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 White Rock
��f sraside PROPERTY
L4/HITE, SHILES & CO.
^.WESTMINSTER.
Camping
"WHITE   ROCK,'' THE   PLACE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
I
IL'MBER I-1
yOLUME
fi BYLAWS
WORK fOR COUNCIL
Jlea,liri,, Adjourns With.
It Much Business Ddne.,1
NEW WESTMINSTER, ll. C, PRID^TJ   MORNING,  JUNE  10,  1910.
EIGHT PAGES.
PRICE  FIVE        NTS.
RAILWAY COMPELLED TU
EXPROPRIATE HOTEL YARD:
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CONNAUGHT   TO   SUCCEED   GREY.
V.   V.
&  E.   Must  Use   Full   Width
Right of Way According
to   Decision.
of
London, June 9.���In accordance with the wish of the late King
Edward, the Duke of Connaught will succeed Earl Grey us the governor general of Canada, probably next Bpring. The duke is lirst to
make a visit to South Africa for the purpose of opening the new
parliament.
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THREE TEACHERS RESIGN
FROM CENTRAL SCHOOLS
Ion  of the city
ibe b> . wa8 conni.-
** ';,.,.     in   making   slight
va ���   bylaws,
informally dis-
-Mnyi  ��r!e"
I. "tanl  things
I which  will   doubtless
Ilk li'1"'
I
I th. 11 ������������'���
T.ufactioii to the school board  the plaintiff.
ubmil one bylaw
tedeflM"" ���������  the  echool   ex-
.,, was taken al the
Judgment has just been given In .
the appeal of a case which aroused '
more than passing interest when It
was tried here aboul a year ago. The
Judgment given by Mr. Justice Irving In thf case of McDonald vs. the
V. V. K E. has been sustained by
Hon. Justices Gallagher, Martin and
MacDonald, who recently banded
down then decision in Victoria, a. ll.
MacNeill of Vancouver, acted for the
railway companj  and '1   E. Martin for
PREMIER SIFION Tl) LEAD
LIBERALS OF VERMILLION
IF
PLAN READJOSTMENT 0
HCBSI1N BAY COS. AFFAIRS
Sapperton    Pedagogue    A'so    Follows
Suit���Judge   Howay   Offers   Prize
of  Ten   Dollars for  Scholars.
FRANCE MUSI Kt
FIGHTING STRENGl  UP
Alberta     Lender     Is
Nominated    as   Trading   of   Old   Firm   Will   Be   Split
Standard  Bearer for   Rich  Agricultural  District.
Up
in   Three   Sections���Change
In Directorate.
Phillip McDonald owns a hotel ln
Huntington and when the V, V. & E.
surveyed Its line through the town
the right-of-way took In the yard of
tbe hotel and part of the building.
The company thought il would avoid
expropriating the building and yard
by only using pari of the right-of-way
and   thai    is   what    il   lias   been   doing
up tn the present.   MacDonald entered
suit against the company for the full
^^^^_ j value   of   the   land   and   buildings  on
iw that it is ready Ujje  rlgnt-of-way  and  when  the
reluct-1 (jrK(   cam,.   ���   fur
Justice Irving bis contention was upheld, and the railway was ordered to
expropriate tlie full width of i's right-
of-way. The case was appealed by
the company and the Judgment of Mr.
Justice Irving is sustained.
by title a few
ol two
���"tJtr-'"'"'!-" aa """"i
'    iia T' -   in   Sight.
��* III   ,   done to the other
Ich have been read
rhe council seems to
r;Y.. ��� the new building
("1 the   lirst   attempt   at
ll:      .ind in the city,    ll
TwOfi' ' ,in"
lr I '     *******
n<��-.Hl reading there is     ^^
��� , reason is tbat the
..     twenty-nine   pages   ol
ling matter.    Mayor
bedded I    make a test  reading
,      ���  nlghl and man-
od condition after
minutes I   > l  reading,    Calcu-
���   the   aldermen
Ue.ed the fad  thai at this rate
freadln? ������ whole thing would
/, which, allowing
fintl '   UrtnkS  nf   water.
���    to four hours.
js <;,..   , aldermen and it
lecided 1     < fei   the  matte;   to
.  ii th,. reading
...    e thini      ild nni  be dis-
ised with, provldlni   the aldermen
took an '  ���"   ""'>'   "ad
Edmonton, June 9.���Premier Sifton I
v.as nominated at Vermillion last
night by Vermillion liberals to take
the place of Archie Campbell, who
retired In bis favor, it was the only
name placed before the convention
and  was received  with applause.
Premier Sifton, who was ln an ad-
Joining room, then entered the ball.
He male no announcement of a policy,
as had been expected.    He spoke
for
when  the  case j about three quarters of an hour, dur-
trlal   before   Mr,   ini.  which he placed before the elec-
London, June '.'.���The Hudson's
Bay company affairs are moving
quietly toward readjustment, whicn
will be in the nature of an upheaval
at the coming month's meeting. Lord
Litchfield and Alderman Vaughan
Morgan are to retire from the directorate by rotation. No official information is available, but the expectation is that neither will offer himself
for re-election. Russell Stevenson
and one other will probably also retire from the board.
No final uecisioii nas yet been made
but   the
^^^_^_^^^^^��� , as  to   the   new   directorate,
tors the position he himself and his probability points to four, namely:
government would assume toward the vfaniam MacKenzie, Richard Bur-
electors of this province.   He_ thanked j blnKf,e, managing director of Herod s
stores; Vivian Smith, of J. P. Morgan's hanking house, and Mr. Kinder-
sley. of Lazard Freres
^^^^^^^^^^ile t
the electors for their  reception.    He
would feel proud to represent an agricultural   district   such   as   Vermillion
It'is anticipated that the board wi
Four resignations were received by
the board of scliool trustees at a nieet-
I ing  held   yesterday  evening,  three  of
I these coming from the Central school.
Those    resigning   from    the    Central
j school  are Miss Burnett, of the fifth]
I division,     boys'     depart mont;     Miss'
('rake,   eighth   division,   boys'  depart-'
ment,  and   Mr.  Lowther,  of  the  fifth
'division,    boys'    department.    D.   M.
McCallum, mst. assistant at  the Sap--
port<di   scliool,   whose  certificate   has
expired,   is   the   fourth   pedagogue   to I
resign.
Mr. Lowther has been appointed
principal of one of the Uurnaby
schools. Miss Crake has also accepted a position on the teaching sta'f
of a Burnaby school. Miss Burnett
will leave the teaching profession.
An offer was received from His
i Honor Judge Howay. of a prize of
I ten dollars, the details to be left for
arrangement by the members of the
board. This offer paved the way for
considerable discussion, but no definite decision was arrived at. It is
altogether likely, however, that some
of the trustees will follow Judge
Howay's example and offer
prizes for the children. A comprehensive scheme will  be evolved.
The contract for supplying firewood
was awarded to L. Williams, of Sapperton, who will deliver at Lord Kel
Premier Briand Points out
Ne^issity of Maintaining:
Naval and Military Force
Paris, June 0.���Premier Briand. fli
a ministerial speech in the chamber
of deputies today, said that in spue
of France's attachment for peace, its-
rank in the world depended on its.
material strength and its due to Its
allies and friends imposed upon the
republic the maintenance of the military power in a high si ale of etli-
ciency. Consequently the government
head would insist upon an early vota
on  the proposed new naval  program,
FORMS SYNDICATE TO
BUILD   SAWMILL   AT   ALBERNt
PROMINENT   MASON   IS
CHARGED   ,VITH  EMBEZZLEMENT
wa^; , i    It is anticipa ��� :   nm ....- >    ,,,.,,,,   ..
  ,1!l"ie   were   "liefi   tntxt   functions ' 8plit  ,he  business  in  three  sections, I ^n scb oo   foVul'llili   ,mi  .��  ,��,��
  which the government of this province  n��mely:   landi tnuk. ancl ��ur.    Espe-1 n" tr,   sihooU for m?r     L 2  l
\-..,-,-*i i o      ,   .      ���        w��*   caled   llP��n   to   discharge,   and i �����a,   developments   are   anticipated   in   ��� ���   *cll0��'s  l01   **������'>���     No   wooc'
New Orleans^June 9.���Prank Davies, Lth��e   were   , L   development   of   ite S~n ?��� anticipated  tn   ls npeded at Sapperton
unUl recently secretary and treasurer!      7   ni development   oi   us  trading on lines engage 1 by new con-
of the grandI conslstorv ,,    leSeni���   a��ricultural :iml rnmin- ''-sources, and  d,���ons ln the west.    Upon a question
.rand consistory of the Scottish I the railroad facilities.   He warned the as t0 who will lake Lord mchfleld's
electors of Vermillion that they need ' place as deputy governor, no author!-
Ulvw     Hannucif? ******m
Kite  Masons of   Louisiana,  was  today
Indicted on the charge of embezzling
1.15,400 of the funds ol the consistory.
He is the bead of the Frank Da . li e
Machinery company, and Is prominent
I in  business cli rles.
expeel   more  from  him  because j totive i
nformation  is  available.      No
not   expect  more   uu_   ���i���,   ���^^ _   ,
he was occupying the proud position i Berious"sugge"st"ion 7s  made by  Lord
that   he   did.    They   must  remember g^.athcona himself or others that he
andlnbnap  t0  be governor,   though   mem-
certain to ex-
enlarged   influence
for  Awessmeni   Commissioner.
fchalrman  ! ol  the  finance
t  he had se-
__   &.. thi     assessment
nd   the   tax   Obit   before  the
.i fall.
On tl.' li ' man   Smith
public be no-
that all gal ->f  an   Inflam-
It ��� posited at the
.-   ������ ��� ntl    Btn et,   where   tho
angements   to
pil After   this   all
ii  burning rub-
ton thi - III be prosecuted.
1 wished  to  know
report  was to be
.J. ind " replied thai  he
1 not sel                 the leading yet,
Should Visit  Sapperton.
the meeting  Mayor
I     [(   would   be   well
the  council   could
p1  the   phi     nt   the  Vancouver-
pee Rupi company In Sap-
Thi   ���    apany  wants   sewer-
|f iiii'i watei   ind some important
pensions of tin   city's  system   may 1
i to In- :         to meet  the require- I
lects
that there were other districts and|ceaHe t0 *>e governil-
other people to be served, but he as- b(,,.'s ot the boarci are
sured them that they -would be treat-' ercise   a   greatly
The septic tank at Lord Kelvin
school not being satisfactory, on account of the nature of the soil, a
request will be made to the city council to extend the sewer to ths school.
All.erni,   B.   C.   June   0. ��� Maurice
Quinn, a wealthy American, owner of
35,000  acres   of   some  of  the   richest
timber land on Vancouver Island, was
In Alheni hist  week on a trip of inspection to bia holdings in this neighborhood.    Mr  Quinn has held his timber acreage  for the past nine years.
buying our tha Jioldings of the Toronto-
Lumber company.    His visit was for
������_   the purpose of finding out ahout thet
cash   prospects   of   transmutation   in   and
around Alberni.  and it  is understood
that as a result, he will form a syndicate of capitalists to erect a sawmill
and  commence  shipping timber frotn>
the western terminus of the E. & N_
railway.     The   Alberni   holding   is   a.
peculiarly wealthy one, running some
50,000 feet of timber to the acre.
ALBERTA   ACTIVITY.
STOWAWAYS START SWIM
TO SMUGGLE SELVES ASHORE
ed no worse than the other sections.  jn t]le
ille said, above  all  things,  a  govern-1
; ment must he honest; it must be lion-
eft   to   itself   and   to   the   people
represents.
future.
it
BOYCOTT CALLED OFF.
Now    One    Will    Take    the    Other's
Corpse   Back   to   Russi.i���Both
Were  Undesirable Aliens.
Boston, June ii���Two Russian stowaways on board the steamer Winifred,
from 1.hei pool, failed in an effort to
reach the land b> Bwimming ashore
when tbe vessel paused for a t<
boms oft Uoston light today, and m
of them. Max Zeliing, will accompany
the bo ly of his companion, .-. u u
Qrunberg, back to Russia.
iad  covered
MAY   INVADE CANADA.
MONTREAL IS NO PLACE
EOR ARTISTS OR POETS
Report That Michigan Stove Company   prof   Wes|ey Mills, of  McGill  Univer
Will  Cross the Line.
Windsor, June 9.���A story is printed
, .  'in the Detroit evening papers tonight
San  Francisco Will  Await   tQ the ef��ect that the Mlchlgan Stove
ot the largest concerns
sity,
Criticizes   Lack
Spirit   in   Big
of   A;
City.
is'.ic
Several   Townsites   Will    Be   Thrown
Open  This Ssummer.
Edmonton, June 9.���A. R. Davilson.
; head of the C. N, R. land department,
here on a visit today, states that sev-
| erf<l new townsites are to be openecf
this summer on the Vegreville-Calgary
| branch of the C. N. R. He states that
the construction of a line into the
Brazeau coal fields, west of this citv.
will proceed this year and that the
Athabasca Landing line Is to be completed.
There  will  be union  stations  witli
the G. T. P. at Edmonton and Calgary,
Chinese  ...  	
Action of Government.
San Francisco, June '.'.���Pending the
result of a final appeal to the federal
authorities f.n tlie removal of the Immigration station detention sheds from
Angel island '.o this city, the Chinese,
it is said, hav< decided to call off the
proposed boycott of American goods,
and cablegrams will be sent today to
-. irious mercantile organizations in
China notifying them that nothing will
be done in the : Uter until a decisive
answer Is received from the United
| States  governn.e >.t.
Former  Judge   Carol 1  Cook,  attor-
and slmilai
Company, one v,. _���	
<*i  its kind  in  the  worh',  has  under ,
consideration a plan for invading Canada with its product, the first    step
being to establish a   big   assembling I
plant on the    Canadian    side of    tlie ���
river.     Members   of   the     board     of
trade here say they have heard nothing of tlie scheme, but believe, if carried to completion, lt would mean an
investment  of  a  quarter  of  a  million
in buildings and would give employment, io n>e uundreu uitsu.
WANT   DANCE   HAlLS
FOR   WORKING
GIRLS
Zelllng and Grunberg nao "����'��* lnPv"forVhe Six"Companies
a  couple Of   miles of  their  hazardous   nej  foi
swim
sighted   them   '""'    dronned   a
  . oreanlzatlons in Chinatown, will leave
When    ^d^rppe"    "7   X'for Washington for the purpose;
JAPANESE WILL JOIN
Montreal, June 0.���Professor Wefe-I
ley Mills, one of the oldest and best'
known professors of McGill university, who has resigned from the staff
after twenty-five years continuous
service, and is leaving for England,
created a sensation at the annual
convocation, which was held today, by
a vigorous and outspoken address in
which he strongly criticised the lack
of sympathy shown . y the citizens
general  for the university.
He   characterized   Montreal   as   be-
bis, overgrown shcoolboy, satis-
Rochester, June 0.���Public dance
halls for -working girls, to be conducted under proper supervision, were advocated at the night session of the
Playgrounds Association of America
by Mrs. Charles Henry Israels, of
New York city, chairman of the committee of amusement and vacation resources of working girls.
TEAM FOR GAME IN
WEI1R LACROSSE LEAGUE
Qrunberg died as he was
the water und it  was some
fore   Zelllng   fully   recovered.       The
men were not eligible for admittance
to this country.
CHINESE    RUSHING    HERE
ifted from of placing before the President, the
hours be- secretary of state and the secretary of
commerce and labor the demands of
the local Chinese. He will carry
with him a number of affidavits of
Chinese who recently have entered
this port testifying to the abuses they
claim  to  have  undergone.
BIG SOUTH  POLE  RACE ' tied with mere material progress ancl
  .caring  little  for  the  higher life and
Xew York. June IL���Officials of the  the   humanities.     Artists,   poets and
an Museum of Natural History I literary   *"on   -
i j    men   were   unable   to   exist
and had to seek other and more
GENERAL FRENCH PLEASED.
ntup
of
Play
ri  Who  Will
Oppo
V.
A.
C. .,
Brockton
Point
on
Saturday.
Rumored Increase of Head Tax Sends
Them  by  Hundreds.
Ottawa.   June   9.���According   to   returns   received  by  the  department   of
trade  tind   commerce  there  ls   a  big _
Increase   In   Chinese   immigration   to      New York, .hint
only    explanation    torjdealers of this city are selling 687,66
$100,000   WORTH   OF   WOOD
SOLD  AT   PRICE  OF   MEAT
I
er ih,
1 and
g ���wholesale m("11
ling 587,662
to retail butch-
American .Museum u.  ..
today learned with interest that Japan  here.
is planning to join the race for the  congenial fields
South   Pole.     Lieutenant   Shirase,  of I 	
the Japanese army, is to he In charge
of the proposed expeoittou.
