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INSURANCE
NEW  WESTMINSTER
WHITE. SHILES A CO
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO. I
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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UMBEH Ti
M.C
tf[. RED REPORT
of Water Commit-
I^Sbows City is not Belaid for Water Used
man whirled tb death   JTHREE SESSIONS k DAY Ity SUBSCRIPTIONS
AT PORT MRRDY MILL       mmi DDADftnuTIAWl       nnzinu nnni
AT PO^HOODY MILL     UNT|L PROROGATION
John Legerwood Falls on Moving Belt 	
and  Is  Fatally   Injured  Against HoilSe at Ottawa NOW Meets
Heavy Pulley.
in the Morning-Goodeye
Named for Tory Whip.
_ D    on is still prosecut-
i v,lgor on the water
lowing is his report
,uncll al last night a
.,.. the result ol his
'��� ��� , the disappearanc
j ., as he has gone
*5 VIayor and Council.
I accordance    with
'    .     tUl    water   committee
���       , eporl  on  the  matters
i them as follows:
Pp Lamont Shingle  Mill.
, L thai  on several occasions
lltotlor     ���  e made to the council
to tap the main Une.
1 -    ned these applications
; ,     round  that   they did
etotapthemadnllne
i--    However, Mr. La-
I wha,   ,,,-ove 1   to   bi    a
I .   way and applied to
a ol   the  water  commit-
the   water   service  ln-
i fmd that the city had no
Kledge      i  is and the meter was
:l last. week.    We find
I at owes the city tor wa-
llation   *32, and  as  he
not want water, we rec-
J,,.    : the amount   la- C dieted
ie si rvii e taken out.
A fat a l accldenl occurred In the mill j
oi the Canadian Pacific Lumber com- 	
pany tit Porl  M ly yesterday, when     ,��� .    .,  ,     _, ,   ,,
Joan Legerwood met instant death, Ottawa, Apr! 4.-The commons hejd
being crusln l between a large belt lt8 lnsl morning sitting ol the sea-
mi -i DUllev son  'ocluy.    from  now   on  until  prb-
The unfortunate matt attempted to I '��f^ Lhere will he three sessions
jump from a beam on which he was  a ,,'���' ,.      ,    . ,. ��� ., .
standing to a platform, lie landed I u" 1|,SI business disposed ol tWs
on the platform, bul could not retain "orni?* ���� a ineastue incorporating
ids balance and tell on the large the Ottawa, brockville & Bt Law-
bell beneath him. Almost before he ':'""' milwa- '""���" l'e5,pecti"f ft?
could utter a cry he was whirled to st' Lawrence Power Transm sson
^ .  , company and the Hamilton, Waterloo
Coroner   Pittendrlgh   was   notified  * G���]f 'aiKvay. which we-e m m on
-i^���   ,,.,, r.,.    u-nw   1ir1;1   over   UI1-
ALREADY PROMISED
. Campaign is Thoroughly
Organized and Every Re-
sident will be Approached
FRANK MACKENZIE BUYS
PROPERTY NEAR CL0VERD4LE
Purchases   110   Acres   for   $100    Per
Acre���MacKenzie Estate in Clover
Valley to   Be  Subdivided.
BYLAW SESSION
OE CITY FATHERS
and will hold snTnquest at the scene jthe qrder P-aP��r- were held over un
of the tragedy this morning.
Legerwood was only a young man.
twenty-live years oi age ana came
to Port Moody from Manitoba four
months ago. He litis a wife living in
Manitoba and she has been communl
"'- ������'������������ 1  l.lMlllCl
cated  with
working In
his  death.
He   also
lhe  mille
has   a
where
brother
he  met
til the evening session al the request
of the opposition leader.
In the event of the early retirement
of George Taylor as chief conservative whip, the names of Goodev.
I lvootemiy I, (.'rot hers (West Elgin)
and Perley (Argenteull) are mention-
< d as likely successors.
A Quick deal was put through last'
,week in Cloverdale property, netting.
  the seller an advance ol ?40 an acre
.,,,    ,-.-,,,.,   r     , c    .-.���-,,,,.  In less than half au hour,
. ll:'  b'8 '.' M-^'Ju?d,f��J  Part  of the  Fisher  estate,  adjoin-
���*"*"  ;';   ��lne ��?l0<*   <;1S  IUI"',",,S   Ing   the  easl   subdivl lon   oi   Clover-
with   about  one hundred   voiuntee,,6 ,    *    1���,,lsiI(,  comprlslng  ll0 ucre8,
;."   ;v,llk'.n ','"'   "\" ,<;'>S, "10 ,''     .    was sold through E  M. Carncross t i
funds  will   be   relentlessly   pursued   f }��� *R     ,     . L A f    D ,.
and during that time p-ery capitalist  * , ,.(|;;.    ,     M   {
and wage . irner In the city will be p   j      L &  ,,,.,,
appro, severa   times   1   neces- \^ctml    act(,, as hl3 att0rney.
sary, and requested to contribute to ,'    ^        h     purchase   was
the worthy cause. d    B'en   steven80a,  ���f   Mul   Hay.
Details ol the campaign were per- ��� ;;n
tected at a committee meeting '^H a ^
daj   evening, when final Ins ructions hM >      f d af
Sn��tnc.hkS  S-e   ^iS'S fadT^ ! C��aZr0ml8e *" Cf"
pcrvise the work f.om his headquar-1fected at *?:10 Per acre
Increase to Salaries of
Mayor and Aldermen Receives Official Sanction.
Sixth
PALESTINE   TABLET   IS
DENOUNCED
MUSHING  OUT   FROM
ARCTIC   FOR  WEDDING
pej vise    I.i,      ..,,.,.    .
I tets In the Cunningham block
Some big subscriptions have already
ibeen promised, Including one of $2,500,
conditional   upon   four    other   equal
subscriptions being given.   When this
Mr. MacKenzie also brought nine
and a quarter acres from l-\ N. Sin-
clair, engineer of the B. C. Electric
company, adjoining the new Superior
school  site, Cloverdale,  tor  ��i|i|!  let-
acre cash.
The   Duncan   Mackenzie  estate   in
I    -
ike ill
I
Re Distillery.
i at  the agn - ment
with
ives   them   permission   to
ie water  they  require for
iittcturlng purposes for $100 per
.    and,  according  to  the
tement, that they are us-
17,000 gallons of  water per day,
they were paying manu-
lc s. would amount to Job |
' | i- which Un y are paying !
AS   FAKE|
Baltimore, April 4.���The table!
which Professor Herman V, Hllprecht,
of the University of Pennsylvania,
announced two weeks ago that he ha I
discovered on an expedition to Palestine and which, he allegt d, upheld the
biblical story ol the deluge, was denounced today at a meeting of the
American Oriental Boclety at John
Hopkins university tis a fabrication
and tis an exploitation of an arch-
aeloglcal fraud for purely sensational
purposes.
This declaration was made in on ��� of
the   "latest   additions   to   Babylonian
literature  of  the  deluge,"   presented
Iby   Professor   George   A.   Barton,   ol
Iryn Mawyr colli go,
Canton, 0., April 4.���Ira Hank, former Cantonlan, and now a merchant
pilnce, is trudging alone 1,000 miles
through Arctic snows behind a dog-
sled, finishing the first lap of a 5 000-
mile Journey from his home, in Nome
City, Alaska, to Canton, to wed his j liniee;i;'u LU ?'\* 7'"", -:'-;,���-     ���   .
sweetheart of twenty years ago, She I!l number ?'  '-"!'" and *;  amounts
is Miss Grace Peyher a school teacl^r. I are as good as injhe^treasury
Rank   in gan   his  journey  over    u
month ago.    In that time he has not
BUOSCripuuus  i" in- . . ��� -
announcement wns made at the meet-!., lIl,V   ^u"1-""   ....,-.���.���������������������
Ing   yesterday   evening,   one   of   the the c,oyer valley subd vision   Surrey
workers step>p d up and put down his I cS?tai��1"B ���00 :"T. 8' ls t0 b,e s'"Mli'
name for ?2,500.    It is expected the  vlded '"'I' ,lve "," ' ,c," i!"r" '",s und
other three subscriptions will be se-  1)Ut ,on lhp "narket shortly at  prices
cured todaj or tomorrow. |""n81!,g   'T'11,*-     . I $"^ Pf acre:
une $1,500 subscription has been Thf, la"d is beautifully sltuateJ and
promised, two business men have vot-1^e11 adapted tor fruit and general
unteered to give $1,000 each and quite  'arming.
Rt Pat Eurns  &. Co.,  Ltd
lied in  fat   Burns
., Ui., (tfci ises a   water
llAow i -.... i        We   also
pi i>       .    head of   ���
Fe reei   mei   ���   I he be chargi d at
fie r a per head tor this
Biter ���   for the last live
lontlis.
Re Fraser River Mill?.
JFor the last I   a months the meter ,
I : ot.ler at the  Pri ser
I sa    yhehtysrpjerfl
I Bay they have not
fi ivater and refuse to
The they   were   prevl-
$65.40  per  month.
been heard from. Rank is expected
to arrive In Canton some time this
month. After the wedding he will
return with his wife to Alaska, where.
>.-- head of the United states Mercantile company, he has grown rich.
The friendship hetween Rank and
Miss Peyher began when Chey started
to school together. Rank ma le a fortune in fur trading after giving up
gold digging, lie went to Alaska 9
poor nun.
-    Ml\WM[ CONTttACT 	
ggg|��B'T0 HASSAM PAYING C0.|eEM T0 mENB
LAW ON CHILD LABOR
6   tlS   . o-ni   no   iu   t....
The hoy workers have promised between them the sum of %w, this
being an averag - of $50 apiece.
The youngest contributor to date is
the six-year-old son of one of the committeemen, who has Instructed his
papa to put down his name for $25,
payable in one lump sum. Two other
I youngsters only slightly older have
dived Into their banks and will turn
I up $50 worth of dimes and nickles
jto the building fund, unless daddy
cuti.es to the rescue and writes a
. h que for that amount.
KING  DONATES  VAST
SUMS   TO   CHARITIES
Big   Undertaking   in   Victoria   Secured
by  Firm  Engr.ged in  Doing  Work
on Columbia Street.
Barussels, April 4.���King Albert has
decided to give $200,000 for a campaign agalnBt the Bleeping sickness,
$l(io,ti0(i to build hospitals in the Bai-
giaii Congo, $100,000 for a pension
fund for Congo civil servants, and
$10,000 for a fund for the assistance
of their families. Mr, Renkln, colonial minister, Bays these sums will be
taken from the fund of $10,000,000
i laced by parliament at the dlspdsi-
tlon of the king when the annexation
of the Congo hy  Belgium was vote,I.
GStUESOME DEATH I.I I'M	
ARRIVES FROM AFRICA'AGENTS ARE ACTIVE
IN PRGTECTING GAME
The Hassam Paving company of this
city has just  been awarded the con- ]
tract for having tbe streets adding
 ���    government    |^^^B
Re B. C. Electric  Railway. The   value  of  the contract  is
I     ,  u,       _  not   heen  settled  neighborhood  of J����JJ Ired  tl,e
bas heen installed I    The Bovernment has acquirea
we will ,������ be able to .see how land at the, b��*^ ot the bu img
���:,- are using.    For the   ^�����$$��fin ��
Teuton  Children  Are   Now   Forced  to
Work  Long Hours in Grape
Raising Districts.
Tragi:   Vessel   With   Which   "Spirits
cf Victims Are  Killed, Brought
to London.
Indians   From   Across   the   Line   Are
Warned   to   Abstain   From   Trapping   Beavers   Near  Cranbrook.
(ontl s ol ptember and October
*! wen | :. $35 per inonih, and
'��think :    ���  the)   have heen
one  of  the  chief features^1Mto
 ��� -   using', Hassam   paving.   Bald   K.  U   ' '
same an    ni since, bul will know   rK ,   In  an   Interview  wun a        *
_ler when  we  get   the reading ot  News representative, is tnat     -   ���
��� the past month. face never becomes slippery, no mai
lor  how   bad   the   weather  is,  lulhcl
Re Public school. '"     1U)1. fr08( can make Its surface
i cannot report on this matter un-    .
Illa 'at ���  is installed and we B ',';,;,,���,. advantage it has is that it
[ nltelj  the amount ot water ������    ���        uthlc    n is composed of tne
bv- besTcrushcd rock laid down on thor-
w,
Rotlin,   April   4.���Another    attempt
will  be made shortly  to extend  the
bill regulating child labor In cities to
the country.   The law passed In 1905
prohibits the employment ol town children for longer than three hours daily
one   hour   uui ing   the   ho'lldays,   and
also between 8 at night tind 8 in the
morning,  bul   no law  protects  their
brothers and  sisters  in  the  country.
Peasant children in many parts ot
.North Ger'itiany rise in the wlntei before   a   o'clock,   feed   l lie  cows,  clean
the stalls, help with milking, and take
'��� the   milk   round   before   ih< Ir   scant
| breakfast.   Which   Com lata   Ot   a   cup
of weak coffee and tt sine ot black
bread and  lard.    Scliool   begins  at   S,
K
Schedule  cf   Rates.
. Itlver   Mills.���Should   have
['"��� ed I'm   months  al   $85  per
���     Ivi 1 nothing.
' '-1***^^^^^^^^
I\*\     
mouth $327; actually re
'   ler   month,   a   total   of
''   ���
months $0	
^^^   t'o.,     Kruser^^^^^^
At   $36   per  month   for   live
should imve received, at
tor five months
mouth $327; actually
I er   month,   a   total
.   Co.,  Ltd.���Should  have
Bervlce for 240 bead of
��� nts per head for Ave
. received nothing
s****^___UT^^^^
I
li.
0 lid   have
Valley
________��'   '1
received  $18o
Shruld Have  Received
I 1';l'"-  Hlvei   Mills  	
i ' '
pBurn*8
C E
& Ci
li.
,td
[oughlj   compressed  Bubgrade,  iik<
macadam road-, on this is put a layer
of crushed rock to a depth depending
[on the thickness required. The rock
Is thoroughly comprr*sed by a tan
dem roller of the latest tj pe. Alter
being thoroughly roiled a grub mixer'
Is broughl Into use with a mixture
of cemenl and sand (one to one) tills
Is poured Into the interstices. Next
Is put down B layer of pea 'tones 01
bci i ened rock of ll to 1-2 Inches.
This is rolled In till the glout flushes
out on  the  sui face,  the  whole Is  tin ll
finished off with wire brushes and
Ithe result is a monolithic, with a
'gritty surface on which neither horses
nor automobiles can slip, even on a
grade.
The   Hassam   Paving   company   e\-
.���-- .a... sidewalks,
tt ' then   follows   other   hard
til   dti(
Actually
325.00
327.00
228 00 i       1 ue    ����������""���    "     . i...
^K^efi^oUooUvorable
. *.ien follows oitn-i   hard  work, such
us the bringing In of wood and turf,
a  hnBty   dinner  and  back   to  BChool.
When   school   is over   tho   morning
work  is  repeated, and  the children,
dead  tired,  have  Irs mns to do,  wlllcll
are by no means easy.
I      'I 0   go  tO   l"'d   til    In   o'clock   la   COH-
Bldered eai ly, and In liai vesi lime
the work Is still harder and the hours
of i lei p shorter,
child lai or ill lhe grape new hi".
tllstj'l/i \t) entirely unrestricted.
Prom early to late small child) e i toll
In the vineyards, gathering, catting
tind packing the I'rnii, The Bummer
holidays   in  tho   Rhine  district   are
later  in  order that  children  may  help
, in the grape fields.
London April, I.���The latest gruesome relic to he received at the British Museum comes from Uganda.
Very likely Col. Roosevelt has seen
its fellow In the course of his African
wanderings.
To 1( i k i.t it is l t t \L iy n l'( !������
more <ir less than a curious looking
vessel of black pottery, supported hy
four feet, and supplied with three
spouts. But it is a tragic little vessel   with   tl   dark   history.
lt was used tit human sacrifices, the
victims being made to diing medicine
from it in order to kill their "spirits"
so that they might no! return to
haunt their executioners. Princes
drank out of the center spout, nobles
from the one o\l the left, and lesser
folk from the one on the right,
An impression from Lob( ngul.i's
seal has aho just come in from South
Africa. The seal it self was discovered
in his kraal, and represents au elephant, wllll the words, "l.obengttla.
King of Matabole and Mnslionaland"
I round It, With this is a cake ol soap
made from lion's fat���a luxury Wllich
is fashionable with native chiefs.
Cranbrook, April  *--^^.aQ*���
Warden   James   Hates,   ol   tlIs   ci ty
is certainly making matters highly  	
terestlng tor those who ventuie to in-1 BabdlvlBlon m sapperton
titnee on the name laws ol the pro\ j f. = nUv onEineer suUt in l
l""bl- ��� -��� ile got some in
The city fathers went heavily intr.
tin     bylaw   business    last    night.   n��i
fewer than live in dlfferenl stages of
evolution coming up for consideration
The one that aroused the most interest   will   go   down   to   history an
tho  "Mayor's   Indemnity   Amendment
Bylaw"  and provides  for  an  increase
to his worship's salary of $500. Opposition   to   this   measure   appeared   in.
the person of Alderman Bryson, wh��
held    that    the    matter    was    being
brought   up  at   the  wrong   lime an*
should   not  be   considered  until  the.
e\ e of another election.
i    llis   amendment   to   continue   the
mayor's   salary at the old rate was lost,
.Mav or Hee, who had vacated the chair
In   favor  of  Alderman Gilley.  A'.der-
man Bryson and Alderman Smith voting against the Increase.   The bylaw
was  passed,  after  having been read
a third time.
A similar bylaw to Increase the remuneration of the aldermen also met
with opposition, hut was carried, llis
wm ship remaining In the chair and
not voting on the question. AUlermaa
Qilley also objected to this bylaw ani
after it had been read by tiilo he
moved that It bo read a second time
at the lirst in etlng ot the council ia
September, 1910. His anion.., tents
: lost, and the aldermt n will get their
' extra pay.
On the motion of Alderman Jardine
clause -i, which provided tor the fining of an alderman if he did not attend  meetings, was struck out.
A bylaw providing tor the appointment and payment of the city officials
was also read a third time and passed.
The amendment to the fire protection bylaw, enlarging the lire limits,
was also passed.
Alderman Jardine introduced a
building bylaw, but he did Dol have
it advance much above the note s ege
aud It was only read the lirst time
, by title. The mayor, the Chairman
of the board of works and the finance
committee were appointed as'a committee to consider tue measure.
All this occupied time, but it wa*
not tflo only business taken up last
night.
the board of trade submitted a resolution to tlte effect  that il  was hi far
vor  of an active    civic   advertising
campaign, and that tue council . uouid
jtaae  lean in  the matter, more especially  as  there   was  a   bylaw passed
lor the sum oi  tH.uuu to be tiseu lor
advertising purposes.    .Mayor Lee was
authorized    to    select    a   committee
I winch will  act  with  a similar coin-
1 miiiee appointed  Horn  tue board ot
trade to uiscuss the matter.
fa. B. Buchanan submitted a plan of
" '"'���   ol  wiiicli
NEW YORK WET.
Biff
R<!   Po
The
I "mm
I Une
Ine
.$1060.00 by the middle of May. _
v   k    \Ptii  4.-Four-year-old
���sltlon of Superintendent. New   "[*'.. J t()(,.iy from Intoxlca-
committee begs leave to re* !g*W*      " .I JiVei-  the police say
t John Ankers he appoint-   ,lo,n. ,!' "ril lk yesterday With Whtakj
ndent of the supply pipe *���� 'fj���^ j0hn Silver, twenty-
lecelved
���  .
end ti
"' and thai
. v.. ...<= supply pipe  "-- -famjiy party
he superintend the lay-  ll   a ramus i   ...
o  the new pipe line of tho engl-   Ul,���
month0 '''""���ilt' s;iliuy of *12h per
Also that Mr, Henderson be left ln
.,'',''' ol the distribution system at
A|';":- of $100 per month.
in��� j" W(' "-cuiniueiid that the plumh-
��� inspector be instructed, with such
nran,',""'"  :,s   may   be
���'"'" il Man of t
lem ot the city
Favor   Referendum   Pl.ink.
