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 C, W'i,atiVe "^/%/
White Rock
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
hjLUMl
jUMBER 128.
Camping   s
"WHITE   ROCK," THE PLACE
WHITE, SHILES & CO  \
NEW   WESTMINSTER. %
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NEW WESTMINSTER, 11. C, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 30. 1910.
EIGHT PAGES.
PRICE FIVE CEt>
JAMS CONSTRUCTION
L Commenced Yesterday
L Port Mann -Big Force
[{Men Being Secured.
GOVERNMENT NOT TO
CHANGE REGULATIONS
L       |8 morning the first shovel-
1     '   un c.  N.  R. construction
e liver will  be Ufi id,
jo! dlrl
Ik icros
���      .,���>���   ceremony;   this   being
i ,'ogue all over the Mac
T;J j ;,;.    n  lines.    Neither ot   the
r are fond of pomp or
aml when they decide to build
. ���   ,       p| lined   til   llu   SO   Willl-
[ 11 the world to witness
I. .   lirst sod.
ltl)ai v.,       ��� Porl Mann, the Pa-
bead(|u��rterfl   of   the   Canadian
i commenced yesterday,
( e of men commenced
to the shore line, aboul
nils   east   nf   tbe   old
qIU bet wren Bon Accord and
.���;     ti r   bridge.     Foreman
eon   is  in   charge  of
work.
Start Ahead of Time.
|e tgreeim in   between   the  Catia-
|v rt]      and the provincial gov -
L,: tor the commencement
i work by tbe llrst of
.ar.tli' Is In order to comply with
....   ���       thai   work   has   been
nub  the  intention   is  to
Recent Order Governing Disposal of Railway Belt
Lands is Held Back.
BIG GAME EXPECTED
ON DOMINION DAY
Champions Will Have Strong
Twelve to Pit Against
Con's Brigade.
COMING THIS VEAR
i
it-'
The regulations for the disposal ol
the remaining governmenl lands In
the railway belt, which were to have
gone Into force on July 2. win nol
come into effect then, and not until
the government Is prepared
them Into force.
Dominion Lan 1 Agent John McKen-
'���'" yesterday received a telegram
from onawa iii which it was stated
thai the regulations were nol to apply
until further notice. No reason tor
the postponement is given.
The announcemenl wlll probably
ca ise Borne change In thi plans of
landseekers who have been waiting
for the time to an ive    when    they
''" ;l '  enter  for  land  in the railwaj      However, Sandy may miss his trai
'"'"���    I*   was   expected    thai    there or get a job at Kamloops or sign with
would  be quite a  rush  at   the  local  the Nationals, and in that case Hugble
offlce, but thai will come later. will  take  bis place in goal and the
The regulations which are not com- whole defence will be shifted back
i;iu i"1" force make provision for one. putting long Bill Turnbull on
homesteadlng and preempting land In third defence, and leaving Doughey
the railway belt The lands are di- Spring at center. In that case Latham
vided into several classes. Bench will go on to fill the hole in the scor
land is that which is not more than ing division, playing outside home,
L'.iiOO feet above the sea level j while the others are moved out one.
and  not   ordinarily  affected   by   blghjc. Spring will be right on the job at
The chances of the Salmon Bellies
taking the gri al game from Vancouver on Dominion Day look good even
with the absence of Cray, and they
will probably look betti r tomorrow
to put|morning, for Indications point, to
Sandy's return to lake his old place
between the sticks, it Sandy arrives
the team to face Vancouver will be
practically the same as that which
swamped Con's home brews al the
last game. Jimmy Gifford will not
1 Lay, and Hughle will be given a
chance In the held against the redoubtable Bones Allen, the man with
tin heavy action and the get-there
tactics.
However,
W. J. Kerr Studies Crop Conditions in Middle West
During Business Trip.
"Crop eon litions in Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alberta are much
more favorable than is generally supposed at the coast, and. barring early
frostjs  and  hailstorms,  which  cannot,   thi
TIRES THREATEN
ONTARIO TOWNS
OLD PUPILS H0N0KJ
PRINCIPAL STRAMBERG
Fort  William   So  Clouded Graduates of High   School
With Smoke That Street
Lights Are Necessary.
Give Teacher Funds For
Trip to Europe,
!"' guarded against by human agency,
the western provinces should show
an immense increase in wheat yield
this [year," remarked \V. ,1. Kerr, bead
of tlle real estate an.l investment firm
of W, J. Kerr, Ltd., yesterday, In a
convlerBation with The News.
Accompanied by Harrison Hunter,
formerly of Chicago, but now connected with W. J. Kerr, Ltd.. Mr. Kerr lias
just returned from a two-weeks' visit
to the prairie country. Part of their
time was spent in Winnipeg on business for the firm, but considerable
attention was paid to the country districts, stops being made at over a
dozen places en route on the way
back.
Mr. Kerr not only stopped off at
towns, but drove out many miles in
the country in order to gain first hand
Information from the farmer. One
Sunday  he  drove   fifty   miles  in  the
Fort William, June 2!).���Forest fires      An event of great interest to many-
are threatening towns in this vicinity, of tlle residents of New Westminster
and   Fort  William  is    clouded    with  and m:l"-v of tllose wl"> lived here af.
smoke, it being necessarv to turn on I some  lorn:er time took place yesterday when II. M. Stramberg, principal
gjj. I of the New Westminster High school,.
out ] was   presented   with  an  address  am��
big street lights this morning.
The fires are getting wors > a
ver mountain, twenty miles
Scores of men, women and children
fought the flames all last night and
could not put them out. The fire is
near Mackie & Taylor's camps and
making great headway toward Silver
mountain, which is inhabited by 300
people.
Mackie & Taylor intend making a
raft to load the horses and camping
outfit on if they cannot extinguisti
the lire.
People are getting nervous.   There
a purse by the old graduates of the
school. To be a graduate of the Digit
school here means to be an ex-pupil
of Principal Stramberg, and consequently yesterday's meeting was at
representative gathering of all those
who had passed at one time or another under the instruction of Mi-
Stramberg.
Judge  Howay's Compliments.
The function took place in the kindergarten room of the Public school.
has been no rain for four weeks and  . u^e  Howay  read the address, and
everything is as dry as tinier.
MANUFACTURERS OPPOSE.
right along with the construe- water.    A homesteader could lib- on
I not 1 erely comply with the twenty acres of land of this descrip-
technicality by turn- tion in ihe toast division and in addi-
;:       relful of soil. tion. by paying certain fees and per-
Fifty Men at Work. forming  certain   duties,  be could  pre-
fifty  men   will   be  at   work empt an adjoining twenty acres.
I   .          force will be Bteadily     The  other   lands  in   the  province
].- -niiiion   A. enl   C.   V. wit,,   subject   to   different   conditions
kmlngs ls nt   present  hiring  men of settlement according to their [oca-
IVii.   ivi       and   will   ship   them tion and desirability.
.   ivei In dozens anu bcoi  s 	
Dow on until a sufficient number Seeks Men in Great Britain.
inside home and important developments are looke-1 for. Longfellow will
not play.
The Vancouver team will be the
strongest Con has scraped together
yet.     He   has  cast  his  dragnet  over
Moose  Jaw  district,   where  some   of j confined
the   finest  of this
|en ha-, e lecured.
���   was  put
��� day three more 1 an-
|                  be   fixed   UP  for  the
Progress Should  Be  Rapid,
pe  Ni     ���       Construction    eoni-
���nta   ���        ������  awarded  the  om-
Iding   of   the   sixty
��� ��� Canadian Northern
from Port Mann up the valley
|t!.>- i 1-. river. The surveys
I ���" ne of this section were
l; ��� months ago.    Owing
j tlvel)   llghl  nature of
| .   k I done or, the first sce
nt bIhj  miles of the road ii  is
rted thai rapid progress wiil be
-i   ;      li    so    that    within    a
t'  there    ould be a big showing
I t pe :��� ������ med.
���   Northern railway In
Bll  I i 1   is   known    as    llie
ladim n thern Pacific railway In
ttgreer ��� entered Into with the
I' ��� 1   its  construction  an 1
IUii ,,r the Canadian North-
Pacini    iilway  which  arc   guar-
|N by tl ������ government
Toronto.  .lune   29. ��� Uev.   Dr.   Mc-
np  yester-   Lan ii. secretary of the Home Mission
board of the Presbyterian church of
Canada, Is going to Great  Britain to
Becure men for home mission work
Ottawa, June 29.���That any  treaty
or   reciprocal   arrangement   between
the United States and Canada will be
to   natural   products   rather
years  wheat  was  than manufactures, is the opinion ex-
seen.     The   only   district   where   the   pressed at  Washington, according to
wheat  was  hardly   up  to expectation   an Ottawa man who has just returned
was around Lethbridge. from there and who had an interview
in addition to studying crop condi-  w-ith President Taft.
tions. Mr. Kerr did considerable mis-      The manufacturing influence is very
������   -.'    . ���   will   be  put' sionary work on behalf of the Pacific! strong,   and   manufacturers   naturally
up in green and white shirts on Sat-; coast generally and the Fraser valley ' object to any competition save under
111 day to try and put a different com-'in Particular, talkin
plexion on the league standing.
Griffith's eye is all right again and
Harry   Pickering   will   be   in   uniform
once   more,
the nets an
bis   first   appearance  of
O'Reilly and Hogan will
to
British Columbia ' the general tariff by manufacturers of
every man who would consent  to'other countries.
CHINESE RESIDENTS TAKE
KINDLY TO FIKEINSURANCE
have his attention drawn away from
wheat for a few minutes���no easy task
.      Bun   Clark   will   guard  *n Manitoba at this season of the year.
ul Sandy Cowan will make-    "What Is tlle  feelinS towards  the
coast in the middle west at present?"
inquired The News.
"Most of them intend to visit this
province  as   soon   as   they  can,  and
many of them propose making their
homes   here   within    the   next   few
I years,''    replied    Mr.    Kerr;     adding
Negotiations will be taken up in the
fall, probably at the end of September, and will likely be conducted both
in Ottawa and Washington.
of   a   protest
the
1 not
from
season.
plaj  on
Father
account
Time.
Ditchburn will referee and is expected to make a bigger hit than Bob
Dewar did on his last appearance.        ,,,,., ,        .....
Ryall's store'  ^e" see a lot ot Manitoba  money
here before this year is out."
LIQUOR LICENSE BYLAW IS
PASSED FOR THIRD TIME
Orientals   See   Advantages   of   System,
and  Pay  High  Premiums for Protection   on   Shacks.
FOR   UNLAWFUL COMBINES
The tickets on sale at
here are being disposed of in fast time ,	
.,.l-,l.,s<-. wanting seats-for toH^^ F|NE8 imposed
Will  have to  get  around  early  today ���"'
as there is expected to be a record
crowd.   Vancouver   estimates   placing
it as high as ten thousand.
The  Westminster players will put j
up at the Commercial hotel In Van- j
FLOCK TO SEE
MUI COUPLE WEDDED
Bly  Ceremony    at    St.    Andrews
iiurch When Miss Mazie Robert-
Son Becon 's Mrs. James Gifford.
'te <>' the most popular weddings
,h" Benson   took   place   at   St.   An-
w* church yesterday evening, when
"'s Stoddarl    Qlflord    and    Miss
e Robertson   were   pronounced
**-*��� wife in the presence of a
IHwembly of friends by the Kev.
��- Hi'tubison.     For   th 1   occasion
"'torch had been prettily decorat-
'��� "" Klrl  friends  of  the  hi ide,
lloril1 arch   and   a   bell   of   orange
's'"l!' in 1 lose.   boin. suspended
����>e altar.
we the ceremony the church
?; rendered "The Voice That
*m  O'er   Eden,"   while   after
, Hi-tlicim mib8 V|1SS Ul(, organist,
lfi'1;1 wedding march.
ltd ss' bride, wbo wore a white satin
*1"1 veil and orange blossoms.
Mstgted by Miss Julia Gifford,
'' 'hf groom,  who  wore  pink
""If M'il|
III
Pit
li ha
to match.    The groom
Hit!,1" ('ml"'l    bj    Alex.     Robertson,
jnfj '. "f the bride. Little Elsie Glf-
��� - "lei-e nt the contracting parties,
'' charming flower girl. George
Ul,l   Wliliain   Turnbull   acted
Though the Chinese race are gen
erally considered outsiders as far as
western methods of business are Ci II
cerned, when it comes to looking aite
their own interests they are quick to
adopt any western business feature
1 hat  lends towards that end.
Insurance is one of the things investigated and found good by the Chinese. In speaking to a News reporter
the other day, A. VV. McLeod, the well
known Insurance man, stated that a
gieat many of the Chinese residents
of the city were holders of lire Insurance policies. In some cases the premiums paid on their dwellings and
business bouses Is very high, even
as high us nine per cent, as their
buildings are generally cheaply constructed and in congested districts.
Tbey also take out some life Insurance, but tbey do not fully understand this class of business.
Mr. McLeod'S business, starting
eight  years ago as little more than a
side   line   to   bis   newspaper   work,
shows, iii its remarkable expansion,
the growth of the Insurance business
In this district. He has now the only
exclusive Insurance offlce In the city
ami his activities extend as far as
Kamloops and through all the Praser
valley. So great has llis business In
tbis 'direction  Increased  that   recently
be gave up his newspaper business
and now devotes his attention entire
lv  to  Insurance.
' Some Ol   the  kinds of  Insurance he
writes are nol dealt In by any other
agency In town.   Live stock Insurance,
a svstem wbicli has only during the
last' lew years atlaine I to favor With
the farmers of the province. Is Wl it-
ten by him, and by no other man In
the City. The same thing applies to
motor  boal   insurance.
The extent  to which  Mr.  McLeod 8
business   has  expanded   to  meet  the
ds of the growing City and district.
couver.
A letter was received yesterday
from the Montreal club stating that
tl team would leave Montreal on
.' ly 5 and would I e here on July 10.
< letter read "be In New Westmin-
s.er," but this is rot conclusive evidence that tbey wil put up here all
the time they nre on the coast.
Newport News. Va.. .Tune 29.���Presi-
dent Daniel B. Harris. General Manager   A.   B.   Andrews,   and  twenty-one
I members of the Southwestern Cnder-
BRYAN  COMING  BACK.
Montreal, -lune 29.���Hon. W. J-
Bryan, who sailed from Bristol on
June 24 on the Canadian Northern
Bteamshlp Royal George, is due to
arrive here tomorrow morning- At
one o'clock he is to address a gathering at the Y. M. C. A.
writers' association were convicted
here today in a magistrate's court of
unlawfully conspiring to control insurance rates In  this city  and were
Hotelmen   May  Put   Up   Fight   Befrre
Measure Compelling Them to Close
Earlier  Becomes  Law.
The council yesterday afternoon had
a busy session considering the liquoi
license amendment bylaw.   The bylaw tion in this city, and In that time
in bis proceeding remarks paid a higl>
tribute to the work accomplished by-
Principal Stramberg. He said that
most of the students did not realize
at. the time they were going to the
High school what a splendid foundation Mr. Stramberg was laying for
their after success in life. For his
part he had not realized it. He-
thought that the work Mr. Stramberg.
had done in being the only man teaching higher education in British Columbia for such a long time held a
unique position in not only teaching
many of those present hi^er education, but of also teaching their sons
and daughters higher education.
Regrets From Premier McBridj
The speaker regretted that the premier of the province, who is a iiaJU-
ate of the Westminster High school,.
could not be present, but he read a.
letter from him. expressing Ms great
regard for Mr. Stramberg and regretting that he could not make his ^inscription to the fund ten times as
large.
Judge Howay then read the adi;r��f-s
and handed the purse of Mr. Sti-in:-
berg, explaining that it was the wis'i
of the donors that he shouli use the
contents on a trip to the his'.oric
places of Europe, at the same time
informing him that he had been
granted three months' leave of absence.
The following is the address ami
the appended names:
The Address.
Dear Mr.  Stramberg:
For nearly thiny years you have
carried on the work of higher edtica-
flned $5(10 each,
pealed.
The cases were ap
STEWART'S  FOUNDER SAFE
Seward. Alaska, June 29.���Joseph
Laubner, F. K. Stewart and flve others
who were believed to have been
drowned during the storm
inlet last Wednesday night were found
by a partv of searchers at Point Possession yesterday.    The men encoun-  measure
was discussed at length and passed
for the third time. It is still necessary, before the bylaw comes into
effect, for it to come before the council to be reconsidered and finally
passed.
The great change from the present
law is in the hours of closing, the proposed amendment cutting down the
on Cook time of closing from 2 a. m. to 11 p. m.
It Is understool that the liquor men
are preparing for opposition to the
befoie it is declared law.
After the  meeting the  council  ad-
SOS Tl^hT^t .S  _,u���,d ,0 ,., Kuss,, ,,o:e, to,- lunch
shore In safety.
on the invitation of Alderman Smith.
Champion Lacrosse Players Who Have
and Who Will Hold the Minto Cup
very large number of pupils have been
under your care and instruction.
The influence which you have wielded upon the life and destiny of this
province can scarcely be estimate j.
Your old pupils all Tully realize that
whatever  measure of success in  life
(Continued on Page Five.)
AVIATORS EXCHANGE
COURTESIES AT MONTREAL
American   Takes   French   Count   fo��~
Aerial  Ride and Executes
Daring Evolutions.
p nic
1Othera
gift to the bride
nee set   with  pearls,
mild   an   ainetliyst
was
and
and
? . ron
til Wde,
IN Pin.
W1* lii'ii'i'1'""'1'" BUPP��f Wll�� served at.
Penue , ""' brlde'S parents, Third
lt.,1 ; ',fl" Which Mr. and Mrs. Gif-
|H.(|j('''"",|Mnl,><i by a number of
Idipy,' !':"'"n,|l to Vancouver, where
I"*'!n���,    ""' boa1 t��r Seal He, where
spent.
