan I, up to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 7. prox.. for the sippU of
about lu tons of flexible jointed 4-lnc i
east iron water i Ipi s, and about fi
tons of special castings.
The specifications may be seen ami
forms of tendi r obtaii ed at Ihe ofiice
of the engineers, Cleveland & Cameron, 506-8, Winch Building, Vancouver, II. C.
The lowest or any t< nder may not
be  accepti d.
AMERICAN GREEKS RAISE
MONEY   FOR   BATTLESHIP
C. L.
April
1!'!''
BLIGHT,
C.M.C.
Manchester, N.H., May :;.���Fired by
Ireel verse recited by the poel Spiroi
���; ,- oukas, ".ecu r emb :s ol tl i
<: eek colony In this city yestettl iy
subscribed $20,000 toward an Ameri-
c n fund for a Greek battleship to he
Clll [stem 1 "The New (',, aei a -
and lo be presenti d to tie mo! h r
country.
The  subscription was    made  at  a
meet Ing   in   Mi chanics'  i   ll It
Interesl of the Creek nation 1 d -
fei    e.
San Antonio. Texas, May 2.���T. A.
Kenyon, an American, has applied to
ihe Mexican govei mm nt, tor permission to hunt lor the treasures of the
Aztec emperors, the whereabouts ol
which he says he lias discovered
through an A/tec codex in his possession.
In this document, which is said to
deal exclusively wilh the hidden
wealth, there is reference to pots ol'
pure gold, solid gold chains, the diadems of the Monte, iimas and a fabulously rich necklace ol gold and precious     chalcllluhuites     the     rarest      of
gems. According to Mr. Kenyon their
hiding place is also indicated, being
one of tlie maii\ caws in the vicinity
of Texcoco.
So far the Mexican government has
taken no action in the matter. Senoi
Sierra, si cretary of public Instruct Ion,
has advised Leopoldo Batres, Inspectot
of archaeological affairs, to take the
ease under consideration, 'l'he lattei
ami Mr. Kenyon had a conference at
San Juan Too! ihuaean. the results Ol
which have not been published, In the
meantime the Aztec codex In quostion
has been placed In the strongest vault
in the city of Mexico.
in order to reach the cave in wliich
the treasury is said to be hidden it
will be necessary to drive a long tun
nel in a mountain. Mr. Kenyon has
offered to the Mexican government
all finds of archaeological value that
may he made, being content with the
pots of gold and the gold cliains as his
share.
As several capitalists are behind the
venture it is surmised that the quantity of gold stored in the mountains
must be very large. The treasure
hunters have been extremely  reticent
On   this   point.     The   only   statement
they have made regarding the codex
Is mat it is written on papyrus made
from  the mat uey  plant.
There is a great  deal of historical
'data regarding this treasure, The
Aztecs v,eie expi 11 roid minets and
smiths and nana- jewelry oi greal
1 ea ty. The palact s of the Mon i
mas hail many chambers, the walls
and ci llings of which wei e shi lied
-. - gold, and e\ en common cool.ing
utensils in the kitchens are said to
have been made of that  matt i lai.
After the taking ol  the city  b.   the
Spi nish,  i ortt z   i a used   many
Loads   of   gold,   silv< r  aad     pieciou
to Sp In,
ol   thi    treasure had evi      then
disappe red.    \\ in n th - A; ec e
had fallen Into the hands ol the con
quistadores   thej    took   up   the   hunt
for   tin    trea   ire   with   the
i li hi a    that   chai actt i lzed
:   - . but failed
tin   reason   that   the
..   I , l el    er per
ished in the seige of the cil    oi could
nol ne i endei ed < ommunlcuth e. Those
suspected   ol   i his   ItitelHgenci
su   jei ti ,'<  toi hi   mos i   ci uel  tort
but   fi om, them   n >   infoi i    lion   was
extrai I
li   is   no ��� ��� iall;,   believed   that
the hundieds ol men li must ba\t taken   to transpoi I   the  gold  wi re  killed
i after thej had finished eii task, aad
that the ft w offli lals of the Azti c government . ho knew of tl liidl - place
kepi their secret in spite of all thi toi
tines thej sii.'ii red at the ban Is ol the
Spaniards.
Commencing May 2nd
NEW   WESTMINSTER   TO   NEW   WESTMINSTER
Via
STEVESTON   and   VANCOUVER
Stn TRANSFER
/EDN
i_ A^
Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf al 3  P.  M.  dally
on  Saturday  for  Steveston and way points.
except  Saturd
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
trie
ver
rickets
can;
c.  E,  R,
teveston
ticket   ollice
ivery hour
md on board Btean
(on the half-hour) f.
See  tbe  Famous  Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, t
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, .
��� rlMtf.
ii
or
California rialf and Three-
Quarter Carolina
Mexican Salt
Liverpool Coarse Dalt
D.. 11'
To (
lngs i
Lllftlli
Sal
mon
Japanese
\L\vme.   All
the beason
Nets   ancl
kindi
fo.
uno Du
h
Northern Crown Bank
i  ;.:luin'r
City
Phone 3i
ifflEEEm&imEami
lust     foi
, and
to    lO   a  0
few
We Give Careful Atlenlion | White Star���D<
Canadian Serv;<
to accounts of corporate
ttidi; iduals.   an .
n eel   oi   correspo   I   ������ ll     tho   i  who
conten plate makli     changes ot
Ing new accot ���
If you haven
Now is the bt Bl time to - tart one
?! The Roval Bank of Canada
1S691
I Incorporated	
Capital   Paid-Up    .5.000.000
Reserve        5.700.000
Total   Assets      70,000.000
N.-w   Westminster,  11. C.  Branch,
F.  ci-mit    Manager.
S.S.
LOBSTERS
MAY
IN
GROW
ALASKA
Tee Thousand Dollars
Washington
ator Nelson,
Commissioner
in Ueves that
11.
C,   May
a     friend
Geoige    M.
lobsters can be
to loan   on
grade
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c
r"*., 4w*
or
value
f0\
amf.'
3,
tri
����� �����������������-
/   Gii.J.J-'W'Xa**
WATERS
.",,��� Sen-
of     Fish
Bow TS,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      Kllcet SS-
fuliy propagati d In Alaska.   He is ad-
I vocating the establishment of a marine biological and propagating Btatlon
In the noi I hern tei i Itory, with a \ lew j
to bettering the fishing industry.
