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INSURANCE
I WHITE, SHILES S, CO.
.,r->,/       VA/PQTMINSTER.
\% SCHEME 10
(MURE HALIBUT
SEATTLt ENGINEER
MAY WORK fOR NOTHING
. Lieht Bulb Sunk in Mayor    Gill   Will   Permit
?ctnc
Vater to Attract
toman Makes
Big
Fish-
Catch
>!'
and then lei
just when
Thompson to Assist North
Vancouver, But No Pay.
capture a fur sea
hack Into tbo water
the  boat, is the ex-
of the  fishermen on
Roman.    They
the   dories   and
it
)g it. into
,(, of two
alibut   steamer
-  I;';;;,;!.;   Tbey east the
,.,- the sidi
nd  the  seal   got   	
"" holBl  it  into  tbe  boat,
Of tbe net  and got
Seatt
gineer
donate
ver,  B,
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House is Prorogued
May 4._parliament was |.;oio^ued this afternoon for the
by ilis Excellency Karl  Grey,   whose   tenure   of  office as
General  will   have   expired before another session,    ine
ceremonies   attending   tbe   prorogation   weie
military
Ottawa,
last time
Governor
customary1
beld.
After tbe delivery of tbe spe ch
prorogation  ceremonies
moved and tbe members of parliamen
red  chamber  to  witness  tin-  presenation
to His Excellency.
from tlie throne, and the formal
rid   ended, tbe "bar" of the'senate was re-
invited to  the floor  of  tbe
of   tin-   farewell   address
:ATS m
SOLD IN AMERICA
��������������������������������������������������������*������*���*
*************
Half of the Senatorial Togas
Are Purchasable, Declares
Former Senator Mason.
DRUGGISTS W T TO
QUIT SElimV
6)
         v
-,
Elimination  of   Tra 1
Habit    Forming    ."
Urged by Association.
in
gs
to load  It up with
tangled in it.
tried to
slipped
out
ipOO po
n bo
Hfc there
tor t
boat lias
was found
*��� Mav I. Providing City En-
It. II. Thomson Is willing to
Ids services to North Vancou-
('., Mayor Hiram C, Gill will
not object to bis carrying out a promise made to tbe North Vancouver officials to submit, a plan for a general
grading and regradlng of tbat city,
wbicb faces tbe same problems as
Seattle, as far as steep grades are
concerned, Mayor William II. May of
North Vancouver, in a letter which
readied Mayor Gill today, asked tbat
Thomson be granted a leave-of-ab-
to carry out a promise made
some nionlhs ago to pre],are plans
and BUbmll estimates for a general
of i.be   liridsb   Columbia
HAVE THO LONG
AT BETHLEHEM WORKS
I'LL BE THE
MADDEST MERRIEST BAY
I
��� Bona, baa boo* *"���'""���[,.'".'
;;::;:i;ry:;:;r::;,,"i,���i >���"<�����
unds of flsh.    'I he
successful that it
was not enough deck
fl8h and the  *w��J��^JJ       &ayor Gill  has gone on  record as
���Raised a foot bo that a bigger cau   l^   .( t)|(,  dty  on,,ill(:(.,  doing
can In- earned. Bhe  work for other cities for a consldera-
On tbe  way  mp  '''    '',., . ..j.,.  Km-'tion and at the same time receiving
P" FI,am7.g,,��nor��h   aU returning   bis regular compensation of $7,500 a
and the Zipporah, an �� f|(im   geattle     Thlg  opposition
successful trips. announced  when Thomson gave
*lneer   ]l   ' \, .    ..1      Lbt   ������'""���> I ������   an   interview   to   the   effect   that
0f catching flsh  ai  nignt
Employees     Submit     Grievances
U.   S.   Bureau   of   Labor���"Speed
ing Up" and Bonus Objected to
to
Childish   Revels to  Cladden   May
Throngs at Queen's  Park To
morrow Afternoon.
Day
i
but
  [wbicli j out
not been tried out thoroughly yet
which be states may prove a great
getter, An electilc light is let
ii Into the water and tbe fish ill e
acted   by   the   glare.     At   present
Bystem Is not ver. satisfactory
here is difficulty in getting a wa-
line   and   a    light   that
. to the required depth, but
i Imi nts    pro\ e
���   will   probably
will
if other
successful      the
double  her mini-
���   dories   and   put   on   a
night
interview ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
:ie expected to leave early in June for
Brussels to attend the annual meeting of the International Good Roads
associati mi
Mayor Gill made it plain at that
time that If Thomson wanted to attend
that convention, he Bhould tender his
resignation to the city in bur- Btartlng,
as Ids services are needed here in
carrying through about $11,000,000
worth of local improvments planned
for   Ibis   yeai'.
Washington, May
the bureau of labor
at   the   Bethlehem
South Bethlehem, P
this trip
u  by tb<
i
tbe largest halibut y< t
Roman  fishermen was
It   weighed   275  pounds
an old timer,
��� he mlghl b(
the fishermen
forty years of
LIGHT CRIMINAL BUCKET
AT KELSON
SPRING ASSIZES
4.���The report of
on the conditions
Stee| works, of
^^^^^^^^^^^^ I wbicb was sub-
tnitted to the senate today, says that
2 322 men worked twelve hours a day
for seven days a week. A large percentage of these were laborers, earning only \2 1-2 cents an hour.
"While a very large per rentage of
the force bad a  regular working day
of twelve hours for the entire seven
days of  the week, a  large  part  are
unskilled workmen  who had approx'
mately a ten-hour day for six days
the week." according to a summary
the report.    A  large number
working ten and a half hours per day
were required, it was stated, to work
overtime on week days and to do additional  work  on  Sundays
to   protest   against   tiiis
time and   the   requiring
Sundays from the employees who bad
the  shortest   boms   that   led   to   the
wbicb began on Februai y 4.
men   with   the   Bhorter   boars
to  a   considi rable  extent   paid
���i in.   wbicli   re     : id
''She's going to be a dandy," said
Chief Watson yesterday, referring to
tbe May Day parade. Prom all indications there is no doubt that Friday
will be the greatest day in the bis-
of the children of New Westmin-
Chlcago, May -1.���"I believe fifty per
cent, of the seats in the L'nited States
senate   can   be   said   to   have 'been I
bought."
This statement  was made here to-!
day by Former United States Senator'
William   E.   Mason   in   the  course  of
an  Interview in  which   he  urged  the
election of United States senators by
direct vote of the people.
A morning paper quotes Senator1
Mason as saying that he had heard i
at Springfield before the election
Mr. Lorimer that the honor was
sale and that the senatorial toga
would go to the higes! bidder.
Mr. Mason was a candidate but. withdrew his name before the last vote,
when Mr. Lorimer was chosen.
Richmond, Va., May 4.���The most
drastic and Important action taken by
the American Pharmaceutical association since that body convened here
yesterday morning occurred today,,
when   the   convention,   as   a   whole,
aced itself on record as advocating:
abolition of alcohol as a commod-
pl;
the
of
for
ity of sale in all American drug
stores, and earnestly urged the elimination of all traffic in what it terms
"habit-forming drugs," as harmful to
public morals and detrimental to the
best interests of the American people.
REPRESENTS   MANY.
A.
for
of
of
those
an.l   it   was
extension of
of   work  on
s;: Ike
Tiie
\.,-,e    ^^^^
��� on   a   bonus
J'
M
ina Hat. v,be-e ibe h    I     lied
Engineer  Kelly  shot a  (Ine
led i a; le   v, hich be Is hav-
inted.
Roman   Is   leaving   at   s< v, n
this morning  for the fishing
CLOVERDALE  ITEMS.
1.11 tion to the original Ll n  r-
iiwnsit������  in i  been  pul   through
re busily employed in mark-
Attempted Murder and Arson Are Only
Charges  of   Importance���Intere
ing  Civi
and    th y
was carried
3t-
Suit.
in    their    speeding    up,
claimed  that  their  work
such spied that Sunday work
undue tax on tin lr strength,
advani ed the fui ther claim that
they feai ed that th - enci o ichm< nts
of ovi rtime and Sunday work ultimately would lead to putting the twelve-
hour day and the Beven-day wi ek I ito
e  ���  I  thri .   .out tlte entire plant.
on at
was an
They
tory
_���_���__���
The committee in charge has spare;! i
no expense or pains to have the entertainment as perfect as possible. Thousands of children will throng Queen's
park and all who attend are sure of
having a good time, for arrangements
have been made this year to provide
for a tremendous crowd.
It is not very often that a queen
voluntarily resigns her position, but
that is what Queen Helen Hale is prepared to do on Friday. Her reign lias
only two more days to last, and yet
she seems to be quite happy about
it. When Queen Mary Keary takes
over the duties of Royalty on Friday
she will have a difficult post to fill,
for Queen Helen lias been such a
satisfactory sovereign that she has
en eared herself to the country
large. However, the subjects are
usi I to constant changes tlvt.
is no doubt that the incoming em-
pr< ss will receive a royal reception.
So far as the official records
May Daydom go. Miss Keary is Queen
Mary !.. although there may have bei n
others of that name in the dim past.
The retiring queen, Mis.- Hale, was
Queen Helen II.. another of 1 hat name
filling the throne about twenty years
ago.
CROKER'S DAUGHTER SAID TO
HAVE MARRIED A GROOM
New York. May 4.���Miss Ethel
Croker, Richard Croker's daughter,
was said to have sailed this afternoon
for Europe on the steamer Adriatic,
for which vessel her passage was
booked some time ago. Officers of
the line said that tbe passage engagement had been cancelled.
Humors that Miss Croker had re-
i John G. Breen, a rid-
cently married
have been   van-
vigorously
ing academy  groom,
ously   affirmed   and   more
denied.
Breen  was also said to have gone
on board the vessel today.
at
so
there
of
BANKERS NOT ANXIOUS TO
DISTURB REGULAR TRADE
Scheme to
Savings
Segregate  National   Banks
Funds  Is Frowned  Upon
by Association.
W.   McLeod   Is   Local   Agent
Many  Insurance Companies.
Probably the biggest insurance bus,
iness in this city is in tiie bands or
A.  W.  McLeod, who recently surrendered  the agency  of  The Vancouver
Province  in  order  to  devote  all  his:
time  and  attention  to  his  insurance
concerns.    Included in the fire insurance   companies   represented   hy   Mr.
McLeod  are  the  following:   National
General, of London;   Anglo-American,
of Toronto;   Equity, of Toronto;  On-
| tario,   of   SL  John;   Hudson   Bay,  of
Vancouver;   Columbia, of Vancouver;
Pionoers, of Brandon, and Anchor, of
Calgary, the latter company also cov-.
ering marine insurance.
|    The British America Live Stock association,    Ltd.,    of    Vancouver,    for
; wbicli Mr. McLeod holds tbe agency,
limits  its activities  to  the  insurance
| of animals, particularly live stock.
I    General   insurance   concerns   which
| do  business in  Westminster
Mr. Lend include the Railway
gers, of London, England liability and
accident);    Canada   Life   of Toronto
(life);   New  York   Plate  Glass,   New-
York   (plate glass),  and  Lloyds.  England   (automobiles   and   general i.
through
Passen-
NEW  C.  P.
R.   PIER
OPENED
ar<      ^^^^
and naming
which   will
the
be
new
"Thi
streets,
Broad-
-3i
til
i
56
in
; I    n
:ivy
Ig
III   I
, state   is   reported   as active
i owin ��� eding and other
. rations of the neighboring
business in mercantile li''1 s
,.,, over brisk   luring  the
weeks   there   is   activity
- i be seen  in and around the
elf. '
of men are employed In b il-
the Q, N. line through to Ab-
,,i  and  the  B. C.  E.  R.  eangs
cars are much In evidence.
bstatlon for the B. C. E. R. is
n imposing structure, though
i    ni i   yel   completed,   and   their
pot   will   bi    an   attractive   building
i< 'i finished.
Tbe new Columbia hotel, built and
���: ited by VV, G. Williams, is a hand-
me addition to tbe city and is
|P"aiiv well patronized;
J, Churehland, of Surrey Centre, lias
Id ni' bis stiue and post ollice bus-
ess and left yesterday with Mrs.
urchland on a Bhorl visit to their
Ughter, Mrs. flier, l Lefevre. bo-
��� ng to England on a lengthy
Nelson, B. C, May 4.���The spring I
��� - opened be: e this lnornin.- b ���
foi e Chiel Jusi Ice 1 lunti r, who ad-'
'' ��� ed the grand jury and adjourned
coun until tomorrow morning. Thel
justice congratulated the grand jury:
upon  a  light  criminal  list, there be-
ln|    OUlj    tWO   eases   to  consider.   Hex. '
vs, Wayson, for the atti mpted murder
ol Frank i'hillips in 1 li cember lasi.
and Rex vs. Matthews, for arson, in
wliich the accused, a young C. P. R
employee, is charged with Betting tire
to the tug Y11��� ii- in the shipyard heie
last winter, tlie chief evi lence being
an alleged confession to another employee, In Mr. \\a> son's case the de-
fense will be insanity.
Five civil  cases are on the  docket,
the   case   of   Slater   vs.   Walls   being
the   only   one   which   promises   to   be
sensational.      Watts,    of    Wattsburg,
sawmill   owner  and   ju
peace, is charged  with
istered the law with hi
llis     latter     capacity
thrashed   the   plaintiff'
b ged improper conduct.   Damages are
asked by the father    "'  '������ ''��'������i.
Ing  In   person   and
scenes are looked for.
DEGREE   OF   CHIVALRY.
EXPERIMENT   STATION   TO
HATCH   OSTRICH
EGGS
Odd
giee
Mis.
Walter
slice     Of     Hie
having admin-
own band In
and     soundly
son   for   al-
Watts is defend-
some interesting
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Listed   on   Bourse.
w York, May 4.���Ladenburg Thal-
&   Co., bankers,  announce   that
illations have been concluded for
Ustins! Of the entire issue of
000 National Railways or Mev
i ml   preferred  Btock,  on  the
-   lionise.
Laymen
Chicago,     May
I meetings    with
I more than 4,000
ly    section
in Session.
���I.���Two     general
an     attendance    of
each and several
confidences   marked
ive-
the
con
progress of the National Laymen's con
vention today.    Speakers at  the gen
eral meeting
of   Toronto.
luded   N.   W.   Ho wan.
Fellows' Decoration Conferred on
Mrs. W. A. Gilley.
Last night at a largi- meeting of the
Odd  Fellows   and   Rebekabs,  the de-
Chivalrj   was   conferred   on
_   A. Gilley  bj   Colonel .1.
Mackay,   department    commander   of
British Columbia, attached to Vancouver Canton No. 1.
The New Westminster Canton No.
4. in full uniform, under the command
of Lieut Col. C. S. Keith and staff,
consisting of Major George Adams,
Major McTaggart (Vancouver) and
Assistant Adjutant General McKelvln,
went through the drill of the order
and escorted Mrs. W. A. Gilley to the
dais, where after tbe exhortation and
obligation had been given and taken,
pretty little Dorothy Adams pinned on
the jewel of the degree and also presented a handsome bouquet of choice
flowers.
