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ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WES>     NSTER.
MOW WESTMINSTER, 11.
.MONDAY
'NNUM. TROUBLE DAY
QUIETER THAN USUAL
lWer Disturbances Reported on May Day Than
Usual-Socialists Parade.
DISPUTE ARiSES
OVER COAL LAND
ROUTE OF PROCESSION      ' LABOR PARTY PREPARES FOR
IS Tilt ONLY DIFFICULTY   NEXT DOMINION ELECTION
CREW
were
May    l.���Disorders
Sixty thousand masons
at   Milan,   while   the
10,000 al Bologna
were being  held
English Company Lays
Claim to Prior Option on
The Dunsmuir Group.
Details
All
of Children's Fete Day
Arranged���Free   Rides
Autcs   for   Kiddies.
Near;y   Winnipeg   Workers   Already   Planning
in Campaign Which They Expect Will
Send Their Candidate to Ottawa.
FOOD IS TOO OLD
[Rome,
ired tod
c mi  .
\]   ers number
while the meeting
na  .md   flery  speeches  were
I ting  di llvered,   the '     '
i    . Blng the
Bhelter,
The government
���dinarllj   Btrong
kin order.
All   traffic   was   stopped
Breets were Btrongly patrollerd.
police   arrived
crowd and driving them
had  taken
measures to
extra-
main-
and   the
Clash   in   Sw!><irland.
Berne,   Swltzei^uid,   May   l.���Prr\
sions were held in many cities In
Switzerland   today    hut   without
t except at Geneva, where a group
Hf anarchists came into
|tfe(   police.
I Several persons
tojUK'l
Vancouver, May 1.���An English corporation   Which   claims   to   have  been
offered an opUon lor the purchase of
| the Uunsiuuir coal lands and mint   oa
ami  and  Uie Dunsmuir
lhe   slate   ol   California,
ii accepted, lias issui d
supreme court to compel specific performance of the agreements wliich it declares were entered
Into; as an alternative the English
company asks for damages tor alleged breach of the agreements,
The English company which has issued the wrll is the Brazilian, Canada
& General  Trust company.    The de-
Vancouver  isl
properties in
wliich   option
a  writ   ni   I ho
May Day preparations arc progressing merrily, and tlie committees are
beginning to show signs of tatigue.
li Is now coi lam that there will b -
more than one maypole. There may
he flve and there may be oven' more
tiie commit ice finds thai
will   bo   extraordlnaril)
tha'   i!
crowd
dis-
oup
collision with
than
tlie
large.
There
children
has  Set
[i|0\ ide
Thn e
give   tl:''
on both sides were
Arrests   in   Montreal.
V
bei
to
$
ft
I
f
I
9
mtri il. May 1.���The socialists
a .May Day demonstration here
. bul there was no disturbance,
l roceedings passing ofl success-
Some two thousand people
red In one of the parks and live-
trangues were heard In many for-
��� n ues,
BOCialists  were arrest ed for
.   hills   on   the   sidewalks,
is contrai y to a civ io bylaw,
1
it
��� ��� *
'*}'���
I
m
"m
'.rnipeg   Painters   May   Strike.
ay   1.���-It    looks   -,t~   If
D      wll]   :��������� i-  a   strike   of  tlie
��� this city,   The employees
��� a   complaint   i  gar din     a
��� ��� ile lo lake the place of the
���   i ii es   tonight.      At   a
el wo partli s last night,
li ters declined to granl
���   ' tor a minimum wage
in  hour. Offi I Ing  instead a
minimum of 80 cents per
ime as  lasl   year,  bul  a
'.i live cents, according
Itti e
\.   H.   machinists   rue   the
ody   of   'n< n   that   are ap-
ii negotiation with their em-
���   .    ���  . dub   and tjii i s
no pi OSpi Cts of  a'/.y  trou-
parUes are  Looking  foi
adjust ue; ,-,*.
un-
been
Ceil' ^^^^^^
fendants named in the writ, which
was Isuued by Frederick John Fulton,
formerly minister of public works in
the British Columbia government and
a barrister of Kamloops, are Messrs.!
Ephrlam Hodgson, of Nanaimo; !
George B. French, of Portland, Ore.;
Richard Thomas Ellott, of Victoria,
and .lames Dunsmuir, of Victoria, the
last mentioned a former premier of
British Columhla.
The  properties   wliich   the   English
corporation claims were offered to ll
are   valued   at   $11, 1,000,  that  sum
being the amount at which they were
recentlj purchased by Messrs. William
MacKenzie and I). 1). Mann, respectively president and vice president
of the Canadian Northern Railway
company.
In the story behind the Issuing of
this wiit the plaintiff company allegi a
that Ephrlam Hodgson, operating
dei an option alleged to have
given by It. T. Bliotl to Gt orge B.
French, wenl to London. England, and
offered i1 Dunsmuir properth s to
the plaitililf company for $11,000,000.
The  plaintiff  company  further declares thai it accepted the proposition
under the option alleged to have heen
given to Mr. French; thai it Instructed an agent  in  Seattle to audit tbe
books of the Wellington Colliery company and arranged to have its mining  expert  leave  London  for  British
11 'olumbla foi  the purpose of Inspect-
in     the  Dunsmuir  coal  holdings  on
. anco tver island.
Officials  of   the   plaintiff   company
Uu.t   is tl
concluded they a ��tl< ed In a
London that the Cana-
Rallway company had
will  be the  usual  races for
and   the   finance   committee
a Ide      liberal  allowance to
pr lz e s.
auto; have pica engaged to
children free rides, around
the park and this part of the en-
tertalnmenl wlll be somewhat similar
t-i thai of last year.
The only thing thai is now worrying Chief Watson, who is to marshall
the parade, is the route that will be
taken.    It   Is evident  that the whole
length of Columbia street cannot be
used on Friday and the chief thinks
that it would be better not to use
it at all and run no danger of (lotting
the parade mixed up with the Columbia street improvements. The route
will probably po along Carnarvon
to Sixth street, up Sixth to
and   then   on   to  the
Winnipeg, May 1,���The labor element of this city has issued a call to
all adherents to assist in the thorough
organization of the labor party with
a view to running candidates at the
next federal election. The first meeting ai which the scheme will be discussed in its entirety will be held on
Wednesday evening, when some Important announcements are expected
to  be  made  public.
The Trades and Labor Council convention committee is taking the initial  steps in  the movement.
The labor party is sanguine of winning a seat at the next election, an.l
promises to put a strong man In the
held when the time comes. The party
ir- well supplied with funds and will
be   in   a   position   to   thorough
ploit  its   policy   when   the
arises.
Winnipeg  was  represented  in  par-
Pament   for   the   session   ending   in
1004  by  A.  W.  Puttee, a labor  man,
hut he was badly defeated In the elec
tion of that year, when  D
(liberal)  was returned.
Sailors Object to Eating
Potatoes Grown in 1902-
Carry Case to Consul.
CHINAMAN BRtA.u
NECK BY SHORT TALL
Sam Su Ho Found Dead on
Lulu Island���Coroner's Inquest Not Necessary.
ex-
occasion
W.  Bole
El-
Vi Stel-
avenue
long in
lots of
street
Hoval ^^^^^^^^
park.
The bands are coming
Bl : ; ������ and there wiil be
sic on  tbe great  day.
Chief Watson requests that all owners of automobiles who wish to help
sw( 11 the procession to use their
chines in the parade.
fine
mu
ir, a-
regis-
in the
crimes
,. Police Court Cases.
Thirty-nine  convictions  were
tered in  the city police court
month   of  April,    No  serious
were on  the list, abduction being Cie
worst.    This  last  case was a tamilv
j row over the possession of a Child.
The following is the full iist of cases:
Assault. 1; carrying offensive weapon, 1; theft, 5; attempt to obtain
money by laise pretenses. 1; in possession of Btolen goods, 2;  vagran
:4; drunkenness. II; breaches of the
pound bylaw. '^; breaches of the Indian
ac*. 2; gambling. -5; using threatening
language, 1;  bound over
���peace, 1;   abduction. 1.
TWO HEADED GIRL
SPEAKS  TWO   TONGUES
Xew York, May 1.���John O. Nelson,
of 4114 Stuart avenue, Brooklyn Hills.
lias a daughter who has two well developed heads, he says. She is six
years of age ancl is unable to
o/ sit up, but her father says
as In Ight as any child
When the cold
to keep the
!
���   '1    ^^^^^
pi,.  i i able to
dlan  Northern
NG
PHONOGRAPH M
RECORDS  OF  STORMS
hi the Dunsmuir Interests.
BOYS STUDY BOMB
BY  USING A  HAMMER
STEAM Wilt
ST. ANDREWS LOCK
.,.,p   .-;.-��!
illtl'Llifl
walk
she is
he ever saw.
^ fcas born, the doc-
tors told his parents that she could
not live, but Nelson employed the
best specialists and succeeded not
only in keeping his little one alive, but
in giving her comparative health.
This cost him all he owned, he says.
about   $33, ,  and   he   and  his  wife
now are poor.
The Nelsons do all possible to prevent strangers seeing their child ancl
v. rap her up to get her out of doors
without attracting attention. The chil I
s; oaks English and German with
e [ual fluencj. using bcth mouths when !
-, eaks, her fathers says.
riEKUlK 4Rf WVFST.VG
LARGE SUMS IN CANADA
Seattle, May 1.���Members of the
crew of the British ship Elginshire
still are loud in complaint of their
treatment, aboard tbe vessel on its
voyage from the l'nited Kingdom.
They have carried their case to the
British consul at Fort Townsend and,
acting under advice from Daniel Lan-
don, their attorney, intend doing
everything possible to obtain redress
tor what they call the brutal treatment of Captain Wright.
James Edgar Hay, cook on the
ginshlre, which arrived here
day, said that during tl��o trip from
Glasgow the food the men were forced
to eat was in a frightful condition.
He said the coffee and preserved potatoes had been on the ship eight
years, and that six days after leaving
Glasgow it was necessary to throw
two barrels of bailey overboard. Hay
said that the British consul appealed
to at Port Townsend charged him $5
| for his expenses to Seattle and deducted $35 for his expenses to Seattle from
himself and each of tin ee others of
the crew.
In a complaint signed by four of the
Elginshire's crew, they state that the
treatment they received on the voyage does not justify them in remaining  with  the vessel.
The Elginshire now is discharging
at the Wall street dock. She will go
to British Columbia to load lumber
for South Africa, under charter to
Findley,  Benliam  &  Brodie.
Another fatal accident along the
banks of the Fraser occurred on Sat/-
urday night. This time the victim is.
a Chinaman who has been employed
for three weeks one one of 11. Gil-
ley's pile drivers, which is doing some-
work on Lulu island.
Sam Su Ho, aged about sixty-five,,
left the pile driver to go up town,
about eight o'clock on Saturday night-
He left Chinatown about eleven,
o'clock and was found yesterday morning in a ditch on Lulu Island with
his neck broken. Ile had evidently
been walking along the dyke, stumbled?'
and fell about six or seven feet, strlk-
i ing the hard ground and dislocating;
j his neck.
There seems to be no suspicion ot"
foul play as there were no marks ora
I the  dead  man and  no  tracks  except
his own anywhere near the scene ot"
the accident.
The body was found by Edward Mer-
icer at nine o'clock yesterday morning
a few hundred yards west of the Lulu
island   biidge.    The   police   were   at
once   notified   and    Chief    Bradshaw.
With Undertaker Murchie, went to investigate and had the body removed
to  the   undertaker's.    Dr.  Jones  wag;
summoned and it was found that the-
neck   was  dislocated.     He   had   beerv
dead about eight hours, rigor mortis.
having already set in.
On being made acquainted with the-
tacts Coroner Plttendrigh decided that.
an inquest was unnecessary.
LAST YEAR'S CROP GONE.
WEALTHY INDIAN DEAD.
of
Western   Farmers   Have   Disposed
Bulk   of   1909   Wheat.
Winnipeg.  May  1.���Nicholas  Rawlf,
director of the Toronto bank and president  of the  Alberta Grain  company,
has  returned   from  an   extended  trip
in  Alherta.    He  states that  the bulk
of the last year's crop is out of the
farmers' hands, but there are millions
of  bushels   of  oats  in  the  elevators
and   fanners'   hands   still   for   sale.
The".' will be an increase of acreage
of  twenty-live   per  cent.     Seeding   is
going on rapidly.    The seed bed is in
good condition but rain would be very
ptable all throughout the west.
Be-
Leaves Fortune Estimated at
tween $25,000 and $30,000.
Ellensburg, May 1.���Charles Nason.
one of the wealthiest Indians in the
valley, and known to all of the old-
settlers as a stanch friend of the
white man. died at his ranch near the
! mouth   of  the   Nanum   canyon   early
'yesterday morning.   Nason was seventy-five   years   old.     He Irrigated   his
i place,  acquired a big herd  of stock,
and   leaves   a   fortune   estimated   at
! from  $25,000 to  $30,000.    He  is  survived by a wife and two children.
'   '   rwalk, Conn.,  May  1.���All
iterious  man   has  dwelt
���a the uttermost  point  of
��� }. in   Long   Island   sound.
. Btorm came up be was
g about, very busy ahout
i >;. stermen, mariners and
tants   in   general   specu-
ted about him.
Now the secret is out   The mysteri-
Professor Herman Schults, j
and be is making  phono-
rds of storms and thun-;
.-. It is said, in the Passion
il i ibi ; ammergau this year.
Schultz    Is    reported    to
ave   rlggi d   up   gigantic   phonograph
on the island, which have been
Igcstlng elemental noise for months.',
ERSEY   PUTS   BAN   ON
HURRY-UP   MARRIAGES
New   York.   May   1.���An   innocent
looking   bomb,   of   the   kind   used   at
Italian   celebrations,   was   found   the
other evening  by  Martin  and  Joseph
while  they   were  playing
their home.    The boys
^____^���^^  years  old.  earrii
bomb  to
Government  Boat Victoria Will  Make
First  Passage���Formal Opening
June.
in
m   a
who
Dunn
lot near
are  nine and   five ^	
their hack yard for In
conducted the Inquiry
the ^^^^
\estigation and
with   a   hammer.
The explosion threw the boys
agalnsl a fence and shook the house.
Both hoys were unconscious when
picked up by their father and mother.
An ambulance was called, and phy.
sieians report that both boys are in
a serious condition. Their eyes were
badly  Injured  by  the explosion.
George      Barby,      French      Capitalist.
Thinks   Dominion   Will   Be   a
Second   United   States.
Andrew's
MAKE
PROTEST   AGAINST
OBSCENE  LITERATURE
the
him
I
ITrenton,   N,   J.,   May   1.���Governor j
an has Blgned the hill providing that
marriage license shall he necessary
.fore it is lawful for a clergyman or,
te   M   perform   a   marriage
iremony in New Jet i ey     Heretofore
has Im en  necessary only  for non-
Bldents to secure a license, and they
)nid easily evade even that require*
put.
The new law goes Into effect July
An>   official   of   clergyman   who
Ball   perform   a   man iai e   cei i nioiiy
Tin n   no   license   Is   secured   shall   he
aide to Imprisonment for a term not
S.uvi ding   si\   nionlhs   or   a   line   not
(ii i \ci ed $500, or both, Making un-
rutin it I answers in applying for a
Icense shall be deemed perjury,
CUSTOMS   RETURNS.
^pril Figures Show Increase Over Pre
ceding   Month.
' '��� ���' customs returns for the month
1 :    ' ''Hi   shows   a   fair   Increase   over
"l"1''    ''1'     March,    the     takings    of
'ne ouiports  showing  q   particularly
May    1.���Two    prominent
ymen today strongly de-
f obscene cards,
broad  in  our  Dominion
���      rles of darkness
ucli   men,
Toronto.
Anglican dor
oounced the evil
"There
is   al
a   crusade  of  einlssa.
debauch   men.   women,   hoys   and
throUgh    circulating    Immoral
d(
girls.  ^^^^^^
bonks   and   postcards.
This statement   was  made by
deacon   Cody   at   the  anniversary
vice of tiie Independent Order
Fellow s.
Uev.    (V   J.   James,   of   the
of the Redeemer, said;
"Vou   want   to   create
opinion agalnsl  th
of  the   law   will   I'.
is behind tbem in doing
toward stamping out evil,
niaimes life must be put
without mercy."
\roli-
ser-
of Odd
Church
such public
s that the officers
el   that
the  public
their  duty
Whatever
out   of  life
Winnipeg. May L���St
locks will be opened Informally on
Tuesday, when the government steamer Victoria will be sent through. This
announcement was made yesterday
morning by A. R, Dufresne, engineer
in charge. This does not mean that
the locks will be thrown open to general traffic at that time, for there are
still several minor details of the work
to be  computed.
The formal opening will take place
about   the   end   of    June.    Hon.   Mr.
l'ugsley has expressed his    intention
of  coming  west during  the  summer,
land unless his trip is too late in
season   it   is  the  desire  to  have
present   at   the   opening   formalities.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Hon. George
P. Graham are also expected west during tlie summer and It is possible       ;
they will also be present
peg   board  of  trade,   tlit
and a number of private p
d   a   desire  to   take  part
caslon  a  notable   one,
do the importance of
locks and canal  to Winnipeg a
country served.
At   the piesi'tit time
all' at the locks is engaged in lower
tlie  steel  frainewor
'l'he    huge    steel
the biidge deck to
and  on these  the
    be   lowered   tomorrow.
Winnipeg. May 1.���George Barby. a
French millionaire,  whose    investigations on behalf of a combination    of
Parisian    capitalists    have    attracted
very wide attention, reached Winnipeg
from Saskatoon last night.    He is returning  from a  trip through  the Dominion, during which he was accompanied by Hugo Ross, the Winnipeg
real estate man.    Mr. Barby was unwilling to talk of his investments last
night, but  said that  he was inmieiis
ly Interested in Canada and
lt was destined to be
I States.
He  thought   there  was  a  great
ture for French capital in the Domln
IMPORTANT   WITNESS.
More A. &. G. W. Evidence to Be;
Taken in Winnipeg.
Winnipeg, May 1.���A new turn came
over the complexion of the Alberta &
Great Waterways inquiry yesterday
when it was announced that more Important witnesses are to be heard
here, which makes it sure that the
commission will not leave for Toronto
before Tuesday next.
The commission has secured some
star witnesses. Faulkner, who will
be on the stand tomorrow; McMahon,
manager of the Traders bank; Norman Leslie, manager of the Imperial
bank, and J. D. Fraser, the contractor,
will also be examined here.
Grants  for   University.
Cfclgavy,   May   1.���It   has been   decided to submit, a bylaw for $100,000
to   be   used   in   tho   building   of   the
Calgary   university,   and   it   will   undoubtedly pass on practically a unanimous   vote.    Five   hundred  acres  of
land for a university site have already
been    donated,    and    Dr.    Blow    hae'.
offered temporary accommodation for
the   university  and  the  work  of  the
first and second years wlll begin this-
fall.     The  university  will  start  witli.
endowments of over $1,000,000.
believed
a second United
fu-
BURNS WOODEN LEG TO       ^ocrD
KEEP   HUSBAND   SOBER
_______ _H
The Winni-
city   council
utles lmve
in
: ion provided that it was treated fairly. He and his friends are at present
investing in land only, but if they are
successful will extend their interests
in  the form of trust  companies, loan
; companies  or   possibly   the     banking
i business.
expn ^^^^^
making   the   0C(
realizing as they
the
the
SWIFT  AND   MISS   HURRY
GRAB   LICENSE   IN
RUSH
md
tlie    working
. I of On
Ing
into  position
beams extend from
the  concrete  foot,
curtains   will   -_^_^_^_^_^__
still  a small amount
dam
���1"
hall,
from 0'
Rush
Clerk
There      ^^^^^
cavation to ho com
,l,e  canal,  and  as
ernment dredge
large  Incn
follows:
1910 ���-������ Porl
$7,143.87; total
1909       Porl
$4,532.99; total
The  figures   are   as
$15,811.06;
$22,054.93.
$13,513.84;
$18 046.83.
Increase -Port,   $2,2.87.22;
' r��10.88;   total, $4,908.10.
outport.
outport.
outport,
TEN THOUSAND
CROSS WINNIPEG IN WEEK
Majority   of   Newcomers   Are   Anglo-
Saxons, Although Many Americans
Are   Also   T(reklng-
^^^^      of ex-
Idoted at the south
it     below
will be
The
 on the
���*������     *r~____
havi
end   of
water, the aoi^^
scut   through   to  clear It  away
machinery  and  working  parts
bridge an.l lock have been tested and
are  tound  to  work perfectly.
