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 Ocean Park
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
1.1 -M
IPO
iNT MORGAN
DEMONSTRATIONS.
Railway! Will Help College in Spreading  Knowledge.
,,r-r*.rr Hi ill/ DAUI/C Winnipeg, May 22.���Principal Black
P^Rlli" BIAllI DANhJ ">' tbe Manitoba Agricultural college
l,.jJ\VJL  nittlll  wn.\iwih!(s con?pleted arrangements with the
It Financier Obt
Houses to Prevent
fcurrence of '07 Panic.
C, P. it. and C. N. R. to pul on demonstrations  in    dairying    al   vai
nd Pnii    points  along  these  lines of railways
nSU)1* (during June.
Tim Railway companies have shown
inm li Intel esl In this matti r and have
done evei yl hing p n 111 le to pei Eect
tho arrangements.
t
e V
li
m,v  22.���George  E.   Rob
-,,,,,    of    the   Continental
,,, a! a luncheon of the
j i'l ,wsliip club here yester-
.  |   pierpont Morgan had
OEM) EAfiLES REMEMBERED ] SOUTH POLE SK.UKLtTUN
MEMORIAE mm      LECTURES IN WINNIPEG
Men bers of Aerie No. 20, 1C0 Strong,
Parade to  Sapperton and   Place
Flowers   on   Graves.
banks
ni  a
prep-
great
i of manj
��� ,. formation
ii atlon.
, [ties  thai   will
nted."  said   Mr
...   New   York,
... Cincinnati,
; ivaukee,   Si
^ouls, Scranton,
v,.w OrleanB, Buffalo,
ilt."
danger
urrec
prob-
.  Rob-
Phlla-
Cleve-
Paul,
a.,
in
nf a ri petl
the panic of
ECLIPSE OF THE MOON
SCHEDULED FOR TODAY
New York, May 22.���On the night
of .May 23, and morning of May 2\. a
total eclipse of the moon Is scheduled.
According to the bul etln of the Columbia University bulletins it will bo-
gin and imi as follows:
Thi- i clipsi- w ill begin when the
moon   enters the    Bhadow at     10:46
o'clock in i) \ ening.   Total ei (Ipse
will begin al 12:09 o'clock In the
morning; the middle of the eclipse
Is 12:3-1 o'clock and the total eclipse
will end at 2:22 o'clock.
Those  vim  watch  the eclipse will
notice   thai   though   the    moon    has
pa   '��� 1   Into   the   earth's shadow,    it
j will be visible, due to the blending of
|lighl through the earth's atmosphere.
About one hundred meml ei -
A< : le No. 20, Fraternal Ordi r
I s,  took   pan  in   the  annua"
morial service yesterday
and later marched to the
at   Sapperton,  where    tin
Famous   Explorer   Unveils   Tablet   to
Memory of Man Who Braved Terrors of North Years Ago.
VESSELS
Boats Ram  Each Otner in  Dense
on  Lake  Michigan.
Port   Huron,   Mich..   May   22.-
steatner Sonoma of Duluth
pire City of Cleveland
Fog
ROSE Of INSIBITS
1MY
ftRE  SELECTED
FOR   COMING
ASSIZES
Ird
upon
wei e
v Ill  ho c
at tlie ��� omlng assizes
S -    lay as follows:
i   id I-:. Armstrong
.    i   .1.   Archibald,
Atchison,   Victor   Atchison,
et)    William   W.   Arm-
.1.    Larry.   William   R.
. e   W.   Biggs,   Alfred   E.
Bath, I>a\ i.l S. Bai ton,
ianks, Charles Helton, .lohn
. Willi im s. Blackburn, Her-
:;is. Walter Bailey, William
William   Bailey,    Charles
,'illlam   A,   Blow,   .lames   A.
nry C.  Benson,  Lorne Bar-
Atkinson,  William   II.
F. Baldwin, William C.
Bloomfleld,   James   An-
To Simplify  Exchanges.
Victoria,   May   22.��� In   an   interview
here  Alexander Graham Bell, inventor
of the telephone, who has lately given
,all his attention to aviation, intimated
Ai- that he would probably renew expert-
\M.  tnents with a view to simplifying telephone exchange work, the Bystem   ol
which now used lie regards as unnec-
11  ai iiy complicated.
i -
v
le irge
irge
seph
CATERPILLAR PEST HAS
ATTACKED FRUIT TREES
.. xander Baker, Gilbert B.
John S. Adshead. David J.
Noah Allen, John Hrown,
Armstrong, Samuel J. Bates,
Insell, Alexander Anderson,
'. Belli George Allen. John
Arthur L. Ballard, Thomas
in  William Alls. I'.  II. Uatt,
Begbie.
jury���Andrew Brown, Fred-
Arthur,  John  A.   Blair,  Law-
Carleton,    John   Alexanaer,
Atkinson, Robert Carmlcbael,
Boucher,    William   Braith-
bn   E3.  Allen,  F.  W. F.  Bel-
ard W.  Barrett, Theophllus
Pest   Makes   Its   Appearance  in   Large
Numbers Around  Matsqui���City
Orchards Not Overlooked.
few
the
Valley,
this year
in  Mission,
Matsqui    the
covered  with the
5SEPS DUPLICATES
LOUIS   BLERIOT'S   EXPLOIT
Kngland, May 22.���Coun! Jac-
epa,   a   French aviator,
���- e   English   Channel   in     an
,-esterday, landing here.
l.i-sseps lel'l  Cal..is al  3:30
��� Is morning,    The   weather
li rate,     His   objective   poinl
: il   cross id  the  English
i-      In     B      monoplane     on     the
July 25 last.    His unpre-
h ad nni  been made up
Hubart   Latham   madi
Itempl on July  19,
attempt    Latham
hlne Into the water
��� '    Later Count deLambert
or  such   a   flight   bul   his
down   before   he   had
l��l '     cliffs.    Count  de Lesseps
i attempt   the fllghl  last
lay,  bul   postponed   the    event
lie   di alh   of     Kin
Caterpillars, which for the past
years have heen the terror of
fruitgrowers in the Fraser
have made their appearance
in alarming numbers
Langley, Sumas and
ground ln places is
caterpillars and grave fears are en-
terl lined for Uie apple and pear crops.
Even in the city of New Wist minster
the pests have been discovered In sufficient numbers to cause considerable
annoyance to the owners of small
chards and ii is probable that
iole Fraser Valley will he infected
of
of
      1110-
aftern on
c   ��� i  erli
_ jgra-. e
fourteen departed brethren were di
rated with floral emblems. A large
number of Inl ei ested ::i ectators wit-
. the '���'���- emonles at the grav< b.
1 i lerabei b u isembled In thd
Ea i j hall, w here Worthy Presldenl
Hen Robb announced the pu , o ��� of
the gathering, this being followed by
a prayer. After the singing of the
hymn, "Rock of Aces," by the audience Pasl Worthy President J. X.
Altchison gave a Bhorl address on
"Our Duly Today," his remarks being
clos< ly followed. "My Rosary" was
rendered as a solo by VV. Sayce, VV.
Fryer being the accompanist.
Following the roll call by Worthy
Secretary 11. Schofleld, Kev. J. S. Henderson spoke at some length "n the
aims and objects of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, pointing out to the
members present that the obligations
wbicb they took were to be reckoned
as among the most elevating and honorable in secret societies. Few peo-
1 le on:side the organization realized,
said the speaker, what a power for
Rood a great order like the Eagles
could be in this land and time. He
earnestly hoped the solemn duty they
were assembled to perform that afternoon would bring to each and every
one of them a closer realization of the
uncertainty of this life and
tainty of a better, brighter
hereafter.
After the usual closing exercises
the hymn, "Nearer My God to Thee,"
wns sung by the audience. The chaplain having pronounced the benediction, (be members formed in procession and marched to Sapperton, where
flowers were placed on the graves of
John Newman, James Cash, Thomas
McCaffrey, John Esposita, John Collier, Emil Christiansen, Phillip Cota,
Harry B. Grant. Fred Eastman. James
Hutchison. George Hall. J. B. Sargent.
J.  S. Vlckery and Fred Hogan.
city    band    accompanied   the
and    discoursed    appropriate
Winnipeg, May 22.���Sir Ernesl
Sl a .- m an l\ ed here, j es ei day
.   i ; nd in ihe afternoon unveili d
a tablel al St, Andi<������-��� a Rapids, erected by thi men i n lai ��� . .:. :-.
mi Capt.   William   Ki nnedj.
who was si nt Into i he Arctic to se
foi   ��� Ir John  Franklin, and who  wa -
for mai In 1 he i mploj  of the
Hudi on' ���   i -    '���-... '���:���   hei e and  at
rn points.
Sir E rnesl i< etui i d lasl evenlnj I i
tl ei  the itfe, under the ausplci s
of the Canadian club, b< fore a bi il
liftnl assemblage. William White, vlce-
pr< Bidenl of the C. P. R., presided.
22.���The
and Em-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ col id -d in a
(!.- ase fog yesterdaj above the Corsica
shoal Lightship. 	
several plates were broken on tbe��� Feint Attack by Gen. Mena
porl bow of the Sonoma, jus! above
the wat'-r mark. The Empire City is
lying close to lhe American side and
has a bad lis'. The tugs FavoiIte and
Sarnia went to the assistance of the
two vessels today.
Locks Regulars in Rama
Without Ammunition.
QUAKE DOES NOT HURT
PANAMA CANAL WORK
SUPREME COURT DECIDES
POKER CHIPS REAL MON:
Ac-
handed
Pittsburg,    May    22.���Poker    chips
i taken out  of the rake-oft in a poker
game go for real money with tlie supreme  court  of   West   Virginia,
cording   to a   decision   just
down,  this  court  sustains  tlie  lower
'court In  its finding that  a man  who
(took poker chips from a game in payment for  beer  furnished  the  players
j was handling real  money.
The case was that of the state
against W. T. Collins. Tlie defendant.
was convicted of selling liquor illicitly. He conducted a gambling room
where chips were worth 5 to 25 cents
each and where each player purchased
a number of them from him to use in
making bets.
Washington, Maj 23.���When Con-
I ;' a finally decided to Belecl I be
Panama instead of the Nicarai u in
ro ite for the Inter-oceanlc canal I hei e
were many predictions of dire disaster, and it was frei ly <l< 11 ired that
the canal was foredoomed to destruction by earthquake.
Consequently when the news came
on May i of tbe earthquake In Cartago
the engineers naturally felt Bomewhal
apprehensive as to the safety of the
canal works. It appears from reports
just issued here that the seismic disturbances did not approach nearer
than 200 miles to the canal zone, and
there was not even a crack in the concrete as a result of the earthquake.
Rollins Pays Big Fin?.
Xew York, May 22.���Frank W. Rollins, former governor of New Hampshire, enteied a formal pica of guilty
befoie Judge Hand, and his counsel
made a plea for clemency. The court
imposed a fine of $2000, which the
governor paid at once
charge was smuggling.
in cash.
ex-
Tlie
Bluefields, Nicaragua, May 22.���
"Have enemy completely surrounded
and cul off from ammunition and provisions.    Expect surrender any time.""
This was the message that came to
Gen. Juan Estrada, leader of the Insurgent forces from Gen. Luis Mona
yesterday. Tiie Estrada forces, undei
Le Mena, according to the plan which
had been decided upon, executed their
first move yesterday evening at Rama.
Gem ral Mena allowed General Chu-
varla, of the .Madriz forces, to close
upon llama, when he moved a small'
body of bis forces In a feint to attain
!'i.-- ess-ton. At tlie same time General
Mencadon, at the head of an insurgent detachment, made a forced march
from Muelle De I'.nyes, forty miles
west of Rama, and attacked Cbava-
ria's ammunition and provision train.
The entire train, with 200,000
rounds of ammunition and a large-
amount of provisions,  were captured.
General Chavalit now holds the
position, gaining Rama, with General
Mena at his front and General Acadi>
at (he rear. General Mena reports-
his loss in the feint attack as small.
the cer-
life in the
The
I Bagli s
music.
or-
the
w
pear
there is
appeals
Already
SOCIAL   DELEGATES
MAY   DISPENSE  TIPS
il   '
an
In
fell
but
The grubs seem to prefer applo and
trees to any other, although
a certain kind of willow which
to them,
in si ime of the country districts tbe small orchards have been
snipped of their foliage. Tlie caterpillars lirst made their appearance
on Thursday, bul bo great are their
numbers that the havoc wrought by
a few days' activity  is surprising.
Fortunately the country affected is
not   primarily a  fruitgrowing one, al-
in  some  places there are ex-
orchards.
wliich reheated discus-
congress of the
ban
though
tensive
mil
Ed-
Soo Channel  Blocked.
Ste.   Marie,   Mich..   May   22.���
3bish  rock-cut   channel,
in   com-
HH OF JEWS ABE
BED AWAY FROM KUSSIA
Sf
Tl-.-   Wesl    Ned
opened two seasons ago. i
plete blockade, the steamer John B.
Kltchum No. 2, being sunk in fifty
if water below the old upper dam.
Kotchum, loaded with pulp and
bound down, struck the
side above the dam
of  the  starboard
feel
Thc    ^^
wood,   and
curb on  the east
nd   the   upper  end
ar ^^
bow last
east and
channel.
night
wesl
and   sank.    She
directly   across
lies
the
PIGEONS   CARRY   RETURNS
IN FRENCH  ELECTIONS
I Is Enlargi
lesiding In
,1  to  Include  Semites
Kurst  and  Other
Cities���Month's   Grace.
now   aro
in pigeon
during the
''''''" I'tirg, May 22.���While the
Pion of the Jew's, declared to he
ally  without the pale, has
t1'      en     actually   begun,   thou-
Wlll be compelled to leave the
(lls,bi's where (hey aro residing
it a month,
"'" edict banishing RtHi families
Klei   has been  added  an  order
���Hug the Jews from Kursk, Taul,
ovia,   Yekaterinoslav   and   other
Paris,   May   23.���Returns
available of an experiment
post  made in the Gironde
recent elections.
Votes were counted ln the outlying
d isl rids but tbe general results were
dealt with at the headquarters in La
Reole. So homing plgens were sent
out to eighty-eight communes,
when tho votes had
results were
and
heen counted the
and
Chicago,    May     23.���Socialist,   delegates may give "tip^,"  Whether delegates from the United States to the
International Congress of the Socialist
party at Copenhagen next fall should
travel In style, with all expenses paid
by the party, was a problem
quired  a lengthy  and
sion  at  the  national
pany yesterday.
With the intention of placing- a
on "tips" and requiring delegates to
deport themeelves on the six weeks'
trip in keeping with the station in life
of most Socialists a tight was made to
amend the constitution so that tlte
party no longer would allow a $3.00
per diem and pay no expenses except I
steamship and railroad transportation.
The proposed amendment finally went
down to defeat, the party agreeing to
shoulder all expense, provide the per
diem to compensate for loss of wages
and also to allow delegates to dis-
| pense "tips."
Death   of   John   Edge   Baker.
The    death    took    place    Saturday
morning, at   the  residence of his sis-
ter   Mrs.  Allan  Purvis.  Agnes street,
of John Edge Baker, after an illness
of four mont lis.   The- deceased was "i.
years of age and was a native of California, but had resided In Vancouver
for twelve  years.    Resides his  young
wife,  who   was    formerly   Miss   Flora
Maud Brown, of Vancouver, whom he
married only last January, Mr. Baker
leaves to mourn bis loss one brother.
j Melville  11.   Raker  of  Dawson.  Y.   T.,
jand   two Bisters,   Mrs.   Duncan   Harrison of Seattle  and  Mrs.  Allan  Funis
of  this city.   The   funeral    wi
'place  in  Vancouver  al   10:30
Monday    from    Center    &    Ilanna's
Chapel,  Vancouver.