I     Before  the   close   of  the
officers   and  men   of   the
partners for the grand march,
an.l amid the applause of the hundreds present, went through tbe combined drill in a most effective manner.
The rest of the evening was spent in
dancing to the strains of the
orchestra, which performed
throughout the evening.
NO POSSIBLE CHANGE.
Wedded  to
Mexico, Mo., May 4.���Twelve ostrich
i ggs were purchased at $1 each by the
National Poultry Experiment Station.
The eggs aro expecti d to an ive here
within a week an l will be put In an incubator.
J. W. Swindler, manager of the station, is worried about what he will do
with the ostriches when they are
hatched. Ile plans, however, to raise
them to maturity.
i     Several   tanners   have  put   applications for live ostriches.
Atlantic  City, N. J.. May  -1.-   '
Bei s of thi   ���   ecutive con    11 o
Amerli an Banki ri' associ '; m, In
si mi here today, refuse,! to take definite action on tbe proposition to
legate savings funds in national banks
and  trust  companies and place
       such
restrictions as a e
around  deposits  In   saV-
clainu d
millions
New
London.
rector of
Bishop of
Bishop  of   Edinburgh.
May   4.���Canon    W<
Lambeth, has .been e
Edlnburg.   He
lpole.
eeted
now  thrown
lngs banks.
Opponents of the measure
that such action would tie up
of dollars of Interest-bearing dep sits
ular banks in such a manner as
their use for only sp< ibe
and take the money out of
^^^^ channels of the loan trad >.
The executive council went on record as favoring a big exposition to
celebrate tbe opening of the Panama
canal in 1915.
AT NELSON
Nelson,   II.   C,   May   4.���The   new
C. P. R. pier was opened tonight for
tbo first time and in future all trains-
and   boats   to  and   from   Nelson   will
'. connect at the new dock.    The company commenced construction las; fal'
! and over $,10,000 has been expended
! on   the   dock,   which   adjoins   and   is-
connected with the city wharf.
Trout fishing has commenced and
many fishermen have made good
catches in the past three days.
IRVING  HOTEL  IS  SOLD.
  was formerly a professor in a New York seminary and later edited Church and Empire, in wbicli he urged that the primary duty of the Anglican was to the
British  Empire.
in reg
to force
purposes
the regular
HALL   CAINE   IS   SUED.
That
the
chose
ceremony
canton
Mackness
creditably
of
of
for
Church to Provide for Settlers.
London.    May    4.���The    Bishop
Athabasca   urges  that  the  Church
England   should   make   provision
the spiritual needs of the settlers now I
invading Alberta.   The Bishop of Moo-,
soil', e  asKs for  six  new  mission sta-'
tions in northern Ontario.
1R1NK NOT RESPONSIBLE
FOR CRIME ASB POVERTY
for Calgary.
At  a  meeting of
health  yesterday  after-
decided   to   re<j
of  Dr. Dawson,  now
health offlcer of Birmingham
Health  Officer
Calgary.   May   4.-
the   board   of
noon   it   was
the appointment
as Blatant
English
London,
e  chief
absolutely
Tories    Remain
Tariff   Reform.
May   i._a.   Acland   Hood,
whip, says it is
'"""""" ��fflSSi. mi.. .1- i��v>
�� - ��saff��iSa28S-
Estimates Population.
San Francisco, May 4.���In an un-
1 official statement made yesterday by
Captain 1). C. Baldwin, director of the
census bureau, he estimated that the
record of the residents now being
taken would show a population of approximately 4.rai.00il for this city. He-
sides this. Baldwin says, there are ful-
150,000 people who live at adjacent
Theatrical     Manager    Charges
Novelist Violated Contract for Play.
London, May 4.���Hearing was begun today in the case of one Leveaux,
a theatrical   manager,  who   is   suing
Hall Caine for $26,000 for not finishing I
a play, "The Unwritten Law," accord-'
ing to contract.
The novelist's defence is a breakdown in health. Tbe plaintiff suggests tbat the defendant decided to
write "The White Prophet" instead.
Morton, another manager, estimated
that tbe plaintiff's profits from "The
Unwritten Law" would have been
$57,500 in three years.
William  Holden  Purchases Vancouver
Property   for   $200,000.
Vancouver. May 4.���Announcement
was made today of the purchase* by
Mr. William Holden of the Vowell
block, otherwise known as the Irving
hotel, at the northeast corner of
Hastings street and Columbia avenue.
The property has been purchased
hy Mr. Holden as a personal investment. He paid $200,000. It is the
new owner's intention to add three
stories to the building within a short
time.
SMALLPOX AT UNIVERSITY.
Students
Daily
MAN
DRIVEN INSANE
BY   FEAR
OF  COMET
Instructed   to   Report
for Examination.
Lincoln, Neb., May 4.���Chancellor
Avery, of the University of Nebraska,
today directed that the students submit to vaccination or report to the
authorities each day for examination.
All university gatherings have been
suspended, but class work is being
kept up.
. More than a dozen cases of smallpox have been discovered among' the-
students.
m-
phone
y when
,   Co
lorado State Board of Charities and
Corrections   Makes   Surprising
Announcement.
a*r><
England, as medical health
a   salary   of   $11,000   a   year.
proposed bacteriological ami
laboratory    is   ready    tor
$2,500 thereafter,
The question
public  comfort
in one of tlie
cussed.
offlcer at
until  the
chemical
use,    and
Of a public bath and a
station, to   be   placed
subways
says, is
pire.    1
" l'he party  stands
formed second chain-
as for tariff reform,
iy
bay
San
points, "who have everything in
Francisco hut their beds."
al   of   an
and
ber,"
a. strong
lie says.
ret
PAINTERS   TO
was also dis-
WAR
Is
OFFICE   PARSIMONY.
by   British
STRIKE.
Demand
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ws
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*****
Denver, May 4.���Representatives of
the Colorado Slate Prison association,
'lie Denver Associated Charities and
'iie Jewish Relief society, attending
the semi-annual conference of the Col-
"'���"l" state Board of Charities and
Correction^, yesterday staled un-
equivocally thai a very small per cent.
"' crime and poverty could be laid
to drink.
1111 ii' statements cani" in reply to
a 'beet question bv Rev, Father Wil-
li:ll�� O'Ryan, of SI. Leo's Catholic
church, While all could not give sta-
11 ' . Rabbi w. s. Friedman, of Tern-
i1'1' Emmanuel, who was presiding,
BPeakInR for the Associated Charities,
"fated that l 3-10 percent, Is the ratio
"1 alcoholic cases of poverty the asso-
cintion deals with.
W, E. Collett, secretary of the prison
association, declared thnt'the percentage ef crime caused hy strong drink
Was "very low."
Subject   to   Complaint
Territorial   Associations.
^^^ 4.���Several  territorial
nny  associations are attacking  tlie
of   the   war  ollice.
ssoclntlon adopted
that further admin-
 was   impos-
ible without an increase of $5,000 in
London. Maj
my assc
parsimony
Monmouthshire a
resolution stating
Istratlon   of   the  scheme
I
Brush      Wielders
Cents  Per  Hour.
4.���A strike of paint-
was officially  do-
when   between
assembled   at   the
utend   a   meeting
it council of the
The
a
Toronto
Thirty-Five
Toronto, May
ers and  decorators
clared   this   morning
400   and  500   men
Labor   temple   to   a
culled  by   the  distric
Painters'   union.
lt   is   estimated   that
tween   1,200   aud   1.500
decorators in  the city.
by  the  men is for 115 cents an
tnslead  of  IU)   cents.
Roads Increase Wages.
N'ew York, May 4.���Advances in railway wages already made or to be
made before the end of the year are
estimated at $100,000,000 for the entire country. This is the figure stated
by President W, C. Brown, of the New
York Central. Calculated on the Interstate Commerce Commission
as a basis, the wages paid
employees ynder the
amount  to  $1,22'
statistics
to railroad
new  scale  will
,233,000  a  year.
Massiion, Ohio,  May 4.���Driven
sane by a fear that the world will Ik
destroyed   hy   Halley's   comet.
Bowers, a farmer, ts held at the i
station   here   pending   arrlv
order committing him to the state asylum.
The immediate cause of Bowers
carceration is his refusal  to pay
large quantities of merchandise which
he purchased. He declared that it was
useless to pay for them for in fifteen
I days the world would be consumed by
! fire.    Bowers declares that  he lias a
I mission from God to warn mankind of
the approaching end of the earth.
^PRESBYTERIAN SYNOD
SETTLES TO BUSINESS
infer
the appropriation.
AMERicAN WOULD REMODELtem
there are be-
painters   and
The demand
made
hour,
WIRELESS  ON
Union
RAILWAYS.
New Plan for
london,   May   4.-Jcs?ph
plyl.il to C,  E. P.etynums
!,lb,cd yesterday, says that forts
Uon  people in this countrj
the svslem under which
from foreigners.
Fels.    le-
ii tl ack as
mil-
condemn
land Is own-
help in
Pacific Will Test
Despatching Trains.
4.���Dr.   Frederick   11.
ental engineer of the
received orders to
' the installation  of
railway   wireless  tele-
on the Union Pacific.
first stations aro to hi
Glass Factory Burns.
Ford City, Pa., May 4.���The factory
of the Pittsburg Plate Glass company
here was burned last night. The loss
is estimated at. $1,500,000. Out of a
population of 5,0oo in tbe community,
11,000 men are thrown out of employment. Nine (hundred men on ithe
night shift fled for their
is missing.
Rev. D. J. Ferguson, of Ne'son, Elected!
Moderator���Rev. Dr. Fraser
Retires.
Land Hunger ln  Australia.
Melbourne, May 4.���The de.nand for
land   in   West   Australia   is   so   great
that there are not enough surveyors to
keep up with it.
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The annual synod of the Presbyterian church in British Columbia held?
its flrst session in Vancouver yesterday but beyond the work of organizing
for business there was little done.
Rev. Dr. T. J. Ferguson, of Nelson,
was elected over Uev. C. W. White,
of Peachland. for the office of modera-
Mr.   White  was   nominated   by
tor.
of New
lives
A boy
Omaha,   May
Milliner, experim
Union Pacific, has
begin  immediate'-'
1,1s  system   of
graph
Thr
at Kear- |
nev   Neb.,  and  Cheyenne,  Wyo.    He
' already   established   a   powerful
station at Omaha capable of communicating alone the entire line.
Harriman's Daughter Engaged.
New York, May 4. ��� Although no
formal announcement has boon made
it was said this afternoon bv friends
of the families of Mrs. K H. Hani-
man and Lawrence D, Humsey
an engagement to marry had
entered into hy Miss Mary ITarriinan
and Charles Carry Humsey. Mr. Humsey is a member of a well known
Buffalo family.
that
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Constantinople, May 4.���The
chamber of deputies today reversed Its recent action and
voted to make the usual grant,
2,160 pounds Turkish .to the
husbands of the Imperial princesses, ln consequence of today's decision tlie ministers
have withdrawn their resignations, which were offered ln
protest against the original
action of the deputies.
Uev. Dr. T. Wardlaw Taylor,
Westminster, and Uev. C. McDiarmkl,
of Mission, and Dr. Ferguson by Uev.
Duncan Campbell, of Armstrong, and.
Rev. C. W. Main, of Cranbrook.
The meeting opened at the Mount
Pleasant Presbyterian church, Uev. J.
\ W. Whiteside, of Vancouver,      * "*"���
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  ind Rev.
��� J W.  Ii. McHae, of Golden, conducting.
��� ' devotional exercises, and Uev. Dr. Fra-
��� I ser, of Vancouver, preaching.    There ���
��� j are now eighty-one names on the roll '
��� of ministers ln the province and most
��� I of thes" were in attendance.   The ses-
��� ' sion will bo resumed tomorrow, when
��� the main business of the synod will
be proceeded with.
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,   MAY 5,  1010
Gasified Advertisements ',.. ,,1,;F0���)���,,.,; F0R|
hire by the hour, day or week. Ap-  '
ply to S. Fader, Dean block, corner
of Church and Columbia street. Tele-
BrANTED��� A   THIRD   CLASS   ENGI-      ,,!���,,,,, 712. \
Deer for sawmill.    Cnmarrled  man   _ ��� ��������� !
Some    Good    Opporl^j^^s
WANTED.
BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES  ONLY.
preferred.    Apply  D,  B.  Hall, tail-  TO   LET���SIX-ROOMED   COTTAGE. I      We Can Deliver the Properties.
liwack,  B.  C. Vac.-,mi   .May   1.     Kent  $23.    Apply 1 Rocms 5 -.,_ 6, Merchants Bank Bldg.
WAITRESS WANTED AT THE 1 RE
mier boteL   Apply at once.
IOYS    WANTED    AT    THE
Cigar Factory.
B.    C.
���   lNTED���A  GIRL  FOR  GENER \l.
bous ifl 01 i,   and  plain   cooking,  .'.i1-  _
ply   125  Third  avenue. 	
221    Hartco   street,   evenings,
tween  G and  7.
Foi;     RENT -SIX-ROOM    MODERN
House, Sapperton, $15 per month, 1'.
I,. Secord, 450 Columbia St., Sa 1
ion.     Near   car   terminus.     Phone
G99.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
Corner  Columbia   and   Begbie Streets.
New Westminster B. C���Phone 6S6.   [LANGLEY���80   acres
oui   Km luslve Propi
Ail' 1 rtise.
S. E.  ',  of Sec.  if, Tp,  10,    Price
$35   pi 1   acre;
$500 per j car.
$1,000 cash, balance
LOST.
"WANTED    TO  RENT BY   MARRIED
couple with small family, furnish d LOST���SQUARE GOLD LOCKET EN-
bouse; good location; for six! graved F, S. A., containing photos.
months     Write I'. O. Box 382. Finder will bo  rewarded when   re
turned   to   F.   S.   Allen,    Windsor
WANTED     FOR     RENT ��� SMALL |    llotei.
houso al  once.    Reply   to   Kelling
ton Ptiv;., Begbie St.   Phone G
The advance sal.- of seats
for thc
LABOR AGENTS.
WANTED ��� YOUNG NEEDLEWOM-
an at Royal City Dye \\ orks. Must
be abb' to repair < lothing.
WANTED ��� G UtDENING OR .Kill-
bin-.: by sturdy young man. Wagi a
moderate. Apply VV. John.--on, Colonial lion I.   Phone
;9.
WANTED TO R 'VI GENTLEMAN
wai ts om or I ������ 1 i" mis with pi I-
vate fan lly. Not (ir from library.
Modern bouse preferred. Box 983,
Postolllce.
COAST LABOR AGENTS! MANA-
ger G. .1. Sykes), 62 Powell street.
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompl
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
v, iin.' if unable to visit us.
