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Ocean Park
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
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Camping
"WHITE   ROCK," THE  PLACE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
L.I'M 10 5
NUMBER 115,
MOW WESTMINSTER, B. C. FRIDAY   MORNING,  JUNE  3,  1910.
EIGHT PAGES.
PRICE  FIVE  t
OF FORD
k NOW UNDER WAY
ladictory Evidence is
[en in Pitt Meadows
Ibing Case.
Ll of S. II. Foid. a Pitt Mea-
ii,n,r charged with stabbing
al rill Meadows ln March,
���, ���, [ore the court yesterday
evidence was taken during
i.-i)i,i was examined In the
fi���i\ in the afternoon, bul the
Liu' nt-1 before Deputy Attor-
.. ,i McLean had commenced
,1 lon tor the proBei u-
l of Vancouver, is act-
.  1    oner.
��� ���  was occupied in  tak-
.   of the four men who
,  oi the assault, Le
1 Henry Schultz, and
:.    agreed  In  the  main  fea-
tin 11   sti ; y:   that   'hey   had
IliiiiL- along the road on Sun-
,|, 20    v, hen   they   met   Fold
ent.   One of the men  spoke
���     ence to some previous
ul had and Ford struck
t      Le  Lion  coming  in  be-
1 <1   the   blow   and   was
e hack.
it   there   was   a   general
S    -. in which Ford was badly
bul the tour men all claimed
as in efforts to pet the Knife
iin  him   that   Ford   received
IT les.
Le Lion's Record.
Uissell, for thp defence. Bought
that Le Lion had a had recti larrelllng and scrapping with
Jhbors and managed to elicit
pn the fact that he had had
{quarrels while living at Cen-
k   before   he   moved   to   Pitt
iterest   of   the   day   centered
[the evidence of the prisoner,
his story In a dramatic fash-
ling over the witness box to
the   attitude   he   was   in   at
ftimes during the course of the
SELLS-FLOTO CIRCUS
WILL SHOW HERE TODAY
Train Arrives E<-,rly This Morning and
Tents Are Erected at Moody
Square.
Tho circus lias come. It came at
four o'clock this morning and only
the night watchman at the C. I'. It.
and two small fortunate hovs saw it
come. In the early dawn tlie great
yellow cars crawled slowly into the
station and the small boys who had
lost several hours' sleep on the hope
of seeing a stray elephanl or at least
a lion were more or less disappointed,
for the mysterious cages were all covered With canvas, and listening to sua.
dry growls and drowsy grunts wns
all tin- satisfaction derived by the
small  hoy  foi   his long vigil.
However, the sight ol the circus
train being unloaded helped to put
blm in a better humor. Men were
amused from sleep the instant the
train stopped. The horses were hurried oat of their cars and harnessed
in about Hie time it takes to fasten
i'ii-   harness  on  a  fireteatn.
Quickly a gangway was put up to
the fluteals and the wagons hauled
off one hy one. As eacli wagon,
whether it was a huge van full of
seats, a brilliant hand wagon, a calliope, or a cage, containing some f~e-
| roclous monster thousands of miles
from his native haunts, was taken
I off. it was immediately hauled to tho
park. Going up tlie hill an extra
shift of horses had to he put on, and
In Hie case of some of the heavier
wagons as many as ten horses were
hitched to it.
The circus crowd ls fhe same as
usual. Most of them are enthusiastic
hall fans and the first thing they do
when arriving in town in the morning Is to make a grab for the morning paper to see how their favotiie
league stands.
"GRAPTERS ARRESTED
If) SCHENECTADY CO.
Thirty Six Indi c t m e n t s
Handed Down by Grand
Jury���Bail Granted.
ENTOMBED  HEkU RESCUED.
rsion  of the affair is to the
that  he  had  met  tlie four  men
house   of   one   McKenzie   and
a row witli them there. When
iere he states thnt  the other
Iberately attempted  to Inter-
t     and.   as   a   matter of   fact,
lie  had  endeavored  to  keep
a road and  had asked  Mc-
accompany him as he was
ie men.    Their attitude on
in of tho first meeting at
house he described as rag-
It   a ild.    "I   had   never  seen  a
e,"   said   Mr.   Ford,  "and   it
me more like insanity than
I I s 6 ''
i  Describes  the   Fight.
eting  in  the  road,  for  Ford
' avoid them, they started to
���  vile names,  which,  on  urg-
crown prosecutor. Ford
I in court    The Schultz said.
1. boys";  Le Lion had Bald.
and   they   had   made   at
��   K'tizie witli  a  knife  in his
id was stabbed in the ear and
I-   of  the head,     Le  Lion
*���        iiiin.
'; il   hi-   lapsed   into   a   state
f'        clousneBS.     Rousing  him-
!- '  fin eers on his throat  and
|H imt  breathe,    llis head  was
nto  the   mud   and   someone
' ick.
f l   means   of   saving   ids
-el  reached   for his  pocket,
'    ������  and   made   an   effort
ter this he received a
In  the   head  an I   lapsed !
I unconsciousness.
II o  to a  little  later  he
'    -H-hult.    say   that   he ,
tig 'possum.
Id:   "For   God's   sake, |
n ', ' ' ������ ������ it  murder.    Remem- !
Iave families to think of."
.'"'"'' n    was    paid    to    his
F       ' :     was taken to Kenyle's
1    '    1 iard.
1 Itnl two stitches were
11 ni1 behind his car and two
f[ nn his head, lie was in the
f'" for two days, but some of
|l     s 'old him he was not fit to
New Zeilander Burried in Tunnel
Found Striving to Save Companions.
Victoria, June 2.���News of the heroic
rescue of two men entombed for five
days in a collapsed tunnel in New-
Zealand was brought by the Manuka
yesterday.
George Pitts, who was entombed
with two others, managed by seeming
superhuman efforts to reach Reamer,
a mate buried almost entirely hy rock.?
'and timbers, and almost succeeded in
reaching another man when a second
|fall took place, overwhelming all
three.
Meanwhile     rescuers     toiled, _   and
when the heroic Pitts was uncovered
I he   was   found   Bcraplng   debris   from
ibis mate's head, flesh being torn from
I Ins   fingers   hy   the   work,   his   bod..-
meanwhile   being  doubled   up   flk    ��� ,
letter U by timber and iron.    A . r'.i'
crowd  cheered   him  on   ids  re	
Two were brought up alive, the third
dying.
Schenectedy, N. Y., .Tune 2.���Thirty-
Bfft indictments, Involving nineteen
persons, seventeen of whom were arrested und admitted to ball is the sum
of the work accomplished by the extraordinary term of the supremo couit,
which was called by Governor Hughes
to investigate alleged grafts in the
conduct of the affairs of Schenectedy
county. The giand jury reported today to Justice Charles C. Vandlrk,
designated by the governor to preside
;it the term. Governor Hughes designate 1 Vir.il K. Kellogg, of Watertown,
to act as special deputy attorney general in preparing the evidence for the
grand jury.
The   Arrested   Men.
The following men were arrested
this afternoon upon bench warrants,
their pleas being entered as "not
guilty" in each case, and admitted to
bail: George F. Sauter, contractor,
grand larceny, second degree; George
E. Pepper, former supervisor of highway, grand larceny, second degree;
Dr. C. X. Vander, farmer, county supervisor of construction, forgery, second degree; William H. Dunleav. supervisor, conspiracy; Vedder, notary
public, misdemeanor; James Ililde-
brand. former supervisor, misdemeanor; Fred Rolf, clerk, former supervisor, perjury; Isaac Whltmlr, supervisor, misdemeanor; Anson Cady,
former supervisor, misdemeanor; D.
Davis. former supervisor, misdemeanor; Edwar II. Robinson, former
supervisor, misdemeanor; Phillip Mtil-
drick, plumber, misdemeanor; Thomas
Winnie, supervisor, misdemeanor;
John \V. Hudson, former supervisor,
misdemeanor, iind Myron W. Jacob-
son, former supervisor, misdemeanor.
Two of the men for whom bench
warrants were issued last fall have
not heen located. Justice Vankirk
has set June 13 as the date for trial
of  the eases
DOCTOR ATTACKS
li!S OWN PROfESSiON
Astonishing Ignorance of
Proper Treatment of Appendicitis Deplored.
Toi onto, June 2.���Woeful ignorance
of doctors In connection with appendicitis was tlie occasion for same caustic remarks today in the surgical section of the Canadian Medical association convention. Dr. 1. Wood, of
Kingston, gave a paper on "Appendicitis in Children," ami remarked that
it Waa high time the medical profession woke up to Its duty and kept
abreast of the times scientifically.
There was, he Baid, an astonishing Ignorance among medical men concerning appendicitis. That it differentiated in adults and in children there was
no ground for doubt, ye: the prognosis and diagnosis of the average
practitioner wus the same for both
choldren and adults.
From delving into the subject Dr.
Wood ascertained that appendicitis
was 'en times greater among people
befoie the age of fifteen than it waa
between the ages of fifteen and
thirty. Dr. Wood was applauded tor
his thrusts at his own profession.
Dr. Aymot, analyst for the province, gave a paper on rabies in Ontario and outlined the cause and treatment of the disease. He mentioned
that Professor McKenzie, of the pathological department of diseases of
Toronto university, had many years
ago discovered the germ of rabies and
proved it to friends. Some years after this, Negri, the Italian pathologist,
discovered the same thing and the
dissemination of the knowledge of his
discovery gave his name to those
bodies which were always present in
cases of rabies, and were known as
Negri bodies.
WHOLE BLOCK GF LOTS
SELLS FOR BIG FIGURE
S.   Fader   Purchases   Desirable   Property on  Seventh  Avenue  From
Californian.
WARNING OF   REVOLUTION.
Although the real estate market is
somewhat quieter tiian it was a month
ago. there is still a healthy activity
in city property. A large deal was
put through yesterday, when S. Fad��r,
acting in trust for a local syndicate,
purchased a whole hlock at the corner of First street and Seventh avenue. This piece of land was owned
by Charles G. Dennett, of California.
and tlie price obtained by him for it
was in the neighborhood of $10,000
Another class of property which has
been sellim: well lately is seaside and
summer resort lots. White, Shiles &
company have been making a feature
of this class of property and have
disposed of many lots to residents
of New  Westminster.
WESTMINSTER LfALl
IN GIVING 10 art 01
Presbyterian Standard of
Contributions Exceeded
Only by this Presbytery.
RELEASE   DINIZULU.
Son of Famous Cetawayo Given Liberty and a Pension.
London, June 2.���Tlie new Botha
cabinet of United Africa yesterday
decided to release Dinizulu, son of the
famous Chief Cetawayo, who was
serving a term of four years' imprisonment in Natal for harboring rebels.
The cabinet give him a yearly allowance of $2,500 subject to his good behavior.
The London Radical morning newspapers sarcastically express the hope
that this act of clemency will not
incur Mr. Roosevelt's displeasure on
the score of sentimentality.
DISMASTED   CLIPPER
SHIP   IS  ABANDONED
COURTHOUSE ROMANCE
ENDS  IN   A   WEDDING
Walla Walla. June 2.���T. M. Mo-
Kinney, municipal and county justice,
was married this morning to Mrs. Mabel Sherman, a stenographer in the
superior court, as the result of a
courthouse romavo M> M( Kinney is
also department commander of thc
Spanish-American war veterans and
'���< .1 prominent F.Ik
Anonymous   Letter  to   Foreign   Lega-
tinos  in   Peking   Causes   Stir.
Peking, June  2.���There was a stir
in   tlie   diplomatic   quarter   today  en
' the receipt at the foreign legations of
'an anonymous circular letter in wliich
the  writer  declared  that  an   anti-dy-
'nasty revolution  was ahout to occur
and warned the diplomats not to take
si'     with the Manehu.
The   communication   was   prepared
in excellent literary style and abound-
! ed  in classical quotations.
Senat*   Ki'ls   Income   Tax.
Boston, June 2.���By a tie vote the
senate today killed the bill providing
for   a   general   state   tax   on   incomes
in excess of   .2.000
NATIONAL BURDEN TO BE
SHIFTED FROM POOR TOE ICH
Premier    Canalejas     Plans     Brilliant
Stroke of Statesmanship In Spain
by   Tax   Readjustment.
eMEW BILL DIETED TO      STEAM SHOVELS IBLE
FIGHT COLu STORAGE EVIL1      BECAUSE OF BIG SLIDE
Legitimate Concerns Will Be Protect-  Panama Canai Operations Ssuspended
t
ed, but Hoarders of Foodstuffs Will   '      When  Movement of Earth  Fills
Be   Severely   Dealt   With. Culebra Cut.
f will be
cross-pvamincd bv the
Prosecutor when the court  re
"s Bitting this morning. There
":d   many   witnesses  to  call
di fen
ee.
