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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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VfHlY    SHSLES & CO.
NEV.       5STMIN8TER.
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VOLUME ���'..   NUMBER 92.
N'EW WESTMINSTER, B. C. FRIDAY  MORNING, MAY 6, 1910.
EIGHT PAGE8,
'RICE  FIVE CENTS.
. M GRAVELY MM
lonarch is Suffering From   Severe   Attack of   Bronchitis
���Eminent Physicians Stationed in Buckingham
Palace���Condition Kept Secret Two Days
London, May B.���The kingdom waa
i|,lW��� in;,i consternation tonlghl by
[, . ,,i,i, n ami totally unexpected an.
(,.,, , un in   that   King   Edward   was
| .  ing fiom bronchitis, ln a severe
[mi,   causing   his   physicians   soma
*xlety, two of whom aie sit eplng In
Im klngham palace In order to be on
|iind in ease of need.
I,   has  been the  king's Invariable
lie to be present on the qui en's ar-
foal  from any out  ef t-own  journey,
ad    his   absence this evening was
Bade tho subject of general comment
^tiiiediately it was noted.   The queen
linn ied in tin- palio-e and soon after-
-rn     ir,. pubiie lem in d b> an official
annum,i en;, i.i tiitn the king bad been
'111 fin-   l��n da>s.
I Concealment  Increases   Alarm.
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T
tbu
in.
| ft
ktt.H
Oil
,,    fact   that   his  Illness  had  heen
concealed from public knowledge
>ased  the alarm.
-.-. Edward suffered from a similar
k at Biarritz owing to the Inclem-
weather and  cold  winds,  bul   it
supposed t nai  lie had completi ly
-. ��� i ed, esp< clallv   ;is  he  attended
opera at Convent garden  within
��� ti a Kliei   ins in i Ival  In  Lou-
[on from Biarritz last Wednesday.
On   Thursday   he   had   a   busy   day.
ve   an   audit nee   to   Field   Mar-
i .a i Kitchener and Premier As-
iltli and visited the Royal academy.
jOn Friday he also gave several audl-
< ��� i and entertained Mr. and Mrs.
t erl J, Gladstone nt a farewell
i ��� eon on their depai ure for
I . Africa and visited tli" theatre
:       .  , ., nlng.
Wearying   Social   Activity.
���i lai activity tende 1   to   re- ]
e the  public  mil d,  bu
I thai while King  Edward v.
.      i ho   i hi ures   at   tb     Ro> al
av he looked pale and fatigued
, :���'   i; eked   his  customary   zesl   an 1
tllness, and the n embei b of his
nai e fea ed  that   this  might   b ���
. n of - return 'if the throal an I
trouble.
.    king  spent   the   wi i k   nd   at
h Ingham with the objeel ol
batting Uui threatene I attack and returned apparently better, but the Bud
den changes In the weather this week
were trying to his majestly and Anally
compelled him to keep Indoors,    He
still attended tO state business, however, and granted audiences, including among other on Tuesday one to
Lord Roberts,
On Wednesday he entertained
Grand Duke Michael at luncheon, tn
fact, it was only today that his physicians were able to Induce King Ed
ward to keep to bis bedroom and
take a complete rest.
Specialist   Called    In.
The bulletin Issued at 7::',n o'clock
this evening showed that the eminent
specialist, Sir Richard Douglas Powell,
bai been called in. lie, with the
king's physicians, Sir Francis Laking
and Sir Tames Reid, suggested it.
which read:
The king Is suffering from an attack of bronchitis and has been eon
fined to his rooms for two days, llis
majesty's condition causes seme
anxiety. The king is In good snirits
dsplte his illness and In addition to
lnnir visits from members (,f the roval
familv he received in audience this
morning Lord Islington, the newly ap.
pointed  commander in chief of New
Zealand, nnd other colonial  officials,
Roth   Sir Frances  Laking and  Sir
.lames  Reid  will  remain  in  Buckingham palace throughout the night.    It
Is stated, however, thai this is merely  a   precautionary   measui \  as   "
king's illness is nol grave.   A consultation   was  held   late   tonie-ht   but   ne
bulletin   was issued,  i'  being me-1 lj
repovte'   that   the  kins  was  restlni .
comfortnblv.
Unable to Meet Queen.
A   courl   circular   wliich   was   sent
out aboul eight o'clock states that ids
v -is    unable    to    meet    the
queen, as he was suffering trom a se
....   .. . \
The  king's   e ii dltl in   at   midnight
Was    ,,',���-,.    veiKSUrlnC.
,\n\ie!    will   ontinui    . ��������� '������'h"ic i
���     it   |g  known  that   his   majesty   is
;, cl   to Berlous fainting spells.
AWfUL DISASTER       ! FISHERMEN FACED
H ALABAMA wi    DEATH THREE DAYS
One Hundred and Seventy- Cod Fishers Drift at Mercy
Five Miners Entombed-
All believed Dead.
Birmingham, Ala., May B.���Fortj
while and i:;.", negro miners are i n-
timber tonlghl in No. 3 coal mine ii,
I'ahis, forty miles west of Birmingham
as the result ol a tei tilde explosion,
it Is believed that all are dead.
The mines are owned by the Palog
Coal ami toke company, of Blrmlng-I
ham.
'I wo bodies were found early tonight
but ii is though! thai few can be recovered before morning,
Shock   Felt   for   Miles.
The flames from the explosion shot
200 feet In the air and the shoe k was
tell for miles.
Timbers were hurled several hundred feet from the mouth of the mine.
Rocks from the roof caved in and
made access difficult.
The fan machinery was damaged,
hut air is being pumped into the mine
tonight in hopes that some of the men
are still alive.
A special train with State Mine Inspector Hlllhouse and other experts.
physicians, surgeons and undertakers
arrived at Palos late today.
A hospital has sent relief from Birmingham.
Rescuers   Overcorre.
The lust rescuers who went Into
the   mine  after  the  explosion  were
(Continued on Page Four).
of Elements Without Food
or Water-Rescued.
Halifax, X. S., May .'.���Two French
fishermen were miraculously rescued
by the Lunenburg schooner Nicola
from death by starvation and exposure
on the Grand Hanks today. Gustave
Germanus and Leopold Le Reverent.
of Granville, France, were three days
ai i iiii* b nights in an open boai
wlthoul food or water and without
�� .a ��� to control their boat.
I     The two men belonged to the square
rigged Dshlng vessel Sans Gene, of
Granville, The Bans Gene, a bark ol
200 tuns, left Granville on March 1"
and had been fishing on Banquereau
when the two men. who were dory-
mates, became parted from their ship
in the fog. Aflei being adrift for
a day and a night a heavy sea struck
their dmy and flung Leopold Into
the water, washing away their oars
an.l food. Leopold was rescued by
his companion. Tlmy bailed the water from their half-filled dory and did
the best they could ln their helpless
condition.
Two days and two nights they struggled against hunger an.l cold, which
' enumbed their sense, until the fishing schooner on the third day saved
them.
The men were landed at Canso and
were directed to the French consul
���it   Sydney.
Fli II!
Elisor ..iflD
To,<. n of Cartago Destroyed by Seitmic Shcck���Sccres of
Buildings Toppled Over���Inhabitants Thrown
Into Panic���Terrible Sufferings.
San .Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua, May
5.���A huge part of Cartago, Costa
Rica, was destroyed last night by a
powerful seismic movement.
Details are very meagre, as tbe
telegraph wires have been levelled be
tween  San .Jos and Cartago,
The operators at the latter place
were kilbd.
Five   Hundred   Killed.
It is known that at least BttO people
are dead and many  hundreds injured.
.rotes    of    buildings    were    MiM.Wil
down, among them the palace of justice, erected by An.lrew Carnegie.
Shocks Stil! Continue..
Panic n igns as the earthquake continues. San .lose has also been-.
shaken, some buildings being damaged, but no deaths are reported in
thai city. A number of persons werc.
sllghtly   Injured.
Earth shocks also were felt at several points In Nicaragua near ihtv
Costa Rlcan frontier.
Suffering and Destitution.
Reports reaching here states that
there is much suffering and destitution at Cartago consequent upon the
disaster.
MAY   LECTURE   HERE.
BACK   FROM   HARRISON.
Merry Little Maidens V/ill
Dance Round May Pole Today
Famous English War Correspondent
Plans Lecture in City.
There Is a possibility that Frederic
Villleis. the war correspondent, will
give a lecture here some time next
week. His advance man was in town
yesterday calling on some of the representatives of the Hoy's Brigade and
trying to make arrangements to give
the lecture und}>r the auspices of
some such organization.
There are few soldiers who have
been through as many battles or seen
as much active campaigning as litis
Mr. Vllllers. The list of engagements
he has heen in since he flrst started
in that line of work ln 1876 fills almi st
a column, and liis lecture should be
worth lis'ening to. Ile is at present,
in Vancouver, on the home stretch
of an east to west tour of the Dominion.
Flow of  Water Sought by City  Is Indeterminate.
Mayor Lee, Aldermen Bryson ancft
Gilley. and City Engineer Blackmail
yesterday returned from their water-
bunting expedition near Harrison, but
no results of their explorations are-
to be given to tlie public as yet. At
the present time there Is no doubt
that there is plenty of water ar.,
the point discovered, but whether it.
will last or not is the question that.
Will have to he investigated by the
city before it takes any definite steps--
towards claiming it.
At the present time all the mountain streams are swollen by meltinfi.
snow and the city will have to have-
observations taken on the flow or
water at different times of the year
before it is decided to stake out. the-
claim.
BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOB    LIST OF NOTORIOUS FAMILY
ARCHITECTS IN MANITOBA    OF KANSAS FIENDS DEAD
This is tlie one day In the year i i
which the city of New Westminster Is
��� Iven over to the children. There are
but few cities in North Amerl -a thai
cell brate May Day. but fortunately
New West i. Lnster Is one and today
all the cl lldren in the city and many
ti om the country and fi om Vancouvi r
will gather at Que< n's rath to
part i'i the pici ti - que eet eraony of
i ro--     -...���-,.- n ��
The -    icession will foi m al thi
streets at one o'clock. From there
it will proceed along Carnarvon street
to   Sixtli   street,   up   Sixth   to   Royal
brigades.    Twenty of the scouts will
he mount   I on blcycli s.
A new feature of the p. rule this
year will be tbe presence of pipers,
who "light to aid considerably. The
Hayseed hand, the Citizen's band and
the Bugle band will also beln to pro
vide the music. Automobiles, carriages and throngs of children will
make up the test of the procession.
.1 ���'������.'.��� pari .-tl is ii. readiness for
the proper reception of Her Majesty-
Miss Maty Keary, Fortieth Queen of
the May. The phi'form surmounted
by lhe Maypole has been decorated,
making tlie throne of the little queen
THREE THOUSAND PEOPLE
REACHED WINNIPEG YESTERDAY
MANY DIVORCE  BILLS.
Winnipeg, May 5.���Over three thousand people arrived from the east over
the Canadian Pacific railway today,
there being no less than eight pas-
Bel - er trains due during the day. The
majority of the newcomers are Immigrants, altheur.il two special trains
we,-., home teekers from the east. All
three ol the regular trains ai**> in
two sections, while the Imperial Limited goes in three sections,
Ottawa, May 5.���The session cf parliament which closi tl yesterday lasted
for six months.-less four days. There..-
were i"- Bitting days of th" commons and Bixty-elght of the senate.
In all. 235 lulls wee Introduced, by
pri tue members with one excetlon,
'!'!< session was notabl tor the passage et' twin'-- Sly ���'��������� bills, constituting a record for that sort of legislation. !
F .c   Well   Known   Men   Appointed   to   Kate    Bender,    Associated   With   Her
Office   by  Order-in Council���Rules Brothers   in   Wholesale   Killings,
to  Be  Strict. Is Found   Dead   in   Resort.
peg, May 5.���An order-ln-coun-
i <! this morning appoint! ,1 the
[bo    i ol examiners tor architects for
Thej are William Flngland,
.1   ll   i,   Russell, ll. Math, ws an I W,
I'-        "��� ���-. and Professor ll. Brydone-
Jack,   who   will   represenl   the   univ-
sltj.
'l'he  appointment   of   the   hoard  of
'i-1 a is in accordance  with an
lacl   which was passed  at   the  last   BOB-
lalon of the leglslatun   incorporating
Ithe architects of Manitoba,
'.fli    The act  in  no  way  interferes  with
Irawlng his own plans tor a
I1 bul    he,, after   no   one   can
���>ractl8e the profession  without  pass-
���f"n the examinations by the board.
���civil servants to have
SHORTER DAYS THIS SUMMER
Ottawa, M i ;, The civil servants
��� ���win have the advnntage of an extra
���hotn during the coming summer.   An
I "' ''' I" council has i ��� pa88ed glv-
I Ing authority to the deputy ministers
| to allow their staffs to leave work at
tour instead of live during the months
I "i June, July and August.
Rio Vista. Cal., May 5.���Kate Bender, of the notorious family of Kansas
mur.erers, is dead here, nccording to
a statement made today by John Collins,  a  resi lent  of this place.
Tiie woman, who was known as Mrs.
Gavin, ami Liter as Mrs. Peters, was
fo��nd 'lead in :i n sort she conducted.
Collins, who was her closest friend,
sa\s she revealed her identity several vears ago, exacting a promise that
he should not tell anybody until after
he- death.
The woman apparently died from
natural causes and had been dead
several days when her body was
found.
Collins declares the woman cave
him a detailed account of many murders which she and her brother committed In the Bender home, at Cherry-
vale. Kans., in the seventies.
MANY  NEW  BUILDINGS ARE
GOING UP IN MONTREAL
NOT SATISFIED.
Contractor Hassim Complains Stones
Supplied   Are  Too   Big.
fhe si/e of lhe crushed  rock supplied  by Qilley  Bros, to the  Hassam
'<'-ui!' compnny for use in lhe Columbia  street  Improvements  is causing
1   "tractor Hassam some worry, as a
;|in percentage of the stones are
toi   big to give  satisfaction   in   the
The si/e required, as per con-
,r;" :   is from one and a  half to two
and a hair inches, hut this has been
j-yeatly exceeded in several instances.
1''" grievance has been called to tho
attention  of  Messrs.  Gilley.
About Kill cubic yards of crushed
V("'l< are used by ihe llnssuni Paving company on Columbia street everv
It is expected the street will
ompleted in six weeks.
Montreal. May a.���There is expected
to be a regular building boom in Montreal this year. Officials of the builders exchange slates that all records
will he broken. There are now about
112,000,000 worth of new buildings under way, including operations projected by the C.  P.  R.
liming the first four months of the
year permits to the extent of $;i,r>oo,-
000 were Issued, or (1.500,000 iii excess of the corresponding period ef
last  year.
Thousands oi new flats are to he
erected throughout tin1 city.
h
White Sliver Deported.
Porl Frances. Out.. Mav R,���Jbtps
"tncent, of International Falls, who
w��b arrested at Port William on the
charge or carrying on a traffic In
girls, waR today ordered deported to
the United States. He will be taken
to Appleton, W,!s.. to answer a charge
o* abducting Lillian Newman nnd
^v,via Graham for immoral purposes.
