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 Ocean Park
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Camping
"WHITE  ROCK," THE   PLACE
WHITE, SHIUES & CO.
NEW   WESTMIM.;      'R.
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m DROWNED      ifOUR ARE INJURED     U08TWN6 bses damage   mystery df lost daby
ERASER RIVER Vi OIL WAREHOUSE i
..  rkof Police Fails Elmwood Plant is Licto I :..
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in'a  life  waa  not
.   n :   sotting  him oui
of the Kind that
iround  New  West-
Bt,, da]. it w..:- ain
'f   ty fi at��:' '���'���>! !:"'
u I.      The   tide   was   all
( IS known exactly �� hi   ���
I ���, ��� ; 0   IJO   linn    wa.-
ore the search  commenced.    The
��� t d off enough to let
tunch   in   between   her
;   and   a   small   area  of
\ i was thus created, prevent
urrent  from   carrying   the
a   Btream.     He  was   found
..  h-ei  from  the  place  be
I Clow was in the launch as-
tii       lilef Bradshaw in the work.
M.iy   Have   Been   Drinking.
��� ei overed it  was found that
i bottle of camphorated linl-
liit  in  Ids  breast  pocket   and  it   is
pl.at'1 ��� - that   he  bad  been  drinking.
i  often   been   convtctted   and
poilce    court    for    being
I ie lias also fallen in the river
but    managed  to  swim  out
It is likely that last night lie
��� ie wharf or tbe boat and was
Btunned  before   he  reached
it likely that an Inquest will
there seems to be no. doubl
��� death was result of accident.
Is at present lying at Blur-
nnd  the coronei   win  ci' clde
��� an Inquesl  is necessary,
ometimes called llatu Joe,
lltwack Indian arfd had had
n the Beaver ofl and on tor
I .il s.
i lated ai $25,000.
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IK CiTY OF NEW W     BAfri.ES SEJUECRING ARMY
DAY  OF  FUNERAL  TO  BE
OBSERVED  AS  PUBLIC HOLIDAY
Vlel    .     ' lay 15.���An extra
British Columbia Gazette issui .
terday afternoon contains the i
niation of Fridaj  the 20. as a day of
throuj  iou1  British
Columbia   as   it   -will   be    < t   ���
throughout   the    cm) lie.    in -.-���
te: ma
i atlon of Friday, Maj 20, aa a day oi
of May. has been fixed foi thi obs��
late majestj. K i.- c Ed
ward the Seventh; and whereas tbe
Baid day has, by bis excellency, the
governor-general been proclaimed as
a day of mourning, to be observed by
all persons throughout the Dominion
of Canada; and whereas, it is con-
Bidered advisable to appoint by proclamation, the said twentieth day ot
I May   as   a   public   hollda'y;
"Now. therefore, wo have thought
lit. by and with the advice of our executive council, to appoint the twentieth
day of May instant, to be a public bolt,
day. to be observed as a day of . on-
eral mourning within our province of
British Columbia."
Several   People   Struck   hy   Bolt   and
Rerdered  Uni oi r.���Five  Hun
dred  Thrown   into a  Par. ic.
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shed i
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phone opera) cl    ��� swtti
board and culled the flri   department
and    police    as   the   i <   om.
Quick wo;k prevented great loss from
a i
'6AU0AN KILLED IN
I   WRECK AT ASSKROfl
No   Trace   I   is   Been   Picked   Up   ot
-   Norman   France, Who  Dis-
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pie from a loni
every possible clev
Ip.  followed up.
Work and '; ������ .' I Trains in
Head-on Collision -- Cars
Tiled Up.
WIRE PtiOTOSVOM
10 \%' YORK
WOMEN   MUST  LEAVE.
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DISAGREEING.
Iry Trying Dr. Hyde for Murder Cannot  Reach  Conclusion.
II City,   May  15.���No  verdict
ei n   readied   by  the   Hyde
11 sent to its hotel by Judge
ioi tly before six o'clock to-
' I e Jurymen wen  told to bai-
��� i   hotel tonight.    The judge
uld be notified at bis home
decision   was   reached.
I1' Ij       everyone      connected
l case has abandoned all hope
��� "incut.     II'  no   v ei die!   is  rc-
I'li'-il bj Tues lay morning, the Jmy
i-i be il i harged,
|US IUNTAINING P01S9N
felEYED CAUSE BF DEATH
[ed9e Steward   Passes   Away   After
[Violent Attack of Sickness���Probably Took Overdose of Medicine.
'Vlldlng,    steward    on     the
'.' Ihllng,    died    On    Saturday
{ mdei circumstances which
'"j   '" poison  being the cause of
. He   was   taken   ill   when   the
I ' in_   up   the   river   on
Tt.urda>   morning,  hut  his  first   at-
P'K '   Blckneaa passed oft and be .lid
r;' .     '   afterwards.    When  near-
P '���    Westminster,    where    the
j^age was coming to tie up over Sun-
i��J.  Wilding  was   suddenly   taken   111
V"1'''.    As  soon   as   the  boat   an Ive.I
J'"        Green was allied, but Wild-
V," ^ing    when    the    doctor
r       Mm.
valise there was an envelope
I 'ison and it. is thought that
I        �� an overdeae of some of the
*"       ntalned In It.
"   Saturday afternoon an  Inquest
|o, , ,'1";1'  b,lt   ""-<������,   ">   the   en-
fw, absence    of    the    physician.
I ��� evidence win be the most Im-
��� :,'��� '��� ��� the hearing was deferred un-
London Crush Relieved.
London, May 15.���The beautifies-
tion ot London is slowly but surely
proceeding, Fleet street, impossibly
narrow for the amount of traffic dally
Bl tei Ing through It. is to be widened
at -.: coct of $10,000,000, an i old ea
tablished tradesmen already bave be
.un to move into temporary premises
Piccadilly also is in the throes of a
widening process that will entail on
expenditure of even more money than
the Fleet street scheme. Easl of
Temple Bar a new bridge is project
ed in Ol dl lo 11 !;e\ e the gre n i nf
tie across Southward and Blackfrulra
bi idges, There are already ti n
bridges between the Tower bridge and
the Suspension bridge at t-Iammei
sm it li. and the addition of another wlll
almost   transform   the   River   Tliam  B
Into  all   arcade.
GIRLS   FOR   WL��ST.
Immigrants In Hawaii Belong Largely
to White Slave Class.
Honolulu. May l. .���Fifiy per cent,
of the R - I Women in Hawaii are
booked for deportation, according to
t i atemenl trom a reliable source today Immigration officials have
learned thet in order to gel into
the country women p<-so as wives of
men who are not their husbands.
Later many of the women becoi i
"white slaves.'' it is alleged Nearly
half the Russian immi. ration women
in Hawaii aie in this class The federal .rand Jury is Invesllgattni the
matter, and it is probable than many
| :. Bl t Ullonfl   will   1 esiilt.
Salvation   Army   Is   Bringing  In   Party
of Domestics.
Montreal,   May   IB      A   party   Ot   150
young women who arrived al  Windsol
streel    Btatlon   from   the   S.   S.   Grnill-
pian comprised the flrsl organised
party of domestics brought lo t.'ijs
country from Qreat  Britain under the
auspices of the Salvation Army.
Lieut. COl. Howard .century of liiinil-
gratton, who Is in charge ol the party,
said the .Ills came from all pails of
the l'nited Kingdom.   The army pro
pOBOB,    be    added    In    bring    OUl    BOO
Fifty of the present party are bound
for Toronto, the rest for the west,
many of tbe Kills going to British
Columbia.
SCNS OL ENGLAND
TRIP TO HOMELAND
Im ,
o'clock tonight.
(In .iT 'online
V the men on the boat heard
,', remark a rRw days ago that.
:i|l I   he  dead   before  the  comet
���,,,' ' "   that   may  have   been   ft
'"lence.      His   companions
I , " Idea of suicide.   He  was a
"'���-��� sailor and was ueret
','.. > 'ime subject, to despondency.
|. I BS    rrom    Toxtlh    Park,
some years ago, and he has
id fatheT living there.    He
-   relatives,   but    they
Tbe   fact   that   his
.   '���  brother are living there
1   .,   4 ,'    ������'���'��� \   by   means   of   some
���^ in his valise.
Now Dally tor Lethbridge.
I.i thhrldge, May ir, A complete
printing outfit bus been ordered foi
the new daily, The Mews, and work
on the building to bouse Southern \l
bei in's    morning    daily    la    being
pushed      Lack   of  B   suitable   bull ling
[ has   retarded   the   Issue  of  the   paper,
hut the new building will provide ample accommodation.
PREACHER CLUBBED.
Irate Woman and Her Son in Law Attack Parson, in Public.
Vancouver, Wash.. May la.���A
Methodist preacher, an irate mother
and her son-in-law figured In a melr>
drama In real life Saturday at. tho
town of Rldgfleld, when Mrs. L. W.
Ixiwery and her daughter's husband
attacked Rev. ('. H. Sniythe, of Vancouver. In tlie street. While the man
beid the preacher the woman wielded
B club with such vigor that trie
preacher will be laid up in bed for
some time.
Mrs. Lowerv and her son-ln law
were arrested by the town marshal.
pleaded guilty to disturbing the
peace, and were fined gift each.
Mrs Lowery says the preacher Instilled'one of her daughters, to whom
he Is said to have been engaged She
attacked him at Pioneer last Sunday,
hut. he escaped.
flmythfi came here from Spokane
last. fall. He will file charges against
his assailants, he says, as soon as he
Is able  to leave his room.
la
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Comet's Tail  Loses Poison.
Washington. May 15.���Cyanogen is
now Is now practically ahsent. from
the tall or Halley's come*, according
to a dispatch receded today hy the
Georgetown university from the LOW-
[ell observatory of Flagstaff, Arizona.
Englishmen Charter (lux
"Royal George" For Voyage to Old Country in Fall
While Immigration  or  the  Bi lt.l ib
bom Into Camilla bids fail lo ex-
Cl eii   in   many    respects   all   pi. \ loll ;
records during the present vein, the
fall of the year win see an exodus
of Englishmen, returning to the home
land, which win result in the greal
est invasion of England b) Anglo-
Canadians which bus ever yet been
known, ll will be a baliday making
trip, and us the rales are all "return'
ii may be taken for granted thai thej
who undertake the home voyage have
fallen  victims to the  magnetism  of
of Canada in such a degree thnt only
a lew slum months will liny leslte
to leave the shores of the great "Empress of the North" to slightly change
the application of a phrase usually
associated wilh a certain Wai scare
sei io-coiiiedy now out of fashion, and
have not abandoned their Intention of
linking   'heir   destinies   with   thai   of
the Dominion
The excursion is organized by the
Sons of England lodges iii Canada,
ami the Idea was conceived by Rob<
eit Verity, a Toronto shipping agent.
who   Is   a   member   of  the   onlei    mill
who will act -i-; conduotoi or the
toui
The Royal George, of the Royal line
of iteamers  has been chartered  for
the occasion, and will leave Montreal for Bristol on .tui,  7, reaching
tiie English port on .Inly I". Here ft
reception will be given by the mayor
or   Bristol   to  the   visiting  members
Of the B. 'i E The party wlll leave
again  for Canada  on   August   "
During the Interval those who have
not a personal program for Ul - three
weeks in England will be able to take
advantage of ft personally conduced
tour hy Brother Robert Verity, points
of historic Interest and many beauty
spots of England, Wales and Scotland
will he visited. Four days will tie
spent. In London, Where the party will
he received hy the Canadian High
Commission,   Lord   Strathcona.
Then the party will leave by automobile for a  thirty-mile ride through
the poet's land of South Buckingham*
I shire.     The   last   three   days  of   the
j tour will be spent In Edinburgh.
The fare for the double trip,  from
I Toronto   to   Bristol   .will   he,   special
] second   cabin.   $112.50;   special   third
Icahin, $70;  while the cost of tbe tour
will he $100.
The Royal George, by which the
outward voyage will he made. Is a
practically new boat, and one of the
i finest and most luxurious steamers
afloat, ft is driven by turbine engines actuating triple propellers, has
sU passenger decks, spacious alcoves
with social halls, and Is fitted with
tlie latest  wireless equipment.
The excursion will not, be confined
to members of the order, but many
others who desire to take advantage
of the facilities offered wlll be enabled to do so.
I. O. O. F. Enterprise.
Albany.  X.V..   May   16.���The   appll-
...   Independent  Order    of
V   esters for permission to locate a
tuberculosis hospital at Rainbow lake
e Adirondack!?, for treatment oi
; ���    : ers of the order in this state,
has been approved by Dr. K   H   Porter, commissioner ot health.
\ : eai ������   collision b< work
-. .   ,
cm   Saturday  night  n
a   ''-. worl Piet
 cab
.   ������
���-   ��� ���
esti      y*i    inco      j
nents     D       s Of the wreck wer<
���        ���   the C. P   R.   bul
���   ,   ,  .    work tral        ���    an Its
ders in an all
caught ty
��� worl	
������������'	
  ....
1 ��� ��� y   are  beii f   carei
.    .  .  .
A  number of ca      wen    pile.1  up
on the  side of the track   but  no tie
-   to through traffic resulted, a work
    set to wors
��� li ���  mg  the  line.
King   George   to   Arbitrate.
Washington,  D.C  May  io.���Repre
sentatixes of the American and Chilean   goveinmc-ms   in   London   having
charge of tiie celebrated Aleop claim,
wliich was shortly to have been presented to King Edward for arbitration, have been informed by the Vnit-
e.-i States .--v-i nnirnt and that of
i that King George \ will dhder-
c.'-c the arbitration ot this claim and
tie matter win bo presented to him
aboul A\i.u<=i \ ne\t.
SLAVERY ABOLlSRtD
.    IN CUM EMPIRE
Millions of Human Beings
in China Cain Freedom by
New Law.
Seen Comet and Dier.
Oakland, Cal., May 15,���His desire
to view Halley's comet Caused the
���death of Frank H. Covert, ".vent..
'ears old. an electrical lineman,
shortly before tour o'clock this morning. He had climbed to ihe roof of
his home and made bis hed there.
He fell forty feet and died on the way
to the receiving hospital.
Russia to Expel Jews.
Kiev. Russia. May 15.���The expulsion of .lews residing illegally in Kiev-
will be resumed tomorrow. In some
instances a delay has been granted to
permit a Bettletoettt of their affairs.
but all of those nmked toi expulsion must leave tbe city before
June 14.
RAIN   IN MIDDLE  WEST
WILL   HELP  GRAIN  CROPS
\\ inttipeg, Mav- 16.���The provinces
of Saskatchewan and Manitoba gol B
good wetting down lb Ure iaBt twenty-
foui hours    Rain whleh sinned In 'he
VV e��H | n    pai I     Ol     ': ' ''������     ��� hi "  ���-'    '   ot
[night reached Biahitobs ,,ii- morning
:in.', ... splendid rain has beeti falling
lull day. The moisture will be ol Im
mi tise  vni'i-   i"  ||"  growlhg  gi ���'"
^though   ',">   ''tops   were   nol    ���;M"' i
ing   rain was needed al hiahy points.
EDWARD  BROWN  TO
CARRY   LIBERAL  BANNER
Washington, May IB The. Chinese
.government, by imperial reBCtiptj has
abolished slavery throughout the empire and baB prohibited henceforth
the purchase and sale of human be
lngs undei any pretexl The reform,
how t er. i.   nol  a1 together complete(
BB hy the . ���>. i ipl i 61 tain f"i U18 I I
slavery will Btl'l be toleiated. In B
lepoit   made  tO  tip1   stale   department
It is snld that the retainers of Man-
elm princes are not emancipated bul
it  is forbidden to call them   .laves
Thev have loiin enjoyed educational
and other privileges, although still
bound lo tneli  hereditflry masters.
The household slaves of lhe Mnn-
chus alsu Will lot gel emancipation,
but theli . ���' itus ii' dei the law Is Im
proved.    I'm   are  IU  be  regarded ns
hired servants, bul tbell Bervlces are
due for im Indefinite terms of veins  so
that they are In reality perpetual
slaves "nder this rescript the Im-
memorial practice nl selling children
in ('liliiB in I In ��� s i f famine or (lis
ti,,..} |a abolished, i< though they may
he hound for n spellled period, nol be
yomi the n. p of ift pears,
Concubinage is still pet mitl id, bui
there la lo be no bargain an l uale
Much concubines are to be man led
with propei legs' formality nnd they
win enjoy the protection of the law,
bui in reality th<    win be no bt ttei
thnn perpetual f'aves lo the principal
wife The reso Ip I? pnld to Un a compromise measure, bii, it win eventually give freedom io millions of bu
man beings, and it Is believed to mark
a distinct advance iti civilization.
Winnipeg, May 15.���Edward lb own
will be nominated in Bouth Winnipeg
for the ne\t provincial election In the
liberal interests, it is said thai W. ir.