FIREWORKS EXPLODE AND
SET  A   MAN  ON   FIRE
New York, May 22.���While unloading fireworks from a freight car in the
Pennsylvania railroad yards at Williamsburg Edward Maloney, 30 years
old, assistant foreman of the yard,
picked up a case somewhat roughly
to read the address on it and was
suddenly knocked down by an explosion and enveloped in flames. Luckily
all but three cases of fireworks had
been taken from It.
Workmen rushed to where Maloney
lay and stand to pull his clothes off,
while others got a hose and deluged
him   with    water     until   they   extin-
I guis'ued the flames.
Ambulance Surgeon Cobn removed
"' loney to the Eastern hospital. Tbe
patient is suffering from severe burns
on neck, hands and face. His condi-
! tion is critical.
STARE SURVEYS FOR
NEW INTERIOR
JESSIE MACLACHLAN CONCERT
PROGRAM   FOR   WEDNESDAY
for
in
the-
the
Parties   Commence   Work   From   Fort
George   snd   Lytton���News   of
Fort  George.
News from the interior just received
states that large panics of surveyors
have started out from Lytton and Fort
George to delimit the route of the proposed British Columbia-Alaska line,
wliich will go north from a point in
tlie neighboihood of Lytton, and pass
through the rich country of which
Fort George is the centre. This is sim-
1 ply one more web in the network of
'lines which will very soon open up
ithe whole of British Columbia.   Tiiere
For Evangc'ical Work.
Atlantic City, N.J., May 22.���Announcement was made yesterday lie-
fore tlie general assembly of the Pres-
bysterian church that Noah Converse,
late head of the Baldwin Locomotive i
Works of Philadelphia, bad created a
fund of $100,000 to carry on evangelical work under the direction of Wilbur Chapman, The bequest has been
placed at interest by its donor, and
will pay .sunn a year to the work of
spreading the Presbyterian faith.
the
no
YACHTS MAY RACE
FOR AMERICA
CUP
Xew York. May 22.���Although no
official information could be obtained
at tlie New Voile Yacht club, it is generally understood that a challenge for
the America cup will be received
from tho Duke of Sutherland, the contest to be arranged for the summer of
1911. As to whether or not the death
of King Edward will temporarily put
a halt to any such plans in England
is a matter of conjecture, and there is
evidence one way or the othe
no
on
fixed  belief.
take
o'clock
they were liberated
attached to the birds
ted.
in this way
Sixty-three results came
t^ iie-i'duuarters within an hour and a
'!'   closing    Of   the polling
booths   twenty-two  pigeons  were  de-
fayedby bad weather-d three wen
Injured by voters diw
nils in their districts
wliich   to  predicate
When the first announcement was
made, a few weeks ago, that the Duko
of Sutherland intended to try to lift
the America cup. the news was received by yachtsmen generally with
considerably more acclaim and enthusiasm than any similar statement
during the last few years. The Duke
of Sutheiland is well known In English and continental yacht racing circles, nnd it is believed that his challenge, if it really materializes, will
not be surrounded with any difficulties.
are at the present time no railways
running   north   and   south,   but  these
are sure to follow the east and west
lines.   They aie just as much a necessity   as  tbe others  and,  in  fact,   the
country cannot properly he opened up
without   tbem.     Steamships   are   ail
right on  the coast, but the interior
has to be served and by railways
Just now the country north ol
C. P. R. is served by automobiles.
less   than   eighteen   carrying' passengers to and from the northern cenue
from along the Cariboo road.
I    A telephone line is just being constructed to liuk up the new town with
the rest of civilization.   The const ruc-
tion  work  is in charge of    William
I West.
The   lirst   women   to  take  up   residence in Fort George went in a few
! days   ago.     Tbey   weie     Mrs.   M.   V.
Halm and  Mis. C.  Houser.    They  re-
icelved a great ovation on landing
j were each presented with a
by the South  Fort  George
company  in  recognition
The ladies were former
Quesnel.
The Fort Qeorge Tribune says that
shaving costs 26 cents In tlie town,
and that whisky is not for sab- because tbe people, with the exception
of three, are Christians, and
lieve in
Following is the program
Jessie Maclachlan concert
Opera house on Wednesday:
Scottish Songs (a) "Mary Morri.
son." (b) "The March of the Cameron
Men."���Barnaby Nelson.
Ancient Fairy Lullaby (a) "A Golden Cradle Holds Thee," (b) Border
Ballad, "Blue Ronnets Over the Border"���Miss   Jessie   Maclachlan.
Recital lai "Episodes" (b) "The
Hon. Member on Robert Burns."���
Craighall  Sherry.
Patriotic Song "Highlanders."���
Barnaby  Nelson.
Recital and Song "O. Rowan Tree"
���Miss Jessie Maclachlan.
Pianoforte Snk> "Scottish Rhapsody."���Robert Buchanan.
Recital "Crossing the Ford" (from
Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush)���
Craighall  Sherry.
Songs lal "Allan Water," lb) "A
; Song of Thanksgiving." ��� Barnaby
j Nelson.
Gaelic Songs  la)  "S'oraidh Shn le
Fionn-Airidh."     (bl    "Air   Fal-al-al-o"
j���Miss  Jessi"   Maclachlan.
Recital "Selected"���Craighall Sherry.
Duet   "Selected"���Miss  Jessie   Maclachlan  and  Mr.  Nelson.
"Auld  Lang  Syne,"   "God  Save the
King."
Robert  Buchanan   will   be   pianist
and conductor.
  md
town  bit
Townsite
of   the   fact,
lesidenls of
RIVAL   IRISH   FACTIONS   MET;
MANY  WENT   TO   HOSPITALS
here
spite
led to
Cork, May 22.���The presence
today of rival Irish factions, in
of elaborate police precautions,
a serious conflict, following demonstrations among tlie crowds that were-
addressed by John Redmond, leader
tho parliamentary party. John Dil-
and William O'Brien. Many per-
were injured, including Daniel
D. Sheehan. M. P. for Cork. Some of
the injured were taken to the Infirmaries.
in
lon
sons
ing the
tions.
GIVES
don't he-
wrecking humanity and stunt-
growth of succeeding gene, a-
TRAIN-ROBBER
EIGHTEEN YEAR TERM
NEW GOLD STRIKE IN
HILLS OF CALIFORNIA
md three
itistlcd with
the
HETTY GREEN SUED FOR
SAFETY DEPOSIT RENT
New York. May 22.���Mrs. Hetty
Green, who has been attending to
business without public attention recently, will come out  from her
THREE
itience of Local Star Gazers
Rewarded at Last���Comet is Seen
court
seclu-
as tho
a safe
YEARS'  WORK   IS
MEANS TO MAN'S
Providence,   R.   L.   May
launching    a    twenty-ton
which  he had    been
building for  his own
vola   of   Edgewood
St. Louis. May 22.���George Eh'ling,
who turned state's evidence and tesi-
fied against William Lowe, also
i charged with robbery, wa.s sentenced
the federal court tod. v to serve
^^^^ and
the
Pocket Near Minersville Yields $6000
in Seven  Days���Run of
s'o'i Monday to appear in
defendant in a suit brought by
for $550 rentnl of
of tbe
Edwin
|t knd'
"''t' failures too numerous to cal-
'" without   tho  aid  of an  adding
i'"' Hi'' local searchers after
pledge wbo have been straining
1   '���'��� slghl  to  catch  a  glimpse of
'"'"��� heralded visitant, Halley's
'[��� have been rewarded. The heav-
hobo was seen on Saturday even-
a"d again last night.   It. wil! prob-
'"' visible this evening, when the
'' ��f  'ho  moon  Bhould  obscure
evening  sky  sufficiently  to glvo
���inster astronomers a splendid
ortunlty to observe the comet
i-lv.
ern
faint, and  not
Btara or moon.
haze, less than
moon.   No tail is
conict
Is to he seen ln tho west
sky,    it  is ve,,y
sharply defined as the
It is a mere luminous
half the size of tin
visible to the naked eye.
According to tlie bites
aa.es in skylore. tho comet
ent equipped with two
hie ut night In thc 	
in tho morning in the ens
is supposed to have pas
one  of these  caudal  appendages
This   double   tail   theory
from the massive brain
Hussey of the \TnIverslty ot m
observatory. ,.
deposit company
boves. used tn store the papers
estate of Mrs. Green's father,
Mott Robinson.
Her   daughter.   Mrs
Wilkes, is administratrix.    Mrs
says she does not see.
she should pay $550 of her hard-earned
money to the safe deposit company.
Sylvia
A.   G.
Green
therefore, why
DEATH
!2��� While
powerboat
three years ln
use, James  Sa-1
  was   crushed  to j
death today when the rope holding tlie
boat on the ways broke and allowed
the craft to go over him as it entered
the water. Savoia had lived in Edge-
wood for three years and was apparently possessed of independent means.
He was 38 years old.
Rotary Snow Plow Inventor Dead.
Rochester, May 22.���Capt, George W.
Ruggles, who invented tlie Ruggles
rotary  snow  plow  anil  made
| eighteen years In the penitentiary
to pay a fine of $:!Uiju for robbing
ill and holding up a Missouri Pacific
mi
train
Lowe
three
near Glencoe. Mo
was sentenced to
years.
Yesterday
serve  forty-
School   Lands  Sold.
Camrose. Alta., May 22,���At the sale
of school lands here $425,000 was ie 1.
lzed, or an average of $12.25 per a^re.
$100 to  Pan.
Weavervil'e, Cal.,  May 22.���Gold in
large quantities  has  been dlscovere-1
ln the Jewel creek canyon, near Minersville,  and  all   the   ground   in   the
immediate vicinity of the little stream,
has been staked  out hy prospectors.
Charles Heath,  who  had  been   prospecting on Jewel creek for some time,
struck a pocket  which yielded  $6000
in seven days.    Some of the pans he
washed gave him    as    high as $100.
\ Many have gone to the scene of the
strike.
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STRIKE   SETTLED
	
Five Thousand Seven   Hundred   Paper
Workmen to Return to Work.
Buffalo,    May    22.���John    Dundrig. |
chairman of the state hoard of m(,dla-
mbitration, returned here to-
New  York, where on  Sat-
succeeded   in   settling  the
twenty-five mills of the In-
Paper Mills of this couh-
By the terms of the settlement
00  workmen  return  to  their
Clemency to Prisoners Marks
Beginning of King George's Reign
Hon and
day from
unlay   be
strike In
ternational
try.
about   ^^^^^^
places tomorrow,
idleness.
i improvements    in    methods
Istructing canoes, died at Charlotte yil-
Mage, near this city, tonight.
I Crops in Good Condition.
Winnipeg. May 22.���A warm
has been falling over tbe, prairie provinces today and crops of all kinds are
in the best possible condition.
rain
after    ten   weeks'
Killed When Team Runs Away.
Crvstal   City,   Man..  May   22.���William Smallcomne of St. John B, North
Dakota, was killed here yesterday by
his team running away.
London, May 22.���King George has
begun his reign with an act of clemency, the remission of short sentences
and reduction of others throughout
the kingdom, These include the army
and navy.
He has also Issued a touching letter
"To my people," expressing grateful
appreciation of the affection and loving devotion the nation has shown in
the face of "a sorrow so sudden and
unlooked-for that it might well have
been overwhelming."
I    "But the sentiments It has invoked,"
continues the king,
realize that it is a
mo and my people,
and hopefully look
strong in my faith
"have  made  me
loss common to��
I  take courage
to    the  future,.
in  God,  trusting;
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my people and cherishing the laws
and constitution of my beloved, country."
It is announced that King Georges
ls to maintain a racing stable at Newmarket and a training stable at Sandringham, and that he will patronize^
racing on the same extensive scale as-"
his father. PACK TWO.
"iHE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY
MY 23,
Classified Adverlisements
WANTED.
WANTED���GIRL TO ASSIST
house work.    Apply, A.  1-:.  Ki Ul] ;-
ton, 501 Queen's avenue.
OPERA   HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
May -4���Juvenile Bostonians.
May 25���Jessie MacLachlan.
2���Du: i.thy Morton.
June 30���1 be   \'.'i.ite  Squaw.
Society
Good Opportonjties
WANTED���TO    EXCHANGE    I i   1-2
acres of good land at Lincoln
tion, Langley, for Westmlnstei    ���
property.   Value $3000. Appi)   B. C.
Si i .: .��� .. b,   Ltd.,    Dominion    1
Offices, Columbia stieet, New   \
minster.
SYNOPSIS    CF    CANADIAN     HOML
STEAD   P.EG'JLAT.ONS.
Mr. J. il. Diamond is visiting P.
land, Ore., for a few da;
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Miss Vera Gilley, who lias been .���
tending  i ol ege ia Ti ronto, ri   .
on Friday.
Miss   Brown    and    "
Brown are visiting 1
WANTED���A GIRL AT ONCE.    AP-
ply, Royal City Laundry.
WANTED ���FIRST     CLASS     WAIT-
resses.    Good   wages   pail.     Appi;
Central Hotel.
WANTED���MEN     AND     BOYS     TO
work in can factory as help
plj   between 7 and 0 a.m.    Clifl   ..
Sons.
Mrs.   W.  G.   McQu u   I ���  ai I
ter   i.
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. -. Henry  i.e.- ei man.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Ap
ply  125 Third avenue.
FOR  SALE.
TOR    SALE ��� TWO    GOOD    LOTS
half block from Park eai
car.     wil!   trade   on.    lot   to   ;
who   ���.. i I   build   a  $900  housi
either  lot.    Address   D.,   care  this
omce.
Any available Dominion Lnnis within i;,.- railwaj   belt i.   L:. ���-.. Colum-
... hom< sti    led "uj   ,t-.,;-  .   t
���  ...   ���   o I   :.���:���. i        . \ i ... :���   ���
or auy male over 1 age, to |
the extent  of i i  rter  section  of      Mis.  J.   M.   1        tt, who I
100 acres, more or less. ylng with  .'lis. J. Ii. .'   .   -  :
Entry must be made personally at   pi ������   I
t .- local land office' foi the district to Portland.
In whi h thi Ian I is Bituate. Entry
by proxy may, however, he made on
��� a conditions by the tather,
mother, n. laughter, brother or sister of au i:.'. ��� ling  honii B ��� vi.-r.
The homesteader is required to per
form the condition? connected  there- '���    Mr. Herbert  Watson, who is a -    -
with   under    one    ot    the    tonowing   dent   al   McGill   university,   is  Bpend-
pians: 'nS   lno  summer    holidays   with his
,   , mother, Mrs. Coverdale Watson.
(1) At least six months' resilience *   *   ��
��� 1  ei  th    ion of the  land on'    Mr   . . _,   -.-,..   ,.   ,._  Worsfl ,(,  ... ���,
each year for three years. son Jo!)n , _  ,     ,.     _. .  f,om ^
(2) !: the father ( or mother, lf tne  in  Victoria, where    they    were
f. '   :��� :- decased), of tiie homesteader guests of  Mrs.  Charles  and  Mrs.   U
r  .ides upon a farm In the vicinity ot M.  Eberts.
ad ������    red (or, the requirement *   ���   *
���.    re id nee  may   be satisfied   ' >'      Ai ong  the  Xew Westmln ter i
such | residing with  the father ..;,. vis\ .,._   Seattli
BREMNG & COMPANY
General  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES  ONLY.
We Can  Deliver the  Properties.
s 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldg.
r  Columbia  and   Begbie  Streets.
New Westminster B. C���Phone 686.
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VER.
WILSON, COOK  &. CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank   Bldg.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
ADD TO  WILSON  &  I OOK S AD
BURNABY���Snap. 8 acres on Murchie
;   , .. easy tei ms.
SURREY���Ten  acres    choice    water-
: outage  In N I ton    8,
Township  '.'.    Pri e  1250 per acie.
ii; bj   tei ms.
Write  or  ( ���   Tar-
ilars.
BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
We Can Deliver the Properties.
Roorrs 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldg.
Corner  Columbia  and   Bsgbie  Streets
New Westminster B. C��� Phone 686.
