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 riRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
fc_E 5. NUMBER 60.
| HOLDINGS ARE
EXEMPT fROM TAXES
���pert.
>s Valued at$7,255,-
5 Contribute Nothing to
venue of City.
_ fohowlng is a summary of the
r/Vhlch th( cits councilJ��
feed ii"" several weeks ol nar_
B8ttssm��t    $10,8(11,7^.(10
'   | .      3,836,900.00
|1( ie8sment .. $ 7,255,865.00
|   ,( land    * 5,251,600.00
|(   ,      i|,.,,|-(,vc!Il.-lltS       ���J.OUl,:!.,;,.on
$ 7,255,855.00
^ted rerenw   .... $    430,680.97
.  ..      , ;Pi ��� Uture       296,776.13
|���ated surplus     $   133,904.84
I   atnounl   of    the    exemptions,
,,i;i [Sts  ol   city,   Bchool,  and
t is surprisingly large,
11, accounted tor by the large
L ol I ind which are being kept
Kui; purposes.
L ri    on thai the assessment on
[improvements  is  so   much   less
it is on  the land,  is that  the
is assessed  for its  full   value.
��� the Improvements ure only al
pi r cent.
_,- figures for the estimated (>x-
Ltures are  the    same  as    those
fished in    the  News    yesterday,
the exception of an addition of
tor  fire  purposes,   which   Is
an approximate  figure,  as  ll"1
le- ii. : i    noi  yet  made up.    This
Tl   e a surplus of about $130,000
jh will probably be handed over
Lderman Jardine  and  the board
f ir public works,
[tbe police department Alderman
V desired to bring in an estimate
���iv. new patro.men on the force,
It rlty of the council were
f n tavor.   A plain clothes man In
ol Chief Bradshaw will be en-
1, and tli" expenses in that  detent win be about  the same as
���rear. > ot $17,010 is allowed
prtei  Ions to 'he lighting system.
other estimates have no extra-
i,iiy expenditures in them.
UNIVERSITY SITE
COMMITTEE IS NAMED
LIPS
ASSURANCE   |
.WHITE, SHILES |   CO.
NEW   WESTMINST
MAIU'll  It!, 1910,
PHI CIO W_k CENTS
Mayor and Two Delegates
will Represent Royal City
on General Committee.
About sixty delegates und tt paid
secretary will form the proposed general committee to represent, and push
the claims of the lower mainland of
British Co.umbia tor the university
site.
At the last meeting held in Mayor
Taylor's office in Vancouver a
miitee of five wete appointed.
made   the   follow iny,   draft   of   tlie
eral committee:
Vancouver   city, the    mayor
three others.
New Westminster city, 111>- mayor
and  two others.
North Vancouver city, North  Van-
AVERTED FOE THE PRESENT
Dissatisfied Employees and Managers of ��� orty-seven Roads
Interested Decide to Accept Mediation of Federal
Officers���Action Must be Speedy.
com-
l'hey
genii ml
Chicago, Match 15.���Danger of an
immediate strike of 27,000 firemen on
Tlie western railroads oi this continent the coming week to be followed
by a cessation of work on the part
126,000 railway employees, was avoided today through the acceptance of
mediation through the federal authorises at Washington.
At th. request of the general managers of the forty-seven western roads
which both sides bad agreed to arbitrate, and two technical points, Involving promotion and represents-
jtion in the union. Tins.' latter subjects, the brotherhood contends, must
be arbitrated, but the railroads assert ftiat they cannot be arbitrated
because they ri bite to internal dispute.
|    *_MBe mediation falls through, the
.strike wlJ  go right on," said  President Carter tonight,
in  a statement   given out   tonight
WOMAN DOCTOR        NORTHERN,,,
flAYS SUFFRAGETTES:     ACE LA
Constitutional Argument!Only Article Obtainable At
Embodied Such Terms As; Fort Resolution Is Salmon
'' Grafters " and '' Fools."     Reserved for Dogs.
Involved, Chairman  .Martin A.  Knapp,   the  general   managers  sail  "all   pros-
of the Inter-State Commerce commis-   pects of a strike are over.   There will
"'-""     '.���'"-.I��� ���     !'���'���     Qrey,|Biont and    Commissioner    of   Labor j be none,    Settlement of the whole
>eil   telegraphed   an  offer  of  federal    controversy by  mediation  is  assured.
The men are demanding a general
IffiUS OF TBE GREEN
SE A ill) PROGRAM
South Vancouver. Burnaby, Coquitlam, Richmond, Surrey, Langley, Sumas. Matsqui, Chilliwack city and
Chilliwack municipality, Agassiz.
Mission. Hammond, Port Haney,
Maple' Ridge will each be represented
by the mayor" or reeve or another
representative as the case may be.
The University Association of Central Park will be represented by one
delegate.
Nanaimo. Ladysmith and Cumberland will be asked to co-operate by
sending one delegate each.
The following public bodies will
also be asked to s< nd representatives.
Five boards of trade, on tlie lower
mainland, the Trains and Labor
Council of Vancouver, one delegate.
The following educational bodies:
McGill college, two delegates; St.
Mark's-- Anglican cOilege, one delegate; West minster hall, one; Columbian college, the Roman Catholic
bishop, the alumni of the lower mainland, four delegates; the Educational
association, two; Royal Institution of
Learning, one; Women's University
Cub, one; Women's Educational club,
one; Association of Applied Science,
two; medical men. two; old country
graduates, one.
mediation to tlie union officers.   This I
offer was accepted, \\\ S. Carter,
president of the Brotlierhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen,
stipulating, however, that tlie action
must  begin  without  delay,
The appeal to Washington was taken as an eleventh hour move to prevent a walkout, which it was declared,
threatened the greatest railroad
strike since that of 1894.
Thirty-seven members of the western federated board of the brotherhood last midnight formally voted
for a strike.
The hour for striking had been set
for next Monday, and the members
were prepared to start for home to
put the strike into action when the
mediation  steps  were taken.
The members will come to Chicago
and. according to Mr. Carter, will not
arbitrate the questions in dispute, but
will determine what shal, be arbitrated.     The   questions   included   wages,
increase  of   12%   per  cent  in   wages.
.The principal .ines affected by the
strike  order are   tha  Santa  Fe,  Chi-
'cago & Alton. Burlington, St. Paul.
Rock Is.and. Colorado Southern,
Croat Northern, Illinois Central, Missouri, Kansas & Texas Northern Pacific, Oregon Short Line. Oregon Railway & Navigation company, Frisco
Line, Southern Pacific and Union Pacific.
I	
| N'ew York. March 15,���Grand. Master W. G. Lee, of the Brotherhood of
[Railway  Trainmen,  received  today a
; telegram from the leaders of the
Firemen's Union in Chicago, asking
if the trainmen wotil 1 stand by the
firemen in  their projected strike in
I the west.    Mr. Lee has sent no reply.
.Associates said that Lee felt that the
railroad union felt that the trainmen's
I union had their hands ful, in the
east at present.
JAPANESE  EDITORS SEE
NO   REASON   FOR   ALARM
YUKONEK
INTERESTED
IN   Bid  LAND   DEAL
|h Concert This Evening  Promises
[to Be One of the Best Enter.
tainments of Season.
���t Patrick's concert tonight premie be one of the treats of the
ton.  The management has spared
pains to collect the best talent pro.
Ne in the city, and some of the
in    Vancouver.    Miss    Alvina
|iii. Who  has  often    delighted  au-
bees   In   New    Westminster,  will
some Irish  songs, in which she
Is great tin expert as she is with
' Scotch airs.    Mr. and Mrs. Con-
White, the  talented  entertainers
In Vancouver,  will   lend  their  as-
la""'     Willie   Keary wilt    contri-
a violin solo.
P'i,! artists who will take part in
Program are Fre.l Filgiano. Miss
Perta   Lavery,    Master   Crbll.    A.
I:ih"    Piper Wright,    Miss Pyne,
JGilespie, O'Callagahan'B orchestra.
|bs Uura Lavery and Miss Vass.
A deal between sixty-nine and seventy thousand dollars went through
the office of \V. J. Kerr on Monday.
The names of the principals could
not be secured other than that the
buyer is an Alaska uiau who is here
to invest the surplus of a fortune accumulated in the Yukon, lie intends
having this tract of land subdivided
and so.d iu small holdings.
The properly lies outeido of NeW
Westminster in the direction of Port
Moody, a further detailed report of
tho transaction will be given later.
but for tlie present it was impossible
to secure more than the vague outlines here stated. The land is mostly
improved and at present under cultivation.
Tokio, March 1"..���At a general
meeting of the International Press association, Japanese representatives of
the newspapers or America and Europe being present, reselutions were
adopted unanimously that in view of
the present reports abroad concerning the attitude of Japan, the correspondents express themselves as
wholly unable to discover any basis
in the circumstances for the sentiment warranting disquieting speeches.
Expects Brisk   Business.
Nelson,  March   15.���W.  A.    Anstie,
I secretary   of   Mountain   Lumberman's
association   is  back  from   a  tour  of
tlie east and anticipates an increase
of fifty per cent In the cut this year.
Japanese   Goes   Insane.
Noticing one of their companions,
Kintals Taraski, trying to push a
railway engine off tli - track at the
Great Northern station yesterday,
some Japanese workmen found that
be had gone violently insane. At
the police station he was examined
by Drs. Manchester and Rothwell,
who declared him insane and committed him to the asylum.
Albany, N. Y.. Marcn IB.���Dr. Mary
Walker, in what she called a "con-
stitionai argument," before the assembly judiciary committee today
made a violent attack on the women
who are advocating woman suffrage
bills.
The terms "grafter" and "fool" figured liberally ln ber remarks. She
was particularly severe In ber criticism of Rev. Anna Shaw, president of
the National Woman Suffrage asso
elation, whom she designated as a
I'eacher who does not preach, and
follows woman suffrage advocacy for
for a living.
"While Mrs. Belmont holds meetings at ber Newport palace," exclaimed Dr. Walker, "you can't even get
in without paying five dollars for the
efforts of those behind this movement."
Tlie speaker insisted that till laws
such as proposed are in violation of
the United States constitution wbicli,
slit claims to have discovered thirty
right years ago, contains authority
for woman suffrage.
"There's no use of suen sidy rubbish as this bill," she exclaimed. "If
women go to the polls in a body and
demand their rights to vote, the men
don't dare to refuse them."
Wlnlpeg, March 15.���Word received
from Fort Resolution. Athabasca, under date Of February 1. states that
there is a total absence of food in
the far north. This is causing gnat
distress among .the Indians.
Caribou, "the staple article of food,
is absent.