UNITED BROTHERHOOD OF AI
i ���, No, 2 mi ets everj 'i 1 ea laj even
In .      Cunningham's    hall,    Sixth
street.    Trustees,  M. G, Fraser, D.
McNi e  and  \Y.  II.  Fraser,  Vancouver.     All   Visitors   welcome.
i'ri pprl les  in���
NEW WESTMINSTER, BURNABY, SAPPERTON, LULU ISLAND, SURREY, LANGLEY, CHIL-
1 I /ACK, SUM \s. VANCOUVER,
NORTH AND SOUTH VANCOUVER.
; CITY���Lot  2  and  3  in   Blks.  6  and  7
... ii. 9 nn Seventh avenue.    Price
1 ach; easy 11 rms.
CITY���Two ' 4 acre lots near tram
line an.l store. Price $300 each;
easy terms.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
REAL ESTATE - AUCTIONEER
Walker   Block,   Next  to  Todd's   Music
House
HOUSES FOR SALE:
WEST   END
5-roomed cottage, lot 60 x 170.   Price
 ; $350 cash, balance like rent.
7-roomed house, modern.   Pries $2,200
nn  terms.
6 roomed     house     on     Fifth     avenue.
Price  $2,400;   on  e isy terms
Price
VANCOUVER FINANCIALCOCpod
TION,  LTD. RA-
New Westminster Branch
Room   4,     Merchants     Bank   Q '..,,,.
Phone  591.
A.  MOTHERWELL,  Lor
nth St
Write  or  Come  and   See   Cs   for  Particulars.
BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
We Can  Deliver the Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldn.
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets
New Westminster B. C.���Phone 68b.
BURNABY   SNAP  ���   3   34   acres   in
li.   L.   L36.     Price   $2,000;   term
$1,000  cash,   balance  6,   12  and   is
nionlhs.
LANCLEY���160 acres, S. W. > 4 of Sec,
Iii, Tp, 10, 2,000,000 feet of good
tii-. No timber leas ���. A number of
small mills in the vicinity. Price
$45 pei acre; 1-3 cash, balanci 1
and 2 years.
WANTED���SIX TO EIGHT ROOMED
cottage; fully modern; close in;
pood location. Write P. O. Pox 176,
Ciiy.
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster Phone  F507
Acreage   and   half   acres;   near   Hani.
Easy terms.    South Westminster.
cut-
HARRISON HOT SPRINGS ��� 160
acres on Harrison river :'���- miles
from hotel; over ^mile of water
front; 2,000,000 feet of Br limber;
20 acres under culiPatlon, Prici
$27.50 per acie: easy terms.
FOR   SALE.
SDR SALE���SURREY; TEN ACRES,
S. ji. L3, northwest 1-4 section 19,
township 2.    Price $250  per acre;
1-3 cash; balance ti. 12 and is
nionlhs. Address X. P.. News Office.
Five   and   two  acre   blocks   and
f.<i<:.*c^c-<r*y*<r^**>^<r*<t^**>*<><>_l   o��ts    Ea8y terms,
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135  City  Lots.    Scott     Road    station.
$150, third cash, balance 0, 12,
IS months.
and
rtgages
h'OH    SALE ��� BRUNETTE     MILL
boarding   house  business   for  sale: i
14 rooms occupied;  31-2 acres pasture;   chicken   bouse,  cow  stable,
fruit   trees;   low   rem..     For  price,]
Including  furniture,   beds,   bedding.;
���cooking utensils. Mallaeable range,
dishes, etc., apply 109 Columbia St., ;���
Sapperton. 12
FOR SALE���GOOD WORK TEAM I
(2,800 lbs.). Sound. Also wagon and , ���
harness (new). Apply A. N. Mac- X
kay, Burnaby Pake P. O., B. C.      \*
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berry    runners.      Specially    grown *>
from   young   plants.     Four   dollars ���
l>cr thousand.    L, Claude Hill, Pur- a
riahy  Pake, P. O.
LAUNCH FOR SALE���40-FT. PRAC-
tlcally new gasoline launch; covered
and completely equipped; licensed
to carry 25 people; for sale tit
$2,000. This is many hundreds below the value if this boat. Apply
to owner, P. O. Pox 349, X< w west-
minster.
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115 Acre farm; well stocked and in
good cultivation; with furniture
and equipment.    Kasy terms.
LANGLEY ���  119    acres:    45    acres
cleared  ami   under crop:   200  fruit
tri es    beai Ing;    bouse   and    i
buildings.    Price $45 per acre;  PH
cash, balance to arrange,
SURREY���Best buy in Surrey.. 160
acres one mile from dam line and
(beat Northern Ry. Price $67.50
per acre:  easy terms.
9-roomed  "house;   all   modern.
$3,500; easy terms.
12-roomed "modern house In on i 0
the finest locations in the city, Must
be snld within live days. Price onlj
$3 200; on terms.   See us aboul this
at  once. 	
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3-roomed house on lot 66 x 132; close
to car. Price $1,400; $350 ca li,
balance >'-. 12 and 18 month..
7-roomed modern house, half a block
from car. Price $2,200; $500, balance monthly.
We   have   other   good   house   proposi-
H01 b  In   S ipperton on  easy  t< 1 n
[I v. ill be t 1 your tid\ anti . ������ to si e
us before i ;:.'- Ing elsen here,
CITY   LOTS
Lot  on   Hamilton  street,  size  5r).
partially clei I.    Pric    ������ ��� "'���  ���������"���""
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3 lots on Dublin street close to car
Pi [ce only $1,400; l 3 cash, balanci
6, 12 and pv months.
CITY���House and  lot on Ele.
near    Third    avenue;    i(,i
Price   $1,400;    $400   cash,
( asy.
CITY���House and Lot on Corn\    7">T
'.1 rooms;  modern In e\ ei
line orchard and outho   ,
$4,000;   1 3 cash, balam
is months.
CITY���8 room house and lot
ll   et   betwei n   Third   1
Qui en's   avenue;    lot    I I;
len    com enlences,    1
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is a snap.
CITY���Two   new  modern   I
Twelfth    I eet;  cepn nl c
Beautiful    lots,   all    In
fenced.    Inquire aboul 111
120   Acres:   $200   per
Good terms.
acre;   close  in.
15   Acres;   all   under   ciop;   6   cows,
horses and equipment; $5000; $2000
cash, remainder on terms.
132 Feet on Columbia street, New
Westminster; excellent dew; double corner, with resUh oc .
FOR SALE ��� SPEED LAUNCH
"Viie."' 33 feet bum. I feet 6 inclu a
beam; fully equipped with 16 H. P.
four-cylinder "Cowle" engine, together with dynamo. In lirst class
working order. Speed ll miles per
hour. To be seen at our docks.
Front street. The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
FOR    SALE ��� WHITE    LEGHORN
eggs; single comb; good strain: flve
cents each. Samuel Wilkinson,
Sixth street, Past Burnaby.
FOR SALE���FOUR ROOMED COT-
tagc; lot 50x132 cleared, fenced;
one block east of Twelfth Street
car. Price $1,400, terms. Apply,
Owner, 1024 Tenth Avenue.
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Some of our shrewd clients
are beginning to feel that outside property, is now nearly
as high as it is worth. They say
that the old stock exchange
axiom is good which says "Sell
when everyone wants then;
buy when no one wants them."
They have figured out that they
have done pretty well by leal
estate and are now buying
mortgages. They say that seven
to eight per cent, is good for
such high class, gill edged security���in fact Pure is no security  better  than  a mortga ���<���
^ITwo excellent lots; North Vancouver;
���      double corner; $100 cash, balance to
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suit.
<>   40 ft. Waterfront  ;threp minutes from
_ I    the bridge;   $50 per foot.
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* 1 Real   Estate Office. Phone F. 507
AI'i'l.Y
COQUITLAM ��� Have a buyer for acre
ace anywhere along tbe Canadian
Pacific railway beginning at Sec,
23 to Sec. 8.
WILSON,   COOK   &   CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner  Columbia  and   Begbie   Streets.
Phone 6S0.
Wanted for rent���Small house at once.
6   Lots   near   Orphanage;    $2,700;    %
cash, balance 6, PI and 18 months.
2 lots on Edinburgh street with back
entrance 100 feel if im th ��� ca .
Price $1,300  for the two;   I 3 1 a h,
balai   arranged.    Will   sell   bi pa
rately.
Full sized lot on Hamilton street close
to Twelfth s'1-1 et; all cleared. Price
$850; l-:: cash, balance 6 and 12
months, 	
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���:e 1 e blocks rear 1 he ScotI
B. i'. E. Ry; flrsl 1 I
to clear;   ni ar three  ro
are   bargains,     Price   $2
per act e.    Torn     1
NANAIMO   ST.���Ten   beautif
Ann   and   Delta  country,
these   . : ������   cl      ��� ;
10    Good ten
WEST END���2 good lots al S
and l at $500,   Good t< 1
SEVENTH   AVE.���One  first
to        h streel car Hi
$700.    Easy term
EIGHTH   AVENUE ���Few  lot
and $250 for a f( n  daj
balance 6,  12 and   IS  moi
Two full   sized   lots  on   Agnes  street;
all cleared and fenced; $2,000 -
half cash, balance to Bt  '
8 full sized lots In Sapperton;  splen
did  vi,-w.    Price only  $  ich; L
$500 cash, balance to suit,
"IP   YOU    AUK   REQUIRING   ANY
POTS!   IX   SAPPERTON,   WE   1! Wl'
THEM   RANGING   FROM   $275.  AND
UP  POR   SALE	
JOSEPH TRAVERS
REAL   ESTATE   ���   AUCTIONEER
Next   to  Todd's   Music   House
Walker   Block, Columbia   Street,   New
Westminster, B. C.
NEW  CUTOFF���1  acre  just
iwei   hou 000;
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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
8-Roomed   house   near   Fourth   avenue
*  and    Third    street;    $2,200;     terms
over 3  years.
2     Lots.     London     street;     close
Twelfth Btreet; $500 each;  termi
to
1   3-8   Acres   on   tram   in   Section
$1,000;   terms.
30;
Tenders for  Power  House  Equipment.
SEALED TENDERS addn ssi d to
the undersigned, and marked on the
envelope "Tender for Power House
E [ulpment," will be recel ted at the
office of the Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway, at Ottawa,
Ont., until 12 o'clock noon of the 25th
day of .May, 1910, for the equipment
qi c ssarj for power bouse in connec-
011  improved  real estate which   a j tion with the Bhops easl of Winnipeg,
5 Acres in Section 11, Port Mann
townsite; $1,600 per acre. Terms
for today.
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ROOMS   TO   RENT.
"ro LET���ROOMS IN THP PYTHIAN
block in suites of two for light
housekeeping. All st'am heated;
with hot and cold water, gas range
and electric light. Terms moderate.
Apply A. II. Ferguson, Room 9, second   floor. tf
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
Tor imp or two .adies. close to car.
615 Hamilton street, city.
TO  HUNT ��� COMFORTABLY FUR-
niflhed   bedroom.    Apply   713   Trew
���street,  city.
FOR   RENT.
.VOlt RENT���FIVE ROOMED FUR-
nished cottage on Eighth streel between Third and Fourth avenues;
$20 per month. Apply Wilson, c 10k
& Co., Northern Crown Bank Bldg,
POR      RENT���7-ROOMED     HOUSE
near the corner of Tenth street and
Fourth avenue; $30 per montli. W'il-
son, Cook it Co., Northern Crown
Hank  Bldg.
has withstood all the scrutiny
given morgages which passes
through our hands. They feel
that with such mortgages
they can sleep pretty comfortably���no anxiety as to a possible drop in value.
If real estate has done well
for you, or if you are for any
reason looking for the greatest security in investment, it
will pay you to see us and
talk over the matter. Our
knowledge is at your disposal
without charge. Years of experience and study of financial
matters of all kinds lit ns to
speak with some degree of authority.
.VOU. RENT���FOUR ROOMED HOUSE
and 5 cleared  lots suitable for gar-
���dening.    $15    per    month.      Wilson,
'Cook & Co.   Address care Northern
Crown  Bank Bldg.
WARM TO RENT���16 3-4 ACRES AT
Tynehead, 7 miles from New Westminster, line 7-roomed bouse; good
orchard and barn: between 18 and
/20 acres under cultivation, remain-
���'ler grazing land. Get particulars
from W. .1.  Kerr, 614  Columbia St.
HWOR RENT���HOUSE AND FOUR
Lots in Burnaby, near car line.
Five rooms and bathroom, pantry,
������etc. Rents $12 per month. May
(lonsp for six mont he if tenant,
���suits. Apply to P, Peebles, 020 Colombia Street.
���FIVES-ROOMED    FURNISHED    COT-
tase  to   rent, on   Eighth   street   be-
Dominion Trust X
Co., Ltd. I
T.   R.   PEARSON, X
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tween   Third   and   Fourth   avenues;
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER
WORKS.
Tenders for Wood Water Pipes.
Scaled 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 tbo engineers, Cleveland
K- Cameron. 5(1(1-8 Winch Building,
Vancouver.
��� j including water tube boilers, median!-
1 cal stokers, feed water beaters, cn-
+ gines, generators, air compressors,
pumps.
Plans and specifications may be sei u
in the office of the Chief Engineer of
the Commissioners, Mr. Cordon Grant,
at Ottawa, and In the office of the District Engineer of the Commissioners
at St. Boniface, Manitoba.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed form supplied by
the Commissioners, which may be had
on application to the Chief Engineer
at Ottawa, or to the District Engineer
at St. Boniface, .Man.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to tiie tender,
and witnessed, and be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
Bank of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the order oi the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway,
for a sum equal to ten per cent
(10 p.c.) of the amount of the lender.
Any person whose tender is accepted shall within ten days alter the acceptance thereof sign the contract,
specifications, and other documents required to be signed, and in any case
of refusal or failure on the pari, of
the party whose tender is accepted to
complete and execute the contract
with tiie Commissioners, the said
cheque shall be forfeited to the L'ttn-,-
missloners as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure, and all contract rigbis acquired by the acceptance of the tender sliall be forfeited.
Tho cholines deposited by parlies
whose tenders are accepted will be
deposited to the credit of the Receiver
General of Canada, as security for Undue and faithful performance of the
contract according to its terms.
The cheque deposited hy parties
whose tenders me rejected will be
returned wll bin ten days after the
signing of the contract.
The right, is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway.
Two lots close to Queen's park: splendid view: high and dry. Price
$1,750 for the two; terms. Enquire
about  this.
We have a client for two or more lots
on Sixtli avenue between Tenth and
Sixteenth sl rei ts.
KELLINGTON BROsT
Corner  Columbia   and   Begbie   Streets.
Phone 680.
BURNABY  ���  T'n     first    cl 11
330   ft.   on   Third   by   I 10
F w blocks from ti am, I' :-
1-3   1 '���   '��� n< e   G,   l-'
months.
