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 Ocean Park
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Camping
"WHITE  ROCK,' THE  PLACE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
frol.:
NUMBER mo.
NEW WESTMINSTER, li. C, FRIDAY, MAY
l'.iio.
EIGHT PACKS.
pricjj '���>   Scents.
LROAD SCORED
;gy BOARD Of TRADE
tat Northern   Comes  in
Harsh  Criticism for
) sregard of Public.
bo;t,,l of trade is of the opinion
I        . la nut getting fair treat-
from the Greal   Northern  Rail-
���       ���,.   This was made clear
,   [Dg lasi night.   Secretary
.   I, ,,.,1 thai iif bad received
. ilalnta    aboul   the  train
,. Great Northern south
and  ills announcement
.  hi gument.
was oi' ihi' opinion Unit
,. 0|   the  railway  liad  been
. uough.    He  thought
.   the proper thing to
, 'i  indictment  against
bmpanj   I >i    failure to  comply
of  tho  railway com-
lr -
,,, ��� \,y. w of any transporta-
[i or anywhere else
is nni  more  contrary   to   the
lien, e ol tin public," announced
y,[i..   "II la a waste of time for
[receive these complaints  here
[month.    1 do not  think we ��p-
|i. i.i      onvenience caused by
i in iI.e. people who arc
��� sin Surrey.
Icerl Inl}   seems that  tho Great
|> ���       not  lrying to please the
nd   i   think  we  should  Take
, tion,    and,    if  necessary,
la deputation to headquarters to
Ei  .gainst  the  treatment   meted
|i part  of the country."
have never put in a crossing
i il to.   There ls one on tlie
.ui   now   which  Is  ln  a dan-
lalition,"   announced  \V.   R.
LOQUITLAM SITt F9!i
UNIVERSITY IS FINE
Photographs of Location Suggested for
B. C.  University Show Splendid
Place���Site Easy of Access.
Mayor Lee ami Rev. J. S. Hender-
son are going to make a trip to Co-
quitlam soon to look over tlie university site found there a few days ago.
Some photographs of tlie site have
been taken and may be seen in the
board of trade room at the city hall.
The photos show a magnificent
stretch of land al the junction of tlie
Fraser and lhe I'itt livers. There is
a bluff almost 200 feet in height from
tlie river. This can he easily Been
from tlie city of New Westminster
ami would make an ideal location for
buildings for educational purposes.
Tho water on the Pitt is slack
enough io allow of good boating and
Un- Fraser there is not as swift as it.
is  here.
The she is not more than half a
mile from Westminster Junction and
can be as easily readied from Vancouver as it can from here. It is extensive ami beautiful and the discoverers of the place are hopeful that
It will be favorably considered by the
university   commission.
PREMIER RUTWORD
RESIGNS FROM OffiCE
Chief Justice Sifton Named
As His Successor at Head
of Alberta Government.
Edmonton, May 26.���Premier Rutherford resigned at. 11 o'clock this
morning. Chief Justice Sifton was
sworn in as president of the council.
Th" premier's retirement was tlie
outcome of lion. .Mr. Cushing's resignation some weeks ago over tlie Alberta and Great Waterways deal..
Mr. Cusliing, on his resignation,
tool; with him eleven members of the
Alberta legislature, who have since
been    known     as     cue   "Insurgents."
MANY KNOCKS FOR     {Indian found not guilty
SELEPHONE COMPANY 0F SKOOTifG with intent
Merchants Dissatisfied With
Service Given on Local and
Long Distance Lines.
Simon   George   Shot   Siwash   Joe,   But
Jury  Believes  Affair Was Accidental���Early  Adjournment.
Harsh criticism of the telephone
company occupied the atten'ion of
tlie board of trade for a considerable
portion of Us session last night. The
matter was brought up In a letter
from ii." Surrey board of trade asking the support of the local board in
an extension of the telephone facilities in tin- municipality.
This iei ier was referred to the commit"1' "ti commerce and industries
without discussion, but the telephone
company  did  not escape.    Mr.   Wade
Their   defection   left   the   government  announced the fact that'it iuul taken
in a very shaky position and Pr< miei
Rutherford's difficulties were further
him an hour and a half to get a man
In     Westminster    Junction    on    the
augmented    hy    the  resignations  cf  phone.
BIO SUM SPENT IN CANADA
ON BUILDINGS LAST YEAR
Attorney-general Cross on March li
and tlie withdrawal oi V,'. W. Buchanan, who was to lmve taken the
portfolio of municipalities.
Despite these difficulties Mr. Rutherford succeeded in clinging to nflnie.
He staved off fate for tiie time being
Councillor Charles Tyner, of Co-
quit lam, who was present, bore out
���Mr. Wade's remarks, lie had tried
for inoic than an hour to get the secretin y of the board of trade here on
fhe phone, but his efforts had been
fruitless.    He explained that the Brit-
Simon   George,   an   Indian   accused
of shooting witli  intent to do bodi y
harm to one Siwash Joe, against the
peace  of  His   Majesty the  King,  his
; crown  and  dignity,  was acquitted  at
liis trial yesterday.    He satisfied the
jury that the shooting of Joe was accidental.    J.   R.  Grant conducted  the
I defence.
Some peculiar evidence was elicited
by tlie examining lawyers.   The com-
j plainant made the statement  that he
.was   an   Indian   doctor  and   a   pretty
; good   one,   but   he   did   not   practice
regularly as he  was a Christian.
The defendant admitted that he had
drunk some lemon extract on the day
' of the assault, but  he was not intoxicated.     No   other   cases   were   called
iand the court adjourned till 10:30 this
morning.
It is expected that the case of Ken-
| go Ishimaru, a Jap accused cf mur-
| dering a fellow count tyctyta. vrffl com*
| up for trial "When the court resumes
business today.
TWENTY SEW. fN
DOOMED TO St ICATE
French   Submarine
'uck
hy Mail Steamer Sinks to-
Bottom of Channel.
Total    Expenditure    in   Seventy three
Towns   Was   $85,133.077���Toronto
far Ahead of Any Other City.
by protesting that there had been no ish Columbia Telephone company only
graft ln the matter so far as he was had one line for Haney, Westminster
concerned and by promising to ap- Junction and Chilliwack, and in case
point a royal commission to look into anv of the upper points were using
the matter. A feeling that the facts! the line no one at the Junction was
should be fully ascertained before tlie ' able to talk.
premier was finally condemned was j "As a rule it takes about an hour
responsible for his being still able to to get connection with Vancouver or
nk we have enough documents
i condemn them," interposed
tit
Thrift   to   the   Attack.
Thrift,   of   Surrey,  added   his
condemnation to the general
ht on the Great Northern.   He
jti.at Langley was suffering more
Surrey.    He said that the rail-
Maintained that it was fulfilling
Ier of the commission.    He un-
od that  the commission had or-
a proper  service hetween  Clov-
Ncw   Westminster   and   Van-
but   at    present   it   was   only
io get into .New Westminster.
���vas     no     accommodation   for
to   Vancouver.
|    e is a penalty attached to fail-
imply  with tlie conditions of
er,"   said   Mr.   Thrift,   "and   I I
���   it all (hat is necessary is for
lone to  prove  that  tlie  order Is
In.   fuliille I and he can collect
1  do not like to tackle
If, but if the hoard of trade
11   ip something might he done."
:���     waxed   eloquent.   "We
��� lini: adequate service.  You
it Imagine the petty, mean, conti way   this  country   Is   being
It'll by tho company,    it  regards
I "i     country    between   the
I        Mil its terminus in Vancou-
a   mere  inei 1< nt.    lt   has  no
\   t  in  tlie    development   of the
|liy "
Thrift also objected to the fare
i' ' the Greal Northern, but
po rd ia in doubt as to whether
I'll'l n ��� e ly that evil. Tli I other
I the  inefficient   trans; ortu-
wiis referred to the transportu-
Icommlttee to act with Mr. Thrift
Meeting information.
ii" mi railway matters i'l genii'- S Curtis again brought the
I' tiie Miib'ido extension of
i|:: '������ Columbia Electric Rail-
j tin  board, but nothing wis
���ils '��� is understood that the com-
���  all due haste 111 mak-
' '��� preliminary surveys and estl-
Wn. t Diedqe Down River.
1,1 '���'���> b   ml of trade sen'  In a
��nal which  they  asked  the local
-       endorso, asking that a dredge
'Continued on Page Hive )
[Stricter   LIQUOR   LAWS.
In  Quebec   Province   Must   Now
Close at  11  o'clock.
''���'". May 26.���important amend-
'  "ie   Quebec   License Act
announced   yesterday   by   Hon.
frckfnzle,   provincial   treasurer.
""'''"'���'d Into tho House for Its
���Wlng a bill to amend the law.
"   Mackenzie, when seen after
, 'C'tiiig of the House, consented
'' im outline of the hill, which
J"e" bearing on saloons selling
���g liquor iu every part of
Ottawa, May ^H.���Tlie total value of
buildings erected In seventy-three centres of population in Canada in 1909
was  $85,133,077.
Toronto headed the list with buildings to the value of $18,139,247. Toronto also lei in three previous years.
Winnipeg, witli $9,226,325, stood
second. Montreal, with $7,783,621,
was third. Vancouver, with $7,2r>S,-
505, was fourth, and Ottawa, with
$4.f.-J7,r.!Ki, was tilth on the list. The
(inures for some of the other cities
were: Victoria, $1,773,427; Hamilton,
$1,547,435; London, $860,134; Quebec.
$711,510.
hold -.'. majority
Royal Commission  Investigated.
The royal commission was appointed, consisting of Judges Scott, Harvey and Breck. Their instructions
were to enquire generally into tlie
whole matter and especially as to
whether any member of the government or legislature had received any
financial consideration in connection
with, or expected to derive any benefit from, the project.
Tlie   commission   got     to   work  at
N'ew   Westminster,"   said   Mr.   Tyner.
"The system is absolutely rotten."
A.  Hardman  reported  that he  had
time,'!
calls to Vancouver several
times and for a minute and a half
talk he had been charged twenty-five
cents.
Others spoke on tlie slowness Of
connecting and disconnecting the lines
and of the time required to get different parties on the phone.
"1 ilo not think it is because the
lines are busy all the time," said Mr
mice.    Its first sessions were held at  Goulet, "but that the girls are busy.
Edmonton and the enquiry was sailing smoothly along when suddenly
a sensation   wus   caused   by   the   de-
CIVIL SERVANT REFUSED Tfl
TAKE CATH OF ALLEGIANCE
Attorney general   Will   Refuse   to   Pay
Overscrupulous   Employee's  Salary Until He Swears Fealty.
I called up two parties recently and
was   told   that   the   lines  were   busy,
.but on going  up to the places called
parture of v.    it. Clarke for parts un-.i was informed that the telephone had
subse-1 not rung at all ��
known,   taking   with   him.
MUST BUY SKIN FOR GRAFT.
Volunteers Slow to Supply 500 Inches
Needed on Man's Leg.
Vancouver, Wash.. May 26.���To buy
skin to graft ou tlie large burn on
Otto Johnson's leg, it Is likely a collection will be taken soon.
Moro than r>uo inches of John' m's
leg were burned and about one-' .v. !f i
of this has been covered. Since .',is
amount was grafted no volunteers
have appeared.
It is understood that there are a
number Of persons who are willing to
sell part of the skin. If they are sufficiently remunerated.
quently developed, the hooks and papers of the company.
Although the commission was thus
considerably handicapped in its enquiry, enough was brought out to put
the government in a bad light and
the conviction became general that
the bargain they had made was a very
improvident one; that, in fact, if
there had been no dishonesty In high
The whole matter of the inefficiency
of the telephone service was referred
to the committee of commerc and industry. _^_^
HITCH  OVER  LEASE.
Ottawa, May 20.���Considerable comment   has   been   caused,   in   the   civil
service   here   by  tbe   refusal   of   an
officer of one  of the departments to
take  the  oath  of  allegiance  to  King
George  V.    It  seems  that when  tlie
other employees presented themselves
'this one abstained from going to the
! room  where  the   clerk  of  the  privy
; council   was  administering   the   oath.
The remedy will be in his salary he-
ling stopped by the auditor-general.
The reason   assigned    is   that the
; clerk took the stand that the oath is
| similar to the coronation  oath in its
reference to Roman Catholics, which
is not at all tlie .case
English Officer Loaned.
London, May 26.���Lieut. Engineer
I'. C. W. Howe, of the admiralty, Is
being loaned to the Canadian government for serviiv on headquarters
staff at Ottawa ln connection with the
organization of the Canadian navy.
Charles Damaske May Not Be Granted Use of Lulu Island Ground.
There seems to be a hitch in the
places, there had certainly been a negotiations which resulted a while
inosi deplorable exhibition of taca, ag0 in the council granting to Charles
|,;"'"y-     ,        . ; Damaske a lease of 600 feet of water
Mom that tm- it has been evident f,.ontage on Lulu island. The lease
. at Premier R therford had to go. was gTanu,d on the supposition that
.o has retaine his position during Mn Damaske had purchased the busi-
^he past few we ,���< only because there De8s and taken over the lease of the
was difficulty In ;icking a successor B. C. Manufacturing company,
who could reconcile the warring ele- j In a letter fl.om corbould and Grant
ments among the government sup- t0 lhe clty council. It Is stated that
porters. Chief Justice Slfton's name the business referred to had not been
has been frequently mentioned in this tilken over bv Mr, Damaske. The let-
connection during the past few days ter furtlu.r requests that the council
and it is understood that he had final- at once resrind Ule resolution by
ly consented to take office only on whlch Mr, [)ama.ko was wanted a recondition that the bargain with the 1 newal of the lease
Alberta and Great Waterways Railway w'hen the letter came up for con-
company shall be cancelled. There Is sideration at the council Wednesday
some doubt as to whether Gushing 0VeninR) Alderman Johnston, chair-
will consent to act with the new gov-  man of lll(,  jlnance eommiit, e asked
NO   LAW   LIBRARY   IS
PROPOSED BY PRIVY COUNCIL
London. May 20.���In regard to a
! statement in the press here that a law
1 library is to be attached to the privy
! council, it Is announced that such a
I statement is unauthorized and mis-
i leading. In order to meet the wishes
jof Canada a room had been fitted up
'to hold any books presented by Cana-
| dlan or other colonial governments.
Nothing further is contemplated.
FORTUNE IS COMING
EARLY FROM FAIRBANKS
Eight   Hundred   Thousand   Dollars   in
Gold Opens  Alaska  Shipment
to   Seattle.
ernment.
Rutherford  Was   First  Premier.
Hon. Alex Rutherford was the first
and until today the only man to be
premier of Alherta. He was first
eleeti d to the territorial legislature
from Strathcona In 1902 and was
deputy speaker ln the last, legislature
of the northwest territories. He was
called upon to take the premiership
of Alberta upon the formation of the
province lu 1905, and was sworn In
Sept.  4  of that year.
lu addition to being premier lie
held the ollice of provincial treasurer
and minister of education.
that the letter be laid over for a week
befoie any action was taken as he
wanted to be absolutely sine of his
ground before rescinding the resolution as  requested.
Need  5,000   Men to  Handle   Fruit.
North   Yakima,   May   20.���Lea ling
fruit men of the Yakima valley at a
meetinn  at   Toppenish  today  decided
that  5,000 laborers will be needed to
Iharvest   the   fruit   crop   this   season.
; They    organized   the Yakima Valley
I Labor  Bureau, committees were nam d
! and  plans  formulated  to  secure the
needed help.
Calais, France, May 20.���Another
French submarine, tlie Pluvoise, witu
all her crew aboard, lies tonight in
thirty fathoms of water in the English
Channel. She was sent there by the;
cross-channel steamer Pas De Calais.,
which, crowded with pnssenegers
bound for Dover, struck the partly
submerged Pluvoise when about two
miles from the harbor.
Accounts differ as to the cause of
the accident.
Admiral Bournler has expressed the
'opinion that the submarine attempted
to  pass   beneath   the  steamer,   while
other officials think that the Pluvoise,.
after a long dive, came up by chance-
directly  under the paddlewheels.
Submarine  Rolled  About.
