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 FARE
INSURANCE
AHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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LIPE
A63URANCE
WHITE, SHILES ��A  O.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
F 5. NUMBER 7'
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, WED NKSU.w MORNNGI, APRIL 6, 1910.
EIGHT   PAGE
PRICE FIVE t      TS.
MITTEES FOR       GRAfTlNG ALDERMEN
B DAY CHOSEN NOT 10 BE PROSECUTED
ebration This Year to be
Friday, May 6.   Good
Ionization Meeting.
Montreal Boodlers Will Escape Punishment Because
of Loose Criminal Code.
Over One Third of Amount
Needed for Y. M. C. A.
is Raised in First Day
SiS LEADER      VETO VICTORY IS
OE MANITOBA GRITS WON BV GOVERNMtNT
. ceicbrati' d of May Day will
'' ,r year on Frlda), M ...
���   , . ...  ided at an orgi .
; in the city hall last
' lined in  the   i .
r ;.i>    Day    Eestlvlties
T. ion Bhall tak<   |
ling nearesl to Maj
.   meeting hel l thai
.  10US   LO  hold   the
pril.
i - master ol  ci
Jecldi 'l  lat t yeai
i ���  night confli in< d
W. N. Carty und
:. were re-< lei  ed  to
OfflCl B     nl     Beci '''.il j
.
Constitution of Committees.
i   mmlttees were ap-
follows:
��� and of selecting May
Gilley, J, J. Cambridge,
���
..". X. Carty, Chief Wat-
ley, l). K. . lacK< nzle.
i).  Bray,  Gowan  Mac-
fai
..    c. D   Peele, J. .1. Johnston,
ill ��� J.  Mahoney,  W.  A,  Gilley,
.     an, N. R. Brown. A. G.
.  i; McQuarrie.
I U   Bray,   K.   Wintemute,
;i :.  i'.   P. Grant.
... A. Gilley, N. R, Brown,
e, D. E. MacKenzie, B.
I; ���   A. Dashwood-Jon i,
I d  -W. C. R. Baker, V. ll.
is.   Wllkie, Chief  Watson.
A  New   Marshil.
a has i u chairman of
:. committee for the last
I ������ years and the me sl Ing
I to continue cu the job,
|       iel waa strongly nf the opin-
.��� one else should hat e a
i.  ���      .   mi   llis  recommen lut,on
��'i- was appointed.
I nil's report Bhowed that
l a   balrince  of $193.28 h tt
1 . ist  year.
��� ' acGowan made a Bugg< s-
\ i i ill masters ol ceremonli s,
��� a ���. Bhould be given the hon-
r di of Pasl Master ol Cere-
i ��� the meeting did not adopt
I
V ��� ��� either business trans-
J . ���   ���    ��� etlng, but all present
1 ��� inlon that   this  cele-
f ' pse all previous at-
Montreal, April 5.���II is nol likely
that any proceedings will be taken by
tin citj against the aldi mi n who
���'���'������" condemned tn Judge Cannon b
: report,
'l hi civic legal de] men! todaj
ma.in a report bi tting forth that the
two forms of guilt ied In the
report  wet the <
Inal code, and thai the evidi i
ound foi  suspicion, did not
go furl  ��� :.
WOULD   INDICT  TORONTO.
Coroner's Jury Says City Should Find
Place  for  Lunatics.
Toronto, April 5,���The coroner'8
Investigating the death of Ji me ���
O'Sulllvan, who died In the jail hospital after being confined them as a
lunatic since September 15 last, re-
I rned a verdict yesterday afternoon
as follows:
"We the jury afore, aid respectfully
but very Btrongly urge that In view
of the manner In which lunatics in
custody are at the present treated by
the city and county authorities in la-
inn housed with vagrants, thieves and
immoral women in a common jail, contrary to the statute, the crown attorney for the county of York Immediately indict the municipality of Toronto for not having provided the accommodation called for by law for
lunatics in custody and for whom
room can not he found in the asylum."
Campaign for $35,000 Buildir.g Kund Gets Off lo Good
Start, $12,715 Eeing Promised Yesterday-Subscribers Number One Hundred and Twenty Young
Men's Brigade is Successful at Collecting   the Cash
Compulsory Education One
of the Planks of Prairie
Province Liberals.
The Y. M. C. A. campaign is in full
amounts  collected   by   the   different)
u ...
amounts are secured.
Success  Assured.
Y.MX.A. IS WORTH WHILE
FROM BUSINESS STANDPOINT
Big Employer of Labor Veers Around
After   Seeing    Results   of   Work
of Institution at Prince Rupert.
swing,  and   In   the   flrsl   twenty-four
hours ' a   li indred and twenty peopl ., '   _,   '
, (F. O. ( anfleld, captain.)
' "'    lnt0   line   ilttd   rolled   up   over Tuesday      $?,800
i welve thousand seven  I I i I dol- j
lars,  :n addition  to  which  there are ,   ,     ,. '
... i.i.  Il  Ki nuedy, captain.)
two contributions ol  $2 I,  made on  Tuesday   . .1600
condition  that   three other    of    like TEAM 3,
i L. B. l.usi j. captain i
Tuesday       $660
TEAM 4.
Ml. li.  MacKenzie, captain.)
With such a magnificent send off,  Tuesday   $103
the success of the campaign Is prac- TEAM 5.
tically  assured,  although   it   will  be   _     (J-W. MacDonald. captain.)
i Tuesday        $4j0
di  ���  sary for   everyone   to   help   ln TEAM 6
order to win out. (Aid. J, Carter-Smith, captain.)
Thirty-five thousand  dollars is not | Tuesday       $605
Team ..
i E. 11. San Is, captain, i
Tuesday    $685
young men. TEAM 8.
The hest work of tho lust day was              iT. H. Smith, captain.)
done by Team E. of the Young Men's   Tuesday   No report
T P \ M   'I
committee, captained by A. Whittaker. _,   ,    ''������l-u'-
, . iT. .1. Trapp, captain.)
Every   man   got  something   and   tli,   Tuesday       $2,395
team rolled up a total of $*'.;,.r>. 	
The live young  men's teams report- I Total       $9,295
ed $1,850, and the Citizens' commlt-l    Tin   young  men's teams have col
tee  $9,295.     The   day's   work   was   a   1"1"'1  ;,s  '"''^Ul   \
preliminary   canter   really,   and   tha (l   l. Adams, captain. 1
Work beings today in earnest. . Tuesday   $500
of men att( tided the j TEAM B.
'.'��� rt  Gilley. captain.)
Tuesday     $90
tened to the reports as they came In. j TEAM C.
One  reason why  the  Y.   M.  C.  A. in.   Tidy,   captain.)
Winnipeg, April 5.���At the convention of Manitoba liberals todaj. T, C.
Norrls, M. P. P, for QiIswold, v%as
elected leader of the provincial liberals.
One of the planks In the platform
is compulsorj education and the building of a provincial university.
An ait. nipt  ma Ie to 1 lace a plank
!n   the platform  of  total  prohibit! 1
of liquor traffic was voted down after
a 1. ngthj discussion.
Coalition Votes in Favor of
Resolutions Against Lords
Winning by Big Majority.
a large amount for a city the size of
New   Westminster   to   Invest   In   Its
Over a score
noon day luncheon yesterday and lis-
$410
CHESRY  VALE.
��� Kerr to Place  New Subdivision
on the   Market.
lon is to be put on
v J. Kerr and is to be
I a Cherry Vale, hetween the
" I Chilliwack line.    It
s       es 840 acres and will he sold
icre blocks for fruit
'   ��� -    ' I er acre.
1 .'    ground   is   mostly
r* and has heen owned
farmers     lt   is   beautifully
F md is a splendid fruit bear-
> Some of tlie oldest fruit
I Langley are situated In t It is
l I  ���    great   drawback   the
t ed   from   In   the   past
l; ':  transportation.    As the
I - ��� "--������ overcome, fruit farm-
F ���  ��� well there.
TUITION BOARD TO
1ST RAILWAY TROUBLES
|Reores-nt-itives    of     Railroads     and
Employees Cannot Agree on Third
Member of Committee.
, April 5.���W.  R. Scott.
L eneral   manager   of   the
������-���'���"���   lias   heen   name.l   bv
I-; wesl   ot   Chicago,  and
I, '��� Ni-e president of t.ne
'    ' of Firemen and Engine-
""���> named by the Bremen,
Of  the hoard  of nrbllra-
hli   "I"1 1: [" l,llJ"M the differences
I  '"-n threatened to precipitate a gen-
I ' s"ii;e a few weeks ago.
I'liei the  Erdman act, by  which
I'M T  v,ils lnv"ked by tho rail-
;;, " two arbitrators appointed
II .       "'"ll ,;> name a third.    This
FftlM ';'W' ,"'"n UHable to do, and the
tier ,, ''","'' wlU be appointed un-
Km,,, , ,,y Chairman Martin A.
r,1Pl '!; ! ' ""' interstate Commerce
Neill       n' &nd Ul)01' Commissioner
"We do not want a Y. M. C. A.
around Prince Rupert. We want saloons, black-jack games, faro layouts
���anything that will help to separate
our workmen from their wages as
quickly as possible. Our men work
when they are broke, and our big
kick just now is that they do not
have a chance to spend their money
right here, but must go down the
coast to gel rid of their surplus cash
before coming back to work alter payday. 11' the opportunity to 'blow In'
their easli is handy, our men are only
aVent from work a day or so a month,
but under the present system they
lose a week or moro. No. sir. we do
not want a V. M. C. A., we want saloons."