Flsh is the only product available,
the bulk of which Is not toi fresh, as
it was caught last September for
dogs' food for tbe  winter months.
NEW ARCHITECT ARRIVES
lO START  BUSINESS  HERE
TARIFF CONFERENCE.
Dis
Jam Company Exoands.
Nelson, March 1.���The Kootenay
Jam company lias just let contracts
for tloubdng the present plan; and
will shortly be able to turn out five
tons daily. The undertaking is a profitable addition to the steadily growing fruit trade of tlte district,
French   and   Canadian    Treaties
cussed  at Washington.
Washington. I). C, March la.���The
French  and   Canadian  tariff  treaties j
were attain   the   subject  at   the  con-
f. rence   i    th    VvVt \    House today.
Ambassador   _usser__d,   of   France, |
called to ;.     th   ; r isident immediate, j
ly after luncheon, and the two talked
for some time i;i thi   parlors or the ���
house.      Later    the    president    saw
James McDonaid, of    Toronto,    and I
than  consulted     with    Secretary    of
State Knox and members of the tariff
board. rj
It   was   said   that   nothing  definite
Iwi!   be dee'eed  until tlie president's]
return    trom   bis    western   tri])    on
March 23.
ALSACE LORRAINE IS GIVEN
MORE   IMPORTANT   STATUS
The report that many new buildings
are likely to be put up in tlie city during the present season, lias induced
Campbell Hope, C. A., Cal., a well-
known architect of Vancouver, io
open a branch of his business here.
Seen yesterday by a Daily News
representative he said lie had been
looking round the city for some tillie
and had come to the conclusion that
there was plenty of work here, and
In a few months there would be a
great deal more.
Mr. Campbell Hope has just been
appointed to erect the Oppenhelmer
Memorial wbicli is to take the form
of a conservatory in Stanley Park.
He is also responsible for a few ot
the Vancouver schools and many fine
residences and rooming houses in and
near the Terminal city. He has taken olfiees at 636 Columbia street.
Nelson  Gets   Engineering  Works.
Nelson. March 15.���Tlie Rossiand
Engineering works will be moved to
Nelson on April 1. and amalgamated
here with the Nelson Iron works and
be known as Consolidated Engineering Works of Nelson. Ltd. W. M.
Cunliffe. of the Rossland company,
joins B. A. Isaacs and B. W. Hinton
of the local company. The works here
wlil be considerably enlarged.
FUSEBAL OF JOHN HOUSTON
LARGEST IN KOOTENAYS
FIRE ESTIMATES PROVIDE
FOR AUTOMOBILE WAGON
Coquitlam Lake Land Is
Reserved From Settlement
Equipment   Sought   Will   Be   Strictly
Up to Date���Site for West End
Fire Hall to Cost $1000.
|V�� HUNDRED SCHOOL QIRLS
-SMASH FURNITURE
l^s Moines. Iowa, March 15.���Five
Tn""d girls in the  state industrial
11001 at Mitehellville broke into op-
. r,'"lt this afternoon.
Furniture was    smashed and    the
Is,. threatened   to   demolish   the
JuiMtiigs.
Pfoa Pattie Garrison, the   matron,
F'ppiioned Governor  Carro.l  for  as-
fstanpa..
pSSlNG TUG NINA IS
STRICKEN  OFF  NAVY  LIST
tnitertW_.gt0n' D- C., March 15.~The
Lipi   tes navai tu&Nina.wnich
L.   , ;lWay from Norfork on Febru-
Ih*e nn__; ,?08,on- w^ stricken from
In rffi I todav-   This constitutes
'    ,m<1'al declaration by    th^ navy
apartment that the little vessel Is
fl*itb all on board.
lf Je Kove"iment will pay the next
j,nf" nf the officers and crew the
Ibis \ WRSP8 f��r 8,X months from
telati ' after that the dePendent
L'0,VPS w|" receive the usual small
if the estimates of the fire committee are passed by the council, New
Westminster will bave an automobile
chemical and hose wagon as part of.
its fire equipment, This was recommended by Chief Watson In bis annual report and in Alderman GUley's
estimates, which have not yet been
passed by the council, (6,600 ls provided for the purchase of one of tbe
most modern fire fighting appliances
on the market.
A new fire hall is. also provided for
in the estimates, at a cost of $2,5011.
One thousand dollars is mid aside
for the purchase of a site which will
probably be somewhere ln the west
end of the city. Chief Watson also
gets a new buggy at a cost of $120,
and the firemen all get increases In
pay.
South Westminster Homes.
H. D. Miller, manager of the locai
branch of the B. C. Telephone company, ls building a handsome residence for himself in South Westminster. By all appearances there will
soon be many "fine homes there. Real
estate men say that many of their
buyers ln that district are purchasing with a view to building.
Recent Prices.
The price paid for Lot 2, City
Block IB, which changed hands a
short whl.e ago is registered at $7750.
Lot 10, group 2, fetched $46,000. .
Demand for Burnaby Lots.
There ls a strong demand Just now
for Burnaby property, good lots are
still to be had there from $400 upwards.
A copy of the order ln council passed at Ottawa on Friday, March 4.
with reference to the land reservation around Lake Coquitlam has been
received here. Following is the text
of the document:
Whereas representations bave been
made to the Department of the Interior from time to time by the city of
New Westminster and by the Vancouver Power company in connection
J with ti reservation of the lands comprising the catchment basin or drainage  area  of    Coquitlam bike    In  the
railway bell In the province of British Columbia;
| And Whereas the city of New Westminster obtains its water supply
from CoQUitiam lake and has applied
for a large area surronding tlie lake
to protect and preserve Its water supply from contamination:
And Whereas the Vancouver Power
company uses Coquitlam lake for reservoir and storage purposes in connection with Its water power development on the North Arm of Burrard Inlet, and has applied for a reservation of all lands with the timber
thereon, draining Into Coquitlam lake
In order that the rainfall may be conserved and the run-off regulated;
And Whereas an engineer of the
Department of the Interior after a
personal inspection, reports;
"It would be to the best interest
of all concerned lf the department extended the reservation of the land
Immediately surrounding Coquitlam
lake, applied for by the city of New
Westminster, to contain all the lands
within the lake's catchment basin.
The rainfall is very heavy over the
Coquitlam lake district with a consequent heavy run-off. The water
supply of the city of New Westminster and the Increasing requirements
of the Vancouver Power company for
water power purposes renders necessary the conserving and protection
of tho forest cover on all land draining into Coquitlam lake In order that
the run-off may be gradual and constant. There are at present no settlers within the Coquitlam take d/aln-
town-
age area and it would be advisable
if entry Into this area lor any purpose except tbat of the Power company aud tlie city of New Westminster be upon permission of the Minister of the Interior. No accurate survey of the height of land surrounding Coquitlam lake has been made
but from reconnaissance and exploratory surveys by the engineers of the
Vaucouver Power company the following townships will very nearly cover
the water shed of Coquitlam lake,
viz:
"W��� fractional township 4. range
fi, west 7 th meridian.
"West  one-third and   NE of
ship 5, range 0. west 7th meridian.
"Township fi. range 6, west 7th
meridian.
"Fractional township 7. range 6,
west 7th meridian.
"Sections 1, 12, 13, 24, 25 and 28 in
fractional township 5, west 7th meridian.
His Excellency in council, in view
of the report made by the Departmental Engineer, In view of the city
of New Westminster, and in view of
the necessity for the conserving and
regulating the run-off of the said watershed Is pleased to order, and It Is
hereby ordered, that the land described above, excepting thereout the
land sold and to be sold and leased
to the Vai'couver Power company for
the purposes of Its power development, shall b��� reserved from all settlement and occupation and the timber thereon shall be reserved from
sale, except such sales as may be authorized by the Governor-in-Counclr,
and further that all persons shall be
prohibited from entering upon the
said lands so reserved except only
such persons as are duly authorized
by the Minister of the Interior In connection with the water supply of the
city of New Westminster, the works
of the Vancouver Power company or
for such other purposes as the Minister of the Interior may deem necessary In the public interest.
RODOLPHE BOTJDREAU,
������>  Clerk of the Privy Council.
Berlin, March 15.���By a narrow
margin the Reichstag today adopted
the resolution of the Alsatian member, Prelss, asking for a bill making
Alsace Lorraine a fertile state with
the same status as other states of the
empire.
Dr. Gregere, another Alsatian member, offered an amendment which
was adopted providing that In the
event of an Alsatian parliament being
formed, its members should lie elected by universal, direct and secret
ballot.
City  of   Nelson    Suspends    Business
While Body of Pioneer Journalist Is Laid to Rest.
MILL SITE ACROSS RIVER
CHANGES HANDS FOR $3,500
Vendor  Bought  Property  Four Years
Ago for $350���General  Store
to Be Built.
Nelson, March 15.���The funeral of
the late John    Houston,    four times
mayor of Nelson,  which    took place
this afternoon, was the largest ever
seen In the Kootnays.   All stores and
places of business were closed from
, two to four o'clock, and many flags
; were  flying half  masted.    The   pall
bearers  were  E.  E.  Pliair,    Thomas
i Madden, J. J. Malone, J. A. Irving. F.
i Teetzel and J. A Gilker, ail old timers.    Mayor  Selous and  members of
i the city council  followed    the    city
[ band    The Eagles and citizens made
la lengthy procession.   Interment was
In the Eagles plot  in the cemetery.
1 Rev. Dr. Ferguson, of 'St. Paul's Presbyterian church, conducted    the services. '.
A two-story brick building is to be
erected by a Winnipeg man at the
corner of the Vale aim Scott roads.
The site changed bun yesterday
for $;i,5im. lt was originally a mill
site and contains three and one-half
acres. Four years ago it was so.d
for $350.
The purchaser Is a dry goods man
and will open a large general store
In his new building. He believes in
New Westminster and lias' faith In
the growth of the district across the
river.
ENTERTAINMENT BRINGS IN
MONEY FOR GOOR TEMPLARS
Performance Was Well Patronized By
Supporters of Movement���Vancouver Artist Made Big Hit.
ROMAN CATHOLICS TO HAVE
CHURCH AT FRASER MILLS
Work has been commenced on the
clearing of a site for a church to be
built by the Roman Catholic popula-
tidn of Fraser Mills, the necessary
property having been donated by the
proprietors of the big mill. The
church will be located north of the
mlli, close to the Coquitlam road, and
will cost in the neighborhood of
$3000.
Seating accomodation will be provided for between 300 and 350 people. Most of the attendants will be
recruited from the French-Canadian
element employed in the lumber
yards, although quite a number of
Roman Catholics residing in the district will also Join the church.