Ki
Aw^K F"ASED AT
waterways SETTLEMENT
.   '"fiilnii   1        7
01 m   '. June 20.���Under Secretary
Km,, ,, "1,,,u,'��   Seeley,   during   the
Km' ;,r,MKMa
is shown "by the fact that for licenses
to the city for ihe different companies
be represents more than .Sub per year,
and with the recent companies tor
which he has assumed the agency
the amount will be considerably increased. For most of the companies
he represents. Mr. Mel.eod is the
agent and not a sub agent, ami he
can consequently write the policies 1>
his ollice and ileal direct
head office of the company.
With   the
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statement for the
if-nt
��� expressed the govern-
gratlfloHtlon over the
the   water   ways   nnd
tho ttnuU?,tlon between Canada
Ln��t>il states.
Rfeai
nt
��i4ar|e8
fc-  of
GOLD  DISCOVERIES
EXAGGERATED IN ENGLAND
London, June 29.���Callera at
the British Columbia a^'"1
general's offlce In connection
With the reported gold discovery are numbered by seres
and there are Indications that
passenger    agents    are    Using
sensational reports ns e means
of  attracting  passengers.
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Peking from left to ^^J*!!. �� A
NEW    WESTMINSTER    LACROSSE
lower   row,  the   men
Montreal, June 29.���Count De Les-
seps, the French aviator, who came to
Canada to demonstrate the good
points of the tileriot monoplane, made
his tlrst trip this evening in a Wright
biplane. He did so on the invitation.
of Manager Knabenshue, of the
Wrights, the safe carriage of the
guest being entrusted to Brookens, the
most daring of the Wright aviators.
Brookens took the count up about
a thousand feet and thc flight extended far beyond the limits of the course.
I Including a reverse and a side dli>
I which took away the breath of the
big crowd on the ground and In the
grandstand.
As the count does not talk a word,
of English and Brookens cannot speak
a word of French, there was no extended conversation between the international aviators while aloft, but
when the ualr landed the count gave
i Brookens a hearty slap on the back
' which fully expressed Mb admiration.
of the skill of the American aviator.
Outside of this the program was confined to a couple of short flights by
the count in his Bleriot, some speed.
,ii cl. s iiv i.acnalie. anu a (light by
Johnson, both of the latter UBing the
Wright biplane.
The   competitive   features   of   the-
meet are hell in abeyance awaiting
the arrival of the Bleriot monoplane
on which the count depends fur success, the machines he has been uslnp;
I being of too small horsepower to admit of success In competing with tbe
I more powerful Wright biplane.
I     Not only has the count made firm
I fi lends of the Wright aviators, but he
1 has taken young Cromwell Dixon, the
boy  aeronaut,  who lost his dirigible
balloon on  Monday, under his wing.
He Is going to make a Bleriot opera
tor out of the boy, using the machine
j owned by James Carruthers, of Moo-
are:   Jimmy Gifford, George Rennle; Charlie  treal.    The count says the boy bas-
TEAM,    1910.
,e��� 1*. ���".,       -        art   Welsh   (Manager).  Punk  Wintemute, Len Turnbull, Hugh Qlf-j the nerve, as he showed by the nu��
Galbralth, Tommy Gifford^ACfP^^korina. W.'Turnbu.l,  Ed  Longfellow;
ford;
C'lff Spring
* ' .�����:?��nw*w
Buck Mar��hall, P<-te Latham, Lgement of his kllfated dirigible that.
1 he should make a great aviator.
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PACE  TWO.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
THL:
JUNE
Gassified Advertisements  REAL   ESTATE
STREET     IMPROVEMENT     DEBENTURE  OR   REGISTERED STOCK
BYLAW, 1910.
ave fi.st  been approved jin. to advance the same on the credit
a\e nisi  oc       ii iof the <jebentures or registered Btock
WANTED.
FURNISHED     HOUSE     WANTED���!
Family who can give llie best of j
references and win guarantee- ow:,-
cr against all damage, wants furnished house for a few months.
Applj by letter or personally to
J. A. h'., 614 Columbia street Tele-
pbone 170.
WANTED���LADY'S SADDLE HORSE
wiil broken and not afraid of tram
cars or autos. Apply p. o. Box :.
New  Westminster, B. C.
YOUNG     MAN
Apply   Allison,:
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
Fine large cleared lot on the widest
-������ In the city, witu a small cottage.    Price ' '. ������; ms.
Byiaw to enable the Council of the
City cf New Westminster to raise
by loan the sum of One Hundred
and Fifty Thousand ($150,000.00)
dollars   for   Street   Improvements.
..::.*:  .-. ..il   I     ^^^^^^^^
iy a :��� .of tlie Council.
7. This Bylaw si,all take effect on
day of .  and
cited as the "Street i.
Register! I ��
or
WANTED���SMART
for   general   store.
Port Hammond.
EXPERIENCED WOMAN WILL AS-
sist witli housework; no washing.
Reply to A, Care P. O. Box 269,
WANTED���A WAITRESS AT OXt'E.
Apply  Premier hotel. 131dtf
WA NTED���COM FORT A BLE ROO M.
wiih   breakfast.     Central   location.
Address P. O.  Box 795, City.
$90 per acre secures you 10 acres of
. od I lit l nd two and a I i es
tram line all cleared and ready for
the plow; J300 cash. : il-A
Fruit farm in Delta. Ten acres of good
land; all cleared, with good house
and barns; l'.jo bearing truit nets;
on good road. Pi ice $4,000. Good
erms. 17l'-a
Fort   George    Lands���20,000    ac^es���
being some of the best land in Central British Columbia, which is being sold rapidly in large and small! it   js   expedient
tracts.    On   very  attractive  terms. | taxation should
Call and get particulars.
WANTED���BOY TO LEARN I
lng and tlnsniithing.    Apply
&. McClughan.
Ll'.MB-
James
DOUBLE CORNER���On Sixth avenue
and Eleventh stieet; 132x132 feet,
with small cottage. Price $3,500;
$500 cash; balance on very easy
terms. 170-C
WANTED���10   GIRLS   OR   WOMEN
to work in laundry.    Wages 15 to
20 rents per hour. Royal City
Laundry, Royal avenue, west of
Eighth stieet.   li. Abrams, Mgr.
CITY���Third Avenue���Small house on
lot. size 54 x 120 feet. Price $1,500;
$300 cash, balance on easy terms.
(86-C)
the
I e
��� id	
Bylaw,  .
v This Bylaw bi ton
ing  then of, shall  receive tl ���
��� i   r by law.
Whereas, certain  s.ims  of    mone; .     .   assent of the <
have this year been expended  out of .,. day nf 1:-':".
the general  revenue  of  the city  toi       . lered and  finally passed in
the const   . tl >n, improvement and i .���of
;   li  ���>:  sl eeu and sld< walks, and i'   ;
is  expedient  that additional  sums i" 	
si ent   in   like   manner,  amounting   in NOTICE.
all  (with the sums already spent) to     Take notice  thai       e    bove   is  a
tiie  sum  of  One   Hundred  und Fiftj   -: ... . . pj i : the propi   ��� d Bylav '������-
Thousand  i$K".u.< .00)  dollars; will   be   taken   in'"   consldi
.And Wlieieas. it appeals that if the'the Municipal Council  ol   tbe Clt)   ol
..said sum of One  Hundred and Fifty  New   Westminster  one   month    from
Thousand ($150,000.00) dollars, be ap- the day of the first publication then
propriated  from  the  general  revenue  0t  in "tlie  'Daily   News''    newsp    ���
|ot the  city for the current year  the  which  first  publication  took place on
[rate of taxation will be excessive, and  the  13th day of .lune,  1910, and that
that   such   excessive  a vote of the electors of the city wlll
be  avoided,   and   tlie  be taken on the said  proposed  Bylaw
said  sum  should  be  raised    on    the on the l lib day of July, 1910, between
credit of the corporation, and that de- the hours of nine o'clock a.m. and lhe
bentures   or   registered   stock   certili- p.m. at the following places, name!)
cates  should    be    issued    for    that The Council Chamber, Civic Bu
amount; jthe   __-e   uiM_   g..; ; ,      a-   an,i   the
And   Whereas,  for the  payment  of Waterworks    Storehouse,      Eleveni
interest on the debentures or register- street.
W. A
DUNCAN,
City t lerk
in.
WANTED���A  GIRL  FOR  GENERAL
housework   and   plain   cooking.   Apply  11:5  Third  avenue.
City���An
size   of
$5,250;
ranged.
8roorr,ed     modern     house;
lot,    132x132   feet;    price,
$1,250   cash;    balance    ar-
FOK SALE
Apply i')i
FOR  SALE.
-JERSEY HEIFER CAEI:
Eleventh street.
of good land with 2,000,000 feet of
timber. No timber lease. $:j5 per
acre.   $2,000 cash.
FOK. SALE���TWO. GOOD. TEAMS
with harness, logging chain and
wagon.    Apply S. S., Box
lad.
FOK SALE���FIVE AND A HALF
acres, South New Westminster.
Splendid view of New Westminster.
%\2b per acre. Apply p. u. Box
250,  City.
BURNABY���Two lots Cose to store
and tramline. Price %'Miil each;
terms *4 cash and $10 per month.
^^L^oKoooiT&^cor
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
j ed  stock  certificates,  propose!  to  be
���issued  under  this  Bylaw,  and  for ere- j
atlng a sinking fund for the payment  city Hall, June ll
of the said debentures oi   r<   Istered 	
��� stock certificates when due. it will
be necessary to raise by special rate,
in addition to all other rates, each
year during tbe currency of the said
debent ures or registered stock certificates, the sum of Seven Thousand.:
Five Hundred and Ninety and 32-100
($7,690.32) dollars;
And   Whereas,   in   order   to   raise
the said yearly sum of Seven Thous-1   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
and, Five  Hundred  and  Ninety    and1      . ,    "       ~  . _ ,     , ���
32-100 ($7,590.32) dollars, an equal: Whereas the Board of School [Yua
rate on the dollar will be re- tees '" ,!'e City ol New Westmln.
quired to be levied on the whole nite-!stor liave <-';ulsei! t0 he Prepared and
able property of the City of New West-
SCHOOLS DEBENTURE OR REGIS-
ISTERED  STOCK   BYLAW,   1910.
A By'aw to enable the Council of the
Corporation of the City of New
Westminster to raise Dy loan the
sum of Ninety-seven Thousand. Five
Hundred ($97,500.00) dollars for
School   Purposes.
FOK SALE���TEN LOTS IN SAPPER-
ton; cleared and fenced; close to
car line. Only for sale within thb
next thirty days. Address A. H.
Tupper, Cunningham Hall, Sixth St.
FOR SALE���GOOD WORK TEAM
(2,X00 lbs.). Sound. Also wagon and
harness (new). Apply A. N. Mac-
kay,  Burnaby  Lake P.  O., B. C.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO KENT ���NICELY EL'KNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED  KOOM. 204
Agnes street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED KOOM. AP-
ply MS, Milton street.
FURNISHED   ROOMS   EOR   LIGHT
housekeeping to rent. Apply to A. 11.
Ferguson, Pythian  Hall  building.
TO   RENT.
CRAIG REALTY CO.
Room 8, Thompson Block.
Phone 629.
We have a few good lots on Hospital
street. $25 cash will handle these;
balance $10 per month.
Watch Surrey Acreage, when the dirt
dirt starts flying for the C. N". K.
We have the cream of buys.
Ten acres of the best fruit land; \\_
acres cleared: 2 acres slashed, burned and logged off: 3 roomed house,
barn, poultry runs; small fruits.
Fronting on Scott road and close
to car.    Only $2,000, on terms.
Five acres on Scott road: good garden, house, well, etc.; three quarters of a mile from car. Tills is good
at  .Ei'io;  terms.
^CRAJGTtEALTY^ior^
Room   8,   Thompson   Block.
Phone 629.
laid befoie the Council a detailed esti.
minster I mate   of   the   sums   required   hy   the
And Whereas, the whole rateable'lio;ir(i tor ,he current year's ordinary
property of the said city, according to exPen8ea "' maintaining the Bcbools
the last revised Assessment r0h ' of the said Clt. of New Westminster;
thereof,  is  Seven   Million, Two  Hun-Iand have also Prepared a like detail-
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
TO    RENT���PARTLY    FURNISHED
house.    .Modern  and  central.    For
particulars phone Mrs. Ral ley,
Indies'   Hair  Dressing   Parlors,
TO       RENT ��� FURNISHED     BED-
rooms. Tu:;, Third avenue. Apply
after G p.m. or between :i a.m. and
6 p. in. at Room M, ii22 Columbia
Btreet. 131dtf
TO    LET���THE    BASEMENT    AND
store in the K. P. block; suitable
for Btoie rooms, skating rink, or
moiing pictures, etc., etc. Eor particulars apply to John Forrester
Sec. K. I'. Trustees, 517 St. George
street, City.
TO   KENT���AN   8-ROOMED   HOUSE
on   Seventh   street.     Apply Wilson,.
Cook K:  Co., Northern Crown Bank
hull ling.
Port Kells Townsite. .Lot 21, containing flve acres. Price only JiiOO.
A  snap.
10 full  sized
at $300 eac
lots
ll.   I
near Eighth  avenue
Jasy terms.
Sapperton���We have a few choice
view lots on Blair avenue very
cheap; $25 down, balance monthly.
Worth investigating.
STRAYED.
LOST ��� BLACK JERSEY COW.
Strayed away from Dorand Mill,
lif.tr Lake, Thursday morning. Last
seen at corner of Pole Line and
Westminster road. Suitable reward
if returned to Doran's Mill.
South Westminster���\'n acre view
lots on car line at Brownsivlle.
Price $250 per lot; '/.cash, balance
easy. If you want a home, secure
one at once, as they are the cheap's' and nearest lots on the market.
Lulu Island���Lot 26; near the bridge;
containing one acre. Price only
$2,000.
KELUNGTON BROS.
Corner  Columbia   and   Begbie   Streets.
Phone 680.
dred   and   Forty-nine    Thousand
Ten   ($7,249,010.00) dollars;
And  Whereas, tbe total amount of |
the   existing   debenture   debt   of   the,
said city is One Million, Six Hundred'
and   Seventeen   Thousand,   One  Hundred   ($1,617,100.00)   dollars,  irrespec-!
tive of the sum of One Hundred and)
Seventy-four Thousand, Five Hundred
($174,500.00)   dollars   proposed   to  be!
raised under the "Lulu Island Bridge
Debenture or Registered Stock Bylaw,
1910";  the "Fire Debenture or Registered     Stock     Bylaw,     1910";      the
"Schools    Debenture    or    Registered
Stock       Bylaw,      1910,"      and      the
"Parks Debenture or Kogistered Stock
Bylaw,  1910,"  of  which   none  of  the
principal or interest is in arrears;
Now Therefore, the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster e.mcts as follows:
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said city to raise by way of
loan from any person or persons, body
or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures or registered stock
certificates hereinafter mentioned, any
sum or sums of money, nol exceeding
in the whole the sum of One Hundred
and Fifty Thousand ($150,000.00) dollars, and to cause thr same to he paid
into the treasury of the Bald city for
the purposes mentioned ben in.
2. It shall he lawful for the Mayor
to cans'- any number ed debentures or
registered stock certlflcates to bi
made, not exceeding in the whole the
sum of one Hundred and Fifty Thou
sand ($150,000.00) dollars, for such
sums of money as may be required,
not less than Slim.no each, or an
equivalent expressed in pounds sterling of the l'nited Kingdom of Great
Bi itain and Ireland, at. a value of 4,866
to tin- pound Bterllng; and all such
debentures or registered stock certificates shall be sealed with the seal
of the corporation, signed by the
Mayor and countersigned hy the
treasurer thereof, or by such
person or persons as may he thereunto lawfully authorized,
'.',. The said debentures or registered
stock certificates, shall he payable on
and  ec' est''nate of the sums required to
eet any special or rxtraordinary ex-
penses legally Incjurrable by the Board,
which last mentioned estimate is subject to consideration, alteration and
final approval by the Council, and the
same has heen finally approved by
the Council.
And Whereas, the amount required
under   the   said   last   mentioned   esti
! mate for schools amounts to Ninety-
seven  Thousand, Five  Hundred   i$!'T.-
1500.00)   dollars,  made   up  as  follows:
Thirty-flve Thousand  ($35,000.00) dollars for the erection and equipment of
ithe new Sapperton school; Two Thousand, five Hundred ($2,500.00) dollars
lor  the erection  and equipment  ot  a
school on Lulu Island, and Sixty Thousand  ($60,000.00) dollars for the erection of a  High school.
And Whereas, by Section 10 of the
ihe Public Schools Act 1905, as re-
enacted   hy  Section   .'lo  of   lhe   Public
Schools Act 1905, Amendment Act
1906, any Btatute to the contrary notwithstanding, the Council of any city,
'town or rural municipality in the
Province including the City oi Vancouver and ('ir. oi Ne. Westminster,
may in each and every year pass a
Bylaw or Bylaws for levying aspeclal he taken
rate of not more than Five (6) mills | Municipal
on the dollar lor school purposes, and
ihe Coum il may in addition to sui;
rate applj any portion of the ordinal*)
: e enue to school purposes.
And Whereas, it appears that the
amount required to meet ihe current
(.war's ordinary expenses of maintaining the schools will exhaust the
amount authorized to be levied under
Section   10  of  the  Public  Schools   Aci
1905,  as   re-enacted  by  said  Bectlon
30   of   Hie   Public   Schools   Act   1905,
: Amendment Aci  1906, and
I necessary also lo apply a
] i lie  ordinary   revenue   for
i poses. H^^^^^
And Whereas. It appears that if t
| said sum of $97;600.OO
certificates hereinafter mentioned, any
gum oi b uns oi money mu exceeding
. . , . gum ef $97,500.00, and
to cause the saini to be paid Into the
y of the s iid i tj for the pui
;    .    mentioned herein.