The above sentiments were express-!
ed ;i couple of years ago at Prince Ru-
pert by the local representative of tho
big contracting firm of Foley, Welsh
and Stewart when he was approached
by a Y. M. C. A, canvasser and solicited for a subscription. As a cold,
calculating, matter of fact business
men. he had found that when the incentive to spend was at hand, his
workman went broke within a day or
so alter pay day, and then they had to
return to work. He had had a long
experience with men who toll with
their hands, and thought he knew
them thoroughly. He did not want
a V. M. C. A. at Prince Rupert, not
uecausi he obji cted lo moral 01 spiritual elevation, but because he was a
buslni ss man.
And yet, when six months later this
b ,!i e man was approach d b> a Y,
\l c, .\. wo ki 1 ami Informed that tho
Prince Rupi it   V   M. O.  A.  would be
,;,,,..!    shortly    because    the    aSSOClu-
,, ,:, |i:i 1 no more funds available for
l ,;    rlct, ho settled the matter In
his ten e manner.
"Whal   does  it   cos!   to ki pp your
secretary   here  running  the   plice?"
" 1 wo hundred dollars a input 1."
��� Well, keep  him  here.    His ruvme
' goes down  on our payroll  ior that
amounl each month.   We have found
the V.   M.  t'.  A.  Worth it     You may
i preach any kind Ot a sermon from this
j you like;   it's not  sentiment   witli  me,
It's  business."
The Institution In tho northern city
! is still flourishing, and is �� power for
good In the community.
appeals  to strongly  to  business  ti.en   Tuesday    	
is because of the fact that the work 1 TEAM D.
done is so practical and lots Of them   ,        (Thoma8   TraW'   (':'l<tain.i
, , , Tuesday       *1��3
have come to the conclusion that it Is _,,... ..
far better and cheaper an.l easier to i ( y   Whittaker, cap;ain. 1
build an.l develop character than to Ijussday      $635
reform it. and great  luilway corpora-j 	
tions and business concerns ha\e lung   'otal       * ��� D
MANY   CALLED  TO   BAR.
Results of  Recent  L.iw  Examinations
Announced   in   Victoria.
Victoria, April 6.���The names of
several barristers were presented foi
call ami admission and the results
of the recent law examinations were
announced before Mr. Justice Morrison yesterday.    The nanus are:
Preliminary, W. B, Monteith. \v. H.
Patterson; at st intermedite. John Emerson, M. A. Van Roggen, lt. I,. Malt-
land, w. Clayton. (',. P, Relnhard and
.1. D. McPhee (equal), N, Lldster, w.
E. Relnhard; Becond Intermediate, E.
J. Gran! and J. E, Sears; for call and
admission, W. R. W. Vaughan, A. N.
Smith. P. (',. Mann A. .1. Patton, E. N.
Brown, .1. W, Balrd, C. J. White;
Eastern Canadian banisters and solicitors. .1. B. Pattullo, J. 3. Mackaj .
Irish solicitor, for admission, R. J,
Hewitt; English solicitor for admission; 11. W. Auckland: Scotch solicitor, for admission, P. R. Duncan;
British Columbia solicitor, for call, .1
M. Scrim, com ; British Columbia barrister, for admission, a. ll. Douglas.
Tlie benchers held their first meeting subsequently and re-elected Hon.
Charles Pooley, K. <���'.. as treasurer,
PRISONERS TO "FARM"
WILL START NEXT WEEK
ago learned that character lias to do j F__m other S0llrccs   $li570
with  dividends. 	
Grand  total       $12,715
Following
are   tho    totals   of   tlie
Over   One   Hundred   Will   Go   to   New
Central   Prison   Farm   Site   at
Guelph.
G. T.   P. TREASURER  DIES
AFTER LONG YEARS OF SERVICE
OF;DERLY    ELECTION.
Montreal. April 5.���Roberl Wright,
for many years treasurer of the Grand
Trunk Hallway company, died hi re
today in his seventy-eighth year. Mr.
Wright was one of the fcldest tail-
way men in Canada, bavin. commenced railway work in England in
1858.
In 1862 he joined the English staff
of the Grand Trunk and came to
Montreal in 1864. In 1878 he was
appointed treasurer of the company
and held the otlice until 1894, When
lie retired on a 1 enslon.
Costa Ricans Overlooked Occasion for
Gun and Knife Play.
San .lose, COSta Uica. April 5.���At
the most orderly elections in 'be history of the country, Presldenl Rlchrdo
.limine/. republican. was elected
president of the republic for the term
j'of 1910-14, which begins on  May  s.
kjlmlnez was chosen president over Ra-
j fuel lplesis hist August, but. the election was annulled bv the courts on
the allegation that President Zelaya,
of Nicaragua, had shipped a boatload
'of Nlcaraguans Into Costa Rica, where
they voted for .limine/.. Tlie new-
president is a lawyer. Ile BUCeedS
Cleto (leu/ales Viquea.
Win. n Year8 for Ne9ro-
color6?Pegl A,"'U r'~A- C. Smith, a
barber �� "ml Hon of B Toronto
years u il? t0(liiy aentenced to seven
Ingtokui u,penltentlary fo1' attempt-
the g|rih Paramour. He brought
she r<.,,"'.' frnm Toronto, and when
longer i     ,'" llvn wlth   hlm   any
*as not      ,       lu'r' but  Hie  wound
n��t serious.
it  ."rU r'-l�� ^e 1
American
day,
Passu ,
Mill vv..l'rm'Kb  the
nrth
4nd 8a. .atche
ast few
settlers   have
posts  of  Gretna
,,r>ftal. bound for Alberta
wan.
SHOT   HERSELF.
1 Woman   Accused   of   Robbery   Brings
Her Life to an End.
N'ew  York,   April   6.*   Mrs   BterthB
Hever. a wealthy widow who has been
under extradition  In  un Investigation
of the robbery of the Deppdale estate
'of William K. Viuuleibill. Jr., several
I months   ago,  shot   nnd   killed   heiselt
today at her home In New Hyde Park,
'Mineoia. Long island,     Mrs, Bey^t
left several letters wliich max explsln
her motive In ending her life. The
coroners refuse for Hie present to reveal their contents, hut nfter the Vanderbilt robbery the police reported
that some of the booty whs found on
Mrs Beyer's grounds. Mrs. Never
was examined yesterday by the district attorney nt tbe court house, and
was told to retitm tor a further examination today.
PENSIONS BILL IS
REPORTED TO U. S. SENATE
Washington, April 5.���A bill, designed originally to .rant pi nslons
of $10,000 a year to ex-presldents and
retire!    oomiuan lors in c'liei    ol    the
armv   and uavv. and $6,100 to widows
of evpn'sidonts. after b. Ing ami nd d
so as to deny the Intended relli
,'\ presidents, was reporte I favoi
|,v   the  sell.it.'  today   bj   Sen r ���     S   iv-
ley,   Tho provision for widows o! i ��
presidents   was   re-drafted   so  as  to
make it applj i  peclally to Mrs, Clevi
laud and Mrs, Harrison.
SENTENCE REDUCED AFTER
NEW TRIAL ON TECHNICALITY
t
Winnipeg. April 6. W. E. T. 1! iwell,
a wed educated young Englishman,
who was sentenced some mouths ago
h> Magistrate Daly to two years iu
the penitentiary and fifteen lashes tor
entering a house un ler the guise of
a health officer and assaulting tlie
landlady, and who was granted a nt w
tt.al o-.\ a technicality, was today
found guilty and Bent< need to eighteen
months' Imprisonment.
Quebec Treasurer's Budget Speech
Shows Half a Million in Treasury
Toronto, April 6,���Over one hundred
men - iiunati s of the Central prison
will   travel   to  Guelph   under   escort
next   week  to "learn  farming."
Work will be commenced at once.
The tract of 800 acres, purchased recently for the purpose of establishing
n central prison, under conditions under which thee riminal can go back
to the land, comes into the formal
possession of tlie province on Friday,
April I. The Provincial Secretary's
department has made preparations to
utilize it Immediately,
Pending tlie election of permanent
buildings temporary accommodation
Ib being in, pai ed. Implements and
other equipment necessary to the
handling of the proper? will be secured, lt is not tlie intention of the
government to allow the land to lie
bile awaiting tlie consummation of
their plants. The agricultural acreage
will be seeled tills spt ing. and work
in developing tlie stone quarry am!
gravel pits will ho promptly proceeded
witli.
No official announcement bus yet
been made as to the immediate working out of ihe farm project, but it is
believed thai the department in control will have the co-operation and
assistance of the experts of the Ontario Agricultural eoliari   in mapping
lout   the   work   of  th"   pi c.  -tit   season.
the treatment of the soil, and the
character of the crops to be Beeded.