The Templars' concert given last
night in the opera house under the
I management of Mr. and Mrs. R. Har-
| ris and Rev. A. de B. Owen was well
I patronized and worthy of the support
lit received. The hit of the evening
I was made by A. E. Earle, of Vancou-
! ver, when he sang "St. Patrick's Day"
j as an encore to a patriotic song.
Although Mr. Earle drew the greatest applause with this song, the rest
I of the numbers    were    exceptionally
'good and it would hardly be fair to
! give preference to any one perform-
'er.    "Reveille,"   a  tableau  given  by
the Boys' Brigade under the management of R. Harris, and "A Dream of
Fair Women," under the management
| of Miss Thompson, were exceedingly
jwell done and roused the enthusiasm
j of the audience.
The Royal Templars of Temperance
i under whose auspices the concert
! was given, took in over $200 and. ai-
| though about half of that will be taken for expenses, the coffers ot the
I society will be considerably enlarged
[by the entertainment.
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
march i6
Classified Advertisements GIRLS 18. TO KILL
ZZI^5i���ZZ: TRAlTflESS TO iHEIii BAND
WANTKD      TO      RENT ���DOUBLE 	
room,  suitable for two    gentlemen
or   two   single   room     centrally   io- Female  -Apache"    Who  Gave    Away
cated,  Columbia    street    preferred.
Address  Box  B. K., News office. Secrets Set Upon and Stabbed
New Advertisements
WILSON, COOK _ CO.
Office in Northern Crown Bank.
Phone  646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
FINE   Fifth   street     lot,   cleared,   $50
cash, $15 a month.
Five acres of good land near tram
line; near Sapperton; 3 acres In
fruit trees; most all under cultivation; small house and outbuildings.
Price $3500; $1000 cash: balance
over two years.
WANTED���A   BENCHMAN.  WALSH
Sash _ Door factory.
With  Knives.
WANTED AT ONU-���l'WO t--UU
carpenters. Apply 4] i St. ueorge
street.
WANTED���KITCHKN MAID APPLY
Mrs.  Dr.  Jones, Royal  avenue.
WANTED���TENDERS TO CLEAR
and grade 2 66-foot lots.   Apply 113
_ St. Patrick street.
WANTED- COMPETENT GIRL FUR
downstairs work, must have knowledge of plain cooking. Apply .Mrs.
Dr. Joni b, 48 Royal avenue.
WANTED���AT ONCE, WAITRESS,
at Kenny's cafe.
WANTED���TO GO TO ENGLAND
as companion to lady, children no
objection. Any time before May.
address  T. <;., Daily  News.
WANTED���A    SINGLE    MAN    FOR
teaming and general ranch work.
Apply A. T. t'eper,oy, corner Pole
line and Hastings road, Burnaby
lake. .
WILL PAY A FAIR PRICE FOR
shingle bolts. See us at mill ofljce
or at Room 9, Rank of Commerce
building. Address Box 1003, Westminster Mill Co., Ltd.
WANTED���SITUATION BY GOOD
Japam Be cook, speaks English well,
Wag! > $25 and up. Nukina Japanese Mission of Sappertco, 13. C.
Phone 261.	
WANTED ��� A GENTLEMAN AS
companion to share with another,
furnished apartments in the West
end.    Apply 200 News ofTlce.
!���. ..   ;        . L5.���Female "apaches"
t night atu mpted to carry out sen-
of death passed by their band.
one of the
suburl strlcts ol Pa Ls
m .:. who bad denounced their lawless
plans to tbe police.
Tlie  band  bad  noticed  that  * - '���
time they made any nocturnal exp< di-
tion the police appeared at tbe critical moment and put them to flight
The chiefs of the gang met in council of war and delegated two of their
ale members to discover tbe
source by which news of their plans
leaked out. The culprit was soon as-
certained to be a girl nicknamed
"Curette," the sweetheart of a member of a rival gang. She was denounced to the chiefs and sentenced to
death, her denunciators being appointed < xecutipners.
Lasl night they tracked their pn y
to the Bou.evard Garibaldi, and under
the railway arch assailed her with
.knives. The victim's life was saved
by the appearance of the police, w ho
arrt Bte I the assailants, while Curette
was taken to the hospital.
Tlie police ar-- waging determined
' war" on the "apache," and the local
commissioner In the district which
lias been the scene 'of the latest coup
��� h;is sworn to rid the neighborhood of
the pests.
M. Vallette, head of the "frying brigade" of police, is nightly carrying out
raids in the Montmartre quarter on
cafes and bars frequented by the "apaches."
MUST   be   sold  at  once,  two   lots  on
Sixtli   avenue,  Burnaby;  $-5  c
$10  a montli.
$20 DOWN and $10 a month buys
two large lots on Third avenue,
Burnaby.
$30   per   acre   will   buy   160   acres   of
good   l_ad;    partly   covered    with
heavy cedar.    Langley.   One-fourth
balance over three years.
Nine   acres   near   junction   of   Clarke
and North roads; $375 per acre.
CORNER of Second street and Second avenue, $40 cash, balance $20
per month.
$30 will secure a lot 41x217 near city
car line ic Burnaby. Price onlv
$290.
$225 each buys four large lots two
blocks from city car line in Burnaby; near Tentli avenue, city. One-
quarter cash; balance to arrange.
$40 per acre buys 160 acres of good
funning land in Surrey; one mile
from tram line. This is suitable to
subdivide.
$350 per acre for nine acres off the
North road on the Clarke road In
Coquitlam; one-fourth cash; easy
terms on balance.
Will exchange a complete equipped
five-acre ranch near Sapperton for
house and lot in New Westminster
of equal value.
Four lots in Sapperton; $200 each; '4
cash,
$850 buys 3 large lots in Burnaby; all
facing city car line; also a corner;
one-half cash.
Three lots, all facing Sixth stret car
line; a corner; $2S5 each; half cash.
SHINGLE MILL, fully equipped, and
in running order. Free grant of
Bl 10 acres of timber land containing 30 million feet of timbt r, 19
million feet of good cedar and 11
million of good fir. $12000 will handle it. This is a splendid buy. Full
particulars on application to us.
Ready
Money
A   GOOD     FRIEND     ALWAYS
If vou deposit your money for
safety in The Bank of Toronto
it will be safe while you leave
it, and ready when you need it,
and it will be
AllTheTime
earning for you three per cent,
interest. Small or large sums
may be deposited at any time.
SNAP  in   Langley,   160 acres  of  good    Factory  site,  main  channel  of  Hraser
farming land, $27.50 per acre. river, near New Westminster, hav
ing 475 feet of waterfrontage.   See
us for juice and terms.
SNAP   in   Surrey   on   Yale   road,   160
acres,   $47.50   per   acn-.   _   . ._ _.._...	
:,,.����� rAPu rj���7,���~ ; r $4-00 Per front foot win buy 100��feet
$2,C00 CASH  handles 10 acres of land
all  cleared with over $2,000 worth
of improvements, having 270 fe< I
waterfrontage;  situated    on    main
of waterfrontage on North Arm Of
Burrard Inlet. This block contains
45 acres.    Must be sold at once.
channel   of  the   Eraser   river,   close    Nine    chains    of    waterfrontage
to Great Northern railway.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO RENT ���LARGE FRONT BED-
room suitable for gentleman. Apply 609 Victoria street, near Daily
News office.
FOR   RENT.
SENDS   FOR   UNDERTAKER
THEN    KILLS   HIMSELF
FOR
RENT���
HOUSE
AND
4
LOTS
in
lurnaby,
near car
line,
5
rooms
and
bath room, pant
ry, etc.
Rents
for
$12 per
month.
May-
lease for
6 months if
tennent
suits.
TO RENT���ROOM SUITABLE FOR
gentleman. Apply 205 Carnarvon
street.
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
for r*ie or two ,adies. close to car.
(it", Hamilton street, city.
TO LET ��� FURNISHED^ROOMST
West end. Apply D. X., Daily News
office.
_W~WNT^mTO~~W~~ROOMS
suitable for light housekeeping. Apply Alex. Speck, at his store, Front
street. i   |
Olympia, March 1 .'.���Short,y after
midnight last night Edward Far-
quhar summoned an undertaker to his
rooms to remove tlie dead body^of his
divorced wife, whom earlier fn the
evening had died of strychnine poisoning.
As the body of the wife was carried from the house Farquhar placed
a revolver to his head and killed himself.
He was a son of a prominent and
once wealthy Olympia merchant.
Mrs. Farquhar was formerly Miss
Aniiabe.le Mills, of Chehalis. They
were married about twenty years ago
and divorced two years ago.
One acre on Clarke road near Burnaby; price $575; $60 cash; balance
$10 per montli.
on
North Arm of Fraser. Block contains 45 acres. Price $300 per acre;
$3000 cash; balance over live years.
Has house and barn and part under
cultivation.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE -- OWNER HAS TO
leave the city; 10-room modern
house with big lot; for sale at a
snap.    Apply P. O.  Box 240.
BRENING & CO.
General   Brokers.
Room 6. Merchants Bank      Phone 683
FIVE ACRES on Eburne car line,
fi\e minutes from New Westminster.   Under markel price.
ONE ACRE North Vancouver; best
location;   Main street, $li;nu.
GOOD LOT Cedar Cottage, $550; |-4
easl i.
THREE   LOTS     Central   Park-     $850
each.
WANTED���Two   Lots   in   Block   4,   D.
L. 28,  Burnaby.
WOMAN  JOINS  MOB
IN  CRY  FOR   LYNCHING
ADVERTISES   SOUL   FOR
SALE   FOR   EMPLOYMENT
Memphis, Tenn., March 1".���Seeing
nothing but starvation unless he resorted to unusual methods, L. O. Leonard, a machinist, yesterday spent .almost his last cent for an advertisement in a local paper, offering to sell
his soul for any kind of honest work.
Leonard took tills action after three
months' search in Memphis for work.
He is a machinist and bohermaker's
helper. He says he tramped from
.place to place In a vain effort to get
ia job. He has been rewarded, be
says, with an occasional piece of work
only, not, enough to keep himself, bis
wife and his children.
75 Acres in Langley on Great Northern;   $60 per acre.
$125 secures a large lot, 72 x 120, one
block from city car line and on
Hastings road; balance G, 12 and
18 months.    Price $400.
50 chains water frontage containing
only 11 1-2 acres; all cleared. This
property is in the city limits; Lu.u
Island.   Good price and terms.
$1800 will buy 2 1-2 acres, Including
house and barn; running spring on
property located on Pitt river road;
west of Fraser River mills, on car
line survey to mills;  one-half cash.
Home   on   Royal   avenue;   fully   modern G rooms; $1500 cash and terms.
House   and   barn   on   Fourth   street;
$1000 cash; balance easy.
