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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
LIFE
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WHITE, SHILES & CO.
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KS NATION BEREAVE
1110SS OF �� OF EMPiRt
Led   Ruler  of  Millions   of  Subjects  Passes  Away���
Monarch Was Mighty   Though  Quiet   Force
in Factor For  Peace of   Nations
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LATE  KING VVOU1
TAKE CARE 0?
D MOT
HIMSELF
Im deeply grl
Binv   beloved
���'��� away at 11:
the
nth-
_,   .. May T.-Klng Edward VII.,
.turned to England from a va-
B few  (lays  ago  in  the beat
llth. died* Ll:45 o'clock Friday
in the presence of bis family,
an illness of  less than a  week
was sei ious hardly  more than
Prince of Wales succeeded to
Kown immediately, according to
tSZkws of tho kingdom, without of-
Icereinony.    His first official net
A despatch to the lord mayor the
���MKMplc-. ,.i..nt   of   his  fathers   death,
|i ^Juanee *>t custom.   His telegram
^ved to Inform you
father, the king,
45 tonight.
"GEORGE."
lides   the   nearest   relatives   In
ml,  the   Duke  of   Fife   and the
(bishop   of   Canterbury,   were   ln
bath chamber. The king's brother,
nke of Connaught, with bis fatn-
at Suez, hastening home from
ta.
Subjects Are Sad.
o  king's  daughter.  Queen   Maud
Drway, will start for England to-
ow, ' The  Intelligence  that   the
if King Edward's reign had come
not a surprise at  the last.    The
le   had   heen   expecting   It   any
since tlie  evening  bulletin  was
1    at    Buckingham    palace    and
, ,1 throughout the kingdom. The
bi- | received it without excitement,
��� idly,  for  the  king  with  his own
le was unquestionably one of the
popular rulers In the world. Tbey
di 1 him as one of the strongest
��� In making for the stability and
of the Empire.
News R'ceived Quietly.
,   fashionable   restaurants   were
i   ptylng  and  a  few  groups of
.   ne: is   were   making their
.  yard through the rain while
, rowd  Btll!   hung   aboul  the
.    when   the   streets   were   fills I
with     newsboys    crying,
of   the- King."     The   papers
i kly   seized   and   the  pi
.1 the momentous even; quletlj
a dispersed,
treets  v. en- deserted by one
Intelligence  Flashed  Out.
h  lew  minutes   after   the
the king the home office was
Ing   the  intelligence  to  the
othei   i overnments and
i   diplomats   and   colonial
ughoul the world.
Sudden   Deith   Expected.
i   I ni w   the   king   exi ecti I
I death   would   he   Hidden   and
\        t have occasioned greal sur-
��� , i occurred without warn-
i  i,   iii of heart trouble. Al-
t it to the en l he refused to take to
i ��� il and wa   Bitting up yesterday
e chair  so the palace -;> irles
oratli      the   ,:'- ci lotion  of
an  unruly  patlenl   which  Dr.
Vienna Inl  n lew e   la I
i
��� Last Thought, Duty,
el    ��� ��� ttoran es   ttribut
:     is:
��� 11, lfi      l i      , but I I
 ' id
hi    i nd  v.
I otbi
ois bad
constant       In   I |       ,,,  i
: '   ,: |   hours
��� de ith   the I in   -i
e   i onditlon,   bui   I     raillled
-   n nine and ton o'cl >C,
ppi an .i to li  re recog it; e I
111     'i lie i    o lai   >d Into un
f:     ���   : norss,   which   endi d   in   his
Ing,
I     '< Dr  Stlckland Thompson, the
H ial specialist, was called this liiorii-
I   was   expected   that   an   opera-
11   Would   be  necessary,  but   after  u
sultatlon   it   was  decided   that   the
f      were the seat  or the most, ne-
'���mptoms.    An  operation   was
'        '���'" as a last  resort.
Body in King's Chamber,
body  lies in  (lie king's chain-
In the northwest  wing of Buck-
"hi   palace,   which   Is   brilliantly
;|,||'d.   while   the   rest   of  the  great
somy  building,  with  tho exception
';    Lord   Knoiiy's  ollice,  is  enUrely
larki ned,
An Unique Personality.
When   Edward   VII.   breathed   bis
.     "'ere   came   to   a   close   the   life
f" nn  unique  personality.    He  was
flVe-l  alniosl   universally,  first of all
Fs "   man   whose natural   attributes
.r1!}(p  ''im   dear  to  the  hearts  of  his
J       ''('ts,    and    next    as   a   monarch
i    h",, ability to full til the role which
I �� Wi's called on to assume was dem-
lonstrated    conspicuously.      "E.lwari
|V1 - by the Grace of Cod, of the I'ni-
Jea  Kingdom  of  Greal   Britain  and
l,'la"|l and of the British Dominions
;".v"ii<!  the  Seas,   King,   Defender of
Jie Faith, Emperor of India," was his
He succeeded in  winning the
confidence of all the ieoplc as almost
no other sovereign of Greal Britain,
except   his   mother,   Queen   Victoria,
had done.
Idol of the Peop'c.
As a statesman he was active and
personal, particularly in the held of
foreign affairs. The fact that he was
the idol of the people made him an
useful Instrument of the ministry and
enabled him at the same time to
wield more influence than had been
conceded to the throne is the past.
He was an able diplomat an.l in all
the more Important questions of foreign policy which came up during bis
short reign be made himself felt.
Killed Antl-Royallst  Sentiment.
In domestic politics be was less active, but he succeeded In strengthening the position of the monarchy with
the masses, effectually killing whatever antj-royallst sentiment existed
at the time of his accession.   Ills in-
Vienna. May 6 - Dr. Cut.
King Edward's physician al
Mai lenbad, In an Inten lew today, said: "The king's a?e an I
full habits Involved mo e di n-
"er in bronchial catarrh than
with ordln ny cases. Generally
bi eaklng, the king's constitution woul I be considered
healthy and robust, bul his
majesty would ran take ca e
of himself, and especially objected to n matnlng ln b id.
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EDWARO'8 ELDEST SON
NOW  KING OF  ENGLAND
London, May 7.���The Prince
of Walts became ki i'g aul i-
matlcally with the dea'h of Ed-
wai i VIL Ie will take th ���
oath of office before the privy
council as soon as it can be
convened.
Only tho nearest realtlves
and docto.s we e with the king
ai i'i" end. The cause of d -��� th,
It is understood, was pneumonia,  following  bronchitis.
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fluence wltb his ministers in an advisory capacity was much more pronounced than was that Of Queen Vic
���oi;.. although iiis attitude on the
political questions of the .'ays was not
defined.
A  Tynical   Englishman.
In personal appearance the kine
was ihe typical Englishman. He was
rather below the avenge stature, of
strong and heavy build. His ruddy
face betokened good health and spirts
up to a short time ago. He wore his
grey beard trimmed to a sharp point.
His thin circle of grey hair diminished
until be was quite bald. Even in his
latter days he continued to be one
of the best dressed men in Europe
and was regarded as a model for
quiet refinement of dress and bearing.
King  Liked Ceremony.
At the state functions ln which he
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participated King Edward revive! all
the pomp anl ceremony of medieval
days. He drove to West atn iter on
the opening of parliament hi one of
the sumptuous royal coaches, at*e 11-
ed by hei aids, equities, outriders a-'d
a vast retinue. On these occasions
, the king wore the full roars of majesty.
Tannines. war, a cons; i^nnus
characteristic of the late king, whore
associates have said that be was e - -
phatlcally the . ood fellow, simple and
courteous, but a sMck'er for tbe deference which his rank de-nan'ed.
Of   House  of   Hanover.
The late king was of the bouse of
Hanover, which dates from the acces-
Fion to the throne of King George I.
In 1714. Twice before ascending the
throne Edward's life was despaired of.
In 1871 he was so seriously ill with
typhoid fever that for weeks his death
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a NEW8  OF   DEATH ���
* WITHHELD    HALF HOUR *
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* London, May 7.���Only a few ���
* lepoiters   and  a  few   officials ���
* \ ere at the palace when Lord ���
* Knollya  entered  the  office,  a ���
* few houis af-er midnight, and ���
<> quietly announced: ���
* "His majesty passed away at ���
* 11:45 p. in." ���
* The news was withheld from ���
* the press for llalf an hour. ���
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was expected. In 1598 be fell on the
statis during a \ Is'.t to Baron Ferdiand
<!e Rothschild at. Waddeston manor
and fractured a knee can. Complications ensued and for a time his con-
dltlon was dangerous.
Els coronation, originally set for
June ^!'', 19W. was postponed until
August '.i on account of Illness, was a
pageanl of almost unparalled spl wlor
an.l the occasion of celebration
throughout the woi Id.
The New Kinj.
George Frederick Ei nest. Albert,
Prince of Wales, who now become,
king, is tbe second son of King Edward and Queen Alexandra and was
born at Marlborough house on June 2,
ISGa, seventeen months after the birth
of his brother, th* late Duke of Clarence. 1'e and his brother entered
the navy together as cadets and he
spent two years on H. M. S. Brit-
tania. Then he started on a three-
year   voyage around  the   world,  sail-
London. May 7. ��� i1J:32
a. in.)���The announcement of
the king's death has not yet
been made to the people outside the palace. The Prince
and Princess of Wales left the
palace at 12:17 a. m., return-
turning to Marlborough house.
Some of the king's nearest
friends declare that bis illness
was brought on by worry and
loss of sleep resulting from the
political situation.
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\* WORRY AND LOSS OF ���
��� SLEEP CAUSED ILLNESS ���
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��� London.     Mav    7. ��� (12:32 ���
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I ��� been made to the people out- ������
��� side  the   palace.    The   Prince ���-
' ��� and Princess of Wales left the *>
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!���
' ���    was brought,  on  by   worry and    ������
, ���   loss of sleep resulting from the   ������
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ing on the Bacchante. In January,.
1892, when bis brother died, he became heir apparent and took bis seat
ln the bouse of lords as Duke of York..
In May, 1893, his engagement was-
announced to Princess Victoria May
of Teck and tbey were man ied or/
July (1, 1893. Six children were bora
to tbem. Edward Albert, Albert Frederick, Victoria Alexandra, Henry William, George Edward and John
Charles. The prince became Duke of
Cornwall when his father took the-
throne and soon thereafter started on
a tour of the colonies. He opened the-
llrst parliament of the Commonwealth
of Australia.
In celebration of his safe returns
from the tour he was entertained by
the London corporation at the Guildhall on December 5. 1901, on whlchr
occasion he delivered hts well known
advice to England, "to wake up."
In the fall of 1905 he went to India
and when he returned there was another celebration. On this occasions
he said that the task of governing.
India woul.l be made tbe easier "if
we, on our part, infuse Into it a wider
element of sympathy."
His Indian trip was generally regarded as not a success from a po-
itical viewpoint. In 1908 he visited
Canada to attend the celebration at.
Quebec and Ottawa,
less democratic than
does not have such an
spoits. It is predicted,
after his accession to
court  gaities   which
The prince is
bis father amf
ardent love for
therefore, that
the throne the
were   always   a
HIS LATE MAJESTY, EDWARD VII.
King of Great Britain and Ireland and the British Dominions Overseas and Emperor of India.
feature during Edward's reign will be
less marked.
Too  Late.
The Hague. May 6.���Dowager Queen
Emma left for London early this evening, hoping to arrive there befoie King.
Edward died.
Resume cf King's Life.
Edward VIL, who ascended the
throne upon the death of his mother,
Qi^een Victoria, January 22, 1901, waB
horn in Buckingham palace, November
9, 1841. He was christened Albert.
dward, prince of Wales, receiving
the name Albert after bis father uird.
j Edward after the Duke of Kent, hls-
| grandfather. The title Duke of Corn-
| wail fell upon him at birth, lie being.
the oldest son of the ruler, and he
was made Prince of Wales and Earl
of Chester befoie he had lived a
month. The other titles that fell upon
o'iy, Earl of Carrick, Earl of Dublin,.
Baron Renfrew and Lord of the Isles.
The baptism was performed In St.
George's chapel. Windsor, with great
ceremony in January, 1842, and the
early education of the child who was
leir to tbe throne was entrusted to
Lady Lyttleton. a sister of Mrs. Gladstone. Lady Lyttleton cared for the
mental training of the prince, as well
as the royal children who followed
him, until be was six years old. The
following year the Rev. Henry Mil-
dren Birch was appointed tutor and
served until 1851, when ho was succeeded for seven years by Frederick
W. Gibbs. His royal highness studied
for a session at Edinburgh, entered.
Christ Church. Oxford, where he attended the public lectures for a year,
and afterwards resided for three or
four terms at Cambridge tor the same
purpose. On his eighteenth birthday
he was made a'colonel in the army,
hlra were the Duke of Rothesay, Duke
of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Prince of s ix-
with Colonel Bruce as his governor.
lie received the Order of the Garter
on  the same (lay.
The lirst official appearance of the
young prince vas at the opening of
the coal exchange in London, October
30, 1849. Queen Victoria was detained, by sickness and was represented by the prince and the princess
royal. He also assisted in the opening of the exposition of 1851, and
was present with the queen at the
bouse of lords for the first time when
the answers to her messages announc-
(Continued on Page Four).
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BULLETIN   WHICH   TOLD
NATION    OF    EVENT
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London. May 7.���The official bullet announcing the
king's death read as follows:
"May 6, 11:60 p. tn.���His Majesty the King breathed his last
at 11:45 tonight in the presence of Her Majesty Queen
Alexandra, the Prince and Princess of Wales, the Princess
Royal, the Duchess of _Fil'e,
Princess Victoria and Princess
the Duchess of Argyle.
(Sgd.) "LAKING.
"REID.
"POWELL.
"DAWSON."
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PAGE TWO.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,   MAY  7
Classified Advertisements
LOST.
WANTED.
10
SV ANTED���GIRL
gem nl housewo
n, b Btreet.
ASSIST
\\,\ ly 703
IN
Ag-
LOST-
-Till
RSDAY
Nil
hit.
CUFF
wlth
Masonic
bar
cuff
ink.
Finder
pleas
o ret
im
to  News
Office
Good Opportunities
TENDERS.
WANTED���A   THIRD   CLASS   BNGI-
neer for sawmill.    Unmarrlel  man
j.:, fi : red.    Apply
liwack, B. C.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD LOCKET EN-
graved F. S. A., containing photos.
Finder wlll be rewarded when returned to F. S. Allen, Windsor
hoi el.
D. li. Hall, Ciiil
  LABOR AGENTS.
WAITRESS WANTED AT THE PRE   C0AST   LABOR    AGENTSI
niier hotel.    Apply at mice.
BREMNG & COMPANY
General  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
We Can  Deliver the Properties,
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldj.
Corner  Columbia  and   Begbie  Streets.
!   New Westminster B. C.���Phone 680.
Office:
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Northern   Crown    Bank
Ground Floor.
Bldg.
Phone  646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
! Our
BOYS
Cigar
WANTED
Factory.
AT
11.    C.
WANTED���A GIRL  FOR  GENERAL
housework   and   plain   cooking.   Apply  125  Third  avenue.
MANA-
ger G. .1. Sykes), 62 Powell street,
Vancouver. Plume 3575. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. King us up, wire or
write if unable to visit us.
Exclusive Properties Too Long to
Advertise.
*��$���������*�����-������������������������������������������������_
Properties in���
new westminst
by,   Sapperton,
AND, SURREY
LIWACK. SUI
IR, BURNA-
i.ri.r isl.
LANGLEY, Clill.-
\S. VANCOUVER,
LANGLEY���SO   acres,   the
S.   E.   'i   of Sec.  10, Tp
$35 per acre
$500 per j eai
N.   '/2   of
lu.   Price
$1,000  cash,  balance
CITY���Lot 2 and 3 In Blks. 6 and 7
S. li. 9 on Seventh avenue. Price
$650 ( ach; easy terms.
Tenders are called for excavating
on the corner of sixth and Carnarvon
streets and must be sent in not later
than 12 O'clock DOOn OU Wednesday,
May   11.  1910.
Specifications can be
office of the Dominion
pany, Columbia Btreet.
seen   at   the
Trust    Coin-
New We
T.   R.   1
itmlnster, Maj
BARSON.
r, ii'io.
TENDERS   WANTED.
WANTED ��� YOUNG NEEDLEWOM-
an at Royal City I tye Winks. Must
be able to repair clothing.
NORTH
COUVER.
AND      SOUTH      VAN-
Real Estate \
j Write or
WANTKD  TO   RENT���GENTLEMAN
wants one or two  rooms  with  private family.   Nol far from library. I
Modem  house preferred.
Postoflice.
Box  '.183,
VS.
WANTKD���SIX
cottage; fully
good location.
City.
TO EIGHT ROOMED
modern;    close   in;
Write P. O. Box 17(1,
Mortgages
Come and  See
ticulars,
I's for Par-
BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
We Can  Deliver the  Properties.
*   Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldg,
i  Corner Columbia  and   Begbie   Streets
a     New Westminster B. C.���Phone 686.
CITY���Two ' . acre lots near tram
line and store. Price $300 each;
i asy  terms.
BURNABY SNAP ��� 3 3-4 acres in
D. L. 136. Price .2,000; terms,
$1,000 cash, balance 0. 12 and IS
months.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE���SURREY; TEN ACRES,!
S. D. 13, northwest 1-1 section 19,
township 2. Price $250 per acre;
1-3 cash; balance 6, 12 and 18
months. Address N. B., News Ofiice.
FOR     SALE ���  BRUNETTE     MILL
boarding house business for sale;
14 rooms occupied; 3 1-2 acres pasture; chicken house, cow stable,
fruit trees; low rent. For price,
including furniture, beds, bedding,
cooking utensils, Mallaeable range,
dishes, etc., apply 109 Columbia St.,
Sapperton.
are
side
FOR
SALE���GOOD
WORK
I'l
AM
(2,800 lbs.). Sound.
Also w
agon
and
liari
ess   (new).    Ai
ply  A.
N
Mac-
kay.
Burnaby  Lake
P. o���
B.
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FOR SALE ��� MAGOON STRAW-
berry runners. Specially grown
from young plants. Four dollars
per thousand. L. Claude Hill, Burnaby Lake, P. O.
FOR SALE ��� SPEED LAUNCH
"Vite." 33 feet long, 4 feet 6 Indies
beam; fully equipped with lfi H. P.
four-cylinder "Cowie" engine, together with dynamo. In first class
working order. Speed 1-1 miles per
hour. To be seen at our docks.
Front   street.     The    Schaake    Ma-lj
\x
chine Works, Ltd.
FOR SALE -- WHITE LEGHORN
eggs: single comb; good strain: flve
cents each. Samuel Wilkinson.
Sixth street, East Burnaby.
FOR SALE���FOrit ROOMED COT-
tage; lot 50x132 cleared, fenced;
one block east of Twelfth Street
car. Price $1,400, terms. Apply,
Owner, 1024 Tenth Avenue.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LET���ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN
block in suites of two for light
housekeeping. Ali steam heated;
with hot and cold water, gas range
and electric light. Terms moderate.
Apply a. ll. Ferguson, Room ;i, second   floor. ti'
TO LKT���COMFORTABLE ROOM
for one or two ladies, close to car.
615 Hamilton street, city.
TO RENT ��� COMFORTABLY FUR-
nlshed bedroom. Apply 713 Trew
street,  city.
Some  of  our  shrewd  clients  -
ii ginning to  feel that  out-   .
property   is   now   nearly
as high as it is- worth. They say
that   the   old   stock   exchange
axiom is good which says "Sell
when   everyone    wants   them;
buy when no one wants them."
