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Ocean Park
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
tri Ul
OR!,*
Camping
'.'WHITE   ROCK," THE   PLACE
WHITE, SMILES*    CO.
NEW   WESTMINS #
ME -,, NUMBER 9E
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. ('. TUESDAY  MORNING, MAY  10, 1911
MIGHT PACKS.
PRICE  Fl v^   'FNTS.
t\ TAKES HIS LITE
IN BURNABY SHACK
TH[ DEAD       City Council Passes Resolution
FROM RIIINfl) (ITY ��^ Condolence on Death of King
���edy of Several Days Ago
[scovered Last Night-
btim an Australian.
rooni bi pattered with blood,
v,ldence ... the tragedy .within.
,omp08ing body of Hugh Me-
found   yesterday  after
Over a  Thousand   Corpses
Already Found at Cartago
-Seismic Shocks Continue
San Jose, Costa Rica, May 9,���More
'than l. i dead have been taken from
the  ruins of Cartago.
No one is allowed  within the precincts of the devastated  city  except
J
Met
birth,
few mo
piece ot
Brown,
store,
himself
was    iuuuu    .��� ���. ,    	
Burnaby by George Matyear,  the Red Cross workers and gangs of
win- looked soldiers and  volunteers employed  in
clearing  away  the  debris,  removing
the  bodies and  dynamiting the  dangerous buildings.
Rushing  Food  Supplies.
Most of the survivors of tin- earthquake are now at San Jose.   Medicine
and food supplies from the warships
being  rushed  from   Port  Limon.
^^^^^Jleeeased
a  friendly  chat.    McDermot's
was cut   from  ear   to   ear.   the
,y   wound   being   evident ly   s li
Id.
Was   Making   a   Home,
ii mot   was   aii   Australian   by
:omlng  to  this district   only  a
mtlis   ago,   when   he   bought   a
land in  Burnaby  from P.  B.
not   far  from  George   Leafs
[ere he set to work to build
^^^^^ a  house,   flrsl  putting
temporal ������
home tic .i.i       lead.-.
up   a
in  until  his
le was mak-
lagMfod |,.o: re     with the house, and
When    la ' ' !l    ���>'''"���.    ���"'���������'    <"���    live
dayi ar        ���    ,:' '";��� -"ire carpentering We,     ,;i " n.d   : :,e   building.
Had   Few   Friends.
pg been in Burnaby but a short
iDermot   did  not  have  many
,te friends, and bis absence wus
ed  for a  few  days.     Shortly
five o'clock yesterday afternoon
e  Matyear went over to call on
J-mot.
(iliii.   the door of the shack partly
Matyear  stepped   inside,   where
oiled  with horror al  tbe grue-
slghl   which   met   his   horrified
Blood   was  splattered  over the
lure and carpet, while on the bed
fl. id form of what had once been
told the sad story of a tragic
.   . :,i  end.
Razor Severed  Silver Cord.
it
still
that
be
and
but   the condition of those  who
remain  around   lhe  city   is  such
extraordinary     measures     must
taken    to    provide    assistance
shelter for tbem.
Tremors Continue.
Even In San Jose most of the residents are living in tents and wooden
structures, fearing to occupy their
homes as the earth tremors still continue,
No   living   person   has   been   taken !
from the ruins  in  the  last two days
and  although  a  thousand  dead  have
been removed, it ia known that there
are still  many beeath the debris.
Hungry   and   Helpless.
Owing  to  the  general   feeling   of j
panic   the   various   organizations   en-i
gaged  in  the  work  find  it  impossible,
to reach them all.    Many of the survivors are still hungry and helpless.
lt is reported that American ma-!
rines will be sent to Cartago and '
there Is great need of their presence.   |
Mexico has contributed a large sum
of money to aid the victims and contributions are coining in from other
sources.
      <*-'*rrr~r'**VT��- ������gii��g-j�����g^Tiirr nrrtrxtxi���srt
"Whereas, it has pleased Almighty Cod to take unto Himself our
beloved Sovereign, King Edward  VIL;
"And, whereas, llis Majesty during his reign .has always shown
the greatest care and solicitude for the welfare of his people In all
parts of the Empire and lias exercised his great influence anion-; the
nations towards the accomplishment of peace and good will among
men:
"And, whereas, in common with all llis Majesty's loyal subjects
throughout the Empire over which he so wisely ruled, we are movi ll
wiili dee]) grief aad realize the great loss which we have so suddenly sustained; i
"Therefore, be it resolved: Thai this Council, for itself and as
representing the people of New Westminster, in all love and loyalty tenders most respectfully its heartfelt sympathy to all the inem-
bers of the Royal Family, and orders that the City lla.ll be draped
in mourning and that His Worship tho .Mayor make a proclamation
appointing Friday, the 20th inst., to be observed as a solemn day
of mourning throughout the city, and that this Council as a further
marl, of res; eet, do now adjourn."
SUMMER RESORT IS
UNDER LOCAL CONTROL
White, Shiles & Co. Secure
Handling of Splendid
Camping Property.
'-4
r\.
��NG GEORGE V. \
FORMALLY PROOfii��
Pomp and Ceremony Attend
Important Event ��� Funeral
of Dead Ruler on May 20���
i
The  above
luiion  passed
is  tlie   text  of  a  ieso-   being
at   a  short meeting of, business
An   important   deal   in   connection      London,   May   9.���King   George  V..
'deal    in   connection    with    the    well   was   formally   proclaimed   King   am*
known   summer   resort    property   of   Emperor at   nine  o'clock   this   mora-
White   Hock   was consummated   last Ing- l'he pomp of mediaeval ceremony
" week, when Messrs. White, Shiles & I was adhered to and the trappings of
Co., of  this city, secured  control of | Uie high officers of the kingdom who.
the   original   White   Hock   townsite,   carried  out the ceremony contrast***
: which has been held for man,- years  in a  vivid manner  with  the sombre
ibv the John Hendry Interests.     Tlie   klack  and  purple  in   which   the  city
! property possesses over half a mile of   is draued in memory of the late kiiiR..
I seafront,    the    beach    and    foreshore I     Seven   thousand   troops   and   thou-
rlghts going with the purchase being   s;iIld�� of police lined the route from
: almost  the only piece of property on   St- James palace, where the pioclama.-
I the Semiamo bay to which tne tore-1 Uon was lirst read, to the Royal en-
shore lights are not held by the Great j change.
: .Northern railway. Only last week1 As 1J'g Rfn struck nine a fanfare
| tho supreme court of British Colum- of trumpets sounded and the Garter
I bia threw out the appeal of the rail- 'Klr>g  at-  Arms advanced  in   front  oi
 way company against the order made   Uie red-draped  balcony  of  St. James
eld over with the rest of the   in favor of the owners of the White   paiace and in a  loud  voice  read the
lt w
the council last night.
At the benglnnlng of the meeting
Mayor Lee announced that everything
except urgent business would be dispensed with owing to tlie death of
the king. The minutes of the last
meeting were not read and only one
communication was considered. This
wus from the International Contract
company, stating that they had finished the work on the Lulu island
bridge and asking for a payment of
3,000,   which   is due   them.    On   the
over with the rest of the   in  tavor ot tne owners oi uie  wmio   ���  ���-  .���'"-. .z~_
will come up at the next   Hock townsite compelling the G. N, R. ^proclamation, ending by calling   Go*
���ting of  the council. to   give   proper   crossings   where   Its   Save  the  King. '
  .'.,..,.. _���_   ivi.  ���,,.      I Plans  for  the   Funeral.
Tentative plans provide for the fit-
of   right-of-way traverses this property,
at I     White Hock, as most New Westmin.
regular  met ^^^^^^^^^
An  account  of  $169.40  in  favoi
Swan   Lundin   for   ditching   done   at i     iriwe nua, u uiu�� nc.   ""lm"'-1 _���:..;,"-"���"\.~* .���.  .',. u���. L-ine-imm raU
t     i      ,   i        , i    a. ���, ���.      ....u.,,   b-n.m.    ic   citnnrcwl   nn   lem -i run ' nei ill  Oil   AlilV   -U,  anil   nUCK.ingllU.Ul  p��il-
Lulu island was passed for payment, .steiites know, is situated on bemiamo *
An  estimate  of   $13,122.12   for  the   bay, less than an hour's run on the ' act wi 11 1 elthe sc en   of the hirat part
.        ,     .���     ti -o���..i������  r-   v   i)   tv.-,��� tiiia citv    it i�� finp of  oi me ceremonial, tne lying m state.-
work   done   bv   the   Hassam   Pa ing  G  N. R. from th is ^'^^p���   subsequently   the   body   will   be  re-
companv   was  also   passed    for   pay-.the finest su.nmei   lesous o.i me ra ,
cific coast, having a stretcli of clean
firm sandy boach several miles long.
The salt water coming In over the
heated sands on a summer day resembles an artificially heated bath,
making the bathing ideal and safe for
young and old. The view from shore
Mount Baker
RICH  YIELD OF COPPER.
rovincial   Constable   Wllkie   b.   C  Copper Company   Had  Splendid
once   notified.    An   investtga- I Returns  During  March.
9.���Particularly
id
Ibv  the  police  revealed   the  fact |
throat   was cut  from ear to
ilood-rusted razor being found
- ed.    McDei mot, who was un-
hail   evidently   lain   on   ids
ie   after   cutting   bis  throat,
: spurting over the room from
ing wound.   Shortly before lie
turned over on his left side,
there  was   very   little   bloou.
- . at h    Mel h-i moi 'a   head   was
ii   quantity   of   woman's   hair.
In   color,   and    pi I suiuably   a
tal token.
Money in the  Shack.
in the shack had been ilis-
\bout $Ko in cash was found
. kets Of the clothes last
tho deceased and in an im-
cash box.
Had Been Depressed.
: from a sister in Mi lhourne,
. w as lying on a table.   From
- il the communication, which
i ��� ply to one oi McDermot's let-
was apparent   the   hitler  was
i tic frame ot mind when
d lasl   written to his old home.
m  for  bis depression  is
ment.
,    Alderman  Jardine,   in   reference  to
Ithe objections made hy Auditor Cotsworth  to  some statements    he    had
made at  last   week's  meeting  of the
>o,uvu,   winvu  i= u..���   .........    _.-    -     council, said that he had been misin-
reeommendation of tbe board of works j formed   about   the   changes     to    the   ���___., _._.
the account was ordered paid. j books.    He  had  hud  no  intention  of ! or sea is magnificent.
An  account of $1,001) for plumbing | casting  reflections   on   the  ability  of'*'       '     **-*-��--
done at  the Central school  was  also  the auditor and regretted that the in-
passed   for   payment. cident had occurred.
The clerk was authorized to draw | Alderman Smith, chairman of the
a cheque for Sinn.75 In favor nt A. O. I health committee, asked for the instal-
Powell for his services in connection latton of a telephone in the residence
'"" of S. J. Pearce, the health inspector,
and he was authorized to have this
attended  to.
The meeting was over by nine
o'clock, but the aldermen held a committee meeting afterwards to. discuss
some matters which had to be attended to at once.
moved to Westminster hall, where the-
general body of subjects will be afforded an opportunity to pay the last
tribute of respect to their late moa-
arch's memory.
King Will Follow Body.
The   dead   king   will   be   conveyed
from   Buckingham   palace   on   a   sur&
with the arbitration proceedings hetween tlie city and Hermon k Burwell over the charges made by tbe
latter firm for their services on the
Coquitlam pipe line. Mayor Lee announced that Hermon it Burwell
would pay one-half the amount. The
report of the arbitrer was not read,
Nelson.  May  9.���Particularly  gratifying returns for the month of March
are  given  out   by   the   British  Columbia   Copper   company.     During   that
month   ibe   production   amounted   to
811,419 pounds ol copper. 2,623 minces;
of gold anil 9,191 ounces of silver. Tills i
is an Increase i" the red metal of over i
200,000  ponds   in excess  of  January
or February
There wis also a material increase
in the hi-ber values, the silver being
aboul twenty per cent, and that of
Kold five per cent.
  .11     UUI\IT 1 ,   .  -~ ^^^^_
Mount Rainier and the Olympics carriage to the railroad station for
all stand out boldly on a clear day, transportation to Windsor,
while near at hand Point Roberts and I' The royal coffin probably will bathe town of Blaine are to be seen j draped in English flags. On the casket,
with a broad sweep of the island dot- ��� will lie the royal crown, the loyal
ted Gulf of Georgia between. At j robes and the sceptre. King George,
night   the   lights   of   Blaine,   and   of ! on   horseback,   will   follow  the   caia-
!falque.     He  will   be  accompanied  by
the visiting royalties.
Queen May, the Dowager Queer*
Alexandra and other royal ladies will
follow the funeral train in carriages.
The body will be taken to Windsor
castle on a special train.   It  will  be��
APPEAL  TO   REASON   EDITOR
CONVICTED OF  MISUSING  MAILS
St. Paul. May 9.���Frerl I). Warren,
editor of The Appeal to Reason, of
Ciirard. Kansas. | leaded his own case
in the l'nited States circuit coun of
appeals here today, Mr. Warren was
convicted of sending defamatory language  through  the   mails.
MAN I01JX8 IN SLOUGH
IDENTIFIED AS R. BUNYON
the l'nited States and Canadian light
houses are plainly visible; also the
searchlights of the Sound steameis
running to Seattle.
The  Great  Northern  railway  gives
a  convenient   service   of   four   trains
daily  each  way  between  N'ew  West-      ._ _ _.	
minster, Vancouver and White Rock . carried to the Albert Memorial chapel.,
and bave undertaken to issue fwcifll the royal mourners following on foot-
campers' rate this summer. By. SuS- The body will remain in the crypt ot
quiring this desiiab.e e ...j.i. v�� ii . the chapel awaiting burial in the mau-
Shiles & Co. have secured a firm hold soleum, which will take place within
ii-rinrrT iirrnirn trilirvlupon summer resort property ftear a few days after its arrival.
��� ti   riTiimm   rr\r\-n-rf\r>' \NrT  .      \h .llAl.ll   VAI I M   New   Westminster,   they   having   pre-I Quebec  Ministers Sworn.
IN  FATHFR K FHflKTFP^        IWOrLUI   WHlUAWI   mLLI   viously   Becured   Rn   extPnsiveVece|    Quebec, May a.-Sir Alphone Pelte-
lli   InilSLli  J   luU IJILI J   of seafrontage at  Ocean  Park. Bonn-   tier,   lieutenant  governor,   this morn-
j dary bay, situated on perhaps the ing took the oath of allegiance under
to I most beautiful promontory in South- King George V. He was sworn by
|ern British Columbia and adjoining Frances Langelier, chief justice of the
the "Chautauqua Park" property in province. Sir Lomer Gouin and Hou
which so many Vancouver people have
lately been securing summer cottage
sites. This latter property is being
elaborately   laid   out   and   developed
WILL TRY 10 FOLLOW  IM��� buyers start to
i
King George Declares His
Purpose in Formally Accepting Throne of England
Seventeen   to   go    From    Ashcroft
Take up Lands for Colonization
Purposes.