2. li shall be lawful foi the Mayoi
��� i  i ause ae;.   au benturei
, red Btock -  to be
made, not i      edlng in     ���   whole the
ich au
may  be  required, not
$100.1 0   each,   or   an   equh    i
, d  in  l- iunda  Btei ling  ol   thi
I  Kingdom Of Ureal   Britain and
li eland   a'   a   \.-.l ie   ol   4.866   to   the
pound   Bti ! i.n-:    and   all   such   delen
, :   '.   . itered siock certiflcati
shall  be B ale i  with  the seal  of  the
tion, Blgned by the Mayor am:
, a ..-.-. rslgned  by the treasure r there
,,;. ,,;   !|)   .- . 61   pel Soil or  pel soils
as may be thereunto lawfull)  author
o. The said debent utes or n gist   .'��� d
stock certlflcates shall be payable on
|the   fli Bt   day   of  July   I: ,   at   such
jdace or places as tbe < ouncll of tbe
said  corporation   may   from   time   to
time appoint with the approval of tbe
���   i thereof, and shall bear Inter-
at   the   rale   of   four  and   one ball
centum per annum, payable hall
yi ai Ij   on   the   flrst   daj   of Januarj
iand the flrst   day of July  In  each and
evi ry year, and the debeni in ea sha
have attached to them coupons for tin
;     mei !  ��� ���  li  en       whuh said i
pons   sliall   be   signed   by   tiie     g i |
Mayor,
4. A special late on the dollar sliall
be levied ami raised In each year, in
addition to all other rales on all lhe
i iteable pi "i" i ty ol the citj. suflli
<.i paj the Interest upon ihe debentures or regl ered tock cei ll ficates,
and to create a sinking fund for the
payment of ihe principal thereol whi n
due. subject to any act or enactment
��� ctlng the " ���
G   Subjei t as Id, there shall
be i Ised ann tally by si eclal rate as
aforesaid, during tbe ( money of the
said debentures or registered stock
certificates, the Bum "i $4,387.50 foi
the payment of Interest thereon, and
the sum of $546.20 to provide for thi
repaj ment of the pi InclpaL
c. The pnx eeds of tbe sale of the
said debentures or registered slock
certiflcati b shall be applied as follows.
and not otherwise; towards paying
the cost of the passing Of Ibis Bvlaw
; apd the issue and sale of the said
debentures or registered stock certlfi
cates therein referred to, and nil expenses connected with the Issuance
of the said loan, and the balaooe ih ill
be paid over from time to time as required upon the onler of the trustees
by the city treasurer to thc several
persons to whom moneys are payable.
7. This Bvlaw shall take effect on
the day of 1910, ami
may he cited as the "Schools Debenture or Registered Stock Bylaw, 191 ���'
8. This Bv law before the linal p,is<
ing thereof, Bhall receive the assent
of the electors of the said city in the
manner required by law
Received the assent of the ele I in
On  the day of l'.]o
Keconsldcred  and  finally  passed
open council  the dav of
1910.
You'l     ....       h
P'1r-er   f"     ' :-nea
and   Fork.,    .
Cups,   Fishing   T
2,r|e. etc., etc.
Plates,
'���'   Knives
Aluminuir
dck|e. a Ma
I
L
665���Columbia  Street 665
New Westminster, B.C.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters'
Mar
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. c.
Telephone  R  113. Offlci    Princett��
************** 4* it>*) ..��<N
9
HORSE
SHOEING
WOOD   WORK,
REPAIRING   OF
KINDS
Done At
: Benson &
AND |
ALL*
*______. i!l
At   Dick   Benson's   0 d   Sta-1 ���
8th St., Next to Fashion Livery.
:
t   8th St., Next to Fathlon Livery. J
.^a**** ******* **********H
in
it will be
portion of
such   pur-
NOTICE,
Take notice thai the above Is a true
.copy of the proposed Bylaw which will
Into consideration   by   the
Council of the City of New
Westminster one month fiom the data
of the first publication thereof in the
"Daily News" newspaper, which flrsl
publication took place on the 13th day
of June, 1910, and that a vote ol the
eieetois  of  lhe  clly   wlll   he taken   on
the Bald proposed Bylaw on the Nth
day of July 1910, between the hours
of nine o'clock a in. and live p.m . at
the following places, namely: The
Council Chamber, Civic Building; the
Fire Hall. Sapperton; ami the Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh street.
W, A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, June 11. 1910.
  be appropriated
oll,,,,. | from the general revenue of the city
for the current year, the rate of taxation will be excessive, and It ls expedient that such excessive taxation
should  be avoided, and  the said  sum
W.  J. KERR, LIMITED.
Good six room house one block from
carline on coiner lot, B0vl20 feet;
chicken run, chicken house and various valuable Improvements, House,
. which is all double construction, is
new, bolng built this year, and i i-
HiireH comfort al, all times. $1,650;
l-t cash; balance >',, 1^ and IS
mon! hs.
Cood six room house on Third av-
enue near Ninth street, lias woodshed and other necessary Improve,
ments.     A   good   home  anil   a  slorl-
in_ Investment.   $2,000; $.101) cash;
balance very easy.
Beautiful cleared lot on Fifth avenue
bei ween Eleventh and Twelfth
street; on north side of Btreet, with
surpassing view and with excellent
slopo to south. Price ?8(>0; terms
very easy.
i-ot on Seventh avenue between Fifth
and sixih streets, facing south, My,
time at  this price is very brier bul;
the value is exceptional.   $700;  1-4
cash; balance ti an I i'2 months.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
REAL   ESTATE.
Columbia    St.,     Next    Todd's    Music
House���Phone   703.
For Sale���5 roomed cottage close in;
large lot. Price $2,600; $500 cash.
Balance on   very easy  terms.
For Sale ��� 0 room cottage close in.
I'i Ice $li:;00; $300 cnsh; balance to
suit purchaser,
the first, day of July, 1960, at such
place or places as the Council of the
said corporation may from time to
time appoint with the approval of the
holders  thereof, find  shall  hear  Inter-
should be raised on the credit of the
corporation, and that debentures or
registered stock certificates should be
issued for Unit amount.
And Whereas, for Hie payment of In-
est at tho rate of four and one-half per' tfi,''Bt on ,lie debentures or registered
centum per annum, payable half year-1K,ock certificates  proposed  to bo ls-
ly on the first day of January and thelsuo(1 ,""l��1' "''�� Bylaw, and for creat
day  of July  in  each  and  every
and   the  debentures shall   have
We    have   some    real   good   snaps   in
house   property.    Call   and   see   us
about them.
josepITtraveks
REAL   ESTATE.
Columbia    St.,    Next    Todd's    Music
House���Phone 703.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Lot on Seventh avenue near Fifth av-
enue; easily cleared; close to car-
lino. Offers good profit, to some
man   almost   Immediately.     $1,000;
1-3 cash;   balance ���! and  12 nionlhs.
W. J. KERR, LIMITED.
Take notice Hint I, Norman Caswell,
jof  Abbotsford,   B.C,,  miner,  Intend  to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
I Lands at Victoria, B.C., for a license
I to   prospect   for   conl   and   petroleum
on   and   In   the   following   described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked N. c,
N. E. corner, planted nl the N. E.
corner of Seel ion in, ln Township 19,
.Municipality of Siimns, New Westminster Distrlcl; thence south 80
chains; thence west SO chains; thence
north 80 chains; thence east R0 chains
to poinl of commencement and containing 640 acres.
Doted nt. Abbotsford.  H.C., this nth
day of Juno, A.D.. HMO.
NORMAN  CASWELL.
first
year,    	
attached to them coupons for the payment of Interest, which snid coupons
shall be sinned by the said Mayor.
1. A special rate on the dollar shall
he levied and raised In each year, In
addiiion to all other rates, on all the
rateable property of the city, sufficient
to pay the interest, upon the debenture, or registered stock certificates,
and to create a sinking fund for Ibe
payment of the principal thereof when
due, subject to nny act or enactment
respecting the same.
5. Subject as aforesaid, there shall
he raised annually by special rate as
aforesaid, during the currency of the
said debentures or registered slock
certificates, 1 lie sum of six Thousand,
Seven Hundred and Fifty ($6,750.00)
dollars for the payment of tbe interest I hereon, nnd the sum of Elghl
Hundred nnd Forty nnd 82.100 ($840.-
32) dollars to provide for the payment of the principal.
6, The proceeds of the salo of the
said debentures or registered stock
Certificates shall be applied ns follows, and not otherwise: towards
paying the cost of the passing of this
Hylaw and the Issue nnd sale of the
debentures or registered stock certlflcates therein referflpd to, recouping
the treasury of the city such sums
as have been this yoar expended In
street works, or may he so expended
imlll the proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures or registered stocl;
certlflcates have become available, the
making, improving nnd lepnirlng of
such streets nnd sidewalks In the clly
ns may he deemed expedient hy the
council, but no sidewalk or Street shnll
he niiulo or repaired out. of the moneys
borrowed under this Hylaw unless tho
ling a sinking fund for the paymenl
of the snld  debentures or registered
I stock certificates, when due, It will
be necessary to raise by special rate,
in addition to all other rates, each
year dining lhe currency of the said
debentures or registered stock certlflcates the sum of POU. Thousand,
Nine Hundred and Thirty-three and
7o 100 ($4,933.70) dollars;
And Whereas, In order lo raise the
said yearly sum of $4,933.70, un orpinl
special rale on lhe dollar will In- required lo be levied on the whole rale-
able property of the City of New
Westminster.
And Whereas, lhe whole rateable
property of the said city, according, to
lhe last revised Assessment Roll I hereof, is Seven Million, Two Hundred and
Forty-nine Thousand and Ten t*..,-
249,010.00)  dollars;
And Whereas, tho total amount of
the existing debenture debi ol the
said city is One Million, Six Hundred
and Seventeen Thousand, One Hun
dred ($i,(ii7.loo.oo) dollars, Irrespective of the sum of Two Hundred and
Twenty-seven Thousand ($227,000.00)
dollars   proposed   lo   he   raised   under
the "Street Improvement Debeni ore or
Registered stock Bylaw, 1910;" the
"Fire Debenture or Registered Stocli
Hylaw, 1910;" the "Lulu Island Bridge
Debenture or Registered Stock Hylaw.
lino," nnd the "Parks Improvement
Debenture or Registered Slock Hylaw,
1010," of which none of the principal
or Interest is in arrears,
Now Therefore, the Municipal ('ouncll of the Corporation or ihe City of
\ew Westminster enacts as follows:
1. II. shall  bo lawful  for the Mayor
of   lhe   said   clly   lo   raise   by   way   of
loan from any person or persons, body
lor bodies corporute, who may be will-
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take  notice  that   1. J.  F.   Hoyd.  of
Abbotsford,   B.C.,   lumberman,   lnlend
to apply to the chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria, H.C., for 11 license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and In tho following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked J
F. I!., S. W. corner, planted at the
S. W. coiner of Section 24, in Town
ship 16, Municipality of Somas, New
Westminster District; thence north so
chains;  (hence east K0 chains;  thence
south   RO   chains;     thence     west     So
chains to point of commencement nnd
containing 640 ncres.
Dated  at   Abbotsford,  B.C.,  thl
(lay of Juno, A.D.,  lltin.
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RSDAV, JUNE 30, 1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAUft  THKM.
uAnp b^!!!by ACT>
an application has
Ister Dunci
'in fee simpli
Win
Hell
TlKi-""li';'tlri;i^er''Duncan Bell
1. ��1:"11' ���, in fee simple, under
!*,?,�� the ownei Wilmot.
M. 9.alc''.,;l  ."OI o   Duncan    Bel
tit Sa'6.i*-��*      t0   Duncan   Hei
I, oed"1'  of    ,|.,te  the  13th  day   or
1      t**rln.���07   Of aU  anil singular
I,      A"' lSeel  or  tract of   land
!      '":;,!"  Kate, lying and being
,    1'^' : '���' : t of  New   Westminster.
.1 D'S :",',. oi   British  Columhla.
f He Prf,:\;ely known and descrlb-
,orel"1"   'iMM.ies of the southeast
fed 8BPa,VSection   IS,  Township  3,
Bite"- oi , o| i;i1, Meridian.
iMn-t-' ;v( ',,; e claiming through or
"%. i"'1' "j , .,n prisons claiming
l0de/>:��Ustai���tti said land by virt.I,-
W'"u i-tried instrument, and
[(any  '   :'   ,   ���1Mg   nny   Interest   in
lPe?H��wnd by'aw ent, whose tit]
bbe sal" "-      ��� -"
' (>r the provisions
... B,y,(ptry Act," are requir-
'',    i ,,,������-a .'fl of the tax pur-
Ied t��c0":       rortyflx i .lavs trom the
Vr��tpub!"cation of  .his
, ,u   and in default of a
. .  ,,!������:,���,.  of   ,��  pendens
caveat   '��� la   .,,,,,  , 0|.Iod) or  i���
,,.:. u , ,ion r., for.: regis'ra-
lefai'U " 1;,'��� (if you w!1, be for-
.��������������� >V . ,, n,id debarred from Bet-
I ,     Mm toot   in.ispectof
sald Hall   as  owner  thereol
, , ,,,...., y ordi, that pub-
i n< Lt���<��� tor thirty days
., pi blished in New
District of  New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, R. A. Tre'theway,
of Abbotsford, B.C., lumberman, intend to apply to the chief Commissioner of lands at Victoria, B.C., for
a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on and in the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post marked R.
A. T., N, W. corner, planted ut the
N. W. corner of Section 29, in Town
ship 19, Municipality of Sumas, New
I Westminster District; tin nee easl 80
chains; thence south 80 chains; thi nee
west, 80 chains; thi nee north 80
chains to point of commi .. :ement and
containing  640 acres.
Dated  at   Abb',:   ford,   B.C.,  this  9th
day  of  June,  AD,   1910,
K. A. TRETHEWAY.
District of New Westminster.
PARIS POSSESSES 1ST
COSTLY OPERA HOUSE
Wou!d     Cost  Ten   Millions  to     Build
Grand  Opera   House Today���
Salaries Singers Earn.
humkes ON IBE    �����tE m ���** *
KCUM IN WAND      ���__*���
ij   I   aha 1    register
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***     tliU Wth  oay of April, A.
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i��� 8. KEITH,
l Irtrlcl it, gistrar
,i Pe-n .in, ut Loan & Sav
11\ penheimer   Bros .   Ltd.
. \v. Lelshman; J. W. Hi w
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I. Alexander Johnston, of Abbotsford, B.C., lutnbei man.
Intend to apply to the chii f Commission I- of Lands al Victot la, B.C., for
a license io pro ipeel I ir coal and i e
froli um mi and in 11." following de-
scrlhi '1 lands:
i lommenclng al a post marked A. J.,
N. E. cot ner, 11 inted i I the N. E. cot
ner  of  Section  30,   In   Township  19,
Municipality of Sue i  '. i   tmln
lei   District; thence i outh 80 chains;
': eni     we I  80 chalni .   thence north
80 chains;   ihi nee i isl   80 ,,: ains t��,
��� ���  oi  commencemenl  and contain-
��� i acres
Date I al   Abbotsford   R.C    tl Is 9th
daj   i :  .1  ne,  AD.  1910.
ALI XANDER   JOHNSTON'.
f^~~-  of  New  Westminster.
Ne,v Westminster Land District.
���   ,. thai I. George Beckett,
1  ehp1    rdi B.C., teamster, Intend
���' e Chief Commissioner
Victoria, D. i'.. tor a  li-
peel for coal and petrol-
In the following describing at a post marked Q B,
k. Vl r, planted  at  the  N.  W.
; .Hon 28, I" Township 19,
', 0t sumas, New Westmln-
;,. .,   thence easl   B0 cl
80 cbains:  thence wesl
_tYl ace nortl. 80 chains to
���     mmencement and coi tali
ii  ���
.bbotsford. B.C., this 9th
A D���  1910.
GEORGE BECKETT.
IBank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
VICTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone  681
I'aiis, .lune 29.���The Grand Opera
house In Talis remains the costliest
in the world. II cost six million dollars to bull I. It ii were to b ��� duplicated today it would probably cost
ten to twelve millions. The old English   Royal  Opera,   .v  Known  as  the
Palace theater, London, co il .750,000
to build. Covenl Garden c - I as much
The Royal 0) era In Budapi sl coi I the
Slate $800 pi r seat. '1 he Gi ind Opera
hou i in Palermo cost a million and
iivi : ty-flve thousand dollars. The
Vienna Imperial Opera house cost two
and a hair million dollars.
The salaries of artists have repeatedly been stated and overstated, but
it is Interesting to notice that the
manager of <'"'��� enl Gat <!��� n O] era
made only $1,800 the past season.
I Here follow some salaries ��� ai red by
ih< great artists of former generations; Tieijens. the great soprano,|
earm 1 ���: 10 i a nlghl In 181 ! In X iples.
1 Whi n.   tn ii   j i ars   later,   Mai lo     in
io I i. obtained .1,2  nlghl for both
ii wa thought thai a ilai les had reach
,��� i ' in high water n ark, But Christine NIli son recel ,'i I I DO i nlghl In
18" '.. while Pattl wns satisfie I with
$900 a nlghl ai the height of her fame.
���  mad ii I ��� million dollars by
bet iingini nevertheless. As to con-
du tors, i! '��� Balary of the principal
conductor al Drury Lane, London, In
1858, --'.as no more than $^ a week.
Richard Straut e received $800 a night
for conducting his "Electra" In London. Tlie five performances of this
dreary opera cost the London man-
agement $30,0 i .
I HOBO FRATERNITY
CHANGES ITS ROUTE
Situation is Causing Considerable Comment in the Old
Land at Present Time.
President   Schurman,   of   Cornell,   Eu
logizes His Humanitarian Outlook  and   Ideals.
Statisticians  have  been  calling  attention io the decline in the marriag ���
rate of this country, and tlie subject in
Its relation to national well being has
been    discussed    by    speakers    and
p     chers.   During 1909 the marriages
in England and Wales numbered 260,-
21 '. equalling a rate of 14.6 of persons
married  per  1,000  of  the population.