"Not only should then- be such a
station on the Pacific co ist of the
states, bul there should be one In
Alaska. ; v,ell," said ihe commissioner today. "Nowhere on the Pa-
I ciflc ha\ e we anj pro] agattng plant
for sail svatci hsh; uoltner nas tne
;-������.' e i . on.
", ...      i i   ' I    ka arc
i bul little kiiuvrii   ' ���     Ite I   o greal
! nua! output,    In fact, the)  lui o hi i
Salmon tlshe les I
i levelopcj   i i  some  i   I   it    bul
: ���  ���      ,   . other marketable
   ���      I rol itable to c itch. CoJ
;n > i bul In Us inl   i
I know m   i ��� a ion  w lij   lobs ers i - i  i
i io pio]   KiiteJ there i ii    ssfully."
Mfflii EJCf
_7Tgr
'ikttJBBSEliiftBli
     Mm*i&u*Tk**.-Ai��L-,*T*\
There   is   no
than  on   the  St.
torical   Quebec.
May 6 and 20th.
tickets apply to
more  attractive
Lawrence up to
Next   Empress
For reservation
ed. cor
C.I'.R.
LET,
Agent.
CITY OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Notice   to   Contractors.
.VAECHTCn
W 'JT ���7T?IWT!
op
���i&l-x     X���t
SEEKS TO
FEDERATE
NATIONI
Maj 3. The
In Europe I
He seeks to
mosl :- n bl-
a Sir Max
federate   all
\ lenna.
11 o ti a   man
Weeohter. 	
Europe,
sir Max is a native or Btettln, In
Gei manj, bul his bucci ssfu! career as i
a Shipowner lias run its course in Eng-
land. Lasl year he believed lie had
a conference fixed In Home, hut it fell
through, so he is touring Europe seeking converts enough to enable him to
make sure of it  next  t ime.
Tho center of his idea is that lhe
federation should first of all be on anj
economic basis. That Is to say, he
would form a rollverein or customs
union of the nations, and after that
"everything else would follow naturally."
He has interviewed the Kaiser, thej
klnns of Italy, Sweden, Denmark and'
Not way, ami his latest public announcement Is that he lias roped In
Prince Nicholas of Montenegro, After
that accession of strength, who can
say what many happen?
Tenders are i o itilred for the 1 tying und grading ol t eu ent Bidi
on Tenth Avenue, tlaa i t in Sti ei I
London \ tri et, Edlnbt i gh Streel Dublin Stn et, .-'���-. en ii Ave' ue an I
1 ��� ' h A venue, all b twei n Tonth and
Twelfth Strei ts; also Tenth Stree be
tween :: - th and Tenth A venuei. i'l ms
c-iii in i e ii and :; eclflcal loni ob
talned from the City Engineer.
Ti e lowei t  or any ten ler noi  m <������
I 1 llV     aero;  |,  ,|,    ailll    il II .V    le'lder    i'.C
' i pted to be condlt - na upon t he passing of i he Loci l Ii:.;to\ i ii ent  Bj law.
Tenders   to   be  i im| ai i'l   bj   a
marl ed cheque for fhe per cent, of
the amount of Tt nder an I mai ked
"Tender for Sidewalks," and d liven d
to the  undersigned  no1  later than 6
o'clock  on   May   23,   11)10.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, April 25, 1910.
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpot
LAURENTIC���
Triple   screw,   14,900  tono.
MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,    14,900    I
Ingest   and    most    modei r
comrrodntion   equal  to  any
ing the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets AppW t
E. GO U L E T,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
f
EGGS
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
Central Meat Mai
Corner
BOWELl
Eighth   St,
& ODDY
nnd   Fifth
PHONE   370.
Ave
-ar
^J  Westminster
Transfer Co.
wfflce 'Phone 115.      Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia  Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city,
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
W. RICH
Teaming and
pressing.
;x-
DEALER IN
OOD
730   FOURTH   ST.
PHONF.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400.0!
RESERVE 11,000.0.
1.00
;.oo
Blim.itr-s Given,
J. NEWSOME
Phono
SONS
567.
More  Settlers  Coining.
Toronto, May 3.���Over 300 settlers
i left the Union Btatlon this afternoon
I for Western Canada, all of them coming from  Ontario  farms.
PAINTERS,   PAPER HANGERS   AND
DECORATORS.
214 Sixtli avenue, between Second avenue and Third streets.
NEW WESTMINSTER       ��� B.C.
Branches   throughout   Canadi
Newfoundland, nnd In   London,
land, New York, Chiciigo and $].�����*'���'���
U. S. A., and Mexico City.    A Se
banking    business    transacted.
tors of Credit issued,    availably
j correspondents   In     all   pails 01
world, (
Savings nank Department���1>1' ,p
received in sums of .1 ��ntl up*'"1
and Interest allowed at 3 per cen; P
annum (present rate).
Totnl Asseta ov*r  .168,000,000.00.
HEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager. ,EDNESDA
v,  MAY 4, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
t
Sale
,-ict
���
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
.    that an application has
l0  register   Duncan  Bell
,,,.,- in fee simple, under
nced  inmi E. A.  Wllniot,
,,.,;; s.   to   Duncan    Bell
date  tbe   13th   day  of
[907, of all and singular
,,    arcei  or tract of  land
situate, lying and being
0f New Westminster,
,. i,1  British Columbia,
,iv known and descrlb-
.,, iea of tbe southeast
Bectlon   18,  TownBhlp  3,
,   ,,i  6th  Meridian.
,l���,So claiming through or
|,d   all   persons   claiming
n tin. said laii'd by virtue
i.d-u'd Instrument, and
I , ,, 1Dg   any   interest   in
1   |,i   ilc-fi ellt,  whose  title
',,.;, .,���,.,. the provisions
andRw.����try Act.' are requir-
'" ' , p,..,;,  -i of the tax pur-
"... ,1 ,,,,.,, 1    1 days from the
WATER NOTICE.
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
1 a
!
inn
Notice Is hereby given that an application wll] be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, L909," to obtain a
license In the Westminster Division of
New Westminster District.
(a) The name, address and occupation of the applicant: Frederick W.