Barn to rent on  Royal  avenue-  $8.00
per month.
80   BRANCHES
in   Ontario,   Quebec   and   the
West.
For Tasty  anH  r
Leaders
JOB PRINTING we^
Jackson Prin
Company
THOMSON   BLOCK.   MARKc>
SQUARE,  PHONE _S*ET
n
CAPITAL
REST   ...
$4,000,000
.  4,750.000
Bankof Toronto
NEW    WESTMINSTER,    B.   C.
BRANCH
J. Gracey, Mgr,
New Lally Laci os
in   at
H. Morey Gr Co.j
���   665  Columbia  St., Westminster
L
THE MF.AL8 AT THE
Lytton Hote
are prepared by expert white
cooks in the cleanest and most
sanitary   kitchen  in   tbe   city.
21-MEAL   TICKET   $4.50
$350 an acre will buy three acres of j We  have  a  bu er for      sma||     iece
Crr\r\f1    rro__Ia-.r.     l..i.,l     ,...;....   1   .    C ��� ���    ���V,I_1. '
good garden land suitable for chicken ranch; on corner of two main
roads;  Lulu Island.
A fine five-acre ranch fully equipped
at a sacrifice; near Sapperton and
New Westminster. Too many good
things about this to print. Call for
full   particulars.
of acreage In Burnaby.
WILSON,  COOK   &   CO.
Office in Northern Crown Bank.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
We Give Careful Attention
$350 an acre buys 5 acres on Clarke    to accounts of corporations, firms and
road  near  Burnaby. ' Individuals,  and  shall   be  pleased   to
i.,nn  " Till I 7,���   meet or  correspond  with  those  wbo
$700 buys  1   M6 acres on tram  line ( contemplate making changes or onen
only   $"00   |ng nPW accounts.
If you haven't a  Savings Account
NOW is the best time to start one
GENERAL  AGENTS
Gasoline Lighting
Red Cross Sanitary
Closet
___                   Hall  and  Lavery Block
EGGS! ;
Green Cut Bone to Make    VCC   VW7V   9    PA
Your  Chickens   Lay.       I tt   _______   &   IU.
Central Meat Market!
BOWELL _ ODDY
_orner Elfhu. Bt. -of    Hft_ Amu
PHONE   170.
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and  Pressed.
; Windsor Hotel Block
P. 0. B:il��
in  South   Westminster
cash.
The Royal Bank of Canada
Philadelphia, March I ���The most
serious disturbances of the evening
occurred when a four-year-old child
was killed by a ear run at high speed
to get away from men and boys who
were stoning it.
The ear stopped and an angry crowd
gathered and made an attempt to get
at the motorman, il. x. Gambia, of
While plains, NAY. The policeman on
board drew his revolver and held tbe
crowd back while another policeman
*cnt in a riot call.
There were cries of "lynch him,"
and it is said a woman produced tt
rope.   The situation wns exceedingly
critical  when a squad of mounted policemen arrived.
Tlie crowd began to scatter when
tho police were forced to use their
Ciiibs. Several persons were slightly
wounded. Three men and one woman
were arrested.
J.   PIERPONT  MORGAN   VIEWS
ART TREASURES OF  VATICAN
Rome, .March ll.���There was hardly a minute of rest yesterday for J.
Pierpont Morgan. Viewing works of
art, attending to correspondence and
receiving visitors comprised the program for morning and afternoon, and
this evening ho dined with the Princess Teano, who held a reception in
his honor. Mr. Morgan is in perfect
heal Hi.
As Mr. Morgan had expressed a desire to visit the Borgia apartment in
the Vatican at a time When tourists
Were not admitted, M^r. Misciattelli,
perfect of the apostolic palaces, today sent. Mr. Morgan a special card of
admission.
CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN
SERVICE TO BE  FASTER
Victoria, March 14.���Steamer Mai-
tal, of tbe Canadian-Austral������ line,
formerly the Mlowera, arrived tonight
from Australia with a fml complement
Of passengers. She brought news that
the steamer Manuka ls to replace her
on the return to Australia and that
the service will then be maintained by
the steamers Makura, Mamma, Manuka. Advices were also brought by
the Maitai that provisionally to calling for tenders for a new and faster
mall service between Canada and
Australia has extended the contract
With the T'nlon Steamship company
one year from Juiy 81.
Five acres near tram line and Sapperton: 3 acres under cultivation; 100
fruit trees; price J2200; one-third
cash.
������ ������  (Incorporated 1S69)
$375  per acre  will   buy  two four-acre   Capital   Paid-Up    $ 5,000 000
blocks at junction  of    North    and   Reserve       5,700,000
Clarke roads;   one-fourth rush:   bai-   Total  Assets       ......  70.000,000
anee easy.    This is almost in Burn-       .\(>w  Westminster.   B.   C.   Branch,
aby and we well sell either block.    _. f. ��hutb   Manager.
Curtain Stretchers!
A necessity at House-
cleaning Time
For Sale at
KIRK'S HARDWARE, New wK.rai���
ster,
B.C
Rank  nf  Mnnfrpal ^5S^2Saaas^3^^
For Cheap, Quick Sale
Two adjoining lots at Kennedy Station on tram line in Delta, containing
9(/2 acres. Well situated, fine view
and good soil; alder bottom. Would
make a beautiful suburban residence
site.
For price and particulars apply by mail to
P. O. BOX 691,
New Westminster, B. C.
ESTABLISHED 1817.
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���Deposit?
received  In  sums of $1  and  upward
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, p ���
annum (present rate).
JoW   Assets over fl68,000,0UO.UO.
WET  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
(1. D. BRTMNBR, Mimager.
FOB   FIRST  CLASS
JOB PRINTING
GO TO TIIE
ARROW PRESS
739   FRONT   ST.,   WINDSOR   BLOCK
"ronrletress. Mrs. M. Dominy
in ______
Estimates Given. Phone 567.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
PAINTERS,   PAPER-HANGERS   AND
DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, between Second avenue and Third streets.
NEW WESTMINSTER
B.C.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office Eighth St
Decidedly The Best Buy In
BURNABY
7 Acres fronting on Vancouver to Westminster Tram line, between Wise Road and
the Junction, good 6-roomed house and barn,
small orchard. A splendid subdivision proposition.    Price $10,500 on easy terms.
We have the exclusive sale.
NATI0N_1 FINANCE CO.
LIMITED
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 515 Curtis Block 657 Columbia St. THE DAILY NEWS.
JESDAV. MARCH  16, 1910.
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a
Westminster View"
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$25.00 Cask
will secure one
of these LOTS
Balance Spread Over
18 Montks
he Place to Buy
To Get Quick Returns
The way the people are snapping up these lots is ample
proof that we made no mistake in believing this to be the
best subdivision proposition yet to hand. The South side of
the River is bound to build up rapidly, especially when the
tram commences to run regularly, which will be in a short
time. Already several handsome residences are contemplated
at "Westminster View" and more are sure to follow. Those
who have inspected this property declare it to be the most
ideal residential site to be found any where, overlooking as it
does the Fraser River from Lulu Island to Hillside, and the
City of New Westminster.
Then the low price and exceptionally easy terms���$25.00
Cash, balance over 18 months, puts these lots within the reach
of all.
* ���
Come To-Day and Let
Us Show You Over
the Ground.
Hale Bros.
Limited
Kennedy
Real Estate, Insurance and Timber
Over Merchants Bank, Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets
Phone 335
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
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The Daily News
Published by The Dally -News Publlsn-
!_,: Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
_. a,.  Paigu Managing  Director
WEDNESDAY,   MARCH   16, 1910.
taring establlBhmenta    the    peril becomes of far graver import.
Tin- Council ought not to deal with
bo serious a matter as this i:i the
half hearted, Indifferent, mercenary
way that it has been and is doing. It
IA i;s duty's guardian of the public
health to adopt the very besi system
for refusal disposal that is available.
I_Tow is the opportunity for Mayor
Lee to prove his worth. We hope he
wlli do it by convincing*t_e alderman
thai tiiis city must have an incinerator.
REFUSE   DISPOSAL.
It is nothing less than a serious
misfortune for this city that the Council lias decld( d not to provide a refuse destructor. Months ago it was
agreed, after due deliberation and ' n-
quiry thai it was, necessary to have
some s ich effective means for the
consumption of garbage and refuse,
and a sum of twenty thousand dollars
was provided In the money by-law-
passed last .1 I. lor the purpose.
Since that time the council and its officers have i >i. dilly-dallying aboul
over tiiis matter, until now it has decided not to Install an Incinerator,
The reaso.i fclven for this decision by
the chairman of the Health committee Is thai the difficult} of collecting
garbage wou.d be so greal and the Installation of an incinerator would be
co. tly.
Now this is utter foolishness. 1'
is of the greatest Importance to the
health and well being of the citizens
Of New Westminster, to say nothing
of their sense of comfort and convenience, that the waste and garbage
should be, first, collected at frequent
and regular intervals, and, second.y,
that the material should be disposed
of in so thorough and effective a manner as to remove all clanger of disease germs spreading. And there is
no way of securing this latter necessity so thoroughly and surely as by
by the agency of fire.
Tlie counter proposal again put forward   by   the   Health   committee,  for
the provision of a scow and the dumping of the noxious material into the
gulf is not a satisfactory one.    This
method  is in  no  sense so thorough,
or so certain a means of disposa,  as
an incinerator. For one thing, a muck
heap must be accumulated somewhere
on the river bank by dumping of the
contents of the refuse carts;  for another thing this heap must be disturbed and the poisonous atoms scattered
over the neighborhood whenever the
material Is transferred to the sow;
and yet again, the latter vessel must
lay alongside for some time whilst Its
stinking  cargo    is  being    loaded  in.
Even  supposing    thai    arrangements
ate made to shoot the contents of the
refuse carts straight into (he hold of
scow,  the  vessel  must  lay  alongside
In,   some  days  until  its  ,oad  is  cum-
pli te.     Then,   when   its   cargo   is   finally   emptied  into  th.- gulf,  some of
the  material  will   be  washed  ashore
by te.e tide and possiblj brought back
up the river    again.   Contrasl    this
system with that  of emptying every
cartload of refuse direct into a fiercely   burning  furnace,  and  the  consequent  rapid and absolute destruction
Of   tlie   stuff.
As  to  the question  Of expense, the
cost   of   a   scow   and     the  necessary
wharfage arrangements, as an item
of capital expenditure, cannot be
very much .ess than that for the Installation of an incinerator, whilst
tlie cost of maintenance will be just :
about as heavy for the one ns the
other,    in  this respect therefore, as
the Incinerator will he altogether the
safest and best method, even if somewhat more cot tly al first, it Bhould
be adopted.
