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 White Rock
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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WE -,, NUMBER U9.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1910.
EIGHT PAGES.
PRICE  FIVE  CENTS.
from  the  lirst held  out
,is recovery.
1IH RELEASES
OR. GOLDWIN SMITH
ilosopher of The Grange
.asses Away After Long
Illness-Brilliant Career.
0 ,,mu. 7.���Professor Goldwin
l\. died at three o'clock this after-
\ tew  months ago he broke
,.el    ,m owln.   to his great age^
lora
topi
ildwln Smith was horn al   Read*
England,   August   13,   1828,   and
feted at   Eton   and   Oxford,     lie
I'l In 1842, ihe Hertford Scholar.
and  In   L845   Hie   soholarship
L.'j ],,   Dean  Ireland.    In the lat-
Lar \t,  graduated B. A. as first-
ln classics,   and   subsequently
|roceeded  to  the  degre  Of   M. A.
JM; ^ was elected  a  Fellow   ol
Te|' .,      lege, and  In the same
.,. waa called to the bar at Lin-
LiDn,bu1 he never practiced law.
-, he w"s  appointed  by   the
lish government   assistant secre-
of tlie royal commission on the
of tlie University of Oxford. He
���also secretary to the second Ox-i
I commission, und was a member
,. popul ii  Education commission,'
Dinted In 1858.   The same year he
appointed to the Regius Profes-]
Ililp of Modern  History at  Oxford,
The held that ehuir until 1866.
j-ofessor   Goldwin    Smith    was   a
tlnent champion of the north dur-
jthe American Civil War. when he
|:.   Does the Bible Sancth)ii Amer-
Slavery'" 1863;  "On the Moral-
of  the   Emancipation   Proclama
1863, and other pamphlets on
same  subject.
18( t he visited the United States
j: ��� .iin. tour. He me! with an
luslastlc reception, and Brown unl-
Bltj conferred uimn him the hon-
degree of LL. D. On his re-
ji. to England he published "Eng-
li and America," 1866, and "The
|li War in America," 1866,
1868, having resigned bis chair
[Oxford,  he settled  In the United
Ites  as  professor  of   English   and
Btltutlonal History In Cornell unl-
t.ity.    This post  he occupied  until
fli.   when  he  removed  to  Canada,
he wns for ii time a member
the  Benate  of   [tie   University  of
ii ato.    He was editor of the Can-
ly   Monthly,  1873-T4, and  be  nib-
hently founded The Week and The
���lander.    The  publication   of   the
lei   was  discontinued   in   1890.     In
Hon    to    the    works    mentioned
I e was the author of numerous
and was also a frequent con-
\        to the press of England, Can-:
e l'nited States,
ttei pan of Professor Smith's
.-pent   in   liis  home   in   To-
-. lied   "The   Grange."     Here
ii l his days in literary  work.
an occasional trip to Bome
'i  another to lectUI e or to take I
ime public movement     He
��� life on an  tingllsh countryl
a in,   transplanted   to   Canada,
.:���   the   traditions  and  cus-
class.
opinion   of   many   eminent
Goldwin Smith wns the great-l
of  EngllBh  since  Newman
It '���  -. his   pen.     He   was   one  of
��� contributors  to The  Satur-|
" .  an 1   in   Ills  earlier  years
��� I  wilh  sir  Henry   Mayne,
P' n Harcourt, and a  brilliant
I :    Kni llshman of  his  day,  Lord i
I1 Cecil,   who   was   destined   to,
">"> a British premier,
II ' itions of ProfeBBor Gold-
i h Include the following: "Ra��
pal li- I   ion  and  Rationalistic Ob-
���'' ihe   political   Destiny   of
1,1 ectures on the study of
I1 Canada  and  the  Canadian
I' Loyalty,   Aristocracy   and
I1 Political  History  of the
F ' 81 ih -."  "OxtOrd  and   Her Col-
William    Lloyd    Garrison,"
1   '    ���   ie Riddle of Existence,"
,"""""v"'i th or Empire." "In the
" ii Btory, rhe Fmin Ier of
"Lines of Religious In-
CANADA'S EXHIBIT IS
THE BEST IN BRUSSELS
Canadian Minister of Agriculture is Complimented
on Dominion's Showing.
Brussels, June 7.���Hon. Sidney
Fisher, Canadian minister of agriculture, has heen in Brussels since Friday last. When he visited the international exhibition at Brussels and
saw the Canadian pavilion he expressed himself as being delighted
With  Canada's   splendid  participation,
He was highly complimented by the
Belgian government and by the directors of the Brussels exhibition on the
perfection of the Canadian exhibit,
wliich is the best on the grounds,
according to the opinion of all visitors.
KING GEORGE A B. C. MINER.
Monarch Has Claimt in the Revelstoke
Mining Division.
Revelstoke, June 7.���A large number
of Free Miners' licenses were lenew-
ed at the end of May this year, according to the statement from the
local court house officials. It is not
generally knowu that Ills Majesty-
King George V., holds by full right a
Free Miners' certificate in the Revelstoke mining division. The renewal
of the lincese was made on May 31,
to King George V.. who in payment of
$5 In the right of the Dominion of
Canada, is entitled to all rights
and privileges of a Free Miner,
the certificate signed hy W. E. M"-
I.K-l'in being numbering 13440 B.
The manner in which King George
botes the license is interesting. In
1 ���'���''. C. Deutschman and A. Johnson
discovered the famous "Deutschman
Caves." in the Selklrks east of here
Bl .1 realizing the great value of their
Hind al once proceeded to acquire a
title to the land wherein tlie caves
were located. This apparently could
only be done by taking the land up as
mineral claims, which they did and
staked off the three calms named respectively "Skookuui." "Drum Lum-
mon," and "Buckhom Faction," all
situated near Cougar Creek near Ross
Peak.     Alter these  marvellous caves
had   i n   explored,   the   discoverers
transferred their rights to the nonunion government, who took over the
mineral claims in the name of the then
ici.i.-.o   notiarch, King i'dwaid Vfti
The holder of a min-.-ral claim in
B. C. must hold a miners' certificate
iind consequently the license has heen
issued from the local office to the
English King, who pays the fee, On
the death of King Edward, the license was made out in the name nf
King George V. and the usual receipt
for the license has been made out and
forwarded to the Dominion govern-
mentment by W. l. Briggs. agon, ior
the Department of Justice In Canada,
to be forwarded to His Majesty King
Qeorge V.
IMS!! COM
ITALY SUffERS
ARRANGEMENTS MADE
BAD EARTHQUAKE FOR W.C.T.U. MEETINGS
Site Locators Spend Whole Day Autoing Through Surrey
Delta and Langley���See Lumbering Industry
At Its Best At Fraser Mills
From nine o'clock In the morning
until eleven at night yesterday, the
University commission had impressed
upon lt the advantages of Xew Westminster and the whole surrounding
district. To what extent the members of the commission were impressed remains to be seen, but from the
Reports Differ as to Extent
of Damage���Many Supposed to be Killed.
Rome,    June    7.���Earthquakes    of
Along this road one of the automo-  grcat violence occurred in  the provides suffered a puncture and  Mayor  tnce  of Aveillno  this  morning.    The
Lee. with several members of the com-   town  of  C;ilitri   waB   h.llf   destroyed.
Annual Convention to Be*
Held Here on June 21, 22���
and 23-Many Delegates.
mission,   were   left   far   in   the rear.
Past Cloverdale without stopping and
across   tlie   tree-dotted   meadows  o;!   lrai Campania.
Thirty  persons   have   been   killed in
various villages.    Avellina is in Cen-
Bai icy, the party made its way to-
wai us Langley, which it reached
about half past live. Some of the party-
were   late   in   arriving   as   they   had
evident  satisfaction depicted on their raftered from several minor accidents
tacts   as   they   were   driven   through! to the auto.
the fertile district on the other side j    The    residents    of    Fort    Langley
of the river, there can be no doubt spared no effort to make the stay of
that this part of British Columbia jtlu-ir distinguished visitors a pleasant
will receive ample consideration be-;0ne. The visitors were met by a dele-
fore the final selection of the site isjgation consisting of \V. Rawilnson,
made. I president of  the  board of trade;   C.
During tbe day only one specific site j Hope, W. J. Mcintosh, George Taylor,
for the  university  was examined by i D. M. Coulter, \V. J. Berry, G. E. Sel-
The majority of the deaths occurred
at the villages of Valata. Other villages shaken were Reggio, Capua.
Catanzaro and Paola. The wires are
down and details of the disaster arc
meagre.
Aveillno,    Compartment    of    Cam-
tbe commission, and that was the
site of the old fort at Fort Langley.
The rest of the day was spent in a
general sight-seeing tour over the
whole of the country lying directly
south of the city.
The party, consisting of Dean Weldon, of Dalhousie university. President Murray, of the University of
Saskatchewan; Canon Dauth, of Laval university; Professor O. D. Skel-Jtulle
ton.    of    Queen's   university;   Mayor |
pallia, Italy, June 7.���The province of
Avellino bore tbe brunt of a severe
earthquake that was first felt throughout Southern Italy shortly before
dawn today. Many fatalities occurred
and much damage was done to property, hut up to noon it was impossible
lers and some others.   As soon as the| to determine the extent of the dam-
Lee, of New Westminster;  Dr. Jones.      After   the
members of the party had all arrived   age
they sat down to a dainty lunch under i     rn  this  citv   ]ittle harm  was  done |
the  trees  in  the  city  hall   grounds.' and the on]v death reported was that
giose   responsible   for   this   part   of   of an old  man    who  dled  ot  frigM ,
the    entertainment , which    brought  The population, however, was terror-'
tprth the warmest expression of ap-  stricken.
precaution   from   the   commissioners, I    Reports from the villages through-
jrere Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Coulter, Mrs.  out the province are much more grave.!
Mi-    Kent,   Miss   Sellers   and   Mrs. I Twenty  persons  are  reported  killed,
at Calitri, which is said to have been'
Visit Old Fort Langley. I badiy damaged.    The situation there
an   adjournment   is  distressing.
Sulphur   Springs  Released.
Ten persons  are said  to have met
death at  San  Sossin,  where tbe sul-
j ot Vancouver; Superintendent of Edu-1 was made to the site of Hudson's Buy-
cation Robinson, of Victoria; Rev. J. I fort, which the Langley people are
S.   Henderson,  Rev.  Dr.  T.   Wardlaw I tentatively holding up as a university
Taylor,   J.   D.   Taylor,   M.  P.;   F.   J,; site.    The spot was the most htstor-  phur waters  with  which the district
MacKenzie.   M.   L.   A.;   L.   B.  Lusby,', ically   interesting   that   the   commis-', is   rich   were   released     from     their
i president   of   the   New   Westminster j sioners have yet been shown during  bounds by the disturbance and flooded
board   of   trade;   Du.   Sipprell,  D.   S. i their trip here and tney displayed eon-  the vicinity.    From the flood noxious
! Curtis. Dr.  Holmes. J. W. Crelghton, niiderable  interest in  the  brief   his- gases arose.
C.  II. Stuart Wade, secretary of the, tory  of the  place  which  the  willing      At Chianche a houge fell, killing an
board of trade, and Mi*. Weldon. Mrs. | guides had time to give them.      No'aged man.
Creighton   and   Mrs.   Curtis,   left  the, addresses were read but the commis-j    One person  was
'Russell h:>:el at nine o'clock. j sioners were favoied with an informal .injured at Castelliai
Visit  to  Big   Mill. talk on the suitability of the place as]    Clabritto      was      \il\
There were six automobiles to trans*]a site.   Addresses were prepared set-; Squads of workmen an
of soldiers were despatched from this
place to assist the suffering villagers.
It was at the darkest hour of the
morning    when   the   shock   was   felt
port the i��art-y, which was first taken,[ting forth more fully the advantages
out to the  Fiaser River  mills.    The jof the district, but tlie commissioners
mills   proved   so   fascinating   to   the J did not have  time to  wait  and  the
members of the commission that they j depositions  were  given  to  the  com-!
could hardly be persuaded to depart j missioners for their leisurely consid-' here.   The sleeping town was aroused
and in fact it was an hour past sehed-, eration.
Ibv the shaking of walls, the rattling
From   Langley  the   party   came   to  0f furniture, and the falling of plaster.
New   Westminster   in   almost   record;    jn a moment panic had seized the',
r   e; in fact, if it had not been that 120,00.0 inhabitants, who live in  daily,
"re   were   two   members   of  purlia-' fear of a seismic disturbance.    Half-
FORMAL   CHARGES   LAID
AGAINST SENATOR LORIMER
Washington, 1>. C. Juno 7.���Formal
charges against Senator William Lorimer, of Illinois, were laid before the
senate this afternoon by bis colleague,
Senator Cullom.    The  proceeding  was
the  presentation  ol  a  memorial  by
Clifford It. Haines, of Chicago, president of the Illinois Legislature Promoters' league, entering charges of
bribery of members of the Illinois legislature.
ule time when they crossed the New
Wi st minster biidge.
The weather was threatening when
the party left N'ew Westminster, but
about noon it cleared up almost com-  ment and several ministers on board  naked men, women and children fled
pletejy  and along the  River road to   it is hard to say what might lmve hap-! froin  their   homes  screaming  in  ter-;
Ladner some fine views of the city and   pened. <��� ior.   They had in their minds visions!
Of the country were obtained.    There I Speeches  at  The   Russell. j 0f Messina and the horrors of Reggio.';
was no stop made until the party | At the Russell a delegation of the Recently there was noised about a]
rpached Ladner, about three o'clock distinguished citizens of tlie town prediction that the approach of Hal-i
In the afternoon. j was  waiting  '.o receive  the  commis- ley's comet portended "the end of the
Reception   at   Ladner. i sions.   and   cfter   a   light   lunch   was  world.
At Ladner the commission was re-  served an informal gathering was held j Pray in Streets,
ceived   by   Ree\e   J.   H.   Hutchinson,  in the dining room ot the hotel. j   The authorities kept their heads, but
Mayor Lee occupied the chair, and
without any preamble introduced T..I.
Trapp   as   the   lirst   speaker   of
evening.
Tlie chairman of the scliool board ; not he reasoned With.
ad no definite claims ready to set spoke for the scliool board and his In the squares hundreds threw
before the commission, but in an in- address was mainly about school af- themselves on their faces and Im-
formal way they talked the matter' fairs. He stated that in New West-! plored the mercy of the Almightq.
over with the commissioners. Lunch j minster were the best public schools if hen the religious fervor found ex-
was served in the Helta bond anl as in British Columbia. Coming more I presslon in a half organized party to
the schedule bad been arranged and j directly .j i.ke university site ques- the shrine of St. Andrew, the protec-
the party was already late not much! tion.  he asked tlie commissioners to  tor of the  town.    Others climbed  to
seriously  consider   some   site   which | the sanctuary on Monte Vergine. After
would be between New Westminster
and Vancouver, thus giving the greatest  good  to  tlie  greatest   number.
Rev. E. It. Bartlei . S. W. Fisher, sec
retary of  the board  of  trade;   W.  J.
Leaning,  president  of  the board of
trade, and Dr, King.
Tbe reception committee at Ladner
. they could not stay the mad rush for
the squares and open districts outside
tbe  the city.    The  wildest confusion pre-
i vailed and the frightened ones could
\  Memory of Gladstone.
SATISFIED
WITH RAILWAY SETTLEMENT
*rraiflcrvent Made by Taft and Wick-
ersham Will  Have  Rar  Reaching
Effects.
Lipton's Businers Is Less.
London. June 7.���Lipton's, Limited,
shows a profit of BlGl.800 for the
year, against ��162,700 last year, The
dividend on ordinary shales Is six
per cent., against eight per cent last
year.
Commander of "Iron Brigade" Dying.
Pond DU Lac Wis., June 7.���General Bragg, the famous commander ot
the "Iron Brigade," is said by his
physicians to be dying, the end being expected momentarily. He celebrated bis eighty-fourth birthday tn
February,
time was spent there after lunch.
Two automobiles had to be repaired;
one had a broken spring and another
had suffered a puncture.
Impressed  With  Country.
Stiirting   from   Ladner   the   educational party made quick time to West-
several hours of frantic entreaty the
| authorities suceeded In re-establishing a semblance of calm and relief
Dr. Sipprell. tor Columbian college, squads were organized,
and Dr. Taylor, for Westminster Hall,] As is usually the case the inhab-
gave brief histories of these institu- itants refused to re-enter their homes,
ham island, where tha new bridge; tions and asked the commissioners toi fearing than another 'quake would
over Canoe pass came In for some | take into consideration the fact that occur. Throughout the day the police
favorable comments. The island was, these institutions had heen estab-jwere busy bringing back scattered
crossed and without stopping tlie com-. lished and wished to be affiliated with ' members of families and reassuring
missioners    were    taken    hack    and I the new university. the frightened.    Word from the king
driven through the rose-bordered fields Captain MacAulay, of Coquitlam, re-1 and queen that they were en route
of Helta. This was porjrtbly the most; gretted that the unfavorable weather here on a special train served to
delightful portion of the trip. The : had prevented the municipality from afford new courage to tbo people and
weather was ideal, the roads good iind   showing off the district in the way he   had a good effect in restoring order.
would have wished, but he handed In i Aid  Sent  From  Rome,
written arguments in favor of the Co-1    As soon as the news of the dlsas'er
qultlam site. I was  received   here   Premier  Luzzat'i
the
,..\f'iiu;t<,n, H. c��� June 7.���George
tan I1   n8, of the'flrm of J. P. Mor-
,(''' f  Co., who Wa8 in  Washington
������;''   save out the following state-
'���� regarding the railroad situation:
,ri   "' railroad question affects man-
and   owners   of   railroads,   the
'n,ll,'iii, shippers, Investors nnd
public, The arrangement which
wi', "'" Ti'r' and attorney General
al, t,;rsl""h lmve negotiated gives to
I,, . ,  so 'htorestS what we linve never
lv ""'i'" hud in this country, name-
When ,''l"i'"J' fair plan of procedure,
be ' ". becomes effective, which will
lo-ui, ,' V(M-V ������***-���' future, the rail1
the ll 1,'1"',H' public, investors and
t|mi*l,;ernmenl will no longer he con-
 i','   IU variance with each other
tsi-a,-,.,,' ,   oftectlvenesa of this can
���y ne over-estimated.