Smith, residing at South Westminster,
P. o. address, New Westminster, B, C ,
dairyman,
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice that the Pitl River Lumber Company, Limited, a body cor-
porate, bavin;-, its l ead office al the
1 of New Westminster, Inti nds to
���'���; ply for perml sion to li ase the following described lands:���
Commencinfl al a posi planted on
the   westerly  shore   of   Pitt   river  at
MAKE PREPARATIONS
fOR BIG CAMPAIGN
YOUNG MEN MUST BE
ARCHITECTS OE FORTUNE
tli) The name of the lake, stream or j its   Intersection   with   the   uortherly
source  1 if unnamed, the    description side ol the Canadian Pacific Railway
la):   an  unnamed soring,   situate on company's   right-of-way,   tlience   fol-
Subdlvlsion 12 of Block 2, Section 30, lowing the westerly shore of I'itt rlv-
Block  5,  No-ili   Range 2, west,  New er In a  northeasterly direction seven
Westmlnste" Distil t, thousand  eight   hundred  (7,800)  feet,
(c) The polnl of diversion: Aboul more or less, to a witness post plant-
tin,    centre   of   said   Suddlvlslon   12 ed on said shore to locate the most
Y.M.C.A. Committee Proposes to Raise a Half Million Dollars in Winnipeg.
Pierpont   Morgan   Extends   Advice
Those   Who   Would
Succeed.
to
at
vithin forty
��� the tb" 1  i"1
upon v '"  ii;1'
0    certlfi'a'"
:  .itl-ln
,1 rei imp'
an 1 eeh 1 f >< u  wi
��� 1ped and
davs from the
1 cation of this
in  default, of a
-,,   ot   .'-h   pendens
sue 1 period, or In
on r.rfor > reglstra-
1 be for-
, ebarrt d from set-
of
northerly corner of the I'itt River
Lumber Company, Limited, booming
site; thence at righl angles to said
shore a distance of aboul three bundled and fifty (350) feel to the said
works: A pri ate waterworks system I northerly corner of booming site, said progn
through a 1-lnch pipe carried fro said point  being  two hundred  (200)  feet q, , ,:,   -..,
(owned by ,1. 1-1. Murphy).
id) The quantity of water applied
for (In cubic feet per second): One-
sixtieth  (1-60).
ie) The character of the proposed
Wlni Ipeg, May 3.���The campaign In
Winnipeg to raise a quarter of a million  by popular subscription  for  the
Y.M.C.A. will open on Thursday, May after the visitor who Bought to Inter-
25 and will close on Saturday night,  view him today.    "Why, of course I
Ni w York, May I',.���"Do I think that
the young of today have as mt ny opportunities as those of the previous
generation?'
.1. l'. Morgan, jr.. slowly    repeated
FARMER ICES TREES
TO SAVE APPLE CROP
Minnesota Man Retards
Blossoming Until Danger
From Early Frosts Passes.
Subdivision V! to a] | 1 cant's property,
which adjoin .
if) The premises on which the water is to he use 1 1 dei ci ihe same):
Subdivisions r, and 6 of Block 2, Sec-
Hon 30, Block 5, North Range 2, west.
New Westmlustei  District,
I gl   The    pin pos' s    lor    which      the
water is to 1 Bed:    for agricultural,
dairying  and  domestic,
Ik)   This   DOtlce   Was   posted   on   the
2nd day of May, 1910, and application
will he madi to the Commissioner on
1:1 in, at 2:30 p.m.
fiom  low   water   m     1:
thence   southwestei ly
dred  (200)   feel   from  said low water
I mark   seven  thousand  eight  hundred
tive  committee   will  meet     dally   at.
luncheoi .   v. hen   1 onfert nces   on   the
wo: 1; will take place. j
toon �� in the Y.M.C.A.:
v rialm to "   ��������� ���' si"'<'1
,,.,i   mill   1  st.n i    register
'  '      ,,���    'as owner  thereof dairying and domestic. ITHE   PITT   uivr.lt   LUMBE1
'' , .        .,'v ,,,,.   thai pub-      ik) This notice was posted on the        PANY, LIMITED,
nf this n< lice for thirty days 2nd day of May, 1910, and application :    T. W. Gray, Agi 1 t,
,���,r published in New'will be made to the Commissioner on      Dated  al   the  City
:' ?    L.11 ie M.od and Buffic- the 6th day of June, 1910, at 2:30 p.m.   minster, B. C, this 28th day of
ln!ter.*,;., V   ' ")    Glve ,l'" ";|""'S a"-1 addresses   ruary, A. D. 1910.
/ '''',,!,',  '. , l,,i Registry Office, of any riparian proprietors or license* s , ���������	
* .'.',���,!���'���������,���' r-( ,ince of British who or whoae hums are likely to be I
,   this  '-''Hi  nay of  April.  A
June 4.   During this period the execu-1do, but it all depends on the young
man. By studying bis employers interests lie is only furthering bis own.
Time servers and sluggards have no
place in the world today.
"Wall street is full of such  young
men, and you and 1 will  live to see
them succeed to a business of their
own. It is the same old story the world
and thirty (7,830) feet, more or less,  leading citizens ii��i pcssible will be se- ever.    Hard and Intelligent work and
lo  the  southwesterly  corner of Bald  cured. Integrity wlll land anv young man at
booming   site;   thence   northwesterly!    This sum Is required ln    Winnipeg I the top of the heap."
to point of commencement; and con- (lSvim, ,,, ,,,,, f, .,  ,,,.,,  ,L very ,���,���.,,
more or less.  larger ,.,..,,,.���, , ljlidllJg l8 deeded, an,j 	
al 0 aa ll Is p' opo&i d to erect a structure In   No'th   Winnipeg.    Secretary
Patton Btates that provision must be
��� I made for a nr-v.bi ship of 3,000 young
of said shore;   building will be secared as the head-l
"  quarters  of   the  c intmittee.    As  an
opening even', a ('.Inner will be given
and the attendance of as many of the
leading citizens .������������ pcssible wll
EACH   SEVENTY-FIVE
ON  DAY   OF   WEDDING
l-'eb-
WATER NOTICE.
To (';���'    ,:l  ''���' '"
ings   Co     "pi''"''' i,:'' '
Llnbillt     '
, . S. KEITH,
I Istrlcl  Registrar.
mint   Loan &  Sav-
Bros.,   Ltd.,
I.,.,.        r. J. W. Hew-
afft cted by thi
proposed works, eith
er
above or
below
the outlet:  None.