BURNABY   --   Dlrrk   4,   D.   L     "���-���
acres.    On   B   C.   E,   R;
Bpn        Price
acre;   1-3 cash, ba! , H
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14   acres   excellent   land   with   hi ���__^______������.
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lent land, waterfrontag   North  ' ln '��� - ' :  Bh,al1 .|l"  ;"':'
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from Lulu Island bridge.
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Apply  for  terms. Reserve         5-:��r
A. G.  MARSHALL, .Total   Assets       70,00
Estate Office. New   Westminster,   ll.   C.   Bran-
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A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. C.
And   at   336   Hastings   St.,   W.
Vancouver, B. C.     Phone 3^50
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Battling Ne3sosi
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A   GOOD     FRIEND     ALWAYS
If you deposit  your money for
sftffety in The Hunk of Toronto
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It. and ready when yotl need It,
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Interest.    Small  or large sums
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You can see everything just as it happened in the
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one at 7.45 o'clock and the other at 9 o'clock.
PRICES 25c and 50c
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RICE   &   VARLEY
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Thc most laughable of all musical comedies
Rome, May  1.���The Tourists' assoc-
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nei    In Rome m s   year may
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year v. 1th f oze i mi .t dom Ami iica,
E rts are also being madi to ir1
vi - ibl gai :11 ns near Home. This,
Indeed, would be an admirable thing,
for vegetables nre few, bad and dear
in Romi simply because the peoj l - are
too lazy to start vegetable gardens i
in the Campagna,
If present conditions continue it
will l e Impossible to feed the Romans
alone, to say nothing of the millions
of foreigners which the sanguine ltal-;
Ian expects to fleece. The pi ices of
vegetables In Koine are probably high?
er than in any other city in the world.
Telephone 133.
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West,   Vancouver.
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PRIEST COMPOSED
SUCCESSFUL   OPERA
Rome. May -1.���When the audience
at the Theatre Royal, Turin, called for
the composer of the new opera, "The
Harvest Festival." a Catholic priest,
in full canonicals, appeared before nn'
curtain. He was Don Glocon.lo Fino
and he was accompanied hy lhe prima
donna and principal tenor.
The libretto, by Pausto Sadvatori,
won the lirst prize in a competition,
and Mascagni was asked to set it to
music, He declined on the ground that
it had too little dramatic Interest. Don
Gloeondo Fino. however, has succeeded in making it Into a successful
opera, which was enthusiastically received! While recalling the traditions
el' the old Italian composers, it has
daring Wagneresque touches here and
there.
ENEMIES OF JEWS IN
RUSSIA  RULE  AGAIN
inster
Lots at $150 Each
We have for sale a block of large lets
situated in the very be��t 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 IS months.
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Plan opens on Friday, May 6.
Vienna. May 4.���Judging from recent events in Russia, there is a revival of anti-Semitism. The Duma has
given si_ns of its Influence by barring
.lowish medical students from military
schools, where army surgeons are
trained. This in spite ot the fact that
in the Kusso-.lnpanese war 20 per cent
of the medical corps were .lews.
Given this Influence at the head of
tlie aduiinistration���for Premier Stoly-
pin has refused, In offensive terms, to
Interfere���the Ulack Hundred and
other   pogrom  organizers  are  greatly
2! encouraged   an.l   are   planning   fresh ;
~ ' anti-Semitic outrages.
a\    Jewish  citizens are disturbed by a I
��� | feeling   of   great   insecurity     and   as
1 many as can do bo are moving across
��� the frontier.   Jewish leadeis here who1
xlare in touch with their co-ieligionisiR
��� Iin  Southern  Russia,  state  that   there'.
��� will be a tremendous exodus of Una-'
2 ��� slim Jews to American this year.
��� |    The emigrants will Include some of'
T the hest In the country, for there Is a
a  prospect  of army   service  in   any ea-
��� puclty being barred to them in Russia !
J in accordance with a resolution sent to |
��� the government by the   Congress   of
j Nobles in St. Petersburg a lew weeks
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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.
The British Canadian Securities
Company, Limited.
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:    The Dominion Trust
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,   MAY  5,
1910.
The Dasiy News
Published by Tbe Dally News Publisn-
Ing Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
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Correspondence
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EDMONDS,
EDMONDS
(The Dally News is not responsible
for the opinions expressed by its correspondents.)
E.A.Paige Managing P'1"60*01;      mr. KENNEDY'S RESIGNATION.
THURSDAY,  MAY  5,  1910.
A  RATIONAL CALENDAR.
	
The recent announcement, thai tin-
Pope has given his support and advocacy to the proposed reform of the
Calendar, and that llis Holiness intends to take steps toward the realization of the scheme by bringing the
matter before the European powers,'
gives new interest to this very important movement. Another Interesting circumstance in connection with
this proposed calendar reform is that
one of its most earnest advocates and
the author of the most feasible and
-sensible plan of re-arrangement, is
Mr. M. B. Cotsworth, F. Q. S., a clever :
British statistician, of Victoria, an.l
now engaged in auditing the books of
the N'ew Westminster corporation.
Thoughtful and Intelligent peraor^
liave long recognized that for the
proper transaction of business in these
days the ancient system of counting
time wliich was instituted by Julius
Caesar in 45 B. C. and subsequently
amended by Constantino in H21 A. D.
and Pope Gregory XIII., is irksome,
inconvenient and costly, and that
there needs be some more simple and
regular division of time to facilitate
ihe conduct of tlie affairs of every day
life. Many large commercial and industrial concerns have indeed already
iaken the matter into their own hands,
and, as far as possible, have regulated their calculations and payments by
the fixed four weeks to a month. But
something more than this is required
to benefit the world generally, and
a thorough reconstruction of our calendar and almanack is necessary. We
must get rid of the varying and unequal lengths of the months, the Irregularity of certain festivals, like
Easter and Whitsun���which have no
good authority for their variation and
could well be fixed just as Christmas
day is���the shifting quarters of the
year and so on.
Mr. Cotsworth has evolved a plan
which is as simple as it is effective
in providing the desired reform. His
proposal is to establish first a regular
month of 28 days, and then to add one
month to the year, thus making thirteen equal months consisting of four
common weeks. He suggests the insertion of tlie new month between
June and July, and the adoption of
a short name therefor, such as Sol.
We however think that Media would
be an apt an.l convenient name for
this month. Put the name of this
added month is a small matter, Unimportance is in the introduction of
system and equal relation between the
weeks and the months of the year. Mr.
Cotsworth's plan would leave an odd
day, as 28 multiplied by 13 produces
Ufi4, and this he considers might be
Christmas day, though others have
urged that it should be New Year's
day. In either event it would be a
dies non, calendared as Christmas day
or New Year's day simply and not
counted as an actual day of the week.
By Mr. Cotsworth's plan the year
would commence regularly on Sunday,
and every succeeding month would
have Sunday as its first day. The
following Sundays in any month would
always be the 8th, 15th and 22nd.
Other days of the week would follow
in the same regular order, Saturday,
for instance, being the 7th, 14th, 21st
and 28th day of each month, and this
day would also of course always end
the month. Thus too each month
would have twenty-four working days
of exactly the same total working
value, with every month of four working weeks and four pay days. Then
a twenty-eight day month would be as
nearly as possible codeterminate with
the lunar month of 20.5:1 days, and
inasmuch as the lunar measure of
time is in use among the nations of
the far east, the proposed reform
would not cause them any trouble,
whilst it would also simplify trade
transactions between east and west,
as well as the eastern parts of Europe.
It will be seen at once what a
great convenience to us all would be
a calendar arranged in the way suggested by Mr. Cotsworth. The proposed change has also tho advantage
that it can be easily instituted. Mr.
Cotsworth suggestsjdie year 1916 for
its commencement, for then the first
of January will naturally fall on Sunday.
Editor,  Daily   News.
Sir,���The    announcement    of    Mr.
Kennedy's resignation in your columns
this morning    must    occasion    widespread  surprise  and   regret   through-
out the city,  irrespective of political
lleanings,    Mr.  Kennedy, as editor of
the Columbian  was known to everybody as a strong uncompromising Liberal, bul be was also known as an exceptionally clean man, who would not
allow  his  paper to  be  used  for other
than clean  purposes,    The   postofflce
service is one that calls for officials of
probity, of the very highest character
that   tho community can  supply, and
in 1 liis respect there can be no comparison between lt and other branches
ef   ibe   public   service.     Mr.   Kennedy!]
is surely  'he  right  man  in  the right
place and   now   if lie  must   resign  because  of   the   economic   whims   of   an
Official in Uie Cent licit, it is time Unpeople   of   British   Columbia   put   on
their thinking caps.    Having been in
the   public  service   myself.   I   know   a
little of the inner thoughts of eastern
officials,   and   thai    inner   thought    is
that  we in  the  west  aie all  wrong in
our economic  ideas,    lf  we point  out
to them the high cost of living here
they will simply say, "Don't pay such
high prices for what you get," just as
if  a  few  officials  could  regulate  the
market gf the west.   The tendency of I
certain officials in high  places to ig- I
nore conditions  in   the   west   cannot
but result in trouble some day.    We
are   very   much   handicapped   by   the
fact that we have no western men occupying  any   prominent  positions,   in
the  public  service  at   Ottawa.    True
we have a cabinet minister and our
M.P.'s to represent us, but these men i
cannot   be  expected   to   go   into   the
little details of every day  life.    We
should   have   not    one,   but    several |
among the permanent officials such as j
deputy   ministers   and     chief   clerks,
who thoroughly understand our conditions   and   requirements,     ls   is   fair,
for example, that the Warden of the
British   Columbia  penitentiary should
be placed on  the same salary as the
warden at Dorchester, N.B., where the
cost of living is fully sixty per cent
less than in British Columbia. But the
officials who have the shaping of such
matters are eastern men  whose sympathies are evidently with their own
localities.
Mr. Kennedy may not value the
postniastership sufficiently to encour-
j age any effort made to have him retain his position, but there is a principle involved which should weig
with him ns a citizen. Are officials j
of British Columbia to bo subject to i
the whims of eastern officials, who |
know nothing and perhaps care noth- j
ing for western conditions?
There is no politics in this incident. |
for the same could happen under any i
government.    It is however a matter |
of such  public  interest that  I  would
suggest  the forwarding of a  pei it ion
to   Ottawa   Suggesting  the  assistance
Air. Kennedy requires and his continuance on the service.   Yours faithfully.
D. D. BOURKE.
N'ew Westminster,  May  4, 11)10.
Water System to Be Completed by 31st July.
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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.
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You Will Do   Well to  Investigate
This
Children's Dresses and Coats
for $1.25
An immense assortment of smart little dresses and coats In
Ing variety. This is a May Day special���a festival of lining in Children's Wear���values that wlll aatonisb you. n
poods at low prices, but good gtods at   tempting  prices.    Bee
dow showing today.    Then come  in  and  Inspect   our full  stoi
offer   includes   a   large   quantity of  travellers'  samples iu   silk.
linen and lawn;  sizes varying  from 9 months to 10 years.    Rei
values ranging from $2.26 to $3.50 for       V
FARMERS ARE  BUSY.
Ladner District Is Active at Present
Time.
All the farmens in the vicinity of
Ladner have taken full advantage of
the last few weeks of beautiful
weather and their seeding is now completed.
Although the real estate business in
this neighborhood is not so strong a
factor as in other places, for the obvious reason that most of the farmers
do not wish to sell their delightfully
cultivated and clean homesteads, there
are many deals of a more outside nature being put through and the hotels and streets are full of visitors,
travellers, real estate men and many
others, both on business and pleasure
bent.
The work in connection with supplying a water pipe line is being carried
on rapidly and successfully. Everyone in tlie district is looking for a
busy season In the cannery business
and in other  lines.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore subsisting between
us, the undersigned, as Heal Estate
and Financial Brokers, has this day
been dissolved by mutual consent.
The business will in future lie carried on by W. B. Evans, to whom all
debts owing to the partnership are
to be paid and to wllfnii all claims
against tlie partnership are to be presented for settlement.
W. DEN EVANS.
JOS.  A.  DARKE.
Witness:���R. L. Duark.
Dated at Xew Westminster B. C,
this fourth day May, 11)10.
CARD  OF  THANKS.
Mr. l-l. Kushton, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Brenckley and family wish to take
this opportunity to thank the many
friends for their kindness and sympathy shown In their recent bereavement and also for the many floral
offerings sent.
NOTICE !
On Saturday, May 7, 1910, the S. S. PAYSTREAK will not. carry
freight to any up-river landing except Chilliwack and all freight for
Chilliwack must be delivered at the B. &. K. wharf not later than
5 P. M. on Friday, May f>. �����
Boat will leave B. C. E. R. wharf on Saturday at 7:45 A. M. sharp:
with F. J.  Hart & Co.'s excursion to Chilliwack, returning same day
P.OYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., limited
NEW WESTMINSTER
Get a Home
f Your Own
We have sevei al good buys in City and Suburban
Homes. If you ARE TIRED OF PAYING RENT .all
and see us.
For a short time we can deliver the following ting
residence in the Fast Knd, containing eight rooms,
bathroom and closets, large basement, furnace heated
and electric light. .Nice lawn and garden, wilh chick u
house  and  wired run.
An excellent unobstructed view is obtained
from this home.
Price, $3,200
$700 Cash handles it, balance easy
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Miller and Jewhurst
Room  7,  Thompson   Block
Phone   669���New  Westminster
(Opposite   City   Hall)
Open Every Evening.
Children's While Dresses and
Coats In silk, pique, linen and
lawn, embroidery and lace trimmed in a wide variety of dainty
Btyles,   for    $2.50
May Day
Ribbons, 15c yd.
Value in Ribbon you can't equal;
you'll need some for Friday, so
hay   it   here   and   Bave   money,
Almost every shade you are
likely to require, full four inches
wide, fine quality Taffeta. Special       15c  yard
Children's
Sunshades 35c
Dainty styles in Sunshades for
tlle little ones, plain colors, fancy muslin, and sniped cotton
Parasols in great variety at '���'.'><���,
50c   and     75c
Misses' Dresses I
at $4.75
in Cotton Panamas, na'
or   and   blue,   smai tl)    I
with   Ian  and brown,   pip
and    buttons,    princess
with   pleated   skirt .    all   :
si.-.cs at     $4.';
Misses'
Chambray
Dresses
In   all   shades   and   black    i
while check, princess and I ���
effect in one piece dies.-,
tractive    checks     and
plaids;     full     range    nf
From       $3/5
Ladies
Sunshades
In a splendid collect ion of si. i] -
ed and bordered effects, plain
colors In moire, silk, white embroidered linen, plain taffeta,
and mercerized cotton. From
?1   to       $4.00
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Breakfast
Do   you   like   breakfast   nicely   served���a   little   fruit   to   commence, t
such  as  Rhubarb,  Sliced  Oranges,   Grape   Fruit,   Bananas   in   Cream, 4
then  Bacon, crisp and done to a  turn,   Fresh   Eggs,  boiled  and fried. ���
Fish, Steak, Chops, etc?    Try the    "ROYAL     CAFE."     Snow    white {
Napery,   Neat,   Quick   and   Polite  Service. ���
WE  ARE   NOW  UPSTAIRS
��� -
THE ROYAL CAFE
Seabold & Jones, Props.