The shock  of the contact brought
i the passengers to the teamer's rails,
and they saw almost instantly the hull
jof  the  submarine,    rolling  about  as
| though trying   to    right   herself.    A.
I boat   was   hastily   lauiicned,   but the
i foundering  craft,    wliich    seemed to
! have been hit, turtled over partly and"
| disappeared.    Signals of distress front
���the steamer Pas De Calais, wliich wasi
, making   water   rapidly,   brought   two
I tugs  to  the  scene,  and  later  a  tor-
i pedo boat destroyer put out and anchored near where we Pluvoise  ha<J
gone down.
Within an hour or two a wrecking
vessel was lying near the destroyer
and her crew were making hasty
preparations to send down divers to
locate the ill-fated submarine, entombed in which are three officers and
twenty-four men.
j Tlie chances of rescue are very
slim, because, in the opinion of experts, either the naptha reservoirs of
the Pluvoise burst or the craft was
so badly damaged that she will be
filled.
Hope  Is Abandoned.
After   fruitless    efforts    male   this
I afternoon   to  reach   tlie  twenty-seven
entombed men in the sumbarine PlflT-
jvoise, hope has been practically given
up  of  bringing  them  to   the surface
alive.
Currents Balk Divers.
A powerful undercurrent balked tlie
divers in their attempt this evening
to reach the Pluvoise. and if tlie imprisoned men are not already dead it
is almost certain that the delay will
prove fatal. The submarine lifs in
many fathoms of water and the divers
were able to descend only a slioit dis
tance.
Powerful dredges and machinery
will arrive from Cherbourg In the
morning, when all efforts will be centred in a final attempt to reach the
ill-fated craft and bring her to the
surface.
Plates Probably Dented.
The general fear is entertaine 1 that
the Pluvoise received a vital blow;
from the paddle whet ls of the Pas De
Calais and that some of her plates;
were crushed.
Even if the crew succeeded in closing her watertight compartment they
will not be able to survive for any-
great length of time. Of the twenty-
seven men in the Pluvoise three were-
officers, including Commander Prat, ot
the submarine division of Calais.
LABOR PARTY IS DEFEATED.
Socialists Take Their Place In Cumberland County, N. S.
Halifax. May 26.���The Labor party
for Cumberland county ceased to
exist as a political organization on
Tuesday   afternoon   and  a   branch  of
LETTER SHOWS STATEMENTS
WERE TAMPERED WITH
MEDICAL   MEN   IN   CANADA.
llis   government   was   sustained   at the Socialist party of Canada'took its
the general election of 1905 and again !I)lace'
���bi
I1" Provincial treasurer announced
I,���'    l""''1 I'ars, restaurants and all
bars  were to be-  closed  at  11
nightly.    On   Saturdays  they
'   *' "��� "' at 7 o'clock.   They will
"',,'!    the    morning   until   7
,. ' ,lH   will  apply   to  all   the
town" "f "- province.
I'irl
lock,
'owns of thr
(NADA'8 TRADE  SHOWS
WONDERFUL   GROWTH
"Vi,',.Mry t28'~Canatla'B trade for
, ' ,. nr8'   month   of   tho   fiscal
shows a
.1)83,894,
over
great increase, totalling
a belt
31 pet
ermont   of  $10,!isr
cent.
* r domestic consumption
���   11
��� t; 7fiB ��'68���2i438, !l betterm^nT'of
,        ��� oi   ���i, ���(,,. ceflt     Domest}0
1.681  n i, ,',"'1'11 amounted to 114,-
Iter cent      ment ��r 92,644,884, or
Seattle, May 26.���Eight hundred
thousand dollars' worth of gold was
shipped yesterday from Fairbanks to
Seattle, marking the beginning of the
movement of the season's output of
precious metal.
A cablegram from Fairbanks to the
Washington Trust company, of this
city, stated $700,000 worth of gold
bullion had been shipped to this bank.
The National Hank of Commerce also
received a message from Fairbanks
that (100,000 was en route to It. The
gold Is expected to reach Seattle bo-
tweeu June 10 and IB,
The first gold shipments this year
are a week or ten days earlier than
usual and represent the first cleanup.
Moth banks expect second shipments
Of large volume to be made soon, and
possibly these may overtake the first
and reach Seattle at the same time.
The gold was shipped via hake l,e-
barge, the White Pass and Skagway.
The Fairbanks ciunp will this year
produce between $6,000,000 and $8,000.
000, according to mall advices just
received by W. 11. Parsons, vice-president of the Washington Trust company, from U. C. Wood, president of
the First National bank of Fairbanks.
Mr. Wood writes thai the output may
be Increased somewhat if labor can he
obtained. Ills estimate of the sen-
son's cleanup is for the Fairbanks
camp alone and does not Include the
entire Tanana district.
Authentic advices from lhe north
Indicate that there has been plenty of
water this season and that eonditbns
have been Ideal.
at  the election of  1909.    He  is  fifty-
two years of age.
i     Arthur Sifton,  the new  premier. Is
| a brother of Clifford Sifton and son
|of .1. W. Sifton, of Winnipeg.    Ile resides at Calgary,    lie was a member
of the old territorial legislature and!'0 ,nlnes-    'he moderate Labor men
were decidedly in the minority and at
an  early  stage of  the  convention  a
A convention of tlie Labor party for
Cumberland county met at Maccan in
the afternoon. The meeting was not
largely attended, only about thirty
delegates being present, mostly from
the Sprlnghill, Amherst and Chignee-
on his retirement was elevated to the
bench of tho territorial court and became chief justice of Alberta at the
time of the organization of the province.
resolution was adopted formally dissolving the Labor party and adopting
ln Its stead the platform as enunciated
by the Socialist party of Canada.
This being done, it was further resolved to place Candidates in the field
to contest the O'JXS local election, and
|Messrs, Seaman ann Ferris of Spring-
Washington. May 26.���United States hill  and  Adolpn  Landry  et   Moncton
Minister  Calhoun,  at   Pekin,   has  ad- j were nominated.   Mi. Ferris was pres
vised the state department of the ap- ent and accepted (lie nomination.  Mr.
WANG  TAP  SIEH   NAMED
MINISTER   TO   JAPAN
point ment of Wang Tap Sleh as Chinese minister to Japan. Wang Tap Sleh
was formerly Chinese minister to
Great Rrltalu. and recently president
of the board of communication.
Landry has not yet been heard from.
TO SURVEY LIMIT
OF FOREST RESERVE
Toronto, May 20.���Several members
of the Society of Forestry of the I'nl-
verslty of Toronto left last night for
Calgary, where they will engage In
surveying lhe boundaries of the forest
reserve on the eastern slope of the
Rockies for the Dominion government.
The party is composed of the following: G.'ll. Kdgecombe, C. H. Mills
and W. J. Van Duson, of Toronto, and
'a Belyea, of the forestry department
of the' University of New Brunswick.
PULLMAN   COMPANY
FIGHTING   REDUCTION
Chicago, May 20.���Arguments are
being heard today before the Interstate Commerce Commission on the
Pullman rate case.
The Pullman company Is attempting
to prevent the commission from reducing the rates of upper berths In s'eep-
Ing cars operating In the northwest
which the commission ordered after
an exhaustive Investigation.
The company seeks an injunction
against the  commission's  order.
The ens'1 Is being heard before
Judge. Grosscup. Seaman, Baker and
Kohlsaat, In the United States circuit
court.  .    -
'Man   Higher   Up" Was  Cognizant of
Sugar Trust Frauds Over Six
Years Ago.
New York,  May 20.���A  letter from
Charles R. Hcike, secretary and tieas-
i urer of the American Sugar  Refining
I company, to Frank Q, Turner, an e;u-
Ipioyee of the South Boston  plant of
I the   company,   was    Introduced    this
j afternoon   in   the  trial of   lleike  and
others.   The letter was dated Dec. 24,
j 1904, and was Introduced to show that
:Helke not only knew of the existence
of the so-called  technical  statements
' and of their being tampered with, but
; that he conceived the Idea of tampering with them.
In arranging about certain chances
Heike in  one paragraph of his letter
'said:    "1 make these changes In the
I office in New York and I do not alter
I their accounts of the refinery, as  it
does not  seem  to me  desirable that
I there should  be two sets of weights
on the books of the refinery���one set,
for Instance, representing the oust ms
house weights on which duty ls pa'd,
and another set representing melting
weights,   giving  a  larger   number  of
j pounds."
Forthcoming Conference on Registra-
tion in Britain and Canada.
London, May 20.���At a meeting of
the General Medical Council President
McAllister, referring to the forthcoming conference in Canada regarding
the possibility of federal action in respect to medical registration, said
that should that conference lead to
the establishment of a Canadian medical register the question of reciprocity
between Britain and Canada would be
greatly simplified.    He expressed the
^lope that this would be speedily at-
' talned.
' The council resolved that any ono
who holds a license of the educational
council of tho P. K. I. should Ip entitled to be registered on the colonial
list of the medical  register.
MUST  CHOOSE   GREY'S
SUCCESSOR CAREFULLY
London, May 20.���Anent the governor-generalship of Canada the Morning Post warns the government that
the oppolntment merely of a party
nominee would be not only a blunder*
but also a crime.
FROGS   ENDANGER   BUILDING.
Croaking   Amphibians  Eat   Piling  Under Public Hall.
Vancouver.    Wash..    Mav     2Ci.~-Xio.
cause they aie afraid that tho myH. ds
of  frogs   under  the  auditorium  have
j oaten off the piling under the water,
Ion which the building stands, a tiiim-
j ber of Grand Army veterans have oh-
i jected to holding t|ie Decoration day
kservices ln the theatre, fearing a collapse.
Many Barnardo Children Cowing.' ���
London, May 20.���One hundred antf
ninety-seven Barnardo children sail ont
Saturday for Canada.
NURSES   ARE   PATRIOTIC.
Form Societv to Provide Nurses ir��
Time of War.
Toronto. May 20.���The Canadian-
branch of the Army Nursing Keserves'
was formed In Toronto yesterday at
a representative gathering of ladles
of various nursing Institutions and
army medical men. The object Is to-
have an organization ready for servicer
in time of war, whose members will
he bound to turn out as skilled nurses
to work In the field, and who will urr-
dertake the same obligation for military duty that militiamen take.
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Deo*-*��E S-th arxi 10th avenues
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P'HOHE 515        CURTIS ELOCK        S57 COLUMBIA ST
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DAy, MAY 27, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THltEE-
ProFSS^lRECTQRY
"Hv   TRADE���NBW WEST-
,',,.���,! of Trade meets in the
;',���,,   city  Hall, as follows:
.!      day   ol   each    month,
.;;" ^Jtlng    oa   the    Ulird
,.-   0f February, May, August
\ ,t. ,,,-. at �� P.m.      Annual
������   ,|,e  third  Thursday  ot
New   members   may   be
,   ,ui elected at any month-
quarterly    meeting.     C. ti
tva le, secretary.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
S.S
S.S.
PRINTERS.
TER PRESS POR EVERY
,b printing.     Midget loose
Cowle Carbon   Papers.
1>. O.    Lex 142-      Old
Block, Sixtli street.
li
i
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
LAURENT1C���
Triple   screw,   14,900  tons.
MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,    14,900   tons.     The
largest   and    most    modern.     A-
commodation  equal  to any  cross
ing  the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEV. WESTMINSTER
PATROL Of POLICE
ON LONG WiLD JOURNEY
;D ORGANS TUNED ANU
your  loca] tuner,  W.  B.
Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
i,
FSTAURANTS.
.TAl'RANT    &    CAKE
ala  for  $l.      Home
Ite cooks; no Orlen-
. _,     Open day ami
te  train   (Hire.
ONION LODGE, No. il, A. P. _ A.
M.���Tho regular meeting of this
Lodge is held on the first Wedni i -
day in each month, at s o'clock Pm.>
in the Masonic Temple. Dr, \Y. A.
DeWoif Smith, secretary.
KING SOLOMON LODGE, No. 17,
A. F. k- A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge a'-o held on the
si cone1 Tuesday in each month In
the N asonlc Teinple at 8 p. in. F.
Broad, secretary.
R. N. W. M. P. Men Spent
Forty Three Days in Land
of the Trackless North.
SESSIONAL.
���   EDMONDS,  KARRIS-
iiors,   Westminster
I imbia street.   New
V..  J.   Whiteside,  11.
UKAU.    ;. McQUARRlE &
rs and Solicitors.
es, Rooms 7 and 8
I, i ner Columbia and
[i,i s;    Vancouver   of.
building,   ll   Gran-
F.  C.   Wade,   K.   C;
\V. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
iL.  O.  L., No.  1150.���Meets    In    the
K. of P. building, corner of Agnes
and Eighth streets, on the f.ist aud
third Fridays of each montli. Henry
Bennett, W. M., Nell J. Mathison,
secretary.
OR AND ACCOUNTANT.
RNETT, AUDITOR ANU
y. Tel. It  128.    Room 7,
1    aster Trust Hlock.
RINCE, AUDITOR ANU AC-
lant. Audits made. Systems
D      I     Agent for the Hall Safe
... om 9, Westminster Trust
P. O.  Box 795.
3GRAPHY    4.    TYPEWRITING
\\     BUNTING,     ROOM     22
��� Block.   P. O. Box G94.
IM      STENOGRAPHV       ANU
turning;   copy    work,   business
etc.      Province    office, Co
fcla street.      Phone 62.
REAL   ESTATE.
'11ITK,  SHILES  &  CO.
tate  and  Insurance Agents���
arm  and  sunurban   property,
l 746 Columbia St.
ROYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. 1593.
Meets in K. of P. building, corner
Agnes and Eighth streets, first and
third Wednesdays of eacn month
at 8 p. m. Leigh Netherby, W. ML;
W. Scott Phipps, recording secretary; J. MacLean. financial secretary.
I. O. O. F., Royal Citj Lodgp No. 2���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in new Odd Fellows' Hall,
Eighth street, corner of Ca. narvon
street, every Friday evening at 8
o'c.ock. II. J. Lee. N. G ; W. H.
Orr, recording secretary.
1. O. O. F., Amity Lodge No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held ln Odd Fellows hall,
cor. Carnarvon and Eighth st eets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
J. Ferguson, N. G.; W. C. Coatham,
P. G., recording secretary; R. A.
Moore, financial  secretary.
HARMONY ENCAMPMENT, No. 2.
I. O. O. F.���Meets every second
ancl fourth Wednesday o'' the
month ln I. O. O. F. hall. George
Adams, graud patriarch; E. L. W\b
ber, scribe.
TAILORS.
LADIES' ANU M ION'S TAI-
A new line of Spring suit-
in. Button making, press-
I repairing. Room 9. Smith
Entrances ''���-.") Columbia St.
Clarkson St.   Phone R608.
f.RS   AND   CLEANERS.
"('ITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
I dyers, 346 Columbia street,
11278. The place where *���������'
��� 1 dust Is removed from the
.. n pressed In. Goods called
I delivered.
1. O. O. F., Ueulah Rebekah lodge
No. 5���The regular meetings of
this lodge are held Ij n ���������* Odd
FeliOws' hall, Eighth street, corner of Carnarvon street, ev��ry llrst
and third Thursday of each montli
at S o'clock. Mrs. May Matlienorj,
N. O.; Miss M. D. Johnston, secretary.
A. O. U. w.. Fraser LoJg> Nj. 3���
Meetings the fust and third Tuesdays ln each month. Lodge room,
A. (>. O. W. hall, Odd Fellows'
block, Clarkson street. ('. S. C
rigan, recorder; George Salt, '
ter workman.
CANADIAN ORDER, W. O. W.,
Camp -No. BS, meets in the old I.
O. O. F. hall. D. S. Curtis, Con.
Commander; F. O. Canfield, c'.erk.
LIVERY   STABLE.
251)    FUR    HACKS  ANU
turnout    The   Fashion   Sta
ISH   AND   GAME.
<  .v TYlaNcT^FTsTr FRUIT.
I tables, etc.  Dean Block,
" Bank of  Montreal.
FURNITURE
i Ai.L.S,    HIE    FUKMIURE
|der, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
pet \i, . a and McKenzie streets.
one 176   night call 81.
CABINET   MAKING.