Tbe girls will be sent to their homes
in Appleton and Ohio respectfully.
EMINENT JURIST SPEAKS
ON CANADA'S PRIVILEGES
1 ondon Mav 5.���Donald Armour.
Canadian jurist and the distinguished
surgeon's son. presided at tbe Ctui'd-i
club ftnnual dinner lust nigh*. In the
course of his speech he said thp Csna
(Hans formed a nation within the Empire realizing tbe inseparability oi
nationhood's privileges and burdens,
Thev had receive, newer to arrange
their own tariffs, yet thev had deter-
minpd to give preference to the
motherland. If, he continued, the*
claimed control of their own nsvn
. . . . .Mta'-v t'"-eos. tbev were eQUallJ
determined that there were ever
available for Empire defence Can*
-Mans he went nn, more than ever
believe that the Dominion's prosperity
depends upon her permanent connection with the motherland.
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VOTE mil MONEY FOR     DELTA BOARD OE TRADE
SUGAR FRAUDS PROBE     ANXIOUS FOR UREDG1NB
Appropriation of $50,000 Made to Con-   Part  0*  Fraser  River  in  Need  cf  At-
tinue   Investigation  and   Prosecu- tention���Resolution Drafted by
tion  of  Guilty   Parties. Delta   Body.
Washington. May a���The sundry
civil   appropriations  hill will   contain
I an item of (50,000 to enable the de-
partment  of justice to continue the
| investigation an.l prosecution of sugar
customs frauds.
Attorney General Wickersbam testified before the committee today that
i his department desired to make the
innnlry continuous.    He said the de-
; partment had   collected   as   a   result
lot' prosecutions to date about (3.600,-
000. most of which the government
had been  defrauded  in  Importations
Ibv various sugar companies.    He ex-
I pressed the belief that the frauds bad
I heen much larger than this.
The attorney general said the government had recovered from the American Sugar Refining company, (2,130,-
000. from the Arhurkles. (695,000, and
from the National Sugar Refining
company, .CO-l.OOO.
Man Killed At Moos* Jpw.
Moose Jaw, May f..���A shocking accident occurred early this morning on
the tracks opposite the denot in wh^'i
James Baddy, a car cleaner, lost his
life. An engine and two baggage cars
nassed over the victim's body, severing both legs,
Circles Cathedral Snire.
P.erlin.  May   "..���Weino-iers   a  German  aviator,  twice  circle 1   the  spire
of  Strassburg   cathedral   today   at   a
height of 600 feet.
MARY    KEARY.
Winsome  'ittle maiden who ascends   the   May   Day  throne this   afternoon,
succeeding Helen Hale as graceful   ruler of Young  Westminster.
���Photo by S. J. Ritchie.
avenue and along the av. nue to the
park.
Sid Croll, in full Highland regalia,
will marshal the procession and Chief
Watson will he somewhere around in
case of accident.
Up to late hist night the order of
(he parade had not heen definitely
arranged, bui it is probable that an
advance guard of hoys on ponies will
he thc first contingent. The carriage with the May Queen the ex-
Mav Queen, the maids or honor and
the ladies in waiting will be drawn by
four white horses.
In the procession there will be 120
bovs from Vancouver, Baden-Powell
Boy Scouts  and  two  different  boys'
a seat to he envied hy the mightiest
monarch.
ln addition to tlie central pole four
smaller poles have been erected
around the luge ones and more children will take part in the May Day
dance this year than have ever done
I so before.
I While particular attention has of
course been paid to the welfare of the
May Queen and ber companions, the
'great mass of youthful subjects has
not heen overlooked and arrangements
have been made for their entertainment on a scale hitherto not attempted. Games, candies, sports, races,
automobile rides and almost every
means of having a good time will be
ready for the use of the children.
German In-imigrants Corr.inn.
M_nt'-e-'�� Mav r. ��� The stealer
Prlnz Adalbert, of the Panada line
sailed from Hamburg, Bremen and
and Rotterdam for Montreal on Tuesday with 1T>0 third class passengers.
Taft's Golden Oonortunitv.
London, Mav 5.���The Times says
President Taft. possibly sees in the
movement toward reclnroelty with
Canada a golden opportunity for reconstructing the republican fiscil nro
gram, and re-establishing the party's
prestige In the west.
In the preamble of a resolution
adopted by the Delta board of trade
there are some interesting comments
on the condition of the Praser river
channel. The resolution shows that
good work has heen done by thp
King Edward dredge during the past
year and urges the dredging of certain parts of the river which are now-
filling up or in danger of filling up.
The resolution will probably be presented to Resident Dominion Government Engineer Keefer for his consideration.
The following is the resolution in
full:
"Having examined the channels or
,the lower Fraser adjacent to Ladner
and Westham island an I taken various)
soundings, we beg to report that although the work done by the King
Edward dredge last season has remained permanent for tlie most part.
still there are three places in particular thai need immediate attention
"FlrBt, The mouth of the slough at
upper end of the public wharf, L-utner,..
should be dredged out as the silt from
the B. C. Electric enclosure his fil-
teied out and litis tilled tho channel
so that fro'ght boats are unable to
turn around except when the water.-
Is high, the tide, being in.
"Second. A sandbar is fortolng opposite tlie Delta sawmill which is a
menace to tugboats and freighters and
should he removed.
Third. That the. bar now fovmins.
fast at the wr-s"e--n side of AVood-
wards slough in the main channel
opposite Albertsons wharf, be rounded
off or cut through as it is dangerous;
to vessels going up the river and wilP
be especially so if not removed before the spring freshet, when much
more earth will gather thereabouts.
"In view of these facts the Delta
Board of Trade urges that a dredge
be sent down as soon as possible to
remove the obstacle as set fortl��
above nnd would especially reiuest
that this matter be given att^ntlom
before the freshet comes down.
"W.   JOHN  T.AWIXG-
"S. W. FISHER."
Pensioners Dying Fast.
Washington. D.C., May 5.���In teBS
than fifteen minutes time the senate
today considered and passed tho pension appropriation bill carrying about
$lfi5,000.000. Senator Scott, who was
in charge of the bill, stated that henceforth there would be a rapid falling off
in the amount required for the payment of pensions. He said that 31,000
pensioners had died last year.
Manitoba Phone Rates to Dro7.
Winnipeg.  May  5.���F. C.  Paterson-,,
chairman of the  Manitoba Telephone.
commission  announced  this   mornins
that on July 1 the rural rates for telephones   around   Winnipeg   would   be-
changed  from  (50.  the present  rate.
to $10 a year, the same as in olhcr
' portions of the province.
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,  MAY 6,  1910.
OassiGed Mvertiseifients
WANTED.
WANTED���GIRL '10 ASSIST IN
general housework. Apply 703 Agnes si ret ���
WANTED���A   THIRD   CLASS
���ear for sawmill.    Unmarried  man
im ferred.    Apply  D.  B.  Ha I, Chi]
Uwack, B. i
LOST.
LOST���THURSDAY    NIGHT,    CUFF I
v. Ith Ma onlc bar cuff link,    Finder
please return to News Office.
LOST    SQUARE GOLD LOCKET EN-)
��� ���    ed  !���'. S, A., containing photos.
Cinder will be rewarded  when  re-
t    ned   to   F    S.   Allen,    Win I
hotel.
Some   Good    Opportunities
WAITRESS W -'.X i'i--1   \''   Tl
inter   hotel.     Apply   :.'   "lice
IE PRE
fJOVS    WANTED
Cigar Factory.
AT    THL    I'-    C.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENER '.!.
housework and plain cooking. Apply   125 Third  avenue,
WANTED ��� YOUNG NEEDLEWOM-
an ui Royal Citj Dye Works. Must
lie abb' io repair clothing.
WANTED TO RENT���GENTLEMAN
wants one or two rooms wilh private family. Not fat' from library.
Modern  house preferred.    Box '.<*'���'<,
)'<):,loll'lce.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTSI M ANA
rer c. .1. Sj lu si. 62 Powell stn et,
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompl
attention given to all orders for
ii   ie   help.    Ring   us   up,   wire  or
write  If  unable  to   \ Isll   us.
UNITED BROTHERHOOD til' AMER.
lea No. 2 meets every Tuesday evening. Cunningham's ball, sixth
street. Trustees, M. (1. Fraser, D.
McNee and VV, ll. Fraser, Vancouver.    All  visitors welcome.
ERENING & COMPANY
General   Brokcis.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
Wc Can Deliver the Proper.lea.
Rooms D nnd 6, Merchants Bank Bldg.
Corner  Columbia  ancl   Begbie Streets. ;
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank    Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
New Westminster B. C���Phone 686.   j LANGLEY���SO   acres,   the    N.    i,   of
s. k. >, of Sec. i", Tp. l". Price
��35 ju,- acre; $1,000 cash, balance
;: ,1'n per j ear.
Our Exclusive Propi rtles Too Long t
Advei Use.
Propi t ties In���
NEW WESTMINSTER, BURNABY, SAPPERTON, LULU ISLAM). SURREY, LANGLEY, CHILLIWACK, SUMAS, VANCOUVER,
NORTH AND SOUTH VANCOUVER.
Writt
or Come and See
tlciilars.
1's  lor Par-
JWANTED���SIX TO EIGHT ROOMED
cottage; tally modern; close In;
Rood location. Wiite P. 0. BOX 176,
City.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���SURREY; TEN ACRES, J
a. ii. 13, northwest 1-4 Bectlon 19,
township 2. Price .250 per acre;
U-;; cash; balance 6, l- and if-
months. Address N. is., News Office.
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POR SALE ��� BRUNETTE MILL
boarding   house   business   for   sale.
14 rooms occupied; :: 1-2 acres pasture; chicken house, cow stable,
fruit trees,; low rent. For price.
including furniture, beds, bedding,
cooking uieiisiis. Mallaeable range,
.dishes, etc., apply 109 Columbia St.,
Sapperton.
|-*OK SALE���GOOD WORK TEAM
(2,800 lbs.). Sound. Also wagon an:!
harness (new). Apply A. N. Mac-
kay,  Burnaby Lake P. o.. ll. C.
FOR SALE -- MAGOON STRAW-
berry runners. Specially grown
from young plants. Four dollars
per thousand. L. Claude Hill, Uurnaby  Lake, P. O.
eai Estate
vs.
ortgages
i
BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
We  Can  Deliver the  Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldrp
Corner  Columbia  and   Bcghie   Streets
New Westminster B. C.���Phone 686.
CITY���Lot 2 and 3 in Blks. 6 nnd 7
S, b. i' on Seventh avenue.    Price
;;,..'.a each ;   easy  terms.
CITV���Two ' . acre lots near tram
line and stoic. 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 66  x
Price
2,400;  .350 cash, balance like rent.
7-roomed house, modern.    Price $2,200
on terms.
6 roomed    house    on     Fifth    avenue.
Price $2,400;   on  easy terms
Price
VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORpno
TION,   LTD. RA.
New Westminster Branch
Room   4,     Merchants     Bank   BujIh-
Phone   591.
.1.  A.  MOTHERWELL,  LOCA1
"9,
CITY���House and  lot on  Ll,-. ,'^'r-
near    Thli .1    a\ enue;    I ,i ],   .'���
Price   $1,400;   $400   ca h i  !
easy.
CITY���House and Lot on CornwahTT"
ii rooms;  modei n in n ei -. i
line orchard and ou1 housi
$4, ;    I ::   cash,   balam,    ,.    , , ''
is months, ' >
BURNABY SNAP ��� 3 3-4 acres In
D. l. 136, Price $2,000; terms,
$1,000 cash, balance 6, 12 and IS
months.
LANGLEY���160 acres, S. W. I . of Sec.
16, Tp. 10, 2,000,000 feel of good
lir. No timber lease, A number of
small   mills  in   the  vicinity.     Price
$45
and
per  acie;
2 years.
l-;i   cash
ii, balanci
l
FOR SALE ��� SPEED LAUNCH
"Vile." 33 feet long, 4 feet 6 inches
beam; fully equipped with 16 H. P.
four-cylinder "Cowie" engine, together with dynamo. In first class
working order. Speed 14 miles per
liour. To be seen nt our docks,
Front street. Tlie Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
FOR SALE ��� WHITE LEGHORN
eggs; sin. le comb; good strain: flve
cents each. Samuel Wilkinson.
Sixth street. East Uurnaby.
FOR SALE���POUR ROOMED COT-
tage; lol 50x132 cleared, fenced;
one block east of Twelfth Street
car. Price $1,400, terms. Apply,
Owner, 1024 Tenth Avenue.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LET���ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN
hlock in suites of two for light
housekeeping. All steam boated;
with hot and cold water, gas range
and electric light. Tefms moderate.
Apply A. 11. Ferguson, Room 9, second   floor. tf
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 them;
buy when no one wants them."
They have figured out that they
have done pretty well by real
estate and are now buying
mortgages. They say that seven
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster Phone F007
Acreage   and   half   acres;   near   Hani.
HARRISON     HOT    SPRINGS ��� 160
acres on Harrison river -1. miles
from lioti l: over '.mile of water
front; 2,000,000 feet of lir timber;
20 acres under cultivation, Price
$27.50 per acie;  easy lerms.
Kasy tenii*
South Westminster.
Five  and   two acre   blocks  and    CUl
oil's.    Easy terms.
35 City Lots. Scot: Road station.
$150, third cash, balance 6, 12, and
is months,
LANGLEY ��� 119 acres; 45 acres
cleared and under crop; 200 fruit
tues bearing; house and other
buildings, Price $45 per acre; 1-3
cash, balance to arrange.
15 Acre farm; well stocked and in
good cultivation; with furniture
and equipment.    Easy terms.
120   Acres:   $200  per  acre;   close  In.
Good terms.
15   Acres;   all   under   ciop;   (i   cows,
horses and equipment; $5000; $2000
cash, remainder on terms.
SURREY���Best buy In Surrey.. 160
acres one mile from tram line and
Great Northern Ry, Trice $57.50
per acre:   easy terms.
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
for oiQe or two indies, close to car.
615 Hamilton street, city.
tTO RENT ��� COMFORTABLY FUR-
nished bedroom. Apply 713 Trew
street,  city.
FOR  RENT.
jPOR RENT JUNE 1���FULLY MOD-
ern cottage, 513 Blackford street,
$25 per month. W. C. Curtis, 507
Third avenue.
such high class, gilt edged security���in fact there is no security better than a mortgage
on improved real estate which
has withstood all the scrutiny
given morgages which passes
through our hands. They feel
that with such mortgages
they can sleep pretty comfortably���no anxiety as to a possible drop in value.
If real estate has done well
for you, or if you are for any
reason looking for tlie greatest security in investment, it
will pay you to sec us and
talk over the matter. Our
knowledge is at your disposal
without charge. Years of experience and study of financial
matters of all kinds fit us to
speak with some degree of au-
thoritv.
132 Feet on Columbia street, New
Westminster; excellent view; double corner, with residence.
Two excellent lots; North Vancouver;
double corner; $100 cash, balance to
suit.
40 ft. Waterfront ;three minutes from
the bridge;  ?">0 per foot.