Client just from the East wishes to
buj a 5 or 6 room i ge or bun a
low  in ar school   u llni,
New  Wesl
District   of   N
Take  i
nan. of   V
occupation .
ply   for
follow ���
Co mi
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;:'" ���        t four
her  lin.ii   .
and  wesl
erly   i
to | lace ... i
tour   acn
AL1
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March I.
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THREE   ACRES���All   in   fruit;     I ���-
roon outbuildings,   eti
A tine i ... In ; hom .Go d tei ms.
SURREY-
close ii
-10    acres
only $80
on
New   West ...
District of r, .   "   Dlg
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Scott   road,  Clowi
tl ii . bu
 . ���  ply for ;..
SURREY���70  acres   on   Clover  Valley   lowing   de
.'.  ],< ir  Hjorth   ro   I      L25   pei      Commeni i
acie:  easy ten the s. i:. i
In channel bei
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A  SNAP���Three  acres  of  fine  garden   \,       . ;,.,.   .
I frull   I ind   near   nam   hue;   ai(
'.��� r.    Prii e   .350  per .    e," easy  K>,,;,... ,,, ,  ,
ms. containln ���
SIMO:
FOU    SALE���SURREY;     SIX    AND
One-half  acres  on   Scott   load   .
Kennedy   station.     Price   $375   pei
acn   .;...   cash, balance easy.   Owi
er, Box -7, Colllngwood ;..    . P. O.
So ith Vancouver.
FOR   SALE���HIGH   POWER   AUTO-
mobile  (roadster)  in good run   .
order.      .Might   exchange   for    real
estate.   Room 8, Westmlnstei Trust
Block, City.
or mother.
(3) lf the settler hns Ws permanent
.-��� sl lence upon farming land own^.1
by him in tiie vicinity of his home
stead, tlie requirements a- to resit snee
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
���  ���   been Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Maj
Mr. and  Mrs. Allan P. Giant, Mrs.
c.   Armstrong,   Miss  Lewis  and   Ml
.Lillooet Armstrong.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner  Columbia  and   Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
j LANGLEY���ao  acres,
S.   li.   '��� :   Of   .' '        L0,
���   .  i ��� r acre;  ���> l,i
,      rear.
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CLEARED LOT��� Moody square, 'ess
���  rms    This   Is   a   full-
sized lot.
FOR SALE���NEW MISSION  F
ture, made to order;  Bqua e d
table, large high-backed couch, five-
leafed   screen,   four   dining    chairs
and foot stool.    Set for (42. Phone
189, City.	
FOR SALE���GOOD WORK TEAM
12,800 lbsj. Sound. Also wagon and
harness (new). Apply A. N. Mac-
kay.  Uurnaby Lake P. O.,  B. C.
FOR SALE ��� MAGOOX STRAW-
berry runners. Specially grown
from young plants. Four doll irs
per thousand. L. Claude Hill, Burnaby Lake, P. O	
FOR     SALE  --  SPEED     LAUNCH
"Vite." 33 feet long, 4 feet 6 inches
beam: fully equipped with 16 H. P.
four-cylinder "Cowle" engine, together with dynamo. In first class
working order. Speed 14 miles per
boar. To be seen at our docks,
Front street. The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LET ���UNFURNISHED THREE
rooms; electric light. Apply 233
Eleventh street or 746 Columbia St
FOR RENT���ROOM FOR ONE OR
two gentlemen. Apply 205 Carnarvon street
TO RENT���UNFURNISHED ROOM,
Apply corner Royal avenue and Seventh stieet
TO    LET���COMFORTABLE    ROOM
for one or two .adies. close to car.
G15 Hamilton street, city.
TO RENT ��� COMFORTABLY  FUR-
nished   bedroom.    Apply   713   Trew
street,  city.
LOST.
LOST���DOG.      WATER    SPANIEL;
brown and white. Answers to tiie
name of "Doughey." Kindly communicate with Mis. E. King. 610
Fourth street.
LOST���POCKET BOOK CONTAIN-
ing sum of money and valuable'
papers. Name on pocket book, S.
N. I.upton. Finder please return
to Kelly, Douglas & Co., Fiont
street   and   obtain   reward.
I/ORT���On   Columbia  street   between |
Alexander and  Sixth  streets, silver
brooch   trimmed   with   gold.  Finder
return   to the  City   Paint  Shop,  37
Alexandra   street,   and   recehe   re-j
ward.
LOST���THURSDAY    NIGHT,    CUFF
with Masonic bar cuff link.    Finder !
please return to News Office.
The Ss ottish < onci rl to be given
Jessie Maclachlan in tlie Opi
House on  Wednesday evening Is
Six months'notice in writing should  .,     .        ;.,   looked forward to.    Miss
e given to the commissioner ol Do   Maclachlan  has had a  most  sue ���
Inion   lands  at  uttawa of intention   . :i .,:,.. through Australia, Xew /,    -
to a    Iy for patent. ,-.\ and Tasmania,  where tiie re
Coal.���Coal  mining  rights   may   be   sentalive  of  the folk  songs  of  S
I        :   for    a  period of    twenty-on* land   was   most        in ';     w  icon
I years at  an  annual  rental  of  ?1 per   Miss   Maclachlan   is   ac ; d   by  City���House
acre.      Not   more   than   25;'.0   acres  Mr.  Cralghal    Sherry,    Mr.  Barna
:     I]  be  '.eased  to one individual o>   Nelson and Mr. Robert Buchanan,
company.      A royalty  at the rate Ot I *    *    *
tv-  cents per  ton  shall  be  collected ;    A  very   pretty  wedding  took place] ���
on the merchantable coal mined. in  St.  Stephen's church on  Satun'....   Lulu   island���Twenty  or  Forty acres
W. W. CORY. ��� lorning, May 21, at 11 o'clock, when
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. Florence Maud, elder daughter of Mr.
  ;John Morrison, was married to AI
N.B.���Unauthorized   publication   of  auder    Lacblan    McQuarrie,    M.    D.,
this advertisement will    not  be paid fourth son of Mr. Lachlan McQuarrie
 | of this city.   Tlie bride  wore a trav-
!^= I eiing suit of navy blue serge, with
hat to match and carried a bouquet of
bridal roses and lilies of the valley,
She was attended by her sister. Miss
Bertha Morrison, as bridesmaid,
while Mr. George Cassady supported
the groom. The church was beautifully decorated by a number of young
people, ivy and white li'.ac principally
bring used. Mr. and Mrs. McQuarrie.
left in a motor car for Vancouver, en
route to Portland, where the honeymoon will be spent.
CITY���Lot 2 and 3 in Elks. 6 and 7
s. B. 9 on Si venl li avenue. Pi Ice
(650 ��.. h; i isy ten
April 20, 1910,
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Mortgages
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTS! MANA-
ger U. J. Sykes), R2 Powell street,
Vancouver. Phone 3576. Prompl
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
write if unable to  visit us.
BUILDERS     AND     CONTRACTORS.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon, June 3,
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.
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Some of our shrewd clients
are beginning to feel that outside property is now nearly
as high as it is worth. They say
that the old stock exchange
axiom is good which says "Sell
when everyone wants them;
buy when no one wants them."
They have figured out that they
have done pretty well by real
estate and are now buying
mortgages. They say that seven
to eight per cent, is good for
such high class, gilt edged security���in fact there is no security better than a mortgage
on improved real estate which
has withstood all the scrutiny
given morgages which passes
through our hands. They feel
that with such mortgages
they can sleep pretty comfortably���no anxiety as to a possible drop in value.
If real estate has done well
for you, or if you are for any
reason looking for the greatest security In investment, it
will pay you to see us and
talk over the matter. Our
knowledge is at your disposal
without charge. Years of experience and study of financial
matters of all kinds fit us to
speak with some degree of authority.
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550   FEET  of the   best  waterfront  on
the Fi aser; 21% acres of Improvi I
ta   land.   There   are    two
bouses  on    this    property;   terms.
This ; ropertj can be bought fi . i<
:i $20 i er front  foot.
on     corner     lot     near
Qui en's park;   modern;   bIx ro
Price   $2,; i .   ;".-"   cash,     bala
monthlv.   Worth investigating.
on the North Arm road. Price only
$250 an acre. Tbe land around this
lias been subdivided, and is selling
at double the price. This is j u
l tsl chance to sei are land along the
: sed tram line at this li- . e
'i ���   ms easy.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner  Columbia   and   Begbie   Streets.
Phone 680.
BURNAQY���T-.vo
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t easy term
Tendei s
'!'. :  lei
acre   lots   near derail ned
p. ."���   p.    in .   ;oi
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  i :   ; Inch Ci   I Iroi
BURNABY   SNAP  ���   3   M   acres   in   Inch    in    thl  km
D.   L.   136.     I'i i       -      ���       tern      Gx4 Inch   i ".-
$l,i .  balance  6,   12  and  18      Pi] ���      ���      I    bi
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LANGLEY���160 acres, S. W. .. of Sec.   x,... ;
16,  Tp.   10,  2,i i fee ���..../       . ;- .
tli-.   No ��� ' tion.    I'i| e
',!  mills  In  the  vi   nil       Pri      at; e bj .
$45  per acre;   1-3  cash,  b ilance  l
and 2 ye
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LAND REGISTRY ACT.
WILSON,   COOK   &   CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
Water  i'i;
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W. A. Dl
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Re Lois Dumber  14 and
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Re ]..,���    _���'. and   .0. iiloek K. St. Andrew's  Square,  Map 165,   Xew  West-
Bter City.
During the past week two jolly Bur-L Wfher!"up1r00^ of ,the ���� ,?f .CertI: ,
prise parties were given   on Mond iv  Bcate of Tltle ���N,1,ll!,er 1726F. ������!i'-"*i City of New Wesl dup-
al   the home of Miss Josephine  Mar-  Ln Ah!���??����� ��1.A^J. MorrlBon' haa [[<'���'���������"������' \\-'' '-���>>[.'; '��� ��� ���������     ' : ible   !������
tin. Queen's avenue, and on Tuesday
Blon ol Nt w v..
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en   a pn   f of the lose of certl-  (|on 0f t[je
flcate ol  Title Nu . A, Issued  occupation   dal
In the name of Eustace Alvai  ���
has bi en filed in this office.
Notice la ht  el ���    I en thai I      ill
at the expiration ol tn
the date of the first public il lon I
in a dally oewspaper pul II    ed In the
Im
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Subdivision < :
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Bprlng.
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at Miss Nora Armstrong's home on
Sixth Btreet. Those present on Monday were Mr. and Mrs. A. Maifns,
Mr. and Mis. F. J. Coulthard. Mr. and
Mrs. G. Bruce Corbould. Dr. and Mrs.
Doherty. Mrs. Yuengling, Mrs. II. P.
Cornwall. Mrs. Eddy. Miss Peele, Miss
Macgowan, Miss Leamy. Miss Veda
Leamy Miss Emmett, Miss Corbould,
Miss Claire Corbould, Miss Vera Corbould. Miss Dewolf Smith. Mr. .1. Cornwall, Mr. Kild. Mr. Celery. Mr.
O'Riian. Mr. Stewart O'I'.rian. Mr.
Whealler, Mr. J. Gibson, Mr. Frank
Major, Mr. Motherwell and Mr.
a i Tuck.    On   Tuesday    evening    those
��� iprssent were Miss Frlese, Miss Peele,
X I Miss Dewolf Smith. Miss Brown, Miss
��� Gertrude Brown. Miss Lillooet. Arm-
f strong, Mr. Celery, Mr. N. Brown, Mr.
ay \ Ironsides,   Mr.   B
��� ' Mr. J.  Gibson.
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bei a filed in this otlice. the meantime valid objtjctli ��� be made   t.;; ������ r.;   ,
Notice is hereby given that I shall, to mt   in writing. ;
at the expiration of one month from C. S. KEITH *r -.\l
tiie date of the fust paid: atlon here- Dlsl   cl ritlea   tank to dwelling
of, in a daily newspaper published In Land  Registry Office,  New  Wi
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a duplicate of the said Certificate, un
less  in  tlie meantime valid  obji
be made to me in writing.
C. S.  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry  Office, New   Westminster, B.C., May 6, 1910.
.-������ r, B.C., May 12   1910.
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE DAILY NEW
lg)       The     '
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dairying an I
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ti) be affected bj I
��� [ther allow, or  bi
near Tiie Daily New    Co., 61 I VI tori.   None.
Street.
JOB
or all kinds of
PRINTING
Phone  695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow   Press
Sheriff for  21   Years,
fl    Calgary,   May   22,���Sheriff   Murphy
��� I of  Moosomin,  Sask., one of the pion-
��� .'eers of the northwest territories lias
x just completed 21  years as sheriff of
��� ithe judicial district of eastern Assini-
jjbola, and of the judicial district, of
X | Moosomin In the province of Saskatch-
��� ^ewan. When appointed in 1SS9 he was
X;one of the youngest sheriffs in the
a Dominion.
If there are forty people in New
Westminster who want to buy a summer camp site they have an exceptional chance this week as White,
Shiles ii. Co. are offering forty choice
lots at White Rock for from $226 tr
$350 each, on terms of $lli() cash and
the  balance  In   four   lialf-yearl;. -
mrn'.s. ���*
Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd.
T.   R.   PEARSON,
Manager   N.   W.   Branch.
Pianos  from $325   up
Organs, $75 and up.
Singer    Sewing    Machines,   $45
and  up.
Edison    Phonographs,   $16   and
up.
Victor   Gramophones, $31 and up.
$5 Zithers for $2.50.
Violins from $3 to $100.
Guitars, from $6 to $45.
Mandolins from $4 to $35.
Banjos, $15 and $20.
Accordians from $3 to $12.
One   Second   Hand   Piano,   $250.
One   Second   Hand   Piano, $125.
THE     HOUSE    WHERE    YOU
GET  A   SQUARE   DEAL.
J. H. TODD'S MUSIC
HOUSE
Columbia St.   New Westminster
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Six Lots en bloc, situated
between 8th and 10th avenues
close to Cumberland street, on
the highest point  in  the city.
Price $1650 for the bunch.
Only $600 cash required, balance easy	
lo
I
finance Co., Ltd
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate. Loans and Insurance
PHONE 515        CURTIS BLOCK       657 COLUMBIA ST
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      11,000,000.00   ���
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Tuesday, May 24
Under Auspices of
"The Native Sons"
2 jsoli.la
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Jijcsti ted with ���  -
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EGGS!
Green Cul Bone t< v-
Ybur Chickens  hav.
W. RICH
aming and  Expressing.
Central Meal Maikl
DE M EH  iv
5
R( turn of the Famous
Juvenile Bostonians
;. ' ,' {   With Babe Mason and 20 other girl artists, in   the
Musical Comccly Success
1
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: Isau - ;    available   w Ith ���
nta In    all    1 ai ta of    the J
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Banh Department���Depoa I *
in   ..-.   :'\  and upwaid, ���
-t allowej at "��� i or ci ot. t or *
esent rate). *..
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STMINSTER  DP.ANCH,
..  BRYMNER,   .: ti   gel.
"BERTA'S BILLION'
Every Girl an Artist
Prices 25c to $1.00
Seats on Sale at Tidv's Florist Store.
al Waters
ated Waters
���;utactured by
HENLEY
.   ;.STMINSTER,   B,   C.
Office. Eighth  St
Along -.-   '-. ;' i -
li  co .ilea!  stunts.