'INTER  WEATHER
HITS CALGARY IN  JUNE
1/n'V 2' ��� A snow storm,
, "'I yesterday at 5 p. m��� con-
untll nine thlB morning, from
B��j Inches of snow having
I-torn Calgary to Gleichen
llici Yl . !,vy snbwfall, and from
I 'V�� Medicine Hat snow and
I "Parted. Simlltar conditions
1       " and south,   Conditions are
hi hv �� snow   bo1nK  slowlv
A,.   '    "l0 sun, and  the soil ab-
��� -ui  moisture.    Great  enthus-
j,'(1 ;'"'* among tho farmers, to
'   s��ow is more welcome than
promlBP    ��  0veroft8t tonight, glv-
Rovpri more  raln   or  snow.
Ilmi-n     I',"'"1   "Serological   stiv-
he ���.,,!,���'' '"'"es the precipitation
f'l'h  ni  flf.rnly"follr h0UrB t0  be
l,,f,'      '"ty tons of moisture to
Madrid, June 2.���Premier Canalejas
is drafting a sort of Lloyd-George
budget for Spain, but the early introduction of which Into the cortes
he hopes fo allay popular discontent
Without antagonizing King Alfonso
and Ihe church.
llis idea is that he can accomplish
the former purpose by transferring
much of the weight of taxation from
the poor to the rich and that he will
avoid the latter danger hy refraining
from placing any burden at all upon
the   clerical   establishments.
Tlie general opinion among politicians is that this plan is impossible
of accomplishment, inasmuch as the
church owns more property than any
other single interest in Spain, while
the rich, more there than in any Othei
country on earth, lmve their capital
invested abroad so that Spanish tax
collectors cannot get at it.
The nation's ablest financiers take
the view, too, that Industrial conditions In Spain can never he materially benefitted so long ns clerical establishments are permitted, wholly unburdened by taxation, to compete with
private enterprise, which is taxed almost to death and despite the premier's efforts, must continue to be
so taxed for the raising of the necessary revenues so long as the church
does nothing toward contributing its
share. The church, however, Senor
Canalejas is convinced he cannot
touch, the priesthood, hacked hy the
king, being determined never to sanction the slightest move In this direction. ... ,
All that the premier can possibly
accomplish, according to the views ot
the hest. informed people In the coun-
trv. without so radical an overhauling
of the country's financial system as
probably to precipitate revolution, la
to check grafting In the public Ber-
vice, which Is probably the most coi-
nipt on earth outside of Russia. Could
he accomplish this, it Is agreed, considerably deerensed levies would
bring the government fully as much
us at present.
Washington, D. C, June 2.���Chairman lleuban made the announcement
at the meeting of the committee of
manufacturers today that a new draft
of a bill for the regulation of cold
storage would he reported to the sen-
senate as a substitute for the Lodge
bill, on which hearings have been
held The chairman said that if enacted it would "guarantee that the
people would get wholesome stored
food."
Ile said that the measure would
be drawn in such a manner as to protect the interests of the concerns
which are doing a legitimate storage
business, but that those which have
carried foods beyond the limits of
public safety would have to reorganize
their methods or take the consequences
Washington, June 2.���Members of
the army board are awaiting further
news of the latest reported slkle in
the Culebra cut. Tlie engineering operations in the Panama canal zone in
ithe vicinity of Culebra have threatened for many months and the reports so far received indicate that
ithe slide, which is gradual, has compelled cessation of operations.
According to advices, twelve steam
j shovels lie in enforced idleness. It
; is also reported that 500,000 cubic
: yards of earth fell from theCucuracha
slide and filled the bottom of the cut
; for a distance of 900 feet across to
'the foot of the opposite bank.
The semi-landslide ls said to have
'torn up tracks and demolished work-
sheds,    It  will take several  weeks to
clear  up  tlie debris.
Englishman Flies From Dover
To Calais and Back in 90 Minutes
Dover. June 2.���Captain Charles S.
Rolls, an English aviator, today flew
from here to Sanganette, France, and
returned without stopping, across the
English channel.
This is an unprecedented feat.
Louis Rleriot and Count De Lesseps
crossed the channel from France to
England, but never before has a continuous flight between England and
France and return been made.
Tlie weather was perfect. The progress ot the aviator was watched with
the aid of glasses until he was within
two miles of tho French coast, when
the areoplane vanished. After circling the cliffs of Sanganette Rolls
headed straight to sea nnd made tho
return at a rapid pace.
Three torpedo boats, which had
been strung across the channel In
anticipation of the flight, started simultaneously with the bird-man when
ho set out for France but though the
boats were driven at full speed they
! were soon overhauled and passed by
I the aviator. ,,    ,
The Hon. Charles Stewart Rolls Is
la captain  In   the  London   section  of
tlie army motor reserve. Ile used a
Wright biplane in crossing the English channel twice this evening without alighting, making the round trin
between Dover and Calais in ninety
minutes.
The distance across between the
points named is twenty-one miles, so
that his over-water flight of forty-
two miles without a slop establishes
a new record.
Captain Rolls left Dover at 6:30
o'clock, the atmospheric conditions being excellent. After describing a number of evolutions be continued to thc
French Rhore, while torpedo boats
were sent as a bodyguard, but he soon
outdistanced these.
The crowd which watched the start
confidently awaited the return, and
lt was not. long before the speck wliich
those who had telescopes saw disappear from the coast leappeared, growing  larger  every   minute.
As he gracefully soared to the landing place made famous hy Bleiiot he
was given a great ovation. He alighted at eight o'clock at almost the same
spot as Blerlot. showing little signs
of the strain of his magnificent flight
Victoria, June 2.���News was brought
by the steamer Manuka, which
reached port yesterday, of the abandonment of the old clipper Locli Katrine, dismasted April 27 in a gale
off the Australian coast, and of the
long battle with wind and waves of
a boat's crew of seven men who volunteered to endeavor to reach land.
They drifted for nine df.ys. suffering greatly from cold and exposure.
When exhausted they were picked up
by the Swedish steamer Tasmania,
from Sydney for South Africa. After
the vessel was dismasted four days
were fruitlessly spent in endeavoring
to make a jury rig, and Captain Martin then called for volunteers to mako
the seemingly hopeless effort to reach
lanxl and get assistance. All hands
volunteered ancl six were selected.
This was the boat picked up after
its thrilling voyage hy the Tasmania,
and the tug Heroic was despatched
to search for the dismasted ship, with
the thirteen remaining on hoard. She
had not been located when the ste inter sailed.
The    Presbytery    of    Westminster
holds  the  proud  distinction  of  being
the only one in tlie whole Dominion
of Canada to have amond Its adherents
Isupporters sufficiently liberal to reach
tlie    standard    of    contributions    per
member set by the general assembly
i last year, this being fixed at flve dollars.    This city not only reached this
I standard, but also distanced it by fifty-
six   cents.    Tlie   splendid  showing  i^
j better indicated by a comparison with
the contributions of other cities. Halifax,  which  comes second in  tlie  list,
is $2.21! behind Westminster, while a.
large number of other cities are apparently so low down in the scale that
their   contributions   are   not   included
in the list in the following Associated
Press despatch:
Halifax, N. S., June 2.���-The first
hour of this morning's general assembly was given to motions. Rev. D.
Bennett, Dr. J. B. Calkins and Judge?
Forbes were appointed a committee to
deal with these. A letter was read
from Dr. Du Vai, of Knox church, Winnipeg, who is detained by sickness.
Financial   Increase.
The report on finances showed that
congregations had paid in salaries
$1,410,101, an increase of $65,513, and
for mission purposes $811.53(5, an increase of $100,000. The total amount
raised for all purposes was $4,078,30-1.
an   increase of  $330,823.
Westminster in Advance.
The standard of five dollars per
member of the church had been
reached by only one presbytery, that
of Westminster, which gave $5.5(1.
Halifax with $3.23 stood second: Montreal third with $3.10, and Toronto
fourth with $2.80.
Westminster also led in giving per
family, with $8.38. Toronto came next
with $6.58 and Montreal third with
$6.37.
Applications from presbyteries to>
receive ministers from other churches
were referred to a special committee
to consider and report on.
Rev. Dr.  Somerville, of the statistics   committee,   spoke   of   the   delinquent presbytery clerks who failed to
[report    Indebtedness    in    regard    to
finances and members.
ROOSEVELT,   PEACEMAKER.
DEVASTATING CYCIONE
VISITS LOYALTY GROUP
Coasters    Are    Wrecked    and    Many
Lives Are  Lost  in  Islands of
the  South  Seas.
United  States  Plans Travelling  Committee  on   International   Peace.
Washington. I). C, June 2.���Former
President Roosevelt is expected to
head a peace committee provided fot"
in a resolution which was favorably
acted upon hy the house committee on
foreign affairs today. President Taft
lias indicated, it is said, that he wou-ld
appoint his predecessor as chairman
of the committee in the event it was-,
created bv congress.
The committee would be directed to-
visit the capitals In all foreign countries in the interest or securing th*
limitation of armaments of natious
and of preserving international peace.
Both houses of congress are expected to act favorably upon tho resolution.
HOSPITAL  AFLAME;
PATIENTS TERRIFIED-"
Victoria, June 2.���Related news of
a cyclone which devastated the Loyalty group in March was received by
tlie steamer Manuka yesterday. The
report says all the houses were demolished cocoanut and banana trees
and other  vegetation  swept.
The devastation was enormous and
the natives, without food, were s'cep-
ing in caves. Many lives were lOBt,
The coasters Pt nla and Warralow
were dashed to pieces oa the rocks
and another coaster was lifted high
on shore, but ono man Of its crew
escaping. Mr. Robertson, owner of
the coaster Arthur, who arrived at
FIJI with the news, said that his
vessel was wreck, d on Isle Lefon :.n:l
quickly broke up.
All escaped by swimming except
one Kanaka. Preparations were being
made to assist, (ho distressed Loyalty
Islanders and the French magistrates
at Iloumea have bought several
schooner loads of rice to relieve the
starvation.
Everett, June -'��� Tl-e patients of
the Everett bos'rital were terror-
stricken this afternoon when, with a
heavy wind blowing, fire broke out In
the roof of the hospital building.
Prompt action on the part of the fire
department and the residents of Cup
neighborhood prevented damage further than the burning of the roof and
tiie flooding of the upper floor. The
hospital was filled with a number of
Invalids, but it was not necessary txx
remove any of the inmates.
EXPERTS WILL SCOUR
OUEBEC   FOR   MINERALS
FARM WORK BACKWARD.
Except in Pacific Northwest Crop Conditions Are Poor.
Washington, June 2.���Unfavorable
for corn, too cool and dry for spi ing
wheat and generally favorable for cotton was the weather for the past
week, according to the national weekly weather bulletin, Issued yesterday.
It says:
The weather of the week, as a
whole, was unfavorable over the great
corn growing states helm: generally
loo cool for the hest development of
that cereal.
Farm work is much delayed end
the season generally backward, Over
the spring wheat growing states the
weather was too cool and dry. especially over the more eastern portions.
West of the Rockies the weather
was favorable in most districts.. Ootid
showers occurred ln Washington and
Oregon, but rain ls needed in Southern Idaho and it Is becoming very dry
ln portions of New Mexico. A: izona
and Utah
Ottawa, June 2.���The province of
Quebec is awakening to the importance of the mineral wealth which.!
lies latent beneath her fastnesses
'way up north.
A. M. Bateman, B.Sc, mining engineer, of Kingston, is in the city today. He will be Joined in a day or
two by Professor J. C. Gwillini, professor of mining, engineer of applied
science at Queen's university, and together they will leave for Northern!
Quebec, where they will spend the
summer.
They have been commissioned by
the mines department of the Quebec-
government to make a prospecting
tour through the northern part of the
province and to make a report in the
autumn upon the niineralogieal and
geological formations generally. Of
course, if any Cobalts or Eldorados.
are encountered, they wlll be reported upon too.
The project Is in accord with the
policy of Hon. Charles R. Devlin, minister of mines in the Quebec government, who was convinced of the mineral wealth of the northern part of
tlie province by recent finds along-
the route of- the National Transcontinental railway. One of the largest
and most valuable discoveries or
molybdenite in tlie world was made-
along the railway route a few months
ago.
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY.   jUNE  j
Classified Advertisements H
WANTED.
W A N T E O���A SMART YOUTH
about seventeen to learn business.
Apply Gaskell, Odium & Stabler,
Ltd.,  649 Columbia street.
WANTI
shop.
D���STANDBY FOR  BOILER-
Apply Vulcan Iron Works.
Model Bakery
H. C. IVIark & Sons
Cor. Fourth Ave. and Second St.
Manufacturers of the bread
that is making New Westminster famous. Also choice cakes,
cookies and candies. Our obliging drivers will be more than
pleased to call.    Phone 435.
! PRODUCING PEAI
Good Opportunities r
AT $1.75 PER ION
IVANTED���WAITER OR WAITRESS.
Apply J. this office.	
WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOUSE-
kc. ping rooms. Apply Box B. News
office.
Government Plant at Alfred
Working with Entire Satis-
I faction.
BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
We Can  Deliver the  Properties.
Rooms 5 nnd 6, Merchants Bank Bldg.
Corner  Columbia  nnd  Begbie  Streets.