Wlnnlpog, April 4.���Al the provincial liberal convention which opened
here toiiighi a report is current thai
ti   iesolutlon   will   he  moved   favoring
the adoption ot an Initiative and referendum plank In the parly's platform,
a number of Influential men in the
party are favorable to the plonk, The
adoption Ot such a plank  would  meet
with popular favor
Fifteen   Complaints   Sworn   to   After
Police  Activity  on  Sunday.
New York, Apill 4.���Hosults of
Mayor Onyiior's plans to enforce the
excise law and at the same time prevent police blackmail developed when
fifteen complaints were sworn In the
district attorney's Office against offenders on  Sunday.
New York was "wet" yesterday, and
���aloonmen served drinks In thc back
rooms. The police, under orders, slni-
plv obtained evidence, but were not
allowed to make known their Identities. The result of their work was
the submission today of fifteen complaints
��� luce.    The oilier day  ..^ ���__
, formation ot a small hand of Indians
from the Bouth   of   the International
; houndary  who  were engaged In trap-
! ping  at   Meadow   creek,  above   Y'ahk.
j He at once set out    and flndnlg the
tepees waited for some time till the
Indians returned,   lie explained that
they  should  confine their  operations
tO the  l'nited  Stalls side ol   the hue
and escorted them to that  point with
an admonition to behave better in future it visiting British Columbia,   lie
'had   them   beaded   south   within  one
hour from thc time he spoke to them,
Today   he   had   Adam   Wise  of   Fort
SI eel,   up   before   Magistrate    Joseph
Ryan, charged with attempting to trap
beaver in a small stream flowing Into .
Wild  Horse creek,    An  Indian, Ambrose, found the trails and    knowing1
thai beaver are closely protected, he
took the Implements home with him
an.l reported the matter to Jacob, the
Indian  deputy  game  warden, who in
turn reported to Mr, Bates.   Ambrose
proved he found the traps, one on u
heaver dam, the other In the entrance,
or   hole,   leading   into   tho     heaver's
"house."     Joseph   Walsh,    provincial
constable of Fort Steele, proved f'at
Wise came to him and threatened to
have Ambrose  prosecuted for taking
his traps  which  he  had  set  on  this
Stream to capture mink.    Wise  said
his defence was that ho set the traps
for mink and otter, though  Ambrose
1 tho city engineer sent in ins written
disapproval on the grounds that the
��� Ha  ���,ii   notnetde
,     required,   to
he distribution sys-
three  years old,  a cousin,  hns  been
locked tip, charged with homicide.
Premier Roblln Returns.
Winnipeg, April 4.���Hon, ll. P, Roblln, premier of Manitoba, has returned
from Hot Springs, Ark., where he Iuih i
heen for the last two months for the
bene, t of  his  health.    Although   not \
The olience 01 a^y-"1'  '"..��� lr, nf
rert IIC��s  v.    ���  .... '     ' ner iB provlded for by section 16 O
' *" mar *       C     ,_lL   Deavei .<��� v^    .,���,,������   Amendment act
Needed to Prevent War in South
streets in the plan did not coincide
witu tlie stieets ol the old city. Air.
Buchanan was present and abiy pre-
sentfcd his case. There were aldermen both for and against nun, nut
it was dually decide,! that it wodld
be well to have some more light oa
tec mutter before anything aennitn
was done, as the atttair was s-ome-
Wllat complicated, and the question
was left over lor a  week.
A plan submitted by J. K. George
of au adjoining subdivision was also
held over, as the decision on it was
involved in ihe judgment on Mr. Bu-
eiiui'-.n's property.
CHARGE  OF   ARSON.
Nelson Man Arrested In Connection
With Fire on Tug Ymir.
Nelson. April 4.���Chief Black, ot
the provincial police, with Constable.
Wlghtman, left this morning for Cot
llngwood, whence he will return with
.lack Matthews, formerly of .Nelson,
who has been arrested  on a charge
of arson.
Hast October the C. P. It. tug Ymlr��� '
while, under repair at the shipyards,
mysteriously caught, fire and Its interior was considerably damaged. Matthews was at the time acting as night
^^^^^^^ watchman.
...  _. ugh Ambrose      Chief Black has since been invest!-
had sworn there were neither mink gating the occurence and i n format lost
nor otter ln that locality. The mag- reached him which led him to suspect
lstrate declared the defence to he per- that Matthews was implicated In caus-
fectly ridiculous. He could not under- ing the fire. Matthews had In the
stand tho sonse of setting a beaver meantime loft Nelson and Chief Black
trap ln a beaver hole with a view sought to locate him. lie was finally
of taking mink that did not exist on traced to Colllngwood and was arrest-
the stream. He promptly fined Wise ed there on Monday on the request of
.10 and all expenses of bringing the the chief. He will be brought back
i witnesses into court to prove Hie case,   for trial.
The offence of attempting to take 	
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Ilm(1   pertt, April 4,-UepoHsol'nt
i''i"��> * ....... .,..,,cnhitf at
}rnmo   1,1    h��Ufa.    Although  not      Lima, ��.��, - - ,ate at
benefit of his m . |1(lH been tacks upon the I on �������
SffirSSStJS"bj his trip to th.' ull hy H..ua -  " mobsh^^
from
T.  S.  BRYSON,
i .    o.    uix i a****-* *
balrman Water Committee.
B   It   will   1...   mmmv.   tl.-,t   (lu-re
fully recovered, ,���^  ...
greatly  benefitted  hy  his trip
SOtltl
beaver is proviucu i��. ~.
the Game Protection Amendment act
  . of 1905.   The close time for those anl-
~~ mals will expire on August 1, 1911.
Interest of an adequate navy, today  They are becoming quite numerous ln
resolved to purchase a submarine ves- different parts of Bast Kootenay, and
, , may be sometimes seen ln daylight
'    ,     , ... ' along  the  banks of the    St.  Mary's
Both   the   natives   and   foreigners rtver.   The almost Impenetrable Jun-
here contrast the behavior of the Pe- gle of willow and thorn which grows
���   -.  ,   .,���. in the tangle of small streams about
.;   intense Indignation here ""-1^^ the behavlor of the Pe- ge o   wluow _ ^ -  - -
��� ��� ��s,              'there is much war talk. I ���          ag the BUarantce of protec ^^Sb^t White Flsh creek is now
M - - ��. wlii b;Toen\"hat there I              ^ffiT-l!   "   ntorvlow | Tl. declared that nothing bu ^ �� ^                ^ ^.T��� XVS^TcSS^S
tC<   '��<. <me appointed to All plJ��2*��f_i_ George B. Foster  f,,endly  Interference  of          U ^ ^ recent disgraceful incident J�� {o��om* "long^C^^y ^ ^
nt Mr   I   a(ant  by the  resignation   this morning nuu        ...    Improving  ���   .      _..���  ���r-v��nt hostilities                  m ��������� onrt Roeota. lue ^W,-,5U '
lr   Stott,   tbe   ��,���n���ii   h��.iiovi���e   says his health is. r^ /     p(ace ,���
th<it. he
the common
li;��.";;';, me appointed to fill the1    Ottawa, April ^ t#f ,nterference  of tne recent dlagrac(
�� Mr III "Anl  by U,e '"^r   th'B "his" iealt lis rapidly Improving J ^s will prevent host.lltl es.    1he n and Bogota.
ft��swj an tsffi saWffW ^    ^,ftn aBBOC,at,on' ra
Cyclone Strikes Youngstown.
Youngstown, Ohio, April 4.���
A cyclone struck the Lanslng-
vllle section of this city at two
o'clock this afternoon during
the progress of a heavy rain
storm, wrecking a dozen buildings and unrooting several
others. Five persons are reported to be injured, none seriously.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, APR|L .
1910.
(iiisiiitd MvertiaiKBis ww revoll'IIOMZED     New Advertisements
BY .SEW SERVICE ORDER
GIRL'S  GOLD   BAG  SAVES
AN   AUTOIbT   FROM   CELL
WANTED.
BUTOBD TO  KENT ��� BY  YOUXG
couple,  r. ��� ���   -    ��� es. small,
well   furnished   modern   house   or
apart 11 ent.    A. l>. V., this of!
VAICTED ��� FURNISH
tor four Lo - mail fam
ily��� _..,. ..    . .". J. Hart J
Ltd.
V.W'TEb���TO RENT BY  '
cnaple. on--- or two f
*k*e to bush -      - Address
Per mar; ont, News Ofifl
He'eafter   German   Officers   for
sian    Guard    Regiments   Well
Selected on Account of Capac;
PriiS-
Be
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WILSON. COOK Sl CO.
Off.ce in Northern Crov��n Ban*.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
S. W. '���
acre;
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BRENING   &   CO.
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
r 1 :-vs  4.  5  and  6.
Merchants   Bank   Building.
New  York.  April  4.���A   gold  mesh
e  belonging to a Miss Glover saved
Mai' Service
Following are 1
ml srriral
hinster post
taeh ca ;,.g
which ii hall
fore  the
section 25, Surrey: $'25 per   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
oad runs righl   Corner Columbia and  oegbie Streets.
Phone  686
terms.    Yale
.-���'.-���
Berlin,  April  A.���By a simple   an-
ln  the official  "Mil
the Gei man ai my has be< n
:.:.--:.      Thi     annount e
that henceforth candl
:      ;       . as as o^ieers  In  the Prussian guard rej
 | lected exclusivelj with   egi    11
at   the   !;���! and moral capacity, without regard
to her   to birth.
I.'-  etol    e none bul Bons of nobility
^ ��������� dared  aspire to  g'ia!a?;t.en's  e; . .
nUTTBD���SIX TO EIGHT I        11 '���>   U ���     The poor man, however ch
cauage;   fully   modern;   ��� Bkilled, was hopelessly debar-
Eood iix-atio.-..   '...-. P. 0. Box 176,   red.    Prom  now  on  the crack  regi-
Ciry.
VANTKD���ACRE   I RXABY
suitable toi   . Re] ;���   to
Bona FiJe '   News (Jtflce.
Will  "Topaz"  plei -
ftaiiy Kews office tor replies
���AfardsemenL
surrey: surrey: surrey:
If you  are  interested  in  Surrey acreage we would  be ; :. to have I
you call and see our lis:.   We I
exel           - !j ol some of the bes:
buys in .-              r.d can delive:
property.   Our lis- is     0 exten
to gi      In : ill here tnd if you are
not  suited  with  these,  eaM  at our J
office  and  let  us  si.ow  you  some \
money makers.
men's of the German army are open
to all comers, pro-.: y have the
brains  and  character.
Jion   of   the    bourgeoise
from the office:  corps of the C;
��� 1 en a -   use of con -:
n Pruss       d '. the news       I I   ��� war
b   i decided to break  with tbe
old  ?:-���- ���:.   has   create l   widi   pi ��� a i
  p:
WAJfTED���FURNISHED BEDROOM e  long been - able  to
near In                                        Ad- ':      ��� -- :   known
dres.;  '. ��� -  - a)1 ,fJ,in'1
                                           ���        ���         Inuni isurably  superior to
VAMTED  ���   STRONG      BOY     TO those in the guards     Hitherto, how-
SURREY���SS5 per acre bjys 50 acres
of good land on the Clover Valley
and  Townline  roads in  the north-
-.    -:    :i    Ol    Bl    ���-���j-^i.t
Sun ey.
Clear
ed
lot  on
-���
Sixth   street
car   iine.
A  s "
Surrc
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F ft)
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es   - S
urrey adj
oinii
ig C.N.R.
Sr
���did
farm
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In    A1 g
re.
om.a
.district
Charles L. Butler, a Prince town stn-
. Ing locked up In the Newtown police ^':-;i ��n.   Butlei bad taken
���     t.ien and wom< n tor
���   . oblle ii le through  L01
On their way Im: e     ey were
. up on the Hoffman boul< v. rd by
Patrolman   Weils,   who ar-
1   Butler  on   a  charge  of  over-
��� ��� .'.ing. H	
All  went  in  the auto  to  the New-lHilla and Coqultla
wn police sttition. Lieut. McKay told '
' New I
���   ,/->
a:, 1 "l cloaj
actual '; d ru:e,|
'���-'-    ���'    rwise, . -"inaj
d and  r. I
cetved Sunday :.   N ]
and c. P. n east ,  nl, -l SH
rt    lacl
���   tri
he   v.-ay   1
PANTED ��� A     GOOD     ;      -. .
t.'.owtrtg rt;-.l estati -      Ap
ply Boom
build in;-.
WAKTED���WASHING BY THE DAY
lor fan.: .
Truchi, 2" McNeely Street.
$55 per acre buys 160 acres of gocd
land ou Great Northern raid-
- itheast 14 of section 2<). town-
Ip 10, Langley. Known as the
Brockle place. ���; 1 acres clean ;.
bouse, barn, fruit trees, etc A going concern.
learn      moulding
Scfaaake M
VANTKD  ���   EXPERIENCED
Inr  npstiir;   work.    Apply  G	
koteL
WASTED���BOARDIXG  PLACE  FOR
joung   lady   9 ..-������.
with bousewoi.-: .. _
*g or be a com]           -. pay-
���ment   for   hoatd.     Apply   ' To;.az,"
Daily News Publishing 1 lo.
���ANTED���YOUNG -MAN TO BE EM-
ployed as car checker. Apply to
C.P.U. Agent.
WANTED���DRESSMAKERS; GOOD
���ages to experienced parties. Mrs.
Clarkson, feijl Davie St., Vancouver.
only noblemen have been ellgl-
:   - :    rs   for   thet     reno - -.   I
nd the annoyance felt by
:iing   commands   in    other
...   . ��� -- .   . been re-t choed through-
rt the entire army.   Now the over-
- :..-.--  predominant caste has ie-
-   -: and the army litis bei 0
I , . ; ��� (ti.   l.    The   results  of  this |
in  hardly be estimated, but on all I
.   .-. :- It Is recognized that the army
n iw  holds out a career to any  man \
of brains, however poor, and the standard of officers Is sure to be enhanced
enormously.
Effect has already been given to the
order by the appointment of two cadets from the military academy at
Gross-Llchterfelde as junior lieutenants  In  Uorlln  guard   regiments.
WANTED���TO RENT ONE OK TWO
pleasant furnished rooms or small
luniisfied house by married couple.
Address A. Ii., this ofiice.
���TABLE MANURE HAULED AWAY
regularly, the whole year round.
Arrange with H. C. Nurseries, P. 0-,
City.
FOR  SALE.
roil BALE ��� WHITE LEGHORN
eggs; single comb: good strain; five
eert*      1 u .-'      lei    Wilkii
fcixth street. East Burnaby.
FOSt BALE���TWO LOTS ON THIRD
A\> - Pi.  .   $350.
'��'
piy -ti,
FOR   BALE���TWENTY   CORDS   OF
wood.    .'. '. New
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
.TAUM   TO   RENT ��� TO  RENT  OR
lease by tbe 1 1   small
larm  at Bunl .        . '   and
bar: Applj   K.,   tin.-
tiflice.
TO KENT ��� I.AJ'.GK I'ltONT BED-
roon, suitable toi gentleman. Apply 609 Victoria street, m-ar Daily
News office.
LOST.
iOST ��� RUSSIAN POODLE DOG;
white with brown spots. Reward
will be given for Information of
anyone harboring it, or tor 'lie return of it to Mrs.  bam  Brown, 42
liusllli)'  Street.
FOR   RENT.
BIGHT    ROOMED
and   three   acres
fcimi  to  renl  on
iiKiut  arty  yards
sroach.     $26   per
fc'. J. Ken.
HOUSE,    BARN
Of   good    pasture
new    Vale   road,
from  biidge ap-
month.     Apply
TO LET���SEVEN   ROMMED  PURN-
ifilied  house.    Apply  liOij  Cs
atrect.
arnarvon
TO   LET���SIX-ROOMED   COTTAGE.
Vacant May I. Kent $^':!. Apply
am Hartco Street, evenings, between  tl and  7.
BDR RENT���HOUSE AND FOUR
l^its iu Burnaby, near car Une.
Fhe rooms and bathroom, pantry,
���tc.    Rents $12 per month,    May
teiso    for    Six    months    If    tenant
^uui" Apply to P, Peebles, 620 Colombia S'1 eel.
TOK   KENT���HOUSE  AND  1   LOTS
In Burnaby, near car line, 5 rooms
*nd bath room, pantry, etc. Rents
lor $12 per month. May lease foils months, if tennent nulls.
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
Ior one or two itulies, close to car.
C.15 Hamilton street, city.
��\)K EXCHANGE���FIVE ROOMED
limine and lot In Vancouver, value
|2000, for house and lot In New
Westminster. Apply, Box P, R.
.Vews Office.
J. W. PAY
LANDSCAPE GARDENER.
Twenty years experience at lawns,
iriutc-vards,    sodding,     grading     and
.lulling   of   rill     kinds.     Satisfaction
iXuaranteed.    Orders solicited.    Apply
KELLINGTON BROS.
Begbie Street.
SURREY���213 acres of the highest
class of black loam at $::"' per a i
The tram line runs through this
property. The Gnat Northern
railroad and the Nicomekl river
pass jusi behind this property i n I
the Yale road just, in front. One
hundred and eighty acres of this
land is cleared and under the highest state of cultivation. This land
could not have been cleared for
less than $200 rer acre. This
would be the finest sub-dividing
proposition on the market.
ERENING   &   CO.
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
Rooms  4,  5  and   6.
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Corner Columbia and   Begbie  Streets.
Phone 635.
A. G.   MARSHALL,
E     ��� 1 Westminster Pho.ie F507
SNAPS IN WATERFRONTS.
160 acres of good lan.l under crop,
30 cliains of waterfront Price
$500 per  acre,  on  terms.
14  acres   excellent   land   with   h   .
and builditit;.-. with 21 chains water-
���  -  .    Railway  through property.    Price $81 00, quarter cash.
M
- I e must give $100 bail or be
locki :1 up.
"But I have no money with me," remarked the student
"Well," replied the lieutenant, "you
must"���
"Wait." broke in Miss Glover. "I
have a mesh bag h'ie valued at $110.
Will you take that as security?"
Tlie lieutenant examined the handbag and said "yes." Butler refused
to give Miss Glover's e Idress.
Mails Desi  tchea
0:00 a':"   ' .-, , 3
aver
8 a.m.���Yaui 1
1. C. Electric rail*        ; Viclorli
F.rst C. P. U. ,   !t       ,
ast including Lai ? *" W
The   mail   for   Ai
trict,  Claybutn
- all 1
;-'-itl
I
and
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
don and district, and Ma"t_nni "I
patched by way , a��i
8  a-DL���Blaine .    .
eluding all U. s. , * altli
|and Halls Prairie, I ���
RAILWAY CO.
SURREY���N.W.
'    ship   2;   good
I    road; $85 per
12, IS and ^4
14  of  sec.  24, town-
soil   and   near   Yale
acre,  $5000  cash;   6,
months .
160 acres nearby all cultivated, exc 1-
l- nl land, waterfrontage North Arm,
near city.
40 acres,  with
Good terms.
waterfront.    Sunbury.
$400    per    acre
Hjorth road.
buys    120   acres   on
160 acres of Section 7, Langley: 50
acres cleared: $19,000; 1-^ cash,
balance 1. 2 and 3 years.
One   acre   watetfront,    quarter   mile
from Lulu Island bridge.
Atlantic Express Leaves
Daily at 3:25 P. M.
Ing  direct  connections    for    all
points in Eastern Canada and United
State..    Kevelstok . local and connection for Seattle and all points south
l'-ave?   dally   at   8:35;   Agassiz   local
at  5:35  p.  m.