Dominion   Trust   Bloc>
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.
Room 5 & 6, Merchants Bank Building    Phone 686
Cor. Columbia and Begbie Streets
New Westminster, B. C.
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WESTMINSTER CHIME, MUSICAL, MARBLE, POLISHED WOOD,
GILT, SILVER, CHINA, ALARM, CABINET, CUCKOO AND HALL
CLOCKS
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Charnfoerlin's
THE
JEWELER
Official   C.   P.   R.  Time   Inspector.
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Rag Mat Patterns
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EYES TESTED FREE BY OPTICIAN
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********** MAY 5, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE F1VK.
PORTINGJ^WS
fcisTtis TB WITNESS
11 illBSSE GAMES FREE
steb0ard8 Giving  Ri^t of Entry to
Ichildren Will   Be  Distributed  by
Senior  Club.
i    i nhildren of the elty will
r:ie1)fv^��e giSen'free admittance to
LmeB,   as   has   been   the
,,,���'��������� the iiasi few years,
'"v Ryall   said   yesterday   that
JSice WOUld   be  continued   tins
:   ,   , .   ,,.iH   be   sent,   to   all   the
1   y' ���    ,   . Clty and tbe teachers
tstribSethem to the children
;ilMI '       the   club   will   be   sure
"V    ,   cl 1 children and not
rlngster  on  the streets  wlll
BASEBALL
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n tary Ryall tried giving out the j
: iinself one  year  but   sucb  a
of kiddies came  Into his store
���,   had to suspend business and
. b not been anxious for the Job
then.
Golf Club Proposed,
���tain enthusiasts of tlie royal an.l
in game of golf in the city are
- their best to secure a suitable
Be. They have bluh hopes of '
ring one within twenty minutes
from the town, should they be
essful, energetic means will at
be taken to rally all local lovers
Sto
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Of   tl ������   ^l""<-   :"'-'1
artgut..te  ti  club.
take   steps   to   in
Wednesday, May 4.
American League.
At.   Philadelphia ��� Philadelphia Bos
ion.   Too cold to play.
ai New York��� It.   ll
Washington     2     6     l
New York      4      6      5
National  League.
At.  Boston ���  Philadelphia-Boston;
rain.
At Brooklyn��� it.
New   York        2
Brooklyn     1
At Pittsburg��� it
Pittsburg    8
Chicago    '.'���
Eastern   League.
At Newark��� It
Buffalo      2
Newark    :   4
At Providence���Montreal-Provldenci
game postponed; too cold,
At   Jersey   City���
Toronto   	
Jersey  City   	
At Baltimore-
Rochester   	
Baltimore   	
Coast   League.
At San Francisco���
Sacramento   	
Oakland    	
At  Los Angeles���
San   Francisco   	
Los Angeles 	
At      Portland   ���   Portland-Vernon
game postponed;  wet  .rounds.
Western   Canada   League.
It.   II.   E.
They make iooi because they're
made dood���with seventeen years*
practical pabi-tnruini mixed into
them. They cover more, wear bet-
mmmrml^. ter indoors or out, and last lon��er.
Measure thc cost of paint ri.ht���by the time it will last and
really be paint���and you will Iind j our money's full worth ia
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Paints
Made in forty colors for every use paint is put to
���and made to satisfy.
I' Maple Leaf Paints are sold wider a plain English GUARANTEE and  only by people who ca .act
afford   to  sell   poor   paints.
QirEIUL VARNISH & C0L0K   CO.
>     VS>^ 4M Limited, ol Tt-ronto
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The Sooth West
quarter of Section 16,
Township 10.
160 acres at $50
an acre.
Easy Terms.
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Water Frontage! I WHITE> SHILES & co* I
- M.���� ,mS,de      I X ',628 and 746 Columbia Street. x
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At  Moose .law��� "
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St. Yves Defeats Acoose.
finnipeg, May 4.���Henry St.
Yves.
n- ..   .t.n.i, runner, dem-
vJJJ,.  ,,, ,,, ,i���. Audiiorlum rink las
4X ,, ,, j;,. was llie superior of
$P' -ll,., I,v delcatin, the Indian
lit ,...���..��� miles l.y o-.cr half a mile.
��� , time was 1 hour 26 minutes 36
mds.
League.
R.
Hraiidon    .^^^^^^
Northwestern
At   Seattle-
Vancouver      '���<
Scat He      1
Batteries���Jensen and Lewlf
kik and  Kirk.
At Spokani��� R,
Tacoma      1
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7      0
Sens-
Empire   Day   Competition,
.cmdon.   May   4.���It   is   announced
it   there   are   464   entries   for   the
, -.   Mail  Empire Day rifle compe-
��� distributed as follows:  Austral-
168,   Canada   (18,  South   Africa  47,
me  104.
I   -    Mail   says   that  the  cost   and
pportunity have lessened the T
ii irity  of  shooting, and  that   the  lacoraa
.Iness   of   the   homeland   will
��� a  had  impression on  the other
of the Empire.
Batteries ��� Caddy    and     Byrnes;
Holm  and  Brooks.
Games Today.
Vancouver at Seattle.
Tacoma at Spokane
Standing  of  the  Clubs.
Won Lost Pot.
   7      6 .583
Seattle     6     6 .ram
Vancouver     6     6 .500
Spokane     5     ��� -417
ABOUT 400 FEET ON   NORTH   ARM   FRASER   INSIDE
CITY   LIMITS    IN   THE  WEST   END.
Only $25,000
LOTS   ON   SIXTH    AVENUE
THESE ARE RIGHT ON THE CUTOFF. SOME FACE
ON THE EBURNE TRAM LINE. THEY ARE 53 x 125
FEET TO LARGE  LANE  AND   EASILY  CLEARED-
Only $550 Each
$200  CASH,   BALANCE 6 AND 12 MONTHS.
Phone 85. W^^^Cc^^^t^^
NEW   WESTMINSTER
���
���
//ILL    ALLLOW    FIGHT.
-���-or  of  California  Says   He   Will
Not Stop Contest.
i.   May   1.���Governor   Gillette,
Ifornla, who passed through here
night   en   route  to  Washington,
������   would  noi   interfere  with  the
jjohnson    fight,   scheduled    io
ace July  l at Emeryville.
Close Season for Elk.
Victoria. May 4.���A three years'
close season has been declared for
Vancouver Island wapiti (American
olk�� by the provincial government.
Their extinction is threatened by a
recent promiscuous slaughter,
CITY BROKERAGE CO.
442 Westminster Ave, Vancouver, B. C.
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Contractors and
House Builders
We have a full   line   or   the   Best
Builders  Hardware in tne City.
Before BmlJing See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
COMPETE  WITH   EAGLE.
Does
Bow'ers   Did    Not    Come.
Vancouver    bowlers    were   to
ome over last  night   but  they
to   appear   and   the   .tune   was
ed,
-
Sir   George   Reid   Says   Britain
Not  Advertise   Enough.
London. May 4.���Speaking at a dinner  yesterday   sir George   Reid,  the
Australian   high   commissioner,   said
that   Britain's   greatness   was   Inada-
  quately   recognized  because  the  gov-
ndon to Paris by Aeroplane.       ernment does not advertise sufficient-
(ion, May 4.���Sir Marcus Samuel   ly.
��� n a thousand guineas towards      He  claimed   thai   if  $500,000  were
���ruction   of  an   aeroplane  to   judiciously   exiyivljd   in   advertising
-   Mr.  Gilbert   White,  the  avla- the secrets of Britain's . reotaess an-
ompete In the London to Paris  otber people would tind an eagle with
wings as big as theirs
Bohemian Cafe
Depot Hotel. - OPP. C. P. IT.. Station
35c ��� Merchants' Lunch - 35c
From T 1:30 to 2-.30
The Timberland Lumber Company,  Ltd.
         MANUFACTURERS   OF	
Fir, Cedar and Spruce Lumber. Rough, Dressed and Kiln Dried^Dimension Timber and Shingles, Cedar Poles and Piling In any quan-
tity.
Ask U's for Prices
THURSDAY,  MAY  5, 1910.
Office,  Room  8, Thompson Blk.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director
New  Westminster,  B.   C.
P. O. Box 953
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BRENING & Ca
SURREY���
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80 acres subdivided in 5 acre Hocte,
whereof 20  acres  cleared.-East hai   of
Northwest Quarter, Section 25, Townso.p 2.
Price $13,800
SOUP
Spring Vegetable and Consomme
FISH
Fried OolLctmns and Sliced U-wm
SALAD
Cold Slaw
ENTREES
^^StttliVo^n^
BoiledlOk Head. Plcftle Sans*
ROASTS I
qirloin of Beef. Brown, Gravy
Leg of Mutton. Mint B��
1 Lotnt of Pork, Apple San��
VEGETABLES
| wanted and ****����" ^^
Tm-nips. In Cie.un
DESSERT
,m,,e    Raisin   and   Kt.ubarb   Pie     ;
Brtf'SU     lading.     Nutmeg
Sauce
3 pounds Peoples' Blend
Ceylon Tea for
$1.00
Commencing May 2nd
NEW  WESTMINSTER  TO   NEW   WESTMINSTER
Via
STEVESTON   and  VANCOUVER
Str. TRANSFER
Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at $ P. M.  daily except Saturday,
on Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at B. C. E. R. ticket office and on board steamer. Electric cars leave Steveston every hour (on the half-hour) for Vancouver.
and
Terms, $6000 cash,  balance 6, 12, IS
and 24 months, 7 per cent.
Tea
Coffee
Dinner from 5 to 8
Milk
3   dozen  Strictly   Fresh
Eggs for
$1.00
See the Famous Fraser River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc.
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, $1.
BRENING & CO.
General Brokers
���   ������,,   want   something   dainty   and
If   you   want   s .urry   phone
appetizing   or   are when
702 and your o. der wt"    < Cafe.
    arrive   at    i ne
p. CASH.  Proprietor.
Exclusive Sales Only
Rooms   5   and
New Westminster, B. C.
We  Can   Deliver the  Properties
Merchants   Bank   Building
Phone  686
LOOK AT THESE
��� Third  street between Third and
Six lots and a 14-room house on Third Btreet
1     Fourth avenues. _^  ___.
��� $6,275 ig
X Va Cash; balance fi, 12 and 18  months at 7 J^f8^ offlya,
��� no hotter buy than tills in the city      Phe.land 18 ai. with
��� Hon and in addition to lhe house, there Is a tWO.Sto.  .
��� accommodation for six horses.
SPECIAL
Crepe  Tissue,  5c  Roll
Decorated Crepe Tissue, 10c Fold
|jUST   RECEIVED��� |
A full stock of Violin, Banjo Guitar
and Mandolin Strings.
The Fair.
646 Columbia Street.
Wo buy for cash and sed for the same.
FreshCalifornianCream-
ery Butter, per lb.
40c
CA.
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SURREY
$2,200 for  10  acres,  house  and barn;
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
i
ORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
t VERYTHING to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
ERSONS other  than  employees  accidentally  injured    about
premises invariably sue for damages.
REGARDLESS of their own responsibility   for the' accident,  or the
existence of negligence on the part of others.
ON the slightest pretext employees may sue you. even for accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
THE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of
the accident by which he was injured.
EMPLOYERS and business men can 111 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.
YOUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are insured.
ONLY insurance against such risks will enable you to fix and reduce
your expenses to a minimum.
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��� Limited. j
OPERA  HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
May   5���Nelson-Wolgast  Fight Pictures.
May 11���Gingerbread Man.
May 19���The Prince of Tonight.
May 24���Juvenile Bostonians,
May 25���Jessie Macl.achlan.
June 2���Dorothy Morton.
June 30���The \Y_ilte Squaw.
PHONE 193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
your expenses to a minimum.
NDER the protection of a Liability Policy in the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company you will  save money and time and
be  relieved   from  all  su:h annoyances -
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE        DAILY        NEW
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ALFRED
W.
"The lnsuran=a Man"
cLEOD
657 Columbia
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,  MAY
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders  Wanted.
Ti nders will be ri ci ived by the undersigned up to May 23rd, next, at
5 p. in., for twenty-tive (25) tons
(2240 lbs.", of 6-inch and six (fi) Cms
of 4-inch Cast Iron Water Pipes, 9-16
inch In thickness. Also two (2)
6x4 inch TV.
Pipes must be free from flaws,
crack:- er oilier defects, and an ( ,en
thickness of metal throughout, i
vertically, and covered witli Dr, Anvils Smith's or other approved solu-
ti>ai. l'ipes to have th
si. e Bpigots and socki '. .
Tenders to he marked "Tenders foi
Water l'ipes." The lowi sl or any ten
der nol necessarily accepted.
W. A.  DUNCAN, City Cl. ik.
City  Hall, April 26,  1910.
NOTICE.
Take notice that I. Grace Cruickshank, of Matsqui, B.C., farmer's wife,
intend to apply to the Commissioner
of Lands and Works. Victoria, let :;
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on and under lhe following described   lands:
Commencing al a post marked
Grace Ci uickshank's, on N. E, i oi ni r
s, ��� of thi Section line between Sec
tion 28 and 29, Tp. Bi, .New Wesl
minster District, about in chains north
of iin s. I-:, corner of Section 29;
standardIthence south one mile: then west one
I mile; then north one mile; then east
one mile to the point of commencement ; il hi acres.
GRACE CRUICKSHANK,
Matsqui,   April   is.   L910.
TENDER!    WANTED.
Ten ll : s   w iii    be n cell ��� 1    b.>    thi
undoi   gned   ap   '.' Maj   ".   LltlO,
5 p.   ui.,  for  sui i nifo ms  Cor
. t .    Depai    , S] lea
can  be obtained  at the City  Clerk's
ollice.
The lowi sl  or anj   tendei  qi
i    . i llj accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN, City ci, rk.
City   Hall,  April
NEW HIGH PEAK
BALKS EXPLORER
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CITY OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
.    . titain   in   New  Guinea
Ranks Next to Himalayan
Giants.
Appllcatl ms will be rec Ived by the
undi i Big .cl up to May lfi, at 6 p. in.,
for the pi . ltlon of City Treasurer,
\V. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City  I::. 1.1. April 26, 1910.
���.AND ACTS.
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER
WORKS.
New Westmister  Land  District.
District   of   New   Westminster.
Tal..   notice that  Alexander Mi I ��� o
nan. of Vancouver, British Columbia
occupation contractor,  intends to tip
ply   for   permission   to   purchase
following described lands: \ miles of lap welded 12-inch stet
Commencing at  a   posi   planted   tit   j.j,,,.
The specifications may be seen
ASSISTANT   JANITOR    WANTED.