They have figured out that they
have  done  pretty well by  real
estate     and     are   now   buying
mortgages. They say that seven
to  eight  per  cent, is good  for
such  high  class, gilt edged security���in  fact there Is no security better than a mortgage
on improved real estate which
has  withstood  all  thc  scrutiny
given   morgages    which  passes
through our hands.    They   feel
that    with     such      mortgages
they  can  sleep pretty comfortably���no  anxiety  as  to  a  possible drop in value.
If leal estate has done well
for you, or if you are for any
reason looking for the greatest security in investment, it
will pay you to see us and
talk over the
knowledge Is at
without charge,
perience and study of financial
matters of all kinds fit us to
speak with some degree of authority.
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster Phone  F507
Acreage   and   half   ncres;   near   tram.
Kasy terms.   South Westminster,
LANGLEY���160 acres, S. W. >4 of Sec.
Bl,  Tp.  io,  2(000,000  feet   of  good
lir. No timber lease. A number et'
small mills in the vicinity. Price
$4,") per acre; 1-3 cash, balance 1
and 2 years.
HARRISON HOT SPRINGS ��� 160
acres on Harrison river 2*,.< miles
from hotel; over VjUiile of water
front; 2.000,000 feet of lir Umber;
'ju acres under cultivation. Price
$27.50 per acie; easy terms.
Tenders   will   be   received,    hy    tin
undersigned   up  u>   May   9,   1910,  at
5 p.  in.,   lor  supplying   Unifoi ms  for
the  Fiie   Department.    Specifications
can   be  obtained   at   the   ( Hy   Clerk's
(-Hire.
The   lowest   or  any   tender  lint   nee-
essarily accepted.
W. A.  DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City   Hall,   April   30,   1910.
FRENCH ACTORS 10
START TRADE S
Threaten to go on Si rike if
Demand   for  Mini
Wage be Refused.
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RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER
WORKS.
May
.   1-2
Five  and  two acre  blocks  and    cu;-
ol'fs.     Kasy  terms.
35 City Lots. Scott Road station.
$luti, third cash, balance 0, 12, and
18 months.
15   Acre   farm;   well   stocked   anl   in
good    cultivation;    with    furniture
!    and equipment.    Kasy terms.
LANGLEY ��� 119 acres; 45 acres
cleared and under crop; 200 frull
trees bearing; house and other
buildings. Price $45 per acre; 1-3
cash, balance to arrange.
SURREY���Best buy in Surrey.. 160
acres one mile from tram line and
Great Northern Hy. Price $57.50
per acre; easy terms.
Tenders for Steel   Pipes
Sealed  Tenders     endorsed
Pipes," will be received by the
signed  at   the   Municipal   Hall,
Island, up tn 5 p.m. on Saturday
7, pros., for the supply of about
miles oi lap welded 12-lnch steel water
pipe.
The Specifications may be si en and
forms of tender obtained al the office
of the engineers, Cleveland & Cameron, 506 8, Winch Building, Vancouver, n  C.
The lowest or any tender may DO)
he   accepted.
C. L   RLIOMT,
April 23, 1910. C.M.C.
Paris. May 5.���The Drai
Lyric 1 heat re artists���that |
actors   and   singers   of   the
Btage���formed a trade union
weeks  ago,  and  are    new
The list  of their grievance
statement  of their claims
the members belong to the
humbler ranks of the profi
their chief desideratum Is a -
wage of $40 a month, tin y ,
be exactly of the (lass ol 0
Instance,   who  ls  said   to  b(
$3000 a week for "Chantecle
The secretary of the Dl   .
a mini.]
'dil n.j
i
Steel
inder-1
LulU   plains   pathetically   that   i vi
mum wage of $lu a month i
bo counted upon all the yi
Allowance being made for tl i
sen. lt would work out al a
cents a day throughout the year,
"1 don't think,'  he add:
if'
���
120   Acres;   $200
Good terms.
COQUITLAM���Have a buye>- for acre
 ]     ase   anywhere   along  the   Canadian
per  acre;   close  in.       Pacific   railway   beginning   at   Sec.
23 to Sec. S.
15 Acres; all under crop: 6 cows,
horses and equipment; $"000; $2tioo
cash, remainder on terms.
132 Feet on Columbia, street, New
Westminster; excellent view; double corner, with residence.
Two excellent lots; North Vancouver;
double corner; $100 cash, balance to
suit.
40 ft. Waterfront ;three minutes from
the bridge;  $50 per foot.
WILSON,   COOK   &   CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore BubslsUng between
| us,   the   undersigned,   as   Heal   Estate
and Financial  Brokers, has this day
been dissolved by mutual consent.
The business will in future be carried on by w. B. Evans, to whom all
debts owing to the pari lie: ship are
to be paid and to Whom all (hums
against tlie partnership are to be presented tor sett lenient.
W. BEN EVANS.
JOS.   A.  DARKE.
Witness:���ll. L. Duark.
Dated at New West minster It. C.
this fourth day May, linn.
NOTE  OF  THANKS.
Wanted for rent���Small house at once.
APPLY��� 16
A.   G.   MARSHALL,
Real Estate Office. Phone F. 507
South Westminster.
��U_M&_
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Tenders for  Power  House  Equipment.
Lots
cash,
near Orphanage;
balance 6, 12 and
$2,700;   14
18 months.
8-Roomed house near Fourth avenue
and Third street; $2,200; terms
over o years.
Lots,
Twelfth
London
street;
street;
500 each:
close    to
terms.
Mrs. K. M. Domlny, proprietress of
the old established Arrow Pit ss.
wishes to take this opportunity to
thank her many friends tor their
kind patronage in her old place of
business and hopes to still have the
pleasure of supplying their wants in
the lob printing line in her new premises, near The Daily News Co., 619
Victoria street.    Phone 695.
one will consider tbat to i"
taut claim.    The public doi
what   hard  time  we havi
ls to amuse it."
The union is agitating
suppression of fines, which
humiliating to  our  s-df 11
cruel  drain on our slim  ;
union not only agitates, l> .       ,
In   a   statement,  it   Bays:
"If we do not obtain Bat!
shall not hesitate to go on
should we do so wo would I
by the Union of   Lyric
Union of Chorists and the   Fi : *
of Musician-Artists ol i- rai - e,  said
includes  thirty-six branch
over the country; the I'm       - ..
Hands and Carpenters, tl
Choregraphlc  Artists,  the
Small Employees of Theal
sic  Halls, and  the  I'nloii    -
Electricians, which would   ,,.  i ,;.-,
sm id for us.
"We are wt II aware timing of our claims would ii
agerial expenses. But  whj
up ihe difference oui ot i
rights and the poor law I       n theaters?    The former is at pn     lit 12
cent,  and   the  latter   10   pi
the gross takings.    Both
exceedingly  high.    Authoi
pers alike could afford ti
little to ensure
$40 a month."
us our mil
I
SEPARATED FROM CATS,
WOMAN   BECOMES
���.;���-���,:
3-8  Acres  on
$1,000;   terms.
tram   in   Section   30;
matter. Our
your disposal
Years  of  ex-
FOR   RENT.
FOR RENT JUNE 1���FULLY MOD-
ern cottage. 51U Blackford street,
.25 per month. VV. C. Curtis, 507
Third avenue.
FOR   RENT���FIVE   ROOMED   FUR-
nished cottage on Eighth street between Third and Fourth avenues;
$20 per month. Apply Wilson, Cook
& Co., Northern Crown  Hank Bldg.
FOR      RENT���7-ROOMED      HOUSE
near the corner of Tenth street and
Fourth avenue; $30 per month. Wilson, Cook & Co., Northern Crown
Hank   Bldg.
FOR RENT���FOUR ROOMED HOUSE
and 5 cleared lots suitable for gardening, $15 per month. Wilson,
Cook & Co. Address care Northern
Crown  Hank Bldg.
 :	
FARM TO RENT���40 3-4 ACRES AT
Tynehead, 7 miles from New West- j
minster, fine 7-roomed house; good
���orchard and barn; between 18 and
20 acres under cultivation, remainder grazing land. Get particulars
from  W. .1.  Kerr, 614  Columbia  St.
FIVE-ROOMED    FURNISHED    COT-
tage to rent on Eighth street between Third and Fourth avenues;
.520 per montli. Apply Wilson &
Cook, Northern Crown Bank building.
FOR    HIRE ��� AUTOMOBILE    FOR!
hire by the hour, day or week. Ap- J
ply to S. Fader, Dean block, corner j
-of Church and Columbia street. Tele-
phone 712
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:
Co., Ltd.
T.   R.   PEARSON,
Manager   N.   W.   Branch.
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RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER
WORKS.
Tenders for Wood Water Pipes.
Sealed Tenders, endorsed "Wood
Pipes,'1 will be received by the undersigned, at the Municipal Hall, Lulu
Island, up 5 p.rji. on Saturday, May 7,
prox., for the supply, laying and jointing of about 72 miles of Wire Wound
Wood Stave Piprs langing in size
from .') to 12 inches.
Tlie plans and specifications may be
i seen and forms of tender obtained at
, the office of the engineers, Cleveland
&   Cameron,   506-8   Winch   Building,
j Vancouver.
Tlie lowest or any tender may not
be accepted.
C. L. BLIGHT,
| April  23,  1010. C.M.C.
ASSISTANT   JANITOR   WANTED.
TO LKT���SIX-ROOMED COTTAGE.
Vacant May 1. Rent $23. Apply
221 Hartco .treet, evenings, between  (1 and 7.                    	
FOR RENT���SIX-ROOM MODERN
House, Sapperton. $15 per month. P.
_. Secord, 450 Columbia St., Sapperton. Near car terminus. Plione
689.
Wanted���Assistant janitor for the
I Central schools, New Westminster,
1 Applications received until Saturday,
I May 7.
R. LENN1E,
Secretary New Westminster Board of
School Trustees.
New Westminster, April 28, 1010.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and marked on the
envelope "Tender for Power House
Equipment," will he received at the
ollice of the Commissioners of the
JI Transcontinental Hallway, at Ottawa,
��� Ont., until 12 o'clock noon of the 25th
f J day of May. 1910, for the equipment
a necessary for power house In connection with the shops easl of Winnipeg,
including water tube boilers, mechanical stokers, feed water heaters, en-
glnes, generators, air compressors,
pumps.
Plans and specifications may be seen
in tlie ofiice of the Chief Engineer of
tlie Commissioners, Mr. Cordon Grant,
at Ottawa, and in tne ollice of the District Engineer of the Commissioners
at St. Boniface, Manitoba.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed form supplied by
the Commissioners, which may be had
on application to the Chief Engineer
at Ottawa, or to tlie District Engineer
at St. Boniface, Man.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to tlie tender,
and witnessed, and he accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
Hank of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the order of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway,
for a sum equal to ten per cent
(10 p.c.; of the amount of the tender.
Any person whose tender is accepted sliall within ten days alter the acceptance thereof sign the contract,
specifications, and other documents required to be signed, and in any case
of refusal or failure on the part of
the party whose tender is accepted to
complete and execute the contract
with the Commissioners, tlie said
Cheque shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure, and all contract rights acquired by the acceptance of the tender shall be forfeited.
Tlie cheques deposited by parties
whoso tenders are accepted will be
deposited to the credit of the Receiver
General of Canada, as security for the
due and faithful performance of the
contract according to its terms.
The cheque deposited by parties
whose tenders are rejected will be
returned within ten days after the
signing of the contract.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway.
Acres in
townsite;
for today.
Section
$l,i;oo pi
11,   Port   Mann
r   acre.     Terms
Two lots close to Queen's park; splendid view; high and dry. Price
$1,760 for the two; terms. Enquire
about this.
We have a client for two or more lots
on Sixth avenue between Tenth and
Sixteenth streets.
kellingtopTbrosT
Corner  Columbia  and  Begbie   Streets.
Phone 680.
V/e Give Careful Atlenlion
to accounts of corporations, firms and
Individuals, nnd shall be pleasi I to
meet or correspond with th"s,- who
contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts.
If you  haven't  a  Savings  Account
NOW is the best time to start one
New York.    May 8.���Grli
fifty  cats taken  from her b>
clety for the Prevention i
Animals, has unbalanci d I
Miss   Ruby   Hanna.   52 >'(  -
she   will   In    Bent   tO   Belle.
for   11 eat ment.
Two weeks ago the womai
blind and feeble, was found
Bhackle house In the Bronx w
Tl      n I n      I      f r I     Kress and the cats as hei co
Rpnova Kankot lancoa -�� ���",w -��� ��* -**
mil nuyui uuiin ui uiiiluu trom her and sh( wa8 s,,nt ���,
(Incorporated 18891
Capital   Paid-Up    $5,000,000
Reserve        5,700.000
Total  Assets      70.000,000
New   Westminster,   B.  C.  Branch,
F. <smu^e    Manager.
Since then she has si enl all hi
can ssing the two pets and mo
the  others.     She   fought   a   poli
Ben I to aid In getting her to a hi
: until tIk.: cats weie placed In thi
i balance  with  her.
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I
time j
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CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
UNITED BROTHERHOOD OF AMKR-
lea No. 2 meets every Tuesday evening. Cunningham's hall, Sixth
street, Trustees, M. O. Fraser, D.
McNee and W H. Fraser, Vancouver.    All visitors welcome.
Applications will be received by the
undersigned up to May 16, at 5 p. m.,
for the position of City Treasurer.
W.  A.  DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, April 20, 1910.
ADVERTISE   IN  THE  DAILY  NEWS
Dated at Ottawa, April 27, 1910.
Newspapers Inserting this advertisement without authority from the
Commissioners will not be paid for it.
The local agency of the Oliver Typewriter Co., is at 740, Columbia street,
three doors from the B. C. E. It. car
station. It cost you nothing to try
this machine and only a small cash
payment to get one, when satisfied
with your test, save 17 cents a day,
lliat pays the balance. **
KgrssssaggsJgBKaa
HERE IT IS!
Six Lots en bloc, situated
between 8th and 10th avenues
close to Cumberland street, on
the highest point in the city.
Price $1650 for the bunch.
Only $600 cash required, balance easy.        .       .
National Finance Co., Ltd
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
PHONE 515       CURTIS BLOCK       657 COLUMBIA ST ;TURDAY.   MAY  7,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THBJDEL
linnerware
ancy China
"oiletware
AEROPLANE BUSINESS
IN GERMAN! BOOK
Bid LOli HARVEST ON
SASKATCHEWAN RIVER
Flying Machine Company Cannot Meet
Demands   Made  by   Prospective
Air   Navigators.
e    Crates    Just
ened and   Placed
Stock
UP
in
AT
New
EY'S
Columbia  Street���-665
Westminster, B. C.
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, SPECK'S
SPECIALS
evv   and    Second Hand    Furniture   Bought   and   Sold
gents   for   Baynes'    Carriages
and   Capital   Milk   Separators
feecond-Hand     Bicycles    from
$10   to   $25.00
GENERAL   REPAIRING
Berlin, May 5.���The German Wrlghl
j [.lying Machine company announces
that the aeroplane business is booming
! so  vigorously  thai   their factory    at.
I Relnlckendorf-Berlln la unable to supply the demand for machines,
Tho plant's capacity ol tive new machines a month is already fully taxed
by German orders alone, and ii ha.s
been found necessary to fill foreign
orders from a branch works especially
built for the purpose at one ol the big
Hamburg dockyards, a German Wright
biplane  costs   $6,500  exclusive  of  a
i series of lessons to the purchaser,
which cost $31 xtni.
1 Tho company maintains a flying
school at Johannlsthal, outside Berlin,
where a Bpeclal course of instruction
"or military officers is to be opened
Annual   Drive   in   Northern      A'berta
Commences in a Pew Days���Many
Sticks Already in Water.
101
Society
Mrs.   A.   K.   White,  Fourth   street.
will not receive during May.
Mr.   J.   1).   Taylor,   :,'.   P.,   arrived
houic from Ottawa on Thursday.
Miss Villa Hall  has  returned from
a vlsii to the upper country.
Mr. 11. I.. Edmonds visited Mission
on   Wednesday,   where   he   was   the
guest of Dr. and Mis. Stewart.
Edmonton,  May  5.���The harvest  of
���s which has been ra'horcil together
this winter on the banks of the Saskatchewan liver many miles wesl of
Edmonton, and nan of which is al-
1 ead)  on iis way lo lhe local mills, is
estimated at aboul fifteen million feet,  ,,,.
The cut during the while,- of 1909 was tln during Uie        it>
Ightly over ten million feet. Weather
Mr. ami Mrs. George W. Cunningham have hit for a tine- months'
tour 1 in oindi Europe.
Miss Jukes, id' Vancouver, has been
Marlon Mar-
next month. Tin-
to he understood
men in his army
navigation.
Front Street     *
Fhone 275 X
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[ineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
.
WESTMINSTER.    B.   C.
phone   13. Office.   Eighth   St
ncres al Tlmberland
ing Yule road
to
53500
arrange.
balance
re at
S. O. PAULSEN
Timberlancl P
Electric
o
'KS
il
cth St.
S.
eady
one���
A   GOOD     FRIEND     ALWAYS
If you deposil your money for
safety in The Hank of Toronto
il will he safe while you leave
It, and ready when you need it,
und It  will be
e Time
rnlng for you three per cent.
1 ;est. Small or large sums
:  be deposited at any time,
RE
80
Ontaric
BRANCHES
),   Quebec   and   the
West.
PlTAL
ST
.$4,000,000
4,750,000
Kaiser has caused ll
that be wants more
who understand alt-
lion.   Richard   Mclirlde,  premier of
; British Columbia, is the guest of his
mother, Mrs.  A.  li.  McBride,  Royal,
avenue, this week.
Miss  Bipprell,  Mrs.  Cloverdale  Watson.    Mrs.   George   Adams   and    Mis.
Gilley went  to Victoria On  Monday to
attend the Woman's Missionary con-;
t vention, which was held there on Wed-
' nesday.
s
conditions have been ideal for work in
the lumber camps this winter, and the
result has been the large increase I.i
the cut as compared  with  last.  year.
Low water in the river has made log
driving slow work this Bprlng. The
first drive was started on its way
('own hi rea in ahout three weeks ago,
and as yet only a few Stragglers have
reached tlie booms al the local mills.
About one-third of the total cut has
been placed in the river and is being
brought down in several drives.
Loral lumber ih-ahrs state that
there is little likelihood of a shortage
of this commodity this season. The
supply will he quite equal to the demand. Tlie capacity of the three local
niil.s is ahout. 350,000 feet per day.
This will he considerably lowered,
however, hy the burning of tlie Edmonton Lumber company's mill.
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SHOEING
WORK,  AND
X WOOD
* REPAIRING  OF
Mr. Hawkshaw. of Chilliwack. paid
a visit to liis son. Mr. J. E. Hawkshaw,  Fifth  avenue, this week.
Joseph Trav*
^8 iJ
Pi j- e $2,400;  small cash payment,
1 asy
Pi   1
ter ms.
for  li
aad
a\ en ie.   Pri :e only
P I        . 2,20   .
7-roomed house, all modern,
balai   '��� $20 p< r month.
- roomed h iu ie closi  to cat    Pri 0 on
Ro      ��� e;    I 1 ; .good   loi atlon.
contei ���   ash.
10 room model n house on I il Blze lol on "���
$3,800.   Easy terms,
imed modern ho        '    ���   I ���       lumbia    treet.
Tv 0 5-roomed 1 Price only $1,       ���. ���       on 1
terms.
U-roomed bouse;  cb    ���' In,  Prlci   -;'    - ��� 1 n easy terms.
We have I    ises fot In all part   of the < Ity an I on very ea /
tei 1    .   Consull ua II you want to buj a home.