Canadian Pacific Hal, way Company's Easter Holidays Excursion.
Tickets on sale from March 24 to 28.
!Good till March 30.   One fare and one-
] third for the round trip.
For further particulars apply to
ED. QODLET,
C. P. H. Agent,
or C. B. FOSTER, A.G.P.A. Vancouver
elmere, on Tuesdays,
Saturdays.
All Surrey mi I
.   .. . re and !���'��� i
he Pert Guichon  tra
days  and  Sal
11:00 a.m.���v,;..
Central Park, via .-
us ay.
12:30 p.m.���Stra
,erland and Soul
ourier (Tuesdaj
1:30 p.m ���I. is  1
2:00 p.m.���Bui i,.
2:00 ,.-:. (I .
2:30 except  S tl i
Guichon.   W(   ' Is
I tiry, daily excej I S ,
Tuesday, Thurs lay
I
���-.���anu
irsati
��� ��� |j
Jralrfe
i
Tiled.
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M. C Bruce.
i
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- and <a
���'; WoodsK
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YEAR3'
Langley; 160 acres of good land having 2,000,000 feet of timber; Hear
sawmills;  $40 per acre.
$40 an acre buys 160 acres of good
farming land in Surrey, one mile
from tram line. This is suitable to
subdivide.
40  feet   waterfront,    three
from bridge.   $50 rer foot.
minutes
Trace Ma?ik3
Designs
Copyrights &c.
 , j pfcpt<*h And d**"cr1pH-m mnj
)ttlck'l_ a*rertam r,i:r opinion free irnetber an
ir.v^- ' - r. -"-,r ,hnv ;v r,alenlflblp. Oemmtinir-a.
tloniFtrlctIrnwfldentU. HAHDbOOK onfatenti
lent free. Oldeet Bifi-nf for pr-r.-un.-j. palf-uM.
. atenui taEen tl.rouirh Jlur.Ti & C'J. receiT9
tpcuiino'.v.'., w:th',uccl'��rye, litlia
Apply for terms.
A. G.  MARSHALL,
Estate Office.
South Westminster Phone F507
WILSON,   COOK   &   CO.
Office in Northern Crown Bank.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
fen .it�� flmertottt
t -   ���      .-.-- j UlaKnfc I weetlr.   I>ir.'^t dr-
t -   'T ar.y a--..:.l--'- JoarnaL    'ior.-n- fot
t .  ....'.% jcur, j>,-tn..: prepaid.   Sou bj
���-.   * USB -;."��, .   Bt- Wa;!.-. -l.ru V. C."'
R. S. PRINCE
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
Opem ! on Approved Systems.
J. A. Motherwell
Local   Manager
Vancouver Financial
Corporation
HALL
SAFE
Cincinnati
the
COMPANY
Ohio.
P. O.
Office:
Phone
Room   9.
>78.
Rei 1  listate
Agri   tnents ol
Sale
Mortgages    B	
Merchants   Bank
Phone 591
I-'ire Insurance
Life Insurance
Accident Iriiur-
tince
Building
Room  6
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branch-s throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, anl in London, England, Nev. York, Chicago and Spokane,
0. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
���jaTiklng business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In al! parts of th*
world.
Savin, s Bank Department���Deposit?
received in sums of .1 tind upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Tnta'. Assets o-.er 1168,000.000.00.
NEV,' WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
^^ (S evesion maiiW
patched and recelvi        ...     ,:||
^:::0    p.m.-  Vai anj _j
Siding, via G. X. K   .     til.
3   p.m.���Cloyi i lah
Port Kells daily. C        a   a
Thursday, l-'ri lay , day; fyi
Ibead on Tuesday and i' day; Boa'j
;cord, Tuesday and Friday.
�����:u0 p.m.���Van    ...     -. | ujmajjl
Jake, via B. C. :. liailvi iy, sa:J
-urday aa extra mall .   d spattte
I Victoria via Vancouver at this t��
Blaine an 1  Se Ltl .   Ilag all
IS. points east and . iuth, via 0, N,j
"Flyer."
C  p.m.���Seem | C   P   R.. east, rt
ser Mills.     This es the loll
flowing    local Barr.tt adl
Sailings from C. P. R. wharf, Van-(Port Moody, Pitt M -  ivrtHas-
;couver. jmond.   Port  Hanej     Mission,  Call*
To Victoria���1:30 P- ni. dally. jwaek, Harrison  Hoi   Springs, Again
To  Nanaimo���2  p.  m.  daily  except Lytton, Lillooet. ::rid|.. .NIC-
Sunday;  leaves Sunday at 5:1") p. m  |ola  and   district,  and all points tistt
|    To Union and Comox���Leaves Vancouver, ll p. m. Monday,
Alaska service���11 p. in., March 14,
111 and April 4.
To  Prince Rupert���Leaves Vancouver at 11 p. tn. every Saturday.
To Chilliwack and  points of call���-
8   a.   m.   Mondays,   Wednesdays  and
Friday?, from B. C. Coast wharf, New
j Westminster, B, C.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
COAST  SERVICE.
except Kootena.. s
For
dress
further  particulars  ca
ED
or
ad
Asst.
GOULET, Agent.
New Westminster.
C.  B.  FOSTER.
Gen.   Pass.   Agent,
Vancouvi r. B. C.
Mails   Received.
6:43 a.m.���Bl.;.-. ind Seatt.,M
eluding all D. 8       i ts, via G N ll
8:20  a.m.���V-.: and Victoil
ncludtni U. s \ matter ai : m
(except Tuesday. ria B ('. Biectrlo
Railway.
9:00 to 10:^0 n a-Strawberry HlU
by courier (Tuei       ' . PrtiayV
9:30 a.m.���Vat. i ��� ��� Victoria,
via G, N. R.
s:)n n.m.-C. P R ������ ' tfratUaM
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Cot.��
lam. ,
l:no p.m.���Vancouver, Central m
and Praser Arm. '
i^ist b    '���' 'y01���
Bnrqnltl m i  bv court*
3:80 p.m.���Blaine ��^d
Itidinir all U. B. points
9:40 p.m.���Second M
losed  mall f-nni Pnmn =
1:2(\ p.m.-
2:30 n.m.-
Seattle.��
,\ <!p. tlt|
Westminster   Trust   Block.
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster Phone F507
Acreage   and   half  acres;   near  tram,
Kasy terms.    South Westminster.
Five  and  two acre  blocks  and    cu:
oil's.    Kasy  terms.
35 City Lots. Scott Road station.
$150, third cash, balance 6, 12, and
18 months.
15 Acre farm; well stocked and In
good cultivation; with furniture
and equipment.    Kasy terms.
120  Acres;   $200 per acre;   close  In.
Good terms.
15 Acres; till under crop; ��l cows,
horses and equipment; $.".000; $2000
cash, remainder on terms.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting hetween us, the undersigned, as "Vidal
& Bacchus," of the City of New Westminster, as Customs Brokers, has
been this day dissolved by mutual
consent. All debts owing to tho said
partnership are to be paid to H. P.
Vidal, and till claims agalnsl the said
partnership are to be presented to the
said II. P. Vidal, by whom the same
will be settled.
Dated at the City of New Westminster, li. C, this 3lBt day of .March,
1910.
II. P. VIDAL.
G. W. BACCHUS, JR.
132 Feet on Columbia stret t, 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; $r,o per foot.
APPLY���
A.   G.   MARSHALL,
Real  Estate Office. Phone F. 507
South Westminster.
TENDERS
Tenders solicited for repairing and
removing St. Patrick's hall. Plans
and specifications can bo seen at St.
Louis college, A. L. Lavery and
Small aifd Bucklln's ollice.
FATHER O'BOYLE.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Sorvice
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
,S. LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw,   14,900 tons.
,S. MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,    14,900   tons.
largest   and   most   modern,
commodation  equal  to any cross
ing the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
The
Ac-
r�����<kiy%*<v   .vyjjjfi*. ^-v^s^*. f *t*** ;
BUY THIS
and Watch Your Money Grow
Newton Road, 160 acres for $120 per acre.
THINK OF IT
160 acres on Newton road, with 8 acres cleared
and thoroughly cultivated, Good House, Chicken
House, etc.   Never again can be duplicated.
Adjoining similar property unimproved sold on
Saturday for $150 per acre.   Future values double.
FOR FIRST CLASS
JOB PRINTING
CO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
739   FRONT   ST.,  WINDSOR   BLOCK
nroprletress, Mrs. M. Doininy.
REWARD
Fifty ($50.00) dollars will be paid
for Information that will secure the
conviction of tho preson or persons
who damaged shade treo�� on Blackford street, or of any person damaging boulevards In the city.
By order, \V. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Uall, March 29, 1910.
NATIONAL FINANCE CO.
LIMITED
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Curtis Block 657 Columbia St.
Phone 515
I THE DAILY NEWS.
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PAGE THREE-
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ULSTER 1 :'.'b Midget loose
WobPSXcarbon^Pap-
Sixth street.
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EDMONDS, BAKKW
Jotters, Westminster
'��� -���nbla street.  Ne*
W. J-
Baseball Goods
Fishing  Tackle
  A T 	
MOREY'S
Buy Early while
Stock is Complete
635���Columbia Street���665
New Westminster, B. C
IN SUBMARINE SAfE
Specialist Devises Helmet to
Assure Crew Supply of Air
While Rising.
Whiteside,
WHEAL'
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solicitors,   Barrls-
, ,.rne street, opposite
Westminster
Vancouver    offices
21   Williams  build
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New   nnd    Second Hand    Furniture   Bought   and   Sold
Agents   for   Baynes'   Carriages
and   Capital   Milk   Separators
Second-Hand    Bicycles
$10   to   $25.00
GENERAL   REPAIRIN
from
Front Street
Phone 275
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London, April I.���Many nations
have been startled In the last few
years, by news of submarine dlsas-
1 : Hies,' vis. els came to be
known before long as "The navy's
death traps," and nun who entered
as crews reali/.ed they undertook
Bpecial dangers.
Et, 11. Davis, managing director of a
liij; submarine engineering house;
Capt. S. S. Hall and Stall-S tirwyor
Oswald Roes, of the British navy,
have now perfected a simple device
to  change  all  that.
So well have they succeeded that
the admiralty has ordered a large
number of the appliances, and inquiries ure coming in from foreign
powers, Fur the future, therefore,
men who go under th< sea In submarines will haw. al least, a sport-
^ lug chance ol ei  ape.
For manj years marine engineers
have been trj Ing to solve the pi oblem.
, Tii. lr chlel dlltli nil j was found In i he
fact that a submai ine, to be sale under almost any conditions, would be
so hampei i ,1 by her safi ty de\ li i I
as to have little or no military efficiency.
1 ttree Essential Requirements.
Ii was dei Ided that the three essential requirements in any rescue
contrivance were thai it Bhould ren-
dei the crew Immune from the effects of the poisonous chlorine gas���
formed bj sail water coming in contact with the stored electrical energy���preserve them from being drowned iti the boat and provide them with
a  means of escape from the vessel,
LONDON'S  POOR  THEATRE
OWNERS WEEP OVER TAX
London, April 4.���London theatrical
managers, struggling desperately to
make a. profit, are angry with Lord
Brassey for suggesting the taxation o��
theatre tickets. Lord Brassey is president of ihe Associated Chambers of
Commerce, and believes In taxing the
amusements of the people.
A London manager states that It
would be impossible to puss on the
tax to the theatre goer and to make
the stall Into $2.60 luxury. And he
sorrowfully added, the odd 10 cents
is all tin- profit that many a manager
gits mil of the stalls.
Lord Brassey's levy would have the'
advantage of constituting a tax on
"deadheads," who attend the theatre
witli free passes, it it could make
them pay something to the state or to
the theatrical manager, the tax would
be worth Introducing. But experts
say it cannot he done. The "deadhead" would not yield up even lo
cents. The onlj result would he iiiat.
the manager, In addition to placing
liis tin : tie al the lice disi osal of
the visitor, would have to pa> him
10 i enti to come. Foi some plays thai
might not be an exorbitant bribe, bui
managers do not look upon it In that
light.
Tin- proposal to tax tickets tor football batch Is not open to the same
objection, foi a ci nl would not stop a
football t nthui last witn< sslng his favorite game, Bul the t< mptatlon to
defeat I i revi nue coupled with the
eagi i ii' to get to see the game,
wou',1   orove   an   almost   Irresistible
Put ther* by (hc
make r a���f ou n d
(here In (he service
(hese M-L Pure I'atnls
alone can give.
It is no hard thine; to
make    a    paint  that
looks good in the can
���or   sounds  good in
the  advertising ���and
YOU couldn't tell the
difference beforehand.
But it is not so easy to
put together tlie purest
materials in the most
expert way���and then
to    add    one    special
ingredient    greatly
lengthen the paint's life
���and that's what you
get when you buy
�� PURE
SentJOn Approval A
To Responsible People   '4 W_*_\
Laughlin |*
FOUNTAIN PEN m
and
RED GEM
XShe InK Pencil
Your Choice of
I PAINT
temptation   11 n   occasions)
, rowd to rush tin   barrier,
tO      the
LAWYER'S
$9,000  FEE
IS   SLASHED  TO
.90
N'ew York, April t_.���D. Cady Her-
i lei fei ol D,i 10 for nine daj.-' services as referee In the Eleventh avenue litigation between the city and
the New York Central railroad was
cut lo $90 by Archibald Watson, coi
po|-jM.i.i   counsel.     Mr.   Herrlck   al
Forty colors, for every
painting purpose, made by
Imperial Varnish it Color
Co., Limited, of  Toronto.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
Agents for New W
minsti r and District
$
These
Two
Popular
Articles
lor only
I)�� b
limitation! a>e L>-ul Si��i
Every pen guar antei -1
full U Ki. bclid Gold cu��
on right band maj be bad
rubei our Btandatd
ck opaque pattern, or
u bri akable 'i ranapai-
,, i,s desired, either in
In , i , ni raved finl��U,
preferred.
You mi-- lr. tltUprtl a w-v,
outloli, tfiudll   -1 '  mA,
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i�� J.,r 1111,1 i; ii*,.* lull II w 1*1
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wj i fj,.Sftnri -      - ' ���   '���   '    '''��� " ft
I OB 1   LauQi,iin M(^' Co,,)l
Oelrolt
Majattlo Bldg.
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^m^_a
**0*>���������*<->*^*>e<-Ov��'>9f t'j     an ' ascent to tin- Btirface.
Tlie new device meets those points
It  consists of a helmet sloped awaj
t'UK    HACKS  A.Ni
The  Fashion  &u
ICRNETT. AUUITOK AM
Koununt' Tel.  R 128-    n��om
fctmlMirt' Trust Block.
oDivrc'    MlDl'l'vJ'*-  ANU  :
^TNVeS^ter
���belt.   V. .. \."K ""'"
f>o yea know the difference
lietween working nnd having
the work done for you?
Sunlight Soap actually makes \
the dirt drop   out   saves  you j
time  ond money���but   injures |
neither hands nor t
clothes. That ���
Is   just   the ',
difference
be t yv e e n
Sunlight Soap
and ordinary
scops.
Trust
FISH  AND
Ii
(\; to Ban
,   . ibti. f'
etc.  Dean Bl0(*
Montreal
FURN'TURE
i \,.l..-
jealer. Uphol
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ana Undertaker ,
McKenzie sireeU |
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
IV.  LEWTI1WAITE,    CABINET-
ti rer, 425 ClarK
tn streel        I Ind    Burr blocM-
tartiltui-c and  repaired.   BUS  |
Ion (urnltu     In Br and oak.
.. mn
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  0,
Telephone 13. Office   Eiqhth St
���AL  CITY   CHEMICAL   CLKAN
land u IS Columhla ������'l
I  e place where ,h"
rt and I ���- moved from tin
Till-: MEALS
I
���im
|t>rail dellv
', in
I
Goods calle
Lytton Hot^l
Ml
;       v\'oOl)WUK��vlNij
.. -.:,; nore Bums"
la'jinrt. i ...\'i.-.'s, mantei
I ; Ueilgos and f-"
"atos i j.  i ������>������ ���     pro
|i--' ... -.  i orner  Eleventl
P. 0. box 251, i'i>""'
are   prepared   by  export   W
cooks In the cleanest and most
sanitary   kitchen
in  the *.-y.
to fit on the Bhoulders and continued
into a short packet of strong water-
..not maiiiiai. inside the irout ol tne
jacket ls a pocket, containing a com-]
blned purifier and oxygen-gi nerator,
by which the same air van be treated
over and over again,
A special device Is also fittul to
the jacket to enable the wearer, when
I he reaches the surface, to Inflate a
flexible chamber, which forms a lifebuoy round the chest. Tbe wearer
can then keep afloat and breathe
fresh air by opening the window ol
bis helmet. This Is a very nee ssai y
provision, as the man may not be rescued for some time after reaching
the Burface, and the supply of ai initial air afforded by the pocket apparatus is necessarily llmlti d.
The helmets, w Ith the packi ts fold-
i l Inside them, are kept hanging up
In the air traps of the submarine,
ready for Immediate use. Directly an
accident happens, the crew van secure a condition of safety bj immediately closing up their helmets, while
standing in the i eserve ol compn ��� I
air��� the pre iure ot air In the helmet
being the same as the water pressure,
1 hey can then open the toi pi d l
batch, or the hatch of the conning
tower, and safely ascend to the surface.    Slxtei u  pounds (s  the    total
-. elghl  Ol the outfit, and it ran bl   pul
on in thirty Beconds, without any as-
��� ince.
in order thai the Bubmai Ine men of
the navy may be practiced in the use
��� ; the device, the admiralty has pro-
! . ii't .1 at Portsmouth Dockyard a huge
tank of water, al the bottom of which
is  built   a  skeleton  submarine  boat.
An arrangemi nl is fitted al the Bur-
;    e for lowering and raisin,   an ah-!
lock -corresponding to the air-trap In]
a submarine,   in thla the mi n. after
learning to pul the dress on quickly,
practice getting in and out, before being lowered to the bottom of the tank.
After thai  tbey go under, i nti r the
submarine ami make their way to the
, oni Ing tower, the hatch ol which thi..
i pen as  if  in  the  act  of  s,-rl.iii.   es
.,,.  in nn a Binklng vessel.
They van then either float to the
i surface  or   return   to  Ihe    Bturtlng
point; the o] eratlon bi Ing rei eated
| until the offlci r In chargi cosldi ts
I the mi n profit li nt,
l UO    .M. \\      luio    v . ....     ���
cut to .90 by Archibald Watson, cor-  �����������*����**��������������-��,	
SaBflwsca i ^e^S FITTINGS
Watson thought the bill excessive and   *    ANI)       ( Ji4 r l_,V    AAA*  AA.   <i *wi.*W
offered to compromise at .5,000.   Tbo   ���   ���r*-*^*-'       v* * *V4J
SHOW CASES
railroad refused, whereupon the cor-
l oration counsi l cul the bill to the
Jin a day ; Mowed by tbo law.
MUZZLING  CHINESE   PRESS.
Control    cf    Shanghai     Vernacular
Newspapers  Bought  for $l00.0u0.
Shanghai, April i.���An official docu
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAIL-
IMGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
��ES��Sffi| m WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
eipn ollice, applied some $100,000 of
tin- funds of tin- W'ban. pu conservatory to buy control of the leading local   '- ei n, u ul a r  newspapers.
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
I ,  ���    ,. PHONE 473
;    woRKS-Corner Eleventh and Carlme. A_���,A__._.��**
;,,, t T r ^^^^^^^^^^^
21-MEAL   TICKET   $4.50
Digby Electric Works
ELASTICITY OF EARTH.