New Westminster B. C���Phone 636.
Our Exclusive Properties Too Long tc
Advertise.
WANTED���THREE BOYS FOR THE
Beaver Cigar Factory.
WANTED���YOUNG LADY AS STEN-
ographer   and   for   general   office
work.   Apply P. O. Box 219.
WANTED���TROUSER MAKER. AP-
ply .1. X. Aitchlson, 711 Columbia
street. 	
WANTED���SASH   AND   DOOR    MA-
chine  men.    Apply  Walsh   Sash   &
Door company, Xew Westminster.
:   WITH
Kelllng- j
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'jes for Ladles from .12/5
ap.
Silver Watches,    gents'    open face
J6.00.
Sliver   Watches,   gents'   open
(7.50  up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and
WatcheB.
Watch repairing a specialty.
case
Elgin
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
WANTED���GIRL  TO ASSIS
house work.    Apply. A.  E.
ton. 501  Queen's avenue.
WANTKD���TO    EXCHANGE    35  1-2
acres of good laud at   Lincoln sta-,
tion, Langley. for Westminster city
property.    Value $3000. Apply B. C
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone  695
or leave orders at
The  Arrow  Press
Ottawa. June 2.���The government
peat plant at Alfred Ont., is now in
operation. It demonstrates the possi
blllties of the peat bogs with which
the whole of Canada abounds, and especially the province of Ontario.
On May 16, ii was first operated.
and since then has been going in full
swing. Mr. Anrep, jr.. is in charge of
the plant. He is a son of A. Anrep,
sr., of Sweden, the inventor of tne
| Anrep plant, one of which is in operation at tli-> Alfred bog.
The p< il   bogs  cover an extent of
1 "00 acre-., and have a depth of about
10 feet.   The quality of peat Improves
with the depth.   Tlie government peal
hint is situated about two miles wesl
of Alfred station, and can be seen i,
passengers on  a  C.P.R.  train  passim
thai  place.
The peat machine or pulper is operated  as  follows:   A   long  trench,    l;i
Properties In���
NEW WESTMINSTER, BURNABY SAPPERTON, LULU ISLAND, SURREY, LANGLEY, CHILLIWACK, Sl'MAS. VANCOUVER,
NORTH AND SOUTH VANCOUVER.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank    Bldg.
Phone  646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
CITY���New 5-roomed house on Thirteenth street. Price $2,000; terms
fab cash, balance ?20 per montli.
SAPPERTON���6-foomed house; ele
gant view; full Blzed lot. Price
$2,400; terms $400 cash, balance $25
per month. 	
A Drive
in Dinner Sets
25 per cent, off
several lines for
this wi     only
FRlDA
.mf-t
Wiitt
or Come and  See
ticulars.
for Par-
BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
We Can  Deliver the  Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldg
Corner  Columbia  and   Begbie   Streets
New Westminster B. C.���Phone 686.
CITY���Modern house and large barn
on Fourth stieet. Rented for $30
per month. Price $3700; terms
$1,000 cash. 	
CUY���8 roomed house and fully modern on Fourth avenue. Size of lot
la 80x146 feet. Price $4,800; one
fifth cash, balance easy.
CUY���Lot 3 in blocks 6 and 7, S. B.
u. on Seventh avenue. Price $650;
easy terms.
THE
665���-Columbia SlreeUjfl
New Westminster, B.C
KELLINGTON BROS.
Cor.ier Columbia  and   Begbie   Streets.
Phone 630.
Securities,   Ltd.,     Dominion    Trust   near The L)aiiy Xews Co., 609 Victoria < feet wi<ie. is cut in the peat with an
Offices, Columbia street, New West
minster.
Street.
WANTED���MEN AND HOYS TO
work in can factory as helpers. Apply between 7 and It a.m. Cliff &
Sons.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
WANTKD���A  GIRL  FOU  GENERAL
housework   and   plain   cooking.   Apply  125  Third  avenue.
Preliminary    Notice     to    Contractors.
Tenders for Laying New Water
Main.
Tenders are required for tlie laying
average  depth  of  S   feet,  and in   this South     Westminster���'4     acre    view
the pulper is placed.    A carrier con- lots   on   car    line   at   Brownslvlle,
veys the peat as it is dug from the Price $250 per lot;   !4cash, balance
trench to a hopper.   A 600 foor circu- easy.    If y(.u want a home, secure
lar track in the centre of the hog fur- une at once, as they are the cheap-
nishes a right of way for R peat  carriers, each of which has a capacity of
7  tons.
As each car passes hy the pulper thc
est and nearest  lots on the market,
FOR   SALE.
FOU SALE���TEN LOTS IN SAPPER-1 talned  from  the City  Engineer,  City-
ton-   cleared  and  fenced;   close to   Hall, by the sixth of June, 1910.
car'line     Onlv for sale within tin | W. A.  DUNCAN", City Clerk
and jointing of about fourteen miles! ground peat is dropped from the hop
of -5-inch rivetted steel water main j per. Tlie motive power is produced
ancl ahout 7,780 feet of U'-inch and by about 4 tons of peat fui 1 per day.
7,."mi feet of 13-inch lap-welded pipe, j and thus costs practically nothing to
Plans   and   specifications   can   be   ob-  operate
550 FEET of the best waterfront on
the Fraser; 21^4 acres of Improved
Delta land. There arc two good
houses on tiiis property; terms.
This property can he bought for less
than $20 per front toot.
BURNABY���Two lots close to store
and tramline. Price $250 each;
terms 14 cash ancl  .10 per montli.
LANGLEY���80 acres N. ( '- of S. E.
i, ()r Sec. 10, Tp. 10; Bome clearing. Price $36 per acre; tern i
$1,300 cash, balance I, 2 and ::
years. ^	
SURREY���Surrey waterfront snap.
10 acres close in. Price $250 per
acre.   Terms.
^v^lsonT COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank    Bldg.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
Bank of ivlontrej
ESTADLl ::
CAPITAL
RESERVE
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CRAIG REALTY CO.
Room 8, Thompson Block.
Phone  629.
Branches thro
Newfoundland,  at
land. New York, I  .
U.S.A.,  and   Mexico t
hanking     buslnes
tera of Credll le   .������
correspondents ia
world.
Savings Bank I - ���
reci Ived  In  a ..
and interest allowi
annum   I pre enl   t
Total  Assets e.
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next   thirty   clays.     Address  A.   H.
Tupper, Cunningham Hall, Sixth St.
City. Hall, New Westminster, May
1910.
FOR SALE���REFRIGERATOR. COST |   -
$20.    Nearly   new.    Just  the  thing j ADVERTISE  IN THE DAILY NEWS
for keeping your food in during tlie  ______________m______.
hot weather. Can be seen at 233
Eleventh street, corner Third avenue.    No reasonable offer refused.
what is known as a field press. This
press spreads the peat upon the
3, ground in long parallel rows, and it!
is then shaped into hrieks hy means j
of a three-knived instrument, after
Which it is left to dry In the sun and
air for three or four weeks when it. is
Mgjgi I stored ready for transportation.
^^mmmmmmm. '' T'P     V^t     PUlpiT     is     moved .llOPg
������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������?! every 3 or   1 hours;   the press three
times   a  day.   and   the   tracks   alon .
The peat is taken in the carriers to   Lulu   Island���Twenty   or   Forty   acres I Representing:      The   Ocean   Accident
FOR SALE ��� BEAUTIFUL HOUSE
and lot. Six rooms. At Sapperton.
A snap, as owner must leave city
at once. 5300 cash; $25 a month;
includes interest. Call at 312 Hospital street.    No agents.
I Real Estate
FOR    SALE���GOOD    WORK    TEAM
(2,800 lbs.). Sound.   Also wagon and
harness  (new).    Apply A. N. Mac-,
kav, Burnaby  Lake P. O., B. C.
FOU SALE ��� MAGOON STRAW-;
berry runners. Specially grown |
from young plants. Four dollars!
per thousand. L. Claude Hill, Bur- j
nahy  Lake, P. O.
VS.
Mortgages   x
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. Apply SIR. Milton Btreet
FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT���
Apply A. H. Fet - ts m, Pythian Hall
Building.
TO   LET ��� UNFURNISHED   THREE
rooms;   electric   light.     Apply   233
Eleventh street or 74*; Columbia St.
FOU RENT���ROOMS FOU ONE OU
two gentlemen.    Apply  205 Carnarvon street.
TO  RENT���UNFURNISHED    ROOM,
Apply corner Royal avenue and Seventh street
TO   RENT.
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which the cable pulls the peat carriers are moved ahout. twice a month
when that part of the bog is exhausted.
The average production of tne plant
is about 2o tons per day. The staff
consists of 14 men and two boys.
Peat can be produced in thi. way
at a cost of $1.75 or $1.*0 per ton,
which shows what a tremendous sav-
ing there is when it is known that
1 4-5 tons of peal equal a ton of anthracite.
on tlie North Arm road. Price only
$250 an acre. Tlie land around this
has been subdivided, ancl is selling
at double the price. This is your
last chance to secure land along the
proposed tram line at this figure.
Terms easy.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
and Guarantee Corp.. Ltd.; The
Property Insurance Co., Ltd., Lon
don,   Eng.;   English   Lloyds.
Ten acres of the best fruit land; L.&
acres cleared; 2 acres slashed, bin lied and logged off; 3 roomed house,
barn, poultry rims; small fruits.
Front ing on Scott road and close
to car.    Only  $2,000, on terms.
ROYAL CITY REALTY CO.
750  Columbia   Street
A   SNAP���Eight   lots,  all   cleared,  be-'
tween Second and Third streets, for |
$325 each;    will    s> 11   singly;   one-
fourth cash, balance six, twelve and
eighteen   months.    Call   up   phone
433.
Five acres on Scott road; good garden, house, well, etc; three quarters of a mile from ear. This Is good
at $1300;  terms.
Accidents will   happen. Are you pre
I pared  to  meet  doctors' bills?     Let   us
tell  you about accident insurance.
NEW   WESTMINSTER BRAS
a. D. Bn
Mineral Waters
Aerated Wat
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY]
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. M
'elephone 13. Office. ElftQ
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Room  8,  Thompson   Block.
Phone 629.
NEWFOUNDLAND  PULP
AND   PAPER   SUCCESS
TO    CONTRACTORS.
TO RENT���10 ACRES OF CLEARED IX
land, good house, larre barn, pack-! ���
ing house, stable, chicken run, 200: J
bearing fruit, tiees; on good road | X
close to trail line; 0 miles from ���
city. Apply to Wilson, Cook & Co..' X
Northern  Crown Dank Building.       j *
TO   RENT���AN   8-ROOMED  HOUSE  f
on Seventh avenue.    Apply Wilson   *
&    Cook,
building.
Northern    Crown    Hank
LOST.
LOST���AT     QUEEN'S     PARK     ON
Thursday    night,    a    square    gold
locket,   with   the   initials   H.   F.   u '
Finder please return to Dally News '
office.
 1
LOST���THURSDAY    EVENING    OX
Fifth    avenue,    Fourth    street    or:
Third avenue, Japanese worked tea
>cloth.    Finder please return to this
office,
LOST���POCK FT HOOK CONTAIN-;
ing sum of money and valuable
papers. Name on pocket book, S.
N. Lupton. Finder please return
tn Kelly. Douglas & Co., Front
street  and  obtain   reward.
LOST���On Columbia street between j
Alexander and Sixth streets, silver;
brooch trimmed with gold. Finder
return to the City Paint Shop, 37 ;
Alexandra street, and receive re-1
ward.
BUILDERS     AND     CONTRACTORS.
Some of our shrewd clients
are beginning to feel that outside property is now nearly
as high as it is worth. They say
that   the   old   stock   exchange   a
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axiom is good which says "Sell   J
when everyone wants them; ���
buy when no one wants them." ���
They have figured out that they
have done pretty well by real
estate snd are now buying
mortgage*. They say that seven
to eight per cent, is good for
such hiph class, gilt edged security���in fact there Is no security better than a mortgage
on improved renl estate which
has withstood all the scrutiny
given morgages which passes
through our hands. They feel
that with such mortgages
they can sl**p pretty comfortably���no anxiety as to a possible drop in value.
If real estate lms done well
for you, or if you are for any
reason looking for the greatest security in investment, it
will pay you to see ti3 and
talk over the matter. Our
knowledge Is at your disposal
without charge. Years of experience and study of financial
matters of all kinds fit us to
speak with some degree of authority. I j '���'{"' I
ROYAL CITY REALTY CO.
750  Columbia   Street
Montreal. June 2.���Harrington Hooper, who has hern making a tour of
Canada and Newfoundland as special
correspondent for the London Daily
Mail, arrived in Montreal on his way
home, lie had come direct from New.
* . foundland, ancl was enthusiastic over
the success attending Lord North-
cliffe's enterprise ln that colony in
the establishment of big pulp and
paper making works.
"Despite the dismal prognostications UNI0N LODGE. No. 9
of failure made by jealous New York
papers," said Mr. Hooper, "tlie scheme
is proving an unqualified success, and
the Harmsworth publications are ensured of a paper supply for all time.