F. W. SMITH.
Bo
, 536,
N'ew Westminster.
li.
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IT
PAYS
TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE
D
A  1   L   Y         N   E
W
S
Mode! Sign Works
Y, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo.  P.  Young.  Prop.
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block        P. O. Box 644
en
Wanted
I 'Til    "��� work at once.    30 cents per
MBi v  immediately.
���a        M
���lag _______ _r^ d****s
7   lassam Paving Co.
Columbia  St., City.
ITISE   IN  THE   DAILY   NEWS
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front  St.,  Foot of Sixth.
Notice is heiebj gl\en thai an application w"l be made under Part V. of
the "Water Act, 1900," to obtain a license in the South Westminster Division of New Westminster District.
la 1 The name, address and occupation of the applicant: .J. E. Murphy,
occupation, dairying and farming.
ilD The name of the lake, stream
or source (If unnamed, the description Is): Spring on Lot 11, Block Z,
Subdivision of Lot 30.
tc) The point of diversion: At the
spring.
all Tlie quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second): One-
eighth  cubic  foot.
(e) The character of the proposed
(works: Tank at spring, pipe from
I tank  to  dwellings.
ig) The purposes for which the
water Is to be used: Dwellings,
I dairying and stock.
(k)    This notice was posted on thei the
men. and for ^ 10 irr ior members. To
do this, it will re necessary to erect
a structure or seme size and the
plans which hav< teen prepared show
a seven storv edifice
C. 'K. Calhoun, international  secretary for Canada, in devoting bis entire
time to tlie oonyjletlon of tbe arrange-
monts for the campaign.    Tlie members of the executive committee so far
as arranged are Edward Brown. A. L.
I Crossln, G. It. Crowe, and D. J. Dyson.
Other names will be added    to    this
list and as soon as the committee is
complete the members will meet and
elect a chairman.   A booklet, will be
i issued   during  the   month     of     May,
1 prior to tlie opening of the campaign
; and will show what the position of the
i Y.M.C.A. Is and exactly what Is need-
I ed to put the ins.itution in the best
possible position for future work.
Mr. Calhoun Bitted yesterday that
j the effort to secure $000,000 in Toronto
j for Y.M.C.A. pu-po-^s was the greatest ever made on tlie continent.   Boston business men had gone out on one
i occasion for half ?. million which was
record.    The large amount men-
Brockton, Mass., May 3.���Horn on
the same day, May 5, 1835, and classmates in the little old red school-house
in Weymouth in 1845, Fred Hanson,
formerly representative, a well-known
granite dealer, and Mrs. Emily J. Cole,
of Bralntree, will be married on their
seventy-tilth birthday at the Cole
home in Bralntree.
The marriage will be Mr. Hanson's
fourth. He is a widower. It will be
Mrs. Cole's third marriage. Sue is a
widow. Mr. Hanson is a veteran of
the Civil war and a member of tlie G.
A. R, By a coincidence Mrs. Cole's
former husbands were war veterans
and G. A.  R. man.
In speaking of his marriage plans
Mr. Hanson said:
"There are some men who can live
alone, but if I had to live any longer
the way I have for the last year and
a half I would hang myself. There
are men who can get their meals in a
hash house and go to a single room
and be contented, but I can't, and am
not going to. I've got to have a
home."
Little  Canada,   Minn.,   May  3.���     ���
1 Brings, a farmer,  who lives  ab ml   a
! mile   north   of  this  place,  n
shore of Gervala  lake,  has  ideas  of
his own about growing apples, lie ha 1
I lived In Minnesota till his life, and did
i not   have   much    confidence    in   tbe
1 "early  spring" prediction.    Therefore,
early in  March, lie began hauling ice
I from  Lake  Gervais    and    piling    it
'around    his    seventy-live    crabapple
I trees.   Tho result was to stop the progress of the budding, and while all the
I other apple and fruit trees on neighboring farms were blossoming joyfully a week or two ago. things' had not
even   started.     Then   came   a   killing
frost,  damaging  all  the  trees in  the
state.   But the Little Canada farmer's
crop Is all right, for Ids apple trees
hadn't started to grow.    Now the last.
of the ice surrounding the trees baa
disappeared   and   Brings   is   jubilant,
for  his trees will  not blossom  for a
week.    In  the meantime neighboring
farmers  are   bemoaning   their  entire
crop.
"There tire some folks who know all
about crabapple trees," Brings said. "I
don't pretend to know it all. but I
thought that I would follow the plans
of nature as closely as possible and
keep the ground from thawing out
Close to the roots, My trees are fina
now, und I'm sure I'll raise a better
crop of apples this year than ever
before."
The crop last year netted Brings a
goodly sum.   He also saved thousands
of strawberry plants by covering them
with straw a foot deep, while other
1 growers merely placed a thin  covering over their plants.    As a    consequence, Brings' strawberries are growing nicely,    although    thousands    of
plants in the neighborhood were killed
by the frost.    Brings' scheme has at-
\ tracted   considerably   attention,   ami
it  is probable that it will be copied
very generally throughout the North-
! west next spring.
30th day of April, 1910, and applica- tioned was needed in Toronto since
tion will be made to the commissioner four buildings were to be erected
on the 31st day of May, 1910. I there.    On the new central  building
(li Give the names and addresses ' 0n College avenue .300.000 would be
of any riparian proprietors or licens-' expended, on a west end building on
ees wbo or whose lands are likely ' College avenue $150,000 would be ex-
to be affected hy the proposed works,' peuded and on a students' building at
either above or below the outlet: ��� the University and on an east end
None. 1 building $75,000 would be spent.   The
J. E. MURPHY,     'amounts subscribed in Winnipeg for
New Westminster.;the local undertakings woui. i>. pay-
April 30, li
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"YOU NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be glad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal In your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone is in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 16.
Coal procured here is crackajack coal, however secured.
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LAND REGISTRY ACT
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
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STORE, BANK FITTINGS I
iAND   OFFICE
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING-DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
! NEW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS-Corner   Eleventh   and   Carline. PHONE 473     ^
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Beef, Mutton, Weal,,
1 Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
. Burns & Co.