Hut   the chief point  for consideration  Is the  health  of the city.     In  this
connection the proper disposa. of refuse is i,r such consequence that.
within reason, the question ot expense should no| Im- allowed lo enter
Intp   lhe   mailer.     The   garbage   must
hi' frequently ami regularly removed,
and il must also be rapidly destroyed, mid that in the most effective
manner. Upon this point, the urgency of Which none can gainsay, the
(jui Btion of a few thousand dollars
should  not   enter  into  calculation.
'I here is anather point thai must
not he ,osl sight of in connection
with this subject. Tha population of
the city Is rapidly increasing and will
Increase, whilst larger commercial establishments ill'e Certain to become
fur more numerous in lhe near fu- j
ture than they ure at present. These
two factors of development will mean
the production of a greater amount I
of garbage and waste. In the past
New Westminster has been fortunate
In not having had any serious outbreak of disease occur through the
happy-go-lucky system of refuse disposal hitherto adopted; bill with an
increased   population     and   a   greater
number of industrial and   manufao-
Correspondence
I was sure tha; those of such at
Inaby and Richmond would be glad
to assist, bul he was not so confidl lit.
he said, about North Vancouver, the
alderman even went so far as to intimate that he thought that the
councillors an.l reeve of fhis piace
were apparently all baud In glove
with the ��� h losters." Getting more
definite still in his remarks. i,e :.:��� n-
tioned one case where a map of a
sub-division showed railways which
did not exist and hotels which wire
only present in imagination. One of
the railway lines was p,aced in such
a position tbat it could never be a
reality unless it was built along lite
plan of the scenic cog wheel lines in
Coll il ado.
Beyond the remarks of Alderman
Hepburn there was little said regarding his resolution, but more discussion will take place when the report
of the city solicitor is handed in.
anee of tlie tender shall be forfeited.
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tendi rs are accepted will be
deposited to the credit of tlie Re-
,-, i, er General of Canada as security
for the due and faithful performance
of the contract according to its terms,
T      cheques  de-posited  by  parties
'whose   tenders  are   rejected   will   be
returned  within  ten    days after  the
signing of the contract.
Thi right is reserved to reject any
or nl! tenders.
By order.
P. E, RYAN,
Secretary.    The    Commissioners of |
the Transcontinental  Railway
Ottawa. March 2, 1910.
Garden Freshness of "SAUm
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Newspapers inserting    this    advertisement  without   authority  from  the
'Commissioners will not be paid for It
I	
(The Daily News is not responsible
for tlie opinions expressed by its cor-
ri spondents. i
THE  G.  N.  R.  DEPOT.
Editor Daily News:
Sir,���1 notice iii your issue oi Mon
ua> an allien- and interview on the
proposed new G. N. R. depot, inougn
i am comparatively a lecent ani\_i
ia /war city, having only been here
two years, i cannot help fei ling tu
the shabby looking station at wlllcll
many of our visitors have io arrive,
has a d< trlmental effect, i remembi r
my own feelings; summed up In a
lew words, they were: 'I "x iw
West minsti r i; ill on mis scale of
magnificence, then there is not much
of a chance for a business man here.
ll   it   had  noi   b en  a  line  day  and
my friend had not been enthusiast, I i
should never have started in here,     j
Today 1 can look back and thank
both my friend and tlie fine weather;
had 1 gone away J should have owed
that, station a grudge to the end of
my  days.
Mr. Editor, I am not a politician,
nor an I am an engineer but i do
feel  very  keenly   that  the  city  is  be-
ling badly treated by the government
for   some   unknown   reason   and   tlie
'business men should take the matter
:of the new depot up and see to it
that  the  company  Is  allowed  to  go
:on with its work.
j It seems to me that there must be
something behind the government's
action in stopping the work.
Perhaps you can give us a hint. 1
enclose my card.
STOREKEEPER.
New  Westminster, March   15.  1910.
AERIAL LOTS FOR SALE.
Fresh and fragrant from the gardens of the fi. est
producing country in  the world.   Ask  your tTocer f
a package to-day-������you'll like it. or
  Elack, Mixed and Nutural Green, 40c, Ode, 60c und 70c per IK
NOT1
_   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Vancouver City Council Takes Matter
Up and Asks Mayors to Assist.
The sa.e of tlie aerial lots in North
Vancouver, mentioned in these col-
unis a few days ago, has*been taken
up by the city council an.l warmly
ciiscussed. Alderman Hepburn christened the blue prints "Lithographed
I Lies." After discussing tlie matter
the following resolution was submitted and passed:
"That in the opinion nf this council certain real estate dealers in Vancouver city are adopting misleading
methods of advertising for sale subdivided property ij'ing in municipalities adjacent to Vancouver; and we
ii quest ihe city solicitor to have an
examination made in the laud registry office and report to this council
wm ther the provisions of the land
registry act ale being complied witli
by lhe parties who are handling this
cdass of properly, and we further SUg-
gest thai the reeves of all municipalities lying within a radius of ten
miii s of Vancouver to wtbholtl their
signatures lo any p.au of sub-division
within their boundaries until they
h.ne thoroughly examined the property and convinced themselves that it
is in tlie best Interests of the public
to do so."
In seconding the motion Alderman
Hepburn said that lie thought undue
boosting of city property was bad
enough, but in such cases a purchaser at least got some value for bis
money, lf lie bought out in South
Vancouver or Point Grey be secured
in any case a place which lie could
make a little garden out of, but to
buy tlie mountain top iand, put on tlie
market by some unscrupulous deal-
ers, was absolute folly. The rosolti-
lion called for the aid of tlie reeves
of the   neighboring  districts,  tind   he
Tenders for Machinery, Belting, Shaft
ing,   Cranes,   Air   Compressors, Etc.
SEALED TENDERS, addressed '���'
the undersigned, and marked on the
envelope 'Tender for Machines and
Tools,' 'Tender lor Leather Beitln ;',
etc, etc., iis the case may be, will be
n celved al the office of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Kail-
way, at Ottawa. Ontario, until 12
o'clock noon of the 1 _11 i day of April.
r.'iu, lor:
11)  Machines and tools;
(2) Leather belting;
CD Shafting,  hangers,  steel   frame
work, etc.;
(4) Miscel.aneotts    equipment,     industrial track and lockers;
(5) Motors:
(fl) Furnaces and forges;
I 7) Cranes;
(R)  Air compressors;
C.i) Grey iron foundry equipment
and brass foundry equipment;
required for fhe equipment of the locomotive and other shops of the Commissioners of tlie Transcontinental
Railway at Springfield, east of Winnipeg; -faniTorJa.
Tenders will be received and considered for any or all of tlie items indicated above and numbered from 1
to I', botli inclusive.
Plans and specifications may be
seen in the office of tlie Chief Engineer of the Commissioners at Ottawa, Mr. Gordon Grant, and in the
office of the District Engineers of
the Commissioners at St. Boniface,
Man., Mr. S. R. Poulin.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied
by the Commissioners, which may be
had on application to tbe Chief Engineer at Ottawa, or to the District
Knginoer at St. Boniface. Man.
Eacli tinder musi lie signed and
sealed by all tbe patties to the tender, and witnessed, nnd be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a
chartered bank of the Dominion of
Canada, payable to the order of tlie
Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway for a sum eqtiai to ten
per eent (in per eent) of the amount
of the tend'T.
Any person whose tender is accepted shall within ten days after tli ��� acceptance thereof sign The contract.
specifications and other documents
required to be signed, and in a ly case
of refusal or failure on the part ,of
the party whoso tender is accepted
to complete and execute the contract
with the Commissioners, the said
cheque sliall be forfeited to the Commissioners ns liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure, tind ail contract,  rights  acquired   by  tli?  accept-
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CURTAINS
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Are   Coming   Down       B^^
Per   dozen       35c    |
USE
loyal Standard
Flour
Half Price
The People's Grocer I
PHONE   193  and 443
Sapperton   Phone 373 i,
Watches
High Grade Watch Movements at
CHAMBERLiN'S, The Jeweler
Official C. P. K. Time Inspector.
"Bonne Femme" Sash ('nn ining.   Cream
curtaining, all ready looped for    od,  numerous
.lust at the right time too.  You'll be fixing up for Easter-
cleaning conies early  this year���and  there  will   be    lots of   thisa
you'll need for the home.   Here is an exceptional offer, one tha- w|
appeal  to the economical  housewife.
,'!0 pairs only,  white  or  ecru   Lace   Curtains,   double   bordered ��l
feral design, with neat floral pattern  centre.    Fine  quality  net, I
Inches wide.   Regular M-50.   Special        $-���-
Be here early, and secure a,1  you  require at   this  A
gains of tills description do not stay long.
New Curtain 5crim
���\ splendid assortment of New designs in Venetian bc
ground with colored designs in a variety of pretty two i
toned effects.    Inspect our showing id' these    popular   cu
Double width, per yard  	
Curtain Novelties
Cable net in plain and novelty desiuns. white cream ecru ami
green shadings. An exceedingly Btrong material very serviceable
and in great demand at. tlie present time.   Per yard 50c, 65c and 85c
Colored Madras
A pleasing COhection of Madras Muslins, In attractive design-
and colorings. Cathedral and floral patterns, also cream with small
colored flower.    From, per yard    50c  to  $1
Frilled Muslins, 25c,  30c
and 35c a yard
While  with   iace and  Insertion   bordering   In   fine   muslin    al   i
trilled bobbinel in white only,   25c   30c   35c
and    white    Madl
patterns,   per   yu d
. . .  25c, 35c nnd 50c
A DELICIOUS
CUP OF COFFEE
whose aroma is fragrant ami appeal
Ing, a chop or steak with fried pot*
toes, or a   dainty    broiled    chlcke"'
such ns wo prepare) to tempi .vn"r
appetite these cold mornings, is ��*���>*
you need. We can tempt the P<t|ille
of nn anchorite.
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP-
TRAM  OFFICE.
Hockey  Girls  in  "A  Stubborn  Cinderella"  at  the  Opera   House Tomorrow
Night
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEW5 THE DMLY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTS
NEW
klanagm
THURSDAY, MARCH
MORT. H. SINGER
[rector, Princess and La Salle Theatres, Chicago presents
j\ Stubborn Cinderella
WITH HOMER B. MASON
seventy  (70)  Comedians,   Singers  and  Dancers  includ-
rincess Theatre Cliorus, the world's most beautiful
; The na^kUand Lyrics by Hough  and Adams.    Music by Joseph
pmen.   o�� '   , , . George Marion, who staged the "Merry Wid-
Howard.   ��ibb ���     ��� )
stubborn Cinderaila" Mr. Singer lias produced an attrac-
element of which spells success.���Percy Hammond ln Chi
lli
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whirlwind of life
A
laughter, fun,
iusand miles trom the beaten track
lx months In New York;
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sale al  RyaL'a Monday.
music and pretty girls'. A
of mediocrity. One solid year
six  months    in  Boston    and
Prices same    as   Vancouver,
MAPLE LEAF CLUB NAMES
OFFICERS FOR THE SEASON
WESTMINSTER
SESSMENT.