Victoria, May 9.-
managing director
-W, A. Lewthwalte
of    the
Nechaco  and will be the scene of much activity
Religious In Disposition.
i-iniot  was of a studious dispo  . .
rather religiously  Inclined,  In  inquest Returns a Verdict of Acclden-
em  were  a  number  of   works i
wiili Scriptural matters, books
t-  . nee  on the   New   Testament
[hulled   subjects.
dy was brought  Into the city
Ight   an.l  now  lies  al   Murchie's
Eking  pallors.    An  iiii|iiest   will
.d today.
tal   Death���Deceased   Had   No
Known  Relatives.
London, May 9.��� Tbe following is
the text of King George's speech Saturday, in accepting the throne and
declaring his purposes as the English monarch:
"My    Lords    and    Gentlemen���My
heart   is  too  full   for  me  to address
you today in more than a few words.
"It   is   my   sorfowful   duty   to   an-
I nounce to you and to the nation tbe
'death   of   my   dearly   beloved   father,
your  king.     In   the   Irreparable   loss
I wliich   has  suddenly   fallen   upon   me
'and   the   whole  Empire,  1  am  comforted in the feeling that I have the
sympathy  of  all   my   future  subjects.
who I know will mourn with me for
their   beloved   sovereign   whose   own
true happiness was found in promot
ing   and   sharing   th.
others.
during tbe coming months. Owln1
'mainly to the ffeorts of A. E.
White, both Ocean Park and White
Rock will receive the benefit of special train service facilities and holiday
rates this  summer.
Valley Land company, a subsidiary
concern of a big Winnipeg iind St.
Paul colonization company wbicli set-
tled 700,000 acres in the prairie country iu 1904-5-6, left this morning for
Ashcroft to meet a number of parties
oi buyers from many parts of the
North American continent and pilot
tbem into tlie Nechaco Valley to look
over lands which they are expected to
purchase for colonization  purposes.
The parties will travel from Ashcroft in two special stages secured for
the   trip.     They   will   include   11.   W.
Gundy, of Des Moines;   E. J. Heath, . ^^^^
of Minneapolis;   Angus  McGulgan, of   Boat Was Delayed Because of Dcser-
S'. Thomas, Ontario;  N. T. McMillan,
DUC D'AMULE SAILS TOR
SOUTH AFRICA WITH FIR
of  Winnipeg;   Capt.  Falk,  of  Seattle,
who     is     largely   interested     in   the
 ^ Puget Sound Navigation company, and
happiness   of others, from as far distant  as Pittsburg, Pa.    'l'he lands to be colonized
tion of Some of the Crew���Reward
Offered,   for   Capture.
E STROM IN FA\'0!l
OF WORLD WIDE PEACE
0flt*iu's Ambassador to United States
|BBratified at Growth of Movement
for  Abolishment   of   War.
'tort,   Conn.,   May   lb���Although
'   to  attend   the   New    England
and     Arbltitation     congress
convened hero today, British
ssador James Bryce sent the fol-
k letter embodying his views on
and arbitration:
Is a matter of great  regret   to
Ia| l cannot attend the meeting,
1,1 the numerous other engage*
' which  I  have for the week  in
Ich   il   is  to  be  held.     I   rejoice  to
w that a demonstration of opinion
favor of peace and arbitration, so
'' and earnest as that which this
"'"'"'c is expected to give, will
,('il from the people of New Kng-
The body of the man found in tho
slough near the asylum tarin on Saturday was Identified at the inquest
yesterday as that of R, Bunyon, a laborer, who had been employed at tbe
farm. He leu there on April I saying thai he was going to Vancouver.
A verdlcl of accidental death byi
drowning was returned.
'lhe news of the finding of the body
was telephoned here about one thirty
on Saturday afternoon and by three
thirty the body bad been removed by
Constable   Hutchinson.
There was nothing on his body that
would lead to the Identity of hl<��
friends or the location of his home.
Ile was buried yesterday afternoon
In the Douglas street  cemetery.
MOVING PICTURES TO HELP
"BACK TO THE LAND" SCHEME
"1 have lost not only a father's ' ive,  in  the Nechaco  Valley  lie  iu  the  vi-
but  tne affectionate iind Intimate re-  cinlty   of   tlie   projected   line   of  the
lations of a dear friend and advisor.  Grand Trunk Pacific railroad and ex-
1   am   no  less  comforted in   the   ui.i- tend from the vicinity of Fort George
\eisal and loving sympathy wliich has  to a point  sixty  miles west.
been   assured   to   my   dearest  mother      It is the  intention  of  the coloniza-
in   ibis   hour   of   her   overwhelming tion company to commence operations
grief.                                                    on  three  demonstration  farms    this
I     'Standing   here   on   this   very   spot   year In order to be able to show pros- |
j little  more than  nine years ago, our  pective farmers  what  the valley will
j beloved   king   declared   that   as   long  be able to do by the time the metals
|as there  was breath in  his body  be  of the G. T. 1'. have been laid In it.
would work for the good and for the      Mr.  Lewthwuife  said   he  had  been
amelioration of his people.   1 am sure in the Nechaco Valley for the greater
that  the opinion of the whole nation  part of the last three and a half years
will be that this declaration made by  and was satisfied that it offered great
my father was fully carried out.            advantages,   more   particularly   as   a
"To endeavor to follow In his foot- mixed  farming and dairying country,
steps and at the same time to uphold  All kinds of grain will grow and small
the constitutional government of these fruits.    Enough timothy bay will    be
realms  will  be the earnest object of raised in the Nechaco Valley to sup-
niy  future life.                                           l'l.v the whole of the Northwest. The
"1  am deeply sensible to the very settlers now ln the district will find
heavy   responsibility   that   has  fallen  a  good   market for  their  feed,  vege-
over me, but  1 know 1 can rely upon  tables,   and   provisions   at   the     rail-
] parliament   iind   the  people  of  these road  camps  as  the   line   is    carried
Islands and my dominions be- ond the  through the valley.
s  for their help in  the  discharge' 	
P.
in
R.  Will   Provide Views of  Life
Dominion   for   Education  of
American  Farmers.
zest will
Land  in
'""' importance of the question it
aiiiiot	
Slit in thinking that  It ought  to
nstantly  kept  before public at-
Calgary. May 9.���Addional
he  added   to   "Hack   to  tho
Canada" movement Inaugurated in the
United states  by  the Canadian  Pa
Mion.
'"'I hough
Imilai
exaggerated  and  you   American public for mot����n pi etui es of
now being taken are placed on exm
bttlon, These pictures provid new
������Why Not Go to Canada   appeal. So
great hns been the demand ofthe
American public for potto 1>>< ' J\^
Western Canadian life that f ^f
are even now demanding i,1'.,,n,sR
One of tbe lar.est New YoiK ��� >"
dicates has completed arrangemns
for taking a series of typical Western
Canada scenes.
the   feeling   disclosed   at
congresses   in   the   past   has
fen   most   encouraging,   and   though
tme now venture openly  to oppose
Propaganda in which you are en-
Bed,  there are still  some disquiet-
J^  symptoms  which
Dred."
S:-iia    mi     ii,v...     ...-r .
I of   iny   arduous  duties  and   for  theii
prayers    that    Cod    will    grant    me
' strength  and  guidance.
"1 am encouraged by the knowledge
that 1 have In my dear wife one who
will bo a constant helpmate to me ln
my every endeavor for my people's
good."
Spain Elects Deputies.
Madrid, May 9.���Elections were held
Saturday throughout Spain for the
chamber of deputies. One hundred
and fourteen deputies whose candidacies were uncontested had already
officially been declared elected. These
C. P. R. CHANGES.
Messrs. Taschereau, Caron and  Dev-
Iin.    the   only   cabinet   ministers   ir*
town, were subsequently sworn.
Proclamation   in  Canada  Gazette.
Ottawa,   May   0.���A  black-bordered"
issue   of   the   Canada   Gazette   today
.contains   a   formal   proclamation   of
George   V.   as   King   of   the   United
Kingdom   of   Great   Britain,   Ireland,
and Dominions Beyond the Seas, and
Emperor of India.    The Gazette also
contains a proclamation confirming in
office  all   officers  of   the  crown   and
calling upon them to take, as soon ass
possible, the customary oath of allegiance to the new king.    At noon today   the   Twenty-Third   field   battery
fired a royal salute in memory of the ���
dead monarch.
Supreme   Court   Adjourns.
Ottawa,  May  9.���Acting  Chief Jus-
j tice  Girouard  administered  tbe  oatli
, of   allegiance   to   King   George  6.   to
i members of the supreme court today,
���^p^p^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_    after which the court until
  I tomorrow as a mark of respect to the
; late   monarch.
During    tbe    last    week    the    Due, Flags   Raised   in   Halifax.
D'Amule lav at the Fraser Liver i: ills j Halifax, N. S., May 9.���Flags en th*
four  of  her  crew  deserted  and  they j 'orts were ordered from half mast to
masthead todav and a royal salute
were still missing when the boat of twenty-one g��ns from the citade*
pulled out last night. Their names in honor of King George V. was fired.
are  Rioual, age sixteen, left on Sun-} Flags  will  be  lowered  to  half  mast.
day night;  Le Flock, age twentysev- again tomorrow.
,    _       ��� Roosevelt to Represent America,
en, left three days ago; le Breve..ee, Passlaic, Ni j., May o���Piesidenc
age twenty, and Le Port, age twenty, I Taft probably will designate Theodore
left a week ago. The police were no- j Roosevelt as special ambassador to
titled and Captain L 'fevre has an- represent the United States , oyern-
nounced that he will give a reward of ment at the funeral of King KdwarcT.
$10 for each man. He said tonight that  be would  tafce
i     The  Due  D'Amule carries  1,500,000   the  matter  up  with   Secretary   Knox
feet of fir for Dealgoa bay, South Af-  soon after he returns to Washington,
ilea.      She  anchored  in   the  stream I    The president, who attended the an-
here last night to wait for this morn- nual banquet on the Passiac. board of
ing's tide. j trade tonight, will be in Washington
1    The Kpsom, which is loading at lhe again tomorrow morning.   He safd he-
mills  now,  will  take  850 0011  fee.   of! was eager to nppotnt Coloonel Roosevelt to represent the government.   As
yet he has taken no steps In that direction,  howevei.  as  up  to  the  time-
he left  Washington  this morning m>
���^p^p^^^^^p^^^^^^^^^_^_      .official notification  had been received
The Alerts and the  Balmorals will  by the Washington government as to
have   a   practice   match   at   Queen's   the   date   of  the   funeral.     President,
park  this evening,  starting the ball-  Taft is not conversant with the prece-
tosslng at half past six o'clock.    The  dents, but if a special representative-
lumber   for   Melbourne,   Australia.
Baseball   Practice  Tonight.
Montreal,   May   O.-At the  meeting  tossing a   '1/      ,     J 1           Is called  for and  Mr.  Roosevelt  w.ll
of the Canadian Pacific railway dlrec-' Alerts will  pick ' iel"    f����� 'I,0���,,,!  f   acCept   the   designation,   he  will   be
tors  today.  A.   H.  Creelman,  genera   following   paveis      Peele, Mc    .  i,
counsel of the company, was elected  Jamieson,    B own,    Kelllv, Sinclair,
The resignation of Sir William Vanlbourln and Glass
Home as chairman of the board was
also accepted an.1 Sir Thomas Shaughnessy appointed to the position.
Boni   Loses   His   Seat.
Paris.   May   9.���The   second   ballot
for 229 seats in the chamber of depu
Cup   for   Union   Men.
Merrithew    &    Ramsay    have
nounced  that they  will  give a
WAP    ST'LL   POSSIBLE.
an-
lver
cup   for   competition   among  baseball   been arranged as vet with Peru
Government   of   Ecuador   Han   Made?
No  Arrangements   With   Peru.
Cuayaquil,   Ecuador,   May   <��.���The
government has addressed the following note to tbe pre _r ���
"Notify tbe public that nothing has-'
Tlie
cannot   be   U
^^^^^^_^^^^^_^_^^^_^^__^^___^^^^^^_ Br ot depu- i cup   ior   coiupeuuun   ummji   wan     ,..,,,  ,,,,..,.���	
! comprised   sixty-nine   liberals,   thirty-1 ties.     taken     Saturday     throughout I teams got up by the different trades   international   titr.aMon   is   statlonary.
jfotir  conservatives,   tine   republicans, I France, passed  quietly.    The govern-  unions of the city.    The gift is made | Ecuador's  rights are  based  upon titer
three   carllsts   and   fire   representing  ment   has   lost   fourteen   votes.    Tbe  on only two conditions: one that thore . justice of her cause."
'other parties.    The returns available  socialists have gained fourteen. They ] shall be at least four tennis co:upet-|    Warlike enthusiasm here IncreMML
| show that the government will  have still have a safe majority.    Boni Cas-  fng and the other that the ployois be  The flrst reserve corps is under arnus
, a working majority. tellane was defeated for reelctlon.      . amateur. , and ready for a campaign.
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tifiM����;.iH PAGE TWO.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY,   MAY
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
WANTKD��� lllRI. TO ASSIST
genfral housework. Apply 703
nes street.
IN
Ag-
WANTKD���A THIRD CLASS ENGI-
ineer ior sawmill. Unmarried man
preferred. Apply D. B. Hall. Chilliwack.  H. C.
BOYS    WANTED
Cigar Factory.
AT   thi-:   H.   c
WANTED���A  GIRL   POR  GENERAL
housework   and   plain   cooking.   Ap-
ply  ij.". Third avenue. 	
WANTKD ��� YOUNG NEEDLEWOM-
an at Royal City Dye Works. Must
be able to repair clothing.
WANTKD  TO   RENT���GENTLEMAN
wants one or two rooms  wilh  private family.    Not far from library.
Modern  house preferred.
PostofTice.
Box  9S3,
WANTKD���SIX TO EIGHT ROOMED
cottage; fully modern; close in,
good location. Writo P. O. Box 1TG,
City.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���SURREY; TEN ACRES,
S. D. 13, northwest 1-4 section in.
township 2. Price $250 per acre;
l-o cash; balance (I, 1- and is
months. Address N. B., News Office.
FOR SALE -- BRUNETTE MILL
boarding house business for sale;
14 moms occupied; 3 l-~ acres pasture; chicken house, cow stable,
fruit trees; low rent. For price,
including furniture, beds, bedding,
(���unking utensils, Mallaeable range,
dishes, etc., apply 109 Columbia St.,
Sapperton.
FOR SALE���GOOD WORK TEAM
(2.Sui) lbs.). Sound. Also wagon an.l
harness (new). Apply A. N. Mac-
kay, Burnaby Lake P. O., B. C.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOMfc-
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands within the railway belt in British Colum- J
bia, may be homesteadoil "ay nny person who is tlie sole head of a family
Or any  male over IS  years of age,  to i
the extent of on<e-quarter section  of !
Hid acres, more or less.