Wl ���    with   i
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; suspi - .     -1-. tho io
(^r .   foul, htil  ��in n thoj   are Iti (he ,
ring   wiil -   i  i     the;
J  laugl I   laughs    witli ;
!!���.-���-      ��� >- nd    they  hai ������   I
i rovi:: -      '��� unload  ai    least   |
i<- n|. - .ies fi.<m the minds
of tho - . i p< oplo,
i'io�� nlng  i    an   ai f   of  itself,  the
besl ���' n�� ns ni e I oi n   noi  made   The
fun '   king del    i nenl ol i!>.   Qn
; SelU i illj   "ii tn    the
i '.- h       udai d   of    Its   othei   di pai I
men's   In fs ��� ���       pi      n   i- ill ]
I. ��� hi-   ��� .   the   ���' itemenl   thai     th
clowi thl    - '-..u   ire woi i h the 11
pi Ice nl adml ision Th li w n '��� I ���
appi.. late i as the v p ������ nl Bti enu
OUB lives of i |.   -      ���       -��� them
Every  Artist a Girl   I '" ,"    h ���' llttle ','1"	
nd then
i '��� i ��� \ thing i'i    .-i'i    di pai i inenta of
tin1   Sells Ploto   rii cub   this   * eai     l-i
h el)   new    n rre ihlng  and  up to
date     The  big  show  will exhibl    i'1
N< vv Wei tmlnBtei  on June 3,
POWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth   St.  ?nd   Fifth   Avenue.
I
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730  FOLIRTH   ST,
PHOUE   IV-."
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B.C. MUls
Timber   and   Trading   Co.
I   Manufacturers and Dealers in All ttttda ot
LUMF.BR.  LATH. SHINGLES, SASH.   DOORS.   INTERIOR   riNlRM
TURNED   WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     ANO
l ANCV GLASS.
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Acres at Tlmberland
Vale road. $35001
mce  to   arrange.
ti
|S. O.PAULSEN
Timbcrland P. O.
u. oney
I00D     FRIEND     ALWAYS
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ly In
lix!
Ii;ii your monoy for
: lie Hank of Toronto
afe wliile you leave
ly when you need it.
11  it  will be
UTheTime
i'>r you throe per crnt.
1 Small  or large  sums
'" deposited at any  time.
80
BRANCHES
Ontario,   Quebec
and   the
West.
PITAL
$4,000,000
ST
4,750,000
���������
bnk of Toronto
vV   WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
J.lil
B.    C.
ley, Mflr.
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���lii'f-t   . ___
see Joseph Travers
7-roomed house, all modern.. Price $2,400; imall cash payment,
balance $20 i><t month.
8-roomed house close to car, Price ^'."i'111 on easy  terms
Rooming house; -i rooms; good location, Price for lease and
contents, $1,200; $300 cash.
10-room modem house on ful size lol on Third avenue. Price only
$3,800.   Easy termB.
7-roomed modern house close to Columbia Btreet. Price $2,200;
$r>oii cash, balance like rent ������     -.      i
Two B-roomed houseB close In, Prloe only $1,100 each; on ea��y
terms,
tl-roomed house; close In. Price $3, lon easy terms,
We have houses fur sale In all pints <>r the city and on very easy
terms.   Consult us ir you want to bu) a home
Two lots on Twelfth stieet Price only $900 for the two; I S cosh,
balance over two years.
Two lots on Twelfto stieet ear Hue. Price only |8B0 each; I 3
cash, balance 6, 12 and is months,
Two lots rorner of Regina I si/e lot on Third avenue, Price only
J^.n1"'. l-:i cash, balance 8 and 1- months.
Two lots on rorner of Seventh avenue find Fourth street. Price
$1,300; 1-3 cash, balance 8 and 12 months.
One   full-sized   lot  on   Nanaimo street.    Price J'iat).
Lots 13 and 14 ���������''.���r Windsor street backing on Cunningham
street.   $2,100 per lot; 1-3 cash, balance 8 ami 12 months.
l.ot on Hamilton Btreet   Price $850 on terms,
Two lots on Edinburgh streel close to Twelfth street Price $1,300
for tlie two.
We have also .', and 10-aere blocks In Hurrey ranging from $125
anl up.   Bee us ahout, them, .<.._..��. MM_*ftMfldlfc
Joseph Travers
AUCTIONEER
Phone  701
Royal City Planing MM*   lhanth
Telephone 1? New Westminster
B��r     W
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LARGE   ACRBAQI
Saskatchewan This Year Hab Qreatly
Increased  Air.,  Under Crop
Rei ir i, Maj    ' '     I he - i kal In wan
di -mi i menl    of   agi Icull ui p,   thi ough
atl li'.ii and crop reporting bpi
\ tl e. llRg COtlipIl '''I it': ' Bl in ll E Ol
i' i- act i l| ������ BOW ll lo wheal ami otttB
in   tlle   |iiii\ IncO   Ihi-.   J'l :n        Tlle   6Bt!
ti '   i.   . i      in  the acrpiigi n
to  wheal   i . 000       I'l    ,01   I '���'��� >'���  pel
i enl   i his . ompm >������������ with an Inert    i
:.i year, of  '  1,000 m res, oi  10 '��� pet
ci nt. The isi tmnted ai ea undi i wheat
In  1910 Is  i It '.  acn b    The est!
mated at 11 ago sown to oats shows a
de io.i11. of i ��� .".<">���' aci'��� ���-. or six per
11 ni. The ai en undi r ontn In l!U0 Ib
PBtlmated to be 2,103,000 acres,
Nineiy thi"o  per cent or the  wheat
ii op   act ease   of    1,31 f,000   ttCI 68   was '
Bown prior to May I this year, of thei
|ucreage sown to oats,  IB.G pet cent,
or 1)50,000 acres, was sown prloi to
Mav   I.
Haei&al.J&i** ^.lit. wVmilrn. '��M<^-* '**���-
haMc. brook   Milling   Cimipany,
Lnn ne.   \\. C .
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL.. *5 75 per Bbl.
irnlMINAL . .. *r'25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR    .'.POper Bbl-
McQuarrie &Co.-
PRONT   STREET.
FLOUR  AND FEED M8RCHANT8
���i^mj^f
New Westminster,
Telfpbon* 4T4
KmJmm^r-.m-  .-3^Z-     '.    - --        -'-^X. �����   i
r.ALCM   MAN   LLAV_R   MILLIONS
TO  HIS ALMA  MATER
REAL ESTATE
Walker  Block,  Next to Todd's Music  Houie
Salem,  Muss ,   May   22      Bj   Ihe  will
of Isaac c.  Wy n, or Batem, filed
yesterday foi probate, the bulk of
his estate, which u estimated ai nearly .in.nut)000, Is hi'i to the graduate
school of Princeton unlversltj us n
memorial or Mi   Wymnn's "lasting nf
Tei I loll," OS  I he  will   pill BS6B  It, fol   III-'.
alma tnatoi. John M Ra) tnond, of
Salem, and Dean Andrew B West, of
tho Princeton graduate school, named
as trustees, ore given almost absolute
power in disposing of the property,
which consists largely of real estate
holdings,
Mr.    Wvuiati    Wttfl   bottl   In   Minble-
heaii, January Bl, 1828 ile practice 1
law and tli* n gave It up to enter the
real estate business exclusively, lie
operated on a large scale, and pur-
���   ��� ed many thousands of acres   of
wooded   ImkIs    both     in    the   United
States and Canad |
DANISH   CLECTIONS.
Hon.  Mr.  Oliver  it Quebec
Quehee,   May   22.���Hon.   Krat
Internal   Revenues Grow.
Washington, May 22.���Internal rev,
ime receipts show a big increase over
Trouh'rrl ritnt" of Political Situation���
Question of National Defence.
Copenhagen, May 22.���The general
eltctlons were hold yesterday through
0 ���' Denmark. It is only one year SlflC I
the last election, but the Interval has
seen three ministries in  power.
Tue contest   again  today turned  on
the defence question,   Premier /aide
and the radicals In his cabinet having
secured the dissolution of the Folke-
thln. , In order to get the defence hill
of 1009 abolished or amended. Tlie
elections resulted in tho defeat of the
radicals.
The   premier   and   the   ministers  of
ver,  minister  of  the   Interior,      ' ��� ^f   fwf     ^ Aprl|  thfiy Wf)rf>  ^ _   the Interior and defence were re-eloct
the city yesterday to see Mrs   " . ,,,- ,',;   ,,r  |2,200,057    more  than  In  ed, but tbe ministers of worship und
and family off by the It M S   Empress   Afjr|| f)j> i^   There were increaaes of commerce were defeated,
ef h-,.1,,,,1     Hon   Mr  Oliver inspected  |i,021,026   In   spirits.   ����f��2,651   ln   to-1    The  seats  are  distributed  as    fol-
������������.���    h.rf.  barco.   |it��^,S22   In   fermented   liquors !lows'.   Onlted   I.eftlstB,   favoring'    tho
wldlMn'Se'elt"-   hrUim'mC ��� Itil'cigarettes $200,528. -   -       '
Just a Few Left ot
West End View
Lots
tn Lot LO, Sub, Block 12, betwten Btli and
10th Avenues, to the east of 18th Street.
Price $360, one quarter cash, balatiee 8, VZ
and 18 months These lots are elow to the
new cut off, and you will be wise if you step
in now ji ml secure theffl.
Two Good Buys
2 nice lot�� on Hamilton St.. nil cleared,
50x150, Price $800 each cash, or $1000 on
terms.
Lot 7 on 11th St,, Ulock li), Sub. block 7.
Price $750 on terms.
Maple Ridge
120 acres of good land, close to Mission City
Price is $36 per acre. $1000 cash handles
this.   Balance on very easy terms.
The British Canadian Securities
Company, Limited
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:    The Dominion Trust
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, MAY 23
The Daily Mews
Published by The Dally .News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
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MONDAY.  MAY 23. 1910.
,
���
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INDUSTRIAL   PROGRESS.
V
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���  km
/.  'ii^'-r-yf^-
From easl and west, from north andj
south, new lines of communication are
cre< i Ing on towards the old time capital of this province. On either bank :
of tho mighty river thai lias played
so greal a pari In the past history of
the quest for gold, and whose broad
Jjed is yet amply lined with the precious metal, great movements are In
progress, which spell power and greatness for the future of the erstwhile
modest city that was hewn oui of the
primeval forest by tbe sturdy and resourceful members of the Royal En-
gineers corps, fifty-nine years ago.
In tho past New Westminster bus
been conl nl to allow her progress to
drift on in a gentle and gradual way.
But her rich and beautiful natural < n-
dowments have served to earn for her
pro-eminence as a place where a man
could locate bis dwelling under the
most pleasant and delightful conditions, and create for himself a home
that should be a joy for the whole
term of his life. This pre-eminence
as a city of homes New Westminster
,: f '   ���
-���-. .
���&���*������
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��� '������'*.       *__.-&&'������'.
Vivienne    Amber    with    the    Juvenils
Bostonians at the  Op-.ra  House
May 24.
MAIL   SERVICE.
Following are tbo hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at tlie Xew West-j
minster postofflce and hour given in j
each case being the hour of closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, be- j
for the actual despatch. All mails,
unless otherwise stated are de-(
spatched and received daily except
must ever enjoy, for the character and Sunday. The only mails despatched j
circumstances of her residential sec- and received Sunday are the G. X. R. |
circumst.am.es ,   ,     , ���,,,,, _. thp south and C. P. R. east mails, not in-
tion on tlie high lands are such as the
human hand cannot mar or destroy,
whilst the magnificence of her scenic
surroundings is permanent and beyond any possibility of deterioration
or harm.
But down iu tlie vale, on tlie margin of the vast waters of the Fraser,
the music of busy industrial life will
>yr.\.\Va>'v.
m%?'r ������      ��� ���   - &���/���
mWlV'        ���   ���'������ ?%&
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1910,
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B'szr^'Tc ol:."'���! '..- Sweefa
Pure, WSso8ss.'iCi~tz Ftt&d
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JB^S^F^'-T        ���     ������
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for the
eluding way mails, Sapperton, Fraser
Mills and Coquitlam.
Mails   Despatched.
S a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
n. C.  Electric railway.
First C.P.R. east taking all points
east including Langley and district.
The   mail   for  Abbotsford   and   riis-
henceforth bum in  a rapidly increas- trict,  Clayburn and  district, Hunting-
���,,       ,    ,     . ,,       ,���. ,��� don and district, and Matsqui are de-
ing volume.    The clank of the steam Bpatched ,,v way of Vancouver.
hammer and anvil, the roar of the fur- g   a.m.���Blaine     and    Seattle,    ln-
nacp, the whirr of tlie great saws, tlie finding all U. S. points east and south,
click of the shuttle, the buzz of tbe and Hall's Prairie. Fernridge and Haz-
,,           .   .,         ...     .. elmere,  on  Tuesdays,  Thursdays  and
stones  and   rollers  of  the   mill,    the g.tturdaV;.
rumbling   of   the   weighty   train,   the |    A1) gurrey mails are received from
swish   of  the   mighty   vessel   of    the Cloverdale, except  Hall's Prairie.  Ha-
deep, tlie snort   of the waspish
litth
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver. Victoria and
Central  Park, via B. C. Electric rail-
zelmere  and  Fernridge, wliich arrive
.,   _ on  the  Port Gulchon  train  on  Tues-
tug,  and  a  hundred   and   one    other
"��� davs. I hursdavs, and Saturdays.
notes and tones of tlie pleasing music
of happy and prosperous industry will
resound, and ber streets will be filled
���with tlie rush of busy  men.    Hither
will come, and tlience wlll g I
from the docks an I I
and freight  yat Is, > i'  '
manner and  kind     T
not  far distant when New
ter will stand in the realization of a
great  commercial   clearing  hou
this great Dominion and. in a measure, to tlie world.
Fire, Life, Accident and  Marine
INSURANCE
AGENT FOR THE SUN FIRE INSURANCE   OF   LONDON,   ENG.
(Established 1710.)
AGENT   FOR   THE   ALLIANCE    INSURANCE   COMPANY   OF
PHILADELPHIA
I  Have   Buyers   For   Real   Estate
In   New   Westminster
There will be many things you'll |
need.    Choose Here :
New Jabots 25c        Dutch Collars
Trapp Block.
Columbia   St.
New Westminster.
Phones:   Office, 653;   House, 15S. P. O.   Box 952.
B. C. MOVING AHEAD.
Mails  Received.
.. ���Vancouver and  Victoria
...   -���     '    8    ���    tter,     and     also
. .    iay)   via  B. C.  Electric
I a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
'; . Bdaj  ai i Friday).
9:15 a.i.i.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via G.   X.   H.
S:3u a.m.���C. P. R. east (flrst train)
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
12:00 p.m.���C. P. R. east.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and   Fraser Ann.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby by courier,
i    2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:15 p.m.���Blaine and  Seattle,    in-
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The observation of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, that tins is Canada's century, lias
Viecome world famous. There are un- eluding all U. S. points.
mlstakable signs and indications that Tumi p.m.���Revelstoke local and C.
Ibis prediction was based upon sub- p; R- intermediate points,
stantial premises and that it will be jWi^'30 p.m.-Strawberrv Hill, Tim-
borne out by results. But whilst this berland and South Westminster, by-
is a period of great progress, and of courier 1 Tuesday and Friday),
wonderful growth in regard to the 1::;" P-m���Ladner nnd down river
,-. . ��� ... ., ., . u points. East Burnaby, Queensboro and
Dominion, lt Is evident  that we have liul,|���ill.lIlli )|}. CQn^
also entered upon an era of increasing      2:30   p.m.���Vancouver    and    Piper
importance  and   prosperity    for    the  Siding, via G. X.  K. north.
province of Hritish  Columbia.    From      3 p.m.���Cloverdale,  Nicomekl,    and
far and near comes the news that this ��?rt Kells..dally, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Ivne-
province is occupying an increasing head on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Ac-
���share of attention. icord, Tuesday and Friday.
For instance the Agent  General of      4:00  p.m.���Vancouver and  Uurnaby
British Columbia in Great Britain has  La!ie' vla B; C- Electric railway. Sat-
.. .   .     ., ,  unlay an extra mail is despatched to
recently  reported  to the government,  vi.-toria  via Vancouver at this hour.
that  wherever one  goes  in  England,      Blaine   an.1   Seattle,   including   all
Scotland or Ireland one may hear Brit-   U. S.  points, east and south, via the
isb   Columbia    talked    about    today,   ��- N- u- "Flyer."
whilst from  tbe continent of Europe,
from  Australia,  Xew Zealand, Africa, " ~~
India and elsewhere numerous enquiries are received as to the character and possibilities nf this province.