MAYOR M'CARTHY
ANTICIPATES  ATTACK
Mc-
New York, May 1.���lt was rush day
at the marriage bureau in the city j
The clerk worked at top speed
petting to closing hour. Center
Hart recorded 1-0 couples and
Speed made a new time time
record for filing documents.
And in the midst of the husile along
came Lawrence Swift and Miss Elizabeth Hurry. They received their
marriage license ln two minutes. Mr.
Swift is a broker.
The father of the bride-to-be was a
member of the law firm of Hurry a.
Gallup.
NATURAL GAS AT CARDSTON.
Wilkes-Barre, Pa., May L���The law
I offered   no   relief   to Michael   Klnsel,
ot   Exeter,   near   here,    whose    wife
burned up his wooden leg on Saturday
'night to prevent, him going to saloons
j and getting drunk. He had her ar-
! rested and brought before Alderman
' John  F.  Donahue, of this  city.    She
admitted  burning  the leg.
"It was the only way to keep him
home,"   she   explained.     "He   would
go  to  the  saloons    every
night and  get drunk, so In
anger  I  took  his  leg
It was as much mine as his anyway,"
she declared.
Thus alderman  thought  it  was, too,
and dismissed tlie case.
Saturday
a  fit of
and  burned  it.
SUITORS PURSUE GIRL
WINNER   OF   LANCJ
Springdale, May 1.���Springdale-
bachelors have lined up to win the
hand of Miss Mabel D. McNickle, the
lucky Chicago scliool teacher who won
flrst choice In the Spokane reservation land lottery.
The young woman rancher has received a half-dozen proposals of marriage from swains hereabouts, but has-
spurned them all for the simple life
on her homestead.
Miss McNickle "has just completed a
tasty bungalow on the land she selected on the reservation on the banks of
the Chimocane river, about three miles,
south of Springdale.
She has planted about three acres to
garden seeds and potatoes, the virgin
soil in the front yard of her home being dotted with flower beds.
She is enthusiastic over her new
tract and promises to devote all her
time to its development.
B.   Con-
Coal President Indicted
Chicago. May 1.���James
nery. president of a coal company, is
named in an indictment returned here
yesterday charging that he swindled
the city on coal contracts.
Drilling
for
in
FATAL   CATCH   OF   FISH.
Overlo.-irteci Boat Sinks and Four Flsh-
ermen Are Drowned.
. Edinburgh,   May   L���Four  Firth  of
. "r,,>   ' .herinen   were   recently   haul-
,::    '    their nets filled  with herring,
"' "   Vntaruther, when an extraordinary thing occurred,
upwards of fifteen orans had been
placed on board, when  tbe boat  sank.
helt>K overloaded  with the  weight of
the fish.
One nf  tiip  crew  was  rescued  by
"nother   boat,   but   four   men   were
drowned.
May    1.���Ten    thousand
arrived In the west last
from   Europe  and   6,000
Slates.    No less than
came   in,   and
also crowded with
ninety  per cent.
Winnipeg.
new settlers
week,   4,000
from the United
HI,,.,,   special   trains
regular I rains wen
newcomers.    Almost __io.gax0na
wcomers  are   At glo-S x >n .
hardy a settler that is
class.    The total
from Europe for
hmild   run   be-
0,000,   while   the
will   supply   an-
San  ���  Mir'in
Cart by Issuei
afternoon declaring
lo his knowledge that
sence In Washington
be   made   to attack   him
ministration  with  a
about  a  recall  election.
The mayor will leave
tbo east ln connec ,^	
lletchey  hearing In   Washington,
his statement be asserts that
the accuracy of which
lie has   reason   to   beat tack will be made upon
Francisco, May 1.^^^^
signed statement this
thai  it has come ;
during his ab-
attempt  will
and  his  ad-
lew  to bringing
tomorrow for
?tlon with the 1 letch
Water  When   Fine   Flow
Was Struck.
Cards!on.   May   1.���Yesterday afternoon Messrs. Wright nnd Fields    who
drilling for water on the Van Pelt
ty, which adjoins the town on
eached the 100-foot  level
d a fine flow of natural
lowed con-
���   __���
Information
cannot   doubt.
Hove that
on
he
au
of the m
and   (here   Is
not  in  the desirable
number of newcomers
tho   month   of   April
tween   15,000   and
American   invasion
other 'J.000.
nd  his administration
and   others,
that   a  "public
vltrd against ine.
and
couraged
by
i ml
in-
upon  him  a
ertaln  newspapers
���    sentiment  Is to be
fake mass meetings
street   partides   are   to   be   en-
u;d    a    general    hubbub
are
proper	
the south, i
and dlseovere ^^^^^^
gas. When tested the gas s
slderable strength ancl there ls at
present quantity of enough to light
and heal a do/.en residences. Mr.
I Wright expects to pass the 200-foot
before they reach water which
will be a flowing well,
at present is of
commerc'01 ����������"��. ��,r. Van Pelt, who
expects to erei
SIX THOUSAND BAKERS
QUIT WORK IN NEW YORK
Bread  Makers  Want   Nine   Hour   Day
and a  Dollar a Week Added to
Their  Pay Cheque.
WIRELESS  EXPERIMENTS.
Feasibility of Connection With Stewart Investigated.
Victoria, May   1.���Kxpertments  are*
history of Canada.    There Were 1,614
rtment of the Dominion government
ascertain  if  it is  feasible  to  eon-
Stewart, the rising n��inihg centre
at the head of the Portland canal, wltt.
the chain of wireless stations on the
B. C. coast.   If the experiments to be ���
conducted by C. P. Edwards, superintendent  of  wireless  stations  for  the
Dominion, prove successful, a station
will be established at Stewart.    Failing this a branch will  be strung t��
the Yukon telegraph line.
par
to
nect
CANAL DEFENCES.
for
New
bakers
York, May 1. ��� Six thousand
strike in this city for
and  an  Increase of
are on
a nine-hour day
tl a week In wages.
walkout of 2,000 bakers employed
A
��� vented
i ra
ised."
level ^^^^
he Is confident
The quantity of gas
lai value.   Mr. Van
et a large residence on
this  property  during  the    next    few
Is assured of heat and light
years   to  come.    Whether
Is sufficiently  large to sup-
manufacturing  con-
by the Kosher dealers was pri
through an agreement to submit their
grievances  to  arbitration.
months.
for  many
the flow
ply  the  town  or
cerns remains to be seen.
Tenor Singer Dead.
New York, May 1.���John 11. Murphy, In his younger days one of the
best known tenor singers ln America,
died today ln his seventy-fifth year.
He toured Kurope as one of the stars
of Haverly's minstrels.
! Taft   Urges  Congress  to  Provide
Adequate Protection.
Washington,   May   1.���In  a  special
message sent to Congress yesterday.
President, Taft urges that the defence*
j of   the  Panama  canal   be  completed!
land ready for business on January 1,.
1915, on which date It Is also proposed.
to open the canal to navigation.
"It ts the  right  and duty  of    thc^
United States to defend the work upon  which it  Is expending    such    an
enormous sum," the   president said Irr
his  message.    "An adequate defense-
requires  suitable  fortifications    near
the  approaches  to the  terminals.    I
am of the  opinion  that such   works
as may he erected for the defence of
the canal should be completed, occupied and ready for operation ut th**
time the canal Itself is completed."
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LOST.
l^QSTr-lQUARE GOLD LQC'KETE)X-
Ifgrtured F. S.  A., -containing-,phains.
���  Finder  wlll  be  rewarded when  returned   to   F.    S.   Alltn,    Windsor
hotel.
Some   Good    OfifiMMOT^
���WANTED���PAI XT    SCRCBBER    A'
_*����*    Ai>i>ly   sioiuner   "Payslreak
WANTEI)(-iA. GIRL   Kpit  GE.NEUAI,
housework 'and   plain   cooking.  Ap-
���f
V.
jilv  12 . TJiiul  a\ojuio.
+-fr-;���I������J	
fA^lT-lf-TO   Li;\T BY   M
_^^^^^^^^ MAiy}iKi>
couple with small family, furnished
bouse;    good    location;     for    six l
months.    Write P. 0. Box 382.        jPMTED
COAST   LABOR   AGENTS!    MANA-
. er Cl. .1. . ykes). till Powell street.
Vancouven . .Phono ;",r..r.. prompt
attention  given   to   all   orders   for
ii.alt help. Kill'., us UB, wire or
wriit' il unable to visit   lis.
WILSON, COOK & CO.     j
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
���    Ground Floor.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
Client will buy-at market price a
oa   1 iis;   si:oot.  Cu.*- . _
BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
We Can  Deliver the Properties.
Merchants  Bank   Building,
Rooms  5  and   6.
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
Phone 686���"
���+-
il   good   ciieocs   who |
We   h'iaVe   several  -got
will   buy  lots  on   Seventh  avenue,
( Ity. ���
smaSl.
waStkij 'foh    RENT ��� SM
house  al   once.     lioply- to   Kellip.-
"ton isis>s.. Begbie St.   Phono fisii.
The advance sale of seats for the
 ������,,:   ���; r+4���
IROTIIERHOOD OF AMER.
ica, N'o�� 2 moots every Tnesdaj even-]
in.. <'ii.'i!iiii:-.ham's. hall, yixih
:��� 11. Trustees, M. G. Fraser. D,
ttfi&i fei end W. B. i-'rase!'-. Vancouver.   All visitors welcome,
Have a buyer for one or two lots on
leiiih st.eel, City.
Have a buyer fori.
lain in Block 2'
cinity.
acreage
3  and
ip. Coquit
J83���or" vi-
WANTKli'��� YOUNG NEEDLEWOM-
iin al Royal City Dye Works. Musi
lie able to reoair clothing.
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster Phone
F507
BURNABY  SNAPS���3 3-4 acres clear-
; ed;.   District   Lot [136   for    1^,000;
'   !.lfiQQQ   cushi   balaiK-e ('���,   12,and   IS
nionlhs u\ fi pun cent.
CITY
Lot's'and Northerly 16 of Subdivision
5 in Lot S in Block LO, Group 1. New
nine-roomed house with modern improvements; -1-stalled barn; good
garden with fruit ires. On Seventh street botweon Filth ah',1 Sixtli
avenues, Price :. 1,7C>o; cash $1,750,
balance easy terms.
Lot 55x132 on Seventh avenue between Sixtli and Eighth streets;
cleared.    Price $885;
JOSEPH TRAVERS
REAL ESTATE-   AUCTIONEER
Walker  Block,   Next   lo Todd's  Music
House
HOUSEsTfOR SALE.	
WEST   END
5-roomed  cottage, Jot 65  x  170.   Price
$2,400;  $350 cash, bfllfiipcq like rent.
7-roomed house, modern,    Price $2,200
nn   terms.
6 roomed    house    on    Fifth     avenue.
Price $2,400;   on easy terms
Price
lABfiS-HtN-NOt ANXIQlf
Tfl Ffl.1! POLITJOL fun
Workmen See Motive Behind P,
to   Form   Provincial   L
Fedeiation.
pos il
house;    all   modern
^^^^^ easy  terms.
12-ro.omed   modern ' house
s-ruomtd
$3,500;
VaiiooiiU r, Blnj  l.    flow  io | 11 ,
��� ���������,.���.-. ig of a . pio\i.i.-i;ul   Uibuj
lion with hss than half of the
:.l . -   ,11.1 il    of    I lie    pll>\ IIIOI'    I .
���
I iii  the  body,  is  the. chiel ....
in-  0:1ft    of |
the finest; locations In the.clty, Musi
h<J srtld within Crve* fialM PMtfe only
$3,200; on tonus. Soo ufi n,Umit thjs
at ome[.Ji)'i.t) 'iil.lfn
is-.,
j--^)iiiu|}tntiiii_cj'j to  !)�� ,bi;o.i|jlit.up at i.i
Tiailep ���  anjl .( Labor ��� j hall,,-,���<,-,   \ . j
donventlon
��� -. atyoul t lu.
. , '��� ���
si rei i.
calb d
I
Tbo permanent
tomoi i o\.
��� .i   ,
SURREY.
WANTED
bin.   by
' moderate,
onial Motr
��� GARDENING OR .1011
sturdy young  man.  Wages" Acreage
Apply  W.- .1 ohnson,  Vo\-       Easy .K'rius
Phono I!.. '	
_> section ::", Bloc
N,, Range
W.
and   half  uteres;   near  Ua,n. | BURNABY���2 '/.  acre  lots  near oec-
uloal     location,
easy  t^rms, ,
'South' West mi nst or.
WANTKD  TO   ItENT-OENTLEMAN
wants one of  two  rooms  with  private tafmll..    Nol   fir from library.'j
Moilri'ji. house preferred.    Box 983,1
[I Five  and  two acre
.oil.-.,' Easy .terms.
block
n d     CU>
ond    street.
r.'.iT. $,qb pi
An
tcli;
POStlJ
59  Cit.   (.ots.    Soot'     Ki a 1
$150, third dash,- balance 8,
IS months.',
station.
H, and
BURNABY���2 large lots near city car
line. ���    Price   $f50   each;
balance $10 per mom i.
15  Acre  farm)
well
SBTANTED
jfeliC TO EIGHT .ROOM BI),:
ootta. o;   fully   mod'6rtt;   clo'se   in;
good 'location:   Write P. O. Box 1%fe.
l< i r.ii **********Mm_a*M_M_\
Tit. .
good ; cultivation;
and equipment..  Ei
s'.ookod  and  m
With    furniture
sj< terms.
120   Acres;    .200
Good U'lans.
per, ;���ere;   close  in.
ftfefefl TE& AC:ii-:s,
POR SALE
S. n. l;;,
lowiisliiii ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
"1-3 eaSli;' .Madce ,G,",.2 -and 18
month.. Address N-'B.', News Ol-
'fifed Vi   i   ���
15 Aijres; all under c.ioip:, 6| o.ows,
li'jri'cs and oiiuipiiiont: $ .00o; $.000
cash, reniainder on. terms.
rioiMbwest  1-4 .section  ID, J1J2   Feet ' oil   ColumH .   iti-edt,
2.    I'lice ,$230 per acrp; ]   Wisimiasior:   c;\ce'l nt  vi w,
- 'anee   fi'.' 12''iind  18 I    Rid oorr.or. villi  lo.-iurncc
Ndw
(h'Hi-
S'OR SALE '-.- feRr'N*ETTE MILLj
bean'in. house business for sale; j
ti rooms-occupied; 31-2 acres pas-
���tiire; cbiclceii. house, cow stable,
fruit tiois; 'low rout. For price,
"including furniture, beds, bedding,
cooking utensils. Mallaoable range,
dishes, etc., api>ly 11.-0 Columbia St.,
Sappertoh.
Two excsllent lots; Noi'fh VA.nC'iuvo'r-.
double corner; $10o cash, balance to
suit.
40 ft. Waterfront ;throe minutes from
the bridge; $60 pei foot.:
APPLY���
A.   G.   MARSHALL,
Real Estate Office. Phone F. 507
South Westminster.
FOR SALE���GOOD WORK TEA!\\
(2,800 lbs.). Sound. .-Visa,wagon and
harm ss (new). Apply A. N. Mac-
li_.v,  Bimnaby Lake  P. O., jB. C.
VOR     SALE ���  MAGOON     STRAW-
berry    runners.      Specially    grown |
Jrorn   young   plants.     Four  dollars |
per thousand.    L. Claude Hill, Bur-
riaby  Lake, P.  O.
' t.
* a* 4 tO*** <>a*^*$<>****4>4***+4>*+
LAUNCH FOR SALE���-10-FT. PRAC-
tieallynew gasolino launch; covered
-and oomiiletoly oi|iii]ipoil; licensed
fo carry L'5 people; for sale at
"$2,000. This is many hundreds below the value of this boat. Apply
to owner, P. O. Box 310, New west-
minster.
FOR. SALE - SPEKD LAUNCH
"Vite." 3l!fee. }.ong, 4 loot fi inches
heanr. fully c. ,ipped with 111 II. P.
iour:oylinder ,rCpSyie' engine, to-
.^othor wilh dynamo, ln first c,lass
working onh':. Speed 11 miles ner
hour. To bo M'oii at our docks,
Front slrreet. 7'Ue Schaake Machine ^'oi'Vs, Ltd.
FOR SALEo��� WHITE .LEGHORN
eggs; single comb; good strain; five
cents each,.. ;Samuel, Wilkinson,
Sixth street, Ea*t Bwrnaby.
5'OR SALE���ppUU ROOMED COT-
tago; lot' 50xl32 cleaied, fenced;
one 'block,' east, .of , Twelfth aftieej
<ia.Y\ Price.' ?I,-ji|b, tcrpis. Apply,
<. wner,.i02'4' Tenth Avenue.    . ,   ���
���ROOMS  TO   RElNT.
TO LET���^OOM^.LN THE PYTHIAN
block in suites of two for | light,
lious^kee.piitg. All steam heated;
'with botaijd ,qol,d ,wa)e^, gas npige
���iuid elociti'ic^igbt.. Tej-nis moderate.
Apply A. II. Ferguson, Room !), s.o-
ond   floor. . tf
TO LET-tCOMFORTABLE room
tor owe or two .adles, close, to ��&T-
615 Hamilton,street,.city.,, ;,
���W&Lxid 13VQ 'Vuclauril^ ki otI3
TO  RENT ��� COilFORTABLY  FUR-
nislied' bedroom.    Apply   713  Trcw
street, city.
FOR  RENT.
FOR HIRE ��� AUTOMOBILE FOR
hire by tbe hour, day or week. Apply, lo S. Fader, Lean block, corner
of Church and Columbia street. Telephone 712.
FOR RENT���SIX-ROOM -MODERN
House, Sapperton, $15 per month, p.
L. Secord, 450 Columbia SL, Sapper-
torn     Near   car   terminus.     Phone
4$.    ' , ,,
VIVE-ROOMED FCRNISHED COT-
tage to rent on Eighth street between Third and Fourth avenues;
$L'0 per month. Apply Wilson &
-Cook, Northern Crown UanK building.
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Mortgages
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BURNABY���-.100  c.:sh   and
month   huys   a   tine 'large
Third avomie near city 'car 'liiie.
CITY A.66 foot lot on Royal aveiuie,
Pi ice .$\.',t"i.): $500 cii^li, ;i;alaiioo 6
and 12 inonilis.
S'.Sl aero- ��� r.'lh foot to La'.tnor io.nl.
Price ?:'la ; er aire.
SO Acres in Soo. 10,;   SIM pi r acre.
3 1-3 Aon s';  $i.'  0 the piece.
.Mi>iul   2  aoi'os i;j  .-;. C.  30;   S L5 i0.
;i ' .aSU, j hi Aces in S. o. 3.3.   .3^.0 pi-r aire,
!co..\o;os il)  S'ec. 361  ?27a per a -i   .
VrJ~ 40 Acre's in Stc. 6; facitig fty.-.*,i Mi ro
*'5   per|    dlan read;   .275 per acre.
tot  tom.ir,(j ^cres in sec, ill, Tp,  S;   $45 per
ficre.
St W. ������, Sec. ill. Tp. 7;  $45 per rijcr.e,
62  Acres  in  Soo. 36 on  Towniiiio 1U1.
good buy.
6APPERT0IM
3-roomed house on lot 66 x  132;  close
to    car.     Pii,. ���    'l.-lu'l;     .,. i -   o; . .i.
hahim.'C .'*. 12 and  IS, niontiiH.
7-raomed  modern  hoi^se,  half  a  block
from   ear.     Pile-.*   $2.2iia;    $',nu
a in e monthly).
We   hive   other   good
timis  in   S-'-apfoiton  oil  t'Ssi'
su(;li'as.|Orc:nii/.iiil'li Is .-.rn :., I i
,.,t 1,V fi lfi  ��� ,    i   . ���.!.������!  o1  li,,   i  ,
bor Leadei b, ��lien it Is taki i
^deration thai  all the miners
I
CITY���6-roomed
large   (ol   on
modern    house
Fourth   avenue
on
aiid
facing   ph   car   hue.    ^A . l,ic\ui;.iiul
hoh.e.'   I'rioo $3,5j)0; ^asy  ti tins.