Makes
Jonn
of
H .   !���'. COTTON, ^^^^
I0M1NION   --.Ni. \t. C.  LAND Si-'1
lT��)'or, in Natl
te, ovei
I'ltm (n
B, C.
mai Finance Co. a ot-
Curtis'  drug  store,  Co-
Btr et,   Now   Westminster
REAL  ESTATE.
Will
ITE, SHILES & CO.
f�� E��tate and  Insurance  Agents-
iiii.n and suohrban property,
 UrnnhlH street.
f^LERa   ASSOCIATION OV B. C
3- B, Brown, manager. P. O. Dox
'**>��� I'linns ;',i4.
��� City,
ho Cm
Milne,   Noted   Engineer
Tests   of   Tidil   Effects.
London, April x- The elai tlclty
the earth In relation to its 11  pi n
slvencss to pulls and strain   I     been
i in   BUbJecl  of  n-i-i ni  tests made hy
John Milne, the noted
��� i otologist.    He lays
Ing established ihut
made by
engineer and
claim (" lmv"
tj,e ocean tides
,..i,it in depret '
nave an appreciable
at land levels.
Experiments,   which   differ
tin- ironl of so-called land linos
made  with  ii  modified
leUmogrhp)]   at
"'���ar Liverpool,
ing to  Milne,
h isb sea becomes
f ' ^i. ti.,. cheapest lot In Burnaby,
J" by 150 close to car line, on good
7"-   Pine  sit,.  f���r  homes.    ��200
ac"- quarter cash, balance easy.
I rh. n,,,n who JM ����J��" ��!S.
SPI'SS'Sr"JS ��<*
us at once. nffiec
- .     ui.   c�� Opp.  Tram umcc
Columbia   St. KH��.
Phone No. 304
from
. wore
form   of   Uui
liisdon   observatory
Tbey proved, ai-cnlii
that   the   level   of   llic
h Hea Devon,... depressed from thi
Increased loud Of water al  every IiIkI
tide, the citei-t  being to   pull   thi
shores nearer together and tnaki
[land slopes steeper,
As the iimoiml of deflection
one Inch to sixteen no
covered   Is   rather   of
of practical importance
tin
les,
sc
only
the distance
entitle tin"1
We are going to help build a Y. M. C. A.
VVe have arranged a  Furniture  Sale,  Commencing Mcnday
to the end of April and are giving to the Y. M. C. A. building
fund 5 per cent, of our total cash sales. Each day a Y.M.C.A.
official will check the amounts'of our sales and at the end of the
month we will hand him a cheque for the sum due.
We have adopted this method purely to help along thc Y.M.C.A.
As the price concessions we intend making during this Sale will
not'allow us much margin of profit, we want to be able   to hand
over to the Y. M. C.'A. as big a sum as possible, so we have
reduced our prices to make it worth your while to buy your Furniture, Carpets, etc. from us this month.   Even if you are not
enthusiastic over thc Y. M. C. A., our special reductions on all
goods should attract your attention and claim your patronage.
Watch  Our Ad*  Each  Day  for   Sptcial Bargains.
AUTO  PATROL
MACHINE   WORKS.
IgSHSE ��� HARRIS & CO.
\n, :"!'    ��h|n��l��    mill  mac.mnery  ; II.     lllHl��,,-r     **
Mrs
t30RN   IN
Mary Smith Becomes a Mother
Her Way to  Hospital.
���A hoy wns
nuto patrol
en
____________________     !rn
Mlli T   ,hln��le    mil]  mac.ninery
t'arM1 uri11  specincations   pre
.MECHANICAL.
F]\p ,. '-^^^~^w.        ^^^^^^
Wal ri^!ilNB W��RK ANU GEN-
Wateh n. , 8' A,>ytblng from a
W w, |.' (,< 'o an automobile.
Ki sivt. ' mf'cl'anlcal expert No
Hlock      8tr,(,t'    Dominion    Trust
GENERAL  AGENT3
Gasoline Lighting
Red Cross Sanitary
Closet
Hall .and Lavery Block
Ban Francisco, April W
bom  >"  n'"  "Jfto other morn-
wtton al twoo clock tr g^e,
����*   Th-mother Is Mi-- ,���   Wa9���
tw��nty.i���� yoat�� w��v" vWt her to-
>���"" w,"ona,,?aJ   in Whiting, ind.
tl,OT, John S'.ialek, in ���yde
Who allRliled  from a SS. ��a�� nlaced
V     IO     *****     _"mZ*
'in Whiting, md.
I car near Hyde
: woo mi*.   _- .        gue was placet!
I ,���irk police station- _�������... on her
DENNY  &  GALLOWAY
U ~       HOME FURNISHERS
43-45 Sixth Street. New Westminster, B.C
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!n the aulo patrol 'sna ,ul
wfty    to    Washington  Pa" ,ere
when the child *a��born.
taken to th�� hospital. PACE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS
TUESDAY, APRlL
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TUESDAY, APRIL   5,   191
THE  POLITICAL  SITUATION.
Ton cai             nothing,"
great e Lord Hall!
��f the r<
iooad - The
%\i< i tatoi of L enl the political nd i .-..
Mnui:.. jent govern
meat ...  y, but
before  loi
a.i' ��� I  >..-..   :
ndiir' their power Is bu
���pan a paradox,���th<  .-       . x that you
cm c     :��� om  -     ���      id 1
;f,o:       . ���    an.1 nol past It, di
the he isi I reform It at
the nine time, esl Irish par-
lament    ... Unloi
Hub i- of the United Kingdom.
It la of little iwi ver, to ai
arhetl do or do nol make
4ood groun I for the work of the build-
������r.   Time will sl ow.   Al the pi ���   enl
moment i;  is  more  profitable  to try
to  see   what   facts  actually   emerge
iron tbe i xli ting situation.
The flrsl ot these, In our opinion,
is that the budget i.*; dead, though nor.
jet burled. We know that this fact
bj botlj denied by many liberals, and
that they riot only profess to believe,
fcut, strange as it. may seem, really
4n believe, that the budget, against
which there Is a clear majority in the
present house of commons (a majority
��f about forty) will somehow or other,
though no one exactly knows the day,
Uie hour, or the means, gets Itself
passed. No doubt. mlracTi s do occasional!) happen in the house of commons, and we should be'loath to Bay
that anything la Impossible in the
topsy-turvey political world in which
we now live, but what we do assert
ie that if the men who dominate the
ritaatlon do what they say they mean
lo do. and what Impartial observers
are obliged to admit they are bound
to do, the budge) is dea.l and done
*it.ii. H<-:e at'- the plain facts. The
bud. ' ��� ���   pass  unless Mr.  k> I-
mond  and   his  toll illow   it  to
pa%���hy   a   mini -., thirty
il i '. a from by a
���    . a hundred if the;
\u-<- -. But     ' - .  baa
uAi  ���
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and I
at a '
the governmenl elj give
a start to .  but
that   i      or I,   I
poaal ise ol
lord:-;    I   >���;.
from i: -  ;
to con-.- tt the   ��� ce In
to the law ol the land. But *
know that it will be Impossible for
the t:ir---r to give such g laranti i It
would seem, then, thai the Irish lead-
��r has adapted the device of the old
lawyers <<f putting an impossible con-'
dition Into a boa I.
RRE-PROOf RO
Farmers Want a Substitute]
for Wood���AspBait Base
Favored.
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ere 1 eat
.or a
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flng materl fallen I
And  ye-   h
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patei ng   ��������������� re   e: ported
United    Stat      ���     I
Canada during 190!
In C vhere the prli    ol lum-
>er ir the fai mi r and
tier  an        Icing for a good
ite I ...-. .   .
Importanl   ol   tbesi    is  a
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er i...-    eve       lulldlngs      -  -   -
ired and oftei    ��� es  hel l  I
ie for i    .. Iting  a proprl-
���
Th farmei h s found thai tl e ; i-
tenl roofing ������������ I Ich comes in rolls
made from a base of a.-;.halt, is the
��� ��� pest and besl - .. btit ue to
and. b< sl '��� . b< Ing easilj applic 1. it is
used to 1 ��� ������ xlusion of anything i Isi
, ��� eral American Arms have repre-
- ntatlves In Winnipeg, where large
stocks ol this material a:e ware-
boused for distribution, but the demand is ripe now for thorough exploitation.
It would be simply a waste of time
to Bend anything Into western Canadi
bul the best. The farmers have realized that it pays better to use a first-
class article at a good price than a
mediocre one al a cheaper figure.
Little, if any. of the roofing coated
with broken stone or sand is used, the
farmer preferring a heavier and
smoother material, which be claims
is  more easily  manipulated.
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Mew Westminster!
New Westminster!
New Weoi'minster
Is ringing in every ii 's cars.   Ir is the
to ic of the day. Trie city of wonderful possibilities.        - -
The property we offer f r subdivision is by
its location, its natural beauty, its accessibility
from the city,���destined to be the most wonderful subdivision in Westminster   Real   Estate.
Ca 160 Acres -10 minutes from Chilliwack
carline. ���5 minutes from Annieville.���10 minutes from the city by gasoline launch.- All high
land sloping gently towards the river. The
most magmficient View of the river, city and
snowcapped Rockies from any part of the
property.       - -
Call���Consull���Be  Convinced
BREWING & CO.
Merchants Bank Bid?.    New Westminster, B.C.
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A  tempting  - i. g .
i j   only.     Excl islve  i .
stripes and plain mati rl
Broadcloths,  Bi I nj   S . . ".
i Ity weaves con ptisi
ly smart collection.    You' :
Ished at the Bxcelli nl
suit    this    Beasoi       modi        c -
and  inspect  thi m.    Sei
displaj:   sevei il of thi
>.��� w.    Colors   are   Greet    - ild Rose,
Wistaria,  Greys,  Black,  N       i   .,
and Reseda.    Regular vi
for            .   $:9"5
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BAKERY CHANGES.
L.   L.   Gardhouse   Will   Make   Big   Improvements  to   Premises.
The entrance to the Gardhouse bakery, svhlco has heen on the coiner of
Begbie  and   Columbia   streets  for  a
t. eat  number of years, will  soon  he
anged   to   Begbie  street.    The  reason for the change is that Mr. Gardhouse is Koing to fix up a first cli   -
store ;:. fronl of the buildim to rem
and   extend   tbe   present building  in
���   real  I     the use of his own business.
The addition will be of cemenl '
will   be   two   stories   in   height,
���   tei ���       ���   ck to the A; osti        lit
. -..
for the  bakery  will be
��� dewalk   to
pace    Mr. Gardhouse ex-
of thi   most up to
���   the coast.
ni ire, which will havi
1 treet,  ������. 11 be
I by the Acme Cl       ng corn-
to move oui "I L< ���- B,
;.    . ed,  t /   make   room  for  the expansion of that firm.
OPERA   HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
WHERE DO YOU BREAKFAST ? i
Let   us  tell  You   about   the advantages   of   Breakfasting   at   the    j
"Royal  Cafe":    First,   Everything  is  neat  and  clean;   Second,  The    *
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food  is  simply  delicious���tempts  the palate;   Third,  the  service  Is    ���
swift;  Fourth, Prices are model ate; Fifth,���But why say more? Come    %
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tomorrow mornins
House Dresses $1.75
and $2.75
A  good  selection  of house  dresses In  Percales,  P   tits  tnd Gala-
teas, Btripes, plain colors and small   designs   with
background.   At $1.75 and $2
LEE'S,
Limited
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15���Red Mill.
April  30���St. Klmo.
May 12���Gingerbread Man.
June 2���Dorothy Morton.
June 24���The White Squaw.
l.ever Brothers, Toronto, win send you
free a cake of their famous Plan to I
toilet  soap, if .vou mention  this  j/atx.-r.
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I A Railroad's Best
Investment of Money
President Brown of the N( w York Central Lines on the best
insurance he has found for gi aranteeing the efficient handling of a
railroad and the safety of the traveling   public,   says:
I supposed that I knew bon ething of the length and breadth and
scope of the work of tha Young Men's Christian association, but on
hearing its latest reports I fit d that I had no conception whatever
of its wotk. No man may leai n of these far-reaching activities with
out having a deejJer and more i biding faith in the Association anr
the future of this great country
I do not believe any money . that a rai'road can appropriate fo,-
any purposes pay so large a return for the amount invested as those
made for the establishment of railroad branches. .The human equation more than automatic appliances is the oetermining factor be
tween safety and danger in r--ilroad operation. I doubt if there is
any other insurance possible f >r having the man on the engine, the
man at the switch, the man at the telegr.iph key and the man at the
signal in the be3t shape possible for performing the duties which
devolve upon him, which can compare with that afforded him by the
Yuong Men's Christian association railroad department. The association with its quiet rest rooms, its wholesome meals, its baths, its
libraries and gymnasiums offers a home to our homeless men who
must otherwise depend upon boarding houses or hotels with saloon
attachments for a place to sleep and eat���a place where every influence is elevating and the surroundings are calculated to make
them better man as well as safer and more efficient employees.
In my opinion the railroad company that has failed to provide
its employees with this alternjtive to the saloon-hotel is neglecting
a duty  it  owes  to  its employees, the public and the shareholders.
During the recent disastrous depression, while we had empty
freight cars by the mile and e'ery possible economy was resorted
to on our roads, not a dollar was taken from the appropriation for
association support. I am glad that almost every Important terminal on the lines with which I am connected Is provided with an institution of this kind. And I am not unmindful of the association's
religious, educational and spiritual influences, the leaven which is
gradually but surely growing In evidence in the great body of rail-
men.
Discriminating utterances, identical in character and appreciative
of similar services by the asscclation, have been given by General
Leonard Wood for the me* of the army, by Admiral Schroeder for the
sailors, by President Wilson for students, by Ex-President Roosevelt
for the men of the Panama caral, by Ex Secretary of the Interior
Garfield for the country boy, by Bishop McDowell for the church, by
such men as Missionary Secretary Arthur S. Brown for the young
men of the Far East, and by ( mployers and leaders of men and
boys In a score of vocations.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
MUST HAVE MORE ROOM
10 Carloads of New  Merchandise
Now Stalled in the 1^
Mountains will be on
the way here shortly,
according to late advices. We will continue our
Reduced Prices on all Present Stock of Furniture
until April IK. All Selections made up to that date
will be Stored Free for future delivery if desired
An Extra Special in Dress
Goods, 35c. per Yard
A large and varied collection of weaves and fabrics, <   nsistlng ��
Serges, Mohairs. Panamas. Venetians,   Self   Stripes,   Wi
Light Tweeds In Btripes and checks, including shades of R      !:'
pie,  Saxe  Hlue. Cardinal.  Brown,   Fawn,   Green   Grey   and
pieces of  Mack.    Ke. ular  fide,   fine   and   Tf.c   values   on   Bale  at .
yard 3S
mmm
We are a little behind on deliveries,
but hope to catch
up this week.
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625 Columbia  Street
New   Westminster,   B,   C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. C.
And   at   336   Hastings   St.,   W.
Vancouver, B. C.     Phone 3650
We Furnish Your Home Complete.
I
LEE'S, LIMITED
Successors to Lee's Furntiure Emporium.
Phone 73 716718 Columbia st. New  Westminster
Watches...
High Grade Watch Movements at
CHAMBERLIN'S, The Jeweler
Official C. P. R. Time Inspector.
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****** APRIL 5, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS. *
PAGE IflVJfl.
D.   MANN   DONATES
CUP  TO AMATEUR  LACROSSE
Montreal, April l.���Fresh vigor has
boon given t > the movement to encourage amateur lacrosse,
J^rjarJ��^J' niriirilC    c0l"��a8e :"";"    lacrosse, by the an
.,-rnll CrirKnlNIII h)\d nouncemenl thai D. D. Mann, of thi
'FRTON 0ilbilll^ULL110 Canadian Northern railway, will do
Ln* _..,r.  mriiiilnate  ;i tronbv ni��t  win  i,., t,, nm���
iii FOR. STRONG TEAM -y-
,l��� and   Elect  Of-
Hold Con-
���Will
trophy that   will   be  to  ama-
rosse whal  the Minto cup is
ofesi ional  game.
I    The trophy will have an actual val-
. no of $500 and  will  be ono of    the
. handsomest   Bpoi ting   trophies  to  be
| competed  for In  Canada.    The rules
i of compel Itlon ha\ e noi y< I bei n de-
i elded on, bul it  will be entrusted to
a board of trustee i, and iti all probability the champions of the Canadian
Laci os b at  ocial ions will b icome the
i,i  the  running | first holders.    Tbey will have to d
crosse honors and  fend ll againsl the champions of
lccording    to    all   amateur   lacrosse    association
may challenge for it.
Funds.
in i���> in  uie  running
���jerton
���'      ��� 	
annual Meeting of
J     ; ,   .   ,b,   In-ld   yesterday
.     ;;...���., was most optim-
.* 0f 'the  Easl  end
.        representaUves on
J "".field   would   do   them
officers   elected:
John McKenzie;
the
any
w ho
WANT CANADIANS TO
ATTEND EMPIRE DAY SHOOT
fee *ere
"���  Nels     ��� 'son;   vice   presl-
o...  Mr   Uaslam;   secretary-
"l' ,;,'..,.  ,  Welsh;   manager,
executive   commit-
ir,:lBe. Ralph  Dynes, C.
Ottawa, April 4.���The militia department has received a cablegram
from the Lord Mayor of London inviting Canadians to participate in the
Empire day match for cadets. Three
cadets "ill be sent from Canada,
chosen trom among the besl scorers
in the Canadian Rifle le igue miniature
rifle   competition   now   iu   progress
���yp'patehell and Fred Hume; I throughout Canada
edlate association,1
ward Welsh.
I appointed club cap-
nd W. Patchell were
to make arrange-
, concert   whereby  needed
Kli( to I     raised.
i wait upon the city
,,:  future  with  ret-
, . uring ti dressing room for
��� ;,ou park.     BP
are  expected
im witli tl    Sapperton team
SPRING   THAVv'   REVEALS
TRAGEDY   OF   WINTER
|FIGHT ROUNDLY   SCORED
BY   SIR   ROBERT   PERKS
* Vork, April  4.���The  Jeffries-
was roundly scored by
B   ��� Pei ks,  a  member of
|;. .     p      iment, before a mcet-
lisl Social union. The
, In ;   l  follows:
���. - i observe a  remark-
lust       ol brutality and degreda-
.:   ;���'.  San   Francisco in   a
1 tenths,   Two men are to engage
exhibition there that
-   attracted  world-wide
Iti on.  A local newspaper recent-
. Ilsl ��� I Interviews with leading
Jbi ol thl   city, who. I regret to
ng  to have themselves
low as taking an Interest in such
pectacle of criminal and
I debauchery of human beings
Ine ot tl
shipping
Baull   Ste.   Marie,   April   4. ��� Tlie
March   thaw   has   laid   bare  a   long
I trail   bet wen   Grassetl   and   Michlpi-
coten,  revealing   the   bodies   of  four
men   who   perished   while   venturing
over the dangerous corduroy road during   the   blizzards   of   winter.     The
[bodies were found at different points
'"   within a dozen miles of Michipicoten,
trail,  indicating that   the blizzard ln
which   the   men  perished came  upon
their trail after it was obliterated with
snow.     None   of   the   bodies   has   yet
been  identified,  but  one of the mon
had a letter with a Guelph postmark
from a woman named Susan Edwards.
This  man  was about forty-two years
of age, and had  ,-IUO ln an inner vest
pocket.     Money   was   also   found   In
the pockets of the other men.    It  Is
supposed that they were on their way
to the mines which tire in the course
of development ln that region,
'Hire'
Eg3��_s__j_aa
A choice 2 Acre Block
(corner) situate in Lot
30, Block 5, N. R. 2
west (South Westminster).
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1-3 Cash, Balance 6, 12 and 18 Months
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SURREY   SPECIALISTS 1
628 and 746 Columbia Street, New Westminster, B.C
Branch Office Phone L85
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TU"  ^""^  n"��=  in I     Two Peaches Ready to Pick in    X
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   whoie   Is-
men interviewed, a rail- lamd,   containing   4u   acres,   more   or
agent, said there would  less, situated south of Crib island.