He hopes to start at the end of July,
or the beginning of August, lu a 150-
ton boat, with auxiliary engines and a
crew of sixteen,    llis proposed  route I      ;���',''.- .-     .
is to Edward VII. bay. and thence by i French toda>' had.a f?r��e,^
sleigh toward the pole.    He will take
fifteen sleighs and Manchurlan ponies.
Lieutenant Shirase. who Is a seasoned
traveller and explorer, has the support
Touring Party Coming.
London. June 9.���The main tourinar
party of the university men who are
about to proceed to Canada and the
l'nited States under the auspices of
*'<u Student Traveling bureau leave
Liverpool on June 21. .   i. .1
Canada,    the    only    ex, 	
which  is a  rumor  in China thai  the .pounds of wood a year to reran Uuw_a- graven*,	
bead lax of $.un is to ho increased to  ,.,-. .,_ mp-it   aeeordlns to an estimate   ���r m       . \,    *-i"*'---. -     _ -
,���,,,,..       !t,h ilH me.H. in.ii>itimi, io <iu uBuuiu.it   0f Count Okuma, Marquis Katsura and
v.. lilly denied.      [made by Clement J. Driseall, chief of  others
I��� : Seoul
Mtigei
fl- Kcond
.   _.   Jast  night   between
wppertoii   ud Regina teams, the
Wive of  t| ,    intermediate  league
i ihe following play-
- against   the   V.   A.   C.   at
{,  '"  Pi on    Saturday;    Coal,
I    it. D  Dlgby; coverpolnt.
'*;iii|     drsl   defence,   A.   Rob-
m-.**m. - delence, w. Patchell;
\V.   Sangster:    centre,
I; third home, R. Sang-
iome,   N.   Kenny,   first
outside,  V.  Mcl'had-
llford"H1"'  ".   Swanson;   spares,   J.
Ihe onzie,
i'l""' is "'������'���>   one  Sapperton   man
We,.1     p   "nd i,r,tM' n,p Bhdfcing
''J Unit  team last night nginst
reginas, the   league   leaders,   tt
I "':''"' thai they aro entitled to
Hie team Win leave tomorrow
$1,000, but  this _
If Chinese Immigration keeps up
at the same rate many thousands will
arrive this year. In 1906 there were
eight new arrivals wilh sixty-nine exempts; in 1906 a total of 168; In
lliiiT. 291; In 1908, 2,234; In 1I>00,
2,308, Figures tor April and May of
this year will be forthcoming shortly.
the bureau of weights and measure...
The wood is in the form of skewers,
which are pul   Into tne carcasses.
The value of this amount of meat at
an average of sixteen cents a pound
would  be close to    $100,000,
out  of the pocket
will
N'a-
coint s
i the
one o'clock car f
'or Vancouver.
'���"lllloil
'8 first ,
ln9 George  Holds  Court.
���III!
He  '.I���1<
King George held   came
RESPITE.
Wide Tire Act to Be Suspend for One
Month.
Vancouver, June 9.���Owing to the
great influx of settlers to Fort George
and the surrounding country, provisions have become very scarce along
the Cariboo road, and traffic Is very
congested. Tons of freight are walt-
j Ing at Ashcroft for suitable vehicles
I to convey It to the points where
Is most needed. For this reason
merchants of the city have petitioned
the provincial government to suspend
" the Wide Tire act, wliich
on January 1 of this
which
ui oi ,.,v ,._  of the consumer eventually. Mr. Drlscoll says,
lie has arranged conferences with a
number of wholesale and retail dealers in the hope of devising some remedy for this condition.
Museum Gets Skeletons.
New York, June 9.���Japan
make the American Museum of
tural History a present of six whale
skeletons. lYuir of them are now
bound for this port by way of the Suez
canal and will be received next month.
Two more will be dlspatche I Just as
soon as the whales are caught.
Halifax   Troops   March   Past   Famous
English   Soldier.
''alifax. June  9.���General  Sir John
^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ' "14 men
on the common for his inspection of
the permanent and local militia of
Halifax. They inarched past in column, returning in a mass of quarter
columns. The general addressed the
field officers after the review, expressing his pleasure with the march past
and the physique of the men.
The forts were visited tonight and
searchlights tested.
Tomorrow the tactical exercise will
be continued and on Saturday Gen
eral French wlll go to St. John. Ma
TREATY DEFINES
BOUNDARY LINES
Longstanding Dispute Between Canada and States-
is Settled at Last.
Ottawa, June 9.���Copies have been
������ i received of the treaty recently eon-
;h-1 eluded with the United States having
ing   With   the   soldiers   were  twenty-
nine cadets from the Halifax academy
an-
Infielder Sold for $1,500.
CS5"SSi S InnlSerWThomas
I the  Brooklyn club by the Cincinau
Nationals for  $1 BOO.
..hhhhh-      lo...... 'CONSERVATIVES NOT SUF.E
__  rU|F   CONTEST   IS   WORTH   WHILE
Post.il  Savings Bank  Bill  Passed,     j
Washington.   D.   C  June   !i.-lhe      *���"'^""'he "district   of   Vermillion
tO 113.    The bill  already  has passed  w ���v. h* ;---r ���,--.,_, ; .^esta'    The predominant jffl^^.to
postal savings bank bill, i
the   republican   caucus  of   ....    --~rr | BVenlng   	
was passed today, the votei being IM       con8ldprtng the advisability
~  haB P'li mating a candidate  in  the  Interests
reference to the boundary between
Canada and that country. The agreement ls important in that it marks
the end of all boundary questions at
Issue between the two countries.
At  one  time it   was  proposed  that
.the matter be submitted for adjudica-
���\. I tion to an international tribunal.     By
the terms of the treaty, Pope's Folly
island   goes  to  the  States,  and  cer-
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the senate.
it
the
action under
into force
iouri today in St. James pal
l0ns ,     "     he   received   deputa-
ieii"   '"    authorlties,   who pre-
tine ,���,,'"   '"v;l1   aedresses.      The
*   I'MlIln,!    (,,    ,. , -
1(1 Ihem In terms of up-
noon
city
theli
���WaUon.
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June    !).���At    the   ���
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unto
received
       Bowser  this
a  letter iroui   ���� -
morning, to the
will   be   suspendi	
enable Mie provisions to ga
Cariboo district
yCH ' A. Stone, of Vancouver,
letter from Hojjlj..^ the ,ot
d  until July  IB  to
nto the
Immigrants to New York are
Fleeced By Federal Officer
n  tt��;��U^'^*^5y!^^   Us   lan-i   h��8
of that party to succeed Arclue ( amPj jg J   * 1 municlpalitles all kind*
.bell,   the   late  meit-.-er   In   the        ai ,       been    a    long
'legislature.    T.. McAW-ter.  P;-'J-;;1X (liS.n.te as to which had the
of  the  association,
chosen  to oppose  Sifton, if it
elded to contest the seat.
SHORT ALTERNATE WEEKS.
Mills
"men's Temperanc
111 C;
''"tion today It wns
;,l  the  niembershlp
as 12,0.00, and for
'liere license  taws
'here    was     more
In     C-innli
^.-Notices
seven   cot-
foi
���lllll'l.l
"��� country
Stalled,
Itl'llik      H^^-^^
1 ''ui|-;"mod|	
��oria     ",l"'1' ����untry in the
Seven    Massachusetts    Cotton
Will   Only  Run  Occasionally
Fall River. Mass.. June
were posted  today  In  tin
,on mills of Ibe I'a I   Til       "   u,v   wlll
company   announcing   tpav 	
be   shut   alternate ,WOttSf'mrtafliiiteiy^! UtlOD
���ext week and contint. ng hjgpjf^
Dullness of the cloth ma.ket is
Now York. Juno O.-Mayor Gaynor
,...;   been    hunting   graft   In  <*othe
I    He Bays thai he has found
n     ,l        It   was   nourishing   openly
IZfldoon  after   the   mayor   took   office
heSr0e��celved complaints whUJ. led-hg
,���,,��� Bn investigation.   AppUcattts
naturalisation Pa?**.���
stand
i���  Hip federal building and
"" iU Z after  day.  awaiting  atten-
���������
��� ��� .
'���*���������������������������
signed   as tho   cause
Five thousand
of   the
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r>nv   detectives   were   stationed   in
��  "',e'  l,,}i^^.ntaSvScheS0lm:!'��.    the ma5;o,
that Jacob, Ooldf eln a^micnea )iav_  ,nve8tWftte   t;le matter.
curtail
ing his ease attened to. Goldstein
told him, he said, that if he did not,
pay he might stand in line a hundred
days without getting any nearer to
the room in wliich ibe- clerks were
making out the papers. The favored
positions in tlie line were said to bo
for those who paid.
The detective says he paid $14 to
Goldstein, who was then nnested.
Other detectives reported that Goldstein canvassed the ��tne daily seeking money and In a book found on
hi in were what appears to be a record
| of   150   payments,   ranging   from   $5
tO  $15.
I     Goldstein was held under ball, and
Attorney   General   WIckersham  today
that  he  would
A Pertinent Question.
London, June 9.���In the hone of
forcing a vote of confidence In Sir
Rldon Gorst. Hritish ai'ent and consul general ln Egypt. Sir Heu'-v Dll-
sell, a liberal member of parliament,
will ask the government next Mon-
. nv wiiothc- lt has lost conticleuco in
Sir Eldon Gorst.
is de-' right to collect, and in which country a resident of the island had t
ri .ht to vote. This, as well as the
other issue on fishing rights, is determined by the treaty as Negotiated
by Ambassador Bryce and Secretary
Knox.
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sons are a
ffee'.e
d. and
iletnandc
d $25 as the price of
Aviator Kills one, Maims  Ot^Ts.
Worcester, Eng., June 9.���White an
aviator was attempting an exhibition
at the Agricultural show here today
his aeroplane became unmanageable
and swoope I o-'wn upon a crowd of
people, ki':ing (:ie woman and injuring severu! other persons. Tho aviator escape-' p.-u-tlcally unlnjuiod.
Seek Religious Freedom.
Madrid. June !).���At a meeting   of   the   cabinet,  presided
over   hy   King   Alfonso   today
Premier Canale Jas demanded
that the government Inaugurate its religious program by
the recognition of absolute
freedom on conscience throir-'fi
the abrogation of all Imperial
decrees prohibiting the public
services of non-Catholic religious b'odies. C * T" C
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Hammocks
Croquet Sets
Pic Nic Baskets
Pic Nic Plates
Etc., Etc.
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New Westmin:-'-r, B, C
LAID*  AGENTS.
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gUcce,       re^re    C0A..T    LAnoR   AGENTS'    MANX
ra-  0   -'   ?rfc��!"    13  P�� we
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Mineral Waters
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trtm   "������   V"    Wk ������-.*.-    baOaoce Ux matter  ia certain of
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dovn lerely   *���*���>    doae   to to eogage in ������-��� eoterprlae on    - -
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-   PLAN PUBLIC PAP.K TO
Manufictt-
by
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WHITESrDK A EDMONDS, BARKIS
r-?rs an-; aottettora, Westralnfter
Trast r.:-'1- Colombia atreet. New
Weatvdaster.    w. J. Whiteside, H
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J. HENLEY
NEW    WESTMINSTER,  B t
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AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
PERPETUATE  KING'S  MEMORY
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terma ��� blcli wfl] be arranged
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try   roaa    ama      ft ..-���
Oaly I; 'I.'   oa terma
A movement la 00 foot In Ene'and
oat a public p-ark at  Newmar-
��� ��� ���    ;���-;-���-  '���  tbe mf-raory of King
Edward,   i', li  1 ESeeted thai an at- j
, ���   --���-.:������   leqolre tbd Severala
and lay It 1 .-    - |n irr.arr.ental park'
���TENOBHAPHY    ��
TYP*WRIT1NC
FRKEMAN     BUNTING,     I��'��0M
Curtis Block.   P. O. Rox 691.
work,
Coumbla  street.
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Typewntins
  letters, etc.
Port  v..  ,i.-;..  Joae  '.- ��� A  vein  of towoabfp.   The Severala la a piece of     phone':
���-���   a taaiple  0< ? '     r'i< Tower on , mmmmmm __
tbe too  baa been c-       red ta ���-': left at tbe beginning of the Bury
��� :   property of Stewart road.   Th*- townspeople l>ave the 're*l real estate
;��� .���
��� tr*.   ', .*L_\ 	
7    ��   ��� r ���.   fe H'.-wiston, tbe Port Arthur contrae- ue�� of it for two days a year so that;
���/..'-.   ���'-���/,j\  ha;f way    betw^tn    thaa  It
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cannot   be   alienated,   though  ft   Is WHITE. BHILBS ��  00
city and Fort William.   The value of really owned by tbe exectrtoM ol tbe Real  &&** *-*���>  ln����aee Agenta-
"���'-��� ���:- .ff.'K.-.-i-.y pro^is.r^'  M- ?'.r U'-nry McCalmont, and leaaed I    f'tv.   farm   snd   e.nnrban   property.
to -a ���-:'���-. ; ���  .  owoeri u en   by tbem I   the '��� ekey clob.   There isl    ���*��� :ind '" Columbia St.
I   ���   mining expert  a cricket  pitch In one corner, bnt the -        ���~J=
gate and teat tbe whole of tbe ground i* need cbl tailors.
re -. and .--   ��� tor the  exerdalng of  boraea     It   i-  -~~ ���--���~-^~^~^~~���-���.
orery wa�� made by work- not a necessity to Newmarket for tbe|GALVIN, LADIES   AND MEN'S TAI-
KELLINGTON BROS
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Pho
*t")'i'.. HAlrK���KKPklGKRATOft   r'/ '.'   !>^p. ��".','���<*/��    ^^/,:    3   <*./<   choice
I -     ��� . -:.:.;' . .<���.:-,     ���.���,- .    -.:,     i;.;;.r     r. , | ;. M      ..--.-;.
fo: -'-. In        og the      cheap;  ?:' down   ^.ar."; monthly
I.'.-   ������ - '   ��� ��� ���  233      Worth In eatlgatbig
Kie ���-.'.'.-,  >-.'���'<-���   cornet  Third  are   ���������������������������������������������������
,. ,,.    .;., ,-,. .     oggf refoaed      r"'/���L,3t   r-in   Ninth   street   between
Third  arid  Pourt.  areDae;   onaur-
paaaed rlew.    Price only %'.>'>.).
j men,  who called tbe firm's attention Heath is so vast that there are plenty
mineral (on -    be di* of otbe   1    ��� <    foi the purpoae.   Tbe
1 ���:   :.     ���-. Kinz   Edward   Memorial   park   la  the
-.  -r'.y. *.   .-a.\x.   ,',.,..-          -   .        ���  ,. ���'���<������ = , and name proposed.   How better conld one
"-'--                                   definlb ; to a larg of tbi   beal aportamen thai ever lived
���"s���^ss.r.. *^.   ti                       | 11  ,-,.:. ������,   -.I.-   tame 11 ^ '���' '��� a ri i o i.' i ii i e ri t to Ii i s 1 m per i s Ii a hi e
firm. fame?
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VOU.   BALB   GOOD    WORK    TEAM
<?.>'<> tha l. Bo ..-.:    Alao wagon an-i
l.i.'-j'   |   (new)      Apply   A.   N.   Ma':-
kay, Burnaby Lake .    0, B. C.
yfjlt    SALK        MAOOON    BTRAW-
berry    rannere.     Specially   grown
from    young   i/UiT'.' Four   dollars
l^rr   thousand.     I.   Claude Hill,  liar��� . 8outh
oaby   Lai;'-,   P,  <>
Modern   8 rciorr.ed   houaa,  ideally   situ- ,
af-d;   close In.    If  you  are  looking
for tucfa a pla'* call and sea us at \
on")      Price   and   lermn   on   appli-.
cation.
ROOMti   TO   RENT.
To'Tu-.vf'H If'.lliHKD  ROOM.  204
/Lyjt< ;i street
2 SUITES OF HOUSEKEEPING
rootna to renl In Bapperton Apj/iy
:ii2 Hospital atreet.
Westminster���'/A acre view'
lots on 'rar Una at BrownslTll*. j
Price izso per lot;  ^caah, balance I
eaey.     If  yon   want  ���   home,  ��aeure
one at OBOe, as they tra the cheap- '
est arid nearest lots on tha market. !
KELUNGTON BROS.
Corner  Calumbla  and   Begbie   8treete.
Phone 6B0.
TO RENT    FURNISHED ROOM.
ply v.ik. Milton itreet,
AP
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIOHT
bouaekeeplng to rent. Ajipiy to A. H
Fergueon, Pythian Hall building.
TO   LET     UNFURNISHED  THREE
rreoma;   electric   UkIh..    Apply  2:1:1
Eleventh Btreet oi 746 Columbia Ht..