It ls only three years since the scheme
began to be realized, and yet all the
paper now used in the printing of the
Daily Mail is being manufactured at
this plant. Resides that huge quantities of pulp are being exported to
other paper mills, and experiments are
now In progress with a view to mak-
HERE   IT   IS���Ten   acres   in   Surrey,'
near tramline;   all cleared;   line alluvial soil;  under cultivation.    Price'    Tcnder(, wlll ho received until noon
li'oii  per  acre;   .Tfio  cash, balance  0f Saturday, June 11. for certain alter-
one. two and three years.    Call up  ,ltionR  .1IK,' ad(iitions to the   Bank  of
phone 433. Montreal.     Plans   and   specifications
may   be  had   from  the accountant   In
the bank.
GRANT  &   HENDERSON,
Fronting Yale road, jl
cash, balance to arrang
Enquire at
S. O. PAUL51N
TimbcrlandP.il
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Architects.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
A. F. A.- A.
M.���The regular meeting of this
Lodge is held on the first Wednesday in each month, at 8 o'clock pm.'
in the Masonle Temple. Dr. W. A.
DeWolf Smith, secretary.
KING SOLOMON LODGE, No. 17,
A. F. �� A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge arc held *n the
second Tuesday in each month la
the Vasonic Temple at 8 p. m. P-
Broad, secretary.
ing the finer quality paper used for  _   0   L<(  Na   11M.-Meets    in    the
the magazines of the Harmsworth publications.
"There is a population of between
four and flve thousand people now en-
i gaged at these work* at Grand Falls,
| Newfoundland. Lord Northcllffe has
Ibuilt up a model town and a harbor of ;ROTAL ORANQB LODOE, K*> 1MI.
K. of P. building, corner of Agnei
and Eighth streets, on the first sad
third Fridays of each naoath. Hesry
Deaaett, W. II., 1*11 J. lfftthlson,
secretary.
his  own,  and   now   runs four  ste.im-
| ships    hetween    Newfoundland    and
I England,   giving   a   weekly     B^rylcc.
All his workmen are enthusiastic and
��� lnval to him, for he had done everything possible to make them comfortable and prosperous.    He endowed a
; public  utilities fund  for the town of
Grand  Falls   with   $10,000.    Then   he
j established a co-operatlvo store, and
various other enterprises, all the profit of which goes to this fund, which
Is used for such purposes as they may
decide  on,  such   as   providing  parks,
recreation    grounds,    and    numerous
other things of public henefit.    Since
the fund was started it has grown to
$40,000."
Meets ln K. of P. buttling, comer
Agaes and Eighth streets, Irst aaa
third Wednesdays of each month
at I p. m. Lslgh Netherby. W. M ;
W. Scott Phlpps, reeordtag secretary; J. lfacL*an. laanriai secretary.
CANADIAN     ORDER,    W.    O.     W.,
Camp -No. 53, meets In the old L
o. O. F. ball. I). S. Curtis, <'<>n
Commander;  F. O. Canfleld, clerk.
NATIVE SONS OF B. C, Post No. 4
���Meeta every third Thursday of the
month In K. of P. hall. U J. Phil-
lips, chief factor, Angus McCol.,
secretary.
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t WOOD  WORK, ANDl
I REPAIRING  OF All]
KINDS
- Done At-
I. O. O. F��� Royal City Lodg* No. 1���
The regular meetings at this lodge
ai-e held in new Odd Fellows' Hall,
Eighth street, eorn��r of CarnarTon
street, every Friday ermlng at 8
o'ciock. H. J. Lee, N. G.; W. H.
Orr, recording secretary.
Sealed tenders will  he received hv !
tbe undersigned up to noon, June 10,
Vfor the erection of a tramway station
and office building at New Westminster.
Specifications can be secured at office of Maclure & Fox, architects,
Winch  building,  Vancouver.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted. ,
Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd.
T.   R.   PEARSON,
Manager   N.  W.   Branch.
PUGSLEY  VIEWS  HARBOR.
���.fe CLECTRIC RAILWAV CO., LD    ***************************
Says  Dominion  Government  Will  Aid
in   Making   Improvements.
Toronto, June 2.���Hon. William Pug-
sley, federal minister of public works,
and a party of government and civic
officials  and  invited   guests,   recently
toured  Toronto  harbor in  thc  stoam
yacht Clngalee.   stops were made at
< ���ithe new breakwater off the Island, the
new wharf at the eastern gap, the R.
C. Y. C. clubhouse and the Poison Iron
Works, where the hulls of two new
dredges were Been.
. At luncheon  later at the    Ontario
club,  Mr.  Pugsley  said he  had  been
| greatly   impressed   with  the    harbor.
i which ho had now seen for the first
I time.
I    "1   can  plainly   see   the   wonderful
,pos.slbilitio3   for   development,   ahead
i of you,"  he  said.    Asked  what    the
*} government, would do toward  Improving Ashbrldge's Day, hc said the city
had made no overtures.
"We are certainly prepared to consider seriously any project, of Improvement which may be laid before
us," he added.
1. O. O. F., Amity Lodge No. 27���
Tho regular meetings of this lodge
arc held ln Odd Fellow* hall,
cor. Carnarvon and Eighth Rtewts,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
J. Ferguson, N. G.; W. C. Coatham,
P. G., recording secretary; R. A.
Moore,  financial  secretary.
ROSE OF COLUMBIA LODOB NO.
111. S. O. E. D. S.���Meets every eec-
o*4 and fourth Wednesday eTsniug
Il the K. ef P. hall. P. h. Hrown.
president;   H. Dlsasy, secretary.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLKB.
Aerls No. IS���Me*ts *T��ry Tuesday
eTsslag at t p m ia th. Eag.es'
hall. Colawbta street. il. ���'bo
Bell. B*er��tary.
ORAN1T1 LODGE NO. 1��, K. OF P.��� j
Maets evsry  Thursday  at  8  p. tn.
la His K. *t r. hall.   w. T. Cook*
\T. C. C;   A.  MeDoaaJd, K. of H.
tal ��.
SONS OF fCOTLAND lENEriT AS-
BOCUTION,    Lord    of   th*    I*l��s j
('amp   181���Me^ts   on   tho   second
anl    fourth     Ti**layB    of    *very
moith In K. of P. ball.    Chl*f. A. :
Halcrow;  J. J. Forrester, recording
secretary.
Benson &
At Dick Benson's Old Stan!
8th St., Next to Fashion Lt<nl
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COURT BRUNETTE, No. 409'J. I. O.
F.���Meeta the fourth Friday ia the
month at S o'ciock in thr small
hall, Odd Fellows'block. J. B. Rush
ton, G. R.; F. B. Maiwell, recording
secretary.
HARMONY ENCAMPMENT, No. 2,
I. O. O. F.���Meets every second
and fourth Wednesday of the
month in I. O. O. F. hall. George
Adams, grand patriarch; E. L. Web
ber, scribe.
I. O. O. F., Beulah Rebekah lodge
No. 5���Thc regular meetings of
this lodge are h^M is n-w Odd
Fehows' hall, Eighth street, corner of Carnarvon street, ev��ry first
and third Thursday of each month
at 8 o'clock. Mrs. May Matheson,
N. G.; Miss M. D. Johnston, secretary.
A. O. U. W., Fraser Lolg- No, 3���
Meetings the flrst and third Tuesdays ln each month. Lodge room,
A. O. U. W. hall, 0:1,1 Fellows'
.block, Clarkson street. ('. Q. C
jrlgnn. recorder, George Salt, V ���
Jer workman.
ROYAL TEMPLARS OF 'I EMPER-
ANCE���Meet every Thursday at 8
o'edock p. m. ln Odd Fellows' ball,
Columbia street. Se.pct Councillor,
W. F. Haggman; recording secretary, George  Burr.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL
128.1 ��� Meets second and fourth
Mondays at 8 p. m. ln St. Patrick's
hall.
A. O. F.���Court Royal Columbln No.
8808, meets ln Knights of Pythias
hall on tbe first and third Fridays
of each month at 7:.0 p. m Visiting brethren welcome. J. J. Randolph, secretary.
The Oliver Typewriter Agency at
74fi Columbia street Is being constantly asked for stenographers. You
can learn tho Oliver at home. Seventeen cents a day pays for It. See Helton E. Sands unci ask him to tell you
all about lt. **
Ready
Monei
A  GOOD    FRIEND
ALWAVfl
If you deposit your tnonejj
safety In The Bank of   <
It wiil be safe while you ��
lt, and reaclv when >'"U neeu
and It will be 	
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J. Oracey, |FB|DAY,  JUNE   3,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
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TO AID INJURED MAN
Trenton, NJ., June 2.���In tho wreck
of a freight train on tho Heading railroad, In tlie outskirts of the city,
Thomas King, a freight handler of
this city, was seriously Injured and
���John McMuiray, a railroader, of Philadelphia, was slightly hint.
Spreading rails permitted a switch-'
Ing locomotive.to run off the embank-
iin-iii  and  turn  turtle,  and  both  King
and Murray were held fast, the former
latter  by  ono t
MANUFACTURES QUAKES
TO STUDY SEISMOGRAPH
To   Assist   Calculations,   St.   Boniface
Scientist Sets  Off  Blasts  Near
Observatory.
RUSSIAN   REVOLUTIONISTS.
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.   MADE 01CLT BT
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
S*m*******t
nuclei-  the engine,  tin:
fool.
it  required  two  hours  to
King.    While workmen strove frantic
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Brackman-Ker  wharf al  '���'>  P.   M,  daily  except Saturday,  and
inlay  for  Steveston  and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
al   li.  C.  E.  K. ticket office and on board ste,.mer.   Elec-
s leave Steveston every hour (on the half-hour) for Vancou-
See tbe Famous  Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc.
ip tickets to Steveston, Saturday  afternoons, $1.
Winnipeg, June .���An interesting
i experiment wns performed tlie other
' ",; ��� day by Uev. Father Blain, S.J., at
St. Boniface college, in connection
ally to extricate Mm, Dr. Raymond wiU, the Beismograph. The task of
Belbert, ol Philadelphia, and two flndlng th(. dlrectlon ln whicll an
nurses from McKinley hospital, Misses earthquake originated, with nothing
Devoe and lorry, crawled under the bul a thin wavy line on a piece of
locomotive amidst scalding steam aad   ������.���:.,., ,���,. guldance   is mi t,
bound up Kings wounds. Dr. Belbert easiest In the world. In fact it is
was severely burned, but ins action seldom fouhd accurately without corn-
saved the life of King, who was badly  parlng   tbe   rec0rder  In   detail   with
ecalded. those  from otlier  sources.
: Thinking,  however,  that   It   might
Accused Militiamen Will Be Tried by
Military Law.
Riga, Russia, June .���The important
trial of the so-called Frant/enburg
Center, the last big case connected
with the revolution of 1805-0 Involving
227 accused persons, wlll begin in
a few weeks before the military district.
The accused are charged with membership In the revolutionary militia
which attacked the sub-treasury at Ha-
zen Port, entered in operations against
Russian troops and committed many
outrages on local landowners. The
leaders wero shot by a punitive expedition whicli pacified the Baltic provinces, and eleven others were condemned by court-martial.
The present accused men constitute
the rank and file of the militia. There
are over 2(H) witnesses to be called.
jhrew CAN of BEANS |aid  him considerably in his calcula-
AT GERMAN CROWN PRINCE   tiow,  the  St.  Boniface  professor  de-
  Cl led  to arrange a  number of minia-
Berlln, June    .���There was a com-  ture artificial    earthquakes    in    the
j motion among the royal party return-  neighborhood of the college and watch
ing from the annual joint review- of  ";''  manoeuvres of the recording In-
Ithe  Berlin  and   I'ots'.latn  garrisons at   striiiiieni   whilst  the   shocks   were   in
the Temple of Field today  when    a progress,
man who had followed at a distance1    Accordingly,   small   holes   six   feel
I hurled a  missile    at    Crown    Prince   deep   were   bored   In   different   direc-
Frederick William, tions���S.,  S.S.W.,    N.E.  and N.W.���
The object, missed its mark and fell   eu(:' ;i1" :"  ::"" feet  from the college
EARL  GREY   RECEIVES
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every half hour thereafter until 11 p. in.
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half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
���ii   Fare:   Adults,  60(j;   Children   under  12,  36.,
mday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for Vancouver  at   8
and  ev.ry half hour thereafter until  11  p. m.
trB leave Vancouver for Westminster  at   8  a   m.,  9  a.   m.  and
half hour thereafter until 11:30  V-   to.
.inlay Excursion Hates:  Return fare, 50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouver
20 a. ni., 11:20 a. in. and 3:20 p.   in.    Freight cars  leave  Yan-
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CITY   AND   SAPPERTON    LINE.
City Limits Line���20 minute service from 0:15 a. in. to 11 p. m.
Sunday   Sorvice���Half   hourly between 8 a.  tn. and 11 p. m.