CITY���A   good  buy-
Blks. (I and 7, S.
-Lots
2 and 3 in
on Si v 'hth
aVsfnue near Elghiooni'n stle'^t. Pi'ir-o
$650 each: $475 cash, halaiue il and
12 months.
CITY���9 room modern house with two
acres uudoi>- cultivation; planted in
bearing strawberries and young
fruit trees. Price $fi,000; $2,3,06 cash,
balance fi, 12 and lfi months.
SAPPERTON���Lot 76, Blk. 24. S. B.
1. Price flaC; $2.0Q cash; 6, 12 and
Ts months.
LANGLEY���On the Surrey line; 80
acres, (he west l[. of the S. E. Vi
of Pec. :: 1. Tp. 8. $S0 per aero;
easy terms.
LANGLEY ��� 160 acres, the S. W.
��. of Sec. lfi, Tp. 10. having 2,500.
000 feet of good fir timber. Only
45 per acre; easy terms.
LANGLEY.
X. W. V, foe. i>, Tp. 11; 48 acres;
80 acres cleared; good house and
all improvements. The bhj'iincludes
furniture and everything on the
the place. PHce Sfi,lH>; l$.,S0Q
cash, hnlanco arranged.
LULU   ISLAND.
Lot   41,  IVoiok   11,  Four   North Range.
Six W. 4. X. 'i \Y., Group 1; 5 acres.
$500 per acre.
Kncge 5, Lots 16: and 17, Sec. 62 H.;
10 acres;  $30A per acre.'
BURNABY.
41-.. Acres, eorner of Royal Oaks road
and Glen road. Lot It'. Block S2:
1-3 cleared and fenced; $$00 ])'r
acre; JljQQQ cash", balance easy
tono.s.
5 acres good land; $?.,500.
Lot fi, Plk.  3 of D. L.  2>;   ,:ir,e.
Lot 77 of Blocks 3 to 10. 'M\ to 53, 60
to 73, D. L. 30;  fifixl'20; $:',::>:
Lot 200, Blocks 3 to 10, D. L. 30; 66x
120; corner; $450.
;L^f. SJ5, P. T.. 20, Blk. A: ttiilM; fruit
trees and root house; $u25.
LANGLEY���160 acres of fine fruit
land, the N. W. \., of Soo. 14.
Tp. 10. Price $45 per acre; $2,300
cash; 1. 2. u and 4 years.
LANGLEY���SO acres, the N. ['2 of the
S. E. '.; of See. 10. Tp. 10. Ten
acres chared. Price $35 per acre;
$1,000 cash, balance $500 a year
until pni'1.
I :5oine of our shrewd clients
are beginning to fool that outside property Is now nearly
as high as it is worth. They say
tbat   the   old   stock   Vxchan'ge
axiom is good Wbicli says "Sell
,   -���
Wants   them;
FARM, TO RENT^-46 3-4 ACRES AT
Tyneh6ad, V miles from New Westminster, fin? i-roomed house; good
orcliard'and barn; between 18 and
20 acres under cultivation, remainder grazing land. Get particulars
from W. J. Kerr, G14 Columbia St.
buy wherf no one 'wants them."
pul      i " , ���    ��� i
They have figured out'that they
have done  pretty  well by   real  ,
estate    a;nd    arfePnow   buying ,
mortgages. They say. that seven  '
','tp. e^it per cent, is good  for
sp'ch high class, gilt edged se-;'
curity���in fact there Is nq se-; i
til   -lOlt   1 .[...:,,
curity obetfer  than a mortgage,
on  improved/real estate which   ;
has  wltlistbotl  fill the  scrutiny'.
\_ -given morgages    which, passes- \
lo    I   ;   ��� i   , ���
through our bands.   They   feel <
that    with     such      mortgages  '
they can  sleep pretty comfort-  \
ably���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 ,lhe greatest security in investment, it
will pay you to se^ us,; and
talk over the matter. Our
knojvlodge is at your dispqsal
without charge. Years of
peiience, and study ql financial
matters of all kinds fit .us to
speak with some dqgree ot authority.
TO LET���SIX-ROOMED COTTAGE.
Vacant May 1. Rent $23. Apply
221 Hartco Street, evenings, between  6 and 7.
FOR RENT���HOUSE AND FOUR
Lots in Burnaby, near, car Hue.
Ktve iQotns and bathroom, pantry,
etc , Rents $12 per month. May
Lease. .for six monthe if tenant
���Biilts.   Apply to P. Peebles, 620 Co- i
ex-  *
Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd.
T.   R.  PEARSON,
Manager   N.  W.  Branch.
HARRISON HOT SPRINGS ��� 160
iierps. A good farm; 40 9CTdB under cultivation v,-itb orchard; 3-4
nufe waterfrontage on Harrison river.   2,000,000 feet of fir. some cedar;
: several Jnori Springs. Price $26 per
acre: small ^nsb payment.  '
3mall ranch near Sapperton: 3 acres
in orchard; baiance^lijAht clyaring.
Price $3,550; terms fl,006 cash, balance  t\.  12,  18  and  ZA   months.
SAPPERTON.
8, D. OS, Blk. 3, Lot 21; Buchanan
street between SlierhfWfce and Hospital street; clearol; small house
Price $400; easy terms.
S. D. 19, Blk. 4, Lot 2; Carrol street;
cleared and fenced.    Price $42B.
NORTH   VANCOUVER.
Good lot; goo3 location; $i,fioo.
I run.
IBoflnchiry   atid   GfowlS   Ni   '
.ne refusing to Havfl faij u ,
wilh- i he tno\ cik or. for I be i
bai- ifeih-i alion.
i    Son: ' yea1 s  ago  I Bta i���    . r
hou.���    pr. .:1V-|.  Taugor oi:l   onjqBI     thtl   ifallOl t
��� ��� ^(Jrr,s I li 'i Ooluoihlai bpl the mo
ItwillhetVyonradvantifge;,'' '^V l^  ^^   \
.."; *������� 1"'1i''  '',''; '"'':��� .on   ���-.:    -.1   c,
CITY   LOTS ,   ,. , j  |. . , .  \\,.,,,.. \s'.,ti ���.nt: a- ���
Lot on  Hamilton  street,  $\p Ji   ,|,,,   ���on   proposal   Is   thai   Ibi
partially cleared.    I' I     ��� "   ioo-,; ��� i-a'e .ne, -i the ncbltn
.   ". 1] 'l oi ,���   . - .i   ��� I ...    i., pi   |n   i���i I,,, ,.
3  lots on  Dublin  street clp.j to car. rwould  ivelcome tho minei
Price only $i.4oo;  !���;; qaslu baiwtce .arms,  thq  situaUpu   la UkU
t\,   12  and  X -   VDP_\   ��� '  '    ���'"'   '   ''    ''a  Q   foij   Hk!    v
2 loft on'Ed'in'biJrgh sti-e-t  with  back   ei���|,..u!.,   ; nd   as  they  :lm >,.
" ..'���itrnnee    l60   feel    fr-m     lb-    c:i". ' ;; ' "'I '   '"''1  COmPril  '���   OsOSe   ll
Price $1300 for tlm iv.-o>-   i ;; edsh, ":  ,;"- '"'������' ,|I""il "'���'" ��������� ������u
balance Vanged.    Will   Bell  sepfa   ' ''""������   *\ "'   ��� '':' <��<* will  n
,' t���iv   .' [threaten  the   formal Ion  ol   on
'. ,, n   '  -   --    ;-,-.-       t   ;-.-,���.��� -pin. ui ��� i.,i -cr  raihev.  CQSSl  -   I
Fulf sfzed lot on Hamilton'strtst close   '
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to TWi'll'tb Bt/i el;
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clearbd.T.'Ic^1
������ a- '   ���i .'UUtrfUUvli d '.....{"a"   thai it is ylily :i sti.ono
1-3  cash,  ^itanye...   an.l   12 |J7M)io��� of  .,   |abor  p.,|,y
I    Oilier opponents of the pla
for '   ���
.        .necessarily opppsed to a lai*.
lots  r*n   A.-tr,  i.trcit;    th(.y   s;iy   |,    KiH),;]l|   p(.   organ!
oloaiavl and fence.1;  $2,1    I ejj    .   u,.,,. u\\ tlw othpt'8, n" t  thi
U"' '" "'"f it',ai  and  support   ot  an;   boft5   '
molitlis.
Two full  sized
al    ^^^^^^
half cash, halanci
8 full sized
did vf,\v.
$500 cash
',|     cit
lots in   Sippcrton;
Price   (,niy   $30p
balance, to suit.
Alii;   REQtnkTNG
solen-1 IntvK'Sls. i   With  many; of  the
each;   hois pf ihe tr:ohs unions of '   I
ie, ,- nOW   le hjir-UI-   tQ  pit  iel:
WV I pa':li   . it is pipdlcted ihat i'
I OTS   IS.'   SAPPERTON    WE'  !I\\'1-V1U ��'-iiem.i.v Uiilioult   matter
THEM   RANGING  FROM   $276.,ANof0^   ���'   1'1^" ���'""'>'   u,ldt*'   Ul''
SALE.   ..______________!
JOSEPH TRAVF.RS
REAL   ESTATE   ���   AUCTIONEER
Next  to  Todd's   Music   House
Walker   Block, Columbia   Street,   N  w
Westminster, B. C.
TO   RENT���7-rocmed   hoCiEe  near the
corner of Tenth  street, and  Fourth
\   ayenue;   .30 ]ier month.
TO   RENT ��� 4-roomed   house   and   5
cloare.-t lots suiuible for gardening;
'   ?'l5 per month. ;
We have the best listing from Crpj-j
liwack   and   Sumas
BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
We Can Deliver the Properties.
Rooms  5  and   6.
M��)-'ch,-ints   Bank   Building,
Corner' Columbia and  Begbie Streets
Phone 686.
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A. G,  MARSHALL,
South Westminster Phn.,�� P50T
SNA?S  IN   WATKiil'i.t-i.Vl. .
150   acres  of   good   Ian I   ui. ������ r   ''������",'.
with 30 chains pf waleil'iein    1'iic
Only   JaOO   per   aero    on      el U.S.
,.��� tja(i(^,��pd;labor oonnolla
The  m'eel Ing   foi   i be consl li
f the iim,> "caii  l.-'iet ,'itlt-n ldi
11     i Id at t n o'clock this moi
In t|ie evening another to ��
be   fold  to  discuss  the  foi On U
a  labor  party.    There  [g    ���   ������ ,!
nn connection  between the two
Mil. is.
14 acres excellent land ui'h house
abd huildincs. whli '2i chains wau-r-
frontage. Railway tHrrqngh ; f 'P' : -
ty.    Price $8000, cjnarter cash.
1t>G acres nearby all cultivated, | xc I-
lent,land, Wat' ifro.i:; igg Neil;, Ara.
pe. 1* ciiy.
40 acres, ^vHli vilap llftxtt! Stfnbnry.
Good tern1��.
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One   acre ov/jiei'fKiiH   , fluarter  mile
from Lulu Island bridge.
40 '-feet   wa'ert'ront,     tlr.-e     tnlhtltPB
from bridge.    ..'0 i or foot.   '
Apply for terms.
A. G.   MARSHALL,
Estate Office.
South Westminster Phone F. 07
BAREFOOT   DANCING  FAD
DISRUPTING FAMlLl.i
London.   May   1. -- Ft rod   by   tl i
ample ol Ladj i !on tancfe Rlchi
('.nnciiig lor the sucroil dius'e i I I
: tiniiu-rriii.;   Bcteloty   Women   !.:.\e   ���
RlVlng   tttttWihg   loom   onteitaiio
Iti     ll.o    i KC.lU ' ���     and     h :
maidens r-i'(1 Wossomln'g nlati'oni
.   Hop^'l   ou  bhlztvcoverfed- pi**
o their farts'
Itles
I one
the entertainment ot
conti nt.
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lostaji    fM ti'"'''  "'
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��� ������    'iw'ti in a Nonconfpi ml I
���fni i n   i- icl ni i   n outhi i   I h
���   |   :   Ible   fi r   m-iny    fai ill)   ;
le.'c-i'teiv   who  h&Ve     Maud  All
have  I i ,-���!   placed  under  the   l>
;.:-'.-!,    wl , i   .'��� e'bini
Iholr   rr.a'i.ioio'   , hll'dl ��� :t     ' '     ���
their gyrai Dtl i  tb '.'������ pi iv: | ,   . |
,o\vn  apart'iietits.
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WILSON,   COOK   &   CO.
'Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets.
.   .  Phone 680.
Want4d for rent���Small' house at oncfe.
Lots   near   Orphanage;
cash, balance fi, 12 and
$2,700;   i/4
IX months.
B-Roomed house near, Fourth
ahd 'Third street; .12,200.
over 3 years.
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avenue
terms
2    Lots,     London
Twelfth street;
street;     close    to
500 each;  terms.
3-8   Acres   On
$1.ono;   terms.
tram   in   Section   30;
5   Acres   in   Section   11,   Port   Mann
townsite;   $1,000 per acre.    Terms
��� for today.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
Beautiful
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
IHambta Street.
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CAPITAL |l4,4OO,06o.bo'
RESERVE    ..  11,000,000,00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and In London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted.' Letters of Credit Issued, available wltb
correspondents In all parts of the
world. '
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of*'$l and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Tota*   ASBets  over  $1B8,000,()00.(I().
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
ave
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een 3rd an
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Prices on Application
IO  H    iV   '    '.'���>'���'
National Finance Company, Ltd.
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 515   -  Curtis Block   -   657 Columbia St.
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Dinnerware
Fancy China
9 Toiletware
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Five    Crates.... Jusi,
Opened and 'Placed-|
in Stock
T.HE.QARX, NEWS.
PAGE THREE,
FLOOD-IN   DESERT  LAKE
MYSTERY   TO   ENGINEERS
San  Bernardino, Cal., May 1.���The
stn a ���<��� im-,,-,,: .e of s ��� I j e ������ lake on the
''": ei i i-; puzzling engli rs connected
wiMi the Tonopah & Tidewater rail-
ro.id, and is giving them a hard fight
to save the tracks from Inundation
The lake i$ where HI Mohave river
;o il.i.i its reappearance after flowing
iieue.it'h the desert l^ni a point near
Daggett, where it. suddenly drops i'tlo
ihe sands. The engineers are iii((lln-
r.(i to In itjeve thai tin- water now Wei).
4ii|.' up in tlie -middle of llie lake coin s
foi m a tiourco not connected with I !
Mohave.
Dikes have been erected to protect
the tracks from the rapidly rising
water, and a pumping plain Ls being
IrAtallea   lo  t brow  tlv    wati !' mer a
low range ol' hill, to the clMfi] | 1, ���
Joll'tl.
6C5 Cclumbia  Street���(6j
new Westminster, B. C.
^^SSffiBR- BOOS! *EaSBMHBM
e A. SPECK'S       |
SPECIALS I
COLLEGE   PRESIDENT
STIRS   BEAN-EATERS
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has aliri'ed Up a hnriiets' nest hy ques-
lilpsl casual".. iiiafnier
ithentlclfy of Plymouth
Lock ami the  Washington Elm.
Speaking lasl  night  to a gathering
of   Uoston   school   teachers
proposals   for   entertaining
Taft .aud   other   visitors   who  will   attend   IM.    i-ea-ention   of   the   National
V/ORKS   OF  AF;T   AND   ALSO
OF   NEAR ART  COMING
IN
Condition is That tlall of
Learning Be,- Established
at Victoria.
New York. May L���Filth avenue
art. dealers dieclare that old masters
are fioodim. the country since removal:
of the tariff, A government imporl
list was published here today, Bhowing
that since July I of last yoar and up
to  April   1   of  this  >oar  an    .voiks to
the value of $19.100,  !:; re o in! ��� i.tr--,
this country Mnnn ahroad. Km the
pM\ious year, wla n duty Was eMieei.
<-d. the total value ot ii.ipoHel art
woiks was .'.l.lOi'.uiMl. Tl i.. Is Ian to'
e of iioariy 890 pet io!'.
The  alt   dealeis  a:e  inclined   to  be
i.e: i \��_ regarding thd mi bene, ity of
:���  co.'i-i'le.-iihlo portion of th-   i ������-;���. irta-
i ions and p] edlcl  I hd.1  I   e govi ' pv< tl
v.iii tind cause to i       ���   Its 0. K. LoiavjaJ
many naintlngs sent from.]       . the   late   B.i W.  flearee   tov the  en-
(_JlH\lmj     , aa .........     -a-    .   if^Aii.eut of a ei.t-ir of  ���lalma! seieia-,..
I.,   bis will I Mr. flearde left   -rh.-
MILK CONTRACTORS AND sum of  $10,000 to he  Invt . t,d   in  the
PRODUCERS DEiCLAP.E  ./Ap nana: ot lilo lieu viiant aou-i'n.,r of I lie
. ���j' lii.o.iuceand oi  tM<- mayor bl Viero.-
P    ���������������.   ':���':,;���    !.    A   i'e. ' i  j i.��. the proven Is tli which are
v.ar  In,-: w, ��� n  inlll; pioil... d l J ed 1c the "Jim-iwloent: of a cllai
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VICTOR  A.   JOHKORO
ARCHITECT   .     ;
Room  6,  Cuichon  Building.
Phone   681        ,
Benson & McMenemy \
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At   Dick   Eensor.'s   Old   Stand,
8th St., Next to Fashion Livery.
to b* th
Furlll-
New   and    fccond.-H.-md
ture   Bought   and   Sold
Agents   for   Eaynes1   Carriages
and   Capital   Milk   Separators
Second-Hartd    Bicycles    from
$1Q   to   525.00
GENERAL    REPAIRING
Front Street
Phone 275
ra'-iois   in   the   ro i-alie |   I..,;,;;   i ,. rauuial .���> i- :u> Id * eoilepe or uniVer- j
net, with Ibe ei.msan.e, :; a-.   .ihepii. sWy  U.   Vidoiua   Afoioh   may   nu\,<  lr,.-1
elpal   suffere!.--.   vyas   proclaimed   i.i- power,bfilodnfedtin&iof .j^fbfeel'in'tfrufj'
d -iy by the prpdu eers,   '.' i;; '-"-i'l- I ������; ,:' scienpesj dr Hi teti may 06 nfhilai .;
thai hostilities wiil be |;ee,un o'ji M.-ij  ]. v on   any   ualwrtttlj    ov     <.:\,. y.tj     hi1"
The fiMit is on the rate pei  can of Greal  Britai. or Canada,
upon   the   8 l-_ .quarts.    The, producers demand 'I'L*- testator's puhln-' spirit wa    i ��� ���
President   3 1-- rents a qiayl, the rate paid dm- hlblted   in   several    oth.'r   dheetions.''
Ing the  Winter,  while, the eontraetoi s The   Lov.M   .luhili'e  tfoSpttil' will     r-
bave   voted   to   mninjain   the   25-ceni '������-*���''' W,000 to hnihl a new ward,'the '
liducatlonai asaoo4��.ties here In July.fcan rate, w-hfeh has oldaiue.l dimim Bi 0.  Benevolent Soeir-ry $8,000;  the
he said thai the convention would beiLthe sumnfer tnontjilj for tho l;v t ihio. Provincial OVpllafts' Home thc iflcotote
��� ������   |;.ila:e   if   the   '-m'.-t'.aiiimeni   com-   years. (l1' 13,000, in he phtc-ed in the hands of
miHee (iniy  shovvfed tlie ehlel   execu-1    fifty   rami.;.,   11 iiioseniing   nearjy' the- mayor of Victoria in trust;  JS..00
ii,,.      ������.!    ,,      i;L..      lit.........11.       I i n Atr        if      ri.,,,L      ...I.....      ...1..        -.....!..          ii     ,4,., if     In     l\,<.     dir.Tvii/,  1     *.-.     l^ti i 1 il i r.,,     ..      !.,,.!,-.
ii-e     |,1 s   like   1'lymoiith   Lock���if
tln-re  is a   Plymouth   Rock���and  the
���W-. 'i.m-f.-n c:i:ri- ir, trfde id, Washing-
' tfi     " 1 ;':-'vt!.fti-; to do vvlih the Wash-
ineten Idm."
 i   pio.!nre;s   wiip   supply     Boston ,fe  lo  la:  devoted   to bUilflftfg a  home
v.i'li :; ib e..ns of iyilk daily,- .-.j^ntd  i'1"' organicahy-dlseased children  born
l!,.. deM.oaiinn of war, v.M,-h if <::���.���:- in the province and there will be $7,-
]���''< I Into - '.'��� -f. probtJily meaps an.;.:, 000 further as aij lemdowment' fuud.
famine in Boston'. -;'l'-. 1't-iys.,- ,i. . one of tte  largest
 tnolders in the Esquimau Waterworks
and  hart  great faith
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk. Phone   333
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625  Columbia  Street
New   Westminster;   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. C.