From an entirely different source we
have corroborative testimony of this
gratifying circumstance. Mr. Alexander Laird, general manager of the Canadian Hank of Commerce, who is
now on tlie coast, remarked a few
days since that, "British Columbia is
probably the blight est spot in tbe entire Dominion today. lis rapid growth
and development forms an absorbing
topic of conversation in every community in the east."
Xone are hitler fitted to note the
pulse of progress than masters of finance like Mr. Laird, and bis remarks
are for this reason particularly valuable iis evidence of tlie position
which our province occupies in the
estimation of those in other parts of
tlie   Dominion.
Weekday Schedule
0:20.  6:50.
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at
8:0o and every half hour thereafter until 11  p. tn.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster   at   5:50,   6:50,
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return  Fare:   Adults,  60c;   children   under IL',  Mac.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for   Vancouver
a.  m.  and every  half hour thereafter until  11   p. m.
Cais leave Vancouver for Westminster   at   S   a.   m.,   P   a.   m.
every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p.  m.
Sunday Excursion  Rates:   Return fare. 50c;  children, 2."c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouver
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. in. Freight cars leave Van-
coiner for  Westminster at  !i:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON    LINE.
City Limits Line���20 minute service from 6:16 a. m. to 11  p. m.
Sunday   Service���Half   hourly between  8 a.  m. and 11   p.  in.
Sapperton  Line���20 minute service, from 0:25 a. in. to 11:10 p.m.
Sunday   Service���Half  hourly between 8:i!0 a. m. and 11 p. m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
20,   8:00
al   8
and
Dainty novelties in while,
net. lace and embrold n I
effects in an extensive
range of pleasing designs,
at,   each 25c
Fabric Gloves
Every    wanted    color,    also
black and   white,   li t,
lisle, silk and lace; two-
button length; perfect tit-
ting; all sizes, from, a
pair 25c  to  75c
Sunshades
No doubl you need one
Tuesday. Choose from our
wide   collection   of    *������
sniped    and     plain    I oloi -
lngs;     ladles    elzes;     up
from $1.00   to  $3.50
Special in
Feather Boas
A clearing line, in grey ami
white feather boas; many
are samples, hence the
enormous reduction; regular values to $12.50; clearing  at $1.50
White   lawn  ai
broldered,    I
and  braided
popular   pi i.
at  si
Chamois
Gloves $1.25
All   si/es    fn to i
these an   Ii ;
at the pre ���
1 "ints;        B] ii:
clasp;   a   ;��� 11 .
Children's
Sunshades Sk
Muslin    and
trimmed and ;
in  plain  and  l
fei ia;   the>   pleasi
tie ones; eacl ^
Tailored Waists |
Many exclusive ���
smart tailored
ton,  linen   and
lies    ill      plain
stripes;     bi e
showing $1-^0 to $W
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Store Open Monday Evening
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New Arrivals in
A large number of the Knights of
Pythias of both Royal and Granite
lodges were present al St. Stephen's
church lasl ntghl on the occasion of
the forty-sixth anni wsary of tbe founding of the order. L. V. Evans, deputy
grand, from Vancouver, was present,
and the Uniform rank, .under tbe command of Captain Ewart, also took H^ttie Hcllen with the .'uvenile Bos
j a::. tonians at Opera  House  May 24.
Ladies' Blouses
AND
Children's Dresses
K3TSE
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617 Columbia Street
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5 Good Corner Lots in Sapperton,!
Size 60ft. by 132ft.
Price $ 1250.    Terms, $300 Cash |
Balance to Arrange.
P. PEEBLES
New Westminster, &��� C' I
Phone   307. 620 Columbia    St.
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CITY OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Notice   to   Contractors.
Tenders are required for the laying and grading of cement sidewalks
on Tenth Avenue, Hamilton Street,
Eighth Avenue, all between Tenth and
London Street, Edinburgh Street, Dublin Street, Seventh Avenue and
Twelfth Streets; also Tenth Street be.
tween Sixth and Tenth Avenues. Plans
can   be   seen   and   specifications   ob-
Clty Hall, April 25, 1010.
talned from the City Engineer.
Tlie lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted, and any tender accepted to be conditional upon Ihe passing of the Local Improvement Bylaw.
Tenders to be accompanied by a
marked cheque for live per cent, of
the amount, of Tender and marked
"Tender for Sidewalks," and delivered
to the undersigned no< later than 5
o'clock on  May 23, 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
'GET  THE   HABIT'
SPECIAL
Ink, 2 Bottles for 5c
Mucilage, 5c Per Bottle
The Fair
640 Columbia Street.
Wc buy for cash and Bed for the same.
HEAVY   SNOWS  TIE   UP
TRAINS   IN  COLORADO
A Seasonable Appetizing Lunch for
business men is provided at the
"Royal Cafe" at exceedingly reasonable pr.es Quick and first class service. Come and bring a fiiend. Main
floor Dominion Trust block. **
Trinidad.  Colo.,  May  22,���A   heavy
snowfall   has   delayed   railroad   traffic
land threatens telephone and telegraph
j service in this section. The storm has
prevailed since noon today. Six inches
of snow Is reported In the Stonewall
mountains. The snow Is melting rapidly and the moisture means thousands of dollars to farmers and slock-
i men In this   section in  prospective
crops and grass for Block.
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* These  goods  are  the  BEST procurable iii Canada, and is a l,lca'
ure to show saiw
HOWARD   AND  LONGINE   WATCHES.
I Chamberlin's
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Ryall Foot Powder
25c per box.    Try It.
Ryall's Drug Store
EYES  TESTED   BY   OPTICIANS.
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THE DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
PORTS^
IS PUZZLE TO FANS
i;ials Remain Undecided
n Players and Positions
tor First League Game.
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Salmon   Belly  lineup  for  ihe
,  tomorrow is the question
Zling  all  tlie  lacrosse  fans
Ity,    Ii is almost certain that
; be some changes from the
I    played   lhe   lirst    t;ame   in
but just what tbey are the
'n\   ,rinses   lo   divulge.    Ti..'
. ... ui not be known Mil tlie
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it   is practically   certain
Gray will occupy Ids old
il:,. nei .    llu. hie Gifford
i   ���   ...ill aad  Sandy  was oul
i, w nights ago.
B   also   heen   out    ivuik
probable that  he will
lineup   Tbe Cup Hold, is
I i.i choose from and so
llj certain that with tlie
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... the '��� anie. The posi-
j ...   the  players  may  lie
is  generally conceded
mei   in the Rrst game   D .        ,,,,,, .   .
as    well   as   they   Balmorals   Walloped   on   Saturday   by
Edith
McClaine    with    th"    Juvenile
Bostonians at the Opera  House
May   24.
MAPLE LEAFS TO LEAD
lfi CIT\ LEAGUE BALL
Advertiser had a
would he nn changes
.   i minster   lineup,  hut
'   could not have been
:       Manager  Welsh  stated
he had nut  definitely
to play.
'ancouver  men  who  won the
Seven Runs to Five���Gam;
Worth Watching.
Was
By humbling tlie pride of the champions of the City league to the tune
of seven circles of tlie bases to five
uver  men  who  won  tho   ,,|e M on Saturd ^
e wlll again do their best iorUl0 leader8hlp ���f th��� n,y ���;.,���,..
Catliv-Ha v*a    li|..,,,a       nf       1... .-..I... 11    ...r.n
lineups   so
I illowlng   are   the
���i at present ���
tminster���Goal.   Gray   or
point.     Galbraitli    or
. ,.;.    coverpolnt,    T.    Gif-
!' ick    Mai shall:     first    de-
: ii shall     or   J.   Gifford;   sec-
fence.   .).    Gifford   or  George
Saturday's brand   of   baseball was
very fair, the hoys showing considerable Improvement    over   the earlier
games  in    Bwattlng    ability    and  all
round   catching   and     fielding.     Alex
Cuningham,  who  umpired  the game.
remained  boss until    after time  was
called.   These were the teams:
,.,.,,       Balmorals���Munn, c; Smith, p; Sin-
thud   defence    Ton.   Rennle    ^    lb   R    u Wright, ss    Stein.
e Rennle; centre Pat Feenej   3      Canfleld  lf    gmlth%'f.  bieldal
Rennle; third home. \\ .  I urn-    j
econd home. PunK Wintemute; .   '           Lcafs_Smith BU
"n""'    n    TTL"        '       Jamieson,  lb;   Roach,  2b    Hans ord
��� l ?��� SfK..    noi,,t,ss; "ansford, 3b; Manner ng, cf; Dig^
couver-Goal,   Gibbons     pout, Fletcher, if.
li; coverpolnt, Howard:  Inst de-
Clarkson; second defence, Pick-
third defence. Garvey; centre,
third home, .Matheson;  second
Murray; flrsl home, Allen; out-
Ravey;  inside. Adamson.
E,   Dltchburn of    Victoria wlll
p   the   game.     Mayor   Lee   will
1   the  hall at  :'. o'clock sharp.
large   board   announcing   tbo
���      and   their   numbers   did   not
ntlrely satisfactory at the first
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The Rojin Hoci :.'.'.:i
where
ROBIH HOOD
Is f.tado "Different**
Ever cir.c- this mi-,] vas sr-r-oi it hr.s been working
V,    at its full capacity trying to keep up to the
v^    mand for kobin Hood K >ur.
Ever sinre this flour first got into the homes
ot the West, i's sicces., has b-i-j.i nothing
short of sc.isa:io lai.
We want you to be a party ti th:s success.    Haul cr-.n ice induza y jj ?
y.     B / hi��hjst quality ?     Robi i Hood
v\    Flourhaiit. By best valjj? This
Y\     Hour g.vesit.
Th*n, Ma xm, why not you
start Uo ng it?
Ask your grocer about our
Money-back  Guarjatee.
SASKATCHEWAN
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on EMPIRE DAY, May 24. Trains
8:50 and 11 a. m.; returning, arrive
at Xew Westminster at 4:20, 6:25 and
0:30 p. m.
A delightful day at the SEASIDE.
Lots for sale at prices ranging from
$250 up. j ,  !
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628 AND 746 COLUMBIA STREET
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CURTISS EQUIPS MACHINE WITH
WATERTIGHT COMPARTMENTS
llamniondsport,  Ky..  May 'Jl'.���Glen
II. Curtiss made a flight of forty minutes this afternoon, circling the northern  end of Lake  Keuka twenty-three
times and alighting by  fleslgn on  tlie
surface of the lake in  perfect safetv.
,.   i   His aeroplane retained its equilibrium
ml   the  management   has  de- and was towed ashore uninjured. Cur-
'lavc the  names of the play-   tlss   has   ^'"I'l'ed     his   latest   model
witli watertight compartments and the
marine tests which lie has now carried out are the first ever attempted.
Mere Are A Few Snaps
W'e have for exclusive sale lot on Regina street, between First
and Second streets, only $t!50; % cash; balance in G and 12 months
at 7  per cent.
SURREY
$2,200 for 10 acres, house ai d barn; about 5 acres cleared and
under cultivation.
Also 5-acre block in Section lfi, Block 5, North Range 2 West at
$1,100 per acre. .Terms % cash; balance in 0, 12 and 18 months
at T per cent, (
See us for Columbia and 1 ront street properties. We have some
good ones.
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Contractors and
House Builders
We nave a full   line   of   the   Best
Builders  Hardware in the City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   ci   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
l their positions and numbers
Additional Locals
.ul crowd i> expected  al  tlie
tie Vancouver men are con-
Ince  winning   tlie  exhibition
nd  as  it   is the  first   time in
ia!   the  Vancouver  fans have
real   hope   that   their  bunch
take   a   game   here   they   will
come over in  hordes.
rounds have been fixed Uli and       l ���
im   the press  and  time-keep
Process of Coloring.
Realizing that a properly colored
moving picture film is far in advance
of the uncolored film, a great French
film concern lias devised means hy
which tlie tinting can he done Buccess-
;in from occupying space tbere-
players and the club officials
tl al   will   tie  allowed  to  enter
iand will be there to entertain
. lie coloring machines," says tbo
r  the press  and  time-Ke    - Mechanics,   "are  ingen-
heen erected on the easl side > ��
","Tr' lu;   irr,,;, ^*<���^*trtP8a8iongasthe8tnp
,'l""n<Hl:'i0n  'S,    "     ���     u     of picture filni!   Holes cut in the stem
, s representative, and.the correspond  to  the  parts  of
.:,,s all others are requested j �� .^ w>u,h
"   r��m "''''T,,��� Tl     ,   -1X  '" receive tbo coloring of ink or dye
ayes and the club offlcla i   ^ r. .,.   [g expecte(j ,��� glve thp fllln
, The stencil strips are run through the
machine on top of the picture  film,
I ,nd will he ��here to oiiumui , �� , ^ ^^ ^
t tators when there is nothing ;ind
| the field and the police will thrmi^h th
then   to    entertain  anyone who , I���iU.hine,;ls if ono Bolld layer. Tlle 0Ol.
K-      ....ise like a fracture of the orlng fflatter [g pu, on Ul0 film by a
V,' , ,    , ,.        ,   ���   ���.���   ' short  endless  band  of  velvet,  wbicli
I . charged at Vaneouve was ftn fe   bni8h (he soft bnish.
I to  by   some  who   went     n-, ng through tbe boles
I ' ���  and   to   prevent   any lf  ^ .^  Bt_,p  and U)wUUv.  ,ho
surface of the film.
"After the films colored by the machine are retouched by hand the re-
i suit   Is so nearly  identical   with  the
: best of natural color photography that
the  average  observer  can  not.  distinguish the difference."
J ' tion on the same score here
���<' pri . are again published. Ad-
���' o grounds, 26 cents; bleach-
lias.
���nts    and    grandstand,   60
ut   than   has  ever  been
[.' re to lacrosse fans here
!r affi   dod   by   tbe   presence   of
which will be rented oul
'��� rat
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cents for two. This
been struck upon by Par-
who will probably have it
Alerts Practice Tonight.
The Alerts baBeball players will
practice at Queens park Ibis evening.
After the exercise a meeting will be
held for the purpose of electing a captain for tho season
TIGERS  AND  HUSTLERS.
oungsters   Have   Hot   and   Exciting
1    ri sse Game at Queens Park.
1  '   Tigers and   Hustlers,   two  la-
leams  composed  of boys  been   twelve   and   sixteen   years   of
"" t  "ii  Saturday  afternoon  in  a
HUG, the Hustlers winning nut
one  goal  after   \\\o  minutes  over-
li;u!   been   played.    The   Tigers
1   handicapped    by    having  only
'"''���'> men during part of the game.
' "I'V  Sluing  refereed  and   bad
lsl<lerable   difficulty*  handling  the
Who were inclined to be rough.
"''   to  penalize  several   men on
'":l|us.   The teams were:     litis-
''.'   '������ Postell, 1). Robson, L. Uolpli,
Meredith, L. Stoddard, H. Stoddard.
,,   '""'ile, \. Forrester, W. Smith, .T.
S,'m   r.".     A'    Wilson,     Tigers-..
."' '��� r. Jackson, ,T. Martin, E.Welsh.
V Rogers   c. Woods,  D.  McWaters.
\.iuieside. ,i. Elley, J. MucDonnell
'���   McNeil,
Junior   Lacrosse   Meet
There will be a meeting of
End and Central junior lacn
after practice    In    Queens
Wednesday evening.
ing.
the
sse t
pal
West
earns
k on
1 handle every trunk as if It held
a stick of dynamite. Wm. Medley.
Call 664 nights or 421 days. **
You are going to hear Jessie Mac-
Lachlan. Secure your seats before
they are all gone.