CITY     AS-
Baseball   Players   Get   Together   and
Organize   Under Typical   Canadian Name���Suits Selected.
an    interest
ot the Court
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A. Owens will be manager of the
Maple Leaf Baseball club this year.
He was ended unanimously at a
meeting of the club held in tlie Premier hotel last evening. The full list
of officers is as follows:
President, II. A. Adams; honorary
president, F. J. Lynch; manager, A.
Owens; secretary-treasurer, W. C.
dlgnan; executive committee, J. H.
Smith, N. Jameson and A. Handford.
There was a good turnout at the
meeting and much interest was
shown. It was decided to ask the
parks committee of the city council
for permission to use Moody Square,
and it is there thai the practices will
fie held.
The uniform chosen consists of
blue pants, white stockings, and blue
and white caps. The boys are anxious to start playing at once and will
have their first work-out a week from
next Saturday. .il.,'3".!!
INTERCITY  BILLIARD  MATCH
IS  FXED  FOR WEDNESDAY
LOT 60x198, STORE, with Dwelling attached
fi room.-, modern.    Cor.   Second   St. and Fourth
Lve., $5000, $2000 cash, bai. arranged 6 per cent.
We  have  the  exclusive sale oT this.
Carter & Carver
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The Vancouver bllliardlsts who will
oppose the local men in the inter-city
! Championship  and    the    Chamberlin
jcup wih consist-rrf the following players:    Gordon, Adie, Brown, Parks and
Robinson.    Tlie  date    for  the    first
j game has  definitely  been settled as
[Tuesday, March 22.    Seven series of
games will be played before the win-
|ner of the cup is decided. j
There is Hff   change in the    local I
team so  far,    although   some    dark '
I horses may Challenge   the   members
|___ secure one of the coveted places.
Court of Revision.
Notice is hereby given that the Assessment Roll for the year lilio has
been returned to me, and remains in
my office where it may be inspected
by any person having
therein, until the sittln
of Revision. ^^^^^^^^^^^
The first sitting of the Court of
Revision on tbe said Assessment Roll
will be heid at the City Hall in the
said City on Monday, the 18th day of
April next, at 11 o'clock, in the forenoon.
Any person intending to appeal
against tlie assessment must do so in
writing to Be" filed with the City
Clerk at least seven days before the
first sitting of the court.
Your Chance
City Hal
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Cierk.
March 15, 1910.
SentjOn Approval J\
To Kksi'Onsihi.b PBO-W
aughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
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25 Cleared Lots in Lot 6, Suburban Block 14.    Situate on
Eight Ave., between
2nd and 3rd Sts.
$325 to $375 Each
1-4 cash, balance 6, 12 and
18 months.
Will sell singly or en block.
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WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
ptrict of  New   Westminster.
_ NOTICE that the Pitt River
- Company,  Limited,   a   body
.te having its head office at the
If New Westmister, intends to
jfor permission to lease the fol-
descrllvd lands: ���
pencil a  post   planted on
.    Bi ire of  i'itt   river  at
ion   with   the   northerly
inadlan Pacltie Railway
li    i   rlght-ol way,   thence   foi-
W ahore of Pitt rlv-
nortl ction,  seven ,
| (7.800)   (eel
to a will i ss post  plant-
said shore to locate the most
i  mei   of  the   Pitt   River
iany,  Limited,  Rooming
angles  to   said
distance of about three bun-
land fifty fei i  (350) feet to the
northerly  corner  of   Booming
[said point  being   two   hundred
leel trom low water mark of i
."if, thence southwesterly and j
two hundred (200) feet from said low
water mark seven thousand eight
huilflreu and thirty (7830) feet, more
or less, to the southwesterly corner
[of said Booming Site; thence northwesterly to point of commencement,
and containing sixty (GO) acres, more
I or iess.
'THE   PITT   RIVER  LUMBER  COMPANY, LIMITED.
T. W. GRAY, Agent.
Dated at the City of New Westminster, B. C, this 28th day of February,
A. D. 1910.
Suit Brought Against Wrights.
VSrls, March 16.���The French avia-
! tion syndicate today brought suit for
��� tbe annulment of the Wright patents
: in France.    Tlie petition sets up the
general claim that the Wright Brothers, both in America and France, are
trying  to  obtain  a  monopoly in  mechanical flight.
Ketchel to Meet Klaus.
Pittsburg, _Tarc_~16.���Stanley Ketchel will meet Frank Klaus, of this
city, at the Duquesne Gardens a week
from tomorrow night. Tlie date has
finally been decided after a number
of postponements because Ketchel
said he could not get in condition.
Automobile   Carnival   Begins.
Dayton, Fia., March IB,���The Dayton Beach automobile speed carnival
began today with exhibitions and
__i_ Tiaau agalnsl records, the first
event being scheduled to start al 3
p. m. During the morning the racers
practiced at Btarting and speeding on
tbe beaeli in a strong wind.
llustraticiig Bte Exaol 5iz��
_v_ry ,._' guaranteed
full H Kt. bc_3 Gu.m���<���'
on ri(;lit hand may be IiSH
in e.tlier our standard
black opaque pattern, or
Koa-breakable _ ranspai-
etu, es desired, either in
1 lain cr eurraved fiuis-.
a�� pic.cried.
Yon may try this fen 3 we,ft, [
If you do not find It u rci,r_��,ut.(i,
a l.eiur   aiti. le than you cu ."-
Cliro   t'.T  IHHKK TI.'IIS II',I   :   	
rain  In   any oilier i,i_o   if t.< C |p"j
entirely   ��at,.-f_!..ry iiieve^v I ������ 1/j?
ii'ert return it ami v... will land rj
juuJUUlurit.
Crr on left {. our fame .is nii'l
regular Kn. Qbh Ink I'gncil, ��
cituil'leto leak prool tliull>|ili. may
carrlad in any position in
K-ket Ol lhoppln| _f, -riles nt
| any an^-le at lint touch. 1'1-i-
im (ftp ring] feeil, Irl.iiuin
>int, poillha- vnleanired rni't-er
se. toira c^tta finish. Ketnil
evervwhflro f.ir t-'"><>. A���nt.
n'terl Write for te-ms. Write j
IV " lest yon forget."    Addreel
jn Laughlin Mfg. Co.*
White, Shiles & Co
628 and 746 Columbia -treet, New Westminster, B.C
Main Office Phone R85 Branch Office Phone LS5
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SEEDS Ot ALL KINDS
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LEE'S, Limited
WE CALL
Robin Hood
"The Flour that is Different"
Your Coupons
Numbers are reset each week.
J Next week yours may be the fortunate one.
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We must stand ready to prove
it and also prove that the difference is so marked, so worth
while, that you will feel this Is
the flour you ought to use.
That is exactly where we do
stand.
We ask you to take no risk.
Buy a bag of ROBIN HOOD
and give it two fair trials. If it
does not prove perfectly satisfactory, so satisfactory that you, too,
say, "It is really the flour that is different," you may
take it to your grocer and he will give you back
your money.
Will you make the trial on your next flour order?
THE SASKATCHEWAN FLOUR MILLS CO.
MOOSE JAW, SASK. limited
MOOSE JAW SASK.',
Root. Hoqp_
�� A word to you on Rockers.   Ovr variety the largest
% in B. C,, and prices 25 per cent, less  than usual.  ^
t BUY NOW.
I $30,000.00
X Of Fine Furniture and Home Furnishings to be sold !j.
T out during this
I Great Re-organization Sale J
We Furnish Your Home Complete
' (fill ��� 111 *H pMlJlli  ii
Mrs. H. G. Moore
Begs to announce that she will have
her Spring Showing of MILLINERY
on-
Wednesday and Thursday
Of This Week
Latest Parisian and New York Patterns  of Dress and Tailored Hats.
All the Newest Styles in Veilings and
Fancy Trimmings.
HARRIET G. MOORE
548 Columbia Street New Westminster, B.C.
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LEE'S, Limited
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET
�� Phone 73 New Westminster, B.C.  J
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
ffORKMBN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they havt
IjVKUYTHING to gain and small chamce to lose by so doing.
PERSONS other than employees accidentally Injured about the premises invariably sue for damages.
REGARDLESS of their own  responsibility for the accident, or the
existence of negligence on the Part of others.
ON the slightest pretext employees may sue you, even (or accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
THE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of the
���iccident by which he was injured.
EMPLOYERS and business me^ can ill afford to assume the risk of
this ever-increasing and uncertain liability.
CREDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms it
sometimes seriously impaired by such damage suits.
TO   go  to  law  means  loss  of   time, money, endless annoyance and
worry. *"���
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'OUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are insured. 1  1
NLY insurance against such risks will enable you to fix and reduce your expenses to a minimum.
NDER the protection of a Liability Policy in the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and be
relieved from all such annoyanefg. ,        1 *;,*_.'ill��__ !���_��.'
Alfred W. McLeod
Phone 62 " Tne Insurance Man 657 Columbia St
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, MARCh
1910.
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A Few Beautiful West End
Lots. $360 Each
If you do not act upon my advice to buy one of these
RIVERVIEW lots now at $360, you will regret it in a year
from now just as certain as you have ever regretted anything in your whole life.
Do you know the location of this property, overlooking the
gulf, North Arm and river, conceded by all to be the most
splendid view location in this city.
On New Vancouver
Cut-Off Line
The few remaining lots are close to 20th Street on Ottawa.
The new Vancouver Cut-Off will cross 20th St., within 3 blocks.
With the inauguration of this service the prices of these lots
can do nothing but go UP, UP, UP; if this does not happen
then all my experience in buying and selling of real estate has
been for naught.
I fully believe that $1000 will be a conservative price for
these beautiful lots one year from now. Just look over what
has happened elsewhere, in less favored districts and make up
your mind, not tomorrow but now, that you're going to be in
on the ground floor with this certain movement.
Do you realize how rapidly these two cities are growing
together? Vancouver people are not asleep to this future.
Don't you realize that the meeting point is absolutely certain to
be along the line of the tram. Looking back and telling your
friends that you could have bought these lots at this price will
get you nothing. A title, the black and white certifying your
ownership will be all that will count then.