And   at   336   Hastings   St.,   W.
Vancouver, B. C.     Phone 3550
E.M, Carncross & Co
Real Estate
Insurance. Loans, (".myeyanciap;
Notaries Public
Surrey Farm Lands a Spech.Uy
Local Agents:
: (lloverdale   Improvement   ('������.,
Ltd., aJid l-\ J. Ilait & Co., Ltd..
Cloverdale. 1.. C.     L. D~ Phono.
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coiajjaiiy and hart great faith in the
I'.' . e wilue pf his stock. He .eft 100
Shares to the U.inaido Homes, ,U
Sh ,n;s to the National Lifeboat Institution and 100 shares to tiie lord .imtyor
|0ij Iy;ndon in trast, "for 'istril. utiou
tq a^ed and inroni g_WTlWsW8�� '>'���'
]-i! iii- pa1;.!!..- of aiding' young gov-
��� ��� .. -. . B v.L'i. lnay be ill or ovi'rwoik-
ed to teeovtr their healUn";
All   th.ese  he<iuesis   are  subject, to
the life;int. resh of Mxs, Pears').,  i
B.C. Mills^
Timber and  Trading
Lo.
LUMEBR,
TURNED
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinda of      i   '
LATH,  SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH
WORK,  FISH   BOXES.    LARGE
FANCY GLASS.
STOCK     PLAIN   , AND
Catches
HIGH   PRICES  FOR SEALS.
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Boats
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a . Sold,at -Auction
X'- A'i.to.ia, Alay 1.���The Bfialplstns of
^iile sti7ed .i:i.!H-u<.-rto .sciioimt'is Kinsei
*��� ���'-.'., it  .-;id    . i. ai i Mum, vvhiidi |w��ce
Telephone' 1.2
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Royal City Planing Mills Branch
New Westminster  ,.       ,   ,
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The most wonderful ftu vine;- p.ctnVqso^ thc ^rpa.cEt ,iww�� tw<mi. ent, im tm miasha
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WEi TMINSTER.   B.   C
Eighth  J.     >
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ptonship of the VVcrld,, between 11   i    i   -e
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.   huhvnee   to   tu'ran^e.
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V.1 i.. re.    '���;:<: c*tOb Olot&eetiyaii
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I of thi   S  kal Maru, were sold,
. Kosenberg for j^3"each.---1
iiS-ciiiite.^n GSaBSB oif: Ui."price : oal-:
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ring."1 No derail fniss!iH|L      Two performances,
one at 7.45 o'clock and the other at 9 o'clock.
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Chicago, May 1.���Two handsome''
black.noTisdS, propiity of the late Mis.
Beatrice Smith, of  Bvaisston. mother
ol Uie.lu'v ,Jain,fs.ll. ("Silent") Smith,'
wore''chlovofonnfd loday in accordance with the dying wishes of their.
lefonei) who pgejerred that they beL
' Hiied rather than have mem fall into^
the liaurtfi.C'i' soitjt< ono Who might H14
ticai them.
'���Th. hoVsc .'ilia, been! owned
used by Mrs. Smith for* more thani
fifteen ye.ars, and were \iell known inl
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lt was on account of Sier affect ion JJ
for them ;liatMrs. Smitji steadfastlylg
refused to have an autoisoblle, as shei]
I frequently declared to fiihuls that sheS
had nil use for both and loved her'
team too much to give it up.
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the general efe'ctltth. 'Dewir, i.iberal.fjf
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hiajority of 2,334, the vote being!
much heavier than yesterday.
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COMPANY SETTLED.
A block of 10 lots in Sapperton. Price $225 per lot. One
third cash, balance 6 and 12
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of Spanish  River Wreck. |
Fargo,  X.   1>.,   -May  1.���Ai**e��)ho |>f;
U.l)u-,.S>iij. ujsU.rher,tragedy wnicH .cost'
se<'ifcs of lives,, was heard;Ui dMrlM3
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liielfc; laic of. Lisbon. N.D., J10.000 iu'
cash without any legal struggle wlu.tr.
ever, -j
In sfnue. rospfct. tha case estaM-j
ilBUeB Vi'Cce.denf In' (list net court piffl
gMurej lo PQlut ofi Miue seldom has
'an action lava, disposed of so rapldfiB
T,lH��: entire'affair .U.lisuuiing the tiihej
that it (took Ju.ltje yiiarles A. l'ollofcic
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(|quif asjil&i-eijinji by attornt^,
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wV(HRnCp( ki'ix��i*N O.   BoemmeH
deceased, against the Canadian I'.u ijlO :
Railway conipany.    For  the   plaintm,
.WHM'U.V ai.  A.   Curtis, of  Lisbon  ;ip-
peared while Attorney John L,  KrdttU
Of   Minneapolis   app<'. mdL' for   the   be-
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oftl.ithbni linhsoin .<^unti, was a pis-
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cdllc train bound for^Sault Ste. Ma.W
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not (pstantly killed,, but lived only! a
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arrived at und the case closed for
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, MAY  2,   1910.
The Daily NewsiTBEATHE PATRONS WERE
MISLED ABOUT "ST. ELMO"
IPublished by Tne Dully .News Publisn.
ing Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
C A. Paige Managing  Director
FRENCHMAN INVENTS
NEW SMOKELESS POWDER
More Honors for Paulhan.
Taris, May 1.���The National Aerial
league has awarded its grand    gold
modal  to Louis    Paulham    for    his
fli. ht from London to Manchester.
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Play  Not So Bad, but Not Worth All
the   Advance   Fuss   Made
Over   It.
Unofficial Test Shows Explosive to Be
Most Powerful Yet Used���Receives Offers for  Invention.
MONDAY,  MAY   2,   1910.
THE   LUMSDEN   AFFAIR.
Little surprise will be felt, we opine,
that the parliamentary committee appointed to enquire into the Lumsden
charges has reported that those wore
not sustained. At the very commencement of the enquiry it became
evident that there was not the slightest ground for the allegations made
in regard to over-classification on the
Transcontinental railway. Hy his own
-words Engineer Lumsden put to
nought to the sensational aspect, which
the Opposition attempted to attach
to the affair. The retirement of the
Conservative members of the committee was in all probability duo to this
crumbling away of their case, though
they managed to formulate a more
plausible reason as an excuse for
their backing out. This incident was
not however perniittod to interfere
with the progress of Ihe enquiry,
which was carried through and completed in a most thorough manner.
The  committee  nows  reports:
"That in our opinion Mr. Lumsden's
charge of general disregard of bis instructions has not been sustained, and
no evidence has been adduced which
in our opinion would justify him in
.stating that he had lost confidence in
.the portion of the engineering staff
referred to by him."
The committee also remarks in their
report:
"It is to be regretted that Mr. Lumsden did not go earlier upon the work
Xiiuiself and visit more frequently. Had
he done so it is possible that any
question arising in regard to classification would have been immediately
and satisfactorily adjusted; and where
any difference arose your committee
is of opinion that it was Mr. Lumsden's duty as chief engineer to have
immediately taken steps to have had
the difference settled and if any portion of the staff refused to conform
to his instructions, to have recommended their dismissal to the board
of commissioners."
Thus is disposed of one more of
the series of baseless allegations of
Kraft and corruption which have been
brought forward by the opposition
during the present parliament. But
it is loo much to expect that it will
Le the last.
MILAN   SUMMER  VILLAS
RANSACKED   BY   THIEVES
Milan, May 1.���Twenty summer residences, belonging to wealthy Italians,
^on the shores of Lakes Como aud
V'arise have been ransacked by thieves
iind many thousand pounds worth of
silver, bicycles, clothing and valuable
mirrors and paintings stolon.
The police got on the track of tho
thievi s by noticing an accountant,
named Martini, with his companion,
named Celli, leaving Milan station almost every afternoon empty-handed
and returning the following morning
laden with baggage. The police also
noticed that an endless succession
tot cases had been consigned by the
"thieves to the goods department.
Twelve hundred pounds worth of
plunder has been recovered in a Milan
flat and in the local Monte di Pieta.
For a show widely heralded as "The '
Big 'Idling of the season," and aboul
which so much noise was made by
John Cort, dictator of the Northwest
Theatrical circuit, "St. Einio," which
was produced at tho local Opera house
on Saturday night, certainly is no
great credit to anyone connected with
the production, 'lhe show is jusi an,
average presentation, neither first-
class nor absolutely poor. It would
have been better enjoyed had nol the
audience been led to believe something
exceptional was to be presented, the
advance retaining of a certain number
of seats before the local appearance
of St. Elmo would he guaranteed being a regular joke on the public, and
altogether unwarranted by the book,
the play or tlie actors.
Having heen misled Into expecting
something well above the average In
dramatics, the audience was naturally
somewhat disappointed to discover
only a mediocre dramatization of a
story the "heart Interest" of which
belongs to a bygone age.
There was nothing wrong with the
actors, however, the different parts
being interpreted with a duo regard
to correctness and fidelity to the intentions of Willard Holcomb, the
guilty person who dramatized Mrs.;
Evans' novel.
As St. Elmo Murray, Charles E.
Gunn came as near making a hit as is
possible in the play. Cast for a clever
caustic cynic, he added strength to
his lines by a graceful bearing and a
subdued reserve in the mock-dramatic
situations with which the play is punctuated, the duel scene being the only
occasion on which his acting was
"stagey." Probably because this was
early  in the evening.
The leading lady, Gerda Nelson, although hovering on the border line
between youth and middle youth, still
has enough on Father Time to permit
her to interpret juvenile roles in first |
acts, although she was better suited
for the part of Edna Earl, the society
woman's protegee, that for that of
Edna Earl, the blacksmith's granddaughter. Miss Nelson's acting was
convincing and not unduly overdone.
In a more appropriated piece she
would appear to considerable advantage.
As an actress, however, the palm
goes to Lois Brownwoll. (Agnes
Powell) society girl and schemer. Miss |
Brownwell added to a rather attractive face and correct, figure a certain
charm of manner that captivated and
commanded admiration, her sneers
and bitterisms being equal to many
delivered by her prototype in real
life.
St. Elmo's mother, a graceful dame
of the middle of the last century,
found a celver interpreter in the person of Mrs. Cooper, whose, acting of
the part could hardly be improved
upon.
The remainder of the cast, which included Chris Lyton, as a negro servant, Edgar H. Sinclair, a village
blacksmith, Hollow Baldwin, a minister of the gospel of the old school and
other lesser lights, went through their
lines in a meritorious manner.
Apart   from  the  circumstance  that
the  public  had been   misled  into  expecting something much  better,    St.
i.Elmo  was a presentation   worth  wit-
I nessing, especially for ladies who delight in lachrymose.
Paris, May I.���A now and, as is
claimed, more effective smoki less pow.
derder than any yet known, has heen
Invented by M. Gulchard, a photographer, at Lons le Saulnier, the shooting
cliih which has been making some interesting experiments with it on the
Monteil ground. The targol consisted
of a block of very hard wood nearly
,;i  inches In  thickness.
The president of the club began by
sending a Lehel bullet Into the target,
which showed a penetration of close
on 25 inches, and then he employed
a cartridge invented by M. Guichard,
which, with the exception of the powder, is identical with the Lebel, the
pentration in this case being upwards
of 29 1-- inches. All this was witnessed by a number of officers, who were
much impressed by the result, and
those club experiments are shortly to
be followed hy official trials. M. Guichard has already received a quantity
of offers, but he declares that lie is
determined not to reveal his secret to
any foreign government, Tlie inventor
is Ou years of age, and is a native of
Sallienard, in the department of Ain.
Still a Mystery.
Naples, May 1.���The Princess Ros-
plgllost, who has been here Investigating the death of Miss Estella
Held, an American, whose body recently was found on the shore, has
reached the conclusion that there is
nothing to show that the young
woman committed suicide, but that
there are sufficient elements in the
case to cause the belief that Miss
Held was abducted.
THE
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LIMITED
MOVEMENT  IN  SURREY
A BIG SALE OF
TELEPHONE GIRLS
STRONG ON  MATRIMONY
Pittsburg, May l.���The matrimonial
bee finds its way into the heads and
hearts of 16 per cent of the 1200 or
more telephone operators employed by
the two companies operating in and
about Pittsburg. Statistics furnished
by those in authority a few days ago
substantiate this claim, and this is one
of the reasons telephone companies
aro obliged to keep their training
schools busy from day to day.
Most of the girls are taken into the
employment of the telephone companies between the ages of 18 and -3,
although some are as young as 15,
while others are past _:>. The company realizes that this is a young
woman's most advantageous age from
a matrimonial standpoint, although
some have continued ln the service
14 years or more before braving the
storms of matrimony. The greatest
drain on the service occurs in the
months of June or December, or just
at the close of Lent, when many of
the girls leave the service.
Last week In Vancouver there was
a heavy demand foi certain sections
in Surrey. Tho buying for some unknown reason was mo?tl. round sections 24 and 2a, township 2.
In three offices this peculiarity was
noticed, but no reason could be ascribed. There has, however, boon
rumors in New Westminster for some
days that a Seatt': ��� syndicate is buying in that direction, but as their
movements have boon kept quiet for
obvious reasons it is difficult to know
what  Is  moving theie.
All otilces are experiencing a difficulty In obtaining sufficient property
in Surrey t.   meet, the demand for it.
The S.W. quarter section of 24,
township 2, changed hands three times
last week in one Vancouver office and
the first price and the last price wore
not In the same street. ***
TENDERS   WANTED.
Tenders will he received by the
undersigned up to May 9, 1910, al
5 p. in., for supplying Uniforms for
the Fire Department. Specifications
can be obtained at the City Clerk's
office.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City  Hall,  April  30, 1910.
NOTE OF THANKS.
Mrs. E. M. Domlny, proprietress of,
the    old    established    Arrow    Press,
wishes   to   take   this   opportunity   to |
thank   her   many   friends   for   their .
kind   patronage   in   her  old   place   of
business and hopes to still  have the
pleasure of supplying th ilr wants in '
tbe job printing line in her new premises,   near  The   Daily   News   Co., 000
Victoria street.    Phone 695.
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ake Money Now
EVERETT  FIREMAN  TO
TRAMP TO  NEW YORK
Everett, May 1.���Lieutenant Elliott,
of the Everett fire department, May
16 will start for New York City by
pedal power. Elliott, who is an ex-
cowpuncher, says he can't stand the
.-simple life of the fire department,
and that the only thing that could hold
him hero would be a fire each day.
Elliott intends to stroll down to
Portland before starting on his East-
��� ern walk, slating that, pedestrianism
is easier through the central section
of the country that over the more
mountainous region to the north, lie
expects to cover forty-five miles a day
in liis walk of 3,149 miles to the Empire State, the shortest distance one
may travel by foot.
Hc is not making the trip on a wager, nor will he attempt to earn a grub
istalte as he advances over the country.
He will be fairly well ballasted with
���coin, although In the cattle-raising districts lie may pick up a few dollars
.breaking  horses to the saddle.
CONCRETE SHIPS NOW
USED   ON   RIVER   MAIN
Berlin, May 1.���"To sink like a
stone" is a phrase that has lost its
���meaning to a great extent, for ships
'built or stono are now a reality. The
process of construction is the invention of Signer Gabelllnl, an Italian,
and a vessel of the type is already
���working successfully on the Ilivvr
Main at Frankfort. Several more are
���In course of construction in Germany
and Italy.
Artificial stone or reinforced concrete is used in building those ships.
The . reat advantage of the system is
that they are free from barnacles, and
It Is more durable than steel or wood.
The weight of a stone vessel is one-
third more than that of an ordinary
���ship, but the cost of construction Is
less by twenty-five per cent.
INFANT   MORTALITY.
Greater   Number   of   Births,   as  Well
as  Deaths,  Among   Poor.
An investigation just made by the i
New York milk committee with a view [
to getting definite Information as to
the effects on infant mortality of social '���
and economic conditions has resulted '���
in some interesting disclosures. Three !
sections of the city were selected for
study, varying much in size     owing
to  different densities  of    population,
but each  containing about   7,500 poisons,   in the first, inhabited largely hy
the   rich,  only   thirty-seven    Children
were born in a year;  ln  the second,,
where the circumstances of the people were what is called comfortable,
tbe births numbered 160, while in the
third,   where  poverty   prevailed,    -i'6-l :
tables were born.
But during two summer weeks, one I
of them the hottest of the year, not:
one of the thirty-seven or of the 100 ;
died, while among the 434 there were |
sixteen  deaths.    The  figures are  not -
largo enough to warrant any final con-
elusions as to percentages, but doubt-!
less i hey are lairly  characteristic, of l
the three classes.    The Immunity of
the babies in the two more fortunate i
classes during this hot fortnight only ���
happened to he comple.3, and that peculiarity would not be likely to be repeated.
That the one grouij did as well as'
the other is explained by the investiga-
tors as due lo equally efficient care |
in  both, in the one    case,    however,!
largely  the care  of    highly    trained!
nurses, and iu the second to that  or
mothers with leisure and Intelligence, I
Among the very poor each of the much
more numerous babies bad a decidedly |
smaller chance of life, but many more
than enough of them survived to outnumber the otber groups.    Probably
at the attainment of adult age the difference will not be nearly as large, for
the  excess  of  mortality   will   remain !
where it began.���New York Times.
kOME choice buys in Sapperton on exceptionally
good terms, nothing better on
the market.
POR EXAMPLE:-
Large lot close to car and
park, lane at back. Price
$400.   Good Terms.
And others if you call and
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PLES
IF THE GOODS INTEREST YOU, WE ARE
CERTAIN THE PRICES
WILL    PLEASE   YOU
A large purchase of samples ,   including   Handkerchiefs,   Glovei
Hosiery, Umbrellas, Children's Hats, Dresses, Coats, Underskirts and
Cushion Covers. Those goods are not soiled, all fresh and clean and
in extremely pleasing variety. Stunning little styles in Coals and
Dresses that come as a timely offering for the May Day celebration
Call and inspect them all���you are just as welcome to look as to buj
White P. K. Coats
fascinating creations in white P. K. suitable tor children from
ii months to 2 years old; smart iy trimmed and finished with embroidery and Insertion.    From  .l.nu to $2,25 each.
Smart Coats in Cashmere
Attractive garments for children  In  Cashmere,  Lustre  and  Bed
ford Cord, in similes of Blue Blown, Green and Cream; braided.
cord and Bilk-trimmed collars and cuffs: a choice collection of daint;
stylos at  saving  prices.    From $1.75 to .3.76.
Hats of All Descriptions
Straw- Hats, Linen Hats, Duck Hats. Cloth and Serge Hats 1.
all colors and while at prices that will make them go out with .
rush.    Banging trom  2l>c.
Sample Hose
Where the variety is greatest of all is in this collection of stool,
lngs. Children's and Ladies' si/.os in Cotton. Lisle, Cashmere and a sur
prising showing of Novelty Hosiery. A rare opportunity to BUpplj
all your needs for the season, i .Now is the time. Sample sales liki
this are not every day occurrences. You should get hero early, i
Ladies' and Children's  lloso  from lac per pair.
SH2ESI
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Breakfast
Room  7,  Thompson   Block
Phone   669���New  Westminster
(Opposite  City   Hall)
Open Every Evening.
Do you like breakfast nicely served���a little fruit to commence.
such as Rhubarb, Sliced Oranges, Grape Fruit, Bananas in Cream,
then Bacon, crisp and done to a turn, Fresh Eggs, boiled and fried,
Fish, Steak, Chops, etc? Try the "ROYAL CAFE." Snow white
Napery,    Neat,   Quick   and    Polite  Service.
WE ARE  NOW UPSTAIRS
THE ROYAL CAFE
OPERA  HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
May   5���Nelson-Wolgast  Fight  Pictures.
May 11���Gingerbread  Man.
May 10���The Prince of Tonight.
May 2-i���Juvenile Bostoniaiis.
May 25���Jessie MacLachlan.
June 2���Dorothy Morton.
June 30���Tho  White  Squaw.