LEW IIIVVAITE,     CABINET-
an I upholsterer, 425 Clark-
I"   streel    (behind    Burr block),
plture made and repaired.  Mls-
fumlture in lir and oak.
NATIVE SONS OF B. C, Post No. 4
���Meets every third Thursday ofth.
month In K. of P. hall. M.J. Phillips, cl.lcf factor; Angus McCol.,
secretary.
ROSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE NO.
115, S. O. E. B. S-���Meets every second and fourth Weduesday evening
In the K. of P. hall. P. E. Brown,
president;  H. Disuey, secretary.
FRATERNAL ORDER 0/ EAGLES.
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p. m. la tae Eag.es'
hall, Columbia street. H. Scho-
field, secretary.
GRANITE LODGE NO. 16, K. OF P.���
Meets every Thursday at 8 p. m.
ln the K. of P. hall. W. T. Cooksley. C. C; A. McDonald, K. of R.
and S.
WOODWORKING.
1'MIN8TER       WOODWORKING
��� l,anX, oince anil store  .lungs;
ll"n. stair,    showcases,  niameis
Pil detail work.   DesigtiB and estl-
I1"'- furnished.    J.  Brookes,  pro-
fletor.      Works:   Corner Eleventh
car line.     i>. o. box 254, Phone
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. Lord of the Isles
Camp 191���Mertg on the second
and fourth Tuesdays of every
month ln K. of P. hall. Chief, A.
Halcrow; J. J. Forrester, recording
secretary.
Z^l HANGING &  DECORATING.
H i'SON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
""Hillings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
' "H"  painting,  kalsomlnlug,  paper
n8lng and decorating. BUtn
_ N*w Westminster.
MACHINE   WORKS.
[7. ?' IIAAK|.;  MACHINE  WORKS,
mi.eii. Fronl street,    New  West
III     .    Mr,m;facturers of modern
and    shingle
Pi plants
pared.
mill machinery,
and  speclflcationa  pre-
.^UMENTAL WORKS.
M,K^.)N��M"5NTAL WORKS. JAB.
bf ml ���' m;im,l'actiirer and Importer
Itone pt     Lal t,)ml,Hto""a. bulKWng
tu'ii,,,,,       Si,|lsrt\c.tIon guaranteed.
' Ulll)'a street, New Westminster.
COURT BRUNETTE. No. 409'.). I. O.
P.���Meets the fourth Friday ln the
month at 8 o'ciock la the snuill
hall. Odd Fellows'block. J. B. Rush
ton, G. R-; F. B. Maxwell, recording
secretary.
ROYAL TEMPLARS OF .EMPER-
ANCE���Meet every Thursday at 8
o'clock p. m. In Odd Flows' hall,
Columbia street. Se.��ct Councillor,
W. F. Haggman; recording secretary, George Burr.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL
1283 ��� Meets second and fourth
Mondays at 8 p. m. ln St. Patrick's
hall.
A. 0. F.���Court Royal Columbia No.
8808, meets In Knights of Pythias
hall on the first and third Fridays
of each month at 7:30 p. m- Visiting brethren welcome. J. J. Ban-
dolph, secretary.
Ottawa, Maj ���-'.���A policeman with
a beat 3,347 miles long through a wild-
erni is that yielded only to canoes
and over ice liolds passable only with
dog hums and sledges���thai In ei
feet was Inspector E. A. Pi lletier, of
the Royal Northwest Mounti .1 po e,
who, with Corporal M. A. Joyce and
il es R n. Walker and P. R.
Conwaj speni n'.ne months of 1908 and
1909 in traversing the top of the continent to reaffirm Canadian jurisdiction ovi r thai ana and i epoi i on a
feasible route from lit. ison Baj to the
Macki nzie river.
The Btory of ,heir performance is a
recital of simple pluck an.l exploring
s till, a matte1 o< facl carrj Ing out of
orders withoul the lure of a prize like
the Pole.
While the Royal Northwesl Mount-
��� l police is everywhere accepted as
probably the last word In police efficiency, the popular conception In the
1 nlted Stales ol the individual unit of
this corps Is a trimly uniformed "Tommy Atkins" s irt of mounted soldier,
giving attention to the suppression of
bad men am! "gun fighters," and protecting the settlers from violence.
All that the police do, but more.
They are thrown out far ahead of
tlie north war,l advancing line of settlement. When civilization catches
up with their outposts they move on.
Not many years ago the soutiiern
portion of Mai itoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan were distant fields even for
the police.
Since Captain Bernier, a Canadian
explorer, discovered coal in Melville
island the police are pushing a patrol
in that direction, if the coal is workable and settlement or prospecting
that Arctic neighborhood is forthcoming, the police with a well-ordered
system of justice will be on the
ground first. Only once were tlie
police ever outstripped by settlement.
and that was when gold was discovered in the Yukon.
Inspector Pelletier's duty on his
lonely patrol reveals hardships that
bave no place in pictures of smart
squads and trim barracks with which
the public are familiar. Daniel Boone,
rather than "Tommy Atkins," is rep-
resented by the far-flung outposts of
the police, although perhaps it would
be more appropriate to compare the
Inspector and his men with the early
voyagers.
The patrol began at Fort Saskatchewan and proceeded northward, partly by steamer and partly by canoe, to
Great Slave lake. Skirting the shore
of tiiis great body of water in canoes
the travellers turned their canoes almost east toward Hudson Bay and
made their way by river and lake,
with many portages, through almost
unbroken wilderness afflicted with the
insect pests for which the north wood
is notorious. The party was due the
last   day of August  on  the  shore of
. Ison   Bay.     ''   arrived    there    on
���, tember l,i       i the expectation of
Ing able to '! islde the paddle and
ease calloused aiders from the por-
llboat which had
wrecked, and the
police were obliged to delay at Fuller-
ton until wl) ter snows permitted a
start, with i!og trains for the south
The trip from Fullerton, which is on
the Blxty-seeond parallel of latitude,
to Church!"., 150 miles south, was attended by many hardships and diilicul-
ties, the oal ol being reduced at tlie
end to eatlm; raw deer meat. From
Churchill to Luke Winnipeg the journey was easier
In bis detailed report of the trip
Inspector F-i'etler gives much new-
data about the northern country. They
were by no means the first white men
who had ' ij'tid it.
The amount of game observed by
the pat-ol was wonderful. Describing
the journey fiom Artillery lake to the
Height of Land, Inspector Pelletier
writes:
"Aided by the satis, we were making
good 'hue. hut were delayed by large
numbers oi di er crossing at various
points. We n ust have seen between
lio.oou and 40 OOO. The hills on both
shores aw covered with them, nnd
at a dozen or more places where the
lake was frozen a half a mile wide
solid "o limn3 of deer four or five
abreast weve swimming across and
so clo*"1 v tl at we did not like to venture fh.oj .li them for fear of getting
Into soni1  ".ix-up."
The insp'i toi continues:
The worst fe: ture of a long journey
like, this iwe were forty-three days)
ln a country where no fuel is to be
procured l< the absolute Impossibility of drying clothes, bedding, etc.
The mill ure from the body accumulates, arid there aro no means to dry
Olothln?, to get rid of lt in any way,
and e\v dc.y sees lt harder to put on
ln the morning and thc bed harder to
get Into at t'ght, until both bedding
and rlotbliv; I peonies as stiff as a
board fr >m ihe ice. It ls a very uninviting task and disagreeable procedure tei Iin;. Into icy clothes. Sleeping wit') ones clothing on only makes
matters worse."
Gales SOU'ot1 mes sprang up and rendered perilous the navigation of the
little canoes, each of which carried
two men. Night after night the rain
made sle. p almost impossible and forbade fhe 101 Ihe preparations of cooked food. Th'-Mling work came when
the vovagiif shot the rapids In the
swift   rP'ns   connecting   the  lakes.
ta.e.     But   tl,
been  provided
lf there are forty people In New
Westminster who want to buy a summer camp site they have an exceptional ehnuee this week as White,
Shiles & CO. are offering forty choice
lots at White Rock for from |22B to
I860 each, on terms of $100 cash and
the balance ln four half-yearly eay-
ments.
Slide at Prince Rupert.
Prince Rupert, May 2".���Ross & Mc-
Call. who have the contract for the
first cut west of Foley, Welch & Stewart's dock, lost ten dump cars and a
dinky engine In the harbor on Monday last as a result of a landslide
under their dump.
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Why spend your
good time cutting another
man's lawn when
you could be doing such work for
yourself ?
Here's a good
six room house
on 10th St. below
3rd avenue, very
close to the business section, on
sightly lot and
modern. $2400,
$200 down, balance like rent.
Here's another
one: Five room
on 3rd Ave. near
10th street, seven
minutes from the
post office pn a
full sized, cleared
lot, $1500. $200
cash, balance to
suit almost any
income.
BUT
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Tea Out-Rivals and Out-Sells all others,
solely through its delicious flavour and
down-right all-round goodness.
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132 feet square on Third street, between Queens and Third avenues; all
conveniences-, price $5500; (1200
cash, balance  to suit purchaser.
Fight-room modern house on corner
lot 70x126, corner Fifth street and
Third avenue; quantities of fruit;
price $5250; one-half c:..sh, balance to
arrange.
Vancouver financial Corporation, Ltd.
Room   4,
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Phone   591
Building
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FLOUR!      FLOUR !
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HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..56.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL .5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
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New Wettminster.
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Weekday Schedule
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20,
8:0(1 and every half hour then after until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20, 8:00
and every half hour thereafter uutil 11:30 p. in.
Return  Fare:   Adults, 60c;   children under 12, 35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at .
a. in. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. m., 9 a. m. and
every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p.  m.
Sunday  Excursion  Rates:   Return fare, 50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouver
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. in. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City Limits Line���20 minute service from 6:15 a. m. to 11 p. m.
Sunday   Service���Half   hourly between 8 a. m. and 11 p. m.
Sapperton Line���20 minute service, from 6:25 a. m. to 11:10 p.m.
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STRANDED   FAR   FROM   HOME.
Boy Travels 3,000 Miles, to Be Turned
Back  at Canadian  Line.
Belllngham, May 2 .���After traveling all the way from New York to
Blaine, Wash., with only his ticket
and $5, little fourteen-year-old A.
Mogk Kulghoswlz, a Russian, wus refused admittance into Canada by the
immigration   authorities   and    turned
adrift   in    the     United   States,   3 000
miles away from his home, and wit hi a
but a few miles of his brother's lesl-
dence, on account of the pauper law.
Unfamiliar   with    the   Immigration
I laws, the boy had but $5  when  the
! Immigration   Inspectors   came  across
I him on  the train.   The  law  requires
lone entering Canada to have at least
$30 In his or her possession.
After admittance had been refused
him the youth came back to Bellingham. He was arrested here and will
be held until his brother Yosef, who
conducts an electrical supply stove In
Vancouver, Is able to send the beefs-
sary money for his admittance, M igtc
said he was going to work for his
brother and that he had lived ln the
United States for the last two years.
Oral Betting Forbidden.
Albany, N. Y., May 26.���The r.s-
sembly today passed the Agnew Anti-
oral Booknmklng Bill by a vote of 92
to 45 after several attempts to aniond
lt had been defeated. The bill now
goes to the governor.
HERESY   CHARGE.
Preaching Orders Granted Theological
Students Is Subject of Dispute.
Atlantic City, N.J.. May I..���The
decision to try the New York Presbytery on charges of heresy because
o' the granting to Messrs. Black and
Steen preaching orders after the
young men lied refused to accept in
full th�� bel'efs of the church has
been announced by the judicial committee of tl,.. Presbyterian Assembly.
The committee, headed by the Re*.
E. D. WarfleM. president of Lafayette
colles\ presented a report In which
it was decla-ed the belief "that the
minority of the members of the New
York Pobykry had established a
prima face case ot heresy, and the
matter has now been referred to the
judicial commission of the assembly,
who w'.ll ietir witnesses and report
their finding for final action by the
assembly" A mass meeting In the
Interests of the mission for freedom
was held on the steel pier last night.
INDIANS FEAR COMET
AND  REFUSE  TO WORK
Juneau, Alaska, May 26.���Passengers arriving from the South report
that the Indians at Metlakatla were
much wrought up over the appearance
of Halley's comet.
Every man ln the town quit work
and refused to leave his house ustil
the danger supposed to exist haul
passed.
Thc Indians of Metlakatla are of Upmost progressive of Alaska.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
.PORTING NEWS
ONGBOAT IS
AGAIN ON THE ROCKS
,. people are    asking,  "Where
I   Tom Longboat?"
If reports are true, it wouldn't.
!l  idea, fur more  than  an  ln-
,   interest In the running red-
Tom is peculiarly non-commun-
cause ho Is an Indian.   And
an experienced business man
Dable financier, which affords
und  for sharp  work at  the ptiiadelphli>
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or,   rather,   thinks    he     has I
an "eight    thousand    dollar |cu  . i n!
in fact, Tom says    so    him
this is as much as his friends
As  the  Indian  and  his  wife
i heir own  affairs    and    say
e isn't much chance    of
gout  th'1    acutai    particulars.
v. hen Tom left Tom Plana-
il mid guidance one year ago,
i in  his own   name in  the  Im-
\aulls     exactly     $r,lon.
was  ciiincd  in    a    low
e then    Tem   bought   a
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loi  more cash on the track.
id  that   the    hank    book
small   part    of    this
Ite the name of "Long-
..   own   little  collage   has   a
���a on it. there are no pa- jjl|n ., ,
for a recent eight thou-
nasi', and the Indian's
nderlng  what    it    all
American League.
At Xew  Vork��� R. II. B.
Chicago    3 14 0
Xew York 1    6 1
At  Philadelphia���                   lt. il. E.
St. Louis '.',   9 ',',
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At Washington���               K. il. E,
Washinglon    1    K 1
Detroit 5 12 3
At  Boston���                           it. H. E.
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Boston    7 12 1
National League.
At.  Pittsburg���                       R. H. E.
Boston 1    f, 4
Pittsburg    1    4 4
At Chicago���                         K. II. B.
Chicago    2    3 1
Philadelphia    0    1 15
At Cincinnati���                       H.  II. K.
Cincinnati   7 in l
Bt. Louis 1   6 1
Eastern League.
Ai Baltimore���Jersey City, l; Baltimore, ?,.
At   Providence���                    H. II. B.
Newark     1    6 1
Providence     1    7 1
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and Second streets, only $650; _ cash; balance in 6 and 12 months
at 7 per cent.
SURREY
$2,200 for 10 acres, house and bain;  about
under cull i vat ion.
Also .-acre block in Section 16, Block 5, North Range 1
$1,100 per acre. Terms y3 cash; balance in 6, 12 and 1
at 7 per cent.
acres  cleared   and
West at
mont lis
See us
good ones.
for Columbia and Front stieet properties.   We have some
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itACH WILL WRITE
STORY   OF   BIG   FIGHT
r, Beai I, iutbor of "The Spoil-
flic D        : " and other Al iskan
present In the press Por.,	
big  fight  between  Jef-
ahnson   to   take  place  on
���   San   Francisco,  where  has
ned by an Eastern mag-
r the  purpose of  writing  up
from a psychological stand-
desci Iptlon of the fight
ms   and   Herman   at   Gold-
nerally  considered  one  of
di   crlptions   of   prize   ring
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Coast  League.
At Oakland-
Los   Angeles	
San Francisco	
Batteries���Criger    and
Stewart and Williams.
At   Portland-
Sacramento   	
R. II. E.
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Orendorff;
himself  Is  no  slouch  as  an
lie was formerly a member
Seattle  Athletic  club,  where
ts of  strength   caused  consid-
onsternatlon to those who at-
to compete with him on the
ling   mat.     Swimming     Is     bis
It'' sport.    He won the half-mile
l's championship contest  at  the
:is   rxposltlon   and   Is   known
:  the followers of that  sport as
uman tarpon" a nickname which
:eived in Chicago in 1905, when.
wager of $1,600,  he pitted  his
|gth  as a  swimmer  against   that
iWell   known  angler.    Beach   was
|el fifty feet of line to start with,
iter   r.wimming   for   two   hours,
n with lhe reel who had strug-
drag him within a buoy moor-
��� 'ity  feet  off  the  shore,  fainted
\haistion.     The   contest   took
the Chicago Athletic  Club's
Dg  pool.