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645  COLUMBIA STREET.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
baa been made to register the Corporation of the Township or District of
fcuitey as tlie owner in fee simple. 1111-
d 'I   a Tl.x Sale Deed from the Reeve
and Clerk of the Corporation of the
'lowr.tl iii or District of Surrey to the
I (\)ipnai'u   of the Township or District  of Surrey, hearing dates of the
; lilst day  of October, A.D.,  1905  and
31st day of December, A.D., 1901, of
! all  and  singular  that  certain  parcel
I or tract of land and premises situate
; lying and being in the District of New
Westminster, In the Province of Brit-
la>. Columbia, more particularly known
! and described as:    Ixit 1 iu subdivi-
! sion U4 of block 1 of section 30, block
I E  north, range 2  west;  lots 8 to IT,
inclusive, of subdivision 113 of section
16, block 5, north range 2 west;  lots';
115 to 21, inclusive, block 14 of southeast  Quarter  section   4,  township  9; '
! lots 5,6, and 7, in  subdivision 23 of
section  16,   block   5,   north   range  2,
west;  lots 2^ and 23, in subdivision'
! 23 of section 16, block 5, north range
2. west;  lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 0, 7, 8, 11,
112, block 4 of lot 3S7A, group 2; lots!
2  to 6  .inclusive, block  14  of south-
east quarter  section  4, township  9;
lot 5, block 3 of lot 387A, group  2; |
lot 38, block 2 of lot 3S7A, group 2; !
lots 21, 22, block 3 of southeast quarter section 4, township 9; lots 18, 19,
bloc .   2 of southeast quarter section
4.   township  9;   lot   22,   block   IG   of j
southeast quarter section 4, township
9, map 519;  lot 23, hlock 16 of south-]
east quarter section 4 township 9.
You and those claiming through or!
1 under  you  and  all  persons  claiming
Iany interest  in  the said land  by  Virtue  of  any   unregistered  instrument.1
and all persons claiming any interest
|in  the  said  land   hy  descent,   whose
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry  Act."
are required to contest tbo claim of
the   tax   purchaser   within   forty-five
davs from the day of the first  publication of this notice upon you, and
ln  default  of  a caveat  or certificate
. ot Us pendens being filed within such
period,  or  In  default   of  redemption
before registration, you and  each  of
you will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to
] or in respect of tbe said land, and I
Shall register The Corporation of the
Township   or   District   of   Surrey   as
owner thereof In fee.   And 1  hereby
I order that publication of this notice
for thirty days in a daily newspaper
published   ln   New   Westminster   will
be good and sufficient sorvice thereof.
Dated at  the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British
I Columbia, this 29th day of March, A.
D��� 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar,
To David Miller, William A. McCal-
lam, Angus Mclnnes, T. G. Stark. William Davis. Henry Fraser, Henry
Kells, Harold Ponsford, Allen Spiers.
George Stone, Robert Lyness, Margaret G. Cooper, John Roberts, Richard
Husking, Hugh T. Crossley, John 10.
Hunter.
able in installments covering two
years. The sum asked for would
cover all the expenses of the under-
', taking, land, buildings and furnishings. The new buildings will he devoted wholly to the purposes u.r the
association, no rooms being rented toi
commercial purposes other than to
\oung  men as  bed  rooms.    All  the
'modern conveniences of Y.M.C.A.
buildings will be provided.
LEAGUE PROTESTS.
Because Officers Not Allowed in Winnipeg  Immigration Building.
Toronto,     May  3.���"Having    heard
regretfully of the unwarrantable interference and obstruction by    the    Dominion  government officials at    Winnipeg   with  President   W.   T.   Rogers
and officers of the   British Welcome
ileague, recently organized there in the
'discharge of their duties for the benefit of newly arrived immigrants by refusing  them  admission  to  the Immigration hall, we desire to express our
indignation   at  and   condemnation   of
such arbitrary action and request all
I tsritlsh   subjects  throughout   the  Dominion to call upon the government
; to rectify the same."    The foregoing
[resolution,   moved   by   Robert   Amos,
iwas passed unanimously at a meeting
of  tlie   British   Welcome   league    tonight.    About six hundred were pres-
', ent.
LANDLORDS
TO  COMBINE
TO  MITIGATE  WOES
Chicago. May 3.���Harassed by restless    lease breakers,    threatened    by
"baby farms." "dogs in tbe family" and
other pests  and  confronted  by  legal
red tape that drives to despair, 5.000
house and flat owners saw means of
relief  in  the  new  Landlords'  Bureau
Of Chicago, incorporated at Springfield,
Every house owner In Chicago will
be asked to join the association and
become a union landlord, and a prop-
I erty directory will  be  issued,  listing
'tenants so that delinquents who have
I proved troublesome will have difficulty
kn getting rooms to live in.
B. Z. Sampson, of the old Landlord's
I Protective association, is president of
ithe new concern, with Jacob Sampson
and Isaac Landsberg as co-incorpora-
: tors.   Branch offices will be opened on
North avenue and Hlue Island avenue.
The central office will be at 1642 West
Division street.
CHILDREN  BUILD  BONFIRE
WITH   STICK   DYNAMITE
ARE YOUR EYES OPEN
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We bave the best piece of acreage In Burnaby���D. L. 173; 3 1-3
acres on the Eburne tram line; perfectly level and in grass. We will
sell this at $400 per acre be low the market. ?1,845 will handle;
balance to suit purchaser. K
SURREY
Is Moving at Top Speed
We have quarter
ind good terms.
sections in Sections 21, 23 and
Good prices
For a small speculator we have
on Seott road. A moneymaker at
6, 12 and 18 months.
10 acres in Section 19;
$200 per acre;   1-3 cash,
fronting
balance
BEST   INSURANCE   AT   THE   BEST   RATES.
We Represent: ���
The  Property   Ins. Co.,  Ltd., of London, Eng.
The Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corp., Ltd.
English  Lloyds, who will   insure   anything   to
LIMIT.
any   amount���NO
The Craig Realty Co.
Room  8,  Thomson
Block.
New Westmister, B.
Phone  629
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NORTHERN CROWN BANK
HEAD OFFICE
WINNIPEG
Authorized Capital
Paid Up Capital
$6,000,000
$2,200,000
Special   Care   Given   to   Savings   Accounts
Savings   Bank   Department   at   All   C rancheo
A   General   Banking   Business   Transacted
ROBT. CAMPBELL,
J.  P.  ROBERTS,
Supt.