Sapperton Line���20 minute service, from 0:23 a. m. to 11:10 p.m.
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harmlessly at the feet of a policeman.
It was found to be an ordinary tin ran
and was filled witli uncooked beans.
Tlie  party   was  about   lo  enter   the
palace at the time and for a moment
it  was thought    a  bomb
thrown.
The police seized the assailant, who
proved to be a Russian named Eler-
weiss, a resident of this city. It is
thought he Is not responsible for his
action.
The Crown Prince represented the
Emperor at the review as tlie abscess
building.   In them was placed a quan
tity   ei  shreddlte,  an  explosive  substance, an equal portion in eacli hole.
The experimenl   was    so    conducted
tha:   the explosions would occur sep-
liad  been 'aratrly, witli enough interval between
j to the Uie professor time to examine
and take note of ihe effect, it being
mosl Important that the initial movement of Hie recording needles in each
case should be accurately ascertained.
The  experiment proved  an    entire
stii-i ess. revealing as well the accur-
ateness   of   tiie   instrument.     As    is
Ottawa, June 2.���Earl Grey, gover-
uor-general, yesterday received this
dispatch from Pretoria:
"The government of the Union of
South Africa highly appreciates Uncoil, ratulations of the Dominion of
Canada on the consummation of South
African I'nion and the people of South
Africa  expresses its great thanks."
White Sfar--Dominion
Canadian Service
f       NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Tenders will be received by the
undersigned for the construction ot
the first section of the Canadian
; Northern Pacific Railway from New
Westminster easterly for a distance
of sixty miles. Tenders to include
the grading, bridging, masonry, track.
laying, ballasting and erection of telegraph line.
Plans,    profiles   and    specifications,
may be seen and Tender Forms procured  at the  office of  T.  11.   White.
j Chief  Engineer.   Koom  15,  135  Hastings Stieet West, Vancouver.
Total work io be completed by June-
1. 1011. and tenders to be received
at our office. Toronto, not later than
June 15, 1010.
MACKENZIE, MANN & CO., LTD..
LANO  ACT.
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New   Westminster   Land   District.
District of New Westminster.
Take  notice     that     Simon     Henry
Clowes of Vancouver, B. C, occupa-
i tion, building inspector, intends to ap-
, ply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the S. E. point of a small island lying-,
'in channel between Granite island ami
Nelson island: thence northerly, westerly, southerly and easterly, along ths
-shore to the place of commencement.
containing 10 acres more or less.
SIMON HENRY CLOWFS,
A p!'licant.
Per JOHN' F.  BAGGS,
April 20, 1010. Agent-
LAN D ACTS.
on tlie Emperor's right wrist is still   known, there are two recording need-
troubling him. iles- f"10 ��f which is affected only by
' I shocks  along, the  direction south  to
 , 'north,   or   vice   versa,   the   other   by
HOLDS UP TWO MEN I &*��    3  alonS  ^ direction  east  to
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple   screw,   14,900  tons.
S.S.  MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,    14,900   tons,
largest   and   most   modern,
commodation  equal  to any cross
ing the Atlantic.
The
Ac
WITH   TICKET   PUNCH
Newburg, N.Y., June .���When the
house of Mrs. Edward Stevens, near
East Walden, was entered by burglars
a pocketbook containing .21 wns taken among other things. Abe Rubens,
a conductor of the Orange County
Traclion line, heard of tbe robbery
and saw two men in the roadside, who
answered thc description of tlie burglars.
Stopping his car, he jumped nnd,
flourishing liis ticket punch as a revolver, he ordered the men to hold up
their hands. Assisted by the motor-
man, Haslett, he searched the prisoners, finding $21 in their possession.
The prisoners were turned over to
the police and the money was given
to Mrs. Stevens, but she declined to
prefer a charge against the men and
thev were relieved.
I #>-v?*-i_X ._*>�����.��� ,;
With the placing on the market
of the Finest Sub-Division in the
City of New Westminster
Those conditions
were  eminently verified  even  in the!
case  of  the  artificial    quakes,    and i
hence,   though   it   may   not   be   alto-1
gether permissable to draw scientific
conclusions  regarding  natural   earthquakes from the effects produced by
artificial ones, yet it cannot be said
to be illogical, and since   the   effect
in each of the above cases bore out
the known   facts  concerning  the  of-
feci   of   natural   shocks,     conclusions
'may quite reasonably he drawn and
advantage gained from the results of
these experiments.
1 At any rate, the St. Boniface professor is highly satisfied with the
results and is quite confident that he
twill now be able to calculate with
much greater facility the direction in
which future earthquakes may originate. As a further conclusion from
his observations, he finds that the instrument is much better adapted to
the recording of distant earthquakes
than those occurring in close proximity to the seismograph.
The condition thus expressed: "the
greater the distance tlie smaller the
curvatures of the line traced by the
needles." was also strikingly verified
in the case of the artificial experiments: those tremors which had, for
instance, to pi'ss through almost the
whole length ot the building before
reaching the instrument resulted in a
much smaller record then those originating at a point almost directly opposite.
The magnitude of tlie curvatures
traced by the needles in the case of
these artificial experiments varied
from 1 1-2 to 5 milimetres (about one-
quarter of an inch). In each case,
however, the curvatures were clearly
defined, and this is one of the remarkable features of the instrument, that
no matter how great tlie distance,
other conditions bring" favorable, the
record, though scarcely visible perhaps to tlte naked eye. is nevertheless
clean-cut aud easy to examine with a
magnifying glass.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEU WESTMINSTER
VICTOR  A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6, Guichon Building.
Phone  681
New Westmister Land District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLennan, of Vancouver, British Columbia,
occupation contractor, intends to apply for permission to purchase the.
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of the island situate about four (I) chains from Timber limit No. 38733, thence northerly
and westerly and southerly and easterly around the shore at lo*v tide-
to place of commencement, containing
four  acres,  more   or  less.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.
J. F. BAGGS, Agent.
March 17, 1910.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625  Columbia  Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE. C. A. Cal.
And   at  603   Hastings   St.,  W.
Vancouver, B. C.       Phone 5925.
Re Lots number 14 and la, Bloctt
4, Xew Westminster suburbs.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of Title Number c,f>92 A. issue ti.'
in tlie name of Eusta.ce Alvauley Jenns
has heen filed in this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
tlie date of the first publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper published in thc-
City of Xew 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. Xew Westminster, B.C.. May 12, 1910.
NOTICE.
30 Lots on 1st street and 7th avenue at
prices ranging from $300 to $500, according
to location.
We need hardly point out to you the advantages to be gained in buying in what is the
finest part of the city.
Buy Now, and you will be making the
Best Investment you ever made
WOMAN OWNS VALUABLE
DISPLAY   OF   INDIAN  CURIOS
Calgary, June ..���Mrs. T. ,T. Fleet-
horn, of the Stony Indian reserve, Morley, has kindly consented to loan her
excellent collection of Indian curios
and bead work to the provincial exhibition.     It  has   taken   over   twenty
'. years of persistent effort to make such
a wonderful collection, wliich includes
practically every article an Indian
ever owned in wearing apparel, various Indian devices, Including the
most magnificent bead work ever
made. Some of the pieces have taken
over a year's hard work to complete,
land lt was only with much persuasion that the Indian1., were kept at tho
j task until completed. Travellers claim
that there Is not such a colletcion ln
| any museum in the world, and .10,000
,ils a conservative estimate of its vai-
I ue.    It  will  be displayed upstairs In
i the pavilllon, and will require forty
feet frontago.    A dummy Indian    and
j squaw will be dressed in most beau-
! tlful costume.
5. FADER
Phone 712
451 Columbia St.  -   New Westminster
WOULD CUT  POLICE
HEIGHT   A   HALF
INCH
New York, June .���Difficulty in
obtaining policemen measuring up to
physical requirements, even by advertising throughout the state, is ono of
the reasons for proposed amendments
to the rules and regulations of the
municipal civil service commission.
It Is proposed that (he minimum
height for the applicant seeking employment as a policeman be made five
I feet seven an! one-half Inches, Instead
of flve feet eight inches, and that the
| minimum weight he mad? 138 pounds
instead of 140 pounds.   It is proposed
| also   to   change  Ihe  ago   limit   from
j twenty-three to thirty years to twenty-
one to thirty years. Another amendment would extend the probation per
Iod for the policeman or fireman from
one month to six months.
Mayor Gaynor, It is understood, favors the changes.
Cloverdale
E.M. Carncross & Co
Real Estate
Insurance. Loans, Conveyancing
Notaries Public
Surrey Farm Lands a Specialty
Local Agents:
Cloverdale   Improvement  Co.,
Ltd., and F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
Cloverdale, B. C.     L. D. Phone.
The public is hereby notified that
neither the master nor owner of the-
four-masted barque Marlechen will bo
responsible for any debts contracted"
by anv member of the crew.
A. N. TOUNQVIST, Master.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver  Landings
The  New  Sternwh eeler
s. s. paystreak]
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given   on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   3S3
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with i
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. in.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. in.
First Class Passenger Accommodation-
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd..
New  Westminster.
NOTICE!
Until further notice this-
bank will be open
SATURDAY EVENINGS
from seven to nine o'clock.
Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminster*.
F. Shute, Mgr.
W. RICH
Teaming and Ex-
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
W OOD'   and Decorator8-
pressing.
DEALER IN
730   FOURTH   ST.
PHONE   R527
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Koom 0.  Westminster  Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence  Phone 133
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214 Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
B. C.
P.  O. Box 395
Phone 730���
McMurphy & Craig
Heating and  Plumbing
All   Jobbing   Promptly   Attended   To
Colonial Block
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Your Chickens  Lay.
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Lots
WANT   EMBARGO   RLM07ED
DISCOVERED.
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Attention   to   Canadian   Supply.
London,   Jane
1  <-. reason rr.ar. fiilij Dttcbborn is
willir,'/    rr,    r. fr-rf;<-    lar;ro��Sf:    games
2 ���Referring  to  an   Ti-l(.n ^ (, ,M enetigk to know
aaaoon     1 .-    of the National Feder-  bai  been  discovered.    He  baa Eton
.  of Trade Asportations on  Mon-  appointed    an    Inspector    of    Indian*
day that, owing to tlw decreased  ..;.-   l^r^   r'"   Vanconrer   [stand   and
*"i during the last, three lai  ���       mat
j.i/   of   toma-grown    and   Imported  be haa been gettta training for
1    tts, botchers and retailers of meat   the |ob    The lacrosse rr^n con   de
in  Kr.s'lar.'i  kUl  be compelled fo ad- rf';'- Ditchburn baa played them low
van-., prices, tbe prtoideat rt tbe or- Tbe[ ^A''\ toen paying bim, when be
���  to bave bf-en  parr Ins? with his
sanitation  says  the   trade  generally   oxn  ?/afl.  ,,     .  ,tion  ln the art  of
fa of   tbe  ortm in   that  tbe   English handling Indians.
meat,  snppl]       mid   be  coortderabljr 	
.rflieved   if   Canadian   storage   beef
wero allowed t.o come into the conn- Jockey  Killed.      ,
try.    There  Ih.   bowe er,  apparently Oraveaead,  S.  v., Juno 2.���Jockey
no chance of :. <��� removal of the em- '   ��� 1  l.-.r                 inter]             ilwart
barjio  against,   snch   rn^;if.    It   would Lad,   was   Instantly   killed   wben   bia
-require nn a.nt  of parliament to ad- mount, fell on t.he homestretch during
ailt i:. 1 ��� ��������� clo in-' i ��� e here today. '>.'_K_Ji
lr. Lot 10, S-ib. Block 12, between 8th and
10th Avenues, tc the east of 18th Street.
Free $350, one quarter cadi, 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.. ail cleared,
50x150. Price $800 each cash, or S1000 on
terms.
Lot Ton 11th St., Block 19, Sub. block 7.
Price $750 on terms.
Maple Ridge
120 acres of good land, close to Mission City
Price is $35 per acre. $1000 cash handles
this.   Balance on very easy terms.
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FRIDAY,  JUNE   3,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS
llMlilNG ROSY
IR SATURDAY'S GAME
, . Crowd Expected to
gee Chumps Play Con's
llobe Trotters.
,10rrow the champions of Canada
gain meet the strong Vancouver
In a battle for the leadership
British  Columbia  league, aud
;ll kiiotfoth  the  outcome.    Tho
i  Bellies have been practicing
are in better Bhape to meet
. i I ban they have been al any
j ear.   It it were not for tlie
,,i  Tom  Rennle, whose loss
indi ubti illy fell, the Salmon
would  go  Into  the   held   to-
. ��� i ong as  they  ever  were,
I is  only   have two  ex-
ill aw on and It has nol > <��� t
1, ,1   tt )ii>   shall   sit    on    the
tv ill be on  the Job In
1.1 there will no change
e  held.    Bill  Turnbull
; his old  position on the
i one of the others will
for the  big game are
nd  almost    a    record
Unary league game is
turn  out.    The   Vancou-
na have wised  to it  thai  they
i iin and aie prepared to
.   strong.    The   slightest
f them experiencing anything
hik'   spasm   of   satisfaction
them  forget their cares
1        -I.iy.   is   sutlicient   to   bring
i   this time,  even if It does
(cuts.
ircus   in   Vancouver   on   Sat-
ir i xpected to interfere with
ulance here.
ne wlll be advertised in Van-
I y    a    band    parading    the
j-     er Welsh has caused the con-
pticin of a seat on top of the press
lie has not Intimated who will
onored   with   a   seat  there,  but
supposed  that  It is for the ref-
w hen be has to take to the tall
When he gels safely to the
ind pulls the ladder up after him,
nan can touch him.
hundred   of   the   grand   stand
have   been   placed   on   sale   in
rouver.