The prisoners will be utilised from
tlie outset, lt is expected that 112
men will ho selected to commence.
operations next week and do the preliminary work,
While ^\uf precautions will bo taken
In the guarding of  the  prisoner",  who
; are  assigned   to   the   farm   work,   ex-
��� ,,ii o in other penal    Institutions
has shown that this aspect of (he problem Is no! lis serious as may he supposed, and that the percentage of es
capes  Is  very  small.
London. April 5 The bouse of commons list nlghi by a vote of :',r>, to
'-������I rejected the opposition amendment to Premier Asqulth's resolutions
f.\ the veto power of the house of
' d . moved by sir Roebrt Findlay
ami agreed thai the premier's motion
i Id go io committee without a division. The house was crowded and
man} peers and diplomats were present, The announcement of the figures showing that tlie government was
sure of a majority of lilt, for tlie veto
resolutions was greeted with prolonged ministerial cheers.
"Wail and s. e," Mr. ABQUlth must.
have used those words at least a
score of lime; in the commons yes-
terday afternoon win a presse) to explain \).t- govt i mmuit's policy on the
lord's veto and the budget The most
important question was by Lord Cas-
tlereagh, one of the Unionist whips,
wlio Bought to know the basis of Mr.
Churchill's sensational declaration in
the commons last Thursday tbat it U
now necessary lor the crown and
commons acting together should re-
s'.oio the balance of the constitution
and restrict for ever the veto of tho
lords. Lord Casti^reagb asked In
vain whether tlie government bad
made arrangements by which thc
crown and the commons are to act,
together and whether the prime mln-
Inlster had received the necessary
guarantees for passing tlie proposed
vi to bill into  law.
The Dally Chronicle, however, is
more communicative than Mr. Asquith
and says probably on the authority
of a cabinet minister that. Mr. Churchill has In ea misunderstood and that
the government have not come to un
understanding with the King as to
the steps to overcome constitutional
deadlock. The Chronicle adds: "Mr.
Asquith can not with constitutional
ptopilety approach the sovereign until the commons have approved the
veto resolutions and the lords have
defined their attitude to thorn."
Mr. Asquith and his ministers evidently will not, accept the proposal
made by John Redmond to retain
the budget bill in tho commons until
the lords have pronounced on tlie veto resolutions. The spring recess
gives a short breathing space as It
will be June before the lords give
Judgment upon the resolutions and it
is doubtful if another election will
produce a mat oil illy different house.
The Unionists are expecting to gain
more than 'J!i seats which would not
give them a majority. Tho Liberals,
however, are anticipating much success in increasing their numbers as
would make them Independent of the
Irish Mite, ln the opinion of some
Air. Redmond is bluffing and will finally shrink from the responsibility
of simultaneously destroying both budget  und government.
In tho course of the debate on the
veto Colonel Seeley said that If the
commons did not take immediate
steps to secure effective control over
finance legislation, the solf-governlnR
dominions would think it unfit to
manage Us own affairs. The argument that there was anything contrary to colonial policy in the attempt to restrict hereditary powers
could not be sustained.
TRAMP ENTERS HOUSE
ANO SHOOTS LOSE SPINSTER
Woman Shows Rare Pluck When Unknown Man Comes in Through Window���Wounded in Neck.
Quebec, April 5. ��� lion. P, 9 i'.
Mackenzie delivered bis budget
speech this afternoon,   He said there
was a BUrplUB of $542,807, which was
Mi: 000 in excess of what had been
anticipated bj  bis predecessor in ol
The provincial treasurer's estimate
for the ne\i fiscal year was a revenue ol $) 904,684, nnd Rn expenditure
of $6,707,901, leaving an estimated surplus ef <!'.'���     I .
v��� even! o! the fiscal year, remark-
pa the provincial treasurer, was the
payment by tbe Oominion government .
o! the sum Ot $2,894,000 of the grant
lie to the province in consideration
(lf the construction ot the Q����e<j.
Montreal Ottawa and Occidental ra 1-
SU which sum hadbwn ����dj
part to pay off the loan of $J,682,50O
ZT tt^expendlture foi- the fiscal
vear Mr. Mackenzie included an addl-
Sl subsidy off $25,00 or r ral
mm, ia rrakine a total of $ib,UW, wniv.ii,
with thTaSunt voted by the depart-(
men! ot colonisation, made a total of
$846 000.
The amount  for the new bridges
was increased from $76,000 to $11)0,-
IW0. There was also an appropriation of $20,000 for the agricultural
school at St. Anne De La rocaliere.
Tlie estimates made provision for a
move liberal allowance for education il
purposes. Including $4,IHH> for the new
school of forestry.
For the last fiscal year the amount
voted for education was $8117.450, and
tor the current year such Increases
were made as $7,000, for the teachers'
pension fund, and $25,000 for certain
public schools not In towns or cities.
There    was    besides    $111,000    for |
schools Inspection and $25,000 to encourage the construction of academies .
for boys. |
Figures are given of the amounts
voted for the construction of the Mon-'
treal Jail, showing  that, up to June)
of last year the amount was $586,923,
and that a further sum of $571 651 for ���
the same purpose had been made during nine months of the current year.   |
SEEK FEDERATION
FOR   WORLD   WIDE   PEACE
Washington, April 5.���A join! resolution to provide tor an international
federation fo bring Ultimate world
peace an.l the settlement of difficulties
between nations before an International court was Introduced ln the
bouse by Mr. Bartholin, of Missouri,
today.      It empowers the president to
appoint n commission <>f five niem-
IVrs to urge upon the attention of
other governments the establishment
of an  international  federation.
Will Ship Body East.
The body of John N. Legerwood.
the man who was killed at Port
Moody on Monday, will be shipped
to Manitoba for burial today from
the undertaking rooms of W. E, Fales.
The late Mr. Legerwood was a native of Ontario, but had been living
ln Manitoba for several years before
he came out here, a few 'months ago.
He has a wife and two children In
Manitoba.
London. Ont., April r>. ��� Elisabeth
Franks, a wealthy spinster living ln
a house on Wellington road, was shot
twice by a man. supposed to be a
tramp, late this afternoon. She waa
sitting reading a paper when us loitered through :\ window.
When she protested he shot at her
and a bullet tore through her hair.
Miss Franks pursued him to the front
door, struggled with him. and was
tiled at twice mors, one Bhot penetrating her nock, emerging at the back.
She ran and telephoned the police,
then walked fully three-quarters of a
mile to the home of a sister on Hor-
ton street, where a doctor was called.
The trump meanwhile run back
through the house and out of the
same window as be entered and over
a wall. The police have his hat and
detectives are ou the ease.
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Panic at Bull Fight.
Mexico City, Apt 11 5.���A special from Secatlas says that
nine persons were killed and
twenty others Injured, three
fatally, during a panic in a
crowd that was leaving the
scene ot a bull fight there on
Sunday.
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proach.     .25   per
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221   tiartco  ptreet,   evenings,   be-
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FOR RENT���HOUSE AND FOLK
Lots in Burnaby, neai car line,
Five rooms and bathroom, pantry,
etc. Rents $12 per montli. May
lease for six monthe if tenant.
suits. Apply to P. Peebles, 620 Columbia Street.
:.- '     a, April  5.���En ry time 1
of Japam
talk" Ei
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ti'-s v. bich sl oui i hold them togethi t
Inst i   tsl 'ers.
Britons are chronically afraid of a
gn   '   European alliance against them
tl ��� re is never a discussion of in-,
i  ternational politics to be heard in thi
country   that  does   not   lead   up  to  a
contemplation  of  such a  possibility.;
Nor  does it ever happen,  this  point'
having been reached, that the disput-'
ants  fail  to  agree,  that,  anyway, in
a situation of actual desperation, Am-
'   li .  would be sure to come to England's assistance.
The truth is that England would !
.'.'��������� r i ave entered into the Anglo-Jap-;
ane.se treaty could it have been fore-i
seen what turn affairs would take. It
was originally designed to protect India. The British as everyone know.-.
: have for years feared a Russian move
from the north against this big de-
pendi ncy. Of late ther' lias not s em-
il to be so much danger from Russia, but as apprehensions concerning
��� - ''/.ar subsided, those concerning1
the Mikado Increased.
When   the   English   foreign    office
made and  renewed  the  treaty    with
Japan it figured that it would insure-.
Japanese aid against a Muscovite in-!
vasion of India and that it would at]
the same time prevent the Japanesi
S. W.  1-4 section 25,  Sjrrey:  $125 per
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surrey: SURREY! surrey:
If you  are   interested   in  Surrey  acre-
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the best
buys in Su nd
property.   O     list is t
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SURREY���$85 per acre buys cO acres
of g     .  . i . Clover A
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E REN ING   &.   CO.
General  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY,
s   -.  5 and   6.
Building,
C- ��    m   bia and  Begcie Streets.
Phone 686
C e      "    ot   on  Sixth   street   car   line.