Be An Actor Not a Mere
Spectator
In real estate like in drama the actors get the moneys the
spectators only see the show. Be an actor, $100 cash makes
you one, balance one year.    -
W. J. KERR,
614 Columbia
I! li' Mil [EDNESDAY, MARCH  16, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
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Fire Insurance
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Life Insurance
STOPPED EXPLOSION
OF INFERNAL MACHINE
Fifty Acres, close in, 500 feet Water
Frontage, North Arm, at the ridiculously
low price of $500 Per Acre. At least
$200 per acre below value. 8 Days from
now  the   owner   advances  the  price.
BUY   NOW
Accident Insurance
Live Stock Insurance
Kellinerton Brothers
Paris, March IG.���From Touton
comes an account, of an extraordinary
outrage which lias boon perpetrated ai
the mairie of a suburban parish.
A   stranger   made  his     appearance
there, almost  staggering beneath 'be
weight of a heavy bag. When in; bad
entered he calmly laid the bag un the
'floor and proceeded to open it, taking
from it a curious article wbicli look-
:ed   very   .ike  a  shell,  and  which he
placed on a table.    This done, he Pro-
i duced a  match-box  from  his  pocket,
land   lighted   a   fuse   wliich   emerged
j from a hole in whal  has since been
found to lie an Infernal machine.
He   was   walking  off   quite    coolly,
wfien the secretary and another em-
| ployee came in, and, rushing to tbe
artiqle   wliich  had  been   laid  on  the
! tabie, extinguished the fuse.
They had scarcely donoj_| when the
,! intruder fired with a revolver at them
I both,   happily   without  hitting  either
;of th-in.   But as he evidently imagined  thai   he  had   killed  or    wounded
them severely, he turned hi_"ai'm upon himself, and fell mortaliy injured.
I    The    reports    broughl     neighbors
promptly to the spot.    The man was
taken up in a desperate condition, and
expired on his way to    tlie hospital,
after having said  that  he had acted
out of revenge, as the justice of the
peace had pronounced some sentence
on him.
He is thought to have been an Italian, but his identity lias not yet been
established. An artillery officer who
has examined the infernal machine describes it as being extreme,y dangerous, and adds that if it bad exploded
several houses would have been destroyed. . ^___A
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that George Philips, of
Battle   Creek,   occupation   baker,   intends to apply for permission to pur-
chase tlie following described ,ands:
Commencing at.  a post  planted at
the   N.E.   corner  of   T.L.   27243     om
Swanson island; tlience following line
of said T.L. south, west, north and
west to shore; thence following shore
southerly,  i isterly,    northerly,    and
westerly to polni  of commencemeftf,
containing 300       es, more or >ess.
GEORGE PHILIPS.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Phone 680
P.O. Box 40
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Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
Quality the Best	
" Thg filapl* Ltaf ForeVtr"
I We have takes the Maple Leaf for our trade mark, because it is Canadian.
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Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
p.
no.
PE.R_F__CTION
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IS MADE IN CANADA, AND IS THE PUREST AND BEST.
*} TUE. CCWAN CO., Ltd., TOilONTO
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MOOSE   PLENTIFUL
IN   THE   TERRITORIES
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
I    Take notice that Guy Johnson, of
iXenia, occupation harness maker, intends to apply for permission to pur-
j chase tlie following described k'mds:
Commencing at a post planted in a
bay on tho south shore of Pearl Island, the north island In the Indian
group, containing SO acres, more   or
'less.    Applying for tbe whole is.and;
[which is situated at the west end of
Vi_a__ .Bland.
GUY  JOHNSON*.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910, Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Alven Houchen, of
Iowa,  occupation  farmer,   intends   to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted  in
a small bay oa the south  shore o^j
! Hazel Island, at the S.E. point o�� Har-
| bledown  island, containing 120 acres,
��� more or iess.   Applying for the whole
I island.
ALVEN HOUCHEN.
SHERMAN H. FORD,.
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Winnipeg, March 13.���E. F. Stephenson, inspector of Crown timber
agencies for the Dominion go\ eminent, has just returned from the j
scene of lumber operations of th|e
limit holders aiong the Canadian
Northern Railway. Prince Albert
branch. Mr. Stephenson says that
the cut of logs will amount to between
seventy-five and one hundred million
feet. 1      i ottiyi
Speaking of wild game, the inspector said that north of the Manitoba
boundary, in the region still known as
the Northwest Territories, moose and
elk were numerous.
"The people up there," said he, "do
not observe any game laws, and have
become so tired of vension steaks that I
now they do not bother to shoot the
animals, who roam at large on the
public highways without the slightest
timidity."
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Charles William
Preston, of Madrid, occupation barber, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the west end of Alder island, the
largest island in the Carey group, containing 40 acres, more or iess. Applying for the whole island, which ls
situated near the west end of Tumour island.
. CHARLES WILLIAN PRESTON.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
NOTICE.
E. C TRAVES, Manager
PHONE 101. 645  COLUMBIA STREET.
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B.C Mills
Imber and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
IUMEBR. LATH, SHINGLES   SASH    DOORS    INTERIOR FINISH^
lURNED  WORK, FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK
FANCY GLASS.
PLAIN     AND
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster
Box 137
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lorthern  Crown   Bank
THE   ONLY    WESTERN    CANADIAN    BANK. ���
Authorized cap.tal  %f��Z  5l
���PAID UP CAPITAL i $2,200,000
HEAD  OFFICE, WINNIPEG.
No institution plays a greater part in the development of a
country than its own bank. It was the Hank ot England which
placed England's finances in their present high position. Each nana
�� the financial pillar of its own country. The Northern CrownBanK
'�� the bank ot western Canada pre-eminently���the only bank wwu
l,,,'"l offices In th0 west.   We want the business of the people oi
west.
HIGHEST CURRENT  RATES OF   INTEREST   ON    SAVINGS    ACCOUNTS.
Manager J. E. HAWKSHAW, New W estminster.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register George
Troughten as the owner in Fee Sim-
p.e. under a Tax Sale Deed from Edwin M. Carncross, collector of the
Municipality of Surrey, to George
Troughten. bearing date the 7th day
of September, A. D. 1908, of all nnd
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises situate, lying
and being In the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as: ���
Lot 7, Biock 1, being a portion of
Section 20, Block 5, North Range. 2
West. Lots 3 and 4, part of a portion
of fractional section 21, Biock 5 North
Range 2 West.
j    You   and   those   claiming   through
under   vou   and   all   persons   claiming    any    interest    in      the      Baid
land    by    virtue    of    an      unregis-
| tered      instrument,      and    all    per-
sons claiming any interest in the said
l "Land Registry Act." are required to
'contest the ciaim of the tax purchaser
,\within  forty-five days from the date
of the service of this notice upon you.
nnd in default of a caveat or cer lt-
cate of Us pendens being filed within
such period, or in default of redemption before registration, you and eacn
of you will be forever estopped nnd
debarred from setting up any claim
to  or   ln   respect  of the   said    an*,
and I shall raster George Troughten
as owner thereof In fee.   And I hereby orier that publication of this notice for thirty days in a daily newspaper published in New Westminster
will   be  good and  sufficient    service
"BS at the Land Registry Office
Now Westminster, Province of Brh
2J Columbia, this 9th day of March,
A' D' 191��' C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To. -Michael Robert Barry     John
Douglas, Alexander O. Macfarlane.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
District of New Westmister.
TAKE NOTICE that thirty days
after date date I, William E. Wright,
of Clayburn, B. C, intend to apply To
the Assistant Commissioner of Land's
for a license to prospect for coal and
petroieum on the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked Wm.
E. Wright's southwest corner, set at
the southeast corner of District Lot
No. 205, Group 2, New Westminster
District, thence east one mile, thence
north one mile, thence west three
fourths of a mile, thence south three
fourths of a mile, thence west one
fourth of a mile, thence south one
fourth of a mile to the point of commencement.
WILLIAM E. WRIGHT.
New Westminster, B. C, March 8,
1910.
Sunshine ?
Yes!     Lots of it.
Why  not  shine  your   silverware?
SPECIAL FOR TODAY
Veribrite Silyer Polish
���A Bottle    20c
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice  that John  ElkenB, of
Boone, occupation butcher, intends to
apply for permission ot purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
west end of Cedar island, containing
40 acres, more or less.   Applying for
the  whole isiand, which is  situated.
at tlie west end of Midsummer island.
JOHN EIKENS.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
LAND   ACT.
LAND   ACTS.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
Form of Notice, District of New West*
] minster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
Baggs, of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following de-
Iscribed lands:
i Commencing at a post planted at
Ithe southeast corner of Timber Lot
37341, about one mile northeast of
head of Bi.lings Bay, thence north
40 chains to or near small lake, thence
east 40 chains, thence south 40
chains, thence west 40 chains to point
of commencement, containing 160
acres more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS,
Name of Applicant.
Dated at Nelson Island, B. C, December 29, 1909.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Ole Lee, of Bonton,
occupation  farmer,  intends  to  apply
for permission  to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
a small bay at N.W. corner of Hudson
Island. Applying to purchase the
whoie Island containing 80 acres,
more or less, and ls situated southwest of Mars Island.
OLE LEE,
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
E
asterbrook Milling Company,
^^^B Eburne.   B. C. ^^^
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    *7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL. .1-6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL *5-25 P" Bb ���
HINDOO FLOUR H50 per Bb--
McQuarrie & Cu."""""AND""" ME"C"ANTS
FHONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone US.
Re Lot 5, Block 23, New Westminster
City.
Whereas, proof of the loss ot Certificate of Title Number 14,068a, issued in the name of William Roxburgh, has been n,ed ln this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the llrst publication
hereof In a dally newspaper published
In the City of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless ln the meantime valid objection
be made to me ir writing.
C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office, JNew Westminster, B. C, February il", i9ib". '
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Joseph Storms, of
Kelsey, occupation farmer, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
a small bay on west shore of Triangle
Island.    Applying for the  who,e island,   containing   40   acres,   more  or
| less, situated south of Crib island.
JOSEPH STORMS.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
We Have Clients
Waiting to invest in
New Westminster
Properties. List
your property with
us.
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Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that John Peterson, of
Vancouver, occupation carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
I    Commencing at a post planted at
j the N.E. comer of T.L. 25786, on Mid-
i summer island, thence following said
i.lne of T.L. south, west and north to
the shore;   thence    following    shore
westerly,   southerly,  easterly,  northerly and westerly to point of   commencement;    containing   200   acres,
more or less.
JOHN PETERSON.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
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If you need any Dry Paints,   J
Turpentine, Colors in Oil, Bor-   *
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led or Raw Linseed Oils, White
Lead, Paint Brushes, we have
them.