What's the Use
What's the use of having a nice
garden, and tbe hens scratching
it all up?
What's the use of having hens
if you don't  keep  them home.
Try   us   for   wire   netting   and
fencing.
Three Good  Buys in
Coquitlam
No. 1.���10 acres; 5 acres
thoroughly cleared; $450 per
acre; 1-3 cash, balance 6, 1-
and 18 months.
No. 11.���5 acres; $350 per
acre; 1-3 cash, balance 6, 1-
and IS months.
No. 3.���0 1-2 acres; $300 per
acre; 1-3 cash, balance C, 12 and
18 months.
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Two Peaches Ready to Pick in
Langley
1(10 acres, S. E. Section 35;
$100 per acre; 30 acres thoroughly cleared. 1-3 cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
S.W. hi, Section 27; $50 per
acre; some improvements, and
nothing better in B. C.
Come in and we will show
you that these parcels will seh
for double the money in the
near future.
i   :
CARTER & CARVER
b�� a single sleeping accommodated on the trains to San Fran-
four weeks before this
j event And the newspapers
.. ... | Lord Rosebery, one
a tinguished statesmen,
i. i  London to atttend
rgy of wickedness."
VsMtrtiU C, .)tures Prizes.
���. .  i      .  K.  Vanderbllt's
e honors al Saint
> Hit  Rlpolin   won   the
ile In Pi -.: ��� ��� ,iyc purse, $1,100,
one- ..' ,       half   niib-s.     His
fct :,e Prix de Ballly,
w en  furlongs, n id
��� d  third   In   the
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EP0RT   NOTES.
N'ew   Wi   -minster    Amateur
fe!'��ll lion will hold its an
ilng and ... I  those  interested  in
[formation ol a city league for tho
Beasou   are   asked   to   be
^^^^^^JOSKPII STORMS.
SHERMAN 11. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice  that Guy  Johnson,  of
Xenia, occupation harness maker, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described buds:
Commencing at a post planted in a
bay on tho south shore of Pearl  island, the north island In the Indian
group, containing 80 acres, more    or
less.    Applying for the whole isiand,
which Is situated at the west end of
Vil.age island.      GUY  JOHNSON.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1010. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take  notice   that   John   Hikens,  of
Boone, occupation butcher, intends to
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The Timberland Lumber Company, Ltd.
the  board  of  trade'apply for permission ot purchase the
,;>  ball   on  Thursday|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 the west end of Midsummer Island.
JOHN EIKENS.
SHERMAN H. FORD.
March 10, 1910 Agent.
through
claim-
!ls the name of a new
Nl club  which   will     hold    an
Ration im .inig In the Consflrva-
��� ��� I on  Wednesday night.
���"'- Davis  I isl   night   played  Watt
jlsplaci on the New Westminster
beaten   by   fourteen
Thi   :   rns  aroused   a  lot   of
., st-   as   ���: ere    was  a  $25   stake
I1'-1 "" tl i   result.
' N-������'- iuver billiardisis  will  be
.,'     '"ll forci  tonight.   They have
[mliwl   'l    i    intention   ol   coining
i;i a��toii obtles and will bring :i
1,1 supporters along with tbem.
.' '*""�� will turn and
������    Players nr��
same thlnj
8 been practicing
in flrsl i
the    New
preparing to
Ibis evening. They
regularly   and
shape.
NOTICE.
District of New Westmister.
TAKE NOTICE that thirty days
after date date I, William E. Wright,
of Clayburn, D. C, Intend to apply to
the Assistant Commissioner of Lands
1 for a license to prospect for coal and
Ipotroicum on the following described
.lands:
I Commencing at a post marked Wm.
B, Wright's southwest corner, set at
the southeast coiner of District Lot
No. **"   n���aan   .   Mew Westminster
thence wes> "
south  one
corn
ice
���The
I liold
I
' '  I ' !l junior lacrosse club
- ���   Ing In  No. 3 Hie hall
on Wednesday night.
fourths of a
fourths of a mile,
K�� Jf.'JCVS -
",c"c Vijs,
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register George
Troughten as tbe 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 and
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises situate, lying
and being in the District ot NOT
Westminster, in the Province of '*' <;
i.h Columbia, more particular^
known and described as: ���
Lot 7, BiOCk 1. being n portion of
Section 20, Block 5, North Range -
WesrLots3and4partofaportlon
of fractional section 21, B.ock 5 Noith
Range 2 West.
You and those claimm
under you and all persons
Ins any interest in the Baiu ,
�� by virtue of .n tj��gH
tered instrument, ai.d all 1l :
S^claiming any lntere.it in the said ;
and in default ot a caveat or g��
cate of Us Pendens being hi l
such period, or in default of rea     i
^ before registration you and^eaeh
of vou will be forever "topped
debarred from Betting up nn
tlcp f0I. *}^/ty New Westminster
STbTSSW ^nt s,'rvlce
thS at the Land Regis**
New  Westminster, ^-���;���;;���     M;u.ch)
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Fir Cedar and Spruce Lumber,Rough, Dressed and Kiln
me'nsion Timber and Shingles, Cedar Poles and Piling in
tity.
Ask  Us for Prices
Office,  Room 8, Thompson Blk.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director
Dried,   Dl-
any quan-
B.   C.
New  Westminster,
P. O. Box 953
Office,
of Brit-
Business
It Will Pay Vou
For CHILLIWACK
AND     UPRIVER
LANDINGS
THE  NEW  STERNWHEELER
S.S. PAYSTREAK
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Leaves Brackman-Ker  Milling   Company's Wharf,  New Westminster
Leaves  era Passengers   and   Freight   as   Follows:
REGULAR SAILINGS
New
1910
Westminster,
Provlnci
l8h Columbia"'tills 5|h da*
C. S. KEITH
A. D.
Wn the Man-Making Period of Life
A fr
Canadian
of
. frequent and effective speaker upon the PlaV��rrn���4 rn.ernor
Relations has been the Hon. J. M. Gibson, lieutenant Governor
Canada,   He has said, In speaking of the work for "<���������� M
r.   The boys of twelve to eighteen-the period when the Young M<
Chnstian A..����i.*i��� u.. ���u��m_.nri.  the  material out  ot
M
du
jl'jlO.
V.      ***_____________
District Registrar
To:���Michael  Robert  Harry.    John
nonchis   Ale.v. rwler G.  M��of>.>-i|ine.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that George Philips
Rattle   Creek,   occupation
tends to apply
chase t
Commencing ax, .> ,��� .
the  N.E.  corner  of   T.L.   27243    on
Island; thence following Hue
��� ���   .... .i
baker,
The Very Best Flour Made
Every Sack Guaranteed
$1.85 Per Sack	
3 lbs Creamery
Butter $1.00
Leave  New Westminster Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a.
Leave Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday a'nd Sunday at 7 a. m.
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ACCOMODATIONS
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
NEW WESTMINSTER
m.
of
in-
for
o apply ior permission to pur-
he following described lands:
nenclng at a post planted at
w    of  T.L.  27243    ���
Swanson "       *' "
west, north and
i ���-,.- thence following shore
**<* to.8hore,tthenc ^.^
of said T.L. south,
and
Association reaches them���are  the  �������>��������-��� -"_���,. than
m*�� are made.   During those years there  Is more "ia"-rT'ar^| l"""
.J'nflall the rest of life.    It Is the all   important and  critical  pe��
;"���   Either good men or Indifferent men are the result.    Before   he
atmosph
,.   ' u torms.    Bad habits are   the   result  of   bad   -
Ll��"��ou. it n?t criminal habits ��-J^ ^..owth^breathing^
from the ordinary enjoyments of
-  .������,.��.. ...om   to  train   their  muscle.,   to b.
'y. rough and-tumble boys at the proper time and ����0",��n,t07h,
^���attention li as necessary to the physical life as   t '^�� the
ft1; ["oral and spiritual sides.    Boys are here taught to ������ ��
"��"'*'". to meet them squarely and to, eonqu ,r th.m, am^w t
mosphcrc which is corrupt. The
Vol   ,    not ask the hoys to turn
h.-irrt     tllows. hut encourages ther
ti",,/' l0l,ah and-tumble boys at th
cSAl m g*gffi_&
March 10. l'-1^,.,,-	
Take notice that Ai^��    ,IltpndBto
Iowa, occupation ft"�����"���. the
lannly for permission to purchase
_ fit|ence
.   iatlon, t
I  eilpirc
(   l, "' lu ''leci mem dijucii
nabit 0f conquering difficulties
l'Jft7T*!.__"��2
oi conquering d fficulties a tnan m��7 ��- ���---
Z\[\ *<��� 4 b0-^ nought into and^tramed j^tN-JH.
'. is trom such boys,  brought mxo ����"" ������-"���" .      th    nian
ol its affair."and theVorklng out of the destiny of our great
WHHm ������.�������������.������������*������ fl��m4
Commencing; at a PJ^i ^      fl
�� small bay  cut the dv...... ..
Hazel Island, nt the S.R. point ot Hnr
acres,
blcdown
moro or iess
Island.
island, containing ��        ,e
Applying for tue
3 lbs People's
Blend Ceylon
Tea $1.00
c.Ar
Welsh
The People's Grocer
PHONE 193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
^larcU 1Q<
ALVEN HOUCHm
SHERMAN H. FO��D.
WlOi
Age
���nl-
For
I wear,
day.
the latest ln fashionable toot-
see SlncluVs show wlndow^to-
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
W <_IKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, ant. mey have
EVERYTHING to gain and small clmtice '" I'lsn bv so doing
PERSON'S 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 for accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
THE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of the
nceident by which he was Injured.
EMPLOYERS and business mei can Ul afford to assume the risk o'
this ever-lncreaBlng and uncertain liability.
CREDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms ll
sometimes seriously impaired by such damage suits.
rgo  to law  means  loss  of  time, money, endless annoyance and
worry.
YOUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are Insured.
ONLY  Insurance  against  such  risks will enable you to fix and reduce your expenses to a minimum.
UNDER the protection of a Liability Policy  ln  the  Railway  Passen-
j   gers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and be
a\W       relieved from all such annoyances.
Alfred W. McLeod
PW 62fii," Tke Insurance Man."rfH|657 "Columbia St.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, April .
1910.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE NOTICE thai an application
has been made to register the Corporation of the Township or Districi of
EHurey as ihe owner in fee simple, unci ^r a T;.x Sale Deed from the Reeve
and Ci-rk of the Corporation of the
'Jowr.t-1 ip or District of Surrey to the
Corp-)i.*u'ci of the Township or District of Surrey, bearing dates of the
21st day of October, A.D., 1906 and
Slst day of December. AD., 1901, of
all and singular that certain parcel
or tract of land and premises situate
lying and being ln the District of New-
Westminster, in the Province of Brit-
is\ Columbia, more particularly known
and described as: Lot 1 in subdivision -4 of block 1 of section 30, block
5 north, range 2 west; lots S to 17,
Inclusive, of subdivision 23 of section
16, block 5, north range 2 west; !o:s
15 to 21, inclusive, block 14 of e v
east quarter section 4, township 9;
lots 5,6, and 7, in subdivision 23 ol
section 11, block 5, north range 2,
west: lots 22 and 23, in subdivision
23 of section 16, block 5, north ranf.-e
2, west; lots 1. 2, 3, 4. 6, 6, 7. 8, 11,
12, block 4 of lot 387A, group 2; lots
2 to 6 .inclusive, block 11 of southeast quarter section 4. township 9;
lot .". block :; of lot :;fs7.\, group 2;
lot 38, ! lock 2 of lor 387A, group 2;
lots ui. 22, block 3 ol southeast quarter section -I, township 9; lots 18, 19,
block 2 of southeasl quarter section
4, township 9; lot. 22, bock 16 of
Boutheasl quarter section 4, township
1), map 519; lot 23. block 16 of southeast quarter section 4 township 9.
Von and those claiming through or
under you and till persons claiming
any interest In the Bald land by virtue of any unregistered Instrument,
and all persons claiming any Interest
In tbe said land by descent, whose
title is i ol ri gisten I ui der the provisions of the "Land Registry Act."
are u juired to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty-five
days  from  the  day  ol   I pub
lic ��� li n of this m tici u] on you, and
ln default of a caveat or certificate
of Us pendens being filed within i ich
period, or in default of redemption
before registration, you and i ich of
you will be forever estopped and debarred from Betting tip any claim to
or hi respect of tbe sail land, and I
shall register The Corporation of the
TownsUp or District of Su rey as
own- thereof in fee. And I ! ���
order that publication of this notice
for thirty days in a daily : ��� papei
t . I  in   New   V."- r   will
be gi buDIcI ��� e :'.
Dated at the Li nd :.' gist y Office,
New 1      ���        tei   Province of 1
0 '..-���'���.. ti ia - itb day of Marcl    A
D., : :
C   B. KEITH,
Dis-tc t Regis!
To D '    ������ lam A. McCal-
1 '������ Mclnnes, T <.. Stark, William Davis, Henry Fraser, Henry
Ke I I Poi rd, Ailen Spiers
G< ��� Robert Lyness, .'-'
et <; i oo] < r, Joim Roberts, Rii I
Hosklng, Hugh T. Cn i li y. John E.
Hunter.
Comox Land  District.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Charles William
Preston, of Madrid, occupation barber, intends to apply foi permission
to purchase the following described
1,-nds:
Commencing at a posi planted at
the west end of Aid r Island, the
largest ir,Iand In the Carey gioup, containing 40 acres, more- or iess. Applying for the whole island, which ls
situat'd near the west end of Tumour Island.
. CHARLES WILLIAN PRESTON.
SHERMAN II. FORD,
March Hi. IBID. Aster*
LAND   ACT.
Form cf Notice, District of New Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
Baggs, of Nelson island, occupation
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Timber Dot
37311, about one mile nor thi a ��� oi
bead of Bi.lings Bay, thence north
40 chains to or near small 1 ike, thi nce
east 40 chain:;, thence south 40
chains, thence wesl 40 chains to ; olnl
ot commencement, containing 160
aires more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND BAGGS,
Name of Applicant.
Dated at Nelson Islan I, B. C . December 29, 1909.
LAND ACTS.
Ready
Money
A   GOOD     FRIEND     ALWAYS
If you 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
AUTheTime
earning for you three per cent,
interest. Small or large sums
r.ay be deposited at any time.
in   On
80
tario
AL
BRANCHES
,   Quebec   anj   the
West
CAPIT
REST
.$4,000,000
4.750.000
SUGGESTS EMPIRE
DAY EOR IRELAND
BRIDE'S
PLEA   SAVES
HER   WEDDING   GIFTS
THREE WOMEN  PROVE
UNDOING   OF  JOE   GLAMBA
Bank of Toronto
NEW   WESTMINSTER,    B.    C.
BRANCH
J, Oracey, Mgr.
Westminster
Transfer Co,
; ijfflce 'Phone 185.      Barn 'Phone 12/
Columbia  Street.
Baggage    d'liverea    promptly    io
any part of the city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE--T��AM   DEPOT
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth St ana    Jlfth Arenas
phone tra.
Estimates Given.
PI oni   56,.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
PAINTERS,   PAPER-HANGERS   AND
DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, hetween Second avenue and Third street.-.
NEW WESTMINSTER       - B.C.
Cardinal Moran Would
Change Nature of St. Patrick's Celet ration.
; '    rtS33r��I3
Dublin. April 4.���The suggestion
made by Cardinal Moran that St. Patrick's day be celebrated thioughout !
the world as Ireland's Empire day has |
met a hearty response here, and already sieps have been taken to make
next year's celebration partake of this
character, not only here, but where-
ever Irishmen may be found. The
Freeman's Journal fairly expresses
Ii ish opinion when it says:
"We don't as a rule like Empire
Days, they are always, or very nearly
always, like all other festivals of empire, associated with robberies, confiscations, brutal wars, and cowardly bul-
h ines. For empire and bloodshed and
spoliation aie msepaiabiy related.
"But we like the good Irish cardinal's idea, for empire, in the sense and j
. - iclation with which he used it. h is
a great, a . lorious. n noble meanine.
For on St. Patrick's day in every nook
and cranny wuere clviuiauuu u..a ^<..i-
etrated, men. women anl children of
the Irish race hold unfaltering, un-
eonrjuerable devotion to faith and fatherland.
"Surely. St. Patrick's day is the Empire day of Irelani���the ri iy when the
world-spread children of the Gael unite and renew allegiance to the old
land. There is not a clime in which
the day is not held sacred, a day
which patriotism and creed unite to
keep sacred."
Monurrent   Delayed.
Tl - pyramid, or shaft, which is to
; stand behind St Gaudens' greal statute of Parnell in O'Connell street,
In, is going up slowly. It is now :
well above the surrounding boarding,
bul it has a long way to travel up be-j
fore it will be ready for the ptor's
masterpiece.
Comparatively little money   is   re-
' quired to finish the monument, and it
is not too creditable that it Ls coming
in so slowly.
Dublin nas, of course, a very parti-
interest in the monument, for,
a completed ir will be one of its
:.:.- st municipal treasui ��� -
To  Preserve  Language.
The Society for the Preservation of
j the Irish Language has just issued its
rotor for 1909, which contains much {
information that is both useful and'
.i tive. and statistics are sup-
plii d relating to the Irish language
al  I he pi' si ni time.
With reference to Irish in the national schools, it appears that the language is taught in 1,661, tind thai the
national board made payment in respect of Irish for 45,474 pupils, as I
compared with 3! 7 In 1908.
The report mentions that "there are
still many drawbacks to the progress i
������ t'isii. in national schools, one of
which Is that teachers arc not allowed to present pupils for fees earlier
tuau tn'- tmrd standard.
An effort is to be mad ��� to have pro-
;'< ssors of Irish appointed in all the
���    ining colleges.
San Francisco, April t.~Dr. Thomas F. Gleason and his bride of a day,
with the former's sister, Miss Anita
,. . s :. were compelled to witness
the looting of their home this afternoon, while tied hand and foot to bedposts. They Implored the two robbers who had bound them to spare
their wedding presents. The robbers.
gathering the silver wedding
gifts in t; s.ick. relented at th
plea and left the sack in
They secured $110.
bride's
the    hall.
FUNDS AID CATHEDRAL.
London.   April   4.���The     announce-
, .   -   that   Westminster  cathedral  is
to  be  consecrated  on  June  23     has
-���       rjjt further gifts for the building,
including   altars   for    three    of   the
chapels, and money for mural decora-
the   total   value   amounting   to
Already  $282,623   lias   been
spent   on   the   building,   and   the  ex-
ls now complete, except for the
-        inum   over   the   main   entrance,
is to be filled in with a mosaic
d
PRINCE  AND  PRINCESS
WILL  VISIT  LONDON
Butte, April 4.���One wife, two affinities, two deserted husbands and one
confiding business partner proved the
undoing of Joe Glamba, who is held
' at the city Jail here. Not only did
Glamba desert his wife, who is suid
to reside iu Philadelphia, where he
is wanted on that charge, but he
broke all records for mere amateur
gay Lotharios when he eloped with
two women at one time.
Not until today did the local authoil-
I ties become cognizant of  this  latter
'feat.   Glamba was arrestod some day.
'��� ago on the desertion charge. Today
it developed that when he left Omaha
some weeks ago he took with hiui
Mis. Zenia Simoulls and Mrs. N't Hie
Karsnopsky.
Glamba financed his personally conducted soul mate tour, it Is said, by
taking $400 belonging to his business
partner. The women, It is asserted,
added to the fund about $2,000, which
they took from their respective husbands.
Glamba refuses to discuss the matter, but is held for the arrival of officers from Philadelphia He also may
face a charge of theft llis ease Is
he most Interesting of its kind ever
nought before the local authorities.