MUNICIPAL ABATTOIRS
FOR CANADA SUGGESTED
Dominion    Veterinary    Surgeon    Has
Scheme to Ensure Supply of Clean
and   Healthy Meat.
(Ottawa, June 7.���Dr. Rutherford),
Dominion veterinary surgeon, urges
the establishment of municipal abbat-
tolrs throughout Canada, The federal government, he Bays, should guarantee the healthfulness ol meat exported from ono province to another,
or to foreign countries, hut mimic -
palltles should protect public health
by properly Inspecting all meat
Slaughtered for local markets.
During the past twelve months no
less than B.308 carcasses condemned
were   afflicted   with   various diseases.
including ahcess, tapeworms, dropsy,
tumors, erysipelas,  lumpy Jaw, pneumonia and skin disease.
lhe low level farms were looking
at their best. Some of the line farm
houses In the district were greatly
admired by the commissioners, some
or them declaring thai tbey had never
seen such a prosperous looking fanning community.
Principal   11.  M.  Stamberg,  of  the!ordered a concentration of troops in
High school, read an interesting ad- the zone where the (-bocks were felt,
dress, not dealing so much with the The premier took personal direction
past achievements and future unibi- of the work of rescue. He also sent
On 'his section of the trip one of'tlons of his scliool as with the unl- the general inspector of health and
the most pleasant incidents of tbe j verslty site looked at solely from the a score of medical men with ambu-
day took place. The leader of the , point of view of utility to the whole lances to the scene.
party did not think it proper to so province. Tlie fact that the lower | The prefect of Avellino bus sent
through Delta without calling on John   mainland was the centre of population  urgent   messages  to  the   government
*   for the  province  was  tlie  main  rea-j	
son advanced for having tt here   and i        (Continued on  Page  Light).
he thought  the proper place was be-1 	
tween  here  and  Vancouver.
C. H. Stuart Wade, the last Bpeak-I rDTnift I   lllVlflllQ Tfl CrC
er of the evening, eloquently pointedi  tOl |\AUA ANAIUld   IU  Oil
The twenty-seventh annual convention of the British Columbia Women'��
Christian Temperance union will beheld on the twenty-first, twenty-second twenty-third of this month hi.
Queen's Avenue Methodist church.
This provincial organization lias-
grown since it was first planted ie>
Victoria by Frances E, Willard in 1881-1;
from one local union to forty-one, arul
from a small number of women to a
present membership of over a thousand.
The first annual convention met to
Victoria In 1SS4. the second in Ne*'
Westminster in 1885. For many year;?
these two cities entertained the conventions alternately until Vancouver
city was ot sufficient importance to-
claim its share of the privilege. Since-
then the convention has been making;
a triangular circuit, with two exceptions, when the Nanaimo and Chilliwack union each took a turn at entertaining.
This year New Westminster again*
extends an in\Ration and the "call"
has gone out to all sections of the-
province where unions exist. Since-
last June six new unions have been*
organized, viz; Golden. Creston, Kere-
meos. Fernie, Coquitlam and Soutta
Wellington. These will receive.
through their representatives, an official welcome into the provincial unioa
during the opening session on Tuesday, June 21.
At least one hundred visitors are
expected, including general officers,
superintendents of departments and
delegates.
The convention will open to the public Sunday night, June 19, at the close,
ftf* the church services, with a grand,
rally meeting in the Opera house with
music and addresses. Monday night,
a meeting of the full executive, will
be held in convention church at 7:4">.
p. m. Tuesday, Wednesday audi
Thursday will comprise the business
sessions.
Tuesday afternoon a welcome garden party will be given at the residence of George Adams, Twelfth
street, by the local union to tbe visitors. Music and refreshments will
he provided and greetings will be
given from tlie citizens by Mayor Lee~
from the Ministerial association by
Rev. E. G. Thompson, M. A.; trom the-.
Royal Templars of Temperance by
Fred Haggman, select councillor; fronii
the Local Council oi Women by Mrs.
C. S. Keith, president, and from the
local W. C. T. U. by Mrs. W. EL Nesbitt, president. Mrs. Gordon Grant..
of Victoria, one of tlie provincial
officers, will respond ior the visitors.
Tuesday evening the public is invited to hear the provincial president's annual address, together with
other reports and addresses of interest, in the convention church.
Wednesday, from four to six o'clock,
the delegates will be taken out oa
the river on the steamer Paystreak .
to get a good view of the city. Wednesday evening, by consent of the city
pastors, the churches will gather ire
convention church for a union prayer
service, at eight o'clock.
Thursday evening public interest
will center in St. Guorge's ball, when .
addi esses will he given by the convention speakers, Mrs. Edith Murray
Dow, a graduate of the Neff College
of Oratory, of Philadelphia, and Rev.
Dr. Grant, superintendent of tlie Provincial Local Option league. Good
music will also prove an attraction.
An hour of one of the convention,
sessions will he set apart for the delegates to listen to Dr. Ernest Hall,
who has kindly consented to give one
of his special lectures to women which
have proved so Instructive to the women of Victoria and Vancouver. All
the convention sessions are open to
the public. Friday morning's post- executive meeting completes the work
of the twenty-seventh annual Provincial W. C. T. U. convention.
Oliver and so the BUtOS were headed
in that direction. The liberal leader
was caught at his best. He was in
the second story of his new house,
dressed in overalls and covered with
an immense straw hat.
Nothing put out by the unexpected
but welcome visit of tho commissioners, Mr. Oliver greeted them all
cordially, shaking hands with all the
party, Including J. D. Taylor and F. J.
Mackenzie. Several minutes were
consumed In pleasant conversation
with the hero of the liberal party and
then the excursionists started straight
for the high land of tbe Delta, driving along the pictureque Blaine road
and giving the commissioners occasional gllmpes of tbe magnificent panorama of the Helta and the gulf spread
out on their-right .
out the advantage and prospects of
the city and district, not advocating
any one site, but asking the commissioners to consider the advisability of
establishing the site somewhere near
this city.
In concluding the business of the
evening Mayor Lee wished the visitors Godspeed, and ln return Dean
Weldon spoke a few words of appreciation for the way in which the commission had been treated during its
trip here.
The commissioners leave this morning on the 9:10 train for Chilliwack.
STATES ACT AS MEDIATOR
EIEC1I0N OF BISHOP
TAKES PLACE HERE TOBAT
Successor to Late Rt. Rev. Jonn Dart-
to Be Chosen at Synod��� Many
Delegates to Attend.
Cartago Court of Justice Appealed to
US2  Its Influence to Bring
About Peace.
Suez Canal Has Big Yftar.
London, June 7.���The Suez canal
has had the most prosperous year
ever known .transit dues for the first
time exceeding 124,000,000. The dividends Increased by nine francs, making tt 150 francs. The directors are
convinced the revenue will not fall
below that in future.
Approves of Church Union.
Urockvllle, Ont., June 7.���The Montreal Methodist conference today approved of organic church union and
recommended that a petition be presented to the conference for the submission of the question to a congress
before  final settlement.
Washington, D. C June 7.���General Estrada, the Nlcaraguan insurgent chief, has appealed to the
Cartago court of Justice, asking Its
Influence to obtain from President
Madriz a reply to his offer of March
14 last, proposing that the United
States mediate between the two parties and that an election be held for
president, at wliich neither Estrada
,nor Madriz shall be candidate!.
About one hundred delegates will!
be in attendance today at the synod
of the Westminster diocese which sits.
in this city today to elect a successor
to the late Rt. Rev. Bishop John Dart_
About thirty of the delegates will be
laymen, the remainder being members of  the clergy.
As far as is known, only four mer*
are seriously considered for the holy
office, these being Archdeacou Pentreath, of Vancouver, archdeacon of."
Columbia; Rev. A. U. De Pender,..
of St. Paul's church, Vancouver; Canon Tucker, of Toronto, formerly ot'
Christ church, Vancouver, and Dean-
Paget, of Calgary. A majority of tbe ���
delegates from the coast district aw
said to favor the elevation of Arct��-
deacon Pentreath to the high office.
The new bishop will assume th��
duties of his charge as soon as he?-
is consecrated, which wlll proMMkl
be within tbe next two months...
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
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Classified Atlverlisements :REAL   ESTATE
WANTED.
ARCHITECT WISHES TO SHARE
office or desk room. State location.
Reply to Index, care Daiiy  News.
WANTED���A GOOD HUSKY BOY.
Delivery cart. Meat market, tllili Columbia street.
WANTED���POSITION BY JAPAN-
cse to work before S a. m. and after
7 p. m.   Apply S. S., P. O. Box 150.
WANTED���TO RENT, FURNISHED
bouse containing five or six rooms.
Must he within easy distance of business section. Write, giving full
particulars, to P. W. Luce, Daily
News.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
N. W. U section 8, Tp. 10���160 acres
of good land with 2,000,000 fei I of
timber. No timber lease. $35 per
acre.    .2,000 cash.
CITY���New 5-roomed house on Thirteenth street. Price $2,000; terms
$250 cash, balance $20 per month.
SAPPERTON���6foomed   house;    elegant    view;    full   sized   lot.     Price
$2,400; terms $400 cash, balance $25 j
per month.
WANTED���YOUNG GIRL TO Assist in light housework. No cooking. Apply Mrs. Baker, 10'J Columbia street, Sapperton.
WANTED���10 GIRLS OR WOMEN
to work In laundry. Wages 15 to
20 cents per hour. Royal City
Laundry, Royal avenue, west of
Eighth street.    B. Abranis, Mgr.
WANTED���A SMART YOUTH
about seventeen to team business.
Apply Gaskell. Odium & Stabler,
Ltd..   049 Columbia  street.
CITY���Modern house and large barn
on Fourth street. Rented for $1S0
per montli. Price $3,700; terms
$1,000 cash.
CITY���8-roomed house and fully modern on Fourth arenu*.  Size of lot
Ib 80x146   feet.    Price   $4,800;   one-1
fifth  cash, hfllance easy.
WANTED���STANDBY  FOR BOILER-'
shop.   Apply Vulcan Iron Works.
WANTED���WAITER OR WAITRESS.
Apply J, this ofiice.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED    HOUSE
keeping rooms.   Apply Box B. News
office.
WANTED���THREE HOYS FOR THE
Beaver Cigar Factory.
WAN'I ED��� YOUNG LADY AS STEN-
ographer and tor general office
work.   Apply P. O. Box 219.
WANTED���TROUSER MAKER. Apply J. N. Aitchlson, 711 Columbia
street.
CITY-
-Lot 3 in
blocks 6
an
d 7,
S. B.
9, on
Seventh
ftfenue.
I'
ice
$050;
easy
terms.
BURNABY���Two   lots   c
ose
to
store
and
tramline.
Price
$2
50
each;
tern;
B V��  cash
and $10
re:
month.
of   S. E.
LANGLEY���80 acres N.
% of Sec. 10, Tp. 10; some clearing. Price $35 per acre: terms
$1,300 cash, balance 1. 2 and 3
years.
SURREY���Surrey waterfront snap.
10 acres close in. Price $250 per
acre.    Terms.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank   Bldg.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
WANTED���SASH AND DOOR MA-
chlne men. Apply Walsh Sash &
Dour company, Xew Westminster,
WANTED���GIRL TO ASSIST WITH
house work. Apply, A. B. Kellington, 501  Queen's avenue.
WANTED���TO EXCHANGE 35 1-2
acres of good land ai Lincoln station, Langley, for Westminster city
pro] ertj. Value $3000. Apply 11. C.
Sei uritie . Ltd., Domii lon Trust
Offices, Colui    i   . New \\\  t-
minster.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
hou:       irk  i cooking.  Ap
ply  125  Thii       . ��� : ue,
CRAIG REALTY CO.
Room 8, Thompson Block.
Phone 629.
FOR   SALE.
7-YEAR   OLD
drh -     ad new -buggy i
, Co   : & Co.
Oflic
FOR ,OTS IN .
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Four Lots ln Sapperton; 150 yards
from car. $500; $26 cash, balance
$10 per month.
Corner Lot. 60x124;   slashed;  facing
down   hill;   lovely   view;   clos
new  school,  Sapperton.  Price
on tern -.
Ten acres -yu^M-r l>uii land; I'i
aftr     ___\w
ban .   m*ma\^r   runs:
id    ..:   I    'lose
Only $2 000, oh tei
Five acres on  Scott road;
well   el    ;  Ihree i
j good
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CRAIG REALTY CO.
Room   S.  The- ;   .
Pi'.cne 629.
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KELLINGTON BROS.
e�� >ie  Streets.
Pr.
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ROOMS   TO   "ENT.
TO  REN iM. 204
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TO RENT���Fl :
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PURT ,IGHT
A. II.
Ferg i
TO   LET- -1 .   '. .--REE
rooms;   el ���---:;;
blast.
e   have   a   few   choice
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Comer Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
BURNABY.
The regular meeting of the council
was held on Saturday ai 2 p.m. His
Worship Reeve Byrne and Councillors
Stride, Coldicutt, McKee, Hill and
Rumble being present.
Communications were received as
follows:
Petition from day labor employees
asking for increase in wages to $2.75 |
per day. of eight hours with half holiday on Saturday from twelve noon.
with or withoul pay. Referred to
Councillor Humble. Stride and the
Reeve to interview men on the road.   ;
From residents of East Burnaby
asking for rock crusher and roller to
be placed on Third avenue after work
was completed on Vancouver road. Received  and  filed  for  reference.
From   City    of  New     Westminster
stating  that board of  works  committee had approved work on Tenth ave-'
nue as to slashing and burning.    Received and filed.
From James Taylor requesting council to have telephone poles removed
from his property. Block 1, 1). I.
90, S. Clerk to reply that council had
not given any permission to erect \
poles on private property.
From Mrs. George A. Smith with'
reference to drainage on Inman avenue on which matter a meeting had
been held under tlie Ditches and Water Courses act, stating that proposed
agreement whereby a strip of land
thirty-three feet wide, north of Block
29, 1). L. 35, was to be given for roadway, was not agreeable. Received
and laid on tlie table.
From Harry Neale asking for com-1
pensation for accident received while'
in tiie employ of the council.    Referred to Councillor Hill and the  Reeve.
From   W.   J.   Walker   enclosing  account   for clearing boulevard in front'
of his propi rty on the Pole Line road. .
Rei ��� Ive 1 and tiled.
From J. Matyar applying for position as constable. Reci i\ ed and Rle -..
From J. W. Whitehead applying fi r
position as janitor. Referred to Hall
ami Grounds committee.
From R. Turner applying for a loan
trom the sinking fund of $200, on Lot j
7. Block 7. H. L. 27, and from Mrs.
Dubois on security of Loi 14, Block 1.
I). L. 150, V W. quarter .RefeKfid to
Councillors Hiil and Rumble to re-
��� al  next  me I
The following communii itii ns were
ed to the b iai d i t woi ks:
Petition   froi     pri p srty   owner -   on
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i  st reel
at   pn si ul   t he
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uesting i
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cn at 1 ".iii.  the  i
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MOVEMENT BEGUN
EOR JAIL REFORM
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Toronto City Plans to
vide a Farm Where
briates Can be Sent.
Pro-
Ine-
iOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Beard of Trade meets m fe
hoard room. City Hall, as follows;
Third Thur day of each month;
quarterly meeting on tbe iniru
Thursday of February, May, Augusl
and November, at 8 p.n. Annual
meetings on the ''""i Thursday ol
February. New members mav be
proposed and elected al any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
Hammocks
Croquet Sets
Pic Nic
PRINTERS.
Toronto, June  7.���The special  com- j
mittee appointed   to  Investigate    tho WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVER-*
conditions prevailing  at  Toronto jail
held a long session yesterday.    In addition to discussing Property Commis
sioner Harris' report and recommend-
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone f.5. P. O. Box 142- Old
Dally   News  Bloc*.  Sixth street.
baskets
Pic Nic Plates
Etc., Etc.
A T
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS ANH ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner. W. E.
Martin, Mns' Bac, Sll Dublin St.,
Phone L616.
COAST LABOR AGENTSI MANA-
ger (',. .1. Sykes), 62 Powell street,
Vancouver. Plume 3676. Pn
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire oi
write if  unable to  visit   us.
PROFESSIONAL.
EDMUND.. HARRIS
tiers and solicitors. Westmln lei
Trust Block. Columbia street New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, It
L.  Edmraids.
*A,
atlons for the improvement of the jail,
they covered the whole ground of pri-
son reform, and the care of the aged,
Infirm and insane, with the result tbat
it was decided to recommend that the
city council;
Acquire a large farm, where tho
habitual inebriates might be detained
tor treatment and reclaratlon;
Pass a by-law to provide for the
passing of the indeterminate sentence
upon  habitual inebriates;
Make an earnest appeal to tho
Provincial government to provide adequate asylum accommodation for all
Insane persons whose Infirmities require that they should he put under
restraint and treatment;
Send a deputation to inspect the
B 'Sinn jail farm at Brldgewater, Mass.
to gain Information on the working WHITE8IDE *
of the system there, so that a proper
md humane system might be established here.
ln addition to the above Property
Commissioner  Harris  was  instructed
to bring in a report of the probable
st of converting the pn sent cl tpel
at  the jail into an Infirmary and of
fitting up the rotunda so that  religi-
sei \ ices might be held there.
.   qui stion  of  the    readjustment
- -  e maintenance charges for coun-
ners, so I   al   the countj   will
pay Its full shan   of tl e cosl of i
prisoner,  was refi    ed to I he Bpecl .1
il tee v. liich Is di aling  w Ith the
readjustment of financial matters be-
t wet n the county and the citj.
The chairmen, Alderman O'N'eil and
: -���  pert>   C unmissioner   Han is   \\ i re
icted  fi si eet and reporl   upon
for thi   pro] - >s< '1 I
f.   Wrong  said   his  society   had
:   ��� inn  many
iv ere re ai ded
e absi nee  of  an   Instltuti in   i<>
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MOREY'S
465���Columbia Street-.^
New Westminster, B.f
Mineral Waters
Aerated WafcJ
Manufactured by
J. HENLR
NEW   WESTMINSTER. B,1
elephone  13. Otlice  e ,,.,.& I
WADE, WHEALLER, Mi QU MlKIE &
MARTIN ��� Barrlsti rs and Solli
We jtmlnBter offli es, Roon     i    i '
Guichon block  i < i nei Co
McKenzie   streel ol
dees,   Williams   building,   ll   Gran
vllle   street.    V.  C    Wade,   \-    C
A. \v  ��� .   ���   , W. G   "  -. .     le. G. E
Martin.