Tlie funeral took place yesterday of
J. H. Butherby of East Delta, at the
Boundary Hay cemetery, tbe pall-bearers being John Oliver, Heibert Kirk-
land. Joseph Burr, Harry Benson.
Harry Hutchinson and John McKeen.
Deceased was eighty-seven years old
and an old-timer on tbe Delta Flats,
living for many years on tbe Trunk
road. He leaves two sons and a
widow. W. E. Fales was in charge of
the funeral, which was largely attended, nearly thirty carriages following tlie bearso. A large number of
floral tokens were placed on the cof-
fin. :. I
See Fales for Bed Lounges. Guar-*
anteed goods at prices cheaper than j
the cheapest. **
I The Sons of England held their annual church parade last night to the
Queens avenue Methodist church,
where Rev. C. W. Brown preached to
them, The church was quite full, the
members of the order and the visitors
from Vancouver being present in large
numbers. Mr. Brown gave a stirring
address, dealing mainly with the history of the British empire and tlie
part played ill its development by
Englishmen,
If there are forty people in N'ew
Westminster who want to buy a summer camp site they have an exceptional chance this week as While,
Shiles & Co. are offering forty choice
lots at White Rock for from $225 to
$360 each, on terms of $100 cash and
tlie balance in four half-yearly pay-
nients.
If You
Don't do Your Shopping
With US Today, WE
BOTH  LOSE  MONEY
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1,iL''i   winds
��� who
day  in
'Mention
morning,
Could Not Fly Back.
May 22.���On account of tbo
Count   .Inclines   De   Les-1
""used the Channel yester-
1   monoplane,  abandoned   his '
01 flying back to Calais this
A Full Line of Fresh
VEGETABLES
and FRUITS
Lettuce
5c per head
Strawberries
2 for 35c
Cabbage
5c per Ib.
Apples
4 lbs. for 25c
Radishes
2 heads for 5c
Cherries
40c per Ib.
Green Onions
2 bunches for 5c
Pine Apple
25c each
Green Peas
3 lbs.  for  25c
Bananas
30c per dozen
Large
Navel Oranges
35c per dozen
The Timberland Lumber Company,   Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Fir. Cedar and Spruce Lumber,Rough, Dressed and Kiln Dried, Dimension Timber and Shingles, Cedar Poles and Piling in any quantity.
Ask Us for Prices
Office,  Room 8, Thompson Blk. New   Westminster,   B.  C.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director
P. O. Box 953
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P.  M. dally  except Saturday, and
on Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at B. C. E. R. ticket office and on board steamer. Electric cars leave Steveston every hour lon the half-hour) for Vancouver.
See the  Famous  Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, $1.
INSURANCE
FIRE ACCIDENT LIFE
Employer's Liability,   Marine, Automobile
Live Stock
PUT that POLICY on TODAY
TOMORROW may be TOO LATE
Bud and the Buds
with the Juvenile   Bostonians  at  Opera   House   May  24.
The People's Grocer
PHONE  193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
I devote my time solely to insurance and so can give every risk
my   careful   and   prompt   attention.
My   rates   are   the   best obtainable and I write for only reliable
Canadian and  English  companies. .
Call and see me and I will be glad to give you Information and
particulars. )
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
Phone 62.     "The Insurance Man"    657 Columbia
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, MAY 23
ORDINARY paints very soon discolor and fade. ML Pure
Paints withstand sun and weather
and stay bright, because ML Pure
Pain's, besides pure lead, pure zinc
and pure oil contain a special
ingredient that ma!;cs them last
ahout twice as lon^... and better
protect any surface they cover,
indoors or out. Oilier makers
haven't found out yet just how to
use that ingredient in the rifjht
quantity and the right way. Ii you
buy paint for real service... real
economy ... real money's worth
then buy
They
right
DOMINION SENDS
PARTY NORTHWARD
IIEiffiT EOOili HAS
LEFT SALVATION ARMY
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1   !l \nj Pure
k
Engineer Crean in Charge of
Exploration Expedition to
Mackenzie River Basin.
'Free     Lance"   Preaching  to    Follow
Tvventy-four Years In Organization   of   Parent   Body.
Tenders  addrei  ed     ,  ,,,���
signed ni Ottawa In
and marked ,���. thei ;<,
lor gasoline launch I Itj
Service," will  be i i
1st  June  for   the  , ���;,'
gasoline launch  to
Detroit,   Mich.,     May   22.���Herbert
i   youngesl  son of Gen. William
Booth,   head  of  the  Salvation  Army,
I : - (athi r have come fo the parting of iii" ways.
Like l.is brother, Ballington B
!,,, !,;,:, left the organization and lias
taken up religious work along new
ln;,.,. Balllngei Booth, when he part-
i ,i with bis father, oi anl e 1 the Volunteers of America. Herbert B o
. [11 be i ngni ��� d In "free lanci" preachings  throughoul   tli i world.
given  twent) four \
,,, the upbuilding  of    (he    S
of Alb   ' ���   vi my    He annoum ��� l   his   i & i rani e
m ,i e organization al a nn   I
I   p    tors' union this -
ca    ���    tl      ;' ���   ' '
hla leaving the army, he Bald it ������
. and  thai   he did   nol
,' ,.,   .., ,���   .        it.    !'.��� denli 'l thai  ll
i    [ly nuam '
Infern d :'
re at the bottom ol  I
lon.
He desiri I to take  up ���
...   |    i.,.      id, belli ���    'Id do
��� ��� Id than  In  the
��������� my. His work I   i ��� '  ''"' "
the 'iin,     i ;  "ret Ival"   m ��� ting i,   but
throuf li   lectui
To confirm hi i denl il i ( hi   tllitiea
with the  Salvation  Armj   he po
oul thai mi mbers ot the army attended ! is lectun b,
Bul  in other quarters   it Is   Btated
Bo ith is minimizing tin   cau
A ministi r. who !s a close friend of
Booth, and a i - uch has : ained il
information n garding the matt r,    lid
today:
"The reasons thai  led Hi rberl    lo
ing with  it   a fully  equipped    Bteaoi  !p.ive the Salvation Army were much
aunch in which it will voyage down  |j|;,, ,),,, ,. ���    t re ulted In his brother,
the Athabasca  river.    It   will   go  by jBallintiton Booth, leavin
mi     s of horses to Fori Smith, which
a look at the ma;) will show Is in latl-
Ottawa, V>:r.' 22. d with the
_     .a  nol   ' i ':���   of  its
ering and power produ
sibilities, bul also ol Its farming land,
and  with a  vii vv  to       erl dning the
illity  of constructing  two    rail-
\ hi       ���..    ild   di vi '���'-'������
i ,        ees of tin   com   ry, the
hland   exploration"    branch    of
tl     Interior depa I  I " "''
-, |   ,    ., ution   rhlcl ow lefl Ed-
!. I     tO    il
���: rth of the .
atchewan.    In i lew
I ��� of    westi rn     I i i ; ig
land still unoccupied It ml
that Cai    la ci est on  her plow
bandies,      rlcultu spenkin
ti, ��� not the - ! ���
r OIIvi :. ministi r i
li .. j ���,' ]���'���. I   ��� area
trees i
I, the northei b mn
,i ���      tin      we let n pro\ Inces,
timi ago org mi ed a branch
B i ey known as the "Northland i s
p] i [i r the dire ition of   Mr.,
V    ��� .:. chii i   i   ii        her.
e exploration  part)   is in cl
of .. J. P. Crean, C.E., and as his as-
:       ts he lias William Caldwi 11 and
A. M. Beale, both qualified engineers.
Tl ������ party consists of flve white men
from Ottawa, while the remaining por-
if it will be made up of fndl ms.
From Athabasca Landing.
The party wenl  first to    Edmonton
and  from  there  has now  lefl  across
the trail to Athabasca Landing, carry-
Service ai  Prince li
lumbia,  of the  I
liieilsiolis,   Vizi ���
Length over all
Beam extreme ..
Depth amidships, ���
to  be  delivered  .
Province of Brltl I   i
Specifications  ol
lie procuri 1   upon  ,
I����� pai tmenl of  ���<
to the I
al William Head   ;
to the 16th M
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by an  ai ci pti l  i
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If Ihe Indl I
lecllnei  to i nter Inl
the  I ii partmenl
the launch.
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el   to accopl  tl
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N'ewspapi rs i
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VICTORIA   D'
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i. and will winter
of next j ear the
OF
>rown
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louses
Having purchased for cash 50 of these suits
at half regular values (these are all new
spring patterns and designs) we will clear
the entire line while this special sale lasts
for $4.50
Nov/, we had some of these patterns this
spring and sold quite a few of them. If
your friends have bought one at old price
come and secure one for $4.50
Remember, this sale only lasts for 10 cL,
Old price up to $9.00; now $4.50. Sizes
to 8 yeai
GO degr< es norl
th e. In the summei
field wlll he widened.
Wood Buffalo.
There are a number of Interesting
things connected with the expedition.
Foi Instance ii is not generally known
that 561 buffalo, no more and n i less.
I aie supposed still to exist in Canada
in the country where Mr. Crean's
party is to go. Thompson Seton saw
three: Inspector Jarvis, Superintend
em Routledge and Constable Bates ol
the Mounted Police saw others, making a total oi 59 actually seen, and
now Mr. Crean will report on them.
Proposed Railway.
Perhaps the most important object
of the expedition, however, is the In-
y< stigatlon thai will be made as to
the feasibility of building a railway
across the portage at Port Smith and
another on the chutes of the Peace
river. With these built and the Alberta and Great Waterways road construction to Fori McMurraj the v. hole
northern district would be opened, as
there is water communication from
Foi i   McM ui ray up.
Asphalt.
North of Fort Smith there are said
to be practically unlimited deposits of
tarsands. which, if devi 'oped,    would
pul    the   famous   asphalt    lake.     Lake
Trinidad, in the background.   There Is
pulp timber all over the place and the
j available water power maj  be judged
| from   the   fact   thai   in   one   place   the
Athabasca river drops 50 (eet, producing 150,000 horse power. The district
is at present Inhabited only by a few
fur traders. The Held will also embrace the coal, salt and oil country
! where the natural resources are of
Incalculable value.
Farming   Land.
An  immense area of farming  land
I will   also   be   accurately   outlined   and
'reported  upon, the nature of the soil
I! noted  and  the success of cultivation
ascertained.     Peat    deposits,   timber.
minerals, flora and fauna, watt
Ballin-,
"General Booth is a wonderful
He has accomplished gri al thini
the evangelization  of the  world,   but
he never has he  n able to 0 ntrol  hi I
own family. What many though! to he
bis despotic action In de] o Ing hi
Balllngton, from the direction of the
Salvation   Army  in   this  country,   ri
suited   in   a  hitter  family    ent!
ment.
"Mrs. William Booth, wife or the
general  acted as a family peacemaker
' Gt ii-
Influences  that  engendered  hostilltj   and
factional controversy.
"Herbert Booth was splendidly educated at the besl schools In England.
He  inherits his  fatl lfi  of  elo
Iquence and power and he Is endeavoring to aci   " : '        ��� It!     t thi   Balvn
tion Army whal he not pen
to do within It."
I        r-CLASS     FARE
THIRD  fi     I   ���    H
Tic',.' ts on sali   "
clusli e,   Good to re
ED
C. B. FOSTER,
As- i itant I hii   p
| in her lifetime.    When she 'li' d
oral   Booth  came  under familj
t\.t
Pitl
B.C. Coast SS.Saita
MUSICAL  TREAT  COMING
TO WESTMINSTER TOMORROW
Have   yen   e\er   given    n    carel
thougl ' a ; ''i !      an ount of tn
it   requin i  to  thoroughly   present   a
company   of  children   to  the   ;
fully equipped with scenic Investure,
light effectB, costumi s, etc., and to n In
the approval of the press and pnbllc
everywhere  the  Juvenile  Hi,Sicilians.
who are to appeal at the Opera hou
tomorrow evening is a fully equipped
opera   company,  having    toured    the
United   States  ami   Canada   for    the
past  tin. e ��� ��� ais and their coming al
this   time  should    be  heralded   with
much   ph a ure.     Bi be    Mason,    the
clever  comedienne   i i   the  company,
once seen will never be forj otti n. The
musical  numbers which they offer
all gems and no doubt w
the    audience.      Music    |o\
show   their     appreciation
their liberal patronage.
Princess  CI ai lotti
ver ai in a   m. dailj (
day fi r Victoi ia.
Pi Ince     Royal dailj
Print ess   Vlctorl i.   '
��� pl Mon lay, direct I
SS.   Joan   leaves   V
p. m. dailj excepl Sund
>s   Quei n   i
days  al   5  p  ,i i.  I
1
ss. Pi lni i   i Maj I
al 11 p. ia. May i, 14
ten d       ���      ��� ifti r.
SS, i ves Ki
al  8 a.  m.  Mondays, W
Frid lj -    Pe     Chilli*
l IhtlllwaoU at 7 a   -
Thui and   Satun!
p I. *
h*
FOR CK'JLLtWACK
And   Uprivcr   Lv
The  New  Stern.-. ���
S. S.  PAYSTR5 AK
lie
vers
by
are
new to
should
giving
ITALIAN   WEDS   WITH
POLICE AS   ESCORTS
r pow- 	
lers and general features of the coun-! Tacoma, .May 22.���With Detectivi
try will all, In fact, be noted, the ex-1 Brady as besl man and number of po
' poditio'i being perhaps one of the Hee officers serving as flower bearers
most Important ever sent oul from tlie'Tony Millos, a young Italian, was mar
capital  on  such a mission.
dy b.
Q
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HON.
FRANK   OLIVER
TO    VI8IT
afternoon   to a   16-yoar-old
use abduction he had heen
PROVINCE
The Wardrobe Clothier
Columbia Street
The coast will ln all llkellho 11 dur-
I Ing  the  coming  sumuu r   be   favote I
; with a vlsll from the Hon. Frank Oliver, n Inlster of tl e Intei Ior,   A Bpec
llul dispatch from Ottawa appearing in
j tho Toronto Globe .May 13 says: "Hon,
I Frank Oliver will leave for the wi st
i In the course of a week or so, and will
spend  the greater  part  of  the  sum
| mer there.    Tho ministi r  has
contamplalion  a  unique  trip    d
| the  summer   from     Edmonton   north,
through the Peace River district and]
Mackenzie river righl up to the Arctic
[ocean,  thence overland   to    Dawson,
and from there down to Prince Rupeil
and   Vancouver.    A    detachment    of
lie!    this
girl for w
rrested Thui Bdaj.
R iv. F. II. Qroo n, who had glvi t
t1 " police ii e Infoi matlon which led
t i Millos' apprehension, was to have
i' ���;formed tie ceremony, bul could
not bo found ai the las' moment, bo
the bridal pai ty ro le up to Justh e i:
M.   Card's   office   In   the   police   j atrol
wagon,
The charge agalnsl   Millos will  bo
dismissed,
Lea\ es Bi ackman-Kei
pany's wharf, New We I
p     engers and  freight  n
Leaves New Weal min ���
Thursday and Saturdaj at 8 ;
Leaves Chilliwack W< d
day am! Sunday al 7 a
First Class Passenger Ace ':"
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO.. Ltd.
New   Westminster.
White Star--Dominion
Canadian Service
I
S.S.
NEW STEAMERS
Mcntrral to Liverpool
LAURENTIC���
Triple   screw,   14.000   ton..
S.S.  MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,    14,900   tour..
largest   and   most    mode
commodation  equal  to an;
Ing  thc  Atlantic.
Ths
A:-
'   'IS
S| J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Faperhangers
and Decorators.
Bs
M&��1
2 <9* Ifft
Mounted Police will accompany him
over tlie route from Edmonton to Daw
son If he finds that he has an opportunity to take the trip."
i!
EAD   PLACE  TO LIGHT  PIPE.
Paterson  Man  Picks an Oil Tank and
Is  in   Hospital.
New    York,    May    22.���Alexander
Smith Of Paterson, X. J., after wasting
several matches in an attempt to lif. it
his pipe yesterday, went Into an oil
lank of the Public Service commission
to dodge the wind.