This mie was 0.3 per 1,000 below that
of 1908 and l.l below the average rate
for  the  previous  ten   years.    In   1893
t  e marriage rate was 14.7; during the'
| next six years ll  rose gradually to a'
ii :- ii:,uiii of 16.5 in 1899; In the fol-
i     I ig five years it fell slowly to !">���-
in 1904; in the next three years it rose
to 15.8 in 1907, and then came the drop
to 1 1.6 last year.    Tbe argument has
.ben based on these figures that  the
number of mania;' I shows tendency
to rise and fall with the slate of trade.
In   1907,  when trade  was good,    the
:       lage ral ��� was high,   since then,
falling trade, it has gone down.
The London rate is somewhat bigh-
ei   than  that   for the  whole country,
b ii In re the l':"'> figure is the lowest
,        recorded,    A   table  shows   how
during the pas:  thirty-nine years the
marriage rate in the metropolis, based
on the total population, has declined
i by nineteen per eent
A. CAMPBELL HOPE
Archite-.t and  Engineer.
HOPE & BARKER. Architects.
New  Westminster ��� Trapp   Block
Phone 655.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
ICAPITAL            $14,400,000.00
���RESERVE           11,000.000.00
���   ,   throughout   Canada   and
..,< ii     nd,  ami   In  London.  Eng-
;,:��� :  ���������        oik. Circa, o ami Spokane,
Mex'co City.   A  general
.siness    transacted,    i.;-'-
lert of Cn '.it Issum    available   wltn
ent�� in    all   P"18 "'    ""'
i
6  lni    Bank Department -Deposits
sums ol  Jl  and upward,
Iintei   ' allowed al 3 per cent per
linnum ipn Benl   rate).
.ts  over   $186,000,000.00
CORRECT
STYLKII
PRINTING
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
I
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
LAND   ACT.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G  li. BRYMNER, Manager.
CITY   OF    NEW    WESTMINSTER
Notice   to    Contractors.
Tenders tor Valves, Gates.  Etc.
let li     are required for the supply
t! Gatet     Valves,   etc.,   for   the   New
Water Main, for pipes ot 26in . 13In.
udl21n diameter.   Specifications and
dura can be obtained from
the ii--.  and  Waterworks  Engineer,
i V.   }���   >:!;��� Uman, City  Hall.
Tendei    wlll  be  received  up  to  ���
I   m. on July i. 1910.
\   DUNCAN, City Clerk.
Ne*      i   imlnster. .lune 23, 1910.
New   Westminster   Land   District
Take   notice   that   James   Hatenian.
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, ston
cutter, Intends to app y tor perini- i n
to   purchase   the   following   desc.n   J
lands:
Commencing at a post plan'od at
the southeast point of a small Island
lying about lu chains north of Nelson
island; thence northerly, westerly,
southerly and easterly, along the
shore to the place of commencement;
containing 6 acies more or less.
JAME8 BATEMAN,
Applicant.
JOHN F. BAGGS,
Aprtl 20, 1910. Agent.
North Bay, June L'S.���The prison
camp on ihe road to Porcupine is now
a public Jail and police magistrates in
the northern country and North Bay
make their sentence to read thirty to
sixtj  daj s at the prison camp.
The new order of things is now common knowledge among the hobo fraternity from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and Indignation meetings have
be, n held by the tin-can brigade beside many camp-fires.
The lesult is that routes are heing
hastily changed and tlie ban placed on
the recruiting ground for the good
roads army. Since the first batch of
prisoners was sent north police court
business in North Bay has dwindled,
and time-expired prisoners at the county jail can be seen making for the
C.P.R. tracks and hiking westward
without even pa\ing a visit downtown.
Heretofore North Bay has been the
; clearing house of that vast arm..' of
I wanderers who pass up and down the
country, work a little, drink a lot,
some harmless, others of the Yegg
type and dangerous, causing constant
police vigilance, this being a railroad
centre and distributing point for the
Cobalt country, south and west. Now
..li is changed and the worst class
have passed it u,.
Rate pei
1,000.
1870-2 ...
.... 19.4
1880-2 ...
.... IS.2
1890-2 ...
  17.6
1900-02 . .
. ... 17.8
1903
.... 17.5
ll-ii-l ....
  17.ii
1905 .. .
  16.9
1906
.... 17.1
1907 ....
.. .. IT.o
1908
.... 15.9
1909 	
.. .. 15.8
Compared with
rate in 1870 2
taken as 100.
lull
94
91
H2
90
SS
S7
EH
8S
82
Sl
Ithaca,    N.Y.,    June 29.���Tho    late I
Goldwin  Smith, his work and his In- j
tluence,   were     taken     by   President
Schurman  today  for  the  text, of  his1
annual address to the graduating class
of Cornell university.
"The foundation of Goldwin Smith's
political philosophy," said Dr. Schurman, "was the maxim lie caused to be
carved on the stone sea! which he
placed on the campus of Cornel university, 'above all nations is humanity.'
"While bis heart beat for all mankind he cherished a special vision of
the union in some form of the
English-speaking nations. The particular form of union be projected between
Canada and the I'ni'.i d States may
never be realized. The opening of''
the Canadian Northwest in the twentieth century is a most potent factor
lu the development of Canadian nationality, and ii came too late for him
to appraisi   its force.
"In substance, '.i not In form, however, flol hvin Smith's dream of c in-
tinental union may be actually fulfilled. With it may also come -is 11
not already rapidly approaching?���
the moral union of.all thi English-
speaking nations and the alliance, informal if not formal, for the purpose
of maintaining the pence of the world
and the settlement of internal disputes."
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All   rubbish   and   garbage must   be?
' removed   to   the   foot   of   Sixteenth!
��� street and Fifth avenue, where it wilB
be burned by the corporation.
Any person or  persons  who  dump
garbage   or   rubbish   of  any   kind  o��
'any other street or avenue or on any
| lane,   vacant   lot   or   public   property-
will   be   prosecuted   under   the   pro-
; visions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S. J.  PBARC1S,
Sanitary Inspector-
City Hall, June 13, 1910.
LAND  ACT.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Simon Henry-
Clowes of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, building inspector, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted aft
the S. E. point of a small island lyinp
In channel hetween Granite island ana!
Xelson island; tlience northerly, westerly, southerly and easterly, along the-
shore to the place of commencement;;
containing 10 acres more or less.
SIMON HENRY CLOWES,
Applicant,
Per JOHN  F.   BAGGS,
April 20, 1910. Agent.
LAND ACTS.
GERMAN ADMIRAL IS
RETURNING   FROM   CHINA
ELEVEN SPERV, WHALES
TAKcN   IN  ONE  WEEK
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'jes tor Ladies from .12./5
��PSllver  Watches,    gents'    open face
,6snv.r  Watches,   gents'  open    case,
,7fg.Mu"   for    Wal.ham   and     W0��
Watches.
Watch repairing a special!v.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Victoria. June 29.���Eleven sperm
whales were taken by the steam whal-
era Orion. St. Lawrence, and Sehas-!
tion on the west coast last week. This'
is an unprecedented number of these
whales, tbe product from which is
very valuable. The steamer Otter, under charter to the Pacific Whaling
company is at present engaged in carrying oil to this port from Kyuquot
and Sechart, the lower grades of which
are to be shipped on the Blue Funnel
liner Oanfa, which is expected here
about  the middle of the week.
The new whaler William Grant
should be at the Queen Charlotte islands ere this and it is understood she
will commence hunting at once.
When the rate is calculated on the
total of mania ;eble persons in the
community, and not the total population, the decline in lhe period covered
by the above table is no less than
twenty-seven per cent. Vital statistics show a constant increase in the
number of bachelors and spinsters in
the community, and an increase in the
a. e at which marriages take place.
Some remarkable conclusions were
drawn by Sir J. A. Baines. in a recent
address to the Royal Statistical Society, based on the growth of population in Western Europe.
A generation ago the marriage rate
was held to be a good barometer of
prosperity, but new factors had entered into the case. The main thesis
was still, no doubt, generally true, that
wherever there was room for two to
live together up to the conventional
standard of comfort, a marriage took
place. ... In Ireland there was a
decline of nearly nineteen per cent,
and in the last decade less than a
third of the women were married. The
Increased avoidance of matrimony was
most marked throughout the l'nited
Kingdom and North Scandinavia, and
this in the northern aggregate almost
neutralized the growing connublality
of Germany and most of its neighbors,
and even of the already much-married
|Italy.
Victoria, June 29.���Among the important passengers who arrived on '
Saturday last aboard tbe white liner
Kmpress of Japan was Rear-Admiral
von Ingenohl, who has been in command of the German squadron and
naval station in Chinese waters. Ile
lias just been relieved by Hear-Admir-
al Guhler. With him was his ai.!e-de-
camp. Lieutenant von Zastrow. Seen
by a Times representative on board
the steamer the admiral said:
"Affairs in the Orient are going on
just as usual. We do not anticipate
any uprising in the country, but it is
always hard to say what will happen
in China. The people there are so j
peculiar it is always difficult to say '
what they will do next, ln our part of
the country there Is no likelihood of
trouble.
"We had not heard until our arrival
of the flying recor I of the new pas-
senger airship,    lt is a great triumph
for our country to be the first ln matters of peace.   After all, these things
me more Important than those which
have to do  with war.    We are also
glad  to  know  that  there  Is  a better
'understanding  between   our    country
' and yours.   The war talk seems to be
i all past, and it is right that it should
i be  so.    There  should   be  peace    between two great nations like ours."
Admiral von Ingenohl is on his way
to Germany by way of the C.P.U.
New Westmister Land District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLennan, Of Vancouver, British Columbia.,
occupation contractor, intends to apply for permission to purchase th��
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of the island sito-
ate about four 14) cliains from Timber limit No. 38733, tlience northerly
and westerly and southerly and easterly around the shore at low tide
to place of commencement, containing
four   acres,   more  or  less.
ALEXANDER    McLENNAN.
J. F. BAGGS, Agent.
March 17, 1910.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6.  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence  Phone 133
P. O. Box 395
Phone 73C-
McMurphy & Craig
Heating and  Plumbing '
All   Jobbing   Promptly   Attended   To-
Colonial  Block
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver  Landings
The  New Sternwheeler
s. s. paystreak|
CHOLERA IS RAGING
IN   SOUTHERN
RUSSIA
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster. witl>
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. ni.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
DEPARTMENT STORE.
Hudson's Bay Company's Emporium
Coming to Toronto.
Toronto, June 2%.���A mammoth
Hudson's Bay store, occupying two
blocks, modelled after the fashion of
Harrod's great emporium in London,
England, and handling almost every
conceivable product which modern demands could call for, ls the latest
theory in Toronto business circles to
account for the extensive buying in
the Yonge-Carlton-Alexander-Churcli
block; $8,000,000 Is probably within
the cost.
St. Petersburg, June 29.���Dispatches
telling of the prevalence of Asiatic
cholera in Rostov and other cities of
Southern Russia, have disclosed the
fact that despite the statement of the
local authorities, the dread disease is
again   gaining   ground   here.
There are many cases in the poorer
Quarters of the city, and their number is increasing daily. The authorities are doing practically nothing to
combat the disease. The medical men,
\ however, are greatly alarmed, believing that the persistency with which
cholera has appeared for the last
three years indicates that the greatest epidemic in Russia's history will
be raging before the summer is over.
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New Westminster.
NOTICE!
Until further notice this;
bank will be open
SATURDAY EVENINGS
from seven to nine o'clock.-
Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminster.
F. Shute, Mgr.
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
cOAL I w.rich
Teaming and  Expressing.
DEALER IN
iWOOD
J 730 FOURTH  ST PHONE  R5Z7
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
**-**������*������       * ******** .���.tindav. and
Leaves Drackman-Ker wharf at 3 P. It. dally except SaW    .
0,1 Baturday for steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at u. C. E. it. ticket oilier and on board �����* JJ^
cars leave Steveston every houi- (on the half-hour)
Are You Particular ?
 ������������^^���*���aaaa*a******S****************a%*a*a*aa*a*Mi  ._____������ __n___n	
Are You Particular about Workmanship ?
Are You Particular about Style?
Are You Particular about Fit?
Are You Particular about Trimmings?
Are You Particular about Cloth ?
Then see what we are doing in Men's Suits from
$9.50 to $33.00
if we haven't just the cloth or pattern you like in a hand-tailored Suit, let us
Make Your Suit to Measure.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paper hanger*
and Decorators.
, Estimates Given. Phone 56T
	
214  Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER        : B.C;
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
1
trio
ver.
8M the . amou, praser  River Canneries, Vancouver. Etc
u,,����<l trip tickets to Steveston. Saturday afternoons,     .
j. EUGENE BROWN & CO.
New Westminster, B. C.
618 Columbia Street,
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3^  to 25 H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agent*
Westminster Iron Worts
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, JUf,,
The Daily News
PabUsbed by Tbe Dally -News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
C A. Paige Managing  Director
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THURSDAY, JUNE  30,   1910.
CHINATOWN.
The people of New Westminster will
rejoice if the suggestions of Fire Chief
Watson   respecting the demolition  of
ilie old shacks down in Chinatown are
adopted by the Council.   For the most
part these are nothing less than disease and  fire traps and as such are
a menace to the health and safety of
the city.    More than this, they serve
to tarnish the good name and reputation of our fair city.    The aspect ol
the Asiatic section. Lying just on the
���western  margin of the improved Columbia street, forms a very unpleasant
contrast to that thoroughfare, and fur
mere appearance sake  it   would be a
vary good thing to get the ricketty,
tumbled  down old wooden structures
-done away with and their hideous and
noisome  surroundings   put   in   decent
order.   We hope therefore that, as the
result of the visit of the  Council to
this  quarter,  such   measures   will   be
iaken as will secure an improvement
in the appearance of this part of the
city.
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On your Holiday Outing Friday.   It  lightens the  load and adds to the
day's  enjoyment.
Quick-Folding
Strong and
Durable
Wicker Frames,  folding    $2.50
Heavier and Stronger, folding ...$4.50
Collapsible    $5.75
Collapsible,  with  top    $7.75
Collapsible, extra quality, nickel $10.50
THE  LARGEST AND  BEST ASSORTMENT  IN THE CITY
WE   FURNISH   YOUR   HOUSE   COMPLETE
REMEMBER,   WE   CLOSE   AT   S   P.   M.    SATURDAYS,  10 P.  m.
j EXCEEDINGLY INTERESTING
SPECIALS FOR HOLIDAY WEAR
LEES LIMITED
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DOMINION DAY
EXCURSION
BRITISH  POLITICS.
After the storm the calm. There
has been a lull in political affairs in
Great Britain since the lamentable
decease of ou rlate sovereign, but
now a state of excitement even greater than that which prevailed a few
*eeks ago threatens to set in. The
Rtormy condition of the political atmosphere is due, first to the menacing
attitude of the Irish party led by Mr.
Redmond, which declares Its intention of opposing the budget of the
Liberal government, and presumably
aught else that may be brought for-
ward, in tho event of the veto resolutions not being proceeded with; secondly to the threat of the suffragettes
to set about a more vigorous campaign than ever against the government.
With a view to a pacific settlement
nf the greatly vexed question that has
arise:!   over   the   constitutional' posi- j
tion   and   powers   of   the   House   of i
Lords, negotiations have been proceed- ���
ing between Premier Asquith and his ',
cabinet  with  the  leaders of the   I'n-j
ionist party, in the hope of arriving |
at a satisfactory basis of Settlement.
So far as can be at present learned
these   negotiations   have   been   of   a I
gratifying  character   and   there   is   a!
Keneral feeling that a solution to the]
difficulty   will   be  reached.     But   the
Kedrnondites insist upon pursuing the
original policy respecting tbe veto to'
the bitter end, and falling a surrender
to their demand threaten  war to the
knife  against  the  government.    The;
Labour   party  Is  also  in   a  state  of
revolt upon this same  matter.
Bat if the hoped for arrangements
between the Liberal and Unionist parties respecting tho House of Lords
are satisfactorily concluded then
doubtless Premier Asquith will be'
assured of the support of the opposition in the passing of the budget and
possibly some other measures a'ready
Introduced- He would thus be able
to snap his fingers In the face of Mr.
Redmond and Mr. Keir Hardie and
Sell tl -2in lie can do without their help.
It is scarcely likely that Mr. Asquith
would neglect to take Into account the
jjossible revolt of the Nationalist and
Labour parties before he entered into
negotiations with the opposition, and
it is very probable that he will be
very profoundly thankful to he without the dearly bought support of this
revolutionary element in the House
of Commons, lt has appeared on one
or two occasions that tlie Premier has
heen forced to take a course contrary
to his own feelings by thc alliance
which he formed when entering upon
the government of the country. Tbal
is why we are Inclined to believe that
lie of all men will be perfectly glad
tea. vosb his hands of every connection
In connection with Dominion Day  the steamer  Beaver  will   leave
the C. P. N. Wharf at 7:30 a. m., returning the same evening, leav-
x    ing Chilliwack at 6 p. m.    Two Dollars   for   the   round   trip.     There
i   will be no boat from Chilliwack on Saturday, the second of July.
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THURSDAY
JUNE 30
THURSDAY
JJUNE 30
HARRY  TIDY, Manager.
LOUIS F. WEBER
-PRESENTS-
MISS DELLA CLARKE
Lingerie Waists
Just Received a shipment of new waists, a little late for when thev
were intended, but a timely arrival for the holiday. Comprised of the verj'
latest models, including dainty Lingerie waists in embroidered and lace effects,
with the up-to-date short sleeves; and colored and white Shirt Wai. ts, in a
wide variety of smart styles. They all go on Sale now, and they arc marked
at prices that will guarantee a short stay in our Waist Department.