Two lets on Twelfth Btreet   Price only $900 tor the two; i-2 cash,
I .   er two yeai s.
Tv. 1 lots on Twelfta Btreet  car line.    Price only $850 each;   1-3
cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
Two lots corner of Regina  l-slze lot on Third avenue.   Price only
$2,1 : 1-3 cash, balance '1 and 1 ' months.
Two lots on corner of Seventh   avenue  and  Fourth  street.     Price
$1,300;  l 3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months,
one full-sized lot  on  Nanaimo Btreet.   Price $650.
Lois   13   and   14   near   Windsor   street    hacking   on   Cunningham
sti eet.   $2,100 per let. 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Lot on Hamilton street.   Price $650 on terms.
trie Light surpasses the Coal Oil |
��� :. Gat     Costs U ss ami giv< s
See t    abo it the lighting
oi . tore,
Two lots on Edinburgh street
for the two.
We have also 5 and 10-acre
an.l up.    See us about them.
close to Twelfth street.   Pi Ice $1,300
blocks In  Surrey  ranging from  $125
Phone 301
REAL ESTATE
Walker Block. Next to Todd's  Music  House
AUCTIONEER
Phone 703
Miss Gwendoline Harvey, who has
hi en visiting her sister, Mrs. Harold
Winterbourne, of Soattk', came home
on Wednesday.
Mi-. William Fraser, of Kelowna,
arrivi d In the city on Saturday to
spend a month with her brother, Mr.
C. il. Stuart-Wade.
Mr. and Mrs. I). Maclachlan and
their daughter, Miss Jessie Maclachlan, ol Sydney, N. S., have been the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John McKenzie-
Mrs. William Love, of Vancou-.er,
Is the guest of her mother, Mrs. William Johnson, Agnes street.
Mis. W. A. Munro and Mrs. Clarence M. Marpole, of Vancouver, visited
the city (luring the w< ek.
Miss Kathleen Henderson bad a
few friends in at the home of her
uncle. Mr. Henry Morey, Eighth street,
on Wednesday, when a 'delightful musical evening was enjoyed. Among
those present were Mrs. Whittain,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Herring,
Miss Herring, Mr. Victor Herring,
Miss Rowan, Mr. Arthur Insley, Miss
Wise, Miss Birtch, Mr. G. Gilchrist,
Miss Mahoney, Mr. J. Mahoney,
A marriage of considerable interest
to many in New Westminster took
place in Winnipeg last week, when
Miss .Marjorie Wade, daughter of Mr,
P. C. Wade, K. C, was married to
Mr. Henry C. Chrlmes, of Vancouver.
The Misses Corbould, Third street,
will not receive until the autumn.
Miss Morrison, who has resigned
from the teaching staff, was tbe gues.
of honor at a tea given in Miss Marshall's room, Lord Kelvin school, on
Pi iday of last week.
One of the jolliest house dances of
the e as in was given at the residence
of   Mis.   Alexandei   Charleson,   First
: i. ���,     v. hi a a number of fi iends surprised   that   gracious   hostess.     The
floors wete cleared for dancing, which
was kepi up until a 1 tte hour.   Those
pre enl included Mrs. Charleson, Mrs.
. Mr. and Mis. G. Br ice Cor-
b    . I,  Mrs.   E,  O.  S.  Schofl Id   (Vic-
tori   |,   MisB   Coi bould,   Miss   Claire
Coiboul i.   Miss   Vi   i   Coib iul i.   Mr,
and A. <:. Ed ly, Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
.  Mr.  and  Mrs.  li.  L.  Ed-
dr. and  Mrs. .1. 11. Diamond,
I   ���   tima  !.   i) y, Miss
i.       ��� . ' i :   Muriel Cottpn, Miss
1   i  ��� cGowan, M s.   Mai li n
Martin,   Miss   A li e   Rickn a i,   .  la i
anee Si il h, Mil s Alma Lewis, i
Miss Nora Armstrong, >: i ~ s Lillooet
Armstrong, Mis i Eleanoi Brown, Mlsa
Gertrude Brown, Mr. Bryce Brown,
Mr. Prank Major, Mr. Nigel O'Brian,
Mr. Cellery, Mr. Allen, Mr. Adams," Mr.
Whealler, Mr. Wilfred Rlckman, Mr.
C. Leamy, Mr. Lindsay, Mr. Mother-
well, Mr. Douglas Wright, Mr. Oswald |
Peele. Mr. Ballock, Mr. Albeit Beatty
ancl Mr. G. Beatty.
KINDS
- Done At-
VICTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone  631
Benson & McMenemy \
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At   Dick   Benson's   Old   Stand,
8th St., Next to Fashion Livery.
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625 Columbia  Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMP3ELL HOPE, C. A. C
And   at   336   Hastings   St.,   W.
Vancouver, B. C.     Phone 3550
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates
of
Given   on   Any
Job   Printing
Kind
Thomson   Blk.
Phone  383
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.
B.C. Mills
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Tbeic was little change in the prevailing prices nt tlie regular weekly
market yesterday. A weak demand
for fowl compelled the price to drop
$1 a dozen, and potatoes also dropped
slightly. There were no apples
brought in.
The market was the best that has
heen held for some weeks, many
farmers coming in for May Day and
took advantage of the occasion to
bring in some produce. There was a
large attendance and most lines were
well represented.
There was a fair supply of beef,
which sold readily.
Lamb and mutton wore short of demand although there was a fair quantity brought in.
Pork was not so plentiful as it.
has been and the demand exceeded
the supply.
There was  a  good  supply  ef  eggs
but  the   demand   was  slower   ilian   it
has   been   and   the   price   dropped   a
-.-cut   a dozen  in   consequence,    The i
reason for the falling off In the  do- ,
lnand of  the staple is accounted for
by the fact that some of the wholesalers  have  recently  Imported  luge
quantities ftoni Alberta and Manitoba
at lower prices than those here. |
There was a lirst .class supply of
all kinds of vegetables and the demand
was fair, altbought some of the stock
was left on the hands of the vendors.
There was a good assortment of
fish of all kinds.
Cut nnd pot flowers, cabbage, tomato
and  cauliflower  plants  were  brought
', in in fair quantities and disposed of
at good prices.
Official Quotations.
' lleef. hindquarters, per lb He
llieef, forequarters, per lb 9c
I Lamb, per  lb 18c
Mutton, per lb Tic
I Veal, large  9 to 10c
Veal, medium 11 to 12c
: Pork, medium, per lb 13c
! Eggs, wholesale, per doz 2fic
, Eggs, retail, per doz 35c
iButter,  wholesale,  per lb 300
1 Butter,  retail,  per lb 35c
Fowl, per doz., live     $10 to 11
[Chickens, per doz., live  $S to 9
Ducks,  per doz $15
Geese, each   $1-50
Potatoes, per ton  $15
Onions, per  sack    $1.50
Turnips, per sack    50c
Carrots, per sack   75c
Beets, per sack  75c' ,
Parsnips, per sack  75e f-r**rrs-***-ii*m**i*~W^
Oil
Westminster
Lots at $150 Each
We have for sale a block of large lets
situated in the very best part of South
Westminster. Will be sold en bloc at
the low price of $150 each. This is
..$100 a lot below anything in the vicinity. Terms, one-third cash; balance,
6, 12 and 18 months.
Lots on 2nd Street
Between 8th and 10th Avenues
Prices from $250 to $375
There is absolutely nothing cheaper to
be got in city property.   This is a good
chance.   Get in now.
The British Canadian Securities
Company, limited.
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:    The Dominion Trust
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THE DAILY  NEWS.
SATURDAY,   MAY
7. 1910.
The Daily News
Published by Tne Dally News Publish-
fng Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
Thousand Guineas races. His win-
| nings for the season amounted to
$148,000. Horse racing was one of
his principal pastimes and his Influence dl 1 much to make the English
turf freer from Hand thin that of
any other racing country in the woild.
'l'he king owned many famous
horses, Including Persimmon, Diimond
Jubilee and Minoru, winners of the
Derby, ami Ambush ll., winner of the
Grand National. His majesty had a
horse. Flaxman, entered in the Grand
National this year, hut ii broke down
in training.
Thnt the kins was dot-ply Interested
In both domestic and foreign politics
every one knew.    As Prince of Wales
he   frequently   visited   the   house of
Tbe serious and painful news which   ]onis an<j there were few more atten-
be. tive listeners to tlie debates. But
whether lie loaned towards tae con-
servatives or towards Hie liberals,
whether   l.s   favored   the   nationalist
l|A
HE WILL VISIT WEST
SATURDAY.   MAY   7,   1910.
Pi'ime Minister Will Address
Meetings in Many Cities
and Towns During Tour.
THE   WORLD'S  SORROW.
w-omes to us of the death of our
loved monarch will cause a pang of
real grief in every heart. No sovereign has ever been so closely held
in the affections of his people as Edward VII., nor has ever king or em-
perior filled so nobly, nor so wisely
and so well, the trying and burdensome part which the sway of the
sceptre of the British Empire involves.
By his noble character, which displayed a remarkable combination of
urbanity, grace and tact, and by his
fjreat power for good King Edward
has, in his all too brief reign of "nine
years, won the reverent admiration
and hearty esteem of the entire world,
and the world will now be united in
a common sorrow.
This sad calamity has, too, come at
a moment when the wise and tactful
services of our late revered ruler were
most seriously needed in the councils
<of the state. The blow is a terrible
one, and would seem to be quite
irreparable. But George, Prince of
Wales, is as yet untried and may, sonic order.
Ceo volente, prove, as all will hope he
may, a worthy successor of his magnificently great, wise and good father.
cause in Ireland or that of the Orangemen, whether he preferred an understanding with France to the one with
Germany, or vice versa, few could say
rtfisitively. This was because his attitude on public questions was so
rarely expressed. When he believed
it wise and for the public good to
make  his  influence  felt   in  affairs of
Ottawa, May G���Sir Wilfrid Laurier
has definitely decided to visit Western
Canada early in July. He will he
away until probably September, ami
will address meetings at Foit William,
Brandon, Yorkton, Sasktoon, Regina,
Weyburii, Moose Jaw, Calgary, ]
ton, Vancouver and Victoria.
Ile  will  be accompanied by
MacDonald,  M. P. for Plctou.
Hon. W. S. Fielding may be able
to accompany the premier, hut is
doubtful at present, as the minister
of finance is leaving for London in a
few days, where he wl 1 meet the Br.t-
TRAVELS TO ARCTIC
TO STUDY WEATHER
IS "*J!%|
Agent of Dominion Meteorological Department En
Route to McKenzie River.
Edmonton, May 5
ney  of   2,500  miles
north  to the mouth
river,  will  be  made
���The long jour-
from Edmonton
of the McKenzie
this summer by
W. E. VV, Jackson, of the meteorological service of the Dominion government, for the purpose of inspecting
'.diiion jlllc meteorological stations established
at various points in the north.
M.
SMITH Co.
LIMITED
state he went about the business so lsh members of the West India trade
quietly that few were aware that he commission and assist them In draw-
had   anything   whatever ,to   do   with   lug up  their final report.
bringing about the results, lie took
no pains, however, to conceal his be
lief In an understanding between
Great Britain and the United States,
which friendly feeling for America
and Americans he inherited from his
mother.
King Fdward was tho most prominent living Free Mason. For more
than thirty-five years lie was identified with the order, during wliich time
he served as grand master of the
grand lodges of Fng
The  premier may also visit  Prince
Ruieit while en the Pacific coast.
FARMERS   AND   DAIRIES
OF   BOSTON   IN   FIGHT
Boston, May ii.���Still plentifully supplied with milk, Boston today watched
with  interest the battle of endurance
between  the contractors and  producers.    On  the one  hand  it  is a  question of how loug the contractors will
nd, Ireland, Soot-   be  able  to  supply  milk  to  the  local
and and Wales, and also grand prior   market without the help of "the farm-
of  the order  of  Knights  Templar  In   ers, while on the other hand the farm-
Mr. Jackson reached the city this
week and is a guest at the King Edward. He expects to leave on Monday
for tlie north, and will travel hy way
of lhe Athabasca river to Lake Athabasca, thence north to tlie Great Slave
lake and down the McKenzie river t"
the Arctic ocean.
The farthest north official government meteorological station which is j
connected up by wire so that lt can report regularly, is at Athabasca Landing, 100 miles north of Edmonton, bai
for several years observations ha
been taken ai various points on th
northern route to thp Arctic by the '
mounted police and others. It is for
the purpose nf visiting these isolated
northern stations that Mr. Jackson is
to make the trip north.
The farthest north station is on Hor-
schell Island, in the Arctic ocean, just
beyond the mouth of the McKenzie
river,  where  for several    years    the ]
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Saturday Night Shoppers
INTERESTING VALUES ON EVERY DAY NEEDS
mounted police stationed on the Island
grand patron of the An-   ers are facing the total wiping out of  havp hpen taking observations.
" '  '   "   '   '     ' "       Mr. Jackson will not  visit the Her-
England an
cient Accepted Scottish Rite of Free
Masonry ln the United Kingdom, having received the thirty-third degree
in that branch of Free Masonry. There
was not a member throughout the
world who took a deeper or more active interest in the affairs of the Ma-
Masonry everywhere re-
the income which they have derived
from the sale of their milk.
No immediately results are expected
from any action which may be taken
by the Legislature, as it Is not believed
committees of investigation so appointed could report inside of several weeks
even if their reports would bring any
schell Island station on this trip, however, but will confine his visits to the
stations in the Interior. He expects
to he absent from the city all summer,
returning   in   the  fall.
British Nation Bereaved
By Loss of Head of Empire;
(Continued from Page 1.)
ceived his hearty an.l unqualified sup- relief.
port  and   his   presence at   important In   view  of   the  representations  of
Masonic functions was always sought the producers to Mayor Fitzgerald, the
for and usually with success. mayor  notified   Chairman   Durgin,   of
From the time of his marriage he the Boston board of health, that It was
was the leading figure In English so- reported much milk unfit for use was
ciety,  and  to  a  great  extent  its  ar- being brought Into Boston and that a
IRELAND'S DRINK BILL
IS YIELDING SLOWLY
Ladies' and
Children's
Cotton Hose,
15c pair
Sample Hose
one-third off
Ladies'     and     childrei
cotton,  cashmere,  lisle    ���    . ,
hose,   plain  and  QOVl ll
A large collections of I   ivi
samples  here  at  one I
biter. Possessed of unrivalled and unfailing tact, of an extremely level
head, and of an altogether unique
knowledge of the world, his majes-
s position as Prince of Wales and
as king endowed him with a sociil
power superior to that enjoyed by any
continental sovereign.
more   thorough  inspection
manded.
de-
UGLINESS NEW VOGUE
OF   LONDON   SOCIETY
London, May 6.���Ugliness is a growing   vogue   amongst   the   ultra   smart
Natives   of   Emerald   Isle   No   Longer
Imbibe   As  of   Yore���Evils
Decreasing.
The Fnglish people are indebted to   sot.
Dublin,  May 0.���While  temperance
inn  Hip ��nnnin��r nf h,q n,L, *"" ""��"-" *���-�������*���<= ?*D -"Uv.,lCU a��   ���..    The latest fad is to make a pet  is veiv Iinlcll lo lhn fole |n 1,-eland at
mg  the opening of the Crimean war   King    Edward    for    many    reforms,  of a chimpanzee.   Several young apes
v"v!(   M''u|. brought about by him in his role as   are at this moment in training  with
This is where you will find it
pays to buy your hosiery. All
sizes, ladies' and chil.lien's
and black cotton stockings
pair   	
tan
per
15c
As   Prince   of   Wales,   his   majesty   social arbiter, and which afforded an   the famous animal importer, Simpson
travelled extensively.    At tbe age of
excellent  indication  of
seven he journeyed to Ireland for the  It Is. thanks to him, for
flrst time, and  in  1855   visited  Paris  hard drinking
lis  character.
. instance, that
isite.1  Paris  hard drinking and coarseness of lan-
"ls,,,');"'e1ius  and  tlle  Princess   g���age went out of fashion.    When he
with   his   tutor   the   prince  was a boy it was considered bad form
walk-I through the west of England  for a gentleman to retire to rest other-
wise  than   intoxicated,   while   almost
with
royal
incognito when fourteen years old, and
later visited for some time in Germany. Many journeys to all parts
of the continent were taken, the prince
generally goin^ incognito under the
name of Baron Renfrew. The prince
decided to visit Canada and the United States in 1860. Arriving at St.
John's he visited .Niagara Falls and
travelled  west,  to Chicago, where lie
was met enthusiastically, although he  rights to remain within its pale,
followed his custom of using the name
of Baron Renfrew.    The
from Chicago to St. Louis and arrived   to which they had m-s^mle i  ami  to
In Washington late in October, where  treat  them  t
every phase spoken was embellished
with appalling blasphemy. And if a
higher tone of morality and a greater
sense of propriety now prevail than
ln the earlier half of the last century,
it is in a great measure due to ihe
unobtrusive but excellent care which
Cross, of Liverpool. These will b,1
duly delivered to the exotic women of
Mayfair who love the freakish and the
bizarre. Of course, the chimpanzee of
high degree will have his little jeweled
collar and gold bracelets, and quite as
naturally chimpanzee parties may be
expected.
.Another phase of the cult of ugliness
is found in the hobble skirt, so called
because of its amazing narrowness,
The fashionable garment of the moment measures only one and three-
quarter yards round the hem.    Sitting
ins
majesty took  to  keep out   of so-  in such a skirt is a feat.   To see a vic-
present the statistics of the country's
drink bill which  have just been  published show that there is still much to
be   done   before   the   undoubted   evils I
caused by the excessive consumption
of alcohol are abolished. The country's j
drink   bill   for   1909   was     something '
over $65,500,000, which in a poor coun-
try   like   Ireland  is   something   enor-1
nious.    To put  it  in another way  the
average expenditure on drink for every
man, woman and child in Ireland was j
about $15.22.    In England the average;
was  somewhat  higher,   amounting   to '
about  $18 a bend, but  in Scotland  it j
was only $13.60.
An alarming feature of the problem
has just come to light in Belfast where
6-inch
Taffeta Ribbon,
25c yard
A  goo;
hand.
vou  can
ciety  those   who   had   forfeited   their   tini of fashion attempting to wrinkle  jt has heen discovered  that the prac
lie met President Buc
He   ber skirt over her knees when she sits
was as ready as any other votary of   clown is now one the sights of London
prince went  pleasure to meet them in the sphere  drawing rooms.   Without those wrinkles, the  skirt would    get    hideously
ere  with   kindness  and
ichanan and spent consideration,  but   he  would  not toi-
S?J��S    n        , Ule White House-  He era,e  thoir  Presence   in houses   that
Visited other places of interest in the were    respectable,    and    took    quiet
f-nH li      ���,   ,01'      "le frora Port- means t0 ellminate them therefrom,
land  Me    The following year he again       One of the  most pleasing traits of
travelled on the continent of Europe King Fdward was
una later spent some time in Egypt home life
am   ilm Holy Land. stories of a  more or less slanderous   frock of the same fashionable shade.