Newbury, N.  Y.. April  5.���William
76 years old
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General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
  Rooms  4,  5 and   6.
acres  of   good Merchants   Bank   Building,
Corner Columbia and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 6S6.
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Westminster P:io,ie
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
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at 3:25 P. M.
40   acres.    .
Good ter
nt    Sunbury.
$400    per    acre
i'.:'-'th road.
buys    120    acres    on
One   acre   waterfront,    qua:;,     mile
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balance 1. 2 and 3 years.
Langley;   160 acres cf  good  land  having  2,000, '.'  feet of tlmbi r;
sawmills;  $4o per acre.
$40 an acre buys 160 acres of good
farming land in Surrey, one mile
from tram line. Tiiis is suitable to
subdivide.
40  feet   ���..,    rfront,    thi
from I rldj e.   $50 | er foot
Apply for terms
A.  G.   MARSHALL,
Estate Office.
South Westminster Phone F507
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C.foastSS.SalIiDgsp'a:Efiii
WILSON,   COOK   &   CO.
Office in Northern Crown Bank.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       11,000,000.00
Branches   throughout   Canada   and
A.G.P.A. Van   mver  port  Ke Is   , .        ..:.
Thursday, F ; ry��
he -. l on '-'
:cord, 'I ui e 11. .ay.
-i-'"'  i-1 ni.-   Vancouvi        | Burnasj
lake, via B. C. 1
urday an extra ma :o
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S. points east an I tl, N. &
_. .. COAST SERVICE. f^^.-Seoond C. P. R. east, rt-
Sailings from C. P. H- wharf, Van- vr Mills,    ,'i'-   i   ;. takes the 1
;cou\,-r. jlowinc    local ces;     Barnet 3ai|
To Victoria���1:30 p. m. dally. Port Moody, P!�� Meadows, PortHam-I
To Nanaimo���2 p. m. dally except  mond, Port Haney,   Mission,  Wm
Sunday;  Leaves Sui.day at 5:15 p. m  |wack, Harrison Hot Spring. Agassii
To Union and Comox���Leaves Vancouver, ll p. in. Monday.
Alaska h>-i\u-t���ii p. m., March 14,
2\ and April ���!.
To Prince Rupert���Leaves Vancouver at 11 p. m. every Saturday.
To Chilliwack and points ot call���
8   a.   rn.   Mondays,   Wednesdays  and
Lytton, Lillo- et Spi - es' Bridgi NI* j
ola and district, and ail points east J
except Kootenays.
FOR RENT���HOUSE AND 1 LOTS
in Burnaby, near ear line, Ci rooms
and bath room, pantry, etc. Rents
for $12 per month. .May lease for
��� months If tennent suits.
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
for one or two ,adies, close to car.
615 Hamilton street, city.
FOR    EXCHANGE���FIVE   ROOMED
House and lot in Vancouver, value
(2000, for house and lot ln New
Westminster. Apply, Box P. K.
News Ofiice.
from   attempting an   Invasion   on   Its
own account .
Now that Japanese-American war
scares seem bound to come up about
every bo often, the British government
Is getting worried. It professes to
think thai they really amount to nothing but newspaper talk, but there is
nevertheless, the keenest anxiety p-st
some ono of them ultimately develop
si riously.
England may crtainly bo depended
on In this case, if never In any other, j
to do Its best to keep peace. If it has
any influence in Tokyo that Influence
will be exerted to prevent hostilities.
It doesn't want to bo left with no
choice but between co-operation with
Japan against, the United States and
tho repudiation of the Anglo-Japanese
treaty. The former ls impossible;
tho latter nearly so.
J. A. Motkrwelli"
Local   Manager
Vancouver Financial
Corporation
Real  Estate
Fire insurance
Agrei ments of
Life Insurance
Sale
Accident Insur
Mortgages
ance
Merchants   Bank   Building
Phsr.e 591                                    Room 6
Newfoundland, and in   London, Eng- iFrldays, from*B.*C. CouTvbarf" New
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane j Westminster. B. C.
S. A., and Mexico City,    A general ' 	
I banking    business    transacted.      Let- | ^  ^^^  p:irtlc:il'"-s Cll!l  or ad
I ters of Credit Issued,    available with
'correspondents   in    all   parts of    tbe
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposit*
received In sums of Sl anil Upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present rate).
Total Assets  over 1168,000,000.00.
ME'}' WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Mails   Received.
6:46  a.m.���Blaine anj   Seattle
i   . ling all U.
ED. OOULET, Ag( nt,
New Westminster.
or
C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen.   Pass.  Agent,
Vancouver, B. C.
IT
PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE
DAILY          NEWS
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 ^^^���wnits, ,vla (I  .\ ���-
s:L'u  a.m.���V md Wctortt
ncludin,-; U. S. A. matter, and also
i' xi ept Tuesda) i, ria B C. mieQtrie
Rallw ay,
D:00 ��o l I ���        rry Hui,
' -.   ���   urler ITui ��� '��� ��� ;"'
9:30  a.m.���Van    ivei   ������'��� Victoria,
via O. N. R,
8: to a.m.���C. P. It. east (tint'  '���
Sapperton,  Fraser  M11U and
lam.
l:on p.m.���Vancouvi r, Cen t   W
anl Fras'-r Arm. ���
1:30 p.m.���ICast Burt
o._o p.m.���Burquitlam. by court"
2:20 p.m.���Blaine and
luding all U. S. point?
9:40   p.m.���Second   Mall (,rc
tosed  mall from  Sumas. and
Seattle, l��
ail
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster Phone F507
New   Alberta   Deputy   Minister.
Edmonton, April 6.���E. Trowbridge
has been appointed deputy provincial
| secretary to succeed Harold W. Riley.
I resigned.     Mr.   Trowbridge   was   pri-
I vate  secretary  to   Mr.  dishing  until
that minister  resigned  and  was  for
Acreage   and
Easy terms
half  acres;   near  tram.
South Westminster.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting between 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 the said
partnership are to be paid to H. P.
Vidal, and all claims against the said
partnership are to be presented to the
said H. P. Vidal, by whom the same
will be settled.
Dated  at the  City of  New  West-
merly conected with the public works j minster, I). C, this 31st day of March
Five  and  two acre   blocks
oils.    Easy  terms.
department at Regina.   He came out
west from Ingersoll, Ont., In 1I��00.
1910.
and    cu
H.
G.
P. VIDAL.
\V.  BACCHUS.
35  City   Lots.    Scott     Road
|160, third cash, balance G,
IS months.
station.
1 '   and
15 Acre farm; well stocked anl in
good cultivation; with furniture
and equipment   Easy terms.
120   Acres;   (200
Good terms.
R. S. PRINCE
auditor and accountant,   i White Star���Dominion
Hooks Opened on Approved Systems. :
per   acre;   close   in.
15  Acres;   all   under  crop;   <i  cows,
horses and equipment; $.',000; ��2 >
cash, remainder on terms.
132   Feet   on   Columhla   street,   New
Westminster;  excellent view; double corner, with residence.
HALL
Agent   for  the
SAFE   COMPANY
Clnclnnatti, Ohio.
none
P.  O.   Box  796.        H^^^^^
Office:   Room   9.
Westminster   Trust   Block.
Canadian Service
578,
I S.S
Two excellent lots; North Vancouver;
double corner; $100 cash, balance to
suit
40 ft. Waterfront  ;three minute
the bridge;   $50 per foot.
from
APPLY- ^^^^^^^^^^^^
A.  G.   MARSHALL,
Real Estate Office. Phone F. 507
South Westminster. >
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FOR F1HST  CLASS
JOB PRINTING
GO TO Til 10
ARROW PRESS
739   FRONT  ST.,   WINDSOR   BLOCK
Proprietress, Mrs. M. Donilny,
J. W. PAY
LANDSCAPE  GARDENER.
Twenty years experience at. lawns,
boulevards,    sodding,     grading     and
pruning   of   all     kinds.     Satisfaction
guaranteed.   Orders solicited.   Apply
KELLINGTON BROS.
Begbie  Street.
TENDERS
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
LAURENTIC���
Triple   screw,   14,900  tons.
S.S.  MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,    14,900   tons.
largest   and    most   modern.     .,���
commodation  equal  to any crossing  the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
The
Ac-
BUY THIS
and Watch Your Money Grow
Newton Road, 160 acres for $120 per acre.
THINK OF IT
and
cleared
Chicken
160 acres on Newton road, with 8 acres
thoroughly   cultivated, Good House,
House, etc.   Never again can be duplicated.
Adjoining similar property unimproved sold on
Saturday for $150 per acre.   Future values double.
REWARD
     ���>'   ($50.00)   dollars  will   ���  H
Tenders solicited for repairing and |���L.."!'.n"11'!0., that  wlu  Kec"''>  the
removing   St.   Patrick's   ball.     Plans ! , , ,llc  I"'c'son or Persons
and specifications can be seen af St. [, ? fl5��?" sl,ade trees "" Hlll('l<-
Louls college, A. L. Lavery anfl ;����� x. , et> *!r ?f a?y Person damag-
Small and Buoklta's office ,Dg bo'""'ards in the city.