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AUDITOR   AND   ACCOUNTANT.
H   J.  A.   BURNET r,
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Westminster Tins:
AUDITOR AND
R. T.  PRINCE,    AUDITOR  AND    ���
couni \ ud i ts  i
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REAL   ESTATE
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TO   RENT.
TO RENT���10 ACRES OF CLEARED
land, :. ood house, lame barn, packing o ise, ; table, chicken run, 200
' Ming fiuii trees; on good road
close to tram line; 6 miles from
city. Apply to Wilson, Cook & Co.,
Northern  Crown  Hank  Building.
LOST.
JLOST���POCKET HOOK CONTAIN-
Ing sum of money ancl valuable
papers. Name on pocket book, S.
N. Lupton. Finder please return
to Kelly, Douglas & Co., Front
street   and  obtain  reward.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow  Press
near The Dally News Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
tTHE       DAILY NEWS
:    is   Op' 11   tO   Ul
. 11 kinds ol ��� di - v. k; making
and si i Ling li ������ m . I :��� li ui and
i ������ grounds; or would at-
:��� nd one or two days a month to
trim up. Apply C, H., Box !S5G, New
Westminster, B. C,
LOGICAL   ECZEMA  CURE
ENDUKStD   BV   PHYSICIANS
Dr. R. A. Folkerts, of Duluth, Minn.,
tells  of  ids  success  in  treating  patients with D, D. I). Prescription:
"There   was  a  man   here   suffering
'from eczema for the last fourteen
years, and I applied the D. D, H.
treatment.   1 also applied it. to a man
| of West Duluth, Minn.,, who has been
suffering   with   Eczema   in   his   feet,
land  the   second  treatment   in   both
; eases cleared the skin almost absolutely.   The first, application is a halm,
| and its soothing effect  is beyond expression.    1 shall never he without it,
and  sliall  use  It  among  my  patients
altogether."
No  matter how  terribly  you  suffer
! from eczema, salt rheum, ringworm,
etc., you will feel Instantly soothed
and the itch allayed at once when a
few drops of this compound of oil of
I Win ter green, thymol, glycerine, etc., is
applied.    The  cures  all   seem  to  be
1 permanent and we recommend It unhesitatingly, Frank McKenzie, Druggist,
| For free trial bottle of D. D. D. Prescription write to the u. l). I). Laboratory,   Department   N. N.,   ��8   Jordan
.street,  Toronto.
���
notes wlii .'
wen l
for pa
.
The   ioard
rhat        1
��� :   ���
son  roi - lllor Co
t
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had   a
:       [er Com
half of I Ity, al   ���
Bond,  8ml
l-Smil -     Bau
nd   thai   Geoi ge Smith 1
agreed to give i hii ty-three feel  from
���   e end of his pi 0]
Block  29,  D.  L,  34,    He al
porte i  thai  thi y were unable to en
ter Into any a     ement  un Ier the
but would  rec immend thai  specifli ������-
tion   be  prepared  for dl ging    ditch
from  Inman avenue, east, along the
northern boundary of Block 29, D. L.
.",1   and   1).   I,.   35   for   a   distance     ol
twi-Wo  cliains,
Thai the request of Messrs. Llebley
and Blumer for the construction of
roads bo granted to enable parties to
get  in lumber, etc., provided thero is
a deposit   Of $500 pul   Up  In  each  case,
said sum to he forfeited in three
lnonths after completion of road In
the event of a $600 house not. being
erected.
I That Mr. Allen's request for the extension of Wise road to Sixth street
be referred to Councillors Coldicutt,
Stride and the engineer. Recommending that a committee of Councillors
Stride   and   Coldicutt   Interview     the
|city   council   in   regard   to  supply  of
.water for East Rurnahy.
That the following tenders he ac-
copied; Road from Douglas road to
I). L. 90, to Messrs. Cherry and Rerg
mann at $19 per chain; Gllmour avenue to Messrs. Philpot and Sinclair
at   $33   per  chain;   Eleventh  avenue.
; section 1 to MesRrs. Cherry and Berg-
mann at $17 per chain, section 2 to
���I. II. Murton at $11 ner chain; Thome
road, Blrtch and Doran at $18 per
chain: South road, Blrtch and Doran
at $22 per chain; Cameron road, that
the tender of W. .1. McKle for diguing
| (litch on the Cameron road for $95 he
accepted.
That Councillor McKee nnd the engineer be empowered to repair bridges
on Barnet road between Allcevllle and
.'     /HITE   HOUSE   C
Is    Informed  Niw Animal
��� -   I Reach V oon.
June
'���
thai   tin
;-!��� h   will   fi i
; will soon
new (
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us cot la worl
a full-bli    led  Hoi
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DYERS   A' RS.
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LIVERY   ST/ :
RING   I i'    25U     FOR     HACKS  ���'  ���Oi
sinhit  turnout    "i he   Fa b on   S i
1,1. ,.
FISH    AND   GAME.
\;y,.-~~. i.\   a-   a. ) I.,Mi.   I ISH    PR HI I .
Car   >,  Y" gel Dl  in  Bloi !;.
nexl  t'i Bank of Montreal.
Barnet,      Thai    I e  W Ise road bi
o tin   . ���   : ���   n bou
of it. L. 88,    Thai   Fourth i   enu    b
opei ��� -I   troi     Fi       street   to  Second
���in el    on    Mr,    Vlckeri     tui nts
guarantee depot It,
Repi   I   \ .      reci lv< I   and  adopt  d,
The pro   i   ��� i eporl of i he enj
received   and   referred   to    the
board of works.
Tic-  plan committee  reported:
Lots :;,  1, 7, and 8,  Hlock  18 and  19,
l>. L, 35, returned ashing for Int. -s co
every lot;  Block 5, D. L. 96; approved tentatively;   lilocks ll und -I, D. L.
17a, approved tentatively; Lot i, Block
IB,  I).  L.  79,    approved  tentatively;
part of I). L. ir.a, returned with the
I Bequest that ii be subdivided into acre
blocks owing to rough  nature of the
ground;   Block  L3, D. L. 97, returned
for lanes;   Blocks B0 and 51, I).  L. 9a,
returned   for  alteration   of   mads   to
j have them conform with existing subdivision of Hlock 34-38 also for physical feat ures to be shown on plan,
Councillor Coldicutt reported recom-
mending that Hamilton road be gravelled as requested hy Messrs. Brettell
and Gotchlng and tenders were called
for ion yards of gravel.
Councillor Stride reported (hat Mrs.
McGregor had no Inteerst in Block 1,
D. I-. 30, and contract wan to he let
on receipt of cheque from Messrs
Walker Bros.
Councillor Stride reported In favor
of loan to be made to Mr. Mclntyre,
Resolved   that    men   be   placed     on
Vancouver  road   to  time  till   aulolsts
exceeding the speed limit with a view
prosecution being taken under the
.ct.
I The appointment of road tax collector was referred to the Reeve,
Councillors Stride and Coldicutt witli
power to act.
1 The coiihcll then adjourned to Saturday, June 18 ,-it  2 ji.ni.
FURNITURE
W.     i.      I   M.l.S.    THE    |-'i:i(M ii  i.i.
1 lealer, Upholsterer an i Ondertaki r,
corner Agnes and McKenzie ^;
Phone 176, night i uli 81.
CABINET   MAKING.
D,    V.    LEWT1IWA1TE,     CABINET-
maker and  upholsterer,  425 Clarkson     street     I behind     Rurr  hind, i
Furniture made and repaired,  Mission furniture In Br and oak
vloney
a\   GOOD     I ���
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80   BRANCHES
In   i intai i '.   '
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CAPITAL    .
REST   	
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WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office und store fittings;
cabinet, .mir, mhowcases, mantei*
��nd detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J, Brookes, proprietor. WOrk?: Corner Eleventh
snii cut line. P. O. box 254. Phone
47S.
PAPER   HANGING   &   DECORATING
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
hoime painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
haaglng and decorating. Sixth
���treet,   New  Westminster.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited. Front street. New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw nnd shingle mill maoninery.
Mill plants and specificationg prepared
Bankoffcjti
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   D. 6
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Mgr,
White Star--Daminio��|
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple   screw.   14.900 tons.
| S.S. MEGANTIC��� TM I
Twin    screw.    14.900   tons-    A  I
largest   and   most   ''^"Vo*'
commodation  equal  to a /
��� Ing the  Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Appi* t0
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKB, -IAS.
McKay, manufacturer und Importer
of mounmentnl tombstones, building
p'one, etc. Satisfaction cnnrnnteed.
Columhla street,  New Westminster.
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMlNsTER'
Notice.
All   vehicles   while  Wfl
lumbl
inn.
on
a street must stand  fn* ��� *\
with   the   street,     and     ""
i bac
nut i
w
against   the   sidewalk,  so    '"v(1���ir.!
may  be sufficient  rpo��M��, ���, ��**
to
and especially the fire team"
along the street with aa" ���
public. ���r   A   pl:N C*S
By Order: W. A- 't,,t'v C
City Hall, May 27, 1910-
ie* WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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LAND REGISTRY ACT.
29 and 30, Hlock K, St. An-
Square, Map' 165, New West-
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fefre^'proof of the loss of Certl
rulK'   Title Number 1726F, Issued
C�����ame of Aulay  Morrison,  hu.
11  llt,,l in this ollice.
it",!.    .   hereby given that 1 shall,
^.expiration ol one month from
���   , '���.' of the 11,st publication here-
F' '"'    ,i . ly newspaper published In
[���'"���in of New Westminster, issue
PL , irate of the wild Certilicale, un-
in the meantime valid objection
.. . , me in writing.
C.  S.  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
I      Registry  Office, New  Westmiu-
�����;.,     B.C., May 6. 1010.
CITY  OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
LAND ACT.
Af
NeW  Westminster   Land   District.
'   ,     police   that  James   l'.ateman,
', .      ���..,, it. ('., occupation, stone-
: tends to apply for permission
,.  the  following described
'ommencing  at a  post   planted at
' southeast point of a small island
i  10 chains north of Nelson
-   ence     northerly,     westerly.
,:, 1     easterly,     along   the
- , place of commencement;
I    lci os more or less.
JAMES BATEMAN,
Applicant.
JOHN F. BAGGS,
1910. Agent,
Notice to Contractors���Tenders for
Laying Water Main:
Tenders wlll be received by the undersigned for the laying and jointing
of about fourteen (14) miles of 26-incb
Steel Rivetted pipe and about 8,000
feel each of 12-lncb and 13-inch Lap-
! welded Steel pipe. The tender In-
! eludes hauling the pipes, fixing of all
valves and specials, construction of
bridges, culverts, etc, Plans, profiles,
specifications, conditions of contracl
and further Information may be obtained from the City and Waterworks
Engineer, J. W. B. Blackman, on receipt of a marked cheque, value $50,
which will be returned on receipl ur
a bona fide tender, A marked cheque
for 6 per cent of the amount musl
accompany each tender.
Tenders will be received up to 5
]>. in. of June 27, 1910. The lowest
or any tender not necessarily accepted..
W.   A.   DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Hall, New Westminster, June
18. 1910.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
RPORATION OF BURNABY.
Edmonds  Waterworks.
,,.,. is hereby given that all par-
water   service   are   re-
sd to make application on printed
be obtained at the collec-
early as possible.
C, T   SAUNDERS, C. M. C.
Ipal Hall, Edmonds, B. C, May
Preliminary    Notice     to    Contractors.
Tenders for Laying  New Water
Main.
Tenders are required for the laying
and jointing of about  fourteen miles
of  25-inch   rivetted steel   water  main
and  about  7,780 feel   ot  12-lnch and
7,500 fi el of 13-lnch  lap-welded pipe.,
Plans  and  specifications  can  be  obtained  from the City  Engineer, City
Hall, by the Bixth of June, 1910.
W. A.  DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City. Hall, New Westiniiis'er, May 23,1
1910.
For spring plants or cut flowers,
plione Davles' Greenhouse. R208.     **
Until further notice the Hank of
Montreal, Ne* Westminster, will be
open for business Saturday evenings
from 7  to il o'clock. ��� *
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
! Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
ives Brackman-Ker  wharf tit '.',  P.   M.  daily  except  Saturday, and
l a  Saturday  for  Steveston  and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets  at  B.  C.  E.   K. ticket ofiice and on board steamer.   Electric cars have Steveston every hour  ion the half-hour)  for Vancou-
See  the  Famous  Fraser   River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
Hound trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, Jl.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undei signed, and endorsed "Tender for Steel Dredge tor Hritish Columbia," wil] be received at this otlice
until 4:00 p.m., on Wednesday, July!
-"��� 1910, tor the construction of a
Steel Bow-Well Twin Screw Barge
heading Dredge.
Plans, specification and form of con-]
tract can be seen and forms of tender
obtained at this department, at the
offices of J. L. Midland, Esq., District
Engineer, Merchants ban. Bldg., St.
James Street, .Mom real; .1. G. Sin -.
Esq., District Engineer, Confederation
Life Building, Toronto, Ont., and Q. A.
Kecter, Esq., District Engineer, New
Westminster, B.C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied
and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and
places of residence, in the case of
lirms, the actual signature, the nature
of the occupation and place of residence of each member or the firm
must be given.
Tenderers must specify time of delivery of dredge at Vancouver, H.C.,
free of all  i isks and charges.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
haul., payable to the order
of the honorable the Minister
of Hands and Works, for twenty-live
thousand dollars (. 25,000.00), which
will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter Into a contract,
when called upon to do so, or fail to
complete the work contracted for. lf
the tender he not. accepted the
chi que will  be  returned.
The department does not bind Itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
liy order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER.
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, May 31, 1910.
Newspapers will not be paid for
this advertisement if they Insert it
without authority from the department.
JAPAN AND CHINA
IN FISHING TAX ROW
Disagree on Revenue From
Six Hundrel Gulf of
Pechili Junks.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
^P RAILWAY CO.
EFFECTIVE   SUNDAY,   JUNE   5.
NOTICE    TO    CONTRACTORS.
Victoria, June 7.���A sei ious dispute, wliich seems likely to cause complications, lias arisen between Japan
and China over the control of the several hundred fishing vessels In the
Gulf of Pechili, according to news received by the steamer Empress of
India. Six hundred fishing junks and
schooners are operated bj Chim se,
about halt sailing from South Manchuria ports. China insists on collecting taxes from these \ess,'ls. regarding the Gulf of Pechili as territorial
��� v aters.
Japan insists that China cannot Interfere with the fishermen, holding
thai ilie Gulf of Pechili is "high Beas."
in response to China's request, the
Manchurlan viceroy has taken a strong
attitude on the question against Japan.
China sent, on May 11. two gunboats
and several converted cruisers to
seize those vessels whose owners recused to pay taxes, and five were fired
j upon and their crews arrested.
Japanese men of war and   torpedo
boats were promptly dispatched to pro-
ted the fishermen against the Chinese
! warships, and    the incident    seemed
: likely to involve both governments in
| Bei ions complications.
Leave  New Westminster:
5:45���Connects with train to Sumas
and Transcontinental No. UT; arriving
New Westminster 7:41',.
9:10��� With No. 2 going ease, also
connection for Nicola and train from
Agassiz, Kootenay, Okanagan and
Sumas; arriving New Westminster
10:18.
16:25���Witli train for Agassiz, Koo
tenay points, Sumas and St. Paul; returning arrive Westminster 18:12.
19:35���witli No. 96 Transcontinental eastbound and trains from Mission,
Nicola and Okanagon points, and No.
1 from east; arrive New Westminster 22:02.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
H. C.  B.  FOSTER, A. C. P. A., Vancouver.
Tenders will be received by the-
undersigned for the construction oV
the lirst. section of the Canadian
Northern Pacific Railway from New
, Westminster easterly for a distance
! of sixty miles. Tenders to include
the grading, bridging, masonry, track:
laying, ballasting and erection of telegraph line.
Plans,    profiles   ;md   specific-it ions-
may be seen and Tender Forms pro-
loured  at  the   ollice  of   T.   11.   White,,
Chief   Engineer,   Room   15,   135   Hastings Street West, Vancouver.
Total work to be completed by June-
l.   lull, and  tenders to be received
at our ofiice. Toronto, not later than
'June 15, 1910.
MACKENZIE, MANN & CO., LTf>.
LAND  ACT.
BUILDERS     AND     CONTRACTORS.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon, June 10,
for the erection of a tramway station
and office building at New Westminster.
Specifications can he secured at office of Maclure & Fox, architects,
Winch  building,  Vancouver.
The lowest or any tender not neces-
sarlly accepted.
B. C. ELECTRIC  RAILWAY CO., LD
PREMIER SIFTON WILL
LIKELY RUN FOR VERMILION
Edmonton. June 7.���No definite announcement has yet been made either
tis to the date of the bye-eelctions for
the cabinet  ministers or as to  what
seat Premier Sifton will contest.   It is
| now practically assured, however, that
lhe will seek election ln Vermilion, the
I constituency represented by Archibald
|Campbell, who has offered to resign.
Mr. Campbell at the last general election had a majority of about 500 over
Rev. A.  R. Aldright, who ran in the
conservative interest.
In  Medicine  Hat  it  is  said  to  he
j practically   certain   that  the  new  attorney general and minister of education will be opposed by Walter Huck-
I vale,   who  will  run  or the    straight
| Conservative ticket.
For Geraniums, Dahlias and till
kinds of Spring Redding Plants phone
Davis' Greenhouse, R 208. **
Spring is here���how about those
plants for the gardfen? Tidy, the
Florist, can suit you to a T in anything in that line. **
OFF   TO   EDINBURGH.
^**f^9***tiL^^
Y
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A Thousand Americans Will Attend
Missionary Conference.