Rl II. B.
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Batteries���Baum, Whalen and Spies-
man;   Krapp, Seaton  and Fisher.
At  Los  Angeles��� R. 11. E.
Vernon    6 10   0
Oakland    1    7    4
Batteries���Hltt and Hogan;   Schrls-
tian and  Metze.
Northwestern League.
At   Vancouver��� R. H. E.
Seattle      1    6   7
Vancouver    16 16    2
Batteries���Gardner      and      Lewis;
Dretchke and Hemmingway.
At Tacoma���Spokane Tacoma  game
postponed;   rain.
Standing   of  the   Clubs.
Won    Lost
Tacoma    19
Vancouver    IS
Seattle    14
Spokane    13
Games Today
Vancouver   at   Seattle.
Spokane at Tacoma.
13
14
18
19
Pet.
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.4011
LEGISLATOR   IS  LASHED
BY   HIS  ANGRY  WIFE
Baseball   Tomorow.
league   baseball   match   will
1 at   Queens Park on  Satur-
noon between the Balmorals
Alerts.  Both teams have been
ig  regularly  for  this encoun-
he boys aver they are in good
IAGE NOT JOY IN  PARIS.
Boston, May 26.���A sensational
scene occurred ln front of the state
house when Representative Joseph J.
Coode. of Boston, and a girl he was
escorting were attacked by two middle-aged women dressed in black.
The girl was struck by one of the
women with such force that she was
knocked down. Coode was followed by
the women and attacked. He retreated
into the state house. The girl is .bout
11 years old and is tlie stepdaughter
of Thomas Meaghen, "candy man" at
the state house.
lt was learned that the women who
took tbe prominent part in the affair
Iweie Mrs. Coode, wife of the representative, and her sister. No com-
i plaint has been made to tli�� police.
Seven   Happy   Wedded   Couples
There,  Say  Statistics.
May 26.���Paris, the    gayest
:. the world, has only seven mar-
ui les who really aro happy.      |
��� information Is given in statis-
published which concern the
��� slate  of  conjugal felicity  inl
pital.
��� are 1,302 wives who have left
husbands for others, and  U.H71 I
'    who  have   run   away   from
' i;   4.120 couples have sep-
I amicably; while no fewer than
"menages" live nt warfare un-
he same roof.
e number of those who. "hating
II ther cordially, mask In public;
dons enmity beneath appearances!
- ���'    '    politeness,"    is    large,,
to 162,230, while the record
" list Is held by couples who are
>'5   iialifferont   to   one   another���
���    . 510,1 12,
���"''. 1.102 couples are wrongly
1 !" '" happily married, while
:"' i 16 "menages" happy In
'son   with   others    more     un-
WHISKY   WORM   TURNS;
TO   FIGHT   PROHIBITION
Cincinnati, May 26.���An aggressive
campaign against sumptuary laws
was planned by the National Wholesale Liquor Dealers' association tonight at a conference of state presidents Of the organization.
That "whisky has no friends in
public, no enemies in private," was
declared by Emil Nathan, of St. Louis,
as a "condition, not a theory." lie
added:
"No greater harm can be done society than a non-enforcement of any
law on (be statute books."
The conference tonight was behind
closed doors, but Morris Westhelmer,
president of the association, said the
meeting was to plan a nation-wide
actios  against  prohibition.
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Philosopher's Sto e of Ancient Times
Is   Equalled   by   Modern   Laboratory
Crucible, Which Transmutes Metals.
BABY HAS GOOD EXCUSE.
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CONVICTS ON  STRIKE.
ection  to  Alleged     Bad     Food
Cause of  Insubordination.
u'��bU8,  Ohio,   May  26.���Twenty-
1  convictB in the Ohio pent-
;l"  struck today on the plea that
v.''11' nerved  with    condemned
1 "e total number on strike is
'""  ;il>  or  them  after  a  parley
""'  warden  promised  to  go  to
'" ;i1 noon.
''''''������ lones promptly ordered nil
inkers "hung up" bo that their
111 shackles are held above their
��8'  though   none   of   their   bodily
,"',     tll,ls sustained.    Many    of
strikers were murderers.
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Hot   to   Play     Upstairs,
Lisps���Bed  Is Afire.
Aberdeen,    May    26.���Telling    her
mot her that it was "too hot to play upstairs," little "-year-old  Anna Fowler,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 11. II. Fowl-
Is'or, explained why she did not remain
j there.
Going into the kitchen shortly afterwards Mrs. Fowler found It tilled
with smoke, and hastily calling her
husband they discovered one of the
hods to be on lire. Mr. Fowler manage! to gel  the bed Into the    back
Scranton, Pa., May 26.���Dr, F. W.
Lange, a retired and wealthy physician, today corroborated the report
that he had fulfilled the chemist's
dream of ages in that he had discovered a simple chemical process of
transmuting the basest of metals into
the finest silver and into gold. Consequently he looks for a drop in the
prices of the two standards of money.
Fumes from Dr. Lange's transmitting furnace In his laboratory brought
death to Charles C. Dickinson, a New
York banker, who had come here to
witness the operation, ,and who, before dying, according to Dr. Lunge,
pledged all the financial aid necessary, lt was Dickinson's death which
attracted attention to the secret of
the laboratory.
"My discovery is one which upsets
all scientific theories," says Dr. Lange
In the statement which was made
public today. "I have developed a
process sought for ages which will
revolutionize the world. In short 1
have discovered the means of increasing an atom of silver by the introduction of base metals to 10(1 times
its size and weight, tho result being
still pure sliver equal If not greater
In  fineness.
"Four four years I carried the secret. It was so great and so wonderful that I did not dare to believe it
myself. Every day for years I demon-
strated the wonderful process. I spent
thousands of dollars In equipment. I
have taken base metals of four different   kinds   and   successfully   trans-
yard and prevented further damage.
lt was found that Anna, whose eye- muted them Into silver of the utmost
lashes and front hair were badly sing-  purity, and the product  passed
ed, had been playing with matches.
, did it," she said.
NlONS
PUT  BOYCOTT
ON   CHINESE
LOTTERY
successfully the severest scrutiny of the
best, aesayers In the country. I even
sent specimens of tbe transmuted
metals to the United States mint, and
the report came back that the substance was pure silver.
"My explanation of the process Is
service for the late King Fdward was ' on the theory of evolution. I beheld on the steamer Adriatic on May   Ueve that evolution pertains to the In-
MEMORIAL  SERVICE  AT  SEA.
New
York,   May   'JU.���A   memorial
liner's trip  here from
Oakland, Mav '
l."ni'""i  rulings
L0' Oriental labor
.  Oakland
If1"  by thi
20 during the
Southampton.
The  Adriatic,  which arrived today
brought twenty-tWO cabin  passengers
ever enforced I of the steamer Kroonland which broke
unions   was  passed   last I a shaft on Mav IB after leaving Ant
6.���One of the most
igalnst the patron-
Central   Labor   Council worn and was forced to return to that
Ie88 ��f��    io? lmP��8ln8 a fl��p "f Port,
ronlzlno. n I       .     ilny unlon man Tll��   memorial    services    on    the
m    "s oriental labor of any form twentieth were attended by BOO   of
lllne��e lottery to a Japanese
i' Kim
P was enforced. The resolu-
tbo Adriatic's passengers,
organic as well as to the organic
things of this earth. After four years
of experimentation I decided to give
the world the benefit of my discovery.
I did not have money enough to exploit it properly and I Interested Mr.
Dickinson ln It. lie came here to
Witness the transmutation.
"Tbe test was entirely    successful.
Mr. Dickinson was elated.    He Jump-
tiie Officers  ed to his feet nnd Insisted on looking
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$1.75 per sack
We  have   just
received   a car
of this flour.
Try a sack. We
guarantee every
sack to please
or money refunded.
We are  selling
lots of this flour
and it is giving
satisfaction
being  into the furnace.    The metallic
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late
gnses |
un win       ,. ���'"-���<*���<���-������   i mo rcnoiu-   nnd  175  members of the crew .,,,.,,
trades   ,'    ,,liU'0(l hefore the Miiildlng   in   dress   uniform      The   Uev.   1).   L. nuido blm slightly ill. aggravating
'"'"'���U   for   Indorsement   to- Ferris of Pittsburg conducted the srr- weakened condition of his lungs.   He
u!����  will  he submitted to .vices.'held in the main saloon, which developed imenmonia and died a few
'headquarters. j was draped lu purple. days later." ..
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New  Westminster,   B.  C.
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Tickets at B. C. E. R. ticket office and on board steamer. Electric cars leave Steveston every hour ton the half-hour) for Vancouver.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, MAY 27
The Daily News Railroad Scored
Published by Tbe Dally .News Publlsn-
lug Company, Limited, at their offices
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
6. A.  Paige Manacling  Director
*^iON^icjliL_>
By Board ot Trade
FRIDAY,  MAY 27,  1910.
WELCOME  GUESTS.
(Continued From Pago One )
! be sent down to do some work to pro-
jteet Westham Island and pan of Lulu
! Island. li was announced that the
governmenl already had tho matter
under consideration and thai a wing
dam would he built to alfjrd tho desired protection.
,\. Hardman called the attention of
the hoard to the fact thai there were
not enough drop letter boxes in the
city,    lie  citod  one  ease  on   Eighth
The decision of tho City Council
tipon the suggestion of Mayor Loo, to
invito thai part of the British fleet
which has been assigned to sail around
the world, to visit   Now Wesl minster,! street, where several blocks intervened
is one that will meet with general ap-
probation. Only a comparatively few
among the citizens and the people of
the surroundii g communities have
probably ever seen a modern man 0'
wai;. and an opportunity to enjoy visual evidence of the Dreadnought leviathans-and   the   monster    cruisers,
between mail boxes. Tho question was
referred to tbo postal committee, j
which will look into the matter and >
make representations to the postof- 1
flee inspector, asking for any neces- j
sary extensions of the system.
Richard   G.   Dingle,   pi inter,   .1.   W.
Connor, manager of Lees Limited, and
Frank   R.    Pearson,   merchant,  were j
elected   members  of  the   board.   The!
with 1 lie attendant  torpedo boats and  resignation of II.  T. Kirk as a  mem- |
destroyers will bo thoroughly enjoyed,   ber  of  tho  board   was   toad   and   ac-
Moreover the Bighl of those vessels eepted.
11. \V. Shiles. who Is at present on
-and tlie wonderful facility wilh wbicb
they   are  manoeuvred   will  servo   to
a visit to Delaware, wrote asking for j
literature and Information to distrib- j I
give a fair idea of the real greatness \n_ among the eastern Americans, who
of the British fleet, of which the visit- are greatly interested in the developing  craft  will,  of  course,  be  only  a  ment in this part of the country
h  ,  ,      , , ...  ���f  .��� I    A.  Hardman brought up the matter
section. The not least important result of this visit will be its value as
proof and demonstration of the utility
of the Fraser liver as a harbor and
possibly as a point for assembly or
refuge in case of a war in tbe Pacific
region.
Not less satisfactory to the citizens
will be the council's adoption of
Mayor Lee's suggestion, to invite Sir
Wilfrid Laurier to visit this city in
the course of his forthcoming western
tour. It is well that Xew Westminster should do honor to the Grand Old
Man of Canada, who, despite anything
that has been said to the contrary in
the bitter strife of party politics, is
recognized throughout the land as one
who has induced the prosperity and
greatness which the Dominion enjoys
today.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier is assured of a
very hearty welcome In this city, and
of an  audience  that  will  number  as
many   thousands    as   accommodation
can   be    provided   for.     Given   good
weather  the   oval    at   Queens  Park-
would form an admirable place for the
assembly  to    welcome    Canada's  esteemed prime minister.    In the event
of the elements proving unpropitious
this could take place in the agricultural   hall,  whilst  another  of the exhibition   buildings   would   well   serve
for   ihe  banquet   which   we  presume
will  ho provided  for the occasion.
of increased and better car service in |
the city. He thought that If the Hritish Columbia Electric Railway pro
vided a lino straight up thp hill and
a belt line they would have no cause
for complaint that their city line did
not pay. "We are business men and
we ought to be provided with facilities for getting to and from our business quickly," announced Mr. Hard-
man. As it is understood that this
matter Is already under consideration
by the mayor and the British Columbia Electric Railway it was not
thought advisable to pass any resolution.
Rubbish in Queens Park.
D. S. Curtis complained about the
condition of Queens Park. He described it as being full of old papers
and scraps of lumber, and said that
the citizens of Xew Westminster did
not, yet seem to have a proper idea
of the way a city should look. He
was of the opinion that in almost
every other city on the continent the j
parks would be kept clear of refuse.
The board of trade and the city were
trying to make an impression on
strangers and trying to make the city
as attractive as possible, but in
Queens Park there were papers and
rubbish everywhere. The other members of the board thought that a word
whispered in the ear of the chairman
of the parks committee of the city
council would have the effect of removing the causes of the complaint.
Mr. Curtis' kick had the effect of
bringing up other discussion on tho
merits of unloading goods on the side
I walk and scattering the packing all
over the street. Most of the members did not think lt was a good
scheme, but President Lusby assured
them tbat the mayor had assured him
IMOTSD TRAVELER IS (hat the anlPm]mont to the streets and
KILLED   IN  WEST AFRICA sidewalks bylaw, which at present is
London, May 24.���Lieut. Boyd Alexander, the noted traveler, lias been
murdered by natives near Wadai, in
the French Congo. This bare fact
reached the foreign office today.    No j t0 become members of the board of
before the council, would remove the
source of the trouble.
A. E. White regretted the fact that
more of the men connected with the
industries of the city had not seen tit
details are otbainable yet.
trade and suggested that some timely 1
Seventh Battalion of the British rif.es
brigade, retired from the army in 1907.
Lieut.  Boyd^ Alexander,Jate of the 'articles  in  the  press  might serve to
help out the unsatisfactory condition.
At the close of the meeting Presi-
He headed tbe expedition to Cape decent Lusbv undertook to give an ad-
Verde islands in 1897; also the expe- 'dress on development In general and
dition in 1904 to Fernando Po, which ! on industrial development In Xew
resulted in the successful ascent of 1 Westminster In particular. He said
Mount   St.   Isabel   and  the  discovery j that he found  that if merchants put
of many new birds, and in 1904-07 he
was the leader of the Alexan ler-Gos-
all their surplus Into increasing their
business  and  their  stock  Instead  of
ling expedition across Africa from the  investing lt in real estate or ln out
Niger to the Xile. jgjt]e concerns it would go a long wavs
He was the author of several  vol-1 towards helping the town.   That was
limes  descriptive  of bis  travels.    He  what   had   brought   Montreal   to   her
was born ln 1873 and made bis home ; position   as  the  commercial   head  ofl
at Swift's place, Cranbrook.
the Dominion.
Lack of Trackage.
HUMANITARIAN LEAGUE 0ne of the things that was keeping
CRITICISES   ROOSEVELT 1 development  back   ln  New  Westmln-
1 ster at the present time was the lack
London, May 2fi.���A committee ofj0f trackage facilities and warehouse
the Humanitarian league has ad-1 accommodation. "The rents along
dressed an open letter Lo Col. Theo- Front street are, too high for ware-
dore Roosevelt in regard to his AM-.house purposes, and with the present
can bunting expedition, protesting condition of the street the stores are
against the slaughter of animals. | not  altogether  satisfactory  for  retail
The league, in its letter, says it ��� purposes. We must have better facili-
deeply regie's that, by bis recent ex-,ties for handling goods. Wo cannot
pedition. "in killing large numbers go on paying drayage from the tracks
of mammals, for what were termed to our warehouses. There is some pro-
purposes of science, but which we posal befoie tbe council to use one
must think primarily were purposes of the tracks on Front street for
of mere amusement, you have given
world-wide encouragement to that
senseless lusL of slaughter which
misnamed sport."
MO   MARATHON   DANCES
FOR COLUMBIA COLLEGE
Columbia. Mo., May 2(1.���Marathon
dances have been barred at the University of Missouri. A long distance
terpsichorean event planned for last
night was nipped in tho bud by Dean
J. Jones, who is acting president in
the absence of President Hill.