Osborne accepted nomination In Diif-
feritt on the understfthdlng thai Mt.
Blown   would   be   B   '-an ltdate   Ul   ' '"
approaching election,
KING'S DEATH  UPSETS
VICTORIA   DAY   EVENTS
Victoria, May in.���All possibility df
1 holding the  Victoria  I'ay  celebiatlon
I was   abolished   when   the   Ponuhees
land   Quumielmn    Indians   declined   I,.
| take pari In the canoe race because
of the death of kihg Bdwarti. The
feature of the yearly cetebrdtibn has
always been the Indian war canoe
races,    for     which   cash   prises   -oe
! Offered, the Indians trainiiie for the
event  foi  three months In advance
I "The king was our best fiienl. He
Is Inn led on Hip twentieth. We cannot race on the twentj font th,' Bald
Chief Codpei'i of the Songhees tribe,
to the committee.
Newspaper  Plant  Gutted.
Niagara Palis, (day 11. riie office
of the Niagara Kails Gazeti ��� WbH
burned inst night.   The   plafli   and
equipment was valued nt $100,001    and
the loss wn= about hsif fist amount,
Cooperage Works  Burn
Winnipeg,    May    16     ihe   Bt -ens
Cooperage  works  in   Btmwood   vettt
d  Btroyed by  fire yester lay  aftetiocm.
The  loss  will   tot il   H0 000
AQUATIC PLANT CAUSES
PANIC   IN   INDOCHINA
Haigon. May le.-���A new danger hns
corne to Indo China, as destructive to
trade as sedition is to the administration of the hill districts.
A year or two ago some Japanese
goods came to Indo-China wrapped in
matting that contained the seed of an
aquatic plant. In an incredibly shoit
space of time the weeds spread and
blocked the waterways up nnd down
the county. Special clearing gangs
of workmen had to he organised to
keep the rivers free for navigation,
while cultivators had their expenses
heavily Increased by having to open
up the choked watercourses every
month or Ro.
Now the pest has spread to the
canals and even to the flooded rice
fields. Agilc.ulttirlsts nre panic
stricken, for the weeds threaten to
choke the growing crops. The most.
afflicted quarter Is along the west
coast of Cochin China.
A government commission Is now
visiting that area wiili a view to
adopting general measures tor lidding
the waters of tho plant, but so far
the prospects of accomplishment are
net rosy.
Died of  Heart  Failure.
St   Louis. Mo.. May  1.,   ,1. W. Van
Cleaves,    former    president    of    the
American Manufacture: s' assoc-tion.
died today at his home here of tl art
disease.
Roosevelt Leaves for Londoi.
Flerlln, May 15.���Kx-Piesident Root*
evelt left here at noon to lay for Lin-
don. Herr von Schoen, secretary of
foreign affairs, the members of the
embassy nnd ninny Americans hade
the party  farewell  at  the Station.
ft ewspapers   Te&t
. aph System 'With
Pronouiiced S access.
New York, Ma:     5     '     i tgra
lemoi "i  ta
��� ������ e tn
��� ���
��� -  -   wi ������ i ���
-    ���   '
who gathered '        K   eric
be an unqualified succesi
. ���   ,. , ,,. to-
e were received by
T. Thorne Baker   ihe Knglish elect.ro-
wi o took  c " -gi   oi
the mi this end ot  the line
He had   a  trained  assistant   ai   The-
Boston American office, who sent the
photographs over and received tho��
Baki        ���   -mitred.
Prominent   Men  See  T-
' New Yorkers whe;
wltnes 5Tnprised former
Judge K. H. Gary, chairman of th<~
Cnited States Steel ���'���  utive commit.
tee; Henry Clev-- kinghonse
of Henry Clewa & CO ; \\ llllam 0. fcfd
Adoo, president of the Hndsons Tunnels company, Fran'-  H-          ���'
manager of the Interhorough  Metre
politan   Rapid    Transi'    Co.:    \V aide-
mar Kaempt'eri. representing Charleas
Allen   Mnnn. publisher  of  The  Sclett-
>, ..   American; William J. Hammerer,
a consulting ehglneei .  W. 0   Wood-
presl-dent Of the New York & Queen
Connty  railway.   Dr. Hobart. a tech
nichal  editor of  Collier-    I < I  li ts M.
Severeym,    representing    a    London
scientific  publication,  and  Arthur  B.
Reeve, of Hampton's magazim .
Tbe demonstration occupied an
hour. For the purpose ol thi tests
twe Wirt - " ��� bi l aside by the American Telegraph and Telephone company, it \. i"<""liy gave ot ei I" o
wires, one to be devoted to tbe send
ing and receiving of the phbtographfl
aha ihe othei to be used for the purpose of establishing direct telephone
communication between Ba&ei and hla
assistant.
11 t.i, ctrograph cohsists ��� t two
machines exactly -alike, and lt Is from
'he cylinders, resehiblihS those ���'��� the
11 ���.."������! h, that the photi graphs are-
ti ,,_-.. iited VA hi ������ -i plctun 11 sent,
[rom one - hd ol thi wire lhe twin
machine at the Opposite end receives
it. 11 is merely �� rhatti i ol switching
the current by means of leverSj to
maki the ihachine deceive Or Betid a
photograph;
it took exactly six minutes tor Judge
I tai ��� b photogi aph ' - ������ ���- i  thi  wire.
The picture when received was six.
inches square, the tlhfoii plate at the
Uoston end. be!n . of like prnportlrjhs.
The Committee was thrilled by the;
renmikahle  work   of  the  machine  as
II traced out the work of the photo
graph.
As a work oT atUstlC tepto ltietldn
lhe BhotOgi-aph was executed supertv
ly. when judge Gary saw the completed photograph he exclaimed:
"That's an excellent picture.    I! ia
a marvelous Invention.    To have wlt-
neSsed   this   demonstiallon   has   been
a raie privilege,    ll is one of tlie won
dei s of llie age."
Pictures Sent to Boston.
Later a photograph of Mr. Mtmrt
was sent over the wires from Boston.
Afterward Maker's assistant at Bbk\-
ton transmitted a photograph of it
yoUhg woman, and this was tli" best
of the day's work. Baker then sent
Hie photographs to Boston, and the result was declared to be eminently-
satisfactory.
Mi. Hubert, who has made a Study
of wire photography, expressed the
opinion that Tho ftew York American
system, ns shown, will be practical in
newspaper work when the sending of
photographs is desired
Baket will remain in New York this
week Wotktng out  the system of wlr<?
photography Bach day photographs
will be transmitted between the offices
of The N'ew York American and The
Boston American,
Eminent Gecbglst Arrivis.
N'mv Yoik. May IS.���A distinguished visftor to this country ls
Douglas Mawson, professor geology
nt the University of Sydney, Australia,
who is passing through on his way
home. He reached here today on the*
Lusltanla and will sail for Australia.
from Vancouver in a few days.
BOILER  EXPLOSION  KILLS
THREE  MEN AT CHEWTOWN
TREATY   IN   1?76   Irf
READY   FOR   RATIFICATION!
Pittsburg, May 15.���A batte'-y ot
flve hollers exploded at the plant of
the Diamond Coal and Coke company
at Chewtown, Washington county, today, killing three men who were ln
the boiler house,nt the time. Six
others, including employees and residents in the dozen or more houses
nearby, were injured, but none will
die.
Pope Writes to King.
Rome, May 15.���The Tribuna says
today that tho Pope has written to
Kim; George V. of England conii'atu-
lating His Majesty on his demand for
a modification of the oath of accession. , |
Washington, D.C, May 15.���A treaty
for the settlement of claims between
Great Britain and the United States,
some dat in.-, hick to 17"fi, has been
approved by Secretary of State Knox
and wlll be put up to the senate for
ratification. After that It will go to
the British Foreign ollice.
The treaty provides for four arbitrators and an umpire
To Regulate Manila Tobacco.
Manila. May 15.���At the retiuust of
the Manila Tobacco association the-
collector of Internal revenue has undertaken to regulate the exportation
of cigars to the United States. According to the understanding, eachr
shipment must contain high grnd<�� tobacco to a proportion of not less ttians
thirty-five per cent.
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HE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,   MA ���
'- 1910.
Classified Advertisements
HA '.TED.
IV ANTED
waitress*
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For all I
JOB   PR
Phone   695
or l< ive orders at
The   Arrow   Press
.let    .
;T, NG Good Oppprtun|t|es
V.
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HIRD  CLASS  E
���
I     .    ��� i D. B. Ha
BRENING & COMPANY
Ge-erai   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
We Can De:.^er the  Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Eank BIcH.
Co-ner Columbia   3nd   Begbie  Streets.
New Westrrinst'r B. C.���Prcre 686.
B'.ig.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Hee:   Northern   Crown   Bank
G' . un -i   F   -:".
Phone 646.
Ocen Evenings for Ycur Benefit.
Free   a.-to   ride   to   Burnaby   ever/
t 10 a. m. and 2 p. m
number  14 and  15,   I
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Long
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lumber
of 1
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In a d - tn the
..ON.    LULU    ISL-
vVe have the exc -sive sale of some
choice building lots m Burnaby. The.-
.   .-. thin two blocks c< car line and-
. ie   view  is  un5urpas��r
The   prices are  wit
1-3 cash and $10 per month
TrilT.GS THAT PARIS NEEDS. MAIL   SERVICE.
Curious  Trifles That  Are   In   Demand       Following are I   ���
Arrong the   Wealthy. and        .
e rea   ns minster postofS e i
live ti . - ' ach case beh
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lired Its sou b ai d C. I'   It. .
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The   mall   for .
trict, Claybui n and -
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LIWACK, S      IAS, VAN     IUVER
NORTH     AXD     SOUTH     VANCOU ���
:     .
I .'jnth.
FOR   SALE.
City of Xew lup.   Write or Come and See Us for  P
FOR  S VLE���Nl
i . ��� made to ordei
ta . :    -                             ... five
i, . ��� ���    .        dining    ��� I   .
and il.    Set I ��i  I 12. I'.. mi
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FOR  SALE���GOOD   VIEW   LOI   ON
..... ��� .     I x 148; bi
Twelfth   Btreel   and   cut-oft.
owni ���. Box  .'.
Colli ���.
FOR    SALE     I    G ��L :���'���,:    CABIN
i.. inch,   ������   i . 35  feel
loni.    Ap] Ij   foi ;   rtl   ��� a  .  to  G.
Il.ii m y,       .   ;: a              et,  City.
FOR  -  VLB OR RENT���Modern  I i
tsbed,  six  .- oomed  hous ���-.   clo e  to
cur.   Apply, 434   Sixth Btreet, I iy
FOR BALE���SURREY; TEN ACRES,
S, D. 13, northwest 1 i i ection ll',
towm hip 2. Price $250 pi i acre
l-.i cash; balance 6, 12 and ifc
mi i . . Addi -. b N. H., News Of-
fice,
I cei tlfica ���        ees In
: meantime     lid objection be made   ^^.^^
ticulars.
LULU   ISLAND���We   have
. lsh
acres of |     I -     len land
ne T.     ���
-   in writii
C. S. KEITH.
Distrii t B< ^:s-rar Of 1 U
Land Ri      try Offlci    New Westminster, B.C., May 12, 1910.
Canadian   Pacific   Railway
BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
V/e Can  Deliver tne  Properties.
Roorr.s 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldq.
Corner Columbia  and   Begbie  Streets
New Westminster B. C.���Phone 635.
r,r spatched by wa;  - .   .
.... 8   i
with a who!      luding all 1
  ���  ��� and Hall's Prairie, I ���
A  SNAP���Three  acres ot fine  garden _    . (|:,,,,. ,;.....,,..   ,,���   -,   .,
nd fruit land  near tram .    to    r!.:in    hair Saturdays.
i    ner.    Pri ���   1360 ; ���-.        ���    ���   -. es   to    ch in tooth-     All Surrey malls ai ,.
 __  clean nail brushes Cloverdale   excepi
^    .,   lDli so on " Imere and  Fi
i   i   ��� I er on  the   Port   G
LANGLEY���E0   acres, the    N.
S. !���:. -i of Sec. i i, Tp. i".
I ca
per }'<   r.
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Special Trip
"SS. PRINCESS MAY"
To Prince Rupert and
Stewart
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner  Columbia  and   Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
Forty  acres  on   Hjorth   road, at   $12i
l er acre.   This is a great bargain.
  Cleared   lot,  66x143, on   St.  Andrew's:
"   _               ,             v   0   below   value.     Inquire   abou:
On May 25 the   8, B. Princess May        lt)is
leaves  on  a  special   trip  to  Prince |      ' ������.	
i
otectors, t I      '' "" a.in.    \ an i
  ;     ���  _ jections In   ro    Central Pa       via 1
CITY���Lot  2  and   3  in   Blks.  6  and   7 way.
S. B. I     n Seventh avi :. ie.    Prici lit       I        funnel." '������'������  p.n
e to pour berland  and  ��
-   , In travi i       er (Tuesday
l :30  p.m.���Ladni
ee of con .        i I   points, Easl Burn
Burquitlam, bj  ci
"A novi        . - p.m.���Vancouvi
���  mk mi  li ad pi Hi Siding, via O. N. R
- Lead  pellets?" 3   p.m.- Clovi nl
Cert ilnly:   the Bhot    \ t into Porl Kells, di Uy, I
little cu] k pei ei   Thursday, Fridaj ai
I "'���/
i   BJ       : ms.
BURNABY���Two       .    acre    lots    near
���    m   ii:..-  and   store.      I': ���
���- . - .
BURNABY   SNAP   ���   3   34   acres   in
ii.    L.    1 16.      I': I  ���     ������-
bi lam ���   6,  12  and   18
: ii nths.
FOR    SALE���GOOD    WORK
Rupert, where a stop of part of a day Lulu Island lots, in Lot 22, from $250
will be made. Tlience to Stewart j up. These are only about one-half
where  the  steamer  will  spend  from     the price others are asking.
   one  to  two  days,  giving passengers  ���	
SAM   an  opportunity   of   visiting   the   new '��� Cloverdale���40 acres; good house; big
g them."
"Are there many who use them!
"No; hut they are i
TAXES   PROMPTLY   PAID.
(2,800 lbs.). Sound.   Al   - a an.i boom  mining town and mines in the ,
->   (new).    Apply  A  N.  Mac- vicinity.
kay,  Burnaby Lake V. 0., B. C. A short stop will also be made at
 ��� ��� Prince  Rupert on  the return  trip.
Foil    SALfi ��� MAGOON    STRAW- ROUND TRIP FARE .50
berry    runners.     Specially    grown including meals and berth.
froia young plants, Four doll li .-.
per thousand. L. Claude Hill, Burnaby Lake, P. O.
FOR HALL - BPEED LAUNCH
"Vi-e." 33 ti et, long, 4 feet 6 Inches
beam; fully equipped with Hi H. P.
four-cylinder "f'owle" engine, together with dynamo. In first, class
working order. Speed 11 miles per
liour. To be seen at our docks,
Front street. The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
ED. GOULET,
<". B. FOSTER, Agent, C.P.R.
Ass. Gen. Pass. Agent
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barn;   10  acres  cleared  and  cult!
vated.     Cornering   on    two
roads three quarters of a mile from
tram. $125 per acre for a few days
only.
LANGLEY���160 acres, S. W. ' . of Sec.
6,  Tp.   10,  2,1    '     I feet of {
fir.   No ti-nber lease.   A number of
bi all  mills in  the       ��� ��� ���"���      Prii ���
$45  per acre:   1-3  cash,  balance  1
.- -, I 2 vears.
���������---                    Money   in   L.irge   Amount   Being   Remain   SURREY���Best   buy   In   Surrey..   160 ceived by the Provincial Treasury. .
acres one mile from tram line and Victoria.   May   15.���No   better   Indi-
Great   Northern   Ry.    Price   $57.50 cation of the conditions    ot    general
: on Tm Bda;   u
i 01 ���!.  Tui - :   '���   and  I
p.m.���Vance ivi
Lake, via  B. C  Eh
urday an extra mail I
Vi toria via Vane im
Bl tine   and   Seati ���
1'.   8.   points,  easti. N. u. "Flyer.1
per acre;
trrms.
Real Estate
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO    LET���COMFORTABLE    ROOM
for f*ie or two ,adies, close to car.
816 Hamilton street, city.
TO RENT ��� COMFORTABLY FUR-
nlshed bedroom, Apply 713 Trew
street, city,
LOST.
LOST ��� SILVER WATCH, SWI8SJ
movement, No, 1527:;.;.;, ease No. x
304529; 15 jewels, s. K. Cameron IJ
will pay a liberal reward to finder J
on  returning  same to Dally  News  X
Ofiice. ' *
VS.