SEALED TENDERS addreaaed to
tbe undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Steel Tug Boat for British
Columbia" win be received at this of-
Qce   iinlil   4;00  p.m.,  on   Monday,  July
1, lino, for the construction of a steel
tiiK boat.
riatnl     ''lil,lH- Hpcclllcatlon and form of con-
'  tract can be teen and forma of tender
:
TO  RENT.
TO   REN1     AN   8 ROOMED
on Seventh  street.    Apply Wilsoni, obtftlned  .���. llllH department, at thi
Cook as Co.( Northern crown Hank1
building,
offices of (I. A. Keefer, Esq., district
em-Jiiier, 1'onl, Ollice building, New
TO RENT 10 ACRES OF CLEARED I Westminster, B.C., and William Headland i-oori bouse, large barn, pack- er*��n' |,;K'i- resident architect, post
Ing bouse, stable, chicken run, 200 offloe building, Victoria, B. C.
bearing fruit trees; on .ood road Persons tendering are notified that
close to Iran,  iin.-;   n  miles from tenders will nol be considered unless
City     Apply to Wlliion, Cook fi. Co., ' ���������'"��������� ""   ll">  Printed   forum  supplied,
Northenr Crown Bank Building.     ,il1"1 "i*"8^  wlt1' ,llt;l1' tt,'tl1111 signa-|
' tun-H.   Hliitlnn   their   occupations   and
���   ��� places of residence.    In the case of
firms, the actual signature, the na-
L08T.
LOST-  POCKET    HOOK    CONTAIN-
ling   nmn   of   money    nnd     valuable
rpapers.   Name on pocket book, s.
n.  i,Upton.    Finder  please  return
'to    Keiiy, Douglas ft Co.,    Front
Hired  nnd ohinlti  reward
For nil kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
ime of the occupation and place of
residence of eacli member of tbe Arm
nniHi be given.
Tenders musl specify time of <io-
llvery  of tug  hunt   at   New   VVchIiiiIii-
i.Ici, B.C., free of all riskh and charge..
The  Department  does nol  hind Itself to accept the lowesl or any lender.
By order,
NAPOLEQN TBSSIER,
Secretary,
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, June 6, 1010,
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GOODNER'S
"Wonders of Australia"
=SH0W=
Corner of Columbia and McNeely Streets
Opposite Merchants' Hotel
SEE--The Emus, the Wonderful Wingless Birds of Australia.
SEE--"Tilly", the KANGAROO, carry-
ing her baby in the pouch, and
other Kangaroos.
SEE-the Monkeys, Opposums and Porcupines.
MUSEUM
See the Wonderful Eight-legged Calf, the
Eight-legged Pig, the Man Fish, Emu Eggs, Coral
Rock and many other attractions.
LIVERY   STABLE.
��ING   UP    3il    FOR    HACKS AND
���������rt   UrMit     Tk��   Pasbioa   bia
��� \4*.
FISH   AND   GAME
UNION   ft   A TLI NO.   MSH
Osss*  V*g*l*b\a~*��� etc
FRUIT,
     Dean Block,
������xt t* Bask ef VfontreoL
^^^\ FURNITURE
ft. ��� fAI.M, THK Kb'KMltilifc.
DmIm-. Dykelstertr and Undertaker,
Nriir AgMti aad McKen/.U nr��pu,
PkM* 171, alrkt call 11.
The   Arrow   Prcsi
rafiir 'J'hi' Dnllv  NSWS CO., 800 Victoria   Without
Street ment.
Newspapers  win  nol   he paid  for j
this advertisement if they Insert,It j
tuthoi Hy   from   the   Dep-irt- '���
Adults, 15c
Children, 10c
CA1INET   MAKING.
D. V. LK\YTHVVArf]�� PaTuNKT^
maker and upholsterer. A2l> Clark-
Bon street (behind Burr block).
Furniture made and repaired. Million furniture ln lir and oak.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWOKKiNG
Oe., b��ak, office and store Iiuings;
eahlaet, gtalr, showcases, nianiei?
trim detail work. Deslnns and c��ti
mateB furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Kleventh
ss* car line. P. O. box 254, Phone
473.
RARER   HANGING  &   DECORATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPKU, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Banltas;
house painting, kalnoralnlng, paper
Imaging and decorating. Sixth
���treet,  New Westminster.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKK MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street. New west
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw nnd shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
  :
****************************************************
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. c. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAB.
McKay, manufacturer nnd importer
of niounmentnl tombstones, hunting
stone, etc. Satisfaction Bttaranteea,
Columbia Btreet, New Westminster.
**a*aaaa*aa**+<.+**.ti
I       HORSE
1     SHOEING
EL J.  A.  BURNETT. AUOITOR  AND   ���
Accountant.     Tel.    R 128.    Roo::.   J
*"ef.mi-s;er Trust !
It T. PRINCE. AUDITOR AND AC-
esartaat Andits node. Sysienis
orgasire4. Agent for tie Hail Saf��
Co. Room I Wfeetmlnster Trust
bl��ck       P.  O.   B^x  795.
WOOD  WORK. AND]
REPAIRING   OF ALL.
KINDS
- Done At -
VEIN   OP SILVER   PO'JND.       ^	
  ' for the beautifying of a racing town  c^gxOM      STENOGRAPHY       AND
'  Hi/ 6��*/<����n Fort Wiiiam and  and ss on everlasting tribute W what      Typewriting;   copy    work.  t>nsn��*si
Pert Arthur. ���   -   deceased   monarch  did    for    the;
! Benson & Ht
X    At   D
X  ��th St
Dick   Be'-
i-.:-:
Next
*4 4*4***4H*<
loring.    A new line of Spring suiting just in.    Button  making, pressing and repairing.    Room   ���   Bmll
hlock.    Entrances 625 Columbia St.
and 626 Clarkson St     Phone R508.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITY    CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
ers imi Syer. , 345 Columbia Btr^t,
phone R2T8 Th* place where th'
dirt and dimt ls removed from the
��� Sre���tot pre��s��d ln. Goods called
f��r  Sid  deilr.red.
A   GOOD    FRIEN0    ALWAYS
if vou deposit
safety ln The ' "
It wiil be sail
It, and ready ��
and  It
AUTheTime
earning for you tl ������
Interest.    Small or
may   be deposited
snffll
Un*
Id
80   BRANCHES
Ontario,   Qaebee   and  *-*'
West.
CAPITAL
REST    ...
$4,000.0001
4."&O-OO0
Bank of Toronto I
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Mgr,
White Star--Dominid
Canadian Service
TWI
crosl'l
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw,   14,900 ton*.
S.S.  MEGANTIC���
Twin screw, 14.900 tons-
largest and most modern
commodatlon equal to ���" f
Ing  the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply t0
E. G O U L E T,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTWSgjL^
CITY  OF  NEW_WE^1|NSTER
Notice.
waiting
on
o|
All vehicles While va^Z%gth*^_\
lumbia street must. StandI l s^ M
with   tho   streel,    and ,li.'e
against the sidewalk, ��<" rtmcl|
mav be sufficient  room pa8��.
and espeolally the Are team" M tWj
alonfe the  street,  with  p-"
public. ,   .     	
W. A. ';:,;., Cier��
to
ly Order:^B	
City Hall, May 27, 1010.
'S.��* FBI
dav.
JUNE
10,   1910-
THE DAILY NEWS.
\T~'r
-      ,n REGISTRY ACT
-y...  ���i���r.u K. St. An
_ .ni and
Jfrri proof of J-^ifMF." issued
\c--v��" '     .......ner li-�� r
10 Block K,
1G5, New  West-
Map
Number
10S3 of Certi-
koti''1
is
is
bei'd
riven
Morrison,  has
that 1 shall,
I
es
L date
li"
ipiratlon
of i'"
if
liist
one month from
oubllcation here-1
i  it ���!.,., 1     in   ,
CITY  OF   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Notice to Contractors���Tenders for
Laying Water Main:
Tenders will be received by the undersigned for the laying and jointing
of about fourteen (14) miles of 25-inch
Steel Rivetted pipe and about 8,000
feet each of 12-lnch and 13-lnch Lap-
welded Steel pipe. The tender includes hauling the pipes, fixing of all
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
lhe undei signed, and endorsed "Tender for Steel Dredge for Hritish Columbia," will be received at this ollice
until 4:00 p.m., on Wednesday, July
20,   1910,  for   the   construction   of   ai
gel
 ._��� ... _.   Steel   How-Well   Twin   Screw
valves   and   specials,   construct! in   of   Loading Hredg
l!ar:
VICTORIA LAWYERS
MAKE A PROTEST
Object to City Being Left
CANADIAN PACIFIC'
RAILWAY CO.
NOTICE
PAGE THREE.
CONTRACTORS.
oewspapei
pub
Wf/er��mrn.Bter,
City "' ;';,,.   ,id Certificate, un-
Sij^ut valid objection
,::,;; in "
writing.
C. S. KI
,    .  registrar
ollice, New
6. liHO.
'shed Lttlbrldges, culverts, etc.   Plans, profiles,!    Plans, specification and form of con-
issue ' specifications,  conditions  of  contracl  tract can be seen and forms of tender
'and  further  Information   may  be  ob- obtained at this   department,   at the
talned from the City and Waterworks offices of J. L. Micbaud, Esq., District
Engineer, J. W.  B. Blackman, on re-  Engineer,  Merchants Bank  Bldg., si.
ieque, value $50, James  Street,  Montreal;   .1. G,  Sing,
Isq., District Engineer, Confederation
, a ���    !,'-v
fcdIUh..1
HTH,
of Titles
Westmiu
BJ
LAND
ACT.
Land
lit-.
fc: :t
Westminster   L.na   District.
wes james  Bateman,
���ak,- not1' occupation, stone-
I     ��� i , for Eermission
,. [owing    described
pill       ''
ids: poat   planted  at i
fonmencin! Bmall ,Bl!ind,
���rtbei north of Nelson
abou lherly,   westerly
^^c lerly,    along   the
Iii | commencement;
to t: ��� . ,,.Ea
,,   . ore or less.
IES BATEMAN,
Applicant
IDlIN F. BAGGS.
L
^RATION OF BURNABY.
y^nda  Waterworks.
.     ,  piven that all par-
��� ler  service  are   re-
ppllcation on printed
, ,...i at  the  collec-
' as   possible
JDER8, C. M. < ���
nds, ll. C, May
celpt of a marked c
which will be returned on receipt of
a bona fide tender.    A marked cheque
for B  per cent   of  the amount   musl
accompany each tender.
Tenders will be received up lo f.
p. iu. of June 27, 1910. The lowi I
or any tender nol necesi ti lly accepted..
W.   A.   DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, June
K,  1910.
Tenders will be received by the
undersigned for the construction oi"
the first section of the Canadian
| Northern Pacific Railway from New
; Westminster easterly for a distance
jof sixty miles. Tenders to include
;the grading, bridging, masonry, track.
i laying, ballasting and erection of tele-
    Leave New Westminster: |graph line.
W;tV.r.,f  o   CivM^w,    Or.  nfl    5:45���ConnectB with train to Somas     Plans,   profiles   and   specifications-
YYlinOUt  3,  oUprenie LiOUrtland Transcontinental No. 97; arriving may t,e seen an(j Tender Forms pro-
Ivow Westminster 7:43. |cured  at  the  office of  T.   H.   White,
also
EFFECTIVE   SUNDAY,   JUNE   5.
I New Westminster 7:4
Judge.   It is Inconvenient!   ono-with no. 2 going east;
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 181
CAPITAL
RESERVE
Branches thi oughoul
Newfoundland,   ami   in
land. New Vork, Chicago an I Spokane,
U.S.A., and   Mexh .  cry.    a  general
banking    business    transacted.    Let-
tei s of I'm-,lit Issued    available   with '
correspondents in   all   parts of   the
Wot Id.
Savings Hank Department���Deposits
received in sums of .1 and upward,
and Interest allowed -it 3 per cent, per
itnnum  (present rutc).
Total   Assets over  (1S6.000.000.00
NEW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
C. D, BRYMNER, Manager.
Life Building, Toronto, Ont., and G. A
Keefer, Esq., Distrlcl Engineer, New
Westminster, B.C.
Persons tendering are notified thai
tenders will not be coi I lered unless
made on the pi Inted foi ms supplh d
and signed with their actual signa*
tines, 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 nn labor of the firm
must be given.
Tenderers must, specify time of delivery Of die,Ice ai Vancouver, B.C.,
free of all risks and charges,
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
$14,400,000.00 bank, payable to the order
11,000,000.001of the Honorable the Minister
ol Lands and Works, for twenly-five
thousand dollars ($25,000.00), which
will be forfeited if the person tender-
ii " dii line to enter Into a contract
when called upon to do so. or fail to
complete the work contracted for. If
the tender be not accepted the
cheque will be returned
The department does nol bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
Ht order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER.
Secretary.
Department of Public Works.
Ottawa, May 31, 1910.
Newspapers   will   not   ho   paid   for
'this  advertisement  if  they  insert   it
without   authority   from   the     department.
Canada
London
and
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston ond Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
11:
[Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P.  M. daily
���      steveston  and way points.
except  Saturday, and
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
_  to :
2 and
II.
4 Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
���
C   E.  H. ticket office and on board steamer,
s-on every hour (on the half-hour) for \
F.lec-
ancou-
See the Famous
Ip ti
Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver,
���   to Stevestoa, Saturday afternoons
Etc.
11.
Tenth
Phone
St.,   New
53.    ^^^
Westminster.
T   H
IT   PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
E DAILY        NEW
GOING
Are the lots I have for sale on
FIRST STREET
Have you bought yet ?
Victoria,    June  9.���An    interesting
proceeding look place yesterday morn-
I In:   in the Chamber Court Indicating
[thai the legal practitioners of Victoria
lia\e become tired ot being good na-
tured al  the expense or their clients'
and their own Interest in the matter
of holding over business until a judge
of the supreme court might happen to
come along.    Victoria lias frequently
b; en h fl without a judge for long period   ol time, with the result that many
Instances   of   sacrifice   in   legal   busi-
ne     and private inten sts of litigants
could be cited.
Tbe matter came  to a point  yes-
'' when   Mr.    Justice    Gregory
i for the views of the members
of the bar as to whether he should
go er to Vancouver io assist In the
congestion of legal business which is
said to exist there. Mr. Justice
Murphy is the only judge at present
in Vancouver, the Chief Justice is ln
Koi ��� may on assize work, so is Mr.
Justice Clement, while Mr. Justice
Mo on had just been granted six
months' leave of absence aud bad
gone abroad.
J. II. Lawson stated that any further absence of the judge from Victoria would be a serious matter for
| his business just now, as this is the
I last month before the long vacation,
and he would be compelled to protest
firmly against the uncertainly of a1
judge's attendance In Victoria wliich
now prevails.
11. Dallas Helmcken, K.C. on behalf
of the bar, pointed out that it would |
cause  a  great deal  of  inconvenience
just now if Mr. Justice Gregory were
to go to Vancouver.    Ile, Mr. Helmcken, did not speak in any selfish spirit,
but for the Sake of tlie bar in Victoria
I who on many occasions had just cause
i for complaint by reason of their being
I no judge here to dispose of business.
During  Mr.  Justice    Gregory's    time
alone, there have been periods, one at
least of ten days when there has been
no judge here, but the bar made no
complaint, as tbey recognized that his
lordship had  given the utmost satisfaction to tlie local bar since his ele-
I vat ion  to  the  bench.    The  cause  of
complaint   was   not   within   his   lordship's control, but in this instance and
j iu   the   present     circumstances,   Mr.
! Helmcken would enter a vigorous pro-
' test against  Victoria being left without a judge.    The uncertainty in this
matter of having a judge had in many
Instances obliged   people    to    settle
claims   at   a   considerable     sacrifice.
General practice fell Into indifference,
and   tlie   public   were   led   to   believe
that it was impossible to have claims
adjudicated upon except at great loss
of time.
Mr. Moresby mentioned that in addition to liis general business suffering from the present complaint, he is
now ready with a trial in which some
of the witnesses are coming from
Illinois.
Mr. Justice Gregory stated that he
has at present a great deal of work
on hand, so much so that from present appearance he would have to
spend the long vacation preparing j
judgments,
A.   E.   MePhillips,  K.   C,  and    Mr.
i Alkman   also   protected  against    anv
' continuance  of  the  practice  of  leaving Victoria without a judge.
His lordship stated that he thought
from the present view of the calendar
> he would be able to give the last week
j in   June  to   the   assistance     of     his
j brother judges in Vancouver, although
he  hoped  that In the meantime  the
j Chief Justice or Mr. Justice Clement
would be available.
SO HOMESICK THAT
THEY    BECOME   CRAZY
connection for Nieola and train from
Agassiz, Kootenay, Okanagan and
Sumas;    arriving    Xew    Westminster
10:18.