General Manager,
of B. C. Brandies,
J.E HAWKSHAW, Manager New Westminster Branch
Pittsburg. May 3���-Eight small children made a bonfire of stick dynamite in Brookllne. a suburb, last night
and were dancing about It, shouting
gleefully at the pretty blue flumes,
while residents In the vicinity stood
helpless from fear. Only after a passing stranger had retreated to a safe
iltstance and called out that policemen were coming, did the youngsters
run from tbe dangerous blaze.
The children had found the dynamite In an old shanty. When a policeman arrived on the scene one little
lad, barely six years old, walked up
to him and showed him a stick of dynamite. He had more In bis pockets.
Another lad had a box of dynamite
caps. The policeman gingerly canfls-
cated tbem.
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EDMONDS
1 Acre;
Water System to Be Completed by 31st July.
A BEAUTIFUL HOMESITE~$1,500
Good Soil; 3 Ways by Car; 5c Fare; Panoramic View Splendid Terms.
Patterson Co'y
657 Columbia
St.
Evenings  at
Phone  698
Edmonds���Phone F  208
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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All   Sizes  and   Prices
Call  and  See Our Stock
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COLUMBIA STREET.
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HARDMAN'S
Phone 281
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The Westminster Modern
Business School
More dian one are investigating the
merits of this school and they bud it
truly a business scliool. No need to
look further, as we have the best facilities For giving ou,r students a
thorough   business   training.
REMEMBER, WE ARE OPEN FOR
DAY SESSIONS THE ENTIRE YEAR.
A. L. BOUCK,
610   Columbia   St
Principal
S. II. Ford, the Pitt  Meadows farmer ,    Tbe popularity of the midday lunch
whose  trial   for   wounding  A,   F.   Le  at tbe  Royal  Cafe grows every  day.
Lion  at  I'itt  Meadows about  a  montli   It is served  from twelve to two, with j
ago  is   pending  was  released  on   bail   quick  service. **
of   $5,001)   yesterday   by   Justice   Cle-1
ment. Many of those present at the oper-1
etta, "Trial by .Jury." last night stayed
Have you a bouse for sale?   I have'after the play for a small dance given '
the   buyer.     S.   Fader.     Pbone   712.   by members of the dramatic club.
Dean   block,   opposite   Hank  nf   Montreal. **     |    A payment, of %2o procures a lot In
South   Westminster  from  Hale   Bros.
Judge    Howay    yesterday    banded   _  Kennedy,  Ltd.    These  lots are In
down a decision in the case of Erick-!great demand. **
son et al vs. Olson and the Vancouver |
Power company, giving judgment  for      Arrangements for tbe burial of  Ed-
tbe    plaintiffs   for    the    amount    of  ward Baxter, the man who was found
$671.45,   or   almost   the   full   amount  under   a   fallen   tree   in   Burnaby   on
of the claim.    Whiteside it Edmonds  Monday, lmve not yet been made. The
appeared   for  the   plaintiffs   and   Mr.  body is still  lying In the  morgue at
Woods,    of    Vancouver,  for  tlie   de-  Murchie <K   Sons.
fendants. ���,,       , ,.,      .     ���_ .     _      , ,���
There s   quality   in     Solo   Special'
Try   "Solo   Special'   cigar.     Havana  Cigar. **
filled **
1    A fair audience of interested listen-
Tlie first service of any kind over  ers heard Dr. E. \V. Hall's lecture on
the  B.  C.   E.   R.   Chilliwack   line   will  alcohol and the social evil last night.
commence today, when a  milk  train     ���       ���       . _ , ���
Geraniums,   Dahlias   and    all
For
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Dahlias
ling P:
R 208.
will be run in from Langley. Tbe train  ,      .      ,. _    .       ,,   , ,
will   leave   Langley   daily   at   seven   l'"^ <"  Mum, labium Hants pb,,,,
o'clock  in  the  morning and   will   return about 5 p. m. Mayor   Taylor,   of  Vancouver,   got
Anything in our line 10 to 20 per , ho,"e '<lSt n,,Bht "tter a ,ri"-ttt 0tta"
cent,  saved  for  you.    Fales.        **     < wall  where  he  was  negotiating  with
the Dominion government about some
The  company  formed  to  bore  for | proposed    improvements    to    False
oil in the Matsqui oil district shipped  creek,
in a boring machine on Monday and
will  start  work  at   once  to  discover
if the recent rumors have any foundation in real oil. , Snu(1,     Westminster     property     is
Have you a house for sale?    I have  handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy.
To   Furnish
i Fales.
an Office,   see
W.   E.
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the buyer. S. Fader. Phone 712.
Dean block, opposite Bank Of Montreal. **
A successful dance was given at
Mereton hall, Edmonds, yesterday
evening by Mrs. Plever's pupils.
Langley bargain���160 acres cut
right in two by the B. C. Electric;
the soil all beautiful chocolate loam.
$125 per acrew. W. J. Kerr, 614 Columbia street. **
Ltd.   Call in and see tbem, and they
will put before you some good things.
i Tbe funeral of Sam Su Ho, tbe
Chinaman who was found dead on the
dyke at Lulu island a few days ago.
took  place  yesterday  in  the Chinese
, cemetery.
Jessie   Maclachlan,   tbe   world   renowned   Scottish  singer,  assisted   by
Burnaby     Nelson,    tenor;     Craighall i I
Sherry, entertainer, and It. Buchanan,
at the opera bouse May 25, **
For  spring  plants  or
cut   flowers,
R208.     *��
Under  the auspices of the  Ladies' i
Aid   of   St.   Stephen's   church,  a   tea,
and social will be given at tlie resi- Phone DavIes Greenhouse.
in nee of Mrs. Joseph Henley, Eighth] ,\ practice of the Centra1 lacrosse
teet, on Thursday afternoon and even, team will be beld tonight at Queens
��'��� park   in   preparation   for   the   match
Tbe advance site of seats for the with the West End team on Thursday
Maclachlan concert  will  begin of next week   The team for that game
i-    ,   |,,,.,i...   ���,,,.  will be picked from the following play-
i, ikets  at   baiciaj   and ,,       . ���
, | **  ers:    M. Dolan, C. Armstrong, A. Wat-
' son, W. Dawe. R. Spicer. E. Bent. M.