Wai ted���Asslsta      janit ir   for   the
Central    schools,    New   Westminster.
the   ;
Tenders for  Steel  Pipes.
Sealed  Tenders,     endorsed    "Steel
Pipes," will be received by the under- Appi     I   ���   ���  rec ived  until  Saturday,
signed   al   the   .Municipal   Hall,  Lulu   Maj   7.
Island, up to 6 p.m. on Saturday May ".  LfcWNifc,
. for the supply of about 2 1-2   Secretary New Westminster hoard ol
I
tho southeasl point of the Island si;"-
i :,   : b ml   tour  ( I)  chains from Tim-
wati r
Mid
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ i forms it. tch obtained at the ofiice
ber limit  Nq.^38733, thence northerly   ,.   ���   ,   ,-     .,,..,.  Cleveland  &   (
and <���!>:-   ,,,,,,   506.8| vvinch   Building, Vancou-
low   tide . V(,r, |-   c.
Tl e lowest or any tender may nol
be   accepti ,!.
C. L   BLIGHT,
April   23,  1910. C.M.C.
School 'i'i ast es.
New   '���'���    ������ - u '���������-'��� ���"' I ;i: -'
1910.
and westerly and southerly
erly   around   tit,-   shore   al
ttt \ lace of i ommencement, containing
four  acres,   more  or   li
ALEXANDER    McLENNAN.
,1. F. BAGGS, Agent.
March  17.  1910.
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER
WORKS.
Tenders   for   Valves.
Sealed Tenders, endorsed "Valves,"
will be received by the undersigned
ai the Municipal Hall, Lulu Island, up
to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 7, pi ox., for
the supply of sluice, air and scour
valves.
The specifications may be seen and
forms of tender obtained at ihe office
e engineers, Cli \ eland & Cameron. 506-8, Winch Building, Vancouver, R. C.
The lowest or any tender may not
I"-   accept, il.
NOTE  OF  THANKS.
Mis. E. M. D iminj'j pi opi letress of
tiie old i lishej Arrow Press,
v. i in b to t ake tl ::. opi oi I unit y ' -
than',; her many friends for tin lr
kind   pal n I t   her old   plai ���  ol
bui Iness and topi b to si ill ha\ e the
pleasure of supplying their wants in
the job pi Inting line In her new prem
i .. s, near The Daily News Co., 609
Victoria street.   Phone 695,
WAfuR  NOTICE
Notice is hfreb. gi^en that an appli-
-a'ion will be muoe under Part V. of
the "Water Act, l.i>'.'," to obtain a license in the South Westminster Division of New Westminster District.
iai The name, addies and occupation  of the applicant:   .1.   E.   Murphy,
C. L
AI f
B'10.
BLIGHT,     |
C.M.C.
LAND  ACT.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that .lame-- Bateman,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, stone-
cm;, r. Intends to apply lot- permission
to purchase the following d. scribed
lands:
Commencing at a post planted ai
the southeast point of a small island
lying about 10 chains north of Nelson
island: thence northerly, westerly.
southerly and easterly, along the
shore to the place of commencement;
containing 6 aci es more or l< ss.
JAMES  BATEMAN,
A p] licant,
JOHN F. BAGGS,
April  20,  1910. .U   tit.
LAND   ACT.
New   Westminster   Land   Dis'.rict.
District of New Westminster.
Take  notii e    thai     ^;: ion    11 mry
Clow< s of  Van o    er,  B.  C,  oc
tion, building In pectof,.inti
ply for pi o ] u        e the fol
lowing de ici Ibed  I .mis:
Ce a   post   planted   at      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
the   I. E. point i    ���   small Island lying  tons of special eastings.
ln channel between Granite island and      Tl bi      en and.
Nelson island; thence northerly, west-   foi ��� obtal edafth    office ': ,,
i    ,1,1      , the nai        md     li   ���   a
1 ���' ,; :
.... likely
j to be affected'by the proposed works,
I.   idon,   May    I.- "What   bus  foi iy
ei  i ubllc < lemenl
done for this i ounti j'.'" was the qui s-
i. ... ri Isi .1 in i he com se ol an In quli)
by U. Blair, head of the Lond ml
I..  Council Educat lon sen ii o, and an-
from  vai'ious boui        ���       pub-
;  in a  report   issued  this  week.
Mr.   Blair.  Introducing  the   matter,
saj b t hat  it  is a com n accui iti m
t the "Board School chlldi i n"
thai their manners are bad. "I do
not bi lio\ i j hat i his is gehei all. true,"
he sa\s, and  he produces a  ma
oratlve e\ Idence,
W,   i..   l'h,i|iie.   a   (lis! I let    inspi Ctor,
whose experience extends as far back
: .  1570, saj s "the pupil has changed
.  the better."   The manners
....   largi   i; acts ol London 'mr. e dl
lincily Improved,    "The tone has lm-
I, until it  i uns some danger of
all no] posite dlreci lo i.
Tone was ofti n too bard if discipline
bad to be effi cll\ e; now it occasional
ly runs the i isk of b t omlng too soft.
V. e do nol  probably t urn  out   better
i,  i. tier ai Ithmeticions,  bi ttei
s| < lie; s,  hi i !���:���   writers,  but   In   mat-
.  | ertaining to expn sslon, i b
I   i   and 'houghl we ha\.- mi de greal
l :I : 3."
\V, A,  Nicholls, a headmi   ti     wil ;i
i hli'ty-i tr.e   j ears'   Ben ice,    saj s  tho
child of today "Is more intelligent. has
a beiier \ocabularj   (thoui li It I   still
scanty), greatly corn
greater   rec ptlvitj   than  the
child of forty >-ears i go,    (:iilldi ��� i
the    po   ���   '    qui   ters    salute
thc cap.   Cross in
(Zfrpi
*Vrll*ai
CT��K! HOUSES
io
,   ,  tn    en dern;
en . modern;
Alberta  St.
Brunette St,
$2,500;   $600 cash
$2,700; $1 "it" ... :
22���Si\ room:
75���Six   room:
70���Six  i i;
29   Six room;
I   Six   room
II      Si\    I'i" >I11^^^^^^^^
al���Seven  room;   Brunetti
17���Six   room;   Hospital   Sl
modern; Simpson se    $2,500; $1 500 cash.
ii    li.. pital St.    $2, ; $1,  ' ,
rn; Alberta St. $1,700; $850 ca :
Ki arj St. $2,1  $1,250 cash.
Strand St, $1 700; $400 cash.
$1,500; $500 cash.
St, $1,900; $300 cash.
$2,000; $1,000 cash.
Hoult
P��� L�� Secord 8* Cc
450 Columbia  St., Sapperton.
Pbone 609
Near
Car  Termin
Ope
^���������������������*****<>**<t***'>*'>*a*v'****************v*Q5'
��H
��� r^saaBsassas^i ^
T7
For c^aie
California Half and Thrce-
Quarter  Ground
Mexican bait
JLiverpool Coarse Salt
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER
WORKS.
'occupation, dairying and farming.
j    (b)    The nai ie of the stre ��� ,   t( acilers |,y raisin
[or   source
'ihm   is) ^^^^^^^^^
Subdivision of Lot  30. i manners.     Bovs   will   still     be     boys
.ei    Tin   point of divi rsion:  Al tbe   ,..   v    H    .,,,,,   and   th(,,;       ,    ,.
spring, casion; I outbursts,    > he ���       hai ,,
id) t: ntlty of waterapplied !had the eff(,c.t ot- turning a purer Ian-
"1
���   (if  unnamed,  the descrip-  subordination haB~al ni   I !   (appeared.
-.   ""���,Ll -Boys   and   girls  nre   gi I tli
panesc  Salmon Nets   and
Twine.   All Kinds for
and Spec-
tne Season.
I Tenders for Cast Iron Pipe
ial  Castings.
Se il .1    Tende -:.    endorsed    "Cast,
Iron  Pipes."  will  be received by  the   '���
:   a     the   Municipal   Hall, [tank to
Lulu  lslan 1,   up   (o   5  p.m,
.  May  7. prox., for tin
..   ��� ���    i   i :   it
about 10 tons of flexible jointed  : inei
rater   pipes,  and  about   6
for   (in  cubic  feet per
h  cubl    foot,
(e)    Tin ter of the
Tank   i from
dwellings,
on  Satur-1     (S)    The   purposes   fo
���   off water  is  to    bo     used:     Dwellings,
dairying and stock. ���	
(k)    This notice was   -    ed on the ce'ption of right nnd
I pill,  1910, : ���< I  ai pilot        ,
tion will be made to tho commissioner ^^^^^^^^^^
erly. southerly and easti rly,
shore to the place of commenei n
containing 10 acres more or li
SIMON" HENRY CLOV    S,
Ap; licant.
Per JOHN  F,   BAGGS,
April 20, 1! 10.
of the > ngini ers.  Clei     nd & C im-
eron. E .  Vancou
ver, B. C.
ny ti nder may not
Tl el     est i
i
C. L.
April
'
I either  above  or  belov
BLIGHT,      None. J. E. MURPHY.
C.M.C. i Ni ������ Westminster.
children."
���
1 Id ��� i hon
!        |
.- I
: ': -.
.   ,    - sei
higher sense of honor. i       pei-
wi on id    a
 lb    hi-
tives,    ho    declari. -
:  arned  to  sh ���-.    ���   ;
.  ��� ���  ,
Ii   n
al,i    ' mi       nr, are mo
I, ti        il, and
! -���
to be '
'
While        ��� ���  ���      that tl      ;
:   i ���   Improving,    Miss
;       eadmistn        ol       lonnow
Road ��� it ic.   it Is
true  that then nothiti     api
ing thi ' ��� I i n tesy of t he Bimple
peasant of Tyrol or Southern Bavaria
in t it.- mai ners ol I he English boy or
gli I. she says; but, on the ot] er
band, there is nothing approaching I he
coai ��� ni i witnessed in some countries���notably Holland���on a festive
day, corn sponding to the En
Hank holiday.
C
mo du
h
i\.ortliern Crow n  I
City
PI
Model Sinn Workslw!?ite Star--?.
������~\
THE   GINGER3READ   MAN.
The Flour of the Dav
\
"The Gingerbread Man," the R nk-
en-Sloane fanciful fain sque, which
comes to the Opi ra house on Thuis-
day, May 11. enjoyed the distinction
ni In inn the most original, tuneful and
entertaining production seen on the
coast for the last five years. The principals that can sing, a chorus ol fem
 ���
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTINQ.
OidX iws]    ck, Sixth Street
Nevs Wi stminster.
Thco.  P. Young. Prop
Btimates Gl>en. Plion    ������������.
J, NEWSQME 8- SONS
PAINTERS.   PAPER HANGERS   AND
DECORATORS.
21 I Sixth avi nue, between S< (ond avenue and Third  streets.
NEW WESTMINSTER       - B. C.
tadian Ser
i
S.S
S.S.
CITY  OF   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Notice   to   Contractors.
Tenders  are   required   tor  the  lay-
 Inl.   and   :;r,-ulin.    of  letneut   .bh
inine beauty with pleasing voices and  on   Tenth   Avenue,   Hamilton   Btreet,
graceful    bearing,    bright,    sparkling London Street, Edinburgh Street, Dub-
music, four immense whistling numbers, vivacious dialogue, bristling with
sense and sequence, go to make up a
delightful whoie that enervates, animates and captivates. Frederic
Ranken, who wrote the lyrics, has
many   succi ssks   to   hi     credit,     but,
lln street. Seventh Avenue and
Eighth Avenue, all between Tenth and
Twelfth Streets; also Tenth Stum be
tween Sixth and Tenth Avenues. Plans
can be seen and specifications obtained from the City Engineer.
Tlie lowest  or any ten ler nol  nee
NEW STEAMERS
ntreal fo Liverpo
LAURENTIC ���
Triple   screw,   14,900  ton:,.
MEGANTIC���
Twin    scrcv,-,     14,900    toi
largest   and    ir.ost   tnoderr.
commod.ition  equal  to  any
ing thc  Atlantic.
For R. tes and Tickets A| .
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Stalinn
NEW WESTMINSTER
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
be
de
For special prices retail apply to E. J.
Fader's Grocery.
For wholesale prices apply to E. J. Fader,
Northern Crown Bank.
The finest bread baking flour in the world.
I particularly requesc the ladies of New Westminster to try it.
Yours truly,
"The Gingerbread Man," Is by far his cssarlly accepted, and any tender accepted to be conditional upon the passim   of tin   I oci I I mi roven < nt Dj law, '
Tendi t s   to   be  :   .   mr anted   b
:  clu nue  :' 'i- ii e | ei   c nt. of
an l   mai ked
and d li' en d
I it  .   than  ..
City Clerk,    i
i
bet   wak   and   will       liyht   thnatio-
goers for ���    I ��� ���      e    Ilia
co-v       i       A.   Baldwin   PI  a   ������    i .   -i
past .rand mai I   i In the ri t ol pro luc
1 i est   ' Ins:  o itdone li  nsell
Tlie i .  :    ii ii  i. I
eludes     id    well   I nown   names
Iti .   Wa'l)    ll. i   en,   lie)   i
I . ��� i ,   ii i���.     I ������    rlr        ....
('������; ticl Ml . rtn   Ri-I e n    r.uto
V'rohn an,   luor,  Olrai d,   Pretl   i lolmi i
and a 11 ant y choi us bf fori ;��� :l.
INHrRITANCC Or ABILITY
FOLLOWS   LAW OF  AVERAGES
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St.  and  Fifth  Avenw.
PHONE   370.
tl e   amounl   ol   Ti nde ���
"1 en 'or i   ��� ,-'.i.!e\i alks,"
tn   ;   e   am     Bi,   led   n >'
i'clo ': < u  May 2", 1010
W, A. Dl'N'.' I \
City !:. II, April :". 1910,
for. CHILLIWACK
AND   UPRIVCR   LANDINGS
THE   NEW   STERNWHEELER
W. RICH
Teamins1 and
pressing-.
DEALER  [N
S'
*
B���a���
London, May 4.���-Artsln. ont of ibe
ipie: tion of the n form of the house
of lords an lntero3ting discussion has
been opened among eugenlsts and
other scientists on the suhl id or
primogeniture, Inherited ability and
inherited disease. Supporting the ar-
gun onts of . lir Francis (htlion. which
were given nc< ntly, Prof, Karl Pear-
son of the Eugenics laboratory, University college, I.on,Ion, baa made a
contribution to the subject In the
course of which be remarks:
"The Inheritance of ability is so
marked that there is every reason to
suppose that a man who has won bis
way by pure ability to the house of
lords will il In- has mated wisely,
have children above tlie average In
ability, Unfortunately the house of
lords lias too often been recruited by
mere pluocrats, by political failures
or, by men who have nol taken the
pains necessary to found or preserve
an able stocki * * * I believe thai
the house bf lords wants rather more
than b-s.s pf the hereditary principle
���where  I   understand   by
*^Jm
S.