16:25���With train for Agassiz, Koo
tenay points, Sumas and St. Paul; returning arrive Westminster IK:111.
19:35���With  N'o.  96 Transcontinental easthound and trains from Mission,
Nicola and Okanagon points, and No.
1   from   east;   arrive   New   Westminister 22:02.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P.  R.
H.  C.  B.  FOSTER,  A. G. P. A.,  Vancouver.
Chief  Engineer.   Koom   15,   135  Hastings Street West, Vancouver.
Total work to be completed by June-
1, 1911, and tenders to be received
at our office, Toronto, not later than
June   L5, 1910.
MACKENZIE, MANN & CO.. LTD.
10:00 a.m.
1:00 p.m.
10:00 a. m.
11:00 p. m
11:30 p.m.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. CoastSS. Sailings;
E
On and after June 5.
STEAMSHIPS FROM VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
    Dally !
   Dally i
TO   SEATTLE.
    Daily
.... Daily except Saturday
  Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
00 p. m    Dailv
TO   UNION   AND   COMOX.
00 p. in    Mondays
00 a. in.. .Thursdays and Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
00 p. m  Every Saturday
TO   PRINCE   RUPERT.
11:00 p.m.  Every  Thursday and  Sat. i
TO  STEWART   (Portland  Canal).
11:00 p.m    Every  Thursday
S. S.  Beaver leaves  N'ew  Westminster 8 a. m. Monday, Wednesday  and
Fridays;    leaves   Chilliwack   8   a.m.
i Tuesday,   Thursday   and   Saturdays.
For particulars, apply to
ED GOULET,
Agent, N'ew Westminster.
C   B.   FOSTER,
A. G. P. A., Vancouver
LAND  ACT.
New   Westirinster   Land   District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Simon Henry
Clowes of Vancouver, 11. C, occupation, building inspi ctor, 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 lyings.
in channel between Granite island an<��
Nelson island; tlience northerly, westerly, southerly and easterly, along tha
shore to the place ot commencement;
containing 10 acres more or l^ss.
SIMON HENKY CLO WES,
Applicant.
P.er JOHN  F.  BAGGS.
April 20, 1010. Agent.
LAND ACTS.
Nsw V/estmister Land District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLennan, of Vancouver, British Columbia,,
occupation contractor, intends to apply for permission to purchase the-
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of the island situate about four (4) chains from Timber limit No. 38733, tlience northerly
land 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.
RlocS:
VICTOR  A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon Building.
Phone  681
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625 Columbia Street
New   Westminster,   B.
C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. Cal.
And  at 603   Hastings  St.,  W.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
Re Lots number  14  and  15,
N'ew Westminster suburbs.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of Title Number 6692 A, issued
in the name of Eustace Alvauley Jenus
jhas been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
at the expiration of one month from
j the date of the first publication hereof,
iin a daily newspaper published In the
| City of New Westminster, issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in
| the meantime valid objection be made-
to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH
District Registrar of Titles^
Land Reelstry Office. New Westminster, B.C.. Mav 12, 1010.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver  Landings
The  New  Sternwheeler
s. s. paystreak]
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, witi*
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, FrJ-
I day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
'First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New  Westminster.
Estimates
of
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Given  on   Any
job   Printing
Kind
Phone
f��   fl
in**?
Ill P1S9
' Cier��
Cost only $300 to $500
You pay no interest for 2 years
Here is an Al proposition which should appeal
to the wise speculator.
You are offered property in the best part of city.
You are offered property at a low price.
You are offered generous terms on your
purchase.
tomorrow ^^^^^^^^B
BUY TODAY
%
kj ft
FADER
PHONE 712
Columbia Street.
Montreal. June 9.���Several Russian
immigrants Who have manifested
symptons of Insanity siuce their arrival in Canada, are now being taken
buck to tiie country ot their origin
via the Canadian Pacific steamers to
England.
One of tbe immigration officers at'
the Windsor street Btatlon said that
the men ure undoubtedly insane |
through that strange malady nostalgia,
from which many of the Slav immigrants suffer. Nostalgia is nothing more or less than homesickness,
but homesickness so acute that It assumes the form of a disease.
"Tlte immigrants from Russia seem
peculiarly liable to this disease," said
tlie officers above referred to.    "The
L'nited States has spent hundreds of
thousands  of  dollars   iu  transporting
back to Uussla Immigrants who have
gone insane    through    homesickness.
Until about a year ago the law matte
lt compulsory for an Immigration of-
Ucer   to  accompany  every   such  perlson back to his home town or village
ln Russia, but now It ls sufficient to
hand him over Into the care of    the
authorities.    Such expensive journeys
for the government were becoming far
too frequent.
"Why  nostalgia should  affect Russian Immigrants more than any others
Is hard to say.    Thece seems to be ,
something   in  the   Slav   temperament I
which has its roois deep down in its
native soil, and transplanting in many
instances  is  productive  of  the   most
disastrous   results.     Compared     with
the United States.    Canada has been
remarkably free from insanity through
homesickness,    but    the    Increasing
number of Russian Immigrants is now
showing the sumo results here.
"Individuals of other nations, of
course, sutler in the same way, but
not nearly so frequently. From this
point of view British Immigrants are
by far tho most satisfactory. They
seem to think that the wide world Is
their hon ������ by niutira- birthright, and
put th >IU lown wherever you will,
they aiv3 quite at 1 nine."
NOTICE!
W. RICH
Teaming and  Expressing.
Until further notice this-
bank will be open
SATURDAY EVENINGS
from seven to nine o'clock..
i 	
Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminster.
F. Shute, Mgr.
DEALER IN
i ���  ���    ���   	
WOO D'J- NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Gardiner & Ga'diner
(P. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
6,  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Residence  Phone  133
Estimates Given. Phone 567
Room
Phone 661
214  Sixth  Avenue
I 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
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
���i Central Meat Market
"���"���^^ an-fJFl \    A ODDY
tt    I
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
u
Cor. Fourth Ave. and Second St.
Manufacturers of the bread
that ls making New Westminster famous. Also choice cake^,
cookies and candies. Our obliging drivers will be more than
pleased to call.   Phone 435.
The Oliver Typewriter Agency at
74G Columbia street ls being constantly asked for stenographers. You-
can learn tho Olivet at home. Seventeen cents a day pays for lt. See Helton E. Sands and ask him to tell you-
..ll   ahout   " **y
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THE DAILY HEWS
FRIDA ������
JUNE
The Daily News
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fao? COO] :���--������
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FPDA/.    .'-SE
1910
AN   IV PEP   AL   PAPT'.EPSH.P.
The idea ���' an Imped    Cabinet  oi
��:'...���.-.    for the be!
In tbe     ������ ���  ���' '-��� "'-'������ Intel ���?���-''    '
dosei   .-'������ t tbe <i"iirs of
tbe Empire   ia :;   ���.   ing -.������ Im reasing
aaovnt of attention    Tbe  . -  -:   :
ot course a rery large one ; ' :
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stm b a    can be In any way r< g
tm i.-j   iperabh      PrimarOy    ��I at    Ik
needed ��� ipon --���- b all the
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NUMBERING   EALL  TOSSEP.S.
Method Would Help Fare, But Pls/er��
Die'ii^e Scherre.
Tbe old '   of i g the
;     ' ���     n tbe field so U at the7 can
be \. ������<. . -..- by reference to the w ore
card has come .; sgali Some fans
want this -.-''������ Inti iced claiming
thai  H   won :  ��� Id  ���    ���  e pleasure of
ng   a  -   steal  to   be  able  Uj
������ :���  ������';���' ��ented, to  conj .:.-���  .. ..._,,. at a huge nam    r <    I
tion ��'iu. the home or central admin- or chi  I oi an ath ete and then refer
fatratton ol Great Britain  Many methods ol effecting this have been tog
possible   isefulness, an a whole   they
FUND  TO  BE   RAISED  FOR
INDIGENT  EALL   PLAYERS
Detroit,   J :r.e J.���President   Y- u
Navin of tl ���-��� I   ���    It American Leagm
club,  says   tha*.   when   liar.   Johnson
president of the league, vas here las-
���reek  be proposed an ��� al   r te plan
for aiding down-and-out   -       players
wa- approved by ' ���   '.
Leag      ;   ��� -   lent and s:eps have '���-.-��� ���
taken  to  put  into operation.   Navin i-
proposal, he says, was inspired by tbe
to a card and pick i it his name. There  present  difficulties of Adrian  C. An
Is no chance   though, of    any    such  Bon, of Chicago.   In brief, it is this:
method   beln.   introduced.    It   would      That once each vear each club in
���jested and whilst mosl oi these bare  ,,. .   . . .. . ., ...,.,on t0 ,;,(. playeni  ^   American  ^  N,.ional  leaeu,,
contained  one  or  more  elements  ol   to   bave   to   wear   such   pictures   on designate Bome same In i's schedule
their manly forms,  and Uiey are en- the   gross   receipts   of   which   are   to
Urely unnecessary.    To be ��ure, a fan hf. tamed Into a fund for the aid ol
have respectively fallen short of what  who is not personally  ..miliar with all ex-ball players and other follower? ol
devei publicists regard ah the perfect  " " *__*** '?;''.r;"H ,v" �� ���* M" tbe game who are in s-.rai'ened cireum-
neigbbor the identity of certain play- Btances, the game to be advertised as
system. ers,  but tbat.  Is  a small matter. a   benefit,   thus   increasing   the     re-
A   very useful  contribution to this      wlth J��*ey�� an<1 bicyde riders the C(,lpts.   The fund is to be administer-
case is very different.. The former r,d bv tj)e national commission, eact
all Important, subject is made to the ride in all kinds of weather conditions, . ag. to be investigated as to its mer-
Issl issue of "United Empire." tbe *-*��� very often it is utterly impossible us, snd all cases to be attended into recognize tbe boys In ? big field divld<;al!r. instead of establishing -a. .
Journal of the Royal Colonial Institute, unless they are provided with a large players' 'home, the tentative scheme
by  Lieutenant   L.   H   Hordern,    R.N.   Identification   slip   in   the  form of   a ^j^g t0 sen(j a monthly check to the
number on their backs.   The same is beneficiary
The  writer gives bis article the Bug-   n,f. ,A bi.y,ie riders.    But the  ball-;    The players of the teams competing
wstive heading, "If vou want our aid,   Piayer   Is   different.   His  calling  is   a ln   tbe   r>enefit   gam^s   probably   will
i,   ������    ti    m     higher one than either of the others. be tsked l0 contribute small sums, jr:
call   us  to your councils      He dis-  Hls p,.rson;iiity is more j^ldent^o the Uj V)
rnifllOfl ��& impracticable the idea of an   spectators than that df a Jockey or a       President   Johnson   thought   150,000
. , ,        ,,  , .   ,     .���v.f,,���,i��CT    u   man  ���vaa9*A ormr  a nWbine.   He is  a vear rotM be raised by this means.
Imperial   parliament,    substituting    a   an inf)i,..f���]al, rot a pl,ce of machln.   }}e  __���,  brjng  ft before ^  naUona,
number of excellent reasons for this;   ery.   He is not a driver or a horse or   commission.
,   ot an automobile, but an artist In his 	
and also argues that to ..be proposal  wa;,    ,f woaU b)? as foo|[ah t0 com.
there     ar<-   pel  blm to wear a huge and dlsflgur- From  a   Rude   Male.
ing number on  his  back as it  would       The  board  of trade  of  New  West-
fatal  objections,     ine   scneme   .,. t0 jnnif.t tbe game neCeeslty upon  minster has been saying unkind things
},'-. puts forward Is for a thoughtful de-   a ���--���������r actor or singer. about tbe telephone girls over in tbe
It doesn't hurt any one to ask his   Royal City.    We will guess���the girls
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Per
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?5   BLACK   SILK   PIODE-SOI   95c  PER   YARD.
s     re a dress or waist length at a saving.   One piece only   ���������  yardi
(  '.'.'..   for   aressee   or   coats.    A snap for shrewd  buyers.    81 inches wide.
���- ���-���    -,-y"r- "���    AND   $1.15   LOUISCIENNE   SILK   75c   PER   YARD.
la black only, a ��pe     I in soft-finUhed Louisdenne silk.    We are  hearUy
' "'.    .      . ���    eductions. 20 and 21 Inei - - wl .-   (������ - ���  ���'  H   -   I tl 15 yard
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We are Sole Agents  for D. & A*, Bon Ton ani
Royal Worcester Corsets
THE   MOST   UP-TO-DATE   STYLES   SOLD   IN   CANADA.
The dominant  factor of  our  stock  of  corsets  Is.  and   has  always  been,  8
constitute the real b&sis of corset  merit.    We  mention  a  few  of the popular numb'
eii
for   an   Imperial   found
many
veiopment of tbe already establl 11 I
Imperial  Conference, by    mean:-:
which be concludes that really ������".<���.':
���GET  THE   HABIT"
neighbor a question as to a player or   were all  out  looking at  the lacrosse
of   two if he  is   watchlhg  a' game  in  a   game'.���Vancouver Sunday Mail.
foreign city, where he is not familiar  ^____
with  all  tbe  atl.le'i-.    Furthermore,
tr.e progress in I ���-. desired dire the -'ore cards z'v,<- a very good line
would be made     lieutenant Hordern  ot the names of the pl^en  and under
the new rules in the National  leazur
arges  that this  Conference must be  the     - ; res   are   Instructed    to  an-
..r    .  ,.        ..(; ,,..._���  ..- .    ...   ���     nee all sh.'-   i-  the Uneup before
the game and also all changes In the
<' -    ���        ���-"       -;-   batting   order   made   during  the   con-
r...        ..        o< a Prime Ministei   '" '    :' '  '   implres do their foil duty
-  ���  .   tnatU    ��� ere v.-in be no trouble
%:'<���:.  '. *-.--������'.:   ���������:.'.���.������   office  is  next  tor hJiy spectator in  recognizing thi
-,���;.     a  permanent   :'   etes even if he haa-never seen any
of  'hern bef' ��� <���
���eeretariat  I*  to   .;: established free
fron i oi Down-
tag  street and       poi  Ible  lolely to
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STYLE   NO.   211
As illustrati'in. Portrays to perfection the prevailing corset fashion. Is
modelled on the most approved linf-s.
intended for thp average figure. A
most graceful model.
Price   $2.25
STYLE   NU. 492
Style  No. 492
j    SPECIAL
|    TODAY
���ODD  PIECES OF  DINNERWARE���
At 5c,  10c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 50c, and 75c.
The Fair
Estab'ishing   Wireless   Telephones.
Edmonton, June ���������Representatives 645 Columbia Street.
working ���. *_e American Wireless eorporation We buy for cash and sed for the aame.
mtaait    ra    e bodj  Lieutenant Hord- are here to look for a site for a tower ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
for   wireless   telephones!    Thev   have ^*~"**"*^mmmmmm^=
*"    ��� "        ��� ������ ���>���*"'���-���- already established towers in Calgai-
,     composed oi Min   ten   ol external  and  Winnipeg, and  will  haw- peopl
talking between bene arn} f.'algary byl J
s, ihey state.    . <���
An deal model with the combined
Btyle and fit of the more expensive
designs. Medium bust, long bl] - I
back. A smart model. Sizes from
18 to 26.    ^<-e Illustration.
Specul $1.50
DiRECTOIRE
H*2\\ '
Style  Ny.
OUR DOLLAR CORSET
Is unquestionably the best low-priced corset on the market.
the cut of this corset as seen  in  our  higher  priced  goods.
from 1& to 26.
AT   $1.
The standard    of   ��� ���   ���
Made fn tn flni- white i
DONT   FORGET,   WE   CLOSE   AT     5   P.   M.
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ri.TI-a.Uf. and others fiom the self gov-
tuning colonies, undei the presidency
oi tbe secretary of foreign affairs.
This body would be similar to tbe ad-
rlsory council of eminent men versed
In tbe affairs of India which assists
ibe secretary of sta'e for India.
Lieutenant Hordern remarks in the
course of IiIh article that
"We agree that local government,
the time the snow files,
OLD   CIRCUS   MAN  TELLS
MORE    COLLOSSAL   LIES
"Hill and the Bmprer" Is the title
of another of W. i). Katon'H monologues by the Old Circus Man In June
Canada Monthly (formerly Canada-
West).    Says Bill!