Mrs, A. L. Bouck, of 414 Fourth av- Mortlson,   S. Mortison, F. Feeney, A. F.
enue, will not receive again until fur- Swenceski,  .1.   Forrester,  S.  Lane   E.
ther notice. Saite. J. Pottinger, 0. Angus and A.
Knudson.
We   have   $10,000   in   loan   on   Improved   city   property  In   amounts   to See Fales for Bed  Lounges.    Guar-
suit a few good propositions.    W. .1. anteed goods at prices cheaper than
Kerr, Ltd.                                       ** the cheapest.                                 **
AT THIS STORE
---May Day This Week���-
Not a child in town but knows that May Hay is to be celebrated. In
this store we have planned for this week by providing special values in
Children's Clothing. Larger assortments, better values than ever are here
in Keady-to-Wear Hats and Bounds, Dresses, Suits. Aprons. Blouses. Ties,
Belts, Cloves, Hosiery, Parasols, etc.    Watch our advertisement.
White and Colored Dresses and Aprons
50c Each
An unusually large assortment of Girls' Dresses and Aprons, sizes 3 to
in years, in White Lawn. Colored Batiste, plain and fancy. Prints and
Ginghams; well made and nicely trimmed with Ins. itions, Laces and Fill's.
Our special sale this week, 50c each.
Small Girls Dress Aprons 25c Each
White Aprons for the small girls; material is Lawn, made up with yoke
trimmed with Insertion and Lace; flounce at bottom. A price such as this
is   less   than  exist   of   material.     Special  this   week,  35c  eacli.
Better Dresses in Immense Variety
The two foregoing lines are but an indication of s few of the special
values offered at very low pi ices. Tbe better dresses and aprons show
better quality, nicer styles, newer colorings, and this week's Bhowing embraces all grades in White and Colored Aprons, Dresses, Suits, Blouses,
etc., ranging in price from 75c to $6.50 each.
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Jessie
next   week.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR,.
3aES2^^^2S3E3SSa��SSE2aJ
31,
NOT   LIEERAL   ORGANIZER.
TENDERS    WANTED.
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Simmers' "Toronto Forte1
Lawn Grass
Seed
is the Best. What
is the sense of sowing inferior seed
We protect our customers by destroying all old seed.
Spectacles 50 cents up
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR  KODAKS
AND  SUPPLIES.
Place your Fire Insurance with W.
Kerr,   Ltd. **
HEARST   WINS.
York.
Tbe chief of police lias received no
reply   from   Mrs.   Hood,   of   Victoria,  *���
who asked  for  a  description  of  thej
articles   round   on   the   skeleton   disci   ered In Sapperton two wei ks ag i,
'.-������   ���< i  there is no indication of tiie:    v       ,
true identity of the skeleton. Aew   ,  �� ,'   f\a>   ������������"���   '<
won a legal  victory over tbe city of |
For ice ring up  Phone number  151   New   Vork   in   the  supreme  coun   to-I
and tbe man will call. **      day,   when   Justice   Greenbaum   dis
missed   a   test  case  to    compel     Mr. !
Mrs.  Chris J.   Lout, of 208  Fourth   Hearst,    to    pay    damages    obtained
street, will be at borne on Thursday,  against   the   municipality   for  deaths
and not again  until  Octiber.
Automobile   for   sale   cheap.     Five-
passenger
a>500.    W. J. Kerr.
A.  M.  Parken  Was Calgary  Organizer
for   R.   B.   Bennett.
Calgary.    May   3.���Tbe   identity   of
the mysterious "Mr. Parken from Calgary," whose name is appearing prom-
1   inently in the proceedings ol the royal
commission at  Winnipeg    has    been
learned   bore.     Far   from   being   the
"Liberal  organizer for  Alberta,"  this
man is A.  M.  Parken,  wbo acted for
K.  H.  Bennett in  the  last   provincial
elections as organizer in waul two and
Tenders   will    be    ���������,-'���
undei sigm ;l   up   to   May   9,   1910,  at
fi p,   in.,   tor  supplying   L'nifo .      foi
the   Fire   Department,    Specifli   I
can  be obtained  at   the Cit:���   Ch   ���
office.
Tbe lowest  or any  tender not  necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City   Hall,  April   30,   1910.
Boh
lemian Cafe
Depot Hotel. ��� Onp. C. P.  R. St I
35c-Merchants' Lunch
From   11:20 to 2:30
1 ,,i
Otlli
and injuries of persons in the explo-1 f0Ur in this city.   He Is also the same
sion of fireworks near Madison Square ! man who was convicted    of passing
Garden in 1902, when Hearst was cele-j worthless cheques here some months
....   .,,..���,,     itussei,,  brating   hls   election  to  congress.        | ag0
i    Judgments    aggregating    $1,727,2601    Parken is a member of the Salva-
Tbe halibut steamer Roman  is  ex-  havo   already  been   obtained   against   tion Army and the local officers wired
pected in from the fishing banks this   the  clt-v   and   tllere   a!e   lnan-v
morning. , -vet to be tried.
The   total   damages   asked
foi
Spring"   is   here���bow   about   those   nearly
plants   for   the   gardjbn?     Tidy,   tbe  ______
Florist, can  suit  you  to a  T in  anything in that line. **
$3,000,000.
Mayor Lee and Alderman Gilley and
Bryson left yesterday afternoon to inspect the water power which the city
may attempt to secure. Tbey will
probably not be back until Thursd iy,
as tbey bave to go a considerable distance off the railway,
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
CITY OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Applications will be rec ived by tlie
undersigned up to May 16, at 5 p. in.,
for the position of City Treasurer,
W. A.  DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, April 26, 1910,
ASSISTANT    JANITOR    WANTED.
Wanted���Assistant janitor for tlie
police have also been unable to locate Central schools, New Westminster,
him, lie is sMl being looked for. Applications received until Saturday,
Parken  is well-known  in  Calgary, but    May   7.
has never been connected  with poll- R, LBNNIB,
tics   other   than   as   an   organizer   for   Secretary  New  Westminster  Hoard of
WEDNESDAY.   MAY  4,   15
suits   the   Winnipeg   corps   to     locate   him.