New York, June 7.���Bound for the
Intel-national Missionary Conference
which will meet at Edinburg, Scotland, on June 14. between 400 and 500
delegates sailed today on the steamer
Kroonland. Altogether there will be
about 1,000 Americans at the conference, half of them regularly accredited delegates and tlie others alternates.
Every denomination in this country
will be represented. Most of the delegates who are on the way will sail on
Wednesday on the Caledonia. All the
delegates pay their own way. Each
denomination has a representation at
the conference proportionate to its
membership.
ggsat CANADIAN PACIFIC
W��� B.aoast$$. Sailings
On and after June 5.
STEAMSHIPS FROM VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
lo:oo a, m    Dally
l:ou p.m  Dally
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a. in   Daily
ll;oo p.m .... Daily except Saturday
11:30 p. m  Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m    Daily
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
. :00 p. m    Mondays
8:00 a. m..,Thursdays and Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
11:00 p.m    Every Saturday
TO  PRINCE   RUPERT.
11:00 p.m. Every Thursday and Sat.
TO  STEWART   (Portland  Canal).
11:00 p.m    Every  Thursday
S. S.  Heaver  leaves  New  Westminster 8 a. m. Monday, Wednesday and
Fridays;    leaves   Chilliwack   8   a.m.
Tuesday,    Thursday    and    Saturdays.
For particulars, apply to
ED GOl'LET,
Agent. New Westminster.
C.   B.  FOSTER,
A. G. P. A., Vancouver.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District of New Westmins.er.
Take notice that Simon Henry
Clowes of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, building inspector, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the S. E. point of a small island lying;
in channel between Granite island antf
Nelson Island; thence northerly, westerly, southerly and easterly, along the-
shore to the place of commencement;;
containing lo acres more or less.
SIMON HENRY CLOWI-'.S,
Applicant
Per JOHN F. BAGGS,
April 20, 1010. Agent..
LAND ACTS.
New Westmister Land District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander MeLer*-
nan, of Vancouver. British Columbia^.
occupation contractor, intends to apply for permission to purchase tho-
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of the Island situate about four 14) chains from Timber limit No. 38733, thence northerly
and westerly and southerly and easterly around the shore at low tide-
to place of commencement, containing
four  acres,   more  or  less.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.
J. F. BAGGS, Agent.
March 17, 1910.
-
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
VICTOR  A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6^buichon Building.
pM*e  6B1
We have a number of Lots on First Street
and Seventh Avenue. Prices $300 to $500.
WITHOUT INTEREST FOR 2 YEARS
These lots are situated in the finest part of
the city.
The Prices are Right
The Terms are Unequalled
Buy now, and you will be making the best investment you ever made.
S. FADER
PHONE 712
451 Columbia Street,        -       New West, B. C.
ST.   LAWRENCE   CHANNEL.
Government Will at Once Remove the
Dangerous Rock.
Ottawa, June 7.���ln reply to a
Montreal deputation, consisting of
secretary Robb of the Shipping Federation. Andrew Allen and Pilot Peron,
who was in charge of the steamer
Crown of Castille when it struck a
rock in the St. Lawrence, near Cap a
la Roche, on Sunday, the Minister of
Marine stated this morning that the
department had already ordered a
rock cutter for service in the St. Lawrence channel, and this would be at
work within a fortnight at the danger
point. The deputation pointed out
thai prompt action should be taken to
guard against any possibility of a repl-
titlon of the accident, otherwise insurance rates would he adversely affected. Captain Demers, Dominion
Wreck Commissioner, will make a
thorough investigation of the accident.
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625 Columbia  Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE. C. A. Csl.
And  at 603  Hastings  St., W.
Vancouver, B. C.        Phone 5925.
VALUABLE MICA CLAIMS.
Be
Rich   Deposits   in   Interior     Will
Worked   This   Year.
Revelstoke, June 7.���Recent discoveries of mica at Sand aud Mica creeks
ninety miles north of Revelstoke up
the Columbia river and the announcement that the locators intend to operate the claims this summer, are ot
great importance to the district, especially as Vancouver parties are
themselves likely to be interested In
the scheme.
Eight claims are In the group and
some of the mica sheets yield 24x30
inches per sheet. The largest specimens of natural mica heretofore found
have been found in India nnd were
not more than six inches square. In
Ontario they have found some discoveries along' the Rideau liver which
mesured up 0x4 inches, but the largest specimens ever found in the world
and the largest quantities, practically
unlimited, are on the Columbia river,
near Revelstoke.
The owners are \V. I. Briggs and
Gus Lund, and they are Incorporators
of a new company to develop the
claims which have been discovered
and by autumn will have the properties on the market.
The owners of the claims will commence shipping shortly and with
steady development the value of the
mica will be exceedingly high as the
demand for such sized sheets is great.
Such a venture will give an impetus to
the development of more mineral properties In the Big Bend, which will
have a commercial influence upon
Rcveistolie.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYU'.H
P.ilNTlNr,
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   383
Re Lots number 14 and 15, Blocft
4, New Westminster suburbs.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of Title Number 6692 A. issued!
in the name of Eustace Alvauley Jenns;
has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, Issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless ir>
the meantime valid objection be made
to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Ofiice,  New Westminster, B.C.. May 12. Win.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  New Sternwheeler
s. s. paystreak]
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf. New Westminster, witb.
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday..
Thursday and Saturday at S a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday. Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
NOTICE!
Until further notice this
bank will be open
SATURDAY EVENINGS
__ ,_     __ _ __ _     ifrom seven to nine o'clock.
W. RICH
Teaming and  Expressing.
DEALER IN
Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminster.
F. Shute, Mgr.
730   FOURTH   ST
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6,  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence  Phone  133
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 567"
214  Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER        :
B. C-
P. O.  Box 395
Phone 730
McMurphy & Craig
Heating and  Plumbing
All   Jobbing   Promptly   Attended   To
Colonial Block
Model Bakery
H. C. Mark & Sons
Cor. Fourth Ave. and Second St.
Manufacturers of the bread
that is making New Westminster famous. Also choice cake^,
cookies and candies. Our obliging drivers will be more than
pleased to call.    Phone 435.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and  Fifth Avenue-
PHONE 370.
The Oliver Typewriter Agency at.
746 Columbia street is being constantly asked for stenographers. You
can learn the Oliver at home. Seventeen cents a day pays for it. See H<j*'-
ton E. Sands and ask him to tell yons
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,
JUNE 8
The Daily f^ews;HJ|T PROSPECTS
IN IHE MIDDLE WEST
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'EDNESDAY, JUNE 8,
1910.
OUR NEW  SISTER.
It is a happy circumstance that
the first notable event in the rei. n
of King George has been the inauguration of the great federation of tho
South   African   colonies,  and   the  as-
Commissioner Investigating tjj
Markets for B. C. Growers |||
Makes Interesting Report
IHSMIIHililt
Writing from Moose Jaw, J. C. Met- I
calfe   reports   as   follows, relative   to
the   marketing   of     Hritish   Columbia
fruit in the middle west provinces:
W.  E.  Scott,  Esq.,
Dep. Minister of Agriculture,
Victoria, B. C.
Dear Sir,���I have the honor to report as  follows:     On  arrival at Cal-;
gary,   and   after  interviewing   wholesalers and retailers, the general con-
by  this  new  sister  of  the|senaU8 0f opinion, was that the crop
sumption ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Kmpire of tho privilege of self-gov-
And it Is a no less happy
that   all   the   prellmin-
of various kinds of fruit in the American coast states would he a very
heavy one this season, and from the
���ernment
circumstance   uxai   an   m--   .���- " I present reports prices would rule lo
-.ries towards this glorious end were   At   )he  pre8ent  time,  Wenachee   Vai-
,���.���,   rim-inc  the  lev  is  reported  to  have 500 carloads
conducted   and completed  dining J ^ -^   ^     Th()    M(,!>ll(>rson
reign  of  our   late  beloved   sovereign,  FnlU c%)nn,aIiy have heen oifered 10U
k������   nnVlifl   influ-  cars  of  mixed  fruit  ��n  consignment
Bdward   VII,  to  whose  noble  intiu |^ ^ (���.,.li:lzatlons in that  valley
ence indeed this wonderful  consuma-  indi(..ating the abundant  crop.
I     The   present   quotations   lor   future
���tion is mainly due. I delivery   from   Wenatchee,   1".   O.   li.
This  event  is  one  that   will mark < tlle).p   are as followa.
new  and  distinct  period   in |    Peaci.es, per case, 45c;  prunes, per
 [new   rt .      case, 40c; apples, per box, No. 1, 80c,
the history of the British Empire. Not appleBj per box, No. 2, Hoc; pears, per
It of consequence as an indi- | box. No. 1, $1;  pears, per box, No. "
MOOSE JAW SASK.
ac
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l^ m r**-i i rr JE7/p>
MISS
KC6INHOOD
iffllHI
ciuite
���only is
00c;  cherries, per box. 10 lbs., 50c to
cation of the expansion of  the good  (.|)(,';   c,101TipS|  per  box,  10-lbs.   May
earlier
Express, Tc per
influence of the Hritish Constitutional I ^^^^n.^California,
-system, and the strengthening of the j thau   May  18_   costing  jobbers  there
Kmpire. but because the establishment; $1.25 jgr 10 lb. box. ^ ^ ^
of this great federation has occurred  Jng w t))e retai, trad(? at $2.60.
narallel with the accession to the! Strawberries from Tennesee, Mis-
paraiin souri and Hond River have been com.
throne of a British monarch who, DJ   [ng   Jn and   supplving   markets   here.
rpason of his personal knowledge and hut other Oregon berries are in now.
reason i Bj. Express Hood Hlver berries were
acquaintance   with   the   various   coi-  costing j0|,bers at Edmonton per case
onles and dependencies of his king- $4.25. Missouri berties at Edmonton,
onics  auu       i ?3 lg      Thp   Mi880Uri    berries     were
dom, is more a sovereign of the bm- brough in by freight vta Winnipeg
-nire than anv of his predecessors, and Saskatoon to Edmonton, but at
p " . ,   the   present   time    strawberries    are
Queen Victoria, in whose reign mucn Laming ;n  from  Milton and Freewnt-
of the work of colonial expansion and ' er.  Oregon,   by   treighdfcostlng,   laid
j   u   -    r, nor 'down at Calgary, $3.<M��They are then
development was effected, had no per- dlgtributed  iforn^t^t*i.-. selling  retail-
sonal knowledge whatever of her vast ers at Calgary at $5.00 per case. Coun-
n     1 fp I try customers at $4.75 per case.    The
dominions beyond tlie seas,    uui  laie varletIea are:   Oregon, Gibson, Clark,
t>eloved King had some acquaintance Seedling, Magoon and Hollar.    Arrive
������t���.t I generally   in   good   condition,   a    few
with   portions   of   tlie    more   distant
lands  of   his   great   lordship
this  was not  at   all  recent;   and   lie
If You
Can Afford to use
the BEST buy
Robin Hood
Flour
"The Flour that   is different."
If vou do you will find thit
the cost of KOB1N HOOD is
smallest after all.
The bigger loaf is one difference.
Easier assimilations of the
bread is another differenc:.
Th: fweeter flavor is a third
difference.
There are other points of
difference. Any one of them
worth the extra cos:.
THE
Saskatchewan Flour
Mills Co., Ltd.
REMEMBER,   WE   CLOSE   AT
See Our Stunning
Collection of
CUR TAINING,
and DRAPINGS
A Selection you can't
forget, in a Variety  I
you can't duplicate
Call and Inspect them today���you may nol requln  anything in this   line   Just   al   presei ���-.
chances are you will in a little while.    See the novelties in  Madras.   Caaemenl   Cloths,   I
Scrims, etc."   Many  pleasing  designs and colorings are here i.i unforgettable   variety.
1
showing mould, the baskets full and
though | well  packed.
Mr.  Morgan, manager of the Oscar
, Brown   Fruit  company   of   Edmonton, i Sim
<?ver  displayed  the   greatest  interest   informed me that  Mr. Griffon, repre-   g
Charming Effects in Casement Cloths
So popular for Curtains and  Draplngs,    Dainty  designs  In  Btencllled and Btriped efTi
Casement Cloths in light huff shades.    At 50c, 65c, ami 75c yard.
Attractive Muslins
At 40c and 50c per Yard.
Pretty designs In self-color and contrasting shades nn White   and Cream Muslin.
with the appearance of  madras;   Is   inches   wide.     40c   and   50c   per yard
Exti
Novelties in Madras
^^HHM ... ���f 1,1- ' renting   the   American   houses,     had i fi
the  welfare  and  happiness of his   bQught  .^   ^...^     .  _.,.,,..,,,. Qu
But   King   Gei rge  Vashon island, paying, F. O. B. there,]
In   ^^^^^^^
colonial   subjects
may claim to have a pretty thorough >-^J\,l  .    , , ���,.,  of thp out.put of I
personal ince with  his over- the island I have had placed it at 7."..-  ;
i- i    ,���,!���,.   <������,.,.   an 000 cases.    Salem.  Oregon, are offer-
seas  ('omamF.   which   todav  toim  so . . ,      ���
seas ..,,,                            t  $1.50  per  case,
nd valuable a part of the F. O. B. there, bul cosl of transporta-l
r��jw
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Many exclusive designs   in this collection.    Paris colored   Madras, with two and llu
signs interwoven:   also colored stencilled border effect  on Cream   Colored  Madras.    From 85c tu $1.
Cream Madras
From 25c to $1.00.
Extensive   variety   in   Creaffl Madras;  a charn ing(   of floral anl sel design
everj   purse.    From  25c  to $1.00 per ___
!!
Paris Colored Madras
So much in demand this season, in
splendid and serviceable curtaining.
   e :-. ���   irtmenl  ol    ll  ictl ���   patterm   and tl
From 40c lo 85c yard.
Cable Net
In White Ecru and Green, specially .
n   ommendatlon.    From  50c to 85c per yard.
The   Hen.
ibli   ���
i___tc:-%~r::i:__. ,;�����. U'lsai
IMPOUNutD.
A   pn   '
ous'colorlngi
I        That this first-hand experi- u,on jf M^!:r. : re' ;":'ki'!^ j' hind"l^ Lump
-.,    aIm081 pro :"' "'"��� T" bnnS themin at claimed will
reatest ] that carload rawbi \-,l ,1
f^r.r���   Atir.-).-.^.    u���*~i�� �����j  u_���������j A-. noon.
iinpo
Empi
< ncel ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
.    , , %3H __.���f v���_   from  Mission,  Hatzlc and  Han i
help to himinb. '-  BC    ,
en of sovereignty late,  May 28.    Arrived   in   .-
inditlon,  but.   somewhal
-'���'������
of < -  ��� ��� of Strawl
.-   ���     ue to Ca
-  -   t in fou   ;   ;       Fri i-i:; rate,
slight advant lbs   Duty,  18c. 10c.
to thi pie -- the in-      '  '    I grown lettuce,
;        i     ufflcient i
to sup] ly   ;       di mand,  . old   by  job-
... leration of �� '���'���  !   ' ;I'  l0c ���" >' ':"z,'n- s";"
ling  imported   lettuce at    the    same
Africa,   tl connected p ;,-...
 I The B. C. vegetable growers  must
���^0 tl.eir  ] rcl'icts  on  these markets
\}\ .' of a remarkable character,  and  such   early if they are to obtain proHtab!e
as thi   bl tory        the world lias not   returns.
hitherto recorded.    For it  is but the
span  of  our  late   sovereign's
since Bper and Briton were a; deadly
One bay mare.
Bog Spavin on nigh
on nigh fore le      I
I -   sold  Jum   n a-
Colorzd Madras in Wide Variety
Bhowing  In  fancy Madras, llghl and dark c< wltl floral di
;���     t fail to -:-   these.   From 50c to $1.00 pei yard   yard.
Art Muslins of AH Descriptions
New \V( stmii
11.   II.  BATT,
P   ind ki
.nine 8, 1910.
We  have the   wid    t rangi ored  Art   Muslin in thi   -  '.
,1  -. ., nd.    Fi "..i  10c to 2ic | er : ard.
floral   di   '  ���
,/
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.   a. .mam***      l_*^. i^ a*���*.'****���
���
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I   would   advise   fruit  growers   and
shippers of  Hritish  Columbia  to  per-
reign ffc('t their Bhipping facilities and marketing  arrangements  and    give    the
 I greatest care to ali the details in put- '. (5
war, the culmination of a bitter race  Hug  up their fruits this season.
,  .      , From   the   present   reported   heavy
fued that  had existed for long years  crop   ,,,,.,  ���ood  ;md finishod    product
before.    Today  these  two  old  antag-   will sell, while the poor and unfinish-
. ,        ed mav go begging for sate.   Peaches
onlsta are at peace together, and are'        iik(,ly from I,.,.,,nt reportg t() ,���.
an  exceptionally   large    crop    everywhere. This with the energetic efforts
a Few Left oi ill
t End View
Lots
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mutnally concerned in the good government  and  successful   development
Being put forth on the part of Ameri-
of a vast and richly productive coun-  can growers and shippers to sell their
trv.   There is perhaps no other nation   J"-"ducts In  these  markets  will  have',
1 ' the  tendency  to  reduce the price.    I
tout   the    British   which   would   have   would  also advise  growers tind  ship- :
granted all the freedom and privileges  "fs to get quotations into the hands
I of  wholesale and  retail  dealers  with
of autonomy to a great people whom | estimate of   crop,   and  varieties    for
sale as soon as crop Is assured.
There is  a  very  determined  effort
on   the  part of  jobbers    everywhere
it    had    subjugated   but  eight   short
years before.
To the man who led his brother
IJoers to battle and oft to victory
nas been awarded the honor of filling the high position of first premier
of the new colony. It must be said
to the credit of General Louis Botha
that he is the one man best fitted for
this great dignity in the country
whose government, he now directs. As
^oon afi the clash of battle had ceased
-and pence was made he directed his
Hifforts to the good work of inducing
Jiis fellows to recognize the justice
and wisdom of accepting the kindly
rule of their conquerors. That done
Tie lias since been foremost in cementing the tie of friendship and equality
which is now so happily consummated
toy that freedom and power wliich
South  Africa enjoys under the aegis
'.To  the   ma  who  led   his  brother
here, operating through their boards
of trade, to get the present, tariff on
fruit reduced from the American side.