KODAK
Now is the time
to Kodak. Full
supplies
Cameras and Photo|
Supplies
Cheapest p]ace
in the city for
Spectacles 50 cents
D. S. Curtis &
DRUGG5STS1
HEADQUARTERS TOR K0DL
AND SUPPLIES.
��� 'on. April 4.���It is now definite-   ���
|j   si tried that the Crown Prince and
;     ticess of Germany shall pay a vlsil
- country in May next,
Following the precedent  of the re-!
cent   vistit   of   Prince   and   Princess i
Bi ���   ���-��� of Prussia, it is undi rsto id that
Imperial highnesses will be the
ts of the king and queen at Buck-
palace for about a week. and.
-   the en.' of that time will take up
their residence at one of the quieter
Wi   ��� Knd hotels for another fortnight
or so.
Both the crown prince and the
crown princess have a great liking for
this country, and, when younger, his
imperial highness was a frequent vis-
itoi t i London.
COURT CASE  RECALLS
ROMANCE  OF ROYALTY
DO YOU KNOW
Some peoj !e
That   we
do not.
are
Sherwin  Williams
Co's Agents
So if you want lo know
about their products call
at
KIRK'S HARDWARE
Coluiuo:
Street
THE   STEAMER
RANS
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker Wharf for Ladner,
Westham Island and way
points at 2 o'clock, returning
on the following morning.
Street Laobrers' Strike.
Dayton, Wash., April 4.���Every
street employee of tbe city of Dayton
is on strike today, demanding an increase of $1.50 a day. They have
been receiving $3.50 for eight hours,
the scale including  teams.
Stockholm,   April   4.���A     royal   romance  intimately  connected   with   a
i. ible (use is pending in Stockholm   courts   against     the    Swedish
crown. .
'i he i laintifl is a member of the
Diet named Johanssen, and I e I
bringing an action against the Royal
House to deliver up possession of
four letters which Anna Helga de la
. -. item -.. -. e In is-j- in t ne then
down Prince of Sweden, afterwards
King   Oscar   I.
The plaintiff alleges that King Ous-
tav IV. and )ils Qui en, Frqderika
Dorothea Wllhelmlna of Baden, who
wi re 'ii- orced, Been tly married again
in Germany, and had a daughter, who
was named Anna Helga de la Brache.
For tin- Bupport of Anna, who could
no. be acknowledged publicly, the
Emperor Alexander I. of Russia, who
was her uncle, gave the ti,- n King
et Sweden, Carl XIV., six million
kronen  in  trust.
Deputy Johanssen. who is a grandson of Anna de |a Brache, asserts
that the money was never banded
ovi t- to her. it appears thai up to
1879 a woman called Anna de la
111 ache received an annuity from the
government, but in tjhat year her
identity was disputed and the annuity
was stopped.
It is Bupposi il that the four letti rs,
.which are the subject of the pending
[suit,  prove  Johnassen's  titl<   to  the
money, which the Emperor Alexander
��� banded over to King Carl XIV.
Among the witnesses summoned to!
give evidence for the  plaintiff are the
Dowager Queen Sophia, the   present
: Queen of Denmark, and Princes K.ui,
gene and Bernadotte.
Easterbrook  .Milling  Company,
ELurne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR!
IMPERIAL    $7  per   bo!.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..$6.75  per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per   !
HINDOO  FLOUR .4.50 per Bn'
McQuarrie &Co.-
-I.Ol'R AND FEED HAN'TS
Westminster.
Te'ephone S33.
B.C. Mills
Timber and  Trading Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers In All Kinds
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH. DOORS. INTC
TURNED   WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK
FANCY GLASS.
RIOR FINISH,
PLAIN   AN0|
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   15
New Westminster
Bex
ADVERTISE   IN  THE
TENDERS   FOR   SUPPLIES.
New Westmister L.nnd District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice thai Alexandei McLennan, of Vancouver, British Columbia,
occupation contractor, Intends to apply for permission to purchase tbo
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of the island situate about four (-1) chains from Timber limit No. HS7.'i3, thence northerly
and westerly and southerly and easterly around the shore at low tide
to place of commencement, containing
four  acres,   more  or   less.
ALEXANDER   MCLENNAN.
J. K. BAGGS, Agent.
March 17, 1910.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Jo.'in Peterson, of
Vancouver,  occupation  carpenter,  Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the N.E. comer of T.L. 2��136, on Midsummer island, thence following said
ilne 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.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the unden Igned, at New Wesl mil e .
B. ('., and endorsed on the envelope
"i i ndi i for Supplii s" will be received
up to noon of .Monday, liib day of
April, 1910, for supplying Ship Chandlery, Hardware, Groceries, Meals and
('oal, required for the us.- of tbe Department of Public Works at New
Wi stminster, li. ('., until .March 31,
1911.
The supplies furnished must be of
tbo best quality or their several kind:;
and must be delivered at the Government wharf, New Westminster, or
where specified In the form of Tender.
The Department, reserves the right
to accept the whole or part of any
Tender.
Forms of Tender may be obtained
at the office of the Resident Engineer,
Department of Public Works, New
Westminster,  li. C.
The lowest, or any Tender will not
necessarily be accepted.
G. A. KEEFER,
Resident Engineer.
Department   of   Public   Works.   N'ew
Westminster,   B.   C,   2-lth   March,
1910.
Newspapers Inserting this advertisement without authority will not
be paid for it.
?i3HS7HTrggraiK;
Fire Insurance
10 acres in Section 34,  improved,  at $400 per
acre.
45 acres in Section 32, 700 feet from train, at
$425 per acre.   A great snap.
80 acres in Section 18, tp. 2, at $100 per acre.-
Look this up.
20 acres in Section 16 at $1500 per acre.
We have some excellent buys in Sapperton that
are away below value.
12 lots on the north side of Toronto at $350
each, for a few days only.   Easy Terms.
House and corner lot on 5th ave. near 4th street
at $2000 cash.   A bargain.
Some splendid Burnaby propositions.
See us About Waterfrontage
Accident Insurance
Live Stock Insurance
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 c��i the south shore oO
Hazel Island, at the S.E. point of Hnr-
bledown Island, containing 20 acres,
more or iess. Applying for the whole
Island.
ALVEN HOUCHEN.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10. 1910. Ag��nt.
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APRIL  5, 1910.
44*******
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN*.
i*
NOTICE  TO  CONTRACTORS.
Waiting to invest in
New Westminster
Properties. List
your property with
us.
THE
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21 09 Granville St.
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deTSign Works YEE KEE & CO.
SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING. TAILORS
,eWS BiOCk, Sixth Street Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
|Ne\V Westminster. j Windsor Hotel Block       P. O. Box 644
Theo. P. Young. Prop. ; ���
ICKSON
IINTING
IPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
I'.imatts Given  on  Any   Kind
of Job   Printing
lesson E k.
Phone   388
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
���YOU NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be glad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal In your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone Is in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 16.
Coal procured here is crackajack coal, however secured.
Tenders for Machinery, Belting, Shafting, Craner., Air Compressors, Etc
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
t!"' undersign* d, and marked on the
'Tender tor Machines and
Tools.' 'Tender for Leather lu-.tiug,'
etc, etc., as the case may be, will be
11 c< Ived al the office oi the Commis-
ers of the Transcontinental Railway, al Ottawa, Ontario, until L2
o'cl ick noon of the 12th day of April,
1910, for:
11 I  .Machines and tools;
i-i Li ather belting;
(3) Shafting, hangers, steel   frame
work, etc.;
(1) Miscellaneous    equipment,    Industrial track and lockets;
(5) Motors;
(6) Furnaces and forges;
17) Cranes;
(8) Air compressors',
(li) Grey iron foundry equipment
and brass foundry equipment;
required for the equipment of the lo-
comotlve and other shops of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental
Railway at Springfield, east of Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Tenders will be received and considered for any or all of the items indicated above and numbered from 1
lo 9, both Inclusive.
Pians and specifications may be
seen in the office of the 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, Poulln.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will nol be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied
by the Commissioners, which may be
had on application to the Chief Engineer at Ottawa, or to the District
Engineer at St. Boniface, Man.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender, and witnessed, and be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a
chartered bank of the Dominion of
Canada, payable to the order of the
Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway for a sum equaj to ten
I per cent (10 per cent) of the amount
I of the tender.
Any person whose tender is accepted shall within ten days after the acceptance thereof sign    thc    contract,
I 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,    the    said
cheque shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such  refusal or failure,  and P'l contract rights acquired  by  ths acceptance of the tender shall be forfeited.
Tbe cheques deposited by parlies
whose tenders are accepted will be
deposited to the credit of the Receiver General of Canada as security
Tor the due and faithful performance
of the contract according to its terms.
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are rejected will be
returned within ten days after the
signing of the contract.
The right is reserved to
or all tenders.
By order.
P. V
Secretary.    The    Commissioners of
Ithe Transcontinental Railway
.Ottawa. March 2, 1010.
Newspapers Inserting this advertisement without authority from the
Commissioner,   wi'l net h�� lipid for '���
Auction Sale of Timber Berth
Covering   Dominion   Lands.
The right to cul timber under li-
Cl nse on is. ni. No, 534, comprising
tlie following lands in the Province
"i British Columbia, will be offered
at public auction at the upset price of
$1,123. including the cosl   of Bur-
*'<?>')   at   2 o'i lock  P.M., on  Wednesday, the 22nd ol June next, at
offl
NEW    WESTMINSTER    LAND    DISTRICT.
HEAVIEST   PERSON   IN
WORLD   DIES   IN   PARIS
District of New Westminster. Paris, April 4.���According to the
TAKE NOTICE that the I'itt River statements of a contemporary, a mag-
Lumber company. Limited, B body Istrate who has recently died in this
corporate having its head office at the city, was the fattest and heaviest per*
City of New Westminster, intends to son In the world, lie claims the
apply for permission to lease the fol- magistrate- weighed 807 pounds; that
lowing described lands:��� he was so stunt that be could neither
Commencing at a post planted on walk nor get Into carriage, and that
the westerly shore of Pitt liver at he proceeded to and from llis otlice
its Intersection with the northerly In a two-wheeled car, which was low-
side of the Canadian Pacific Railway ered with the shafts in the air, so as
company's  right-of-way,    thence    fol- to  enable  him  to place his  hack on
uay,   tue   __ ml   of   June   next    at  the   cniupanx s   i igiu-oi-way,     uienco    101- ���   '...,,.,.���   ,,,,,,   hi   ii,h-.   lub   muck o
oiii.v of the Dominion Timber Agenl  lowing the westerly shore of Pitt riv- the floor and he raised after desperat
at New Westminster: er in a northeastly direction, seven exertion.
Timber Berth No. 534, situate ln the thousand eight hundred (7,800) feel A strong horse was then harnesae
Province of British Columbia and more or less to a witness post plant- to the car. and so the magistrate
comprising the fractional North West ed <>n s;iU1 shore to locate the most ~&&e the little Journeys in a recum-
quarter of Section 17. Township 7 'northerly corner of the Pitt River ,,<-,:" position. It is added that a win-
Range 29, Wesl of the 6th Meridian', Lumber company, Limited, booming ,l,nv hi"1 to lje removedto-getthecof-
containing an area of 123.50 acres' I site; tlience at right angles to said nn out of the house for the funeral and
more or less, as shown on Plan of shore a distance of aboul three hun- that- as no hearse could have met tha
Survey thereof, signed by Alfred W. dred and fifty feet (350) to the emergency, a huge and very \
Johnson, D.L.S., dated the 21st of' said northerly corner of booming cart had to be used to take lt to
September, 1909, and of record In the site,   said  point   being two  hundred cl""''h aiul llu-' cemetery.
Tillllier    I'.TM/ino    ortrL   Tl ,-io -it {,.,.    ComnV,   '   I'MMl^      feel      from     l���w     u-nlnv     nvirl.-     nf
ie
solid
the
Timber, Grazing and Irrigation Branch (200) feel from low water mark of
of Ch Departmenl of the Interior. said shore; tlience southwesterly and
A license will not be issued until two hundred (200) feet from said low
������mount of tlie .purchase price j water mark seven thousand eight
ground rental for the first hundred and thirty (7830) feet, more
vein- have been paid. or less, to the southwesterly corner
The conditions of payment, rate o^of said booming site; tlience northwesterly to polni of commencement,
and containing sixty (60) acres, moro
or loss.
CHANTICLER HAT IS
THE NEWEST  DANGER
thc full
and  the
rental, etc., are contained in the Timber lu .illations, ;i copy of which may
l>e secured on application to the undersigned or to tlie Crown Timber
Agent at New Westminster.
P. G. KEYES,
Secretary.
Ottawa. .Marcl) 21st, 1910.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOIYIfc
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lauds within the railway bait In British Columbia, may bu homesteaded uy auy person wuo is thi sole head of a family
or any male over It, years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter bectluu of
100 acres, more or less
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.
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has heen 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
u  acres,  more or iess. - ���       ��� ,   -----..    --    -     ,-
Entry must be made personally at Troughten, bearing date the .th day
... . ... .     *   .. ..    .    I nf    Rnntomlior       A       Fl      1 OflS      r,f    .,11    ntlH
Newton, Mass., April I.���Miss Hilda
Larkln, of Cambridge, was near death
this afternoon, when, with a young
man who refused to give his name,
the canoe in which they wore boating
upsel on tbe Charles river.   The upset
' was caused by a quick gust, of wind
striking the new Chanticler. The wide
rim  acted  like  a  sail   when  Btruck
I by the squall, and the two occupants
of the canoe were left struggling in
the strong current.
Miss Larkln, who was unable   to
swim, was rescued by her companion,
assisted by John Hardy, of Waltham.
"Too many hat pins." remarked Miss
Larkln, laughingly alter the accident,
I "bul how else can one manage a
Chantlcler hat? It won't slay on your
head unless you fasten it and I should
have foreseen that it would upset the
canoe."
reject any
RYAN.
the local land ollice for the district
In which the laud is situate. Lntry
by ptoxy may, however, be made ��n
certain couditious by the lather,
mother, son. daughter, brother or Bister of au intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one ot the toiiowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, It tne
father Is decased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm ln the vicinity or
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing with the lather
or mother.
(3) lf the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him In the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may bo
leased for a period of twenty-one
years at an annual rental of .1 per
acre. Not more than 2560 acres
shall be lea?e,i to one Individual or
company.     A royalty at the rate or
Tive  cents  per  ton   shall   be  collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W, CORY.
Deputy of tiie Mlnlster of the interior
N.B.���Unauthorized   publication   ot
this advertisement will    not be paid
of September, A. D. 190S, of all and
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises situate, lying
and being in the District of New
Westminster, In the Province of British Columbia. more particularly
known and described as: ���
Lot 7, Bmck 1, being n portion of
Section 20, Block 5, North Range, 2
West.   Lots 3 and 4, part of a portion
DESPOIL TOMB OF
PETER THE GREAT
St. Petersburg, April ���).���A quartet
of soldiers of tlie guard are now
awaiting punishment for a most, peculiar crime, and from its nature it ts
certain they will be given such exemplary punishment  as  will discour-
  ..  , ,  i age   any   other   enterprising   thieves
of fractional section 21, Biock 5 North   along that particular  line.
Range 2 West. They took a number of gold and sil-
You and those claiming through j ver wreaths from the tombs iu tlie
under you and all persons claim- j Imperial Mausoleum, broke them up
Ing any interest in the said ] and sold them to dealers in precious
land by virtue of an unregis- metals. Even the tomb of Peter tho
tered     instrument,      and    all    per- | Great was denuded of its ornaments
sons claiming any interei.t In the said
"Land Registry Act," are required to
contest the claim of the tax purchaser
within forty-five days from the date
of the service of this notice upo-i yc i ,
and in default of a caveat or eflrt I -
cate of lis pendens being filed Within
such period, or in default of redemption before registration, you and each
of you will be forever estopped and
debarred from setting up nny claim
to   or  In   respect  of  the   said   land,
When arrested the men admitted
that the thefts had been going on for
several months, and that they had
taken thirty-two of the wreaths. Inasmuch as there are some 1,500 ot
them on the various tombs, the stolen
ones were not mlsse.l until that ot
Peter the Great was robbed.
Good nnd Ongoi����t.
The subject of ancestors is often an
,,,   ,���   ,���   ,.,.,     --. .Interesting topic of  conversation.    A
and I shall register George Troughten '- lady extremely proud of her mother".
Jm  GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
COPYRIGHT,
A DELICIOUS
CUP OF COFFEE
whose aroma Is fragrant and appetizing, a chop or steak with fried potatoes, or a dainty broiled chicken,
such as wo prepare, to tempt your
appetite these cold mornings, is what
you need. We can tempt the palate
of an anchorite.
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM  OFFICE.
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
^ork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
P- Burns & Co
E. C. Traves, Manager.
"HONE 101. 645 COLUMBIA STREET.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
'Take notice that Joseph Storms, of
Kelsey, occupation fanner, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted in
a small bay on west shore of Triangle
island.    Applying   for   the   whoie   inland,   containing   40   acres,   more  or
less, situated south of Crib island.
JOSEPH STORMS.
SHERMAN 11. POltn.
March 10, 11*10. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Guy Johnson, of
Xenla, occupation harness maker, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described buds:
Commencing at a post planted In a
bay on the south shore of Pearl island, the north island In the Indian
group, containing SO acres, more or
less. Applying for the whole Isiand.
which Is situated at the west end of
Yll.a.o Island. GUY JOHN80N,
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent
Railway Time Tables
B  C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneuule.
as owner thereof ln fee. And I here
by order that publication of this notice for thirty days In a daily newspaper published in New Westminster
will be good and sufficient service
thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Ollice,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 9th day of March,
A. D. ll'lO.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To:���Michael Robert  Harry.    John
Dous'as   Alev. ii'ter G. Mnc.Uv'nne.
Cars leave Vaucouver for New West-
minster at 5:00, G: 50, 7:20 and 8:00
a-iu., aud every half hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:60, 6:20. 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:10 o-in.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vaucouver lor New West-
minster at 8:00 aud 9:00 a.m., and
every   halt   hour   thereafter   until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:00 a.m., and every hal.
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Lan
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local Manager, Ne\_
Westminster.
Great  Northern  Railway.
. 11 a.m.; ar. Seattle 3:55
4:32 p.m.; ar. Seattle 9:4u
12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
,_,
Lv.  N. W
.in.
Lv. N  W
(i.tn.
Lv. N. W.
.in.
I,v. Seattle 8:05 u.m.; ar. N. W. 2:55
Lv?'Seattle 4:35 p.m.; ar. N. W. 9j80
., ,Ui , < \**< ���asaSf*****}
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:20
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:26
n .m.
family enwted a Bansatton and made
her listeners wonder a littlo when she
remarked: "My father tilled many responsible positions. Wo all have the
greatest reepect for him. My father
was a good man. but"���und a certain
stiffening of the shoulders nnd nn
added expression of firmness hi tho
pood lady's fnce ndUed importance to
her eouoluslon���"my mother wus ar��
Osgood!"
NEW     WESTMINSTER     CITY
SESSMENT.
AS-
Court of Revision.
Notice is hereby given that the Assessment Roll for the year 1910 has
been returned to me, and remains in
my office where it may be Inspected
by any person having an interest
therein, until the sitting ot the Court
of Revision.
The first sitting of the Court of
Revision on the 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, ln the forenoon.
Any person Intending to appeal
against the assessment must do so in
writing to be filed with the City
Clerk nt least seven days before the
first sitting of the court.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Cierk.
r'aaj MMt. March 15. J910
NOTICE.
District of New Westmister.
TAKE NOTICE that thirty days
after date date I, William B. Wright,
of Clayburn, B. C Intend to apply to
the Assistant Commissioner of Lands
for a license to prospect for coat nn-1
pctroicum on the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked Wm.
K Wright's southwest corner, set at
tho southeast corner of District Lot
No. 205, Group 2, New Westminster
District, thence east one mile, thence
Blan to Blnme.