Leaves Erackrran Kcr Milling Company's Wharf, New Westminster. With
Passengers   and   Freight   as   Follows:
Leaves N'ew Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a, m.
Loaves .Chilliwack   Wednesday,   Friday and Sunday tit 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
730   FOURTH
PHONE
LEGISLATES HIMSELF
OUT   OF  LAW   BUSINESS
Colfax, May 4.���Hugh C, Todd,
former clerk of Whitman County and
graduate of the Pullman State college,
who is now studying law In Washington, D.C., expecting to take the Washington siate law examination, finds
thai be has legislated himself out of
legal practice for two years.
While acting as representative from
Whitman county at the lasi legislature
Todd was one who voted for a hill re-
qulrlng law applicants to file a request
for license two years before taking
the examination. He himself forgot
to file such a request.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114.400,1
RESERVE 11.000.CLO.oa
Branches   throughout   Canada
Newfoundland, and In   London.
land, New York, Chicago aud S||n'%
U. S. A., and Mexico City.   A B"
banking    business    transacted-      :-
ters of Credit Issued,    available
correspondents  In    all   parts of
world.
Savings Bank Department���Del' ,:
received  In  sums  of  $1  and up*  r
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent. P
annum (present rate).
Tola'. Assets owr $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
O. D. BRYMNER. Miina. er THURSDAY,  MAY 5, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
AN
,D REGISTRY ACT.
luu
WATER NOTICE.
NEW    WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
Dl
Notice i i hei. by given that an ap-
plicailon will be made under Pari   v.
of tho "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
llcei      In the Westminster Db li li i  i
New  Wi itinln ler Dlsti li t.
(a) The name, addrei    i nd occupa-
all and singular j tion of the applicant:    Frederick  W.
Smith, residing at South We tminster,
P, 0. address, New u esl mln ;-< r, B, C.,
iitiii j man.
11, i The name of the lake, sl ream or
source (If unnamed, the description
is): an unnamed spring, situate on
Subdivision 12 of Block 2, Section 30,
Block ... No*fli R inge -', '���' est,
WeBtmlnste ��� Dlstuct.
i c) The poinl of dlvei i lon: Aboul
the centre of said Suddivlsion 12
(owned by J. E, Murphj I.
uli The  quantity of  water applied
for i in cubic ti el  per se   md i    (im
s:\lielh   (l-i'.il).
s
be
de
N
C
2D.
,    thtit an application
.    register   Duncan   Bell
,,,,- i��� tee simple, under
,. ,���,.,! I,,.rn !���:. a. Wilmot,
:      ,,,ie s,  I"   Duncan   Bel
ing  date  the  13th  day  ol
.    1907, oi    - -,     ,
parcel  or trad  of land
,11 tune, lying and hem,'.
i  of New Westminster,
,, ol   British Columbl i,
.ly known and describ-
,,,, .,, ies of the Boutheasl
ection   18,  Township  3,
,  | of 6th Meridian.
, ti10se claiming through or
d  ;i!|   persons claiming
,,���  said lan'd by virtue
.    ,. i   instrument,  and
,,...  any  Interest   In
��� ���    ent, whose title
��� ,    , .,,.,��� the provisions
'    Act," are requlr-
......... n of the tax pur-
, days trom the
..,,,1-1,1   ol   this
I |��� default  of a
, ,  . ,  pendens
sue > poriod, or in
Hon nl-'i" regisira-
,,,,,. |, , i m u wil' i.e tor-
Id   oelritM '1   ''"in     '''
iahn to o   i.i tespecl i (
I   ��� ., i   i   :    i .    " Rl ter
Koll   Hall   as owner  thereof
I  | herety o  I ���-  Uial  pub
.. ,,,,. i..1- thirty days
��� il      published in New
.   �� ii ie tood and ��� iBIc
I1','.',.' und Registry Office,
,   ���     '   '    - ' '
bia   this  :.0th  oay of April, A
ni   Tl
works:
ie   e
A  ht
liaracter ef the proposed
>H*e waierv ork i syi tern
District  of   New   Wes'.tvinster.
i   ke aotli e thai the PIl; River Lum-
i - .   Company, Limited,   a   body   corporate, having  ll    l ead office al
City of New Westminster, Intends toi
; :   ���   tor perml Bion to l<    e the fol- j
������ di      .!.   I Ian Is: ���
Commencinfl al  a  posi   planted on
the   westerly shore  of   Pitl   rlvi r  at
;  li    ection   with   the   northerly
������ of Lhe Canadian Pacific R
I   - righl ni-u ay,    i henc     I il-
' ��� i iterly Bhore of Pitl river in a northeasteily direction sevi n
11 i md eighl hundred (7,!
moi e or h bs, to a v. it ne is p t plant-
fed on s ihi shore to locati tl
noi therly corni r of the Pitl Ri" er
Lumber Company, Limited, booming
site; thence al righl angl a to said
,. a dlt tance ot aboul thn e hundred and fifty (350) tei I to the 11 Id
|northerly corner of I lomlng sit'-, said
BRAVE HEN ARE Ti) BE
REWARDED BY MONARCH
xm      ��� ���     nrmrn     "*~ ��;
Police
ish
and   Firemen  Throughout   Brit-
Domains  May  Get Imperial
Honors.
through a l-imli pipe carded fro said i P"int beinf. two hundred (200) fee
Subdivision ll ti an'.cant'i property, from low water mark of said sl i
which mi |oin i, thence   southwi   I
in The pren Isi i i n . I Inli the wai    dred  ';,,"''  fl'"  - '   '  " ' '  : '     water
er  Ls   to   be   used   ule crib -   same):   :;   ':     ' '        '"'!   ' ;  ' '   hun ''  l!
Subdlvl ions 5 and G ol  Block 2, Sec-  ;if!'! thirty  (7,830)  ftfet   more or I-ss.
Hon 30, Block Range 2  west,''0  th" southwesterly  corner of said
pel)
I   Ian
Int
Llabllit
toQf
1 I. trlcl  R gl itrar,
fcfi'iail:. !',- -��� tit,i nt  Loan &  Sav-
K)o..   Oppenln Imei    Bro      Ll d.,
. W. Li    liman; J. W. Hew-
New West minster Dlsti let.
i ��� i The purpoa e for which t he
wate,- Is to be ii ed: Foi agt'l iltural
dalrj in:- and do u  tic,
iii 'I his nol ce posted on I he
2i .1 day ol  May, 1910, and api lie tl n
i will he       ���   to the <lommtssii ner on
the Rtl  ���'     .   June, 1910, al 2:30 p.m,
di   i,:.    the nami    and add
nt anj i Ipai i in pi iprletors or llci
v ho ..t   ��������� ioi-.e 1 ni'ls are likely to be
��� proposed works, either
e or ).. I" ���'.- the oui let: None.
I',  w.  SMITH.
Box 5 fi, Kev, We tminster, B, C.
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
.. i N- _
THE DAILY NEWS
booming   site:   Hn-nee   nortl
���  ,    ...    . i      neni;    nd con-
���    i    i , more or le i
PIT1    RIVER   Ll  MBEH   COM-
.    LIMITED.
T   V
the  i        of   New
mlnstei    B. C, thl    28t�� d'a5 ol   I t b
ruary, A, D. 1910.
WATER NOTICE.
F       MTlYEE KEE & CO.
-yd)
IVIJG D ���    ' Jfc0
.     is   II"
e St.
Quel ec.
d 20th.
applj  i"
i: ore   attra tiv ���   trip
Lawrence up to His-
\, \i   Empress sails
For n .-ei vations and
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and  Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block        P. O. Box 644
Nol Ice is i ; obj -.' ��'en I hai an application w"l be made i ndi r Pai I V. of
the "Water Act, 190.." I ain a license in tli Soul . ��� ns er Division of New Westminster District.
. . i    The name, ad li > is and oci upa-
! tion of the applicant:   J.  E. Murphy,
...    ipation, dalrj Ing i nd tai ming,
The name of the lake, i tream
or  source   (if  unnamed,  the description  is,;  Spring on  Lot   11. Block 2,
Subdit ision of Lol  ��� ���.
io   The poinl t., <':'-.������ t rslon: At the
spi Ing,
uli    The quantity of water applied
I ir  tin cubic t'eeit pei   sei md):   One-
m
ED, aou
C.P.R.
Agent.
Westminster
transfer Co.
Pbone 1��s-      Barn 'Pbone u?
Columbia  Street.
......   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
i5 and Heavy
,- cpicE���TRAM   DBPOI
New
,    An Inten 3tlng dei tiatcli from Down-
i eet di iis wii h   the   Institution
bj   i.i    Uajestj   ni  "The King  I
I," a   di coratlon to  be a warded
in a..��� ol the c mstabulai ���  tori
and I'm   hi Igade i I hroui houl   HI     la
Jesty'a nd    pro
<  lerrltoi les  and  for  \\ hlch    adl
meml       of n cognize i  !:. iti. li  i
forci        id      .   brl    des are ollgll
the servlci     for  whlcli
tin imn end, d i iti i ������ I he i on
��� of the n     ila vvFclch are,
brl el folia
(a)     ii     .   . ,,:���-. gallant]y In savli
life : i 'i  pi op 11 y,    or ln   pi e\ entlng
i-i in irri   ting criminals; the 11 ks
Inei rrcil to be e tablished with due n
gard [gal fons and dui -
the ofl  ,     conci i ne I,
tin i, distinguished n to  \
in adi [vi   or di ' eel Ive sei    i
i r i     ici es   it; ,ii ganlzlng police foi -
om    i tire bi Igadas or depart menis, or
in i: thi lr organization un-
dei Itflcu ties.
n'.i S]. clal b n \ i.es in di aling with
serious or  wldi   , I  null,ic aks    of
.ir public ci ime or public disorder, 01  ol  ..    .
u I Valui    e ;   II leal ami secret services.
i i i   S] eclal sen Ice   to royalty and ;
In ai    ol State .
i. i Pi olonged   service;    but    only j
when distinguished by very exception-
al ability and mi i It.
'I li : umbi t ni medals to he awarded toi ei i lei in I lis Majesty's Dominions Beyond the Seas is nol to exceed
thirty In any one year. There will be
au annua] award of this medal, and
any recommendations which colonial
mini;teis may wish to make should
i eai I Downing : i eet by I he 30th Sep-
tembet In each year. Ii is essential
thai every such recommendation
Bhould  specify   tiie particular  act  of
eighth  cubic  foot, i ouuum  0i,^....   ...~ ,	
(e) The character of the proposed gallantry or special service, or record
works; Tank at spring, pipe from of service, in respect of which the
tank  to dwellings. j candidate is recommended.
lu)    The   purposes   for   which   thi       Tim medal is to he designated and
styled "The King's Police Medal." and
A Nice Nev/ Suit,
In Tweed or Worsted; Norfolk or
double breast style, bloomer
or plain pants.
A Nice New Straw or
Felt Hat
A New Cap
Blouses
Shirt Waists
Windsor Ties, all colors
Wash Suits,
20 Varieties to Select
Dwellings.
waii r   is  to    lie     used:
j dairying  	
(ki    This notice was posted on  the  silver with our effigy on the obverse,
30th day of April.  1910   and appllca- and on the reverse a design emblem-
i tion wlll be made to the commissioner utic  of   protection   from   danger  and
Ion the ".1st day of May, 1910. shall bear on the rim the name of the
lr      Mi    Give the names and addresses person to whom the medal is award-
! v riparian proprietors or licens-iod."    The  medal  is to np  worn    bv
lauling
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345
Office, Front  St..  Foot of Sixth
J
any riparian  ,..���,.	
ees who or whose lands are likely
'ii be . ffected by the proposed works,
either  above or  below    the    outlet:
None.
J. E. MURPHY,
N( w Westminster,
April  30, 1910.
is "to consist of a circular medal of
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"YOU  NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to  i ur  offii e  evi ry  time  you
n.ed a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be glad io 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,
Ci al procured here is crac-k-a-
jack coal, however secured.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
GILLEY
STORE, BANK
iAND   OFFICE
TITII
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS-STAIR  RAIL
INGS-ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING-DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
|    TAKE NOTICE that an application
been made to n   Is ter the Corporation i>r the Township or District of
-t.it.y as the owner In fee simple, un-
i������! a ''';.-���; Sale Deed from the Reeve
land i',iik of the Corporation of the
Io.m.m Ip or District of Surrey to the
I'orpiiai'd of tlie Township or Districi, of Surrey, bearing dates of the
21st day of tn t iber, A.D., L905 and
31st day of December, A I).. 1901, of
all and singular that certain parcel
or tract of land and premises situate
lying and being in the District of Xew
Westminster, in
lS'.    ^UIUUIIIIU,    IMw.-w    .	
and described as: Lot 1 in subdlvl
sion 2i of block 1 of section 30, block
5 north, range 2 west: lots 8 to 17,
inclusive, of subdivision 23 of section
16, block 5, north range 2 west; lots
16 to 21, inclusive, block 14 of southeast quarter section 4, township 9;
subdivision  2'i of
the Province of Brit-
those to whom it may be awarded
suspended on the loft breast, the ribbon���an Inch end three-quarters in
width���beiu . of dark blue, with a narrow silver stripe on either side. Additional acts of gallantry performed
by those who may have previously
won tlie King's Police Medal will be
arded with additional bars.
HIGH  ALTITUDE PERILS.
B.illccnists Take Swooning Fits When
They Reach 17,000 feet.
People it seems do not look their
besl 20,000 feet up in the air. The ef-
fecl mi Hie human system of ballooning at high altitudes is discussed from
a physician's viewpoint by Dr. Flaming, of the general army staff, in the
i iej m in Aei onautical Review.
Tha writer, who has experimented
upon himself as well as on others.
says that above a height of 5,000 meters, or roughly 17,000 feet, swooning
tits become frequent, necessitating
constant applicatious of oxygen. Inhalations of nitrogen, otherwise harmless, were Immediately attended by
Insensibility, the face assuming a vlo-
Two breaths from an oxygen
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sells  Liom Brand  Clothing, Suits and Odd Knicker Pants
Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
estminster, in me rrouure <...  ^... , jot ]uie     lviu ���1Dawl_ 	
-. Columbia, more particularly known Ifiash always restored consciousness.
Pressure of the blood on the brain,
shortness of breath, and palpitation
increased in proportion to the speed
of the upward flight, until at a height
of 6,000 meters, or -Jil.tKlO feet, an instant's   removal  of the  oxygen  mask
      . from  the   face   meant   an   immediate
lots 5,6, and 7, in subdivision _o y,1 | lapse into unconsciousness. A phy-
sectlon Hi, hlock 6, north range -,, sical exprt,on equaling the lifting of
west; lots 22 and 22.. in subdivision : eight-pound weight caused a grave
23 of section 16, block 5, north range | accetoratj0n 0f the pulse and respira-
We say $25 will handle the
best lots in Sapperton, close to
the car, and all on graded
streets. ....
west;   lots 1,
3, 4, 5, 6,
8, 11,
;   lots  i,  -,  "���  -*. *������  -���>   "'      ,  .'