Students who gathered at a ball
given by a social club were informed
that they must be at their homes by
midnight.    They were.
warehouse  purposes  and  I  think  the
transportation   committee   might   con-
is suit with tho council on this matter.
In other directions we are not getting
1 satisfaction.    I   have  spent  consider-
I able time and effort on tbe problem
of getting   better   freight   service   on
the boats between here and Victoria,
but have not met with success.   However, I am not going to give up effort
in  this direction  and  will try to impress on Captain  Troupe and the C.
P. R. the necessity for better service
between this city and the capital.
"With regard to tbe Tehuantepec
railway we are not getting the service
promised by tbat road and by the
Canadian-Mexican Steamship line."
President  Lusby  thought  the  solution of all these difficulties lay In the
actions of the merchants of the city
themselves.    They    would    have    to
waken up and rustle the business and
then     the     transportation     facilities
  I would  not be lacking.   "We are  get-
Kansas City, May 2(1.���A special to ! ting a network of railroads here and
���the Star from Wellington, Kan., says:   there Is no reason why we should not
Leon Ling, alias  William H.  Leon,  get    the     business,"   concluded   Mr.
the  Americanized Chinaman,  accused   Lusby. ,
of   having   murdered   Klsie   Sigel,     a. I    His remarks were applauded by tbe
-missionary worker in Xew York last  other  members of the board.   Those
.June,   was   in   Wellington   until   two  presentiat the meeting were:    Presl-
-months ago.                                                 , dent L. B. Lusby, A.  E3. White, D. S.
The N'ew York authorities were com-  Curtis,  B,  Ooulet,  P.  O.  Bllodeau,  A.
municated  with,  but about  that time   Hardman,  11.   P.   Vidal,  H.  T.  Thrift,
tbe   Chinaman   left,   here   saying   he   M.  Sinclair,  W.  R.  GUley and Srcre-
was going to Chicago.                              tary Wade.
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FIVE MORE DAYS to take advantage of our May CASH REFUND
The Whitney
famous
GO-CART
Easy and
Comfortable
$5.75 to $35
"WE   FURNISH   YOUR   HOME   COMPLETE"
LEES LIMITED
T. H. SMITH
LIMITED
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Co.
Smart Dress Skirts
$6.75
An excellent   chance  to  Becure a smart, drossy Bklrl  ���..��� ,, Bav)
figure.   We cleared tit'iy of Huso [rom a ready-to-wear mai ifactur"8
who bad a Btrike in the factory and  was unable to    ���
made to match the skins, so 1 hoy had to be cleared
;'    ' !(| skliu
all thrown on sale, together with odd  linos from our re
Every color and size is here, In a wide  variety of Btyle      Rami/
tow
prices range  to $14.00;  on  sale   for,,.
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EXCLUSIVE SALE
4 1-2 Acres in Burnaby, block 11.   Price way below
market value.   Investigate this.
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Just a Few Left ot
West End View
Lots
In Lot 10, Sub. Block 12, between 8th and
10th Avenues, to the east of 18th Street.
Price $350, one quarter cash, balance 6, 12
and 18 months. These lots are close to the
new cut off, and you will be wise if you step
in now and secure them.
Two Good Buys
2 nice lots on Hamilton St., all cleared,
50x150. Price $800 each cash, or $1000 on
terms.
Lot 7 on 11th St., Block 19, Sub. block 7.
Price $750 on terms.
Maple Rid&e
120 acres of good land, close to Mission City
Price is $35 per acre. $1000 cash handles
this.   Balance on very easy terms.
The British Canadian Securities
Company, Limited
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:     The Dominion Trust
Bathing Suits at $3.25
In  navy,  lustre anl   Berge;   smartly   finished   with   v, braid li
effective 6tyles;  all Blzes.    Better Becure yours now
i.s  almost  here.    Each  J3.25
Silk Swiss Vests Half Price
��� You'll miss a snap If you fall to secure '-"me of ���������   '     , e. are
spun  sill<, summer weight,  ribbed,   in   ladles'  sizes . ���
values to |1.50, for, each  ?k
More New Neckwear
We are after more of the neckwear  business.    Ca
our Large and exceedingly  pretty arrivals in this sectii
erately priced.   Jabots, collars  sei.-, etc., from, each &
Specials in Table Linens       |
$5 Damask Sets for $2.75
consisting of cloth two by three yards, and one dozen napkiM,
22x22, in mercerized damask; goods thai wlll launder factoril.
Regular |5.00, tor, per set *2-'5
$1.75 and $2.00 Table Cloths
for $1.50
White mercerized damask and all linen table cloths. In varloa
floral designs, bordered all round; sizes about two yards SQuarj.
Increased ln  value to purchase now, but take all you require   V.��
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Must Be Sold At Once
Seven Roomed Modern House. Full sized lot and��
!! splendid front, between Sixth and Seventh avenue, j
o near Fourth street. Price $3500, terms $1000 cash j
o balance 1-2-3-4 years.
SMALLEST ESTATE ON
RECORD  ADMINISTERED
ELSIE SIGEL'S SLAYER
IS    REPORTED   AGAIN
Xew York, May 20.���Probably the
smallest estate ever administered In
New York has been finally settled
after litigation covering several weeks
and the public administrator turned
over to the care of tbe city chamberlain 25 cents to be held subject to
the claims of the heirs of William
Portland, a negro who was once a
pugilist.
To reach this settlement a land development company by which Portland
was employed, seeking te get possession of the shanty in which he had
lived, was compelled to petition the
surrogate to appoint an administrator
to take ehaige of the dead man's effects. The administrator found a
trunk, clothing and a brass ring, ln
which was set a large piece of cut
glass.
When offered for sale an Ita'lan
junk man attracted by the ring bought
the entire nstate for L'5 cents.
"GET THE   HABIT'
SPECIAL
TODAY
China Cup, Saucer and
Plate, 35c a Set
The Fair
646  Columbia Street.
Wo buy for cash and Bed for thc same.
SONS   OF   ENGLAND.
P. PEEBLES
Phone  307. 620 Columbia    St. New Westminster, B. C. *
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The WESSELTON DIAMOND!!
We carry in stock an assortment of BLUE WHITE WESSELTONS. !
Prices  In Kings $40  to  $400. ^   {
These goods arc the  BEST procurable in Canada, and la a Ple88'
ure to show same.
HOWARD   AND  LONGINE   WATCHES.
THP
EVVCI.ER    \
j Chamberlin's ,
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I Ryall Foot Powder j
25c per box.   Try It. jj
A\l sons of England and friends are
invited to attend the annual church
parade in Vancouver on Sunday at 2
p.   m.    A   free  car  will   be   provided.
| Ry all's Drug Store j
EYES  TESTED  BY  OPTICIANS.
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***** PRIDAY, MAY   27, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACE F1VK.
SPORTING NEWS
ioNGBOAT IS
AGAIN ON THE
people are   asking,
,   Tom Longboat?"
>l reports are true.
idea for more than an   m
in the running
���   tlve Interest
1 ".,, ,,, 1S peculiarly non-commwv
:ause be is an
an experienced business man
[pable financier, which affords
md   for   sharp   work   at   the
expense,
uence
wnlepered that Lon. boat
,,,-,  rather,  thinks    he
;i,i  "eight    thousand
In fact, Tom says   so   blm
iS
has
dollar
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Here Are A Few Sraaps j
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American League.
At Now York���
Chicago  	
New  York.
At Philadelphia���
St. Louis	
Philadelphia 	
At Washington���
Washington    1
i Detroit 6
At   lloston-
It. II. B
nW
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. ��� ,.   [g as much us his friends
\     the  Indian   and   bis  wife
.;i, ii   own  affairs    and    say
ere isn't much chance   of
,,,i  the    acutal    particulars.
k . ���  Tom  Left   Tom  Plana-
p i guidance one year ago,
In  i;i    own  name In the Im-
vaults     exactly     $7,100.
Cleveland    3   t;
Uoston    7 12
National League.
At Pittsburg��� H.
Boston 4
PlttBburg    l
At Chicago��� u.
Chicago    2
Philadelphia   0
H. E.
6   -1
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II. 10.
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We have for exclusive sale,lot on Regina Btreet, between Flrai
and second Btreets, only $660; ._ cash; balance In 6 and L2 months
at  i  per cent.
SURREY
louse and   bain;   aboul
$2,200 tor io acres
under cultivation.
Also 5-acre block In Section   in, Block
$1,100 per aero.    Terms Vs  cash;   balance
at 7 per cent.
acres  cleared  and
'. North Range 2 West at
in  tl, 1- and  18  months
���AND���
See us
good ones.
for Columbia and Front si Met properties.    We have some
alins, Coulthard & Co,
Limited.
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i
low
i was coined in   a
e then   Tom   bought   a
.  >ni $3,100, and has clean-
more eicsh on the track,
ild thai ihe   bank   book
small   part    of    this
Ite the name of "Long-
.. own  little cottage  has  a
n on it. theie are no pa-
foi  a recent eight thou-
liase, and the Indian's
lerlng  whal    it    all
5EA.CH WILL WRITE
STORY   OF   BIG   FIGHT
ithor of "The Spottier" and other Al iskan
i will ! g present In the press
big fight between Jef-
: 1   I    tl   ni   to   take   place  on
in  Francisco, where has
ned by an Eastern mag-
���   llu   purpose of writing up
iattle rrom a psychological stand-
i It's desci Iptlon of the light
and   Herman   at   Gold-
ally   considered  one  of
descriptions   of  prize  ring
iliat  has ever been pen-
himself Is  no  slouch  as  an
Ile was formerly a member
���    Seattle   Athletic   club,   where
of strength caused consld-
ostentation to those who at*
I to compete with him on the
mat.     Swimming    is    his
sport.    Ile won  the half-mile
ch implonshlp  contest  at  the
:is   exposition   and   is  known
lhe followers of that  sport  as
.man tarpon" a nickname which
eived in Chicago in 190R, when,
wager of $1,600,  he  pitted  his
gth   as  a  swimmer  auainst   that
well  known an. Ier.    Beach was
��� I fifty feet  of line to start with,
ter  .wlmming  for  two hours.
ii with the reel who had Strug-
drag him within a buoy moor-
������ 'ity  feet   off  the  shore,  fainted
��� \lia.istlon.     Tlie   contest   took
ihe Chicago Athletic Club's
���   [Kiol.
1
At Cincinnati��� It. ll   Er.
Cincinnati   7 10   l
St.   Louis 1    6    1
Eastern League.
At Baltimore���Jersey City, 1; Baltimore, 3.
!    At Providence��� R. H. E.
Newark     1    6    1
Providence    I   "   l
At   Buffalo��� K   ll. E.
Rochester    4   8   n
Buffalo   l   8   2
i    At  Montreal���*Toronto, 0;   Montreal,
I.
Coast League.
|     At. Oakland��� R.  II.  E.
Los   Angeles 8 10    5
San  Pi anclsco -   8   4
Batteries���Crlger    and    Orendorff;
Stewart and Williams.
At  Fort land��� R| II. E.
Sacramento    5   7    0
Portland   l   B   0
Batteries���Baum,Whalen and Spies-
and
Fisher.
U. H. E.
 r, io   o
 1    7    4
Hogan;   Schria-
II. E.
man;   Krapp, Sea ton
At Los Angeles���
Vernon    	
Oakland   	
Batteries���Illtt and
tiau  and   Metze.
Northwestern League.
At   Vancouver��� It
Seattle      1    6    7
Vancouver    16 16    2
Batteries���Gardner      and      Lewis;
Dietchke and Hemmingway.
At Tacoma���Spokane Tacoma  game
postponed;   rain.
Standing   of   the   Clubs.
Won    Lost
Tacoma    19
Vancouver    is
Seattle    14
Spokane    13
Games Today
Vancouver  at   Seattle.
Spokane at Tacoma.
13
14
18
19
Fct.
.694
,563
.4118
.400
LEGISLATOR   IS  LASHED
BY   HIS  ANGRY  WIFE
Baseball   Tomorow.
league baseball  match will
��� i at Queens Park on Satur-
��� oon between the Balmorals
���  Alerts.  Both teams have been
regularly  for  this  encoun-
��� ��� hoys aver they are in good
i
ARRIAGE NOT.JOY IN PARIS.
'  Seven   Happy   Wedded   Couples
There,  Say   Statistics.
18,   May   20.���Paris,  the    gayest
tl e world, has only seven mar-
i b who really are happy.
I iimation Is given in Btatls-
:��� iblished which concern the
live  ���-late  of   conjugal felicity   In
capital.
re 1.302 wives who have left
i  tni8banda for others, and  -.371
who   have   run   away   from
*ir wives;  4.120 couples bave sep-
I1'1 I amicably; while no fewer than
��� nages" live at warfare un-
t^tli'1 suae roof.
I"1 nun ber of those who, "hating
P anothei cordially, mask in public
"' niity beneath appearances
; politeness,"    Is     large,
ountlng to 102,230, while the record
; y-''      held by couples who are
i Indifferent  to  one  another���
Ijnely, 610,132,
��� 1 102 couples aro   wrongly
"'tin to ho happily married, while
!' "menages'
I 1   With   others
IPpy.
Boston, May 20.���A sensational
scene occurred ln front of the state
house when Representative Joseph J.
Goode, of Boston, and a girl he was
escorting were attacked by two middle-aged women dressed In black.
The girl was struck by one of the
women with such force that she was
knocked down. Goode was followed by
tho women and attacked. He retreated
into the state house. The girl is about
17 years old and is the stepdaughter
of Thomas Meaghen, "candy man'' at
the state house.
It was learned that the women who
took the prominent part in the affair
were Mrs. Goode, wife of the representative, and her sister. No complaint has heen made to tine police.
WHISKY   WORM   TURNS;
TO   FIGHT   PROHIBITION
Cincinnati, May 2ii.���An aggressive
campaign against sumptuary laws
was planned by thp National Wholesale Liquor Dealers' association tonight at a conference of state presidents Of the organization.
That "whisky has no friends in
public, no enemies in private," was
declared by Kmil Nathan, of St. Louis,
as a "condition, not a theory." lie
added:
"No greater barm can be done society than a non-enforcement of any
I law on the statute books."
Tbe conference tonight  was behind
closed doors, but Morris Westheimer,
president of the association, said the
imeeting   was   td   plan   a   nation-wide
action  against prohibition.
How nicely and easily a Cake can be Iced with
Cowan's
Cake'Icing
Chocolate, Pinil, White, Lamon, Orange,
Almond,   Maplo  and   Coconut  Crearn.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICIHOS
THE COWAN CO.r Ltd.. TORONTO
an Park
Visit these coming summer resorts
on EMPIRE DAY, May 21. Trains
8:50 and 11 a. m.; returning, arrive
at New Westminster at 4:20, 0:25 and
9:30 p. m.
A delightful day at the SEASIDE.
Lots for sale at prices ranging from
$250 up. . j , |
White, Shiles
& Company
628   AND   746   COLUMBIA   STREET
PHONE 85        NEW WESTMINSTER
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FOUR ROOM
HOUSE
FURNISHED    FOR
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$100
Denny & Galloway
HOME FURNISHERS
43-45 Sixth St. New Westminster,  B. C.
MODERN ALCHEMIST HAS
FOUND LONG SOUGHT SECRET
Philosopher's Sto  e of Ancient Times
Is   Equalled   by   Modern   Laboratory
Crucible, Which Transmutes Metals.
F. W.
physi-
roport
BABY  HAS GOOD   EXCUSE.
happy   ln
more     un-
'Too
Is
"ti.
CONVICTS ON STRIKE.
i: lection  to  Alleged"   Bad     Food
ca��e of  Insubordination.
��� """"'"'s.  Ohio,   May  20.���Twenty.
,,.. ' "," convicts in the Ohio peni-
��� ",1!v struck today on the plea that
were served   with    condemned
I l!l!' total number on strike is
in, Vi   :i" ot n,em nftov n Parley
""' warden promised to  go  to
... ���" noon,
arden JoneB promptly ordered all
nm8 in ,   "llunK up" so ,hat thel1'
l in shackles are beld above their
raiBh, "'' none ot their bodily
lie �� In      "ls BU8talned.   Many
'"lk"'�� were murderers.