Women are more prone to deceit the-1
men. Praia the time when Fchoher��-
znde told ker lord 1,001 lies to keep the
peace It Kjw been the nwepted wnv.
And tho men, not the women, are the
most to ManM. It is what they like,
nnd tbey get tt.-tlood Wards.
Y^ve ta Intoxloatlng, It Is snld. Wh"*
a Reed 9__g ht Is that marriage Ml
a teudesa. to sober a man.���-Terra)
(Tu.) mnaertpt
  I
Tfce PerrMM OoU Ball.
A collector at evidence on the subject
maintains learnedly that the golf ball
Is the most partem of human Institutions. Here litlMof atraage He*
noted by a follower of the ancient
game: In onorfur player's pocket;
where It bad dropped after traveling
200 yards; In a cow** month: ou th*
roof of a clubhouse; behind the plate
protecting a painting hanging on a
cottage wall; In a clump of dalslc%
which It to reaetnbled that It whs not
found for an hour. Wbea It fell In tba
cow's mouth the frightened anlnral
galloped 27* ytrdt nearer the hole aud
then restored tbo ball to Its owuer. He
promptly .tainted to have driven It 38V
yards and tbe right to play lt froa
vhere It U*.
IN THE NEWS
Comox L.ind District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice thai Qeow ������*������ ���
Battla c-eek. occupation WW J?
tends to apply tor permission I.. U;
chase the following dWWtbed .and!.
Commencing at a post planted ��
the N.B. corner of T.L. 87848 ��
Bwanion Island: thence following HM
of snld T.L. south. WM, north,
West tO shore: thence following slime
southerly, easterly northerly, M��
westerly to point ol commcnccnutit,
containing son acres. ������}��
GBORGH rillLiPH-
. IlKltMAN 11. FOHH.
March 10, 1910. ABcn '
*t*-r
G. N. R.���Port Quicnon.
leaves New Westminster on Tuet-
day at 10 a.m., return* at 6 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives In city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 pitn., arrives In city
Saturday at 9 am.
Leaves Port Gulchon at 1 P-m. ou
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Gulchon 6 a.m. each ween
dnv:   nrrlws  R.50  a.m.
Leaves N. W. 3:50 p.m. dally except Sunday: ar. Oulchon ��t 7 P-m.
... N.W. 8:50 a.m.; ar. Seattle 3:35
To Clean S/onzei.
It ls not a good plnn t j clean bron��e%
as the polish Is very easily spoiled, but
l. ��mu, iiu-iii-,��� lar-i i,i,i- uui . ........^   if  neeessnry   nothing  Is  better  thai
north   one   mile,   thence   west  three j cj8anlng thciu with wntcr nnd nmnio-
fourths of a mile, thence south three | nl���f U8iug n ���tiflr brush like a nailbrush.
fourths of a mile, thence west one
fourth of a mile, thence south one
fourth of a mile to the point of commencement.
WILLIAM R. WRIGHT.
New Westminster, B. C, March 8,
1910.
LAND  AC IS.
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 Is situated southwest of Mars Island.
OLE LEE,
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910.
Dry cnrefully after rinsing thoroughly.
They should be cnrefully dusted every
day with a soft cloth and a feathe?
brush, and a little sweet oil muy be
rubbed on occasionally. To remove
ttnlns from bronze make tbe articla
very hot by dipping It In boiling water.
Then rub lt with a piece of flannel dlp��
ped ln suds made from yellow soap,
rubbing clean with soft linen clothe.
Good For Evil.
There are some people who turn
gray, but do not grow hoary; whose
faces are furrowed, but not wrinkled;
whoso hearts ara sorely wounded In
many plnces, but are not dead. Thera
la a youth that bids dedance to old age,
and there la a kindness which lnugha
at the world's usage. These are they
who have returned good for evil. Whom
the gods love die young, and they dto
Aaent   *oung bccM,e ���tb**' nev*r groW oM^*
Kl    *   Selected,
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We are prepared to supply
you with the BEST BATHS,
etc.. at the LOWEST PRICES.
Give us a call.
HARDMAN'S
HARDMAN     BLOCK.
Phone 281
THE ROAD
TO SUCCESS
In any business is Competency nnd
to i*'1 ( impotent requires special
training.
We  give   special   training  in   Gregg
Shorthand, Touch Typewriting. Hook-
keeping and Accounting accompanied
by   the   allied   commercial   subjects.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
610   Columbia  St.
A.   L.  ECUCK,  Principal.
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19'3.
The members of the West End | Another addition to the long list of
Presbyterian church held as congre-l clueless roboeeries which have been j
gational meeting on Sunday evening, occurring in this vicinity took place
Kev. E. G. Thompson acting as mod- on Sunday night in Brownsville, when
orator, when it was decided to e.\- the store of Blggar Bros, was broken
tend a call to Rev. James Reid, of into and about .100 worth of goods
Sapperton. It is also proposed to taken. The crime was not discovered
build a church during this summer on j until yesterday morning and the provincial police were notified at once.
No arrests have heen made.
a site now owned by the congregation at the corner of Fourteenth
street and  Seventh avenue.
Scows for hire. Apply Joseph
Crane, Queensborough Ship Yarcs,
Lulu Island. ���*
For   Linoleum,   Oilcloths   and   Carpets, see W. E*Fales, Agnes street. **
The   double   tracking   of   Columbia
street has progressed as far as Lorne ���
The annual meeting of the Women's  street.    The rain interferred with the'
Auxiliary of St. Paul's Reformed Epis-  work yesterday, but there were a few
copal church was held yesterday after-  men busy straightening the track.      \
noon, when the following officers were j
elected; President, Mrs. L. Tliornbur; |    Newest designs in  Iron  and  Brass
vice   president,   .Mrs.   Pellew;    secre-  Beds at Fales
tary,   Mrs.   E.   II.   Sands;     treasurer
Mrs. Rev. A. deB. Owen.
A payment of $25 procures a lot in
The new building of the Vulcan
Iron works above the Fraser river
bridge is now almost complete.I. The
South Westminster from Hale Bros, company first installed the machinery
& Kennedy, Ltd. These lots are In and then built the factory over it.
great demand. **      The material used was taken from the
old building.
R. R. Carver is rejoicing in the birth
of  a iiany  daughter,  lu.   uew   miivai I    Great selection of seeds and potted
making her appearance on  Saturday,  plants at Tidy's. **
The popularity of the midday lunch Thomas Regan, who resigned from
at the Royal Cafe grows every day. I tbe police force a few days ago has
It is served from 12 to 2, with quick accepted a position with a lumber
service ***   company in Revelstoke and will leave
in a  few days to take charge of an
At the annual meeting yesterday of  extensive  lumber business.
the   Women's   Missionary   Society   of i 	
St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal church, LONG TRIP BY MOOSE.
Mrs. F. P. Maxwell was elected presi-! 	
dent and Mrs. Wilson Becretary-treas- Northern Alberta Animals Have Ar-
urer.   The meeting was well attended. , rived at  Wellington.
.      .    _      . ... .       . .. Ottawa,   April    I.���Word   has   been
Four hundred and fifty copies of the received at tlie interior department
current issue of the New Westminster that ten voling mooso captured in nor-
Courier have already been mailed to thern Aj,)Prta aml shipped to New
points in Eastern Canada and the Zealand at request of the government
United States; two hundred to places t- ,���.,, coionyi liaV(. arrived at Well-
in Great Britain and Europe, and two in���tnn and wll] probably be liberated
hundred and seventy-five to B. C. in the southern lakes district,
points. Circulation books and mailing I vrp.v tvpps of animals have been
list open to intending advertisers, introduced into New Zealand in re-
Rates and particulars on application ,cent   years and  recently   the  govern-
to Business Man
city.
jer, P. O. Box 142.
aa
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
individuals, and shall be pleased t(
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts.
if you haven't a Savings Account
NOW is the best time to start one
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69I
Capital   Paid-Up   $5,000,000
Reserve       5,700,000
Total  Assets    70,000.000
New   Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F. smut.   Manager.
HfflMjCfilK
Do not  book your passage without
seeing ua first.   Our system of handling   tickets  from   the  Old    Country
will save you money.
For dates and rates applv
ED.  GOULET,
C.P.R. Agent.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
A needlework guild in connection
with St. Paul's R. E. church as formed
yi sterday afternoon. Mrs. Oliver being elected president, Mrs. Medley
vice president and Mrs. Wilson secretary-treasurer.
For spring plants or cut flowers,
phone Davies' Greenhouse, R20S.      **
Dr. R. Ford Verrlnder. of Victoria,
was in the city on Saturday and Sunday, the guest of Dr. F. D. Smith.
Local grown plants and flowers,
fresh every day at the Co-Operative
store, Sixth street. **
The Merchants bank yesterday
moved into its new offices at the cor-
ner of Begbie and Columbia streets.
All the fixtures are not in place yet.
but the office will be thoroughly fixed
up In a week or two.
The finest assorstment of Morris
chairs ever seen in this city at
Fales. **
T. A. Muir & Co., druggists, have
moved up Columbia struct to one of
the new stores in the Dean block.
The firm of Vidal ifi- Bacchus, customs brokers, has been dissolved.
Mr. Herbert P. Vidal will carry on the
business as heretofore. ��� *r-
The local agency of the Oliver Type,
writer company is at 7-ld. Columbia
Street.   Three doors from the B.C.E.R.
car station. **
The cement expert in Vancouver
has written to tlie city engineer asking for more particulars about the
samples of cement that were submitted to him for test a couple of weeks
ago. He has not given any opinion
on  tlie samples as yet.
South Westminster property is
handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy,
Ltd. Call in and see them, and they
will put before you some good things.
ment decided to try to acclimatize
tho Canadian moose and applied to
the Dominion governmi nt for ten,
which were shipped by Howard Douglas, commissioner of dominion parks.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
Ladies
BEAUTY PINS
Special Today 10c and 15c
Per Pair.
The Fair
6i6 Columbia Street.
Wo buy for cash and Bed for the same.
W. RICH
Teaming and Ex
pressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730  FOURTH   ST.
PHONE   R527
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
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gents'    open  face
Gold Watcjes for Ladus from .12./.:
np.
Silver Watches
$6.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents'  open    case
17.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     hllgin
Watchvs.
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 Bloc!<. New Weatminater
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AND WATERFRONTAGE
also some choice buys
in Surrey
t F. J. HART & Co.
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b5 Studied ���*
with Silk
Special Sale of Women!
Separate Skirts
This Week $6.50 Each
Fifty new up-to-dato models featuring the ne . deep yok
alsti pleats varying from knee depth to full length pleats fr
Button   trimmings  are   used   to a  large extent;
"om v-ui.l
are p, i
mas,   Venetians,  Chevron   Stripes, Fancy Checks and Shadow St tM
in  shades of Navy,  Myrtle.  Hrown,   Taupe,   Cream |   Black     1
goods are guaranteed  thoroughly shrunk and Btltclu |  with silk ���
this special lot is a number of fine  Black  French  Vt ,  <���;,',   ' ''���
ly trimmed with bands of Black Taffeta Silk.    :;. ���
On sale this week, each   ;";l
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Cream All Wool Suitings
The Spring and Summer use of Cream Dress Fabrics promises to be more extenslvi
fashion reports Indicate a great demand tor Cream Serges, Panamas,   Voiles,   Mohairs, I
We are ready for future and present requirements. iei*L��',.��~.i
54-INCH   PANAMA���in a heavy weight and firm and close In weave especially Bull g���-..,.
Coat use;  per yard     5.�� i
44-INCH   PANAMA���In  heavy and light  weights;  per yard, 90c and     ;������
FINE SERGES���In several grades showing fine and heavy weaves; light medium and   -
44 to 52 inches;  per yard, 76c to    jij;
FANCY CHEVRON  STRIPE���In designs suitable for Russian Suits or Beparate Skirl
and    TT. TV.'.'7.T.~"7"���...'.. 77.'.'. "" "....'~~........""".JIM
STRIPED   MOHAIRS���In Narrow, Selft and Satin Stripes;  per yard. 45c  to	
PLAIN   MOHAIRS���Per yard, 35c to 	
BEDFORD  CORDS���In  All-Wool and Wool and Cotton  Mixture   especially    adapti I   for   i
Coais,   etc.;   i er   yard,   50c  and    90c
Cream Madras
Muslin
Many new and attractive Curtain Madras now on sale In anticipation of the siuIng house cleaning necessities. Madias Muslins are
laundered with so little trouble, are so lacey in appearance and serviceable that they are always popular.
ECRU CREAM AND WHITE MADRAS���In allover floral designs;
42 inches wide;   per yard 30c
42-INCH   CREAM   MADRA8��� Per yard   35c
A  FLORAL  PATTERN���Featuring  the  Ivy   Leaf;   per  yard   ..35c
42INCH   CREAM   MADRAS���Per yard
.40c
Many new conventional Striped  and Floral   Designs ���  heavy  or
sheer in weave���per yard   40c
44-INCH  BLOCK  AND STRIPE   DESIGNS���Per
,45c
NEW   GILT  SILVER AXD SE
QUIN   BAND rfi/MMWflS
Just arrivi I '
Band Trimmh
ing; also in-v
tons, Crochel Butti
(���red   Wash   Butl
52-INCH    BLOCK   DESIGN    MADRAS���Coupled   with   Stripe;   suitable for dining room;  per yard 50c
PANELLED MADRAS���Per yard     55c
A 52-inch Cream Madias In neat   Floral   and  Stripe!    Designs;
also  Diamond   Panel   Design;   both designs odd  and  attractive Pi  appearance;   per yard    *�� 55c
DEEP   ECRU   MADRAS��� I. r yard
.60c
Very Heavy design on strong body; suitable for Hall or Library
Curtains; color is deep and pattern stands out clearly; width 52
inches;  per yard    60c
FINE  CREAM   MADRAS���Per  yard
....90c
A grade of Madras upon which the floral pattern stands out prominently and naturally; very line and sheer; width 51 Inches; per
yard    90c
MANY    NEW   HATS   IN  THE
MILLINERY    SECTION
Many new ami attra
models have found thi lr W:;
to our large millinery sto5'':
rooms during the pasl fewaW
���tailored Turbans. flower
trimmed shapes; rea ly-to-weal
Cage Hats. Children's Hats anil
Bonnets and new trimming
prominent;    all    Inexpensh '���
priced.
A youth desiring i" learn the
dry   goods   business   may  f""1
employment    by    appl)''D8
once.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR. ,SDAV. APBIU * 1910-
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE NINE.
Neiu Arrival* in-
Ladies' Blouses
AND
'hildren's Dresses
AlTlmTRTCH
, \yhite Home 617 Columbia Street
DOG BITE  PROVES FATAL
TO BRITISH SOLDIER
London,   April   ..-Albert   Seaman
,ageu twenty-four, died today at Hack-
ney, the flrst hydrophobia victim in
!,,nked Kln^<" *ince 1909, when
the disease wa�� damped out by tbe
order fur the muzzling of dogs.   gea.
:nian  was bitten  by  a dog  last Sep-
tember while iu the Norfolk regiment
��� at Gibraltar.
Seaman and a companion, who also
jwas bitten, want immediately to the
hospital and received treatment.   His
.companion died three weeks later but
Seaman waa discharged as cured and
icame to Loudon.
FIREBUG DEFIES POLICE
OF   CALIFORNIA   TOWN
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
lOfifiH cas^ d��wn kuys the best business prop-
I^UUI/ erty on Begbie street; close to
lumbia, main street.   Balance very easy.
|g a a cash down handles a 12 room modem fine
IjUU double house, located at centre of city,
Ise to 6th street, rents at $30 per month.   Price
k .2901).
A SNAP
|()/\aa cash down buys 200 acres of land, rich
IlUUU black soil, sub-divided into 20 acre
jcks, facing Stave Lake Road, price only $16 per
fe, The timber itself is worth more. The Stave
Ike Power ompany is going to have car service
jere in the very near future.
Ipply
C. S.. News Office
TO SELL NAPOLEON'S HOUSE.
French Painter Makes Appeal tor
Preservation of the Relic.
Paris, April _.���In a letter to a
newspaper, Herdinand Bac, the painter, announces that the house occu-
jPied by Napoleon nt Elba, with the
furniture used by the emperor, is to
he sold this week.
He appeals to the friends of this
'great figure in history to organize a
| fund to purchase and preserve the
' relics.
GOVERNOR HUGHES MAY GO
ON SUPREME COURT BENCH
Washington, D. C, Aprh .��.���None
in the confidence of President Tuft.
it is said, would be surprised if the
vacancy on the supreme court bench
caused by the death of the late Justice Brewer should be offered to Governor Hughe. . of New York.
That the president would offer the
place to the N'ew York executive was
stated hist night at a gathering of
republicans, several of whom are close
to the president.
San Diego, April ..��� "The Firebug,"
who hag been operating ln this city
recently, and wbo sent the police a
threatening letter, applied the torch
to another unoccupied building tonight. When the firemen arrived they
found a red ribbon attached to the
front of tie building, and . notice
reading:
"Explosives; enter at your risk."
"THE FIREBUG."
Tbe firemen, however, entered and
confined the flames to tbe rear part
of tbe buIu'dLfc.
MAN'S SKELETON  DRIFTS
ASHORE IN SMALL BOAT
Tucson, Ariz.,, April k.���Papago hunters, returning from Lower California
report the discovery of the skeleton
ot a man In a small boat, which had
been beached oi the Culf of California.
No clothes or other means of identification were with the body. The
theory la that the man came to his
death at the hands of the Sell Indians,
reputed to be cannibals, on Tiburon
island.
REPULSING  ADVANCES
WOMAN  MEETS DEATH
Utlca, N.Y., April a.���Mrs. Kstanla
Pec, mother of several young children,
Is dead as the result of Injuries sustained in repulsing the embraces of
Stanislaus (\. pec, a boarder.
The man threw his arms about the
woman while she was at work near
the top of a flight of stairs. She
pushed him from her and he fell backwards, dragging her with him. Her
neck was broken.
Czepec will be charged with manslaughter.
Cost of Living Has
Increased World Over
Investigation Committee of United States Makes Report:
Which Shows That Cost of Food
Has Gone Up.
It Will Pay You
To Send for Our Prospectus, it tells
how an investmeut of $50.00 is being
made to bring Large and Quick
Returns. Full particulars can be
had by sending your name to the
KOOTENAY FRUIT LAND
HEEEEEEEE SYNDICATE HEEE^EEE
325 Homer Street
MEN!
TRY OUR
EVERLAST' SOX
Every  Pair Guaranteed
Read Guarantee Below
Pn Cashmere, Black, Maroon, Brown and Drab
Colors, Three Pairs for
$1.50
fn Cotton, Brown or Black, 35c or Three Pairs for   ���
$1.00 I
This is the Guarantee:
** after wearing Pen-Angle Guaranteed Hosiery
|��y length of time, you should ever find a pair
fat fails to fulfil the guarantee in any particular
purn the same to us and we will replace them
hth two new pairs free of charge.
I ^   This is Penman's, Limited,
I Grantee and we stand behind it
M. J. PHILLIPS I
V
ancouver.
B. C.
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Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marlon Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room $1  p?r day up.
Room and board $2.50 per day up.
Room  with  bath $2.50 per day up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water, steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats
The Dally News will be Kept on file
ln our reading room.
CARLJBTQN CUI.RJKRT   H_T
Recently the United States government appointed a committee to Investigate the whole subject of high
food. The figures which they compiled go to show that the (luestion
of the Increased cost of living ls not
confined to the American continent,
but ls a problem which Is affecting
every civilized country.
The government report shows that
meat prices have advanced in all the
principal meat producing and consuming sections of the world, according to compilation just made hy the
Bureau of Statistics of the department of commerce and labor. The
figures which the bureau has compiled
consist chiefly of the export prices of
the principal meat exporting countries of the world and the Import and
quoted wholesale prices in the chief
meat-Importing and consuming countries. The chief meat-exporting countries are Australia, New /calami,
Argentina, Canada and the United
Slates, and the chief meat-importing
countries, the United Kingdom, Germany and, in a less degree, the other
European countries.