., j ...,..,,,���   ,������,- nature,   which   he   always   considered   Red-heeled  shoes  are  also  a  feature
'���    '"    Uale��   met   the   Princess it beneath his dignity to deny or re-   of the season's footgear.
tice of drinking methylated spirits, or
wood alcohol, is largely on the increase. Of course, the stuif is rank
poison but is cheap and it can ho ob-
baggy. ! talned from chemisis at  times when
Prettier by far is the attempt being ttl0 pubHc houses are closed. An at-
made to introduce colored footwear iu- tempt to deal with the evil was made
to the English smart set. Biscuit-color-1 the other day when the excise au-
ed suede shoes, fastened by tjlue thorlties prosecuted a number of ch em-
enamel  buckles and  with  blue  heels,   ists  for  selling this  form  of alcohol,
is singularly happy   are a novelty intended for wear with
He was the object of many  blue stockings, in conjunction with a
While on  this visit to Europe the nature,   which   he
of   Wales   met   the   Princess it beneath his dlgi
till i  ra ��f Denmark. and their be- fute.    But it  was  only necessary  to
ifi?-.       If anno,ln��Jd  September 9, see   the   king   among   his   family   at
i��b-      The   wedding  eeremnnv  tnnv	
'ig  ceremony took Sandringham. and to observe the at-
���inr   \i      i    1\l(>orgp's chapel at Wind- fection  with which  his  nephews  and
sor  Marcn  10  of the  following year, nieces   spoke   of   "Uncle   Bertie,"   to
and the prince and his wife furnished realize   that   much   that
an establishment at Sandringham  AI
LABORITES AND FARMERS
MAY JOIN  IN  POLITICS
hert Victor, Duke of Clarence
first child, born in 18(14.
1892.    The other children
was the
He died In
n the order
named were Prince George of Wales
. r"   1S'.':   P^'icess  Louise,  Duchess
of Fife, horn
born  1868
1867;   Princess Victoria
was spoken ' St. Louis, May 6.���A plan for a po-
and written about him was absolutely lltlcal un.on of the American Federa-
*also- tion Oi  Labor and the Farmers  Edu
  : cational and    Co-operative    Union of
FLAGS  HALF  MASTED  WHEN ! America,  with   its 3,000,000   members,
NEWS REACHES WESTMINSTER   is  bein     worked out at a conference
  betr.x      labor union and farmers' un-
The death  of  King Edward  yester-  ion  officials  in  this  city,    coincident
with   tli
but the prosecution was unsuccessful
as the prosecutors were unable to
prove that the chemists knew it was
being sold for drinking purposes.
The growth of the temperance movement has just been discussed by the
General Synod of the Church of England and a return was read showing a
marked decline ln the prosecutions for
drunkenness especially in the large
cities. In Limerick, Derry, Belfast and
Dublin, for instance, the decline was
twice the average dec'ino for the
whole country, and a member from
the south of Ireland declared that in
his dlsti let not five percent of the
fanners went  Into  public  houses    on
Federation of Labor, and twenty other  years ago it  was the usual thing,
ca-  labor officials, has been in  executive I 	
k. ,    l rtneess  Maud, Queen  of  ''ay   evening   at   11:15   p.   in.   (coast
ISO way, horn 1800, and Prince Alex- --me, 4:20 p. m.) caused a sensation
anaer, who was born in 1871 and died locally, as few people had- realized
*ne same year. j that the king was seriously ill. Flags,
weiand received  a  visit  from  the  wlll<-'>' bad been flying mast high in
'' /     Ualcs   and   'lis   wife   five   llonor  of  the   May   Day  celebrations,
io.'.'rs ,.ei' tlle>' wpre married, and in , were immediately lowered to half-
WB8      they      travelled      extensively   mast,   the   bells   of   Holy
RnsBlf t.G P;'S'' roturninK through tbedral were tolled out of respect for committee for' three day's, and it Is"am
.,,,:,��� :.,.,.    ,   I',n"ce mat'e his memo-   tlle dead and signs of mourning dis- nounced that his plan will be indorsed.
Tit rwi     ,1t.'-min ]875' , Played by individuals and firms. i    Gompers  denies  any  intention    of
caiiBort thl �� u\, m L of Germany Wllen the sad intelligence became forming a new political party. He
and nrinlc ?el.t!bration ��* the prince known ln Vancouver, the baseball hopes, he says, to induce the agricul-
���i ���ii,' ������ mtT annlV(>rsary to be game in progress between Seattle and turalists of the country to nominate
PriVlnL i     ��� eIdest  ^tighter; Vancouver was abandoned, this hap- and elect men favorable to the better-
will    .V.0,llsp- was married to the ; penlng in the fifth inning when ���"'-  	
Kail of Fife in 1889.     Princess Maud i side hild V* scored a run.
or    Wales    was    married
Charles of  Denmark  in   1894  and in I CREDITOR FORECLOSES ON
MANSION   OF   CONVICT
market days.   The old custom of bind-
farmers' rally now  in  pro-ling a bargain over a glass of whisky,
gress. | which  usually meant  several  glasses,
Samuel Gompers, president of tho Is almost extinct and a well-to-do farm-
American Fed; ration of Labor, is be- er under Ihe Influence of liquor is now
hind the movement. He. with Frank]a sight so rare on market and fair
Morrison,  secretary of  the  American ' days  as to attract attention.    A   few
Prince
UWtJj.  became King'-anii"^ 5
185PCtt?pS?th "IQueen Victori* '"
the tl 1 r^Ce ��f VValea ������umed
tlie title of King Edward  VII     With
-Queen Alexandra he was crowned with
great ceremony in Westminster Abbey, August 9, 1902. On the eve of
the date originally fixed for the coronation which was earlier in the summer, the king suffered an attack of
Illness and was obliged to undergo a
serious operation. For a time It was
feared his life was in danger As a
ruler the king displayed the same tact
and   polit cal   sagacity   that   had  dis-
1 rinco of u'. for so ma"y years as
i i nice  of  Wales.
All his long life his majesty was a
-champion of outdoor sport, and each
year his stable carried  away a long
list of the most costly  prizes offered
-Mil p- '"Kl,s,h ""'f' In 1!,0��- while
sti 1 Prince of Wales, he headed tho
llBt of winning owners, gaining the
"triple crown" hy capturing the
Derby,   the   St.   Leger   and   the  Two
Xew York, May (I.���Foreclosure pro- j
ceedings again are pending against
the Charles W. Morse residence in I
Fifth Avenue, which is still occupied J
by Mrs. Morse. The property was sold j
last year under a second mortgage, |
and the title has been held since then |
by a corporation which was declared I
to have been acting for Mr, Morse.     |
The corporation mortgaged the prop-
erty again for $350,000 and It is on this !
mortgage that foreclosure proceedings
have   been    begun.    The    complaint j
slates  that    interest    amounting    toi
$8,200 and taxes of $5,400 are unpaid.
SCIENTIFIC  EXPEDITION
BACK   FROM   ORIENT
Tinsmiths on Strike.
Hamilton, May 6.���The tinsmiths
of tiiis city walked out. this morning
after being refused an increase In
wages of five cents per hour. They
have been receiving thirty cents and
want thirty-five. One hundred smiths
and one hundred helpers are affected.
San Francisco, May 6.���After a
thirty months' cruise in Philippine
waters with a party of scientists who
discovered, it is reported, many new
deep sea creatures, the fish and game
commission's expedition, arrived here
yesterday on the steamship Albatross.
Only a few minor specimens were
brought back on the vessel, all the
important ones having been shipped
direct, from Manilla to the Smithsonian
Institute.
The Albatross went as far south as
the Celebes Islands and visited  hun- j
dreds of harbors and Inlets in the ar-1
chlpelago lying between   Luzon    and
Borneo.
Austrians Coming West.
Halifax, May (1.���The steamer Ba-
dinla arrived here today from Hamburg, landing 349 passengers, most
of whom are Austrians bound for Winnipeg.
range of colors Mill on
This is the hest value
procure al the price.
compare it. ���'> Inches wide, per
yard      25c
Fabric Gloves
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A large quantity of travellers'
sample   fabric   gloes   In   every
shade and style that is made.
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Values to ti'ic, "ac, per pr. ..40c
Values to 45c, per pair  ...25c
Children's
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A   varied  assortment   of dainty
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$1.00 Hair
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Premier Murray's Condition.
Halifax,   .May   6.���Premier   Murray
passed a good night but his condition
is   generally   supposed   to   bo   worse
than has been reported.
Time  to   Burn.
This little apologue on this question
of hustle and work was probably called into being by some paragraphic serf
wearing the collar of a daily paper.
"Can't you come with us to the picnic today, papa?" asked the beautiful
girl.
"No," snapped the modern business
man, "I haven't time."
"Won't you come with us to the seaside?" asked his patient wife.
"I haven't time," ancl he hurried
away to his stuffy office to roll up a
few more thousands.
"The fellows are getting up a hunting trip. Won't you make one of the
party?" asked his old college chum.
"I haven't time. I haven't time!" bo
shrieked ns he rushed back Into the
thick of tho struggle for useless
wealth.
Presently when his fortune had been
made many time over and he was still
at work as eagerly as ever, Heath
touched him on the shoulder.
"Come with mo," said Death.
"I haven't time," he snarled.
"O yes you have," said Death. "You
have time to burn."
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1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE HVE.
CORONATION Of MAY QUEEN
PERFORMED BEf ORE VAST THRONG
LOOMS LARGE IN
EYES Of EASTERNERS
BANK CLEARINGS SHOW
GOOD BUSINESS IN CANAOA |
: i
lary
Keary,  Fortieth  Sovereign  to Wear   the Coveted
Flower Cro . n, is Proclaimed Queen.    Thousands
of Children Participate in Ceremonies
British Columbia Prospects
the Cynosure of all Eyes
in the East.
Xew    York,    May    fi.���Bradstreets
weekly hank clearings
Dec.
Montreal   $40,618,000
Winnipeg   18,006,000
Toronto      32,936,000
Van-Oliver  ....    9,428,000
Ottawa        4,242,000
Keary was crowned Queen of
, v yesterday with the most suc-
fceremoiies that have evei, at-
11 [1(,ion   of  the   kind   since
(lei    '*    ''""
inception forty year* ago
weather   was   all   that
,���1   and   all    morning
nnd three small  girls
could
little
(U'Sii   ^^
.1   B     Of     tWO     	
' ��� , (��� white could be seen in
lhvl' ' . of the city, discussing
siloing to happen in tbe after-
btS peculating'on May matters
and made the following speech to her |
subjects:
"Proud and   grateful   am   I   of  the
honor you have done me In choosing
me from many worthier as the Queen !
of the May In this year when grand   , ~ ,    , ..  _
things will be the portion of New I Vollans. who left for Fort George last
Westminster. I sincerely hope to be I night, said yesterday before leaving,
worthy of the long line of queens I that in the course of a lour of the
who    year    after    year    have    been '
Victoria, May 5.���Norman S. Mac-
Millan, one of the most prominent
business men of Winnipeg, president
of the Dunsheath MacMillan
company and senior member of the
big real estate firm of MacMillan &
Calgary
Hamilton   ....
Victoria   	
Edmonton   ..,
Quebec  	
Grain |**uTf�� ���'���������'���
St. John N. B.
London, Ont. .
     year
crowned from this throne, first erected
' In  187(J.    She  who  was  acclaimed  as
j queen   that   day   could   hardly   have
I dreamed that today, forty years later,
ineral. /.hose   who 'in   \h\.-L   city   would   do
jcesslon formed at the corner j honor to the Queen of May would be
so many. And I look around today
on the happy, happy faces of my loyal
subjects, l am Inspired to be in
thought and work and deed a very
queen among you.
Anil   you.   I   know,  will   be faithful
streets
and
lie pi-.
'arnarvon and Lorne ���
ti i sharp on time under the lead-
l  Si I ('roll, who was mounted
small pony and dressed in kilts.
i   came  the city band  under the
ship of J. W. Kushton.
al carriage, beautifully deeo-
eastern provinces which he had just
concluded, he was struck with the
amount of inquiry as to British Columbia property. Mr. MacMillan stated
that eastern Canada was better informed as to conditions than many
residents of the province themselves.
Mr. MacMillan has large business
interests here and believes there is
no quest ion as to British Columbia's
great future. "It is my opinion that
in productiveness an acre of land in
2,765,000
2,099,000
1,557,000
1,381,000
1,499,000
2,744 Odd
1,475,000
1,4119,000
3!i.
1.6
Inc.
13.0
1.2
9.8
90.8
15.5
82.2
29.0
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26.
Favor Grant for University.
Calgary, May C���The board of control  of  this city  favored  a  grant cf
$150,000 for the new New University
of Calgary at a meeting last night.
ll
The South West
quarter of Section 16,
Township 10.
160 acres at $50
an acre.
:    "I
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and true followers, fit subjects of the  this province is worth two acres any
,��� ,v..l carriage beaiiuiuny uow ana true ioitowers, in buujcw.b ui w�� -"��- i���� --; - '���,,,,.,-
; 'i h ftower I of all descriptions May Qwcn-a realm, laughing through where else to Canada said he
1  ��ith  Iiowein   .,.'.'.  ,,,.���  ,i.���  i^.^i.ir,.   ma torn  of;     Mr. > ac.Mi  an is going to i-1. (
the year like the laughing waters of i Mr. MacMillan is going to Ft. George
the spring-time brooks, singing to look over large interests he has
through the days of 1910 like the there and he forecasts a great future
birds in May, whistling down the way for that town and district.
of life like the winds of a May morn- j Referring to the growth of Winni-
ing, doing the little tasks of each day peg, Mr. MacMillan said that the build-
^^^H like the good fairies of tiie wildwood.   Ing  permits  for    the    present    year
u....     the   master   ye8^ l am BUre my ]itt]e people will   amounted to $5,000,000, which was an
monies, Alderman  J.  J- John-   1)e  'tll(,  Ki;uia(,st,  happiest, best,  that  advance of $3,000,000 over the total of
ist   year's  master,  J.  J.  Cam-   flnv   qU(Jtm   evfer   ruled.     From   my   last   year.    Winnipeg  was  humming.
W.   A.   Qilley   and   Alderman   heart   1  wish  you joy  and  happiness | The  great  fair of  1014  was  assured
bil bearing the May- Queen, the ex
���Lien  and  the  four  mails  of  honor
i;4Ssn������   !e\t.    The Hoy's hiigade under
���the    ��� oininand    of    Captain     Burnett
. fori;-  I a guaid of honor to the royal
' ��qu.; a-.:e.     Captain   l'e -le    ;-   ��������"   "ni
lorn., inarched  with the hoys.
Hk   carriage  contalnlnj    ""'"
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Day committees J
_   otninent
ested ln the celebration.
e bugle band of the I). C. O. R,
8 next In line and following them
B a detachments of about 120 Boy
mts, under the command of Ser-
int Major Hind, of Vancouver,
lozens of automobiles and carriages
.ring   many   of  the  little   git Is   of
w   Westminster   followed   the   sol-
irs   and   the   rear   was   well   taken
>- of by the Hayseed band, which,
i.  t.d   by  the   baton   of   \V.   C,   R.
discoursed   sweet   and   other
isle  along  the   route.
rhe procession reached the grounds
ortly  after-   two   o'clbck   and   the
remony of coronation was not long
ivi I      The   May   Queen's   throne,
>.:���    decorated   with    ribbons   and
irounded by four smaller poles, al-
Ihe   counterpart of  the   central
ive   the   field   a   lovely   appear-
ea.' %
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85: ip
^^^^^^^ . . neari  i wish you ju��  ami l��k.uV.     	
came next, and following there   ,lI1(1 aU ROO(1 ti,jng8 throughout all the [and it was indicated at a meeting held
arrlages bearing the members   days of Ule glad new year ������ i just before he left that the business
different May Day committees j    The 8perci, waa received  with vo-1 men of the city alone, by subscription,
ae  of  the  prominent citizens   ciferous applause, and at its conclu-  would raise half the money required to
sion   three  cheers  and  a  tiger  were   the fair fund,
given   for  the   youthful   queen.
During the ceremony of the corona- ������
Hon the crowd was kept back from
the May Poles by the Baden-Powell
Scouts, who formed a ring and with
their staves made a solid line around
the   scene  of  activity.
Immediately after the crowning the
signal was given and scores of pretty-
little girls seized  the ribbons of the i
May Pole and started to dance around j First  Official   Baseball   Game  of  Sea
them.    This dance was continued for I
several  minutes  and  then  the  poles
were  taken   down   and   the   ribbons j
given to the little girls taking part.
Then the crowd scattered to all
quarters of the field, but the children
all knew which direction to take and
flocked towards the exhibition buildings where the candies were to be
given out. The boys were supplied
in the main buildings and the girls
in the women's building. They were
all allowed in the building and as they
passed out each one was given a large I"*   ""���   ������-*    ���   	
bag of candies and an Orange. .Judging ' J- 1->"11<'h "��������� occupy the seat of judg
by the way the children streamed out
of the building there must have been
two or three  thousand of  them supplied.
lt   might   have   been   well   for  the
sjieed   of   the   races   which   followed
Keary,   Queen   of   the   May;
Hale,   hist   year's   queen,   and
ur maids of honor, Noel  Arm-
. Mary Mallns, .lean Runcle and
Atherton, were all given seats
raised  platform and the cere-
���\ as proceeded with.
Cambridge, last year's master
monies, started the ball rolling
mg  on .1.  .1.  .lohnston  for  hi
ALERTS AND BALMORALS
OPEN CITY LEAGUE TODAY
son at Queen's Park���Fred Lynch
to   Umpire.
The Alerts and Balmorals will open
the city baseball league .today at
Queen's park. The game starts at
three  o'clock.
The Alerts and Balmorals are considered of about equal strength, but
today's game will give a better idea
of  the way  the  teams  stand.    Fred
F.dison Gem, price $19.50
Edison Fireside, price .. $28.60
Edison Standard, price . ��� $39.00
Fdison Home, price ��� ���. . $52.00
Edison Triumph, price  , ��� $78.00
Call  and   Inspect Our  Stock
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Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
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3.    Alderman Johnston, next to   the distribution of the candies if the
ay   Queen,  the  most important   ,,,-der had been reversed, for not even
run  his
dark
bani
. .50c
isonage on the field, in a brief ad-
ive :i welcome to all the chilli the park,    lie was pleased to
Ii    the master of ceremonies on the
greatest  celebration In  the history of
Day  in   New  Westminster.    May
I Hay was lirst of all children's day
I he wanted them to have a good
: ��� no mutter how the elders en-
. | hemselves. He then Intro*
�� the two queens and tlie maids
I' nor,   who  stood   up  and  bowed
It       acknowledgments to the chorus
���that greeted them.
Helen Hale, the ex-May Queen, then
j; her   speech   of   resignation   as
tollows:    ^^^^^^ ^k*m
a   youngster can  .
handicapped with a couple ef pounds
of candies. However, all the races
were well contested an.l evoked a
great deal of Interest among the children.
A teat ure of tlie day was automobile rides around the park. There
were three or four autos filled all
afternoon with relays of happy children.
ment. The Balmoral team is as follows: Pitcher, C. Smith; catcher.
Frank Bilodeair. first base. \Y. E. Sinclair; second base, R. G. Smith;
short stop, J. W. Deildal; third base,
C. Stein; left field, F. O. Canfield;
centre, H. Ryall; right field, U. Wright.
The Alerts will be chosen from the
best when following players: McPhail, Brown,
Yuill, Jamleson, Reilly, Glass, Fletcher, Denny, Wilkie. Mathers, Daniels
Her/.. Peck, Sabourln.
��� ".���__���_.__?��� r||  The Timberland Lumber Company,  Ltd.
646 Columbia Street.
We buy ior cash and se.l for the same.
FARMER DEVELOPS HENS
THAT   LAY  BLACK   EGGS
"1 have only words of the sincerest   the pieces Indulged In
Norwich, N.Y.,    May fi.���Frank    .1.