[pen lias been built in the bleach-
for  the  Officials  of  tlie  club.    As
���sequence the field will be given
to the players while the game is
.regress���perhaps.
SCRAPS ADD INTEREST
TO INTERMEDIATE GAME
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ere Are A Pew Soaps I
We have for exclusive sale.lot   on   Regina  street,  between   First    *
and Becond stints, only J650; '_ cash-, balance In 6 and 12 months    ���
al   i   per cent.
SURREY
Sapperton   Defeated   by   West   Enders
in   Rough  Game  of  Lacrosse���
Score 5 to 2.
The Sapperton Intermediate team
went down to defeat lasl nighl in a
fast game of lacrosse with the Wesl
End team. Play was haul all
through and a couple of scraps livened up the proceedings. For a small
row with McKenzie in the last quarter, McPhadden, of the West End
team, was relieved fiom further participation in the game.
Dining the lasl hair of the game
the Bapperton men had all kinds of
chances bul .Munn in goal was in
better shape than he has been this
Beason and be effectually kept down
the Bcoring. The shooting of the
Bapperton home vas wild at critical
moments.
Wllkie and Murray played a line
game for the winners.
Billy Gilford refereed the game and
held  I hin. s  down  in  good  style.
The lineup:
West End���Goal, Munn; point,
Digby; coverpolnt, Galbralth; first defend-, Gregory; second defence,
Sangster; third defence, Battson; centre. Bartlett; third home, Wllkie;
second borne, Mills; first home, Sangster; outside home, McPhadden; inside   home,   Murray.
Sapperton���Goal, Stott; point,
Patchell; coverpolnt, Wilson Patchell; defence field, R. McKenzie, Carrol and Chambers; centre, K. McKenzie; home field, Archibald, Cherry an-l
Coutts; outside, Hume; inside, Martin; spares. McKee, Cormier and
House.
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Also 5-acre block in Bectlon   16, Block 5, Ninth Range 2 West al X
$1,100  per  acre.    Tei ins   % cash;   balance  In  6,  12 and   is  months ���
at 7 per cent. ���
See us for Columbia and Front slice! properties.   We have Borne o
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LACROSSE GAMES AFFECT
FINANCIAL CONDITIONS
Overpaid     Statist     Presents     Painful
Treatise    on  Cost    of  National
Game,   Based  on Averages.
BASEBALL
COAST LEAGUE,
ortland��� R. H.  l
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is Angeles���(11 In.)   R.   H.   E.   plaining.
The  average cost to  the    average
man to see ti-.- average lacrosse game
has been tl? i.ei out by our statistical
and   "hlgu   ccst   cf   living"   specialist.
The specltiist was given a large staff
and two weeks and told to go ahead
and  today  we  a - able to  place the
lesults of his labor before the public.
Tbe total may seem startling to anyone  who nas not  made a deep study
of the mnltor   bit we can assure our
readers ti-ti* la-thing here is exagger-
~ jilted and the calculations are guaranteed Bound.
:- I     The letters opi>osite the figures in-
0   dlcate   notes,   as   some   of   Hie items
~, are   slightly   complex  and   need   ex-
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National  League.
York���
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I ,    The cost of the game to tbe average
II spectator may be figured out as fol-
.ows:
1   Admission to grounds   $ .25
4  Admission to grand stand 50
| Peanuts     0B
R.   II.   E.
3     fi     ;< I
' Accident Insurance   2->
Cushion     13
.015
2.3(1
Damage to nerves (estimated)
_   ,. I Damage to voice (estimated)
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! Hat     (a) 3.50
'- Outing for wife   lb) 7.80
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o     ". IPlpe stem   (d)
1 Street   car   fare   	
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American   League.
St  Louis��� It
m   10
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II
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19
F.
Total    *'*���������'���'���
Taking  3!)fi3 people as tbe average
attendance  at   the  average   game  it
will be seen that the enormous sum
I  of   $61,585.02   ls   spent   by   the   spee-
t Cleveland ��� Clevel'and-WaVhtng   tatore.   of this IWrtM goes to the
��� postponed; rain.
Eastern  League.
r* Nswwk���
���wan
II.   B.
lacrosse clubs. $198.15 to the peanut
man nnd the rest Is distributed
among wItob, hatters, tobacconists
and   other   individuals   and     corpora-
1   tlons.
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it Buffalo���
ronto
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pry Clty
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Northwestern   League.
[At Spokane��� u. il.  E
Tittl.   ... o      r.      1
(a) This item is not for the spectator's hat, hut for one  belonging to
the man in front of him.    It has been
11.   II.   E. I calculated that the average man sitt-
Ti    H>     1  ing In front of an average man at an
9     2  average game ls slightly  bigger than
11.   E. I the man behind him on an average.
7     0 and so when the spectator  (we will
7     3  call  him X to avoid confusion)  gets
excited and steps on the hat  belong-
poKnne 	
Batteries���Zackert "and
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A<  \ iincouver���
tcotnn   	
pneouver
"'���-MeCamment and Byrnes;
1 ���-'"'��� and Sugden.
ing to the man In front of him he
must needs buv him another and so
the   $3.50  is  included.     This item is
3     8 almost an Invariable quantity.
Custer;
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Standing  of   League
(b) This item is based on the average object ion an average man has for
taking his average wire to a lacrosse
match, and represents the ���nf
that the average husband ls willing to
part with in order to appease his
spouse. It a man is not married the
case does not apply.
is the most variable
acomn
.ancouver  . -i
iM Itane
eattie
21.
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19
20
23
Games Today
,"""��i vs.  Vancouver,   Recreation
' ��� i p. in.
,:""1' at Spokane.
&Tn,FAL   MAY   PLAY
ANCOUVER AFTER LOSING HERE
i'i..,"V.',mlroM Wecutlve declined nn
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'Hint)
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W2��?' H0^ P^'in     dJd in the estimate.    When the
'���'     ���;':", nome team  wins  the man  drinks to
fl'llZtt   Which  is infinity,  and  when
��� gjS  l>on>o  team   lose,   be  does    no
���4"5 'drink at all. Now thc average between
nothing and infinity #has never hee*
correctly solved and 30 cents is
because that is the average, price that
a man leaves behind him in an avef-
!*?_��& tense moments the average
man bites bis pipe stem 1>B. AB tne
average man's pipe is not of the hest
quality, it only costs him the average
tax of 20 cents to have it cured.
(e) it. hns been found on the most
Vancouver club for an ex
�� match oh July 9.   A proposal 1     <���'  "   "���������  ,,     ,,...<
"!'���  "lade  to  Vancouver  for  an ! reliable   information   obtainable   thai
lerC1111?" match after the Minto Cup  the average  man  writes to^a n n^
lei\v'J?slcud ot before, as Vancou- in  Winnipeg to tell 1''
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Visit these coming summer resorts
on Dominion Day, July 1. 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.
White, Shiles
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628   AND   746   COLUMBIA   STREET
PHONE 85        NEW WESTMINSTER
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They are strong and durable and last, for years, and should not
be compared with flimsy bamboo screens. Vudor Porch Shades
will make your porch a cool, airy, shady and secluded out-door
room at every hour of the day Our new assortment has just arrived;
pleasing shades of browns, tans and greens. They roll up like a
theatre curtain and come 4, 6, 8 and 10 feet wide.
Let Us Figure With You
For   Window   Shades  and   Awnings.       We   are   splendidly   equipped
to give you the best possible service.
LEES LIMITED
Successors   to    Lee's    Furniture    Emporium.
Phone 73. 716-718 Columbia  St. New Westminster.
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
BOB
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
��� Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro-       \  i  /
portions to cleanse m^^^JJ//^-
easily, vigorously,^    ^
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Made by THE  N.   K.  FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers oi FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
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We h��Te taken the Maple Leaf for our trade mark, because it is Canadian. ��
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf   ,
Label)
IS MADE IH CAR ADA, AND IS THE PUREST AND BEST.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
Contractors and
House Builders
MVe have a full   line   of   the   Best
Builders' Hardware in tne City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.    Also Complete   Stock   oi   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
The Timberland Lumber Company,  Ltd,
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Fir, Cedar and Spruce Lumber,Rough, Dressed and Kiln Dried, Dimension Timber and Shingles, Cedar Poles and Piling in any quantity.
Ask Us for Prices
Office,  Room 8, Thompson Blk. New  Westminster,   B.  C.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director
P. O. Box 953
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Have you seen the new goods at Gray's Jewellery Store?
If not, do not delay. If you are looking for a wedding present
we can show you a beautiful assortment ot Cut Glass and Silverware.
We have some rich designs in Fern Dishes, Vases, Salad Bowls,
Decanters, Bakers and Chafing Dishes.    Prices from $2.50 to $25.00.
John B. Gray
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust  Block. Columbia   St.
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Why is a Fire ?
"EVERY   BUILDING   BURNS UP," said the man who ran a flre-
trap.    His did. a..___.n ��.���.-...���,������,..ti
WHAT'S THE REASON?
My record last year shows: ���
SMALL   BOYS���Several  flies explained by small boys smoking or
playing with matches.
SPARKS���Other fires credited to spafks. Sparks from locomotives.
Sparks from open Are.
FOREST   EXPOSURE���Forest and brush flies did some damage
In 1909. *��..,,-.v.i��(��iv4,^d
STUPIDITY���Just plain stupidity of an employee burned one risk.
ELECTRIC   WIRES���Electric  wires crossed or hung over  nails
or otherwise in poor shape caused a couple of bad fires.
THINK A MINUTE���These are facts���not fancies.   I know from
experience. 'jfaq*.���**>��������������� n  ���
NO   BUILDING   HAS   TO   BURN. S______��*��\
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WINS
MILLIOTJS  IN TAX
\\h.-ii Ml.NS'l i.it WOOUWOKtUNU
Co., bank, office anil (-.ton; I.ttluga;
cablniit, f.-.-iir, showcases, r.-iarueia
ariri detail work. Designs and estimates Cnrnlsbed. J. Drook^H, pro-
prletor. Works; Corner Eleventh
and o-��r Una r. 0. bvi Hit, fttwu
473.
-    .. nd      '   ���       Ill   '-I. '    '':!!
they were %               Ith yon Washington, June 2.���That the <���������
��� ���   ���   ��� ��� . the acts they ':i-<- o( a testator wbo died within ono
lik<                      ���        bow- "Ji-   Immi   lately pri
-   -    pping rffect of the a                           ��� I i n
..'.      a            e whi     men     At the Bpanlsb-Ai ei    in   -a'    revei
.; the opera thej v-.i-.t- aa a really was su  |ert  ������> tl ������ tax  wa    decided
,.r '���   ovation    I   suppose   that's   what todaj   I     the        rem<   court   of  tbe
��� oi      ir.    :.m  I 'oulin't un L'nited States.
nd wh ��� thej  were   boutlng. The decision was announced In   I t
,���,.  would bave split   youi  ��.d's Herts-Woodman case   by Justice   Lur
t you had been around .-it. thc stage ton.
io-,.- of the Academy of Music, say On the merits of the <-r:.ae th<; courl
Ififteen minutes ;ift<:r tbe final curtain, beld the government was entitled to
Half a dozen young Indians, blanket- the tax. which In all amounts to severed and feathered arid painted like tot- al million r'ollars.
em poles were lined up. What for? Justice McKenna dellvored a dl*
Waiting for the girlH to come out, Tbe Renting opinion, in which Chief .lua-
i smi is  wen- nervous,  but the  Indians tice Fuller and Justice Day concurred.
Denny & Galloway are making it worth your while to
visit I heir Furniti re Store on Sixth Street, just up from
tie Peel Office, today���Circus Day    They are offer-
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inj some
Bargains on Furniture
PAPER   HANGING   &   DECORATING
I HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltaa;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, papT
hanging    and    decorating.     aixtn
street,  .N'ew  W'latminmcr.
MACHINE   WORKS.
JJi.K dCHAAKK MAUtilrtlli nuw.o
Limited, Front street, New vvext
nUnster. Manufacturers of modern
Haw and BtiiriK": mill machinery
Mill plants and specifications pre
pared
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMKNTAL WORKS, JAH.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of iiiounmcntHl toml)Hton��s, building
stone, etc.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
tu.uuilJia   .treet,   ;NeW    S\ l-m tb,u...^r.
didn't mean anything, you know. They
i in i Hp'-ak oi take a step. They Ju^t
wanted to see what the singers look-
id  Uric at clone ran. e.