Entry  must he  made personally at ���
the   local   land  office  for  the  district]
In which  the land ig situate.      Entry
by proxy may, however, b<? made on
certain    conditions    by    the    father, '<
mother, son. daughter, brother or sister of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader Is required to perform the condition!" connected therewith under one of the loiiowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
npon and cultivation of tbe land on
each year for three years.
12) If the father I' or mother, lf tnp
father Is decased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity of
the land entered for, the requirements
ns to rp^iilencp may \t�� satisfied hy
;s'.ich person residing with the lather
or mother.
Cil lf the settlor has Ms permanent
;residnncp upon   farming   land   owned
bv   him   in   the   ririnity   of   his   homestead, the requirements as to residence
may   be   satisfied   by   residence   upon
the said land.
Six months' nolle, in writln . should
be civeri to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
I    Cnnl.���Coal  mlnine rlsbts  may   be
leased   for     a   period  of     fwenty-one
! years  a*   ai   annual  rental   of  $1   p^r
(acre.      Not   more   than    25R0   acre?
shall  be  leaped   to  one  Individual   or
companv.      A royaltv at the mtp of
five  r��nts  per  ton   shall  be  collected
Ion the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
i Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
Good Op portu n i ti es
BRENING & COMPANY
General  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
We Can   Deliver the  Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldg.
Corner  Columbia  and   Begbie Streets.
New Westminster B. C.���Phone 686.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldcj.
Ground  Floor.
Phone  646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
Our
iusivc l'roiK rties Too
Advertise.
.otlg to
ill-
Properties 	
NEW WESTMINSTER, BURNABY, SAPPERTON, LULU ISLAM). SURREY, LANGLEY, CHILLIWACK. SUMAS, VANCOUVER,
1     AND     SOUTH     VA.V
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tieulars.
Us for Par-
BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
We Can  Deliver the  Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldg.
Corner  Columbia and   Begbie  Streets
New Westminster B. C.���Phone 686.
Free   auto   ride   to    Burnaby
day at 10 a. m. and 2 p. m.
We have the exclusive sale of
choice building lots  in  Burnaby.
are within two blocks of car
the  view  is   unsurpassed.
The  prices are within the  reach
all,  1-3 cash and  $10  per month.
LANGLEY���80 acres, the N. |a of
S. E. hi of Sec. in, Tp. 10. Price
$35 per acre;   $1,000 cash, balanqe
$5uu per year.
of
Railway
Time
Tables
Mail
'rvice
B. C.
E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneuule.
CITY���Lot  2 and  3  In   Blks.  6
S.  B.  'J  on Seventh avenue.
$650 e
ach;
easy
terms.
BURNABY-
-Two
j4   acre
lots
tram
line
and
store.
Price
each;
easj
��� terms.
and 7
Pi ice
near
$300
BURNABY SNAP ��� 3 34 acres In
D. L. 136, Price $2,000; terms,
$1,000 cash, balance 6, 12 and IS
months.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West-
minster at 5:60, 0:du. T:20 and 8:00
a.in., aud every hall hour thereafter
until H:30  p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver m 5:50, 0:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until  11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver ior New  West
minuter at  8:00 ami It:1"-1 a.m., ami
every    half    hour    thereafter    until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at " :O0 a.m., and every halt
hour there-after until 10:00 p.m.
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J.  McQuarrie, Local   Manager,
Westminster.
Following are the boui    ,lt
lid arrival ul mails ai ��� it.. v     ^J
uinsier post office, u��� ', , :..uw wj
Bach   case   being   the   lioUr
which   id half  an  hour, a
fore  the actual  despatch,
tnless otherwise stati d
d and received dallj  ,'     . ."""asl
The   only   mails   dl
ceived Sunday ui-u the u. .\
mails.
"' glVft
01 Cl0|
a ruie
��� A|l ui
��� ��� <:
1 Sum
und  ('.  P.
tie   way
Mills and
R. -east mails. U1)V ^J
malls.     Sapp,       ���"iel��
Coquitlam,
KELLINGTON
Corner
Columbia  and   Begbie
Phone 680.
BROS.
Streets.
Cleared
$300
this.
lot, 66x148, on
below   value.
St. Andrew's;
Inquire   about
Lulu Island lots, in Lot 22, from $250
up. These are only ahout one-half
the price others are asking.
LANGLEY���160 acres, S. W. |/. of Sec.
16, Tp. 10, 2,000,000 feet of good
lir. No timher lease. A number of
small mills in the vicinity. Price
$15 per acre; l-l', cash, balance 1
and 2 years.
SURREY���Best buy in Surrey.. 160
acres one mile from tram line and
Great Northern Ry. Price $57.50
per acre;  easy terms.
Lae'
New
Grtat   Northern   Railway.
N.  W.   11   a.m.
N. W. 4:
p.m.
Cloverdale���40 acres;  good house: big
N.B.���Unauthorized    publication   ot
this  advertisement will    not be paio
FOR     SALE ���  MAGOON     STRAW-;
berry    runners.      Specially    grown
from   young   plants.    Four   dollars
per thousand.    L. Claude Hill, Burnaby Lake, P. O.
OPERA   HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
May 12-
June 2-
June 24
-Gingerbread Man.
-Dorothy Morton.
���The White Squaw.
FOR SALE ��� SPEED LAUNCH
"Vite." 33 feet long, 4 feet 6 inches
beam: fully equipped with If) H. P.
four-cylinder "Cowie" engine, together with dynamo. In first class
working order. Speed 14 miles per
liour. To be seen at our docks,
Front street. The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
FOR SALE -- WHITE LEGHORN
eggs; single comb; good strain: five
cents each. Samuel Wilkinson,
Sixth street. East Burnaby.
FOR SALE���FOUR ROOMED COT-
tage: lot 50x132 cleared, fenced;
one block east of Twelfth Street
car. Price $1,400, terms. Apply,
Owner, 1024 Tenth Avenue.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
Real Estate
vs.
Mortgages
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TO    LET���COMFORTABLE
for cwie or two ,adies, close
615 Hamilton street, city,
ROOM
to car.
TO RENT ��� COMFORTABLY FUR-
nished bedroom. Apply 713 Trow
street,  city.
FOR   RENT.
FOR RENT JUNK 1���FULLY MOD-
ern cottage, 513 Blackford Btrei t,
$25 per month. W. C. Curtis, 507
Third avenue.
FARM TO RENT���46 3-1 ACRES AT
Tynehead, 7 miles from New Westminster, line 7-roomed house; good
orchard and barn; between IS and
2e acn s under cultivation, remainder grazing land. Get particulars
from W. .1. Kerr, 014 Columbia St.
FOR     MIRK ��� AUTOMOBILE    FOR
hire by the hour, day or week. Apply to S. Fader, Dean Mod;, <������
of Church and Columbia street. Telephone 712.
TO LET���SIX-ROOMED COTTAGE.
Vacant May 1. Rent $23. Ap] ly
221 Ilartco jafreet, evenings, between  6 and  7.
Some of our shrewd clients
are beginning to feel that out-
Blde property is now nearly
as high as it is worth. They say
that   the   old   stock   exchange
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roads
tram,
only.
lu   acres   cleared   and   culti-
Cornering   on   two   main
three quarters of a mile from
$125 per acre for a few days
COQUITLAM���Have a buyer for acre
age anywhere along the Canadian
Pacific railway beginning at Sec.
23 to Sec. 8.
Are you looking for a farm? Then
we can show you two money makers in the Delta. These can be
bought on easy terms and are suitable   for  subdivision.
Lots
cash.
near   Orphanage;
balance 6, 12 and
$2,700:   '.
is months.
8-Roomed house near Fourth avenue
and Third street; $2,200; terms
over 3 years.
Two lots close to Queen's park; splendid view; high and dry. Price
$1,750 for the two; terms. Enquire
about this.
SURREY���10 acres on Scott road: $80
per aero. We can take yon to this
property���20 minutes in our machine���and tlie owners of the 10-
aero blocks on either side are asking $3,000 for their blocks. Therefore we quote this as a snap at this
price: '- cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
WILSON,   COOK   &   CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
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p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:10 am
.m.
Lv. Seattle
p.m.
Lv.  Seattle
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Lv. Seattle
a.m.
Lv. Seattle
p.m.
ar.   Seattle  3:65
ar. Seattle B:4U
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9:30
6:20
6:25
Mails Despatched.
C:()0 a.m.   (closed ai  i
the   previous  night)���Vat
(J. N. R. Owl. ^^^
8  u.in.��� Vancouver ai ,|   , , .,  .
).   C.   Electric   railway.
First C. P. R. east ta]        -
ast Including Langley a   I distriJ
The   mail   for   Abbou      | m
trlct,  Clayburn  and district, n���J
don and district, and  M
patched by way of Van., ,...,.   '"''
s   a.m.���Blaine    and    Si   ���
eluding all U. S. points .
and Hall's Prairie, Fernrldi i A.
elmere.  on  Tuesdays,   Thursday,
Saturdays.
All Surrey  malls are  I
Clowi'dal,-,  except   11
elmere and Fernridge,        . ,
he  Port Gulchon  tra!    .
Thursday!   and   Saturdays
11 -.no am.���Vancou\
Central Park, via B. C
12:30   p.m.���Strnwt <������ ���.    nil]
.erland   and   South   V i
ourier (Tuesday and I
l 30 p.m.���East Burn
2:00 p.m.���Burqultlan
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KELLINGTON
Corner
Columbia  and   Begbie
Phone 630.
BROS.
Streets.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED TENDERS    addressed to
the undersigned, and  marked on  the
envelope   "Tender   for  Power   House
Equipment,"   will  lie  received  at  the
ollice  of  the  Commissioners    of tlie
J j Transcontinental  Railway, at   Ottawa,
��� Ont., until 12 o'clock noon of the 2.".'.i
J i day of  .May, 1910,  lor the equipment
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts ot corporations, lirms and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts.
If you haven't   a  Savings  Account
NOW is the hest time to start one
Ihe Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 15*69)
G. N. R.���Port Guicnon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., return* at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m.. arrives In city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives In city
Saturday at 9 am,
Leaves Port Gulchon at 1 P.m. ol
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m.. Thursday ami Friday
Leaves Gulchon 0 am. each weeg
day;    arrives   8:50   a.m.
Leavea N. W. 8:60 p.m. dally except Sunday; ar. Gulchon at 7 D tn.
.v.  N.W.  8:60  a.m.;   ar.  Seattle  3:U;>
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
axiom is good which says
whi n   everyone   wants
Sell
them;
buy
LOST.
.LOST���TIICUSDAY NIGHT. CUFF
with Masonic bar cuff link. Finder
please return to News Office.
^LOST���SQUARE GOLD LOCKET 1. -'-
aved F. s. A., containing photos.
Finder will  be rewarded  when   returned   to   E.   S.   Allen.    Windsor
hotel.
F01"ND-
Owner
City.
FOUND.
-PURSE ON COLUMBIA ST
apply National  Finance Co.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTSI MANA-
ger G. J. Sykes), 62 Powell street,
Vancouver. Phone 257"). Prompt
attention given to till orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
write if unable to visit us.
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
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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
in i i^ht per eent. is good for
such hi. h class, gilt edged security���in fact there is no security Letter than a mortgage
on improved real estate which
has withstood all lhe scrutiny
: '��� ;en morgagi s which passes
thn a our hands. Tli' y feel
that with such mortgages
they can sh ep pretty comfortably��� no anxiety as to a possible drop in value.
If real estate has done well
for you, or if you are fur any
pi. on looking for the great-
(st security in Investment, it
to see us and
over the matter. Our
is at your disposal
large. Years of experience and study of financial
mailers of all kinds fit us to
speak with some degree of authority.
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knowledge
without  cl
necessary for power bouse in connection with the simj.s easl of Winnipeg,
Including water tube boilers, mechanical sioi.ers, iced water heaters, en-
gini s, generators, air compressors,
pumps.
Plans and specifications may be seen
in the office ol the Chief Engineer of
the Commissioners, Mr. Gordon Grant,
at Ottawa, and in tne ollice of the District Engineer of the Commissioners
ai Si. Boniface, Manitoba.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed form supplied by
the Commissioners, which may be had
on application to tho Chief Engineer
at Ottawa, or to the District Engineer
at St. Boniface, Man.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all ihe parties to the lender,
ami witnessed, and lie accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chart nai
Hank of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the order of i in; Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway,
lor a sum equal to ten per cent
i in p.c.) of the amount of the ten ier.
Any person whose tender is accepted shall within ten days after ibe ae-
ceptance thereol sign the i mtract,
specifications, and other document i required lo be signed, and in any case
of refusal or failure on the pari of
Hie pai iy whose tender ia accepted to
complete and execute the con . I
v.Ith the Commissioners, the i iid
cheque shal] be foi felted to the C an-
missioners as liquidated damagi a for
such refusal or failure, and all contract n'ghis acquired by the acceptance of the tender sliall be fot fel ed,
The  cheques  deposited   by   parties
| whoso   tenders  are   accepted   will   be
deposited to tlie credit of the Receiver
General Of Canada, as Becurlty lor ihe
I due and  faithful  performance of the
[contract  according to iis terms.
The cheque deposited by parties
whose lenders are rejected will he
returned within ten days after lhe
signing of the contract.
The right is reserved lo reject any
or all tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway.
Capital   Paid-Up    $5,000,000
Reserve        5,700,000
Total  Assets    70,000.000
New
Westm
F.
nster.   B.
RHUTP
C.  Branch,
Manager.
The local agency of th" Oliver Typewriter Co., is at 746, Columbia street,
three doors from the B. C. K. K. car
station. Ir cost you nothing to try
this machine and only a small cash
payment to get one, when satisfied
with your test, save 17 cents a day,
that  pays the balance. **
2:il0 p.m.  (Summer moutiig noJ
2:20 except   Saturday)    Udner,
Gulchon,   Westham     ! a.   .
1 ury, daily except Sun        Vo/a^J
1 u-sday.  Thursday  an '.
"J. C. Bruce."     (Sk ������
patched and racetve t   . . .
2::;o   p.m.���Vancouvi    .���_���. .  .
Siding, via G. N. H. norH
3  p.m.���Cloverdale,   NfmoeU, im
pert Kells daily, Clayton
Thursday. Friday and I
bead on Tuesday and Frlda   ito_it|
cord,  Tuesday  and  Friday,
4:00 p.m.���Vanoouvei anil BamuJ
ak��>, via II. C. Electric Kailwaj,
urday an extra mail  Is d
Victoria via Vancouvei    ��� this
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lowing    local    places:      Barnet
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows. PortS
mond,   Port   Haney,     Ml
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Lytton, Lillooet, Bpences' BridR.
ola  and   district,   and all
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NOTE  OF  THANKS.
T.   R.   PEARSON,
Manager   N.   W.   Branch.
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Mrs. B. M. Domlny, proprietress of
the old established Arrow Press,
wishes to take this opportunity to
thank her many friends tor their
kind patronage in her old place of
business and hopes to still have the
pleasure of supplying their wants in
the V'h printing line In her new premises, near Tho Dally News Co., 606
Victoria street.    Phone 695.