, Jedrich, a farmer of Oxford, N.Y.. has
During  the  afternoon  all  kinds  of (developed a  breed  of  hens  that  lay
nn   setnent  was created  by the Hay-   black eggs.    He produced this res,
seed 1 an 1   which broke out in most   he   says,   by   feeding  the   hens  with
unexpected   places   with   most   unex-   fine coal dust.    The shells have been
,"c,.d tunes     The (lead march from  analyzed   nnd   are   found  to   contain
Saul" and "llhfvatha" were some of  particles of coal dust
-'*-... ,A .,.,,,..,1 li, ir     tr,     llo/lrl
According to  Dedrlch, experiments
Sthanks for my many friends for their
kind services during my rule. The
tgiven time for me to wear the crown
llias now passed away and I am Joining the ranks of my famous forerun-
ers in power. None but the klndli-
-' thoughts fill hy heart at remem-
erlng the short year of my reign.
liner my last coronation this truly
froyai cltv has wonderfully prospered.
'Seu in. ������, r	
Most of the children left  the park are now being made to determine the
about   flve  o'clock,  expecting  to  re- value of the eggs as fuel,
turn ln the evening, but on the way
back the procession was met with the  ______________
Edward   Vll.
had
news   that   King    ^^^^^^^^^^
passed away. ,
A hurried meeting of the full com-1
mittee  met ln the Russell hotel and
lifter a short discussion it was unan-
>.>>o euy  hub wonuernuiy priwywou,   imously decided that  lt   would he Im-
rospered to a greater extent than auy   possible to go on with the festhities.
>,,���.. -"������ '-       ���       -���- '���������        All thoughts of a ball In the even-
were   abandoned,   an.l   though   a
people went  up to the park ln
evening, they found the doors of
rail closed and wore told that the
Other city in Canada.    1 am much Im
bressed with the bearing of my body   ing
(guard,  the  Boy's  brigade, who  look   f,-w
eoldlers    In   every    inch.    My    best   the
���wishes are with you all in your future   the
conclude by  wishing  my
May   Queen,  a  Joy-
next
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ball had been indefinitely postponed
in the meantime the banquet given
every vein- by the retiring queen was
held' in tlie Hotel Russell. Arange-
incuts had all been completed and as
,,.,��� |t wns not u public function Is was
the fortieth Queen of "the May not thought necessary to postpone it.
the third or the dynasty, her snort speeches were made by J. J.
��i'Mher and her sister having filled .lohnston. J. J. Cambridge and Gap-
the throne on different occasions in tain Peele. Those present were tne
past years. above  mentioned,  the  queen   the  ex-
When the applause had died  away   queen, tbe maids of honor and  Mrs.
the little queen rose from her throne   Bovers and Mrs. Runcle, of \ancouver.
flit,    and    1
Hriend,  thi
fous reign.' .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
At the conclusion of her speech Miss
[ale croWned the May Queen with
the ciown or flowers, thereby making
her
and
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From 11:30 to 2:30
SATURDAY,  MAY  7,  1910.
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New   Westminster,  B.  C.
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New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
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Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P. M. dally except Saturday, and
on Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at B. C. E. R. ticket office and on board steamer. Electric cars leave Steveston every hour (on the half-hour) (or Vancouver.
See the Famous Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, $1.
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BASEBALL IS MERCENARY.
reacher Will Not Allow Son to  Enter Professional Game.
Sardls, Mississippi, May tl.���Rev. Dr.
nil, Methodist minister, and the
father of Robert Mitchell, State University pitcher, who has just agreed
to a trial offer by the Chicago Natlon-
;'1��. says baseball Is a "cold-blooded
tnoney-maklng business nowadays,
and that no element of sport lies ln
1 ' -amp of today." For that reason
he will forbid his son to enter the
Professional field.
They Want Spring.
Ontario does not seem to have sufficient material, so Charlie Querrie has
made an offer to Clifford Spirng. who
claims Westminster as hts home,
Where the Minto cup is not resting,
and In the winning of which Spring
1 was Instrumental. He Is one of the
very best men on the coast, and Is a
pupil of good old Dad Turnbull. Should
he decide to come east, which Is highly
improbable, the Indians' home division
will be greatly strengthened. Spring,
unlike a great many lacrosse players
has a habit of using his head, and th 8
fact ought also to prove a valuaIt
asset to the Indians, who . o not
been very flush in grey matter on
fhThome outside of the managerjor
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Vermicelli-Tomato
FISH
Fried Oollchans with Sliced Lemon
SALAD
Potato Salad with Mayonnaise
BOILED
Boiled Corned Pork with Turnips
' ENTREES
Stewed   Breast of  Lamb   with  Dumplings
Hamburger Steak with Onions
Minced Chicken with Poached Egg
ROASTS
Sirloin of Beef, Brown Gravy
Leg of Veal with Dressing
Shoulder of Mutton with Jelly
VEGETABLES
Boiled and Mashed Potatoes
Stewed Parsnips ln Cream
DESSERT
Pumpkin, Apple and Peach Pie
Cottage Pudding Custard Sauce
3  dozen Strictly  Fresh
Eggs for
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Tea Coffee
Dinner from 5 to 8
Milk
want
English Boxers Coming.
New York, May fi.���Two more light-
weights are on their wav to this coun- 	
try, looking  for   new  laurels.    They  tne pome ouwu<r ��.��---   Here is
;""   Bob   Delanov.     a   comparatively  the past one or two sum ns. jf   ,f   you
newcomer,   and   Digger   Stanley,   the  hoping   they   secure   BP:""��;,       At appetizing   or
English bantamweight champion.    De- h.   Is  not a  product 0   O   ni io ?02 and your order will be ready when
laney seeks a match with Abo Attell,  any  rate,  bis coach was an oi ��_.   you   arrive   at   The   Bohemian   Cafe
:""1 Stanley Is after Johnny Coulon's I boy,   and  that   ought    o   l
scalp. Ibest.���Mall and Empire.
something   dainty   and
are   In   a   hurry   phone
Fresh Calif or nian Creamery Butter, per lb.
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_** REDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms
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THE DAILY NEWS,
SATURDAY,   MAY  7
1910.
Values
Irreproachable
in Two-Piece
Summer
Suits
Values that are positively not equalled
elsewhere
SEE THEM and   it is   appreciated.
WEAR THEM and it will be
fully realized.
Proper Styles and  Fabrics  for
men in all walks of life.
HALLtY'S COMET IS
INTERESTING BODY
Description of Heavenly
Bodies ��� Difference Between Planets and Stars.
FULLY   GUARANTEED   SUITS
$10.00,   $12.00   to  $20.00  Two-Piece
THE BEST IN STRAW HATS AND  PANAMAS
(Hy w. B. Elmer.)
II has been suggested that this being a time when everyone is more or
less interested in (lie visit O* Halley's
comet that, perhaos one or two articles treating of h\i vriy bvdles and
more particularly of cornels, would interest and instruct the :eai'er
As we look out ie.io Ihe sky we
j see the sun, planets, moO'i asteroids,
] meteors, stars .:iid .,'ouets.
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The   sun   we  kno-\   lo   h<-   a    huge
1 spherical   mass  of  l-rniri.    gas, shining by its ow-i liphl  an 1 giving   off
its own he i'..     VVo  say   huge  because
if the center of the sun w<re placed
.where the center of the earth is the
' moon would need to he twice as far
fiom  the center as it now is, in  order to rest on the sun's surface.    In
j other words the diameter of the   sun
t is  about twice  the  diameter of    the
| moon's  orbit.    The  sun   is   supposed
to  revolve on  its axis, as does    the
I earth and  to  have a slight    forward
motion through the  heavens.
Planets.
The planets, eight in number,   are
more or less cold, solid, bodies traveling around the sun  in  nearly clrcu
J lar  paths.    The  names of these eight
'planets   are   .Mercury,   Venus,  Earth,
j .Mars,   Jupiter,   Saturn,   I'i anus     and
I Neptune, and    are    named  in    order,
1 from the Sun outward.    The Interested reader will take a piece of paper
about 12 inches square and draw nine
(circles  having   the   same   center   and
leach circle one inch linger in diameter than llie last one drawn.    Number
I these circles  1  to 9, beginning    with
ithe smallest.   These circles represent
the   paths   of   the     plaint.-;     as   they
'move around the sun.    At  the    common center of I hese i Ircles l< icate the
sun by means of a dot.   On all circles
except   the   fifth   locate    similar  dots.
These dots represent the planets and
can be named a?- before Indicated,
Asteroids.
Traveling  aboul   the  sun   in  a   path
: found   bei ween   Mars and Juplti
!  the fifth eii cle, are the bo called asteroids or planetoids.    Ii  Is supposed
thai   these asteroids of which    there
are  millions,  are  the  remains  of   a
larger   planet   that     used   to     follow
this  path, but  which  has hmg slnca
been broken up Into fragments.
All planets including the asteroids
shine only by reflecting light. We ��� e
them because of the facl thai the sun
light strikes '.hem and the light Is
refh eti :l i ack to our eye in much
the same manner that a mirror reflects light. Venus, Mercury, Mais.
and Jupiter can be seen with tho
naked ,\o at ci itain Limes of the
year. Saturn. Dranus, Neptune and
; the asten Ids can be seen only by the
use of telescopes.
Stars.
While the planets look like stars to
J the   causual   observer,   we   must   nol
confuse them   with  stars If we wish
'to have a right understanding of the
matter.     Stars   are   very   similar   to,
if   not  exactly   like  our  sun. and   can
'therefore he called sans.    Tiny shine
by their own light ami give off their
own   heat.    Furthermore,  there is  no
perceptible  motion of the  stars,    as
we know that the stars forming the
big  dipper  have  always  heen   In   position to form  the  big dipper.   Planets
on   the other  hand    are    continually
changing their positions.
Moon.
The moon   is   a   (old    solid    body
traveling around tl.e earth In    much
the   same   manner,   that   the   planets
travel around tho ei.r,   li is iut'-n-st-
ing to note that all planets with the
possible exc-ption   nf    Mercury, possesses one or  more of these    moons,
which are frep.mt'y called   Batelites.
i Venus possesses one i oon, the Earth
one,   Mais   two,   Jupiter  four,   Saturn
! eight,  Uranus It ui  .-'. i  Neptune one.
Tbe interested  n.-dt:     will  complete
he  diagram  started  above  by ;lraw
ng paths of the moons abou   tl olr
s:ar seen in the heavens is the center
of similar solar s; stems, some larger,
some smaller than ours. The distance
Of the stars is so great however that
we have been unable to discover plan
ets attending these suns. AH comets
controlled hy our sun. which would
include Halley's comet, comprise a
part of the solar system.
The Control of the So'ar System.
The sun controls all parts of our
solar system in much the same manner that a stone tied to a sti ing can
bo whirled in a circle and he controlled hy lhe hand. The hand compares to the sun, the stone to one of
our planets and the pull of Ha- suing
to the gravity pull the sun has for all
lhe planets. If the string breaks, lhe
stones files off in a straight path, tangent to its former circular path. If
the gravity pull of the sun should
suddenly cease the planets would follow a straight path which would he
tangent to their present circular paths.
If the planets should suddenly cease
lo have a circular motion ahout the
sun. they would Immediately fall upon
ithe sun.
Comets.
From time to time the bodies of a
very different character from the plan
ets make their appearance in the
heavens, remain visible for some
weeks or months, move over a longer
or shorter path among the stars and
I hen vanish. These are comets or
"hairy stars" as the word means,
since the appearance of such as are
, bright, enough to he visible to the
naked eye Is that of a star surrounded
hy a hazy cloud, and usually carrying I tolly
DAILY NEWS RECEIVES
BIO ORDER FROM NEW
Editor   Is   Appointed   General   Bu
Agent for National Picture C
lector���D.  S.  Bogart.
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The fame of the city of \,
minster is spreading far anu
has   already   reached   2jJ7   Wi      q��� j
Hundred and Forty-Eight
Vork City, whence D, S. I  ��������� K
the following interestin
editor of the  Daily  Ne ,v i:
Dear Sir,���The writei Is a
to you and 1 take this liberty
ing a personal favor.
l have a collection of pi
cards of nearly   all the prim I
of the l'nited States and I v.
much like to have some vlev
couver   and   Westminster  ainn
collection.
Will you he so kind as to       | 1(
by  mail a tew  postal  view
business section,    streets.
parks,   lakes,  shipping   dli I
front���in fact anything will
factory   to  mo   and   1   will
your lavor.
1 enclose ten cents for C
cover   postage.   With   man>
advance,  and   remain,   youi
with it a streaming tail of light.    Some
of them have been magnificent objects,
jthe nucleus, or central body, as hril-
! liant as Venus, and visible men by
day, while the clouded head was nearly as large as the sun Itself and the
tail extended from the horizon to Ihe
zenith,���a train of shining suhslanee
j long enough to reach from the earth
to the sun. The majority of comets,
however, are faint and visible only
with a telescope.
D. S. 1
To  satisfy   Mr.   Bogart's
views of Wi stminster, the
has added another dime t<
tance and will  spend  the
ty cents on pictures and p
' Any postcard collectors
who  desire   views   of   Ne ���
may send a pictorial me:
Bogarl  to that effect.    He
find space for the roi|iics'
in  his national   collection.
The following letter, one out of a large number, slmws what go
The New Westminster Courie*
is accomplishing for this city and m   jhborhood:���
"Vegri wile.  Alia. Ma
"Manager New Westmln ter Courier: ���
"Klndlj   favor  me wl c ipj of the 'Con   er' as 1 inti
im: with mj ta'mil) in your clt)  In the oeai    i
"Youi s tru
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CHILLIWACK
Containing 33 rooms. New bedding
and furniture throughout. Dining-
room, bar room, two card rooms,
bath rooms electric light, etc. Beautifully situated in the heart ol the town.
PRICE $16,000, Easy Terms
Exclusive Sale by
Brening & Co.
Rcom 5 & 6, Merchants Bank Building    Phcne 686
Cor. Columbia and Begbie Streets
New Westminster, B. C.
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ii   many
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amis,   pi o >ai
teroirts that, i.o
power of .he
through the  f.
become heated
friction with tlie u'r As oar air is
not over 200 ,.i !< -, Pfip these meteors
aie never more than that dis; mc
rom us Mid many tin es much nea.er.
Meteors are ofte i < ailed shooting
Btars, hut it shou'd he unders o ,l
that in-1- ors ; re i. it stai s in any
sens." of the word, &lais are suns
many ti:..< g further f'om us than our
own sun, and <.'.. it :s 90,000,000 mi.en
away. When w�� understand that a
meteor is not. more Lhan 200 miles
away we Si e how al surd il is lo
think of a meteor , r being a stir i,i
motion.
Plane of th? Ecliptic.
If we pass    an    imaginary    plane
through    lhe  sun's center    and    the
Earth's center, and  let   it   he bound-
by tiie Earth's orbit we bave what
known as the plane id' the ecliptic,
we extend  this  plane outward    lo
e  farthest   plant!    or  Neptune,    we
ould find Ilia* all eight planets keep
ln this plane o- nea.iy so. We would
also find that the planets travel
around the sun in the same direction.
The | lane of Halley's eoniel makes a
considerable angle with the plane of
lhe ellptlc, and the comet travels
ahout the sun in a direction opposite
to ihat of the planets,
Solar System.
excluding the stars, everything
mentioned thus far constitutes what,
is known as our solar system. Or, in
other words the solar system Is the
sun together with everything that the
sun controls. It is supposed that every
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We  have  soveial good buys ia City and Siibu.bah
Horn. s. If >OU ARE TIRED OF PAYING RENT ea 1
; ;; ' re,'  u..;.
For a short lime we can deliver ths following line
resilience in the Easl End, containing elghl rooms,
bathroom and closets, large basement, furnace heated
and electric light. Nice lawn and garden, with chicken
house   and   wired run.
An excellent unobstructed view is obtained
from this home.
Price, $3,200
$700 Cash handles it, balance easy
Miller and Jewhurst
Room  7, Thompson  Block
Phone   669���New  Westminster
(Oppos:t3  City  Hall)
Open Every Evening.
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TURDAY, MAY  7,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACE SEVEM.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
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II
, otice that an application has
l(ie   to   register   Duncan   Bell
ihe owner in fee simple, under
Sale Peed from K. A. Wilmot,
ir   0f   d\kfs,   to   Duncan    Hell
earing  date  the   13th  day   ot
0    1907, of all  and singular
tain   parcel  or  tract of  land
i a situate, lying and being
trlcl   of  -N(,w   Westminster,
p,.,, n e ol British Columbia,
,   ,.', i.���.11��� i��� -ly known and descrlb-
3,60 a' ies of the southeast.
.",,,-   section   is.  Township  3,
.,,, st   of 6th  Meridian.
: those claiming through or
;,���d   all   persons  claiming
,.     i in tla said lan'd by virtue
,,. iftnied Instrument, and
cl r," ing  any   interest   In
i i land b>' den cut, whose title
re.isiwed -a "er the provisions
���Land Reu'lPtry Act," are requir-
contes( the '������ a m of the tax pur-
��� within forty Uvd days from the
Cu-.;t  publication of this
ind in default of a
WATER NOTICE.
NEW
of the
���  upon  y )U
,   or  certtfl a'"   "<   ���'�����  pendens
, j N\ii- ia sue i period, or in
,,' ,,, ,, i i,.|.-.ion r.ffor? registra-
in | ,.,. h i r \( a w:n be for-
I ed .nd oebarn tl from set-
I iim to o   i.i t< sped of
infi, am!  1 ska I    register
, ii   Hall  as owner  thereof
And I herel y o>-l ������ that pub-
: mis notice for thirty daya
Notice Is hereby given that an application will he made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license in the Westminster Division of
New Westminster District.
(a) The name, address and occupation of the applicant: Frederick \V.
Smith, residing at Soulh Westminster,
I'. O. address, New Westminster, B. C,
dairyman.
I b) The name of the lake, stream or
source (if unnamed, the description
is): an unnamed spring, situate on
Subdivision 12 of Block 2, Section 30,
Block 6, -No-lb Range 2, west, New
Westmlnste' Dlsti ict.
le) The  point of diversion:   About
the    centre   of   said   Suddivision
(owned hy 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 private waterworks system
through a 1-lnch pipe carried fro said
Subdivision 1'! tc an, cant's property,
which adjoins.
if) The premises on which the water is to he used (describe same):
Subdivisions 5 and 6 of Block 2, Section 30, Block 5, North Range 2, west,
New Westminster District.
(g) The purposes for which the
water is to be used: Lor agricultural,
dairying and domestic.
ikt This notice was posted on the
2nd day of May, 1910, and application
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS.
newspaper published in N'ew [will bo made to the Comm: -
er w li I e Kood and sufflc
Ice th0-'"
District of New Wtstrrinster.
Take notice that the Pitt Rive,- Lumber Company, Limited, a hody eor-
porate, having its head office at the
City of New Westminster, intends to
apply for permission to lease the following described lands:���
I Commencinfl at a posi planted on
lh<, westerly shore of put river at
its intersection with th" northerly
side ot tlie Canadian Pacific Railway
company's right-of-way, thence following the westerly shore of Pitt river  in a   northeast erly  direction  seven
; thousand eight hundred  (7,800)   feet,
more or less, to a witness post plant-
12 ed on said shore to locate the most
| northerly corner of the Pitt River
Lumber Company
site;   thence at right angles  to  said
shore a distance of about three hundred and fifty  (350)   feet, to the said
northerly corner of booming site, said
point  being  two  hundred   (200)   feet'
from low water mark of said shore:
thence   southwesterly   and   two   bun-:
died   (200)   feet   froni  said low   water
mark   seven   thousand   eight,   hundred
and thirty  (7.820)  feet, more or less,
to   the  southwesterly   corner   of   said
hooming   site;   thence   northwesterly
to point of commencement;  and con-1
tainlng sixty (60) acres, mnre or less.
THE   PITT   RIVER   LUMBER   COM- i
PANY, LIMITED,
T. W. Gray, Agent.
SUGGESTS PEACE
ROLE EOR CANADA
An   Alliance   of  English-'
Speaking Races, Sir Rich-
ard Cartwright's Theme.