Mortgages
x
LOST on Columbia Btreet between
Alexander and Sixth streets, silver \_
brooch trimmed with gold. Finder T
return to tbe City Paint. Shop, 37 [2
Alexandra street, and receive re-lj
ward. IT
LOST���THURSDAY NIGHT, CUFF
With Masonic bar cuff link. Finder
please return to .News Office.
LABOR AGENTS.
<"IOAST LABOR AGENTS! MANA-
ger U. ./. Sykes), 62 Powell street,
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male lir-J p. Ring us up, wire or
Write lf unable to visit  us.
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Applications will be received by the
undersigned up to May 16, at 5 p. in.,
/or the position of city Treasurer.
W. A.  DUNCAN, City Cleik.
City   Hall,  April  26,  1910.
DOTTED BROTHERHOOD OF AMKR.
ica No. 2 meets every Tuesday evening. Cunningham's hail, Sixth
street. Trustees, M. (). Fraser, D.
McNee and w. H. Fraser, Vancou
���ver, A. II. Tupper, authorized organizer   for   New   Westminster.
The local agency of the Oliver Type
wilier Co., is at. "��',, Columbia Street,
three doors from the B. C. B, R, car
nt at Ion. It, cost you nothing to try
this machine and only a small cash
payment to gi t one, when satisfied
with your test, save 17 cents a day,
that  pays the  balance. **
$25 Cash
$2r) monthly purchases
Quarter acre lot at Edmonds.   Trice .$400
W. S. Rose
Trapp Blk.     Phone 655
115,0011 walling to be put. out on In-
-lido, will-Improved city property, W.
I.   Kerr,  CM    Columbia Btreet. **
For   Geraniums,   Dahlias   and   all IZ
kinds of spring Bedding Plants phone
Davis' Greenhouse, u 208. **
For a pleasant  cool drink, try the x
lea Cream Sodas al Tim Royal Cafe. ������
Some of our shrewd clients
aie 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
to eight per cent. Is good for
such high class, gilt edged security���ln fact there is no security better than a mortgage
on improved real estate which
has withstood all the scrutiny
given morgages which passes
through our hands. They feel
that with such mortgages
they can sleep pretty comfortably���no anxiety as to a possible drop In value.
If real estate has done well
for you, or if you are for any
reason looking for the greatest security In Investment, It
will pay you to see us and
talk over the matter. Our
knowledge Is at your disposal
without charge. Years of experience and study of financial
matters of all kinds fit us to
speak with some degree of authority.
Are   you   looking   for   a   farm
we can show you two money makers in the Delta. These can be
bought on easy terms and are suitable  for  subdivision.
6   Lots   near   Orphanage;    $2,700;    %
cash, balance 6, 12 and IS months.
Mails   Receded.
8:30 a.m.���Vancou
Then   COQUITLAM���Have a buyer for acre-  aske(1 for or desired |   _ _ tound in   Including   I".   B.   D
ane  anywhere   along  tho  Canadian   the   readiness   with   which   provincial   (except   Tuesday i   y|
prosperity      prevailing      tbrouj
British   Columbia   could   possibly   be
Pacific   railway   beginning   at   Sec. j taxe8 are this year being paid���even   railway,
Two lots close to Queen's park; splendid view: high and dry. Price
$1,750 for the two; terms. Enquire
about this.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia  and   Begbie   Street:
Phone 680.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Tenders for Power  House  Equipment.
23 to Sec. 8, | before tbe expiry of tlie prompt pay-  BEE  COPY
TTTrTrTr^Z    7r\ c    7.       j. ��_n  ment period entitling the contributors      !':(l11 to 10:00 a.m.-
SURREY-10 acres on Scott road; $80 .^ (o ��� b_Defl|
per acre.    We can take you to this
the   twenty-five   per    cent    discount,!    9:16 a.m.���Vancouvei
which   this   year equalizes   tie   1910   via C N. it.
reductions  In    taxation.    Almost    as      8:30 a.m.���C. P. !(  i
soon  as  tax  notices  were sent    this   Sapperton,   Fraser   ' I C ���
year  checks  in   liquidation   began   to  lam.
come in to the stressor's offices. Tax-      12:00 p m.���C. P. R. east
payers   have  until   the  30th  of  June      1:00 p.m.���Vancouvi |
lln  which tn recure the discount, yet   and  Fraser Arm.
lalmost   Immediate   payment   upon   ie       1:30 p.m.���Fast Bun I
WILSON, COOK & CO. ceipt of the assessment  notices  has     2:80 p.m.���Burqultlai ���������[
Office:   Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg., Im en  the policy of  numerous    large]    8:16 p.m.���Blaine and |
property in 20 minutes ln our ma-1
chine.     The   owners    nf    the     10-
acre blocks on either side are asking  18.000 for their blocks,    there- j
fore we quote this as a snap at this
price;   Vi   cash,   balance  6  and   12]
months.
Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd.
T.   R.   PEARSON,
Manager   N.   W.   Branch.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
tin- undeisigned, and marked on the
envelope "Tender for Power House
Equipment," will be ieceived at the
ofiice of the Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway, at Ottawa,
Ont, until )2 o'clock noon of the 25th
day of .May, 1910, for the equipment
necessary for power house in connection with t! r> shops east of Winnipeg,
including watei tube boilers, mechanical stokers, feed water heaters, engines, gene, ators, air compressors,
| pumps,
Plans and rpecifications may be seen
in the office ef the Chief Engineer of
the Commissioners, Mr. Gordon Grant,
at Ottawa, anu in il.e ofiice of the District Engineer of tlie Commissioners
at St. I!nnifa��e, Manitoba.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed form supplied by
the Commissioners, which may be had
jon application to the Chief Fngineer
at Ottawa, i.r to the District Fngineer
at St. Boniface, Man.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed hy all the parties to the tender.
and witn*"3ed, and be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
Bank of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the older of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway,
for a sum equal to ten per cent
(10 p.c.) of the amount of the tender.
Any person whose tender Is accepted shall within ten days after the acceptance thereof sign the contract,
specifications, and other documents required to be signed, and In any case
of refusal or failure on the part of
the party whose tender is accepted to
complete and execute the contract
with the Commissioners, the said
cheque shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure, and all contract rights acquired by the acceptance of the tender sliall he forfeited.
The cheques deposited hy parties
whose tenders are accepted will he
| deposited to the credit of the Receiver
General of Canada, as security for the
due and faithful performance of tho
contract according to its terms.
The cheque deposited by parties
whose tenders are rejected will be
returned within ten days aftor the
signing of the contract.
The right Is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
Hy order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway.
Ground Floor.
Phone   6^6.
Open Evenings 'or Your Benefit.
PUSHING  CAMPAIGN.
Government   Forces   Assume   the   Aggressive in  Nicaragua.
Managua,   May
here  that    General    Chavarria,  with
corporations,  banks,  and    large    pri-  eluding all U. S. points
I vate property owners, 7:00 p.m.���Revelstoki
as  A  result,  February's  voluntas   P. U, intermediate poinl
tax  remittances Wi re more Mian one-
third in excess of these of the corresponding month of 1909;   thoi -  of
I March  last more than  doubled  those
of  the   last previous   March;     while
j April   showed     an     almost     equally
15���It  is  reported hoav>'  advance.    On   present   Indies
tions the prompt payment of tax receipts this year���and more especially   Fales
about   1,000   men,  has   begun   an   at- during June���will   be   far   and   away
tack on Ralla.   The steamship Venus,(the  heaviest  in  any  year in  British     South    Westminster    pn
Columbia's history. handled by Hah   Bros
  Ltd,    Call In and see them,
Money   to  loan  on   wi
city  property.   Can   taki
:   "   I   pi 11] osll 'ens   now.
63 1  Columbia street.
To   Finnish   an  OfiT.'e
with   guns   and   ammunition   for   the
government, has arrived and will proceed  to  Bluefields   x -ith the object  of Got Dominion Charter,
blockading that place. Ottawa,   May   1.'. ��� Thc     Vancouver-
Tlie government,  lias Issued a    de- Prince  Rupert  Ranching Co., of  Van- j plants   for   the   gardfen'
cree that  all    Atlantic ports, except couver, has been Incorporated with a   Florist, can suit  yon to
Greytown,  shall  be closed. capital of $300,000,                                      thing ln that line.
wi I put before you some
Spring   Is   here���how
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Dated at Ottawa, April 27, 1910.
Newspapers insert Ing this advertisement without authority from the
Commissioners will not he paid for It.
OPERA  HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
May 18���The Prince of Tonight.
May 21���Juvenile Hostonlnns.
May 2!>���Jessie MacLachlan.
June 2���Dorothy Morton.
June 30���The  While  Squaw.
HERE IT IS!
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
.jasEOEsaKiBsaaaB; M0NDAY. MAY  16,
1010.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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Netware
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
UNION LODGE, No. ;i, a. f. g ,\.
M.���The regular meeting of this
Lodge is held on tl e flrsi Wedni i
day in each month, al 8 o'clock pm.>
in the Masonic Temple. Dr. \V. A.
DeWolt Smith, secretary.
Crates    Just
j    ,ned and   Placed
Stock
A T
jj ��� -
imbia
tminster, E. C.
-. .-..-��� .....
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KING SOLOMON LODGE, No. 17,
A. F, X- A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge are held on the
second Tins,Iny iii each month In
the .y asonlc Temple al I p. m. P.
Broad, secretary.
L.  O.   L.,   No.  1160.���Meets    ln    the
K. of P. building, cornei ol .'   ���
and Eighth stn i t i, on the i'.i
third Fridays of i ach month, Hi
Bennett, \.'. :.:., ni n j, .-
secretary.
Not Holding Its Own
London,  May  IB.���Speaking    at    a
meeting in Wesleyan hall yesterday In
lj:l,':,""  '" ������ ' n( visit to Canada,
r"; l!"'"" perka said ho could not
'"'l' ��oUng that Methodism there is
noi holding IU own. lie found the old
;' ��� ' ring method of the Methodist
practically abandoned and the
'��� ' church In Can ida had b -
1   ' ���   mere isolated coi    -    itl ms.
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1 I lngs of this ���
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EI| hth sl of Ca nai .   n
stret      ��� Friday i v. nl .
o'ciock.    II.  J,   Li      '.   G.;   \V.   II.
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are   bi Id   In    Oil    Fellow -    -
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everj   Monday  evening at 8 o'clock.
.1. Ferguson, N. G.; W. C. Coatham,
P.  G.,   r cording   secreta y,   it.   A.
Moore,   financial   secretary.
HARMONY   ENCAMPMENT, Xo.   2,
1.    0.    <).    F.��� Meets    every    second
and fourth Wednesday or the
month in I. 0. 0. F. h ill. Q - irge
Aiiams. grand patriarch; E. L. W b
ber. scribe.
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.'.'ESTMINSTER BRANCH,
,  D. BRYMNER, Manager.
ral Waters
Aerated Waters
L  O.  O.  P.,  Beulah  Rebekah  lodge
No. fi���Tin- regular meetings of
this I ilre are b -Id i.i n ����� Odd I
Pehows' hull. Eighth street, corner of Carnarvon street, every flrst
and third Thursday of each mont!
at S o'clock. Mrs. May Matheson,
N. C; Miss M. D. Johnston, secretary.
A. O. I'. W., Praser Lolg- Nv 3���
Meetings the first and third Tuesdays in eacli month. Lodge room,
A. O. U. W. ball, Odd Fellows'
block, Clarkson .treet. C. S. Co-
rl. nn. recorder; George Salt, mat
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ARCHITECT
R^oni   6.  Guichon Building.
Phone   631
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At   Dick   Benson's   Old   Stand,
8th St., Next to Fashion  Livery.
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ARCHITECTS
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:-.v   Westminster,   B.
A. CAMPBELL  HOPE
And  at 336  Hastings
at
Vancouver,
B. C.
C. A. C.
St..   W.
Phone
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JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates
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Job   Print
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Cloverdale
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Cloverdale, B, C.     L. D. Phone.
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CANADIAN    ORDER,    W.    O.     W.,
Camp N'o. 53, meets in t'ne old I.
O. O. F. ball. IX S. Curtis. Con.
Commander; F. O. Canfleld, c'.erk.
NATIVE SON'S OF ii. C, Posi No. 4
���Meets every third Thursday of th ���
montli in K. of 1\ hall. M..T. Phillips, Chief factor; Angus McCol.,
secretary.
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ROSE  OF  COLOMBIA   LODGE   NO.
115. B. O. E. Ii. 8.'���Meets every Bee-
ond and fourth Wednesday evening
In tlie K. of P. hall. P. i\. Drown,
president; ii. iii.uey, secretary.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at S p. ni. In the Eag.e*'
hall. Columbia street. Ii. Sclio-
field, secretary.
QRANITE LODGE NO. IG, K. OF P.���
Meets every Thursday at 8 p. m.
in the K. of P. hall. W. T. Cooksley, C. C:   A.  McDonald, K.  of  R.
and S.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, Lord of the Isles
Camp lfil���Meets on tlie second
and fourth Tuesdays of every
month In K. of P. hall. Chief, A.
Hale-row, j. J, Forrester, recording
secretary.
COURT BRUNETTE, No, 409ii. I. O.
F��� Meets the fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'ciock In the small
hall, Odd Fellows'hlock. J. B. Hush
ton, Ci. R.; F. B. Maxwell, recording
secretary.
ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE���Meei every Thursday at 8
o'clock p. in. in Odd Fellows' hall,
Columbia street. Se .>ct Councillor,
W. F. Haggman; recording secretary, George Burr,
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL
1283 ���Meets second and fourth
Mondays at 8 p, m. in St. Patrick's
hall.
A. O. F.���Court Royal Columbia No.
880$, meets In Knights of Pythias
hall on the first and third Fridays
of each month at 7.130 p. m Vh-
itlng brethren welcome. J. J. Randolph, secretary.
States Considering Smaller
Size of Paper Money.
Chicago, May 15.���A special from
Washington Bays; A reduction In tne
size of the paper money of thc United
States will b^' made if BecretaQ of
the Treasury Franklin McVeagh accepts recommencutions that will bo
made to him Within a few weeks by a
committee of tni-my ollk-idir. appointed to investigate this and other
propose.!   i it'iiiT...
The object oi th*' proposed change
is to supply tli. country with a size
of currency mue convenient for handling and ij savi the government
$600,000 a .>e.ii in paper and engraving.
The new fi/ud bank note to be
recommended is about three-fourths
as large as tne not*-, now in circulation. The presoit files are of a size
that has be-a the standard for generations.
An expori n< nt o' tl e advantages of
the changes has hem made with the
Philippine Ish'iul ci. rency, which is
engraved a. the Utasury, The Philippine bank ii lie is about three-fourths
the size of '.ne American bank note,
and is extrem������';��� -.inactive in appearance.
Un account of the smaller size, five
instead of four notes can be engraved
on a page of currency note paper,
and this, in addition to the economy
of paper, means a tremendous saving.
Centra! Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner   Eighth   St.  and   Fifth  Avenue.
PHONE   370.
Teaming
pressing.
DEALER IN
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730   FOURTH   ST.
PHONE   R527
:r?:i"rgarj*cMsrerttrw��M
B.C. Mills
Timher and  Trading
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Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS.   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED   WORK,   FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster
Box   12''
Easterorook Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7  per  bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL. .$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR 14.50 per Bbl-
EXCELLENT  SHOWING
MADE    BY   JAPANESE
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT 8TREET,
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
|l-2 Acres at Tlnteianii
[ronting Yale road. $3500
|h, balance  to   arrange.
|quire at
S. O. PAULSEN
Tirnbcrland P. O.
(A GOOD    FRIEND     ALWAYS
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The Hank of Toronto
safe while you leave
idy -when you need It,
m 1 it will be
WlThe Time
Tor you three per cent.
'   t.    Small  or large sums
'    deposited at any time.
FOR
see Joseph Travers
Trice $2,400; small cash payment
12,500 on
location.
easy   terms.
Price   for   lease
ami
'i Ice only
Price  i'~,-W\
80   BRANCHES
Ontario,   Quebec   and
West.
the
CAPITAL
REST
.$4,000,000
.  4,750,000
ankofToronto
'   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
J- Gracey, Mgr,
NEW
$i,ln(i each; on easy
easy
7-roomed house, all modern
balance $20 per month.
s roomed house close to ear. Price
Rooming ln'iise;  -1  rooms;  good
contents, $1,200; $800 oaah.
10-room modern house on fill size lot on Third avenu
$3,800,   Easy terms.
7-roomed modern house close to  Columbia Btreel
$.",iio cash, balance Ul<o rent.
Two B-roomed houses close In.    Price only
terms,
U-roOmed  house;   close  In.  Price $3,000 on easy terms.
We have houses for sale in all parts bf the city and on very
terms.   Consult us ir you want to buy a home.
Two lots on Twelfth  street   Price only $!H)0 for the two;  1-.   cash,
balance over two years.
Two lots on Twelfta street ear line.    Price  only  $860  each;   l-',\
cash, balance 6, 12 and IR months.