"1 made a ten-strike with    old  Ris-
mark   In   Austria,  an'  down   In   Hool-
garla   I   had   the   Zar  settln'   'em   up
my the relationship of the Individuals  ���"���' "ie ln the other alley ,:very time
, ,    ,, ,., ,1 rolled the ball.    Tbe King <>' Bpain
to each other in each Of ti<- great ae f-   ���i,,    , ,    _    ,     , , ,,,      .     ,1 '
��� '      give   me   a   barl-fulla   doubloons   an
go^lernlpg states, Is, and should re- ph-ceH <,f eight, a' the Sultan o' Turkey give n,e a soota clofnes made
OUta  silver   plated  steel  U��   t.h��  coat
states, and tbe following propositions an' a embroidered petticoat that would
.   ,   i in i stand   uli  alone  lnsteada  nants   an'  a
are  put  forward  as  the  conclusion!     i     i i i ,i        ->���*���'���   *
palra hammered brass Hllp|.er_ turned
arrived at!   ll) That Internal Imperial   up  at   the   toes an'  studded   all   over
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main,   the   exclusive   affair  of   those
questions���-the relationship of one
Btate to another wiihin the Empire���is
-.l matter which affects all; (2)that
the conduct, of foreign affairs���the relationship of the Empire to the rest
of tbe woi id���Is a matter for the Empire as a whole. Independence in lo-
cal affairs, consultation  with  regard
with ambergris an' myrrh, an' other
precious Stones same as tbem Kasteni
ollygarcbes all wears. Mad me up
to his seeing llo fer a midnight supper after the show one night, an' of
all the doln'u���say!
"The lobsters was broiled in otter of
roses, an' while we're eating' tbem,
an' drlnkln' our hubble-bubble, a
1.nucha octoroon slave girlB lonips
through a dance they called the new
e/ln, nil dressed up In snangled pink
HUNDREDS  OF   SETTLERS
PASS   WINNIPEG   IN   ONE   DAY
to Imperial relations, unity In foreign '"osiiulto-nctlln'. The band waa a room-
fulla Nubians playln' zlm-boom music
'"    y- <ui cymbals an'  minarets behind    a
The contribution ls altogether a'well open-work  screen, an' the    wlmmin
folks  had  their  feet behind  another
reasoned  argument  for  a  closer  and  Bcreen   ,,,.���   th,.y   (.01|1(,   H���(,   t|���.ougl|
inure effective union of Empire upon a  but we couldn't.    I bin told supper In
.      ,      . | , . , the Hoerng-lio  Is  u  honor accorded to
Hash, or equal partnership. ,������ f���w Caw.,aHlaIm of llie Inill(! H(:(,
  He  gimme  a  diamond  an  big an  yer
 1  eye,   when   1   was   coinln'   away, an'
says he:
; " 'Next time you make this town,
BUI, I'll see If 1 can't Introduce ye
to a few o' my wives. Couldn't to-
Wlnnlpeg, June II. - lloines ekeiH bight, Bill, he says, 'because,' say��
and land purchasers from the United he, 'they's bin quite a hair-pulling
States number 780, and whose coin- OOntljjl among 'em today, an' I've
blued capital exceeds one million do!- hud lo give the hell o' ihcm the sack,
lara, passed through Winnipeg today Bul I've given a order fer a shipload
tor points wesl. The Grand Trunk 0' Circassian Beauties,' be huvk, 'an'
Pacific Thursday special brought 300 by your next rei urn dale,' he says, '1
wealthy farmers who are desirous of Riiess I'll be fixed.'
locating land in the west. They came' "'<>���' Bays I. 'doifl put yerself out,
in three cars, one car being chartered Akmel,' I says,
by   the   Luce   Land   company,   or   Sl.       "'I  won't,' hiivh he:  'II nln'l  me thai
Paul, another by a Wisconsin land gets put outa this joint.' An'he grins,
���eompuny and another by a Canadian Hike he was thinkln' o' Bumpn funny.
COmpr.ny. Tho old  .Mormon!"
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Cars leave Westminster for Vaneourer  at   5
R-.on nnd every half hour thereafter until 11  p. m.
Cars leave Vancon?er for Westminster   at   5:50.   (;..'���
and every half hour thereafter until  11:30 p. ni.
Return   Fare:   Adults.  60c;   children   under  1-.  35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars l��av#   WentmlnAter   for   Vancouver
a.  ni.  and every  half  hour  thereafter  until  11  p.  ni.
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Catches   a   Great   Trout.
Vancouver, Wash., June 0.���What
ls thought lo be the largest rainbow
trout over caught In thin .lute was
landed yesterday by Joseph Swnrt.7. In
Jumping at Horse Show.
London, June 9.���In the International Horse Show jumping contest
It was Officially declared that Mr. Murray's Confidence jumped eighty inches
nnd wan given fourth prize. A
, I French  horse cleared  .even  feet  and
the   Washougal   river  with   a    spoon  t|)(>ro   wft8 (l  ,(m(,  (UHH���nHlon
hook and No. 8 line, after thirty minutes of desperate struggle. The big
trout was 34 1-2 Inches long and
weighed twelve pounds. When dressed
Jll weighed nine an.l a half pounds.
among
the Judges because Confidence leaped
the bur wil bout knocking li off. The
Jump wus disallowed, but (here Is no
question that a new pole which is
several inches higher than the bar
will  be cleared  by Jubilee Crow.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at
every half hour thereafter until  11:.'10   p.   m.
Sunday  Excursion   Hat*s:   Return  fare. 50o;  children. 25c,
Freight  Schedule���Freltht cars leavs Westminster for VaDC0"���
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20  p.  rn.    Freight  cars  lesre UD'
couver  for  Westminster at 8:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City Limits Line���20 minute service from fi:15 a. in. to 11 P m'
Sunday   Service���Half   hourly  hetween 8 a.  in. and 11  I'   in
Sapperton  Line -_o minute service, from 6:25 a. in. to 11:10 P-
Sunday   Servicb���ilnlf   hourly between 8:80 u- ni. and 11 I' "'
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X Prices in Rings $40 to $400.
��� These goods nre the  BEST procurable ln Canada, and 18 -1 I
j ure to show snine.
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25c per box.   Try It.
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JUNE   10,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE tiVB.
cpORTINCi NF WS r���~~~"~~~ �� ����"��..
Ji w ^^JJ^^rLiJLril. ^   $ ��� *���'""-��� <���- ��� ������ "t** ��*. * -..., ��-....,,��,.,. .-���,, 1
^^ -    - S^r*mr^~*~r**~r*~^*^^-rVV ^*^~^-^~<~a**-~*r^J~^aS**S~^r^r^~ ~^mr-^~^- _,-s_~_ A . I I      M S|   ��� I ���      , ' : , ! _  , ��._ __ A
BREAKS OUI
IN VANCOUVER TEAM
r,ur Players Go on Strike
L More   Money-Con
jones Fires Them.
I. .  ���   ������: (.' u'...t..,in..
IMMEDIATE MATL11
"ENDS IN StORE BEING TIED
Q -*,*���     (Mill y\    ��.|r., ..-	
' nd I'' 785 in New Westminster ,
;i!.'' ,;;. i  you  80," and looking
I there
fcuier
i^'VV"-.'i'���'t'linllinent of their
leaf1 : , pald ,���.,s have mutlned,
���UK'11- \ ��� |9ed to work, asked
>eon . ,ked  t0 Con,   been
I and been fired, and
,; . ,   rool of all evil  bus
.   , ...   around   In   equal
,, e Cup Covetera.
Ser.c.is  Row.
tn,erelil        '   t,on tha1 "'"'!' l,a.
I        ,       |uake In  the ranks ol
i ., team, fornoth-
. ,       ���  wo ul l Induce Con
.,      aggregation which, al-
: :lT0]A;iUll; !ll,
gtni   one  of   the  best
ill"' ' . . _
, red together
.  v mcouver Province:
'.. ....  | layers who figured on
.,,    lacrosse team last Sat-
... play in the name this
miMi K linst   ,lie   world's   chain-
te, Simon   Bellies   at   Recreation
. are Dave Gibbons. "Toots"
';        .latheson and Ernie
The Old Story.
J ��jj ��� :,-;.��� . with the salary of
1;5a week which tbey had agreed to
���ay lor ni the beginning of the sea-
Il the quartette resolved themselves
fcioafrb' committee, and Tuesday
lev did not turn up to practice, sr-nd-
[      their n Ignatlons  with  a re-
|,.     take efteel   if their
��� ��� lary of .40 a week,
ct, medical service
��� I sickness, a continuous salty in case ol accident or illness, and
ice other trlllng conditions, be not
tasted. Tbey admitted to President
Tad Manager Con Jones that they
sere thp four best players on the
learn, that they could not be done
k: il and that ihe team would be
L ���'. ed.    They also
leriared tl   I stood together and
Isli wen      tlsfled none  would
���lay
('on until yea-
ei in a1 pt thi terms offered,
he l ���      ���.  II plain that they
I on   Saturday  unless
peii ere mot with.
i tance wag not forthcom-
V -.1   so   the   four
Vanoouver uni-
: at all again tiiis
Te.im   Ch.inged.
the four the Van-
mi ni has decided
f Man,   Dude   Sutn-
1 and Weldy Clarke.
? 8d '.ave yel  lo make
1' enlor vumpany here-
[       but i    r both look good  Mc-
ng pi lyed agalnsl Johnny
J evi rai  years  with  the
f " ' ���   with  the  same  home
Jj ���       >:nm .   west   after   the
r'; ' 'P ' month, Sumner is
I '   promising   ol   the
I talent.      Both   Harry
f " ������ ������'-'��� iVeldy Clarke played last
I        ad    thej    have   shown   their.
. '        e   will   likely   go   Into
f '���������'���' Manager Jones decides
[', .one on a youngster
�� '���'' !l" has four applications
F the position from intermediates,
l        n��l fancy placing an untried
���:"' will make tho Vancouver
I?'11 w Satrrday look something
��� Goal, Clarke;   point, C.rif-
. . ''nt,   Howard;     tlrsl   do-
C,' Godfrey; second defence,
[p;      third      defence.      Pick-
,. :,r'   West; third home, Sum-
| ',l home, Allen;   tirst  home,
I itside home, Hennessy;
I Adamson.   it is a pretty
tu- fleur.
One of the hardest games oi la-
crosse pulled off this season happene i
at Queen's park last night. Bappei
ton and the Reginas met in a Ue
match, the score at the finish standing
four all. The ball played a small
part In the game, most or the players
paying more attention to the disablement of their checks than to efforts
to corral  the elusive lubber.
Charlie Galbralth, who handled the
whistle,  worked harder than  be ever
did In bis life, parting with more pen-1
alty    checks    than    the    timekeepers
could  well take rare of.    At thai   he
did  not  get rid of too many  for the i
game  was dirty  all  the  time,  cross!
checking and Blugging  being  continually Indulged In,
Thi re were several hundred fans'
on deck to s.e the game and the
excitement waxed intense towards the
iinisb when Sapperton was one goal
to the good. Reginas bad a few minutes before time ami Bapperton was
lucky for their goal was bombarded
with alarming frequency.
The lirst ..I the game was very
c.in. teams working bard.
Coutts in goal for Bapperton pi iyed
B great game and gol good support
until the last quarter, when the defence could not keep track of the
Reginas bniue. which rambled around
loose   In  the  growing  dusk.
The list of penalties ls us follows,
the Reginas getting most of the time:
Kenny, f> minutes; Fitzgerald, 20;
Archibald, T>; Robertson, 5; C. Smith,
5; Kenny, 6; Robertson and Martin,
rest of game;  Wright, 6; Turnbull, 5.
Officials���Referee, C. Galbralth; goal
umpires. Cotton and C. Saunders;
timekeeper, J. Keary; penalty timekeeper, \V. Warwick.
The   Teams.
Reginas���Goal, W. Keary; point,
Pearson; coverpolnt, A. Robertson;
defence Held, 1). Wright, A. Fletcher,
H. Turnbull; centre, Fitzgerald; home
Held, J. Gifford, N. Kenny, o. Smith;
outside, I). Morrison; Inside, C.
Smith; spares, K. Cotton, J. Bucklin.
Sapperton���Goal, Coutts; point,
Stott, coverpolnt, W. Patchell; defence field, Patchell, Atkinson, Carroll, centre, K. Mackenzie: home field,
B. Mackenzie, Sclater, B. Cherry; outside, Martin; Inside, Hume; spare,
McKee.
���,V".'    ��� ' ���     Je, lol on Regina street, between Flrsl
'":'' fCOnd    'i'"' ' onb   *650. Ono-third  ,,,.,,.   balance  in  6  and  12
montl.       ; p< r ,...,
SURREY
""   uartei  Bec"��n on Hjorthe i I ..- $2 o per acre.   One-third
balance on easy trims.
Fifteen acrea In Bectlon 16, B. B, N, l:. 2 \V. ai $1,200 per acre.
One-third cash;  balance 6, 12 and is months at 7 per cent.
* We also have large listings    of business and residential proper-
��� ties in  city. *
X  ��� J
I Malins, Coulthard & Co. f
* Limited. ���
| REAL   ESTATE,    INSURANCE   AND   FINANCIAL  AGENTS. ���
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CAPITAL   LACROSSE   TEAM
IS NUMBERED THIS YEAR
Business Change
Kennedy Brothers having acquired the stock formerly held by
Hale Bros. '& Kennedy. Ltd., will continue the Real Batata and
General Agency business in the same premises. Merchants Bank
Building, corner of Columbia and Begbie Streets, under tlie old
firm name of Hale Bins. 6c Kennedy. Ltd., until the expiration of the
necessary legal notice, when the name will be changed to Kennedy
Brothers, Ltd.
The new firm purpose carrying on a conservative and responsible
Realty, Insurance, Loan and Trust Business, making a specialty of
City and  adjacent  property,  farm lands, and water frontage.
All business Intrusted to th'em by small as well as large investors,
and all properties listed for sale or lease, will have the closest and
most careful attention, and safe handling of trust funds, and accurate
and prompt accounting and returns from sales, collections, etc., are
guaranteed.
Clients wlll have the benefit of the experience, knowledge of local
values and  Judgment as  to investments possessed by the firm.
Every endeavour will be constantly made to fulfil the legitimate
function of a Real Estate and General Agency ��� that of bringing
seller  and  buyer  together  to  their mutual advantage.
Those having realty of any description, City, District, or Suburban, to dispose of, are invited to list the same, with full description
and particulars as to price and terms, at the office of Kennedy
Bros., doing business at present under the name and style of Hale
Bros, i: Kennedy, Ltd.. Merchants Bank Building, corner of Columbia and Begbie Streets, New Westminster,   B.  C.
HOUSES
FOR SALE
Ref.  No.  Rooms.  Cash  Down.    Price.
5 9 .l.aiio $5,000
*.                                    6 9 Offer 13,400
t                                       8 7 $S00 J2'JoO
��� 121 7 $600 $2,400
��� 119 6 $1,000 $2,500
X                                110 fl $800 $2,250
��� 104 5 $500 $2,000
��� 04 7 $500 $1.1100
i 130 fi $500 $1,800
X 44 fi $250 $1,650
��� 12 5 $400 $1,650
��� 4 5 $500 $1,500
S             97     3       $600   $1,400
| White, Shiles
1        & Company
��� 628 AND 746 COLUMBIA STREET
| PHONE 85        NEW WESTMINSTER
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Ottawa, June 9.���Enterprise is being
Bhown in every move of the Capital,
Lacrosse club this year, and the play- j
ers are the latest to Inaugurate some- j
thing new In eastern lacrosse,
The new Innovation ts the number-J
Ing of the players and also the Issuing "i  programs containing the list j
ol   both  teams,   with  the    respective
numbers of the different players.  The ;
scheme belongs entirely to the play-
ers, and  it  wlll be the Capital  men I
and not the executive or the club that ;
wlll biiu in t>> ibe sale of these pasteboards.   Tbe proceeds will be divided
evenl) among the team, and they will
be bandied at each of the big games
this season.
Jack   Bryson   Shaping   Up.
Jack Bryson, who suffered a sei ions
Injury to' bis   leg   while   playing   lacrosse  last   year,  and  who  has heen
practically oul of the game since that i
time,  Is "reported  to be  feeling  more,
like his old self again,  and there Is ,
a   possibility   that   he   may   figure   on
the active list again this season.
''MY,
anyway,   but   Manager
il    will   look   better   In
'i on paper.    In any event
Junior La
The Central a
lor lacrosse te
game ut Queen
when B sharp a
pected. The C
they can win ;
against the We
when the latter
Up and the b<
district were a
default.
crosse   Tonight,
nd the Sapperton Jun-!
mis  will   figure  in  a |
s  park  this  evening.'
nd snappy play ls ex-
entrals   are   confident
is easily  as  they  did
���st   Enders   last   week,
team  failed  to  show
>ys    from    the    middle
warded   the   game   by
Buy Your Groceries At
E. J. Fader's Grocery
Friday and Saturday and Save Money
CANNED   TOMATOES
(Quaker   Brand)
3  cans for  25c  Friday  and
Saturday   only
SEEDED   RAISINS
4   pkgs.   for   25c
PRUNES
25   Ib.   box   $1.10
COOKING   FIGS
4  lbs for 25c
STRAWBERRY  JAM
Best  quality  only   15c   bottle
JELLY    POWDERS
Assorted flavors, 90c doz
BEST   RICE
6 lbs for 25c
RE lb
to wager It will not do
-he regular gang did last
'��� at Westminster,
Cainot Plar  Here.
hill' "'' il" 1|1:,-VC"'8 who detached
Bay rol , "'"" ,lu' Vancouver club
Vmino. ''"' able 1o l|la>' With New
<!,, ,"M'-   unless   the   Vancouver
ero��6l5   gives  them   releases.