Tenders   to   be   extended   to   April I    ny ord<-'r, \V. A. DUNCAN
16, 1910. Cltv (.,.,.'.
FATHER O'BOYLE.     'City  Hall, March  20, 1910.
NATIONAL FINANCE CO.
LIMITED
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 515 Curtis Block 657 Columbia St.
mBTTOTKHgiL '  .'���
>jE��DAV
APRIL  6,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
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.acrosse Goods g
;aseball Goods
listing Tackle
DISTRICT COUNCILS
AT
Buy Early while
Stuck is Complete
_,- j>lumbia Street���665
WvJ
heV Westminster, B.C.      g
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j    Second-Hand    Furni-
.ought   and   Sold
(igent8   for   Bnynes'    Cnrrhges
pital   Milk   Separators
Second-Hand    Eicycles    from
.10   to   $25.00
GENERAL   REPAIRING
���Yont Street
Phone 275
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lineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
IfiEW WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Iphone 13, Office. Eighth St
E'jr.'NABY.
The regulai of the i mncll
ws beld on Saturday; present his
worship Reeve Byrne, Councillors
Stride, i oldlcott, .McKee, nil] and
Rumble.
Communications were receive 1 and
dealt \\i':. ai  :. Hows:
From Ci ntral Park Agricultural
. .Mon requesting grant <���; .
wards  the  prize  list fur the a
exhibition.    Referred  to  the  fin:
commli tee
Petition from A. C. Blam an : o
:���    ii Jtlng I:.   ... incil  io ab ilii:.    ..
"ih. e ol pound ki eper for Ward  i toi
the  present   aa  the   petltioi ers   wen
unable   to   pa tun    i i       i. ,
summer   bi . on     Councillor    M
. -t\ t   not! ����� ni  inti...!... I n   ....
mi ni in l'n ii. i Bylaw i the tn:-.'.
.... eiinj  ci ci .���   ���
From   Thomi erd tary
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b 1 Ilea m Nn; 1 li \ an ou	
"Thai this im etlng is ci the op nion
that  the best inten .1 du-
n thai  ii.    i     ....     of British
1      imbla   he   .       ��� : 1.     ��� .
Mainland in a p i 1 a 1 nl I ious 10
the  pi    ���   ' of pop ilal I  a  on
.aid, aid thai a .     leri
ing of the commil tees from  the  vai
1      inunicl       ii    was in be an an. 1 1
v iih a \ ie a' to 1 ion ol a Bite
to be agri    I ..���   'Co mcillor Rui
and lhe Ri     1 e appointi i on this
tee.
From City Clerk, Vanco iver, ei
Ing 1 es olul lon  pa   ed  with 1 cfi n
Lo 1   lo ol   ;��� .1 Ih 1 .. .1 pro) 1 rtj   lying
in municipalilii 10 nl  to Vi
ver and   1 equi     1 ���   reeve to ex
amine   propel tj    bi 1    si  ninj    plan
Of subdivision,    The reevi 1 thai
11    1 1 implied with the law in
evei y respect  and  also 1 1    on
physical   featun      I   ing     liowi I
tb ,  were tin  flrsl to take ai with
n fen m e I 1 minimum area of 1 n -
quaiii r acre lol
From n. C.  E.  Ry. stating that instruct ms  had 1   en glvci   the gi
al   suporintendenl   to   proceed   wj!th
thi pb tl  .1 ol lmpro\   n ents which
1, ni] any bad agi 1 ed to carry < ul at
Central   Park.
1    From   T.  .:.   Nickson   &  Co.,  with
refei ence to ci ushed rock.    Refi rred
iard of works.
The finance committee n comn ended paj ment of the following acco
Board   of  works,   $15876.85;   Finance
$1196.03;   Poilce,  $1 ?6.12.
The board of works reported as fol
lows: Thai the sum of $6000 he plac
ed to the credit of each Ward p
mad purposes.   Mr
������' wi 11 on 11 e grounds adjoining Pal
atlon.
Rei lived 1 hal the report be adopted
and   committee  empow ered   to  mak 1
rangemei      foi   contract  for boi Ing
���.'.1 11 up to ::��� 0 feet.
The i rade   License bylaw was n ad
I second I
\  ri Solution was passe,1 that nn hills
for labor or material  Issui .1 by  con-
: acti 1 a wi  h.l he paid until the council bj resolution decide as to the am-
-.117:1 due said contractor.
A  resolution  was also passed that
. ; ins In  future shew- a lane not
I,.'   11 feel  In the rear of sub
ons into city lets.
cl   rge for the use of the hall
f, ���   dancing was  fixed al  $5 for the
evi   Ini
I   e   council   then   adjourned   until
Saturday, April 16, at 2:30 p.m.
liO THIRTY-TWO KILLS      I
TO ATI END A DANCE
FOR SALE
������I
Dawson     Devotees     of     Terpsichore
Br. ve 45 Below Zero to Attend
Entertainment.
SURREY.
Sin
The council mi t al  the Town Hall,
1 ) i'i ntro, on Saturday, the Re ve
...1 1  all  the   u eml 0      bi ing   presi  1
1 I e minuti s of the pn 1 ious m 1
Ing were read and confli
Com svere   rec< ived   as
. s;
From Assistant 1      itj   Minister of
ie and Fisbeil ��� nclos-
Ing plan ana desi water lol
ia  . . mlahmoi        ��� n* by A
T.   R. I ������ .  and
11 .. anj
. 1 tlons to 1       . I
Ri 1 elved, and the clei k lusti ucti I I
1 eplj  that tin no object Ions.
1 ... n ,1.11.11 elll, 1 ipt, G. N. Ry.
Co., Everett, V\ asl . re > tearing 1 1
(liu lies one ball mile south of T) in
In    I stal lon, ad Isl     1.   ha
tin   road de]   rlmenl  1 1 ha\e this
ended   to,   also ai king   for   fui th
; . re 1      ert at  South  \Y    ���
:    ister undi r tin lr  tracks     Ri .
ed, the cli 11. to a-;. for i"'i mlsi lon to
pa!    ll:   a   Hi.,i.l   bOX,
Fi '"a 1'   S   Keith, disl 1 i< 1 registi ar,
saying Franci s 'l urner had died a cav-
���        Received       1   clerk
11 ti l  to  write  Sun ej
ake action to get ca I
From the pro; Inci I se   otary, i aj -
Ing thai ai. appi il to I he li. utenant-
1   ln-coun< il   ha\ ia.;   ; iken   by
Mi ssi s. Burns an.l  Walk, ��� 1  0:1  I ,     ill
ef ihe ow nei s of a pi oposed subdh i-
Slon   of   part   of   l.ot   :.���'.'   \   against   the
action of the Municipality of Surrey
in the matter, that there will he a
1 c.ii Ing of ail \ aiths interested be-
the executive council on April
1: in the forenoon.    Reci ived.    1 ���
clerk to writ, a statement of the cas-
10 ihe provincial secretary showing
the council only asked tor pi "per alii w anee eblng made for re ids, ami
, ii, 1, on, -1 F, .1. MacKi n.'.ie. . I 1..
A., to look alter the matter on behalf
. of the Municipality.
From .!. Churehland, tendering his
resignation as police magistrate to
take effect today. Received and restg-
Dawson, April 5.���Thirty-two miles
through a temperature of 45 degrees
1 clow   zero to attend  a  dance  was  lhe
little exploit of a number of Dawson-
who 1, ii her,. Friday al noon.
1.1. weni 10 Remington's road house
on l p: ci Dominion, where they were
entertained hy the bachelors of ihe
in ighborhood,
Nine Dawson people attended the
dance, and mi their way 1 icked up at
1 an.l   oilier  creek   points   se\ 1 n
oil.1 is. making a total ol  sixteen  who
arrived at  the place of entertainment
iltaneously.    Most  of tin-    party
wen    ia   .    la I ge  stage  drawn   h\   four
horses.   Some wi nl in single rigs. The
1 1   I, Oui,1 1   Ol   ll ese  in   1 he  pai ty
wei 1     5 Oling    folks,    wil ll    jusi    elli Ugh
ll   I    peOI le    I I,,!:"     le   ai\ e    a
1 .ml I,, tie setting.
Happy .lack Suttli s, tlie miner min-
Btn and soi       from
Da '   he   and   lhe   miners   oil
1      cn rided thorn mm ie    Peo
pie fn ; of the I lomlnlon
were only 1 hose  within
:.      ngton
���   1
;y owner
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1 1
<J��oAAA cash down buys the best business prop-
(p^U^'VP evty on Begbie street; close to
Columbia, main street.   Balance very easy.
$�� /\A cash down handles a 12 room modern fine
��3UU double house, located at centre of city,
close to 6th street, rents at $.'50 per month. Price
now $2900.
placi
Comox Land District.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take  notice  that   John   Eikens,  of
Boone, occi ; al ion butcher, Inti mis to
apply for permission ot  purchase the
following ii' sei ihed  lands:
Commencing at  a  post  planted nt
west end of Cedar island, containing
' i ai res, more or h ss.    Applying for
(he   whole   isiand.   which   is   situated
at ihe west end of Midsummer island.