M   tho  1 ��� nd  Registry  Office,
wvsitnliio',-, r-c/'nee <>' British
imbla, this ;-0th aay of April, A.
I1.-!".
i    S. KEITH,
Ll. trlcl   Registrar.
Canada Permanent Loan <^- Sav-
Co.;   Oppenhelmer   Pros..   Ltd.,
lib . C. V,'. l.eishman; .1. W. Hew-
Dated  at the  City  of New  West
the 6th day ,,f .Inn.-, 1910, at 2:30 p.m.   minster, B. C, this 28th day of Feb-
Hi   Give the names and addresses ruary, A. I). 1010.
of any riparian proprietors or licensees ,	
who or whose lands are likely to be
affected by '!.,��� proposed works, either
above or below the outlet: None.
1-'. W. SMITH.
Box 536, New Westminster, li. C.
THE
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
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DAILY NEW
_asSi"& Hs -SUE?
��� .���   is  no   more   attractive   trip
on the St. Lawrence up to His-
I  Quebec.    Next   Empress sails
nd 20th.   For reservations ami
apply to
ED. GOULET,
C.P.R. Agent.
Westminster
ransfer Co.
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and  Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block        P. O. Box 644
e 'Rhone 1B!>.      Barn  Tboue 13?
Columbia  Street.
������:>    delivered    [iroraptly    to
any part of Vae city.
j!it and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St.,  Foot of Sixth.
Ottawa, May a���An alliance of the
I English-speaking   races   In   the   Intor-
. ests of peace and disarmament was
Limited,   booming advocated by Sir Richard Cartwright,
in  a  speech  which  he  delivered   recently at a banquet tendered him by
members of the senate.
Hon. J. K. Kerr, speaker of the senate, presided, with Sir Richard on his
ligin. and lion. .1. A. Lougheed, leader of the Opposition, on the left. Theie
was a large attendance from both sides
of the upper house.
Pays Tribute to Collesgues.
Responding to the toast of his
health Sir Richard said his position
as leader of the government in the
senate had heen an easy task, not
onlj on account of the loyalty of his
friends, but also of the Opposition
whose criticisms had always been fair
and honorable,
He referred to his entry to parliament in 1,863. Then, he was the youngest  i:.ember, now he was the oldest.
  He spoke reniiniscently of the evolu-
Notice is hereby given that an appli- tions >�� world politics in that period,
i aiion \v;,l he made i.mlcr Part. V. of and went on to speak of the potentiali-
the "Water Act, 1900." to obtain a li- ,ies ot the Anglo-Saxon race,
cense In the South Westminster Divi- A hundred and fifty million of them,
sion of New Westminster District. combined, he said, would dominate
(a) The name, address and occupa- *wo oceans and two continents, and
Hon of the applicant: .1. K. Murphy, there need then be no concern of Ger-
occupatlon, dairying and farming.        I man I'Gri|s or anything of that kind.
(ID The name of the lake, stream | To him, it was a terrible thing to
or source (if unnamed, the descrip-1 see tlie four great nations of the earth
tion  isi;  Spring on  Lot 11, Block 2,1 spending two-thirds of their available
WATER NOTICE.
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���YOU  NEEDN'T
COME  AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be tad 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 13 and i'l.
Coal procured here is crackajack coal, however secured.
Subdivision of Lot 30,
(c) The point of diversion: At the
spring.
id) The quantity of water applied
for iin cubic feet per second): One-
elgbtb cubic foot.
(e) The character of the proposed
works; Tank at spring, pipe from
tank  to dwellings.
lg)    The   purposes   for   which   the
water   is   to     be     used:     Dwellings.
I dairying and stock.
(k)    This notice was posted on the
30th day of April.  1910, and applica-
! tion will be made to the commissioner
on the 21st day of May, 1910.
ill Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely
to be affected by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet:
None.
.1. K. MURPHY,
New Westminster.
April 20, 1910.
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income in maintaining warlike prepar.
ations to cut each other's throats,
while, according to a recent statement
of a late prime minister of
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NEW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS-Corner   Eleventh   and  Carline. PH��NE 473
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eef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register the Corpor-
itlon of the Township or District of
' feuney as the owner In fee simple, un-
ii.'i a Ti.:-: Sale Deed from the Reeve
ancl Clerk of the Corporation of the
'lovvi.M ip or Districi of Surrey to the
Corpnai'ti of the Township or District of Surrey, bearing dates of the
21st day of October. A.I)., 1906 and
31st day of December, A.D., 1901, of.
all and singular that certain parcel j
or tract of land and premises situate i
lying and being in the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known
and described as: Lot 1 in subdivision 24 of block 1 of section 30, hlock i
6 north, range 2 west; lots S to 17, ]
inclusive, of subdivision 23 of section
16, block 5, north range 2 west; lots i
IB to 21, inclusive, block 14 of southeast quarter section 4, township 9;
lots 5,6, and T, in subdivision 113 of
section 16, block B, north range 2,
west; lots 22 and 2'.!. in subdivision
23 of section IG, block 5, north range
west; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 11,
2, block 4 of lot 3S7A, group 2; lots
2 to 6 .inclusive, block 14 of southeast quarter section 4, township 9;
lot B, block 3 of lot 387A, group 2;
lot 38, hlock 2 of lot 3S7A. group 2;
lots 21, 22, block 3 of southeast quarter section 4. township 9; lots 18, 10.
block 2 ot southeast quarter section
���I, township 91 lot 22, b'.ock 16 of
southeast quarter section 4
9, map 519; lot 23. hlock
east quarter section I township 9.
Vou and those claiming through or
under  you  and  all  persons  claimn
anv  interest   in  Ihe said
tue  of  any   unregistered
and all persons claiming any interest
I 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 llrst 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
i before registration, you  and each of
you will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim
or in respect of the said land
Shall register The Corporation of tho
I Township   or   District,   of   Surrey   as
owner thereof in fee.    And 1 hereby
order that publication of this notice
for thirty days in a dally newspaper
published  In  New Westminster
there are millions of their people who
do not know from one day's end to
the other where they will find food for
the next morning.
Canada as the Mediator.
"I think I am not speaking without
reflection, or without cause, that it
might well come to pass that we in
Canada, who occupy a very peculiar
position between the two great sections of the English-speaking race,
might well be able, small nation as
we yet are. to assist in bringing these
great countries together for such a
purpose."
Sir Richard went on to say that he
had been an attentive student of t'nit-
I ed States affairs, and in his time he
1 had  seen  a  very  great change.    He
Wish to bear testimony  to the  very
; conspicuous service rendered the British   Empire  by  the American  people
during the Boer war. He did not think
Ithe value of such service was fully ap-
; pi eclated.
Senator Lougheed replied to the
t. ast of "Canada Go Bragh," proposed
bv Sir Richard, an.l spoke in very feli.
ciious terms of their relations in the
upper house. Alluding to national
development, he predicted that Canada
in fifty yea'-s would contain a hundred
million people.
Other speakers were Hon. G. W.
Ross and Sir Mackenzie Bowell.
LOOK AT THESE
Six lots and a 14-room house on Third street between Third and
Fourth avenues.
$6,275
Vi Cash; balance 6, 12 and 18 months at 7 per cent. There is
no better buy than this in the city. The land is all under cultivation and in addition to the house, there is a two-storey stable with
accommodation for six horses.
SURREY
$2,200 for 10 acres, house  and barn; 5 acres cleared.
Malins, Coulthard & Co.!
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ALBERTA GRAIN 15
AU GOING WESTWARD
Large  Amount  of  Grain
Shipped  Considering  the
of the Year.
Is  Being
Time
township
10 of south
land by vir-
Instrument,
. Burns & Co.
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645  COLUMBIA STREET.
to
and I
will
be good and sufficient sorvice thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Ollice,
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. Wll- j
llam  Davis,     Henry   Fraser,    Henry j
Kells, Harold I'onsford, Allen Spiers, j
George Stone, Robert. Lyncss, Margar-
et G.  Cooper, John  Roberts, Richard
Hosking, Hugh T. Crossley, John E.
Hunter.
Calgary. May 5.���Alberta grain continues to flow in a steady stream to
Mexico via Vancouver. Manager L. P.
Strong, of the Alberta-Paclflc Elevator
company, said yesterday afternoon I
that that company alone has shipped
15,000 tons of Alberta wheat and barley to Mexico within the last ninety
days. This Is equivalent to 500,000 j
bushels. Steamships have been chartered for the purpose. The sacking
plant which the C.P.R. erected in Vancouver enabled tbe Alberta-Pacific
Elevator company to ship twice as
much wheat from Vancouver as it did
last year.
The reason for the heavy shipments
to Mexico is that the tariff on wheat
there has heen lifted for ninety days.
It will go on again June 1.
Grain Inspector Hill reports that
practically all the. grain passing
through his hands is going westward.
It Is being taken from storage in elevators, as the farmers are busy seeding, and are not hauling grain now.
Perhaps 80 per cent of the seeding has
been done.
According to reports which have
reached the grain inspector, lack of
moisture is seriously affecting the
wheat crop In the south. The spring
wheat Is doing better than the fall
wheat, the latter making very little
growth. i
Mr. Hill's report for April shows
that the amount of grain shipped is
much larger than in the same months
last year. He inspected 444 cars, while
last year he inspected only 229, or
about half that number. The number
of cars examined by him during the
two months were as follows
1910
Spring wheat   268 cars
Winter  wheat     44 cars
Oats   93 cars
Barley   84 cars
Who Says $25
? ?
We say $25 will handle the
best lots in Sapperton, close to
the car, and all on graded
streets. ....
Two lots on Buchanan street $425 each
Two lots on Blair avenue $450 each
One lot on Buchanan street $475
Two lots on Hospital street $525 each
Only $25 cash and $10 per
month to handle.
The Craig Realty Co
Room  8,  Thomson   Block.
New Westmister,
Phone  629
B.
BURNABY
Large Subdivision,   546   Lots
in Burnaby, adjoining Sapperton.   For Prices and Terms
---SEE���
FADER,
DEAN
BLOCK
Cor. Columbia and Church Sts. Phone 712
1909
Bl cars
fi2 cars
106 cars
? cars
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
OPERA  HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
May 11���Gingerbread Man.
May 19���The Prince of Tonight.
May 24���Juvenile Hostonlans.
May 2r>���Jessie MacLachlan.
June 2���Dorothy Morton.
June 30���The White  Squaw.
Notice
Contractors.
Tenders are required for the laying and grading of cement sidewalks
on Tenth Avenue, Hamilton Street,
London Street, Edinburgh Street, Dublin Street, Seventh Avenue and
Eighth Avenue, all between Tenth and
Twelfth Streets; also Tenth Street between Sixth and Tenth Avenues. Plans
can  be   seen   and   specifications  ob
tained from the City Engineer.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted, and any tender accepted to be conditional upon the passing of the Local Improvement Bylaw.
Tenders  to  be accompanied   by   a
marked cheque for five per cent, of
the amount of Tender and marked
"Tender for Sidewalks." and delivered
to the undersigned no* later than 5
o'clock on May 23, 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.   ,
City Hall, April 25, 1910. I
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and WINDOWS
All   Sizes   and   Prices
Call  and  See Our Stock
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^ Westminster Modern
Business School
More than one are Investigating the
merits of this school and they find it
truly a business school. Xo need to
look further, as we have the best facilities for giving ioiVr students a
thorough  business  training.
REMEMBER, WE ARE OPEN FOR
DAY SESSIONS THE ENTIRE YEAR.
A. L. BOUCK,
610   Columbia    St.
Principal
Simmers' "Toronto Parks"
Lawn Grass
Seed
is the Best. What
is the sense of sowing inferior seed
We protect our customers by destroying all old seed.
Spectacles 50 rents up
D. S. Curtis & Co,
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR  KODAKS
AND  SUPPLIES.
For a pleasant cool drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. ** |
The local Council of Women will
hold a special meeting in the hoard
of trade room in the city hall at 5:30
o'clock on Monday afternoon.
Panama hats cleaned, and blocked.
Phone It 278, Royal City Cleaners and
Dyers. **
Jessie Maclachlan, acknowledged as
the greatest living exponent of Scottish song, Opera house, May 25.     **
.1. Wise, a retired contractor from
Edmonton, is spending a few days in
the city, the guest of Dr. and .Mrs.
Holmes.
For spring plants or cut flowers,
phone Davies' Greenhouse, R208.     **
Have you a house for sale?   I have
_ the   buyer.     S.   Fader.     Phone   711'.
| Dean   block,   opposite   Hank  of   Montreal. **
Alderman A. W. Gray leaves today
on a short holiday visit to Annls and
Kamloops, where Mrs. Gray at present
is visiting ber sister, Mrs. Bishop.
Mrs. Gray will not accompany her
husband on the return trip but will
spend another month in the upper
country.
Advance tickets for Jessie Maclachlan concert, prices 75, 50 and 2b
cents, at Barclay & Adams. **
The popularity of the midday lunch
at the Royal Cafe grows every day.
It ls served from twelve to two, with
quick service. *���
James Leamy, Crown timber agent,
returned yesterday from a tour of Inspection of the upper country, planning
the fire ranges at Hope, Yale, Spuz-
zum and Mission. Owing to the great
dryness now prevalent ln the upper
country, precautions against Are are
being taken Immediately.
Try "Solo Special' cigar. Havana
filled. **
There is but one Jessie Maclachlan.
Opera house, May 25. **
F. Allison, a machinist in tbe
Schaake Machine works, had his hand
caught in some gears yesterday and
had the little finger of his left hand
torn completely off. He was taken to
the Royal Columbian hospital, where
his  injury   is   receiving  attention.
There's quality In "Solo Special"
cigar. **
For ice ring up Phone number 151
and the man will call. **
A meeting of the May Day committee at which every member is requested to attend will be held in the board
of trade room at the city hall on
Tuesday next. It will then be decided
when it will be well to hold thc May
Day ball, postponed last night on account of the death of his masjesty
the king.
A payment of $25 procures a lot In
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
& Kennedy, Ltd. These lots arc in
great demand. **
Place your Fire Insurance with W.
1.  Kerr,  Ltd, **
A regrettable accident occurred yesterday just as the May Day procession
was forming near the new registry
oilice. A runaway horse belonging
to E. A. Bodwell, of Vancouver, came
down Carnarvon street, on the full
gallop. Before the scouts could go:
clear the horse was among them and
three of them. Homer Strife, John
Clark and Robert Esplen, were
knocked down. Homer Si rife was
rather badly hurt, sustaining a serious
cut on the knees. A doctor was called
and found it necessary to sew up the
cut. The hoy was tak< :i back to Vancouver but tlie others were fixed up
and procei ded to the grqpnds In a
carriage. Tlie good training through
which the Bcouts are pul bee ime ap-
l arenl al the aci ident, for thi lr com-
mm WAKiM:.
Geld Watcjes for Ladies trom .",2/.
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open lac
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
$7.00  up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty,
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Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Removed to
DEANE BLOCK
Four doors east of Bank of
Montreal, where the san-e careful attention will be paid to all
prescriptions and orders as
heretofore.
COLUM8IA STREET
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
panions no sooner saw what had happened than they improvised stretchers
with the staffs they carried and bore
the injured boys to the doctor's ollice.
Spring is here���how about those
plants for the gardfen? Tidy, the
Florist, can suit you to a T in anything in that line. **
For Geraniums, Dahlias and all
kinds of Spring Bedding Plants phone
Davis' Greenhouse,  R 208.       x     **
Jot  Murphy,  who  appeared  in  the
police court yesterday morning on a
charge  of  assault,  was   sentenced to
.two months ln jail without the option
of a tine.    Two drunks were elected
; to pay the usual $2.50 and costs. The
liquor    wave   seems   to    have   come
around  again and  there  will   be several inebriates face the magistrate this
morning.
Anything in our line 10 to 20 per
cent,  saved for you.    Fales.        **
Have you a house for sale? I have
the buyer. S. Fader. Phone 712.
Dean block, opposite Bank of Montreal. **
To Furnish an Office, see W. E.
Fales. ������
South Westminster property ls
handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy,
Ltd. Call In and see them, and they
will put before you some good things.
See Fales for Bed Lounges. Guaranteed goods at prices cheaper than
the cheapest. **
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore subsisting between
] us, the undersigned, as Real Estate
| and Financial Brokers, has this day
I been dissolved by mutual consent.
j The business will in future be car-
I rled on by W. B. Evans, to whom all
i debts owing to the partnership are
i to be paid and to whom all claims
j against the partnership are to be presented for settlement.
1 W. BEN EVANS.
JOS.   A.   DARKE.
Witness:���R.  L.  Duark.
Dated  at  N'ew   Westminster  B.  C,
this fourth day May, 1910.
TENDERS.
Tenders  are  called   for   excavating
on the corner of Sixtli and Carnarvon
I streets and must be sent in not  later
i than 12 o'clock noon  on  Wednesday,
j May  11. 1910.
Specifications can he seen at ibe
ofiice of the Dominion Trust. Company, Columbia street.
T.   11.   PEARSON'.
N'ew Westminster, May 7, 1910.
NOTICE.
Take   notice   that   I. Grace  Cruickshank, of Matsqui, li. ('.. fanner's wife,
'Intend to apply to tlie Commissioner
of Lands and Works Victoria, for a
license to prospect for coal and petrol-
I cum on and under the following n^
|crlbed   lands:
Commencing  nt    a    post    marked
; Grace Cruickshank's. on  N.E. cornel
! set of the Section line between Section 28 and 29, Tp. 16, Now Westminster District, about 10 chains north
of the S. E. corner of Section 29;
thence south one mile; then west one
I mile; then north one mile; then east
one mile to the point of commencement; 640 acres.
GRACE CRUICKSHANK,
Matsqui, April  is,  1910.
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
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TODAY'S Excursion to Chilliwack-tlie
Garden City of the Fraser Valley. Tlie Royal
City Navigation Co.'s new steamer "Paystreak"
has been chartered to  make the special trip to
CHILLIWACK, TODAY
|   leaving B. C. Electric Wharf at 7:45 a.  m.,  re-
fl turning same day.
RETURN FARE, $1.50
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Tickets on Sale at our Office
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
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AUCTIONEERS
FRIDAY and
SATURDAY
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pecia
In tke Hosiery Section
Summer Hosiery in great variety at prices loner than usual. N'o
store in British Columbia offers better hosiery values than are lo he-
had in our hosiery department.
Boys' H
eavy
Cotton Hosiery
25c  per Pair.
Summer Hose of heavy cotton
knitted in fine or heavy ribs
with plain or double toes and
heels. Black ancl tan. Sizes 5
to 10 inches.    Per pair, 25c.
Women s Cotton
ana
Cashmere Hose
25c  per  Pair.
While, Black and Tan Cotton
Hose in all sizes. Fast colors;
nicely shaped; double heels and
toes.   25c per pair.
All Wool Cashmere Hose���
Black onlj : plain and embroidered. On sale Friday and
Saturday. Regular values 30
and 35c.    Special  26c  per pair.
FRIDAY and
SATURDAY
5
nap
In Underskirts
$1.95 Each.
Regular values up to $3.25. Probably only one of a style ln Sateen
Moreen or Heatherbloom Taffeta. It is the odd llnea that go on
sale and the price means unusual value while they last. Skirts
are made with full shirred and tucked flounces. 30 designs from
which to choose.    All sizes.    Friday and Saturday; each $1.95.
New Barretfes
and Comts
Each   25c.