He Hi the match, but before the tobacco Ignited there was an explosion,
Smith was knocked down, but In a few
minutes be came to. Workmen were
throwing water on hlin when he
opened his eyes. lie was hurried off
to the General hospital, wline he will
remain for several days.
Reduced Cable Rates.
Xew York, May 22,���A re lurtlon of
Cable rates to Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Ar
gentlna, I'm. nay and Paraguay, is announced by tho Central and South America. Telegraph company, The re-
(lucid rale of fifteen cents per word
goes into effect June 1 and applies to
messages originating In Canada and
the Culled States.
WILLIAM   J.   BRYAN
OFF   FOR   EDINBURGH
John   D.   Contributes.
Tarn-town, N.Y., May I'L'.���John D.
Rockefeller today pledged $36,000 towards the erection here of u new Y.
M. C, A. building, which ls to cost
1100,000.
New York, May 22.���William Jennings Bryan was a passenger on the
White Star liner Cedrie today, With
Judge George Gray of Delaware, upon
whom die anti-Bryan Democrats tried
to centre at the Denver convention.
Mr. Bryan is on his way to the International missionary conference at
Edinburgh and Judge Gray Is en route
to Tho Hague as one of the arbitrators in the Xew Foutidland dispute.
Both the distinguished Democrats
wore chary about discussing politics
except ln the most general way.
THOUSANDS IN  PANIC
AS   CIRCUS   TENT   BURNS
Schenectady, X.Y.. May 22.���Fifteen
thousand people were thrown Into a
panic yesterday afternoon, when the
main ten of tho Barnum & Bailey circus burned, circus employees and police were on the spot almost, immediately and succeeded in getting the
frantic men, women and children safely from the hal/ing tent. One woman
was injure I, and hundreds fainted and
were carried out by the police and
firemen.
The fire is thought, to have started
from a lighted match being dropped
by a boy in the bleachers. It Btarted
on a guy rope and climbed to the celling, where it communicated with the
canvas and the entire tent was consumed In h ss than half an hour.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
For Rates and Tickets Apply l
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passeo{;er Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
NOTICE!
214   Sixth   Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER :
B. C.
LAND   ACT.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
Take notice that James Batenian,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, stonecutter, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted al
the southeast point of a small Island
lying about 10 cliains north of Nelson
island; tlience northerly, westerly,
southerly and easterly, along the
shore to the place of commencement;
containing (I acies more or Icrs.
JAMES BAT1MAN,
Applicant.
JO!IX F. BAGOS,
April  20, 11)10. Agent.
Until further notice this
bank will be open
SATURDAY EVENINGS
from seven to nine 0V!1 ck.
Royal Bank of Canada
New Westmlnstei
F. Shute, Mgr.
A Seasonable Appetizing Lint
��� business    men    ls    provided    Bl
"Royal Cafe" at exceedingly '' ���
able |ii"..es     Quick and flrsl  CUl (
1 vice.    Come nnd bring a friend
floor Dominion Trust block,
Oct the habit, smoke "Solo Sl'"''",,
cigars, Havana filled. :0NDAY, MAY 23, 1910.
THE DAILY  NEV/S.
PACE SEVEN.
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LAND REGISTRY ACT.
notice that an application has
,,.   ,���   register   Duncan   Bell
,. owner in tee simple, under
'sale Deed from B. A. Wilnrot,
to   Duncan   Bell
I,
r  of  dyfces,
mg  date  tbe   LStta  day  oi
1907, of all and singular
or  tract,   of   land
w
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ti0t>
m
the
Dos
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Ne*
Coin
D,'J
ain parce
,    situate, lying and being
.;i(.t  0i New Westminster,
iv. .��� .  c oi British Columbia,
;  ,j) ,'lv  known  and desci ill-
;- 3 RO ai les of the southeast.
|    Section   18,   Township   3,
v,,,s:  of ''.Hi  Meridian.
,',. those claiming through or
,  und  all   persons  claiming
��� in thi said land by virtue
,. 'noted  instrument, and
cl i," mg  any  interest in
��� .,< by tit-fi < nt, whose title
.������ed ".i ner tlie provisions
,i Regletry Act," are requir-
i im.. ������ ,. .i\ of the tax pur-
,, forty IU a davs from the
,   hi-i  publication of this
D  v iu   B i'l  In  default of a
,  rtlfl 'a'--  ot   iis  i mdens
. rl In sue i i criod, or tn
: m ption n. forj k -,'is ra-
i ,. c-h (f ;,< u w!H be for-
. : nnd i ebat ri d ''rom set-
i Iniin tii 0'  ia i< Bpec! of
mid  I  Rfca l    register
:   Hall  as  owner  then ���:
i  i  hei ������! y o   1 ���   thai  pub
WATER  NOTICE.
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Notice  to  Contractors.
Notice is hereby gi-. en that an application will he made under Pari V.
of the "Water Act, 1.09.' to obtain a     Tenders are    i    dred foi   ihe lav-
license,,, the Westminster Dlvisl   i of nd grading ol  ,  Bid  walks
New Westminster District. , ,   Tenth   Wenue,   Hami ton   Street,
(a) lhe name address and oi ,_ .��� ,���,,,,..��� Tl,,llh .,���,,
tion of the Applicant: Frederick W. Lorn n Street, Edinburgh Street Dub-
Smith, residing at South Wt r, un street, S renth Avenue and
P. O. address, New Westminster, B. C, Twelfth streets; also Tenth Streel be
dairyman.                                                 twt i a Sixth and Tenth Avenues. Plans
(b) The name ot the lake, stream oi can be Been and specification, ob-
source  (if unnamed, the   description      City Hall, April 25, 1910
Is):   an unnamed  spring,   situate on  talned from the City Engineer.
Subdivision 12 ot Block 2, Section 30      The lowest or any tender not nee-
Block 5, Moth  Range 2, west,  x.������.-,   essarlly accept.:!, and any tender ac-
Westminste ��� Distiict.
(c) The poini of diversion:
CONtiO NATIVES TO PAK
TAX ON AIL EXTRA WIVES
Benedicts   Who    Overdo    It    Will    Be
ted in Sum of Forty Cents
for Each Brida.
Brussels,  May  22.���A  lax on   ;   Ij
imj of 40 cenl evei    wife
the 111 ������    ; ���:.. ..    i he ri Eoi.
:;;':,';1 to be conditional upon the pass-  be  introduced Into  the  Congo i   er
the c ntre of said ; uddivision i:
i owned by .1. IT Murphy i.
td) The quantity of  wi h r apj
for  (in cubic feet per second):  Oni -
sixtieth  (1-60).
iei The character of the prop ised
works:   A pri 'ate v,;��� erv orks sj t<
through a 1-inch pi e carrii 1 fro said
Subdivision 12 ti   t,\\, ci nt's property,
which adjoin-;.
Hi The pre Ises on wl li li the wat
er  is  to  be   ��������� ibe   same):
Subdivisions '< an i i ol Block 2, Section 30, Block 5, North Range 2, west,
Xew Westn li    er Dlsti let.
(g) The pui pos i foi which the
water Is to bi ised Foi agi Icultural,
dalrj Ing ai tic.
'!, i This  :  il h ���  v.      i osti l on the
Aboul   ing of the Local Improvement  Bylaw.
V
ire tor thirty days  2nd daj of May, 1  I i, and application
Tenders to be accompanied bj a
marked cheque for five per oi,t. of
the amount of Tender an I mai ked
Ier for Sidewalks," and di li'.en d
to the undersigned no< lai r than 5
o'clock on Mav 23, 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
... wht n a lai gi  : rea w
ed to tree trade.    1 he maximum
I    id :: x wlll be re luced from  .7 to
yearly,  and  ihe   minimum  tax
will bi  . ;.   The s< ale Is to bi  n   Ised
eai   accordini   to local  condi
���   in r changi s will Improve tin   .
the natives.    The govi i nment
will treat the native i:.,- | , ected bj
munities under the  government's
rej dations   like   ordinary   white   ofll-'
Notice is hi"o;. given thai an appli- cials and pay them salaries,
(anon w"l be made wider Fart V. of ..   lfs v!ii Hi in have to supply'
the "Water Act, 1903.'   to obtain a li- labor to the eavwnmfiut, and natives
cense In the South Westminster Divi-  Wlll be compelled to work.
sion oi New Westminster District.	
ia i    The name, address and occupa- LYNCH RE-ELECTED  AS
WATER NOTICE.
-"     ��� mmyi r.m?mmi circus
V
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*\ fid*. C - JM*' ��" VW
tion  of the applicant:   J.  iT  Murphy,
occupa! lon, dulrj ing and fai ming.
i b)    The name of the lak      I ream
PRESIDENT   OF
T.   U.
piblishedin New   will bo made to tin   Commissioner on  or  source   (if  unnamed,  the  descrip-
h  li
spoils,   May    22.- James   M.
i. ���       ������>      re ��� lected president of the
le food and sufflc-  the 6th daj ol  fun , 1910, al 2:30 p.m.   U   i is):   Spring on  Lol   11, Block 2,  i,  ernatlonal Typographical Union by
,: ill   Give the names and addressi a of Lol  ! B majority of more than 8000 voti
; . ������ l  Regl try Office,  of any riparian pi   prietors or licensees      (c)    The point of diversion: At the
,-. ''���(   'nee o1' British   who or whoije laudt  are likely to bi   spring.
ith  oay of April, A.  affected by the proposed works, either
;iho\ e or below the oul let: Noi e.
i.   S. KEITH, IT W. SMITH.
I l.trlc!   Ri gistrar. , Box 536, New Westminster, B. C
anent 1, .-���������; -!';���_��� ... t. ��� ,. �� ��� ������    ������	
''I,u'r    1;'"   ���   Ltd-'   ' IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
.elshman; J. W. Hew- ���IN���
THE
DAILY
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illl     i'klLilu     KiL    v\/t [tion will be made to the commissions
on the 31sl day of May, 1910.
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move attractive trip
Lawrence up to His-
N'ext Empress Bails
For reservations and
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block       P. O. Box 644
ED. con.IT
C.P.R. Ag
nt.
Westminster
ansfer
Tboue 18b.      Barn  Thone 137
Columbia  Street.
Baggage   delivered    promptly    to
��ny  part of the cltv.
���ght and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT,
m!i The quantity of water applied
for I in cui le fi el pei bi ��� ind I; One-
eighth  cubic foot.
iei 'i'i'' c!,;iiactei of the proposed
works: Tank al spring, pipe from
lank   to   'lv, i Hini   .
i g)    The   pui post s   for   which   the
water  is  to    be    use
dairying and sto< k.
(k)    Thi3 notice was posted on the
Ilea
sinner
y
111 Give 11 e na mee and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely
to be affected by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet:
None.
J. IT MURPHY,
New West minster,
April  30,  1910.
the ' lection  hi id throughout  by the
��� Izatlon May  18.
.1. W. 11;i\ s   of    Minneapolis    was
elected secretary and treasurer.   The
following   were  elected  delegates  to
: lean   l-'eih i atlon   of  Labor:
!       '.   Morrison    of    Chicago.   Hugh
' :.   it)  of Toronto,   .Max  Hayes of
Clevt land  and T.   W.   McCollough  of
Dwellings, i ,������ aha.
. e following were named trustees
of the Union Printers' home al Colo-
i Springs, Colo: Thomas McCaf-
I :, of Colorado Springs, Walter Mc-
��� of Ni w York and T. M. Pow< II of
Mo,,,ieai. George Nichols of Baltimore was elected agent for the home.
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450 AMIMALS��$25,000 ARMOUR PRIZE SIX-HQRSE TEAM
���ii-^WH\ TO
MAN'S   LEG   AMPUTATED
ON SWIFTLY MOVING TRAIN
New
Welling
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front  St., Foot of Sixth.
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YOU NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be glad to take
your order. Then, too. a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal in year cellar at short notice. Also, out-
phone Is in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 16.
Coal procured here is crackajack coal, however secured.
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LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TAKi: NOTICE that an application
litis been made to register tlie Corpor-
1 it ion of the Township or  District of
I Sui ley as tlie owner in fee simple, un-
| d-'i  a Tax Palo Deed from the Reeve
and  C'.ork of the Corporation of the
'lowt.m ip or District of Surrey to the
! Cm p >i .u'( t   of  the  Townsliip or Dis
trict  of  Surrey,  healing  dates of the
21st  day   of  October,  A.D..   1906 and
31st  day of December, A.D.. 1901, of
all  and  singular  thai   certain  parcel
or tract  of land and premises Situate
lying and being in the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of Brlt-
Uv. Columbia, more particularly known
and described as:    Lot l ln subdivision 24 of block 1 of section 30, block
5  north,  range  2  west;   lots  8  to  IT,
inclusive, of subdivision
16, block 5, north range
Xew York. May 22.���On an improvised operating table stretched over
the tops of seats of a car on u Loug
Island railroad train. James Corwiu, of
Belmore, Long Island, lay senseless
yesterday while a surgeon amputaieu
one of his legs. \\ idle tlie operation
was being performed the train was
making a fast run to Jamacia. Corwin
was run down by tiie train at Bel-
more, and was put on board to be;
taken to a hospital at Jamacia.
A telegram was sent ahead to Rock- j
villo Celine. In response to which a
physician boarded the train at    that j
point. He saw that an immediate oper-1
alion  was  necessary,  and  while  the;
cur lun lad and pitched witli the mo-
tion of  tlie speeding train,  he  went
ahead  coolly   with  his task.    He had
completed   nls  operation    before the1
train reached Jamacia. At. the hospital I
it. was said that Corwiu bad a chance1
to n cover.
AT   10:3��   O'CLOCK   EACH   mORNSsX'G
DOUBLE HERO OF G3AHT PERF0RKSM9 ELEPMTS
���WHOLE   EARTH'S    ARENIC   MARVELS
THE FINEST HORSES S3 ll\*l WORLD
ENORMOUS SIZE-SPLENDID QUALITY
SC-AfclERiCA'S MOST COMICAL CLOWNS--30
SENSATION Of tho AfflU&EMENT WORLD
UNSURPASSED in MAGNITUDE and MERIT
Two Cos^ptete
RAIN OR SHINE, AT 2 AND 8 P. M.
Doors Open One Hour Earlier, Admitting of a Visit to the Big
���9
SELLS-FLOTO wiU Appear oa Day and Date Advertised
IN ANY CIR6US T
READY MADE FRUIT
FARMS IN KOOTENAY
Moyie, May 22.���The Canadian Pacific railway, always enterprising, wil
shortly be turning out "ready made"
titiit (arms in Hootenay, borne moutns
ago this company acquired two large
of section I u acts ol land Bpeciaii) adapted Eor
west;  lots  sub-division into orchard sites.   Since
li'fffiri
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion 8treet
SEATTLE
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GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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NEW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor ��
iRKS���Corner  Eleventh   and Carline. PHONE 473     *
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Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
15 to 21, Inclusive, block 14 oi' southeast quarter section 4, townsliip 9;
lots 5,6, and 7. in subdivision 2'.'. of
section 16, block 5, north range 2,
west; lots 22 and 23, in subdivision
23 of section 10, block 5. north range
2, west; kits 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 6, 7, 8, 11,
12, block 4 of lot 3S7A, group 2; lots
. to ti .inclusive, block 14 of southeast quarter section 4, township 9;
I lot 5, block 3 of lot 3S7A, group 2;
j lot 38, block 2 of lot 387A, group 2;
I lots 21, 22, block 3 of southeast quarter soction 4, townsliip 9; lots IS, 10,
block 2 of southeast quarter section
j 4, township 9; lot 22, b!ock IG of
! southeast quarter section 4. townsliip
19, map 519; lot 23, block lfi of smith-
I east quarter section 4 township 9.