Two lots corner of Regina l-sl/e lot on Third avenue.
$2,000; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months,
Two lots on comer of Seventh avenue
$1,300; i "��� cash, balance 8 and 12 tnpnths.
One  full-sized  lot  on   Nanaimo street.    Price $050.
Lots  13  and   14  near   Windsor   street   backing   on   Cunningham
street.    $2,100 per lot;  1-3 cash,
Lot on Hamilton street.   Price $660 on terms
Two lots on Edinburgh street
Pi Ice only
and  Fourth  street.    Price
balance 6 and 12 months.
for the two.
We lmve also 6 and 10-ftcre
and up,   See us about them,
close to Twelfth street.   Price $1,300
blocks In Surrey  ranging from $125
Travers
REAL ESTATE
Walker Block, Next to Todd's Music House
AUCTIONEER
Phone 703
London, May 16.���The Japanese
exhibition at the White City. Shepherd's Bush, London, was opened
to the public yesterday. On account of
the national mourning the ceremony
planned for the l'nst day was omitted. Although called Japanese-British, this year's exhibition depends tor
its success almost entirely on tlie efforts of the Japanese government
and big commercial companies of
Japan, who are making exhibits
showing every phase of Japanese life
and customs.
The British war and admiralty departments have Interesting exhibits
i.eid'.'t'nr the progress of the "sister
services" anl ie machinery hall there
Is n bi'j. dippiay of textile machinery.
il'nitisl- ail Is &'so well represent..!
the Into King Fdward having loaned
a number of p'ctures and other
works of art funi the royal collection Otherwise the Halle and
grounds nre given over to .Japan and
it is s-'ld thnt n .thing like the Japanese collect ions have heretofore been
seen OutSWt) of .11, an
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SPENDING   MONF.Y   ON
IMPROVING DELTA  DYKES
estminster
Lots at $150 Each
We have for sale a block of large lots
situated in the very best part of South
Westminster. Will be sold en bloc at
the low price of $150 each. This Is
$100 a lot below anything in the vicinity. Terms, one-third cash; balance,
G, 12 and 18 months.
Delta municipality is figuring on
spending $40,000 this year in placing
the dyke facing on the Gulf of Georgia
In permanent repair. A large sum ot
money has already been expended on
this dyke. So far wooden cribbing
has been used, but this has been
found to he ineffective against the
heavy sea that heats In dining the
winter. It ls now proposed to use
concrete and crushed rock ln building
substantial   protection   to  the  dyking.
The Provincial government has
made a grant of $li),oi)u towards ' ie
work and may give another similar
amount, a deputation from Delia
Waiting on the government last week
with this request and receiving a sympathetic hearing.
1
on 2nd Street
Between 8th ?nd 10th Avenues
ots
LORD LONSDALE'S
ENRAGES
ORDER
WHITEHAVEN
Whitehaven, England,    May 15.���A
storm of  protest  was   raised  yesterday  when   Lord  Lonsdale,  owner  of
' the  Wellington, mine,    decided    that
1 there was no hope of Having 137 entombed miners and ordered the mine
[sealed   by   the   authorities   until   the
Are dies out.   The police had difficulty
:in restraining the families of the en-
'tombed men from attacking the initio
owner.
Prices  from $250 to $375
There Is absoltitt ly nothing cheaper to
be got in city property.   This is a good
chance.   (Jet in now.
The British Canadian Securities
Co nip]]/, Limited
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:    Thc Dominion Trurt
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,  MAY
16, 19io.
The Daily Hews
ALEXANRRA.
"Tlie   old   order   changeth,   giving
Published by TDe Dally News Publish-1piace  t0  tlie  new."    Few   Britons oi
tag Company, Limited, at their offices, ithe present generath n remember that
Corner   of ' McKenzie   and    Victoria happy day in the year 1S03 when the I
Streets young Prlnoe oi N.-i'es and his royal
 ���. ���J^^_���^���~~~���. I bride   were   so   enthusiastically  wel-
C. A.  Paige Managing Director' comeed   home.     What   a   contrast   in \
\ the sound of the
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The fine flavour and downright goodness of
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MONDAY,  MAY   16, 1910.
THE   COLONIAL   POLICY.
aims--  and the  tone
The bridegroom is
a widow; the royal
palace, so lovg cheered by the radiant
presence  of  its  heart,  is  a  house  of
mourning    Th?.e are tragedies in the
lives of all.    ]t h a trite saying that
death is no rcspector of persons.    It
is not the  fir t  lime that  the Queen
1 Mother has been called upon to pass
Mr.  Chiozza Money asks the tariff   through the valley of the shadow, to
reformers of Great Britain how they weep for some whose lives were dear-
-ean   expect   to   preach    the   doctrine'er to her than her own     Yet withal
,   . . .. e    ���,���_*��� and to all outwarl appearance Time
that imports are the cause of povertj   hag ^ ^ AlPxanVra very gently.
and    unemployment   without   raising 0ur readers doubtless  icmember  the
���colonial tariff walls against the enorm- beautiful tribute paid her by a great
ous    quantities    of    British   exports American, Mar'i Twain, two years ago,
which    are    also    colonial    Imports? w^n  the   American   humorist .now
.       ,   passed to hts rest   para hi.   last visit
Then- is no delusion more profound, j tQ Englan(j.    TJ,. dl afi sovereign and
Mr. Money avers than the conception the author were brought very close
that Protection is a policy making for together on thnt occasion, and we
ihe cementation of Empire.   If there may be sure His Majesty appreciated
.    ..   ., | the  delicate  compliment  laid  at   the
is any  truth  in  Protection at all, it  fpet of hig quepti ,,.. a forelgner and
as   absolutely   necessary   for   Canada  a  republican   who  "b- lieved  in  none
and   Australia   and   Inuia   to   protect  of   these  things."       A   greater   than
themselves  against   their   chief   com-   Mark Twain als, did homage to Brit-
. , , ��� ,. ,   ain s Queen   Mother, but  under what
petltor, the British manufacturer. Evi- dlfferpnt circuni4tance8 t0 those which
deuce is given that in India the Swa- j)revan today, it is noi necessary to
deshl diome country) movement has name the author ot or t,-p occasion
been greatly fostered by British Tar-jwhich called for tha fc lowing verses;
iff reformers.    The "Bengalee," an In-
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from your grocer ���you'll lik
 Black, Mixed and Natural Green, 40c, 50c, 60c and 70c r�� H>-
to-day
THE
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' "Tht Maple Leaf For?Ver"_
We Save taken the Maple Leaf for our trade mark, because it is Canadian.
Sea-King's   dau��;hte.-   firm   over   the
sea,
Alexandra.
Saxon and Norman arid Dane are we,
But all of us Danes in our welcome
of thee,
Alexandra!
Welcome   her,   thunders   of  fort   and
fleet!
��o"t7on"goods~of Lancashire, the wool- j WdcojMJier. thundering cheer of the
en goods of Yorkshire, the iron and  Welcome her, all things youthful and
dteel   of   the   Midlands,   the   coal   ofl sweet,
Wales and Durham, the salt of Che-   Scatter the blossoms under her feet!
shire, and of the gilt and tinsel goods  Break, happy land, into earlier flow-
dian organ, has published a sarcastic
open letter to Mr. Chamberlain, written by an Indian, in wliich the writer
ironically expressed the deepest admiration of Mr. Chamberlain's proposals and went on: "India has too
Jong been the dumping ground for the
PERFECTION
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Label)
LIMITED
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THE COWAN CO., Lid., TORONTO
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for which your town of Birmingham
is so justly celebrated. We have now
resolved to change all that. Henceforward we in India are determined
to impose prohibitory import duties
on all the above articles irrespective
of the country or production." From
the honest Protectionist point of view
that appears to be unanswerable. The
same sort of arguments are made by
The Melbourne Age and other Australian newspapers. Great Britain is
pictured as the industrial enemy, and
wheie her goods are admitted at minimum rates of duty she sometimes
has to bear the allegation, or her
merchants do, that false declarations
are sometimes made in order to get
in goods which are really of foreign
origin  at  the preferential tariff.
According to the Ottawa correspondent of The Manchester Guardian,
even Canadian protectionist newspapers are arguing that if the "foreigner
pays the duty," the Canadian preference ought to be abolished, in
order to obtain a larger contribution
for the Canadian revenue from the'
British exporter! Further, the Canadian pupils of the British Tariff Reform league argue: "If the importation of manufactured goods means so
much less employment foi the British artisan, why stimulate their importation from Britain Into Canada?
The Canadian cotton manufacturers
demand the abolition of the British
preference. The Canadian woolen
manufacturers arc equally insistent
on higher duties against the British
woolens and worsteds, whose competition they find it difficult to meet.
The Canadian iron and steel manufacturers have also come to the conclusion that the London Tariff Reform
league furnishes cogent arguments
which Canada ought to put into practice against Great Britain. British
manufacturers are the largest iron
and steel exporters. If Protection is
true. Canada ought to shut out their
iron and steel. The Tariff Reform
league preaches that or lt preaches
nothing, and the Canadian iron an
steel manufacturers must be forgiven
if they are apt pupils. Now that the
Canadian iron and steel bounties are
ceasing, the Canadian Iron men are
anxious to shut out the nearly C2,000,-
O00 worth of iron and steel which
Canada imports from the United
Kingdom." We have nol heard much
about this for our own part, hut if
it is true, the London Tariff Reform
league cannot complain that it is not
logical. Lord Rosebory a while ago
asked British Tariff Reformers "What
is to he done with the colonial dump?"
That, question was shirked at the
time, but now British Tariff Reformers are acknowledging that, bar
wheat, they intend to tax colonial as
well as foreign products. Is that likely to make for the unity of the Empire or for much bitterness of colonial feeling? After two generations
of free admission of the goods of her
-colonies. Great Britain is being asked
*so tax colonial goods by people who
���give out that It is their belief that import duties fall upon the oversea exporter. That is to say, It Is the de-
'i'.horate purpose of the Tory party to
"Tax  the  Colonist!"
ers:
Make music, O birds, in the new budded bowers!
Blazon your mottoes of blessing and
prayer!
Welcome her, welcome her, all that
is ours!
Warble", O bugle, and trumpet, blare!
Flags, flutter out upon turrets and
towers!
Don't Forget Our
AU CTION    SALE
on the Marshall Farm of First Class Dairy Cows, etc., Thursday,
May 19. (One mile from Westminster Junction.) Lunch will be
served.
COQUITLAM  REAL  ESTATE CO., LTD., Auctioneers.
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Cotton   and   Linen    i
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a   large   variety   0f deslgi
widths   varying   from   i   to i
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For Saxon or Dane or Norman we,
Teuton or Celt, or whatever we be,
We are each all Dane in our welcome
of thee,
Alexandra!
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AERIAL RECORD.
for
Belgian    Hovers   Around   Clouds
Nearly Three  Hours.
Flames, on the windy headland flare! ���    Mourmelon, France,  Mav  15.���Dan-
Utter your jubilee, steeple and spire!   ,el  KlnPt   the  Beipian aviator, today
Clash, ye bells, in the merry  March   broke the worid-s reCord for an aero-
a'r' plane flight was a passenger, remain-
Flash, ye cities, in rivers of fire! lng ,n the air for two houi.g and flftv.
Rush to the roof, sudden rocket, and  one minuteg.
lilgher. |    At   Chalons-sur-Marne   on   April   8
Melt into stars for the land's desire!   Klnet made a flight, with a passenger
Roll and rejoice, jubilant voice,
or   two   hours   and   twenty   minutes.
Roll as a ground swell dashed on the   Previous to that Orville Wright held
strand, ! the  record,   having  remained  in   the
Roar as the sea when he welcomes  air at Berlin last September with  a
the land, passenger for almost two hours.
And welcome her, welcome the land's
-desire,
The Sea-King's daughter as happy as
fair,
Blissful bride of a blissful heir
Prays  for   Muckrakers.
Washington.    May    if,,���The    Rev-
Bride to the heir of the kings of the ' Henry   N.   Couden,  blind   chaplain
of
sea��� | the   house   of   representatives,   today
O joy to the people and joy to the prayed for divine guidance to lead the
throne, muckrakers to "rake before their own
Come to us. love us, and make us doors before attending to the litter
your  own; [in front of their neighbors' homes."
A Snap in Silk Skirts
%P*Ua 4J4J
A  cleanup  of  samples and   odd   silk   skirts;   almost   evi
shade among these,  Including  Pink,   Pale   Blue,  Green,   Grey, etc,
and all are marked down to a  price  that  should  not   allow iliem ti
stay  here  long.    The  values will surprise  you;   they  are  far bebi
half the  regular  price.     Worth  in   a   regular   way   as   hi >.
On sale for     $2.3
Rare Bargains
in Sunshades
$8.50   Values for  $4.50.
fi only, While Silk with Chlfti n. Net and Ribbon  Ruehtn. . I'u'eBlK
Lined  Chiffon and   Red  Lined   with   Chiffon   at   a   temp:.       :.
Regular  prices   range   from   (6.60 to 18.50,    Now for   $'���*
SEE OUR  WINDOW  SHOWING.
$45
and
Pianos from $325  up
Organs, $75 and up.
Singer    Sewing    Machines,
and  up.
Edison    Phonographs,   $16
up.
Victor   Gramophones, $31 and up.
$5 Zithers for $2.50.
Violins from  $3  to $100.
Guitars, from $6 To $40.
Mandolins from $4 to $35.
Banjos, $15 and $20.
Accordians from $3 to $12.
One   Second   Hand   Piano,  $250.
One   Second   Hand   Piano, $125.
THE    HOUSE    WHERE    YOU
GET A  SQUARE   DEAL.
J. H. TODD'S MUSIC
HOUSE
Columbia St.   New Westminster
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in Wash Goods
New  Ginghams,  stripes  and cheeks,  li^ht  and   medium
splendid for Wash Waists and  Dresses;  a shipment of fresh
just received; 21 Inches wide. Per yard  	
Striped Wool Taffetta
65c per Yard.
A material specially adapted to the popular Princes
dress. In a pleasing variety of shadings of Blue, Brown, ii
41! Inches wide; per yard 	
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A Bargain
Two fine lots on  Hamilton street   near   Moody   square;
fenced and fruit trees;  barn and chicken house.   Price $1,550
% cash, balance fi, VI and 18 months.
P. PEEBLES
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all tho nations of the world
that me participating in our
national sorrow:
It ls meet and proper that
this Royal City, whose name
was bestowed by our late
Sovereign's lamented mother, Queen Victoria, should
pay special reverence to his
memory on the day of his
obsequies.
I th3��-efore requost all cili-
zens to join in the public
memorial service ln Queen's
park on Friday, the twentieth day of May, 1910, at
3:30 o'clock in the afternoon.
In so far aB possible, I
would also requost all persons to wear some emblem
of mourning.
JOHN  A.  LEE,
Mayor.
Henry  Woodruff  in  "The  Prince  of    Tonight." Opera House, Wed., May 18.
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MAY  16, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
gpORTING NEWS
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I'S IMMIGRANTS
m SALMON BELLIES
l Exhibition Lacrosse
>ame Goes to Terminal
[ity by Decisive Majority
, ftrB| lacrosse game of the sea-,
P "' unreservedly to Vancouver I
r.nrdav Though Halley's comet;
f \d a lot to do with the re-;
T,,'   , i's no retting away from the
V;;'��� the Vancouver men played'
If c 08,0.   It was the defence
Iu, it    Time i-Uer time tlie Sal-
I    lies would carry the ball down
Krmed circle held by the Van.
���    defence, and  time after  time*
/'n attempts to bore frustrated.
I! and Howard were right there
r   .Ime    When Wintemute or one i
would  bring the ball
.     end,   the   terminal
,, cover their checks
.: inCe day and the feed-
found  that he  had
o fe i '. to
Passing  Was  Weak.
tei   forwards   played
.    i, ||   their passing   was
[n trying swift passes in
the ball often went
Vancouver stick,
defence    was
���  ,   \ ancouver home men :
in their pass-
_ agility in getting away
I, ' in did the Salmon ���
Huglili   Gifford  did  well   in
II   was the first time
j appi iri I  in  senior company.
L      ,    .     ad of them and  was
upon to ile moro work than Gib-
���j'he Vancouver goal played a|
d game all through the match,
he   did  allow,   being
I al a range of only a few
MAPLE LEWS DEFEAT
ALERTS BY TIMELY HITS
Dark Horses Send Alerts to Bottom of
the  League but  Have to
Work   for   It.
The Alerts lost the second game
of the city baseball league on Saturday, when the .Maple Leafs trimmed
them by a score of 'J to 5. The game
was Interesting all the way through
and the hest game that has been
seen here this season was put on.