Six
^^^^^^^^ en bloc,
between 8th and 10th
close to Cumberland
ituated
avenues
street, on
the  highest point  in  the city.
Price $1650 for the bunch.
Only $600 cash required, balance easy.        ....
National Finance Co., Ltd
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate. Loans and Insurance
PHONE 515        CURTIS BLOCK       657 COLUMBIA ST =*>
jESDAY,   MAY   10,   1910.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
THE GINGERBREAD MAN.
When Frederic Ranken and A. Baldwin Sloane created the new fanciful
fairyesiiue, "The Gingerbread Man,"
tbey also created a new character ln
the mythical child-world. Mrs. Santa.
Claus. In the play this character is
portrayed in a spirit of delicious
burlesque by Lute Vrohman, who has
been seen as Fairy Queen, Dowager,
anil feminine absurdities for a number
of years, llis is an awkward, stumbling, good-humored, comical Mis San
ta, backed by a chorus of pretty girls
dressed as good  fairies. Machavellus
Fudge   causes   Mrs.   Santa   Clans   no
end of trouble with his gasoline curses
land evil omens,    .lack Horner, Simple
I Simon, Wondrous Wise. Margery Daw!
ami  other  friends of childhood days
i help  to  round  out  one of   the   mos;,
' beautiful, interesting,    and    enjoyable
entertainments  seen  In   years.    The
Btage pictures are marvels of splendor, I
while  tlu-   mechanical   and   electrical
effects an-  simply   wonderful,    "The
Gingerbread Man" will be the attrac-j
tion at the Opera bouse on Tue. da .
May ll.
MANY CANNERIES 10
OPERATE THIS YEAR
B. C. Salmon Packing Concerns Prepare to Pat Up
000,000 Cases.
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w Westminster, B. C.
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SPECIAL LINE OF
MEN'S
*   and   Second-Hand   Furniture   Bought  ancl   Sold
aunt,   for    Bnynes'   Carriages
Capital   Milk   Separators
8��COnd Hand     Bicycles    from
$10   to   $25.00
GENERAL   REPAIRING
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Front Street
Phone 275
of Montreal
SSTABUSHED 1817.
.$14,400,000.00
.   11,000,000.00
Icla-s   throughout   Canada   and
jnd.an.l.  and  iu   London,  Kng
*}v\\- York, Chicago and Spokane
and Mexico City.   A genera.
1;     business    transacted.      Let
Credit Issued,    available with
ondents In    all  parts of    tin-
iga Bank Department���Depoglti
d In sums of ?1 and upward
en st allowed at 3 per cent, pei
(present rate).
Assets  over  .168.000.000.00.
WESTMINSTER   BRANCH,
<;. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
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ieral Waters
[Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
HENLEY
|W   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
lone 13. Office. Eighth St
Acids at Tlmberland
)nting Yale road. $3500
balance  to   arrange,
re nt
S. O. PAULSEN
Timberland P. O.
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\eady
Money
k GOOD     FRIEND    ALWAYS
fyou deposit your money for
lety ln Tbe Hank of Toronto
Mil be safe while you leave
and ready when you need it,
nnd lt will be
UTheTime
pnlng for you three per cent.
Iterest Small or large sums
lay be deposited at any time.
80   BRANCHES
|it   Ontario,   Quebec   and   the
West.
CAPITAL
*EST   .
. .$4,000,000
... 4,750,000
���aak of Toronto
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
���I. Oracey, Mgr.
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SEE THIS LINE
It will be worth your
while to visit this store
at once and see the remarkable values offered
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The Wardrobe Clothier
Sells  Lion  Brand  Clothing, Suits and Odd Knicker Pants
Columbia Street New Westminster, B.C.
I- fty-slx salmon canneries will be
opi ited on the British Columbia
coa . thli seai on, und the packers
ha ���     mi le  i ri pai ations  for  a  eutc.i
of b   ive :i 500,     ad G 00 cas s
ol in the plants in commissldn
ne ti     one half v. ill be on tbo Fraser
rlvi     a rai ;ements now i elng made
for i: e running of no less than I w.-ii
ty-i ������ i   eai nei ii s on  that stream, im'
th . In    canneries worked  tiie
mi ,vtll be on the Skeena riv< r,
;.i ; e Inlet anj the Naas, with a
scat i w  ui outlj ing points,
C expeel some cui tfiilmi nl in
th i ch i :ti ;. on the Skeena owing
to the llmitat lon of Ashing bonis by
the provincial government. The bo.-a
ratln . . . ,., ..-.i to greatly af-
fecl the cati    a   other points.
On the Fraser river the following
rom; ��� lee v, il operate canneileg;
B. C Packi i.' association, 5; A B C
Packing company, 2; J. II. Todd &
Sons. .; Malcolm, Cannon &. Co.. 1;
M. DesBrisay ^ Co., 2; Glenrose
Packing company, 1; Groat West
Packing company, 1; Eagle Harbor
Packing company, 1; Northern Canning company, 1; Burrard Canning
coin;.::!:.. !. B. C. Canning company.
1; Lee Coy, 1; Canadian Canning company, 2; tit. Mungo Canning company,
1.
Twelve canneries will be worked on
tbe Skeena river, as follows: B. C.
Packers)1 association. '.',; Alexandria
Packing company. 1; A. B. C. Packing company, 2; J. H. Todd (c Sons,
1; B. C. Canning company, 1; Wallace
Bros.. 1; Kildala Packing company,
1; Casslar Packing company, 1,
and Skeena River Commercial company, 1,
At Rivers Inlet there will be eight
plants in operation, as follows: B. C.
Packers' association. 2; A B C Packing company, 1; J, H. Todd & Sons,
1; B. ('. Canning company, 2: Strathcona Packing company, 1, and Kildala
Packing company, 1.
The following four plants will pack
on the Naas: John Wallace's cannery, Port Nelson Canning and Salt-
ng company, Kincoleth Packing company and the Federation Brand Canning company.
At various outlying points on the
coast ten canneries will pack flsh as
follows: Robert Draney. at Namu and
Kimsquit; Kildala Packing company,
at Manitou; li. C. Packers' association, at Bella Colla, Lowe Inlet and
Alert Bay; William Hickey Packing
company, at Hickey; Knight Inlet
Packing company, at Knight Inlet;
Quathiaska Packing company, at
Quathiaska cove, and the Clayoquot
Fishing ami Trading company, at
Clayoquot.
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HORSE
SHOEING
VICTOR  A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon Building.
Phone 681
- Done At-
At   Dick   Benson's   Old   Stand,
8th St., Next to Fashion Livery.
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ARCHITECTS
625 Columbia  Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. C.
And   at   336   Hastings   St.,   W,
Vancouver, B. C.     Phone 3330
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given   on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
Cloverdale
E.M. Carncross & Co
Real Estate
Insurance, Loans, Conveyancing
Notaries Public
Surrey Farm Lands a Specialty
Local Agents:
Cloverdale   Improvement Co.,
Ltd., and F.J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
Cloverdale, B. C.     L. D. Phone.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner   Eighth   St. and   Fifth  Avenue.
PHONE  370.
j   W. RICH
iTeaming and Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730  FOURTH   ST. PHONE   R527
B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading  Co.
I      |;  Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12
New Westminster
SBC
Box 13/
GOOD   ROADS   FOR   SURREY.
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FOR
see Joseph Travers
7-roomed bouse, all  modern.,    Price $2,400;  small cash payment,
balance $20 per month.
S-rooined house clone to car. Price  $2,500 on   easy  terms.
Rooming house;  21  rooms;  good   location.    Price   for   lease   and
contents, $1,200; $300 cash.
10-rootn modern house on ful size lot on Third avenue.   Price only
$3,800.   Easy terms.
7-roomed modern house close to   Columbia  street.     Price   $2,200;
$500 cash, balance like rent.
Two B-roomed houses close in.    Price only  $1,100 each;   on  easy
terms.
ll-roomed house;   close In. Price $3,000 on easy terms.
We have houses for sale In all parts of the city and on very easy
terms.   Consult us if you want to buy a home.
Two lots on Twelfth street  Price only $000 for the two; 1-2 cash,
balance over two years. '
Two lots on Twelfta street car line.    Price  only $850 each;   1-3
cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
Two lots corner of Regina 1-slze lot on Third avenue.   Price only
$2,000; 1-3 cash, balance fi and 12 months.
Two lots on corner of Seventh avenue and Fourth  street.    Price
$1,300; 1-3 cash, balance �� and 12 months.
' One full-sized  lot  on  Nanaimo street.   Price $(150.
Lots 13 and  14  near  Windsor   street   backing   on   Cunningham
street.   $2,100 per lot;  1-3 cash, balance fi ami 12 months.
Lot on Hamilton street.   Price $fi50 on terms.
Two lots on Edinburgh street   close to Twelfth street.   Price $1,300
for the two.     '
We have also 5 and 10-ac.re blocks in Surrey ranging from $12,".
and up.   See us about tbem.
Joseph Travers
The residents of Surrey  municipal-;
ity have declared for good roads.   At i
a   meeting   of   the   Surrey   board   of |
trade   at   Cloverdale   last   week,   at-
tended by F. J, MacKenzie, M. P. P. |
tor   Delta;    John   Sprott,    provincial
road   superintendent   of   bridge   construction, it was suggested that residents of the municipality should join
In the work of road improvement by
placing  gravel  on  the  road  at  their
own   expense,   conditional   upon   the
government supplying the gravel free
of charge, and delivering it by means
of the Great  Northern.
The residents heartily concurred in
the proposal. Some offered the Use
of their teams for a week; others
tendered cash.
While in Surrey the road officials
looked into t'be advisability of rebuilding a bridge on the McLennan
road at the crossing of the Sepen-
line on the Nlcomekle on the Yale
road and doing away with tlie old
bridge and replacing it by means of a
1111 and a short bridge. These matters
are still  under consideration.
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL..$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
WM   f\       _   '     P   C       FLOUR AXD FEED MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & Lo. ���
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone S3S.
SEVEN SWEAR THEY
SAW SEA SERPENT
Galveston. May IL���Capt. .1. B. liag-
gart, of the Gulf fisheries steamer
Avalori, and six members of the crew
swear they saw a sea serpent in the
Gulf of Mexico, just uorth of Cam-
pei-hy. Mexico.
Their descriptions of the serpent
tally precisely, except as to length,
wliich varies from seventy-five to one
hundred and forty feet. Attention was
attracted to a great commotion as
the serpent rose to the surface.
It appeared to be about twenty-five
feet, wide and with fins stretching out
about fifteen feet from tip to tip.
tapering to neck and tail. The snake-
like head was visible, and the mouth
opened large enough to admit a barrel.
An attempt was made to lower a
lifeboat for a better inspection when
a swish of the tail smashed the boat
against the side of the vessel.
L. P. Brodeur Is Better.
Ottawa, May lb���Hon. L. P. Brodeur
, has   so   fur   recovered   that   he   will
ibe able to leave the hospital in New
I York where he has been under treatment in a few days for his home at
St. Hllare, Quebec, where he will take
a rest before resuming his ministerial
duties. ��_
MORAL DEGENERATE IS
SANE ENOUGH TO HANG
REAL ESTATE
Walker Block, Next to Todd's Music   House
AUCTIONEER
Phone 703
North Bay. Ont., May 0.���Minister
of Justice Aylesworth has refused to
appoint a commission to look into the
sanity of Walter Ross, condemned to
die May 21, for the murder of Percy
Parkson, his chum. Doctors have pronounced him degenerated morally, but.
sane. Counsel for Ross Is now making efforts to have a new trial.
South
Westminster
Lots at $150 Each
We have for sale a block of large lots
situated in the very best part of South
Westminster. Will be sold en bloc at
the low price of $150 each. This is
$100 a lot below anything in the vicinity. Terms, one-third cash; balance,
6, 12 and 18 months.
Lots on 2nd Street
Between 8th and 10th Avenues
Prices from $250 to $375
There is absolutely nothing cheaper to
be got in city property.   This is a good
chance.   Get in now.
The British Canadian Securities
Company, Limited.
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:    The Dominion Trust
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY,   MAY
The Dally News
Published by Tne Dully News Publish.
fug Company, Limited, at their offices,
-Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
�����. A.  Paige Managing  Director
TUESDAY,   MAY   10.   1910.
GOD SAVE TKE KING!
suit,  it   is  said,  tho new  budget  wil
lie of a non-contentious character and
the question of the proposed constitutional   changes  will   be  postponed.
Thus   the   acrimonious  party   Btruggle I
which has been going on will, for tin'
tl ne  at   l ast.  cease,  and  an   opportunity be afforded to George V. to com-j
mence  his  reign  amid   harmony  and!
contentment,    The call  to this  duty
is   marked   In   the   ode   of the   Poet
Laureate on tbe death of the King:
"So let  us now all seek to rest,
From fateful fends release;
Ami  mindful of hi.s wise bequest
From factious clamors cease;
Treading the path he trod,
The sacred truth of God.
The path that points and leads
To  patriotic  peace.''
COMET UNUSUAL SIGHT ON
NIGHT OT KING'S DEATH
Yesterday the eldest surviving sen
of the late beloved King wns publicly
proclaimed as George  V. throughout
���tlreat Britain and the Empire in tlie
customary and traditional manner as
Kins of the l'nited Kingdom of Great:
Britain and Ireland and the British
Dominions beyond the Seas, Defender'
��">f the Faith, Emperor of India, this
Following upon the formal ceremony
���of proclamation by the Privy Council
sit St. James' Palace, on Saturday.
It is Inevitable that the constitutional machinery of the Btate should
continue, and therefore, whilst poignant regret still reigns in the breasts |
of the people of the Empire for the
loss of our  noble and  beloved   King i
Edward, there   is  a   proper  feeling  of 	
hope thai llis son and successor may Xp���. Ym.k_ M;jv g _Tha, HaJl9y,n
���enjoy a remn as prosperous, as happy, comet behaved Itself in an unusual
sis peaceful and as notable for the manner just about the time of the
progress   and   welfare  of   the   people   accession   of   King  George  V.   is   the
XLS   has    marked    the    Victoria,   and   !T��m,,sf  ,of    ^wn^    in    Bermuda,
broti, .lit here today by wireless  trom
Edwardian eras. Ull, 8teamship Bermudlan at sea.