Vou and thos<�� claiming through or
! under  you  and  all  persons  claiming
' any  Interest in the said land by  virtue  of  any   unregistered   instrument,
and all persons claiming any Interest
in   the   said   land   hy   descent,  whoso
J I title  is not registered  under tlie propulsions of  tlie  "Land  Registry  Act."
_  are required to contest tho claim of
* the   tax   purchaser   within   forty-five
* days trom the day of the llrst pub-
fllicatlon of this notice upon you. and
* in   default   of   a  caveat   or  certificate
that dale a good force of men has
been employed ou both blocks clearing, slumping and planting trees. Both
Uie tracts are in Bast Kootenay, one
being located at Yalik and the oilier
at Curzon Junction, west of here. It
is the Intention of the railway company to dispose of its holdings In 10
and 20 acre blocks to bona lido settlers in the near future. This will
make it possible for immigrants and
others to purchase cleared, planted
and cultivated land at a comparatively
little higher price than is now paiu for
wild land. Tbe project so far as the
company is concerned, has for Its object the encouraging of new settlers
rather than a profit seeking enterprise. The proposal will probably result in the introducing of many new
settlers to this district.
of lis pendens being filed within Buch
period, or in default of redemption
before registration, you and each of
vou Will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to
or in  respect of the said land, and I
OPINIONS  FROM  SWEDEN.
Telephone Trunk Lines Should Belong
To  Government.
Toronto.   May   22.���Axel     Ilultman,
director   of   state   telephones,   Stockholm,  Sweden,  and   Herman   Ollflon,
engineer of the central administration
are here by authority of Herman lty-
lin,   director-general   of     tlie     Royal
Swedish telephone department, for the
[-purpose of examining the automatic
telephone system  installed at   Peterborough, Brantford and elsewhere.
Mr.   ilultman   did   not   think     that
RATES:
Room  $1   pir  day  up.
Room  and  board   .2.50 per day up.
Room  with  bath  $2.50 per  day  up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water, steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Tins meets all trains and boats
The Daily News will be Kept on Ale
In our reading room.
rA.HI.r.VOV   atl.niruT   Mr-
U Kirk's Hardware
Vou can get Hammocks and Refrigerators, Screen Doors and Screen
Windows, Lawn Mowers and Sprinklers, Sreen Wire Enamelled. Rubber
Hose and Cotton Hose.
Sherwin-Williams  Paints.
"Ladies' Aid"  Range.
H. T. KIRK
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Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
urns
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645  COLUMBIA STREET.
shall register Tlie Corporation of the   there was  much   to  he  learned  from,
iTownship   or   District   of   Surrey   as Lj^  1}e,| gySltMn  jM Toronto,  and  the
owner thereof in fee.   And I hereby IrajeB )ie mentioned as prevailing in
i order  that   publication  of  tills notice I gweden under government ownership'
| for thirty days in a daily newspaper I ffiay |uake an impression on the On-,
published  In  New  Westminster will  tar[0 government
'be good and sufficient sorvice thereof.
I     Dated  at the  Land  Registry Ollice,
New Westminster, Province of British l^cided opinion.   In Sweden the trunk
"Tho government ought  to operate
trunk lines," Mr. Ilultman gave as his
Columbia, this 29th day of March, A.
D��� 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To David Miller, William A. McCal-
lam, Angus Mclnnes, T. O. Stark, William Davis. Henry Fraser. Henry
Kells. Harold Ponsford, Aden Spiors,
George Stone, Robert Hyness, Margaret C. Cooper, John Roberts, Richard
Hosking, Hugh T. Crossley, John E.
Hunter.
Hues belong to the government.
STEEL CARS FOR
CANADIAN   GRAIN
Chicago. May 22.���Orders have been
placed by the Grand Trunk road with
a Chicago concern for 2,000 steel cars.
Tho new  ears  will  be til),000  pounds
capacity   and   will   cost  about   $1,000
each,   making  a  total  expenditure  of
$2,000,000. Included In tbe order Is one
for   500     special     automobile     ears.
These are Of unusual size, with end
and side doors allowing tho shipment
of the largest touring machines. This
The hours during which water may  road   touches   Detroit,   Lansing     and
be used for Irrigation In the city have  other   cities   in   Michigan   whore   are
been extended to from 6:30 p. m. un- located large automobile factories,
til 8;30 p- m. until further notice. Another   part   of   the  scheme    pro-
By order vldes for a number of steel frame box-
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.      cars to curry the wheat crop of west-
City Hall, May 18, 1910. ern Canada.
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
���Hours  for   Irrigation���
Maybe You Have
^^���������������������������������������������������������������������iBe
Noticed
raaHBBanM
That we are offering some Cheap
Buys in Sapperton
We have Lots on Buchanan street,
Hospital street, and Blair Avenue.
From $425.00 to ��525.00 and' only
$25.00 to handle them.
Also a Splendid Corner on Brunette St.
66ft. Lot with 6 room house (2 yrs. old)
Price is Low, Terms Easy.
35
The Craig Realty Co
Room  8,  Thomson   Block. Phone  629
New Westmister, B. C. f��SR
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All   Sizes   and   Prices
Call and  See Our Stock
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COLUMBIA STREET.
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The Westminster Modern
Business School
A business education should be purchased once; therefore you wan to be
practically instructed in tiie branches
which are used in every day business
life, and at a minimum cost. Not only
do our students get the best to be
obtained but also the benefits of our
efforts  in  securing  positions.
REMEMBER, WE ARE OPEN FOR
DAY SESSIONS THE ENTIRE YEAR.
Owing to tomorrow being a legal
holiday there will be no issue of The
Daily News.
Remember the trip to Chilliwack on
Tuesday morning on the Paystreak.
Tickets at Ryall's. **
Jessie   MacLachlan   concert,  Opera
ouse,  May  25.    Bos  plans opens at
Tidy's    Saturday   morning;    adt   nee
iki ts on Thursday.
The steamer Pi ;��� stn ak of the R ij 1
City Navigation company is running
an excursion to Chilliwack on th ��� holiday.
The proper place to dine Is at the
"... emian Cafe. Depol Hoti I block.
The best of everything.
.1. ('. Shields of Savona, presftit nl
the   Indej endenl     Luml   i    i i opany,
was a \ Isitor i.i the cl j  yesti rd iy.
S itith     Westminster    propi ity
mdled by Hale Bros, an l Ki nni iy,
1 Ltd.    Call in and see them, nn l thoj
will put before you sonic good things.
The  city  schools    are  open   today.
! Friday was   observed    as   a   day of
j mourning and tomorrow will be a holiday.    In  Vancouver and other places
the children were not asked to come
back  for  Monday.
To   Fun
Fales.
ish   an  Office,   see
W.   E.
��*
A. L. BOUCK,
610    Columbia    St.
Principal.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'jes Tor Ladk-s from |12./5
up.
Silver Watches, gents open face
|6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case.
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
Simmers' "Toronto Parks"
Lawn Grass
Seed
is the Best. What
is the sense of sowing inferior seed
We protect our customers by destroying all old seed.
Spectacles 50 cents up
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR  KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
You are sure to spend a lovely day
on Tuesday if you take in the Paystreak  Chilliwack   excursion.        **
The Russell Hotel on Carnarvon
street, has changed bands, tlie names
of the purchaser being withheld for
the present. The price is understood
to be in the neighborhood of $125,OU0
and the deal was put through by F. J.
Hart ii Co. J. J. Kelley will continue
in the position of manager under tlie
new owners, who take possession today.
The Oliver Typewriter Agency at
74'! Columbia stieet is being constantly asked for stenographers. You
can learn the Oliver at home. Seventeen cents a day pays for it. See Hoi-
ton E. Sands and ask him to tell you
all about it. **
Spring is here���bow about those
plants for tlie gardten? Tidy, tiie
Florist, can suit you to a T in anything in that line. **
F. J. Lynch returned on Saturday
from Prince Rupert, wtiere he presided at tlie opening of a new Aerie
of tlie Fraternal Order of Eagles.
Delicious food and pleasant surroundings, combined with perfect service are the essential points we rely
upon to make our dining room the
most popular in the city. Dine at
tlie Central Hotel Cafe today. **
The new Lutheran church on the
south side of tlie river was dedicated
yesterday in tlie presence of a num*
ber of Lutheran ministers and a large
congregation.
Tlie Bohemian Cafe will in future
be open all night. Special arrangements for private parties. **
For   Geraniums,   Dahlias   and    all
kinds of Spring Bedding Plants p!
Davis' Greenhouse, It 208.
There will be dancing on t he Paystreak   on   Tuesday's    trip  to  Chilli-
'..   ' .   'i'i ike s at Ryall's, $1.00.   **
Archie Barnes Is seriously ill al
thi R.oj: I Col iml Ian hospital. 11"
Is stfCfi Ins from typhoid fever and
pneumonia.
Anything in our line 10 to 20 per
cent,  saved  for you.    Fales.        **
Delightful food thai simply compels
the appetite to call for more and more.
"The memory lingers, long after the
silver jingles" In payment, Tlie Central Hotel (,'afe. Try our meals to-
j day.    Open day and night. **
I
Tlie regular monthly meeting of the '
W. C. T. V. will lie held in tlie school
room of Queens avenue church this
afternoon at 3 o'clock, when a large
attendance is desired, as plans for tlie i
British Columbia convention to be
held here on June 21, 22 and 23 will
be discussed. About one hundred outside delegates from all parts of the
province are expected to attend, and
preparations must be made for their
billeting as early as possible.
I
The Northern Crown Bank beg to
announce that they will be open on
Saturday evenings from 7 till 9
o'clock. **
A  store tilled with ways and means to aid yen In a lving the problem   of   whal   to
Holiday brings seme extra demands.    Small or large wants ca,.fully   and   though.;
ghop early as late shopping  is liard on all the members ol I
Until   further  notice   the  Bank   of
(Montreal,   New   Westminster,   wiil   be
open  for business Saturday evenings
| from 7 to 9 o'clock. ���*
The aroma of
is delicious:  try
'Solo Special'
tbem.
cil
ars
**
There will be a big celebration at
Hope tomorrow, when baseball and
lacrosse matches, foot and horse races,
Indian canoe races and a tug-of-war
wil] lie some of the features. A dance
at the Coquahalla hotel will bring the
festivities to a close in the evening.
Jessie Maclachlan concert, Opera
house, May 25. See box plan at Tidy's
florist shop and secure tickets.       **
After the close of the criminal court
proceedings this week the civil case
of F. Carty vs. the Britisli Columbia
Electric will be heard before a jury.
This case is an echo of the Lakeview
accident last fall, where Mr. Carty
was injured. No damages are stated,
this being left for the jury to assess.
The local Lady Maccabee delegates
] who went to Victoria to attend a con-
| vention last week, returned yesterday
i with one exception.  The ladies are enthusiastic  over  tlie   lectures  and   addresses of Miss Bina M. West, who is
: to speak  here on "Hard Facts  Made
Attractive" In the I. O. O. F. hall tiiis
: evening.   Miss West's talk will be preceded by a short and attractive pro-
; gram.
i
For spring plants or cut flowers,
plione Davies' Greenhouse. R20S.      **
Have that cup of "Tea" at tlie
"Royal." We are now in our new
place, a nice, quiet cool place to have
Ice Cream and Cake. All our Fresh
| Crushed Fruits are in. Step in on
your way down town today. The
Royal Cafe. **
Robert Stevenson has been ordered
to vacate his premises. (I:::! Columbia
sine!, and has decided to clear out
the remainder of his shoe stock at to- ;
duced prices before the end of this
montli. Mr. Stevenson will go Into
the real estate business in Vancou-'
ver.
Some men transfer their affections
but I transfer baggage, express and
household goods. Call 664 days or 421 ,
nights.     Wm.  Medley. **
A payment of $25 procures a lot in
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
& Kennedy, Ltd. These lots are In
great demand. **
The death of Mrs. Barbara Johnston
occurred on Saturday at her residence, Knights of Pythias block, after
a short illness. Deceased was about
thirty-eight years of age and a native
of Scotland, coming to N'ew Westminster about three years ago. The
funeral will be on Tuesday morning
to the Oddfellows cemetery, W. E.
Pales being In charge of the arrangements.
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Model Bakery
H. C. Mark & Sons
Cor. Fouith Ave. and Second St.
Our bakery staff consists of
our expert, Fred J. Mark, assisted by Peter Miller, of Glasgow,
who is an expert from good old
Scotland.    Phone  435.
COME AND
SEE US
In  Our New Quarters in the
DEANE BLOCK
Four   Doors   East   of   Hank   of
Montreal
We Have Just Received a Fresh
Stock of Popham's Chocolates
T. A. KUiR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Columbia St.   New Westminster.
B9 '
10 Acres extra good land, 3
acres cleared; seven roomed
house, bath and pantry, hot
and cold water. One mile
from electric tram. Price
$3500. Terms, $500, balance
easy terms.
APPLY TO
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
Another Shipment oi
Womens Blouses
Wo liave experienced considerable delay in obtaining pro '
delivery of many lines of our blouses. Factories are all working overtime to catch up with their orders. We we.e Indeed
glad to see arrive this shipment of wliich we now speak. It i retains a splendid showing of white and colored waists In tailored
styles with white collars, and a few styles fancy in design s'.hcv-
ing new yokes and collars of Malte.-c lace and tine Insert! n
Special   showing   for   Saturday and Monday; each, 85c to $3.50.
Holiday Hosiery
50c   per Pair.
A complete range of popular colors in flne lisle, plain or lace.
At this price wo show many shades of Mauve, Old Rose, Pink,
Sky, Champagne, Oxblood, Grey, Wisteria, Tan. and Black and
White. To make the special showing more than usuallj attractive we have placed on sale many mid lines of wl i :b onlj 01 e ir
two pairs of a Btyle remain, Regular values ranging from 65c to .1
per pair. Sizes ^'_. 9 and 9^4 Inches. All one price Saturd j
Monday.    On display centre table.     Per   pair,   .'
A New Shipmenl ol
Waskatle
Neckwear
Better  valui b thai
api art nt   in   the  n  ..
Jusi in for our holid
Among the newt it
be mentioned  the
Dutch    collars.    Ince
Dutch     collars,
ji t. 'is.     15   dozen   11
DOW    being    shown;    i .-
35c, 50c and 75c.
New Nets
for Yokes
Something   entirt
bowing  "i   I ��� ���
lit tS.       A    Special    !���
design of each pit i -
with   washable   boui
in coloi s to mati I
i lata    BO   popular    i'
per yard, 85c to  .3.
and
Fine Lisle Gl
35c   per   P
Cool     and     i    ���
i! i .ie   flne   sheer   Li
tm   summer  o I i
wear.   These glo\ ���
una easing  deman :
tenei
Ing���little point- ol
the   selection   of
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THE STORE EOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL, QUEBEC
ESTABLISHED 1864
Capital Paid Up���$6,000,000
Reserve Funds���$4,600,000
Total Assets (over)$66,000,000
This Institution is ore of the oldest, largest, and beat-known Hanks doing business in Canada.
Having 14a Branches fr >ni Quebec to Victoria and most satisfactory arrangements al ail other
points,   it   has   exceplioi.al   collecting and   exchange   facilities.   	
A  GENERAL   BANKING   BUSINESS  TRANSACTED. fcffiV,
Savings Bank Department
We give special attention to Savings Accounts. You may start an account with $1.00. Interest
allowed at highest bank rale, and added twice a year without application or presentation rl
pass book. No delay in withdrawals. Two or more persons may open a. joint account, and "i1'1
draw  it.  by   Individual   cheque,
OPEN SATURDAY EVENING 7 TO 9 O'CLOCK
For the convenience of our customers and to give the woil^ng man an opportunity of d 'positing
his   savings,  Uils   ofiice   will   be open   for   business  on   Satu day evenings from  7  to 9 o'cl ick.
We will be glad to have  tlie   public  call  and  inspect  our   new ollice.
New Westminster Branch
H. C. Adams, Manager
ADVERTISE  IN THE  DAILY  NEWS

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