I Word lias come back that although he
are i attended a numb-jr of meetings he has
not been seen for some days and the
Mr.   Bennett, the
ber for Calgary.
Conservative  mem-
School Trustees.
New Westminster, April
IS, 1910.
PHONE 475.
���Tl   i -:l"WTr"BK'*''7���"' r-*u|W *'*��� '"Wyr r
^ik_a&__L��luiMMA^
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watches for Lath, s from $12V;
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open ���*���*'���
|8,00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
17.50 up.
Agent for Walthnm and lilgir
Watches.
Watch  repairing a specialty.
fri
llfcklA'ii>al.Kitdt
For a Few Days Only
FAKE MATRIMONIAL
BUKLAU
IS
Jeffi rson  City,  Mo.,  May  3.
Canij ,M ii, u  w i althj   farmer of
gan   i onntr.  i n l   his  daui i i   .
DF.D
;.   A.
VIo
M. s
NOTE  OF  THANKS.
Mrs. i-1. M, Dominy, proprietress of
the old i stablii he I Ai row Pri ss.
wisbes to tali e I his o] pot I unil y to
thank ber m; ny friends for thi Ir
kind   pation tge   In   her  oil   \A ice  of I
SOUP
Cream  Puree ol  Green  P
Potato and Lyonnalse
FISH
Fried   Halibut and  Caper Sal
ENTREES
Moiled Pigs Cheek and Cabbage
Beef stew a la Macedonian
Call's   Liver   Willi   B      ���'���
ROASTS
Sirloin of Beef wiib Brown Gravy
Li a  of Veal  and Dressing
Shoulder of M utton, Currant J
VEG
:earned and Mashed
Carrots   an
A i'LI'S
��� ���I a toes,  ��
i '��� earn
.Mabel Addison, were beld to the fed- bttslnei i and hopi to still have the
eral grand jur> bee today undi i.- pleasure of supplying their wants In
000 in .:!..-. lo answer a chargi    if con   the |ob printing line i.i her new pn m-
a    fraudulent     m tri nonlal   Ises,  near  1 he
Victoria s reel
|      QPFPTAT    QMAPQ TIM
Fi
a u r
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
MP'S DRUG SIOFi
Removed to
DEANE BLOCK
Four doors east of Bank ot
Montreal, where the same careful attention will be paid to all
prescriptions and orders as
heretofore.
COLUMBIA STREET
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
1 Lik Island Acreage
.a. a .J
,:���: ding
ii' scheme.
A search of Mrs. Addison's rooms
by postolllce inspectors b ought i >
light ii oi e thp n inn lettei;; fi om n < n
all parts of the cotmti :���. Set eral
the l< tiers bad contci u ! sin b of
money running from $5 to $50 for n
wedding outfit,
Campbell  conferred   today,  but   said
be   inserted   the   udvi rtlsi men:   "just
Datij   Ni ��� s
i lionc 695,
Co . Ui ;i
DESSERT
Apple,  Raisin  and   Rhubarb
Ste in.e.! .Manual ide Pudding, ():
Sauce
Tl a
WAfiiR  f-.-OTICE
I
Coi:. e
Dinner from
"
to 8
ia I    Tbe name, address and occupa
for tun,   and that the repll scamejo  (l()|1 of tlu, .,ll|lli(,ml.  j,  E,  Murphy
Notice Is in rel\  i '' ijn that an appli-
"���atlon will be m    under Part  V. of   if   you   want   something   dainty      '���
Ibe "Water Act,   l.> ���'.'.'   to obtain  a  li-   appetizing   or   are   in   a   hurry   |
cense in the South Westminster Divl-  702 and vour order will be ready when
sion  Of    Jew  Westminster  Districi.       j you   arrive   at   The    Bohemian   C d--
J.   P.   CASH,   Proorictor.
fc-n-
J5L.
ateffrontage
fast he  was unable    to    return
money as fasl as it came In.
the
FRANK  STRIKE   STILL  ON.
occupation, dairying and fanning. I ^_"^.^L!J _ :.. !r-.-~z--~--       "
(b)   The name of the lake, stream, ayaya*******************-"
or source  (lf  unnamed,  the  doscrlp-1y**���***>**>*>wv4>v*faw*>a*w
tion  isi:   Siuing  on   Lot   ll,  Block  2,  *
Subdivision of Lol   30,
le)    Tbe point of diversion
spring.
id)    Tbe quantity of water applied
Also some Choice Buys in Surrey.
LIMITED.
�����v��� '-v?-'.ifo' ��^N��^W'jfe'^��J-:n?,.l'
Did  Not Affect Nova  Scotia Situation
Declare Officials.
Fernie. May 3.���Officials of district for   (in  cubic  feel   per second):   One-
IS,  l'nited  Mine Workers of America, eighth   cubic   foot.
have no intimation that  the Btrike iu (e)   Tbe character of the proposed
Nova   Scotia  was called   off  I ause works;   Tank   at   spring,   pipe   from
funds   were  needed   to    finance  the tank to dwellings.
strike  at    Frank,   Alta.     Tbey   declare (g)     The   purposes    for   wbicli    the
that the Frank situation does not ma- wafer   Is   to     be     used:      Dwellings,
terlally affect  the case, as onl^    be- dairying and stock.
(ween  200 and 300 men are Out,              I (k)     This notice  was posted  on  the
Tbe  men  bave now  been  Idle  since 30th   day  of  April,   1910,  and   appllca-
March 31.   Sheriff Van Wart, of Cal- tion will be made to the commissioner
gary lias been appointed chairman of on the 31st day of May, 1910.
the" board   of   conciliation     appointed (I)    Give the  names and  addresses
under the    Lemieux  act  lo    enquire of any riparian proprietors or licens-
into  the  trouble.    Colin   Maeleod   will eos   wbo   or   whose   lands   are   likely
represent, the company, and Clements to be affected by the proposed works,
Siubls,   vice-in esident   of   district,   IS, either  above  or   below     tbe     nutlet.:
will  represent   the  men.    No date  is None.                          .1. B, MURPHY,
appointed yet for tbe board to sit.        i New Westminster,
u,���ei WiB! Exchange
^        40 ACRES EN
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SECTION   16,  TP.
-FOR-
Sapperton
WITH GROUNDS
VALUE   ABOUT $4,000
APPLY  BOX  X,  DAILY   NEWS
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