At the end of the seventh inning
tlie score stood four all, and the excitement was intense In the eighth
the Maple Leafs romped home with
three and the chances of the Alerts
took a fatal slump. In the ninth the
Alerts bagged one, but the Maple
Leafs doubled on them, bringing in
two.
Brennan   made  a   clean   home  run,
the first of the season. The score;
Maple  Leafs   ..
Alerts    	
The Teams:
Maple    Leafs
pitcher,  Silver!
Six lol ; and a 14-1
Fourth avenues.
LOOK AT THESE
m house on Third street between Third and
$6,275
���A Cash; balance C, 12 and IS months al 7 per cent. There is
"l) 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
aci ommodation for six horses.
SURREY
$2,200 for  10 acres, house   and barn; r> acres cleared.
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��� Catcher,
Smith;
first, Brennan; second, Roach; short. Simpson; third,
Hansford; left field, Dignan; centre
field,  Hansford;   right  field,  Fletcher.
Alerts���Catcher, Hrown; pitcher,
Poupore; lirst, Reilly; second, Mathers; short stop, Fitzgerald; third,
Youill; left field, Peck; centre field,
Wllkie;   right  field, Green.
L'lnpire���Anderson.
JOHNSON'S EAST BOXING
[PLEASES HIS FOLLOWERS
Heavyweight   Champion    Appears   to
Be in First Class Condition��� Many
Watch   Negro   Handle   Himself.
Standing of City  League.
Won Lost Pet.
Maple Leafs       1      0     10001
Balmorals        1      0     1000 j
Alerts        0      2      .000
JEFFRIES   ENTERTAINS.
A I First to Vancouver.
; quarter was all Vancouver
.    Qrst    few     minutes.     Pat
j took the first shot at the goal,
lar that   the   game  was   fairly
ten  minutes or so.    Ravey
ly took a chance on a long shot.
i ne  attempted  by  the  Van-
it.      i!,. and it took,   ln a mix up
\    u   after this  \V. Turnbull fell,
inner ho got a bad hit in the
. caused him a lot of trouble
the end of half lime he had to
itham taking his place. Bones
,ul the honor of being the first
��� nt to the fence. He swung
ion mo hard and was handed
dilute   rest.     Georgo   Heiinie
��� nt olf in the first quarter and
ored while he was absent.
secoud    quarter    Rennle'a
plred and he came on the Held
lilrlwind a minute after lime
-. called.    There was a rough
centre field and then George
with the ball, going through,
over the  Vancouver defence
ing a magnificent scoie.
Westminster Wakes Up.
his New Westminster went to
a lew minutes the Vancouver
I several attacks of nerves.
���   many   anxious  moments,
rd  and  Griffith  played  the
��� Ifectually blocking all attempts
. is suspended for a few min-
l'ai     Feeney     recovered
imp,
I     i   I'at got  up things started to
and   Georgo   Ronnie     was
pn  wandering   around   tho   outside
j fence looking for a man to
I hall to.    West checked him
��� Mil' went down. West usod his
; slick and held Ronnie for
il seconds, but tho referee nilss-
incouver'a   ball,    After    a
rush Garvey passed to Murray,
scored neatly.
Some   Penalties.
fVlHii play resumed    Murray    was
paged   i   a rough nieleo und play
fli"! '      a  few  minutes.     He was
111 Un head a couple of times. This
Wently did not please  Murray, for I
fen lie re overed he started in with |
id  in   his eye   that  the
?""  gave  him a ton minute time
\ mh ite  alter  Tom    Gifford
"" 'h'   ball  and was given    five
11
!l 'he star defence man off the
S thought it well to take
e Vancouver end of the
ii  struggle behind  the goal
,: ,|'""s took ihe hall in his hands ami
re*   : ���������'��� "il  fifty yards.    A minute
* '"it pass (rom Wintemute,
Ing scored New Westmln-
I ally.    Tlie hall went up and
Fwn  ll��    held   for  the   rest   of     the
'    '    -i'li New Westminster fore-
1 ,' l��ice and trying frequent shots.
'"'w West minster goal  was  not
er,
I, '' 'md ended with the score
E.?c''*0 ��������� favor of Vancouver, but
���' w Westminster coming strong
Bix   Bear   Boxes   Four   Fast   Rounds,
Then  Degusts Chicken.
Ben Lomond, Cal., May 15.���Jeffries
delighted   a   crowd   of   camp   visitors
this    morning    by    four    good    fast i
rounds with  Bob Armstrong.    He did
flve  miles  on   the  road  in the  morning under a hot sun.    After coniplet-
ing   IiIb   work   yesterday   Jeffries   de-1
voted  the  evening to pleasure.      He
entertained  his  friends  at a  chicken
dinner and later in the evening was
one of a party that went to a dance
ln Beu Lomond.
San Francisco, May 15.���Jack Johnson did his first gymnasium training
this afternoon, and any suspicions as
to the condition of the colored heavyweight were entirely dispelled by the
way which he went through his work.
Before a crowd of about 2.0IKJ persons Johnson went through the ordinary routine exercise and wound up
by boxing eight full three minute
rounds. The negro was pleased with
himself and remarked to his friends
that he ls better than he imagined.
Veteran followers of the game had
their eyes opened at the way Johnson tackled the work ahead of him.
In every department of boxing he
showed himself a master,
lt was announced this afternoon by
Rickard that the second conference
looking toward the selection of a referee will bo held toniororw at Johnson's training quarters. As yet no
settlement is in sight.
Additional Locals
Ball Team for Kamloops.
Kamloops, May 15.���At a well attended meeting of baseball enthusiasts last evening a club was formed,
officers elected and plans for the season discussed. The lack of proper
grounds for practice ls likely to be
overcome by .tops being taken toward
leveling and getting Into better shape
tho park site recently acquired by the
city at the rear of the power house,
and pending further Information the
formation of a city league In addition
to the senior team will he decided
later. The officers elected include:
President, II. M. Vasoy; first vice
president, J. L. Brown; second vice-
president, Thomas Biilman; manager,
Dr. A. B. II. Bennett; secretary tieas-
urer, J. McGuire; executive, Joseph
MeKinuon. James Munn and Dr. Harvey.
Ing and anything that that boy saw,
he Impounded. The quarter was very
even, with Vancouver loafing and the
energy of New Westminster flagging
as her chances of retrieving the day
kept growing dimmer. The whistle
blew with Vancou-er in possession of
the ball.
Classy Games Assured.
Tho game showed that the Cup
Holders will have worthy rivals here
this year. With a '..ttle more prnctice
in g��al and the defence working In
better shape, there Is no doubt that
the Vancouver home men can be held
down more effectually    They have no
(Continued on  Pace S��te��).
The women's auxiliary of the Royal
Columbian hospital will hold its regular monthly meeting this afternoon
in the board of trade room in the
city hall. j
See J. A. Motherwell for Fire, Accident and Automobile Insurance. Room I
4.  Merchants  Bank  Building.     Phone
591. *���
The election of officers of the Inter-
national Typographical union, and of
Local Union No. 032, will take place
on Wednesday. There is a contest
for every office in both unions.
I'm never settled; move. move.
move, all the time. I'm in the baggage and transfer Vslness and move
that you give me some of your business. William Medley, Phone 664,
day;  421, night **
The Bohemian Cafe will in future
be open ail night. Special arrangements for private parties. **
Right Worthy County Master R. A.
Stoney went up to Hammond on Saturday to pay a fraternal visit, to Hammond Ladge No. 1866, L. O. L., returning   to   the  city  yesterday   even-
ing. i ,.Mm*diMmmm
For spring plants or cut flowers,
plione Davies' Greenhouse, R208.     **
The funeral of A. Routhier. a C.P.R.
employee who was killed on C.P.R.
construction work on Friday afternoon, took place at Mission yesterday
afternoon, when a large number of
members of fraternal organizations to
wliich deceased belong turned out
to follow the remains to flieir last
resting place.
;    Carrie  Nation, she  of  hatchet  and
jail fame, is on a lecture tour of the
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supporters getting enthuBlas*
R this quarter Goal Umpire A.
1 ll|ngton did not got close enough
l'"     ""' "ets and got a hot shot on
.,..   Vancouver Happy?  .Sure.
16 third quarter, generally regard.*
' "' 'UCky one for the cup Hold-
"'"'  "��l.v   progressed  21   seconds,
1   Murray   scored.    The   Vancou-
'"* acted foolish.   The Vancou-
'"'" did not try to force the pace.
would   not   rush   the   goal   and
flpl(" u,eir time soldiering around the
i M'* Westminster made several
111   could   not   tally.    Clarkson
11,11        ""'''   run  the  length  of  the
tl,c ',   ,,;issi'd   to   Ravey,   who  scored
.   ', '. ''""iter or  the   game,    Van-
,,.'   ���'  Westminster 2.
�� " ,,,!!'   asl   IWMter   neither   team
b c.,���'"5 ,0U8'   0nly otl��� *������*��� there
: |n    5  r||'"ice or New Westminster
Bhoi   'i.'""1 ''""'"I" made a beautiful
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With US Today, WE
BOTH  LOSE  MONEY
A Full Line of Fresh
VEGETABLES
and FRUITS
Lettuce
5c per head
Strawberries
2 for 35c
Cabbage
5c per  Ib.
Apples
4 lbs. for 25c
Radishes
2 heads for 5c
Cherries
40c per Ib.
Green Onions
2 bunches for 5c
Pine Apple
25c each
Green Peas
3 lbs.  for  25c
Bananas
30c per dozen
Large
Navel Oranges
35c per dozen
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PHONE 193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
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"GET THE   HABIT"
SPECIAL
for
SATURDAY and MONDAY
Your choice of any  Glass Article  In
window   for  only   10  cents  each.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and seil for the same.
Pacific coast, being in Seattle at the
present time thundering against the
demon Rum. in all probability the
'''���"tvlitv inti" nhqmplon of temperance nnd prohibition Will cross the
boundary lino and deliver a lecture iu
Vancouver, but there does not seem
to be much hope of seeing Mrs. Nation
in this city, as no communication with
this end In view has been exchanged
between local officers of the W.C.T.U.
ami the unchallenged champion saloon
smasher of the world. .
GOLF MEN  MAKE PROGRESS
I IN  FORMATION OF CLUB
The quiet movement started a short
time ago to establish a gold club ln
the city is gradually becoming stronger. The men interested In the scheme
now have a site in view and in a day
or two a few of the prime movers of
the project arc going to look it over.
It has boen hard to find a site entirely suitable, but lt is thought that the
one under consideration at present
will be excellent. The exact location
is not being made known yet as arrangements with the owner have not
been completed, but it is within easy
distance of Now Wostmlnster.
���'���->   vim  prettiest  shot  made <   -?-���..;���ht" nnfn  Hou*��   Wrd    Mav 18.    4i    .   i
'"". but Gibbons saw It com     Henry  Woodruff  In "The  Prince of   fonlflht.   Opera Hous., Wed., May 1lwt tUiy.
Lacrosse at Mission.
The Port Hammond lacrosse team
are asking a game with Mission on
May 24. lt is altogether likely a game
will be arranged, provided the Hammond boys come to Mission City on
Contractors and
House Builders
We nave a full   line   ox  the   Best
Builders Hardware in tne City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.    Also Complete   Stock  of   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
The Timberland Lumber Company,  Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Fir, Cedar and Spruce Lumber.Rough, Dressed and Kiln Dried, Dimension Timber and Shingles, Cedar Poles and Piling in any quantity.
Ask Us for Prices
Office,  Room 8, Thompson Blk. New  Westminster,  B.  C.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director P. O. Box 953
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. 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 leaTe Steveston every hour (on the half-hour) for Vancouver.
See the Famous Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, fl.
INSURANCE
FIRE-ACCIDENT-LIFE
Employer's Liability.   Marine, Automobile
Live Stock
PUT that POLICY on TODAY
TOMORROW may be TOO LATE
1 devote my time solely to Insurance  and so can give every risk
my  careful  and  prompt  attention.
My   rates   are   the   best  obtainable and I write for only reliable
Canadian  and  English  companies.
Call and see me and I will be glad to give you information and
particulars. ���       )
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
Phone 62.     "The Insurance Man"; | 657 Columbia
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THE DAILY NEW
MONDAY,  MAY
16,
1913,
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
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Tenders addressed to the under
signed ut Ottawa in scaled envelopes!
and marked ou the envelopes 'Tedder
for gasoline launch for the Quarantine
Service," will be received up to the
1st June for the construction of a
gas illne launch for the Quarantine
Service at Prince Rupert, British Columbia, of the following leading dimensions, viz: ���
Length over all    BO feet.
Deam extreme   ll feet.
1 li pth amidshi] b, moulded, 5 feet.
to        delivi red at   Victoria, ln    the
I': ��� ��� Ince of British Columbia.
Spi atlons of this launch may
be procured upon application to the j
De] :m ment of Agriculture, Ottawa, or
to the Superintendent of Quarantines
at William Head, British Columbia, up
to the 16th  May, 1910.
The conti ai: to In dude Lni tallation
of engine, the ] the Depart
mi nt, ii iw al   Victoria, B.C.
Each  ii nder mus    be i        ipanled
by eque i       '        ic.n
11 ��� nl  of the
ii ndi ,-.'..; . :     forfel
if i he Indi id    I or c< nding it
di   ..i ��� enter into a contract with
thi ���   .'   i ���     i    .     to  i     ��� ;
the laui
tment d        not hind itself to accepl lowest or any ten-'
der.
."��� t ��� ipaj   rs copyii     thJ    a h
ii ' ii   ��Ithout i om the De-
partini nl will not b ��� | ai I.
A. L. JARVIS,
.'���   Isl  nl  D iputj  Mini! ter, and
Si ci' tary of Agriculture-
Ottawa, May 3, 1910.
WAT .R KO'i ICE
JOaRD   op   trade���new west-
minster Board of Trade meets in me
hoard room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each montli:
quarterly meeting on the tnird j
Thursday of February, .May, August
and November, at �� p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of :
February. Xew members may he
proposed and electetl at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
BUMBLE FINAHCIEBS GET    [jp ftlRft DAYS
FORTUNES FROM RUBBER
PARTIAL LAW  PROCLAIMED
THROUGHOUT ARGENTINA
Buenos Ayres, May 15.���The cham-
LAND REGISTRY Ac.
C-. rv~!ro. EfnnCC R3r-AT ber ni deputies :��� is erday yxsiea a pro-
iN IBKlrll MIIIISl MlAI clamatlon ol i artlal law throughout
111 l/niLU   l$<VO JL   IIIUT1I repubiic   owing   to  threats   of  a
Re Lots 29 and 30, .
dav voted a pro- jdivw's  Square, Map i
t
Madness for This  Particular Kind of
Stock Gives Seme Wicrd Results
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEKY
kind of job printing. Midg.-i loose
leaf ledgers; Cotvle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Cox 142- Old
Dally  News Block, Sixth street.
PIANO  TUNING.
PIANOS AXD ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, \V. li.
Martin, Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
Plione L615.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT    &
,   2';    meals   for   $4.        I l<nu��
ci i king. All white cooks; no Orleiv-
:    or employed.     ((pen day and
i.i -���: t.     ' ip; oaite tram office.
Notice is iirreby gMen that an appli-
���;.;: n will be hv.uio under Part V. of
the "Water Act, 1 ./���>*.?." ;o obtain n license in the South Westminster Division of Now Westminster District.
(a) The name, address ancl occupation of the applicant: J. E. Murphy,
occupation, dairying and farming.
(b) The name of tlie lake, stream
or source (if unnamed, the description isi: Spring on Lot 11, Block 2,
Subdivision of Lot 30.
(c) The point of diversion: At the
spi ing.
id) Tlie quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second): One-
el   ith  cubic foot.
lei The character of the proposed
works: Tank at spring, pipe from
tank  to  dwellings.
lg) The purposes for which tho
water is to he used: Dwellings,
dairying and  stock.
il; i This notice was posted on the
30th day of April, 1910, and application will he made to the commissioner
on the 31st day of May, 1910.
ill Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely
to he affected by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet:
None. J. E. MURPHY.
Xew Westminster.
LAND ACTS.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS. LAKR13-
ters and solicitors. Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster, w. J. Whiteside, ti.
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTiN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster ofiices, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets: Vancouver offlci s, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
  ���  -i m      i. ���  in on
London, May 15.���"if you please, sir,
1 wish to lesign," said a 19-year-old
mi ssenger boy to a cit> merchant
la il   paj   daj.
"Bul why?" asked the merchant.
"We are satisfied with you and will
pay you :,3 a v.. ek Instead ol $6 if
you like."
Then the lad told his ta. e. He had
i ived a little money in the last few
years. The rubb r boom came along
i Ls winter and at last, aided by the
Ami ��� I ian d unand, pi lei s had been
:   .      .; till .     had scooped in $95,000.
Thai Is onlj ono of London's latest
Instances of leaping to riches. Here
are soi ��� er cases toM by brokers
handling mod sl rubber Investments.