Hot to Play Upstairs," She
Lisps���Bed  Is  Afire.
Aberdeen. May 26.���Telling her
mother that It was "too hot to play up-
Btalrs," little "-year-old Anna Fowler,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Fowler, explained why she did not remain
there.
doing into the kitchen shortly afterwards Mrs. Fowler found It filled
with smoke, and hastily calling her
husband they discovered one of the
beds to he on lire. Mr. Fowler managed to get the bed Into the back
yard and prevented further damage.
It was found that Anna, whose eyelashes and front hair were badly singed, had been playing with matches. "I
did it," she said.
of
MEMORIAL SERVICE  AT SEA.
Scranton. Pa., May 2H.���Dr.
Lange. a retired and wealthy
clan, today corroborated the
that he had fulfilled the chemist's
dream of ages in that lie had discovered a simple chemical process of
transmuting the basest of metals into
the finest silver and into gold. Consequently be looks for a drop in the
prices of the two standards of money.
Fumes from Dr. Lange's transmitting furnace in his laboratory brought
death to Charles C. Dickinson, a New
York banker, who had come here to
witness the operation,,and who, before dying, according to Dr. Lange,
pledged all the financial aid necessary. It was Dickinson's death which
attracted attention to the secret of
the laboratory.
"My discovery ls ono which upsets
all scientific theories." says Dr. Lange
ln the statement which was made
public today. "I have developed a
process sought for ages which will
revolutionize the world. In short I
have discovered the means of increasing an atom of silver by tbe introduction of base metals to 100 times
its size and weight, tbe result being
still pure sliver equal if not greater
In  fineness.
"Four four years I carried tbe se.
cret. It was so great and so wonderful that 1 did not dare to believe it
myself. Every day for years 1 demonstrated the wonderful process. I spent
thousands of dollars in equipment. T
have taken base metals of four different kinds and successfully transmuted them Into silver of the utmost
purity, and the product passed successfully the severest scrutiny of the
best, assayers In tbe country. 1 even
sent, specimens of the transmuted
metals to the United States mint
the report came back that the
and
sub-
JNlONS
PUT  BOYCOTT
ON   CHINESE
LOTTERY
Oakland
f Mil .,.,i|
3*in8 of orten
,.   Oakland
^  by  th
��hen a
May 20.��� One of the most.
"togs against the patron-
tal labor ever enforced
unions was passed  last
Central  Labor  Council
bs fi?.0lU^?? ''"posing a fine of
' ^   I ll Jl ti    'tor    f
,|,;'"tii/im.��� V ,     for n"y ��nlon man
rom a chi,   "'nlnl labor of any form
"be, S|','"US,! lot,c,'y toa.Tapaneso
���on will i���   Vs entorced. The rosolu-
'''""������'������ i\,���,', n  I hpfn,'�� ,h0 Building
��8hi ������.,,    K'il for Indorsement to-
a|( union
stance was pure sliver.
New York, May 21'..���A memorial | "My explanation of the process Is
service for the late King Fdward was on the theory of evolution. I beheld on the steamer Adriatic on May Ueve that evolution pertains to the In-
20 during the liner's trip bore from j organic as well as to tbe organic
Southampton. .      things of this earth.   After four years
The  Adriatic,  which  arrived  today  0f experimentation  1  decided  to give
brought  twenty-two cabin  passengers   the world the benefit of my discovery,
of the steamer'Kroonland which broke  i did not have money enough to
a shaft on Mav IB after leaving Ant-  piolt  it properly and I interested
werp and was forced to return to that   Dickinson  In  it.    Tie  came
port i witness the transmutation
The   memorial     services     on     the      "The test  was entirely
hv   BOO    of   Mr. Dickinson was elated.    He .lump-
here
ex-
Mr.
to
successful.
bo submitted
headquarters.
twentieth   were attended   Dy  ot ,     ,
tho Adriatic's passengers, the officers  ed to hts feet nnd Insisted on lookmg.
and  175  members of the crew being into the furnace.    The metallic gases
in dJess uXm.    The Rev. D. L. made him slightly ill.Mf^tlng   a
Ferris, of Pittsburg, conducted the sir- weakened condition of 1 is 1. ngs    He
.vices, held In the main saloon, which developed onenmoula and died a few
1 was draped lu purple. days later.
Royal
Standard
Flour
IS THE BEST
$1.75 per sack
We  have   just
received   a car
of this flour.
Try a sack. We
guarantee every
sack to please
or money refunded.
We are  selling
lots of this flour
and it is giving
satisfaction
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
PHONE 193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
Contractors and
House Builders
...in. ou
. aday, and
.rives at Port
*day and Friday.
j a.m. each week
\Ve have a full   line   of   '3i5.,?m da!!y **
r. Oulchon  at 7 D-m.
B'1 J ,  X-I        1 .1       Am.;  ar. Seattle 3:35
uilders  nardware in the f
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   J*****************,
money.     Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAL
T. J. Trapp & Qickly
block,  Sapperton;
iew and are far
The Timberland Lumber Compv
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Fir, Cedar and Spruce Lumber,Rough,   Dressed   and   KII,JL
mension Timber and Shingles, Cedar  Poles and  Piling in any ., /....      _#
t'tty.
Ask Us for Prices
Office,  Room 8, Thompson Blk. New  Westminster,  B.  C.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director P. O. Box 953
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P. M. dally except Saturday, and
on Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at B. C. E. R. ticket office and on board steamer. Electric cars leave Steveston every hour (on the half-hour) for Vancouver.
See the Famous Fraser River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, $1.
INSURANCE
FIRE-ACCIDENT-LIFE
Employer's Liability.   Marine, Automobile
Live Stock
PUT that POLICY on TODAY
TOMORROW may be TOO LATE
I devote my time solely to insurance and so can give every risk
my  careful  and  prompt  attention.
My  rates  are  the  best obtainable and I write for only reliable
Canadian  and  English  companies.
Call and see me and I will be glad to give you information and
particulars. \. ^w.-i.i.y^ ���*...���,-,���.,.  1
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
Phone 62.     "The Insurance Man", | 657 Columbia
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THE DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, MAY 27
VICTOR  A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room   6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone  681
MAIL   SERVICE.
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625 Columbia Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. C.
And   at   336   Hastings   St..   W.
Vancouver, B. C.     Phone 3650
Following are tlie hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at the New Westminster postolllce and hour given in
each case being tlie hour of closing,
wliich is half an  hour, as a rule, be-
l'or  the actual  despatch.    All   malls,
[unless    otherwise     stated    are    de-
I spatched   and   received   daily   except
! Sunday.   The only mails despatched
land received Sunday are the Gk N. lt.
south and C. 1'. R. cast mails, not including way mails,  Sapperton, Fraser
i Mills and Coquitlam.
SOLDIER CF FORTUNE
SEEKS BILLET IN CANADA
Kaid Belton, Who Commanded  Morocco Forces, Asks for Commission
In   Dominion   Militia.
DANGERS Of HUNT
WOUID FILL BOCK
Mai's   Despatched.
Cloverdale
E.M. Carncross & Co
Real Estate
Insurance Loans, Conveyancing
Notai les Public
Surrey Farm Lands a Specially
Local Agents:
Cloverdale   Improvement Co.,
Ltd., and F.J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
Cloverdale, I!. C.     L.'D. Phone.
s a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
B.  C.  Electric railway.
First C.P.R. east taking all i oints
easi including Langley and district.
The mail for Abbotsford and dis-
trlct, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and district, and Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver.
g a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all I*. S. points east and south,
nnd Hall's Prairie, Fernridge and Hazelmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays.
All Surrey mails an1 rec: Ived from
Cloverdale, excepl Hall's Prairie, Hazelmere and Fernridge, which arrive
on the Port Gulchon train on Tu s-
days, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Pari;, via  B. C. Electric rail-
Mails  Received.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
the co.. STYLISH
tour.    It io     PRINTING
ster should a
Man of Canada.ve" ?" Any Kind
Printing
that has been sal.
the  bitter  strife 0\       Phone  383
recognized throughoi ���
who  has induced th
greatness which the lr
today.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier is
very hearty welcome
of an  audience th
many   thousands    as   acr
can   be    provided   for.   ,'
weather  the   oval    at   I
would form an admirable
assembly to    welcom,
teemed prime ministi
of the elements pro"
this could take plac
tural  hall, whilst a-
CH
,e in fl      p
it   will1      ���*���-?*-
��� acr
or. ,"
at   1
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PHONE   R527
hibition   buildings 1E DAILY NEWS
for   the  banquet,;
will  be iirovjil.fi,
8:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
including U. S. matter, and also
(except Tuesday) via li. C. Electric
railwaj.
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:15 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via G.  X. R.
8:30 a.m.��� C. P. R. east (first train)
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
12:00 p.m.���C. P. It. 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.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points.
7:00 p.m.���Revelstoke local and C.
P. R. intermediate points,
way.
1:30 p.m.���Strawberry Hill, Tlmberland and South Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���Ladner and down river
points. Fast Burnaby, Queensboro and
Burquitlam, by courier.
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via G.  N.  R.  north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nieomekl, and
Port Kells, daily, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday: Tynehead on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
Lake, via B. C. Electric railway. Saturday an extra mall is despatched to
Victoria via  Vancouver at  this  hour.
Blaine and Seattle, including all
U. S. points, east and south, via tlie
G. X. H.   "Fiver."
In Ottawa today is the only man
alive who put one monarch off a
throne and another, his hall'brother,
on one.
This man is Andrew Belton���known
'throughout the world as Kaid Belton
I (Kaid  in  the Moroccan army    being
equivalent    to    Commander-in-Chief).
[This  Intrepid  young    Englishman  is
now staying al the Russell House. He
has seen Barl Grey, Colonel Fiset, de-
puty minister of militia,   and   others
here, and is seeking a    position    in
the Canadian  Military forces.
He is tlie man who pul Mulal Hafid
on tha throne of Morocco-��-this
achievement gaining for him the title
of "Kingmaker."
He lefl his home in England at the
age of seventeen, and from then until
now���he is twenty-eight���his has bi en
an active military career. He received
a commission in an English Yeomanry regiment when only ninteen and a
captaincy a few years later in the
Zululand campaign.
Raid Belton was through several of
the engagements in the South African
war, and fought at the battle of Pa-
bers Putts alongside the Canadians,
who were there under Colonel Sam
Hughes, M. P. This was on May 31.
l'JOO���and speaks highly of the work
of the colonel and his Canadian soldiers.
Then in 190(1 he was through several battles in tlie Zululand campaign.
In 1908 ho went from South Africa
to London, England, and just as he
got there the trouble broke out in Morocco between the Sultan Abdul Aziz
and his half-brother. Mulal Hafid. The
latter claimed the throne, and the
young English officer, hurrying back,
to Morocco, offered his services to
Hafid.
They were accepted, and then his
exceptional career really began.
Tbe young Englishman has    eight
decorations of the very highest order.
These Include the Queen's South African medal, the King's South African
j medal,   the   Xatal   (Zululand)   medal,
I for service there in 1906, and the Or-
ider of Moghrebia (Land of the West)
and that of Mulal Idrees (patron saint
of Fez) given him by the present Sultan of Morocco.
I Privation and Starvation in
Open Boats Attend Catching of Seals.
the
and
blch
big
victoria, May 26.-II is generally
considered that the presenl season
will be the last in the history oi pelagic sealing.
The total supply of sealskin Bacques
thai "women maj walk gay" this year
Is placed  mule'-  100,000.
To collate the various tales or privation, of starvation days In "i"'11
boats while the chill spume swept
ov�� r the shivering hunters, the stories
of danger and discomfort, would mi
a big volume. To tell of th i risks to
life and imprisonment taken to se
.me the valuable furs would nil a
i.n ger one.
Many Privations Endured.
A   volume  could   he   will leu   ol
pi ivations endured, the risks run.
t| ,.  bistory of the  manner in  w
,me of the sealskins sold al ih.
sales at London are obtained. Those
taken at the rookeries were Becure I
without dlffclulty, for here a monopoly
Is protected rigorously al a cost of
more than double the amount Becun l
from the lessees by the Dnited si ites
government, assisted by Great Britain,
which, by treaty, sends a wai ship regularly to Bering sea to maintain a
patrol; but there is a wealth of Btory
in  the taking of thoBe spear, d    and
1 shot on the high seas.
���Women   Must   Walk   Gay."
"But  since  our   women   must.
gay and money buys their gea
sealing boats they filch  that way. at
hazard,  year by year."    So says the
poet, and  there is  more truth  in  the
statement than is  included  in    most
poetry.
The plan of Japanese to use motor
j heats   in   bunting  seals  this  year   is
watched With a great deal of interest,
and when the fleet comes back home
a problem may have been solved.
Sealskins are all treated in England,
'the furriers of tbe l'nited States not
being acquainted wilh the methods of
dyeing and preparing the skins. The
Bering sea Islands catch la all shipped
'back to the United States, where entry  is  refused  to  the  skins taken   by
Ithe pelagic sealers, other than those
taken in the South seas.
Tenders   addressed   to   the     under-
Blgned al   Ottawa In  sealed envelopes
and marked on the envelopes "Tender,
tor gasoline launch for the Quarantine
Service" will be received up to the
1st  June   for   the  construction   of   a |
gasoline  launch   for   the     Quarantine!
Service at   Prince Rupert, Hritish Co- J
lumbia,  of   the   following   leading   dimensions, viz:���
Length over all   50 feet,    j
Beam extreme    ������ f(,|'<-
Depth amidships, moulded, 6 teet.    |
to be delivered ai  Victoria, in   the
Province of British Columbia,
Specifications  of  this  launch  may;
be procured   upon  application   to  the
Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, or,
to the Superintendent of Quarantines
at William Head, British Columbia, up
i,, the  16th  May. 1910.
The contract to Include Installation
of engine, the property of the Departmi nt, now at  Victoria, B.C.
Each tender musl be accompanied
by an accepted cheque equal to ten
per rem of the whole amount of the
tender, which cheque will be forfi Ited
ii the Individual or company sending li
declines to enter into a contract with
the Department or falls to complete
the  launch.
The Departmenl does not  bind  Itself to accept the lowest or any ten-
' der.
Newspapers copying this advertisement withoul authority trom the Department will nol be paid.
A. I.. JAKVIS.
Assistant   Deputy  Minister,  and
Si cretai y of Agi [culture
Ottawa,  May  3,  1910.
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: apply  to
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Manufactured by
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Montreal, May 2(1.���The statement
is made in financial circles that William Mackenzie, president of the Canadian Northern railway, and D. D.
Mann, vice-president, have refused
the sum of $50,000,000 for their common stock in that corporation and
that tlie president is quoted as saying
they would not sell  for $100,000,000.
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Knowledge     of   Pickpockets'     Jargon
Secures  His Conviction.
New York, May ?'���'..���Magistrate
O'Connor, in the Jefferson Market
court yesterday, conversed in tlie
jargon of the underworld with George
Greenfield, of 248 West Thirtieth
street, who recently completed tom
and one half years' sentence at Wea-
therfield, Conn., says the American.
Tlie prisoner, charged with Jostling
pedestrians at Eighty-sixth street and
Central Park West, was arrested after
a chase of four blocks by detectives.
Gre< afield displayed hands as big as
a boiler maker's, and observed to the
court:
"I couldn't pick a pocket, your
honor. 1 can't put my hand in a
man's pocket. I can hardly put them
In  my own  pockets."
"Don't try to kid me." said the
court. "You know a good dip does
n't work with his bands, lie works
with two fingers. Vou know v. hat
'bringing the ban. er' means, don't
you. Greenfield?"      '
Greenfield nodded.
"I suppose you were framing a
sucker to pet away with a whole
front, or at least you expected to sua.
a poke or a souper and instead you
got dropped by a tatty, and were
canned for a sleep, eh?"
Greenfield looked startled, Magistrate O'Connor demanded sharply:
"You know what I mean, don't
you?"
"Sure," replied Greenfield.
"Five   dollars   line."
Magistrate O'Cofmer then
ed that "bringing tiie hanger"
opening a woman's  lian ������,.;;.
ing a whole fiont" is to take
Princess Charlotte leaves Vancouver at M a. in. dally except Wednesday for Victoria.