APPLY���
A.   G.   MARSHALL,
Real  Estate Office. Phone F. 507
South Westminster.
COQUITLAM���Have a buyer for acre
ace anywhere along the Canadian
Pacific railway beginning al See.
I'll to Sec. S.
WILSON,   COOK   &   CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
y-roonied   house;    all   modern.
$3,600; easy torn s.
12-roomed modern house in on,- o!
the finest locations In the city. Mus;
be sold within (Ive days. Price only
$3,200; on terms. See us about ths
at  once.
SAPPERTON
3-roomed house on lot 66 x 132; close
to car. I'i Ice $1,400; $350 cash,
balance ti, 12 and is months,
7-rooivcd modern house, half a block
from car. Price $2,200; $500, balance monthly.
Wc   have   other   good   house   proposi-
lii.-.s in  Sap] erton on  easy terms. |
li v, in in- i" your advantage to bi e
us before buying eh i whei e,
CITY   LOTS
Lot  on   H-imilton   street,   s',z��  55x1C>0; |
partially cleared.    Prlc ��� $700;  $300
cash, balance arranged,
3   lots  on   Dublin   street  closr  to  cir. ,
Pri inly $1,400;  1-3 cash, balance
ii,  IU  and   is  months.	
2 lots on Edinburgh stre-t with back
entrance 100 fe< I If mi th i car.
Price $1,300 for the two; 1-3 cash,
balance arrange I. Will bi 11 separately.
Full sized lot on Hamilton street close
to Twelfth stn et; ail cleared. Price
$sr,o:    1-3   cash,   balance   ti   anl   12
months.
CITY
TY���8 room house and lot on T_T"|
Bl Hi I     between    Third    ,
Queen's avenue; Im
modem com enlences.
$1,200 cash, balance 1 i
is a  snap.
CITY���Two    new   r.-.odcrn   I,
Twelfl h Bl i eei;  cemenl i
Beautiful   lots,   mi   in   ;
fenced.   Impme aboul tin  >
on
titiil '
- ive 5.;
KENNEDY    SUBDI VIShON���r
act e  blocks Hear  I he  Sent I
II. ('. lv Ky ;  lirst clai B Boll
tn char;   near three road
are   bargains.      Price   $250
per  acie.     Terms  easy
NANAIMO   ST.���Ten   beautif.     ,
Ing   hits     . it h   hue   \ if\:   ,
\iin  and   Delta cnuntrj
these  ai e  ch ai ed.     Pi lei
t?i,nun.   Good terms.
WEST END���2 good lots at  .
and  1  at  $500.    Hood t( i
SEVENTH   AVE.���One   first   i
close to sixtli sti ci i i ai
$700.    Easy terms.
EIGHTH  AVENUE ���Few  lots at $22$
and $250 for a (<������'���   daj
balance (5,   12 and   Is   in, n. -
NEW  CUTOFF���1  acre  just  ���	
power   house   lor   $1,1	
balance 6, 12 and IK mont]
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner  Columbia   and   Begbie   Streets.
Phone 680.
Wanted for rent���Small house at once.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
*'OR RENT���FIVE ROOMED FUR-
nlshed cottage on Eighth street between Third and Fourth avenues;
-.20 per month. Apply Wilson, Cook
& Co., Northern Crown Bank Bldg.
FOR      RENT���7-ROOMED      HOUSE
near the corner of Tenth street and
Fourth avenue; $:;o per month. Wil-
eon, Cook a, Co., Northern Crown
Bank  Bldg.
VOU RENT���FOUR ROOMED HOUSE
aad 5 cleared lots suitable for gar-1,
dening,   $15   per   month.     Wilson, '
Cook & Co.    Address care .Northern
Crown  Hank Bldg.
FARM TO RENT���46 3-4 ACRES AT
Ty'richeiid. 7 miles from New Westminster, tine 7-roomed house; good
���orchard and ham; between IS and
.'20 acres under cultivation, remainder grazing land. Get particulars
from W. J.  Kerr, 614  Columbia St.
FOR RENT���HOUSE AND FOUR
Lots in Burnaby, near car line.
Five rooms and bathroom, pantry,
etc. Rents $12 per month. May
tease for six inonthe if tenant.
���suits. Apply to P. Peebles, 620 Columbia Street.
WIVEJ-ROOMED FURNISHED COT-
tags to rent on Eighth street between Third and Fourth avenues;
$20 per month. Apply Wilson &
'Cook, Northern Crown Bank building.
| Dominion Trust
���
!       Co., Ltd.
V
T.   R.   PEARSON,
Manager   N.   W.   Branch.
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RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER
WORKS.
FOR HIRE ��� AFTOMOBILE FOR
hire hy the hour, day or week. Apply to S. Fader, Dean block, corner
���1 Church and Columbia street. Telephone 712.
"YO   LET���SIX-ROOMED   COTTAGF.
Vacant  May   1.     Rent   $23.     Apply
221   Hartco   .treet,   evenings,   between   6 and  7.
Tenders for Wood Water Pipes.
Sealed Tenders, endorsed "Wood
Pipes," will be received by the undersigned, nt the Municipal Hall. Lulu
Island, up 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 7,
prox., for the supply, laying and jointing of about 72 miles of Wire Wound
Wood Stave Pipes ranging in size
from 3 to 12 Inches.
The plans and specifications may be
seen and forms of tender obtained at
the office of the engineers, Cleveland
& Cameron. 5<)t;-8 Winch Building,
Vancouver.
The lowest or any tender may not
be accepted.
C. L. BLIGHT,
April  23, 1910. C.M.C.
ASSISTANT   JANITOR    WANTED.
Wanted���Assistant   janitor   for   the
i Central    schools,   New    Westminster.
Applications received until Saturday,
May  7.
Tenders for Power House Equipment.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and marked on the
envelope "Tender for Power House
Equipment," will be received at the
(Office of the Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway, at Ottawa,
Out., until \2 o'clock noon of the 25th
day of .May, 1910, lor the equipment
neci Bsary for power house in connection with the shops east of Winnipeg,
Including water tube boilers, mechanical stokers, feed water heaters, engines, generators, air compressors,
pumps.
Plans and specifications may be seen
in the ollice of the Chief Engineer of
the Commissioners, Mr. Gordon Grant,
at Ottawa, and in the ofiice of the Dis-
trict Engineer of the Commissioners
at St.  Boniface, Manitoba.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not he 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 tho tender,
and witnessed, and be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
Dank of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the order of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway,
tor a sum equal lo ten per cent
110 p.c.) of the amount of tne tender.
Any person whose tender Is accepted shall within ten days after tlie acceptance thereof sign the contract,
specifications, and other documents required to lie signed, and in any case
of refusal or failure on tlie part of
the party whose tender is accepted lo
complete and execute the contract
with the Commissioners, the said
cheque shall be forfeited to tlie Commissioners ;is liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure, and all contract rights acquired by the acceptance of the tender shall be forfeited.
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are accepted will ho
deposited to the credit of the Receiver
General of Canada, as security for the
due and faithful performance of the
contract according to its terms.
The cheque deposited by parties
whose tenders are rejected will be
returned within ten days after tiie
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.
6   Lots   near   Orphanage;    $2,700;    '4
cash, balance 6, 12 and  IS  months.
8-Roomed   house  near   Fourth   avenue
and   Third    street;    $2,200;     terms
over :.'. years.
2     Lots,     London     street;     close    to
Twelfth street;  $r>(iu each;  terms.
Two full  sized   lots  on   Agnes  street:
all cleared ami fenced;   .:.'.' -.ich;
half cash, balance to suit.
8 full sized lots in Sapperton; splendid view. Price only $300 each;
Jaiin cash, balance to suit.
IF yOU ARE REQUIRING ANY
LOTS IN SAPPERTON, WE HAVE
THEM   RANGING   FROM   $-7r>.   AND
UP  FOR  SALE	
JOSEPH TRAVERS
REAL   ESTATE   ���   AUCTIONEER
Next  to  Todd's   Music   House
Walker   Block,  Columbia   Street.   N-w    SURREY���5-acre    block    In    Sec.
Westminster, B. C. Blk   6 N . R   2 W. at  $600 per
  VANK^OUvTe^TfINANCIAL CORPORA.
TENDERS   WANTED.
BURNABY  ��� T<~n     first    clan ::i
330   ft.   on   Third   by   140
Pew blocks from t tarn   Pi
1-:l    cash,    balance    6,    12
months.
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BURNABY   ���   Block   4,   D.   1.   77���3.
acres.    On   B,   C.   E.   Ry.
Sprott   property.     Price
acre; i-3 cash, balance i
, LANGLEY    ���    160    acres    dote   K
Great   Northern   and   P.   I
Fine  abler  bottom.     At
per acre,    Inquire about thl
1   3-8   Acres   on   tram   in   Section   30;
$1,000;  terms.
-
5
Acres
in
Section
11
,   Port
Mann
townsit
$1.
100  pi
r
acre.
Terms
for todt
ty.
Two lots close to Queen's park; splendid view; high and dry. Price
$1,750 for the two; terms. Enquire
rbout this.
Tenders   will   be   received   by   t' i
underBlgned   up  to   May   9,   1910,  at
."   p.   in.,   for   supplying   In;:
the   Fire   1 leparl ment      Specific it loi
can   lie  obtained   at   the   City   Cli
cilice.
'l'he lowest  or any  tender net   i
essarlly accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City   Hall,   April   30,   1910.
TION,
LTD.
New
Westminster Branch.
R
Dom
4.
Merchant
Phone
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591.
Bu
1 d i ng.
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A.
MOTHERWE
.1..  LOC
Al.
NOTE  0
Mrs. F. M. Domlny
We (live Careful Attentfo
to accounts of corporations, I!
Individuals, and  shall  be p'���
ip, et  oi   coi'> ipond  with  th
contemplate making changes oi
Ing new accounts.
If  vou  haven't   a  Savlngfl  A
THANKS.
proprletn   ��� of   now is the beat time to   tari
We have a client for two or more I ot.I wishes  toTkeJtWs   opSTunlty Jo   }[](> ROVll! BSllli Of CHIlSGil
on Sixtli avenue between Tenth and .thank   bei    m;-.'i>    rrtenps   tm    then /
Sixteenth streets.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner  Columbia   and   Begbie   Streets.
Phone 630.
kind   patronage  in   her  old   place  of fIncorporated 18691
business  and   .opes   i��� still   have  the   Capital   Paid Up     $5,000,000
pleasure of supplying  their wants in   Reserve      5.7O0.000
the toi, printing line in her new prem- Total Assets  	
Ises,   near   The   Dally   News  Co., 609
Victoria strcei.    Phone 69E
New Westminster,
C,  Branch,
Manager.
*^r.rs-..-3!^::i'**smis*u mM**s^r-**r^Tm*a*~ir^^^
Dated at. Ottawa, April 27, 1910.
Newspapers Inserting this advertisement without, authority from the
Commissioners will not. ho paid for It.
The local agency of the Oliver Type-
���TOR RENT���SIX-ROOM MODERN
House. Sapperton. $1ii per month, P.
\j. Secord, 450 Columbia St., Sapperton.     Near   car   terminus.     Plione
msb.
Six Lots en bloc, situated
between 8th and 10th avenues
close to Cumberland street, on
the highest point  in the city.
Price $1650 for the bunch.
Only $600 cash required, balance easy	
National Finance Co., Ltd
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
PHONE 515        CURTIS BLOCK       657 COLUMBIA ST FRIDAY,  MAY 6, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACK TIIKKE.
Dinnerware
Fancy China
Toiletware
Five Crates Just
Opened and Placed
in Stock
Y'S
665-..Columbia Street���-665
WATcR NOTICE
Not[ce Is iii i sb;  ��� -\ en thai --ii appll
".atlon will i e iii-i,i,- under Pari  v. of
the "Water Act, l.< ".���'   to obtain a license in tho South Westminster Dl\ I-
sion of New Westminster I dsi. let,
(a) The name, addii bs and occupation of the appllcanl: J. 03. M urphj.
occupation, dairying ami farming.
11, i The name of i lie lake, : 11 earn
or source (If unnami d, the de ici Ip
ii ui isi: Spring on Lot 11. Block 2,
Subdivision oi Lol  30,
(c) The poinl oi diversion: At the
sluing.
nil    'lhe quantity of water applli
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER
WORKS.
New Westminster, B. C.
TJX=23iraCT^<',sa:s:raK
.riBtraj
A.
.,<,������.��������������������������������*���.
X
SPECK'S
for  i in cubic fi el per second i;  One-
elghth  cubic  foot.
le i Th.- Chai tn ter of 1 he I I o; ���- I
works; Tank al spring, | i|. li om
tank   io   duellings.
I r 1 The :>m POSI I lor Wllich the
water    is    to      he       II. oil :        |iv, elllll]   ',
dairying ami Btock.
Ik ) This notice was posted on the
30th day of April, 1910, i ml application win he made to ihe commissioner
mi the 31sl d iy of May, 1010,
111 Give the names and addrei ses
of any rlpai Ian propi letors or licensees who or whose lands are likely
io in- affecte l by i ." proposed woi ks,
either above or b -low ihe outlet:
None. ,1. i:. MURPHY.
Ne .  VVestmlnster,
Tenders  for   Valves.
Se 1- il 'i enders, cm1 : "V I i b
Will    he    I e      Ive I    by    Cl''    lltldel :.iglied
ai ihe Municipal Hall, Lulu Island, up i
io B p.in. Saturday, May V. prox., tor
the sup] l;.   of sluice, air an I     c iui
valve ���
Tb - ��� peclflcal Ions may he 11 en and
[on     oi ti ndi t obtalne I .-o the i fflce
;   the i tr it,i ei b,  cl, veland  &   Cam-
i  i I .,  Winch  Bul] 'ing. Vancou
ver, B, C.
'i i e  low e .1   or  tit:;,   t ,!'���;   may  not
he aci epted.
('. I,   B! 1GHT,
April  23,  1010. C.M.C.
ILLINOIS WOMEN WILL
i'A.
Suffragists Plan to Tour State in Automobiles,  Invading   tvsyy   H-irr.lct
Prior to September Primaries.
KINDS
.AND  ACTS.
SPFX1ALS I
New
and    Second Hand    Furniture   Bought   and   Sold
Agents   for    Dayncs'    Carriages
I   and   Capital   Milk   Separators
[   Second Hand     Bicycles    from
.',0   to   $25.00
GENERAL   REPAIRING
Front Sheet
Phone
275
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CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Tenders  Wanted.
Tenders wlll he received by the un-
('.   I I I:  lie,|     ,,-,    lo    .May     tfijl d.    In  .-., ,    al
6 p, in., im twenty-five I - t u ns
i:_ io lbs.) ot 6-inch und i Ix lt>) tons
ol i i..' .. Cu I li on \\ ater pipes, 9-10
inch in thickness. Also two i-i
6x4 Inch T's.
Plpi s must he ft ee fiom fiaws,
cracks or other delects, and an even
thickness of metal throughout, cast
vertically, and covered wltb Dr. Angus Smith's or other approved solution. Pipes to have tie- standard
si/e spigots and sockets,
Tendi ts :���' be mai ked "Tenders for
Water Pipes." Tin- lowest or any tender not neci ssai ily accepted,
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, Apiil 2G, 1910.