11;,., , "''     '"'  role  was  Inserted  In
Vi,,,,,'""'' "'' "'o British Columbia
Point nni ;' s'"'i|it,,)n     covering    the
Mease ' " '"'* llp ,0 tha l'l,lb ���"
h    I,       Players.    New  Westmln-
|]':I I.,,,,,., '"|m|'lt,d. Is eager to got
J ..��� "Sfellow, but tho latter will
������'thisi " ' BPeotator for the rest
llu pl "' ' J ,,i least, unless he cares
}      ��� '"' Vancouver."
R""��   Not  Selected.
|tWV''"    '   Of  n   referee  for   the
''"'iiio. ���,,'" Vancouver is nol yet
P-m iiiull ' '"eei ing in Vancouver
|di,,l W|1 ' ��� which was supposed to
|1ze;is      l!" mailer, did not material-
BASEBALL
ze;,s ,|    "'  "'���mer, did not material-
In,,,,.,    " was nol a quorum of the
'""s""'. The delegates from
lie,
1 'S'll'ixin
ire ,i, | '"��� lhe delegates from
�� btisj    j',  Kn-     w,   O,   McQuarrie
'��� Lynch was out of
���������   i.yncii   was   out  o[
lnt    ,N''* Nelson did not  like
"' '"''is' d.n without some
Mr,,,,,,     hil* had the trouble wilh
WW lij,rl   '"' "'"y not  be BO Insistent
': ������ ihe i rn Kh0,ll<1 referee, but In
^'""in,,,, ', ',s ���'���Hint A come to an
���i'ni,.| v>1."'""e the imme, President.
'"*' t|H, ��� ���'��� '' the association, will
"'"i ti,,! ""' '" make the appoint-
- nis o,,i   """s win have to stand
'���'"" Or delM.ili  n,��� ...,,������
"' default the eai
American   Le.igue.
Al Cleveland���                      *l ���������
Cleveland      4 1(l :
Philadelphia    ��� lJ '
At Chicago-                     it. "��� '-
Chicago      :! * ��
Boston     0 - ?
At   Detroit���                          '_'��� "��� '"
Washington     " ", ��,
Detroit    ,tl, ? -
At   New   York- New   York-St.   LOUlS
game postponed;  rain.
National   League.
At  New  York���                  ���<��� H. Bt
St. Louis     * I *
New York    ������ s e
At  Brooklyn-                    ]}- ����� lj-
Cincinnati       ��� J- J
Brooklyn     ;' ' .
At   Boston   111   in)���         P" ����� l';
Pittsburg    ', J* :;
Boston     .' "] ���"
At Philadelphia���    ���       '.[- ����� *���
Chicago      " 1}
Philadelphia   4 8
Eastern League.
At Jersey City���             \l 'j '''
Providence     f \
Jersey   Citv        ��� ' jf
At  Toronto���                       u ' '
Buffalo   '-'��� I ?
Toronto    Ij ' }
At  Mon I real���                     ,! "' ''':
Rochester     6 ''' "
Montreal   T  l) ''
At   Baltimore ���   Newark-Baltimore
game postponed;  rain.
CORN   STARCH
2 pkgs for 15c
NO.    1    POTATOES
75c   per  sack
IMPERIAL   FLOUR
A  Good   Bread   Flour
Only  $1.60   per  sack
GOOD   CREAMERY   BUTTER
Only  30c  per  Ib.
CHOICE   ALBERTA  CREAMERY   BUTTER
3  lbs for $1
COFFEE���"OUR   SPECIAL"
35c per Ib. or 3 lbs. for $1
Will   Please You
TEA���"OUR   SPECIAL"
35c per Ib. or 3 lbs. for $1
Will  Bring You Bsck for More
Contractors and
House Builders
^^e have a full   line   ox   the   Best
Builders' Hardware in the City.
Before Building See Us. as we   believe   -we   can   save   you
money.    Also Complete   Stock   oi   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
.
���      Only Five Lots Left
\ 2nd Street New Sub-division
Peter Peebles
E. J. FADER'S GROCERY
TELEPHONE 97
Corner of Carnavon and 8th Sts.
BALMORALS AND L-AFS
TO CLASH ON SATURDAY
A baseball .ame between the two
Btrong teams of the city lea. ue will
be played at Queen's park on Saturday afternoon, commencing al three
o'clock, when the Maple Leafs, leaders will face the Balmorals, ruiiiiers-
up.' The Balmorals will be made up
Of the following: Smith and Howard,
p- Munn, Cl Sinclair, lb; Howard, 2b;
Stein, lib; Wright, ss; Canlleld, it;
Dleldal, cf; 0. .lohnston, rf.
The umpire has not yet been raptured, but the teams have designs on
Alf.  Turner.
FIGHT FANS START
POSTAL  CARD  WARFARE
WESTON'S LONG  DISTANCE
WALKING RECORD BROKEN
New York, June 9.���Paul Lange, of
Philadelphia, who Is forty-eight years
old, has reached New York with cre-
'deiitlals  purporting  to show  that  he
1 has broken Edward Payson Weston's
record  In  walking across the contin-
I cnt.   He carries a book, in which are
written  the  dates  and  signatures  of
>lbe mayors of various cities in which
!he stayed. ,
I    Lange shows that ho walked from
Santa Monica, Cat, In sixty-eight days.
lie says that he left Santa Monica on
'March 23.
Los Angeles, June 9.���For every
cartload of postcards the Brooklyn
and other church organizations nuill
to Governor Glllet urging hi tn to prevent the .lelTries-.lohnson tight, a ton
of requests for noninterference will be
sent to the state executive by those
who want the big battle to occur as
scheduled.
This counter Irritant, postcard chain
to offset the lnfluece ot the nntl-flght
element's mail campaign Is the plan of
Jack Kipper, business partner of J, J.
Jeffries, .lohn B. Kink and several
other prominent sporting men of this
city, and if the schemes of both sides
are carried out the Sacramento post-
office will unload tons of prizefight
literature  upon the  governor.
Kipper and his associates have made
up a fund of several hundred dollars
to buy postcards on which will be
printed the following:
"Dear Governor: Please do not pay-
any attention to that narrow-minded
lot that (s trying to influence you to
stop the Jeffrles-Johnso. fight, July
4; Give men with real blood in their
veins a chance."
These cards will be distribute'
among men throughout tho country
who will be expected to sign them a:ui
send them to the governor;
*   Columbia   Street.
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Phone 307.
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Have you seen the new goods at Gray's Jewellery Store? _,
If not, do not delay. If you are looking for a wedding present
we can 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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WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust   Block.
Columbia   St.
Automobile Insurance
���AGAINST���
- 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 transportation or in any building In Canada
and ln 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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li -     PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,   JUNE   1Q
TRIE
1910.
; |
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Cr*���*; Z3&'zA%&315��r*&?*ZZ
-���m^-=**-s -K*���7si"g-*9tt. NICER
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 exclusive-
lv from the merchants who claim their atten-
tion 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.
*r���~7mm,-S.m-'   "  ^Li JKpftTftSfipfl
WHY NOT TRY AN AD. IN
THE DAILY NEWS
SiX MONTHS ALONE    F
IM NORTHERN WILDS
$^��_Wr&
Lost Beyond Porcupine District,   Hon.  Harold Cecil'
Experiences Hard Winter. ,
��� *****  .-' ���
.    .   ond thi   ;  le of civ-1]
in the froz n
.    r northern Canada in which the
oelthei   white
���   -
��� lated by  the   I
���  ���   miner cousin of the
:���   Marquis   i I   B ilisbury.    aIld
the I who
:  - .-  -    re
'  ' '
I
���      - :���
ad the P' ;rfes a" lic
��� ��� '
i .   .   stepping I        the C.P.R. ,|
.-������������:���      on whi
���    gam       ' 'i m,
i .mot
use���
j     -
Ol     the
It halt   and
.    -ray.
. | ing   up  to  the  Winds
tne statioi Id a Montre il
: repn Bentatlve hi* latest thill-
i ���   which he Is now on Ills
way to recount to the family al  HAI
Id, wh   . on hla going
���    g to Brl
tng by the I        express to New
. ing ������.- ' ���  I ���-'��� sl e    -:-
- thi   Atlanl
It was   : e Bald, towards the < nd of
��� i ���  ���.������-.- that he came down trom Brit-
...   c lumbia, where ne was bus) with
. .,���'��� ������-.. '-it of some new mines
In the Cariboo distiict, having heard'
of the rising lame of the new Pon i
pine Beld and come tu a determinate look over it.
In  Nov*-;.. ' ;~  lnv< sti
ns alone on the i itafc   ts ol the
I   where   tor   several   reasons   he
himself known to nobody, he fol-
i   the occasional out-crop  ol   Ux-
reefs into the forest and there be ut-
lost his bearings.   In the cloudy
days   towards  the  end  of  November
ere was no sunshine and he wandered he knew not where, evidently the
. er   lie  travelled,   getting   deeper
iand deeper into the woods.    He v.as
Aitho.n   portable  food,  but he had  a
. revolver in his beit. a miner's axe and
- :   and some matches.
He came at len. th to a creek which
ran througb a lake and into a river,
| which he afterwards found to be the
.^ami. out of which he managed
gi I some fish by weaving a n      il
is   and   grasses.    After   be   had
been out a week or two be was en-
eloped   in  a  heavy   Bnowstorm,  and
: he realized that his chances of reaching civilization alive were ver) slender,  and   that   there   wns   no   prospect
, whatever of his getting out ol the for-
' est in fore the Bpi ing.
Would he. if he set up a camp by
Ithe hide ol tie- creek, he ahle to survive on lish until the snows me '��� '.
and would he be able to catch enough
to keep him alive'.' These were the
questions he resolved in his mind,
and he Bet himself to meet the conditions with the dauntless couragi ol
his  race.
He built a shack of rlne boughs of
the lean-to type, with an entrance at
the most sheltered end, and while
bringing in the boughs one day he
made the discovery ol the edible fungus called the Tripe de Roche, which
he had read about and recognized.
Here, with occasional game, one or
two deer and partridges that he
brought down before his ammunition
[gave out, and abundance of soup from
j the fungus, be survived for four
months without once sighting a person. Ills greatest tasks were to pro*
; vide himself with dried wood necessary to keep his fire from getting extinguished, and to keep a portion of
the creek surface from solidifying in-
to thick Ice, but he succeeded in hoth,
although one day when there was a
: fall of two feet of snow in twenty-
four hours the prospect looked dismal
enough.
In the end of March a hand of In-
j dlans passed on the way to .Moose
��� i-'a.'-'o , on i:. ��� southern shi i Hudson's Ha;. and as he was i-i .��� position
to write a cheque lor fifty thousnnd
dollars whenever he got within reieii
of a bank, lie had no difficulty In ���.-.citing a (.'.ember of the tribe to accept
employment wltb the promise of good
remuneration, it was ihe end of \nril
when he go! back to the Porcupine,
and there he completed his survey of
the field with results thai will be
made known in due course.
DIRT  IM   PEPPC.:.
Ottawa. June 8.- A bulletin on the
adulteration of pepper, Issued by the
Inland Revenue Department, slates
that from examination of samples obtained in all parts of Canada It is
shown that pepper continues to be the
most extensively adulterated splcc on
the market, (if 140 samples or hlack
pepper analyred, 100 were found genuine, twenty-five adulterated, and fifteen doubtful. Of 139 samples of white
pernor, 104 were genuine, twenty-four
adulterated, and eleven doubtful. Adulteration seems to be mosl prevalent
in Montreal arid Toronto districts. In
Montreal, of twenty-five samples examined, five were adulterate! of
twenty-seven samples examined In To-
ronto, seven v.eie adulterated. In
Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and
Manitoba only one sample In each
Province oui of twenty examined was
foimd  adulterate I.
The adulterant used principally is
excessively high ash, or mineral matter which may he classed as dirt. It
Is hoped that the present condition
Of affairs will he rem.'died shortly by
lhe legalizing of the new spire standards, now under consideration by
the department. Afier that prosecutions can he brought with more prospect of success in the courts.
.
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INESS:
ES  TODAY
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$8.00.    $10.00.    ;
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Weights.    %i
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$15.00 to $35.00.
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The Season's Choicest Haberdashery and all the correct Soft and
Stiff Hats are here, [and await
your coming.
REID & CO
The Store of Satisfaction
Clothes Mats Furnishings
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
Eburne, (U. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR!
HUNGARIAN JEWEL. .   $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75   per   bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per  Bb..
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bb'
MA      -  *     O  r      FLOUR ANU REED MERCHAN1
McQuarrie & to. ������
FRONT STREET. New Weitmlniter. Telephone S3J.
"YOU  NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to our office every time )v|
need a ton of coal���any o' otf
drivers will be g'nrt to **"
your order. Then, too, a r05'
tal will bring about the Baffl��
result���good coal In . ��ur Cl>1'
lar at short notice. A180, 0��J
phone ls lr good order, ����
their numbTrs ere 15 ������*- ''
Coal procured here I crack*
Jack coal, however Bl
GILLEY BROS..
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ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOOD ���
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI .
MATES   SUPPLIED j
NEW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY j
BBBWBBWHBWBI J-  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner Eleventh  and Carline.
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PHONE 4"3    j]
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TELEPHONE  LINE HEING ' perlenced in tie country b��^e<Lti
BUILT INTO PEACE RIVER   Athabasca nnd Slave ��vei*.      tl<0
  i In May a w��w h��* JmijJ
Ottawa, June o.��� ihe construction  swept do wn many a1l��B��f giave l8*j
of the governmenl telegraph lino from  timber.   The oust ent ^> June L tw
Edmonton west Into thc Peace River  W,,H ,{'"l^;'', C-iilii Une "" Km
governmenl leiegrayii ���       ,1S ci>'j
country Is proceeding a. ain notwith- c|rtc coast (rt now finning jn tM
standing dlfflcult.les. Owing to the dry source of occupation Bn��^Jce RttF��*
Bprlng extensive forest first were ex-  business orlffinatlng a rRlDAV-
LAND
JUNE   10,   1910.
REGISTRY ACT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
... ..��� application has
I ,lWB����i',r'".'I- Ser Duncan Bell
1 T'lk ���ado to   ; ,    ee simple, under
*������ .".K. A.Wll.not
i-.,v N'le , ��� . to Duncan Hell
feiS- "thday at
hi I
ector ��V',,. 'the  13th   day   of
i bearloS '."' nt M and singular
!;a.1'.'       /or tract of land
certain/RSe, lying and being
I
111!
ml l"'e"
'tie "is,)
,l,e P"' ;',"v"K,.own and desc.ib
pan! ,,,,,,- the southeast
jg.   Township   3,
aises sit
rict ol
ol
s'ew Westminster,
British Columbia,
nd desc
iast
^'���'^t;!:;M;,h Meridian
Ip ������'���     , claiming through or
a"d "   ,  ,n   persons  claiming
anu  'i
WATER NOTICE.
lyou
l^StMtrJ'saldlanabyvirtne
unre
' an)'
i persons cij.
I ��l��l ^nd b
VtoconteBt H
instrument, and
lng a���y Interest lu
.lee cut, whose title
.,, er the provisions
Act," are requlr-
Notice is hereby given that nn application wlll be made under Part V.
of tho "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license In the Westminster Division ol
New Westminster District.
la) The name, address and occupation of the applicant: Frederick W.
Smith, residing at South Westminster,
P. 0. address, New Westminster, B, C .
dairyman.
lb) The name of the lake, stream or
source (if unnamed, the description
is): an unnamed spring, Situate on
Subdivision 12 of Block 2, Section 30,
Hlock   5,   No-th   Range  2,  west,   New
WestmlnBte ��� Diwt.iet.
(c) The point of diversion: Aboul
the centre of said BuddlvUlon 12
(owned by J. E. Murphy).