Commercial Hotel
CHILLIWACK
Containing 33 rooms. New bedding
and furniture throughout. Dining
room, bar room, two card rooms,
bath rooms electric light, etc. Beautifully situated in the heart of the town.
PRICE $16,000, Easy Terms
Exclusive Sale by
Brening & Co.
Room 5 & 6, Merchants Bank Building   Phone 686
Cor. Columbia and Begbie Streets
New Westminster, B. C.
Seabold &  Jones,  Props.
Dominion   Trust   Block.
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MONDAY,  MAY   2,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS a rich, fragrant tea
~jV��� ���^v-w~~ ^~���������~w*     SALADA" is fresh from the gardens of Ceylon���the
BALMORALS DEFEATED      i
BY UNBEATEN CLOVERS
Vancouver    Ball    Tossers    Hang
other   Scalp  In   Crowded
Wigwam.
An
'who will guard
NflS fOR CUP HOLDERS
[Sandy Gray  May   Not Be
\!,!e  To   Play ��� Possible
Candidates. Thn Vancouver clovers took the Bal-
,  | morals   Into   Camp   by   the   score  ol
6 to 2 on Saturday. Tbo game was even
1  ,     ,!,,,,,:, Bellies may have diffl-juntll the third   Inning,  but   the  Bai-
culty In finding a man to pul between moralB went up in the air ln that ses-
I. ,   goai nets this year.    Sandy dray   sj,m  an(j  the  Clovers  came  in  with
bias nol been oui to practice yet and  enough runs to win the name.
lis reported as noi being In the best;    prei Lynch made-tho most efficient
.,-  |jeaith.    He  intends to  turn  out referee that has attempted the Job ye1
[i,, practice tonight  and  the   way  he  this season.
ftei   ii."   exercise   will   prob-1    The Balmorals lost In the batting.
- gardens. .
finest tea-producing country in the world.    Sold
only in sealed lead packets, which preserve
its native purity and goodness.
Ask your grocer for a package to-day.   You'll like it.
.    Black, Mixed and Natural Green, 40c, COc, 00c and 70c per lb.	
fei
l,ave a good  deal  to do With the   They   did   not   Beem   to   have   anyone
" n   as  to   who  will  defend  the   who could   lilt   tho  ball,  and  the de-
the Cup Holders. flelency  proved disastrous.    Tho mon
, does nol c e back tbe Sal-  \n the outfield played good ball, hard
Bellies may  tind themselves In   iy an error being Bcored upon against
foi a goal keeper.   Ellsworth j any 0f tiU!tn.    The Infield  men won
fl:..
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l,as heen mentioned for the Job
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take it.    If be once gol in a
not stick he could never play amateur
again    and   that   would   not   suit   him
not.   so   goo:!   and   made   some   costly
.  nol   by  any  means anxious   errors.
nd did      This   Is   the   fourth   time   that   the
Clovers  have  come  over  from  Vancouver and returned with a nice fresli
However, lf the seniors were   H,alp from  tiiis  part   of the country,
absolutely grounded there is nol much  They  have not yet  run  agalnsl   the
doubl  but  (hat  Munn would cot Into  Maple  Loafs,  but  most of the other
be game. city   teams   have   fallen   a   victim   toi
Hughle Gifford is another prospec-  their prowess.    The following players
live candidate  tor the  position,  but took part In the struggle:
Lie Fame objection as tbe one encoun-      Balmorals ��� Bllodeau,     Smith,    S.
fcred  by   Munn  also applies  to  him.   Smith. Sinclair, Hunter, Wright, Stein,
Ke has  been  working  oui   with  the  Dleldal, Ryall, Canfleld
-team   he-   the   last   few  practices  and       clovers   -      Andrews,      Carruthers,
The wonderful progress of Canada u illustrated by the fact that the
finest Cocoa in the world u made there.
PERFECTION
li the purest ��nd the best and li fait becoming the beverage
for old and young,
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
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The South West
quarter of Section 16,
Township 10.
160 acres at $50
an acre.
is    rather
life  of  tho
Moir. Praser, Alberts. Holmes, Milling,
Shaw, Grassey, Fulcher, McGarrigle,
Robinson.
BASEBALL
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ji^on-       ;...-   lie-   :������'������ irmus
Henioi
f it will he up to the management
gt,, i ��� ��� i ������  man pretty seen for the first
tame with Vancouver is due in less
[than   two   weeks.     This   will   he  only
in exhibition came but none of the
It are at all anxious to lose lt on
Itliat account
The other positions on the field aro
���well filled. The na n have been very
[regular in  their  practices    and    are
showing  up well.    "All younger than
[we were last year." remarked ono of pt.  Lou!
[the players.    "None <>f the men seem  Cincinnati     2
i i :   ..��� deteriorated at all during the American.
winter   and   this   year's   team   will   bo       ^   pt    Louis
DOWN Al OUT RUNNER
MAY HELP JEFF COME BACK
Sunday, May  1.
National.
At Cincinnati���
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Tom  Longboat Will Assist in the Repair of Jeffries Wind���
Perhaps.
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BRITISH   SOCCER.
H.
FIRST   DIVISION.
Bradl id   2,   Everton   0.
.   i  4, Nottingham  0.
I,  Blackburn   Rovers  1.
i.    rpool 2, Aston Villa 0.
ester I Inlted l, M Iddlemoro 1.
Newi istle United 0, Sheffield Unit-
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���m   N.E.    1.   BoltOD     W'ander-
| At Chicago
Chicago ....
Detroit   	
Batteries���Walsh   and   Payne;   Wll
lets.  Browning,  Parnell  and  Stallage
Umpires���Sherridan and Kerln,
Eastern.
M  Providence
Buffalo 	
Providence   ....
At   Newark���
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Hamilton, April 30.���There Is a
chance that while Tom Flanagan is
looking after .lack Johnson's road
work. Jim Jeffries will be tearing off
miles over the roads near his camp
with Tom Longboat as pacemaker.
When Jeffries was in Toronto last
summer lie became a warm friend of
Longboat's, and at the time told Tom
11 that he would like to have him in his
1 camp when be started to train. The
E. I other day Sol Mintz received a letter
61 from Sam Berger, saying that he
would like to have the Onondaga at
tbe camp, and he wants Sol to notify
him as to whether Longboat would
go or not, Sol is willing, providing
Jeffries makes the right Inducements,
E land it would not he surprising to see
0   Sol   and   the   Indian   taking   a   train
r,      1
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.  Id W. 1. Sutherland 0.
ham Hospurs 2, Chelsea
Saturday,  April   30,
SECOND   DIVISION.
ingham 3, Stockport 0.
��� y 3, Lincoln City 0.
im ii. Clapton Oi ient 0.
I ii T.  1. (liimshy  T. 1.
1        p :;.  Bradford  l.
i C. l.  Leicester Fosse 1.
a. 2, Hull City 0.
mwlch A. 0, Derby C. 0.
i  hampton West 3, Manchester
ley 1, Blackpool 0.
Northwestern   League.
Vancouver, ?.:  Spokane, 0.
Tacoma, 9; Seattle. :'..
and    Needham;
R.  11.  i:
SOUTHERN   LEAGUE.
Brorapton  3,  Brentford 2,
d Palace 0, Brighton and Hove
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'      don Central 2, Watford 0.
I       m 5, Exeter City 1.
1'"" mouth l. Luton T. 0.
rtli impton 3, Norwich Central 1,
Plymouth  3,  Southend   l'nited  0.
Southampton 3, Reading 1.
ndon 5, WeBl Main United 1.
Gotch and Zbysco.
Icago, May l.���According to a
: icl signed here yesterday, Frank
h and Zbysco will meet in a fin-
; m:i"'h at the American league
���basei.aii park on the afternoon of May
��"'" '''���'��� oration Day. The
���he for a puis,, of $25,000
National  League.
At   Pittsburg��� R.   H.   E.
Chicago       o
Pittsburg     1
Battel les���Brown
Powell and Gibson.
At Cincinnati���
St. Louis     4      7     0
Cincinnati      1      S     3
Batteries���Harmon and Phelps; Caspar,   Rowan.   McLean  and  (.'lark.
At   Boston��� H.   H.   E.
Boston       -      5     3
Brooklyn       4      5     0
I     Batteries���Curtis, Burke and Smith;
I Barber and  Erwln.
|    At Philadelphia��� R.  H.  E.
j New  York       9    13     -
Philadelphia     4     3     4
I Batteries���Marquard and Myers;
Wilson, Moron. Humphreys, Marcny
and Dooin nnd Cheek.
ASSISTANT    JANITOR    WANTED.
Easy Terms.
���
| WHITE, SHILES & CO.
628 and 746 Columbia Street.
Wanted���Assistant janitor for the
Central schools, New Westminster.
Applications received until Saturday,
May  T.
R. LENNIB,
Secretary New Westminster Board of
School Trustees.
New Westminster, April 28, 1010.
NOTICE.
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Phone 85.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
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Take notice that as my wife has
voluntarily left my bed and board,
I will not be responsible for any
debts contracted by her.
CHARLES PARKER.
Dated this 20th day of April, 1910.
Sapperton,  B. C.
"GET  THE   HABIT"
Specials This Week
38-piece Limoges China Tea Set,
only    $9.00
40-piece White and Gold Austrian China Sea Set, for, only $10.00
west   within  a   very  short time.
Sol  lias had several offers to take
Longboat io tbe Pacific coast to meet
some of the big professional runners
In  a  series of races, and if be joins
Jeffries it is likely that he will have
several   important     races  out     there.
Mlntz ferls that if Longboat was with
Jeffries'   staff    of   trainers    that     he ,
would   settle   down   to  hard   training .
and  that  he would  soon get  back to j
bis   old   form   again.     As   things   are J
now.   the   Indian   will   nol   train   the .
01 way he should, and the only time he ,
LI will get busy is when Sol is with him. j
Mlntz  has written  to  Berger stating;
his terms, nnd  expects to know defl- i
nitely within a week or two whether -
he will go or not.
The Fair
646  Columbia   Street.
We buy for cash and sed for the same.
Contractors and
House Builders
^kVe have a xull   line   or   tne   Best
Builders  Hardware in the City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.    Also Complete   Stock   oi   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Vandergrlft;   McGinnity
match  wl
American   League.
At New York��� R.   H.   B
Philadelphia   ������    '-1    -
Now York    2     6
Eleven  innings.
Batteries���Bender and Livingstone
Qulnn and Sweeney.
_\ Washington��� R.   H
Uoston       -r'    1T
Clnlcy.   and
and Crisp.
At Jersey City��� P..  H.   E3.
Rochester   1     6     -
Jersey City    -      5      -
Ten inmnus.
Batteries���McConnei!   and     Balalr;
Set ton and Crist
At Providence. R. I.���       R.   H.   E.
Buffalo   6     9     :1
Providence "   li     ���*
Batteries���Burchell, Spear, Kissinger and Woods;  Filts, Huffy and Fit '.-
j gerald.
\t Baltimore��� R-  H.   E
First   came.
I Montreal     ';   13     7
Baltimore  *���     ~     '
Pleven  Innings.
Pattcries���Wilson and Bridges:  Ad-
E,  kins and Byers,
2 \     Second   game.
If You Don't
Trade With
us we Both
Lose Money
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
Washington   	
Batteries ��� ��� Karger   and
Walker. Cray  and  Sire, l.
\t Chicago���
8      S      1 | Mont real
Carrlgan; , Baltimore
Callfornlan  Wins  Bicycle  Race,
ffla-ll    V,'"'k'    May    ^���Christopher'Detroit
Her,  the  California  amateur  hi-  chlca��to	
ne-JS .'.'."'I'. ."'*' .,h('-.>��'\����<l'    Hattcries-Summers
Batteries���Sievors, Wiggs  and   Bn
1.   E. iger;  Vickers and Byers.
cyclist,
th.
events at  the Vailsburg   Whlte  lin(1  Payne,
ii.uk,  near  Newark,   N.   '
and
R.
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Stallage;
J.,  today.
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At St. Louis���
Cleveland 	
Sl. Louis
R.
Batteries���.loss and Clarke;  Powell
BerlBeri  Victim   Dies,
ian   Francisco,   May    l.���Antonio,
lanierl, the first white victim In this 1 nnd Stephens
"ty to succumb to beri-beri, died to-
,:,v-     rwo   Chinese   have   died   from
lu'   eBects   of   this   unusual   disease,
"" Rnnierl is the lirst Caucaslon hero  Toronto       B
1 a fatal attack of the Oriental , Newark       <
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Eastern   League.
Newark���
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Batteries���Berherlch.   Rudolph,   Mc-
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LOOK AT THESE
Coast League.
At  I.os Angeles-
Sacramento 	
Los Angeles  	
Batteries���Nourse    and
Delhi and Orendorff.
At  San  Francisco���
V. rnnti   	
Oakland   	
Batteries���Schaefer    and
Tonnesnn and Metze.
At  Portland���
San Francisco    ;!
Portland   l
Batteries���Henley and Berry;   Gar
��� rett and Fisher.
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Fourth avenues.
$6,275
Vi Cash; balance fi, 12 and 18 months at 7 per cent. There ls
no hotter buy than this in the city. The land is all under cultlva-
""M and In addition to the house, there is a two-storey stable with
accommodation for six horses.
SURREY
$2,200 for  10  acres,  house  and barn; 5 acres cleared.
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Limited.
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A'erts Practice Toniciht.
The playing members of tho Alerts
| Baseball club will hold a practice at
Queen's park this evening.
BEEF TRUST BALKED
IN   GRASPING  SCHEME
London, May 1.���In spite of denials,
it is true the American beef trust wns
behind a fruitless scheme to control
tral mart for chilled meat.
This ls the third attempt to corral
the British markets, each effort being
made under cover of dummy organizers. But just at the last, moment in
each case the cat got out of the bag
and tbe scheme has failed.
This time the plan was to purchase
t>,. i,,.,Ue. of ail the stalls in the
Smithfield market. Everything seemed
smooth for signing the contracts, when
the board of governors of the market
stepped in and prohibited the deal.
Fresh Maple
Sugar
10c per cake.
Fresh Maple
Syrup
50c  per  tin.
Self Rising Buckwheat
35c  per  package.
Fresh Vegetables
Daily
Try Our Proper
Blend Ceylon
Tea
3 lbs. for $1.00
For CHILLIWACK
AND     UPRIVER
LANDINGS
THE   NEW  STERNWHEELER
S.S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves  Brackman-Ker  Milling   Company's  Wharf,  New  Westminster
With   Passengers   and   Freight   as    Follows;
REGULAR SAILINGS
Leave  New Westminster Tuesday, Thursday and 'Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leave Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday alnd Sunday at 7 a. in.
FIRST CLASS  PASSENGER ACCOMODATIONS
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
NEW  WESTMINSTER
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
C.A.
Welsh
The People's Grocer
PHONE  193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
VV ORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
EL V'ERYTHING to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
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FRSONS other   than  employees  accidentally  Injured    about    the
premises invariably sue for damages.
EGARDLESS of their own responsibility for the accident,  or the
existence of negligence on the part of others.
N the slightest pretext employees may sue you. even for accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
HE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of
the accident by which he was Injured.
MPLOYERS and business men can 111 afford to assume the risk
of this ever-Increasing an.l uncertain liability.
REDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturer* and business firms
is sometimes seriously impaired by such damage suits.
O go to law means lass of time,  money,  endless  annoyance  and
worry. ,
OUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are Insured.
NLY Insurance against such risks wlll enable you to fix and reduce
your expenses to a minimum.
NDER the protection of a Liability Policy In the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and
be  relieved   from  all  such annoyances .
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
Phone 62.     "The Insurance Man"    657 Columbia
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MONDAYl/M-AY <.   1910
tClTY -QP NtrWiVj/ESTMl^l^SRv ��. - . .     . . ; IW.Q5* I i i
����� '   tenders Wante*d! Take   notice  that   I.  Grace   Crui
' Tenders will be received by the un- shank, of Matsqui, B.C., farmer's wired
Sfrsignad,u��-t. .\lay .^.',rd. &**,, .at jimem. Jo ja��?ly to^the Comagesionei<
f. p. ni..>,lV.'t\vVin-,i-P.ve l2l nils of.Lap.Is/and Works.. VtctoijI, for ;��
h'2i" liis.\6f r-in<'ll and six ii) tons I llfSns* 10 Pgospecft f&r coal aid petrol*
Ot 4-inch tfot Iron \ V^tor PiiJeis, 1M1> c|��ni (hi and under the l.ollowin. des^
ch   in   JKjkneJs.       Alio   tWo <���(.>��� rO'lhedi lands. <
��\4 inch T's. Commencing  at    a    post    marhetf-
��� Pipes must he free from flaws, Grace Cruickshank's, on N.E. cornej
fe-acks or other defects, and an even set of the Section line between Seoj
Sickness of metal throughout, cast tion H8 and 29, Tp. Ill, New WesH
Vertically, and covered with Dr. An- minster District, about 10 chains nortlj
Smith's or other approved sola-! of the S. E. corner of Section ~.'f
Pipes to have -the, standard thence south-Mie mile; then west 011$
e spigots and scfcjjetert mil*/; then north one mile; then cast
1 he !r.arVcdv'VcndeVs for  ^'c' mile to the point  ot commence^
640 acres. <
UliACK CRUICKSHANK, ..
April  IS,' 1910.
HUM
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FEtE FOR ALL FliBTi
SEASON TO IIS END
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Commencihg May 2nd
Emperor's    Daughtsr
Heir, to Throne Scu
Meat" Vienna.
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Wife    c
Public
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feze
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~ iter Pipes.
benderi for J 6tte
���  ;  ... it or any teij* ment;
not necessarily' Qcfcepted
\V. A. DUNCAN; City Clerk.
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IttSqlli.
City Hall, April 26, 1910.
uAND ACTS.
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f* New Westmister Land District.
<> District of Neyy .Westminster.
'.' Take notice tha( MJj^ndei ^IcUd-ii-
ftan, of Vancouver, British Columbia,
Occupation contractor, intends to ap-
!hy   for  permission   to  purchase   tiie
t
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATEQ
v .  .    WORKS.
Vienna,    May    1.���A    conflict    between  the  Archduke!  Francis  Ferd'n-
Prorogation of Commons
On Wednesday���Subsidies
Total $20,000,000.
Tenders for Steel  Pipes.
Sealed Tenders,    endorsed    "Steel
111cs.'' vlll-W received by the unde��
signed   ;it   lhe Municipal   Hall,  Lulu
llsland, up to 5 p.m. on Saturday Maj
7. pras.M'foii thf supply of about 2 1-2
following described lands; j mile's "on.'ip' wehh d l--inch sic. l watej
��� Commencing at a posi  planted at pipe.
fiie southeast point of the Island situ-   ..T.he speci^pations may be Been anfl
*te aboul  tour  (4)  chains froi��jpGif^ftohns^gead$' obtained al the ojflc|
ger limit No. 38733, thence nftRRenyrof1 thevraf
2nd westerly and southerly and east-  eron, 506-8
Jrly   around  the   shore   at  low   tide  ver, B. C.
place of commencement, containing j    Tiie lowest or any tender may not
ir  acres, more  or  less. - be  accepted.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.     , C. L   BLIGHT
j J. F. BAGGS, Agent. I Anril 23, 1910. C.M.0S
& Can*
Vancorf.
Marc*
ah }1, ^.'lti. r
'���   ;'" Lamp
\. :���������   -*&
.Ol
���!
ACT*',
c> '-..>��� v.^    ����� ...>���    v.'.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District   of   New   Westminster.
ent. ' April
!   :,",.,    '., -   R^'ftioNDLt. UNIC1PALITY -WATE
f,Tw0RKS'     .      i   .
Tehders for  Valves,  ���-���>
lives,"
and,, heir to fhe Austrian throne, and
bis Wile, the Duchess llobeuheig, bn
the one sb.'.o and the resl of the emu;
on the dtliejj (s inMca.in. 'in' lis in-
te'rislty   since   the   jSjftP��>'qr     franc's
[, IpB  laiscd   thfe  Counters tshoteft
to  the rank of a chichess;   -
A1   lhe   launching   of   ttTC   Austrian
haiilesiiiii Ziiijy "al Tiitjste  a  deplorable  friction  devela_ed  between I (fee <
auchpss and  the archduchess   Maria
Uilerie, the daughter pt the Jv. wtfor.