New Westi-nister  Lr.nd  District,
District   of   N::w   Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLennan, of   Vanco iver.   Hi It it  i  Coin
occupation  contiactor, In   nd    to apply   for   permission   to   purchase   ihe
follow Ing di bci ibed lands:
Commencing al  a  poi t   planted  ; I
the BOUtheasI  poinl  of the island situate aiioui  four 111 chains from 'lit
bei  limit  No, 3 ���',.'.::, thence i orthei ly
and westerly and southerly and ea
erly   around   the  shore  al  low  tide
to place of commence nt, containing
foui   acri      ;��� ore  or  It bs,
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.
J. !���'. BAGGS, Agent.
March 17   1910.
LAND   ACT.
[ineral Waters
Aerated Waters
a
Manufactured  b/
HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   D.   C.
telephone 13. Office. Eighth St.
rl
191-2 Acres at Tlmberland
���onting Yale road. $3500
.   balance  to   arrange.
lire ai
S. O. PAULSEN'
Timberland P. O.
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER
WORKS.
Tenders for Cist Iron Pipes nnd Spec-
lal   Castings.
Si   l d    '!'< ndei s,    endoi a id
Iron   PI] es," will  b    rei   Ived  by the
���  - i .tie i   nt   thi    M  nlcipal   li I ,
.  : laa I,  up  to 5 j ,m.  i n  Sat tr-
Maj   1, prox.. fo    tli    suppl    if
of I i       '    :      '    ; ���! in ��� .
cat t   it on   \. ati r   i Ipi s,  and  about   C
ecial i       t.   i.
be s '-n an 1
: ed al
of the engineers   Clevi Cam-
-    '.     ch  Bu .
ver. D   C.
",   e low est  or any t- nder mi y tt it
-  iti d.
C. L. BLIGHT,
CMC.
New   Westminster   Lind   District.
District of New Westminster.
Take nol Ice thai Jamc i Bateman,
cf Vancom ei. B, C, occupation, ston -
cutti r, Intends I i app y for permission
to pui e the toll c.\ Ing d set Ibed
lands:
Comn enclng ai a post planted at
the Boutheai l poinl of a small Island
lying ahout it' chains n irth of Nt Ison
i land; thence northerly, westerly.
southerlj and easterly, along the
to the place of commencement;
i ontalnlng C aci e i more or less.
JAMES  BATEMAN,
Applicant,
JOHN F. BAGGS,
April   20,  1910. Agent.
1 i ii ngo, May  5.    i lands of  v omi u
igists ton ing ' lie state In automobiles will descend upon e\  rj i I   .
\ lllage   and   h iti.lei    in   il Inois
betote the legli latlve pi Imai le i in-xi
ber ln a n  effoi l   to  maki   the \
ti i i "voti a for women ' b li a l-
I i        ie In the campaign,
At a meeting of t j.- - e: < cul I ve i   tn
mittee of the Illinois Equal  Suffi  ���
iation today details of the pi a
"  taken   up nnd  ai rangemeni s I
foi   organlzln ; hands of wot kers and !
obtaining automobih a will be made.
Every   woman   who  has  over   Indicated  sympathy   with  the  movementi
tit: I   v. ho  is  fori unale enough   to  pos-
in automobile ��111 be called upon
'    :lve her machine to the work.
. peaking of i he plans of t he as ocla-
'.hs.  Catherine  Waught   McCul-
! lo th, lawyer and jusi Ice of the peace
in ICvanston and a It ader In the equal
suffrai e  vement, said:
"We plan now to have flve women
In each pai ty; first, a matron as chap.
then  a  colic"!   girl,  a  working
girl, a : Ingi r to draw the crowd, and
a  woman lawyer.    We  will  go  Into
a town, get a  permll  to Bpeak from
,  the mayor, and hold meetings In t wo
. or three different places and present
our cause to t he voters."
Done At-
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HOKSE
SHOEING
WOOD   WORK,  AND
I REPAIRING   OF   ALL
VICTOR   A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room   0,  Guichon  Building.
Phone  681
Benson & McMeriemy I
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625 Columbia  Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. C.
And   at   336   Hastings   St..   W.
Vancouver, B. C.     Phone 3S50
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JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates
of
Given   on   Any   Kind
Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   383
Cloverdale
E.
M.Carncross&Co
Real Estate
Insurance, Loans. Conveyancing
'. itai les Public
Surrey Farm Lands a Specialty
Local Agents:
Cloverdale  Improvement Co.,
Ltd., and P. J. Hart&Co.,Ud.
Cloverdale, B. C.    L. I). Pbone.
AMERICAN   COOKING   LIKED
BY   CHINESE   AKMY   CHIEF
LAND   ACT.
New   Wr.strrinster   Land   District.
District of Ne-.v Westmins'.er.
Tt I e   notice    that    Simon    Henry
New York, May -i.���His imperial
highness,   Prince  Tsai Tao,   head  of
t ���ii'Miil staff of the Chinese army,
and himself just ii years old, who is
visiting America in quest of Information for the upbuilding of China's
army, has learned to like American
cooking,
"Ah, your food! IL is better than
oui 5," bo said to one of his New York
i i -ses. "Tlie lettuce salad I find
particularly pleai Ing, honoi ed lady."
'i he prince regards his visit to Wi si   ami***
Poinl yesl srda;   ; s ' . ��� in    ��� in i-om mi   [%l'v��l
ent of liis Ann-! i. .-a t: iii. t ��� -.   *��?
The  facl
B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers in  All  Kinds of
LUMEBR.  LATH, SHINGLES.  SASH.   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED   WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Erar.ch
Telephone   12                         New Westminster
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Clowes of  Vancouver,  B.  C, occupa- event or "
���i      i uil Iin ; Inspector, Intends t i ap- :" ':  member ol   his staff.
ply I     ;��� rmission I i purchase the fol- tha< the prince took i    n    nol *
��� ,.   .     , ,..,;-. a  | n(j| ; arj ai.,.:.-.... . was 11 mn    iti d on
Co ng at a posi   planted  nt l,v niembers of his party, who said it
I a  post   	
the   . ':   i   Int of a small Island lying
i i cl annel bet   een Granite ish,mi and
Island   t' ,        not       ly, wi
e ;    i ��� I -    terly, ab ;.
shore to tbe place of commencement;
April  23,  1910,
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Ap
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:isn$i
10 a ���    :  less.
IN HENRY CLO
AppUc: nt.
p, r JOHN  F.  BAGGS,
1910.
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ABOUT 100 FEET ON   NORTH   ARM
CITY   LIMITS    IN THE  WEST   END
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FRASER   INSIDE
\*P
was the III Bl time on his i mr thai he
had dom b tch t. i liing, 1 hi sui ���-. stlon
was made thai I In i have In
��� the estal lishmi nl In Cl Ina of a
:   :i       .    , .  :.:. .,.,-   . initlar   to   that
Wi st Poi]   . I
'1 he pi     ��� '    program tor! iy, v. [rich
includi Chailes   Mi
i ii and  A'.i.lie.v  CaVnej le,  gav^  i
rise to t    report thai planned to  '
oi    tal    business
wilh the two millionaiies.   It ���������.  s .   , I
the prince ls     itho
eral  n llllo i   dollars'   w      i
of milil i.    '    -ip-,ie.it and th ive
of this mom y is to come to Amei le l.
No i . >' c i il I be i ttind in the princi 's
retinue  who  would  either  affirm  or'
deny the u port. j
;~���-ta?''".
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Eturr.e,   B. G.
!       FLOUR
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IMPERIAL	
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL
TERMINAL	
HINDOO  FLOUR   . .   .
. . . $7 per
.$15.75 per
$5.2j per
bbl.
Bbl.
Bbl.
McGu
I        FRCNT
i*rne & to.
STREET. New
FLOT'R AN!
.$4.50 per Bbl-
) FEED MERCHANTS
��
Wcttminster
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Telephone
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Ye Buyers
Tor Langley and Abbotsford property.
lowest   prices���owners   only���   lo
Send   full   particulars  and    J
tinny
$2E5eOO
OK   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 Ea
.200   CASH.   BALANCE 6 AND  12 MONTHS.
LOS ANGELES CHILDREN
SUFFER   FROM   PIE   HABIT
Los Angeles. May 5.���That the pleating habit is ruining the stomachs
f the scliool children of Los Angeles
is the report made by the school luucii
committee of the civic association. Tne
committee admits it lias failed to induce pupils to give up pie as the sole
noonday lunch.
An effort v>i'l be made to diminish
the trade of pie venders by establishing more penny kitchens In the poorer
school disti lets.
Wis
REAL
ESTATE   AND   MINING   BROKERS
Room'3, Old Safe Block, 536 Hastings   Gt.
Phone   6730
Gt.,   West,   Vancouver,   B.   C.
..���iki-Mrf"
Kleidie Light surpasses the Coal Oil |
Ltniih and Gas.   Costs less und gives
> trouble.   Si e us about the lighting
bi '���' a bouse or store. "*
i Sixth St. Phone 301
442 Westminster Jive, Vanceuver, B. C.
/ ���
PRINCETON STUDENTS
EARN  MUCH  TUTORING
Princeton, N. J��� May 5.���That a number  of  men   have  worked  their   way
through Princeton by tutoring and that
the total sum earned hy them tor ono
year was $14,000 was made known yes
terday in a report issued by tbe Prince
ton Tutors' association,
i    This  is   an   organization  of   under*
graduates.   Tutors get them from $1 to
��2  an  hour  and some  of them  have
made }16 a day and cleared $1,0UU a
year.
	
GIVE MILLIONS TO CARE
FOR  TEETH   OF   PUBLIC
GOOD     FRIEND     ALWAYS
If you deposil your money for
safety In The Hank of Toronto
it will be safe while you leave
It, and ready when you need It,
and  lt  will  be
Aim
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earning for you three per cent,
interest. Small or large sums
maj  be deposited at uny time.
HARRY  TIDY,  Manager.
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CAPITAL    $4,000,000
REST    4,750,000
NEW
WESTMINSTER,    E
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J. Oracey, Mgr.
I RICE   &   VARLEY
I PRESENT
[        The most laughable of all musical comedies
[The Gingerbread
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t AH the Original Star Cast
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tS^^SaleatTlDrS FLORIST STORE
* Plan opens on Friday, May b.
London. May 6.���An anonymous
British philanthropist wu . a long bank
balance is worried over defective
molars of the middle classes of bis
native land. So lit- has sent In $6,000,-
000 to the British Dental association
to establish first-class dental hospitals
tip and down the country.
This ardent Sympathizer   with   the
nerve-racked sufferers from toothache
remains   in  obscurity     but  gets    his
views explained by  the  secretary  of
the association.    At present, he says,
only   the   rich   and   very   poor   have
'their teeth properly looked after. The
rich  pay  big  fees to  expert   jaw   repairers;  the poor go to hospitals nnd
are lixed  up efficiently for nothing.
^      "But  those  who  belong   to   social
��� 1 grimes   between these   two   extremes
are worst off in all our nation.    Tney
are  tlie  prey  of  the  quack  and  the
tooth destroyer.   They can't afford the
expert fees and they can't go to the
free dental hospital,   Hardl-y anybody
Is free from tooth trouble in this conn.
try.    I  calculate there  are  30,000,060
patients who could be included in the
class 1 \vant to reach.
So I am having about 500  dental
Lots at $150 Eack
We have for sale a block of large lets
situated in the very best part of South
Westminster. Will be sold en bloc at
the low price of $150 each. This is
$100 a lot below anything in the vicinity. Terms, one-third cash; balance,
G, 12 and 18 months.
Lots on 2nd Street
Between 8th and 10th Avenues
Prices from $250 to $375
There is absolutely nothing cheaper to
be got in city property.   This is a good
chance.   Get in now.
:BO   1   am   n"""h   " 
! hospitals . stahllshe.l up and down the
I'countrv which not only wlll treat the
��� .       r     ..:��..... nr  rrtnAarota fees hut
CUMULI J       ., ...~..    ..
j.i.teeth of patients at moderate fees but
J ' will educate the people   by    personal
a   visits, lectures  and   literature   in   the
���  proper   care "of  the    mouth.     Unless
something is done  sickness, especially
indigestion, will increase enormously
nnd in time we shall become a tooth*
leas people."
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T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
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THE DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAY,   MAY 6,   i9;n
The DEtiy News;pR01BT AGAINST    .    !
JEFF-JOHNSON KM
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Publish, tl hy Tne Dally .News PubllSb.
tns Company, Limited, at their offic< s
���Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
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EDMONDS,      EDMONDS
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FRIDAY,   MAY G,   1910.
Big   Procession   to   Tramp
Through Camp of  Fight!
Enthusiasts Singing-.
Water System to Be Coinp'eted by 31st July.
A BEAUTIFUL HOMESITE -��1,500
1  Acre;   Good Soil;  3 Ways by Car;   5c  Fare;  Panoramic View Splen
did Terms.
EARL   GRF-Y'S   FAREWELL.
The    official    farewell     which     Karl
Grey took of the members of the Dominion Parliament, upon the prorogation on Wednesday, will remind the
people of Canada thai they are ahout
to lose from among them one who
lias proved himself to be a very able
representative of His Majesty the
King. Not only has Karl drey been
;.i wise and mosl capable Governor
General, being active and painstaking
in   all   that   has   concerned   the   wel-
N'ew York, .May 6.���Under the leadership of Kev. John Wesley Hill, of
the Metropolitan temple, an evangelical campaign has been planned as a
protesl against the Jeftrh s-Johnson
tight on July -l.
An effort is to he made to enlist the
co-operation of a number of religious
organizations in a demonstration on
the same lines as the procession led
through the Chicago tenderloin by
Gypsy Smith.
The present plans are for a nroces-
'slon of 10,000, wllich will pass through
the camp of the fight enthusiasts sing-
In. hymns and gathering recruits for
gospel services and revivial  meetings
.during Sunday duly :',, and tlie day of
.the   light.
Patterson  Co'y
C57   Columbia   St. Pho,le   693
Evenings   at   Edmonds���Phone   F   208
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fare of the Dominion, hut he has given
il peculiar distinction to th,1 role
which l.e has keen required to till.
Whilst he litis worthily followed in
ihe footsteps of his distinguished predecessors and has well maintained the
"dignity of his greal position, lie has
not been content to he a mere ornament of lhe State, ;tnd has done sonic- j
thing more than simply fulfil the tra-,
ditions of his high ollice.
An instance of his real concern  in
thc affairs of the people was furnished
by the steps taken by llis Excellency,
-when  in   this   city  last   year,  to   en- ���
deavor to secure some improvement in I
the conditions under which prisoners !
are  detained  In  the  provincial   gaol,
more particularly with regard to the,
Jierding of prisoners on remand along
���with   those   convicted  and  sentenced
to terms of imprisonment.