We are selling
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COLUMBIA STREET.
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WILL YOU
The regular meeting of the Wesl
minster Liberal association will take
place this evening in the Liberal club
roms, above the Dally News ofice.
Mrs. D. A. Shiles will not receive
on Thursday.
For first-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davles'
Gi-enhouse. R20S ������
The steamer Paystreak made her
first regular run to Chilliwack yesterday, carrying a good load of passengers and freight.
Got any papering and patining to
do?   If so, see I. Hudson, Sixth street.
The regular monthly meeting of the
board of trade takes place tomorow
evening.
For window shades, lace curtains,
etc., go to Fales', Agnes street.      **
A good appearance is an invaluable
, asset. Not a luxury. Ring up R 27S,
'Royal City Chemical Cleaners, and
I we will help you. **
A meeting of the local Lower Mainland   Milk  and   Cream   shippers wir
be held in the board of trade rooms
"here   on   Friday   to   discuss   matters
relating to their business.
I The Misses Collins, Gillespie, Munn,
Pyno and Lavery will sing the most
songs  of   Iroiand   at   the   Irish   Con-
jcert. Opera house, March 16. **
by ringing  up
Phone 281
HARDMAN'S
HARDMAN      BLOCK.
The Vancouver-Prince Rupert Meat
company, which is building an ubba-
toir in Sapperton, is asking the city
council to supply them with city water. They are off the regular dis- j house, March 16
tribution pipe, and there are no other
consumers near them.
of the street first, as the street
would be obstructed too much if both
sides were put down at once, but his
proposal did not meet with the approval of tlie' other councillors.
Grand Irish Concert at the Opera
house Wednesday, March 16. **
The annual public meeting of the
New Westminster lacrosse club wi.l
be herd in the City hall this evening
at 8 p. in.    Everybody come. **
On Thursday afternoon, Mrs. C. S.
Keith will give a Shamrock tea ta
the Rebekahs and Odd Fellows
wives in honor of Miss Franciss Bacon, of Nelson, president of the Rebekahs.
Get in early with your paint work.
Now is the time to see I. Hudson.
Sixth Street. **
A meeting for the purpose of forming a board of trade fo-- Richmond
municipality will be held this evening in the Eburne muncipal hall. The
secretary of the local board will be
present.
The Westminster Gun club will
hold its annuaT"meeting in the board
of trade room on Friday evening.
Bert White, bartender at the Depot
hotel, was fined $10 and costs in
police court yesterday for serving an
intoxicated person with ilquor.
White's license was not cancelled,
but he was cautioned against repeating the offense.
Irish  dances by Master Cro.l
Opera
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A   COURSE   IN   MONEY
MAKING
That is practically what this school
gives its students.   Our students are
getting the pick of good salaried positions in business offices, simply because the training they receive is before all things thorough and practical.
Get in line for a larger salary.
Westminster Modern
Business School
A.  L. BCUCK, Principal.
610   Columbia St.
Fales, the home furnisher. Carpets
galore  at knowndown  prices. **
For fresh Carnations, promptly delivered, phone R208, Davies' Greenhouse. **
Professor Hetherington, B. A., B. D.,
of Columbian college, lectured last
night in the Aberdeen school, Vancouver, on a trip which he recently
made in northern British Columbia.
W_here he travelled over 800 miles by
canoe and in the saddle. His Honor
Judge Howay presided.
For furniture, carpets, linoleums,
etc., try the New Furniture Store.
Denny & Galloway. 43 Sixth street. **
Harriet G. Moore's Spring Millinery
Opening will be on Wednesday and
Thursday of this week. **
The sidewalk men will shift over
today from the north to the south
side of Columbia street, and will
start in front of the C. P. R. station.
At the council meeting the other
night, Alderman Welsh proposed that
the  company lay all  the north  side
.fort and Economy With
Electricity
To the Housewife the Electri c Sad Iron is the greatest boon possible. No device has so lessened the household labor. The Electric
Sad Iron is so simple that a ch hd can operate if, and it can be used
in any part of the house where there is an electric light. Iron always hot; no useless walking or waiting; ironing done in half the
time. We carry different make s and styles. Call in and let us show
them to you.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
I The new bridge at Canoe Pass, connecting Westham Island with the
mainland, wi.l be officially opened on
[March 21), in the presence of Premier
j McBride and numerous members of
parliament.    Tho bridge has been  in
I use for some time, being opened lor
the first time last Christmas eve.
The meeting of the ladles of St.
Peter's parish wliich was convened
for today, has been postponed till
further notice.
Fales���The leader. 2.000 yards of
matting today at 20c per yard.      ***
Tlie city has disposed of its local
improvement debentures for the Columbia street sidewalks and the First
street sewer at $101.25. with accrued
interest, which is an appreciable advance over the prices obtained for
file last bonds sold.
Tickets for the Irish Concert on
March 16, now on sale at Ryall's drug
store, and Lavery's confectionery
store.    Adults 70c and' 50c.    Children
Why not learn typewriting on your
own machine? A further shipment
of the latest models with 10, 12. 15,
18 and 20 inch (interchangeable)
carriages has been ordered for immediate delivery. Do you want to
come in on the 17 cents per day proposition? Call and talk with Mr. Hoi-
ton E. Sands, 746 Columbia street and
ask him to show the last testimonial
from the C. P. R. Co. **
Hear O'Callaghan's orchestra play
Irish melodies and jigs at the Irish
Concert on March 16, at the Opera
house. **
OPERA  HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
April 6���Babes in Toyland.
April 11���The Red Mill.
April  16���St. Elmo.
May 11���The Gingerbread Man
Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you
free a cake of their famous Plan toi
toilet  soap, if .vou mention  this  paper
English Watciii?knr
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CITY HOMES
Gold Watches for Ladlos from $12./5 ;
UP.
Silver Watches,    gents'    open face |
16.00.
Silver Watches,  gents'  open    case,
$7.50 up.
Agent    for   Waltham   and     Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block, New Westminster
$1000 cash, balance to be arranged,
buys modern residence, situate on
large corner lot, 70x126 in splendid
location, north side of Third avenue,
commanding magnificent view. House
contains the following rooms: Four
bedrooms, drawing room, dining room,
hall, sitting room, den and kitchen,
also large attic and cellar. House
nearly new and beautifully papered
throughout.
$500 cash, balance easy terms,
buys nice modern bungalow, near
Queens Park, lot 66x132. Good situation.
If you want a home, come and see
us. We can help you, and finance
any reasonable proposition.
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
Women's
Neckwear
Novelties
FASHIONS FAVORITE
STYLES
We have waited long for this
de.ayed shipment of all these
dainty little neckwear pieces.
Dutch Collars, Linen Collars,
Muslin and Silk Bows and Jabots are tlie most popular
styles shown. They are here
by the hundreds and inexpensively priced.
Shantung and
Pongee Silks
Indications are that later in
the season a scarcity of these
popular silks will be hard to
overcome. More orders have
been placed than can be filled,
such is the demand for the
Spring and Summer wear. Just
now we have on hand a large
stock of Natural Pongees, Coatings Pongees, and Colored
Shadings, in 26 and 34 inch
widths, per yard  ..-15c to $l.ii>
Moire Silk an(Ji
Velvet
Fashion reports feature the
Moire trimmings to a large <je.
gree.   You have hut te
'" pick up
read the
a b6ok of fashions.
descriptions of popular sty,e8
t o note the extended use of
Moire silks and velvets for
trimming purposes.
Moire Velvet. [n shades to
match, popular dress fabrics
per yard  $135
Moire Silks with black, |
most used colors, follow close.
ly in popularity, per yard Vtt
to    $U-
All Wool
Suitings
90c Per Yard
Spring Dress Suitings of a
weight most suitahle for present day styles. All the new
colors are prominent in these
serviceable materials. Chevron,
self stripes, French twill, serges, satin stripe, Venetians and
light weight worsteds, width -1'
inches, shown in shades of Wisteria catawba, taupe, purp.e, reseda, myrtle, old rose, grey,
brown, light and dark navy,
cardinal, cream and black, per
yard       90c
Shirt Waist Suitings
25c per yard
Materials with  weighl  sufficient  for    tailored  sty.es    of   shirt
waists are more to the front than ever before.
The showing before you in  our  wash   goods  section   con! .
wonderful range of entirely new materials or old fabrics In new disguise.    They  are  all  attractive and     serviceable.       36-inch    Indian
Head in white, pink, fawn, cadet, navy and black.
Figure Picque in all  white fancy designs. White and black, white and
cardinal,  white  and  blue, etc.  27-inches wide, several  weights.
Corded Bengalines in plain colors, or striped, two toned snipes.
Linen     Colored   Brilliants  imitative   of   Pongee   BUitlni
are   absolutely   fast   color.
White Vestings in dozens of small and large designs.
Fancy Crepons reminding one most forcibly of what  w.l-
tlme  sold as seersucker;   attractive colors and designs.
Stencilled Curtain
Materials
NEW   DESIGNS
Warm -Spring days turn the thoughts of housekeepers towards
the house furnishing problem. House cleaning reveals a host of improvements that seem absolutely necessary. Are your windows In
need of up to dale draperies?
STENCILED    ETAMINE    SCRIM,   PER   YARD       40c
The newest curtain material, 40 inches wide; stenciled in a
manner that leaves both sides alike. Patterns represent the old cathedral stained glass windows or natural floral or conventional designs. Colors are harmoniously arranged in two or three toned com-
binatons of cardinal, green, brown and flue on white or natural
ground.     Colors are  absolutely  fast,  per yard       40c
36-INCH   STENCILED   SCRIM   PER   YARD    30c
A few attractive designs at this price, colors are conhinatlons
of green, red and brown. I
40-INCH   PLAIN   SCRIM,  PER    YARD  30c
Ecru and white oniy, suitable for use as sold or for stenciling.
36-INCH   ART SILKOLINES,  PER   YARD        20c
A new shipment of these ever popular materials. Patterns are
new colors, are natural in their shades of green, pink, cadet, blue,
lavendar, fawn and their various conblnatlons. Designs suitable for
window  draperies, comforters, etc, per yard      20c
Corded Neck
Ruching
Small and large silk an I
cord Ruching in all the '��� '
shades of pink, sky, old ro_
cream, purple, black A'--
white. Also shown with Bat"
edge in the popular color*
Bold In boxed lengths or by l!l'
yard,
Plain and
Embroidered
Linen Collars
20c to 45c   Each
Tailored waists with linen
coIoib���another of fashion's decrees. Low or high linen collars with or without embroidered designs, or set with Insertion and beading. Sizes 1-'-
to 14%, each    20c to 45c
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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