Lingerie Waist* $1.50 to $6.00 Shirt Waists $1.50 to $3.(0
Call and Inspect Them
in her own Romantic Drama
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"The White
Snaps in  Children's Dresses
About 3 dozen only, Cream and
White Jap Silk Dresses for children
of all sizes. Dainty Hub' frocks at
B tempting leductton. Regular values
to |3.25 for $1.75.
$1.50 Wash Dresses for 90c
A mixed collection of Children's
Dresses. Broken lines and odd sizes
make this an attractive offering. Regular prices to $1.60.   On Bale at 90c.
Wash Collars and Jabots 25c
Wr  have  an exclusive  showing  of
Smart Collars and Jabot.-, in Embroidered, Lace and Muslin designs.
Priced lower than any Btore In the
city, and In styles you cannot Inspect
at any other store; 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c
up to $1.75.
Tourist Frilling
10c  Box
Hair Nets 10c
Boxed  Frillings
Reg. 75c for 50c
Silk Waists for $2.75
\n   extrs   special   In  L    es' BIQ
Wais's.     Broken   Une  In
Brown only;   some In 1    ��� ��� . itj ���-
others  bave  Insertion -���-  li     ���:���.;���
lar values to $5.60.   Clearing at $2.75.
Blouses and Tunics for 75c
And here Is vai it ���. ��� ��� lor an.
one.     Boys   and   Qlrli - and
Boater Tunics In an ��������
collection nf colorli
The  regular   values   ol   thi
high as .:���::.    Bale ;
Summer  Hose at 25c a Pair
Lisle and Cotton Hi
and Polka Dots.    We
of stockings tins wei k    .'���
shade In Lisle.    Oui  r< |
now on s.ile al 25c pair.
MD AVIATOR PLANS TO
REPAIR WRECKED FLYER
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Seats On Sale At Tidy's Florist Store Monday, June 27
Prices Same As Other Large Cities.
Count   Zeppelin   Not   Discouraged   by
Failure of Aerial  Passenger Service.
Deutschland   to   Be   Dismantled.
with the Redmondites end Labourites.
As to the suffragettes, their threat
to make things lively for the government is due to the refusal of Mr.
Asquith to comply with their demand
for expediting the suffrage bill introduced Into parliament before Easter.
This militant body also threatens that
numerous women property holders
will refuse to pay their taxes unless
they get their votes. Though the re-
instigation of this ridiculous agitation
may cause the British Premier some
annoyance, it is scarcely likely to
influence him in the desired direction.
Respecting unpaid taxes, summary
methods of recovering these are provided and such a form of protest will
not produce any very serious effect.
Great Dog Town.
The greatest dog town ln Great Britain, if not in the world, is Haverfordwest, England. There are many men
in the town who live wholly and make
a good living hy breeding, buying and
selling dogs. Although the population
is only 6,000, at least ti,000 dog licenses are issued annually, and there
are also a large number of exemptions.
Almost daily there are more dogs than
people in the public streets, though
valuable animals are never allowed to
run loose. Haverfordwest dog breeders are known for their working terriers, show terriers, pointers, selteis.
and spaniels, which are daily traded
tor big sums through the fanciers'
journals and go everywhere. The
quaint old town, with its mixed Welsh,
English and Flemish population, is almost the hub of the dog's universe.
"GET  THE   HABIT"
Special This Week
Odd Pieces of Glass
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At 5c, 10cr 15c, 25c and 35c each
Thc Fair
646   Columbia  Street.
We buy for cash and se.l for the same.
Salvation Army
PICNIC
Salvation Army Picnic to Port
Haney will be held on duly 1. Fare,
return, adults 70c, children, 35c.
Train leaves C.P.R. depot at !):10
a.m.   All come.
AMBASSADOR BRYCE  IS
HEALING DIFFERENCES
I    London,   June   2'.).���Speaking   today
!at a meeting of the National  Liberal
, federation,   Mrs.   Byles,   of   Bradford,
said that  Mrs. James  Bryce  recently
gave her details of work done hy Am-
j bassador Bryce at Washington in heal-
I lng   the   differences   between   Canada
and the l'nited States,
Mrs. Bryce said: "He talks lo Canadians like a Canadian, and to Americans llko an American, and they let
him say wJuit they would let no one
else say." "Consequently," said Mis.
Byles, "clouds are disappearing."
Osnabreck, Germany, Juno 20.���
Count Zeppelin, disappointed but not
discouraged, hurried here today to
superintend the salvage of hla latest
aerial model, the great airship
Deutschland, which came to grief lu
less experienced hands yesterday.
The count, who will be seventy-two
years ol I on Friday of next week, has
an engagement for the near future to
fly ^roni lfi iedenchshafen to Vienna
to exhibit his invention to Emperor
Francis Joseph, and he proposes to
make good his promise. The prospects for early resumption of the pas
senger   service,   however,   are   not
bright. The airship company announces thai the accident will necessitate a suspension for several months
of  the advertised   excursions.
After hours of perilous flight, dining which it was driven hither and
thither at I ho caprice of a gab-, the
Deutschland lodged in the trees of
Teutoburglan Wald. Tts framework
was wrecked and Ihe greal envelope
badly torn. The thirty-two passengers, Including twenty newspapermen,
had narrow escapes.
It was found today that It would
he necessary to dlsmanlale the ship,
and this will begin at once. During
the operations today a member of tho
crew was severely Injured. Throughout the night 200 soldiers guarded
the clump of trees in the branches of
which the airship was lodge 1. Today
soldiers were occupied with the restraining of thousands of persons who
flocked from  miles around.
The next voyage of the Deutschland
will be made with Count Zeppelin
at the helm.
Weekday Schedule
so,
III.
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Colonies   Not   Yet   Ready.
London, June 29. ��� Replying  to a
question by H. J. Macklnder, th ��� conservative member for Camalochle, In
tho house of commons today, f'olonel
Socley, the Under secretary of Btate
for the colonies, Stated the colonies
hud not yet indicated subjects which
they desired raised at the next Imperial   Conference.     The   precise   date
of the conference could not he decided
until after the date of lhe kln.'s coronation  hud  been  set.
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The WESSEITON Dl
Wo carry in stock nn assortment of BLUE WHITE WE
Prices  In  Rings  $40  to  $400.
These  goods are  the  BEST procurable in Canad.
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��:00 and every  half hour then after until 11  p
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster   ut   5:60,   6:50,
and every half hour thereafter until  11: .'10 p. m.
Return  Fare:   Adults.  00c;   children   under  12, .Ite.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leare Westminster for Vauccurrr w ���
a.  m. nnd every  half  hour tlnreafter until  11  p. ni.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster nt 8 a. in , 0 B- m ***
every half hour thereafter until 11:30   p.   ui.
Sunday Excursion Rates:  Return fare, toe; children, -���'<'���
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westmlnstei for Vancouwi
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. in. and 3:20 p. 111. Freight cars leavo \��n-
couver  fer  Westminster at !i:li0, 1:20 nnd 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON    LINE.
City Limits Lint���20 minute service from 6:16 n. m. tn 11 P-m-
Sunday   Service���Half   hourly between 8 a.  m. and 11 P^ *������-
Sapperton  Line���20  minute service, from 0:25 a. in. to 11:10 P-
Sunday   Service���Half   hourly between 8: .'10 a. 111. and 11 p. ���"���
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO
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25c per box.   Try It.
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EYES TESTED  BY   OPTICIANS.
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SPORTING NEWS
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE Ft VS.
\gm IS REWARD
Tf BEN CENTRALS WIN MATCH
ders Lose interesting Lacrosse
Are   Penalized   Cold
Match  and
Refreshments A
Round.
BASEBALL
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Removal Notice
.   itmi<)i- lacrosse . ame last
ltralB defeated the  East
I      ;'i;,1 by the score ore to 5.   It
FJ      od 'lacrosse    all    the    way
l��^   |UU���., ,i���. ,esult  wns uncertain
Hoih  teams
Thursday.   June   20.
American League.
At  Cleveland��� R.
('lev eland       ���!
St.   Louis     I
At   Detroit��� It.
Chicago     a
Detroit     2
At   Washington��� It.
Washington     1
New   Vork     2
National   League.
At   New   .ork li.
Philadelphia    2
New   York     l
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At   Boston
Pftl^nZe  blow
0ut of the nice for the
.e ..,  0{  the  league,   hut  the
iportant   on   account   of
. the losers bad to pro-
:1 for the winners.    The
I came  through   in   good
1>' I  ,,���. centrals at the gar-  Montreal
,      h0IDe of 8. l". Mark. Jersey  city   ..
*!     Lwlng are the teams: At Newark-
lorUson   Marks. Doherty, Toronto   	
cpr,tr',������ ...n  Swenceskl, Archibald, Newark   	
u'lt Btorm    andl    At  Hallimore
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Block, over T. S. Annandale's store
alius, CouSthard & Co.
Limited.
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Eastern   League
At Jersey City���
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FIRE INSURANCE
We can insure your house, furniture and other property in the strongest and most reliable companies at
the  right  rates.
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White, Shiles & Co.
Private   Money  to   Loan  on   Good   Improved City and District Security.
628 Columbia St.
746 Columbia St.
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.nd���Wright, Dav. Whittaker, Baltimore     4
r   Reid, Eastman, Huff,     At Providence
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Providence     s
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At San Francisco��� It
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Standing or ^   ^  Draw Oakland     0
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Don't be among those who, a few years hence, will be saying thes
'sad words of tongue or pen," because they bad not
Taken Advantage
of the great growth, now only begun, of New Westminster on both
Bides  of tho  River and  in the ..un'.Hiding District.
At the Right Time
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Maple   Leafs'   Meeting.
e :ice  by  the   Map!
ody Square this evening
e  held to discuss a number
affecting the club.      The
.   will  play  in  Cloverdale
:y 1 will be picked, and arrange-
i will be made for a trip to Blaine
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NMENT CRITICISED
FOR   RACETRACK   FRAUDS
June
ju���Ti,e government ls
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At   Portland��� R.
Portland     '.  4
Vernon     0
Northwestern  League.
At  Vancouver��� R.
Spokane      3
Vancouver      1
Batteries���Holm and Bhea
and Lewis.
At Seattle��� R.
Tacoma      3
Seattle      4
Batteries���Hall  and   Brynes;
and Custer.
Standing   of   Clubs.
Won    Lo
Spokane  39     -
Vancouver
which Is just now, before everybody
beyond ordinary reach.
catches  on  and   property  soars
Jensen
We Can Put You Next
to the best things, City, Suburban. District, Waterfrontage, Improved
Farms, North, East, South and West.
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Contractors and
House Builders
We have a full   line   ox
Builders  Hardware in tnis
Before Building See Us, as we   telieve   -we   can   save   you
money.    Also Complete   Stock   oi   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Some  unusual   snaps  for  a  short time,
stances, below market values.
owing  to   special   circum-
tke   Best
City.
for a great deal of adv.
CSS Tacoma      -���'
i lis participation, through
tei,  in  the  gross  frauds
ave  been  disgracing     French
��� f  late.
I: let the parl-mutuel no one knows
are being placed. As the
���   ���      m in Prance, the government
It maker.    It sells five-franc
Iti   ets   ..ii   each   horse
I They   are   pushed   through
Seattle       2i>
Games Today.
Vancouver vs. Spokane,
park, Vancouver, 4 p. m.
Tacoma at Seattle.
Recreation
Hale Bros. & Kennedy
1 LIMITED.
REAL   ESTATE,   INSURANCE   AND    TIMBER.
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Vancouver   Police  Sports.
m   u.ara.^mm      Entry forms for the Vancouver po-
Anyone  can  Hee sports on July 4 can he secured
many five-franc tickets as he "*������ *������*- otflce of the local *�� M. C. A.
are  pushed through    a  secretary,  over  Anderson  &  Lusby'a
wicket like theatre tickets and no one s<-nre.
buying them.    Tbey are  ���	
same way.    Tbe govern-   FORMER   FRENCH   PREMIER
���     ;is    the   'ticket"���it   lines TO  MAKE  LECTURE TOUR
"better'" 	
���    i race In which the govern-       paris.    june    -j.. -Former    Premier
100.000 franca through iis  Clemenceau   left    today   for   Genoa,
Ot     It     takes     out     I    whence   he   will   sail   for   RJo  Janerio
ts own commission. Among  ,,, ms_6 a lecture tour in South Anier-
nf tickets on ihe winning  [,-.,.    u Is possible that he will visit
Ivides 80.000 francs, among  tne united States on bis way home.
hose on the second horse     m. Clemenceau visited America toi-
mon.    those on  the  third   [owing   the   Civil   war   and   lived   for
some time In New- York city.    At one
une a race In    which    ten   .,���,,. h��� waH a member of the faculty
to    stiiit     A    group    of  0f tt ^,is' school at Stanford. Conn.,
things tor hone No. \  where he taught the French language
Then  lt  starts a  boom  Tor an(j literature.
8.   An enormous number of
..Id on No. ''.:  very few on '	
i   I wins. Tho group of .-rooks
M. illy all the money bet  (jjlj   PUDilS  HOnOF
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representation   has  been
���   government of the man-
'. the parl-mutuel encour-.
*tn fraud, but the government pay*
fo attention.     It   finds   the    Bystem
'���   tab b and it wants the money
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Telephone  No. 335.
corner of  Columbia  and   Begbie  Streets.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
We are able to All In your wants ln the Wedding Gift line from
$1.00 and up. If It ls a Wedding Ring, or an Engagement Ring,
we can suit the most exacting requirements.
We shall be pleased to have you call and consult us.
The Public
Supply Stores
ives
Principal StramberQ
(Continued From Bufe 0ne >
CREW OF  EVA  MARIE
IS PLACED UNDER ARREST
Porl Simpson, B.C., June 29.���-Yes-
terday the police launch arrived from
Prince Kupert with the ship Inspector,
Md after s thorough Inspection of the
waling Bchooner Kva Marie, Constable
Deane, insisted by a special from
Prince Rupert, arrested twenty-sis Indian deserters, They wlll be forced
��� vessel previous to her Ball ,
���     rhree other Indian desert srs es-
|  ed the pervious night  In a west
���      The   police   are     alter
them In  launches.
i  Marie went  ashore   last
Green Top Island, al the en-
Pi luce Rupert  harbor, ihort-
er owner, victor Jacobson,
01   Victoria.    She was at that
irge of Capt  l.unu..    The
once left her in their can-
61   she   was   pulled   off   Unln-
the  hunters  refused  to  roller.     Now,   apparently,   they
���''��� forced   to     complete     I ho
""ise to Behrlng sea. wliich will last
"Mil October or November next.
they may have attained, ls owing very |
largely to your efforts on their behalf.
With tho desire of giving some tan-1
glble form to this  ��ery general  feel-
Lng,  we  have  made  up amongst  our- j
selves, this purse,  which  we ask  you
to accept. ,
It Is our desire that you will take
advantage of the leave of absence we
hav�� obtained for you, and visit historic places In Europe and the centers of education  there.
We feel that such a trip will bo one j
of pleasure to yourself and of advantage to tho Hi. li  Bchool and to the
community on your return.    We alll
Join In wishing you a most enjoyable
holiday.
(Signed.)���Richard McBride, W. W.
B. Mclnnes. V   \V. Howay. .1. I'. Boyde,
C. D.   Qlllanders    W    <',.    McQuarrie.
F. L. Beecher, Harry Tidy, Muriel Curtis, Mis. C, a. welsh, K. w. Clarke,
Vera Qilley, Kate Draper, W.
inonds.    Bessie    Eastman,   Gertrude1
Eastman, Mis   T. n. Barbaree
Armstrong),    Mrs   J,  Savage
Cray), Mabel Chapman, J. .1
H. A. shiles. L. .1. Ladner,
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We Have Just Received a shipment
of OLIVES. They
are a New Brand;
large and well packed.    All Prices. . .
ll. Ed-
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(Lily
(Alice
.lohnston.
.lean   Pat-
Bonnie.
Our
Preserving
Strawberries
are Here !   Get   a
crate  before   they
are all gone.
it.
 Whiteside, Frederick O. Turner, tt   <
"GGEST STEERS EVER P^'H^BunS.F. M. McQuar-
PRODUCED   IN   ALBERTA   Lusby.  H.     ( ,.���,���>., Pred
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P- Bui
Calgary, June  28.���TWO  ponderous ,..,l,,r,-m(
animals, the largest steers eve- grown netL < atnerm
ln,l'" premier province  of    Alberta,  Q.   B��errq80?,    v      _
learning around the stock yards ot | ton, ^'^    Haggen Ida M, Marsha
tn ��� ,.  Co..
bul  will tln.U.
^^^^^^   . at  present.       ,^^^
taken  to  the exhibition   grounds,
V||"rp  they   will   ho   exhibited   tl
.^H", ol wondrous sightseers
th�� exhibition
Tl
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the
during
Ewen,
monds,
I Beatty,
11.   L.
Mr
Ed
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Percy
le proportions of these huge sped- _ ���'��� McQuarr
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"Bena of u���
stroua
obtaln'e
Up the
enol
ranch and are truly a credit
he province.    Many  visitors have
l,l'"-"-l aurprist
Pr��Portinn8 i��� Mr
Margare't Brown (nee ...
Bllgene  Rousseaa,  H
M|X   ii   i���  Edmonds,  a.