Dnring   the   c^eyotticfe   jfettb '������    1 .-
ciiangod   a   vrork nnd   ihe   Aichduki
i'i-. ncls simpljJtfl^TOed sirtien ihe Arcfl.
culke  Francis Salvator and   wife,  ar-
rlfed.   This was tialnweif. 1>. .1)1"*T(it*'
lev turning her hack on the duchi   s
When an opportunity j/rr^rcd,-,tli'eroby '
Uoepiy exciting thi   '
Kvhen the festlvitl/s v.-i-qv o\.i-.' the
4.ichduchess Marl 1 KlriPthi hi i:-1? mor-
dantlc  wife exchanged  bitter  words.
afci
Ottawa. May 1.���With a bare (lucrum presehl ("Ho commons ��� yestf-rday
ilLotni.in; autftinalicaUy pqt ihnni^li
raihviiy''. uhsuiics for 'Uie jeal1 as pro-
\'i;lcd I'oriiVa rcsOlulion hroaglil 3own
hy ihe Him. .Mr. Graham last week.
There  w.us  prn��-lic.filly   bo  tUwwSSToJl
1'hu   S|lbsilics   Utl:t\  !\\)i)M.   $LU.I>fl,l4'
porl 1011  of
nil.
bin, vi loii.rsc.j oiily
,CU),
this
..
NEW   WESTMINSTER   TO   NEW   WESTMINSTER
Via
1 STEVESTON   and   VANCOUVER
Str. TRANSFER
Loaves  llr,.ckman-K..|'  wharf  al   3   P.   V   fiH/Uzcfci   BatAM^,
. 011 Satuiday  \.>y Stevishm  ami way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets'ai  it. C. E.  R. tlckei oflliv.and-an boa^fi lsieaii*ec.
trie  cars  leave  Steveston  every hour   (on   the   hall'-huin I   for   ��� ,'a
afi
ver.
See the Famous  Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Et
1-Umnd 11in ticki-ts ly S;u\(sU)ti. Siaurday  ai'lei neons, %i.
�������
;i
will he 1 arned this year,
'1 lie senate has 1 in;,ily disposedjbf
U'e.  naval, bill   a-cl   'ii-;    Miller     anil-
r'anibllu'e,  bill    ivithoufl   ami ndmepl
PfcoriMJntion is aiinuiinc^d for Wedn��
day. Jj
't' r total revenue collected by the
de;loitmeni'of trade and commerce an
;:���., 0 mi ql riiiaese Immigration for
,cir'v;,S!.;.,dh,". :Vl��-' gcil >% was $813 000 Til,
Ij f,-i(> I::-.' *���' ampunl collected In tfie
he 'cry of Csnwja. There were Uli
Chinese   \' ho   paid   the   tax  of   $900.
lis
m'm^.iii��kZKMm^m��
alt for Sale
1
V
I
I i^h.wed hem woSe? u>i..g tp ute ;r:,!.1'1rK':'";'-';i re, nu,e ",.>'1-",-
t*   t.S-ir umbrellas on each oth^'s hftd.      mhM' lhe  ( h.i.es,-  ..iiinicraii...,    U-
;   iieir liiishaiHlsfA.fl'fP^.^atvthAir";1 l"''-.^ (�� ���thiUax is payableUi
Calif
Scaled, 'hen(lers,rendoi'scd "V:
a Take notice H*j��,--,T;ii}:e-< 'Biitwium,''\\\\\ 'be VeK-lvet! by t^e undersignej
��� tre- IttY?"      '    '
Of Vancouver, Bf'C? flCcdpSnM,*mmre"j,fft iX\e Municipal Hall, Lulu Island, up
Butter, intends to anply for permission j to 5 p.m. Saturday, May-7. juo.\,, lijr
Jo  lfiif'e'litiFe' the -'followmg described   the  supply or sluice, air'ah.1    scot?
hji 'JS.:,  jV^Kes. .������������'������'- - '.���'������'". *l-'.*
fohii'Tehcin.   at a ' post fflfTiTtga 'at      The speclflcatlong mayJie_s����u..aii.d
tlTf-FOlltbenst' point of a  ^inalT Island ' forms of tender obtained at  the office
yin. ���ahout lo-ehitins mirth of Nr-I'snn ' nf t'-o  mriprirF.   ricveTmTfi   ,C   Uami
and;   tlience    northerly,    westerly,  eron,  506-8, Winch  Building, Vancou*
southerly  and    easterlyh���fflcnsL^he -\3Ji_, la$*__ ��� ' ���    _ >     [
shore to the place of eoip;iibn(*fc. Jit ,'.|     The lowest.or any tender may not}
��� ���h,
ontaining 6 acres more'OT logsr
JAMES BATEMAN,
rKvf.iit.-nni".-
JOHN F.^AtTllri; -
\pril  20, 1010. '   *   Ac ill.
hy  force.
As a cons-queiiee Ihe heir to tlie
throne and his wife will stay away
liom >t-hc Vouh.'Kh��'&\hva* 'A/tewd,*- ami
probably go oir a trip around the
wolld. I The line'hctls' H'ohonliere Is
looked ir,'aa b? the ��� ���fastidious ami
haiighiy court aft .-ah intruder oi low
birth.  ' ������    ���
NATION WILL RETURN"
ANTE-BELLUM
CONES
[ he  nccepted.
'.pi'il- ?i'., lUle.
C. L. BUG',
GHT,
C. I.
Ik
};ofI L*tihAC^o   sail !|i;
New   Westn-.inster->Land tDistrict.
District 9tN>^y. e^ndlnjfeL^n;   I,'.   ';P<V'"L<ll'   TenAe
Take notice    that    Simon    Henry
��� Washington, May 1. ��� Louisiana
state and citj l.��.nnjif(.1.91 tie- face value
of   $545,540   repose   in   the   tri. si ry
C|  yaulis.   wlicrv  Hay   v.-.c.-o ��� plaeo 1- ^Jo
voiuher.    itvi',."..      'I'hi.>    v.."e    .aptiiioa
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER   al
WOFVKS. ���   ������ Nar  (lepaitmj.iu  tu   ti.c   i,e.;,;v>;  jqi
.������.-,;��� ... ' ���������><-' hf'-lia?;.-      I]  . H'j
the pro\iiHo wlieicin it. w;u c >l. >ci(il.
Chcriurs, therefore;"for the ifii&TIiil due
the various provinces were sent yes-
terday from 1110 d()r.ftu!��H"tn Bi-ilfsh
Columt.��J f--;t.t.s'tin- Jion's I.li'are in vit.w
of the fact that the great majority
Cl'.lileVie -ii'rivo.al Va.e<..u\cr Ind Viic
fitlii IhwKll tin . iikl? 1 <��� (H^tiiiiS
other points in the Interior of Canada., ���
The amoupt fopv-rd.il was .;������.'������">���'��� .:���"'.
In . muSt\ r^-riiirc".' 'v,.-:.   ,1, clareci
i xi mpt j'Pvuti_;i :;> |lffl��t, 9t>  -lii:>!   being
[principally   merchants   or   the   wives
md children oLanedahflnts already re-
[slding in Canada.   The total number,
fore,  enterfttg "Chna la   foi
lasl fiscal yi -u- was
- rr.ia Half and Three-
uarter  Ground
Q>
m.
an mere,
Shreyepori audnru. d -,.,r hy lliqff,2^ ��f��J* r< c . mm \ ea:-.;
���s ^6r Cast
ial" Castings. ���
yon ^ipes and Spec
r     > foi
'hnves,oii.y;qie(^iy,yr,:.J3/   C^-^fcil.
ban. ouilding injector, intends to ap-  Lulu Island,
onAn��.oil -"('��� ;   I
Iron  Pipes,' wlll  bfe reci Ivi d. by thej '
.   ,,  ..;..;'.- ile.l  'it'' (hi-   Jcl'ifiiKHVi^ ;_9&all,
up to 5, p.m
EFFETfe WINNIPEG.
n  Oui  of  the  W����lfel H   S
Rated With feosWn.
'.UTicni!!^.
Satur-   ever,   is
Lis-inlaih   1   ].-'���  p< ".'iiii.    i'i .c��;;;i 10s-
thi ir 'nt urn,' an 1 -,   <:. lie  having ;   .
chai ge have indlca'ti d  re id
mm k ��� ... ������������ 1     v' " ': '   ":   '   ''1;--"   ' r' E
GH*i Ver-..   1   ngress, how   '""'        '    "    ' !'."    '-: *     !'    ' /
n! ������-.   before   thl     can   ���""   *'?1^  '"   '.��   P0tj^  -^"":'     1
Ci nl   i   i.i.-  _ acxes more or less
SIMON n;:xuY clu.vi-s,
I ..Applicant,
\ ^=
ver.-  B. (.'.
X;.o lowflBti or any tender may
iicepted.
^Applicant,   De   af
IVr, .i.UJJK.t;' ft.\C.��W, ���        M  ; A'.  A.  BLIC,
" ''"�� a1��iV. Am ::���'. vm. ���
"!-?-??*'**'**'*
^f^fiBS"?
Li
Mexican Salt
lverpool Coarse
Salt
Japanese  Salmon Nets
J IAISa&a All Kinds for
I
tKe Season.
nd
.rown
nno
Back BuilJm-
..'..'-   fey
n
'   ���      ^,        ���       m     a.
Phon6.80.7
.1   ;   1   ..���'���
GGS!
Oreeh Gut-Bone to -Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
���iq bn
Xtim
ci.ik
na.
HP*!
ih��
*���*
S��CF
_���_"���*���*
irlifi*
*js3*
n
<r*\   ��� ��_v_
$8�� Central Meet
et
Kri
���   Tl
EJCTO
���*hti]<��'ine th��- 1- i'Mvi- 11 -r -, guards
1-
h
i ar ;".���; d   ih  i ��� ���     "- " '  t
,-^.r?v---r^^-.-,.-^Tr^TT^^-"r?""T7r")?K'a'-k.''<  Cell.    ;���!.���!    ti-ey      ;:,
t;z^_��jl��&i��i*^��r^^ nt     :   ''t   ��������� The   borroi     tif    the
)������. bei . -.-. li i Is stayfh ���- ai ''���
BA   A':" i ���]���::���   f.'-.   ' K ���������:'  u-. I
.. I   i   '        --..     -. er.. rt-1 li ; ���' 9 ttn I
ihe    "(���!.'::;���-"    rVdik    i .-:rri-    Bfl?|   '  ;,-   |
stfok  ch ;.i.   TBitt   i'-e   fieighl   ��e'  c    Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth  Avenue
Wi'llliee    ���    ea  imtfn's'dfl   ������.' a ��� V'e'l i h> ,    '  PHONE  3?0.
O   bill!   it  re-:/:      ':���;������:.:.i.."  piir ef bhni-    ;  "   _^ '	
kels;    cleaninc    6n'e    eair   i.:'   I --..her
ironsers witllbtif   seatft.
That cowboy  lefl   lor Calgarj   _i -
terday in a huff!    "This in  Vinci, ������:/
iins got even Boston | ,. .��� ;, ftjili ."
the last printable remark he made.
ico
\Vhite Star���DominioD
Canadian Service
BOWELL &. ODDY
S.S.
��0Ifc,^6ti cloii't'liurvyvou will mis^ the greatest
^ n3J33HWH?i3Te v;:.; . v i  ��- 0
, money saving opportunity (^verknoV^nin Vancouver.
MPheiisaiidfe dfvwife^buySrg ar^ carrying away; suits
and overcoats every day at prices that are an insult
to the high quality of the goods. We want all of our
Westminster customers to get in on this and share
in the bargains we are offering.^
The Entire Stock Must he Sold Out S
COURIER  ISSUED.
Progressive Journal of Board of Trade
fs  Good   Production.
The third issue of 'The New Westminster Courier, The ofljclal cil-jjan of
: board < f trade made its. appeal -
ce Saturday. This numb -y uialn
tains, (he standard sel in the first two
issues and coniains iiiteresiinic edi
tjprlal'master and timely statistics on
the siale'.rl trjlde and the re.il e.tato
situdrion in the city and dislricl. On
rno ^fi^nt pn*1'' '���' a line illustration
of, Columbian college, one of the premier 'educational inslltutions of th.
Hoyal   City,
We G ;vb ' Careful"Aituntlon'
to a .���counts of corporation's, linns and
i-uiivi'iun)s. and Bhaf] he pleased to
aieef or correspoivd vrnir -those who
ion. i 'aplatc making changes or open
Inr ^i'-v,' accounts.1
If   yoil   haven't   a   Savings   Account.
NOW is th.- best time to start one'
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S61M
i ,    NEW STEAMERS
Mortrejd to Llverpoc!
.  LAURGNTIC���
Triple  screw,   14,900  tor.s.
'1LGANT1C���
Tvj'i'n' 'scrqw,    14.900   toor,.
hucjest   ind    most .modern,
commpdatiop  equ.-il   to-any
Ing  the  Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply tc
E. GO U L ET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
HEW WESTMINSTER
Capital  Paid-Up
Reserve  j ��� ���'���'������ '.'.'.'��� '.'���'
Total  Assets   	
New  Westminster,   B,
F.  RHUTP
5.000.000
.-.-.    5.7O0.000
,./70,000,000
C.   Brunch,
Manager.
.! : '.
Btimates Given. viuu >   ���'���������
J. NEWSOME & SON'S
painters, paper-Mangers and
' decorators.
814 Sixth iiventie. bfetfteaa Sccoml :iv'
?nui; and Third slre<'ts.
NEW  WKSTMINSTI-lll        -.        1' ^--
t\ HAT   BRIMS   CONTINUE
to c;:ow  in
WIDTH
A' Legitimate andrBona. Fide Sale!
. ,.*i.-.jvij,-ij;  .iJi.cn-.vn' jmynimm
; . .
Clue  and   Ch
Cheviots���
. ft -:$-:?,. SHU for . ..
$30 Suit for ...
PjJ.-SuiMcr ...
��21  Suit for ...
.$1R Suit fot ������
f23 Tweeds for
��� ff:0 T^e'cds -for
.18 Tweeds fcr
JjfllB] i:  '-.'���"���
c,<
roes
jnd
"'
:$k.5o'
.$13.75
.:������/.    I!
.$14.75
>.3
B
T35 OvQrccsls for
$30 Ovitrio^tt; fc
'$2~i' Ovf.r-io'i'rs is:-
$20 Overooato for
;   f I'   I .   ��� S   I
', ���"
  ;.eir.4o
...';. ...'.ft''..B0
 tfit.n.
 |^#3
.' *��� ���:.-���
... .{.mm
Bb 111       ...
llM ���?������".
I
��� fn c\
... JL w
A   fevj , Topccat3   left   Ih   r.'l
Sizes..' To ' he .cea; cd   $25.00
��� r-      l    r
��� Cor.t   for   ...'-...
h
fl
La
Clothing
D
:* ..'...'. L w l_i tfj
'
I A Few Frocka���
523. To be cleared   . ..
t
!  A;'fc'-v 0;.f:;3.C.i/',t*-^-
SiO Suit, t4.l^,<!lij. rid
5j.15 SuSts^ti ^oJoiaihrki
B30 Suit; to he c!c?reH
310 Pants for '.
jc, Pants for.'.;.
17.50 Pants'fcr
i -!
���. .$12;
. .$19.75
)    ''I'a
: SlilaB
. .$21.00
,..$7.75
.$8.50
.$4.75
Paris. May I.    Wide ��� and still v   .Tor-
grow the bi Ims Ol hats worn 'by h'el
Ing SillllBeru-.    t, ,,. e  ISaster \\.ty the'
gVl  i'i I   mi:: ..,-!��� ol  taxi and ot'iei   cal".
are   open,   the   totfa   beins'   Pel   .low.i
in  view of the  wurm   weaihrr.   Wore'
it not foi  this, ..he would surely have !
io walk for if would be absolutely im-
possihh.   for   Women   to   eilteV  the' -,V"i.
dt a closi 'i . i Mcle when Vfelfltfi^ i he''
new 'style bat.   ���   ���
' . .ci,,,. i     ..,', ,. ,;.;(���   Kfftj   G is:.'.;"    b,
ancient memory. '.-,--. h'es le'.h --l fed Ik- '
lOli-ie!'..   oi;   th     150 lf( ".-'i's  �� [  I' [slllifl
able  s.n'i ie,   when .qh it    lidi
ii-'i.i    wa'j b ; unci '.ter hat, �� hbfi ;.������.'.'
in   al en to i ;.'..|- some i fiftV^vah
> i   to 7,. -t .-.'. fYr irr ������., ��� * i ���'' jr - ��� ���'' ���' i    ii
:"':,/: i''\SlM^i:-,3\^b
mot e   att'ra 'ive   i. .j,
I'.MWlV::. i   ,11,,   Ul .liin-l
>'e.\l ' KmiiloHs   .alls
THE
There' Is   no
than . on the St.
,',ii5 ii iVhd juth.
Unkets anply to
STEAMER
For 11-, i i\i tiens and
ED. oorijci
C'.PIfi: M
CITV  OF  NEW  WtsTMlf-i'STtR.
i  .
Nptice to Contractors!
Temle'S  ,m e   10 piirel   for   Ihe   I iy-
Iffg   ulid   Vl'utlite-   OT   i O'eeiil   sh|..WMl'.s
on Tenth Avenue, Haml in Street,
London Street, I:"ili111.ui;-li Street, Dublin    Street,-' Sevdinh   "Avomm    and
and there Is a i elite bu- de -idni "riv-1 glfehti Avenue, all Iri ween Tenth iiiui
,'.lv. i'h.ee" on both Bl*es.   Th'e Ua&e TfWolfth *reet��;. also -Tenth- Stt^blW
$1903 Insurance Given Wiih Every Su'tL
As! Alterations Free.
No Goooti Exchanged.
oondltlon holds good when pussii'^.; in
SO 1  rei:   ej   .-,   i;. :���   t-.y   |."i   ro.i'es',   v.iiele
no dim -wiKin ���-, io run t'n:. n'sk of having their new spi Ing -hat jammed "or
crushed by some   other   fashionable
j beadgi ar 6.   h'ugfe  QWiSnBtflh's!
stitiia'tioiis'are truiv r,filnnv:''
I i.   eolloBiq b Mart IIIti aula !
tween Sixth and Tenth Avenues, plans
jean'   lie   r\(*/'L\   ulid    . pe"jflpriihm*   ob-
I tain art from Llui City ��j_ iuue.r. 	
Tho Jowest orany tender not nee-
e'nlwny TOB^itrol Mfl %Sly*ren3wnW
1 .       ; i:,':l   copied to he CQMaU .lUlTiyiUl.^lus^itisa-
TfJ)l; of the Locjul Iii)tu>iV<.jne . t -liylaw. j
Tenders   ta  fee-accomplinlied . by   ii]
,, ,    .,.,    .   ,,.   ,, ,    .   irtarhed   cheque   for   live   per   cenl.   of
aa^l^uflT^g\te 'lMni **i���toi m M��i
'"Tender for Sidewalks," and delivered
jargea with ��� ^ ,,,,, undersigned no* later th
having  beaten   Mrs.    Catherine    Col-  ,,'���;.\<H.\r
lhis;'Xil >V.;ifT4 old; on lhc)iea<l Willi1 a ' '   '
blackjfeck' ftl hoi' liiiiim -.it Nil. WJi v>k*i--
Will leave tlie Dracknian-
Ker Wharf ifpj.- Latir.er,
Westham Island and v.p.y
lioints at'2'(/el..ck, reluming
on the following morning'
.-��� ')  r '..y |.��S I, '
W. RICH
Teaminrr and  Ex-
"O
tret <��������.<-��
prossmg;
ttKWtt
���*�����������<������;
u
BLACKJACK OM   .
'
3M5tH0ftn��.r*.ima# 'i��7���r-.ii
ijalcavemi'e,'NewarkrN.,'l'...f4htl (^'li'in-'
in 11, until u��o j-etirs rf8o a'policeman
In tJW. ftiy, was takoh'l'roi/i fe! tiolK-y
car alt.rr a .(dia'se ,ftnd arrested: The
vvoinati and hdr illau'jibler, 1\1hif, A^nes
Collins, both 'poWUvMy' 'hh��nllfied
O'Donnell nS n tnan they ' Knew ' us1
John Clark,'   UeI i   lfi edl
��� eiark f.-if i��w< .fil Iflicftrthf had been
pay1n_ atlcnlloa to Miss Collins. It
\{-as leainfid that In- Vva'd maJripir smi.I"
"IB wfis: ordored to Vemaih awdy from
tho';Collhis* home. :  ���
���>
'City
no1
on  May 23,  1910.