A widow who was left with $3,500,
I ced it a In the bands of a broker
friend Increased It to $40 000
e last November. A clty clerk,
wl o less than a year ago was content
v. ith a Ihi ih at under $10 a wei k,
In for rubber shares, and Is now
i ailed in a suburban shop, having
I      ah islni ss with his prdfl ;.
Stranger still is tho case of a suburban builder. Two years ago this
man failed in business and. broken In
health and spirits, emigrated to South
America. While abroad ho saw the
rn ��� ibillth s in rubber estati.-. and secured sonic important concessions.
Within the pasl few weeks hc has
been paid $250,000 for these by two
new syndicates, and he is now richer
than at any previous period in his
life.
Tlie impression is abroad that rub-
to be secured tor
Trader Makes Trying Trip
Overland from Fort Vermilion to Whitefish Lake.
general strike during the centenary
a ration of Argentina's Independence.
The opening of lhe
fixed for Maj 25,
ckK,St
'    -V",V   II
ceieo
ration    is
8YNOPSIS OP CANADIAN HOMt
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Edi lonti n, M j Lo. 5, li. Coward,
ern ading department tor Revill urned
i is u edn< sdaj                      i a ti Ip to
e north country.   He left Edmonton or any
son
tl
Any available Dominion Lands within the railway b It In British Colum
bia, may be hoinesteaded by any per-
wno is tha sOli   Hi id ol a family
   male over IS y. ....        age,  to
on February 12, and proceeded to Fort the extent  of  one-qua     .   section  ol
[lion,  T  Ed- 160 acres, more or less.
'    in,   The trip down the P e river on the ice from Pi ace LUvi i Cross-
dis tance of 300 miles,     i upl d
' 5 daj '.   The snow was dee]
,'i   ther 1 torniy.   it was so d to certain
pro   ess that I         i       n          mother, son, daughter, brother or fits
sai y ti          idon 1                elgl     i nd ter of  in inteu He . boi      ��� id ir.
to n son to flat runni rs.   D            ild     The   .            id r la ri q dred to pei
not  have  di m    I   ttei    for tin   de p form .                       connected there
would have retarded their pro- vith   under   one     "    ������ -    ���-������
Entry must be made personally at
tha local laud offlco for 'he dli trict
la wliich the land Is situate. fclntri
by proxy may, however, ba mad
conditions    by
tt '    lather,
minster  City   ^^^^^
Whereas proof of I
flcate of Title Numbei
in   the   name of  Aula'.
been filed in this office    	
��� Notice Isherebj    |    n t!
at the expiration of ���������        '
r'^l
the date of the flrsl |
of, in a dailj new  pap(
the  City of New  We   '   , . -
a duplicate ol the (Vrtif
l(      in  the mi anl
be   made   to  in.-  j.
Dl tri     -
Lam!   Reglstr;   Ol
I ti   . B.C., Ma
^-xanadi,
_m
***
*-T
I IM
I   I
snow ^^^^^^^^
eq lally as much . hoi ses.
Got to  Wolverine  Point.
: .  on   Mr. Cowaid had fin
lni     al Foi i Vei million the lc   In
eca   ���    ��� -      d      i     is for
���. and bj I  e time he v
art on the return trip it wi
; he point of breaking up.   Bj  travel
! lsI his part;       re able to l
. i rii.I- Point, which Is 90     lies
the river from Fort Vermillion.    I
thi:   bad to leave the Ice, and ll
di il led to cross the counti y to V
fish lake and thence to L
.  . ���'.
A  Guide  Part Way.
An Indian at Wolverine Poinl i Hot
i d the parly pai I ol the way to \
lsh lake and trom there they | roceed
or   the   touowinij
(ii    At least Blx months' red'!,-.
di 'ai an l of the  Ian I on
each year for threi
i. i U * .i or mother, if tn��
'. - | ��� i :.. ��� i homesteader
r sides upon a rarni In the vlclnil j ol
t .^ Ian I entered for, the requlrem nti
as  to may  ha satisfied   by
Biich porsqn residing with the father
or mother.
(3) lf the setth'r hn . hi. permanent
r- . ence upon farming land owned
by him In the vi- Inity of his Home
stead, the requirements b ������ to resid mci
may be satl fli | by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in wrlttng should
I 111:-
TH1RD
*il- T  I  I
VICTOR!
,A88     !
for  I
''.-,
Is on
G   id
to
I..-
('.   B.   !'' ��1
lant Gen.
ed without a .uido. following the old be given to the commlsslo n*r of nous  d years ago bj  Indians, mlr.lon  lands  at   Ottawa of Intention
They knew the general direction    of to apply for patent.
had no
ber scrip has only ^^^^^^^^^^^^
one's fortune to he made.   Tl'e shares ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
in one new company were being dealt the lake, but  apart from that nau uu      rnrU _Coa,   nilnln����  -,���.,.,  ma,   bP
:   nge the sameday they other means of knowingwhether^hey  Ieaged'for    a  per|od ���f    twenty-on*
r~J&_.>
QNAMA! nmd
U/tllAUl/t        l;il,iUJ
B.C. Coasl S.Saiiiji
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
II. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AXO
Accountant.    Tel. R 128.    Room 7,
Westminster Trust Block.
R. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AXD Accountant. Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Room 9, Westminster Trutt
block.      P. O.  Box 795.
were issued, at <>0 per cent premium.
Even the shares in a company which
has only obtained a permit to rove in
a certain territory looking for wild
rubber, have heen largely oversubscribed, though the syndicate cannot
call an acre of ground its own.
LOCAL OPTION.
years at nn annual rental of $1 per
acre. X'ot more than 2660 acre*
shall he leased to one Individual or
company. A royalty n; the rate or
fiv.-. cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal min'vl.
W. W CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior, j Comox.
SS.  Princess May !���
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPFWRITINC
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province otlice, Columbia street.      Phone 62.
New Westmister Land District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLennan, of Vancouver, British Columbia,
occupation contractor, intends to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of the island situate about four (1) chains from Timber limit No. 38733, thence northerly
and westerly and southerly and easterly around the shore at low tide
to place of commencement, containing
four  acres,   more   or   less.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.
J. F. BAGGS, Agent.
March 17,  1910.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
j Real   Estate  and   Insurance  Agents���
Citv.   farm   and   sumirlmn   property
628 and 746 Columbia St.
TAILORS.
JGALVIX, LADD3S' AXD MEN'S TAI-
loring. A new line of Spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia St.
and 626 Clarkson St.    Phone R508.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
Individual Leagues Will Try to Enforce  Scott  Act.
Local option in various cities,
towns and districts of British Columbia will now he sought by the Local
Option League of the province under
the terms and provisions of the Can-
AND a(1a Temperance Act. better known as
the "Scott Act." Announcement to
this effect was made yester.'ay from
the office of the league in Vancouver
on instructions from Rev. Dr. Spencer, superintendent of the league, who
is now in the interior on a business
trip.
At the recently prorogued session
of parliament, Hon. Charles Murphy
introduced an amendment to tho
Canada Temperance Act which
brought the measure into conformity
with various district boundary definition acts of the legislature of British
Columbia and the act may now be
given full effect in this province. Tie;
announcement made by Rev. Dr. Spencer is as follows:
"In response to the request of Dr.
Spencer on behalf of the British Columbia Local Option league the federal government has passed an
amendment which makes the Canada
Temperance Act apply to British Columbia. What the temperance people could not get from tho Provincial
iin-
were on the right trail or not, except
for that inexplicable sixth Bense which
is possessed by i rappers and men who
have  lived  in  the  forest
Had to Cut Trail.
The old trails were in bad shape.
Fallen timber had to be cleared an.l
maskegs crossed. Fortunately although thc maskegs were melting out
the sun had not had sufficient time to
reach any great depth and consequently then- was a cued bottom io all the
muskegs which had to he negotiated.
Later on in the year the trail would
have been an impossible one.
Run Out of Grub.
It lool; thirteen days to make the
250 miles from Wolverine Point to
\\ liitelisli lake and for three of these
days the party lived on dried moose
meat. They had nothing else. They
had used all the flour they had packed, and  they   were  in  a  bad   way  six 	
days out from  Wolverine Point when   Cars leave Vancouver for Xew  West.
Pi incess   Charlottl
t 10  a.   m.  daily  <
e  i rn Victoria
Prim ei a Royal dailj
pi Incess  Vlctorl i,
I  Monday, direi I
SS.   .'nan   h avi a
p. m. daily except B ii
ss.  Queen  City   l<
Mondays   at   a   p   -in.
N.B.���Unauthorized   publication   of
this  advertisement will    net  be  paid
Railway Time Tables
C. E. R. Westmin��ter Branch.
Week Day Scneau.e.
^_t
at 11 p. in. May 4, 14 ai
ten daj s thereafter.
SS. Beavei haves Ni
. at   s a.  m.  Mondays.  V.
Fridays    for    Chllllwi
leaves Chilliwack at 7
I Thursdays and  Saturd
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Lai
The   New   Stern*
LAND   ACT.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Simon Henry
Clowes of Vancouver, li. C, occupation, building inspector, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the S. E. point of a small island lying
in channel between Granite Island and
Nelson island; thence northerly, westerly, southerly and easterly, along the
shore to the place of commencement;
containing 1" acres more or less.
SIMOX HENRY CLOWES,
Applicant.
Per JOHN F.  BAGGS,
April 20. 1910. Agent.
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Tenders Wanted.
Ti nders will be received by the un-
dersigned up to May 23rd, next, at
E p. in., for twenty-five ("25) tins
(2240 ll.s. i of 6-inch and rix (6) tons
of 4-inch Cast Iron Water Pi pes, 9-16
inch   iu   thickness.      Als>   two   (2j
mm I    ill'  b    T'S.
Pipes must be free from faws.
cracls (.y other defects, and an even
thickness of metal throui bout, cast
vertically, and covered with Dr, Angus Smith's or other approved sj1u
tion. Pi] es to li ive the s an Lard
sLe Bpigots and sockets. ���
Tend is to he marked "Tenders for
Water Pipes." The- lowest or any tender not  nee ss'iily  | ci epti d.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Cl< rk.
City Hi.|l, April 26, 1910.
LAND  ACT.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice that James Bateman,
nf Vancouver, n. C, occupation, sion"-
ruC'r, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following disci Ibed
lands:
Comn enelng at a post planted at
the southeast point of a small island
lying about 10 cliains norfh of Xilson1
island: thence northerly, Westerly.]
southerly and easterly, Jilong the
shore io the place of commencement;
containing tl acres more or let's.
JAMES BATEMAN.     I
Applicant, j
JOHN F, BAGGS
April 20, 1910. Agent.
ROYAL   CITY    CHEMICAL    CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 1145 Columhla street,
phone   R27*.    The   place   where  the      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
dirt and dust is removed from the government, under the conditions
fibre���not pressed in.   Goods called posed at the plebiscite they have now
for and delivered. obtained from Ottawa, and will short-
��� I ly decide wliich cities, towns and dis
tricts will make th
they reached Fish lake, where an
Indian supplied them with enough
dried moose meat to carry them
through.
Food for a  King.
Two days and a half oui of White-
fish lake at Prairie lake they met another Indian, who had some flour, and
here they had the luxury of a bit of
bannock. At Whitefish lake, which
they reached on tlie third day from
Prairie lake, they got some grub that
to hungry men was food for a king.
The 45 miles to Lesser Slave lake was
not a hard trip, for between the two
lakes there is a fairly passable road.
Five in the Party.
There were five men in Mr. Coward's party. They were J. McLellan,
a surveyor with A. M. Ponton, who is
extending the fifth meridian to the
Arctic Circle, and whose party is now
minster at 5:o0, 6:50, 7:20 and S:o0
a.m., aud every half hour thereafter
uutll li-.Zii p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter uuti;  11:00 ';.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver Tor New Westminster at S:00 and H:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westtninnter tor Van
couver at 2:00 a.m., and every hall
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. l>��
cur 11:00 p.m.
S. S.  PAYSTSIE4K
I .ea. es Bi ackman-Ker
panj 's wharf, Ni *t W<
passen ,e;s  and  freight   n
Leaves New W<
Thui sday and Saturday al
Leaves Chilliwack W< i
daj   and  Sunday at  7 a. n
First Class Passenger A :'
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION C0..U.
New   Westroins'
I
tr
-!���
I
While Star-Dominii
Canadian Service
working north of Fort Vermillion; Liu ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Ilislop,   who  is  employed   at   Revlllon   D< J-  McQuarrie,  Local  Manaijer,  New
LIVERY   STABLE.
first test."
RIXG   DP    '���
smart   turnout-
hies.
FOR     HACKS   ANU   LAURIER  WILL  REACH
The   Fashion   Sta-
COAST  EARLY   IN AUGUST
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON  & AYLING. FISH,  FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc.   Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal..
FURNITURE
W. iv KALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 170, night call 81.
CABINET   MAKING.
1).    V.    LEWTHWAITE,     CABINET-
maker and upholsterer. 425 Clarkson strict (behind Burr block).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture in lir and oak.
WOODWORKING.
I* ESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office ami store fittings;
cablnfct,  s;air.    showcases,  manteis
Ottawa, May 15.���Sir Wilfrid Laurier, accompanied by Hon. George P.
Graham, E. M. Macdonald M.P., and
Fred Pardee, 11.P., will leave Ottawa
about July 7 for a sixty days political
tour of Western Canada. They will
reach the Pacific coast about the first
week in August and will address
meetings in Vancouver, Victoria and
Prince  Rupert.
Hon. L. P. Brodeur returned to Ottawa this morning, after four months
absence, and resumed charge of his
department. Mr. Brodeur Is greatly
Improved In health and is nmv steadily gaining strength.
LIVE   STOCK  FOR   HIS  RANCH.
C.
and detail work,
mates furnished,
prlptor. Works
*nr| car line, i'
473.
Deal, ns and esti-
J, Brookes, pro-
Corner   Eleventh
0. box 251, Pbone
MACHINE   WOHKS.
iii-; 8CHAAKE MACHINE WOKlvS,
Limited, Front street, Xew Westminster.     Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill macfiinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
,V. Meechard Procures Pedigree
Stock for Crescent Valley.
Nelson, May 15.���A carload of fine
live stock, half of which Is pedigree,
was brought from the coasl on Wednesday night, by Charles X. Jfeechard,
destined for his cattle ranch at. Crescent Valley. Most of the slock i.;
from Ladner, and all of it is from ihe
Delia.
The shipment includes two pedigree
brood mares. One of these mares was
purchased from Alex Dasie, of Ladner, toox first and grand championship
prizes at Victoria, tirst at N'ew Westminster, and first at Ladner last fall.
The other man; was from the ranch
oi Lieutenant-Governor Patterson,
The remainder of the shipments consists or liolsiein cattle, being prize-
winning stock, a pedigree bull being
included.
Bros, at Lesser Slave lake; Joseph
Lefleur. mail carrier hetween Fort
Vermillion and Peace River Crossing.
and a half-breed.
From Grouard 'to Edmonton.
At Lesser Slave lake McLellan came
right through to Edmonton and Lefleur. the mail carrier, went hack over
the 80 miles portage to Peace River
Crossing, the remainder of the party
remaining at Lesser Slave lake. Three
Weeks   later   Mr.   Coward   slarled   for
Edmonton, He came over the Ice In
Lesser Slave lake to the east end.
From there he came down tho Little
Slave river and the Athabasca. Capt.
Barber, of the Northern Transportation company, look him through the
rapids on the Little Slave, and from
Mirror Landing at the mouth of the
Little Slave, lie came down the Athabasca In a scow. The seventy mile
trip took two days. I had winds wore
responsible for the delay.
Fierce   Fires   on   Athabasca.
Mr, Coward found things in their
natural mid-winter quietness in the
north. At Porl Vermillion he was li-
I'ormed that the settlors had produce,!
more grain than they could markel,
and in consequence they were dependent on the two cpmpanlo3, Revilloj
and Hudson's Bay, In i he Mai i r of
taking what was offered.
On the w iy down the Athal isca
river lie ran pasl fierce bush fires
which are raging on tho Bouth side
of tbe river, 40 miles up from Athabasca Landing. Several settlers' Inns
have been destroyed, and greal quantities of timber Is being wiped out,
Rain is much needed in the country.'
Westminster.
Great   Northern  Railway.
W.   11   a.m.;   ar.  Seattle  3:55
W. 4:
.m.
Lv.  N
.m.
Lv. X.
p.m.
Lv. N.j
.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:05
p.m.
Lv.  Seattle 4:25
p m.
Lv. Seattle 11:4
B III
Lv. Seattle 12:2
p.m.
P.m.
W. 12:10 run
p.m.
ar. Seattle 9:40
ar. Seattle 7:15
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S.  LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw,   14,900  torn.