In the warm interest which the retiring Governor General has taken in
the social  and domestic concerns  of
the Canadian people he has been most
assiduously    seconded    by    Countess
'Grey,   whose   graceful   presence   and
homely   sympathy  lias   endeared   her
to all.   It was no mere string of formal   words   in  which   His   Excellency
"expressed his feelings when he said:
""Neither distance nor time will ever
efface  from our  hearts  the  recollections of the many kindnesses we have
received,  the  pleasures  we  lmve  enjoyed, our deep affection for our Canadian  home,  for the interest we shall
ever continue to feel in the future and
fortune,   not   only   of  our   many   personal   friends,   but.    of    the    country
.and people whom we have learned to
love  so   well,",  hut  the   voicing  of   a
���sentiment thnt had the truth of heart
about  it.    The pain of the severance
���will  certainly  be  no less  keenly felt
by the Canadian people.
Awful Disaster in
Alabama Mine
(Continued from Page 1.)
overcome by Are damp and had to he
carried out.
.1. .1. Hut ledge, a government expert,
was among the first, to enter. After
working bis way 1,400 feet down tlie
slope he found the second right entry caved in.
James Gousby, a mail  carrier, was j
caught   by  the  explosion   thirty   feet]
from tho mouth of the slope and his
body   was   hurled   Into   the   Warrior
river.
All   Believed   Dead.
It is judged from tbe force of the
explosion that none of the men in
the interior are alive.
Hundreds of women and children
were around the mine wringing their
bands and crying pltcotisly tonight.
The Palos mines have been working for a number of years and the entries were extensive. The only hope
that some of the men have escaped is
the possibility that they were ln parts
of the mine far enough way from the
explosion to have missed Its main
force.
I    Officers  of  the  compnny  had   cliffi-
I culty in keeping some of tlie women
from   throwing   themselves   into   the
shaft.    Some of  the  women   insisted
! upon   joining   the   first   rescue   party.
i They   were   refused.     Finally   a   rope
! was ".trenched   around   tbe   shaft   to
keep the frantic women back.
QUEEN  O' MAY.
HONORING   PEARY.
It is pleasing to see that so warm
and generous a reception has been
���accorded to Commander Robert Peary
in the heart of the Empire for his
discovery of the North Pole. That
this welcome Is no more than is duo
to the hardy, persevering explorer
surely no one but Dr. Cook will question or deny. A peculiarly interesting
feature connected with Commander
Pearv's reception by and bis address
"to tbe Royal Geographical Society
���was the presence of such veteran
Arctic explorers as Admiral Sir Louis
Beaumont and Sir George Nares, two
among the men who have, as the guest
of the evening generously expressed
"it. "for centuries made such splendid
efforts to reach the Pole and paved
the way for thos" coming afterwards."
Another circumstance of note connected with this interesting occasion
���was that whilst a body of such eminence and authority as the Royal Geographical Society has admitted
Peary's claim without reservation, and
���welcomed him as the only man who
lias led a party to the Pole, the official heads of the government of bis
native country have refused to acknowledge his right to such an honor.
Here is a stronge modern instance of
���xhe truth of the ancient proverb, "A
- prophet is not without honor save in
llis own country."
Today we crown the May Day queen.
We place the scepter in her hand:
The fairest sovereign  ever seen
Today assumes her brief command,
And all the children homage pay
To   Mary   Keary,   Queen  O'   May.
Today the coronation throng
Will  pack  the audience chamber
green.
And raise the joyous May Day Song
When she is crowned    the    May
Day queen,
And to the blue approving skies
The cheers  of  youthful   subjects
rise.
Today the knights, the soldiers bold
Will guard the ladles of the court,
Who dance the May Pole dance of old,
And find the merry day too short;
And over all the power shall sway
Of  Mary  Keary, Queen   O'   .May.
Discrimination Charged.
Halifax, May 5.���The industrial commission is investigating the charge
that tho Dominion Atlantic railway is
discriminating against the Canadian
Brotherhood of Railway Employees.
Telephone Girls Protest.
London, May 5.���The telephone
girls ln London are protesting at
the high pressure under which they
work. In one day forty girls out of
a staff of 100 at the Central exchange
were ill.
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER
WORKS.
DIED.
POINODESTRE���ON MAV 5. 1010. IN
this city,  Mary Selina Poingdestre,
aged  five  years eight  months.
Funeral takes place at two p. m.
Saturday from tbe family residence,
"SO Albert crescent, to Church of England cemetery.
Tenders for Steel  Pipes.
Sealed Tenders, endorsed "Steel
Pipes," will be received by the undersigned nt the Municipal Hall. Lulu
Island, up to ,r> p.m. on Saturday May
7, prox., for the supply of about 2 1-2
miles of lap welded 12-inch steel water
pipe.
The specifications may be seen and
forms of tender obtained at the office
of the engineers, Cleveland & Cameron, 500-S, Winch Building, Vancouver, n. c.
The lowest or any tender may not
be  accepted.
C L   BLIGHT,
April  23, 1310. C.M.C.
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Applications will be received by the
undersigned up to May lfi, at 5 p. m.,
for the position of City Treasurer.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, April 26, 1910.
NOTICE !
-On Saturday, May 7, 1010, 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
E P. "M. on Friday, May (1. ^
Boat will leave B. C. E. R. wharf on  Saturday at  7:15 A.  M.  sharp:
Willi  F. .1.  Hart & Co.'s excursion to Chilliwack, returning same day
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Vancouver  Daily   Province
New Westminster Agency
The New Westminster Agency of the
Daily Province will in future be under the
management of C. A. Sutherland, late of
staff of the Daily Columbian, New Westminster. Temporary offices have been
secured in the quarters occupied by the
National Finance Company in the Curtis
Block, 657 Columbia Street.
All business of the Vancouver Daily
Province, Subscriptions, Advertising, and
News, or of a general nature, will be handled by Mr. Sutherland, A. W. McLeod,
finding that his other affairs require his
undivided attention, and withdrawing
May 1, 1910.
An Extraordincm
The Vancouver  Daily   Province    | At $2.50
NEW WESTMINSTER
BRANCH   $  $   &
Phone716
Ter For
May Day Shoppers
You Will Do   Well to Investigate
This
Children's Dresses and Coats
for $1.25
An  Immense assortment of smart  Utile dresses ami  coals In  ii:-,  ..
Ing  variety.    This  is  a  May  Day special   a festival of barga
Ing    In    Children's    Wear���values  that   wiil   astonish   you,   nol
gOOds at  low prices, hut  . imm| j;, oils  at   tempting   prices.     See  ,
(low showing today.    Then come  in  and   inspect  our  full  stock
offer Includes a large quantity of travellers' samples in silk, pi .
linen  and  lawn;   sizes  varying   from  I'  months to  Id  years.     Regl*
values ranging from .2.25 to $3.60 fur      $���;
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We have several good buys in City and Suburban
Homes, lf you ARE TIRED OF PAYING RENT call
and see us.
For a short time we can deliver the following fine
residence in the Hast End, containing eight rooms,
bathroom and closets, large basement, furnace heated
and electric light. Nice lawn and garden, with chicken
house  and   wired run.
An excellent unobstructed view is obtained
from this home.
Price, $3,200
$700 Cash handles it, balance easy
Miller and Jewhurst
Children's White Dresses anil
Coats in silk, pique, linen ami
lawn, embroidery ami lace trimmed In a wide variety of dainty
styles,   for      $2.50
May Day
Ribbons, 15c yd.
Value lu Ribbon you can't equal;
you'll need some tor Friday, bo
, buy it here and Bai e mem y.
Almost every shade you are
likely to require, full four laches
wide, lino quality Taffeta. Special       15c  yard
Children's
Sunshades 35c
Dainty styles In Sunshades for
the little ones, plain colors, fancy muslin, and striped cotton
Parasols in great variety at 36c,
50c   and    75c
Misses' Dresses
at $4.75
in Cotton Panamas, natui
or   and   blue,   smartly   tril
with   tan  and hrown,  plpl
and    buttons,    princess
with   pleated   sklit,   all   ml
sizes  ut      $4.75
Misses*
Chambray
Dresses
in   all   Bhades   and   blai l.
b bite check, princess ami
riTc, i in one piece di essi
tractive     checks     and
plaids;     full    range    of    Bl ea
Prom    $8.7S
Ladies
Sunshades
In a splendid collection of tlttf.
ed and bordered effects, plain
colors ln moire, silk, white embroidered linen, plain taffeta.
and  mercerized  cotton.    From
Jl    to         $4.00
Room  7,  Thompson   Block
Phone   669���New  Westminster
(Opposite  City  Hall)
Open Every Evening.
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Breakfast j
Do   you   like   breakfast   nicely   served���a   little   fruit   to   commence,   \
such  as  Rhubarb,  Sliced  Oranges,   Grape   Fruit,   Bananas   In   Cream,
then  Bacon, crisp and done to a  turn,   Fresh   Eggs,  boiled  and fried,
Fish, Steak, Chops, etc?    Try the    "ROYAL     CAFE."     Snow    white
Napery,   Neat,   Quick   and   Polite  Service.
WE ARE  NOW UPSTAIRS
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.
THE ROYAL CAFE
Seabold & Jones, Props.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAC.fi K1VK.
PORTING NEWS   A Revelafe in Tea Goodness
K AND YORKE
.(HED AS REFEREES
Yicf�� '.:i Md Vancouver Men
mi. i ifficiate in Minto Cup
hes in July.
JMIIS PLAY TO A Tit
IN MOD CLEAN LACROSSE
West   Enders   and   Sappertons   Score
One Goal Each In First Scheduled
Match   of   Season.
-Charles   Cullen,
,, oi Van-
, ��� and Judge of
the   Minto  cup
Mon. i cal     and     New
coast on July !���>
JCa aid5Lionel Vorl
will be refen
pectlvely,  m
fcetweeri
W* SSrfrtin^neBBub-
.'." "s���,     Westminster
'.   a  a  meeting
aabbllng with
tin
last    night,
holders or
;,, who the
,IH     of     till
i   will be no Hip-���      ^^^^
with the cup refer
  officials  will   he.
r. champions, ii was gen-
Expected would hold out for an
man   as   one   of  the   officials,
sells did  last   time, but  they
by the  announce-
,.u, tonight,   The club officials
this   evening   thai    they   were
lisfled thai they would receive
nt from the men named,
will leave here on July 5,
route an- he-
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The lb's| junior lacrosse match of
I ho season took place last night, between the West End and Sapperton
and resulted in a tie, each team scoring one goal,    A good crowd turned
OUt   tO   see   I he   youngsters   play   and
considering thai it was the flrsl game
of  the  season  some  fine lacrosse  was
Indulged In.    The West  Enders played
one man short up to half time.   The
spectators  encroached   on   the   field,
making    the   game    more    difficult    to
Watch   and   C0nfU8lng   the   players.
For   Sapperton,   tl.   Atkinson,    K.
Chambers, w. Patchell and I,. Carroll
played a  strenuous  game,  while on
the   West   Enders,    I..  Gregory,    E,
E.   Cooper.   E,   Mm ray   and   I..   Sang-
jster  were the stars,
i    Tim   Mahoney  handled the  whistle
|and  retereed the game to the satisfaction of both teams.
The following  was  the lineup:
Sapperton -    I loal,   Salnl.    point,
Chambers;    cover    point.    Patchell;
.llrst defence, Howell; Becond defence,
'Atkinson, third defence. Follls; renin-, ("ai loll, third home. Sclater; s<-<--
loiul home. House; first home. Harvey;
outside home, Atkinson; inside home,
Foullls.
1 The West End team In the same
order   wns   as   follows:    Feeney,   Mor-
is a delicious and fragrant blend of the finest Ceylon Tea.
Get a package from your grocer and enjoy its excellent qualities.
 Black, Miicd and Natural Green, 40c, 50c, 60c and 70c per lb.	
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EASTERN   LACROSSE.
Itlson, Gregory, Cooper, McPhee, Batt-
  I son.   J.   Burr,   O'Connor,   Kenton,   L.
*���u.fcbk Bethel- Tecumsehs and To- | gangster,   Murray,   P.   SangBter.
��q     '     rontos Is  Mostly Talk
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How nicely and easily a Cake can be iced v?ith j
Cowan's
Cake Icin
Chocolate, Plnh, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maplo   and   Coconut   Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
The   South   West
quarter of Section 16,
Township 10.
160 acres at $50
an acre.
Easy Terms.
| WHITE, SHILES & CO. {
628^and 746 Columbia Street.
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[te know If Managers Quorrle
prphy care as much ahout seethe two Bradford players, Rob-
[i 101   Reeves,  as  they   do  about
iach other in the argument.
lacrosse supporters do nol care
rets Robinson and Hooves.
pains will look all  the same to
tr, mailer which secures the ser-
_t��f these r.^^_^^__
ns money's worth when they
ee a game.
E matter what happens. It will not
the elimination of the Torontos.
prospects   are   too bright   this
��� disband Just because they may !p(jJsb'u'rK
us two players who have yet to .... .
.     I l^lllcago
National   League.
At New Yorl
l CI     tt II it   11    D��7i   ,.. mm   ��.
,            ,,.,   . .1         1,1         ai new iuia���
> players. What tbe public nut, a , ,, r,
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New York
At Brooklyn-
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ftiu'sn players will view the names
��� hench.
:  Querrie will trv out some
,  ,        ,   ,      ,,       . ,-_      .... ?*L    rilllaueii'm.i��� ^^
iung Mood In Montreal on Mav ...    , ,     . ,
,,     ,,, ,        .,,    .      ., Washington       1
i the   lerums"hs will play the ,,, ,.   ,  ,  ,. -
.     if  his  players    can    go Philadelphia  1
,   . '    ,- ,      ,, Eastern   League,
that   game  without   standing       ,.  ,,      ,, ,,     ,      , n      ,,
, . ., At  I'rovidenre���Montreal-Prouder,r
8 not   niueh dan. er nt their , , , ,
,., .,     7 ....   .nine  postponed;   cold
, position on the team su tar       k    g   ��
Is concerned.
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Toronto
. i-r Querrie is in danger of thc  \\"]'.'
t.ug.   Ile is quite an enthusi- uammoro
���  game, and says he Is an ap-
for a position on  the Toronto
In  a   recent   game  he  made a
double  and   two   singles, In
at   the  bat
American   League.
At   Cleveland���(lu  In.)
Cleveland    	
St. Louis  	
At Philadelphia���
Fruit Ranch
In Full Bearing
10 acres facing on Scott Road
bearing orchard and small
fruits, 4 acres are cleared, 5
room house, barn, stable, and
fruit packing house.
Contractors and .
House Builders
V*Je nave a full   line   of   tne   Best
Builders  Hardware in the City.
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ICRICKETERS   WILL   TOUR.
ly  everything  has  been  settle  executive Tor  the  Indian
if 1911,   lt is gratifying to learn
i iii uly $50,000 have been collect-
liual that further financial support.
ired,    What   Is  more, there is
pei t of the hest
Jersey   City   	
At   Newark���
tBuffalo   	
Newark   	
Coast   League
j     At   Oakland���
Sacramento   	
Oakland   	
At Los Angeles���
San   Francisco   	
Los   Angeles   	
At  Portland���
Vernon
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This is a splendid opportunity.