12 hlock 4 of lot 3STA, group 2; lots
St> 6 .inclusive, block 14 ot south-
;,st quarter section 4, township 9,
?0t 6 block 3 of lot 387A, group &
I,,', 38, hlock 2 of lot 3S7A, group 2,
lots 21, 22, blo<
, er section
block 2 of
I NEW WESTMINSTER
PHONE 473
J.   BROOKES,   Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and  Carline. ^^^^^^
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t ion.
These unpleasant feellrigs, Dr. Flaming says, were enhanced by the terrify- -
ling  aspect  of  fellow-aeronauts'  faces,
owing to the simultaneous action of
Ithe sun's rays, the extreme cold and
of southeast ^uart,- j Ule ]fick nf oxyge0i   The scantness of
1, township 9; lots 18, la,   h,^^, strange to say, is not anything
southeast  quarter  section ; |lke  th()  orjjJnary   rj,0king  sensation.
4,   township   9;   lot   22,  block   16   ~ (The   most   trying    experiences    were
southeast quarter section 4, township mJWCUiar cramps, chiefly affecting the
. ���   ...������i, ia nf anuth-1 movement   of the  jaws   and   lingers.
The pulse at  26,660 feet, rose to 110
and  113, often  barely  noticeable and
sometimes  Intermittent,    Respiration
was on the average of 34 a minute..
619;  ,0, 23, block 16 of south-
Y0U i   .,ii   nersons  claiming
under vou and all i" ^l'"- .
:,,������. claiming any Interest
i. d land by descent whose
not registered under the pro-
- tue of
' -uui all
, ill   the
I title i
INDIANS  WILL   NOT  SELL.
Two lots on Buchanan street $425 each
Two lots on Blair avenue $450 each
One lot on Buchanan street $475
Two lots on Hospital street $525 each
Only  $25 cash  and $10 per
month to handle.
The Craig Realty Co
Room   8,  Thomson   Block.
New Wtstmister,  B. C
Phone   629
real
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:la   :i��d
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pokane,
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of    i""
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Beef, Mutton, Veal^
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
 Offer of  Sarnia Town   Rejected  By  a
.  .,      ������! .,ml   Ucistrv   Act." Vote,
visions of the    L.   a       . of e  result  of  the
a,'0   tTnurchaseT within   forty-five  JJSince   which  was   held  Monday
T   TJ the day  of the  first  P"b-  nftcl.n(l0n between a committee repre-,
,U'yS- U notice upon you. and i      t,_r ������. Sarnla council and hoard
|lca���10" ?   IX ^ Jeal  or certificate J tra|e ;ind the Indians on the Sar-
olufjcmiUigaiedwitWn^cl,^,,  reser.ation  was  made  known  lo
1 period,   or ______________
j before registration, you
S vou will be forever estopped
<a being filed wiuuu m ���   nla  reservauon   wao   u.����=  ���������     -
n    lef-iult  of  redemption JL*    Sftrnia officials are endeavoring
each of
and d
claim to
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
"Wrodfrom-rtlln^u^n ny^
n of the
���cy   as
������ in respect of the saut iau��.
l,n register The Corporation
rownship   or   District   of   SuW
Burns
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645  COLUMBIA STREET.
to" purchase the six thousand acres
of land in the reservation and annex
it to thc town. Prior to the conference the red men Intimated that they
would be willing to sell, but when a
__^_^��� .vote was taken on Monday the In-
thereof in fee.   And  1 hereby \_^s voted unanimously against sell-
-���        . hat KlXTJy n^wspapS H&ftESt. their opinion that
f��.S Z  iSlJt NSSU5W Wl"   ltT�� 'not   merely  to  annex   the  land
rfnood   in    sufflcient. service thereof.   tUat  tllP  town  wants  to  purchase  it
tSS at the Land Registry Otlice,  ,)Ut  it ���  looking for  some  way    in
l wil Westminster Province of British , whlch t0 get the red men away trom
I New \U stm ntswr A.   Uiat locality.    The officials of Sarnia
Columhla, this 29th da> Umt w^ Y^^ to make the
D" C. S. KEITH. | purchase,   and  will   seek   the   aid   of
District Registrar.   the department at Ottawa.
To David Miller. William A. "-'"''���,-
 . t^^^-^_��   McCal-
lam, Angus Mclnnes, T. O. Stark, William Davis, Henry Praser, Henry
Kells. Harold Ponsford, Allen Spiers.
George Stone, Robert Lyness, Margaret G. Cooper, John Roberts, Richard
Hosklng, Hugh T. Crossloy, John E.
Hunter.
Langley bargain���160 acres cut
right in 'two by the B. C. Electric;
the soil all beautiful chocolate loam.
$125 per acrew. \V. J. Kerr, 614^(o-
lumbla street.
Large Subdivision, 10 Acres
in Burnaby, adjoining Sapperton.   Here is your chance
---SEE���
S- FADER, block
Carii3r CDlumbla Strest and Church Street
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,   MAY  5,  191
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SCREEN DOORS
and WINDOWS
All   Sizes   and   Prices
Call and Bee Our Stock
Anderson
&
Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
The following pupils of Mis. llu.Id
wrote yesterday the local examinations of the Royal Academy of Music:
Rudiments���Miss Mollie Prlese, Mrs.
!���'. W. Lennle, Miss Frances Guichon,
Miss Marguerite E, Payne, -Miss i.ila
Leamy, Miss Caroline D. Kennedy,
Miss Agatha Vera Coulter, Miss Gertrude A. L. Banton. Higher Harmony
��� Miss Agatha Vera Coulter. Miss
Laura May  Lavery.
The popularity of the midday lunch
at the Royal Cafe grows every day.
lt  is served  from twelve to two, with
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I Will Exchange
40 ACRES IN
SURREY
SECTION   16,   TP.  8.
-FOR-
Home in
Sapperton
WITH GROUNDS
!
VALUE  ABOUT $4,000
2    APPLY   BOX  X,  DAILY  NEWS   *
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The Westminster Modern
Business School
More than one are investigating the
merits of this scliool and they iind h
truly a business school. No need to
look further, as we have the best facilities for giving 'on,!- students a
thorough   business   training.
REMEMBER, WE ARE OPEN FOR
DAY SESSIONS THE ENTIRE YEAR.
A. L. BOUCK,
610    Columbia    St.
Principal
Simmers' "Toronto Parks"
Lawn Grass
Seed
is the Best. What
is the sense of sowing inferior seed
We protect our customers by destroying all old seed.
Spectacles 50 cents up
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcaes ror Ladh s from $12/;.
op.
Silver Watches, gents' open fa��
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
.7.50  up.
Agent for Walthain and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty,
&KE
Two Doors from Goo. Adams' Grocery
Mli'S DRUG STORE
Removed to
DEANE BLOCK
Four doors east of Bank of
Montreal, where the same careful attention will be paid to all
prescriptions and orders as
heretofore.
COLUMBIA STREET
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
quick service. **
For lee ring up Phone number 151
and the man will call. **
10. .1. Fader has been appointed distributing agent for the Soo Line Milling and Elevator Co., Weyburn, SasU.,
manufacturers of the famous imperial
flour. Mr. Fader has secured special
warehouse accommodation for tlie
storing of the flour, and it is his Intention to supply the commodity to
wholesale houses, and retail through
the medium of his store, on Carnarvon
street.
A payment, of $2~> procures a lot In
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
& Kennedy, Ltd. These lots are in
great demand. **
Mrs. J. Henley, of Eighth street, will
give a tea this afternoon and evening
in aid of the manse fund of St. Stephen's Presbyterian church. There
will be a musical program, a sale of
home made candies, etc.
There's quality in "Solo Special''
cigar. ���*
Mrs. Rule Meek, ventriloquist, elocutionist and monologlst, will give an
entertainment tonight under the
auspices of tlie Royal Templars of
Temperance. The entertainment will
he given in the It. T. of T. hall in
the Adams block.
For Geraniums, Dahlias and all
kinds of Spring Bedding Plants phone
Davis' Greenhouse, It 208. - **
A workman by the name of Pursoll
who was driving rivets on tho steel
lowers over the New Westminster
bridge yesterday was struck on the
eye with a flying rivet. At lirst it
was thought thai he was seriously
Injun .1. hut he walked lo Dr. Man-
chesti r's ofiice and the doctor discovered that ihe eye was uninjured, tlie
ej t brow only being cut.
Automobile for sale cheap. Five-
passenger thirty-horsepower Russel .
?500.    W. .1. Kerr. **
To   Furnish   an  Office,   see   W.   E.
The funeral of Edward  Baxter, who
was  killed  by  a falling  tree  at   Burn- j
aby aboul two weeks ago, and whoso,
body was discovered on Monday even- j
ing, will lake place at Mountain View
cemetery, Vancouver, at three o'clock
this afternoon,  Rev.  Mr. Clinton oill-
elating.     Bert   Baxter,  of   Spokane,  a
son,  and   Mrs.   \V.   Klpp,  of   Ashcroft. |
an.l   Miss   F.   Baxter,   id'   Vancouver,
(laughters;   Mrs.  Shaw,  of  Ladysmith,
a  sister, and George Cowling, of Spokane,   a   son-in-law   id'   the   deceased,
will  attend the funeral.
Sheriff Armstrong will select the
grand and petit jurors at the court
house this morning.
Place your
.1.   Kerr,   Ltd.
���ire
Insurance  with  \V.
sa
George Kell, who was appointed
poundkeeper by the council on .Monday night, has refused to accept the
position. Another appointment will
p obably lie made at the next meeting
of the council.
South Westminster property is
handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy,
Ltd. Call In and see them, and they
will  put before you some good things,
J, C. Allen, contractor for the new
registry office, appeared Tn the police
court yesterday on a charge of obstructing tlie street, with building material. The case was adjourned until
this morning in order to allow Mr.
Allen to prepare a defence. He has a
permit from tlie city, but the police
say  it  is  too old.
Have you a house for sale? I have
the buyer. S. Fader. Plione ~\2.
Dean block, opposite Bank of Montreal. **
The men who are going bail for
S. II. Ford were in the city yesterday
and arrangements were made whereby Ford will be released today, unless complications occur.
The first exhibition of the moving
pictures of tlie Xelson-W'olgast light
to be seen in New Westminster will
be given in the opera house tonight.
For spring plants or cut flowers,
phone Davies' Greenhouse. R208.      **
The   real   estate   Hrm   of   Evans   tt
: Darke dissolved partnership yesterday, ,1. A. Darke, one of the partners,
retiring on account of ill health.     He
t has not made any definite plans for
the   future  at   present,   hut   will  prob-
j ably go south for a rest. The business
will be carried on under the inanage-
; ment of W. B. Evans.
Try "Solo Special' cigar. Havana
filled. **
Captain Johnson, Mr. Barker and W.
;1>. Whitehead, officials of the B. C.
! Packers' Association of Vancouver,
| were   in   the   city   yesterday.     They
had  a  look  at   the  catch  brought  in
by the steamer Roman.
Anything in our lino in to 20 per
.cent,  saved   for  you.    Fales.        **
A   scowload  of steel   rails  and   lish
-plates  for the  B.  ('.   E.   R.  Chilliwack
line was brought into port from Vancouver yesterday.
i
Have you a house for stile?    I have
the   buyer.     S.   Fader.     Phone   712,
Dean   block,  opposite   Bank  oi'   Montreal. **
i
Sam   Giles,   of   the    Mission    ho!< I",
came into the city yesterday accompanied hy his little daughter Minnie,
who will remain here until after May
|Day as the guest of Viviinne Miller,
Mrs.   T.   II.   Levey,   of   mi   Agnes
tri ������;, win not receive tomorrow.
We have $10,000 to loan on improved  city   property  iti   amounts  to
1 suit a few good pi op . it;,ins. W. .!.
Kerr, Ltd. **
Mrs. A. M. Herring fias lefi for an
extended business tiip in the east.
See Fales for Bed Lounges. Guaranteed goods at prices cheaper than
the cheapest. **
DREN'S WEEK
AT THIS STORE
���May Day This Week���
N-���, a child in town hut knows that May Day is to be celebrated, in
thi8 Btore we have planned for this week by providing special values In
Children's Clothing. Larger assortments, better values than ever tue here
tn Ready-to-Wear Hats and Bonnets, Dresses, Suits,  Aprons,   Blouses.  Ties,
Belts, Gloves.  Hosiery,  Parasols, etc.     Watch our advert iseinent.
White and Colored Dresses and Aprons
50c Each
An unusually large assortmenl of Girls' Dresses ami Aprons, slzea 3 tt.
in years, in White Lawn. Colored Batiste, plain and fancy; Printa and
Ginghams; well made and nicely trimmed with Insertions, Laces and Frills.
Our special sale this week, BOc 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 sm h as this
is   less   than   cost   of   material.     Special   this   week,  35c  each.
Better Dresses in Immense Variety
The two foregoing lines are but an indication nf a lew ef the special
values   offered   tit   very   low   prices.     Tin-   belter  dresses   and   ain mis   show
better quality, nicer styles, newer colorings, and this week's showing embraces all grades in White and Colored Aprons, Dresses, Bull Blouses,
etc. ranging in price from 7.""- tu $5.50 each.
in
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at
111
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
��SI3&SECTE!EE&PSS��m32SBa
���^���rv-'zr'ztt'w.
r^__^m^-f^mmM^.iw��L
D. J.  McQuarrie, local  manager of
the B. C.   E.   R.,  returned  y< sterday
evening from a tiip to Pender harbor.
FEARS   RABIES   OUTBREAK.
Spring   is   here���how
plants    for   the   garden?
Florist,  can  suit  you  to
tiling in that line.
about   those
Tidy,   the
a  T  in  any-
Citizens of Los Angeles Are Requested to Muzzle Dogs.
Los Angeles, May I.���In an appeal
to the public Los Angeles board of
health declared that an epidemic of
hydrophobia is imminent. The board
recites the fact that four persons have
died of rabies within the last four
months and that within the past week
six dogs have been proved affected
witli the disease. Citizens are urged
to assist in enforcing the dog muzzling ordinance.
STORAGE
HERBERT
Market
PHONE 475
P. VIDAL
Square
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ee? EM__Wmmmm,m$mm
1
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Take Advantage Of Our
Cash Refund Offer
During May
Set
^Ofl
$��& pm vsWm\ *-i &.������ \a rm
vtk&fc*��. ui \\ ^M ��. m I NS
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10 Acres extra good land, i
acres cleared; 7 roomed 1
house, bath and pantry, hot I
and cold water. One mile |
from electric  tram.     Price i
9
S3500.   Terms, $300, balance |
easy terms.
APPLY TO
hWT
LIMITED.
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Every Purchase you make in May, we make you a
liberal Cash Refund on every dollar you pay down
"WE   FURNISH   YOUR   HOME   COMPLETE"
LEES LIMITED
COLUMBIA   STREET PHONE   73
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