JOHN  EIKENS.
SHERMAN II. FORD,
March lo. 1910. Agent.
Guichon Hotel
17 IT" lillimiHIIlilllllT E3WUBZSOS
tf*OAAA cash down buys 200 acre- of land, rich
$^UU<J black soil, sub-divided into 20 acre
blocks, facing Stave Lake Road, price only $l<) per
acre. Tlie limber itself is worth more. rr""~ c<--"-
Lake Power Company is going to have
there in the very near future.
C. S
The Stave
car service
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ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOOD-
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
NEW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Columbia   St.
visionaliy for roaa pu.-^p.   -��.��.-- ^
dair be allowed $10 for removal or      ^^ QKy cle_k
; MEALS AT THE
^yUoxi Hotel
m .��;���..'. by expert white
li --.���-.��� leanest and most
1 n   In  the  city.
ImEAL TICKET   $4.50
��  �����������������
figby Electric V/orks
_ ,,..^^^^^_ i..,,,m in,  i iBra nf Vancouver, re
fenc i Moscrop road. That the.New J���M$ o\   tli,   ,,,.,.   of   Muni-
Westminster council would beat   hall .             examining property ami con-
the cost of cul on Eighth street sum V,;  ��� ,',i,e     -      -  ������ '" ""��� >'
to exceed $200 nnd that Mr. Mac- Uneing mem
New  Westminster
Phcne 13.
WORKS���Corner
J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
Eleventh  and  Carline.
PHONE 473
nol
man who wires your house places
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Phone
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Opp.   Tram   Office
No.  304
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Gasoline
fed Cross
Closet
AGENTS
Lighting
Sanitary
and Lavery Block
Co-.ox Land District.
T2Strlct of Coast Range One.
�� notice that Joseph Storms, of
occupation farmer, intends to
jr permission to purchase the
f2?"�� described lands:
nti'.e.i.i,,!; at a post  planted  in
Wd     a   "n wost 8ll01'e of Triangle
'   Applying  for  the   who.e   is-
containing   40   acres,   more   or
1 su��tit(.d south of Crib Island.
���IOSKP11 STORMS.
March i,   .^RMAN II. FORD.
arch W, 1910. Agent.
Jwisev
Comox Land District.
Tuk   ,nC! ��f Coast Ra"9e Orfk.
i��',rn!��Ucc ,hat Alven Iiouchen, of
pplv (,.. lpa,lon farmer, Intends to
ollowinc r!"rralss'on to purchase the
c'0mmondnrrlbed ,and8:
IBmal g at  a P<��t planted  in
Nelhi." * lho south shore oil
m
Bsor,
*ntt_St,lf! S-R-polnt or Har
|!:.:
'9 or
land.
'*ss.
containing 20  acres,
Applying for the whole
pherson inei.au. specifications for the
work  and submit  same to them  for
approval.   Thai si Ificatlons bo prepared for grading Third avenue from
Firsl street to Cumberland road, and
20 chains of Murchie road from Vancouver road.    Thai the following ten-
di is he accepted: Clearln ; and grading Sixth avenue from Fourth Btreel
��� ast  10 cliains at  ..IT | er chain:   grading 13 chains of iea.1 hetw, en blocks
T and 27, D.L. 35, Messrs Phllpol  and
Sinclair at   $38 per chain;  clearing 40
cliains  of  Victory   read,  se, lien   1.   A.
Parkinson al $8.60 per chain; section
.'. .1. Taylor al $5.75 per chain; grading Buller road :; I chains. J. Taylor,
Bectlon 1, at $27.50, section 2, at $16.25
per chain. That the Power House road
be repaired from the Vancouver road
to ii  polni   aboul   10  chains  south   of
the li. C. E. Ry.   That thc projecting
stones be removed from the road bed
of the Vancouver read from the City
Limits ahout  5 chains wesl and that
tho  road   be   made  good   with   .ravel
obtained from pits on Tenth avenue.
Tenders  be  called   for  completion   of
Capital   Jlill   Street,   slashing   Armstrong  avenue,   grading   5   chains   of
Pllllllpa  road,  and  slashing 'Ju chains
of  Snake   Hill.    That   traction  engine
he   hired   from   Mr.   May   at   $60   per
month and that electric blasting battel y be purchased.
The plan committee reported
the   following   plans   had   heen
witli as follows:
l. The following being approved;
Hloiks 23 and 24 in D, I.. 32; Hlock
40 in D. I.. SS; Blocks 56, 67 and 58,
l��. i.. 33; Block 3 In 0, I. 158; Bl n ks
79, 80, 81 and 112 in D, L. 86; Lol
7 in Block I D. 1. '..''��'.. Lol 8, Block I.
li. i, 20,6; D. L, 165A (portion); Lots
1, ���_'. 3 and I in Block C, 1). L. 86;
Lots 6, T and 8 in Block 18, D. L, 189;
Lot 7, Block 19, D, L, is ; D, L 116
(south hali i. Blocks 1. 2 and 6, l> L.
K7;   Block '.'. D, L. 99,
2.    The   follow im;     were     referred
hack:  Block 22, D. L. 32, for 33 fool
road allowance on east side of hlock;
Blocks 6, 7 and 8, D, L. 96, for hall
road allowance hetween Blocks * nnd
i B; Block 57 and portion of Block 38,
I). L. 153, to gel McKay road widened
out to 33 feet on the west. Block 3,
Lots l, 2 and 8, D. L. 90, for lane allowance.
The waterworks committee reporti ,1
that at. a joint, meeting thev  tecum
mende.l to the council the laying of
pipes on the following streets.    Mara
road, Arthur road, 1'ercival toad. Ileit-
ford   road.   Short,  road,   Alice
Henry   street,   Heat rice  street
avenue, Mary avenue, and  Humphrey (
avenue and  roads to Hlock  (1,  D,   L,
96.   Engineer Henderson now had the
matter   In  charge   and   recommended ! toiul,
calling for tenders for $13,000 d< hen- j work
tures   on   the   hasls  of   his   estimates
for the work.    Report adopt ei
The   committee   appointed
the li. C. B. Ry. reported thai the
company had agreed to fix the works
In accordance with the original contract and further recommend removing a small hill opposite the Presbyterian church on tiie Vancouver rond.
The committee appointed to meet
F. S. Clarke reported having located
several suitable sites hetween West
Burnaby and Central Park for slnk-
a well and recommended that the
ves it is in the besl
inti i est of tbe public In I n i appi ov-
ing plans of subdivision.    Received.
From ll. T. Thrift u assls Ing the
settlers to obtain title to their land.
Received and laid over (or further
consideration.
From .\l. M. Wilson requesting to
have a poi tion ol the i ow n Ll ie mad
0] em d, Roceh ed and ri Eei i ed to
t ounclllor Murphj.
l- rom  John   Oliver  re  gazi tting  a
road   lo   legal   Subdivision   3  Ol   section
; township J.   Received,
From Whiteside & Edmonds asking
to have C. M. road ditch completed
ai once. Rei elved. Reeve to Bee Mi.
Draper and have work completed as
soon as possible.
From .1. ll. Brownlee encloslni
print of proposed Bubdh Islon. U
ed, i lans acceptable,
From residents, n petition for
to I e done on the l.atliniei  and 1 lai
Prairie   roads   under  the    local
proven.ent   scheme.     Received,
The   following  appropriations  were
made:    Ward  1. $600 on C.  M, road
north of Town Line; $200 on the Town
lane wesl of C. M . $200 on the Dall
ey road; $500 On the Hjorth road; *1'"
on   the   11.   P.   mad   south
Line;   $100   on   C.   V.   mad
Hjorth   mad;   $100     on   I'arls   roa
Ward   2,  $60  lei   Pike  mad;   $300 f
Town   Line   road.   $200   tor
load; $60 for new Ladner toad
::.   $200   for   K.   fi   M.   II.
I'm-   McBride   mad;   $100
md;   $200  for   Mud   May
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. blue
ecelv-
work
im-
$ I no
el Town
noi ill   of
lljoit
Wai
road:   $600
for    Wade
i-oad    Waul
4. $400 for C. M. road; $400 for C. V
road-  $400 tor ii. P. road-  I "   <
newMcLellan n id    U��0 rordj*
Lilian  mad.  $250  tor  now   Uttimer
$1B0   for   At.de, sen   road,   $50
toTW rVi��uuS.^
road; $  or K. fi m. |l ' ���' ,   .   ,,
'"I     I I.     '        ' '  '    ' ' , .      m       , on
Bamford road;  $300 on C. M. roaa.
j-jljo on  Elgin  10,10.   tt
M    11.  road. ���������
��� ;,.,_, [oaoWing ace,.,,.... weie P������
and cheques issued
ei
Dr,   E.   H.
nil lovln $4,
work
(in.    William
road.  Ward   I. $16;
0Ulvert,   Vale   road.
1,
McBwen,  services  fir.
|.  i  Churehland, salarj
'���, March 31 ns'pollce magistrate, $16i
,  ,"  ' Ipihart   work  on  lljor. , 1.