REPLY TO
P. O. Box 330
VANCOUVER, B. C.
money
ore Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
11.   B.
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Bohemian Cafe
Depot Hotel. ��� Opp. C. P. R. Station.
35c-Merchants' Lunch-35c
From 11:30 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 quantity.
 ^^^^^^^       Northwestern League
consents to _o the task of the'    At Spokane��� J*-  �����  B-
its will be considerably lightened, Tacoma    i    1
one knows cricket so thorough- Spokane   _# V��' ".'�� i   nvr'nes:
the  idolized   Indian  prince.    I      Batteries  -  Schmltz  and  Byrnes,
that Mistrl, of Patlala, is to go;   Ktililay and Brooks.
there are lir. H. D. Kanga, who,    At Vancouver���tie in.l      tt.   ��'���   *���
I in good class cricket In  Eng-  gaattle    J,     '     S
last   season.   Prince   Victor    of Vancouver  ������������ ��� ��     ��     :
Behar  and  the   Maharajah of|    natterles���Seaton and Custer, oara-
ner and Sugden.
ite
il i  who has heen coached hy Tar.
, of Middlesex, and who ls said to
fine player. Besides these such
is Baloo, Shlvram, Warden. Sari. B. Jayaram, Ahsan-ul-Ilak,
e Narayan, Mulla, Jelang, Meh-
ii. Mehta and K. B. Mistrl are
ible, These players form tho
[us of a strong all round side that
|ld ihe many of the Eng. lsh teams
xl game."���"Amicus," of Colombo.
Games Today.
Seattle at Vancouver.
v,a Tacoma at Spokane.
Standing  of the Clubs.
Won Lost Pet
.616
.r��38
Ai\2
,386
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I MontreaU Out to  Practice.
���p:.'real. May ;,    l.aeroBie practice
it B< ������ taking plan- In earnest. All
the i :������ -is are eiineing a great ln-
tere^ m the game, and il seems that
the I itielial sport ls likely to flourish
������*Cc Iini.l.v well this year. Montreal
and Haiaree. s are preparing. Mem-
j_W- of the former club turned out In
e last, night, and at the end of the
ei ice expressed themselves satis-
|il with their physical condition.
VNDERBILT STABLE MAKES
BIG  KILLING   IN  PARIS
aris, May  5.���The  principal  races
111 i; Longchamps today were car-
11 "If by William K. Vanderbilt 'a
B-l'le. The Prix d' Honneur, worth
.000, (listanco eleven furlongs, was
1,1 by Mr. Vanderbilt,'a Sensy.    The
l*Ix ile Martinvaut,    of    $2,000.    dia-
i]Ul> ten   furlongs,  w
^"isight,   and   his
hird In ii.
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he Prix de Marnes, of $1,000,
distance  of  which   was ten   fur-
longs.
Tacoma      8
Vancouver     7
Seattle       ii
Spokane      f>
A  CHALLENGE.
Red Lead Swifts Ready to Play Any
Football Team in City.
The workmen ami painters <m the
bridge have got together a football
team known as the Red Lead Swifts
and are prepared to play nny aggregation of kickers In the city. They
want to play the game two weeks
from Saturday and will donate the
proceeds to  the   hospital.
The Red Lead Swifts ls no slouchy
organization, but have some of the
best players In the city on their lineup. The following players and gentleman have consented to play with
the Bridge team: Hartley, Gifford.
Lyons, Buck Marshall. Reed, Grant,
Hays, Gray, Bruce, McKenzie and
Kenny. Any ambitious footballers
w      . who wish to take on the game may
���'rh���'   l)y  "lH communicate     with    tho    secretary,
Marnerossa   ran   o    ..    r,
Scotty Grant
FRIDAY,  MAY 6. 1910.
SOUP
Split Pea Soup aux Cretons
Consomme
FISH
Fried Halibut, Tartar Sauce
Ji; SALAD
Pickled Beets
BOILED
Ox  Tongue and  Horseradish
ENTREES
Beef Steak Pie. Family Style
Lamb Curry with  Rice
Macaroni a la Cardinal
ROASTS
Sirloin of Beef au Jus
Leg of Mutton and Jelly
Stuffed  Ox   Heart
VEGETABLES
Boiled and  Mashed  Potatoes
Stewed Carrots in  Cream I
I
.  DESSERT
Apple, Peach and Rhurbarh Pie
Sago Pudding Vanilla Sauce
Coffee Milk-
Dinner from 5 to 8
YOU
can"
DO
BETTER
WITH
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Ask Us for Prices
Office,  Room  8, Thompson Blk.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director
New  Westminster,  B.  C.
P. O. Box 953
! Tea
3 pounds Peoples' Blend
Ceylon Tea for
$1.00
Commencing May 2nd
NEW  WESTMINSTER  TO   NEW  WESTMINSTER
Via
STEVESTON   and   VANCOUVER
TRANSFER
Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P. M. dally except Saturday, and
on Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at B. C. E. R. ticket office and on board steamer. Electric cars leave Steveston every hour (on the half-hour) for Vancouver.
See the Famous Fraser River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc.
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, $1.
1
3  dozen  Strictly   Fresh
Eggs for
$1.00
you
if you want something dainty and
appetizing or are In a hurry phone
70P2 and your order will be ready when
arrive at The Bohemian Cafe,
j.   p.  CASH,   Proprietor.
"GET THE   HABIT"
Odd Plates
3UERRIE   DISTINGUISHES
BETWEEN PRO AND AMATEUR
|of Hi,
"Do
"��� "ee that the N.L.U may soon turn
piniateur," said Charlie Querrie, leader
Tecumsehs, recently.
. you   know   the   difference be-
(tween an amateur and professional In
erosse?    A  pro player  goes to the
' onager on Monday morning and gets
���'���a Pay envelope.    The amateur slips
'"'''ind  the grand stand on a Sunday
nfternoon   and    the    manager    slips
'omethlng into bis hand, which he im-
 'lately puts in his pocket nnd says
nothing"
DISSOLUTION^PARTNERSHIP.
Notice Is hereby given that the part-
neS heretofore subsisting be=
ub, the undersigned, as Rea\f*���*
and Financial Brokers, hasi tjta W
been dissolved by mutual cons nt.
The business will In future be ca j
ried on by W. B, Evans, o whom aU
debts owing to the partnerah o
to be paid and to wWwn all cWjJ
against the partnership are to be pie
seated for settlement. ^ ^^
JOS.  A.  DARKE.
Witness1.���&��� - ,,uark;   fa,
Dated  at  New  Westnii.iste.
this fourth day May, 191".
Different  Sizes and  Decorations at
5 Cents each for today and Saturday.
The Fair!
6'16 Columbia Street.
Wc buy for cash and se.l for the same.
Spring Is here���how about those
plants for the gardfcn? Tidy, the
Florist, can suit you to a T In anything in that line. *��
FreshCalifornianCream-
ery Butter, per lb.
40c
CA.
Welsh
The People's Grocer
PHONE 193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
I EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
VV ORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
CL v'ERYTHING to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
PERSONS other  than  employees accidentally  Injured    about    the
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.
UNDER the protection of a Liability Policy in the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and
be  relieved   from  all  such annoyances .
ALFRED   W.
hone 62.     "The Insurance Man"
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THE DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY,   MAY 6,
CHINESE DISTURBANCE
PLANNED AS PROTEST
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Values
Irreproachable
in Two-Piece
lummer
GTZr. JTX:lr. V8t. ,J_lt7i,-.
Values that are positively nol equalled
elsewhere
SEE THEM and
dated.
it   is   appre-
WEAR THEM and  it *ill  be
fully realized.
Proper Styles and  Fabrics  for
men in all walks of life.
Uprising    in    Hunan    Province    Only
Schema to Warn Central Authorities Not to Meddle  in Affairs.
Changsha, China. May 5.- The recent rioting in this province has pine
,d the Chinese government in an embarrassing position regarding the i ro
posed Hankow-Canton Railway lean.
Evidence accumulates thai the disturbances were deliberately planned
by interested persons as a warning to
the  central  authorities  nol   to  meddle
in the affairs of Hunan province and
to make plain the determined opposition of the Hunanltes to foreign participation  in  the railway  construction.
.Millions of Chinese are Imbu -.1 with
the idea that the gov. riiuient is ! [elding weakly to foreign Influence which
is seeking political control in China.
Peking i' all/, s til-- situation, and
while desiring to proceed with the
railway agreement, understands thai
hasty action hy the govi i nmenl might
be followed by the mosl s "inns consequences. A protracted delay, therefore, soems Inevitable.
Meanwhile, the central authorities
are making effoi is to placate the llu-
aanites and have ordered the new governor to deal leniently with the race
rioters ami revolutionists,
The would-be assassins ef the regent
have nol bi i ti put to di ath, bul have
been sentence,! to life Imprisonment.
SAPPERTON HOU
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So\ en room;  modern;  Albi rta  St,
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sis. room; modern; Simpson st.   $2
7fi��� six room;   modern;   Hospital St.
Tu���Six room; modern; Alberta    St.
29   Six room; Keary St.   J2.500;$1,250 cash.
33   Six   room;   Strand  St.    $1,700; $400 cash
4-1���Six   room;    limit   St.     $1,500;   $500  cash
54���Seven room;   Brunotti
IT���Six room;  Hospital Si
$2,500;   $G00 cash.
$2,700;  $1,000 cai li.
iOO; $1 500 cash.
$2,000;  $1,000 cash.
$1,700;   $850 cash.
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$2,000; $1,000 cash.
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STENOGRAPHER SUE:
RYAN
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California Half and Th
Quarter   Ground
Mexican Salt
Liverpool Coarse Dal'
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V, 191'
May 5.���.lohn D,  Ryan,
lie Amalgamated Copper
FULLY   GUARANTEED   SUITS
$10.00,   $12.00   to   $20.00  Two-Piece
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THE BEST IN STRAW HATS AND  PANAMAS
New Vork,
I resid< nt of tl
company, has been sued in the supreme court of tills city for what he
claims is the largi sl stenographer's
fee on record.   The amount  is $252,-
	
The claimant is William \V. John-
Btone, who was Ryan's stenographer
and . onflderitlal secret try in 1904. He
'claims that he assisted Ryan in a con-
tindenlial capacity in getting control Of
P, Aiil-! itns Hi iii. e's copper interests
in Butte, Mont., ami through his efforts in Februarj. I ���! ;. Rj a i I
Tl F. Col obtained conl rol of
!' ��� ��� erty. Ryan In his answer deel ! i a thi I John tone n a i m-
! loye.i simply as a i apl ir and
did pi thing i iporl ii than r\'cn-
ogra] lilc wi rk.
Japanese   Salmon Nets   and
All Kinds for
the Season.
T wine.
c
=i
hiiio bu
t
Northern Crown Bank Buildingj
Ci; ,
Fl
i
57
VEALTHY   INDIANS   DON'T
WANT   TRICE    ENROLLED
Ii   ' >n,   Maj   5     A   di I     ition
of  Osaj e  India! ��� i .   the
Ichest I       In i earth, a I
Wi   lilngton   Tin
���      enth e-ir I
Tl o rolls of I be cl       I in 1907
- l   . '   ���    there  are 2,2:1       ���   ������
The  wi alth of e cli  Indl in   im In  Ing
ted to 1     from $20, I
to $30,    '���'   ill m mber ol the riath n
owns .",77 acn s of land and Is entitli d
to $3, i 0 ol trui I funds. 'I hi j h ive
heen grafite I title to tl surface of
I he land n bile th - undi i lying min -i al
have l n  reserve 1  to  the tTibe for
a pet lod of twenl y-five j e irs from
June 28, 1906. The land i are 11
oil. the royalty on th ��� i ro.lucil m of
which in November, 1909, yielded the
tribe 50,248 barn Is, or 22.23 b irn ts
per capita,
,r^?ss&s&��
Model Sip
Work
hite
Star-
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Si      Street
New Westminster.
T^to.  p.  Young.  Prop.
Wi
Canadian Sc
rvice
stlmati a c.i-. i n.
r   me 567.
NEW STEAMERS
���   irral lo Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple   icrew,   14.9C0   I
J. NEWSOME & SONS
PAINTERS.   PA'ER HANGERS   AND
DECORATORS.
8.8,  MEGANTIC���
T.-.   -.     ���  ;    ..',    14,900
largest   and   most   moderr.
commodatio n  equal   to a  /
Ing the Atlantic.
214 Sixth aveniu
enue and
NEW WESTMINS
in twei d Second av-
l... : Btreets,
TER
B.C.
MAINE  TO  BE   RAISED
NAFTER   MANY   YEARS
-_r
Washington, May 5.���The ill fated
battleship .Maim- Is to be raised from
her grave in the bottom of 11-.\ana
harbor, and the bodies of the sailers,
who went down to a watery grave
when tlie pride of the United States
. was sunk just before the Spanish-American war. will be interred in
tlie National Cemetery at Ai llngton,
The senate today passed the house
bill providing for the raisin- of tho
Maine and the burial of the t fctlms
of the disaster. Nume ous b
vldlng for the raising of th
have falle 1 cf ti ass ������" Ir  i'
d  Bennti.    The question  has  i e n
!���' fore   tin   ; : bli    . Inei   i -.-  . . . ���
Spa ilsli Yi ei le -i   war   b il   c m
i l],-8 rebeitedl;   n fu ��� d  to ��� ct.
elnl Ini   of the battli il Ip    . ii;
tho d   i   :  , a is    of tl e v.
Is pro-
Maine
the
:   ei
Tl e
was
ITALY IU DlISPinATE.
Great
Londi
'   II  ii,  H s   Refused  to
fere   In   Tariff   Tinqle.
���i    ." y   ."..    A   di. ���, tch
I n'. e;
The finest bread baking flour in the world,
j    I particularly reques: the ladies of New Westminster to try it.
Yours truly,
;ays In reforenc ��� i i the
ad'an   m ��� otiations  that  the
kid glove trade':-; are suffering In
��� queue ���  et   the   1- ranco-Cattadlan
from
li,il ,
silk
F
Milan
( an'""
and
COP
treaty
tt was announced In the chamber
of deputies that Great Britain's Intercession in the crisis had been In-
voked bul without success ami that
Unless Canada quickly conies to terms
Italy is i esoh-ed to strike a crushing
blow at the Canadian smoked lish
trade.
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Notice   to   Contractors.
Tenders are required for the laying and grading of cement sidewalks
on Tenth Avenue, Hamilton Street,
London Street, Edinburgh Street, Duh-
Iln Street, Seventh Avenue and
Eighth Avenue, all '> 'wc.-n Tenth and
Twelfth Streets; also Tenth Street be-1
tween Sixth and Tenth Avenue.-. Plans
can he seen and specifications ob-1
talned from the City  Engineer.
The lowest  or . ny ten ler  not  nee-1
essarily accepted, and any tender ac-1
epted to he condition il upon the | n
i !.- of thi   I ��� cal  Improvement  B; law.