Edmonton  a   Fast  Town.
I   guess  we   played  further    north
than any opeia company ever Ii.'ih, ko
bow, very cheaply, Borne wonderful
specimens of porcupine work on tinned buckskin. Good porcupine work
���''p.Il'"h woi ked ill colored quills���
are harder to . et nowaday, than .ood
ar a�� I know, at any rale.   \Vp were. bead work and both are petting scarce
In  Edmonton, the capital of Alberta,
tbe northern terminus of the Canad-
"We Rave some Interesting performances at Medicine Hat, fln^ine oil
ion Pacific branch, for four weeks, jbert and Sullivan operas to audiences
ind there wasn't a night or a matinee jthnt we~e mad" up in nart of Black-
thai we didn't have a bumper home, feet, Moose Jaw was kind enough to
vlo. t of the people there are Scotch, turn out good crowds for us. and at
They are pretty nice at entertaining I Regina. the capital of Saskatchewan, s
too, and there never was a crowd of flourishing prairie city In the heart of
Kills who had a better time. Some of the (treat wheat, growing country, we
hem wenl for short dogsled trips���jhad bi�� crowds. A detachment of the
properly chaperoned of course���to the Canadian Northwest Mounted Police
lorth. A fur trader offeied his hand'.t Regina rave us a special dinner,
and heart and about .100,000 worth They said they were so glad we had
-if property tO the prima donna, but turned up to break the monoton-- of
she couldn't see it that. way. I think things that a dlnnei was pretty small
she got. a mink coat anyway. While return for the pleasure we had given,
ve were at Kdmont.on all of us made From the yarns they told In n non-
i trip to old Fort Saskatchewan, twen- chalant sort of way I shouldn't sav
ty miles to the north of the capital, they were troubled much with monot-
...id part of our escort were Cics, who  ony.
Floor Oilcloth, sq. yd.25c
Iron Bed $2.20
Full size with \ rass knobs.
ExtensionVTable  $9.50
Made of hardwood, polished, extends
to 8 feet
JBedroom Rug $4.75
Reversible,  seamless rug, 2 1-2x3
yards.
Sideboard $16.00
Curtain Stretchers $l-9��
Adjustable, for diying any curt* :"���
Rugs $8.50
Good British Tapestry Rug?, vs
ith in-
terwoved border, 3 x 3 \-��- y*ras
Rocker $2.75
Solid Oak, polished.
Denny & Galloway
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43-45*Sixth��Street -        New Westminster, B. C.
J FR|DAY,  JUNE  3,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Be- ne
made to
Bale
,r of
le  I'i'-)
parf
lice that tin application has
register Duncan Bell
ner in fee simple, under
"  peed from E. A. Wil mot,
d\kcs,  to   Duncan   Bell
, date  the  13th day  of
. n    1907,  of  all  and   singular
-'_  paroel  or tract, of land
|Be8 situate, lying and being
i ast t let of New Westminster,
,, (. ol  British Columbia,
il i>-!v  known ancl descrlb-
i 3.60 ai ics of the southeast.
01   Section   18,   Township   3,
,,, west of Gth Meridian.
iid those claiming through or
iu and all  persons claiming
I isl ill tlu  said lan'd hy virtue
unre 'ftoied instrument, and
i cl i." ing any Interest In
i.||Ui by dfrft ent, whose title
iBi'jred "���'' er the provisions
ml RoglStrv Act," are rcquir-
, il lhe da'.'. of the tax pur-
���Liu forty flva days from tlie
Ibe first puhhcatlon of this
,���,ii  ym    aad  in  default of a
cerlifl.'a'i' ol  Us pendens
i will In sue i i crlod, or In
n|  ie 1 imptlon  r-rfor s reglslra-
I e e b i f > cu w!H lie for-
ed ami debarn d from set-
��� ',-   , l:,iui   In ii     III   ll Sped   of
I ittnd, ind I si-.a i    register
!., ii  Hall  as owner  thereof
... ,\ i iiei el y ��>-' I ������ thai pub-
���; tiiia ni lire for thirty days
,, ,;��� ���! pi bltshed in New
wll   1 e  |.ood and stiffio-
i ���������������.:
ii l , nd Registry otlice,
_   mW��a*saa**a*mWm
WATER NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that nn application will be made under Part, V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license iu the Westminster Division of
New Westminster District.
la) The name, address and occupation of the applicant: Frederick VV.
Smith, residing at South Westminster,
P, 0. address, New Westminster, li. ('.,
dairyman.
tb) The name of the lake, stream or
source (if unnamed, the description
Is): an unnamed spring, situate on
Subdivision 12 of Hlock 2, Section 30,
Block f>, No-th Riinge 2, west, New
Westuiinste- Dlstiict.
(c) The point, of diversion: About
the centre of said Suddlvislon 12
(owned by J. E, Murphy).
(d) The quantity of water applied
for (In cubic feet per second); One-
sixtieth  (1-60).
(e) The character of the proposed
works: A pri mte .waterworks system
through ;i 1-inch pipe carried fro said
Subdivision 1'.' :(. a| | , caul's property,
which adjoin*.
(fi The premises on wbicli the water ls to be used (describe same):
Subdivisions 5 and 6 of Hlock 2, Section 30, Hlock 5, North Range 2, west,
New Westminster District
(gi The purposes for which the
water Is to be used: l-'or agricultural,
dairying and domestic,
iki This notice was posted on the
2nd day of May, 1910, and application
will be made to the Commissioner on
MANY ENGLISHMEN
IING WITH lOMBflaSrS1
CORPULENT  TRIO   BEGINS
FAST  TO  REDUCE  GIRTH
Berkeley,
Brother of Earl of Dalhousie
Says That Much Capital is
Directed 'J his Way.
June 2.--Acting on a wag-
to ieduce their avoir-
Of Bei Keh vans today
bi gun a live-day fasi. The three men
who have plodged themselves to take
no i I for 120 hours are J. B, Rut-
let e, i lerk of the fushlonable Carlton hotel of Berkeley; A. D. Kochs,
the hotel steward, and Ernest Wind-
wood.
Tl e   three   recently   were   discuss
Ing tin ir re ipectlve weights, and fast-
inn foi" a  short   lime was suggested
as a means of reducing waist meas-
Seattle, June 1.���"It can he predict-   *V-    Rutledge   weighs   190   pounds,
ed safelj that a large number of Eng- *nd  il:is successfully  tried  the  fast-
lish  Investors  wlll  visit   Alaska  and  i,i; experiment  for weight reduction
the Pacific coast  this summer," said  befoie.
the Righl iion. Charles Mode Ramsay, Kochs, who weighs 218 pounds, will
brother of the Earl of Daihousle and|fn.d ""' ���***������ difficult, as he is forced
uncle of l.oid l-'ox Ramsay, who arrived in Seattle yesterday, finishing a
fourteen-day trip from London. Ham-
say retired from the Royal Artillery
two years ago with the rank of col-
onel. He made a trip through Alaska
last summer and will leave again for
the North on one of the first departing vessels.
"Owing to the political situation In
England, business is decidedly unsettled,"  continued   Ramsay.    "The  excessive taxes on real estate nnd other
properties  as a  result   of  tlie    new
| budged   passed  by the House of Oom-
I mons have driven a number of Investors  to new  fields,  whether their In-
COMMUNICANTS NOW
MBER 32,936,445
Branch of Census Bureau
Announces Total Religious
Bodies in United States.
daily to inspect tlie tempting viands
prepared for the guests of the hotel.
Wlndwood weighs lfifl and hopes to
drop to ahout 150,
AUTOGRAPH MESSAGE BY
CHRIST   TO   HIS   PEOPLE
-
���t>t, r-t- 'ince of British
:eth   day  of   April,   A.
C, S. KEITH,
1 Istrlcl Registrar.
atictit Loan & Bav-
��� ��� leimer   Bros.,   Ltd.,
. Lelshman; J. VV. Hew-
i day or June, 1910, al 2:30 p.m. comes-will be greater and where they
Give the names and addresses j will nol have to pay it all oul in taxes.
the tl
il)
of any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or who/e lands tire likely to be
affected by the proposed works, either
above or below the outlet; None.
K. W. SMITH.
Hex 536, New Westminster, B. C.
BEHUC
Is   no   more   attractive   trip
the St.  Lawrence up to his-
juebi c     Next  Empress  sails
nd 17.    For reservations and
pply to
ED. GOULET,
C.P.R. Agent.
Westminster
lansf er Co,
'Phone Ite.      Barn 'Phone 13,
Columbia Street,
jage   delivered    promptly   to
any part of ths citj.
it and Heavy Hauling
.OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
If there are forty people in New
Westminster who want to buy a summer camp site they have an exceptional chance this week as White,
Shiles & Co. are offering forty choice
lots at White Rock for from $225 to
$350 each, on terms of $100 cash and
the balance in four half-yearly payments.
��� ���
'YOU  NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will bo 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 is crackajack coal, however secured.
I am not speaking or speculators, the
people who Invesl In initios, but of
those who place their money in safe
mortgages on rea] estate which bring
a small but certain revenue.
To  Invest on  Coast.
"Some of this money, of course, wlll
he Invested in Alaskan projects, but
the greater potrion of it will go into
investments on tlie Pacific coast ef
tiie United States and Canada.
"The new King of England, long before liis ascension to the throne, had
been a constant attendant In the
House of Commons and the House of
Lords and lias a thorough knowledge
of tho legislative needs of the country. He may exert some influence in
framing legislation that will keep
British capital in British territory.
But the country is lacking sadly In strong men at the head of both
branches of parliament. Premier Asquith is weak and Chancellor Lloyd-
George is an unstable quantity.
"People in England are ignorant of
conditions in Alaska, witli the exception of a few who have money invested in Pacific coast enterprises. These
make no effort to disseminate their
knowledge. From personal observations made last summer, I think Alaska is a magnificent country. Its resources, both latent and developed,
are really wonderful.
New  King   Popular.
"The new King of England is extraordinarily popular and in his first
public address to the people manifested an unexpected knowledge of international affairs. His speech contained
no oral pyrotechnics, hut was charged
heavily with sound common sense. He
informed the people that Great Britain
still has a great future if they are
alive to tlie situation and its possibilities as it exists today. lie pointed out
in no uncertain terms that in order to
keep peace with other nations Englishmen would have to adopt the methods used in the t'nited States and
other progressive countries."
Col. Ramsay is uncertain how long
he will stay in Alaska. "I have no
definite plans for the future," he said.
"I have so arranged my affairs that
I am at liberty to spend the winter ln
the north if I feel like it. That is,
there is nothing in a business way that
would necessitate my return to the
Old Country for an indefinite period."
Vienna, June 2.���An autograph mes-
Sage of Jesus Christ to his people is
said to have been found In a brlc-a
brae shop here hy a respected Hebrew
citizen, who picked It up among a lot
ot nld t.ooks for sale. The manuscript
Is in the Hebrew language and scholars  Mi.-ed  in ihe am lent  tongue who
made a minute examination of it are
said lo have declared lt genuine. Tlie
alleged manuscript has been photographed and will he sent to scholars
throughout Europe. Tlie original has
been deposited in a Vienna bank.
JAPS   COLLECTED   FOR
TWO   HAM   SANDWICHES
Daysland, June 2.���Fred Lewis and
Ame Anderson narrowly escaped
death at the hands of two Japs. The
boys entering the restaurant last
night at 11 o'clock asked for two
sandwiches, saying they would pay
them in tlie morning. After taking
them they started nut. The Japs
st,,p)ed them and after a few words
the Japs pulled their
time Lewis started to run, taking
refuee in tlie hotel, the Jap firing
at him as he went. Mr. Anderson was
held In the restaurant at the point of
a revolver and upon a friend going into the restaurant and paying for the
sandwiches Anderson was released.
Washington. June 2.���Tlie aggregate
number of communicants or members
of all religious denominations in con-
tlnental United states for 1906 was
32,938,445,   according   to   tlie   United
Stale; census of religious bodies, A
part of the census bureau's special
report now in press. Of this grand
total, the various Protestant bodies
reported 20,287,742 and the Roman
Catholic church 12,679,142.
of the Protestant communicants, according to the report, 80.6 per cent
were outside the principal cities of
Tiie country. Of the Catholics, -7.7
per cent were in the cities of the first
class, those having a population of
more than 300,000, while 17.5 per cent
were outside tlie cities of the first,
second, third or fourth classes, the
last class being cities of 25,000 to 50,-
000. Protestants in the llrst class
cities aggregated 7.:', per cent. Of the
Protestants, the Protestant Episcopal church reported a majority of the
communicants in the principal cities,
51.2 per cent, as did the Church of
Christ, Scientist, SH.f, per cent. Tlie
report shows a growth of all communicants both in the cities and country
since 1890. in the five leading cities
the proportion of communicants to
population follow:
New York, 44.7 per cent.
Chicago, 40.7 per cent.
Philadelphia, 38.8 per cent.
Boston, (12.0 per cent.