M Peele,   Sidney   Peele,
S.  Keith,   W.  C,
nii.eni"3vi ��� -     -      .   .   peele,   M.  ���'���  l''11'-
W    Mel,cod,   Q.   W,
Watson.
grow  up on  nn ,\ncici.���.lUv��,   _���-��� \VarA\e^  Barbara
heef tribe at^^^^^^^^
An idea of their slse can be Ilp8,
I  when  It  Is  stated   thai   they Mrs
scales  at   over   8,000  pounds E, J.  1-i,1'u;'"
.... , that   Is  the two  of  them    Will Morrow   WIIss 1
*��Ehl three tons, or a ton nnd n half ,H, C, Major, K lte
\:;!     The  animals   grew   Up   on   nn Ahoivron.hlo.      M;�� ^
J';'^ ranch and are truly a credit Ethel  Jones   (ne.       '
ams
Phone 92
are
at their Immense
Hums.   The steers
u
�� in
""'1 Proportioned nnd  very  gen-1Pletchei
spirit.
v'AUtl  J��n6BA(T  lohMtin,    Ai-thurl
Anderson.     A.   S.   Jon" NVi
^���OT LP DotnTIS Howard,
temute, a. i , i<t ��'���        .,      ,   vvl.j
T0d  " W r^liihers.1
THE
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
DAILY        NEWS
The   Galbraith   Boys.   A.   N.   Draper I
Mrs.   Russell   Smither   (Marv   Holt)'
Mrs. Latta IC. M. McKenzie)', Gordon I
Richmond,  Dora  McBride, Maria  Anderson,   Oorpe   H.   Leaf,   J.   Eugene
Brown, Guy T. Scouler, Mary McLellan,  Jack   Lam  Tung,  John   McLeod,
Mabel   Wells.  Thorllef  Larsen.  A.  L.
Kendall. J.  S. Clute.  Duncan  McPhaden.   Donal.l   Murphy,     Mrs.   Allison,
Joseph   Mayers,   James   Stott,   Ethel
McCallan,   George    D.    Turner.    The
Carncross Family.  Hester  Draper,  E.
G. McBride, L. E. Cruickshank, C. G.
Granger,  Mrs. C.  Julihn   (Helen  Moffat i.   Mrs.   Oswald   iJeannie   Mogee),
Dora L. Cook. Minnie O'Carter, Helen
Montgomery,   S.   C.   Dyke,   Theodore
Lennle, Joseph  Weaver,  Mrs. R. Galbraith    (Edith    Wells),   The   Wilkie
Family, John Kennedy, Ben Kennedy,
G.    Bruce    Corbould,,    L.    Thornbur,
Stanley  Gilchrist,  William  Reid. Clif
ford  Lord. Thomas.D. Guest, Mrs. T. R
Pearson,  Clara  Undseth.  G.  R.  Ken-
j dall.   W.   Granger,   B.   McEwen,   W
.Gordon.
j    The address, which was a fine piece
i of callgraphy, was the work of D. A.
Shiles.
Mr. Stramberg Returns Thanks.
Principal Stramberg was taken completely by surprise, but did his best
to e..press his thanks.    He said tbat
the greatest thing be desired was the
success ln life of all his pupils, and
When they had succeeded, it was the
greatest   possible   source   of  satisfaction to him.   One of the school trus-1
tees had paid him the greatest com-1
I pliment   he   ever   received   when   he!
told him that  ninety per eent of his
I pupils had been successful in the various callings they had taken up.
He remarked that the proposed trip
' to   Europe  required   considerable   re
| flection before being  undertaken,  but
, he supposed that he was really hound
to  carry  out   the  wishes of the d.in-
ers to a certain extent.
Some Stramberg Successes.
Principal Stramberg then went on
to mention a few of his former pupil i
who had attained fame In different
branches of endeavor. The flrrfl man
he mentioned was Judge lloway.,
whom lie described as being better
able to give a legfil opinion on any
subject without consulting his books
than anyone in British Columbia.
ln   Judge   W.   W.   B.   Mclnnes,  one
I of the graduates ot the school, tbe |
country   possessed  the mos;   fluent   if
not   the   most   logical   orator   in   the
Dominion.
In me Heine he pointed out tho brilliant course jusi completed by Dr. S.
B. Peele, who. after carrying off the
premier honors during the lirst two
[years at Toronto, went to McGill and
repeated the performance in his third
]and fourth years.
���    He also referred to Thorllef Larsen,
who as a Rhodes scholar at Oxford,
has recently attained considerable eminence. ^^^^^
He completed  his list by mention
lng  Premier   McBride of  British  Columbia, the  youngest premier ln th
British Empire. ^L
T. J. Trapp, chairman of the school
board, announced  that  a cheque  fo-
three months' salary ln advance was
waiting for Mr. Stramberg In the secretary's offlce  and  then the  meeting
aaiourned to partake or ice cream and
eai-,o    kindly    provided  by   the  lady
graduates,   of   whom   a   great   many
were present.
John B. Gray
 ......mm.     a a,r\     ICUCI   I   CR
Dominion
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Trust   Block.
Columbia   St.
*      Dominion    nuai   i.,wrM
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If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
���-BUS*
That you can secure the best fire protection In the city at the
lowest rates. I write insurance with no strings to it. You pay your
premium and your worry stops. None but the Best Companies in
the business are represented by me. All losses that they have
ever had have been satisfactorily adjusted.
Call or phone for particulars and rates.
ALFRED  W.  McLEOD
"The Insurance Man"
Suits 1, Curtis-Armstrong Blk.      Phone 62
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
r. j. Armstrong, PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Thursday
JUNE
"��� u-
CQ2k
("LOTH
INDIAN PHYSICIAN
SEEING WINNIPEG
SOCIETY DOPE EIENDS
TOBOGGANING TO RUIN
Distinguished Native of
Bombay Thinks That Canada is Wonderful Country
1
Reductions on all our Two-Piece
Summer Suits
25 SUITS AT HALF PRICE
$16.00 SUITS FOR   .8.00 $15.00 SUITS  FOR $7.50
$12.00 SUITS FOR $6.00
25 Two-Piece Suits Reduced One-Quarter
These are all this season's styles in tlie New Fabrics
$18.00 SPECIAL VALUE TWEED $13.50
$16.50 SPECIAL VALUE TWEED $12.00
$12.00 ALL  WOOL  HOMESPUNS    $9.00
50 Boys' Three-Piece
Suits-
Values ranging from $4.75
to $7.50, TO CLEAR AT-
$3.00 the suit.
It will PAY YOU to look
into these BARGAINS.
They will not last long
REID & CO
The Store of Satisfaction
Clothes Mats Furnishings
Winnipeg, June 29.���With a quick
flash of dark eyes and n gleam of
white teeth, Dr, Welta, a native physician from Bombay, India, answered
the greeting of a newspaperman In the
! Royal Alexandra lasl evening, extending politely a slim, dark hand,
anil admitting that he had come to
see "this wonderful Canada."
"I came ttans-Paclflc," said the doctor, with n certain naivete of diction
"through Japan." The accent was
soft and English, excepl for a peculiar
Intonation of the "r" sound. "They
bave very many Indians in Vancou-
I couver," added Dr. Wtlta, "have you
any Indians In Winnipeg? I mean Easl
Indians, of course."
Old  Fashioned  India.
The talk turne I to India, The doctor smiled when to! I of the labor famine in western Canada In harvest-
time, "Ah, we have plenty men in my
country. The machinery there is all
old, old. Nearly all the work Is done
by hand-labor. No, l don't know
about the crop this year, because It
is not yet alter the lirst rain. Men
plow and sow in India hetween the
flrst rain ami the second rain; and
they do not know how the crop will
be, or if there will be a crop at all,
till after the simoon.
"Bombay is Kipling's town. yet. I
have not read his books. I have he ird
that he is much talked about in 'England and America. What is it you
like about his hooks?
Will   Not   Buy   Land.
"No, I do not come here to buy land.
I come to study this country. I have
come far. and it seems only a little
time. Yesterday I was iu Japan, today I am in this Canada. The world
is very small indeed, is it not. And
when they get those diri���those balloons, it will not be anywhere we do
not go. No, I say again. 1 do not
want to buy Canadian land���I do not,
absolutely."
Data on Deaths From Drugs
Lead to Society to Fight
Growth of Evil.
London, .lune  29.���So startling  are
ie  government   figures    on    deaths
DOMINION LANDS  RAILWAY  BELT
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Coast  Division.
Surveyed     agricultural     Dominion
Lands  in   the   Railway   Bell   nol   reserved or withheld rrom entry and Dot
disposed   of  or  occupied,  are  open   to
entry under the provisions of the l(iit-;
ish Columbia Dominion Land regula-
tions.
In   the  Coast   Division   of  the   Rail-
way Bell any male person mer eight-
from poisoning in England that an as-leen yeara of age and otherwise ellg-
sociation has been formed to fight the I ible, may obtain under entries as
drui; habit and to offer curative treat
August 15 to
1910
all
��flight on Cam
homestead   and   pre-emption,   a   lo.nl ' $30,000 IN  ��RIZES/i\i
ment  to  victims.    Prince    Frederick I subdivision  of  forty  acres  ol   Bench pREf.i
Duleep-Singh, the Duchess of Rutland Land.    Residence is required for at     Speclall;   io. rat(,
ami the Ear] of  Minister are among least six months in each of Qve years,  on rullw        ;,1(| |P0
the supporters, Total cultivation required to earn pat-     -
To begin with, a "Home Hospital" ent for a twenty aero homestead, ten   t ^^^^^
is to be opened for educated women acres cleared and six cultivated, ami,""'"
workers who have ben, !<��� l into dop if Hie remaining twenty acres is pre-     8l��Perb  anil
lng themselves in order to meet  the empted bj  the homesteader, an addi   Speedln l""H
high   prssuie  of   professional   life.   Six tional   ten   anes  cleared   and   si\   till    Kpeet"--1  s
eases have already  been treated sue- tivated  either  on   tin-   homestead   or
cessfully to prove the victory can bo pre-emption,,  no additional  residence
won.    for $7  to J9 a week  patients tor   the   pn emptlon.     Price  of   pre-
can  have all  thev    need,    Including emptlon,   flve   dollars  per ime. pay.
trained  nursing.   The treatmenl   has able in flve installments with Interest.
to be kept up from four to eight weeks     Condltl il purchase entries maj be    ��� IJOl
according to the grip liquor or drugs obtained  for  twenty  ncres ol   Bench '""to
have on  the patient. l-!'"1   |,v   ;1  ,:I-'1''  ��vei   eighteen   and jas.  roy
The Registrar General's returns just otherwise   eligible   and   nol   holding  Manager   and   Seer
published show thai every day iu Eng homestead or pre-emption.   Resident
n
'
Broncho   H
Chopping t
In;;  I:  .
:
the  Fli
1
1
r  ,  ,        , I
Entrh ���
11 prize 11
CHICAGO   PARSON   WOULD
TAKE  AWAY  STATEHOOD
MAIL  SERVICE.
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at the Xew Westminster postofflce and hour given in
each case being the hour of closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, be-
for the actual despatch. All mails,
unless otherwise stated nre despatched and received daily except
Sunday. The only mails despatched
and received Sunday are the G. N. R.
south and C. P. H. east mails, not including way mails, Sapperton, Fraser
Mills and Coquitlam.
Mails Despatched.
8 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
B. C.  Electric railway.
First C.P.R. east taking all points
east Including Langley and district.
The mail for Abbotsford and district, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and district, and Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver.
8 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points east and south,
and Hall's Prairie, Fernridge and Hazelmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays.
All Surrey mails are received from
Cloverdale, except Hall's Prairie, Hazelmere and Fernridge, which arrive
on the Port Guichon train on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric rail-
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
W RAILWAY CO.
EFFECTIVE   SUNDAY.   JUNE   5.
Leave New Westminster:
5:45���Connects with train to Sumas
and Transcontinental N'o. 97; arriving
New Westminster 7:43.
9:10��� With  N'o.  2  going east;  also
connection for Nicola and train from
I Agassiz,    Kootenay,    Okanagan    and
! Sumas;    arriving   New   Westminster
10:18.
16:25���With train for Agassiz, Koo
'tenay points, Sumas and St. Paul; returning arrive Westminster 18:12.
19:35���With No. 96 Transcontinental eastbound and trains from Mission,
Nicola and Okanagon points, and N'o.
1 from east; arrive New Westminster 22:02.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
H. C. B.  FOSTER, A. G.  P. A., Vancouver.
Chicago, June 29.���Nevada was bitterly denounced last evening by Rev.
.Melbourne P. Boynton in th:> Lexington Avenue Baptist chuuch for permitting the staging of the Jeffries-Johnson fight at Reno on Independence
Day. liis subject was "Nevada's
Shame."
"It is Nevada's shame that she lacks
men of brain and brawn who could
save her against herself and make her
deserts to blossom as the rose." said
Mr. Boynton. "Her masters lune
taken a course that promises to keep
Nevada an uninhabited desert for
many years.
"There should he some way by
which of nation could recall the charter of a state that has become a moral
menace. Nevada has no right to remain a part of our nation with the
full powers of a state. Nevada should
become a territory and be governed
from Washington in such fashion as to
protect the rest of the republic against
the international shame that is now
ours because of this monstrous evil
of the prize ring."
md somebody is doped to death. Minder by poisoning does noi Increase ll
is too dangerous in these days ol
Chemical analysis bill suicide and ac
cidents are growing more and more
frequent with pol8Qn as a cause of
death.
Suicides are Increasing, an: way, but
there is no longer any need to use violent poisons. There are pleasant drugs
that bring dreams and a drifting Into
the Beyond without ugliness. Hence
an increase of fifty per cent in sui-
I cides  from narcotic  poisoning.
British surgeons and Father Bernard
Vaughan  say the  prevalence of doping   is  due   to   the   cowardice  of    the
present generation.    Pain must he relieved at any cost.    Doctors take their
hand   in  the  iiame  hy  praising  each
new drui;���chloral  hydrate, siilphonal,
I anti-pyrlne, cocaine  and  the  rest���as
it comes on the market.    Every West
End  drug    store    sells    hypodermic
syringes  to those   who  prefer  to  put
| poison under their skins rather than
I down their throats.
Nor. on this side, is there any adequate control of anaesthetics or medicines  containing    dangerous    admixtures.    All   sorts   of   restrictions   are
ret i.y   va.,j
Exhibition   Absoci,;;       |
District of New Westmlnstei
New W<-sto Inster Land Du
1
required  only  tor siv  months durln
the fifth year but  cultivation  duties
Increased.     I'l ice, Iin  dollai s pel   an ,,
ii\ e Installments.
Bench Lands in this division are
lands below twenty-flve hundred
(2,500) fi et above sen level.>  Uplands
are   lands above  that   altitude  and   ale ''";''   l:" '   '
Bubjecl onlj  to disposition bv quarter        Abbol accountanl
sections   under   homestead   entry   oi   "'"'1 '" :" P'J   ; }
grazing   lease   to   settlers.     Flooded  ���''"''���"'  ' :  ' I
lands   mav   be   reserved   for   hav   pur    :'   '}' ' '' '   '" '"' 1
poses   Or   based    to   seltlels   by    legal j _r0,."1." ."" .al"' ���������   U'Cfollo
subdivisions.
Entree fee lor homestead, preemption and ceiHipioii.il  purchase is ten
dollars for each  entry.     After securing
patent In connection with the land
firs' entered for, tne settler may secure another entry and so on, but not
Bcrlbed lands:
(" * ���> Post mark|
A. M.-i;, 8. VV. i
B. w. cornei ol
ship  19,  M n .',
Westmlnstei    U
180   chains;     thei
i
, ,, ,,, ,    ,   ���   ,,,,,  , ithi n< e soul!.
for more    ban a to a   of one  bundled
nn.)   BlitV   acres S     rll:""s   '" \
,UI    Mv,>   '"r s' ,.     ,    ,, .     , . and containing  ���
Entries  under  the  British  ( olumlua
��� i      ,      i>,      i . m   . ha ted at Abbo '
Dominion  Land  Regulations, effective   ,        ,  , , . ���'"''
.,,,,,,,,, , dav   of  June.   A.D.,
on   the   2nd   July,   1910,   mav   on   and
after that date be made for lands then
Open to entry. Any lands withdrawn
from Umber berths, as well as newly
surveyed lands, will before becoming
available for entry require advertise
ment    for   thirty   days.       "Surveyed"
.1
WATER   NOTICE.
placed on the saloon manager before !Jji"",,s f��r.the Purpose of entry means
be can sell B glass of ben- to a thirsty ,egal- subdivisions abutting on a sur
client. But a drug storeman may sell
a tooth tincture to a dope fiend know-
ing it has ingredients as Insidious In
their effects as opium.
There is a Pharmacy Act with lots
of rules for scheduling poisons, but
any amount of narcotics are daily con
sunied by a self-doctoring community
without any clear direction to show
they are toboganning to physical ruin.
And the most voracious victims of
them all are In that strenuous society,
especially feminine society, that seeks
to repair with drugs the nervous force
squandered in later hours and unnatural conditions.
���plands
8    BUI
veyed line, or. In case of t
quarter sections abutting on
veyed line.
For further Information apply to the
Dominion Land Offlci . New Westmln
ster,  II   C.
P. 0, KFYFS.
Secretary
"THE  WHITE   SQUAW."
Mails  Received.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
8:.'!0  a.m.���Vancouver  and   Victoria
including   U.   S.   matter,     and     also
(except  Tuesday)   via  B. C
railway.
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:15  a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via G.  N. R.
8:30 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first train)
Sapperton,   Fraser   Mills  and   Coquitlam.
12:00 p.m.���C. P. R. east.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby by courier.
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:15 p.m.���BUine and  Seattle,    including all U. S. points. .
7:00 p.m.���Revelstoke local and C.!i?*_^'
P. R. Intermediate points,
way.
1:30 p.m.���Strawberry Hill, Tim-
berland and South Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���Ladner and down river
po'nts, K&Bt Burnaby, Qucensboro and
Burquitlam, by courier.
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via G. N. lt. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nlcomekl, and
Port Kells, dally, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tynehead on Tuesday and Friday; B.��n Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Buinaby
Lake, via B. C. Electric railway. Saturday an extra mail is despatched to
Victoria via Vancouver at this hour.
Blaine and Seattle, including all
17. S. points, east and south, via the
C. N. R. "Flyer." kT H
On and after June 5.
STEAMSHIPS FROM VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
10:00 a. m    Dally
1:00 p.m  Dally
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a. in    Dally
Electric 11:0" P- m  Daily except Saturday
11:30 p. in  Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p.m    Dally
TO   UNION  AND  COMOX.