These efforts and agitation along this
line are likely to be continued. Any
action by the Dominion government
In this direction should be opposed
by fruit growers east and west most
energetically.
(Sgd.)    J. C. METCALFE,
Commissioner,
'GET  THE   HABIT"
SPECIAL
TODAY
���ODD  PIECES OF  DINNERWARE���
At 5c, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 50c, and 75c.
In Lot 10, Sub. Block 12, between 8th and
10th Avenues, to the east of 18th Street.
Price $350, one quarter cash, balance (5, 12
and 18 months. These lots are close to the
new cut off, and you will be wise if you step
in now and secure them.
Two Good Buys
2 nice lots on  Hamilton   St.,   all cleared,
50x150.    Price $800 each cash, or $1000 on
terms.
Lot 7 on 11th St., Block 19, Sub. block 7.
Price $750 on terms.
Maple Ridge
120 acres of good land, close to Mission City
Price is $35 per acre. $1000 cash handles
this.   Balance on very easy terms.
('; :s leave Wostmlnster for '��� r at 5:50, <
v ��� '    nd evi ry hall  i oui  then ifter until 11 p. m.
Cai ;i le ������ i- V'ancou> er for \V< Bl al      50,  <
and everj  half hour thereaftei  until  11:30 p. m.
Return  Pare:   Adult.. 60c;  children  under  12,
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   foi   Va
a.  mi. and every  half houi  thereafter until u  p. m-
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a.  m-.  ���'
every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p.  m.
Sunday Excursion  Kates:   Return fare, 60c; chlldn
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leuve Westminster for Vn ���
at 7:20 a. m.. 11:20 a. m. and 3l20 p. m. Freight cars leave \-:
couver  for  Westminster  at  9:20, l:li0 and 6:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON    LINE,
.iinlts Lim���-ii minute Bervice from 6:16 a. m. t<
City^	
Sunday Service���Half hourly between s a
Sapperton Line���20 minute service, from 6:
Sunday  Service���Half  hourly between 8:30
 ll I ���
m.  and  11   P- '"���
"i a. in-
. 111.
to ii iop !;! !
md 11 p. "'���
The  Fair
646 Columbia Street.
Wc buy for cash and sed for thc s-.ime.
The British Canadian Securities
Company, Limited
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:    The Dominion Trust
M_PBBMBMBB_JMBMi
��� B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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We carry in stock an assortment of BLUE WHITE WESS
Prices  In Hlnns  $40  to  $400.
These  . oods  are   the   BEST procurable in Canada, aim
ure to show same.
HOWARD   AND LONGINE   WATCHES.
THE
JEWELER
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I 25c per box.   Try It. j
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EDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACE VIVA
SPORTING NEWS
fclS TIE LEAUERS BY
MR1N0 THiHTEEN RONS
Turner's    Aggregation    Comes
ipithln  Measureable  Distance of
Winning Classy  Game.
exciting game of baseball at
Darb  yesterday  evening the
.J,'Iie   Within   the   swish  of   a
mil  from  nosing  out  a  vlc-
,,-lng the Maple Leafs In a six-
ffalr.   Each aide s^red tfcir-
the  Alerts rolling  up  tbe
f their circles in  tbe fifth |
in an
en's
���ei'1*
r
Iin?
m runB,
,ii'ile"tbe Leafs tucked away
if i
T-i
l:"
National   League.
At Brooklyn��� R.
Cincinnati    0
Brooklyn    lo
At  Uoston��� H.
Pittsburg   .
j Boston     1
At Philadelphia��� R,
: Chicago     0
Philadelphia   1
* *
Here Arc A Few Soaps |:
We have for exclusive sale.lot on Regina street, between First e ���
and Second streets, only $650; l-i cash; balance In 6 and 12 months * *
at 7 per cent. *  a
SURREY
$2,200 tor 10 acres, house and   ham;   about   E   acres  cleared   and
under cultivation.
Also 5-acre block in Section   10, 'Block 5, North Range 2 West at
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A     ��> *
Jl.iiiu per  acre,
at 7 per cent.
Terms  V.   cash;  balance In 6, 12 and 18 months
and Front street properties.   We have some
FOR SALE
At Detroit-
Detroit
American League.
R.
I
IT.
II.
4
8
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do. en counters in the third
' .,, hat. Had it not been for
,,';,.,!   arrangement   of   nature
",, ,.,lS.s on,, night between
,   the   teams   would   be   sllll
Une down the grass on the oval.
,-    umpire 1    in    perfect
.,.   th..   heroes   of   the
Alerts���McPhall, p.   Jamie-
, ,,.l  Poupore, p. and  Hrown,
1 lb; Sinclair. 2b;  Peele, ss;
Ityall, If;  Poupore and Mo-
own  and  Jamleson,   rf.
Corbetl   and   Silver,   p;
Hanford,   lb;   Roach,   2b;
.. m' g8;  Hanford, 3b;   Bulltvan,
., cf; Dlgnam, rf.
Coast   League.
Francisco���
\ Matins, Coulthard & Co. f \
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At San Francisco��� R. H. E.
Oakland    1 5 l
San Francisco   o l -1
At Portland��� EL ii. E.
I'orthutd     7 n 1
Los Angeles     l - 5
No  oilier  games  on Tuesday.
Northwestern League.
At  Tacoma��� It-
Seattle       1
Tacoma       7
Batteries���Seaton   and   Shea;    Mc-
Cammont and Byrnes.
At Spokane 110 In.)���
Vancouver   	
Spokane    	
Batteries���Chlnault, Kuse
ami Sugden; Brown, Killil
and  Ostdeik.
II.
4
8
ii.  i-:.
CRYSTAL  THEATRE
EXTRA  SPECIAL   ATTRACTION
Ref.  No.
5
6
8
121
119
Iif
104
94
130
44
12
4
97
Rooms.
9
9
7
7
6
6
5
7
6
6
5
5
3
Cash  Down.
$1,500
Offer
$800
$000
$1.1100
$800
$50U
$500
$500
$250
$400
$500
$000
Price.
$5,000
$3,400
$2,500
$2,400
$2,500
$2,250
$2,000
$1,900
$1,800
$1,050
$1,050
$1,5UD
$1,400
THE FUNERAL CEREMONIES OF KINO EDWARD \il.
ACTUAL  SCENES  OF   PROCESSION
Wednesday and Thursday Only - Reg. Prices 5c & 10c
li
������������:
imtemute Has  Broken   Finger.
mlf"  Wintemute   Is   nursing   a
which be secured as a
der of  (lie   lust   lacrosse   game
A trifle like this, how-
will ix.i  Interfere with  Punk's
��� e on  the held at the next
c with Con's merry men.
Standing   of
Cubs.
Won. Uist. Pet.
Vancouver
Tacoma .
Spokane .
Seattle
23
.19
Shall the Dead  Rise?
��Ing   appealed   in   the   Ke-
��� -Ier on June 3:    "J. 1). Moir,
' ' '���!  Hie Alberta Amateur La-
iclation, arrived in the city
ming.   Joe states that lacrosse
boom In the Alherta prov-
year, and he hopes to see
a  competitor  in  the  national
��� again.
Games Today.
Vancouver at Spokane.
Seattle at Tacoma.
NG
TORONTO
TOLD
IS
TO
CURL   UP
the Vancouver Sporting Mail���
ronto paper remarks thai Montis foolish to agree to Western
Is for the Minto Cup, since tbe
g In Hritish Columbia runs so
that if a Western referee were
ow an outside team (o cany the
��� ist. he might as well pack up
uggage and Immediately prepare
dlow it. unless be preferri 1 to
rever niter an outcast in his own
Whisper Didn't Help.
London, June 7.���At the London
International horse show Mr. Murray's
Wasp won third prize, value loo.
Lieutenant Sifton made somewhat of
a sensation when riding Flying Dutchman. Ile seemed to whisper In his
horses ear and rode at great speed
| but, unfortunately, although he rode
splendidly, he did not get any of the
money. This morning Mr. Murray's
horse Ironside showed fine form in
jumping. Mr.  Murray did not jump.
TROLLEY PARTY.
^^^^^^^^ PURE GOODS AXE
COWan'S Perfection COCOa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquette*, Wafers, Medallion*, Etc.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERT GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
White, Shiles
& Company
���                                    628   AND   746   COLUMBIA   STREET J
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BIB MEXICAN MINE
SELLS FOR 8,000,000
Railway Time Tables
Contractors and
House Builders
B. C.
ll   is   ;i   nice,  sportsmanlike
��� for ;   u.    Did not Xew- \Y.Ht-
i easl and win the enp
all the odds the bidders
could   bring   to    hear,    with
��� i n   officiating   through Just
much of the game .-is any-
���ed?    Then   is   there   any-
ilr   in   expei I i      the  chai-
to  observe   ihe   same  condi-
re   Imposed   on   the  mon
��� d  from  here and can led
bIIvi rware?    Perhaps    the
would   like   to   hav.'   West-   |_ORD
enl   i"   play   with    one
d : i In oi der
-   effi cl   of  the    "sl i ong
Ri iti- h     Coin
n   ;
e to ���
i   i   ��� the i
I i Imagine   but i
��� ii it  fnii lv nnd .; |ti
i   pnrdom d   for  Inslstine
e deal which was mete 1
11. meted oul to tbe east-
n,"  or  word i  to  thai   ef-
���  calling attention to the
" *   old saying, "It is a poor
��� wuti't  work both ways," Is
��� 'hiss  working  order.
���  v, iii you please curl up in
nnd quit your yelping.
West    End    Lacross*   Club    Members
Will Visit Vancouver on Friday.
Arrangements lmve now been completed for the trolley party, organized
by   the West I"ml intermediate lacrosse
club, to Vancouver on Friday evening, ,
w hen a chartered cur will leave the j
B.   ('.   K.   K.   at   6:50   o'clock   sharp,
and will  leave Vancouver on the return    journey    at    half    past    eleven
o'clock.     Thkets   for   the   round   trip |
are   being   sold   by   members   of   thel
club;   these tickets,  plus  fifty  cents.
will   entitle   the   holder   to   a   dollar |
Beat at the Empress theatre, where a
.-ection   of   the   house   has   been   reserved   for the   lacrosse   hoys.    The
\isit  to the theatre, where   "The Second Mrs. Tanqueray" will occupy the
hoards, is optional.
El   Tigre
Which   Has   Been   on   Mar
ket for   Some  Time,   Goes to
Americans.
DERBY  WILL   RUN
THE   KING'S   HORSES
I .on lon   .' une  T.���- Lord   Derby  wil]
���    '        ip    i I
Gi      e's l      I the end of
t ���������   ,. ��� I i', ,-ard   b "i'ii i
his racing stable and breeding stud to
��� e,   nd I      '       i  will carry
then   on ns In      ofore     Tl ere ai e 25
es in training and  most of them
wi i" engaged unl ii 1912  but the di ath
ol   King   Edward  voided  thi   engai ���
ments,   King George has t' dlowed the
example of his father after the death
of   Que n    Victoria   in   leasing   i he
horses to a patrician member i
turf   until   he   makes   his   own   debut
as an owner.
PRISON FOR STOCK BROKER.
i sabal
San Antonio, Tex_, June 7.���Within
a week the sale of the Ll Time gold
mine In Mexico to American capitalists will be consummated. The mine
i- located In the Nacozari district. In
the state of Sonora, about thirty miles
from the station of Yaabal. The company which will acquire the property
is composed chiefly of Kansas City
men.
The mine has been   In the   market
for some time al  prices    tluctua   i
around $5,1 00,000, bul the reci nl
of a very rich vein sent up the pi   e
by $3,000,000, and $8,000 000 gold will
now be paid by the prospective purchasers. So far the mine hi a produce i
gold and solver t<> I he value ol i
683, l;:i\ing been put in operation i ite
\n if".:.   The nes I profll In 1909, after
deducting every expense, wns $586,	
a figure which exceeds bj $200
previous records made by its management.      Dividends    paid    last    year
amounted to $409,500 gold.
It is understood that the new owners of the property will enlarge the reduction plant of the mine considerably, and that hereafter 500 tons of
quartz will be handled per day. one-
half of which will he smelted, while
the "ther half will be cyanided. Work
has already begun on a 1.000 horse
! power steam plant and an electric
'��� road   will   he  built   from  the  mine  to
EL. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneauie.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Wesl-
minster at 5:56, 0:0u. T:2U and.8<00
a..ui., aud every half hour thereafter
uutil li:30 p.m.
C ,-. .-ave New Westminster for Van
c-.��Hver at 5:60, 6:20, 6:60. 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour there
afcer  uutil  11:00 u.m.
\V e have a tui!   Ime   of
Bunders  Hardware in tn<
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
tlie   Best
ie City.
money.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
S-inday  Schedule.
Cars- leave Vancouver tor New Wesi
minuter at 8:00 and 0:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter uuti
11:30 p.m.
Cars have New Westminster for Vai
couver nt "-on a.m nr ��� . - -,- na
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
The Timberland Lumber Company,   Ltd.
^^^^^^^^^^ MANUFACTURERS   OF       ^^^
Fir Cedar and Spruce Lumber,ReuglT, Dressed and Kiln
mension Timber and Shingles. Cedar Poles and Piling in
tity.
Dried,   Di-
any  quan-
Ask Us for
Prices
Eburns   Line.
Cars   ;   ive   New   Westminster   at
a.m. and every hour until ll p.m.
Cars li      ���  Vancouver al   7  a.m. und
every hour until 10 p.m.
On  Sundays cars leave Westminster
at  9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
tin Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
s a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Office,   Room  8, Thompson Ulk
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director
New  Westminster,   B.  C.
O. Box 953
northern   Railway.
ar.  Seattle
|ANT PITCHER  HAS
GUARDIAN   TO   WATCH
HIM
I
k being thi
ti
i ibllc
ymond, New York Qiani
, enjoys the distinction
only perconally conduct-
��� r now appearing before
- lkog   Kindly   to   his   new
."'HI
The new   keeper.  I ��ick  1-ul-
,   ioimer policeman, l m-
and   .   husky  person, says it
'        no (] 'Terence   whether  "Bugs
' im or not.    He will stick
""��� |oh and watch the QlantB' spit
to  see   that   he   does   not
long or too frequently with
'  Howll       howl.
oes every place with the
IS Pitcher, sleeps with him and
I1.'1' i" and from the ball park
���im. McGraw knew it would be use
' ' attempl to force "nuns" ,0
booze alone entirely, so Fuller
omission to permit Raymond to
HO   many   glasses   of   beer   per
risiymond denies that his keep-
���-" 1      Hack   of
J1'" '      -011111111    book. ^^^^^^^^^
���total reaches the limit, checks him
says there ls no fun in
when  there is  always  a
Appropriated Big Checui. to Own Use.;
Sent to Jail.
Albany, X. Y��� June 7��� Harold Q. I
Meadows, a member Of a firm Of stock
brokers in Buffalo, must serve his
sentence at Auburn pilson, oi not h.-s
than three years and three months
or   more   than   six   years   und   three
months.
The court of appeals today affirmed
the  Judgment   of   the   lower  courts,
which found Meadows builly of grand
larceny of the lirst degree. Meadows
bought stock upon the order of William M. Silver.thorne tind received
therefor a cheque of $72,012.60 which
he appropriated to his own use, not
paying for the stocko order,
MANY PAPERS READ.
With! THE  FAULT  EXPLAINED.
rini
ndum
1^^^ 'aches
1]l'     Hugs"
R'ltlnr   lull
the drinks  If    a
,   and   when     the
Capetown, June 7.���Interviewed
here today. Dr. tl. 11. Pnrtin snM ">��
failure of Rhodes scholars In South
Africa was not tlie fault of the Uieu
themselves, but lay in the manner of
selection. They were chosen when too
young nnd too undeveloped mentally
thus their athletic attainments were
superior    to    their    intellectual
The Hague, June 7.���The arbitration court has removed to a commodious room In the hall of the Knights
of Xethoi-laliil. where the second
peace conference was held.
Anions;   those  to   retut   papers   were
Miss   Fellows,   of   the   Heather   club,
: Toronto:    Dr,  Holdbrook,   Hamilton;
"r, MUchell, Brockville; Dr. J. O. Elliot,   Toronto:     Dr.   Archibald,   Kamloops;  Dr. Laft'erty, Calgary; Dr. Sey-
ii uiir, Suskatcnewan; Ur. Saltier, Winnipeg;   Dr.  Walker.  St. John.  X.  B.;
Dr. Millar. Kentville. N. S.,; Dr. Stewart. Halifax, and Dr. McNeil, Summer-
' side.
JAW  BONE CURIO
FOUND
Great
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Lv.  X. W. 11 a.m.
.m.
I.v. X. w. 4:30 p.m.; ar. Se
p.m.
Lv. X. w. 12:27 a.m.; ar.
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m.;  ar.
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:3a p.m.;  ar.
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.
p.m.
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Seattle 7:15
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ar. N.W. 6:20
N.W. 6
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Have you seen the new goods at Gray's Jewellery Store?
If not. do not delay. If you nre looking for a wedding present
we ettn show you a beautiful assortment of Cut Glass and Silverware.
We have some rich designs in Fern Dishes. Vases, Salad Bowls,
Decanters,  Bakers and Chafing Dishes.
Prices from $2.50 to $25.00.
John B. Gray
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!N   LANDSLIDE
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves Xew Westminster daily, except Sunday, from water front freight
shed 3:30 p.m. and from bridge passenger station 3:50 p.m.; arrives at
Port Guichon 6:30 p.m.
Leaves Port Guichon 7:00 a.m.
' daily, except Sunday, arrives at New
j Westminster bridge passenger station
,9:20   a.lv...   water   front   freight   s
9:30 a.m.
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G,   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves   Sumas   6:00   a.m..    arrives
bridge  passenger  station    9:L'O
i water  front  freight  shed    9:30
daily except Sunday. ^^^^^
i Leaves New Westminster water
front freight shed at 3:30 p.m., bridge
passenger station 3:50 p.m., arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday.
WATCHMAKER  AND JEWELLER.
a     Dominion   Trust   Block. Columbia   St.
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a.m.
a.m.
���Ful
i������ i  OP  around.
The
dsniB
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regret  that
l 've his
thev
1
Times Defends King.