The new monarch gave an earnest' According to tho dispatch., the come;
��of his desire to follow the admirable ��n the night of the death of King
example of his father in his touching  Edward and the accession of his son,
. '    became   visible   in   Bermuda   at   two
address to the members of the Privy   0,clo(,,. ^ the morning and a decidedly
Council, when he said:  "To endeavor  red  tinge  was  noted  in its tail.    At
Wire'css  Brings  Strange  Story of  Pe
culiar   Appearance   of   Celestial
Wanderer   on    May   6.
to follow in his footsteps and at tlie
Mine time to uphold the constitu
iional government of these realms will
twelve thirty that.night the Fort 11am-
j ilton garrison, Bermuda, began to Are
a salute in honor of the king. As the
last report died away the observer
toe the earnest object of my life." That saw a sudden flaring up at the end
this may be fulfilled will be the of the comet's tail,
heart's desire of every  loyal  subject I    The head also glowed as a ball of
1'GCl   fir6
of that  Empire   upon   wllich   the sun ,     ���      A .       ,,        ,
* * |    For   five  minutes  the  phenomenon
never sets. i lasted and was seen by a hundred ne-
"I am deeply sensible of the heavy ' groes at  work  on   the  docks.    They
responsibilities which have fallen upon   were overcome with terror and fell on
me.   I know that I can rely upon the
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LIMITED
An Unprecedented
SALE OF H
CLASS MODELS
IN
LADIES SUITS
Price Cutting Thnt Will Astonish    You.       Regular    1
$37.50 and $40.00 Values  for $22.50.
their knees and began to pray, thinking that the end of tho world was
coming.
Many persons connected the strange
light with the death of King Edward,
OPERA   HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
May 12���Gingerbread Man.
June 2���Dorothy Morton.
June 21���The White Squaw.
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parliament and on the people of these
islands and my dominions beyond the
seas for their help in the discharge
of my arduous duties," the King subsequently declared. Herein is the keynote of the whole situation, for no
one can pretend to deny that upon
George V. lias devolved a burden of a
very serious and trying nature.
It is a very long time since the political situation in Great. Britain was
wo complex and so difficult as i( is
at the present moment, and for weeks
now there has been a feeling that a | |
serious constitutional crisis might ensue. Though by the British constitution ihe sovereign is, in a very
large measure, absolved from responsibility, this being upon his ministers, there are of course times when
lie may feel that he cannot accede
to the advice of these nor approve
the policy of the governmenl, as hying in the best interests of the people. It. is in such a position as this, j
now happily very rare, that a great
burden of responsibility is placed upon
the  sovereign.
It may be, however, and we sincerely hope it will prove so, that the
great sorrow which has befallen tlie
nation will tend to curb the political
jiassions that have been rampant of
late. The influence of the memory
���of the late king will doubtless materially assist towards this end. Already, judging from cable advices to
hand, there has arisen a feeling that
it would be unjust to inflict such a
trial upon the new monarch at the "The Dolly" in "The Gingerbread
very genesis of  bis  reign.    As a re- Man."
Children's Dresses
aTjTi31rTch
The White House 617 Columbia Street
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HARRY  TIDY,   Manager.
Wednesday, May II
RICE   &   VARLEY
PRESENT
The most laughable of all musical comedies
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Seats on Sale at TIDY'S FLORIST STORE
Plan opens on Friday, May 6.
The   "Fairy   Queen,
'The   C ingerbread Man," here on May 11.
We have to make room for '"n   large  stock   of   Wash   3
Dresses���hence  th" enormous   n luctlon   on   all   our   I ittei
about 20 in all���and Just  ah mi us many different  shades, ii.
Taupe. Light Grey, Navy, Green,  Dark  Grey, and  a  few excei
smart stripes.    Some trimmed with   ottoman   cord,   silk   moin
linen  collars;   Other  plain  tailored   styh H   man.,    are   lined   with,
in    stripes   and    .-Iin:    effects.    .Materials    include    broadcloth,    I
worsteds and novelty cloths, every garment a model of perfecth
style  and   finish.    Call  and  inspect  them.     Watch for our window   lit
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$1.25 Black Voile   for 85c yard.
Three pieces only; heavy canvas weave, flne weave, and Dm
shadow chocked voile, black only, at a stirring reduction; -I'l InchM
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE F1VK.
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SPORTING NEWS
JOY GRAY OUT
TOR flRST MCE
1)flon   Bellies  Star  Goal
10wsUpin Good Shape
Rain No Deterrent.
I .   Gray  turned  out. lasl   nlghi
I practice.   There was no
larl    h.,,,i  work  Indulged   in,
,e showed up well.    Tom Cray,
Mother was also out for a while
aade a g I ni.|.ressioi>.
o)   ,|lr  BHght  rain  all   the
out,    They  will  bo ln
tor the  flrsl  game
when they go agalnsl
BIG SMOKE SIMS
TRAINING IN EARNEST
Jack Johnson at Last Condescends to Prepare for
Big Mill on July 4.
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San Francisco. May o.���.Im-l; Johnson today did bis lirst training for bis
coming fight with James .1. Jeffries.
Although there was no gymnasium
work or boxing scheduled, a large
crowd of spectators was attracted to
the beach,
The heavyweight champion was oui
on  the  roads bright  and early  with
George   Cotton,   Barney   Furrey  and
,. . I Marty Cutler and the pace he set for
men are also getting  the twelve mile trip was so stitf that
lur  me   mill.    The  Cutler dropped out   long before they
tides the facl  thai   be
.:,  ua he was thai be can
STORE CLOSES   1 O'CLOCK   WEDNESDAY
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Chairs, Cots, Stretchers,   Blankets,
Pillows, etc., etc.
DENNY   &   GALLOWAY
HOME FURNISHERS
43-45 Sixth Street,   -    -   New Westminster, B. C.
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Aliibiiion Btrtlggle,
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The South West
quarter of Section 16,
Township 10.
160 acres at $50
an acre.
Easy Terms.
lowe. colors of the Salmon  Bel-
Ugtl- ai   worries Con Jones is bow
**\     |,i   team for the flrsl  game.
IvmII have to provide lots ol bench
r liis subs.   If he slicks them
He -rami stand there will be no
room i"i- the spectators.
It i- I.aid i" ������->'��� which is the worst
to be in: having too few men
nany.   When Con's team nets
he  will always be Bure thai
half a dozen men on the wait
who could have played better
,.   men   who   did   the   work.
,n   qo  doubt   cause   blm  ex-
satisfaction,   especially   when
���,,is  wiio  did  flot   play   will
i to blm how tbey could have
���done' better.   However, it is probable
that    ,       ..Mhiicui   will   improve   as
Jfo   ...      :: ...IP i-   .   lor   t "i ui   is   too
business man to keep a stable
|of  dark  horses  that  always  re-
irk.
bad gone half the distance.
Johnson admitted when be returned
thai he guessed H was too long a
trip tor the flrst time, but he was
nol even breathing bard on bis return, lie Immediately gave notice
thai he would be on the road late in
the afternoon and that he would keep
up the training from now- on.
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BASEBALL
UMSEHS AND TORONTOS
HAVE BURIED THE HATCHET
onto,  May  9.���The  hatchet,   has
pi  buried  by  the Tecumsehs and
h ntos  and   the  squabble   between
.   iwo clubs  that threatened  at
time to  assume  serious   propor-
s lias been settled amicably.   Man-
Murphy of the Torontos has re-
bu:   ed all claims, tentative or other-
that  lie   had on  the  Bradford
RoblnBon and Reeves, and the
now belong to the Indian organ-
i n.     Manager   Querrie   will   not
make any attempts to entice any
i players from their allegiance,
e officials of thai club will as a
'i'lence be able to sll back and
ll   peace.      lt    was   a   matter   of
with  tiie  Tecumsehs   more
inythlng else thai actuated them
��� Ing up the flght tbey did over
[ford pair,    it  is doubtful  if
e competent to hold their own
i.  r. company, and In any event.
- ill   have  to  bustle  t'>  oust   any
Tecumseh ri gulars oui of their
Manager Querrie is quoti d
ing thai now that he has the
ponslble for tlie trouble he
e them to the Torontos If they
��� m very badly.
��� ���   were   no   less   than   fifty-two
eh   players   out   in   uniform   at
md Stadium on Saturday after-
The   place   was   overrun   with"*
111   the   lot   were   four   N.I..1'.
lerrle,   Felker,   Qraydon   and
n .ii     Gibers   will   be  out     this
���k,
elghl of the candidates were
to places on the t'.i...\. jun-
��� Ltn    Manager Querrie was much
ed wiib the play of Bullen and
Both  boys  are  fast   an.l
>d stick-handlers, lacking only ex-
lence to make them fit for the big
e  lea. ue.
Monday,   May  9.
National   League.
At Pittsburg���                     K. II.
Pittsburg     7 13
Brooklyn     6 13
At   St.   Louis���                     It. II.
St.   Louis      2 6
Boston      1 6
At Cincinnati���                 R. H.
Cincinnati     4 H
Philadelphia   6 12
At Chicago���                        K. 11.
Chicago       2 7
New York     0 3
American   League.
At Philadelphia���              R. II.
Washington       2. 5
Philadelphia    9 U
At  Boston���                           H. 11.
New   York     0 5
Boston    10 11
Tenders ar iuired for the laying and grading of cement sidewalks
on Tenth Avenue, Hamilton Street,
London street, Edinburgh Street, Dublin Street, Seventh Avenue and
Eighth Avenue, all between Tenth and
Twelfth Streets; also Tenth Street between Sixth and Tenth Avenues. Plans
can   be   seen   and   specifications   ob-
Clty Hall, April 25, 1910.
talned from the City Engineer.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted, and any tender ac-
cepted to be conditional upon the passing of tbe Local Improvement Bylaw.
Tenders to be accompanied by a
marked cheque for five per cent, of
the amount, of Tender and marked
"Tender for Sidewalks," and delivered
to the undersigned no' later than B
o'clock on May 23, 1010.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
FOR
PIANOS
Organs, Victor Talking Machines. Edison Phonographs,
Singer Sewing Machines, all the
latest in records, go to
TODD'S
Music House
Columbia St.   New Westminster
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To Responsible PEorle
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Spokane at Seattle.
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Before Building See Us, as -we   believe   we   can   save   you
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games on   Mondays.
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New Westminster Agency
The New Westminster Agency of the
Daily Province will in future Be under the
management of C. A. Sutherland, late of
staff of the Daily Columbian, New Westminster. Temporary offices have been
secured in the quarters occupied by the
National Finance Company in the Curtis
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All business of the Vancouver Daily
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finding' that his other affairs require his
undivided attention, and withdrawing
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NEW WESTMINSTER ^1 wj *\ f*
branch $ j$ & r none /10
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Detroit Ullnh
Bohemian Cafe
Depot Hotel. ��� Opp. C. P. R. Station.
35c-Merchants'Lunch-35c
From 11:30 to 2:30
TUESDAY,   MAY   10,   1910.
SOUP
Uice Tomato Consomme
PISH
Fried   Codflah,   Tartar   Sauce
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Lettuce ami Egg Mayonnaise
BOILED
Corned  Pork  and  Carrots
ENTREES
German Pot Roast with Potato Cakes
Baked   Macoront   Neapolitan
ROASTS
Prime Hibs of Heel, Brown Gravy
Leg of Mutton and Jelly
Stuffed Ox Heart and  Dressing
VEGETABLES
Mashed and Steamed Potatoes
Stewed   Yellow   Turnips
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Apple. Raisin an.l Rhubarb Pics
Green    Apple    Pudding,    Port    Wine
Sauce
Coffee Milk
Dinner from 5 to 8
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3 pounds Peoples' Blend
Ceylon Tea for
$1.00
3 dozen  Strictly   Fresh
Eggs for
$1.00
Fresh Calif ornianCreamery Butter, per lb.
40c
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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
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Str. TRANSFER
Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P. M. daily 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 (on the half-hour) for Vancouver.
See the Famous Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc.
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, Jl.
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The People's Grocer
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY,   MAY
10.
Tenders addressed to the undersigned  at  Ottawa  in  sealed envelopes
iind marked on the envelopes "Tender
for gasoline launch for the Quarantine
Service." will be received up to the
1st June for the const ruction of a
gasoline launch for the Quarantine
Service at Prince Rupert, British Columbia, of the following leading dimensions, viz: ���
Length over all   50 feet.
Beam extreme      11 feet,
Depth amidships, moulded, f> feet,
to   be   delivered   at   Victoria,   in     the
Province of British Columbia.
Specifications of this launch may
be procured upon application to the
Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, or
to the Superintendent of Quarantines
at William Head. British Columbia, up
to the 16th  May. 1010.
The contract to Include installation
of en, ine, the properly of the Department, now ai  Victoria, B.C.
Each lender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque equal to ten
per cent of the whole amount of the
leieh r, which cheque will be forfeited
if the Individual or company sending it
declines to enter Into a contract with
the Department or falls to complete
the launch.
The Departmenl does not bind itself to aeeepl the lowest or any tender.
Newspapers copying this advertisement wiibout authority from the Department will not be paid.
A. L. JARVIS,
Assistant   Deputy .Minister, and
Secretary of Agriculture-.
Ottawa, May 3, 1910.
LAND ACTS.
New Westmister Land District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLennan, of Vancouver, British Columbia,
Ioccupation contractor, intends to apply for permission to purchase the
'following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of tbe island situate about four it) cliains from Timber limit No, 38733, tlience northerly
and westerly and southerly and easterly around the shore al low tide
to place of commencement, containing
four   acres,   more   or  less.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.
,1. F. BAGGS, Agent.
March  17.  1010.
UKlVhK BAS BATTLE
ROYAL WITH CRABS
Emerges   With   100   Bites   and   With
Shellfish   Still    Hanging
On to Him.
EXPLOSION AT HULL
KILLS MANY PEOPLE
LlfTiE SilrJIilMi DOING
ANTI-ASIATIC   ORGAN
MAKES   AH>EARAN   |
HT ALL TIE IN AFRICA J& ffSKWJS ,' '
WAfcR NOTICE
Notice ls hereby git en tbat an application will be nriue under Part V. Of
thc "Water Act, lui'Si," to obtain a license in the South Westminster Division of New Westminster District.
(a) Tlie name, address and occupation of the applicant: .1. B. Murphy,
occupation, dairying and farming.
lb) The name of the lake, stream
or source (if unnamed, the description is): Spring on Lot 11, Block 2,
Subdivision of Lot 30.
(c) The point of diversion: At the
spring.
(d) The quantity of water applied
for tin cubic feet per second): One-
eighth  cubic foot.
te) The character of the proposed
works; Tank at spring, pipe from
tank  to  dwellings.
lg) The purposes for which the
water is to be used: Dwellings,
dairying ancl stock.
(k) This notice was posted on the
30th clay of April, 1910, ancl application will be made to the commissioner
on the 31st day of May, 1.10.
tl) Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely
to be affected by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet:
None. .1. E. MURPHY.
New Westminster.
LAND  ACT.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District of New Westminster.
I     Take   notice     that     Sin.on     Henry
i Clowes of  Vancouver,  B. C, occupation, building inspector, intends to ;(p-
| ply for permission tp purchase the following  described   lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the S. ll. point of a small island lying
'in channel between Granite isiand and
Nelson island; thence northerly, west-
I erly, southerly and easterly, along the
shore to the place of commencement;
containing 10 acres more or less.
SIMON HENRY CLOWES,
Applicant,
Ter JOHN   F.   BAGGS,
April 20, 1010.  Agent.
"~c7tY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Tenders  Wanted.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned tip to May 23rd, next, at
5 p. in., for twenty-live 125) tons
IL'IMO lbs.) of (1-inch and six (6) tons
of 4-inch Cast Iron Water Pipes, p-16
inch in thickness. Also two (2)
ti.\4 inch T's.