Ward I. �����! William BothweU
q    m.   Road,   Ward
Hicks, work C,  V
,u!"',r" ff'St rThomw. work on
^"V1 �����������:;; i 2   $30;  Surrej   Bhlngle
&rD' 1���;;;:;;:,:;:.���'���"::,o;;'V:1
vv'"'1 ;'.' wkrdC IBO; James Ortttett.
M' ,"i",ltUl."\, ...id. Wind 6, 63;
ey> NK"lli ,1, nose road, Ward
*' ,.���". i? 1161.831 B. Northern,
,.   , ��'s'K����ri&^
April 16, at 1 P.m.
street,
Btrlde
We are going to help build a Y. M. C. A.
We have arranged a Furniture Sale, Commencing Monday
to the end of April and are giving to the Y. M. C. A. building
fund 5 per cent, of our total cash sales. Each day a Y.M.C.A.
official will check the amounts''.)f our sales and at the end of the
month we will hand him a cheque for the sum due.
We have adopted this method purely to help along the Y.M.C.A.
As the price concessions we intend making during this Sale will
not'allow us much margin of profit, we want to be able to hand
over to the Y. M. C/A. as big a sum as possible, so we have
reduced our prices to make it worth your while to buy your Furniture, Carpets, etc. from us this month. Even if you are not
enthusiastic over the Y. M. C. A., our special reductions on all
goods should attract your attention and claim your patronage.
Watch  Our Ads  Each  Day for   Special Bargains.
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son. work
Council
a. nln ou Saturday^	
,     __$&!$**��<**
Lafltte   today,   wm  WOT
Flschofs Indian   ^�� ��� ar
La Grange,  for  three  >ear
a ALVEN HOUCHEN.      I ing a well and *_���K__^___tSm ! M~000.  w"as  won
bv   Eugene
Thei   Prlx
olds,  of
K.   Vander-
DENNY  &  GALLOWAY
HOME FURNISHERS
43-45 Sixth Street. New Westminster, B. C
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WEDNESDAY.   APRIL   6,   1910.
THE  FISHERIES  PROBLEM.
It is perba]
di   ��� l at that the 1
cry   Interests  at
soi e in regard t<   I nditl
affairs coi nected
ing in the lower Fraser.    Tiie . ���
report   <,(    I:
ealls attention to the I    t that a very
trylnf
dlan   : !   by
the protectivi ��� ns i
tbe   Dominion   wl  I      method
Live i        cter i        .     .
Amerii   -,   n  I . inati
formation of tbe ���
tbat the Ami ricans ci
salmon  as  tbi y comi    ip the rivei
from the sea befon Cai
dlan    waters,   and
hauls by tbelr tra] i.   ','
tion  bristles  wltl
is to be bopi I the ernmenl --������ i.i
be able to come to some satl
arrangemenl with our i i on the
otber side of the line, by which I i
seiiish and gn ' :.- mi th >ds ol I hi
American fishing inl rests may be
put an end to.
Under prevailing clrcum tances It Is
hard to counsel patience, Bul reallj
this is the only course ti.;,; can be
advantageously adopted. Just bu
difficulty existed at one tirpe in connection with the ftsherii on . ��� great
lakes, tbe utter destructloi ol ���' .
was threatened by the methods of the
Americans. Strong representations
were made to the Ontario govt n lent
and finally, after lengthy negoiati
and many rebuffs from powerful interests in the state.-; bordering on
the international waters, arrangements were come to for restrictive
regulations of a mutual character. So
far as the Fraser river fisheries are
concerned there will only be the sl tti
of Washington to deal with, and it
should not be Impossible to er,..,;:. to
some favorable ondi rstanding with the
authorities  there.
NEWCOMERS   TO   THE   WEST.
" ������   gT< ���'' -' wl :������   ���:. in' ������������.��� and
'     -' '    ' ite in the . ,
Hemlfi]      e.    The sei  nd f ictor was
of origin   ;.:. 1 the I       :
. ���  .   - ���      ���      twei
Btal       trlcl
���    ���      I most atl
wen      I on I of thi
1
���  I
and  offered  to  I
���
���  had a fascli
-.    i 1     .;���  the
si ell of life on
... . ions ol
������  ��� n number:     1    A
mid bi     i    pled In winter  i : rea  of high atmospheric
(2) 1 ti    or should sho'.v
; ked  diffe In te   pei ature
���   ���   winter and    imi i I
..   .���.    day ai            I       (4)
ild tend to 1    an Invi
weal        chi           between 1
nd (5)
,   ��� the
luxurlanci   of the vegel I
diminish steadily from thi
I   i centre.    Aus ralla satisfied
.  com-
pleti n any i    er continent
Thi     pedal feature of tl
ian  |   , was  Its I
age < the Brl i race. The voyage
to Australia was .- i lengthy and < x-
:   ��� ���    t lt 1    I thi     etei rent ef-
fecl  tl      eml     nl    co ild  nol  ���
<��� ��� r p
��� ��� .-.    N'evei tbelesi    of  the  po
Hon of Australia at tbe lai t cei
(11 il), 95 94, or all tost ! ������ pi i
were  born either in Australia or the
Unite! Kingdom.
Much stress had been laid in recent
on  the dreline in the  Austral-
Ian birth-rate, so it might be remark-
ed that the natural increase of popu-
, tl :i   was   above   the  average.    In
i ilia   and   New   ealand  togethi r
the natural Increase was higher than
in tiie British Isles, are! was ( xcee li  i
In  Europe only by Bulgaria, Holland
and Servia.
It was true that the rate of increase
in Australia was less now ti.an formerly, but even in the bad years (1901-8)
it. was 14.9 per 1,000 p'-r ai mm,
whereas the corresponding figure for
Canada, though they were years during which Canada mady especially
rapid   progress,   was   only    13.3    per
I. , and that of the United  States
16.2 per 1,000. The Australian natural increase was still above the average, though, considering the vast
es s'ill unoccupied, it would be all
���  ���   b( tter if it were faster.
TBANS ANDEAN TUNNEL     I REPORTED DEAD LAST WEEK
NOV/ FORMALLY OPENED     BIT NOW MICH BETTER
I
Chilean and Argentine Comn   ssloners   K   ig
Travel   Over  Lir.e   Made   Possible F e
hy  Great   Engineering  Feat
.:   . s    Den   :e   Stcry    Was
f_7 ; Between   Rais
and   Has   Michael.
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LONDON  OFFERS  PAGEANTS
TO   VISITORS   THIS   YEAR
ARTILLERY AT  PETEWAV.'A.
Twelve   Corrplete   Batteries   Will   Go
Into   Camp   Every   Season.
Ottawa,   April   5.���Ten   or   twe   i
i. : i] leti    Beld   I itterles   wil    ; ���'
theli   annual   trail it.-   at   !'��� tewawa
this  year.     The batteries   of  C
will  Bend   detac :��� ��� nts  to  take  part
in ti,-   ���  in petltlvi   Bring
It is the intention ol the department to send diffen nl complete batteries to the big i p ��� ach year.
'Thus the twelve batteries going to
Petewawa this summer will camp near
. their own headquarters next year, and
only send up detachments and twelve
other batteries will go Instead.
In this way nearly every field battery will go to Petewawa every second year.
Recent 9e\>ari - . bow ��� hat an altogether iinpreo lent . iei of immigrants are coming to ..-. from the
mother country this year. Inasn
,^s |thi�� movement will serve to relieve the trouble caused by the sur-'
plus of population In Great Britain,
and will furnish Canada with some
portion at least, of the men and women she Kr, badly needs, it will prove
an lAieileitt thing for l^oth countries. There is al o the very satis-'
factory circumstance that the status
and character of these immigrants is
of a high order, lt. is now generally
recognized that Canada wants active.
intelligent, and honest workers, and
tbat she has no use for ne'er-do-wells
and misfits. This is the excellent, outcome of the policy of restriction and
selection adopted by the Dominion
government two years ago.
Coincident with this tide of immigration from across the Atlantic we
have tho great Influx of farmers from :
the United States on to the prairie
lands. Those are Invariably men of
substance an I the total value of their
personal properly is considerable. The
vast majority will make good Cana- '
dlan citizens and their .advent will
result In the population of vast areas
of land In the northwest.
Though   comparatively   few   of   the
Immigrants,   either   from   Europe   or
south   of  the   houndary   will   come   to
BrltislifUoliiinhia,   our   province   will
derive    benefits    from    the    general
movement in more ways than one.    It.
will   cause   ;t   considerably   increased
demand  for our  lumber,   whilst   there
will also be a greater call for the fruit !
��nd   nuirkot  garden   produce   of   our i
lands.    Then,   too,   many   of  the  old
pralrlc farmers are selling out to the
newcomers  and  removing  to   British
Columbia.    We know of several recent
Instances in   which   land  in   this district has heen sold  to sturdy,  IndlW-
trlous  men  from  the  east,   who will
at onco proceed  to  put the holdings
they have acquired Into the best state
Of  cultivation.     On   all   hands   it   is
agreed   that   there   will   he   quite   a I
large settlement in the Fraser valley j
this year, a circumstance which will >
mean a material addition to the commercial prosperity of the Royal City. !