London Times, answering crltl-i
of non-conformist   newspapers;
1 the King's announcement that be
1 continue as a patron of the turf,
"There will  be some who will
the  King has  decided to
countenance to a sport which
chiefly regard as an incentive to
.j'"1"- and gambling. If the turf were
"' vile thing  its enemies  represent
' ' '" ��� King Kdward would not have
,    ,Ml'd it. for tb,, greater part of
1]"    We are not blind to llie d'Ui-
ls "' the turf, but we are convinced
."'",l!l" Participation of the King will
"ul '" maintain  the purity  of  tbe
""i to diminish its drawbacks."
p..p     aimortor     lo
powers. .,
Dr.   Part in   suggests   tin
���t  r.f n  real  teaching
SSi -choftlafsmay receive.the neces
��a.-y preliminary grounding.
establish-
university
FLOODS COST N. P. $351,202.
Figures Submitted^ the State  Rail
froad Commission.
Olympia, June 7.-Floods and wash-
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* Lightning  Strikes Regiment.
Bport.
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Dresden,  Saxony.   Tune   7.
Lightning   struck   an   1. ;      >
regiment   thai    was   .������:���" Jg!
nto   the   German   camp  beg
this afternoon.    A whole
pa.iv was muled to   he grogj
Three   soldiers   were   MUM
outright    and    fifteen   other*
were seriously  injured.
Port  Townsend, June 7.-The    jaw
ssr.5 t f��3
mense si/.e. It was found about eignt
feet below the surface of the grounp
in a landslide near Port Williams, on
the str-ilts of Fuca. Near where the
jaw bone was found several. pieces oi     ^"^���:'        cost the Northern Pa
srsrtfs ssrtBJ ass i8 is Js ^ ^?, ���
relic will he seni ~*_ ^ ^^ submitted to the state rail
road commission by General Manager
H C. Nutt. The actual loss not counting loss of'earnings while the line was
tide up is given as $140,437, being
what was paid out In making repairs.
In addition, $210,10,5 was spent in new-
work to guard against a repetition of
the tieup. Of the total loss $136,017
was on tbe Tacoma division, $112,037
on the Seattle division and tbe balance
sity for classification.
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TWO   MORE   LINERS.
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London, June 7.���It is exacted that two express steamers will he built for the Wh te
Star and Dominion lines for
Bervlce between Liverpool.and
Canada.
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on the rest of the road.
Automobile Insurance
���AGAINST--
Fire - Theft - Collision
There is a constant danger that enjoyment of your car may be
spoiled by accident or malice, but you can insure it at a small expense, on the road. In transpoi tation or ln any building ln Canada
and In the United States against fire, theft, collision, self-ignition,
equipment, etc. Insure your machine before you meet with an accident.   For full particulars and rates call, phone or write.
ALFRED  W.  McLEOD
"The Insurance Man"
Suite 1, Curtis-Armstrong Blk.     Phone 62
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, jUNE
r-im'x ���-%*> y-^JS^aHig^iKiE^gaaaga nrjrjz'.z?rx?��sT^tti3��
DOES it ever strike you, Mr. Merchant,
what a vast increase of business you
could have by advertising your goods to the
general public ?
Do you ever consider how few of the people
in this town know that you are in business, or
what line of goods you carry ?
You may have fine window displays, splendid assortments, and very moderate prices
compared, with Vancouver. The shoppers who
come down town can inspect your goods, appreciate your displays and purchase exclusively from the merchants who claim their attention and can supply their needs.
But there are large numbers of people living
up town, away from the main centre, who, on
account of the distance they have to walk,
seldom come to see what you have.
For this reason we advocate advertising in
The Daily News. Let those people living
some distance from your store know what you
are selling and at what prices. Let them
know that they can get goods at your store as
excellent in quality and moderate in price as
those obtained in Vancouver, or any mail-order
stores out of town.
FRAIO STUDIES
ELECTION PLANS
Her Experts Visit Belgium
and Like the System in
Vogue There.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
UNION   LODGE,  No. 9,  A.  K.   _���   A.
^1���The  reguiar meeting    ot thi
Lodge is hold on the first Wedttj
day in each month, at 8 o'clock j/m
In the Masonic Temple,   Dr.
DeWolf Smith, secretary.
Bank of M
ESTABLISHE]
7_H
KING SOLOMON LODGE, No.,17,
A. F. & A. M��� Regular communications of this lodge are held or the
second Tuesday In each mo/tu in
the V.dBOnio Temple at S il in. P.
Broad, secretary.
CAPITAL
RESERVE
Paris. June 7.���In Prance, where
electorate reform is now the Issue ol
tin. hour, the n rent elections in Belgium were watched "id; Bpecial Interest because their "representation pro-
portlorielle" or R.P., as li is familiarly
ailed here, is in full operation.
i; p. is an elaborately worked out
system to give all political parties
representation according to the number of votes polled, in other words,
the abandonment of the absolute dom
inatioii oi majority rule now In vogue
i France and some olhrr    coiitin. ntal
countrif s.
France Criticised.
in  France  especially,  the  existing
,-.oem ni electing  members to    the
chamber of deputies in whose hands
olitical power of the state is concentrated,   is   severely   criticised   not
onlj on the grounds thai majorities in
pi.ill dietricts  make local  considerations outweigh Hie   national Interests,
p the broader ground that    the
��� rlti '8, often hut a few votes be-
dnd  Un'  majorities, have  no  repre
ii Mathm at  all.
The remedy is proposed for larger
iti lets, electing from eighl to flfti en
deputies upon a general platform,
with porportional representation for
the minorities when thej are of suf-
Bcient size to cast \ ites of respectable dimensions.
The electoral experts sent to Bel-
hiutn generally commend thi system
there, but take exceptions to the plural voting enjoyed by lar. or tax payers
and persons with advanced educati ���:.-
.1 attainments. A sample of how the
system works in Belgium, disregarding the popular voting, can !"��� gathered from the results at Antwerp,
v :.��� re thirteen seats were vacant. The
Catholic ticket polled 82,878 votes, the
Liberals 65,541 and the Socialists 16,-
Under the system of majority rule.
th. Catholics would have captured the
entire thirteen seats. Under the R.
I' system each of the total votefi received by a ticket was divided hy one.
two. three, four, up to thirteen, and
the quotients of these divisions became, in the order of numerical pre-
cedance,  the  order  of  dividing    the
-t��� .   B  hetween  the  pat th S.
Some Results.
In this particular case it resulted In
uiwng the lirst seat to tlie lirst Catholic,   the   Becond   to   a    Liberal,   ihe
tl Ird  to a  Catholic, fourth    Liberal,
fifth  Catholic,  sixth   Liberal   Beventh
Catholic, eighth Liberal, ninth Boclal
1st, tenth Catholic, eleventh Catholic,
twelfth liberal and thirteenth Catholic.
in other words the Catholics upon
their total vote Becured seven seats,
the Liberals flve an 1 the Socialists
one. wliich works out almost mathematically according to tie proportion
of the votes cast.
. 0. L., No. 1169��� Meets iu. Uie
K. of 1*. building, corner of Agnes
and Eighth streets, on the f/st and
third Fridays of each month Henry
Bennett, w. M., Nell .1. Mathlson,
secretary.
ROYAL ORANGE LODGE, No/l5��3.
Meets 111 K. of P. building /coi nor
Agnes und Eighth streets, ffist and
third Wednesdays of each mouth
at s p. in. Leigh Netherby, W. Mc,
VV. Scott Phipps, recording secretary; .1. MacLean, financial secretary.
I. 0, 0, P., Royal City Lodge No. 8���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in new odd Fellow Hall,
Eighth stieet. comer of Ci nai von
street, every Friday even/ng tit &
o'c.ock. ll J, lr". N Q . \V. II
Orr,  recording secretary.
I.  o. o.  c,  Amity  Lodge  No.  2:
The regular me-tings of thl| lodge
are he'd t:i Old P.-.h.w. ball,
cor.  Carnarvon  and   KUInH stents.
everj   Monday  evening at�� o'clock.
J. Ferguson. N 0.; W. f. Coathain.
P.  G.,  recording  secretarj.   it   A
Moore,   financial   secretary.
1817,
*11tn��>*
Branches throui hoi -   n
Newfoundland,  anu   |���   Hi'    .
land, New Vo,i,, , , ^dori, ,.;���
C.S.A..  and   Jl,,., g?y   ��8w��
hanking     buslm 1   ,.     A Be .
tors of Credit Isi ,    ''. ��H
correspondents  ii,    all     "
world. par'
Savings Hank Departments    I
reci ived in sun 1
and interest ajlowi , "' "l'��iit
annum  (presenl   .   , ��tl
Total   Assets   ,
NEW  WE8TMINSTER Pp.,
G. D,  !;,:���,   ,'    7, E.. AfJCH
NATIVE sons OP 1
���Meets every thl  i'ti [tJ,  *
month In K, ,,  p. . .
���'���'i'ccJ
lips,   chief   fac
secretary.
R08
OF  C0L1 MBIA   LOI
116.S.0.E   .:  .
ond and fourth
In   the   K    of   P   1 ...       p   ,
presldenl,   ||.   !���.,
FRATERNAL  0RD1 R  or toT
Acie No  20    Meei   .     ,
evening at  8 p. m. I    ��� ,    ,
ball,  Columbia
held, secretary,
��� ���:--,
HARMONY    ENCAMPMENT,  No.   2.
I. O. O. P,���Meets every second
and fourth Wednesday o' the
month in I. O. 0. F. hall.   George
Adams erand patriarch; B. L. Web
her. scribe.
TAKES THREE YEARS
TO CONVERT SCHOLAR
1. o. 0. F. Itfuiah Rebekah lodge
No 5���The regular m^lng* of
this lodge are h��ld in new Odd
Fehows' hall, Eighth street, corner of Carnarvoa street, every first
and third Thursday of each month
at 8 o'clock. Mrs. May Matheson.
N, c, . Miss M. D. Johnston, secretary.
A. 0. U. W. FriK^r 1-olg- No. 3���
Meetings the first/and third Tuesdays in each ino/th. Lodge room,
A. 0. U. W. Kail. Odd Fellow;,'
block, ("larksgfl street, C. S C/
rigan. recorder; Geoi ge Salt,
ter workman.
GRANITE LODGE NO   ;���   y .-.?
Meets   every   Thui
in the K. of P. ha      w T ' ~A
l��y. C. C;   A.   McDi nald
and S. '
! CANADIAN     ORDER,    \y    (1
Camp No.  53,  mei I    ln the o'd
0. 0. P.  hall.    D   8  C
Commander;   F,  I 1   I anfleld, C.
COURT  BRUNETTE   Na  Tf.
F.���Meets the fourth Friday in
month   at   8   o'< lock  In tii'o ��
ball.Odd Felhw    1   .,���)<   j g p^
j     ton, G. R .  F. It   Miiwall.recor^l
secretary.
ROYAL   TEMPLARS   OP ";   ;   |
ANCE���Meel  erei t i   ....   ...
o'clock  p.  in.  In  1 Idd Fel owj :i,|
Columbia stieet    Be.��ct Couiid
W.   F.   Haggman;   record!:..     *\
tary, George  Purr.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. Iyitd of the Isles
Camp ill���Meets on the second
and fourth Tue.day. of every
month In K. of I' ball. Chief A
llalcrow, J, ,1. Forrester, recording
secretary.
KNIGHTS OF C0L1 MB1 Si       .
1283 ���Meets   second   and fart'1
Mondays at 8 p. ::;   In SI  :
hall.
A. 0.  P.-  Courl
8X08, meets in   Knights of I
ball on the Qrsl      I third Ft*
of each month    '        ',���'���'-
iting in ethren ��������� ��� j j '���>
didph, secretary.
Toronto, June 7.���According to the
statistics presented al the annual
meeting of the Toronto Baptisi Sunday School association in Jarvis Streel
Baptist church last evening, it takes
a teacher three years to efTect the
conversion of one scholar. Dr. Ralph
E. Hooper, the retiring president, in
his address deplored the Indifference
of the teachers, which alone could be
responsible for such a condition nf nf-
fairs. What, was needed was a determined and deflnil ��� elTnri alone this
line, which after all. said Dr. Hooper,
was the primary object of the Hun-
day Bchool. Excessive organization
was doing to death the \ Ital dynamic
force of the Sunday school.
The statistical report presented by
E. 0. White, showed that the total
enrollment in all the forty Baptisi
schools in the district was 10,259, The
largest school was Walmer Road, with
824 membei h an 1 the econd was C in-
tury with 81 I. Of the B25 babies on
the cradle roll for the city, Century
had If 1 and for the Bhowing In this
respect a bi eei-il ee tlfl ��� iti ��� 1 pre
sent. 1. The number ol Bchi 1 tra to
join the church dm in. the ypnr ���������'-,s
i 16, College Street leading with fitly-
si\. Cenl ui 1 was ag tin sec u 1 1
; hirt; four,    Tbe total gl\ lngs of the
Bchools  v.    .lo 167  and  of this   .6
338   v ei e   de\ oti !   to   c.i --ion.-   an 1
charity.
Mr. White (Im w attentl ������< to "�����
fact thai there nre now- 206 adull
Blb'e classes In C e citv anil that the
complaint so persistently made some
years aro thai II wjjs Impossible to
get scholars over fhe :"���(��� of "i'teen
years to attend school had ceased to
have foundation.
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Hotel Butler Im]
Fourth Avenue and MtrtOfl JtNU
SEA7T1E
rates:
Room   $1   p-r   day   up.
Room   and   board   *\2J60 per <���*) u'-
Room   with   bath   $-r,�� P" A>- "'���
Room with b.ith and board J4p<rdl).
All  ratslde rooms, with he. u   1
water, steam beat, long dlitsncetm
phone, "Bus mpets all tralni u    '-
The Daily  News wil! bei
in our reading room
CARLSON  an n'-��T Mr
B.C. Mills
Timber  and  Trading
Co.
FINISH
^-fp- \~~~ ^Manufacturers and Dealers in A.U Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR
TURNED   WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN    A1""
FANCY  GLASS.
Royt I City Planing Mills  Branch
Nfw   Westminster
D'.J'
NEW   WINDSOR   STATION
TO   HAVE   BABY  SECTION
*^:.ll&M
Eastcrtrook Milling  Company,
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75   per   bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bf
I   f\ *     Q   r       FLOUR ANT) PEED MERCHAN^
kl]uarne & to.���
I
Montreal, June 7.���The plans for the
new Windsor street station of the
Canadian Pacific railway provide for
a startling Innovation. They show
that tbe company proposes to add another to Its many lines of activity,
and will shortly enter upon the heart
stirring enterprise of dry nursing.
The enterprise has not heen decided
upon without the exercise of much
thought and meditation. All the heads
of the Canadian Pacific are family men
and therefore well qualified to pronounce upon the commercial asneci of
nursing. In their collective judgment
this matter has not been given that attention in Canada that lt ought to
have had, and so, just, as tho company
has started farms and model henneries
and model gardens us object, lessons
to the people of tiie proud Dominion,
so now it proposes to start a model
creche to show with mathematical precision the lines on which the human
offspripg ought to be i eared. 1
At Kirk's Hardware]
You can  get  Hammocks Bntl
frlgerators, Screen  Doors and Sor
Windows,   Lawn   Mowers   and  ��P
klers, Breen Wire Enamelled, B��D
Hose and Cotton Hose.
Sherwin-Williams  Paints.
"Ladies* Aid"  Range.
H. T.
���it, UnESDAY, JUNE 8, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE SEVEN.
r[AND REGISTRY ACT.
notice
;idC   I"
that an application has
register   Duncan  Hell
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���"^^owne'r'in fee simple, undei
^.','.;,1 from E. A. Wil mot
���   ,,f dvkes, to  Duncan  Hell
���;',.,    date   the   13th   day   of
>'  ,'    [go?, Of all and singular
���v .'���    parCel  or  tract of  land
';���;���.. situate, lying and being
nlstrlcl of New Westminster,
j,      . e oi  iiiitish Columbia,
,ti ai.* 1 y known and describ-
. g go a' 168 of tb'' southeast
I        section   is,   Township   3,
T...,   weet of 8th Meridian.
land those claiming through or
und   all   persons   claiming
lt;r.gt in ths Bald land by virtue
unIf -".leteil  instruniont,  and
Igool elutJng  any   interest  in
i wad lr dec. out, whose title
eM��;erei   -''er the protislons
I ��,d ls��t��trr Act," are requir-
lBt*it the *'���*��� -i- ��r ,llp t*1 Pur"
wltlils forty ���'���*��� d��JB from the
,. lkf ur ,t publication of this
],.,,oi T��n   and In default of a
01  oertiH.'a*"   of   ������*
fi  . <n ln sue i i fliiod. or
t '
p��ad��n��
n
. option wforj registrant t ��t-1i or you will be for-
l.-ai i"", iiei,ur:,(l from set-
Rly i i. ;ui ��<> 0'   !���  lespect of
lal,l( md  I  sha I    register
,',.!,   Hall   as   owner   thereof
��.i,,) i lisrsl y o- iv that pub-
WATER NOTICE.
SINGLE TAX CAMPAIGN
IN ONTARIO
Notice Is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1809," to obtain a
license in the Westminster Division of
N'ew Westminster District.
ia) Tlie name, address and occ i I
tion of the applicant: Frederick W.
Smith, residing at South Westminster,
P. 0. address, New Westminster, B, ('.,
dairyman.
i b) The name of the lake, stream or
source (if unnamed, the   description
Isr.   an  unnamed  spring,   situate on      Toronto     j - _A      aggressive
subdivision 1   of Hlock 2, Section 80, ,,,,��� _ _'e dlrectlon ,, s0l,^ cel ,. ,  . , ���
Block  5,  No- h   Range  2, west,  New   ffas   ���       M  a,.jut       ���.,,,        wh "
Wi.ut m  TlRlO ���    I Hflt. i r*t .....___. .       . . IU    IJ
INDIANS WERE PIONEERS
IN IRRIGATION WOI K
Provincial  Organization    Effected    to [Traces of Systems of Water Directing
Carry on an Active Work With in   Use   Many   Centuries   Ago
Aggressive Tactics. Found   in Texas.