Pipes must be free from flaws,
cracks or other defects, and iin even
thickness of metal throughout, cast
vertically, and covered with Dr. Angus Smith's or oilier approved solution. Pipes to have the standard
size spigots and sockets.
Tenders to be marked "Tenders for
Water Pipes." The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, April 26, 1910.
Baltimore.   May   9.���What     is     tin
best   kind   of a  crab'.'
Opinions may differ, but William
Jones thiks dead ones are the most
desirable bind. As William had a battle royal with a bundled live, biting
crabs, and ca.ne out of the fracas with
100  bites,   his  opinion  ls  worlli   while
William was s'enl to the whan to
get a barrel of crabs. The barrel was
placed in the wagon and William
jumped into the wagon to gather up
the sheiliish.
The crabs clung so tenaciously to
William's fingers with their claws
thai be screamed with ag6ny. llis foot
clipped and down prone he went
anion:.; the crawling, biting crabs. One
bil a piece out of his ear, another preferred his check, still aiiolher attach) d
Itself to  bis nose.
liis cries for assistance brought vol-
unieeis. v.ho rescued him.
William is siiil nursing his wounds,
Powder Works Blow Up
With Terrific Detonation ���
Noise Heard Miles Away*
Roosevelt  Must  Yield  to   Mad   Mullah
and Cannibals and  Political
Conspirators.
of  the  Asiatic
cial   organ
league,   has   made   Its
der the  editorship (1|
tppearai ,
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Thc    publication
plan   as   follows:
"in  pursuing the wor]
public sentiment again il  \
gration  we shall  i.��� i-.
LAND  ACT.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that James Bateman,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, stonecutter, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at ;i post planted at
thi southeast point of a small island
lying about 10 chains north of Nelson
island; thence northerly, westerly.
southerly and easterly, along the
shore to the place of commencement;
containing (i acres more or less.
JAMES BATEMAN,
Applicant.
JOHN F. BAGGS.
April  20, 1010. Agent.
TWO   PRACTICE   MATCHES
FOF;  CHAMPION   GOTCH
Chicago, May 9.���Frank Gotch,
wrestling champion, wlll li 1 two engagements before returning to Chicago, where he will finish training
for his match with Zbyszko, on May
30. On May 11, C.otch will wrestle
Con O'Kelley, the Irish giant, at Minneapolis, and May 15 Will meet Chris
Plerson at Houghton. Mich. Gotch
says he will wrestle Zbyszko at 206
pounds. Frank Krler. a wrestler of
240 pounds, and Fred Beell will assist.
Gotch in training. At least two other
training partners will be engaged.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lots 29 and 30, Block K, St. Andrew's Square, Map 165, New Westminster City.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 172t! F. issued
in the name of Aulay Morrison, 1ms
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C.  S.  KEITH,
District. Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry  Office, New  Westminster, B.C., May 6, 1910.
Imperial
The Flour of the Day
For special prices retail apply to E. J.
Fader's Grocery.
For wholesale prices apply to E. J. Fader,
Northern Crown Bank.
The finest bread baking flour in the world.
I particularly request the ladies of New Westminster to trv it.
oitawa, May 9.���Eighteen persons
are dead, twenty are Injured, some
probably family, and the plant of the
c.i,eral Explosiv.es companj of Canada, near Hull, is a total wreck todaj ,
as a result of a terrific explosion last
evening.
The force of the explosion was so
greal that windows for miles around
were   broken   and   Beveral   dwellings
WQ1 6  wrecked.
a  large  number of  persons  were
I stunned by the vibrations set  up bj
the great   flash.
A   baseball   game  was   in     progress
Hear the  works  when   lire was dlBCOt
ei ed in one ol t In- small outbuilding!
The  crowd   VV lllch   had   been   v.,.-. li
i Ing the contest approached closelj  to
:    eiie   tO   gl !   a   heller   \ lew   Of  the
j blaze.
Two small explosions warm .I the
watchers away before the big explosion occurred.
There wen. two Btunnlng detonations when the magazine Bel off, and
the countryside for a mile around was
affected.
(lieat trees were snapped off al  the
roois.  small  buildings   were  demolished, and  the scene where  the  baseball
crowd stood was turned Into a blood-
1 smeared   field  of  honor.
Bodies without  legs and arms, decapitated  trunks,    lay    mixed    with
scores of unconscious people.
I     Then  the  tense silence  was  broken
by the screams of the injured and the
j moans of tho dying.
in Hull thousands of persons rushed
into the street, where tbey fell to their
i knees   and    prayed.    Many   believed
that the end of the world had come.
At Ottawa, four miles distant  from
the  plant,   many   plateglass   windows
i were smashed.
Many of the those who were stun-
! ned by the explosion  will never hear
again, according to physicians  today
who   explained   that    the     vibrations
broke the oar-drums of the suffeieis.
The known dead are:
Donat Fahien. of Queen street, kill-
ed by falling rocks.
Louis McCann. of Chaudier street,
bead   blown  off  by  explosion.
Ferdinand Laurln, ('handier street,
back broken by flying rocks.
A servant of Anne street, killed in
house  by  falling   rock.
Hosie and  Loretta Carriers, sisters,
: Chaudier street, killed in  their botiso
by rocks.
John  Blanchlel struck on the head
'while seated at  the door of his house,
died  on  the  way  to lhe hospital.
Eugene Qravelle, employee of Geo.
Matthews company.
T. Bracklet, Assyrian, bead cut off
by flying rock.
T.  Gagne,  Wright   street.   Hull.
William Sabourln, Wall street, Hull.
The known Injured are:
George Coleman, righl leg fractured.
Wimee Seguin, skull and leg fracture,1.
Miss Lascelles. aged twenty-two,
right leg fractured.
Glory Bisson, aged eleven, ankle lacerated.
Joseph Lorrain, aged forty-seven,
both legs fractured, may die. "
Valmere Lemieux, aged eleven,
compound fracture of arm and bruises.
Jean Baptiste Thibault, aged fifteen
compound fracture of right leg and
right arm.
Patrick Blanchard, aged forty-nine,
severely bruised on head and body,
may die.
Mrs. Patrick Blanchard, cuts about
head.
Two Blanchard children, minor injuries.
Norwegian, name unknown. Severe
bruises about, body.
Robert   Asse,     compound     fracture
| left  leg.
Thomas Claude, leg fractured.
Fred   Palen,  left   arm  injured.
ONIONS AND ONION   SOU?.
Strong Vegetabl' Recommended By
Physicians to Re'ieve Tuberculosis.
Pittsburg, May 9.���After one voir
in research work twelve prominent
physicians of this section have come
to the conclusion that onions, flue,
luscious, strong smelling onions, at ���
more t'i-��� 11 a plausible remedv for
consumption. While not absolutely
declaring that onions taken internally will cure tuberculosis, these twelve
physicians' ryisert that tiny have,
through the prescribing of onions or
onion soup, relieved numerous oases
of tuberculosis, and tbey recommend
that the physicians of tne country follow this lead with an Idea of eventually working out an absolute cure.
One year ago last nlgbt these twelve
physicians hel.l an Informal feast at
the Fort. I'itt hotel here. Dr. Harry
M. Goehrlng during the oourso of the
meal related an expoiTonee he hail
with  a  tubercular  patient  in    which
j lie had suggested that  ,'ue patient, eat.
j many  onions.    The Statement of  Dr.
; Goehrlng caused a long discussion, as
a result of which the twelve doctors
; agreed  to  prescribe    onions to their
; tubercular patients, It having heen
agreed among them that onions could
j do  no   harm  and   might  do  a    great
: ileal  of  good.    Last  night,  according
ito agreement, they met again. All
had kept their onion agreement, and
| iis a result all reported that every
tubercular   patient   who   had   followed
; their adlvice and  freely  partaken   ��f
| onions had shown slgiiH 61 Improvement, the one exception being a patient   in   the  advanced  stages.    As a
(result of the meeting the physicians
have   doeided   to   call   upon   their   fel-
' low-physicians to extend the treatment.
���
ro judge from re-  ll,'":l1   appears   and
other words, the record
ill    the    United   Slates,   1 ,
llis  social, moral, ecoi i
Uation,   visible   ami   de
suits   of   his   prison,���,
will   consider   it   our
tray.    Prom these
lie  will be able u
ductlon
in
pren
mai
^CANADIAN PACIIt
YCO.
SUMMER    TOURIST   E ���
London, May
ports now being considered by the
British colonial ollice, there is a good
deal of Interesting activity in Africa
not covered by the Roosevelt expedition.
Boasted   progress   and      civilization
notwithstanding, there are still two
Soudan slave routes with human traffic running at full blast.    The French
base taken a baud  ill  BUppri
caravans whenever possible, but such
Interference only touches cases here
an.i there. Bi ll ish co-opei atlon is now
sought to establish military posts in
positions from which the routes may
i.e controlled. During the lasl lev,
in..nibs Mecca has been a big slave
mart, traffic in children especlallj being coiubine,i with ieligi >us i eiemon
les  by   pious   .Moslems.
Then in Somaliland tin .Mad" Mul \
lab whose madness is akin to genius��� is giving the Brlth h troops such
a time that the authorlth s are di -
mayed and talk of abandoning the
faithful tribes of the coastline to thi Ir
fate.
This wavering���after twelve yean
of warfare that has cost thousands of
lives and millions of ibdlais- has
sti uck terror Into the hearts Of the
irien.lly natives and Indignation Into
the minds of British colonial enthusiasts at home unit abroad.
It is a bad outlook bu these friend-
lies, for tlie Mullah has sworn to fla)
them for aiding the infidels, And ii
tlie Liberals order a withdrawal it
may be a bad tiling ior tbem, too, tor
the imperialists will use the retreat
as a political cry, polnrhig to the loss
of British prestige in Abyssinia and in-
deed throughout the Moslem woi id. it except Monday, direct foi
is most Important to keep British in-1 ss. .loan leaves Vam
fluence strong in Abyssinia, as during p, m. daily except Sunday :    S
"���'���ti de  ���
Cheap i ite to all pol
t hi ee  monl lis.    Ticki ts
9; June 2, 17 and .'I.
tion, etc., apply  to
ED GOULET, C. 1'
Ol    tO
C   H. FOSTER, A. Q, I'.
i
CANADIAN PACir/t
B.C. Coast SS.
I'lincess   Charlotte   leave
ver at  lo a.  m. daily excep
day tor Victoria.
I'i Incesa Royal daily at i
Princess   Victoria,   in  p.
���
the crisis following the Lmperor Men-
elik's death  there  is  sine  to  be a  big
Anglo-German struggle foi supremacy,
In Southern Nigeria a horde of rag-
Ing cannibals are giving tbe little native uiaiiison a hot time. The worst
tribe    in   the   business   occupies   tlie
Munehi country, where there has I u
constant   fighting   for   three   months,
Whal sleep the half dozen officers
have had has been mainly in their
clothes, ready for action. An expedition is now being titted out to give the
cannibals a drubbing that will hist
them  lor  a  year or  two.
Egypt Is full of sedition and tie
police of Cairo and Alexandria are
constantly on the track of plotters.
Drastic steps are preparing, bui thej
may be too bite to prevent an upheaval that  will shake the CQuntl \.
SS.   Quel n   City   leaves    i
Mondaj s at   5  p ,m.  for  Un! i
Comox.
ss   I'i in cess May leaves V i
at  1 1  p. m, May ���!. H and 2-i
ten days thereafter.
88.  Beaver leaves New Westl
at   8 ii.  in.   .Mondays.  Wed:,.
Fridays    for    chilliwack;    rei
leaves Chilliwack at  7 a. iii   T ..
Thursdays   and   Saturdays.
I
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The   New   Sternwhee'er
S.  S.  PAYSTREAK
-
-
Finally, there is tlie fnilder trouble Leaves Brackman-Ker Ml
that  ivory hunters are rapidly exter- pany's wharf, New  Westmli
minatiim   the   elephants.     Lasl   year passengers and  freight  as  I
they killed 17. i an.i sent out Ivory Leaves New  Westminster   I
worth nearly $3,000,000.   A movement Thursday and Saturday at s a. n,
is on fool to effect at, ac... ment be- ,.���;1V���S chilliwack  Wednesd
wee,, England, Germany   Prance and (!a% and 8unday .��� 7 ..   ,���
Portugal,  whereby  the  African    anl- First class passenger Accommodation
mals   may   be    safeguarded     within
reasonable limits. ROYAL city NAVIGATION CO.. Ui
New   Westminster.
KILLS   BEAR    IN    FIGHT.
Thrilling  Encounter  With   Bruin   End
ed   by   Blow   of   Axe.
Victoria.  May 9.���H,  1'.   Rutter, late
of  victoria,  and  al   present   at   Fort
George, so the Indians say, is a strong
man and worthy to be a great chief.
'l'he natives now pass him with an air
of reverence whenever they cross his
trail. And all because of an encounter with a big black bear.
Rutter* ls a transit man with Core
& McGregor's survey party on the Salmon river, where the bears grow as
big as the horses of Ayrshire. The
action of tbe frontier drama was very
early morning, and the weapon a surveyor's hand axe. Rutter was In advance of a party of six when he stumbled into a bear pit. He retreated
as quickly as a man could in Bbch a
priedlcami lit. and turned to tb.. | [|
of ,-i tree. The bear, fi Igiiteneil o il
of his home, popped out unfioil. e.
from  his hibernating quarters, made
a detour of the  s:   tie >,  and  came
face  to lace  witli   his disturber.
The meeting, says Rutter, savored
of the ridiculous, as the bear stood
up occasionally rubbing his eyes as
though not yel fully awakened, and
less than six feet away, Retreat I ir
Rutter was out of ibe question, with
his snow-shoes embedded and bush
partly surrounding him. Tiie bear
came on. Rutter clutched his axe and
tlie battle began.
Fencing with paw and axe contihui d
for quite ten minutes, when the man
and  bear went  down  In a   heap.
When tb" others of ihe party came
ui> they found Rutter In the embrace
of the bear, gasping for breath���but
the bear was dead. A post mortem
examination revealed that a blow on
the temple from Rutter's axe had ond-
ed the contest.
White Star���Dominion
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S.  LAURENTIC���
Triple   screw,   14,900  tono.
S.S.  MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,     14,900   tons,
largest   and    most    modern.
commodation  equal   to any  crossing  the  Atlantic.
The
Ac-
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. G O U L E T,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
stlmates Given.
Pilot
J. KEWSOME & SONS
PAINTERS,   PAPER HANGERS   AND
DECORATORS.
211 Sixth avenue   between Second ai
enue and Third  streets.
NHW  WESTMINSTER       - H &
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMEN'AL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
Where Is New West minster?
Just two miles from
EDMONDS
Thank  you;   and  where  is  Vancouver?
About nine miles from
EDMONDS
A beautiful situation;  one acre;  Jl.riOO;  easy terms.
A genuine snap In a 7-roonied house in choice situation'.