Tendeis to ',-������ a 'C uni anted b/ a
11���,: ,,i chei ue I r ���- e pe ' ' ",;- ��'
' e nmo ml ol Ti n le i n I ma ked
������ It- ,'��� ; . :- li walks " : nd dclli ��� tl
to the undei Bi ;n I n >��� I it tr thin 5
.- ��� [il, 11110,
W. A, Dl NT -\". City Cl tr'.:,
City Hi II. April :5, 19K ,
m^mm, r���- ���     .., , , ,        . ��� �����-  ���      "        " "���
FOR CHfLUWACK
/���nd  Uprlver Landings
The New Sternwhee'er
S.   S.   PAYSTRtfAKJ
For Rates
E.
and Tickets A;
GOULET,
c.
P. R.
Passenger Station
NEW
WESTMINSTER
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
Centra! Meat Me
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner   Eighth   St.  and   Fifth   A
PHONE   370.
W. HIGH
and
pressing.
Teaming
E*
)i
m
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, Ni -,v Westminster, with
passengers and trelghl as follows;
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a, m.
Leaves   Chilliwack   Wednesday,   Friday and Sunday at  7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
.30   FOURTH   ST.
PHONE  R
THE GINGERBREAD MAN.
ROYAL CIT$ NAVIGATION CO.,
New   Westminster.
Bank of Montreal!
ESTABLISHED 1817.
Ltd.
I
LEGISLATES  HIMSELF
OUT   OF  LAW   BUSINESS
M**W*WsW*9*maWMma^^
The bugbear "dull can ," will  find
It  a hard task to inflict  his presence
on   tiiose   that   witness  "The  Ginger-j 	
bread   Man,"   the   hiilliaht,     fanciful,      Colfax.   May   4.���Hugh     C.     Todd, t
fairyes(|tie  that  comes   to  the   Opera   former clerk of Whitman County and
house on  Thursday, May 11.    SclntI-  graduate of the Pullman State college,
latlng with wit. humor, and repartee,  who is now studying law in Washing-]
brilliant.  In   its  Bcenlc  appointments,  ton, D.C., expecting to take the Wash-1
dazzling in its electrical effects, it  Is  Ington   state   law   examination,  finds
one bin- kaleidoscopic vision of llfchl  that he has legislated himself out of
and color.    Messrs.  Rico an.l   Varley, legal practice for two years.
who are responsible for the production      While acting as representative from
have hi en lavish In their expenditures Whitman county at the last legislature
and  have  given   to   the theatre-going : Todd was one who voted for a bill republic the most gorgeous musical show j quiring ln.w applicants to file a requ ist
of the decade.    It must he Been to be   for   license   two   years   before   taking
appreciated, the  examination.     lie  himself  forgot
Scats on sale at Tidy's today. to file such a request.
euerai
Let'
ri
CAPITAL 114,400.000.25
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches   throughout   Canada   ��"
Newfound.aud,   and   in    Loud"-    '���'*
land, New York, Chicago and Bpul
U. S. A., and Mexico City.    A .
banking    business   transacted
lers of Credit  Issued,    avallai lfi *
f    tt**
correspondents   In     all   parts o<
world. ItJ
Savings Bank Department���DeP08
received  in  buiiib  of  $1  nnd  UP*af'
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, i'1'
annum (present rate).
ToW. Assets over $168,000,000.0"'
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
G. D. BRYMNER. Manage'- s
linadi
L
PRIDAY,  MAY 6,  1910.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
notice that un application has
"notice r   Duncan   ,,, ���
nwnerln tee simple, under
��S trom B. A- Wilmot,
������;;���       hk(,��� to   Duncan   Bel
J    d:���e   tbe   13tb   day  ol
,���;, of all and singular
,',,  parcel  or  trad   oi   land
',���:���.���. lying and being
"���"ih,-(,  of New Westminster,
,. ,,,   British Columbia,
.,,   known und descrlb-
"    .,, ,es of the southeast
Section   18,  Township   3,
of 6th Meridian.
, claiming through or
1 .   j ,,n  persons  claiming
���;t'in mm  Bald luml by virtue
1,n,���i,,,-.-.l  Instrument, and
ns clxti mg  any
Jli "",aJ.;;'.l!,'.^Mhe provisions
'nd RwMFtrj  Vet," are requir-
'",,.. , , ������ of tbe tux pur-
*'   ,'lln foi-v", t 'lavs iron, the
���,hl"1      ���|;,e,:���-ii.i.m  of  -His
,;,.|  in  default, of a
. ,   ,,|   ,s   pendens
,l wltHn'auc'i period, or it.
r. - ��� |  Ion r*fora reglBtra-
(,f m a \\
THE DAILY NEV/S.
PAGE SEVEN.
WATER NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby riven that an application wll] be made under Pari V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license In the Westminster Division of
New  Wi stn.inster District.
in) The name, address and occupa
NEW    WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
I'll
Pi .
J
V
Mill
tion of the applicant: Frederick W.
Smith, residing at South Westminster,
P, o. address, New Westminster, it. ('.,
dairyman.
ihi The name of the hike, stn am or
description
Interest in
whose  title
^^^^^     l  ��� I'or-
h'i' flebarrtd from set-
,,���!,��� to o   i. respect of
To Car
lngs Co
Liability
too.
Bim i register
owner thereof
oi-1 ���, that pub-
for thirty days
. newspap -r published in New i wl
ister wli l e tood and sutTie- 'th
,i'-i- iu-''-   ',
..nd Registry Ollice,
r, ''���(   ;  <>' Brltis i
     Oth aay of April, A.
���    S. KEITH,
I Istricl  Ri glstrar
in Perri am nt Loan ,
OppenheLpier   Bros ���   ���'������������
',. W. Leisnman
source (if unnamed, the
isi:  an  unnamed Bprlng,   Bltuate
Subdivision 12 of Block 2, Section
Block 6, No-Hi  Range 2, west,  New
Westmlnste1 Dial .ict,
(c) The point of diversion: Alum'
the centre of said Suddlvlslon 12
(owned by J. E. .Murphy).
idi The quantity of water applied
Cor (ln cubic fi el per second i: One-
sixtieth (1-60).
ie) The character of the proposed
works:    A pri ate waterworks system -
through a 1-Inch pipe carried fro said I
Subdivision 11 te ani cant's property,
which adjoin*.
it'i The premises on wliich the wat
er is to be used (describe same);
Subdivisions 5 and (1 of Block 2, Section 30, Block B, Ninth Range 2, wi t,
New Wi si minster I Hsl rict.
I ..: I   The    purpOBI 3    for    which      the
water is to be used:    For agricultural,
dairying and dotw  I li .
iki 'I his notice was posted on the
2nd day of May. 1910, and application
be tr ide to the < lommisBloner on
Ith day of June, 1910, at 2:30 i ,m.
ill    Give the names and addn
of any riparian pi iprtetors or licensees
who  Or   whore   li IM Is-   are   likely   to   be
affected b> lhe pi oposed works, either
above or below the outlet: None.
!���'.  W.  SMITH.
Box B36, New Westminster. B. C.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice thai the Pitt River Lumber Company, Limited, a body corporate, having its bead ofiice at the
City of New Westminster, intends to
apply for permission to h ase the follow Ing described lands: ���
Commencinfl al  a posi  planted on
the  westerly shore  of   Pitl   river  at
ll     Intersection   with   the   nortln rly
side of the Canadian Pacific Railway
on  company's   right-of-way,   thence   fol-
30   lowing the westerly shore of Pitl riv-
MANITOBA HOME FOR
CONSUMPTIVE PATIENTS
Sanatorium  for  Tuberculosis   patients
at   Ninette   Now  Almost   Ready
for   Occupation.
Listed Exclusively With
& CO.
SURREY-
Ier in a northeasterly direction seven
thousand  elghl   hundred   (7,800)  feet,
jmore or less, to a witness post plant-
I d on said shore to locale i be most.
not 11 erly coi ner of the Pll t River
Lumber Company, Limited, booming
: ite;  thence al  right  angles to said
Bliore  a   distance  of  ahout   three  hun-
iii. .I and fifty  (360)  feel  to the said
i northerly corner of booming site, said
polni   being  two  hundred   (200)   feel
I from low water mark of said Bhore;
thence   southwesterly   and   two   nun-
'died (200)  feel  from said low water
I mark  seven  thousand  elghl   hundred
and thirty  (7,830)  feet, more or less,
in   the   southwesterly   corner   of   said
booming   site:   thence   northwesterly
to poini of commencement; and containing sixty (CO) acres, more or less.
THE   PITT   RIVER   LUMBER   COMPANY,  LIMITED.
T. W. Gray, Agi nt,
Hated  al   the  City  of  New  Wesl
minster, B   C . this 28tb day of February, A. i>. 1910.
.1. W. H- '���'���
IT   PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE DAILY NEW
,   is  no   more   attractive   trip
I.  the  St.   Lawrence   up  to  His-
i  ., bee.    Next   Empress  sails
and -nth.   For reservations am
apply to
ED. GOULET,
C.P.R. Agent
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and  Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block        P. O. Box 644
Westminster
ansfer Co.
Tlioue  115.      Barn  'Phone 137
Columbia Street,
gaga   delivered    promptly    to
��ny part of the city.
lit and Heavy Hauling
la)
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT
New
Wcllangton
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front  St., Foot of Sixth.
WATER NOTICE.
Noi ice la i irebj given thai an application w"l he niiide . tidi r Pai I V. of
the "Water Act. liK'iV to obtain a license in the South Westminster Division of New Westminster District.
(a) The name, address and occupation of the applicant: J. E. Murphy,
occupation, dairying and farming.
ihi The name of the lake, stream
or source iif unnamed, the description Is): Spring on Lot 11, Block t,
Subdivision of Lot 30.
(c)    The point of diversion: At the
spring.
id I The (plant ity of water applied
for tin cubic feel per second): One-
elghth cubic foot.
(e) The character of the proposed
works; Tank at spring, pipe from
tank  to dwellings.
(g) The purposes for which the
water is to lie used: Dwellings.
| dairying and stock.
' iki This notice was posted on the
30th day of April. 1910, and application will be made to the commissioner
on the 3lBf day of May; 1910.
ll) Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely
to be affected by the proposed works,
either  above or  below    the    outlet:
None.
J. E. MURPHY.
New- Westminster.
April 30, 1910.
Z._lm^^^mmX^^^
"YOU  NEEDN'T
COME  AROUND"
to our ofiice every time you
need a ton of coal-any of our
drivers will be S!"J 1�� taV?e
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring ahout the same
result���good coal iu your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone is in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 16.
Coal procured here is crack-a-
jack coal, however secured.
������}
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Winnipeg, May ���The nev,- sanatorium al Nlm ue. which will be tor-
mallj ou< a. .i in a few days for the
admittance of patients suffering from
cons ii i; tion In the Incipient Btage, is
sltuati ,1 al the head of Pelican lake,
Manlti ba. li is most beautifully situ-
ated, commanding an excellent view
from tin lope ol the hill. In addition
to tin main building shown above,
then- aii- two smaller pa\Lllons. The
formei building is designed to provide
dining loom, kitchen, laundry, etc., all
equlpi ed In the most n.o.Vi u manner.
I pstall -   there  aie   Bitting   io s   for
men and women and an ollice for the
staff. There is sleeping accommodation for the siaff and also for those
patients who may be too ill to enjoy
the sleeping-oul privileges of the pavilion.
The building is lighted with acetylene gai   the generating house being
aho a 300 feel trom the main building
Thi    ��� wers empty Into Pelican lake
being 'allied for some distance inti
the lake, after passing through septic
tanks.
Tin water supply is Obtained some
distance hack trom the main building
at the ior, of the hill, where a well has
heen sunk, and an abundance of good
water is being secured. On account of
the height of the well being so far
above the main building, considerable
water pressure is available, wliich it
is proposed to use for domestic purposes as well as for fire protection. -
The site of the sanatorium comprises ahout 14B acres tn very healthful surroundings und beautifully treed.
A short distance from tlie sanatorium a siie has been secured near the
lake for a summer colony, where already several cottages have been
erected, principally by people from
Brandon.
Excellent fishing can be had on the
lake, and there are also good boating
facilities.
Tlie total cost of the building fully
equipped will he ahout $70,000, and the
trustees are satisfied that, the Institution will be the finest one of its size
in the Dominion.
There is now accommodation for
about seventy-five patients. It is intended by the addition of cottages to
supplement this from time to time.
The sanatorimu has ben provided
by pi ivate contributions by grants
from municipalities and one of $25,U00
from the provincial government.
This important and beneficient work
was carried out under the direction of I
| Dr. Simpson, chairman of the provincial hoard of health; Dr. D. A. Stewart, '
' superintendent of the sanatorium, and
!���;.  M. Wood, municipal commissioner,
and secretary to the board of trustees.
A  proposal  is  now  aToot to supplement   this   institution   for      incipient
cases with one for patients suffering
from consumption in the advanced and
80 acres subdivided in 5 acre blocks,
whereof 20 acres cleared.��� East half of
Northwest Quarter, Section 25, Township 2.
Price $13,800
Terms,  $G000 cash,  balance G, 12, 18
and 24 months, 7 per cent,
BRENING & CO.
General Brokers
Exclusive Sales  Only
Rooms   5   and
New Westminster, B. C.
We   Can   Deliver the   Properties
6,    Merchants    Bank   Building
Phone   686
*****************************************************
I       LOOK AT THESE      *
���
���
���
���
Six lots and a 14-room bouse on Third street between Third and
Fourth avenues.
$6,275
U Cash; balance f>, 12 and IS months at 7 per cent. There is
no better buy than this in the city. The land is all under cultivation and in addition to the house, there is a two-storey stable with
accommodation for six horses.
SURREY
$2,200  for  10  acres,  house  a
nd barn; o acres cleared.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. \
Limited. *
a a
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register the Corporation of the Township or District of
Sieiey as the owner in fee simple, un-
d3r a Tf.x ^ale Deed from the Reeve
and Clerk of the Corporation of the
Towns-tip or District of Surrey to the
Corp >i aid of the Township or District of Surrey, hearing dates of the
21st day of October, A.D., 1905 and
31st day of December. A.l)., 1901, of
all  and  singular   that  cm tain   parce1
even more dangerous stage
I
HEROIC
RESISTANCE
TO   EVIL  ADVOCATED
N'ew York, May ���' ���"StaVve or com
mit suicide rather than yield to brib
ery, after you leave college," declared
I'n lessor Charles B. Henderson, chaplain of the University of Chicago, yesterday in an address to Junior college
students.
lie told the men to    forego    such
temptations as wine and automobiles
hetween Betting
Who Says $25
? ?
We say $25 will handle the
best lots in Sapperton, close to
the car, and all on graded
streets. .
or tract of land and premises situate I if they had to ehoos	
in the District of New i themselves up in business or politics
ti���f������������,.   uonriPi-Kon   recalled    the
��EP32S5EaES22a
KS FITTINGS j
��
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC   MANTELS-STAIR   RAILINGS-ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
pW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY j
D
IE   R5
,00,000.00 ���
100,000.00
Ida   >!;J
on   I :;:'
si- uane'
geueral
:l.     I-"''
11- ^'i*-1
/   tm
of     '"
Del   ,|tJ
upward
cent
^^^^_^^^^    J.  BROOKES, Proprietor   ^^^^^^^^^^
I PHONE 473     a
[WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carline. ���
r*....M~aaaa*aa.a~.AAa~~��***A"***"*'**''"
eef, Mutton, Vea^
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
lying and bein.	