Westminste ��� uist.icit.
over forty representatives ot tax re-
Foi i   Worth,  Tex., .Tune  7.���Texas,
although one of the youngest states
union In development, is the
MAIL  SERVICE.
LAWSUITS THREATENED.
Following are the hours of despatch   Masonic Expose Stirs Up Litigation ir��
and arrival of mails at the New West- Quebec Province.
minster postofflce and hour given in: Montreal, June 7.���The brochure is-
each case being the hour of closing, sued the other day exposing the Eman-
which is half an hour, as a rule, he- filiation Masonic Dodge, is creating
for the actual despatch. All mails, a great deal of Interest, judging
unless otherwise stated are de- from the number of lawsuits which
spatched and received daily excepl are sure lo be entered.
Sunday. The only mails despatched Onier Chaput, editor of La Tribune
and received Sunday are the G. N. R. j of Sherbrooke, who had to retire on
south and C. P. U. east mails, not in- account of the famous pamphlet, has
eluding way mails, Sapperton, Eraser already sued La Croix and Mr. Le-
Mills and Coquitlam. mieux, the author of the brochure, for
  j $H),i)t)0, while a good deal of interest
lis also felt in St.  Hyacinthe,  where
one Damaso Bouchard, city clerk, also
named in the book, has entered an ac-
agalnst a Mr. Cartier, who stated
at Bouchard said ho was a Mason.
's said that all the members of tlie
inolpation will bo   subpoenaed in
case.
Mails  Despatched.
works:   A pri��a��e waterworks system zatlon has been formed and officers!
through a l-i��ch pine carried fro said  elected, the aim of which is to be an
Trying to Raise Calabashes.
Summerland,    B.C.,    June 7.���John
(e) The character of the proposed:    As a result a new nrovlnclal oil-hi! ils  Drofe,BB��r   of   dv"   engineering  at  trict, Clayburn and district, Hunting-
..;....  ,..,..    *_!!!,...   "i^"1; I the agricultural  and  mechanical  col-  don and district, and Matsqui are de-
lege  of  Texas. spatched by way of Vancouver.
in'-rii0,::��,_..onwh^tn,wat.! sffti^ Uc Kttne1 ne"!nln,h;!beslnnln.���aml,eveniit-la>erundiia11'8^Fe,'nHdge-;,ndHaz-;SiSSS'r��� Beed8ofwhichhave
,,- is to  be u..4   (Scribe same) :| SSuvJ slssfon    S   attariSS dat.s, when unnumbered
'���i ^ec_ I was not large.
west,      ^he new organization will be known
as "The Tax Reform and Direct Legis-
,!le  latlve League of Ontario," and    the
tsiibdlrUlong  ������> .a*  *' of  Lilouk
tioi SO, Hlock ;.   North l^u.i '.
New TTestuiaster District
��� 61  The   purposes   for   which
water Is to ba used:    For agricultural,  tactics to  be adopted aro aggressive
daltylsg and domestic. (beyond a doubt . The league will form
ik) This notice w.     posted on the  ioca]  organizations   ln   every   liiunici-
found well established systems of li
ligation ln  the  vicinity  of  El    Paso,
utilizing water from the Uio Grande
on both sides of its present channel.
Tradition tells that the Pueblo In-
lOAamt
1
I
m
. Di ti-c ior thirty days   2nd day of May, 1910. and application pauty   allll   electoral   district    in     the
.���,    ��� a pibllshed In New  will ho made to the Commissioner on province.   Campaign work will be vlg-
, w.|, ie tood and raffle- tbe 6th day of June, 1910,,at 2-30 pm prously carried on to arouse popular di(ins   f Ysl(,,a rlil,ined that,inr|.nt
,. ,..   ,r |    il,   Glv.the u��M and^ Jesses interest In the reforms proposed,  and lr^gatlon By8temB ot    ^eat    extent
[hi     . ���; l Registry Office, of any riparian proprietors or licensees finally deputations of   representative
r (   ince o' British  who or whoiie lands are likely to be citizens will   bring   pressure   to bear
on the local member to bring on dis-
days. Thursdays, and Saturdays.
11 -.00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central  Park, via U. C. Electric rail-
great
were built centuries ago by the Yuma
Mails  Received.
8:30  a.m.���Vaucouver  nnd  Victoria
successful
here there is every probability of a
good local Industry in the manufacture
I.
i
nth aay of Api 11, A.
���    P. KEITH,
I I. trlcl  Ri glstrar.
ata nt   Loan  ,*.-  Sav-
eimer   Bros.,   Ltd.,
Ishman; J. W. Hi w-
affected by c. ' proposed works, either
above or below the outlet:  None.
P. W. SMITH.
BOX 536, New Westminster. H. C.
Indian- on the Pecos river in the vi-, including   U.   S.   matter.
WATER   NOTICE.
Noi ice is hereby given that an application  will he made under Part  V.
ind      ELlBO   of  t iu,  " \\*-i t Mi-   \ i.i    11 ii id ���'
oinlt.y of Pecos and Grand Falls, but'(except  Tuesday)   via  H. C.   Electric   license  In thn Npw   \\:,',<i,l;llln\l
'���     : '""*.<he constant   raids hy the Comanche  railway. vision of New WestolnstS Dtatrlrt
and Apache Indians caused them to|    9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,  (a)   Th(, n.ulu, of ComDany   Vancou-
tnove  on   to   the  valley  of  the    Rio by courier (Tuesday and Friday)
the  house.
ANXIOUS ABOUT THE SAINTS
IT  PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE DAILY        NEWS
I
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1  .- June 17
,  rune 23
 July 1
ED. GOULET,
C.P.R. A..- nt.
LVestminster
nsf er Co.
New
Wetliogton
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St.,  Foot of Sixth.
Ontario Parson Fears Danger to the
West from Latter Day Saints.
Chatham, out., June T.���The progress made by the Home Mission so-
clety of the Methodist church in Ontario during the pas' four years was
detailed to the London conference by
Rev. Mr. Allen, Toronto, secretary. In
1901 then were in Ontario 102 young
men as s immer supplies at a cost io
cost of $16,200. There has also been
an increase In salaries paid to these
mission workers, until In 1910 the has.
none 135.     R irn 'Phone 137
Columbia  Street,
ge   delivered    pi  ������   tlj    to
any part or ths citj
If  there  are  forty   pi ople in   New
this
offeri
���   un $
"FICF���TPAM   OF HO '
COME  AROUND'
I
to our office  every  time  you
need a ion of coal- any of our
.   . , rs   will   he   y'.tui  yo  take
i n,  too,  a  postal will b I same
���   coal  in your  eel-
:    Ice.   Also, o ir
I           ;       .         [order,   and
i and 1(3
ver Power Company, Limited. The
head office at the City of Vancouver,
Hi it ish Columbia. The capital, $2,500;-
000. divided into 2,500,000 shares of
$1.00 each, all fully paid up: (b) The
name of the lake, stream or source,
unnamed stream running through section 29, block 5, north range 2, west,
thence in a northwesterly direction
flowing Into the Fraser river; ic)
The point of diversion, 2,300 feet In
a southeasterly direction from the
southeast comer of section 19, hlock
5, north range 2, west; (ci) The quantity of water ap] lied for, .16.6 cubic
fei i per second; (e) The ehara-ier
of the proposed works, a small dam
I] e line; ti) The premises on
Willi i the water is to be used,
two 12), thn e (3) and four ill. group
��� ��� o (2), Xew Westminster District;
;! i The purpose for wliich the water
is to b i ui i I, domestic; ih) lf tor
��� lb ��� the land Intended
to be i igated, giving acre-
. no; iii n the water is to
be used for power or mining
��� dei II the plac when the
water is to I ������ returm ,\ to so ne natural i banni I, and the diffi i ence in
altitude lv i wei (i point of dl ,. lon
and point of return, no; i.i) Area of
Crown land Intended to be occupied
by   tb worl s,   none;    (k)
Tl is notice' Wa    ���    ted  on   the   2nd
1910,   and   applici   ,   i
ide to tl ier on
i  day of July 1910;   (1)  (live
the names an I . ! of any rl-
n   proprietors   or  li who
I e likel    to be af-
��� proposed works, i ither
��� .  mi)
fhe ] andm      f As-
;   lon  of  the  i om] my   -1\     ��� au-
m .and
��� the coi      ictlon of 0f auv male 0,Ver 18 years of age, to
���   th ���  ��� sti nt ot o i   i uai er section o ,    ��� ��� ,    . :,       ,.,.
imluu- of sect 1       oi  igo acres, more or less. to
e of ditch varied] _ ,__.,,.. 1 are tl
C.ram'.e, only to he followed there byl    9:15  a.m.���Vancouver  and Victoria,
theii   old   enemies  and   compelled   to I via G.   N.  R.
move out to the Colorado of the west.     8:110 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first train)
In the vicinity of the Toyah springs  Sapperton,  Fraser   Mills  and  Coquit-
evttence is found indicating that these lam.
wafers  were used for irrigation  pur-     12:00 p.m.���C. P. R. east.
poses long before the first white man     1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
i'.mud liis way there. and Fraser Arm.
At San Antonio, where the   Fran-;    1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby by courier,
ciscan fathers founded their missions,      2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier,
they    directed    the    construction    of      3:15 p.m.���Hlaine and  Seattle,    In-
canal- by the Indians.    These canals  eluding all V. S. points.
the church of $7,000.   In 1909,147 nt a   we,.(,   us"(>(1   not   only   for     supplying      7:00 p.m.���Revelstoke local and C.
water to  the  missions  for  domestic P. R. intermediate points,
purposes,  but   for irrigation  as  well. way.
An)ong   tbe  ditches   constructed    be-      1C0  p.m.���Strawberry    Hill,    Tim-
Is of payment is $725 for married men,  tWf.,,n ,i 0 years '-\{; an,i 1771 ���iay be berland  and. South   Westminster, by
and $650 for Blngle, and $500 tor mar-   ,,,,,,,.    , ,  . ,he Conception Alamo, San  courier (Tuesday and Friday).
rled and $425 for unmarried unordaln- jOR(J   <v, juan .uut Espada.   In 1730     1:30 p.m.���Ladner and down river
ed men. ^       t)J ..-..��� pe(jro flitch was buill by Im- points. East Burnaby, Queensboro and
Mr. Long, of iii-'-   '  , asked  mR-ants  from tlie    Canary   Islands,   Burquitlam, by courier.
1   ��� e alleged dangei  to the  a��.was used for conducting water to     2:30  p.m.���Vancouver    and    i"t\c:
work   caused   by   Later   Da     Saints  tBfleultlvated fields. Siding, via G. N. R. north,
and   D ors in   the    Northwest,      j^,, manj years this ditch was con-'    3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nicomekl,   and
i.i.  ivas unable to give any  (]UC,, .1  for field Irrigation  on  farm.'. Port Kells. daily, Clayton on Tues.lay.
ion. ������m!  ���   en   to  this day  this  old  ditch Thursday, Friday an.   Saturday; Tyne-
[g  [��� rati m  an !  beii ���   us d  con-ihead on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Ac-
si I-  supplied water for a largo   cord,  Tuesday and  Friday.
p'e_c ������  of  the  city   lawns  a  few      4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
;.    Farm   Laborer   Received  $7a  a  Year  V(,al      ;,, San Antonio, and w s ex   Lake, via 1!. C. Electric railway. !
wages a Pittance.
and  His Board
.   .lane   7.���Th   '
ierated to a cer-
mestic purpoi   s. urday an extra mail is despatched
A-    Id Fori San Saba, near Menard- Victoria via Vancouver at this hour,
viiu   the presi      I      ���     f Jai       Cal- Hlaine   and   Seattle,   including   all
��� tr                     of  the  Tei       Cattle U. S. points, east and south, via the
the   Imi                                             &                                                     , an G. N. R. "Flyer."
funnel D(                                                   rTuaiion s^'.-ia eons'-ue'ed in 177-1, ' _____Mr^... .^~^���-. ��l_lj.'~^^-'=v
ley.   twenty   years  old,  who  was  en     ������ ,    .                            .          ...    cai) -                                                   ,,������_
rounte for Flint to assist in the   beet   .]in ,,,  .                ,   this time Texas SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN   HOM-
.,      ding to the story told to   ., ,s   ,     ...   Spanish   rule,   but   sl  ��� STEAD  REGULATIONS.
officials by   Crol ���   ���
;   e   to   tind
Into a coi     ict to worl ���������.,.
'���"' :i 1',r:,!, ui "''��� '       jb earl                          fourth b   is-     Any available Dominion Lands wltb
two of which  be had tne  ,.i;,.IV , .                        latlve to Irrlga- lu the railway bell  lu British C    11
: ; l- tl                                    bia   may be homesteaded by any per-
"" " e farmi an   ac(   maidi      large l^n who is tha sole head of a family
was to
bul $75 a
���
AGAINST  INDIA.< COURTING.
1 uu } ���..'u.'-A ,-, im    1    -   1 1 vancu. i are ti ���
Entry must be 1
additioi tha local land   office  for  1
'    I   ���   I ���  ������* ^llldl the l '." Is situa ;.
;       1    uli   ! y  pioxy  may, howi
conditions    Dy    the    tatl
pri
(g) Rei v.-.iter
'
.
I
an Wi'l Be Put Upcn So-Called "Lovers'  Dance" of Apaches.
Lawton, Okla., Jun    J.-     ever      11
���   . ..-.���,.
 Fort Sill military reservation holi
>C**0**C-************************************ 1 ers' dance," lf the Christian
tries  among that   tribe, once
'    ' ' '' Z'-'l ' Eor   use
of    numei ' '���   '     ,       '      , ; ��� ���, .     ,
of which were "bo m" ter of an Intending homestei ,   ,
The hon - is required b
j        th tionr connected
���j witli   under   oni
plans:
the    toi lowing
lrim FITT   GSI
OFFICE
SHOW O
ns    rom  the    st ,:;.
rs prove ireB when 1   1
, 1 bei ;.  of su
hyefrographlc and other data.
\s west  Ti .as was pioneer in an
���ont irrigat modern, as j    (1)    At least six months' residence-
irrigation  along  the  II ic-Upon and cultivation of the laud on
'���   1  began  to develop  firsi  ln this each yeai for three years.
section of the state.    The flrsl ditch!     ., ,, ,,    ,���...   ,   ,. ������lttl..   ,f tn��
;he  vicinity of  Del Rio was con-     <-> �� ���� t:u!!"1     ��' "KitiS
.., ,     . jn 1874 |firtherisdecasad),ofthe_homest. 1
ataJaVdlT)
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAIL-
I JGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
IW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
'ORKS-Corner  Eleventh  and Carline. P'10NE 473
\*^>*>*:t<^^*^^^^A^i,A.**aay****��**<>*****'*********
>    ,  c, rontmo, can prevt nl  it   A.S
0 far back as history goes the "lovers'
1 has always been a medium by
ApacI e  maidens selected their
iltors,
<5       The recent dance was held at Hyai S
<-v   hole    a   -a.i.d   I pol   on   .Medicine clock,
;     n(i va.s participated in by large dele-  |
* gaUons of Comanches,  Mow.is.  Cad- ,,,ll(11.  systems in  t,.c  vicinity of KI or motner-
J dos, Arapahoes and Cheyennes. ,.,��.-,   would   have  suggested  earlier     (8) lf the settler has his permanent
^     Each marriageable buck  wore    his ^vtenshms under    presenl    methods, residence upon  farming   laud  owned
^ best  .aid.    This is the only time in  ,���t v,.()1.1. ���,- thlg character did nol be- by him in the vicinity of his bonu
-���ure active until ahout 1889 to 1891.   stead, the requirements as to resldenc��
Ai Fort Stockton and for the Neuces may   be  satisfied  by  residence  upon
drainage area it   began as early    as the said land.
187.,    On the Concho, San Saba, Ll-     Slx months' notice in writing should
alio and other tributaries of the Colorado river. Irrigation systems began
to spring up about 1875, and possibly
earlier, and these were added to about
18t9,  but  this  work    became    most
active in the nineties,
the life of the young members of the
tribe thui they ar : ed rn        ���-
love or wen  sneak of love, and the
Bpooning  is  iu earnest.
NEW CARS AND  ENGINES.
Pacific
-.-.^lm_____S___^Z
He
ef, Mutton, Veal,
ork and Poultry
t QUALITY THE BEST.
Presid*nt    cf Grand    Trunk
Gives Another Big Order.
Montreal, June 7.���Charles M. Hays
placed orders today for nearly $2,090.
nun worth of new rolling stock. 'Ibis
is in addition to the orders placed ten
days ago. The new orders consist
of" half-a-dozen first-class coaches,
twenty baggage cars, one motor car,
three dining cars, three cafe parlor
cars, three  buffet  parlor cars, fifteen
NEW  METHODIST COLLEGE.
of wa-
���������..���;  body   0        I sr,
the ai       li   eof, divi rt-
ing the wa ay st        , pond or
lake into any otln r channel or chi n-
m :s.  laying or 1  ��� ct   any  line or
'���:.,-' ing any
race-way, res rvolr, aqueduct weir,
: ;, or otJ er 1 re tion or
Ich may be re itilred In con-
. . [on with : he Impro; ei ml and
of the said water and water power or by altering, renewing, extending, improving, repairing, or maintaining any such works or any part
thereof." in) The Company applies
for a license to store water, 'the place
ni the propose! reservoir for storing
the said water is section twenty-nine
'29), block flve (5)-, north range two
i'.i.wesi; 101 The means by wliich
11 Is proposed to store the water, by
dam; (p) The area of the reservoir
site or sites at each foot In depth
above the outlet, the depth above (be
outlet will approximately average
about   six  or  seven  feet;   (q)   I low  it
,    . ,   ., ..   v. lis proposed to acquire tho land neces-
Coal  mining rights maj   be)^ ^ ^ ^^ by purchaMi or
be given to the commissioner of Do
minion lands at Ottawa ot intention
to apply for patent,
Coal
leased  for    a  period of    twenty-one
wars at an annual rental of $1 pei
acre. Not more than 2560 acres
shall  he  '.eased  to  one  individual  or
Regina. June 7,-Board of governors -company      A royalty  at the t��U. W
of Saskatchewan    Methodist    college!five cents per  ton  shall  be collected
...   JS     ���*i������ Inn tlie merchantah
W. W. CORY,
of tho Minister of the interior.
met here   today   to  discuss  question |on the merchantable conl mined.
of a site for proposed college.   It was
practically decided to acquire from the il""';;,,'>"
if necessary by expropriation; 11) Approximately the number of acre feet
intended to be impounded, 2(1,000
square feet.