COCAINE HABIT IS
GROWING IN  MONTREAL
Montreal,  June  9.   The    Montreal
Police have a list of persons to be pro-
'ted   mime lately   for   Belling   eo-
'     !' The campaign started
' :'ar ���''-" to stop the retailing of
drugs to boys and young men through-
'"" lh'' city abated, it is about to
commence again, following protests
that the cocaine habit is
an alarming rati
few weeks the
upon to deal
the law
hi:.
hit
lu. tetry
, ,a of the tai pur-
., uvs days trom the
*serW1 opt pub'-'catlon ot this
a ot tbBe . '    and in default of a
.ce UP, cerUfl-*'"  ot   ''*  pPndeD!)
veal,1u/w'iMn BUC'l jerlod, or In
"1. rei r.V����on <*'<>" re.lstra-
l!I0f ni ,m'i, cf x.ii will b�� tor-
:   '",",'., i ���ebar;.d  from set-
.   (,   ��� ,���o   Utfspectot
,;1',    n!   ��nd   I  Bha'l    register
1 '     jjall   as  owner   thereof
,i v o. l��. that pub-
tiro for thirty days
e, [i bllsbed in New
I,, l ood and sufTic- ; the 8th day
il)    Give
bean
lire    AnJ '
... . of this
idally newai
lestminsier *
.,-���..���  '
Bated'
V Westmln
growing ar
Within the next
conns will be called
with offenders agalnsl
which says that drugs shall
not be sold without, a prescription
from authorized physicians.
That the abatement of the campaign
against druggists in tlie spread of the
cocaine  habit  in Montreal  has  been
Will MINE IN YUKON   j
FOR A THOUSAND HEARS
(d) Tbe quantity ol water applied proved beyond doubt, and an attempt
for (ln cubic feet per second): One-: will again be made to restrict the sale
sixtieth (1-60). i by the poilce.
(e) The character of the proposed One Instance especially is that of a
works: A pri a'e waterworks system ; young man of respectable family, who
through u l-lnch pipe carried fro sal* | took advantage of his parents' absence
Railway from Sunny Mexico
To Frozen Fields of Arctic
Is Suggested.
Subdivision I'i U ��[ | ��� cant's property,
which adjoin*.
if) The premises on which the water is to be used I describe same):
Subdivisions a and 6 of Block 2, Section 30, Hlock 5, North Hanfie 2, west,
New Westminster District.
(g)  Tho   purposes   for   which     the
fcoOaida I-
Co: 0p
���-.'������
;, nd Registry Office,
.,-, r-(. -'nee o' British
.tli  day of  April,  A.
C  S. KEITH,
I (strict Registrar.
���rn niicnt Loan & Bay-
enlieimer   Bros.,
Lelshman; J- W
water ls to \if used
dairying and domestic.
Ik) This notice was posted on the
2nd day of May, 1910, and application
will bo made to the Commissioner on
or June, mo. at 2:30 p.m.
the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose land* are likely to be
affected by the proposed works, either
above or below the outlet: None.
F. W. SMITH.
Box 536, New Westminster. B. C.
from the city to invite his cocaine-
sniffing friends to visit his home on
Overdale avenue, and Indulge in the
drug.
When an attempt was made by Inspector O'Keefe and his men to put
a stop to the rendezvous, the young
man, who ls only nineteen years of
For agricultural, | age, and whose father holds a responsible position, snapped his lingers at
the detectives and at organized authority saying that he could do as he
liked In his private house. The re-
sponsible head of the house was absent at the time. He was brought before Chief Carpenter, however, for examination, and revealed the name of
the party from whom he bought the
drug.
SIXTEEN
JAPANESE
WENT  OUT
ON   STRIKE
BAILS���
1  June IT
He Maul   ba        June 23
em ol Brit        July 1
ED. GOULET.
CPU. Agent.
COAL
New
Wellington
Westminster
"ransf er Co.
Ie 'Pkout 115.     Barn  'Pfcons 1S7
Columbia Street.
|Pi..-      dtllwti   promptly   te
iny part ot ths city.
light and Heavy Hauling g5e��
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
If there are forty people in
Westminster who want to buy a summer camp site they have an exceptional chance this week as White.
Shiles A Co. are offering forty choice
at White Rock for from $225 to
each   on terms of $100 cash and
Calgary, Jpne 'J.���Sixteen Japanese
wipers in the C. P. H. loumlhouse
struck for an increase in wages yesterday afternoon, and when they did
| not  get ii  quit work, presumably to
1 look for jobs on ���some section gang.
Three or tour other little brown men
bave already  been  procured to    till
j their positions, aud the C.P.R. officials
say no difficulty will ho experienced
In getting all the help required.
The Japs have been getting thirteen
i cents an hour for their work. Through
their   Interpreter   they   demanded   at
j noon yesterday fifteen cents. District
Supt. Mailing refused to acquiesce.
Tlie subjects of the Mikado did not
say anything or become angry, but
just slipped oil their jumpers and left.
Incidentally, it Is said that their interpreter is also the proprietor of an
employment office, and will have the
Job of supplying men to fill the vacant
jobs, so that lie will not lose. Until
a few months ago the wiping was done
by boys desirous of becoming firemen,
but the C.P.H. found the Japs more
satisfactory. There was no chance of
promotion, however, for the Japs.
OFFICE-TRAM  DKPOT.
be   balance  in   four   half-yearly
ments.
pay-
DRAW   JOINT   WILL  AND
COURTS  UP AGAINST
Timb
B.C.
er and
Mills
Trading
Co.
of
LUMEBR
TURNED
Telepho
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds
LATH, SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTf Hi Mi
WORK,  FISH   BOXES
LARGE
FANCY GLASS.
STOCK
FINISH,
PLAIN     AND
Denver, June 0���In The filing for
probate of the Joint will of William
F. Sperry, and his wife, Frances b.
Spen y. the courts of Denver County
find themselves confronted with a un-.
lque   legal  problem.
Mr. and Mrs. Sperry made one will
covering the property owned by each
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
New Westminster
Bex  13/
of them. M:s. Sperry died on November 3, 1909, and the joint will has beea
filed for probate. The question now
will Sperry have to die before
arises,
Calgary, June 9.���A transcontincnt- 1
al railroad from the Gulf of Mexico to !
the Arctic ocean and a big summer
hotel on  Herschel island���that ls a
possibility of the near future, and a
project   that  would  pay  well,  In  the.
opinion of Ex-Gov. F. T. Congdon, M. [
P.  for Yukon  territory,  who reached
the city yesterday on liis way back to i
Dawson from the session of the Do-I
minion parliament at Ottawa.
Gov. Congdon speaks ot the north
country in a way that staggers one.
He has James K. Cornwall, M.P.P., I
backed off the map when lt comes to
painting rosy pictures of the future of
the land of the yellow metal.
For a Thousand Years.
"Mining will be carried on profitably
in Yukon territory a thousand years
from now," he declared yesterday afternoon. "The Industry Is in Its Infamy, l believe that great region will
be the overflow of Canada in the next
generation. It has mineral wealth yet
undreamed of, and agricultural possibilities that are wonderful.
"Of course, I would like to see that
Alberta & Great Waterways railroad
built. The people up our way believe it is a step in the right direction.
It might be a link in the ocean-to-
ocean line I speak of. Think what an
alt taction a trip to the Arctic ocean by
rail and steamboat on the Mackenzie
river would be to the people of St.
Louis and farther south, sweltering in
the heat of the summer time. Thousands now make the trip each summer from Seattle and Vancouver to
Skagway." i
Great  Rush to  Lower Yukon.
Regarding  mining  operations,  Gov. j
Congdon said:  "Since 1 have been in
Ottawa there has been a strike on tlie '
Iditarod on the    Lower    Yukon that
promlseB to cause the greatest rush to
Alaska since the strike at Fairbanks.
It is a placer country, where the poor
man has as good a chance to dig a
fortune out of the ground as anyone
else.
"But the Yukon is coming forward I
for the lirst time as a   quartz  gold
country.     Quartz in  paying  quantity
and  quality   has  been   found  on   the
Rainbow, on the    Arctic side    of the
divide,  between  the  Yukon  and   the
Arctic.   In the Dome, Trom which run
all the old placer gold bearing creeks,
a tunnel more than 1,300 feet long has
been bored at a level of 550 feet deep,
and an other lode of the fine paying
quartz has been found.    A big company has been organized to develop it.
"The Yukon Gold company,    otherwise known as tlie Guggenheims, are j
doing much  for the Dawson district.
They have spent hetween $10,000,000
and" $11,000,000  in  development,   digging  a  seventy-mile ditch   to     carry
water to Hunker and Bonanza:  a hydraulic   electric   plant:   nine   dredges
and four or five electric elevators. The
Greenoughs, of Spokane, are working
some   big   copper   properties   in   the
Whltehorse district.
Agriculture   in   Dawson.
"Speaking ot the agricultural aspect
of the  country, there are  some  fine
F���*E*p*ta-a*ye.i^^ ���*
Rae
&
McLellan
Trapp Block     Phone 714
The
Time
WATER   NOTICE.
to buy real estate is now,
during the lull before the
storm, while prices are stationary long enough to see
them plainly. For instance,
for a few days we can offer:
Lot 6, Block 22, Royal Avenue, at $5,000; half cash. Be
wise in time. Some day this
lot will be worth $20,000.
The
Place
to buy is a matter of opinion. We suggest the West
end, Surrey, and Sapperton.
We have a bargain in each.
Agnes Street, (5-room cottage
on full sized lot, $4,200;
$1,500 cash. This will undoubtedly be business property.
the document can become effective
a will cannot be admitted to probate
during the life of its signer. On the
other hand, if this position Is upheld,
what is to be done with the estate of
Mrs. Sperry?
The question is causing wrinkles
the  brow  of more than one
lere.
on
lawyer
as   firms  around  Dawson  now.    We  are
growing our own potatoes, but 1 would
Just a Few Left ot
West End View
Lots
In Lot 10, Sub. BloCk 12, between 8th and
KHh Avenues, to the east of 18th 2���*h.
Price $350, one quarter cash, balance 6, IJs
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 lota on Hamilton St., all cleared,
50x150.    Price $800 each cash, or $1000 on
terms.
LOCAL IMPROVEMENT NOTICE.
not say that It will ever become much
of a wheat country. The Pelly valley
is a good farming country, and horses
are wintered In the open in the Alsek
Valley. Any man can go in there and
make" a living on a farm today.
"1 would like to see a railroad from \
Edmonton or vicinity to Dawson.    It
would open  a  country  of  wonderful
mineral  wealth  and agricultural  pro-1
ductlveness."
Lot
V
7 on 11th St., Block 19, Sub. block 7.
noe $750 on terms.
Maple Rid��e
]20 acres of good land, close to Mission City
!r.H'e is $35 per acre.   $1000 cash handles
Balance on very easy terms.
fe British Canadian Securities
Company, Limited
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
0ffice:     The Dominion Trust
The Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of New Westminster
hiving bv resolution determined and
specified that it is desirable to carry
out the following works, that Is to
say: ,
To construct cement, concrete sidewalks on
from Sixth avenue to Tenth ��v��nue.
except on the east side of said street
between Sixth and Eighth avenues,
also on both sides of London, Edinburgh, Dublin and Hamilton streets,
Eighth and Seventh avenues between
���" >nth nnd Twelfth streets.
'"And that the said works Bhall be
r,nlod out in accordance With the
^visions ol the Local improvement
I General Bylaw imeerandcuy
reported to the Council
with the provisions of
upon     tho     said
atements showing the
to  be  chargeable
���utIons of  real
CONTROL OCEAN RATES.
Tri-
Great Britain Is Asked to Join a
bunal.
Ottawa. Jwne 9.���In connection with '
the creation of the international Tri-'
bunal for tke control of rail  traffic 1|
crowing  &5 border, to which Chair. |
both sides of Tenth ���tr��et|mM m .bee of the railway commission'
hae he^tl Anointed as Canadian repre-
SentaMve, it is possible that some arrangements may be reached by the
governments of Great Britain, the
United States and Canada for a similar tribunal to afford s.oine medium |
of control of rates both on passenger
and freight tratlic charg��_ hy the Atlantic steamship wu. panies. The
whole question is still in a tentative
stage and nothing hftt been done except an exchange ot views as to the.
general desirability of auch hn ar- j
rangenient.    The  Idea  is  tvrj&T**   ia.
Washington and Ottawa, iMll up t0
the present time no definite response
has come from Great Britain, where,
of  course,  Atlantic  marine   interests
are  most  largely  represented.    Such \
a tribunal  would enable  the  govern-
ments acting jcJntly to overcome the I
present   difficulty   of  taking   any   ef-1
fectlvt-  potion  to prevent  the  undue
raising of rates by an alleged steam-;
��� *iip combine on the north  Atlantic, j
Tht-'T are   however, many difficulties I
^  Vgal'anu  ^^a Ft? ��M
,    oninino-     onceited  and  bar-!
way   of sflC .ing  x.      . nJ
monlous action of tho faas been
ments along this line, ana ..     ���8Berted
And the
or ha\ lng
-dance
bylaw
the
and
aid
the
eer
Us
I in aoOb.
the     said
I works, giving ��>
| amounts esttmftf*^
against   tho  *a'rious   i^      , ,
property trt be benefliWj* '
work* and nvtlier partlculW*
said report.  ��. the said City >'��--
and Clt? Assessor having beerf ��aoB '
I ��'d bv nre council. -
Notice is hereby given that ti. -
.s;i"id! imports are open for inspect ion
at tlle Ollice of the City Assessor, City
Hall. Columbia street. New Westminster, BC'., Arid that unless a petition
against tlie proposed works above
mentioned, signed by a majority of
the owners of the land or real property to be assessed or charged In respect of such works representing at
least one-half in value thereof Is presented to the Council within fifteen
davs from the date of the first publication of this notice the Council wlll
proceed with the proposed improve-
men's under such terms and conditions ns to the payment of the cost
of such Improvements as the Council
mav by bylaw in that behalf regulate
and determine and also to make the
said assessment.
Dated this . th  day of June,  A.D.,
1(110.
\V. A. DUNCAN,
Cfty Clerk.
Date of first publication, the 10th
dav of June, 1910.
I
stated about all that can be ..., hag
at present is that the question * ,
been broached for the consideration
of the  respective  governments    con
cerned.
Tive acres in Block 5 of Section 36, Surrey, $800 per
acre; third cash.
Columbia Street, Sapperton:
Two new modern houses on
four lot3; $8,01)0 for the outfit, or separately;  third cash.
And
80 acres, Mount Leman,
$5,200. The soil will grow
anything the climate will
stand for. Note the terms,
$1,600 cash, 1, 2 and 3 years,
7 per cent.
As for
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
Of the 'Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license in  ihe N'ew Westminster Division  of  New   Westminster  District.
(a)   Tlie  name of  Company,  Vancouver   Power  Company,   Limited.     The
head office at the City of Vancouver,
Hritish Columbia.    The capital, $2,500,-
000,   divided  into  2,500,000   shares of
I1..00 each, all fully paid up;   (b) The
name of tlie lake, stream or source,
unnamed si ream running through section 29, block 5, north range 2, west,
thence   in  a  northwesterly  diiectioa
flowing   into   the   Eraser   river;    (c)
The point of diversion,  2,300  feet ta
a   southeasterly   direction   from   the
southeast corner of section 19, block
5, north range 2, west;  (d) The quantity  of  water applied for,  .166  cubic
feet   per  second;   (e)   The  character
of the proposed  works, a small dam
and pipe line;   (f)  The premises on
wliich   the   water    is   to   be   used,
i two (2), three (3) and four (4), group
itwo   (2),  New  Westminster  District;
I (g) The purpose for which the water
j is to be used, domestic;   ih)   If for
irrigation describe the land Intended
j to      be      Irrigated,      giving      acre-
'age,    no;    li)    If   the    water   is    to
I be     used    for    power     or     mining
purposes describe the place where the
, water is to be returned to some natural  channel,  and the  difference  in
altitude   between   point   of   diversion
and point ot return, no;   (j)  Area ot
| Crown  land  intended to  be occupied
by   the   proposed   works,   none;    Ik)
I This  notice  was  posted  on  the  2nd
day   of   June,  1910,   and   application
will be made to the commissioner on
the  13th day of July  1910;   (1)  Give
the  names and  addresses of any riparian   proprietors   or   licensees   who
or  whose  lands  are likely to be  affected by the proposed works, either
(above or below the outlet, none;   (m)
The part of tho Memorandum of Association  of  the  company   which authorizes the proposed application and
works reads as follows:  "(3) The objects for wliich the company is established and to which objects tlie Company are restricted are the acquisition
of water and water power by records
of  unrecorded  water  or by  the  purchase of water records or water privileges for,  (g) Rendering water
and   water   power   available  for   use.
application and distribution by erect-
! ing dams, increasing the head of water   ln   any  existing  body   of  water,
or extending the area thereof, diverting the waters of any stream, pond or
lake Into any other channel or channels, laying or erecting any line  or
flume, pipe or wire, constructing any
race-way,   reservoir,    aqueduct    weir,
wheel, building, or other erection or
work which may be required in connection   with   the   Improvement  and
use of the said water and water power  or by  altering, renewing,  extending,   improving,   repairing,   or   maintaining any  such  works or any  part
thereof."   (n)   The   Company   applies
for a license to store water. The place
of the proposed reservoir for storing
the said water is section twenty-nine
'20), block five (5), north range two
i HI   west;   lo)   The  means by  which
i'  is proposed to store the water, by
dam;   Ip)   The area of  the reservoir
site or  sites  at  each  foot  in  depth
above the outlet, the depth above the
outlet    will    approximately    average
about six or seven feet;   (q)  How lt
is proposed to acquire the land necessary for the purpose, by purchase, or
if necessary by expropriation;   (r) Approximately the number of acre feet
intended   to   be   impounded,    20,000
square feet.