Regular 35 to 75c vain,       \.,
unusually large overstock
pels  us  to  sacrifice  a  few oi
these  at  once.    True ii   j    ,:, ,
a few are old stock, but i    , ,..
jority of lhe lines  offi    ,��� an
new and up-to-date in $'.yle   i,
all the reductions are S'.teh thai
you   will   see   at   a   glance
we mean  what   we say  regard
Ing the Immediate  sale of ii..
big   assortment   shown   on p..
centre tables.    On   sale   Friday
and Saturday.
10 Dozen Colored Wash
Belts and 15 Dozen Turnover
and Wash Collars.. Special Fri
day and Saturday to Clear, 10:
Each.
Silk and
Leather Belts
25c Each.
Regular  35c  to  $2.00  valuM
Another   special    elearan, e
Women's Belts;  all colors, ar.J
Black   and   White   Klastlc, Silk
and   Leather   Belts.     On
each 25c.
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THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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Every Purchase you make in May, we make you a
liberal Cash Refund on every dollar you pay down
"WE   FURNISH   YOUR    HOME   COMPLETE"
LEES
COLUMBIA   STREET
PHONE   73
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE NINE.
Formulae Have Been Well Tried Out
Though the NA-DRU-CO line of Medicinal and Toilet Preparations have heen on sale
Dr a few months only, don't think for minute that in buying NA-DRU-CO goous you are
rnerinieiiting with new or untried preparations.
Their  Origin There we therefore no   experiment*   among
Thu twenty-one wholesale drug firms now united     NA-URt'-CO preparations.    We have invested alto-
i "n*Uu. al" had all of Ihm te.gthv career.,      B^^K?**  HT'   ^   ^   *?%**���    in   the
for fi   v to one hundred rears, prior to the union.      SJ^JS        .      '    .Uke 7*Z cWM ��f d^dltiuS it
SfamtadSJtad or developed  .   number of     S^J��__^t��n_ .Ulat W UOt prove satisfactory.
-Juable formula for medicinal and toilet preparations,
E of which became the property of tU�� "National".
Since the union otir expert chetnirta ha��e carefully
ne over these formula and selected the best for the
|��.DRU-C0 line-    ETO*T formula Imm ******. carefully
lied by the��a experta, improved if po��*ibU, and
.n. thoroughly tested  agaiu, in actual un, before
insider it good enough to bear the NA-DRU-CO
ide Mark.
An Example
We make absolutely certain that each preparation "is
satisfactory before we endorse it with the N A-DliU-CO
Trade Mark.
Ask your physician or your druggist about the
firm belaud NA-DRU-CO preparations and about the
NA-DRL'-CO hue. They can tell you, for we will
furnish tham, oa request, a full list of tha ingredients
in any NA-DRU-CO article.
"Money Back"
If by any chance you should not be entirely
A good example of what we mean ia NA-DRU-CO satisfied with auy NA-DRU-CO article yon try, return
ozone for Brain F��g or uerroua break-down. the unused portion to the dmggist from whom you
formula was pronounced the most scientific com- bought it and he will refund your money���willingly,
Hon ofnerremedicinas.hatthk waa not enough foe too, because we return to him every cent he gives
<��� bad it tried out with a down different kind of * -
workers School Teachers, Lawyers, Book-
wrs - ns will as Society lender* and home w<trtrn,,
I everywhere the result Was so good that we adopted
s one of the best of the NA-DRU-CO line.
back to you.
If your druggist should not hare tlie particular
NA-DRU-CO article you ask for iu stock he can get
it for you within two days rom our ne*rtat wholesale
brunch.
Some NA-DRU-CO Preparation. You'll Find Moet Satisfactory.
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Camphor Ice
Grc<Mel���� Toilet Cream
Talcum Powder
Tooth PaJte
Tooth Powder
Babr't TaMoU
CarboBc   Sal��a
Caxcara l^zativet CTaM***)
Cod U���� Oil (��.���..
TaHeiew (2 Snei)
r>T��pep.wi TaUeti
Head.ek* Wafer,
HerbTabUU
Nervo��ane
Pile Ointment
Rheuwaltm Cure
Sugar at Milk
Staialea, Mia, Ointment
Tootliacka Cooa
White Liniment
nr oufi products bcar this
THAOE   MARK
National Drug and Chemical
Company of Canada, Limited
Wholetal* Branchc* at:
HALIFAX,      ST. JOHN.       MONTREAL,      OTTAWA.
KINGSTON,   TORONTO.   HAMILTON.   LONDON.
WINNIPEG.   REGINA.   CALGARY,   NELSON.
VANCOUVER.      VICTORIA.
ALWAYS LOOK tor th:s
TRADE   MARK
CANADA ENJOYS SPLENDID    LOVE ON LAKE STEAMER    j
REPUTATION IN ENGLAND        APPEALS TO ELOPERS
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CHURCH
SERVICES
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! British  Banker, After Visiting  Middle
West, S.nys It Is Not Developing
Too  Fast.
J. G. Colmer, for many years connected with the high commissioner's
| ofiice in London and at present a mem-
jber of the Hrm of Coates, Sons and
| company, 0f London, has given to a
Montreal reporter his impressions of
ithe West. Le says that it is a practice of the big London houses now to
Romantic   Couple   Defy    Parents   and
Work   Their   Passage   From   Buffalo   to   Fort   William.
Fort William, May 5.���That "love
laughs at locksmiths' just as heartily
now as it did in the days of the primitive string latch, and that overworked
Danny Cupid has no more regard for
the police of Utlca, N.Y., than he has
for the aforesaid latches, was conclusively proved by Thomas Lawless and
(Changes for this column must be
left at, or telephoned to, this office by
9 p.m. on Fridays. The ouiiss.ou of
any church notice from this column
Indicates that no copy has been turned
in by the pastor or other responsiblu
party.)
���send out men to look over the territory his biide, who arrived in Fort William
OYOU KNOW
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Some people do not.
That  we  are
The   Sherwin  Williams
Co's Agents
So if you want to know
aboul their products call
al
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
IV u
HARDWARE
Columbia Street
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.
Un which their big investments are
i made. He said that no country at the
present moment enjoyed a better reputation in London than did Canada.
| English money lenders, he said, had
great confidence ln the future of Canada.
Of the expenditures being made on
i so large a scale by the various cities
of the West, Mr. Colmer said: "There
lis always a check on municipal expenditure from the fact that people generally vote the amount of money they
want   expended.    A  stianger,    unacquainted  with the    tremendous    resources   of   these   new   communities,
I might  think  that they  were going a
; little too fast, but if the same places
; could be Been, say, flve years hence,
;it   wouid  be  found that  the   present
| 'xpendlture was more than justified.
jThey are certain of the future of their
towns and cities, consequently the fu-
luie  mus-  be discounted in  all  matters pertaining to the government of
an enterprising and progressive com-
! liiunity."
Being asked if the financiers on the
other side were In any way appreben-
|si\(   of the policy of the two    new
provinces In guaranteeing bond issues
I in aid of branch railways. Mr, Colmer
'again   replied  thnt  this again  was  a
matter of public confidence in the fu-
t.i'e of the country.    The respective
governments   of   these   provinces   bc-
���ieved   tin:!   the  construction   of   the
I several   branch   lines  would    further
(open up the country, add to the public
' asBets ol the Dominion and provinces
and   bring   wealth   and   good  settlers
'nto the W'esi  from the British Isles
and the Wi i tei n States.   lie fell con-
. inced   that  the   authorities   had  got
down  to a   wise  system  of  Immigration  by  which  the better    class    is
l i ought  in and the undesirables left
out.
this weok on the big American steamer Stadacona.
Mi. and Mrs. Lawless constitute one
half of a real four-party romance. And
zest is lent to this "melodrama in real
life" by the fact that tiie two young
men in the case are scions of old and
extremely  wealthy families.
Sunday,   May   8.
HOLY TRINITY���Rev. G. C. D'ea-
sum, rector. Celebration of Holy Communion at 8 a.rn.; Matins, sermon and
Litany at eleven a. in.; Sunday
school at 2:30 p.m.; Evensong and
sermon at 7 p.m.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL���Rev- A. deB. Owen, rector. Syr-
vice at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.   Holy Cora-
It was  less  than three  weeks ago i amnion first Sunday in the mouth af-
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SEATTLE
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NLW WESTMINSTER
RATES :
Room   51   p*r   diy   un.
Room   and   toard  $2.50  per  day up.
Room   with   bath  5--50 per  day   up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day-
All  lutside rooms, with hot and coir.
water steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Hns meets all train1' and honti
The Dally News will he Kept on file
ln our reading room.
Cl|||,|,-T()\l     nil  IH.'l'T      *4pa.
������.7?-~V..rT.*S'J^*ra*l^X
 yycty j\rriyals (n	
w Ladies' Blouses
AND
hildren's Dresses
A. J. BIRTCH
Th* White House
^*aW_ml__u.___**_*>_tft
0RTHERN CROWN BANK
HEAD OFFICE    -    WINNIPEG
authorized Capital
'aid Up Opital
$6,00O,0CO
$2,200,000
Pedal   Care   Given   to   Savings   Accounts
Savings   Bank   Department   at   All   Tranches
A   General    Banking   Business   Transacted
IROBT. CAMPBELL, Gonei,��� Manager.
I ���   ��� Roberts, Su,)t ol- H Ci Branches.
J 'E HAWKSHAW, Manager New Westminster Branch
J
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner   Eighth   St.  and   Fifth  Avenue.
PHONE  370.
W. RICH
Teaming and  Expressing.
DEALER IN
OOD
730  FOURTH   ST. PHONE  R527
MERGER  OF COBALT MINES.
:Samuol Utermyer Is Working to Bring
One About.
Xew York. May .",.���The project for
ia merger of the principal pioducing
| silver mines in tlie Cohalt district of
Canada,   which   has  been  simmering
[for more than a year, Is said to be
taking definite shape under the super-
n of Samuel Untermyer, who was
fly Instrumental In bringing about
���     ,    er of the Boston Consolidated
ICopper i'.' Gold Mining.company with
the i't.ih Coppi r company.   It will be
rev-ailed thai   for the copper merger
Mr.   Untermyer   received   a   .775,000
fee  from  the    Boston    Consolidated
j stockholde a
The Coball camp produces about
twelve per eent of the world's output of silver. The properties so far
named as likely to be comprised in
the merger are the Nipissing and La
Rose properUes, which are already
cl : i> allied through having live di-
rectoi s in common,
I Crown   Reserve.
that Harry O. Wilkins, nephew of the
late Governor Flower, of New York
and one of the heirs to the Flower
millions, discovered that his heart and
that of Miss Anna Lamb beat as one.
Mr. Wilkins, who is not yet of age,
had just returned to his home in
Utlca, from Los Angeles, Cal., at
which resorl he had spent the winter
with his mother, lt wus about the
Bame time that Thomas Lawless, a
chum of Wilkins, also under age but
i ieh in his own right, arrived at the
conclusion that lie should love, cherish
and disobey Miss Lyliuh M. Dykeman,
younn, vivacious and a hi unette of
, unusual attractiveness.
Mr. Lawless purchased the railway
tickets which were a necessary a ;-
junct, as the young men were never in
doubt as to whether their parents
would overrule their decision to engage in domestic life.
Rev. John Crawford tied the knot
at Niagara Falls, Out., a few hours
before a detective from Utlca arrived
to take the young men home. Upon
learning that the marriage had taken
place, the officer telegraphed to the
young benedicts' parents for lnstruc-
1 tions.
What the instructions were Mr. and
Mrs. Lawless have not yet learned. In
fact both couples at once boarded an
inter-urban ear for Buffalo, where ,to
be alone in their happiness, they took
a stroll along the Jock.
lt. was the sight of the big Stad i-
| cona that most attracted Mr. Lawless.
Mrs. Lawless thought it would be too
perfectly   lovely   to   sail   along   with
love on such a craft.
When informed that the steamer
did not carry passengers, Lawless asked to work their passage. Ile w is
forced to admit that he did not know
to just what kind of employment he
was best adapted.
"1 will take you across as assistant
s eward," said Steward West, "and
the young lady can be vice-assist tnl
steward with full powers to serve ho*:
cli i lolate at any hour of the day oi
night."
The two young couples separated al
the docks, Mr. and Mrs. Wilkins de-
��� i ling io take a trip overland.
t3r morning service,
on Thursday at 7:?.o
Prayer meetiPH
p.m.    Morning:
Incident   to   Advance-
"Why Am I a Chrls-
"The   Dangers
ment"; evening
tlan."
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN���
Rev.  J.  S.  Henderson,    pastor.    Ser
vices 1) a. m. and 7:110 p. m.  Sabbath
class 2:oU    p.m.
school    and     Bible
ST.   STEPHEN'S  PRESBYTBK1AN
���Rev.  T.  Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., Ph.
I),   pastor.   Services  at  11  a.m.  and
7:30 p. in.
QUEEN S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. c. w. Brown, B.D., pastor. Quarterly love feast. Services at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school al --.:!<)
p. in. Evening: "The Third Commandment."
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Baker, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and .
p in. Sunday school at 2:"0 p.m.
Midweek prayer meeting on Wednesday at S o'clock. Moiiiitr:: "Tiie Baptism of Fl e"; evening: "S,u.''
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
���" v. I-:. 0. Thompson, M. A.,
minister. Public worship: Morning,
Holy Communion, 11 a. m.: evening,
7:30 p.m, Bible class and Sabbath
school, 2:30 p. tn.; V. P. S. r. E., Tuesday, 8 ir  in.;   prayer  meeting.
ST.   MARY'S,   SAPPERTON
communion, 8:.'to
sei n on,  7  p.  m..
Leo na id.
a. m.; e\ n
Preacher,
Holy
on:: ari-1
Kev.  C.
WEST    END
Jauivs     Calvert,
wc s  at  11  a.m.
meeting  at  10  a.m.  Suiid:
2:30   p.m.;   Epworth   Lea
METHODIST���Rev.
Dl).,    pastor.���Ser-
and  7  p.m.      Class
aj   school at
ue   Monday
at   8   p.m.;
day at S p.
prayer
m.
meeting   Wednvs-
SIMGS TO THE CONVICTS.
M
s    Ger.ildine    Parrar    Entertains
Prisoners in Georgia Prison.
Atlanta. Ga., May 5.���Miss Geraldlne
Farrar, the opera singer, sang yesterday to an audience of convicts in the
federal prison here.   Miss Farrar play
and Kerr lake and   ed  her own accompaniment and the school, 2:".ti p.m
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
B. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m; Sunday school at
2:30 p.m. Epworth league ou Monday
' at 8 p. m.
i
SALVATION ARMY���Services   will
! be  conducted in the  S.  A.  barracks
'on Sunday as follows:  10 a. m., Sun-
day-school;  11 a. m.. service; 3 p. m.,
enrollment   of   recruits;   7:30   p.   m.,
service.
FREE     METHODIST
Eighth  street,   between
Fourth   avenues.     Love
a.m.      Preaching,    11
MEDICAL MAN DECLARES
CANCER TO BE HET;DiTARY
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
Washington, May 5,���The Congress
of American Physicians and Surgeons
in their session here yesterday began
la discussion of medical, surgical an.l
i therapeutic questions.   More than 1000
I delegates are attending the conference.
In a paper presented to the Ameri-
i can Cllmatologlcal association, Dr. R.
G.  Curtln of  Philadelphia took
I with   those   who   have contended   recently that cancer was caused by eating fish, particularly trout.   He argues
that   statistics   showed  that    cancer
was more common in centers of population  where not one person in fifty
ate trout.    The country lad who lived
on   trout,   he   continued,   was  seldom
afflicted.
llis position was that cancer was
nrobably caused by over-nutrition.
Dr, Curtln maintains in his paper that
cancer is increasing and that it
seems to be hereditary.
1 response of the men admirably toh
! her how appropriate   were   her selections,      "Annie     Laurie,"     "Coining
Through the Rye" and operatic selections and a simple ballad.   Charles W.
Morse was in the audience.
CHAPEL���
Third    anl
feast,     10
i.m.;   Sunday
Service ft)   7  p. 111 .
Midweek  prayer meeting.    Thursday,
Holiness meeting Tuesday
Rev. C. S.  McKinley,
p.m.
in.
Sugar Princess to Wed.
San Francisco, May 6.���William G.
Irwin, the Hawaiian sugar king, and
Mrs. Irwin today announced the engagement of their daughter. Helene,
in Charles Templeton Crocker, son of
issue the late Col. Fred Crocker, of Burlin-
game,  San  Mateo  county.  California. ' (pastor.)
The date of the wedding is not given. 1    BURNABY  MISSION
Charles Templeton Crocker is repute! 'p-ede'lVc    Carpenter
to  be  worth  ?lo,"o<',000.
7: I"
at  f:4&
1 astor.
THE NORWEGIAN LUTHER*./
CHURCH���Benjamin     Sand,    vr*tor.
COLLLNGWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:3C p.m.. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday S p.m. Dundonald school
house; Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday
school at 3 p.m.   Rev W. Ewart Jones,
MIA   CARLOTTA.
barber,  ees  greata  for
da blacka mus-
iga,
Giuseppe,  da
"mash,"
1 Ue gotta da bl|
tachc
Good clo'cs an' good styla an' playnta
good cash.
>del Sign Works
IN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Th����> P. Youna. Prop.
Stlmates Given. Phone 607.
J. NEWSOHE & SONS
PAINTERS,   PAPER-HANGERS  AND
DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, between Second nv'
enue and Third streets.
��� NEW WESTMINSTER       ��� B.C.
CAPITAL 514.400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and In London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents  In    all   parts of    the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of fl and upward,
ind Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
���innuni  (present rate).
;v>t>V   Assets  over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Freak Bill Signed.
Huston, May 5.���The so-called "bar
and bottle" bill which prohibits tbe
sal" of liquor by the glass and bottle
over the same bar. has heen signed
by Gov. Draper, but the effect of the
measure will not be felt until a year
from this time, as all liquor licenses
in the stated are dated May 1,
Giuseppe   ees  walk  on   da
nobby!
"how-
Honors   for   Artists.
London,   May   5.���Arthur   Stockdail
i Cope.  A.  R. A., the portrait painter,
and Charles  Napier Hfemy, A. R. A.,
the marine painter, have been  made
'; Royal Academicians.    Adrian    Stokes ^
I has   been   ejected   associate   of ,tbe j
I Royal academy.
TEN-ROUND BOUTS FOR
OAKLAND IN FUTURE
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  New Sternwhee'er
S. S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves Briickman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers and freight  as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at S a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. in.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New  Westminster.
Oakland, May fi.���Boxing contests in
j tills city will he limited hereafter to
iten rounds instead of fifteen, according to an order issued by the police
Icommissioner today.    The change followed the death of Tommy McCarthy
In San Francisco after bis bout with
Owen Moran.    The order does not affect Emeryville which is an independent township.
: W'enevra
street,
Da peopla det  talka,
how  neat!
How softa da handa, how sir.alla da
feet."
/
lie ralsa bees bat an' he shaka bees
curls.
An' sniila weetb teetha so shiny like
pearls:
O' many da heart of da seelly young
girls
He  gotta.
Yes, playnta he gotta���
Butt  notta
Carlotta!
Giuseppe, da barber, be maka da eye,
An'  fika da steam  engine  pufi'a  an'
sigh.
For catcha Carlotta w'en she ees go
by.
Carlotta she wnlka wecth nose In da
air.
An'   look through    Giuseppe    weetb
faraway stare,
As eef she no see dere ees som'body
dere.
Giuseppe, da barber, he gotta da
cash,
Ho goota do clo'os an' da bigga mustache,
Pastor. Rev.
Services as
follows; Fast Burnaby, Sunday
school at 2 o'clock; preaching service
at " p.m.; young peoples service at
7:30 p.m. Thursday, prayer scrvceat
8 p.m. West Burnaby, Sunday school
at 2-,'y.f. and preaching at 7:30.