Just listed, 3 lots; below the market.   Quick for this.
Patterson Co'y
657  Columbia  St. Phone  698
Evenings   at   Edmonds���Phone  F  208 TUESDAY,   MAY   10,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACE SEVEN.
.A
ND REGISTRY ACT.
notice that an application has
l(je to  reglBter  Duncan Bell
,l,c owner in fee simple, under
gale |>ei d from  E.  A. Wilniol,
,.  ,,f  d\ ki s, to   Duncan   Bell
,'. rmg  date   tin   LStlj   day  of
, p    1907, of all and singular
la'l'n parcel or trkct  of land
situate, lying and being
trlcl  of New  Westminster,
��� ��� ,. ot  British Columbia,
oiv   known  and deserib-
| 0  Bi IBS Of the soulheasi
, .yon   18,   Township   ;;,
I   of 6th   Meridian.
tha ���   claiming through or
;   and   all   persons  claiming
. i iii tin said land by virtue
,,,, ������[, ed instrument, and
ion8 ,i. . ing any  interest in
,,i i.m,! b> den ent, whose title
re .isi-ced   i ��er the provisions
"Land Ren���**����� Act," are requir-
to contest the ��� a  a ot the tax pur-
mt bin fory li\a days rrom the
. tjjg j,,.)  publication of this
upon v ���,  and In default of a
,,,.   certifl ;,���,.   ,;f   .-. .   pendens
filed wl I In sue i period, or In
,' 0f .el in-.ptlon 11 tor.' reglBtra-
. ,, | ,.,- 1,  , f \i.ii   w!ll  be  for
.   ,.,.,] and i ebtirn d ''rom set-
, |   , |a||n   to 0'    I Jl   KSpeet   Of
land, 'ind  l  Bha.l    register
n   Bi II   Hall   as  owner  thotvot
\���d I her-'i y (ei -, that pub-
i tlila :.' ii >' tor thirty d tys
l,i ,iij newsp<\p i published In New
I        ter w li l e i""<l nnd suffic-
ser\ Ice th*i ��� ���'.
ltl a at tho I ��� nd Registry Ofiice,
,  tmin<���������!'. I'���'   'nee o< British
Inihia, this i-Oth aay of April, A,
WATER NOTICE.
Uli
11
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license iii the Westminster Division Of
New Westminster District.
ia) The name, address and occupation of the applicant: Frederick \V.
Smith, residing at South Westminster,
P. 0, address, New Westminster, B. C,
dairyman.
11>|  The name of the lake, stream or
source (if unnamed, the description
Is): an mummed spring, Bltuate on
Subdivision 12 ot Block 2, Section 30,
Block 5, No'th Range 2, west, New
Westminste' Dist,ict.
(c) The point of diversion: About
the centre of said Suddivision 12
(owned by J. E. Murphy).
uli The quantlt) of water applied
for (in cubic fi ei per second): One-
sixtieth  (1-60).
ie�� Tiie character of tin- proposed
works: A pri 'atp waterworks system
through a 1-inch pipe carried fro said
Subdivision T! te aj I i cant's property,
which adjoin*,
ifi The premlsfes on which the water is to be used (describe same):
Subdivisions 5 and 6 of Block 2, Section 30, Block 5, North Range 2, wei t,
New Westminster District.
1.1 The purposes for which the
water 11 to be used, For agricultural,
dairying and domestic.
ik) This  notice  was posted on the
.2nd day of May, 1910, and application
will be made to the Commissioner on
[tbe Rth day or June, 1910, at 2:30 p.m.
ill Give the names and addresses
of any i ip.n ian pi ipri< tors or licensees
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Notice  to  Contractors.
Tenders arc required for the lay-
inn and fcradiun of cement sidewalks
on Tenth Avenue, Hamilton Street,
London Street, Edinburgh Street, Lublin Stn ei. Seventh Avenue and
Eighth Avenue, all between Tenth and
Twelfth streets: also Tenth Streel be.
tween Sixth ami Tenth Avenues. Plan.
Pan la i ei n and specifications obeli y Hall, April 25, 1910.
talned from the City Engineer.
Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted, and any tender ac-
i epted to be conditional upon the passing of the Local Improvement Bylaw.
Tenders to be accompanied by a
marked cheque for five per cent, of
the amount of Tender an I marked
"Tender for Sidewalks." and di llvered
to the undersigned no* latei than 5
o'clock on May 23, 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
WEDDING WILL RESULT
IN RELATIONSHIP I
t*^nr'WtH,*i 'itv ���"- ������*��� r-r ^rsv*?*****? *
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When   Rose   Schultz   Becomes     Mrs.
Andrew Schultz, Schultz Family
Will Be All  Muddied Up.
WATER  NOTICE.
1!'
f'To ('
ga '
.bill
i    S   KEITH,
I Istricl  Registrar.
mada Pern am nt   Loan & S >v-
,, .   Oppenhelmer   Bro;.   Ltd.,
���    G. VV. Lelshman; J. W. Hew-
who or whotte land,   are likely to
atfi i ted by fhe proposed works, eitl
above or below the outlet: None.
P, W. SMITH.
Box 530, New Westminster, li.
C.
IT  PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE DAILY        NEWS
IfllllMEl
vf- ...
-!Ji.at\
QUL^C^ka'
ere  is no
t-n the St.
���j Quebec.
l 20th.
apply to
more attractive trip
Lawrence up to His-
Next   Empress sails
For i esei \ations and
ED. GOULET,
C.P.R. Agent
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block        P. O. Box 644
r
Westminster
ransf er Co.
Tbone US.      nam THone 137
Columbia  8treet-
P*K��Sge    dellverei    promptly    to
any part of the city.
ight and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St.. Foot of Sixth.
Notice Is h irebj given that an application w"l he mane under Part V. of
the "Water Act, IlK'.." to obtain a license in the South Westminster Division oi New Westminster District.
(o i The name, addn .-;s ami occupation of the applicant: J. E. Mut phy,
occupation, dairying and farming,
Un The nam,' ol the hike, stream
or source i it' unnamed, the di scrip-
tlon isi: Spring on Lol 11, Block 2,
Subdl > i lon of Lot  30.
(c) The poinl of diversion: At the
spring.
idi The quantity of water applied
for (In cubic fi et per second >: One-
eighth cubic foot.
(e)    The character of the proposed
Works;    Tank    al    spring,   pipe   trom
tank to dwi llli gs.
tg)   The   purposes  for
water   is  to    be    used:
dairying and  stock.
iki ThL notice was posted on the
30th day of April. 1910, and application will be made to the commissioner
on the 31st day of May, 1910.
ill Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands aie likely
to be affected by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet: j
None.
J, B. MURPHY,
New Westminster.
April 30, 1910.
which   ihe
Dwellings,
Baltimore, May 9.���A Chinese puzzle of complex relationship, with step-
fathei uncles, mother-aunts and step-
brothi i cousins galore, will be the
��� ���ne of the approaching wedding
Of Rose ('. Schultz, 41 years old, to
Andrew Schultz, 3D.
Loth parties to the contract  have
bei ii divorced, wliich somewhat com-
matters, and, In addition,    it,
was a case of sisters marrying broth-
i
With    the    aid  of a few formulas
permutations and combinations,
theory of cubic equations, the relationship of tlie sine to the secant of
'!, ��� unknown quantity and the laws of
Involution, the problem of deti rminlng
the 11 latlonshlps is quite simple,
'lids mathematical romance   began
the marriages of Andrew Schultz
to   Lottie  Whitman,  and     his  brother,
John Schultz, to Rose c. Whitman, a
ter, They were then double brothers in-law and double sisters-in-law to
i . li other.
Of the first marriage there was one
; m and of the second two sons and
a daughter, These children had uncles
and aunts by marriage and also by
bl ii d, and the uncle or aunt by marriage was at the same time an uncle
' aunt by blood, being a double relationship.
Subsequently both the marriages
were annulled; Then Andrew Schultz
became engaged to Mrs. Rose C.
Schultz. the former wife of his brother. This is tlie marriage scheduled
for next week. By this means he be-
comes her husband-double-brother-in-
law, and she his wife-double-slster-in-
law. The children of both former mar-
riages will all be brought into one
family.
These children were already double
cousins. By the marriage they will
become double - cousin - stepbrothers
and double-cousin-stepsisters. The
father of some of them will also be
the double-uncle-stepfather of the
rest, and the real mother of part of
the family will be stepmother-double-
aunt to the rest.
��0U <Jtt your money's worih when
you buy ML Pare Paints because
(hey better protect the surface
they cover, and they cover more sar^
face to the gallon.    They do protect
better, because they contain a special
mgWN
'fKftf^
ingredient that nearly doubles the life of *t\?&ty
these paints as compared with other hinds      ___i
m
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TT   Pure Taints
coVe
T
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DISTRICT COUNCIL.
vz-vr3xi:z--issr; ������*/smm i;.ii~5��3_HSfiK.a��r2S^
"YOU  NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to our office (Very 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
ri Bult- good coal in your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone is in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 16.
Coal procured here is crackajack coal, however secured.
TANK NOTICE that an application
has been made to register the Corporation of the Township or District of
.-a,, :ey as the owner in fee simple, un-
du a ')';.:���: Sale Deed from the Reeve
and Clerk of the Corporation bf the
1owr.frtip or District of Surrey to the
Coi p ii ai'i > of the Township or Dis-
Ict of Surrey, bearing dates of the
21st day of October, A.U.. 1905 and
31st day of December, A.D.. 1901, of
ill and singular that a itain pare< 1
or tract of land and premises situate
ilying and being In the District of New
, \\'c stminster, in the Province of Brlt-
i.'. cSlumbla; more partlctilarl? known
; and described as: Lot 1 In subdivision 24 of block 1 of section 30, block
11 5 north, range 2 west; hns 8 to 17,
Inclusive, ol subdivision 23 of section
16, block 5, north range 2 wesl: lots
15 to 2L Inclusive, block 14 of south-
They cover more because they are made
of pure materials of best quality, in the
proportions taught by seventeen years
paint-making for practical painters; and
they are ground ri^ht and ixihctl perfectly   with   the   ri^ht   kind   of   oil.
Forty colors for interior cr.d exterior
Work of eVery sort. . Made by Imperial
Varnish & Color Co., Limited, Toronto
ANDERSON & LUSBY
Agents for New West
minster and District.
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Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street
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SURREY.
The council met in the Town Hall,
Surrey Centre, on Saturday, .May 7,
the Reeve and all the members being
present.
Communications wore received as
follows:
From Ironside, Rannie &. Campbell,
re moving their plant off tlie limits
of the Clover Valley road at Cloverdale. saying the matter would receive
piompi   attention.    Received.
From .1. 11. O'Neill, superintendent
of the G. N. Ry., re putting in a cross-
ing on the Hall's Praliie road north
of Cloverdale, saying it wifI be necessary to get a regular permit for this
crossing which will take some little
time, but that they would hurry it as
much as possible. Also in reference ���
to putUng in a flood box at South)
Westminster, sa. Ing if tho council
are satisfied that the culvert which
will  be  put   in will  he sufficient to
take tare of all the water at time of i
east  quarter section  4, township  9,   flo_d    a     QQm arrange to have lt
lots 6,6, and  i, In subdiv sion -������ of   constructed and askln   t0 be tuniish..
section  16,  block  o. north   range 2 i   �� d t   be   d
west; lots 22 and 23, m subdivision
23 of section 16, block 5, north range
2, west; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8, 11,
L2, block i of lot 387A, group 2; lots
2 to 6 .inclusive, block 11 of southeast quarter section 4, township 9;
lot 5, block 3 of lot  387A, group 2:
lot 38, Mock 2 of; lo,  387A, group Ji ,      ; lmprovement plan. Clerk
has 21 22,  dock 3 o��^southeast quart- ^^^ to ^ that %vll0I1 a legai
er section 4   township 9   lots M; presented signed   by  a
block ^ o   routhe^st quarter section  \ %      v     ^   ^^A
���I.  township   9;   lot   22,   b.ock   1
RATES:
Room $1   p?r 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 mtside rooms, with hot and cold
water, stoam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats
The Daily News will be Kept on Ale
ln our reading room.
CiRLF/^ON   flTT.R^^T   Mr
DO YOU KNOW
Some people do not.
That   we   are
The   Sherwin Williams
Co's Agents
So if you want to know
about their products call
at
KIRK'S HARDWARE
Columbia Street
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vise 1 when the work  will be started
so that he can  properly  advise the
section foreman.    Received.
From  W. J.  Kerr wishing to know
if the council  intended  to  take any
j action on the petition to macadamize
the Lattimer road with crushed rock j
! on the local
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Six lots and a 14-room house on Third street between Third and
Fourth avenues.
$6,275
'1 Cash; balance 6, 12 and 18 months at 7 per cent. There is
no better buy than this in the city. The land is all under cultivation and in addition to the house, there is a two-storey stable with
accommodation for six horses.
SURREY
$2,200 for 10 acres, house  and barn; 5 acres cleared.
Sl
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"tout-ship I value of the lands to be benefited and
southeast quarter section 4. township   ,,,���':,".,:; '.,,,, ,���
:, in 519; lot 28, block 16 of s uitU- .* < l.'i'.61' "l ���>;:';"   .'������^ ,l
cover  llu
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ARTIST'C  MANTELS���STAIR  RAIL-
I'MGS���ALL     KINDS     OF     WOOD-
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     EST!
MATES   SUPPLIED
W TMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
east quarter section 1 township 9.
Vou and those claiming through or
��� Under you and all persons claiming
J: anv interest in the said land by vlr-
j! tac ol  any   unregistered  Instrument,
��� and all persons claiming any [nteresl
J in the said land  by descent,  w
title Is not registered under the provisions ot the "Land Registry Act."
I are required to contest the claim of
the  tax   purchaser   within   fort; Elvo
,   iron   the  clay   of  the  flrsl   pub-
[0 | of tl is noi ne uprfn voi
' in default of a
_!�����     WORKS
n
J.   BROOKES,  Proprietor
-orner  Eleventh  nnd Carline.
PHONE 473
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aass wiiiim Him in Baj3^.caBOBBnBaKascBaaBraEnBaB]
, Mutton, ��eaB9
ork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
P. Burns & Co.
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645 COLUMBIA STREET.
bi
preliniiuai y costs of the engineer am
the submission of a bylaw, the coun-!
cil would be plased to undertake thej
work-, but that they had not the power !
to dp so until tho requirements of the |
bylaw had been complied with.
From A. J. Hill; O.E., submitting
tor aproval a plan of a proposed subdivision of a portion of Section ^0,
Block 5, N. K. 2 \V.   Received.
From 11. Fisher, as owner of proper! v in Section 20, racing on the Now-
i ��n r��a?' wi���8h!n8 t0 *aw*\ {h0'.
or certificate council Intended to oi en up that por-
i  l,'! 'm,i ���,_i���","rli i'"U of the road as it was liU Inten-
f lis pendens be,n;   He,   witnin.  . ^    property.     He-
period,  or in  default of redemp lon ^ ^^    ��     ^^
be{ore registration, you and eacli oi .