Princess Royal daily at  1:30 p. m.
i'i incess Victoria, 10 p. m. daily,
except Monday, direct for Seattle.
SS. .loan leaves Vancouver at 2
p. m. daily except Sunday for Nanaimo.
ss Queen City leaves Vancouver
Mondays at 5 p .in. lor Union and
Comox.
SS. Princess May leaves Vancouver
at 11 p. m. .May I. II and 24, and every
ten days thereafter.
ss. iieaver leaves New Westmlnstei
at 8 a. m. Mondays. Wednesdays and
Fridays for Chilliwack; returning
leaves Chilliwack at 7 a. in. Tuesdays,
Thursdays nnd  Saturdays.
NEW   WESTMINjIlR. B. C.
'elephone 13. Office. Eighth KI
!91-2 Acres ai
Fronting Yale road. S'ioWl
cash, balance to airangef
Enquire at
S. O. PAULSEN
Tlmberland P. (ffl
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The   New  Sternwhee'er
:
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S. S.  PAYSTREAK
! WOOD   WORK. AND!
REPAIRING  OF ALU
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Com-1
pany's wharf,  New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves  New  Westminster Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at S a. in.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday,  Fi I
I day and Sunday at 7 a, tn.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
; ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
explain
meant
"Geit-
everything a victim has. A "poke" is
the pocket book and a "souper" Is a
watch. To be "dropped by a fatty"
is to bo arrests l by a detec Ive, and
to be "canned tor a sleep" la to be
locku 1  up.
NOTICE!
CWA-   ".*'v"-
IS   THi3   THF.   YEAR   1914?
A Harvard Prctcssor Thinks He Can
F'cve  It  Is.
Uoston. Mllv -i .���'I'hat \\-. \t ���-"*���
living in 1914, A.I)., instead of 1910,
was the declaration marie today by
David Lyon, professor of Semitics and
curator of the Semitic Museum at
Harvard. According to Prof. Lyon,
King Herod died In the year 7f,0 A.U.C.
���that Is, following the building of
Home���instead of in 753, according to
the prevalent belief, nnd as Christ
is known to have been born a year
before King Herod's death. He was
born in 740. "From recent archaeological researches we have positive
proof that Herod's son, Archlleus, was
deposed in 759 of the era A.U.C, says
Prof. Lyon.
"The records show that he ruled
nine years, so that he must have ascended the Throne in 750 A.U.C.
"Herod's other son, Antlpast. was
deposed in 792 A.U.C. and, as records have been found which show
that, Antlpast ruled for 4'.! years, he
also must have ascended his throne
7;50 years after tbe building of Rome.
We know, moreover, from more ancient, history, that Herod at. his death
divided bis kingdom between bis two
sons. Tbe ancient historians and
chroniclers have placed Herod's death
at. 753, a*i:l ".his latter date has been
accepted as the beginning of tbe
Christian era."
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J from seven to nine o'clock.
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inteiost. Small or large
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THE DAIL1   NEV/S.
PAGE SEVEN.
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LAND REGISTRY ACT.
I    ,    notice thai an application has
H->",,",���  regiBter Duncan Bell
,,'    io owner in tee simple, under
-"\ i.  peed from B. A. Wilmot,
,','���  of  dvkis, to   Duncan   Hell
,rlng   date   the  13th   day   of
Vi>   1907, of all and singular
'"'' 'rta'in parcel  or tract  of  land
fnremises situate, lying and being
[strict of New Westminster,
','   Pr,)/ iue oi  British Columbia,
,,i���.,| irly  known and describ-
Lrt 3.60 a<ies of the Boutheasl
*,er  of   Section   18,   Township   li,
,   west of 6th Meridian.
' a those claiming through or
,,''.,' vou  and  all   persons  claiming
int'eresi in thl said land by virtue
.mie 'fluted  instrument,  and
',.   cliin.ing  any  Interest  In
i ,ui! by den ent, whose title
n.t restored ".ioer the provisions
,1,,. "Land Registry Act," are requir-
,  contest Hie r'n'm of the tax purser within for'.y llv* days from the
' 0f the first puhbcatlon of this
I��� UIlon vju   and ln default of a
'   |   0r   ceitifi.'a'e   ot   .13   pendens
, ,'. fii,d wlflln suc'i icriod, or In
'  in of redumption r.ffors re.lstra-
���i I ri'li < f you wilt be for-
<m1 and Aebarrt-d from set-
'.,'.. i lalin to o   ia tespect of
and, 'ind  I Rba i    register
I . ||   Hall  as owner  thereof
i i i,.|.-i . <)������[���. that pub-
���   [ills  ni U"c for  thirty  days
newspipet pibllshed In New
w li   1 e  (.ood and  suffic-
e luei.-.f
I   t tho i .nd Registry Office,
���..,-. P'ov'nce o1' British
: Oth day of April, A.
WATER NOTICE.
O. S. KEITH,
1 Iptrict Registrar.
'������ -lMuietit Loan & Sav-
Oppenhelmer   Bros.,   Ltd.,
G, v. Lelshtnan; J. W. Hew-
Notice Is hereby given that an application will be made under Pari V,
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license in the Westminster Division of
New Westminster District.
(a) Tlie name, address and occupation of the applicant: Frederick \V.
] Smith, residing at South Westminster,
P, O. address, New Westminster, ll. C,
dairyman.
II)) The name of the lake, stream or
source (If unnamed, the description
Is): tin unnamed Bprlng, situate on
Subdivision 12 of Hlock '2, Section 3d,
Hlock 6, No-th Range 2, west, New
Wost.niinste' Dist.ict.
(c) The point of diversion: About
the centre of said Buddlvision 12
(owned by J. B. Murphy).
(d) The quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second): One-
sixtieth (1-GO).
(e) The character of tho proposed
works: A pri 'ate waterworks system
through a 1-inch pipe carried fro said
Subdivision l'! tt aj i ��� cant's property,
which adjoins.
if) The premises on wliich the water ls to bo used (describe same):
Subdivisions 5 and 6 Of Hlock 2, Section 30, Hlock 6, North Range 2, west,
New Westminster District.
ig) The purposes for which the
water ls to be used: For agricultural,
dairying and domestic.
I k I Tills notice was posted on the
2nd day of May, 1910, and application
will be made to the Commissioner on
the 6th day of June, 1910, at 2:30 p.m.
ill Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whoiie lands are likely to be
affected by the proposed works, either
above or below the outlet: None,
F. W. SMITH,
Box 530, New Westminster, n. 0
LAND ACT.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
Take notice that Jamea Bateman,
ol Vancouver, B. C, occupation, stonecutter, Intends to app y for pi rmlssion
to   purchase   the  following   described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the Boutheasl point of a small island
lying about 10 chains north of Nelson
lBland; ihence northerly, westerly,
southerly and easterly, along the
shore to the place of commencement;
containing 6 acies more or li ss.
JAMES BATEMAN,
Applicant.
JOHN F. DAGOS.
April  20, 1910. Agent
NO HOKE LIGHT SHED BN
MINING STEAMER WAHATAH
Vessel Sent Out to Search for Traces
cf Liner Lost Last Year Returns
After   Fruitless Cruis;.
WATER NOTICE.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
��� IN���
THE DAILY NEWS
Notice is hereby given that an application w"l be made under Part V. of
the "Water Act, J90D." to obtain a license in the South Westminster Division of New Westminster District.
(a) The name, address and occupation of the applicant: J. E. Murphy,
occupation, dairying and farming.
(b) The name of the lake, stream
or source (if unnamed, tlie description Is): Spring on Lot 11, Block 2,
Subdivision of Lot 30.
(c) The point of diversion: At tho
spring.
(d) The quantity of water applied
! for (in cubic feet per second): One-
| eighth  cubic  foot.
, (e) The character of the proposed
works; Tank at spring, pipe from
'tank   to  dwellings.
(g) The purposes for wliich the
water is to he used: Dwellings,
dairying and  stock.
ik) This notice was posted on the
30th day of April, 1910, and application will be made to the commissioner
on the 31st day of May, 1910.
(1) Give the nanus and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely
to be affected by the proposed works,
SERIOUS PROBLEMS
FOR THE AERONAUTS
Great Opportunity for the
Smugglers- Other Difficult
Questions for Nations.
Wi tiBgfSW
ie   no   more   attractive   trip
the St.  Lawrence up to his I
- c.    Next Empress sails
��� I  20.    For reservations and
ai ply to
ED. GOULET,
C.P.R. Agent. ,
Westminster
ransf er Co.
e Thoue lib.     Barn Tboue 1S7
Columbia Btreet-
|l iggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of ths city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block        P. O. Box 644
��� 'either  above  or  below    the    outlet:
None
J, E. MURPHY,
New Westminster.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
"YOU  NEEDN'T
COME  AROUND"
to our ofiice every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be glad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal in your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone is in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 16.
Coal procured here ls crackajack coal, however secured.
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W0RK8���Comer Eleventh and Carline. PHONE 473     ^
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C QUALITY THE BEST.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register the Corporation of the Township or District of
Suiicy as the owner in fee simple, un-
d^r a Ti.x Sale Deed from the Reeve
and Clerk of the Corporation of the
'lowr.i-lip or District of Surrey to the
Corporat'ci of the Township or District of Surrey, bearing dates of the
21st day of October, A.D., 1005 and
31st day of December, A.D., 1301, of
all and singular that certain parcel
or tract of land and premises situate
lying and being in the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of Brit-
is1. Columbia, more particularly known
and described as: Lot 1 in subdivision 24 of block 1 of section 30, block
5 north, range 2 west; lots 8 to 17,
inclusive, of subdivision 23 of section
16, block 5, north range 2 west; lots
15 to 21, inclusive, block 14 of south
east Quarter section 4, township 9
lots 5,6, and 7, in subdivision 23 of
section 16, block 5, north range 2.
west; lots 22 and 23, in subdivision
23 of section 16, block 5, north range
2. west; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11,
12, block 4 of lot 387A, group 2; lots
2 to ti .inclusive, block 14 of south
east quarter section 4, township 9"
lot 5, block 3 of lot 387A, group 2;
lot 38, block 2 of lot 387A, group 2,
lots 21, 22, block 3 of southeast quarter section 4. township 'J; lots IS, 19,
block 2 of southeast quarter section
4, township 9; lot 22, block 16 of
southeast quarter section 4. township
9, map 519; lot 23, block 16 of southeast quarter section 4 township 9.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by vir-
tue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in the said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act."
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty-fWe
days from the day ot the flrst publication of this notice upon you, and
ln default of a caveat or certificate
of lis pendens being filed within such
period, or In default of redemption
before registration, you and each of
you will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to
or in respect of the said land, and I
shall register The Corporation of the
Townsliip or District of Surrey as
owner thereof in fee. And 1 hereby
order that publication of this notice
for tliirtv days ln a daily newspaper
published In New Westminster will
be good and sufficient sorvice thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster. Province of British
Columbia, this 29th day of March, A.
D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To David Miller, William A. McCal-
lam, Angus Mclnnes, T. G. Stark. William Davis. Henry Fraser, Henry
Kells, Harold Ponsford. Allen Spiers,
George Stone, Robert Lyness, Margaret G. Cooper, John Roberts, Richard
Hosking, Hugh T. Crossloy, John E.
Hunter.
NOTICE.
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
. Burns & Co
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645 COLUMBIA STREET.
Take notice that I. Grace Cruickshank, of Matsqui, B. C, farmer's wife,
intend to apply to the Commissioner
of Lands and Works, Victoria, for a
license, to prospect for coal and petroleum on and under the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post marked
Grace Cruickshank's. on N.E. corner
set of tbe Section line between Section 28 and 29, Tp. 16, New Westminster District, about 10 chains north
of the S. E. corner of Section 29;
thence south one mile; then west one
mile; then north one mile; then east
one mile to the point of commencement; 640 acres.
GRACE CRUICKSHANK,
Matsqui,  April  18, 1910.
Melbourne, May ./.���The log of the
Sabine, which was engaged to search
for the missing Bteamer Waratah,
hns been received by the minister of
trade and customs. It shows that
every effort was made to find some
trace of tho big liner, but although a
careful search was maintained right
throughout, nothing was seen that
would throw any light on the mysterious disappearance of the Waratah.
Several islands, including Possession
and ^riint Paul islands, were visited
and thoroughly searched, without
success. The landing at Possession
island, Crozet group, was made on
Sunday, October 24. The landing
party reported that they had found
the remains of a house, the remains
of a boat, and two Iron blubber pots.
There were no signs of habitation.
The lug abounds with records of very
dirty weather, through wliich the
Sabine passed, the use of oil Lags
having been resorted to upon occasions.
The total time occupied on the voyage was 87 days, S hours, 4 minutes,
and the total steaming time was 85
days, 23 hours, 21 minutes. The total
distance covered was 14.740 miles, at
an average speed of 7.14 miles per
hour. Traces of a past tragedy were
found at St. Paul island, wliich the
vessi 1 passed. A party was landed
close to the landing place, where
there were roofless huts, in the first
of which were three white boats, obviously from the vessel Reve, from
the Island of Reunion. In the second
hut were five unmarked boats, and
one painted with the name Stella
Maria. Inside on the door was
roughly painted, "Holt Hill, lost Nov.
13, 1889, thirty-two hands." the remainder of the Inscription was undecipherable.
The landing party also discovered
three letters, two of which were addressed to "Madam the Widow of
Felix Fleurie, St. Dennles, Reunion";
and the other to "Monsieur Le Commandant De Passage." An inscription in illiterate French Indicated
that a boat in the hut had been built
by the crew of the Reve ln November. 1904, and there was also a record
of a visit to the island by the steamer
Kent in January, 1907, in the course
of her search for the missing dredge
Walrus. "Near by," the report proceeds, "there were three graves close
together, surrounded with ship's
cables, with wooden crosses erected
above them. They bore inscriptions
in French, and dates 1903 and 1904.
Some little distance away another
grave bore a cross inscribed, "To the
memory of Iracha Joseph Emilien.
died January 9, 1901." Close to it
were two mounds bearing the appearance of graves, surrouuded by a cemented wall; but there were no
crosses. In all directions were scattered iron bolts, blocks, wire, tanks,
pots and small spars, and near the
landing place was an old marine boiler. On the northern spit, which
forms the entrance to a crater lake,
was found a square block of light
brown stone, on which the following
words could be distinguished: "Coup
de Venus, of January 5, 1885." A
granite block attached to this stone
was carved with the words in French:
"Transit of Venus by French solar
observatory expedition, December 9,
1874."
Attached to the report is a letter
written by Captain Tickel to the
minister of customs, in which that
officer expresses the opinion that the
Sabine's search, though conscientiously carried out in the area reported,
did not extend sufficiently far to the
southward. "I had no hope of the
Sabine's search being successful from
the first," says Captain Tickell.
"Since then the data I have to
hand confirm me In my opinion
that the Waratah, lf afloat, has drifted very far south, and in the track
taken by the second search steamer
Wakefield."
New York, May 2..���Some of the
problems which will arise from the
development of aeronautics were discussed tonight by Dr. Paul Ritter,
minister of Switzerland to the l'nited
States, in an address on "Tlie Future
of Aeronautics from an International
Point of View," before tlie Lake Mo-
honk conference on international arbitration.
Dr. Ritter expressed confidence
that airships for public use will soon
be a possibility, and that with their
general use wlll arise many international questions that may, if not
met by suitable regulations of air
traffic, seriously menace the peace of
the world. He declared that the ease
with which air craft may be used for
illegal purposes, such as smuggling,
will create new problems of public-
law and that their convenience as a
futuro medium of rapid communications and as a carrier of mails may
mean an economic upheaval in some
of the smaller nations, including
Switzerland, which depend so largely
on revenue from transportation and
mail carrying monopolies.
"The Hague conference," the speaker says, "have made but a beginning
by prohibiting tlie throwing of
bombs from balloons and that tbe
application to airships of rules governing contraband of war, blockade
running, and the like, will be exceedingly difficult."