VANCOUVER POWER CO., LTD.
R. H. Sperling, General  Manager.
Vancouver, B. C.
CITY  OF   NEW  WESTMINSTER
SIR  GEORGE  NEWNES   DEAD.
London. June Sh-Sir Georgel
Newnes, the founder of Die Westminster Gazette. Tit-Bits and the Strand
magazine, and the donor of the international chess trophy bearing MB
name, died today. ���
Sir George  wns    born    March   i..j
1851,  and  was  formerly    a    Liberal |
member   of   parliament,   representing I
Swansea town.   He was the son of a |
Dcrbyslilrc clcrg; ^un.
The
Girl
she won't love you the less
if you have a good piece of
real estate going up like a
sky-rocket.
Notice to Paving Contractors:
Tenders for  Paving  Second  Street
The Corporation Invites tenders
from Street Paving Companies for the
grading, street paving, laying of concrete sidewalks, boulevarding and
construction of storm water sewers
for Second street from Clinton place
to Sixth avenue.
Paving companies will be required
to state term of years they will guarantee their paving and the percentage of money the Corporation can retain during the period of guarantee,
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, City Engineer, City Hall.
Tenders will be received up to 5
p m. on the 20th June, 1910, by the
undersigned.
W. A. DUNCAN. City Clerk.
City Hall. New Westminster   B. C.,
June'4. 1010 "-' ' "   [j
I
AND     CONTRACTORS.
Rae
McLellan
Trapp Block     Phone 714
BUILDERS
��ealed tende^ wlJJ be ree^^J 'oy
the undersigned up to nooil, June 10,
for the erection of a tramway station
and office building at New Westminster.
Specifications can be secured at office of Maclure & Fox, architects,
Winch building, Vancouver.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., LD
IMPOUNutD.
One bay mare.   Bog Spavin on nlgh
hind leg.   Lump on nlgh fore leg.   If
not claimed will be sold June 14 at
12 noon, .,  ,
tt. H. BATT.~
Poundkeeper.
New Westminster, june 8, 1910.
Garden Work
j English gardener ls open to undertake all kinds of garden work; making
and seeding lawns, laying out and
'planting new grounds; or would attend one or two days a month to
trim up. Apply C. H., Box 556, New
V.'cs:^iii3iei', B. C, I
PAGE  EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FR'DAY,   JUNE
Something New in
Floor Wax
The easiest wey to
SaWi  a  Boot  is' to
saturate a soft cloth
w::h Cohynboi Liquid Wax and apply
3:;:':.-.!;.- to the ffoor,
let It cry '.  z al    It
fifteen  minutes,
l '/   ar.d  bring  to a
,/   polish by light
rubbing v.:.':. a
'<. / soft doth.
No brush to pasta ��� no vt'.t'*��� no
backache. R esists fa eel- rn arks,
scratching. ar.'I water wiil r.': tu��� it
while. Goes farther tad lasts longer
than any paste war. Try ::! lie
son to ask for the gamine
Tbe EaSMft *^f��.fc3 Floor Fims4
Sold by /
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
10,
1910
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���City News*
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On J me IT the Beaver will make
Its annual trip It tne head of Harrison lake.
A lot on First street is . urely a de- j
te thing to hav-.    Sf*e S. Fader. ��� .
Manager C.  A.  WeUh  will  not be,
enpany the t*-am to Van-;
couver   on    .Saturday, aptl   Able::mail
Gray will assume I       ���   :   risibilities.:
ember, Sinclair is giving 20 per
��� ' n all Tsn Fo'/we ���     **
Bee  Fales for Bed Lounges.    G ;^r-
mteed  goods at prices cbtajj-.-   -.-.an
pest **
��� city clerk was taken ill yesterday afternoon and tlie new city
treat trer, J. A. Rennie, per/    :
council   meeting last
For   spring  plants  or cut  flowers,
phone Davies' Greenhouse. R208.     "
.'. - .   ��� - ' .   garden party, in aiJ of!
Westi ball,   was   held   at  the |
residence of Mis. John Mackenzii   St
Patrick   Btreet,   yesterday   afternoon
and evening.
If every young man and young
D fully realized the advantages
of pursuing a f-o'irse ������������' this Institution and then the opportunities offered
for profitable and congenial employment be - i she would not hesitate in
selecting this School as an avenue
for advancement. We give the Bame
conscientious attention to placing our
students into positions as we do to
instruction. Satisfied students are
our best  advertisement.
A. L. BOUCK,
610    Columbia    St.
Principal.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watties for Ladi-s from $12.7:.
op.
Silver Wa:ches, gents' o,oen face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and fclgir.
Watches.
Watch  repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from G^o. Adams' Grocery
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Oppos te  E. C.  E.  R.  Depot
25c ��� Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT  SERVICE
GIVE   US    A   TR IAL
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
SPECIAL
Foi a short time we are offering
Razor Strops worth One Dollar for
Fifty Cents. Can sell you spectacles
cheaper *han others and no fit. no pay.
We &:' agents for Kodaks and supplies Arsenate of Lead for Caterpillars.   Ask for quotations.
Twenty pt-r cent means a saving of
$1   on   a   %'j   shoe.     Vou   get   this   at
1 Sinclair's, the Shoe Man.
For a pleasant cool drink, try 0 e
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. **
R. Brken, of Langiey Prairie, lost
his barn by fire a few days ago. He
bad no insurance. The loss was complete, including the harness and hay.
No cause is known for the conflagration.
Phone L-52S for ail kinds of teaming.    J. H. Huggard. **
A gro-ind floor, legitimate business
proposition offering certain and exceedingly large profit to a man with
?"' in one year can be learned
���;'������ il by writing to "Inland," P. O.
Box  Um,  City. *���
The Roman came Into port yesterday with about 40.000 pounds of halibut, the smallness of the catch being
accounted ior by the fact that continued bad weather made it possible
. to fish onlv one day.
Anything in our line 10 to 20 per
cent,  saved  for  you.    Fales.        *���
$5 .shoes for $4. ii shoes for $3.20
and $3 shoes for .2.40.    That _ what
Sinclair offers .-ou  this month.    **
The Women's Auxiliary of St. Barnabas church will give an ice cream
and strawberry social on the rectory
gn ' is on the afternoon and evening
of Thursday, June 16. In the e ���
inz there will be an apron sale in the
parish hall and a musical program
has been arranged.
The Bohemian Cafe will in futuie
be open ail night. Special arrangements for private parties. "*
The   Aust  illan   exhibition  of   animals and  birr!:-, and the museum of
antipodean  curio itles,  at  present  on
exhibition  on  Columbia street, is attracting considerable attention among
j the curious  and  the  students  of  na-
j ture.   The exhibit will remain in this
city  until  Saturday evening.
Considerable attention is at present
being paid Ln First street property. S.
Fader has a  good proposition on the
, market. **
To Furnish an Office, see W. E.
r'ales. ������
Owing to the prevalence of measles.
mumps, la grippe and other ailments
.     Daily  make child life Quint,    attendance    at    the    city
schools  I.as  been  remarkably  low  of
late, some of the rooms at the Central
school bell g onlj about half full.   The
same condition  of affairs  prevails  at
���   Ton. and in a lesser degree at
Lord Kelvin school.
For Geraniums. Dahlias and all
kinds of Spring Bedding Plants phone
Davis' Greenhouse.  R 208. ������
Until further notice the Bank of
Montreal.   Nc--��   Westminster,  will  be
open  f'-r  I :si-:Pss Saturday evenings
from 7 to & o'clock. *���
Negotiations are completed for
special rates on the different land
transportation lines by the local committee in charge of the arrangements
for the W. C. T. U. convention to Le
: eld here on June 21, 22 and 2'i. Providing 100 delegates atf-nd. first
class transportation for the round
trip will be given for one-way fare.
The railways which have agreed to
this are the C. P. R.. G. N. R., and
the  E.  <k  N. of Vancouver Island.
The landlord business must be a
pretty good line or there would not
j be so many in it. Whether it rains,
; snows or freezes he gets his. Why
i not be a landlord yourself? Start
! small at first and pay the rent to
'yourself. You'll like it and never will
'you go back to the old system again.
; Buy this good looking and well built
six room house on Third avenue near
( Ninth street foi $600 cash: balance
'arranged over eighteen months. W.J.
jKerr. *���
j    L.   M.   Richardson,  who  has   been
transferred from the Nanaimo branch
of the Royii bank to the one in this,
city,   was  surprised   uy a   number  of
itiends   Wednesday   evening   on   thei
eve of his departure to his new duties.
It was a church pany. headed by the
rector, and included the rector's warden and committee of St. Paul's, who ,
journeyed    to    the    Richardson   resi- j
dence.   J. H. Good read an illuminated
address  embodying  the  good   wishes
of the party and expressing their regret at his departure.   Mr. Richardson
,v.as presented with a handsome meerschaum pipe, with amber mouthpiece
and beautiful case, after which Mr.
White spoke of tlie valuable service
Mr. Richardson had rendered St.
Paul's church.
The Royal Cafe has ' b<--en aptly
termed the Cheerful Cafe. The alterations and remodelling recently undertaken by the proprietois. Messrs. Sea-
bold ic Jones, have given the place
a cheerful and light tone There is
accommodation for over 120 diners
and even this can be added to when
:. sity   arises.     The   kitchen,   that
.most    important    department    whir!;
lean   make  or  mar  the   prosperity   of
any   restaurant,   is   run   on  the   most
|up-to-date lines, and everything there
In is spotlessly clean, and a surprise
\ visit  by any  of  their  patrons  is cor-
j'dlally    invited    by    the    proprietors.'
I Music   in   the   evening   serves   as   a
Bpecial   attraction   to   the   lover   of
classic and popular airs. **
!
AUCTION SALE
A carload of light horses, mostly
mares with foals at foot, will be sold
this morning a: the mark-'t square,
at   10  a.  m.  by  T.  J.  Trapp.
WANTED
Spectacles 50 rents up
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
DRUGS-SPECTACLE SEED   STORE
New Westminster, B. C. Phone 43, 71.
Dp to May 31., Macdonald Bros.
turned out 10.415 feet of 25-inch rlv-
etted water pipes for the Coquitlam
line The cost of this, which is about
one-seventh of what ls required, was
J24.319.78. Over three-quarters of this '
plpe.-or 8.662 feet, was manufacture Several teachers tor the public
in the month of May. schools   of   this   city.     Applications
Will be received until noon of the 22nd
Spring   is   here���how   about   those   Inst.
plants   for   the   garden?     Tidy,   the I ROBERT LENNIE,
Florist, can  suit  vou to a  T In anv- I Secretary,
thing in that line ������ New Westminster, June B,  1910.
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phono 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.    You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA. STREET
COME AND
SEE US
In  Our New Quarters In the
DEANE BLOCK
Pour  Doors   Bast   of   Pan.    of
Montreal
We Have Just Received a Fresh
Stock of Popham's Chocolates
. mu:r & co.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Columbia St.   New Westminster.
White Shirt Waist Suits
$2.95 Each
only of these attractive two-piece    wash   soli       ��� i    ,
Reg :iar   I"   0   to   110.00   values.
year's styles, hence the low price for Friday and Saturday. They are ma
in. dimity, lawn, duck and linen;   in  this  lot  ari   a  few  two-pi.ee   coat   suits  and   tu ""*
rhilte and colors.   All on sale Friday and Saturday.   Each   *'">
Children's Hosiery
All Desirable Kinds
Hosiery for boys and girls who give their stocking plenty of hard
:������.. "��� Hosiery for the baby and little folk. A great variety ready-
note the lines, a partial list < t what is to be found In our hosiery
se -ion.
Boy's    Heavy    Ribbed    Cotton:   si/es 5 to 10-lnch.    per pair, 20, 2dc.
Boy's Extra Heavy Cotton: Rock Ribbed and Hercul -; si/.-s
6 tr. 10; per pair     30 ���*������<* 35c
Boys  and  Girls'  Union  Cashmere;  all sizes;  per pair   25c
Girls'   P'a in    Cotton    Hose    in   tan.   white   and   black;   sizes   I   I I
*���-.,.  per pair    15 to  25c
"Girls' Lace Lisle:  Blzes ���"���!-_  to  8^4   in tan.  white and   black,   per
    25   to   35c
One Lot Childrer's Lace Cotton; sizes "'_ to 7V4 only: black and
tan.    !:���-..  .   ���   lues   25c     To clear,  per  pair       15c
Children's Socks. Cotton ard Cashmere, Bhorl and three-quartei
��� ��� s: sizes 4 to 1% Inches in black, cardinal, brown, sky pink and
white lace or plain:  per pair      15  to   35c
Fancy Top  Socks:   dainty  Utile   white   cotton   socks   with   fi
plaid  tops:   per   pair   25c;   and brown with light tops    per pair     35c
Girls' Extra Fine Ribbed Co'.ton: a grade stronger than plain cotton hose, ensuring better wear. Black tan and wnite; si/.- :.'������_. to
10;   per pair     25 to 35c
Newest Styles in
American Onc.piece
Dresses
%',// ���
'���'   '    '   '
the nicest ��
have   re elvi
and   whal
tHthefacM
'" :     ;
'  '
l ������: Bona Ij il
Colllstl ;
Chicago .- ill
*''"	
oi  express
would    have   1
this      They
everj   woman
sons    Shown   i
batlsti     ;���
etc.,    and
duck,  etc.    .'���.
4".    Bach ..    $5.C
��� m
; ���
I 0..
Odd Linen Pieces
$1.00 Each
A special sale of better linen pieces affording a splendid opportunity  to  housekeepers  in  search of dainty  linens at   little cost.
We carry so many lines that we tind at times a larg,- number
of odd pieces on our hands. It is these odd pieces that art on Bale.
Tray clothes, centre pieces, table covers, bureau covers, etc., in
plain hemstitched linen. Battenberg edge and embroidered linen. Regular values $1.-5 to $1.75.    On sale,   each      $1.00
Thirty Dozen
FINE
HANDKERCHIEFS
15c,  2  for  ?5c
Regular  25   I
A   bandki i
not    often
will   say  the*
able valui b. Si
while   thi j
15c each;  .' : 25c
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
-THE-
MERCHANTS* BANK OF CANADA
Head Office    -    Montreal, Que.
Capital $6,000,000
Rest Funds  4,000,000
Total Assets (over)  60,000,000
*
._
ESTABLISHED   1864.
This Bank has 145 Branches in Canada.
A General Banking Business
Transacted
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
We give Special Attention to Savings Bank Deposits
$1.00 Starts an Acccunt
Best rates of Interest paid.    No delay in Withdrawals.    Open Saturday Kvenir.gs from 7 to 9 o'cli ck
 this gives everybody, working men, merchants,
etc., an opportunity of cashing cheques or making
deposits. .	
The Pul
Supply Stores
WE ARE STILL
Selling Out
Our
Crockery
Bargain Prices
on all Odd Lines
1   New Westminster Branch,
tU.l*mBi'ia*��-ffj��WWW'.'^ �����T!^nVJ*4*V!-r--'*^^a.a
II. C. Adams, Mgr.
Wine Glasses,
Cups and Saucers, and Souvenir articles at
Cut Prices
r
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I Some Special Snaps
���
i
:
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x
 THESE   WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
6 lots on Second .treet.    Excellent view.    Streets on  three  sides
of  I liis  property.    $350 each.   Terms.
Hi lots extending from First to Second streel. This property %
Is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, und lane ut rear. T
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE. Z
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
���������������������������������������������������������������������.��������� ������������^
Ike CHEERFUL CAFE
Is,  As  You   May  Already  Know
"\
The ROYAL CAFE
Tlie " ROYAL " is recognized as tlie
place to go for good tilings to eat. There
is a cheerfulness and freedom from restraint
anout our beautiful dining-room tnat places
guests at their ease at once. And the service is prompt, the waiters are courteous,
and with delicious, well-cooked food, -what
more   is desired ?     You Try  Us Today
- - MUSIC EVERY EVENING - -
THE ROYAL CAFE
PHONE 375
D
ominion
Trust Block, Main Floor
Now is the time
to acquire something in one of
these lines.

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