VV. A. i��1tNC.\n; City Clerk
���flail, April 28! lSb.0?
W OO D
'J.'i'l'l^.F.OURTH  ST.
all ,���>.., ������'���,*
PHONE
R527.
���r*
oCITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
(Applications will be reci
trad.erslgned up to May ic,
i\l by the
'p. in..
at
the posh ion bf Cllt'v Treamtrer.
W.   A.   I.I'XCAX,  City  Cl.uk,
Mall,  April  26, 1910.
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Icity
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IT PAYS YO  ADVERTISE'
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THE        DAILY        NEWS
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Westminster
Transfer Co.
Utnce''Phone IM.      Barn 'Phone U$
Columbia Street.
E*gg��ge   deltvered   prompWr-"^0 <���
,��ny part ot tac, cltyr
and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT. M*foW^mi
thedaW^'MewB)
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mm RAISE RATES
FK 3. -ATIATIC COAST
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Waiting to invest in
New Westminster
; Properties. L^st
your property with
us.
I Thirty  Thouskritl: %lfcs|
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Left For Canada During
Month oi' April.
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New York Neproes Bub^.   >
New    York,   May    1.���To     enl'.nee
their right to admission  t ->. .. e%tri-.-, i
hotels -and- other > pul.iic   place.,   in-'
.roes <\ M��w York have orgaousei] ami
Incorporated a.|oi i.-ty know a* the
^lanhnuBn   Piflfttectl-ftr 'League.    The
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WATiiR NOTICE
, �� ,     ' \������ c.inki Ipromoters of this league say in (ni
arc!  Advancing  Fl^HfcMfcl of Incorporation  that'.'heir b
Tariffs' Throughout. ' <""f  -"'   K"   "' "  ""-'  ma"i"
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2UG9 Granville
Phone\U^W-   Vancouver, B.C.   |
delSien.WorksjYEE KEE & CO.
IGN
SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING
Hd News Black, Sixth Street
Xew Westminster.
Thso. P. Young, Prop.
TAILORS
Salts Cleaned and Pressed.
Wlndsof Hotel Block     ' P. O. Box'644
en
Wanted
^^^^^^^^^^ lOIl,   VUpveaiCiilS   of
ihOUl 111    tiil'.f-S    \p     j    '   i ! ,      e.o.    i.
ii.il    I. ���.,,;    ii.a.i    .    e
��� ee!  .:.-iii .,.,.,,    tip ,     . |     ..,,!,��� ;
aUij-ali   ela.,.- ri.   ,,  ,',   h., .      ��� ��� . |    ,.i   for ,
( ..a.e'.a  ai.il  i i ��� ��� ���   l.a, %(J  .;:, ���.   a tdutitlg
the  juoiita  p(  :-p,.i,,  ,,,.!  ofb��r  thou-
.-��� il;  Li   ai e   Ip   L.lioV..
-������..-.!  pi tfiese i lei;,ran;.-; i.-f i , ui '
Cur \\ '���.-'���- mi i',,!,;aia. i   .   e- b i ime  . ��� I
.e-i. hoi,:!. in ��� .   .,    . .       v;.., Atner.
;c..u  I : il , ,
'''"-������  ������ ���   ���'    ���    '   .  ,    . tide of eiiil-
' "���''��� '������  '            ��� ". I   . ��� 1) .: il.'e than
i^S/i'-ia';'..,      i I,.,   :; e   noi.  V.insisted
"   For Instan      an ong' tlie
i bO/t)    |���i ������ li,-.. : ���     m    I e->    Klii'IO   |S
r.i'.'.ou. v.i.jf-ii nailed/ireeetjtly frdtn
i.i .i-i) ool ie i' tnada, IttOi oB them tunn-
���  ���        HI i     il|  id   i EU by/.'   tvhlph   is
p ,i     ,.- , a ���   ..,.. p.ei..    Of .the
Capa.luu    laeoi.;   r; i t -.- n\    ������; i;    :18 .10
M.-p|.. I .,. . gatil ���.: ii ���' or EC ai-
garj. .a i;,.. i.i-....., i .1, lit' it_. [j i :
Capital of   ,2-iO,OGO.     .      .
Include,! ia tttU party, v.'iik-W rei.ir,
.-.i ;,)|. p -.o'i : ,,r ea! ol    tl 1 UDOi wtis
tho liirft  -haich. of settlors .jfoltts;-but
tiV'ivr    Sin
scheme . for._
farms tor Kriiish iLpnntfcalafitBa ���
;:l \inoiefcH fatofflles sefcrt dlistlnafiJ toi
these homesteads, and their puamJiars
wci-e drawn from various poofes^tprls.
tin Included an eptinejei. n former
iiiu���(.t; er, ri/Jied civil s��Dtaatl army
1 i.-Ur-ioiii-r, bujldei. .((laclnaan, . dairy
i'ai mer and  vi tei Inai y sui georfl ��� '   .
QflS . Ot the pftrtj . :'* hreeil' r of
prize pouitry, has paid i.'< BBei#ht oa
-(.nn; jChi i.i: b ���!...��� h he was taking
put to hfs :, rnaife farm. .\i,.aj,er
nienilii r ���'��� - terh a horse trainer
al Newniarket, hat. tiring of i i:i:.;.
desired la MVi't home fov IM.  ih'ihl.i n.
Many Have' We'clth.
I  Kotict' Is iicrehy _i\en thai an appU-
"ation will be made under Pali  V. of
the "Wal'i- Act, 10i>!)," to obtain a R-
ceiise in the South Westminster Division of New Westminster District. ���
laj    Tbe name, address and occupa*
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_   Jtion  of  the  applicant:   .1.  10.   Murphy,
ject .will  bo "to obtain  iosra!  redrCss  Occupation, dairying and fanning.    ?
Tor negro citizens who aie denied thel5   (h)    The name of the lake, stream
full and equal ouju.viiicnt of-all liAhts  or  source   tif   unnamed,  the  desfirft-
Irmd ^nylloges in  hotels, restanrautti.   tion isr.   Spring on Lot 11, Block J,
^^h^^^^^^^^^^J anl   public  conveyances  ami   kluhdlvision  of  l.ot o
fc  ten. May !.--i-'i d:_ht lai ill's !other ]dac a of public accommodatlon '     fc)    The point of diversion:  At i^e
���   . ....... .     .. /    - .    _-.     ...j.. .��,Tt-H Jori*ii,cr>Tnf,nl   . - spring. .>
-   (d)    The of"'- . .  ter appll
f i" .iin  <.-:,.'..���  let    | sec ind):   0
jeigbth  cuh: ���   foot, ���>
j          ....,    *   (e)(   The c:.a;;:.  I"��� ()' Vee  gopos*
District  of   New  V/estm,ns'.er. t ,. ,   ���� ^.Qi^gg
Take notice that the Put uiveV Lupi- ,-t ','_, ' i:,     ,Vi,,.<)ti. ,  {()J.  ^lch
Ciflnpany, Limited,   a   body   cor-K
Country.
��� . / lo
showing  coiisidcrahlo  tilciea^cs   u.i.
the present iuleti i.oti: \.ioi.an i��� 11.i-
" i.  :���) tiie Atlantflfi si al ti "ill bu
filed   frith .the  iuK r::tatu   T".ei::i;.. ri e
t ' .     ,'U,    n   he; tMe   :'.        I   ���-      Oil
l���r,J >    i
\i taken by .the
and anuiseinciit."
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
I   : , is the hrst
rai:..1    I     .!,��� ,.'   : ;...    ;.
|. Il'e1;;lll. raT^^^^^^^^^
;���.   : :..: t ,..:u. ^ffl   o;.crut;i
- .
I .p'uipOfe gi IV ral- j l)(n
es'tiiioughout tne   porata
i:a\ir;:   iis  !:end  ofTifc  at  the
���water  is
to     be     used:
City of New West minster, intends to
14
. ,.���.^.^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Dwelling,
ffialr: ing and . tock. *>
[>   (k)    This notice was posted on Hi?
HlOtb day of Anril, J01U, ui^tl appllcx
apply for permission to lease the 1'ul       Lli utlJ   ���.  ........ ���  -���
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Rowing described lands:��� .  >J'ion wjp i���. rti-e'.o to tho ...fim:ission
To *>s[i .Historic Villa. ,    Coniliielicirili  at  a  post  r.lnnfc.l on Kn theW day of :.'a; ,'!:'it)-" >
��� , ..    j.    .vj^o^oa,:;   \illa   at,   |i;r,   westeily  slide   of   Pitt   river   at K   (l)    Qfve  (|,e nlmes and addl        S
. ...J be Bjpent m UlM   l,n"'   'ts   Intersection   with   the   W&iftrlyg,�� anv riparlan g^rietors or Heen*
,   , .      .   ,;:l.   Ee  ���iU.aiici   Dayf^.''   i.��   sine of the famuli:.!  Paellie 'Itiilway-t>.s   wh()   or   W;10S,.   lands   are   llke��
;, | ...   [uctlori. With the house, cimpany's   ri-rh*--ef-w:iy.   thine   t ol- ��0 be aftectfii J_J Ahfi proposed workfc
,, .   b  i, kno.wn as-.'.iic  Villa de Ban   [owing the westerly, shove of 'i'itt ^- fclther  ahovte or below   '.the    outlets
.    .   . ,   i,..,.i i i i.i    are   included   r.,-  in  n   niirtbeiisrerlv  direction  seven kx-  '.�� T
jilailiuo,   tiT'ortU'eliaiu,   are   included
I ,    ..,:,!   etUer   lellcs  oi   Me
j , ..    a appeal m made to all
,.:  ,     ed m   the  gerat  Emperor  to
....      the   c.illeetluu.    Of     .Napoleonic
a -  .  .ea /i.^.os:iL .
er in a nbrthensrorty dire .tion
iliiuishn^ ptcht iiimilr.'d f7.!?00) feet,
more or less, to a wiinr.^ p.iM planted on said shore to lpcatg th" most
nnrtherly   corner  of   the   Pitf River
Vi/ATER NOTICE.
I L   ���
Apr
outlefi
.T33RT3  Ai&ffljl8^P,HY;i
Xew Westminster.
i ?,0, ITltr "''*
nrtrtherly   coiner   ot   tne   mt   iiivei   . .������ ���      '-���'....T-c{,
Lumber Company, Limited. boomLn.   Richmond municipality water
to work at once.    30 cents per
Apply immediately.
lassam Paving Co.
Columbia St., City.
New
Wellington
i
ion
iin_   plants  Or  cut   flowers,
���hope KaVieS' Greenhouse, R'jns.      ���*
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front  St..  Foot of  Sixth.
��� iy 'i !���...':. g1��%n thnt.an hjpfVt-
CCtlion  U"l  be  u,..(ii��  bailtr  Pa:t   V. ot
���'.   I     :-.: ia   ' .a- .)sy s   lie- "\','at-- r  .'..������    ,'a.'i.'; to obtain  a  H-
prwvicBiiK ! ready-niiide  dense in the Soiitli Wesuiiii!��t<-r Division of New Westiiihmter DisTiic..
. :i    The name, address and oi-ciipa-
. ie  ap;iUeaut I   J.   IO.   .Murphy,
OCCUpali ill,  dair. lllg  ajul   laliiar^.
.(b.) The nam,., 'ot, ihe Uilce. Wfeam
or .;���;,:,.. t\; imriai.'K."],' the de^.-ri]j-
tUui isi: Spring on Lot 11, Dloclc %
^ubdiyi&iqp of Dot 3ft; /
'O    The ppin.4 of diversion:  At the
spring,
iu) The ituanuty of wpter .a.pi ib-d
for tin cubic feet per second): One*
eighth cubic fooa i'
(ej    The cliaiactor of tho proposed ,
works:   Tank   at   spring,   nine   tepm
tank to !dweflfti��.'n;
tg) The puriosr-s for which the
water is to he used: Dwellings,
dairying and stork.
do This notice w'ns posted on the
'0th day of April, IMu. and application will be made tb the commissioner
ou tho :11st day ol'_\lay. DUO.
(1) Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licens-
sitij', thence at riiiht ancles to. said
shore a distance of ahout three hundred and titty 1(360) feel to thS Skid
iinriherly coiner bf[boonrfffg Sitfej said
point being two hundred C200-. f'-'-t
from low water mark o�� said sluu'e;
thence Kiuthwesterly and two hundred iL'odi .feet from said low wafer
nark sevi-'n tbousfind rlqht hun'.'rcd
and Uifrft (75,880. fc-t. tnnro o\ less,
.'o the southwestfrly corner :of" Salt!
booming slt-c: . thence n/>rtltwesterly
to point of cnminencemoiit-, aud eoi>
(rifning sixty (6!0j ,'icres, more, or less..
THE PITT mviOR LUMBER COM-
rAXY,  LIMiTKD.
T. AV. Gray. Agent.
Diked: at the City of New Westminster,. B. ('.. tiiis. 2Sth 'day of February. A*. D. 1910.
WORKS,
,'T
PiQ.l
,   Tenders for Wood Water
Sealed Tenders, endorsed "Wood
Pipes," will In- rorotved by the under-
sivi.e 1, .at.. ii.e BjJinidpal l!a'l_l.uju
Jslanh.ii> B o.-,u'e>n i^ittirday, Wajl',,
prox., foi- tbo supply, tayiiiynncl joint-
Ing of ahOu't 72 lullcS 'of1 Wile Wound
Wood- sia.\e Pipes ranging ia -eje
from f,.t.p" 12 inches, ".
The plans and/specifications may he
jieeji and huins of Ceiuier.obtained at
the officer,, fefe < n'glnoors, Cleveland
S- Campfpn, 5ti<J-S Winch,, Building,
VafcciiiWer.  I .(:'./'
Th�� Joweat.w. any tender,may ncit
be  HCcopted. .      .   nl
C. L. J3UGHT.
April''.2?,, -}910.' .  ' . ��� .-C.M.J?.
I
J
The
Ac-
c :ss-
���
YOU
NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to  our  eftiov  every   fi-me  you
need A- tos of coaL~a;vy of our
drivers   will   1 ..   glad   to   take
vmir t'id*t-  Tbtiu,-to<h k pws-,
t��l. vjill  bftng  about the sami
result���good   coal   in   y��W   eel
lar at   short notice.    Aiso, our
.pbone   1^  in  ^ood   order,   and
tbeir   .umbers  are   }5- iind  w.
_ ...
' Coal  ptopuretl here  is  r.rhe��-
jack coal, however secuisd.
Tlie whole partv appeared very optimistic cm to the future.- Oil" had
liKirrfod ��� to duulify for -t far. i, it 1 e-
u>K stipulated under tho sclieme that
occupants should be married ran.
The youngest, of the party was twenty.
Hiree and Uie (ihle.st. fifty. iOach family" was pos.se&ed' of capital, ranging j
Lorn Sl.11'.".' to J3.SQ0    I
"i bave just settled with a Lincoln-'
shir�� man wbo has a capital of $S5. j
000,"    said    I'.ethtme   Gray,    of    the
Canadian Paeitk- raiiwav land depart-]
ment, the oilier day. "He will he one
of our  next   party, and I am now  in
correspondence with a man who has a
capital  of  ?1 no.. (Hi  who  will, 1  hope,
take tbo whole of it to Canada."
Of course all there emigrant's are
not so well bxed financially as these,
but with few exceptions they are callable, intelligent, hardworking" people
who will make ideal citizens.
IMMIGRANT   RUSSIANS
$TA_T RJOT   IN  HONOLULU
ee* who or whose lands arc likely
to be affected by the proposed works,
either above or  below    the    outlet:
.1. E. MITRFH.Y,
New Westminster.
April 30, 1010.
! Listen!
:
Double Corner on Columbia St
132 x 132)
Within two minutes of Post Office.      .8,00b' cash bandies tin's,
surely double in value in tbe r.ext year.
Fine Warehouse Site on Royal Ave
Wi!
150 feet frontaga;
terms.
150 feet trackage; an A-l investment,
$G,300i Easy
. '  .A
13 loO
LAJMD REGISTRY ACT
Honolulu. M.iy \.-f..itowlng the ar-L T'V<E ^OTl(Jii> .t
rV.t  ,:���; row RuMiMfl on the charfee R?s been made to reg
inded the J* &n>'.cy Mttiiownerm lee si nple, dti-lJ
....,���  ���.r+i,   d^r a  I as. Sale Deed from 8Ue Heevy  ���
-"��������� ���"""   of  tbe 11
0 MOTICli that nn/applituidou
ister the Corpor-
ip or  District of.
Splendid  View Lot on Agnes St  j
and  C
i
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
Tf Inciting disorder, a mob
tlioir countrymen surrou	
lice station today, and a battle with
the   police   followed.     Tfie   mob   der. j!ju"
manded the release of their leaflets, Jf,0^
land defied tl
pelfw ^uougi
'thflr ��asid.> and  a  stream  was  turneu ,',e      ,  -
OO   the   mob   which   had "    "- !ldl'St' auy
front of the gaol,  with
babies held in front  as sbieias.    ipe -,- a  ....   . .   . .
fire hose failed to break ihe mob en-' >.'"- and &!&* ��v-*-*-;���.  .     ���
tlre.lv. -and   Ule   police     drew     ^teW^^W'l^
liihs ami cluu-gol.    Th        -'-    -** &*> Columbia, more particularly k.nowir:
��
One
of the  best, in the; city.  ?2,500.    Good terms.
BMll'in  v..
release of their leade.s, ! ^,u" '""' T        :~;
ie order to (itsperse.   The   to, p it,.o c,  ��l  Ull*   lowisnip-or 1
;ht the fire department, to j^1 "l 9��fft Uftulu; ,aul��s ,"1 '
'   -    "���  was  turned    .^   l il}' $ 8P***- A i'',.''.V
massed    in   Wt Uif-V �� ^ec'embfU', A,D, Voul,
women  and'ilU  i"^  Bfi\s.uia.i- -Uifit,.. cttam. jnuci
hlelds    The'ori tJ>'a(-'' o�� lilUl^ ^u,i ln'cmi-ie . siqe.;u��i:
,' 'lying and beimj hi the- D,istri,c , ul Nevvf
,k of the Corporation cf the
rip ix-District of SurreyJ.o tlie.1^
Dis- ,
the I
uadil
l^ui, of.!
'1
Don't forget to tell yowi' friends,
Sapperton lots in the city. We tan fit
we   have
the   be6t   ran-pd
a lot to an$. pocket.fSee us.
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AND
nd  '���'"
I!  C.
,...,aa.,.M.*~**~*A******+***����t~*****~*****'
STORE, BANK
AND   OFFICE * *
SHOW CASES
WORKING-DESIGNS     AND     EST.
MATES   SUPPLIED
i
drew     Ih.eir
I'lPWQn^iin- 1'a0'1     scat-
tered. , ���  ..
The Russians were brought here by
the iinmigrad'oti board to work on the
toi. ar plantations] but refused to wot'k
at the wages offered:
land described as: Dot 1 in subdivi-
ision .24 of bLock 1 of section 3D, block
|5 north, range 2 west;  lots S to
r
,ion
...'.-.
XFOJJND   PREHISTTOR'IC   fttllNS.
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NEW WESTMINSTER
J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carline.
PHONE 473      *
A    wurks-Corner  Eleventh  ana t-annm. _^___a_,*����J
m_w
Beef, Tyiuttpn,
  ���
Buried  Village  Dating  Back to    1000
B. C. Uncovered,
Berlin,   May  1.���Important    discoveries bave been made by archaeologists of the Potsdam Museum in excava- ;J2  to  C
tionn near that city.   Tlle ruins   of   a' ���*
prehistoric village, estimated to belong
to  a period dating  back to the year
J.000  B.C., have been  unearthed  In a
field.
The Investigators have found rows:
of stones and fragments of urns sup-1
posed to mark tho site of a prehistoric
burial grounds. By means of these
discoveries and ot Uei-a elsewhere in
the district surrounding Berlin, the
Scientists expect to establish that this
fs the home of the S��mnanes, the earliest forerunners of the German race.