St. Louis, 41.G per cent.
Council Discards Bloddhound Cops.
Tacoma, June 2.���Bloodhounds as
,i which | p0uce have been discarded by the Tacoma city council. "Jack" and "Ben,"'
two dogs owned by Deputy Sheriff
Harry Draper, have heen drawing
$50 a month from the city and a like
amount from the country. Chief Ma-
lony says the dogs are of no value in
police work.
it
Tlie City Council has decided ,to pave and boulevard Second
street at once.
I have only nine lots left on Second street. Prices from .500 to
.S00.    One-fourth  cash;  balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
The owner has given me orders to raise the price $150 per lot
more after the thirtieth day of June.   So hurry.
Peter Peebles
*   Columbia   Street.
Phone 307.
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SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOOD
WORKING��� DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
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J. BROOKES, Proprietor
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INSULTING SOCIALIST.
traw
100*1
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
l QUALITY THE BEST.
Objects to Eulogies Made to the Late
King.
Edmonton, June 2.���Charles O'Brien,
tlie Socialist member sitting for Rocky
Mountains, saw his chance recently
and attempted to make a -demonstration when the resolution of condolence on the death of the late King
had been brought before tbe house.
The resolution was introduced by Mr.
Rutherford and seconded by Mr. Bennett, leader of the opposition. Both
spoke feelingly and eloquently.
When Mr. Bennott had completed
his eulogy, Mr. O'Brien rose and made
some disparaging remarks, disgusting
every person, lf he had made the same
I remarks before a street crowd, not
bound by the rules of propriety, he
, would not have got oft as light as lie
'did in the house.
"Why all this empty hypocrisy," he
'began. "The King was a man who
I worked little and ate well."
Mr. Bennett objected to such remarks being allowed In the house.
O'Brien hastened to apologize in a
sort of way and explained that he was
speaking only in the abstract and
meant nothing personal. He said he
wanted to make an amendment. He
could get no seconder and muttering
something ahout free speech, he sat
down.
Every person In the house was very
much incensed at what O'Brien had
said.
To clear out of stock of Men's Boater Hats we are offering them
at One Half the regular price. Plenty of time to wear them yet and
there's no use wearing a soiled one when a new one costs so little.
Most Any Price
WiU Do
However, in order to make an average anl adjust matters fairly
in regard to prices, we have fixed up a slate as per the list below.
What  do you think of it and how  many  can  you  use?
ALL THE SEASON'S LATEST
AND BEST STYLES
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
. Burns & Co.
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645 COLUMBIA STREET.
AERIAL   ERECTED  ON
BICYCLE  HANDLEBARS
New York, June 2.���A new v/ireless
feat, which has been accomplished
"under service conditions," by a bicycle squadron of hoy scout militia of
army men at Governor's fslan-d and
may be tried by the United States
signal corps. Two youthful members
of the Brooklyn militia organization
have peifected a wireless outfit wllich
they attach to their bicycles and use
for tiansmission of messages at distances up to two miles.
The aerials are erected on the
handlebars of the bikes and extend
ten feet In the air. The wires are
strung up on both machines and connect ed with induction coils with a
transmission power of 8,000 volts. The
boy operators have become so familiar with the apparatus that they send
and receive messages easily while riding and during rapid manoeuvres.
$2.50 Hats for $1.25
$2.00 Hats for $1.00
$1.50 Hats for      75c
$1.25 Hats for 65c
$1.00 Hats for 50c
75c    Hats    for   40c
���MS*
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register the Corporation of the Township or District of
fcuirey as tlie owner in fee simple, under a Tax Sale Deed from tlie Reeve
and O'.erk of the Corporation of tlie
lown. J ip or District of Surrey to the
Corpoini'cti of the Township or District of Surrey, bearing dales of tli-'
21st day of October, A.D., L905 and
31st day of December, A.D., 1901, of
all and singular that certain parcel
or tract of land and premises annate
lying and being iu the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of Brlt-
U . Columbia, more particularly known
and described as: Lot 1 in subdivision 21 of block 1 of section 30, block
5 north, range 2 west; lots 8 to IT,
Inclusive, of subdivision 23 of section
lfi, block 5, north range 2 west; lots
15 to 21, inclusive, block 14 of southeast quarter section 4, township 9
lots 5,fi, ancl 7, in subdivision ��3 of
section lfi, block 5, north range 2,
west; lots 22 and 22, in subdivision
23 of section lfi, block 5, north range
2, west; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, fi, 7, 8, 11,
12, block 4 of lot 3S7A, group 2; lots
2 to ���'. .inclusive, block 14 of southeast quarter section 4, township 9-
lot 5, block 3 of lot 887A, group 2;
lot 38, block 2 of lot 3S7A, group 2;
lots 21, 22, block 3 of southeast quarter section 4, townsliip 9; lots 18, 19,
block 2 of southeast quarter section
4, townsliip 9; lot 22, block IG of
southeast quarter section 4, townsliip
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 virtue 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-five
days from the day of the lirst publication of this notice upon you, and
in 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
Township or District of Surrey as
owner thereof in fee. And I hereby
order that publication of this notice
for thirty days in a daily newspaper
published in New Westminster will
be good and suilicient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 29th day of March, A.
D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To David Miller, William A. 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
Hosklng, Hugh T. Crossley, John E.
Hunter.  _____
~ LAND REGISTRY ACT.
All our Boys Straw Hat values to
clear at 75c the hat.
If these prices fail to sell the Hats, we'll have to give them
away, for we can't cut much more off the price and have anything
left.    Come while the picking is good.
REID & CO
The Store of Satisfaction
;iothes Mats Furnishings
Re Lots 29 and 30, Block K, St. Andrew's Square, Map 165, New Westminster City.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 172fi F. issued
ln the name of Aulay Morrison, has
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made eo me in writing.
C. S.  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C., May 6. 1910.
LAND ACT.
New  Westminster  Land   District.
Take notice that James Bateman,
of Vancouver, B. C. occupation, stonecutter, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of a small island
lying about 10 chains north of Nelsoa
island: thence northerly, westerly,
southerly and easterly, along the
shore to the place of commencement;
containing G acres more or less.
JAMES BATEMAN,
Applicant.
JOHN F. BAGGS.
April 20, 1910. Agent.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Notice.
All vehicles whl'e waiting on Columbia street must stand lengthways
with the street, and not back up
against the sidewalk, so that there
may be sufficient room for vehicles
and especially the fire teams to pass
along the street with safety to the
public.
By Order: W. A.  DTINCAN.
City Clerk.
City Hall, May 27, 1910.
LIVE BABIES  AS   MODELS.
Trainina of "Little Mothers" in Philadelphia Public Schools.
Philadelphia. June 2.���Babies will
be used as live models for the demonstration by nurses at a series of lectures to be begun tomorrow ln the
public schools by chemical Inspectors
from the bureau of health. Their talks
on baby culture will deal with proper
food, the manner of clothing and the
bath. The lectures are to be given
before the older punlls in the lower
gratles of the public schools in the
congested wards of the city with the
hope that the girls will carry home
to their mothers some helpful hints
and be of greater assistance ln the
carp of the babies.
It Is the Intention to conduct examinations at the close of the term, when
the girls receive some mark of merit
for their proficiency.
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W. S. COLLISTER &
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IEA8L1 NINE WIUON       l��Al ESTATE AlitM HAS
ACRES OF WESTERS WHEAT FLITTED TG PASTURES NB
Increased   Acreage   Sowr.   in     Prairu   Name of Land Seller Is Coup'ed With
Provinces���A te"-a Land, Visited Story  of  Worthless Cheques
E.   Frost. Is  Reseeded. and   Shady   Deals.
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
DRUGS SPECTACLE SEED   r.TORE
New W<��trr.ln��ter, D. C. Phone -i'i, 71.   jB
COME AND
SEE US
in Our New Quarter! In the
DEANE BLOCK
Pour boom   Easl   of  Bank  <if
Montreal
Wc Have Just Received a Fresh
Stock of Popbam'e Chocolates
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Columbia St.   New Westminster.
A BARGAIN
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10 Acres extra good land, 3
acres cleared; seven roomed
house, bath and pantry, hot
and cold water. One mile
from electric tram. Price
$3500. Terms, $500, balance
easy terms.
APPLY TO
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
Toronto,   June   2.���William   '���'
est of I     I   oad
Pacific Itailwa. ;
oi   ' be  ' on pai estern
mates that this year thi I land
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��� <: pro vln ci.-, - . I acri
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last  year.    Of  this  total,   1 ��� I
e. Ol     '   "
will '[,*.  ; " res,
than last year: ol barley about I 0
   acres and  oi  flax  ahout  I
... i' ��� -... do il le the a< i������ ige last
year given to this .rain. Less than
tea per cent of the arable land i I B a
katcbewan was qoti nndei i ulon
Mr.   Whyte  said   that   there     bad
heen   vei y   little   an cietj   al
:. ...    the west this year, ex
that of southern
Alheri ���   i ;    .. ��� ���   ���   i
: i of    thi
praii le  ; ro Im ���
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tl >: land it* I  been r se ided  and tin
bow  i  ov ���    i        ring  ������'.  eat I    pri
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that In li ���-��� ��ba d ���
.���.an con 1.-: ; oi'��� and more la gelj
Into ������-,; e an : thai In i ��� deca le
oi . i il e province would n >l diffei
���i.ii'-h from Ontario, ( cepl thai fi ult
Kroirlng woul.l nol be a feature of the
farming Industry. This spread of
mixed friiiiJny would be of Immense
vaihp to il.*- western provinces anil
to the country generally, it wag
being forced upon Manitoba because
tbe cultivation of wheal in successive
years exhausted the land and because
of thc precarious nature of the labor
market. The day might come when
activity In business in the east might
make i* Impossible to obtain men to
harvest the western crop, Diversified farming would force tbe farmers
to remain upon their land the year
round. At present men who grow
whew 'ake the money received for
their crops arid spend it in California
,or elsewhere In tbe
factJ said Mr. Whyte,
ln_ Is not agriculture
sens . of tbe word."
Mr.  Whyte  said  thai
her of Immigrants had
Into the wesl thin year.
nlassfof people were coming from
Europe!. The hest of the new settlers
howejbr, were tiose from the United
States, because they came to Canada
wilh fcapHal !in<l.w|ti| a llioroitjrli tin-
' prairie methods of
h even an easterner
woulffinot iiosfljfjl.. There were not
a crerii many Immigrants from ecu-
tiai riTid  south-'AiiJlern    Surope,    At
a   ' ai ��� . ���  ��� i ���     -
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tnonl        j      nd did i onslderaUi
now taking an  anadvi  ��� ���-���
exc-ixr.tisi to i-,-.!'*i unknown, pn
ably in his own Inten sta   Dglj ���
<ii   misappropriation   of   moneys   and
ling of wmthless cheques are
being bandied ahout. but Uk   i
of people who are suppose l to have
heen   victimized,  and   the   amount   of
money which  is presumed    to    bave
been  diverted  from   Its  proper  channels, ran only he .  :<        ���    ���
The agent In question, bow<   i
tied all hit   ��� i   ml    n ll    tbe different firms   with   wbicb   be   bad
doing b isinet    before i i     an
ted dei erture. Uni      ���   l< !y, be
erally  foi t a 11 He
than  - Dy this nn
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rhe  mer
chant e nol 1 chi
ned bj   the hanks win pn
i n tbej  will  ���
letti       H   v.   oi  po
N.   B.   F.,   which   In   (In in     I r|    li i
' in ' for "no funds ' or "nol Buffl   i n
i inds."
The police v. e <��� yesberdnv advised
of the shady appearance of these re
cent transaction! and are now en-
gage I ii an attempl to locate the
party, who Is supposed to be several
hundred miles south of tlie boundary
line bf this time
The Public
Supply Stores
We have a
Grand   Display of
ED. SMITH'S
GRAPE
JUICE
winter.
"wheat
In  tbe
"In
farm-
true
a large num.
been      colnj;
An excellent
A Hindu named Bbagwah Pin.'i
died yesterday at the Royal Columbian hospital.
' The returns of the public hospital
for the insane show the number of
patients in the hospital during the
month of many aR follows: in hospital at beginning of month, ,'iiii males,
165 females; admitted during the
month, IS males; discliar, ed without
probation, 1 male; discharged on probation, 11 males, 7 females; died. 1
males, 3 females; In hospital at the
close of the month, ,'i!i;i males. 146 fe-
I males; on probation at the close of the
'month, 4,'i males, 32 females; total
J under treatment at the close of the
month, <i:',f) mules, 177 females; making a grand total of 613
Willi   ppltal   Bl
derstjBding   ol
farmifc  which
the Maine time, Mr. Whyte pointed
Out, these people bad been of ment
service in railway building In the
west. It was now Impossible to Ket
Sweden, Norwegians and other natives
of weptern Kurope lo work fl. navvies
In the construction of railways.
This  is  the
finest cummer drink
yei
Pint Bottles 25c
Try One
Also their canned
Vegetables, Fruit
and Jams

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