VANCOUVER POWER CO.. LTD.
R, H.  Sperling, General  Manager.
Vancouver, B. C.
-
CITY  OF   NEW  WESTMINSTER
Richmond Consolidated freight en- |r0VPrnment some eighteen acres of
glues, twenty-five Mogul locomotives, (hp prosent -g-- property, which it is
1,000  hopper-bottom   steel   coal   cars,  nnjer8t0(Hi tiio government is prepar-
i Notice to Paving Contractors:
N.tl.���Unauthorized    publication   of j  Tenders for  Paving Second Street.
capacity ' 100,000   lbs.   each,   and   BOO  o'^'to"selL for tlie "purpose, at' $2.100 Ithis advertisement will    not be paia 1    The    Corporation    Invites    tenders
���  fit   llOh      Ihn ... .. I C       i'i.,.,     .1       Tl.a  ..!....      t*.........,ai..,a      ('..������      *  1,.��
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
- Burns & Co-
steel under-frame box cars, 00,000 lbs.
capacity.
The orders for tbe cars have been
placed with the Canada Car company, the Silker Car company, of
Halifax, and the company's own car
shops at Point St. Charles.
an acre.    This will place the college
on Wascnna lake near the legislative
buildings and at tbe same time immed
lat
the
from Street Paving Companies for the
grading, street paving, laying of con-
The proper place to dine Is at thejerete sidewalks, boulevarding and
eiy"n .joining the city limits^ near Bohemian Cafe. Depot Hotel block, construction of storm water sewers
3 newly built collegiate Institute.     , The best of everything. **      for Second street from Clinton place
FISHERMAN FOUND BODY.
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645  COLUMBIA STREET.
>,iff^;vfWtii^..i;l7y��.rT��iiwWiaM��i'JHJt.:^SSg of Cole
���
>
Saskatoon Anqler Brings Decomposed ,,
Body of John Cole to Surface.        ] ���
Saskatoon,  June  7.���While   fishing T
today In the vicinity of the   C.N.R.
bridge. John Lowe, a local fisherman,
,1 brought to the surface the body of a
I man supposed to be  John Cole     of J [
I Clavet, a homesteader who some time ,,
ago became demented  and was sent j
" Brandon Asylum.   He escaped from |
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The City Council has decided to pave and boulevard Second
street at once.
1 have only nine lots left on Second street. Prices from .500 to
$800.    One-fourth  cash;   balance fi, 12 and 18 months.
The owner has given me orders to raise tbe price .150 per lot
more after the thirtieth day of June.   So hurry.
Peter Peebles
Columbia  Street.
Phone 307.
���i   to rsranu..-
1    there  however, In some way, and the ;.
I body today has been identified as that $+++++++����+�����������������������������> .**************************
to Sixth avenue.
Paving companies wlll be required
to state term of years tbey will guar-
iantee their paving and the percentage of money the Corporation can re-
Itain during the period of guarantee,
I also the steepest grade they calculate
their   pavement   is   safe   for   horse
traffic.
Plans,   profiles,   specifications   and
'further  Information can  be  obtained
from J.  W.  B. Blackman, Clty Engineer, City Hall.
Tenders   will  be received  up  to  5
!p 111. on the 20th June, 1910, by th��
undersigned.
! W. A. DUNCAN. City Clerk.
1    City Hnll  New Westminster, B. C.t
June 4, 1910. ,  .  i
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE
1910.1
Something New in
Floor Wax
,,-'       a
The easiest way to
finish a floor is to
saturate a soft cloth
with Columbus Liquid Wax and apply
lightly to the floor,
let it dry for about
fifteen minutes,
if ancl bring to a
/ polish by light
r u b b i u g with a
soft cloth.
No brush to push ���no work ��� no
backache. Resists heel-m arks,
scratching, and water will not turn it
white. Goes farther aud lasts longer
than any paste wax. Try it! lie
sure to ask for the genuine
Tbe tasiest Applies Floor Finish
Sold by
*%**%*****#**%**���'****** :.���**:.* ****** :. **.,*****���:;**������**:. *
iCiTY News!
���  ���
***** **-,: **%**%**���:.-**%**%**���% ***** -::-������ o***********
���<msam*WM&mi msm
Mrs. \V. A.
on Thursday
fall.
Duncan will not receive
nor thereafu r until tho
Good Food Is a Tonii���A Stimulant.
���the best that any person can have
in the springtime. It helps to build
up the system after the ravages of
winter, and makes you feel healthy
and happy- Gel a line on our new
spring dishes that we are serving.
Come tonight���"The Royal Cafe." **
Councillor A. Cruickshank, of the
municipality of Matsqui. is a viisltor
in the city.
The landlord business must he a
pretty good line or there would not
be so many in it. Whether it. rains,
snows or  freezes  he  gets  his.     Why
Anderson & Lusby JSj
COLUMBIA STREET.
not be a landlord yourself
ill at first and pay the
rself. You'll like it and never will
go hack to the old system again.
Buy this good looking ami well built
six room house on Third avenue near
.Ninth   street   for  $600  cash;   balance
|     Moving   pictures   of  the   late   King
Edward's  funeral   will   he  thrown  on
Ithe screen at the Crystal theatre this
afternoon   and   evening.     These   are
the   flrsl   pictures  of  tills  impressive1'
event to reach the coast.
A lot on First street is surely a desirable thing to have.   See S. Fader. *
As previously announced in this paper, a business change has taken
place in connection with the linn of
Hale Bros. <fc Kennedy, the Hale
brothers going out of business, and
the Kennedy brothers, including
George Kennedy, who lately resigned ||
the postmastership of this city, taking
up all the stock. The business will
be conducted under the old name for
some  months, at the same premises,
8tart j Merchants Bank building.    After the
' !     ' ' I necessary legal notice bus expired the
name   wlll   be   changed   to   Kennedy
Bros., Ltd.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
arran
Kerr.
fed over eighteen months.   W.J.
Mrs. Harvey M. Streight, of 505
Third avenue, will not receive again
until the autumn.
The Bohemian Cafe will in future
be open all night. Special arrangements for private parties. **
If every young man nnd young
woman fully realized the advantages
of pursuing a course at this institution and then the opportunities offered
for profitable and congenial employment, he or she would not hesitate In
selecting this School as an avenue
for advancement. We give the same j See Fales for Bed Lounges. Guar
conscientious attention to placing our I anteed goods at prices cheaper than
students into positions as we do to j the cheapest
instruction. Satisfied students are
our best advertisement.
Rev. J. S. Henderson will probably
make the trip to Chilliwack today with
the University commission.
An old rusty bayonet, a relic of the
Sappers and Miners, was found on
Columbia street yesterday by it. 0.
Stevenson and Mr. Jewhurst, who noticed the weapon lying among some
earth disturbed by workmen engage!
in preparing for tlie paving of the
street. The steel prod is of an ancient pattern, ahout nineteen inches
in length, and had been reposing embedded in the street since 1SU-I, when
the street, was being repaired. The
bayonet is one of a number which
were kept as curios in the old fire hall
for many years.
*���
eiQ
A. L. BOUCK,
Columbia   St. Principal
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'nes for Ladivs from |12.75
DP.
Sliver Watches,    gents'    open "ace
16.00.
Silver  Watches,  gentB'  open
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
case,
A tea in aid of Westminster ball
will be held at the residence of Mrs.
John MacKenzie, St. Patrick street,
on Thursday afternoon.
Considerable attention is at present
being paid to First street property. S.
Fader has a good proposition on the
i market. **
Tlie city pound limits have now
j been extended to take in the whole
i city, instead of only a section. No
j cow bells will be permitted on wan-
: dering bovines, and no animals will
j be alllowed to graze off public prop-
Klgin ! er,:J'' streets or boulevards.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite  B. C.  E.  R.  Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US   A   TRI AL
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475,
Italy Suffers
Bod Earthquake
(Continued From Page One.)
Anything in our line 10 to 20 per
cent,  saved  for  you.    Fales.        **
Constable Wilkie, of the provincial
force, has written a letter to the attorney general asking for a full investigation into the charges made
against him at the recent assizes. In
the Ford case. Ford testified that Mr.
Wilkie had vented liis spleen on him, I that her experience at Messina con-
and some of the witnesses for thelyinced ber of the need of some one
prosecution made statements to the with authority who understood how tb
effect that the constable had advised i deal with such an emergency, and
breaches of the law in order that he! to give first aid.    The sovereigns left
asking for  $5,000  for immediate use. j
Premier   Luzzatti   at   once   forwarded
$10,000 to the prefect.    The minister
of public works left for the scene oi
the  earthquake  accompanied   by  officials of his department.    Tlie govern-1
ment has  decided  to  ask  parliament j
for an appropriation of $100,00(1 for im-
mediate relief.
King Victor Emmanuel, accom-1
panied by Queen Helen, left for Avel-
lino on a special train at - o'clock [
this'afternoon. Two automobiles fori
their use were placed on the train.
Her majesty insisted on going with ;
the king instead of sending some one |
to represent her.   The queen declared
might trap Ford
Plione L-528
ing.   J. 11. llu
for all
gard.
kinds of team-
**
For a pleasant cool drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. **
P. Batt, who has just commenced
his elm its as poundkeeper, will on
Monday commence an active crusade
against the tagless canines of this
city, and will imopnd every roaming
dog that he can capture minus the
official brass tag. Alter the dogs have
been kept, in the pound forty-eight
hours they will he destroyed. The
pound fees, which amount to one dollar, and ten cents per diem for food,
will have to be paid before an animal
is released,
For ii short time we are offering
Razor Strops worth One Dollar for
Fifty Cents. Can sell you spectacles
cheaper than others and no fit no pay.
We are agents for Kodaks and supplies. Arsenate of Lead for Caterpillars.    Ask  for quotations.
amid a great public demonstration.
Shocks Are Widespread.
Naples. June 7.��� News from Salerno, j
at the head of the Gulf of Salerno,
thirty miles southeast of Naples, is to
the effect that the shock caused considerable damage, "i so shock continued for ten seconds in the province |
of Aveillno. It was felt strongly also j
but for a short period at Cozenzana,
Paola, Cantanzaro, Reggio, Poienza.
Renevento, Capua and Melfia. It is
said, however, that the damage In
these towns was not serious, and that
there was no losss of life.
The   province   of   Avellin   occupies
the central part of the Compartment j
of  Campania and  is  directly east  of I
Naples.    Calpitri, which, according to
latest reports received this afteruoon.
suffered the mflst, is a town of about I
8,000  Inhabitant*    it  is situated on)
the  Ofanto  rlvfu-  seven   miles  northeast of Conza.    The shocks also were
felt In the departments of Basilicata.
Calabria and Sicily and the provinces
of  Benevento,   Campobasso,   Caserta
The 1 . C. Permanent Loan company,
of Vancouver, is just in receipt of a
message   from   London   to   the  effect
that the  recent issue  of debentures
of the company is being rapidly sub-
scribed.     The   company   has   a   large
amount of available funds for loaning i ,in(] Naples
purposes,  and   is   prepared   to   settle!'   A panic was created at  Torre  An-
nunziata and Torre Del Grego, where
ing nouses.    For! tlie populations live ln constant fear
loans apply to National  Finance com- of .,���  eruption from   Mcunt   Vesuvius.
;��� ���      united,   -anch Office, Colum-      Reporta  frora   Basilicata  says  that
the shock was felt severely at Poten-
I za.    Similar reports come from Paolq
promptly all
gage loans
applications for firs! niort-
on   dwelling  houses.    For
Limited.  Branch Office, Colum
I bia   street,  over   Curtis'   Drug   Store.
I. P. Latham, Local Manager. **
and Cantanzaro. Compartment of CoW
bria, and from Palmero, on the north-
< in  coast  of Sicily.
BORN.
Spectacles 50 cents up
D. S. Curtis & Co.rT66?'*
DRUGGISTS
In regard to a statement alleged to
have been made by Alderman Bryson
to the effeel that the chief of police
had allowed two horses to go without
food for a whole day after he had
been notified thai they were not being care) for, Chief Bradshaw is ofl 0n TuGsdav, June 7, to the wife of,
the  opinion   that  the   alderman   was I _     Gamble     731     Sixth
; misinformed.   The horses were cared '
for  by  the  city   until   the   dispute
] ahout the ownership was settled. Reports that the animals suffered from
re exaggerated.
(laughter.
street,    a
WANTED
30 Dozen        FINE        25c Each
STRAW SAILORS
Regular values '.'.rn- to .1.60. on sale this week.   This large number   of   Women's  White i ��� i m.,,.
Straw Sailors-English made every one, not  a hat  of inferior grade in  the lot.    An i
we must sacrifice-, hence the low price.   Hats of all sizeB are pro curable���girls,   misses  and   women's
narrow,  medium  and   wide  brims.    See our small show windows.
All Trimmed
Sailors half price
New York trimmed Sailors
som .ready Straw Hats in B
.meat variety of the newest
shapes. Velvet hand trimmings
are used to a larger extent on
a large number of these popular hats.
Half   Price   This   Week.
Special Reductions on Children's Silk and
Muslin Bonnets
Reductions of 25 to 36  per
cent prevail OU all these attractive little headwear pieces. See
the selection on sale this week.
Hairlyke
Hair Net
10c Each.
Large     si/e     Hall     '. ���
blonde, light hrown. n .
dark  hi own. and  bia \ .
Cial   feature   Of  till
is He
fact that a hairpin
an appreciated addit
nets.
Another Lot of
SMART TAILORED NECKWEAR   ,
Just  in   Saturday  afternoon, one of the nicesl assortments of Washable High Gradi
shown in the neckwear section.    Worthy  of special   mention  are the Tailored Pique Coal I       i SeU
Lace Trimmed Muslin Sets, Tailored  stocks.  Irish  Lace Jabots,   Delicately   Colored   Jabot
ered Linen Collars, etc., prices, from, each. 26c to    $1-~5
W. S. COLLISTER & 0
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
.;'���', ��� >���'���
'VX*MW&&*W.:*
UTT'-raz:;' wwvTi
MERCHANTS' BAI Of CANADA
Head Office    -    Montreal, Que.
Capital $0,000,000
Rest Funds  4,000,000
Total Assets (over)  00,000,000
ESTABLISHED  1864.
This Bank has 145 Branches in Canada.
A General Banking Business
Transacted
The Public
Supply Stores
WE ARE STILL
Selling Out
Our
Crockery
Bargain Prices!
on all Odd Line
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
We give Special Attention to Savings Dank Deposits
$1.00 Starls an Account
| Best rates of Interest paid. No delay in Withdraw-
als. Open Saturday Evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock
���this gives everybody, working men, merchants,
ttc, an opportunity of cashing cheques or making
deposits. ...������_���	
New We tminster Branch,      -      H. C. Adams, Mgr.
I _^sma*m^^xi*f*s^^ Mffiiffiitftta
li
To   Funiifh   an  Ollice,   see
Files.
W.  !���:.
*���
FAMOUS SOLDIER  DEAD.
DRUGS-SPECTACLE-SEED   STORE
New Westminster, B. C. Phone 43, 71,
COME AND
SEE US
In Our N'ew Quarters in thc
DEANE BLOCK
Four  Doors   Bast   of   I'ank   of
Montreal
We Have Just Received a Fresli
Stock of Popbam'8 Chocolates
A . MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Columbia St.   New Westminster.
A grounxl floor, legitimate business
proposition offering certain nnd exceedingly Large profit to a man with
$500 in one year can he learned
ahout by writing to "Inland," P. O.
Box  34!),  City. **
Several teachers ior the public:
schools of this city. Applications
will he received until noon of the --n:l
inst.
ROBERT LT5NNIE,
Secretary.
New Westminster, .Juno 8, 1(110.
************** **************************************
I Some Special Snaps ��
|  THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY	
* 6 lots on Second street.    Fxcellent view.    Streets on  three sides
* of  this  property,    $350 each.   Terms.
. 10   lots  extending  from  First  to   Second   street.    This  property
* is especially well situated.    Streets on three sides, and lane at rear,
f Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
* _.   _.   ______     __     _     ., #
******************************f**)*>*)f*************
Sir William  Butler, Who Saw Service
in   Canada,   Passes   Awal.
London, June 7.���Rt. Hon. Sir William Francis Butler, G. C. B., K. C. B���
P. C.. is dead. He was horn in 18158.
General Butler entered tbe army In
1861 and reached the rank of lieutenant general ln 1900. lie served in
Canada in the Fenian Raid and was
commander of tbe Royal expedition,
for which he received the Canadalan
general service medal. Ile became
captain In 1871i and served In Ashanti.
for which be wns mentioned In the
dispatches several times by Gen Tal
Wolseley, and In the house of lords
by the Duke of Cambridge.
In 1884 he went to Canada on a
special mission. Later he took part
in the Soudan campaign.
MURDER AGENCY IS
FOUND IN RUSSIA
Wine Glasses,
Cups ancl Saucers, and Souvenir articles at
Cut Prices
Physician   Confesses   He   Was   Hired j
to   Inoculate     Count     With
Cholera   Bacilli
Mrs. Reed Dead.
Montreal. June 7.���Mrs. Reed, widow
of the late Sir Robert Heed, a director of tbe C. P. R. and owner of the
Newfoundland Railway company, died
toi-. . ,._,
St. Petersburg, June 7.���The mysterious death of a young and wealthy
army offlcer, Count Bouterlln, has led
to the discovery of nn extensive murder agency.
llouterlln's brother-in-law, Count Do
Lassy, and bis physician, Dr. Palchen-
ko, who attended Bouterlln at De Lassy'. suggestion, are both under arrest.
Dr, Palohenko has confessed to the police that be inoculated Bouterlln with
cholera bacilli.
He further admitted that be poisoned other wealthy persons In a similar
manner during the recent cholera epidemic, under tbe pretense of Inoculating tbem against the disease. For this
work be was paid huge sums by relative. ot Uiu victims.
Now is the time
to acquire something in one of
these lines.
Adams
Phone 92

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