;S.S.  MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,     14.000   tons,
largest   and    most    m
commodation  equal   to .i".
ing  the  Atlantic.
Tde
A:
croM
ar. X. W.
tr, N. W.
2:65
9:3(J
ar. N.W. ii
p.m.;  ar. N.W. ti:2:>
For Rates and Tickets Apply t0
C. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
U 61
.   lo
r.r
G.  N.  R.���Port Guicnon.
Lfates Xew Westminster on T
day at 10 a in., return* at L p.m
city. Leaves Thursday, l p.m.,
rives ln city Friday .S:4a am. LeaYei
Friday at 3:60 p.m., arrives In cli.
Saturday at 'J a.m.
Leaves Port Guichon at 1 p.m. OK
Tuesday, f!:HO a.m, on Friday, nnd
6:30 a.m. Saturday, Arrives at Port
Gulchon C p.m., Thursday snd Friday,
Leaves Guichon 0 a.n.. each wees
day;   arrives   8:50  a.m.
Leaves   N.  W.   8:60   p.m.   dally   except  Sunday;   ar.  Gulchon   at   7   p.m.
-v.  N.W.  S:.r)0 a.m.;   ar.  Seat Hs  3:3b
Blimatee Gh en.
r
J. NEWSOMEI SI S
PAINTERS,   PAPFRHANCrr     :
DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, hetween S
en ue and  Third   sire I
NEW   WESTMINSTER
NOTICE.
I'   Until further notice thl
be open Saturday e\e:iini'S fl
till   nine  o'clock.
ROYAL BANK OF CAN
New Wi
F, Shute, Manager.
will
PAPER   HANGING   &  DECORATINO.
1. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
Btrept.  New  Westminster.
DEFEAT SUDANESE
French
Paris,
minister
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. O. MONUMF.NTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tomhatones, budding
enne. etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, .New fl'eatraln. tei.  men wounded.
Punitive Column
Punishes Natives.
May 15.���A despatch to the
of colonies from Munvo Wa-
dalck, Central Sulan. reports that
a French punitive column, numbering
200, encountered and dispersed the
enemy at. Agiedah.
The natives abandoned the 100
dead Including eight chiefs, and
three  flagR.
Give Women Votes.
Christlanla, Norway. May 16.���By a
great majority the Odelstlng has voted
to grant universal municipal Buffrage
to women over twenty-live yens of
age. The new legislation wlll become
effective at the ne\l elections and will
increase the present women electors
Severely   from 270,000 lo 600,000.
:a��t
Where is Xew Westminster1:
.lust two miles from
Thank   you:   and  where
About nine miles from
Is   Vancouver?
New Gold Find in North.
Victoria, May 16.���Rich placor
mines have been found in Northern
British Columbia near the headwaters
of Taku Inlet, and miners are taking
out five cents to a pan. Jack Hyland,
a trader, who arrived from Telegraph
The French had twelve   Creek  today, brough  authentic   news [
of this find.
A beautiful situation;   one acre;  $1,600;  easy terms.
A  genuine snap In a 7-roomed house In choice silnation.
Just listed, ,'! lots; below the market.   Quick for this,
Patterson Co'y
657  Columbia  St.
Evenings   at   Edmonds-
Phone
U'.'i
-Phone  F   203 NDAV.  MAY  16, 1910.
THE DAIM   NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
'_.,.-  REGISTRY ACT.
an application lias
l,   fe,   simple, under
imE    .   Wlmot
to   Duncai   Bel
���:;(.  the   L8th  fla:   ol
i ii and singulai
....  or iraei  of  land
: n,i  ami being
' , w  Westminster,
'(. oi  British Columbia,
I ,,,-... r   and  descib
..   es of ihe Boiitheasl
;    j.,  Township  3,
.     ,,    ,;;|    Meridian.
ninj   through or
i, irsoni    claiming
Baii   lanfl bj virtue
....  instrument, and
Interest  In
��� ent, whose title
, ner the provisions
������ \ct," arc refluir-
:, rn of the tax pnr-
��� ��� | days from the
rn. cation  ol  this
in default of a
.   et  .is  pendens
i nc\) i oriofl, or iti
���   orfoi    ���i ���
.. , r yen  wll' ht
iar ��� d froi
... ir 11
,  sha I    re: Istei
..-   ov, ner  11 i
���
��� ; i bltshed is
��� rd  : I   .
i.' i ifllce,
..  of April
TH,
:
'-..-'
Bros     Ltd.,
man; 3. W. Hew-
WATER NOTICE.
Notice ls hereby given that an ap
plication will be made und"]' Part V.
of the "Watei  Act, 1909," ti
licensi it, the Weslmlnste	
New v ''.uiiin-.tei  nisi rict.
ui i The nam'    adi   i        mi   oi
tion ol the applicant;    Prede Ick \'..
| Smith, residing at South \'��� ���
I     . address, New ' ���'������ Muir u    B. I
dairyman
I hi The name oi th< lai
source  (11  unnamed, the   di
i       lir  ui prlng,   situai
Subdivision 12 ol  Bloc!       Sectloi
Block  6   No   I    '
mlnste ��� 'Dl
i c.i  The   polni   Of  dlvi
the   centre   o
'owned by J. E   '.: u ph
idi The quant
for  (in cubic One
. ixiieil:   i 1 60).
k i The characte o th< proposed
works:   A pri . .     . ��� ten
through a l-lncl plp< i a fro said
Subdivision '.-. :, ��� . . ��� property,
which adjoin-?.
The preini wl lei  thi wai
to be use        escrlh'   sac i
Bub        Inns 5 i       i        Bio il   2, Si c
tion 30   Bio i
'1-1 The   pirr >s ���    fo    which    th(
leu   I
ng and don
i    ' ���     ' posted on tl
and anrli ���
will bi ��� "       mer on
910, i 10 i. in
am   add i-^t-t-y
,���.,..
likely to tn
>���   I ���    ��������� osed wo ki   eltl
: i   e or below   I i oui li I   I on<
F. W. SMITH
Box 531     ev B. C
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Notice   to   Contractors.
Tendi        _ r,,r  ii,,.  piy.
H      Uto
Iltl      : I .,;.       an,i
11 betwi
i,l - ',   ntl  Strei    b
I    n
een   ani ob-
I    '.'. .       i    1910.
'pei.
or an    tende   no   nee
:       d  .' '       T,,|,,,       ;|p.
i onditlonal upon the |
o   thi   i ocal Improvemem Bylaw.
Tenders   to   be  ai compani i
marked  cheque foi   Bve pe   c nl. of
the  amounl   of  Tendei   an I   marl   i
"Tender toi Sidewalks." and del
to the  undersigned   ni    lai
o'cl icl   ''    -: . 1910.
W. A. DUNl li    Clerk.
WATER NOTICE.
AVARS EXPOSITIONS
for mm OPENING
CANADA'S FAVORS ARE
SOUiillT Vi UNITED STATES
Taft ] More   Than
One Ci    S   >iild Celebrate
Corn of Canal.
Republic Is Now a  Suppliant for Tariff Concessions  From Dominion
���Ottawa Oficials Approached.
IT  PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
-IN-
ITHE DAILY NEWS
��� -?%\
J
more  attract!      trlj
��� nee up to Hla-
N< x\  Empri bs   galls
For reservations and
ED. GOULET,
C P.R. A.   nt
Westminster
ransf cr Co.
Br Q��   lib.       r .rr.    Pfcorif  137
f i Columbia Street
H^fcf.,,.,a   delivered    promptly   to
my part of the city.
tHt and Heavy Hauling
FICE���TRAM  DEPOT
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block       P. O. Box 641
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front  St.. Foot cf Sixth.
Notlc* Is herel i   I:     ai appll
cation w"l lie rnude i ndi i   Pari  V. of
the "Watei   Vc      '!   ���     ���    obtain a 11
censi   li   I In   Soi   I    Vl    min te   I ii ���
sion o Westminster Distrl
(a i    Tin  nai        i i nd occupa
Hon of iin   appllcanl    J   E,  Mu ' '
lon, dalrylni   and fai n
��� ��� m<   ol  : h<   laki        e mi
unnan In
tion  :
Subdlvlsioi        I       30
( i   Thi  polni o  dl     sion: Al tbe
spring.
Tb(  i uantity of watei  applied
in cubic   - e   pe   ��� ���    md):  One-
I   cubic  foot.
i     Tin  chi  ��� hi   p op  led
workf     Ti ��� I    p.l   spring,   pipe   from
i nn I.   to  dwellii
(g) The purposes for which the
i ��� Is to in used ; i iwelllngs,
dairying and sto :1
i      This no lc< i ���   ed r>n the
30th daj ppltca-
Hon will he made to the commissioner
ci-,. the 31sl day ol Maj.   !   0
tO   Give the ni 'esses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees wbo or whose lands are likely
ected by the proposed works,
either abi \ < oi beh '���'��� the outlet:
None.
J. E. MtmPHY,
Xew Westminster,
April 30, 1910.
___'_%*_.
���YOU NEEDN'T
COME  AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any ot our
drivers will lv glad W take
your order. Thou. too. a postal will bring about tiio Bame
result���good coal in your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone Is in good order, and
their numbers are lfi and L6.
Coal procured here Is crackajack coal, however secured.
I il\ ir ^a s
GILLEY BROS. Ltd.
Haa********** ***********************
[STORE, BANK CITTINf:^ 1
Iand office rill UN VjO \
SHOW CASES
tion
���
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAIL
INGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOOD
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
I as hern made lo register the Corpor-
itlon of the Township or District of
:- ... , > as ihe owner in fee simple, un-
d i a Tax Sale Deed from the Reeve
and c.etk of ihe Corporation of the
lowr.t-Hp or District of Surrej to the
CovpM.11 i I    of   llie   Township  or  DIb-
nici ol Surrey, bearing viiites of the
2181 day ot October, AD.. 1906 and
Slat day of December, A iv. 1901, ol
all and singula) that certain pan 11
or trad of land and premises Situate
lying and being in the Distrlcl o! New
Wesiminster, in the Province of Brit-
i-'. Columbia, more particulsrlj known
ind described  as:    Lol  1  in Bubdlvl-
H tertalned the Cal
11     '  Iti
boi Pan        Cana lon i
'��� Housi   I
d       '      ���  i ouli      e ni	
d lebri         I         etlon
o Panama  Canal shouli   i o
iuntry In  1915.
loi        Sai   "   '��� li co, on I
il" ..'���'
deslgi '   :-
bi   President's id* i
...    |10 | . .,     i. **cik\.
e to  maki   puhll      ' li
���        b       li     "    hi
bellevi he can
plotioi !'   '     celel
,i    ���       ins of the world should 1
.'.   ���   tl     :'"   i nlti
a ������''..
Indlci  lon the
P 'ontii ued   " hi   canal  will
b pleted h      '   '
lon  is noi  too long
ai ���      ���     mce  in
on   ol   i h<   city    or    ������   :- i
atloi      ' hould   he
held."
Californlans cheered I '��� ���   " ���
del    wl   -   I ���   said that  if    Congress
Dl , .     '    i ni on��   celebration be
ii' ei   mi ������'���-���'��� vedly 1	
r ���   clsco   !s  ')-.<   logical    place    and
sl chosen."
Con's Immigrants
Trim Salmon Bellies
Th     Cnil
���     already  I
a     of
with i        la.   It
1
I -     Thui da    the seer ta
Ben    ........ . |       ,      j,;
ambassadoi   h 're transmitting  to the
'  "    !;"    ". nmenl    tin     fo i
1 ��� Itei    B    '  '    thai
���     bi      ' ���    the   two
countries he initiated al   the earlie it
time  convenient  and    agreeabl
tin   -.' iminlon governmei I
Ii is assu |    nunlca-
tlon   was   al   once   forwarded   to    the
���   '"   ������       ��� nd    thai    thero
will be no unm ela    In for-
'ii.
Thi       sti        department    offli lai
he ���   hi ���<   "    i' ��ub1   thai  C la wll]
1  .....
Si���   govorpmi nl, bul    upon
lines the ni ��� i '��� Ions \      ���     :eed so
far at    he       snlncton gi      ...
��� ���     ......    i .     .,,    --,,    (...",
mined,
There   is   no   doubt,   howi ver.  that
'   ������     ' ��� tes will strenuously insist upon a ie ip. favorabli   treatment
'oodpulp and pi Ipwood ��� i]   li
to   he United States.
PRINCE   OF  TONIGHT.
ol Tonight" 11 thi
i usica ' om  ti    Prin��
itre con ; any Chicago, where
lights
Oi   ra In i       ���>.  '  ���
���' ���   li  hi ' led by Henrj VV
who I      beei ��� ���    one
cars.
Mr. VVoodri poor
Bpurned b   a rich
of his si
Icn. ugh the bl    mini
���
I    I  lyric's are b
���! " song hits ai
islng   Her Now," "You
Old Wo Id After All '
������ .   ''"   [or Yale     nd mac
Over sixty pen  | sarried and the
""   tha I ha   caused
! so   much  comment   over  the
[will be seen.   The curtain rises sharp
at elgl    o'c!
SEATTLE INVADED BY
CARRIE HATCHET NATION
v XaiioTi,
0 !��� ������:��� ��� Ol hi cl el fame, sworn
enemj   of the  llqu ir traffic
cret socletl     ���    all kind i
leattl       night on her Brat
visit  to the sti te ol  Wa ihlni ton.
I Ing Airs.   XaM"a     did,
after ���       hersel      In   her  room.
to go to the Oregon and Washington   railroad   freighl   station   and
390 pound:- of freight.    Fhe sells
���  cl ets for thc beneffl iem-
! e anee cat
***************a*<r***a*ra**$*Aa****a**************'>****>
X  One  Night
J   May 18th
!: Wa\_ws&_mEm
One  Nigh    ���
fl��JMlHJM4 May18th ;
(Continued from Page Five.)
one  like   Newsy  Lalonde.  and  though
there are some pretty fair men on the
���    there are rone of the kind that :
; ag with the N'ew Westminster
defence. Time after time Tom Gifford sroppod Ravey'S passes at close
bm ii could he s��en that the
hi. point has not yet settled down to
his usual form of lacrosse. Jim Gifford had more trouble wltb Pones Allen, hut the famous Vancouver homer
never passed him.
Tlie Vancouver defence on Saturday
wns a dandy. As soon as the Salmon
}.. .. would i^'ns the hall past centre field, the Vancouver defence would
eti up like a l '.im; ruler and what
had looked like a ftrcd chance before
v. ,i seeYn almost bdpeless. When-
evei 'he ball Hi .et jest Howard and
Griffith, Gibbon? ol the reliable eye
was present   um'i  the  sails set.
There was no serious rough work
and Referee Dltchburn gave good satisfaction.
Mayor Taycr Cheered.
Tim ball was faced off hy Mayor
Taylor, who had to have a little fun
ou!   ot ll   after sp inHng    his    good
i nej   on   medals   for   the     winners.
HARRY  TIDY,  Manager.
Mort H  Singer Presents
HENRV WOODRUFF
-IK-
���
���
<
��
ill     .'4 ot block 1 ot section 30, hlock   Vftei   .he h.  ^ihev&i hlmBelf
., Qorth, range 2 west; lot*. 8 to IT,    n(   h     ,,n(Ms ,,���Jp(,UM. ln the dresa
1 '    "",;;:"     -   -i Vt.-,.\.,\ three benrty
heers.    Manager VVelsh also came In
���'...���NEW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
���'���" I
J.  BROOKES. Proprietor
W0RKS-Corner  Eleventh  and  Carline. PHONE 473     J
t*****a*a*****,aar*********** a******************���****
16, hlock B, noi Hi range 2 Wi b!
IB  tO  21,  inclusive,  hlock   14  Ol   BOUth-
casi quarter Bectlon I, township 8;
lotB 6,6, and i. in subdivision 23 of
sect Urn 16, hlock B, north range 2,
west, lots 22 and 23, in subdivision
88 of Bectlon 16, hlock B, north range
2. wesl ; lots 1, 2. 3, 4. B, 6, 7. S. II.
rj, hlock 4 of loi 387A, group 2; I"1'4
2 to 0 .inclusive, hlock 14 of southeast quarter section 4, township D;
lol B, hlock 8 or lol 387A, group 2:
lol Its. block 2 Ol lot 3S7A, group 2;
lots 21, 82, hlock :i of southeast quart-
er section 4. township B; lots 18, ID,
hlock 8 of southeast quarter section
4, lownship D; lot 22, hock 16 of
southeast quartet section 4. township
B, map BIO", lot 23, hlock 18 Of southeast quarter section 4 township 9.
You nnd those claiming through or
under you and all pei sons claiming
anv Interest In the said land hy virtue of any unregistered Instrument,
and all persons Claiming any Interest
in   the  said   land   hy   descent,   whose
title is not registered under tiie pro
visions of the "Land lleplstry Act."