SOUTH WESTMINSTER METHODIST MISSION���Rev. Henry Wilson,
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Church service at 11 a.m.
' CHURCH OF CHRIST���105 Dur-
iham, Madison Wright, preacher. Sun-
- day services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Week day service, every day at S p.m.
SAPPERTON BAPTIST CHURCH,
Hospital street: Sunday school at
2:30 p. m.: service at 7 p. m. Andrew
Grieve, pastor. ���
GOSPEL HALL, corner of Sixlh
avenue and Ninth street. Evangelist
J. J. Rouse wil. preach at 7 p. m.
MOOSE JAW MAN WITHDRAWS
CHARGES AGAINST COUNCIL
Mose Jaw, May 5.���The investigation by Judge Ouseley into the graft
charges said to have been made
against tbe city council by J. A. Smith
was adjourned Monday afternoon until
May 9 to allow of the attendance of
some of the city alderman who at pie-
sent are out of town. J. A. Smith waa
examined and admitted making the
statement complained of, although, he
said, he did not intend to refer to the
city council, nor had he any knowledge
as to how the money was to be spent
to secure the rescinding of the motion
which was the cause of his failure to .��
get a license, lt was not his intention, he said, to accuse any of the aldermen of the Impropriety In connection with the motion and so far as ho
Boys Want Sunday Ball.
Chicago, May fi.���Thirteen members  He gotta da seely young girls for da  was concerned he had no personal rea-
of the Elgin Y.M.C.A., suspended for
playing ball on Sunday, have made
formal protest against the directors'
action, making the pica that directors
enjoy Sunday recreation in golfing,
automoblllug, tennis and bunting.
"mash,"
But notta���
You bat my life, notta���
Carlotta.
1 gotta!
T. A. DALY.
son to doubt the honor and Integrity
i of the council or any individual mem-
1 ber of It. After some of the aldermen
j had been briefly examined as to titer
' passing of the motion the court adjourned.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,   MAY
1910,
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Where is New Westminster?
Just two miles from
EDMONDS
Thank you;   and  where is  Vancouver'
About nine miles from
I
A beautiful situation; one acre;   ,1.500:  easy terms.
A genuine snap in a 7-roomed bouse in choice situation.
Just listed, 3 lots; below the market.   Quick for this.
Patterson Co'y
DAN MANN'S MINES
FAMOUS BONANZA
PARTY OF ENGLISHMEN
ARE HEADED THIS WAT;
WAfcR NOTICE
657  Columbia
St.
Evenings
Phone   698
at   Edmonds���Phone  F   208
��� ��� i Moneyed  Britons Will  Inspect British
Guggenheims Ready to Pay    Columbia with a view to invest
$25,000,000 for  Half   In
terest���Offer Refused.
jng_May See Westminster.
I
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Fruit Ranch
In Full Bearing
10 acres facing on Scott Road
bearing orchard and small
fruits, 4 acres are cleared, 5
room house, barn, stable, and
fruit packing house.
Price $3000 Cash
This is a splendid opportunity.
REPLY TO
P. O. Box 330
VANCOUVER, B. C.
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SAPPERTON HOUSES
lu���Seven room;  modern;  Alberta St.
16���Seven room;  modern:  Brunette St.
22���Six room; modern: Simpson St.    $2
75���Six room;   modern;   Hospital St.
$2,500;   $fi00 cash.
.2,700;   .1,000 cash.
500; $1,500 cash.
52,000;  $1,000 cash.
70���Six room;  modern; Alberta    St.    $1,700;  $850 cash.
29���Six room; Keary St.   $2,50(1;$1,250 cash.
31?���Six  room;   Strand  St.    $1,700; $400 cash.
4-1���Six  room;   Hoult  St.    $1,500;   $500  cash.
54���Seven room;   Brunette St. $1,000: $300 cash.
17���Six room; Hospital St.    $2,000;  $1,000 cash.
P. L. Secordf&lCo.
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St., Sapperton.      Near Car Terminus.
Open   Evenings
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HARRY  TIDY,  Manager.
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Wednesday, May 11
RICE   &   VARLEY
PRESENT
The most laughable of all musical comedies
The Gingerbread Manj
In a recent Interview In Toronto
John Edgecombe, of Seattle, partner
with D. D. Mann in the Portland Canal
properties said: "There are boulders
of ore up there bigger than the King
Edward hotel and 1 would not be far
out In saying that it will run, on the
average, about two thousand ounces to
the ton of silver, seven to twenty per
cent of copper,and from seven to two
hundred and fifty dollars to the ton of
gold. In addition to this the lead deposits are considerable. Honest, now, '
I could go up there and shovel tip $5,-
000 worth of ore in a short time, and i
1 would not have to work overtime to
do that either."
Mr. Mann's Expenditures.
The Seattle man was speaking of the
district designated broadly as the Port-
I land Canal country. D, I). Mann, vice-
president of the C.N.U., recently purchased a controlling Interest in the
property and is now actively engaged
in the construction of a railway fifteen
miles long, which will cost him a million dollars to build and equip. According to Mr. Edgecombe, tlie Toronto man has already spent more than
$3,000,000 there .and the Seattle man
says, that $5,000,000 will have been
spent, before Mr. Mann will have completed his plans.
Guggenheim Offers Refused.
"The best mining experts on this
continent have gone over this property, and all of them agree they have
never seen anything like it in point
of richness," said Mr. Edgecombe.
"But there is no stock to be sold, as
we do not need any money. The Guggenheims of New York, would be very
pleased to have either Mr. Mann or
myself take $25,000,000 and go away
and die. They cannot get It, however,
because in my bumble opinion the
real value is several times that
amount.
"I went into the country when everybody was busy getting assays, with
the money," continued Mr. Edgecombe,
"and bought up the whole country for
$1,000,00(1. In the meantime Mr. Mann
had secured tbe railway charter, and
was proposing to build forthwith. I
came east to see John Hays Hammond
and the McMartin brothers���John and
Duncan���in New York. The latter two
sent E. F. Cassels, a famous mining
engineer, up to investigate, and on the
strength of bis report offered $10,000,-
000 for the Golden Crown claim, one of
five.
London Exploration Kept Out.
"I  would  not   touch  that    proposal,
nnd would not let the London Explora-
I tion  company���-the    greatest    mining
corporation, I think, in the world for
I whom   Mr.   Hammond   is     acting���in
either.     Then   I   came   to   Toronto  to
| deal wilh  Mr. Mann, who will be the
j manager.    We have almost 5,000 acres
j of   land   there   besides   the   five     big
claims  I  spoke  of,  and  we  will   have
about five thousand men working this
season.   Of course it rains and snows
up  there."  he  concluded,  "but   there
will be loads of time to get the stuff
out."
The Colonizer, a periodical devoted
to the oversea countries within the
empire and published monthly in London, England, contains in the April
issue details of a personally conducted
party to
BANANAS RUSHED FPOM
SOUTH TO EDMONTON
WITH
All the Original Star Cast
AND
A Real American Beauty Chorus
i
Seats on Sale at TIDY'S FLORIST STORE
Plan opens on Friday, May 6.
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Water Frontage
ABOUT 400 FEET ON   NORTH   ARM   FRASER   INSIDE
CITY   LIMITS    IN  THE   WEST  END.
Only $25,000
LOTS; ON   SIXTH   AVENUE
THESE ARE RIGHT ON THE CUTOFF. SOME FACE
ON THE EBURNE TRAM LINE. THEY ARE 53 x 125
FEET TO LARGE LANE   AND   EASILY  CLEARED.
Only $550 Each
$200  CASH,   BALANCE 6 AND 12 MONTHS.
CITY BROKERAGE CO.
442 Westminster Ave, Vancouver, B. C.
Edmonton, May 5.���Eight days from
Xew Orleans to Edmonton, a distance
of over 2400 miles, was the record trip
made hy a ear of bananas, consigned
from the far southern city, to a firm
of local fruit wholesalers, over the Canadian Northern railway.
This is the fastest trip ever made by
a freight consignment to Edmonton.
The car of bananas was exactly eight
days on the road from the time it left
New Orleans. The car traveled via
the Illinois Central, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul, and the Soo line to
the border, and the Canadian Northern
from Emmerson to Edmonton.
HONORS FOR  HEROES.
Gallant Acts  Recognized  by Carngeie
Commission.
Pittsburg,     May    5. ��� Thirty - two
awards  for  medals  for  acts  of  heroism were made by the Carnegie Hero
Fund commission at Its spring meeting today. Seven were silver and twenty-five   were   bronze.     In     additional
��� monthly   pensions   aggregating     $178,
'death   benefits   of   $K0O   and     special
'awards   totalling  $1.'1,104   were   made.
The   cash   awards   were   to   liquidate
mortgages and other indebtedness and
for educational purposes.    In thirteen
instances the heroes mef  death either
in the act or as the results of Injuries
received.     Five   rescues   were     made
.from Injuries or death by trains, two
from-firo, one from electrocution, fourteen from drowning, four from suffocation in wells and tanks, five in a mine
1 cavein and one from a runaway.
PLANS OF QUEBEC   BRIDGE.
British Columhla, the Fraser
vallev district being included in the
itinerary. The party left London on |
April 23, which should bring them
along here about the middle of May.
One of the conditions attached to this
travelling party Is that no one can
Join unless he is proceeding direct
with the party as far as Nelson.
The announcement in the Colonizer
Is in part as follows:
"The personally conducted party
will be ln charge of the editor of the
Colonizer. The avowed object is to
permit the party to view all the lead- (
ing agricultural and horticultural centres In the most economical and ex-1
peditlous manner. Having made this
tour members can definitely come to
a conclusion as to which centre they
prefer and accordingly make their arrangements.
"We ask our readers to note that
the editor of the Colonizer has already
visited British Columhla several times
and has an intimate knowledge of the
Pacific coast of North America.
"No one will be urged to purchase
any lands, and each member remains
entirely unfettered as to his course
of action.
"We advise all to make the whole
journey and so be able by personal
knowledge to make a wise choice
aeeinring to one's own tastes, lt will,
however, be open to anyone to join
the party, who, having already decided
upon a location in British Columbia,
only desires to remain with the main
party for any section of the journey.
No one can join unless he is proceeding direct with the party as far as
Nelson, H. C.
"Leave London on April 2?,. upon
,the S.S. Corinthian.
"Upon arrival at Montreal, proceed
to Toronto, and spend one day at Niagara Falls, travelling upon the Grand
Trunk railway.
"From Toronto proceed via Winnipeg upon the Canadian Pacific railway
to Nelson, B.C. A portion of a day
I wlll be allowed in Winnipeg en route.
"Reaching Nelson the party will
commence investigations and personally inspect the fruit orchards and see
as much of the surrounding district
as time permits.
"After inspecting this beautiful and
imost interesting district the steamer
will be taken to Nakusp, on the lovely
Arrow lakes where this rapidly developing district will he seen. Next to
Revelstoke and then to the Okanagan
lake, where is the famous "dry hilt"
wliich contains the most famous orchards of British Columbia. Next to
Salmon Arm and thereafter Kamloops,
on the Thompson river and thence to
Vancouver, Vancouver will he made
headquarters to visit the Eraser river
valley���famous for its fertile lands
for mixed fanning.
"Finally. Victoria���the picturesque
anil delightful capital city���will be
reached and a general Inspection of its
thriving, prosperous farms made. From
j Victoria, a short railway journey will
conduct the party to the Esquimau
and Nanaimo lands of the Canadian
Pacific railway, where the party will
see an excellent district newly opened up hy the enterprise of that company. The party upon returning to
Victoria will be disbanded and eacli
member will make his own choice of
location.
"The printed itinerary gives full details of the estimated expenses of the
Journey, but briefly we expect that between leaving London on April -li, and
breaking up at Victoria, the expenses
per head will  he about $1140.
"For those who do not wish to make
the  whole  tour,  the   Way   to  roughly
; calculate  the  expenses   is   to  add  to-
I gether steamer   and   railway   fare   to
destination,  sleeping car    fare,    plus
I about  $3  per day per bead for hotel
'and   sundry  expenses   to   any   chosen
destination.
"When hooking tbe passage (with
your own local shipping agent) you
will be required to pay the steamship
and railway fares, together with' the
cost of the sleeping car fares Montreal to Toronto, and Toronto to Nelson, B.C.
"The other expenses of the trip will
be paid hy Individual members at the
time   they   are   incurred���viz,   hotels,!
meals, baggage, etc.
"To be allowed to join llie party you ,
must be desirous of Investigating Brit-'
ish Columbia for the purpose of fruit
growing,  mixed  or dairy  farming,  or ;
poultry rearing.    According to    your
proposed  occupation  you   must   he  in
possession of not less than  .CTiOO capital.     If  you   fill   these  conditions  and
wish  to join   the party,  we  shall   be |
| pleased to hear from you at once, and
I try and arrange for you  to join  our1
| party."
i I
Notice Is hereby i.ien that an application will Le mane under Part V. of
he "Water Act, l.e'lt,"  io obtain a license in the South Westminster Division of New Westminster District.
(a) The name, address and occupation of the applicant: J. E. Murphy,
occupation, dairying and farming.
tb)    The name of the lake, stream
or  source   (it   unnamed,   the  descrip-'
tion is):   Spring on  Lot  11, Block 2,
Subdivision of Lot 3o.
(c) The point of diversion: At the
spring.
(d) The quantity of water applied
for (In cubic reel per second): One-
eighth  cubic  foot.
le) The character of the proposed
works; Tank at spring, pipe from
tank  to  dwellings.
(g) The purposes for which the
water is to be used: Dwellings,
dairying and stock.
(k) This notleo was posted on the
30th day of April, 1010, aud application will be made to the commissioner
on the 31st day of May, 1010.
(1) Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely
to be affected by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet:
None. .1. E. MURPHY.
New Westminster.
RICHMOND MUNICIPALlTu
WORKS.       Y
W.t
V-ilvej,
' ""sea ...
uiidf
1' ��!
Building \. j
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Tenders   Wanted.
Tenders will ho received hy the undersigned up to May 23rd, next, at
5 p. nr, lor twenty-five (25) tens
(2240 lbs.) of 6-inch and six (tl) tons
of 4-lnch Cast Iron Water Pipes, B-16
inch In thickness. Also two Cl)
6x4  Inch T's.
Pipes must he free from flaws,
cracks or other defects, and an even
thickness of metal throughout, cast
vertically, and covered with Dr. Angus Smith's or otber approved solution. Pipes to have the standard
size spigots and sockets.
Tenders to he marked "Tenders for
Water Pipes." The lowest or any tender not necessarily nccepted.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Ch rk.
City Hall, April 20, 1910.
Tenders  for
Sealed Tenders, endi
will  be  received  by  nN
at the Municipal Hall, [
to f> p.m. Saturday, m-,',
the   BUpply   Of   Sluice,
valves. '   ""l i
The specifications maj be
forms of tender obtalni $
of  the  engineers,  Ch
eron,   506-8,  Winch
ver,  B.  C.
The lowest or any tender    '
be  accepted.
April  2.1, 1910. " BLl<Hl
���������������������_ y
LAND ACTS.
New Westmister  Land DlgtJ
District   of   New   Westmin8.,
Take notice that Alexander J
nan, of  Vancouver,  Inoccupation contractor. Intends!
ply   for   permission   to  purchJ
following described landB:
Commencing at a post pianij
the southeast point, of the iBlanril
ate about four  H)  chains Iron'"
ber limit No. 11S733, thence nor
and westerly,aud southerly jJj
erly   around   the   slime   n't u
to place of commence-      ��� , ,,
four   acres,   more   or   li
ALEXANDER   M, LEN.ll
.1. F. BAGGS, Agent.
March 17, 1010.
\Vi
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER
WORKS.
LAND  ACT.
New   Westminster   Land Du.
District   of   New   WestmlnJ
Take   notice  that   .1 i;, es i;.-.
of Vancouver, B. ('., o<
cutter, Intends to app -
to   purchase   the   foil ���-.
lands:
Commencing   at a ]    t
the  southeast  point of
lying about  10 chains       ���
Island;   thence    nortl erly,  .,-.
southerly  and    easti
shore to the place of ��� .-..
containing 6 acres moi
JAMES
JOHN !     :.
April  20, 1910.
la* n
official i
body a)
toward
The i""
of time i
weather
able, 'Unh
The con
or nine h
to bave ���
There ������
missing '
time. Oi
posed te
river b>
It W*M
Tenders for Cast Iron Pipes and Special   Castings.
Sealed Tenders, endorsed "Cast
Iron Pipes," will be received by the
undersigned at the Municipal Hall,
Lulu Island, up to 6 p.m. en Saturday. May 7, prox.. for the supply of
ahout 10 tons of flexible jointed -1-lric i
cast Iron water pipes, and ahout fi
tons of special eastings.
The specifications may he Been and
forms of tender obtained at the i fflce
of the engineers, Cleveland & Cameron, 506-8, Winch Building, Vancouver, B. C.
The lowest or any tender may nol
be  nccepted.
C. L. BLIGHT,
April  23. 1. in. c M c
LAND  ACT.
New   Westminster   Land DV.riJ
District of New Westmintter,{
Take notice thai
Clowes of Vancouver, H. C. I
Hon, Imililini; Inspei ������ l
ply for permission to p
lowing described lai I
Commencing at  a  ;    t plan
the S. K  point of a Btnall island tj
In channel hetween Gi
Nelson Island; them ���  i ;
erly, Boutbei ly and e ��� u rly, atari
shore to tie place of coi inei m
containing 10 acres moi ������   i   ���>
SIMON HENRY Cl
������
Per JOHN  P. Bl
April 20, 1910.
ocaBBiaCTpagffiamrorcm fl
rens
Wash Suits
I
A large assortment in
plain, crash and print,
prices from 65c to $1.75.
Boys* Wash Blouse Suits
with extra pants and cap,
price from $1.25 to $2.50.
Cantilever  Style  Is Advised  by  Commission   of   Engineers.
Ottawa, May 5.���Hon.  Mr. Graham
I lias received word from the engineers
I comprising the board appointed to pre-
I pare plans for the  superstructure of
the Quebec bridge that, tesls In Canada,   Great.   Britain   and   the   l'nited
States have been successful.    Thc engineers have come to the conclusion
I that  the  cantilever  bridge   Is   better
than the suspension bridge, the latter
in their opinion being not practicable,
The engineers do not, contend  that
other plans than their own might not
be as good or In  some respects better,   and   they   are   open   to   consider
other plans, but they claim that from
the approved plans a safe bridge can
be constructed.
Tenders wlll be advertIsed for In
a few days. The successful tenderer
will have to accept the full responsibility for tho bridge.
CANADIAN  PAINTINGS
FOR   EMPIRE   FESTIVALS
Ottawa,   May   f��.���Two   Ottawa   pictures  will   go  to   London   among  the
'representative  Canadian  subjects    at
Ithe   Festival    of    Empire    in     May.
The two  pictures which   have so  far
'been chosen are "Tho Fathers of Con-
i federation," and "The arrival of Cham-
j plain."    The "Fathers   of   Confederation"  is  a  very  large  canvas,   which
i has   been   taken   from   the   house   of
i commons.    It Is the work of the late
! Robert Harris. C. M. O., It. C. A., and
Is valued at J4.000.
j "The Arrival of Chnmplain" is also
of large size, and has been taken from
the Canadian archives' building. It,
Is, however, a part of the collection
of the National Art Gallery, and wns
painted by George Agnew Reid, H. C.
A., and Is valued at $2,000.
M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sells  Lion  Brand  Clothing, Suits and Odd Knicker Pants
Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C
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