Dr. Ritter created some surprise by
stating that Switzerland has already
taken action looking to tbe maintenance of her perpetual neutrality in
peace and war against the transgressions of aeronautical nations surrounding her, as now she does against aggressions on land, and that already an
amendment to the Swiss constitution
has been proposed. He also advocated the early establishment of an
"International Aeronautical Bureau,"
similar to the International Postal
union.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneaule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West,
minster at 5:50, 0:50. 7:20 aud 8:00
a,m., and every halt hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
3:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until  11:00 ..m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver ior New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., ami
every half hour thereafter uniil
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vaucouver at 5:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Last
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local Manager, New
Westminster,
Great   Northern Railway.
.m.
Lv.  N. W.   11  a.m.;  ar.  Seattle 3:55
.in.
Lv. N. W. 4:32 p.m.; ar. Seattle 9:40
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
,m.
Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m.; ar. N. W. 2:55
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.;  ar. N. W. 9:30
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.;  ar. N.W. 6:20
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:25
p.m.
G. N. R.���Port Guicnon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., returns at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives ln city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives ln city
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Gulchon at 1 P.m. ou
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Guichon 6 a.m. each wee*
day;   arrives   8:50  a.m.
Leaves N. W. 3:50 p.m. daily except Sunday: ar. Gulchon at 7 D-m.
-v. N.W.  8:50 a.m.;  ar. Seattle 3:35
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WILL MAKE BIG FIGHT
AGAINST  FOREST FIRES
Seattle, May ��Z.���An earnest fight
against the forest fires which annually lay waste millions of dollars worth
of timber, the greatest natural resource of the northwest, ls being
waged by the Washington Forest Fire association, which has a
force of patrolmen in the field to
watch for Incipient fires, and stop
them hefo.-e they grow beyond control. Tli" association is conducting
a campaign of education among timber men and farmers, urging them to
get their sl isblngs burned before the
dry season, when a burn is likely to
start a fire that will lay waste millions of feet of timher. The association intends to help In the enforcement of the new state law ln Washington which makes it a misdemeanor
to operate an engine or boiler without a spark arrester, where there ls
any danger of fire. D. P. Simons, Jr.
the chief fire warden, believes that In
the prevention of forest fires there
lies a practical form of conservation
that far surpluses all the talk and
hubbub which that much discussed
subject has glVPH rise to. The lumbet
states of tbe northwest have already
lost by forest fires a wealth of tim
ber which wiU not be replaced foi
many yearn nnd it is only by arous
Ing the 1: rrbermen and farmers to a
sense of their responsibility that this
annual destruction can be stopped.
The stati hwc In most states provide
very inadequately for forest protection. In Washington there ls but one
state warden in each county, and he
has no chance to cover his territory
1 and keep tip bis office work, issue
1 burning permits, etc. The work ot
'the Forest Fire association ls expect-
'ed to heir the state officials materially. I
| A SNAP!
\ Must Be Sold Quickly
���
��� Two splendidly situated lots in the new school block,  Sapperton;
��� price $375 each;  $200 cash, balance very easy.
��� The lots face down hill and command a splendid view and are far
��� below present values.
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\ Miller & Jewhurst
X Realty Brokers
X Room 7 Thomson Block.   -   New Westminster, B. C.
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Are You Lookin;
For a Home ?
We have a new 5 roomed house on
Seventh Avenue. Commands a beautiful view of the Fraser and the Delta
Is close to the 12th Street Carline.
If you have $400, it will pay you to
call in and see us at once.
This is only a sample of the many
fine properties we are handling
The Craig Realty Co
Room  8,  Thomson   Block.
New Westmlster, B. C.
Phone  629
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
-Hours for   Irrigation���
The hours during which water may
be used for irrigation In the city have
been extended to from (>:30 p. m. until 8:30 p. m. until further notice.
Bv order
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, May 18, 1910.
NOTICE.
The public ls hereby notified that
neither the master nor owner of the
four-masted barque Maricchen will be
responsible for any debts contracted
by any member of the crew.
A. N. TORNQVIST, Master.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lots number 14 and 15, Block
4, New Westminster suburbs.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of Title Number 0092 A, issued
in the name of Eustace Alvauley Jenna
has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in
the meantime valid objection be made
to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C., May 12, 1910.
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J.   Mahoney,  of  the  mining recoru- ���     For a pleasant cool drink, try the
office   went to Chilli*       yester-  Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. *���
day   on   bu      ��� -.'.������.���   with   th" '
gov< rnment   He may be gi ne a '���'������ ek       '   "' ���     ! train of fhe coaches, with
i 'iis  on   board,  Including   forty-
nine   families   and   Beventy-flve  miil-
Otl yestei day en route
for this city, where the men will be
given work at the Praser River mills.
The   party coming out   under  the
care of Ret   Father O'Boyle, who represented the mill company in the se-
.i   of  the   workers  in  the  Sherbrooke and Ottawa district.
The propei place ta di
Bo ������ I ife,   Depot   .'. I .
'.   ���    est of everything.
it the
i.i ick.
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I !;��� d       '   ery trunk as i: 1'  b< !d
a  stick   of  dynamite.    Wm.   Me
Call 664 night.-, or 4.1  ,\ ,yi,        �����
Secretary Wade   of    the   board of
trade wlll take a trip to Weatmii
Junction  today  to  have a look  over
'. ���  . rounds near there that have been
suggested as a goll course.
To  Furnish
an  Ofiice,   see
W.   E,
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The Westminster Modern
Business ScLgoI
A !,..��� ;���.< ��� <-���!',ration should \t<- pur-
( ed once; therefore you wan to be
practically Instructed in the branches
which are used in every toy business
life, ami at a minimum cost. Not only
dr, our students get the best to I"
obtained but also the hem-fits of our
efforts in  securing positions.
REMEMEER, WE ARE OPEN FOR
DAY SESSIONS THE ENTIRE YEAR.
610
A. L. BOUCK,
Columbia    St. Principal.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watties for Ladl.-s from .12./L
np.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
|6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' ojwn case.
|7.50  up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches,
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
Anything in our line 10 to 20 per
< ��� nt   .-. ived   for  you.    Fales.        ������
Get the habit, smoke "Solo Special"
cigars, havana ti'led. **
'���      Maj  Day ball tonight promises
to be the 1 1   e .- of the season.   Tie.
management   has  announced  that  all
tl    ets sold "a May Day air- still good
for tbe dance.   After this ball is over
Bpecial cars will leave for Vancouvei
to carry  visitors  back to the Termi ,
nai City.   The children will hava possession of the floor till  10:30 o'clock
and  after   tha*    tlie    grown-ups  will '
dance till the small hours.  The dance
will  be held in the main  building at '
the exhibition grounds.
Until   further   notice   the   Hank   of j
Montreal,  .\'e��   Westminster, wlll  be I
open  for business  Saturday evenings
from 7 to 9 o'clock. ** j
South    Westminster    property    is
bandied by Hah- Bros, and Kennedy, .
Ltd.    Call in and see them, and they
will put before you some good things.
Two Chinamen,    Clem    and  Tom, i
were  taken in  last evening by Chief      An entertainment will be given on j
Bradshaw and Constable Pentland, on   Monday evening in the lecture room |
1 charge of gambling.  They were re-'of   St-   Pau1'8     Reformed    Episcopal
leased  on  hail  and mav appear this church, commencing at 8 o'clock, when
morning,  if thev  do not prefer  their  a   varled   program   will   be   rendered |
freedom to  their monev. ���>>' -0���*- talent.    Included among those
who   will   assist
Tiie   Bohemian   Cafe  will  in  future   Laird,  solo:   W. Glllespi
be  open   all   night.     Special  arrange-   Hastie,   solo:   Miss   Buckland,   recita-
ments for private parties. **   tion;    Miss   Harris   and   Mr.   Hamm,
duet; J. Lynn, sword dance and High-
Spring   is   here���how   about   those  land fling, and William Poulter. Iii uce
Tidy,   the   Fisher and w. J. Burr, comedv skit.
The Oliver Typewriter Agency at
746  Columbia  streel   I    bei c a-
stantly asked for stenogi , ��� Vou
can learn the Oliver at home. Seven-
'������ en <������ .'.ti a da ; for )t, See Helton E, .: ��� nd ask him to tell you
all about it. ���*
Dorothy Morton, who was booked to
appear at the local opera house on
June '���'. in "The Widow Jones," will
not be seen here, her bookings north
of Seattle having been cancelled.
Some nun transfer their affections
but I transfer baggage, express and
household goods. Call 664 days or 421
nights.     Wm.   Medley. **
The aroma of "Solo Special" cigars
is delicious;  try them. **
wjjl   be   Miss   Pearl
Gfuesple,  solo;   Miss
Florist,  can  suit you to a T
thing In that line.
in
any-
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A  three-piece orchestra will be
tendance.
in at-
Thfl remains of Richard Wadden
Male, the man who died from injuries
received at the accident at the Bur-
naby powerhouse a week ago, were
taken to Vancouver yesterday for interment. The late Mr. Male was thir-
t.v-jiw. years of age and had come from
England only a few months ago.
For spring plants or cut flowers,
phone Davies' Greenhouse. R208.     **
See  Kales  for  Bed  Lounges.    Guar-
EVERETT WILL GO  DRY,
SAY    PROHIBITIONISTS
Everett, May 26. ��� Local anti-saloon j
ists and Prohibitionists predict that ,
Everett will become a dry town I
through the influence of Rev, W. A. j
Sunday, who will start his revivals
here the first Sunday in June.
A local option election will he held j
in the rural districts of Snohomish on
July  5, and it  is  predicted  that this
meed  goods at  pi ices cheaper  than  wm carry by a good majority against
lift       C\,(.;,t-(*<~-.\ *��� *  1.  - r... i^��������
Simmers' "Toronto Parks"
Lawn Grass
Seed
is ihe Best. What
is the sense of sowing inferior seed
We protect our customers by destroying all old seed.
ectacles 50 cents up
Sp
ilie cheapest.
S.   G.   Tidy   left   yesterday   for Vic- ''
toria,   where  he  will   form  on<- of  a
deputation of florists who are to wait
upon  the minister of agriculture this
afternoon   seeking     the    removal   or
amelioration of the duty on imported
plants and shrubs.   The other florists,
with Mr, Tidy will be Joseph Brown, j
of Brown Bros, & Co., Vancouver, and
Messrs.   Woodward   and   Wallace,   of
Victoria,
\ ; aytr.enf. of $25 procures a lot in
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
fc Kennedy, Ltd. These lots are In
u'teat demand. **
For Geraniums, Dahlias and all
clnds of Spring Bedding Plants phone
)avis' Greenhouse, R 2UH. **
the saloons.
Following this election a movement
will be Btarted in Everett for a dry
town, and "Billy" Sunday will aid in
the  movement.
SPECIAL FARMS TO
SOPPLY   DINING   CARS
the   police   court   yesterday  one
was  found  guilty  of  the  crime  and on the west end.
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR  KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
In
man
if inebriation and was sentenced to
pay $2.50 and the costs of the court.
A citizen charged with a breach of
���h��' sanitary hi law will appear again
ui Saturday morning. Several persons were celebrating yesterday and
this morning Magistrate H.
raonds wlll be faced by sundry
ind  vagrants.
St. Pau], May 20.���The results of e
year of experience have been so satis
factory thai thc Northern Pacific rai
way has pone into specializing farming on a large scale and will add to
tbe 1,000 hens which are working for
its dining-car depaitment, a herd of
300 milch cows and garden truck
farm. At. the same time It will build
a second bakery to supplement the
supplies furnished by the company
bakery in Seattle, bo that its (.irs may
have fresh  supplies  both at St.  Paul
The poultry farm at Kent, Wash.,
has made good. Fifty-two acres of
land are devoted to this purpose and I
White Leghorn bens were selected as
tho best breed for the company's purpose. The farm supplies 160 do/.en !
L.   Ed- eggs a day and guarantee a fresh sup- ;
drunks
The Northern Crown Bank beg to
announce that they will he open on
Saturday evenings from 7 till !i
o'clock. **
ply for ,'!;=��� cars. The new garden
farm will cover 400 acres at Paradise, i
Mont., proved, while at the same point j
an additional 270 acres of rich bottom land wlll be devoted to dairy ;
purposes, supplying fresh milk and j
cream.
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Mode! Bakery
H. C. IVJark & Sens
Cor. Fourth Ave. and Secor.d St.
Manufacturers of the bread
thai is making New Westminster famous, Also choii e cakes,
cookli s and candles, our obli ���-
lug drivers wi l be more than
please 1 to cali.    Phone 435.
II
COME AND
SEE US
in Our "New Quarters in the
DEANE BLOCK
Four   Doors    Last    of    Bank   of
Montreal
We Have Just Received u Fresh
Stock of Popbam'S Chocolates
T. A. MUIR & tO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Columbia St.   New Westminster.
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10 Acres extra good land,
acres cleared; seven roomed
house, bath and pantry, hot
and cold water. One mile
from electric tram. Price
$3500. Terms, $500, balance
easy terms.
APPLY TO
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
900 Yards of
Fancy Muslins ���<i Ginghams
15 cents per yard
r   ������                                                        Regular   20c   to   35c   Values
Short  ends and odd  patterns on  sale  Friday  an I  Saturday  only.    See our corner
a few of the many designs.   Materials  ore  there   suitahle   for   boys'   or   girls'   Btrong   .-���
blouses, ladies' wash costume-:,  waists, dresses, etc     A  Bplendid range of patterns ln a
pi pnlar colors.   On sale Friday and Saturday, per yard	
Ladies9 Lace Lisle
Hose 35c per pair
The arrival of a Bhipment of hosiery direct from the manufacturers in Germany enables us to announce that we are showing
the hest hose at the price shown anywhere in Canada. We show
them in black, ton, hrown. sky, pink and white, in sizes 8Vi to
lu inches. They are nicely shaped, with a good choice of open-
worked designs.   Ask for this special  line.    Per pair 35c
The Housekcep.
ers Opportunity
in Linens
50c  Each
A general cleanu
runners, tray cloths, ������
tand covers,;
centrepleci s, etc .
Materials are plain
muslin, damask llni n ai
sels net. worked
ery, hemstitching, B
I i Iges.   Regula
to  |1.76.    On  sali
Saturday   in   tie     | imish
Inj   b ction, eai h... 50c
Black Sateen
Underskirts
95c Each
At least L'a per cent. l.��ss than
regular value in Uie usual way.
We secured only four dozen,
thinking that would be sufficient. We were agreeably surprised at the value. Customers
will be pleased at the opportunity afforded by the special low
prices placed upon them for
Friday and Saturday; each. .95c
Embroidered
WaistS'-Neat
and Attractive
$1.50 Each
Made with fancy embroldei  d
fronts,  transparent   yokes  and
set with wide insertions of
shadow embroidery; long puff
Bleeves s>'t with bands of insertion:   all   sizes;  each. ..$1.50
New Waists
Tailored Styles
$1.50   E.   ���
By all means tl
we  ha\ e yet  show i
white   lawn,   with
and    box-pleated     ���'
u and ' ���"
each.
THE
$ i-i i���{ via
HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL, QUEBEC
ESTABLISHED 1864
Capital Paid Up���$6,000,000
Reserve Funds���$4,600,000
Total Assets (over)$66,000,000
This institution is or.e of lhe  oldest,  largest,  and  best-known  Hunks doing business  in  Cans, a.
Having  14.5  Branches  from Quebec to Victoria and most satisfactory  arrangements  at   a'l  otnc
jwints,   it   has   exceptional   collecting and  exchange  facilities.
."������.  N ..  .**  . <A-^w�� '
A  GENERAL   BANKING   BUSINESS  TRANSACTED.
Savings Bank Department
We give special attention lo Savings Accounts.    You may start an account with $l."n.    Intere
allowed  at highest   bank rate, and added  twice a year without   application   or   presentation
pass   book.     No   delay   ln withdrawals.    Two or more persons may open a joint account, anl v
draw  it.  hy  Individual  cheque,
OPEN SATURDAY EVENING 7 TO 9 O'CLOCK
For the convenience of our cimtomei's and to give the working man an opportunity of (leposii
bis   savings,   this  ollice   will   be  open   for  business  on   Saturday evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock.
We will be glad to have  the  public call  und  Inspect our   new ofllee.
New Westmirster Branch
H. C. Adams, Manager
THE
DAILY
NEWS

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