All the meat exporting countries
show higher prices per pound ln their
exports in recent years than those of
a decade ago, and all of the meat-Importing countries show higher rates
in their import figures and in the
current market quotations, Curiously,
however, the advance in fresh meats
Is loss than that In the salted and preserved meats, an.l in nearly all cases
i the advance in beef is less than in
pork or mutton.
Advance in Fresh Meats.
! vance   in   prices  of   fresh   meat,   cs-
vance  in   prices  of fresli  meast,  es-
! peclally  those  exported in  thc  chil-
! led or frozen state, has not been as
| great as that of salted or preserved
| meats Is supposed to be due, i:i part
at least, to tho reductions made during  the  past decade  in  the cost  of
chilling or freezing und transporting
meats  of  this  class,  and  to  tho  in-j
creased supply of fresh meats in European   markets   resulting   from     the
growth of the system.   On the other
hand, prices of fresh mutton have advanced moie than those of fresh beet,
the reason being, presumably,,in part
at  least,     the    comparatively     slow
growth in the world's supply of sheep
and the consequent advance in price
of wool.
The method employed hy the bureau of statistics in determining the
expC*t and import prices of meats in
the various countries is a comparatively simple one. It takes from the
Official statistics of the countries exporting or importing considerable
quanUtles of meats the stated quantities of meats exported or Imported,
and the stated value of the same, and
by dividing the quantity Into value
determine the average export or import price per pound.
Advance in Export Prices.
Considering more in detail the price
movements in the various countries,
statistics of exports from Australia
indicates, in the case of beef pie-
served hy cold process an advance
in export price from $5,113 per 100
pounds in 1899 to .5.40 in 1908; mutton and lamb from $11.82 per 100
pounds ln 1899 to $(",.47 in 1908, an
advance of 3 per cent in price of
fresh beef and of practically 70 pel-
cent in that of mutton and lamb.
Similar conditions are disclosed In
Colusa
Tke Wardrobe Clotliier
St
reet
' New Westminster, B.C.
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Scotch Whisky
Choose Your Brand Carefully.
A Scotch address on trie label does not
always mean genuine Scotch Whisky in the
bottle. There are many brands tradit.g on the
reputation of Scotland s Highlands as a whisky
producing country beyond compare���brands put
up under fictitious names, and which, though
bearing Scotch addresses, never saw Scotland
at all, much less the Highlands.
Choose as i/ouf beverage, a brand with a
reputation back of it.
Watson's Scotch Whisky has been distilled
in the Highlands of Scotland since the year
1815. It is not only a pure, and genuine
Scotch ; it is a Whisky exceedingly agreeable
to the palate. This is due primarily to the
fact that we distil by the old-fashioned Pot
Still method���slowly, carefully, skilfully.
Moreover, we age our Whisky in Sherry
wood ape it lor scars, until it is thoroughly
matured and mellow to thc taste.
I nsltt     on
WaUon's
������THt��C STA1"���A ssM. tWo����Uy ������ur.J Scoufc
"NO. !���"���A Ul-Wisi. ricMy JUrorU Scouk.
JAMBS WATfON 4 CO., Limit* - Dundee.
the statistics of exports of meats:
from New Zealand, which cover a-
period of 1890 to 1908. The average-
export price of frozen beef was li*,
that period risen from $4.53 per 100*
pounds to $5,22; that of frozen lamb*
from $0.09 to $8.07, and that of frozen,
mutton from $4.57 to $5.90, an advance;
In average export price of 15 per cent,
in the case of frozen beef, 32 1-2 per
cent in that of frozen lamb, and nearly 30 per cent, in that of frozen mutton exported from New Zealand..
Meantime the average export price of
frozen rabbits has decreased from
$3.47 per 100 pounds in 1897 to $3.13*.
ln 1908.
ln Argentina the export price of
various commodities Is periodically
fixed by the government as a bast*,
of trade valuations. Of frozen beef"
the stated export price for 1897-1891.H
was $1.75 per 100 pounds; for 1900-
1908, $4.38; of frozen mutton for 1897-
1899, $1.75 per 100 pounds; for 1900-
1808, $3.50, and of jerked beef for
1897, $2.98 per 100 pounds and in 190s;
$5.09 per 100 pounds, an advance lite
the period from 1897 to 1908 of 150--
per cent in price of frozen beef, Th.
per cent in that of jerked beef and
100 per cent in that of frozen mutton-
Canadian Prices.
Prom Canada the value of fresh beef
exports advanced from an annual average of 0.1c per pound In 1898 tc*
8.2c in 1909; that, of mutton from ��.lc-.
per pound in 1898 to U.2c In 1909:.
pork from 3.3c per pound in 1898 to
3.9c in 1909; ahd of butter from 18.U--
per pound in 189S to 24c in 1909.
Meat imports into the United Kingdom in the period from 1890 to 190'.>��
show In nearly every case advance,
tho principal exception being fresl*
beef, of which the average price per
100 pounds decreased from $8.21 ia
1890 to $7.90 in 190S. Meantime the
import price 100 pounds of salted
beef advanced from $5.33 to $S.15; of
preserved beef from $11.39 to $18.40;
that of mutton, preserved, from $7.15
to $10.37; of bacon from $7.60 to
$11.00; of hams trom $9.34 to $10.94;
of pork from $7.07 to $8.50; of butter
from $24.57 to $27.84; and of cheese
from $10.01 to $14.11. A similar advance is apparent in price of imported eggs from 15.4c per dozen in 1S!H��
to 19.2c in 1908. The largest proportionate advances are ln preserved
beef, 52 per cent; salted beef, 53 per
cent; bacon, 47 1-2 per cent; preserved
mutton, 45 per cent; and cheese, 314
per eent, while pork shows a rise of
12 per cent; fresli butter, 13 per cent;
mutton, 14 per cent; hams, 17 per
eent, and fresh beef a fall of 3 per
cent.
Higher Wholesale Prices.
All the European cities show,
wherever statistics are available,
higher wholesale prices in the local
markets. In Moscow, Russia, beef ot
the first quality has advanced iu
price per pound from 8.0c in 1903 to
12c tn 1908; beef of the second quality from 0.8c to 10.3c. Mutton, pork
and smoked ham have also advanccd-
In the Gorman cities of Danzig, Berlin, Madgdenburg, Mannheim and
Stuttgard, beef, mutton and pork have
advanced, the city of Berlin showing.
In beef an advance ln price per pound
from 13.2c ln 1890 to 10.5c; for pork
from 12.9c to 10.3c. and mutton from
13.2c in 1896 to 17.4c in 1908, those
quotations being representative ot
other European cities.
OVER GERMANY IN
MODERN AIRSHIP
First Real Flight Across Atlantic to be Attempted by
Aerial Men.
Berlin, April 4.���Dr. Guns Fnbrlco,
who wishes to be knowu as "The
Aerial Columbus," and, who, to
achieve such a distinction, will ut-
tompt to cross the Atlantic ocean In
an airship, today made known the
particulars of his plan.
"I shall be accompanied," he said,
"by Ilerr Br.ichor, the editor of u
Frankfort newspaper; by a physician
and one engineer, I intend to start
about the middle of May from either
Cadiz,  Spain,  or TenorlfTo.
"There is always a wind at tills
time of the year blowing from the
European to the Amerlcun continent
with a force of about thirty miles an
hour. It was to this wind that Columbus Owed hla discovery of America. I desire to be un aerial Columbus and starting approximately from
the same point be the first to roach
America through the air. My courBe
will He across the Atlantic to Porto
Rico, passing Cuba and then across
the Gulf of Mexico to New Orleans.
This distance would be a little over
4,000 miles.
"I estimate that I should cover this
distance ln five days. My airship,
now almost completed, is a combination ot an ordinary balloon and a
dirigible. The length of the balloon
section Is 175 feet and Its diameter,
which is elgar-shaped, is fifty feet.
The motor Is forty horsepower.
'Owing to the favorable winds
which I expect to encounter I Intend
to use the motor only In case ot necessity, because It Is not possible to
take sufficient benzine to keep tbe motor golag for Ave days.
"The coble contents of tbe balloon
are sufficient to keep tbe airship
afloat for 145 hoars. Perhaps tbe
most Interesting feature of the air-
ALASKA MAY BE
GIVEN AN ASYLUM
Sentiment of U. S. House
Committee is in Favor of
Such a Step.
Washington, April w.���Care of the
insane in Alaska was discussed before the house committee on territories today. At present the territory
has lib 120 lnsano patients cared for
at the Mount Tabor sanatorium, Oregon, nt $330 per capita per annum.
Gov. lloggatt, In his last annual
report, recommended a continuation
of the system. Secretary Ballinger
reconimeiided tho construction ot a
hospital ln Alaska to care for the unfortunates there, and asked an appropriation of $75,000 to start work. A
bill embodying his ideas ls before the
committee.
George Coe, of Stanfleld, Or., son'
of the proprietor of the Mount Tabor
sunatoilum, appeared on the ground
that the climate of Alnsku ie not
good for nervous diseases. The committee t-stlmateB that lt costs the government about $50,000 a year to care
for Alaska Insane, and it does not like
the prevailing sytsem of keeping patients ir. the Interior ln Jail all winter
waiting for transportation out.
Membeis of the committee have
sugges ed the construction of detention hospitals at Nome and Fairbanks
with a general hospital ln Southeastern Alaska. Some legislation along
these Ires may be produced. Inspector Dixon, of the Interior department, ln testifying .gave present
1 contractors high commendation* for
I their cure of patients, but suggested
'a hospitk! In Southeastern Alaska. H*
said that was the only part of the
territory fitted for the purpose.
ship ls a cage forty feet long anil
ten feet wide, which, in case of necessity, can be sailed on the ocean
ss a motorboat or as a sailboat, should,
my benzine fall me."
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Vancouver, Seattle and Victoria People Realize This
and Are Partaking Generously of the Chances. Will
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Fourth Street lot near Sixth Avenue; close to car line: easily cleared; $700; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
2 Fifth Avenue lots close to Queens
Park; all cleared; $1,000 each; 1-3
cash, balance 0 and 12 months.
Corner lot on Fifth Avenue facing
directly on car line; $2,400 each;
1800 cash, balance 0 and 12 months.
7 Lots on Fifth Avenue near Sixteenth facing on car line; $2,400 each;
1800 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Fifth Avenue lot near Twelfth St.;
ear line, fine view, facing south and
all cleared; $1,050; 1-3 cash, balance
S and 12 months.
Fifth Avenue lot, 411-2 x 122, all
cleared and ploughed, $800; 1-3 cash,
balance 6 and 12 months; fine view.
8eventh Street lot; excellent view;
one block from car line; $1,000; 1-3
cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Lilley Street lot near Moody's
Square.   Price $1,000; terms aranged.
Sixth Avenue corner lot; fine view;
all cleared; $1,500; terms, 1-2 cash,
balance 6 and 12 months.
Sixth Avenue lot between Second
and Third, $840; 1-4 cash, balance 3,
C and 9 months.
Sixth Street lot on car line; below
Fifth; 50x122; all cleared; $1,200;
$500 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Lot on Sixth Avenue near First St.
facing south; price $5o0; terms, $135
cash, balance $20 per month without
Interest
Fine corner lot on Nanaimo and
Sixteenth Streets; supberb view;
price only $1,000; terms. 1-3 cash, balance G and 12 months at 7 per cent.
12 Lots on Toronto Street facing
south; all cleared with lane at back;
close to the now cutoff; price, $375
each; terms to arrange.   Fine view.
fx>t on Nanaimo Street west of Sixteenth street facing south with fine
view; close to the new cutoff; price,
$750; terms, 1-3 cash, balance 6 and
12 months.
Hamilton Street lot close to car
line; 66x132 feet; $700; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Doable corner; Fourth Street; close
to car Une; all cleared and fenced;
11.680.
Seventh Avenue lot near Fifth St.,
one block from car line; 50x140; good
view; easily cleared; $840.
Seventh Avenue lot facing south;
dose to car line; price $700; 1-4 cash,
balance 6 and 12 months.
Seventh Avenue lot near Sixth St.
car  line; good   view,   facing   south;
$735;   1-3 cash;   balance   6   and   12
months.
2 Eighth Avenue lots, near Fourteenth Street; easily cleared; $000
each; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
Double corner on Eleventh Street
���ear car lino; easily cleared; $1,200.
1 Acre on Eighth Avenue; easily
cleared; $2,500; 1-3 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
2 Lots���One facing on Eighth St.,
Uie other on Hamilton! all cleared
and close to car line; fine view;
$1,750; $600 cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
3 Lots on Eighth Street and Hamilton; inside lots, $700 each; corner,
$800; 1-3 cash, balance 0 and 12
months.
Corner lot on Fife and Gloucester
Streets; all cleared and fenced; price
$6,000; 1-4 cash, balance 3, 0 and 9
months. This lot contains over 1 1-4
acres.
2 Fourth Avenue lots; all cleared;
fine view over Queens Park; 00x132
each; $1,800 each; 1-3 cash, balance
6 and 12 months.
Columbia Street lot; 33 ft. frontage
by 132; price $15,000; runs back to
Front Street.
Columbia Street lot; 06 x 66 feet;
price $12,500; $4,000 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
Tenth Street lot; all cleared; excellent vlsw; $3,500; 1-4 cash, balance 3, 6 and 9 months.
2 Royal Avenue lots; all cleared;
$8,000; $3,000 cash, balance 6, 12, 18
and 24 monthB.
Royal Avenue lot; all cleared;
price $2,100; 1-3 cash, balance 6, 12
and 18 months.
Royal Avenue lot on car line;
price $750; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and
12 months.
Royal Avenue lot near car line;
price $3,500; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and
12 months.
2 Agnes Street lots; all cleared;
price $2,000 each; $800 cash, balance
6 and 12 months. Excellent view, facing south.
Carnarvon Street lot; a corner;
price $5,000; 1-2 cash, balance 6. 12,
18 and 24 months. Opposite court
house.
2 Lots on Twelfth Street and
Queen's Avenue; all cleared; offers
solicited; containing over one acre
each.
Double corner on First Street and
Fifth Avenue; all cleared; fine view;
$1,500 each; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and
12 months.   Opposite Queens Park.
Dublin Street lot; cleared; good
view; $630; 1-2 cash, balance 6 and
12 months.
5 Lots on Edinburgh Street, with
double corner on First Street; 2 lots
cleared; small 5-room house; $1,600;
1-3 cash.
1 Corner Lot on St. Patrick and
Second; all cleared; price $1,500;
1-2 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
3 Lots on Eleventh Street and Third
Avenue; all cleared; facing south;
$6,000; 1-3 cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
months.
Lot between Third Avenue and
Queens; 66x90; $750; 1-3 cash, balance arranged.   All cleared.
2 Lots facing on Fourth Street
above Seventh Avenue; all cleared,
ploughed and fenced; close to car
line; $1,300; $535 cash.
2 Fourth Street lots; close to car
line Just above Eighth Avenue; 50x
132; all cleared; $350 each; 1-4 cash,
balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
2 Fourth Street lots; corner of Durham; all cleared; close to car line;
$1,400; 1-3 cash, balance 0 and 12
months.
Eighth Street lot below Fourth Avenue; all cleared; $900; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
2 Fourth Street lots; all cleared;
Just above Third Avenue; $950 each;
1-4 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
2 Fourth Avenue lots; both corners;
all cleared; $1,200 each; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Double corner on Fourth Avenue;
good view; all cleared; $2,000.
Fifth Street lot above Sixth Av-
enuse; close to car Une; $750; 1-4
cash; balance 6 and 12 months.
2 Fifth Street lots above Third Avenue; good view; near corner;
$3,750; 1-2 cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
2 Fifth Street lots above Sixth
Avenue; close to car line; $800 each;
1-4 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Corner lot on Ninth Street; excellent view; easily cleared; $1,200;
1-4 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
2 Tenth Avenue lots near Eleventh
Street; close to car line; all cleared;
$500 each.
2 Tenth Avenue lots, one a corner,
all fenced and cleared; $425 for ln-
elde and $450 for corner.
3 Lots on Tenth Avenue; easily
cleared; $1,475; 1-3 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
One acre and fraction, cleared, on
Royal Avenue and Eleventh Street;
$20,000.    Terms arranged.
Block on Eleventh Street with
frontage on two other streets; surrounded by factories; cleared; $17,500.
Terms arranged.
Block on Twelfth Street; excellent
manufacturing site; all cleared;
$50,000.    Terms to arrange.
3 Twelfth Streets lots facing on car
Une with good view; $800 each; $200
cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
Corner lot on Twelfth Street; close
in; all cleared, with excellent view;
$1,400; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
Hamilton Street lot close to
Twelfth Street car line; facing south;
$950; 1-2 cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
Hamilton Street lot near Fourteenth,
very easily cleared; $675; 1-2 cash,
balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
2 Lots on Durham Street near
Fourth Street; full size; partly cleared; $1,300; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and
12 months.
Princess Street lot near Sixth
Street facing south; full size, price
$840; terms 1-2 cash, balance 3, 6 and
9 months.
2 Princess Street lots close to the
Sixth Street car Une;< size 44x132
each; facing south; $525 each; 1-3
cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Nanaimo Street lot; a corner; excellent view; $1,200; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Belmont Street lot near Sixth St.
car line; all cleared; $1,200; 1-2 cash,
balance 6 and 12 months.
Toronto Street lot; cleared; $400
1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
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614 Columbia Street
Hamilton Street lot near Twelfth
Street; close to car line; good view
close to school; $960; ,i 0 imbalance G and 12 months.   Facing south.
St. Patrick Street lot near Queens
Park;   facing south;  all cleared; full
size;   $1,000; 1-3 cash, balance  . and
12 months.
Hamilton Street lot near Twelfth
Street close to ear line; lane at the
back; $825; 1-2 cash, balance 6 and
12  months.
Dublin Street lot near Tenth
Street; easily cleared; close to car
line; $600; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
Dublin Street lot with good view of
river; lane at back of lot; $475; 1-3
cash, balance 8 and 12 months.
2 Ottawa Street lots; superb view
of river; very easily cleared; $4o0
each; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
London Street lot near Twelfth
Street car line; $500; $200 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
2 London Street lots close tn car
line and school; $650; terms arranges.
Easily  cleared.
London Street lot near school and
car line; facing south. $1,000; M
cash, balance 6, 12 and IS month j.
London Street lot nni Tenth
Street; close to car line, school, etc.',
$400; 1-4 cash, balance 3, 6 ami 'i
months.
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Elmer Street lot facing south; all
cleared; splendid view; $'>1"1; W
cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Burnaby Street lot near new car
line; excellent view; $2~~; 1-3 cash,
balance over two years.
6 Lots Just below Columbia Street
close to public school; close to cat
line; $550 each; 1-3 cash, balance 6,
12 and 18 months.
2 Alberta Street lots; close to car
Une; all cleared; $350 each; $85 cash,
balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
Double corner on Richmond Street;
excellent view; $500 for both; 1-3
cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
One lot Just above Eighth Avenue
In front of reservoir; $400; 1-4 cash,
balance 3, 6 and 9 months.
2 Amess Street lots facing south
with good view; close to new cutoff;
$800; 1-3 caah, balance 6 and 1-
months.
Carroll Street lot; all cleared and
fenced; $500; 1-3 caBh, balance �� and
12 months.
2 8impson Street lots close to car
line; $1,800; 1-3 cash, balance 6, w
and 18 months.
2 McDougall Street lots with good
view ixnfX near new school; $2*5
each; 1-4 cash, baalnce 6, 12 and 18
months.
McDougall Street lot near new
school; price $225; 1-4 cash, balance
6, 12 and 18 months.
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