2:00 p. m    Mondays
8:00 a. m.. .Thursdays and Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
11:00 p. m   Every Saturday
TO  PRINCE   RUPERT.
11:00 p.m. Every Thursday and Sat.
TO STEWART (Portland Canal).
11:00 p.m    Every  Thursday
S. S.  Beaver  leaves  N'ew  Westminster 8 a. m. Monday, Wednesday nnd
|Fridays;    leaves   Chilliwack   8   a.m.
Thursday   and    Saturdays.
For particulars, apply to
ED GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
C.  b:  FOSTER,
A. G. P. A., Vancouver.
A.  GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Made to Any Design.
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork of All Kinds.
39 Alexander St.
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
E       DAILY        NEW3
The purport of the author In writing "The White Squaw," was to give
! the public a play wllich is founded on
J historical   facts  and   to  portray  characters   that  have  never  before   been
��� placed on the stage.   The intrigues between the French and English to get
': possession of land held by the Indians
! along the Detroit and St. Clair rivers,
'during the eighteenth century, and in
fact until about 1820, were such that
it nee.ls little imagination on the part
jof an  author to build a play full  of
j dramatic as well as educational inter-
;est.
i    Very little attention has been given
'the Indians, except to rid the country
Iof them  as rapidly  as  possible,  until
! within   the  past  year,  when  the  government began to realize that a race
of people  who have been  so    cruelly
treated are fast becoming extinct.
Two little Is known of the Indians,
hence the belief that savagery is their
.chief instinct.    Many a  mother of to-
i day could le.'irn a goo ! lesson from the
savage squaw and  her little papoose.
Such  love and tenderness Is seldom
shown  among    white    mothers.    The
I youngsters in an Indian wigwam are
| the dominating factors.
'Twris this love and tenderness that
was bestowed on the white squav.-, or
rather white papoose, when the hero-
' ine of the slory at the age of four was
found by the Chippewa Mlchabo, alone
|In Hie forest by the side of her dead
father,  and  taken    to  his    wigwam,
jwbeie he and his wife, Ampata, having no children, loved and cared tot
iher  as   tlieir  own,   hiding   her   when
white people came around fearful that
she might be taken from them.
The white s(|uaw reaches the age
of eighteen without having seen a
white woman, that she can remember. The first one to come under her
observation proves to be her own sister, who is of a decidedly different
type, beini; a Beautiful blonde. Tbe
comedy situation are unique and decidedly new. The two sisters being In
love with tbe same man, the sacrifice
and the love of Jacques Cautler for
the white squaw, gives a play, though
clean, full of comedy, heart Interest
and exceptionally strong dramatic situations. It is a play for children as
well as grown people, and you may
cry and laugh without blushing.
Prominent among the people who Interpret the several chaarcters are
Miss Delia Clarke, Miss Grace Cablll,
Miss Mindie Kohman, Joseph Glllow,
���ltc.cl Lewis and William F. Koh-,
:nan.
LIBEL ACTION  FAILS.
Newspaper Comment Was in the Pub
lie   Interest.
Montreal,    June    29.-���Mr.    Justice
Guerin rendered Judgment, this morning, in the libel ease of Charles Quen-
neville   vs.   the   'Star,'   This   was   an i
action taken by a milkman  who claimed $1,999 damages on account  of articles published In the Montreal   star'
reflecting on the manner in which his
I cow stables were kept.   The case was
! made the subject of a lengthy trial, In
Ithe course of which  much expert  and
.technical  evidence   was    heard,    and
great  Interest  was taken  in  the proceedings on account of the Issues of
j general  interest,     concerning     public
! health, which were raised.
|     In  rendering judgment, the'learned
Judge admitted that  the plaintiff had
suffered damage from the publications
complained of.    Those  damages, however,  concerned   the    Interests    of  a
private  individual   which  cannot   lake
��� the lead over public Interests,    la the
present instance, a ques lon of considerable public Importance, thai of
good milk, was a: stak������, an 1 ii was
within tbe province of the press to
take up such a matter. The evidence
disclosed the (act that there was no
malice on the part of the publishers
of   the   'Star,'   but    that   the     articles
i were  written  in   tho  public  Interesl
The proof showed that the complaints
'against   the  plaintiff   were    jus: Hied
both In substance and in fact   and un-
��� der
for
District  of  New  Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice thai I. John Beckett, of
Abbotsford, B.C., lumberman, Intend
to apply to the chief Commissioner oi
Lands at Victoria, B.C., tor a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and in the follow im- described lands.
Commencing at a post marked J. B.,
S. E. coiner, planted at the S. K. corner of Section 31, in Township 19,
Municipality of Sumas, Nm- Westminster District: thence north SO chains;
tlience west 80 chains; thenoe south
Su   chains;   thence   east   B0  chains   to
point of commencement nnd containing 640 acres.
Dated  at   Ahhotsford.   B.C, this
day  of .lune, AD.   1910.
JOHN"  BECKETT
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take   notice  that   I.   T.   Walters,
Abbotsford,  B.C., engineer, Intend to
apply to the chief Commissioner o
Lands at Victoria. B,C , for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and  in  the following described  lands;
Notice Is here!        ���-. that ���
plication will be
of the "Watei   Vi .
license   In   tho   Ni  ���
vision   Of   New
(a)   i be  uan i
ver   Powei   Com
b I   offli e  at   th
British Col bl ������ .
000.   divided   ll
|1.00 each, all : .
name of the lai i
unnamed stream rui
tion -"a. block      i
thence   In   am
flowing   into   the   r
The     poinl    Of    ill .i
ii   southeasiei Ij    direction
southeast   corn, i   i I
5, north range .'. id) The i
tlty  of  wan r applii
feet    per    Second.
of the proposed  ������ i
and  pipe  line;   If) prei sa
wbicb   the   wate; to  be t
two (2), three (3) ai
two   12),   New   VV(   '
ig) The purpose tor which the *
Is to  be  used, domi stic;  ih) ':
Irrigation describe the ���  ���'���!
to      he      Irrigated.      giving   _a|
age,    no;     iii    If    the    water  i
_  be     used     for     powei     er    ffi
;purposes describe tbe place tt ���'
water is to he returm d '
ofjtural   channel,   and  the  ilifTereiu-e]
altitude   between   point   of  div
f and point of return, no;  (;
Crown  land  Intends I :    be
by    the    proposed    Wl ���'������>.   I'0'1'
This   notice   was   posti d  on tli
0th
Commencing at a post marked T. \v,l('av
S.   W.   coiner,   planted   at   Hie   B.   W.   wl"
corner of Section 32, In Township 19,   ~J8
Municipality    of    Sumas.    New    West-' *"e
minster    District;    thence   north
chains;   tlience east SO chains;  thence
south   Sil   cliains;      thence     west.     Mi
chains to point or commencement and
containing  640 acres.
Dated   at   Abbotsford.   II.C
day  of June,  AD,   1910.
T.   WALTERS
tl
CITY  OF   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Tenders
for
Notice  to    Contractors
Laying Water Main:
Tenders will  be received by the nn
derslgned fo
of   June.   1910,   Bnd   api     ���
he  made  to the comtnlss
13th day of July  1910: l�� jl
names  and  addre   ��� ��� ol ���'���' J
grtlparlan   proprietors or licensees
or   whose   lands  are  llkelj   to Ml
tected by the proposed works, ��>
above or below the outlet, none,
The pari of the Memorandum o
sociation of the company whicn
thmi/es the propel' 'I ai |i Icatton
WOrkB  reads  as  follows
jects for which the companj  s '>
Ushed and to which obji .
pany aie restricted arc the 1
of water and   water powei   by r�� 1
of unrecorded  watei  i
chase of water records oi ������|ter
lie. es tor, lg) Rendering
water   nower   avnitnbh
Oth
for
notice is hereby given that the Assessment Roll for Local improvements on
the, following streets, viz., Tenth
street on both sides from Sixth avenue to Tenth avenue, except, on the
east side or said street hetween Sixth
and Eighth avenues; also on both
sides of London, Edlnburg, Dublin and
Hamilton streets, Klght and Seventh1
avenues between Tenth and Twelfth
streets. Is open for inspection at the
ofiice of the Assessment Commissioner In the city hall, New Westminster
Hritish Columbia, and in case the owner or any person Interested In any of
the properties Included therein desires to appeal from such assessment
he shall, within the period of eleven
(ID days from tbe flrst publication
of this notice, give notice to the un
derslgned in writing of his intention
to appeal.
19?0at6d Uie 27"' day 0l J""e' AI)"
W. A. DUNCAN,
Date of first publication the 27th ll
of June, 1910. y
Englneei
nectlon    with
Improvemei
ceipt of a marked cheque, value |B0, j us" of "the" said Vate'r "and water!
which will he returned on receipt of'
a bona fide tender.   A marked cheque
for five per cent of the amount must
accompany each tender.
Tenders  will  bo  received   up  to   5
er  or  by   altering,  renewing < ^
Ing,   improving,   repairing.
such  works 01
Coinpiuiv  ai
any !'
P.m. of June 27, 1910. The lowest
or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
taining any
thereof."   (n)    .--   -     -    .... ,,
for a license to store water  >
The
voir for
of the proposed reseryi
the .aid water is Bectlon tw��     t,
'20). block live (B), north raub^.
. (2)   west;   to)   The means  oy
M        ~,    ,    ,C"y0!erk-  it IB proposed  to store, tl-'1 *      ,
New  Westminster,  .lune  d        !( ()   The  area  ol  the ,
1 ' site   or   sites  at   each   fool ,J
Tbo Hm. r    7".     ,    ,      ,     above the outlet, the��� depth ��^J
The time for receiving tenders for '     f, t    wiii    approximate
above has been extended  to Monday, I JJgJ six or PCven  feet!   ��>
Ts proposed to acquire the an
W. A. DUNCAN.     CrPvX the purpose, by purc^ A,
City Clerk.'
City   Hall
8, 1010.
July 4, at 5 p.m.
enty-nfl
byPurci(r)
|.rox7mately the number^ of acre
J j_.i     ,m     ha     linnollIH'"1,
I H
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
E        DAILY        NEWS
'uiiecessary by expropriation: re fej
��� um~   nij       ^fl()|
(intended    to    he   ���n-i)"
square feet. ���������.r-r. CO.. I,T|)J
-VANCOUVER POWER   ���l'M.,nr^
r. h. Sperling, General -        i
Vancouver, B. C. TH
yRSDAV.
JUNE 30, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Ffl.tcrbrook Milling  Company,
��** Eburne, B. C.
pLOUR!      FLOUR
*��� HUNGARIAN JEWEL. . $6.50 per bbl.
NEW YORK 10 HAVE
it
PAGE SEVEN.
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MILWAUKEE MAYOR
BUILDS IDEAL CITY
YOU CAN GET
JEWEL...$6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       .6.75   per  bbl.
TERMINAL .5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie
FRONT
&Co.
FLOUR AND PEED  MKIM'IIANTS
Greatest Engineering Project EmU Seidel, Socialist   Tells
on Continent Will Carry    Saengerbund of His Hopes
Water Ninety Two Miles
and Ambitions.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
\JiX.mfi*Ta~.
I"
New York, .1 im
years after the ail,
gre it  engineers ol
A    hundred      Cl
o
The Proper Thing
"YOU NEEDN'T
COME  AROUND'
to our ofllce every time you
need a ton ol coal���any of our
drivers will be (.-id to take
your order. Then, too, a postal Will bring about the same
result���good coal In your cellar at .hort notice. Also, our
phone is In good order, and
tlieir numbers are lfi and 16.
Conl procure,! bere ls crack-a-
Juck coal, however secured.
LLEY  BROS., Ltd.
une
ol Christ, the groundwork   ol   an
tome con tructed citj     waa  di  crib,
an aqueduct, to bring pu
Rome boasted fourteen of these aer��l German-Am irican singers at
waterways ami  running    mil.-.
'"il'-S  over  hill   an,|   ,|.,i,.
I.���Building    the
""leal     SoclallSl
by   Mayor   Emll
Seidel yesterday as th,. object of the;
presenl   Socialist    administration    of j
stand as inoiiu   Milwaukee, lie addressed
In Shirts
r Into
lit j  ari   ��� ���
AT THE BIG  CLOTHING  HOUSE
and
The Imperial City of America is
boring im,. the earth lor the same
purpose thai Rome hum aloft \
dozen miles back of the Bleepj Hudson
valley town of Kingston, the citj ol
New York has begun tn build the
greatest artificial reservoir in the
world. To bring its billions of gallons
of water inn, ihe city, modern engineers au- digging mu a tunnel which
will cosi hall as much us He- Panama
canal, ami which ii will riva
chanlca] complications.
a "Volksfest" iii a local park, speaking in German  and closing his
l l   me-
address in English.
The occasion was the open-air dem-
onstratlon in connection with the fifth
annual convention and Baengerfesl of
tin- ie rman-Amerlcan Saengerbund of
the Northwestern stales.
"When ue came into the city hall at
Milwa ikee we found the administrative machinery rickety and rusty and
absol Itelj useless tor our purposes,"
said lie Socialist mayor. "The board
Of   I    ' lie   works   was   a   three headed
monster with tentacles reaching into
corporation ami contractors' others in
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V/ORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
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J.   BROOKES,  Proprietor
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New York is preparing to   furnish
water tc, a "ten million city."   To say ll" Parts '->���' the city,
thal the now Ashokan re ervolr, whei "When we set ahout to kill the mon-
completed will hold 1.7. ,000,000 j il- Bter. "ie Republicans and   Democrats
Ions of water means little to -; .��� a  ... told us we could not  do it.    We said
age man.    Hut  when you realize thai nothing, but went ahead and killed it.
'ids single i. servolr, when completed, "Many are wondering if we have in-
wHl   he  a  ureal   lake  among   the   hills. I troduced   Socialism   in   Milwaukee.     I
twenty-two miles long and two miles
wide; that the filling of it will take
the mountain rivers a whole year, then
you begin to get a measure of the
task.
Ami   when   you   realize  further  that
this great body ,.f water once cooped 	
up in this reservoir, is to be brought
"��� to   the   citj    and   distributed,     you   CROWD CHASED BRUIN
gather the full significance of the Job in streets OF ROSSLAND
tlie engineers have set for themselves, i 	
am frank 10 confess that we have not
and it probably will he a long time
befoie we sliall he able to do so. We
are building the groundwork for an
ideal city for men and women to
live in."
B.C.
Mills
Timber
and
Trading
Co*
1   turers and Dealers in ah Kinds of
LllMEBR. LATH.  SHINGLES.   SASH,   DOORS.   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royo
TMshtrnt  12
I City Planing Mills   Branch
New  Westminster
Box   13/
lust a Few Left oi
West End View
Lots
In Lit bi, Sub. Block 12, between 8th and
loth Avenues, to the east of 18th Street,
"rice $350, one quarter cash, balance 6, VI
and IS months. These lots are close to the
few cut off, and you will be wise if you step
m now and secure them.
Two Good Buys
helots on Hamilton St.. all cleared,
JUX150. price $J00 each cash, or $1000 on
terms.
Today   more  than   12     lab irei B
are working on the monster project.
Complete in 1914.
I.ate in I!il4 the water is to he turned into the two basins of the reservoir. Tho ninety-two-mile long anue-
duct, under mountains and great
rivers, will be completed hy the same
time���and New York may fill her cup
to overflowing.
In 1905 a commission was appointed
te plan a water supply for a "ten-million city." The water supply had to'
bi seemed in New York State���to
Let water from another state would
have caused endless litigation. The
Catskills looked hest. lt was found
that a total watershed of 900 square
miles, capable of supplying 750,00t
gallons of water daily, was available.
lt was nlnety-tWO miles to New York's
door- ninety-1wo miles in an air line,
across a mountain ridge, deep valleys,
and a ureat river. Hut the engineers
said it could he done an 1 It Is being
done.
The Ashokan Reservoir will he the
main Im] oundli     itation for the sys-
So ingeniously is it planned that
the natural 1 Ills will  make up nine.
tenl walls,    'f' ���   remali in ���
���������������.   will   he   in   the  form   of    treat
dykes, save foi   the kej 3toi e ���<<���  tl e
tructure   the    Ashokan   D
alii  en  the edge of ihe
Senas creek. Sevei '. stei    towei s
, -. ��� [eet of water
Rossland. June 2'.K���The southern
portion of Rossland was the scene of
an exciting, but unfruitful, bear hunt
the other afternoon. A well grown
and very impudent brown cub ventured well within the city limits. It had
evidently strayed from its mother,
and. astonished at the novelty of its
surroundings, went on an exploring
pedltlon, venturing as far as t'ook
avenue. Round by Spokane street and
Washington street and the intervening hush, he meandered at bis own
sweet will, scaring a few neighbors,
and heing frightened by others. Then
he passed along eastward, coming out
of the hush into Washington street.
Here he frightened a young lad, who
dropped the rake lie was using and
took to his heels. By devious ways
he went to the south end of Washington str.et and into the bushes. By this
time the news had reached Columbia
avenue and very soon several men
were belter-skeltering down Washington street with guns of all kinds ready-
to give Bruin a happy dispatch. The
i arty scattered in all directions, but
no further sight of the bear was obtained, although tracks and signs were
apparent all about. None of the dogs
which accompanied the hunters got
any .cent of the animal, and so he got
away. Hut. while the excitement lasted, it  was intense.
The hist seen of the bear was by-
some residents in the west part, when
Bruin was making for tho Sunset side
n -his monster dam holds back the
���Aa- r  it   is    lo  Imprison.    Sixty-five of the city.
remeterles had to he moved.   Between
ihe   \illauos   were   hundreds   of   farm =
Everj   one  must   co.    Even
and underbrush will be cleare 1  water can be raised to within fifteen
away,   for  Gotham   must     have    her  jIH.i,es of tho top.
���  i  hty drink. it is when the tunnel reaches the
Lot 7 <mi ith St., Block 19, Sub.
rrice 51 50 on terms.
block
Maple Rid��e
P acres of good land, close to Mission City
this.