The site of the discovery lies be-
twaeii Putstiuni and' Saarmund, but tiie
exact location is kept a secret in order
that the work may proceed unhindered
Inclnsiye, ot subdivision 113 q�� s^cjio
llG, block y, torlU i-ange- o ^'e-st't Jot
J15 toJEl. inctusivc .block 14 ot souili-
least quartei section 4, township 'J;
lltits fXh atul'^^in. srtb'dtvisi'on'1'3 of:
section ltl, block 5, north range
west;   lots ZZ and 23. in subdivision
  .     LIST WITH, UP, WE CAN   HANDLE'
Ml I	
The Craig Rmlty Co.
Room  8,  ThomsaiB   Bldck.
-auo
'J no
I
We  represent, Hoy^s.'.alfo- tlj��|
Ocean  Accident and Guarantee Carp., Dtd
.yO'ik'1
Property Ing9��g.,j*^1 J,\ and,j tjie
2^ se9tion 11. blocl^mirW nffljj
block 4 of. l.qt ^S.T,\, jiii'OUjP 2; lots
1in'cliii.iv{i/blWkl T4 of soiilb-
ieast quarter section 4, township 9;
lot 5, block 3. of .lot .��7A, grqup 2;
[lot 38, block 2 of lot��387A; grOup 2;
lllots 21, 22, block 3 of southeast quart
ier section 4, township 9i lots Its, 19
'block  2  of southeast  quarter section
township   U;   lot   22,   block   1*>  of
^M ' !     0WACOH 1101 3R3rRAU^A3M|
Out of $2000, or M $2000 oitV bi' $600 A
in 3 or 4 months ?
i
I
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST
Fresh Oysters are on
P. Burns &
-   CrC." Traves. Manager-
l\i HATS IN THEATRES.
Ladies
Must   Remove   Them,
:    trate Decides.
London. Wty If-HMtv Curl
Magis
4,   townsuii)   u,   u.i   .....
.southeast quarter section 4, township
9, map 519",  lot. 33, block 16 of aoutli-
east iiuart.yr section 4 township 1).
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any Intel est in tiie said land by vir
tue of any unregistered iti&t.vument
and all persons claiming any interest
In the said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of tbo "Land Registry Act."
are required to contest tho claim of
the tax purchaser withiu forty-live
days from the day of the first
lien.ion of this noticeupon you
Iin default of a caveat sr -"*'"
of lis pendens belnj
period, or  In
ub-
    and
certificate
filed within such
default   of   redemption
n<��! .JUffe' registration. y��W and each
manafie-j
right ta
nolt, a Bow street
endered judgment  that  the
ment   of  a theatre  has  tbe
eject  Women   patrons  wbo   refuse to
remove their large hats.
The action  had  been  instituted by
Wrs. "m'an'clie"F!ariirey, the* TttTttyw .*,
Who charged Frank Curzon. niijnagfer
of the I'Wiiae of Wal^s Tl^litiei with
lelll'V    1 ����    nuu- :Hr>U">    "" ,   . .���..���,���1
magistrate. tod& ,ou will be forever ^<���f
a tencbnlcjil assault.  |StffHe��
matinee
tended   tu
moils ban
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bat.    W..   -- ,
manner and refused
hat.     Curzon   was
wfeari
p#ard
In/ an
it-
n Or
of
j]parred from setting up any claim to
or in respect of tb��- said land, and 1
shall register The Corporation of tbo
Township .or. IMstriet   of   Surrey   as
owner thereof lit fee.    And 1 hereby
order that publication  of this notice I
for thirty day's fh a dfelli' newspaper'
published  Iii  NeW  Westhllrister  will
be good and 'fedftlciont service ihereof.
t>alod at the'Land Hhgirftry Offlfe/-
New Westminster PtdMnce'tof.'llrUisb
ffl,>4as lrrl��te�� * thcJimiB's | D
     If so'see 'fi wni. iii
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Patterson Co'y
657, Colutnbia St.'
Evenings at   Edmonds���Phone  F  208
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iver Urive
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Fine  View  Lot between';"'"
Eburne carline and cut off
to Vancouver. $?S0,- one-
third cash, bai. 6,12; and 18
to take c��T tft
appealed   tji  &_\
^^pardle��.fM1called Inl
fSWumT* frmove   th<
ed into tlie cbr-]  	
nlned tlrm |'n ' lam", Artgu
o   the   hit    ihe ; 11am .lliiyU. . 'M^V^^^tXi's
wouliVot permit hereto returnto her ; Kells! _t*UU pS��fA* ^W-Bplo.s.
191��-     ; c. n.mxv.���<   ir.
i   f \\     >\        District������lteglstrar.
to -OitVld MUlor,:^'lam.A.��l^il:
M. Sl us 'Mc'liinos, T C, StafR. WW
Ham ,Hay|��. . H��ryT3F9flKa.3gf!1_n
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s'ea'f." TifdlsmTssnTg '"'tTift''���MTS6    flie [George Stone, Itohert U(MMI Mai
lla^JCatojlajAccltM'jpd that. Curzon hjid ' ot (1. Coo'pW,'.tofin  lt6heVfs; Uicbard
'acted, admirably and inthe IMweetjo.  llosklng, llugli T. -Criisyioy, John E,
theatre-goers. Hunter,
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T. PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,  MAY  2,   1910.
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SCREEN DOORS
and WINDOWS
All   Sizes  and   Prices
Call  and  See  Our  Stock
Anderson
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1     COLUMBIA STREET.
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To  Men   Only
Dr. Ernest Hall, of Victoria,
Will Lecture on
" The Social Evil
and Alcohol,"
with Stereoptican Views
In ST. GEORGE'S HALL,
Tuesday, May 3rd,
At 8 p.m.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
More than one are investigating tlie
merits of this school and they find it
truly a business scliool. No need to
look further, as we have the best facilities for giving !ou,'r' students a/
thorough   business  training.
REMEMBER. WE ARE OPEN  FOR
DAY SESSIONS THE ENTIRE YEAR.
A. L. BOUCK,
610    Columbia    St.
Principal.
Simmers' "Toronto Parte'
Lawn Grass
Seed
is the Best. What
is the sense of sowing inferior seed
We protect our customers by destroying all old seed.
Spectacles SO cents up
D. S. Curtis & Co,
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
1
Gold Watches tor Ladies from .12V..
op.
Sliver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case.
17.50  up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing n specialty,
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
MMR'S DRUG STOR
Removed to
DEANE BLOCK
Four doors east of Bank of
Montreal, where the same careful attention will be paid to all
prescriptions and orders a?
heretofore.
COLUMBIA STREET
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
At a meeting of the Odd Fellows'
lodges of the city on Friday night.
Brother M. J. Phillips was presented
with a gold locket in recognition of his
long connection  with the order.
The advance sale of seats for the
Jessie Maclachlan concert will begin
next week. Tickets at Barclay and
Adams. **
It is our business to make gloves,
vests, waists and other garments perfect by our special dry cleaning process. If you desire to be well dressed
for any function, patronize our cleaning department. Royal City Cleaners
and Dyers.    Phone H. UTS. **
The regular weekly meeting of tho
city council will be held this evening.
Tbe operetta "Trial by July" will
he given in St. Barnabas parisli ball
tomorrow night by the St. Barnabas
Dramatic club.
We have $10,000 to loan on improved city property In amounts to
suit a few good propositions. W. .1.
Kerr, Ltd. **
See Fales for Bed Lounges. Guaranteed goods at prices cheaper than
the cheapest. **
J. Loftus Mclnnes has resumed his
duties as jailer of the city lockup after an absence of one month. He has
been off duty on account of his health
but is now as fit as ever.
See the pictures of tlie two May
Queens in the current issue of The
Xew Westminster Courier. **
The court of revision for tbe voters'
lists of the city of Xew Westminster
and the municipalities of Dewdney
and Delta will be held today in the
courthouse.
Automobile for sale cheap. Five-
passenger thirty-horsepower Russel,,
$500.    W. J. Kerr. **
The popularity of the midday lunch
at the Royal Cafe grows every day.
It is served from twelve to two, with
quick service. **
In future the reserve seat sale of
tickets for the opera bouse will he
at Tidy's florist store, 737 Columbia
street.
Th. re's  quality   in   "Solo   Special"
COLTS COULD NUT IM AND
CAR MEN CDULU NOT WIN
WINE VAULT TO BE
FRANZ JOSEF'S TOMB
1.���Though   hale  and
Momentous  Question of  Soccer  Superiority Still  in  Doubt After Extra
Play on Saturday.
J. A. Russell, of Vancouver, on behalf of his client, S. li. Ford, who j.s
ai present in the county jail on a
charge of wonuding with Intent to j
do bodily harm, made application to
Justice Clement on Saturday to allow
the prisoner out on hail. The judge '
reserved his decision. This is the
third time Ford has applied for bail.
Anything in  our line 10 to 20 per
cent,  saved  for   vou.    Fales.        **
I
For ice ring up Phone number 151
and the man will call. **
The receipts at the land registry
ofiice are expected to total over .ti.L'uO
for April, although the returns have
not been fully made up yet.
A payment of $25 procures a lot ln
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
& Kennedy. Ltd. These lots are in
great demand. **
Spring is here���bow about those
plants for the gar.'I'll? 'Tidy, tlie
Florist, can suit you to a T i:i anything in that line. **
An unknown man was run into by
an interurban car at the B. C. 10. H.
station here on Saturday afternoon. lie
: was knocked down and hurt about
', the head but was not seriously injured, being able to get up and walk
away.
Remember the Pythian Sisters'
; Wonder sale of work today at three
] o'clock and the Wonder social tonight
j at  eight  o'clock. **
The   Xew   Westminster   Courier   is
! now on sale at all the bookstores or
at   the   office   of   The   Westminster
Press, 7-11 Sixth street.
i -
T. J. Trapp left on Saturday on a
business trip to the east.
The death occurred on Saturday at
her nome on Queen's avenue of Mrs.
Mary Catherine Winifred Kushton,
wife of Ernest Rushton. Miss Kushton
was twenty-six years old and was a
daughter of W. F. Brencbley. of New
Westminster. The funeral will take
place this afternoon at two thirty
o'clock from the residence.
To   Furnish   an  Office,
Fales.
see
W.   E.
**
The football event of the season,
and one tbat removes all doubt as
to the Canadian brand of soccer being equal to or hotter than the old
country variety of tlie same vegetable,
happened on Saturday, when Col.li-
cutt's Colts made two goals, while
their opponents, the B. C. 10. R. car
shop men, scored two goals. Prom
this it will be seen that the game
came out a tie, and although twenty
niintes extra time was played it still
remained a tie. About then Referee
Mahoney got hungry, a condition
wliich was considerably aggravated hy
fright, and ho called off the game
and went home to remove three layers of accident insurance with which
he had had the foresight lo cover himself.
According to Mat Fraser ithe names
of the other two spectators are not
obtainable) the game was line, although some of the players had been
left too long in thc sun and were overripe. He said that Grant played like
a dead halibut in a gravel pit, hut
no doubt he was exaggerating.
Spring scored both goals for the
Shop Lifters and Coldicutt and Knight;
divided the honors for the Trusties.
About three minutes before time Coldicutt had a good chance to score on
a penalty, hut he did net make the
grade and his opportunity to fieu'e
in the hall of fame fled. Sawyers ln
goal migut nave neeu netiei, nut in-
stopped one or two that were will
outside the goal  posts.
Coutts, for the Shop Lifters, played
well, and Kweu, a dark Colt, showed
up well.
The following are the men who took
part in the crime:
Colts Goal Shop Lifters
Sawyers       Coutts
Backs
Bruce     KIrkham
Woods   Longboat
Halves
lOwen       Collier
Marshall     llurne
Buck Marshall     Grady
Foi wards
Coldicutt    McKay
Hayes       Spring
Reid     Collier
Knight     Turnbull
Grant      Shawcros i
Vienna, May
hearty, and keenly enjoying the prospect of celebrating his eightieth birthday next August, Emperor Fran/.
Josef lately has made arrangements
for bis own burial. Beneath the Capuchin church in this city is an historic vault, containing the remains
of all members of the royal family I'm I
two centuries. But il was crowded, so
the emperor decided to make more
room before he had to join the departed.
Next door to the vault was lhe wine j
cellar of the Capuchin monastery
part of that big chamber has been
purchased by the aged monarch, and
out of it two mangnlflcenl vaults have
heen   constructed.
Stopping  in  his  argument   toi
minute.     There   war.   a  fixed   k
his face,     llis arm. that  he u
in   a  gesture,    remained
Thinking   be   was   sufferln
sudden attack of illness, tho:
������ '" the I
courtroom stirred uneasily .
al court attendants made thi
the lawyer to give him assii
Then slowly, as If iii a dre
Cartel- reached Into an Inside
and drew forth tin ee letters, ,
be gazed ruefully! Then he .-���
following brief explanation, v\,
vulsed the courtroom:
"My   wile  gave   me  the
post   I hreo days aro and  i  fo
A   until this very minute."
Starts on Long T Ip,
Edmonton,   Mav   i.���V
,���   ,,   ... ..     Their   walls   are ' J ackson, of the Meteoroh
lined   with   pure   white   marble,     On.-Ms  here,  and   will   start ;. .
vault will be reserved for Fran/. Josef I long  journey  north   to the  mo      .
nnd   his   Immediate  relatives.      The j the Mackenzie river to Inspi
larger chamber will serve as the rest-  eorologlcal stations along
in;
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Ed
place for more distant  kin.
ABSENT   MINDED   LAWYER
CONVULSES   COURT   ROOM
The  farthest   north   official   i
ai Athabasca Landing, 100 ml ���
of Edmonton, bul  voluntarj  i
linns are taken by the mOUllti
Trenton.  X..1., May  1.���During    the and others at posts far Into tin
trial of a $300,000 damage suii In the The farthest north of these
state court   here yesterday  there  was busts   is   on   Herschell   Island
a   sudden   Interruption,    caused    by Arctic  ocean   where  raounte
former.     Attorney-General   McCarter have taken observations for
The Kdison Phonograph recoids for
May will he on sale today at J. 11.
Todd's music house. **
George McMurphy, formerly pound-
ki i i pr, ts leaving in a few davs for
Prince Rupert, where he will engags
In   business.
Mrs. John A. Lee will not receive
again until October.
Gentlemen:���Have you seen Sinclair's selection of $5.00 tan and black
Oxfords? For value and style they
defy competition. **
The new B. C. E. R. track on Columbia street will be used for tho
flrst time today, from the depot to
its western limits, by the interurban
cars. Commencing today freight cars
will unload at the new freight sheds
on  Twelfth street.
Jessie Maclachlan, the world renowned Scottish singer, assisted by
Barnaby Nelson, tenor; Craighall
Sherry, entertainer, and R. Buchanan,
at the opera house May 25. **
Part of the Hassam paving on Columbia street near T. J. Trapp's store
will have to be torn up to locate a
leak in a water pipe,
South Westminster property is
handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy,
Ltd. Call in and see them, and they
will put before you some good things.
The local agency of the Oliver Type-
j writer Co., is at 746, Columbia street.
] three doors from tlie B. C. 10. R. car
i station. It, cost you nothing to try
j this machine and only a small cash
I payment   to  get one, when  satisfied
with your test, save IT cents a day.
that  pays the  balance. **
The restaurant and hotel proprietors
advanced tlie price of meals yesterday.
Tho   Pythian   Sisters   are   giving   a
Wonder social tonight in the K. of P.
I hall.   This afternoon they hold a wonder sale of work.   Attend. **
For Geraniums, Dahlias an.l all
kinds of Spring Bedding Plants phone
Davis' Greenhouse,  R 208. **
Fernie Assessment Grows.
Fernie. May 1.���As an evidence of
the growth of the city, it may be
mentioned that the assessment roll
is $157,000 more this year than last.
Six Important money by-laws are to
be voted upon May 5 looking to the
expenditure of $113,000 for municipal
Improvements.
Bohemian Cafe
Depot Hotel. ��� Opp. C. P. R. Station.
Baseball.     Lacrosse,
Shoes at Sinclair's.
and     Tennis
A B. C. 10. R. spur is being built to
the Western Canada Box Hoard and
Paper company's  plant at  Sapperton.
See Robbie Patclien in The Courier.*
An  additional G.  X.  W.   telegraph
cable is to he laid across the river
this week, the amount of business
handled over this line between Vancouver, New Westminster and the
s. nth having made this provision necessary. General Superintendent It. L.
Held, Assistant. Superintendent .1. ll.
Jeff an.l General Foreman Wright
were looking over the ground for a
suitable crossing  un  Saturday,
The local agency of The Vancouver province, which has been held by
A, W. McLeod for several years pasi,
changes hands today, when the Westminster interests, of that publication
will be taken over by ('. 11. Suther-
land, formerly ol the Columbian re>
editorial stall Mr. McLeod will in
future devote ail his lime to his Insurance business.
35c-Merchants'Lunch-35c
From 11:30 to 2:30
MONDAY,   MAY   2,   1910.
SOUP
I   Celery  with   Hurley  and  Consomme
FISH
Filed  Ooliclians,  Mail re d'
lolel
I'l
I.   I
ace your
lerr,  Ltd
Fire Insurance  witli
W.
**
ENTREES
Club Louse Sausage wilh Macaroni
.New   Englan.l   Dinner
Lamb Pot Pie, Family Style
ROASTS
Sirloin of Beef, Hrown Gravy
Leg of .Mutton, with Cm rant Jelly
Ox    Heart and Sage Dressing
VEGETABLES
Steamed and  Mashed Potatoes
Stewed Cairots Baked Beans
DESSERT
Apple,   Raisin  and   Rhubarb   Pie
Cabinet Pudding, Wine Sauce
Coffee
Dinner from 5 to 8
Milk
Ladles:���Are    you    aware    Sinclair  Tea
can show you  the largest assort.ment |
i I  pumps and Oxfords to be seen In j
the city? **     | 	
,   ,             ,         ,    ! If you   want   something   dainty   and
At the showing of the movIng p.c-��� ;tizing  or  are  in a  hurry  phone
tures ol  the  Ne son-Wolgast  fight  on Ug and order will be ready when
Thursday    evening    at    the    Opera arrive   at   The   Bohemian   Cafe.
house no one  will  be admitted  after ..acu
the flrsl   projection  is  thrown  on  tha J'   P'   CASH-   Proprietor.
screen   until   the  doors  open   for the
second presentation at nine o'clock.
Try   "Solo   Special'  cigar,
filled.
Havana
Langley bargain���H10 acres cut,
right In two by the B. C. Electric;
the soil all beautiful chocolate loam.
$12." per acrew. W. J. Kerr, till ''o-
h::nbia street. **
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
n^5S^3^^SlS^:S5EI^|
For a Few Davs Only
SPECIAL SNAPS IN
lulu Island Acreage   j
and Waterfrontagej
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Also some Choice Buys in Surrey.
Comet Visible.
Paris, May l.���The Astronomical society announces that Halley's comet
is now visible in Paris between 3:15
and 3:50 a. in. It is formi d like
a clouded  star.
B   SLv; B
LIMITED.
Wiu^^s^nzw^^^^r^ sss
'a ���'Vr?^>*-������%?.-
m
CHILDREN'S WEEK
AT THIS STORE
���May Day This Week---
Not a child in town bul knows thai May Day is to be celebrated, In
this store we have planned for ibis week hy providing special values in
Children's Clothing. Larger assortments, belter values than ever are here
In Ready-to-Wear Hats and Bonnets, Dresses, Suits, Aprons, Blouses, Ties,
Belts, Gloves, Hosiery, Parasols, etc.    Watch our advertisement.
White and Colored Dresses and Aprons
50c Each
An unusually largo assortment of Girls' Dresses and Aprons, sizes 5 to
10 years, In White Lawn. Colored Batiste, plain and fancy; Prints and
Ginghams; well ma !e and nicely trimmed with Ins itions, Laces and Frills.
Our special sale this week, 60c each,
Small Girls Dress Aprons 25c Each
White Aprons for the small girls: material Is Lawn, made up witli yoke
trimmed with Insertion and Lace; flounce at bottom, A price such as this
la   less   than  cost   of   material.     Special  this week,  35c each.
Belter Dresses in Immense Variety
The two foregoing lines are but an Indication of a few of the special
values offered at very low pi ices. 'l'he better dresses and aprons show
better quality, nicer styles, newer colorings, and this week's showing embraces all grades in While and Colored Aprons, Drosses, Suits, Blouses,
etc., ranging in price from 7,r>e to (6.60 each.
PHONE 475.

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