Westminster, in the Province of Drit-
is\ Columbia, more particularly known
and described as:     Dot 1 in subdivision L'4 of block 1 of section 30, block
5 north, range 2  west;  lots S to IT,
inclusive, of subdivision 211 of section
lf>. block 5, north range 2 west;  lots
[ 15 to 21, inclusive, block 14 of south-
i east quarter  section   -1,  township  9;
lots 5,6, and  7, in  subdivision 23 of
! section  16,  block   5,   north   range 2,,
west;   lots 22 and 23, in subdivision1
23 of section 16, block 5, north range
2, west;   lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11,1
12, hlock 4 of lot 387A, group 2; lots I
2  to ti  .inclusive, block 14 of  southeast   quarter  section   4, township  9;
1  lot   5, hlock 3 of  lot  387A, group  2;
.   let   38, block  2 <if  lot   3S7A,  group  2;
lots 21, 22, block 3 of southeast quarter section 4, township 9; lots 18, 19,
hlock  2  of southeast  quarter section
4, township 9;   lot  22, block  16  of
southeast  quarter section 4, township
9, map 519',  lot 23, hlock 18 of southeast quarter section 4 township 9.
Vou and thqse claiming through or
under  you  and  all   persons  claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue of  any  unregistered instrument,
'and all persons claiming any interest
the  said  land   hy  descent
Professor  Henderson  reca
recent upheavals in politics.
"Be square with the world wherever
you may be, or whatever conditions
confront you," he said. "All great
things are yours if you will not   be
bribed."
i  ,
IBRUTAL  PUNISHMENT
ESTOPPED BY COURT
^^ma******************^**************\
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.
Act,
claim of
in  ine  sum	
title is not registered under
visions of the "Land Registry
are required to contest tho _'
the tax purchaser within forty-five
days from the day of the lirst pub-
of this notice upon you. and
of a caveat  or certificate
Washington, May ��� ���The supreme
court of the United States yesterday
struck down one of the old Spanish
measures of punishment In the Philippines, that -of "Cadena Temporal."
The court declared Imprisonment for
fifteen years with a chain at the ankle
and wrist, together with the many
other penalUes of "Cadena Temporal."
for the falsification of public records
to the extent of ahout $300, is a cruel
and unusual punishment.
By so doing the court reversed the
decision of the supreme court of tlle
I Philippines in the prosecution of Paul
I A. Weems, who was visited with this
I sentence. He was formerly disbursing offlcer of the bureau of coast
I guards and transportation of the Phil
li,oi ni,  ippines.    The court directed the pro
whoso 1 socution dismissed,
the pro-	
The Craig Realty Co
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Room   8,  Thomson
Block.	
New Westmister,
Phone   629
B. C.
lieation
in  default
PROBE REVEALS GRAFT
IN ARMY OF FRANCE
^arls. May 5.���The story of another
military scandal comes from Toulon.
| A  captain   of   the  colonial    infantry
I whose  duty   was   to  superintend
the
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
barred from setting up any claim to , reflult 0, an lmiuiry made by
",U1 " "- -���''' l����d' iind Xi���   special  commission   a   number    of
,8 ser'ious charges have been preferred
against tho captain. The accused offl-
cer, who is married and a Property-
 .  - - ������ I oWI1er at Toulon, was taken to the mil
|ior thirty days in a dally newspaper-o��W
NABY
Large Subdivision,   546   Lots
in Burnaby, adjoining Sapperton.   For Prices and Terms
or in respect of the said ~_
Township   or   Dlsttici   01   ���
:;rrt��� ./'i.V'nVo,
outer  tiuii.  �� j���iiv  newsnaner ,
���SEE���
FADER,
DEAN
^^^^^^^^^ BLOCK
Cor. Columbia and Church Sts. Phone 712
IVif
,000.00-
.NCH.
,nng''r-
, Burns & Co
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645  COLUMBIA STREET.
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published In New Westminster will
be good and sutllcient service tberoof.
Dated at tbe Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columhla, this 29th day of March, A.
P., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To David Miller, William A. McCallum, Angus Mclnnes, T. G. Stark, William Davis, Henry Fraser, Henry
Kells. Harold Ponsford, A;len Spiors,
George Stone, Robert Lyness, Margar-
it ary  prison  a few  days ago.    It Is
stated that he  has accomplices  who
also   will   be  proceeded   against.
Ten days ago a Toulon merchant's
house was searched in connection with
the naval frauds, ln tbe correspond-
] etiee seized the captain's name figured.
��� The detectives found that It    was a
question of a "present" given by a
' Paris firm that furnished material for
the new barracks.
The accused captain is a chevalier
'of the'Legion of Honor.   It Is hinted
thnt   other  Important arrests In con-
et  G.  Cooper, John  Roberts, Richard   tnni   l��"fi   .���.,^.. .......
Hosking, Hugh T. Crosslev, John 13.   nection with the scandal will be made
Hunter. soon-
May Lose His Card.
Cleveland, May 5.���The demand for
President Taft's expulsion from the
Steam Shovelers' union for attending
a boycotted ball game will be filed
tomorrow at the headquarters of the
organization in Cincinnati. The charge
will be preferred by the Cleveland
Building Trades union, wliich started
the boycott on account of the alleged
employment of non-union labor in
building Cleveland's new ball park.
WHISKY AND BEER DEARER.
Increased Taxation in Britain Has Far-
Reaching   Effect.
London, May -.���The orders received at the distilleries continue to
fall off. Many employees are discharge.! each day.
The increased price of whisky Is
making many drinkers adopt beer as
their beverage. Today the brewers
announced an increase ln the price ot
beer also. 1
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THE DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAY,   MAY 6,  1910
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More than one are investigating the
merits of this school and they Iind it
truly a business school. Xo need to
look further, as we have the best facilities lor giving 'on.r students a
thorough   business  training.
REMEMBER, WE ARE OPEN FOR
DAY SESSIONS THE ENTIRE YEAR.
A. L. BOUCK,
610    Colombia    St.
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The death occurred in tlie hospital
at Vancouver yesterday ol William
Johnston, a resident ol Port Moody
and one of tiie early sel Hers ol' lhe
district. It is twenty-three years since
thi! late Mr. Johnston flrst came here
from Ontario. He leaves a brother,
John, who lives on Agnes street here,
and a wil'e and four children. Arrangements tor the funeral have not yet
been made.
Langley bargain���160 acres cut
right in two hy the ii. c. Electric;
the soil all beautiful chocolate loam.
$ll'a per acrew. W. .1. Kerr, 614 Columbia street. **
The Nelson-Wolgast tight pictures
at the opera house last night were a
frost. It may have been the fault of
the lantern and the trouble may havo
been the film, but the result when the
two connected was far from satisfactory. The curtain on which the pictures were thrown was too small and
some oi the most Interesting milling
took place on some mountain scenery
which did not show it off well.
Jessie Maclachlan, acknowledged as
the greatest living exponent of Scottish song, Opera house, May 25,     **
Miss Molly Freeze, who wrote her
musical examinations on Tuesday, was
a pupil of Mrs. T. R. Pearson, and
not one of Mrs. Dodd's, as was reported.
Have you a house for sale? I have
the buyer. S. Fader. Phone 712.
Dean hlock. opposite Bunk of Montreal. **
Mrs. J. Henley yesterday afternoon
and evening gave a successful tea in
aid of the St. Stephen's manse fund.
The popularity of the midday lunch
at the Royal Cafe grows every day.
It is served from twelve to two, with
quick service. **
S. H. Ford, held on a charge of
wounding A. Le Lion, was yesterday
released from custody, two men going
hail of $5,000 each for him.
There is but one Jessie Maclachlan.
Opera house.  May 25. **
Sheriff Armstrong yesterday selected about fifty names from which the
grand and petit jurors lor the coining assizes will be drawn.
For ke ring up Phone number 151
and the man will call.
The case againsi J. C. Allen, the
contractor accused of leaving building material on the route of th" May
Day parade, was adjourned yesterday
to allow him to remove the stuff in
time for today's procession, lie lias
another contract lor building a retaining wall near the registry office
an.l will apply to tin- council for another permit to lay building material I
on the street.
A payment, of $25 procures a lot in i
South West minster from Hale Bros. |
&   Kennedy,  Ltd.    These lots are in
great demand. * *
At a regular meeting cf the Beulah
Rebokahs last night Sister E. S. Ferguson and M. A. Long were elected :
as delegates to the Grand Assembly
of Rehakahs. which meets in k'am-'
loops in June, at the same time as
the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows. Mrs.
Coatham and .Mrs. Insley were elected
alternates.
Blace your Fire Insurance with W,
J.   Kerr,  Ltd. **
Manager Tidy, nf the Opera house,
leaves this afternoon for Seattle,
where he will interview John Cort
about the attractions to appear at the
Opera house here during the coming
season. Mr. Cort has recently returned from N'ew York, where he made
arrangements to have th" Schubert
productions billed tor his western
theatres.
For Geraniums, Dahlias and all
kinds of Spring Bedding Plants phone
Davis' Greenhouse.  R  208.
Joe Billie, an Indian who collect) >!
a jag in Vancouver and brought it
over here, appeared the police court
yesterday to explain himself and was
fined '$5   for   the   privilege.
Panama hats cleaned, and blocked.
Phone R 27S, Royal City Cleaners and
Dyers. **
i    J.   Murphy,   a   former   Winnlpeger,
I will   appear   in   the  police court  this
morning on  a  charge of assault.    He
(���ailed a man out of a saloon and then
hit   him  on   the   jaw,   nn   act   which
resulted     in     the     assaultee    being
i stretched  on   the  sidewalk.    He  was
; token   in   charge   by   Officer   Bourke.
.Murphy   has   appeared   in   the police
court twice before in the past month,
the last time being given a short term
in jail.
I
For spring plants or cut flowers,
phone Davies' Greenhouse, R208.     **
Advance tickets for Jessie Maclachlan concert, prices 75, 50 ajid 25
cents, at Barclay <fc Adams. **
Try "Solo Special' cigar. Havana
filled. **
The death occurred yesterday at the
Royal Columbian hospital of Mary Se-
'lina, the live-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. 11. Poingdestre. Tlie
funeral will be held on Saturday afternoon to the Church of England cemetery.
There's quality in "Solo Special"
cigar. **
Anything in our line 10 to 20 per
cent,  saved  for  you.    Fales.        **
W. S. Hawkshaw, of Chilliwack, is
spending a few days in the city, the
guest of bis son, J. E. Hawkshaw,
manager of the Northern Crown hank.
Have you a house for sale?   I have
Ithe   buyer.     S.   Fader.     Phone   712.
! Dean   block,   opposite   Bank  of   Montreal. **
To   Furnish   an  Office,   see   W.   E.
[Fales. **
Miss Elsie McLean. Miss Bennington   and   s.   Phlpps,   of   Vancouver,
are visiting In the city, the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J.  E. Hawkshaw,  Fifth
' avenue.
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.
See Fales for Bed Lounges. Cua'--
nnteed goods at prices cheaper than
the cheapest.
W.   Brown,   tho  oldest   B. C.   E.   R,
conductor  in  the  service.  Is confined
to  his  residence  through  illness.
NOTICE.
Take  notice   that   I. Grace   Crulel
shank, of Matsqui, B.C., farmer's wilt
intend to apply to the Commlsslonei
of  Lands  and   Works,   Victoria,  for  a
license to prospect for coal and petrol
eum on and under the following described   lands:
Commencing at a post marked
Grace Cruickshank's. on X. E. corner
set of the Section line between Section 28 and 29, Tp. HI, New Westminster District, about 10 chains north
of the S. E. corner of Section 20;
thence south one mile; then west ono
mile; then north one mile; then east
one mile to the point of commencement;  640 acres.
GRACE CRUICKSHANK;
Matsqui,  April   IS,  1910.
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL"1
Market Square
PHONE 475.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Cold Watcjes for Ladi. s from $12./
op.
Silver Watches, gents' iv^on '^r
16.00.
Silver Watches, gt-nts' open cast
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and ISIgH
Watch, s.
Watch  repairing a  specialty.
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
$C?3!
f^i^;^^ Wm>M',m$r2,
'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.
COLUM 3. A STREET
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
.1
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On the Saturday Excursion to Chilliwack-the
Garden City of the Fraser Valley.     The   Royal
City Navigation Co,'s new  steamer "Paystreak"
has been chartered to make the special trip to
i
Chilliwack, Saturday, 7fch May
leaving B. C. Electric Wharf at 7:45 a.  m., re-
turning same day.
RETURN FARE, $1.50
Tickets on Sale at our Office
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
AUCTIONEERS
FRIDAY and
I
Saturday specials
In tke Hosiery Section
Summer Hosiery in great variety at prices lower than usual. No
.lore in British Columbia offers hotter hosiery values than are to he
bad in our hosiery department.
Boys* Heavy
Cotton Hosiery
25c  per  Pair.
Summer Hose of heavy cotton
knitted in line or heavy ribs
with plain or double toes and
heels. Black and tan. Sizes 5
to 10 inches.    Per pair, 25c.
Women's Cotton
and
Cashmere Hose
25c  per  Pair.
While. Black ami Tan Cotton
Hose in all sizes. Fast colors;
nicely shaped; double heels nnd
toes.     25c  per  pair.
All Wool Cashmere Hose���
Black only; plain and embroidered. On sale Friday and
Saturday. Regular values 30
and 35c.    Special 25c per pair.
FRIDAY and
SATURDAY
5
nap
New Barrefics
and Co mis
Each   25c.
Regulai  36 to 75c \. I ,      ,
���Vi
unusually large ovei  I
pels   ua  to  sacrifice  ,,
these at  once.    True i       n..
a lew are eld stock, bu
jority   ol  the   lines   ol       i
new and  up-to-date in
all tlie reductions am .
yon   will   see   at   a   glam ������  thai
we   mean   whal   we   saj
Ing  the  Immediate Bale   ��� ,
big   assortment   show q on ,l
centre  tables.     On   sal,. 1'ijj ..
and  Saturday.
..;
���
On
In Underskirts
,��� ��� -.���=~ - JL95  Each.
Regular values up to $:!.'jr>. Probably only one of a style .-���'��� Sateen
Moreen or Heatherbloom Taffeta. It is the odd lines that go on
sale and the price means un-isual value while thev last. Skirts
are made with full shirred and tucked flounces. 30 designs from
which to choose.    All sizes.    Friday and Saturday; each fl ������"'.
10 Dozen Colore! Was*-
Belts nnd 15 Dozen Turnovtr
and Wash Collars.. Special ,rj
day and Saturday to Cear, ioc
Each.
Silk and
Leather Belfs
25c Each.
Regular  35c  to  $2 0
Another    special    ilea-   ���  ���
Women's Belts; all co
Black  and  White   El i I     8
and   Leather   Holts.    On uli
each 25c.
w.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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Take Advantage Of Our
Cash Refund Offer
During May
/
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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