>���"�� w"i "" U'vlll Till^alm fo Ton motion R. S. In. lis. J.l'., was an-1
barred from setting up anj  claiin^oj        ^  r  mem})er ot the    licensing
hoard in place of Mr. Churehland, resigned.
Moved by Councillor MacKenzie, i
seconded by Councillor Keery, tbat,
the Comt of Revision on the Assessment Roll bo held in tin- Town Hall,
Surrey Centre,'on June 2d, tit HI
a.m.. the court to consist of the reeve
and Councillors Mackenzie. Murphy,
Keery and Inglis, and that the Assessor arrange the appeals in the order
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Limited.
|or in res; eet of the said land, and 1
i shall  register The Corporation of the
.Township   or   Districi   of   Surrey   as
owner thereof In fee.   And 1 hereby
���order  that   publication  of  this notice
tor thirty days in a daily newspaper
published  In Now  Westminster  will
'bo good and BUfflfctent service thereof.
Dated at  the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 29th day of March, A. |
D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To David Miller, William A. McCallum, Angus Mclnnes, T. O. Stark, William Davis, Henry Fraser, Henry
Kells, Harold Ponsford, Allen Spiers
George Stone, Robert Lyness, Mar. ar
et O. Cooper, John Roberts
Hosking, Hugh T. Crossley
Hunter.
TENDERS.
Tenders  are  called fo
ijjj the corner of Sixth and Carnarvon
streets and must be sent in not later
than 12 o'clock noon on Wednesday,
May 11, 1910.
Specifications can he seen at tho
ollice of the Dominion Trust Com-
panv, Columbia street.
T. R. PRAUSON.
New Westminster, May 7, 1910.
of their receipt and post them accord
ing to law.    Carried.
On  motion   .,100  was  appropriated
i for the Cbrlstophersou road; $100 for
jt.be Beecher road and $30 for tbe Law-
I ranee road,  Ward  5.
VIM. u        On   motion   $500   was   appropriated
Richard 'from the general account to improve
lohn E. ' t'16  Campbell   River  road  from    the
i Semiahmoo trail to the Coast Meridian
^^^^^^ I In lieu of closing tbe bridge on Camp-
���  bell river.    V��MSl|RH||
i On motion $500 was appropriated
I from the general account to secure
excavating  gravel for Ward 4.
On   motion   accounts  were   passed
and cheilites issued for $1825.05.
Tbe council then adjourned to meet
again on Saturday. May 21, at 1 p.m.
j    South    Westminster     property    is
ihandled hy Hale Bros, and Kennedy,
Ltd.   Call in and see them, nnd they
wlll put before you some good things.
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Noticed
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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, Term* Easy.
4mikWa****afp*******T^rWmt^
The Craig Realty Co
Room   8,  Thomson   Block.
New Westmlster, B. C.
Phone  629
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY,   MAY   10
1910
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For quick delivery of express  and
baggage, phone Wm. Medley, 421. **
SCREEN DOORS
and WINDOWS
All   Sizes  and   Prices
and  See Our Stock
Ci
Anderson
&
Lusby
Special services will be bold in
Holy Trinity cathedral at two p, in.
on the day of the late King Edward's I
funeral, when the burial service will A short musical program will pre-
lie read by Kev. Canon d'Easum. Ven-] cede the performance of "Trial by
eralde Archdeacan Pentreath, of Van- Jury," wbicb is to be given in the
couver. and the rectors ol' St. Harna- Burnaby  municipal ball  this evening
COLUMBIA STREET.
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NOTICE.
Take notice that I. Grace Cruick-
slianK, of .Matsqui, B.C., farmer's wife,
intend to apply to the Commissioner
of Lands and Works. Victoria, for a
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on and under llie following described  lands'.
Commencing at a post marked
Grace Cruickshank's, on N. E. corner
set of tlie Section line between Section 28 and 20, Tp. 10, Xew Westminster District, about 10 chains north
of the S. E. corner of Section 2ft;
thence south one mile; then west one
mile; then north one mile; then east
one mile to the point of commencement; 010 acres.
GRACE CRUICKSHANK,
Matsqui,  April   18,  1910.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
has and of Sapperton will give short
addresses, while music appropriate to
the occasion will be rendered by the
choir,
For a pleasant cool drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. ** I
I
While  in   Seattle  last   week   Mana-'
ger Harry Tidy, of the Opera house,
made  arrangements   for   ifle   produc-:
lion here on or about June 15 of tho
well   known   comedy,  "Cousin   Kate,
tbe   play   in   which   Ethel   I'.ai i;. more
made her great reputation.
i
Panama hats cleaned, and blocked.
Plume R 278, Royal City Cleaners and
Dyers. **
Tlie Pliilathea club will hold its regular monthly meeting at tlie home of
Mrs. Robert Armstrong, 621 Third avenue, at seven thirty o'ciock this evening.
Phone 121 for prompt delivery express and baggage. **
Mainland Temple Xo. 14, Pythian
Sisters, yesterday evening entertained
about forty of the Grand Lodge officers and representatives of the Grand
Temple convening in Vancouver on
Wednesday and Thursday. After an
exhibition of floor drill and exercises
by the Westminster Sisters, a social
time was spent, ice cream being
served. The visitors returned to Vancouver on a chartered car at eleven
o'clock.
under the direction of II. R. Hill. The
curtain rises on the ever popular
operetta at  eight  o'clock.
I love
Special"
my pipe,
cigar.
but,
"Oh!  You Solo
a*
A plan for the formation of a Fraser river motor boat owners' club is
being seriously considered by a number of local enthusiasts. The scheme
includes the construction of a boat-
house on tlie riverfront between
Eighteenth and Twentieth streets.
Try
filled.
"Solo  Special' cigar,
Magistrate
shortly on a
Corbould     is
trip to Europe.
Havana
**
leaving
Express and Baggage.
Medley,  421.
Phone Wm.
*���
It has not yet been definitely decided to run the Coquitlam pipe line
through the asylum farm as requested
by that institution but in all probability it will he done. The actual
route to the city would be shorter
and the water would be a great convenience to the farm.
There's
cigar.
quality   in   "Solo
Special
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For  spring
phone Davies'
To   Furnish
Fales.
plants  or  cut  flowers,
Greenhouse. R208.      **
an  Office,   see   W.   E.
Edward Hoult, of this city, has received notice that he has been granted patents on steering gear for airships. Mr. Hoult has been working
on   tbe   invention   for   some   months
and he is confident
commercial success.
that  it  will  In
More than one are investigating the
merits of this school and they rind it
truly a business scliool. Xo need to
look further, as we have the best facilities for gSvJng lou,r students a
thorough   business  training.
REMEMBER. WE ARE OPEN FOR
DAY SESSIONS THE ENTIRE YEAR.
A. L. BOUCK,
610    Columbia    St.
Principal,
Simmers' "Toronto 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.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcies for Dailies from J12./5
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
15.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Klgin
WatcbeB.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IX���    '
THE DAILY NEWS
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Removed to
DEANE BLOCK
Four doors east of Bank of
Montreal, where the same careful attention will be paid to all
prescriptions and orders as>
heretofore.
COLUM RJ A STREET
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
T. H. Hutcheson, who has been appointed provisional secretary of tlie 'great demand.
Westminster Y. M. C. A., is expected j
to arrive in this city to commence his
work about the end of the present
week. Mr. Hutcheson's initial duties
will be the collection of the first installment of the amounts subscribed
for the establishment of a Y. M. C. A.
in this city. Although he has not been
selected for that reason, Mr. Hutcheson is an ardent lacrosse follower,
and occasionally handles the gutted
stick,  though not in  senior company.
A payment of $25 procures a lot In
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
&  Kennedy,  Ltd.    These lots are in
A large tract of land lying between
the Fraser River mills and the ciM
I was purchased by the Dominion Trust
.company on Saturday for $185,000.
.The property fronts on the Fraser
and the C. P. Et. line runs at the
.back of it. The trust company
'bought it for a syndicate, the person-
i nel of which has not been divulged.
Tlie popularity of the midday lunch
at tlie Royal Cafe grows every day.
It is served from twelve to two, with
quick service, ���*
It is just twelve months ago today
since the body of an unknown woman was found in a glade at Burnaby.
Although Inquiries concerning thc victim of an unsolved tragedy have been
received by the police from all parts
of the Dominion since that time, no
light has ever been shed on the identity of the unfortunate.
See J. A. Motherwell for Fire, Accident and Automobile Insurance.
Room 4, .Merchants Bank Building.
Phone 591. **
Spring   is   here���how   about   those
(plants   for   the   gardfen?     Tidy,   the
| Florist,  can  suit  you to  a  T  in  anything in that line. **
The B. C. Gazette yesterday issued
an "Extra" containing the official announcement of the death of the king.
Henry   L.   Edmonds   lias   been   appointed police magistrate for the three
i months during which Magistrate Cor-
; bould will be away.
Mr. and Mrs. John Reid left yesterday for a trip to the old country. Ireland will occupy the attention of the
tourists most of the time, although II
is their intention to visit places of
interest in England as well, with
probably a side trip to the continent.
All   feats  as  to  the quality of the !
Hassam  pavement   were  set  at  rest;
yesterday when   workmen  removed  a;
block   of   the   new   paving   from   in
front of George Adam's grocery store
on   Columbia   street.     Although   the
pavement had been down only a few
days  it   was  found  to  be as  hard as
flint ancl it took the men till clay to j
dig it  up.    The  block   was  taken   up I
to allow  some sewer and  water con- [
nections to be made.
Have you a house for sale?   I have:
the   buyer.     S.   Fader.     Phone   712.
Dean   block,   opposite   Bank  of   Mon-j
treal. **
Anything in our line 10 to 20 per
cent,  saved  for  you.    Fales.        *'s
Rev. C. W. Brown, pastor of Queen's
avenue Methodist church, has not yel
officially asked the ladies of the con-
gregatlon to remove their hats 'during the services, but many of the
ladies have responded to the agitation
made a short time ago and on Sunday night there were many present
without millinery.
Mrs. Jane MacLennan, of Vancouver, returned home yesterday after
spending the week-end in this city,
the guest of Mrs. Shadwell, Sixth
street.
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
Knitted Cotton
Underwear
Complete  In  every   detail   is our range of Wonions,  Misses and  Children's    Cotton    Underwear.
carry Watson's Well known underwear, a  sufficient  guarantee of   iis perfection in quality, fli an
The   warm  weather   is   increasing the demand, so we mention   a   lew   special   lines:
Out  Size   Undervests  and  Drawers, Lisle Threat Vests in  plain   or  lace  trimmed  Styles;Plali    Jotton
Undervests, Umbrella  Drawers, Combinations,  Nazereth  Waists, Bands, etc.   All qualities.   Spec     s\im.
ing  this  week. .
ID
G
20 Dozen  Women's  Wash
Belts, 25c Each
By  all means  the  nicest   Wash   Belts  ever  shown  at   the  price
in the city; a special purchase made ln one of the American clth
enables us to offer more than  ordinary   value.    Belts  are  made
of strong wash materials with   embroidered   designs;   detachable
Pearl buckles. All sizes, ^_ to 28.   special this week, 25c each.
Children's
a
Print Rompers
50c Each
Hark colored pi Inl  n
for the small children
ei B  such   as   l 111 bi    ai e
thing    for    rough    and
wear     and      sa\ e     the
dresses.    Bach,  50c.
Iti'
bt
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grow
thea
forjj
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is M
lMt
NEW YORK SAILORS
Fashion's    latest    bit,    best describes   these   large   sailors.     All  Tuscan���Tuscan   with   black   '
and velvet  bands In old  blue, geranium, black, and pastel green   might be mentioned as being
tlie  popular   styles.
COARSE PANAMA HA TS
SPECIAL, 75c EACH
Shades   suitable   for   drapes and  scarfs  shown  in   natural  straw  and  complete  range  of CO
The  newest ideas   find  a place  In  our   millinery  section.     Every daj sees Bome new creatloi
new trimming, etc.    These   Panama hat shapes are exceptionally popular.    Each, 75o.
mv
ls
view
Japan
hood oi
trade, tl
amountl
000,000 '
of a M
Canada'i
Japs*. <
yesi*��
only
.ti
W. S. COLLISTER & CO
THE STORE FOE WOMEN'S WEAR.
Iii
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LEES LIMITED
^^jdS^iffiEssass^ffiSH
10 Acres extra good land, 3
acres cleared; seven roomed
house, bath ancl pantry, hot
and cold water. One mile
from electric tram. Price
$3500. Terms, $500, balance
easy terms.
APPLY TO
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
This is the Month we
give you a handsome
Cash Refund
upon every   dollar,
| cash payment, on new
purchases.  Take advantage of it.
Our  great   stock   is   now  at   its best.    New Carpets, Rugs,  Linoleums,    New    Curtains,    New    Draperies.
Consult our Mr. Collls Wood, late of N'ew York, If yon wan! any suggestions as to proper hangings and
combinations.   No extra charge.
We Furnish Your
Home Corrcpiete
^_______m^d,imE
t    *i
S"CSS^!I!'..^S2Z SOE^ESSa
fave you a house for sale?    1 hav ,,.-.���... .. .    .,            ,   , -.,������      ,
tbe   buyer.     S.   Fader.     Phone   71 u. ^__mmM^^lE^Min^__ll
Iran   block,   opposite   Hank   oi    Mon
rea'
IWfcVaW&Eifttf
Rev. A. Dell. Owen is on a Bhort
holiday to Capllano.
All proceedings in the county court
have been suspended until Wednesday
on account of tbe death of King Edward.
See Fales for Bed Lounges. Guaranteed goods at prices cheaper than
the cheapest. **
The May Day committee will meet
In the City hall tonight to decide when
to have the postponed May Day
dance.
For Geraniums, Dahlias and all !
kinds of Spring Bedding Plants phone I
Davis'  Greenhouse,   It  208. **
itMi'iWBiWi-iV*'.'^''
Discovered   at   Last.
After  years of experimenting,  the
problem of long life and good  health !
hag   been   discovered.    It   consists  of
eating  good  clean   food,  cooked   in  a
tasty    and    appetising    manner,   and j
served   properly   by   competent   help, I
The  Bohemian  Cafe is recommended
as being the only cafe In town coming
up  to   these  requirements   with   the
prices  reasonable.  Opposite  C.  P.  R.
station,  Columbia Btreet. **
ater lr rootage
ABOUT 400 FEET ON   NORTH   ARM   FRASER   INSIDE
CITY   LIMITS    IN  THE   WEST   END.
Only $25,
LOTS   ON   SIXTH   AVENUE
THESE ARE RIGHT ON THE CUTOFF. SOME FACE
ON THE EBURNE TRAM LINE. THEY ARE 53 x 125
FEET TO  LARGE LANE   AND   EASILY  CLEARED.
Only $550 Each
$200   CASH,   BALANCE. 6 AND  12 MONTHS.
CITY BROKERAGE CO.
442 Westminster Ave, Vancouver, B. G.

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