��<>0(
5 $35 Der acre. ' $1000 cash handles
"ice on very easy terms.
I British Canadian Securities
Company, Limited
A Tremendous Structure.
When you pass thi ough Brown's
station, where the dam begins, you
come to the edge of the gorge of
Esopus Creek and peer down the side
of the growing dam. It is a gorge,
wide as well as deep���lt'8 nearly a
mile across. The dam will rise 240
feet above the water level of the
creek. Al its base it will be 190 feet
thick. Ats its crest it will cany a
thirty-fool roadway. The engineers
tell vou it contains eight limes more
material than the great pyramid of
Egypt.   The dam is bulll of cyclopean
stones, bias:.-I  Houi neighboring lulls,
imbedded In solid concrete, The structure is lined with an even masonry
construction of giant concrete blocks.
The wall against which lhe water will
,���,,, ia perpendicular, while ihe outer
wall slopes away at a forty-five degree
' ""adj masonry dam. no matte, how
olldlj constructed, is bound to crack
land leah  Nervous people b< lov, might
|-el   scared  and  mow   away,  tearing
,    Jamestown disaster,   bo the
.shokan dam is bulll In each
...   keyed  togethei
no binding cement.    In
tlie dam was purposelj i
. anee.    Small  drains
seepage.
Kio.n the greal re
will run Into a smu iei  ���>  ���
lerating   i""1      '   ''
0   ye s.nllcs must give �� -
Within   us   i
iwo thousand
Hudson river that the greatest feat
must be accomplished, and already
the engineer's preliminary work has
shown that they will succeed. On
opposite sides of the Palisades engineers sunk shafts hundreds of feet
deep. One shaft went down at the
foot of historic Storm King mountain,
the other across the river at the foot
of Breakneck mountain. Down in the
earth, through these shafts, the engineers took diamond drills���they are
set with $800 worth ot diamonds each
���and sent them straight through the
bed of the river until they met in midst ream. They went all the way
through bed rock. So the tunnel will
follow I hem through solid rock, 1.000
feet below the level of the river. Under the stream the water will flow to
the east bank and thence, by gradual
sloping, to New York City. Gravity
and siphon system controls the water
throughout.
Will Cost $200,000,000.
The water penned up in the Ashokan reservoir would cover the entire
surface of Manhattan Island to a depth
of twenty-eight feet. The great reservoir was planned to cost $12 f>70,-
000. So great an undertaking was it
that the contractors spent $1,000,000
preliminary worl; before a pick was
i-i
bui   having
other words
in ad-
Wlll   Cil   :���    ���"���"���
stuck  In   the  earth.
se.ro]   tl        I :      it Is estimated thai when the flrst
.   .        '���  water  comes   from   this  new   system
t- into the city, move than $200,000,000
.ill have been expended.    Along the
ninety-two miles of the aqueduct the
���mm'of laborers  is working day and
night.   It costs nearly $100,000 a day
their   wages.     Two   hundred
io   pay
poo
onh half a mile square
fountains, each sending up a stream
��bow these a���d'seventy policemen guard the work
and protect the lives and property of
the employees. The city of New York
weekly sends thousands of books from
Its public library to the various camps,
for the benefit of the laborers.
1 lng air
R- PEARSON, Manager.
The Dominion
and night,   u la "��: '���"���
fountains work; ll Is to fo.ee Iife-glv-
Into ; e water.
A Wonderful Aqueduct.
water ts ready tor the
l marvelous underground
thai   Is  the envy  of ���ver*
oroad  engineer b  the world
'���!s a straight edge south
Ami then
iquedui I
structure
from the
very heart
deep
nol at the at
under
and in
When the tunnel enters New York
it will run through the center of tho
city from one end to the other. At
no'point will it be less than 175 feet
Mow the surface. It will dive under
the East river and supply Brooklyn;
the Battery it will plunge far
the waters of the Upper Day
��� Ve Its way to Staten Island, to
ISE  IN   THE  NEWS
W'LI. BRING RESULTS
ed
half
section the [�����el J5fn'j'a ' finish Catskill mountain water to the
1*  �� ��������� ���% SS��en    feel  Smbitan.s of  the  Borough  of  Rich-
h/throC this >;";-,;;:1lir^|,,US frantic work wi.l end in the
bounding sou cubic   eet        ��� , ,.lli0
While it is exacted tnat ^ ^^ 0, staten island.
voir away  down in
second.
tunnel
will be 1*1'!" 25S
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Light, medium and dark
patterns. Stripes, checks
and neat patterns. The
pleated lines are strong
sellers.   All new designs
From   $1.00   to   $2.50
I
IM. J. Phillips I
i
llcardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents   for   20th   Century   Clothing   and
Christy and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New Westminster, B.C.
I
At Kirk's Hardware
You can get Hammocks and Refrigerators, Screen Doors and Screen
Windows, Lawn Mowers and Sprinklers, Sreen Wire Enamelled, Rubber
Hose and Cotton Hose.
Sherwin-Williams Paints.
"Ladies' Aid" Range.
T.KIRK
I
New Arrivals in
Ladies' Blouses
AND
Children's Dresses
A. J. BIRTCH
The White House
617 Columbia Street
FOR QUICK SALE
Lot on Regina Street, between First
and Second Streets.   Price	
Lot on Princess Street,
near Fourth	
$475
$425
Must have ALL CASH as Client is leaving
for the East
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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Ti* Westminster Modern
Business School
Put iii a few months here, you cannot dispute the fact that by putting In
a few months preparation here, it will
be the nucleus of n savings account
that is bound to bring accrued inter-
est
Come here���put in a few months in
conscientious study to improve and
secure a practical business training,
which is bound to increase your earning capacity, which in turn increases
your savings account.
This institution gives tbe same conscientious attention to the student s
advancement and welfare as does the
parent.
Day session the entire year.
A. L. BOUCK,
610   Columbia   St.
Principal
Prescriptions
You may be sure you will
get the best service if you bring
your prescription to us. Xo
matter what doctor gives the
prescription we can fill it and
give you exactly what is ordered, at fair prices. None but
competent dispensers employed.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long    Distance,    7-1;
Residence, 72.
New    Westminster,    B.   C.
Crystal Theatre
KNIGHT   &   VERNER,   Proprietors.
Tlie Dally News will not suspend
publication on account of the holiday
tomorrow.
For a plen-sant cool dilnk. try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. **
The Roman leaves at seven o'clock
this morning for the fishing grounds
in the north.
For Geraniums, Dahlias nnd all
kinds of Spring Bedding Plants phone
Davis' Greenhouse, R 208. ���*
A daughter was born t .Ii and
Mrs. R; J. Hurde, of Alberni, in Victoria, on Wednesday, June --.
Carloads In and more on ihe way.
See our .stock. We defy competition.
For Anything in the Furniture line
come to W.  E, Fales. **
The B. C. I-:. R. started yeste.vby to
place the brackets for holding its nol-
, ley wire on the new pole- on t'olunl-ia
] street.
The management of the Bohemian
Cafe sees to it that the best only is
served there. **
Mr. and Mrs. X. 11. McQuarrie returned yesterday from Seattle, where
they have been spending a short holiday.
McQuarrie Bros, are now ready to
do business in the real estate and
insurance lines. Ollice, liOU, Columbia
street. **
I'll to (he end of banking hours yesterday the provincial tax collector
took in over $5,501) in the payment of
taxes.
Sons of Scotland picnic to Westminster Junction, July 1. Sports,
highland dancing and piping. Trains
leaves 9:10 a.m. Come and have a
good time. **
The Trader came into port yesterday with a load of lime for Gilley
Brothers. As soon as she discharged
her cargo she left again for Victoria.
The ladies of St. Peters church yesterday held a successful garden fete
and card party at the residence of
Mrs. Carroll, on Columbia street east.
This is tlie last day on which leniency will be shown to owners of dogs
who have negelected to provide their
canines with the tax required by law.
In the police court yesterday James
White, a negro, was lined ?^.5o and
costs for assault, and E. Henderson
paid the usual premium for getting
drunk.
In  the county  court  yesterday, the
lease of Erickson vs. the Surrey Shin-
jgle    company    was    adjourned    until
I July 8, when It will be heard before
Judge  Howay.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. have moved
their offices on the south side of Columbia street to more spacious quarters over Annandale's store at the
corner of Columbia and McKenzie
streets.
At the home of the bride's parents,
T^ii Fifth avenue, Rev. F. Baker yesterday united in wedlock Frederick
Samuel Davies, of Vancouver, and
Miss Jane Ann Calder. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Calder, formerly
of Brandon, Man. Mr. and Mrs. Davies
will  reside in  Vancouver.
Alex. ForrestOX, of Nanaimo, nrchl- |
teel and contractor, who is drawing
plans for the new $25,000 Odd Fol-
lows hall at Nanaimo. was in the
City yesterday. lie inspected the lo- |
cal 1. O. O. F. hall, und after his visit
commented favorably on the splendid
home of lhe Westminster members
of the order. .  .   .  1 4_
.McQuarrie Bros, are specialists in
New Westminster realty. Watch their
advertisements for bargains. **   t
The First Presbyterian Church of
Prince Rupert has extended a unanimous ei.il to Rev, J. s. Sutherland,
of St. Johns church, Halifax, N. S. A
pro-re-nata  meeting of the  Presbytery
of Westminster was held yesterday in
Vancouver to deal with the call, which
was forwarded to ihe Halifax presbytery.
w. N. Clarke, of Vancouver, who
has assumed the management of the
insurance department of T. R. Pearson's business, will remove to this
city tiiis week. .Mr. and Mrs. Clarke
wiil take up their residence at 306
Carnarvon street, where they will be
the guests of Mrs. MeN'atnara for,
the summer months.
A dry kiln and its contents, belonging to the Otter Shingle company at
Otter, B. C, was destroyed by (ire i
early yesterday morning, The loss is
about $10,0011 and will be mostly covered by insurance. A. W. McLeod
made arrangements for the immediate
adjustment of the losses sustained by1
the companies he represents.
Our Alteration
ale Prices
MARKET
REPORT
"The Tragedy of Mendon."
(Special Feature.)
"The  Trained  Falcon."
(Educational.)
"Brothers  in  Arms."
(Military Drama.)
Illustrated  Song.
W. J. Sayce, Baritone.
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
A quiet wedding was solemnized at
St. Andrews manse yesterday morning
by the Rev. J. S. Henderson, Lewis
Ethelbert Thomas and Miss Clare Nettie Barry, of Bellingham, being the
contracting parties. Mr. and Mrs. C.
L. Thomas, also of Bellingham, supported the principals. After the cere-
money the bridal party motored back
to their home in Bellingham.
Yesterday's   market,   owing   to   the
i
fact   that it   was held on  Wednesday ;
instead of Friday anil that it came so j
close to the last market, was one of !
the poorest held  in  months.    The attendance    was    very    slim    and    the
amount  of produce  brought    in    was
away  below  the  average.      ln    fact,
some of the lines were not represented at all.
Undor those conditions buying was
stagnant and the prices did not vary
from those of last week. There was
no unusual features to the event. Next
week's market is expected to be a
record breaker on account of the fact
that nine days will elapse befoie it
is held.
Official  Quotations.
Beef,  hindquarters,  per  Ib lie
Beef, forequarters, per lb 'Jc
Lamb, per lb    18c
I Mutton, per lb    16c
! Veal,  large    '.)  to   10c
I Veal, medium, per lb 12 to 13c
j Pork, medium, per lb 15c
Eggs, wholesale, per doz i!3c
Eggs, retail, per doz 35 to 40c
j Butter, wholesale, per Ib 25c
! Butter,   retail,   per   lb 30c
Fowl, per doz.,  live    $8 to 10
'Chickens, per doz. live    $f>  to 8
i Broilers, per doz $5 to 7
j Ducks    $8 to 10
j Geese, each   $1.50
j Potatoes, new, per lb  2c
; Potatoes, per ton    $10
i Onions, per sack    $1.50
| Turnips, per sack    50c
' Carrots, per sack   75c
Beets, per sack  75c
Parsnips, per sack  75c
Strawberries, per crate ..$1.75 to 1.90
Gooseberries, per lb 5c
I Cherries, per lb   4 to 5c
r
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite  B. C. E.  R.  Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US   A   TRIAL
' New Things To Eat"
i
Do you knew thst the "ROYAL" is serving new dishes all the
time���cooked "A la Csrte." You only live ence in the world and
why not eat the best. Spring "Chicken" and fresh vegetables; fresh
fruit and cream, from our own "ranch" will be brought in daily.���
Con-.e and bring a friend today.
The Royal Cafe and Grill
Which   Is at 604 Columbia  Street.
PHONE 375
Dominion Trust Block, Main Floor
PALMA
SOAP
Made  of
Palm  and Olive Oils.
Only  25c  a   Box.
[. A. MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Deane  Block���Four  Doors  East
of fank of England.
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Some Special Snaps
 THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY	
5 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
of  this  property.    $350  each.   Terma.
10 lots extending from First to Second street. This property
is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lune at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
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F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.     i
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Will prove a boon to hundreds of our customers
in the purchase of their holiday necessities.
This week brings a holiday, a break in the
steady grind of business. Shop early that you may
avoid the "last day" crowds.���Read on.
BOYS' AND GIRLS'
CLOTHING
Our BIG ALTERATION SALE makes NEW
PRICES on Boys' and Girls' White and
Colored   Dresses.
Girls' Sailor Dresses, $1.95 Each
Regular $2.25 to $ j. T r..   Qood  materials,  well put   together, nice
patterns and trimmings, all put together made some of the nicesta
Wash Dresses possible to buy. Materials an- Ginghams, Chambrays,
Inn-, s. Drills and Caluieas in while or colors with contrasting collar
plainly made or with braid trimming. Si/es for .iris 4 to IC years.
Sale price, each, $1.95.
Boys' Buster Suits, $1.25 Each
Regular Values up to $1.75.
Strong materials in attractive colors and Rtyles.   Clothing bought
here is superior in every way. These Hoys' Buster Suits an- the rl. M
kinds for boys who nre sure to .ive them bard wear. Si/.es for
boys 2 to S years.
Girls' Colored Dresses, 75c Each
Regular Values Up to $1.00.
Holland Galatea nnd Chambray Dresses iii plain or stripe i weaves.
This lot contains a splendid assortment sure to appeal to the likes
of Uie little folk and the purses of those who have to pay for them.
Your choice at sale price, each,    75c.
Summer Undermuslins
White wear of every description away down In pi ice as an In
ducement to quick buying.
White Cambric Night Gowns, 95c Each
Regular values to $1.35. Women's! Fine Cambric and English Hong
Cloth Nightgowns. Made in large, full size. Nicely trimmed with
insertion   and   embroideries,   with   or   without    yokes. All   s'i/.es.
Each 95c.
Underskirts, 95c Each
White Cambric and Longcloth Underskirts with wide full double
flounces. All lengths and sizes. Regular values $1.26 and |1.3i. Sale
price,   Each,   95c.
Corset Covers, 35c Each
A splendid range of od.l Uces to be cleared at this pri e. All
Bizes.
Ladies' Drawers, 35c Erch
Open and closed wide Cambric Drawers with hemstitched aid
embroidery trlmmincs.
Holiday Neckwear
Ho not forget tbe personal appearance. We endeavor to keep li
mind the demands of our cusl imers who aie particular abou- their
Neckwear. Despite tlie fact that we nre busy clearing out our oxer-
stocks in every depftrtmenl we keep in touch with the manufacturers of Neckwear Novelties. \\'o mention here a few of ihe very newest styles���Just arrive-!. Everj article sold at sale prices���another
feature of our Neckwear Depart ment.
Polaire Collars. All white nnd white with ne.it bands of red silk
ns trimming.
Chantecler Bows, Pheasant Taps, Dutch Collars of Lace, with under lining of Paisley silk Square Cut Dutch Collars I-i line qualities,
Two Tone Jabots and Dutch Collars, etc. We have added to our
usual showing a fine assortment! of hotter qualities In response to
a lar. e demand for goods of high character. Ask to see the new
varieties.   Our show cases are lull of them.
W. S. COLL
White Shirt-
Waists, $1.35
Each
Regular   valui      ���       ���
%'���'. 76.    Note  the lines   To
make     po
showing     tl.is     week    in
Hlouses    we    pui       ed
splendid      White
Shirtwaist
pi ice    which    we   li i
to   sell   at   $1.50  each.    \\t
bave   bowevi
pl Ice   to   the   lowo
limit, and  to  'he lol
6 dozen  of om   fani
broidered Waists lines
have becon e bn ki
and     15     onl)
Hlouses      w|i!i :
three quarter li
regular prii es of        h were
up to $a ::,     i  ���  .
:    I s   on   sale   I
e.ich, $1.35.
30 Pieces of
Veiling, 20c
Per Yard
A    general    clea
all   the   odd   lei,; tl       SfldS 0-
pleei s which bavi
ular dining tin   i
Hrown,   Navy.   Black, '���
and Hrown and V
and    White   and   Navj
White comblnatloi
nn si numerous in the  -
tions  placed  on  sa!.'
low   price.     Regulai   vi
36c   to    75c   per   van!.     The
lot, to clear, at, per yard, 20c.
16 Boxes of
Flowers and
Foliage-Half
Price
So ninny prices are In this
lot   of   flowers   thai   i'   ���* lra"
possible to pul them on sale
i.t any one particular price
T] e price is cm in two, bow-
���(������ er. and  inert a qui
Regular  prices  tu- to 12.00.
On  sale, e.ich, 20: to $1-����-
I
Another Line
of Trimmed
Saiiors and
Shapes, $2.00
Another special offer from
the Milinc'-y Bectlon makes
oss-ihle tor another BW
lo    secure   one   ol
iiais.    Our
price
11'
l:  p
women
these   Popular
previous lines ���'" thla
proved    mosl    popular
mii^esirea service
early If ><
able hat at a Had.
original price,
if
IC
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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