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty-five
davs from the day of the first pub
llcallon of this notice upon you, and
in defaull of ii caveat or certificate
Of lis pendens being filed within such
period, or in default or redemption
before registration, you and each of
VOU  will  he
for some app'ause
one of the phasing features of tiie
mime was thai i.i was only exhibition.
i The Prince of To-Night!
A Musical Gem in a Beauty Setting
Direct from 200 nights at Prince?s Theatre, Chicago \
Entire free list suspended for this production
Seats on Sale at Tidy's Florist Store, Friday Next
The curtain will positively rise at 8 o'clock.    No
��� ushering during first act.
****************************************************x
The   Score.
Vancouver,   li;   Westminster.   2.
The Teams.
VANCOUVER, WESTMINSTER.
ft. Clifford
T. Gifford
Marshall
.1. Gifford
(1 lleunle
T. Kennie
P. Feeney
w. Turnbull
Latham
Wintemute
C.  Spring
L. Turiihull
Vi.  Spring
The   referee���W.   R   Ditehhnni.
The lloal  I'lnplres���Matt Hair, and
A.  K.  Kellin. ton
The  Time  Keepers���C W. Murray
y ,i. lohnston
The  Penally clerks���P. Devlne and
11   .1.  Mapor.
Tim weathff���Cool and wln:!y.
The inti nrf.ee    B��600.
Th.: Mab of the Hour���Con Jones
The coals    Itavey.  12 min.,  11  sec;
flaVey,   1  min.  89 sec;   George  Hen
nie, 3 min.. It sec; Murray 6 min., 39
22
ilhhons
Goal
lililllth
Point
Howard
t'ovei point
Clarkson
1st Get.
1  ckering
2nd  Her.
Gttl'V ev
3rd Hef.
West
Cent i e
Mai In :?on
3rd Home
Murray
2nd Home
Allen
1st  Home
Adamson
Outside
Itavey
Inside
foreTer estopped and i*\__}  Doughey Spring, 8 min., 22 sec,
getting up an.   claim to Murray,  21  sec   Ravey. S.  min.,  <_
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE P.F.ST.
Second quarter���Vancouver 3.
i
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
i Burns & Co
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645 COLUMBIA  STREET.
barred from
or  ill  resi.ect  of the said land,  and  I Is( (-
_haU Ster The Corporation o! the     first   quarter-Vancouver   2
TownaS   or   District   Ot   Surrey   as j Westminsler   0
owner  thereof  in  fee.    And  I  hereby i
,,-der that publication of this notice WJrttrrtnster 2.
for thirty  davs in  a daily  newspaper i     Third   quaitc
published   In   New   Westminster   will ���
be . ooil and sufficient, sorvice thereof. !
Hated  at  the  Hand  Registry  Office,
New Westminster, I'rovince of British
Colombia, this 2!>th day of March, A.
D.. 1910.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar
S
New-
New
New
Westmins!
Fourth   ii'r
Westminster   2
The ponal^es - Frvea Allen, 5 minutes; Ooorge Kcrt.ie, 5 minutes; Murray. 10 miiuivs. Tom Gifford, 5 minutes.
Tho easua'fics-   W. Turnbull, eye ln-
rltt���Vancouver  5,  New
To David Miller. William A. McCal- I Jured.    Murray, head cut.
lam. Angus Mclnnes. T. G. Stark. Wil-!    Effect of gt.n.e en  Con Jones-De
iiam Davis. Henry Fraser. Henry
Kells. Harold Ponsford, AUen T.piers.
George Stone, Robert I.yness, Mar. ar- l1���^13
et G. Cooper. John Roberts, Richard
Hooking, Hugh T. Crossley, John E.
Hunter.
lirfium.
Effect on Va'.'.cot'ver team���Twelve
Cevv \ATcstminster team-
TENDERS.
Effect on
Surprise.
Effect on Vancouver fans���Delight.
Effect on New Westminster fans-
Cm iosity.
Effect on Huk'i Gifford���Profession-
��� lalism.
Tenders  are  called  for  excavating I    Effect  on  Vancouver sport writers
' on the corner of Sixth and Carnarvon  ���Writer's   cranir.
streets and must he sent in not later      Effect on llulie/'.t comet���Not estl-
than 12 o'clock noon on Wednesday, mated yet.
May 11, 1010. Effect on Minto Cup���None.
Speciilcatlons  can  be  seen  at  the1    Effect on speda,or���One dollar,
office   of   the   Dominion  Trust   Com-'    Effect on    Jeffnes Johnson    tight���
panv, Columbia street. '.Complicated
T.  R. PEARSON
New Westminster, May 7, 1910.
Maybe You Have
Noticed
*���m
Effect on   pciaulty  in New  Westminster���Awful.
That we are offering some Cheap
Buys in Sapperton
We have Lots on Buchanan street,
Hospital street, and Blair Avenue.
From $425.00 to $525.00 and only
$25.00 to handle them.
Also a Splendid Corner on Brunette St.
66ft. Lot with 6 room house (2 yrs. old)
Price is Low, Terms Easy.
The Craig Realty Co
Room  8,  Thomson   Block.
New Westmlster, B. C
Phone 629
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, MAV <(
1910.
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SCREEN DOORS
and WINDOWS
All   Sizes   and   Prices
Call and  B< e Our St ick
Anderson
&
Lusby
COLUMBIA  STREET.
The Westminster Modern
Business Scliool
A business education should be purchased once: therefore you wan to be
practically instructed in the branches
which are used in every day business
life, and at a minimum cost. Not only
do our students get the best to be
obtained but also the benefits of our
efforts  in  securing  positions.
REMEMBER, WE ARE OPEN FOR
DAY SESSIONS THE ENTIRE YEAR.
A. L. BOUCK,
610    Columbia    St.
Principal.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'aes Tor Ladies from .12./5
op.
Silver Watches, gents open face
96.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case.
97.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
STORAGl
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
NOTICE.
Take notice that I, Grace Cruickshank, of Matsqui, B. C, farmer's wife,
ii.tend to apply to the Commissioner
of Lands and Works, Victoria, for a
license to prospect for coal and petrol-
cum on and under the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post marked
Grace Cruickshank's, on N. E. corner
Bet of the Section line between Section 28 and 2'.), Tp. 16, New Westminster District, about 10 chains north
of the S. E. corner of Section 29;
thence south one mile; then west one
mile; then north one mile; then east
one mile to the point of commencement ;  640 acres.
GRACE CRUICKSHANK,
Matsqui, April  IS,  1910.
PJBLIC   MEETING.
in response to a numerously signed
petition     of     ratepayers     protesting
������gains',  lir-  delays  in tlie  completion
the   Improvements   on   Columbia
street,   T   hereby   call   a  public  meet-
i ig,  to be  held  in  the  City  Hall on
Weidnest ay, the 18th Inst., at 8 p. in.
JOHN A. LEE, Mayor.
Mayor's Office, May  11, 1910.
IT  PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE DAILY NEWS
Benjamin French, an old man living
on Fifth avenue between Ninth and
Tenth streets, died ;������ erday morning. He was eighty-four years of age
and had come from Baj Ri erts, Newfoundland, a few years ago. So- i
his sons have been in tiiis country
for some time and he came out to
live with them. The funeral will take
place on Tuesday to the Odd Fellows'
��� cetery.
Until further notice the Bank of
Montreal, New Westrrinster, will be
open for business Saturday evenings
from   7   to   9   o'ciock.
Panama hats cleaned, and bid
Phone R 278, Royal City Ch   a
li. ,- b. *���
W.   H.   Handcock,   a   vv. II   known
old   timer   and   foi mei   alderi     i  ol
this city,  quietly celebrated   thi   I
tietli anniversary oi bis arrival in New
Wc tminster on Sal urda     I i -
fii sl   si'   foot  h May 14, 1870.
Mr.   i:   . ti."  here from  Poit
Douglas, where he spent aboul ten
veins with his uncle, one oi the pioneers of the place. Altogether, the
ex-alderman has been a resident of
British Columbia for nearly fifty-two
years.
The proper place to dine is at the
Bohemian Cafe, Depot Hotel block.
The best of everything. ����
See J. A. Motherwell for Kire, Accident and Automobile Insurance. Room
4, Merchants Bank Building. Phone
691. **
In reply to the telegram of condolence sent to King George V. by the
joint, lodges of the Sons of England
of Vancouver and New Westminster,
the following cable has been received
by W. Towlerl district deputy: " The
king sincerely thanks the united
lodges of-the Sons of England of New
Westminster and Vancouver for their
kind sympathy." The message is
signed by the king's private secretary.
See J. A. Motherwell for Fire, Acci-
1. Merchants Bank Building. Phone
dent and Automobile Insurance. Boom
691. **
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
beg to announce that for the convenience of their customers they will in
future be open for business from seven
till   nine  on   Saturday  evenings.        **
Harry Tidy, the florist, will keep
his store open this evening and tomorrow night until nine o'clock for
the benefit of those who wisli to reserve seats for "The Prince of Tonight." which plays here Wednesday
evening.
I love my pipe, but, "Oh! You Solo
Special" cigar. **
The Oliver Typewriter Agency at
Tli; Columbia stteet is being constantly asked for stenographers. You
can learn the Oliver at home. Seventeen cents a day pays for it. See Hol-
ton E. Sands and ask him to tell you
all  about it. **
The time for receiving competitive
designs for ihe laying out of the
grounds at the Asylum farm has been
extended. June 6 is now the last
dale on which the plans may be submitted.
Have that cup of "Tea" at the
"Royal." We are now in our new
place, a nice, quiet cool place fo have
Ice Cream and Cake. All our Fresh
Crushed Fruits are in. Step in on
your way down town today. The
Royal Cafe. **
See J. A. Motherwell for Fire, Accident and Automobile Insurance. Room
4,   Merchants  Bank   Building.     Plione j
691. ���*     i
Dr. Pidgeon, of Westminster hall,
Vancouver, will give a lecture on "Impressions of Canada" on Tuesday in
the schoolroom of the West End Presbyterian church. A musical program
will also be provided.
Tie   Eagle?   will   hold   a   memorial;
service in their ball on  Sin M...
22, 4n memory of those of their order ;
���  I ive died recently.    Rev. j.  s.
n will deliver an address.
The Northern Crown Bank beg to
announce that they wiil be open on
Saturday evenings from 7 till 9
o'clock. **
Life to me is just like a gam.- i [
checkers���when you move I move.
William Medley. Baggage. Express
and Transferring. Phone 664, day;
421, night. ���*
Jessie Maclachlan will  sing in  thej
opera  house  here   on   May   26.    T .
concer    ..-    t etng   given   under   the
���      Sons of Scotland.
Anything in our line 10 to  20  p��
cent,   saved  for   you.     Fales.        **
���. ���   anspl es  i ; ' ���   Nai
' : B. C, Pi st No. 4. the Juveni:. I
ms will apj ea     ere the ni^!.: I
of May 24.
A Seasonable Appetizing Lunch foi
ess men is provided at the|
"Royal Cafe" at exceedingly reasonable pr .<..i Quick an.', first class service. Come and bring a friend. Main
floor Dominion Trust block. **
The   council   meeting   tonight   will
' probably be a lengthy affair.    There
was little done at the regular meeting '
last week  on  account  of  the  king's |
! death and all last week's business will
come up tonight.
A payment, of $25 procures a lot in
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
& Kennedy, Ltd. These lots are In
great demand. **
Tbe Epsom, which fs loading lumber at the Fraser mills, is expected
to leave tomorrow morning.
The Bank of Toronto beg to announce that they will be open for business on Saturday evenings from 7
until  9 o'clock. **
Bohemian Cafe
Depot Hotel. ��� Opp. C. P. R. Station.
35c - Merchants' Lunch -35c
From 11:30 to 2:30
MONDAV,  MAY   16,  1910.
SO IP
Vermicelli
Consomme
FISH
Baked Halibut  au Gratin
SALAD
Potato with Mayonnaise Dressing
ENTREES
Boiled Corned Pork with Cabbage
Minced Chicken on  Toast witli
Poached Kgg
Beef Stew with Dumplings
ROASTS
! Prime Ribs of Beef, Brown Gravy
Shoulder of Veal, Sage Dressing
Leg of Lamb, Mint Sauce
VEGETABLES
Mashed and Steamed Potatoes
'   Stewed White Beans
DESSERT
Apple,  Raisin  and   Rhubarb Pies
Queen   Pudding,   Vanilla   Sauce
Tea
Coffee Milk-
Dinner from 5 to 8
I
j If you want something dainty and
appetizing   or   are   In   a   hurry   phone
j 702 and your order will be ready when
you   arrive   at   The    Bohemian   Cafe.
J.   P.   CASH,   Proprietor.
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
Applications will be received by the
undersigned up to 1-. noon, on Saturday. May iii. 1!<|0, for the position
or   Auditor   for   the     Municipality  of
Uurnaby.
Municipal  Kn I.
May 'J   l'.'IO.
T.  SAUNDERS,
C. M.
Edmonds,  B.C.,
C.
COME AND
SEE US
In Our New Quarters in the
DEANE BLOCK
Four  Doors   East   of   Bank   ot
Montreal
We Have Just Received a Fresh
Stock of Popham's Chocolates
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Columbia St.   New Westminster.
I
10 Acres extra good land, 3
acres cleared; seven roomed
house, bath and pantry, hot
and cold water. One mile
from electric tram. Price
$3500. Terms, $500, balance
easy terms.
APPLY TO
J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
On Tke Table
AT REDUCED PRICES
Vn announcei nl  of extreme Importance to women who lmve nol   yet   purchased  thel
V:.:.   ot as pre,  .   and stylish hats as are to be seen in any millinery   showroom   and   ���
of prices takes place this week.   Our millinery is foremost in showing new styles,   v,
these  50  hats  novel Weas and arrangements having tl n   In   rar-awaj   fashlo
:;.,,.i   styles   suitable tor outing occasions us well as dress functions.
White  and
Colored
WasK Skirts
$1.50    Each.
Women's   while   linen,   duck
and  navy  an.i   white  and   black
and   white   Bpotted   duck   wash
Bkirts.      Made    in    g 1     I .li
gored styles trimmed with flat
bi ��� pplng; a few si.- les n '.���
with groups of pleats; all slzi s,
including special outslzes In the
darker skins. Regular values,
$1.50 to $2.25. Special this
week,  each    $1.50
Unequalea
Values in White
Shirt Waists
$1.00  Each.
TWO     !��� a      ���!.        :���   ���      I''  e        p. i  i .I
value notb ��� ible In the lini
waisis at   this   price,    one   is
thai   a   large   number  are   I
iii's style:- !��� luc d in price
from $1.50 and $1.75 to $1.00
and the oilier thai we offer a
Bpeclaljy tailored walsl of .
quality usually $1.25. We put
both Uni s together this week
al   each $1'0��
A. Timely Offer
m�� of Spring
Dress Fairies
50c   per   Y
Seme   30   end
homespuns.      Pai
sti i| es.    checks,    ;
mohali s. etc., in II
colors;   ll   to  54   I
Ail wool  and  pi p
lengths    run    fi"
yard -.    These  fi ��
regular  \ aluea 66< I _",
clear,  per  yard   ... 51
New Showing of Lisle Gloves
35c, 50c and 60c per Pair.
A delayed shipment of Bprlng gloves to hand Saturday. A
shortage of gloves in our glove department of these very lines
has caused us no little inconvenience. We are Indeed pleased
to announce their arrival. Our customers will be pleased at the
values. Colors are navy. tan. grey, mode, cream and white and
I.lack. Sizes 6 to 7'._; outsize black 7 to 8%. Special showing this week.
Small   Chil
uren
1
^p
rons
25c
Each.
Vou
wi
1    Ik
gen ini .  i .
prised
at
the
valui
wl Ite
iprous.
Thi
ol  white
awn
and
Bei tion
around
yoki
ti Immi
IgB
Bl
'.es 1  ���    1 yean
Each   .
���>-.
THE MERCHANTS BANK
OF CANADA
Head Office: Montreal, Quebec.
Established, 1864
Capital Paid Up,���$6,000,000
Reserve Funds���$4,600,000
Total Assets (over) $66,000,000
This institution is one of the oldest, largest and best known banks doing
business in Canada. Having 145 Branches from Quebec to Victoria and
most satisfactory airangements at all other points, it has exceptional collecting and exchange facilities.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
We give special attention to Savings Accounts. You may start an account with $1.00, interest allowed at highest bank rate, and added twice a
year without application or presentation of pass book. No delay in withdrawals. Two or more persons may open a joint account, and withdraw it
by individual cheque.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENING, 7 TO 9 O'CLOCK
For the convenience of our customers and to give the working man an
opportunity of depositing his savings, this office will be open for business on
Saturday evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock.
We will be glad to have the public call and inspect our new office.
New Westminster Branch        :       ���        H. C. Adams, Manager
��#*m*\&'-m>Ay *���

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