AI TIIE HOTELS
RUSSELL.
T. II. Foster. Kamloops.
Fred O'Neill, Chicago,
J.  A.  Kerr, Seattle.
V. A. Wolfendi n, Victoria
M.  K. McLeod.  Vancouver.
VV. !'.  Murray, Vancouver.
L. M. Stock, Toronto.
WINDSOR.
D. A. Johnson. Klgin.
F. W. Reid, Albion.
C.  Foy, Tyron,  P.  lv I.
.John Hodson, Armstrong,
II.   Barnes,  Kelowna.
M. G.  McLeod,  Vancouver.
Mis.  B,  K. Rise, Fort Langley.
Make  Dash for Liberty.
Edmonton,   April   5.���A   daring   attempt to escape on the part of a con-
' viet in the penitentiary wns made on
I Sundaj morning when Peac ick, of Calgary,   in   for  tour  years, broke from
Ithe ranks of the convicts as they were
! going   to   .-' rvlce  iti   the  chapel   and
��� ��� .. avored to -a>-'. away.   He was shot
in the arm by a guard after the latter
' had called on him to halt.
Close   Red   Light   District.
Belllngham, April  5.���Chief of Police   Cade   has  ordered  the  restricted
district to be closed.
:i ��� ��� ���. . ; :��� ant-
ry is offered to vl Itors tl a yi ar in
London. There is to be tin Pi g inl
ol Empire at the Crystal Palace���a
Bpi Ctacle of unusual magnitude and
gnil cence; tiie military pagi nl
at Fulham; and now a pageant Is anno u . ed in conm ctlon with the re-
erection of Crosl :��� Hall on the s;v i :
Sir Thomas Moore's garden at Chel-
.-1   .
It was in the hall that part of his
"Utopia'' was written, and In the garden in his after years, he entertained
Erasmus. Tiie pageant will reproduce
in a succession of scenes the history '
Of Crosby Hall, from its foundation by
Sir John Crosby till 1694, when the
then Lord Mayor entertained Queen
Elizabeth at the hall. In later Bcenei
will be seen some of the more famous '
residents of Chelsea, Including Swift,
Atterbury, Cailyle, George Eliot and
Whistler.
Till a couple of years ago most Am-
ericans "seeing" London, lunched at
Crosby Hall, then a great city restaurant. For a while the fate of the famous building was in doubt. Then,
when tbe otlice builder came crowding
on Its limits, public subscribers carried  it  bodily  to Chelsea.
In addition to these highly colored
spectacles there may be political dl-
verslans, for some hot bloods of the
Labor party predict that if the Conservatives win at tbe threatened general election in tho summer, agitators
of the North will lead mobs on London rather than submit to the abandonment of free trade.
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* WHERE DO YOU BREAKFAST ? 1
Let   us  tell You   about   the advantages   of   Breakfasting   at   the t
"Royal   Cafe":    First,   Everything  is   neat   and   clean;   Second,  The a
food   is  simply  delicious���tempts  the  palate;   Third,  the  service  is ���
swift;  Fourth, Prices are moderate;  Fifth,���But why say more? Come 4
tomorrow morning. a
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A WHITE AUSTRALIA.
'0
Professor J.  W. Gregory,  before a
meeting  of  the   Royal   Geographical j
society ln the theatre, Burlington-gar- j
ilens, read a paper on "The Geograph- j
leal  Factors that Control  the Development of Australia."
Professor Gregory said that the
first fudumcntal factor In the geography of Australia was its isolation, In
spite of which It had already become
New Westminster!
New Westminster!
New Westminster!
Is ringing in every investor's ears.    It is the topic of the day.     The
city of undoubted possibilities.
The property we offer for sub-division is by its location, its natural
beauty, its accessibility from the city, destined to be the most prominent sub-division in Westminster Real Estate.
ABOUT 160 ACRES, 10 MINUTES FROM CHILLI-
WACK CAR LINE, JJJAINUTES FROM ANNIEVILLE
10 MINUTES FROM THE CITY BY GASOLINE
LAUNCH. ALL HIGH LAND, SLOPING GENTLY
TOWARDS RIVER. THE MOST_ MAGNIFICENT
VIEW OF THE RIVER, CJTY AND SNOWCAPPED
ROCKIES FROM ANY PART OF  THIS PROPERTY.
CALL-CONSULT--BE CONVINCED
BRENING & COMPANY
Merchants Bank BSdg. New Westminster
-THE
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A Snap in
If You'Need One, Here's Your Opportunity
ndred   ol   them   In   all, and   ;
An . stra  large
oft and pi rfei   Ij   fr< e trom :   li
!    t, : ���   ���   Bi ���>. Q illt, and II i the
imlt when you      i    e i       i    thesi        1
���     old soiled i toi '.. i very B] read cleai
���I
JJ     window;  you wll] be unable to resist   the   I
��j     : [spread al , . ..
Marcella Spreads $2.75
A beautiful spread In soft Marcella. White onlj
extra si/.-, and a Bpread that can hardly fall to
Size 76 x 96.    $2.75 each.
Down and Feather Pillows |
We carry a large Btock of Bed Pillows in a �� ��� range of i -
designs and snip..-. Hock, Down and Feather I I. From $1.25
per pair.   Ask to see them.
v.  -._.-.    v-
Colored Bedspreads
In  Blue and White and Red and   White  only.    A     .
service you  will  find difficult  ;o beat.   $1.25 and $1.50.
Extension Rods
Two styles In  Brass  Extension    Rods;    neat   fittings,  very ����
pact and well finished.    25c and 50c each.
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
Watches...
High Grade Watch Movements at
CHAMBERLIN'S, The Jeweler
Official C. P. R. Time Inspector.
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JUST ARRIVED
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Onion Setts
SEEDS OF ALL KINDS j
Ryall's DrugStore\
EYES TESTED FREE BY OPTICIAN     ##*#**'
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
jjjjfl WINS       (BEHING BILLS ME
%GOOD BILLIARDS    NEAR. NALPASSAGE
1 pnnta Gordon of: Effort  lo Reconsider Me;
rack i3caL^
HOUSE  AND   LOT
I. ......... ���.........���....�����������.
hcouver.
i players Lose
All    Other
sures  Before   New York
Assembly Fail.
Albany,   X.   Y.,   April   5.   The   Ag-
series  or  games I new-Perkins    hills,    prohibiting    i
L Billiard Cup was' book  mailing  and   n pi alln \   the  ex
Icte'       [llnlon   Trust   pool    em]  lon   from   general   respon
|i .,.!   ti,,,   local   men   which members of racing associations
f   lowing   they   have   now enjoy under the Percj Graj law,
|i      '       |cot(    heating   liis   were advanced  to the  order of  final
���ri...
on Art id Blackwood  street;   5 rooms, bath  electric
��� cold water;  price   $1,470;   terms   .300 cash,  balance
i pi    moi
2   LOTS  AND   1   HOUSE f  .
:  rooms, bath, W. C,  electric   light;   20   fine   fru,tl   trees;
price $2,025 tor tbe two l its and   house;   terms,   L-3  cash,  balance,
���   ;i ���   month.
HOUSE  AND  LOT  ON  FOURTH   ST.
Near Third  Avenue;   r,  rooms;   modern;    Bplendid   frull   trees;   hot
i   ter,  \v. C,  woodshed; size of lot 50x150 feet  ;lane on
sidi.    We  have exclusive sale of tin 11
I
!":.,���  othi r  games
:   i ie wt s all   ,, ;en'ts a districi In which race track
....,,       ...     .i .           ;,,.,,,(     in.uii.i    that
V 'i,niiver players
yZ-     "'" ,i"al '" '",
[litt: ��� ���  l��=al man scored
' :,   was   given   ;,
e  play   ��as  aboul
had    Ts.   and
e,   man   ran  away
i   time beln
J of Mm.    Some  of  the
..'Tut "Charlie   got   the,
a   few   mlnu ���
opponent    I   '   '
made, both  play-
ion.
,,! hands ai 2 to
I r man. who was the
��� betters, though not
 *.   Anderb rg's
K-as the mo>'  Inti r-
was almost  even,
, oui   with a  break
local   man  48
i e in th,. assembly today, after
a vigorous effort to have them recommitted for a hearing.
This course was comb ed by As-
sembl) man Perkins, backed by Chairman Kou ler, ol i lie Codi s committee,
both of whom declare l thai dm Ing the
two inimt lis t lie bill t wei e In com-
-   mlttee   not   a le   request   for   a
���"   hearing was recelvi d.
Mr. Clarke, of Brooklyn, who rep-
Northern Crown
HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG
Inte esl.; are pi eminent, Insisted i hal
his   constituents  were  entitled   to   ~
Assemblyman     Hoy    and
New  York, took the same
esti d  that  the proper
was to the Judiciary com-
ng the
bearing.
Foley, ol
view, bul
n ference
The attempt to recommit the bills
failed, one \ otlng being 17 to 70, and
another 37 to 74. The minority li ad-
er was one of the few democrats who
opposed the recommital on the final
vote.
i
It was ��� form and did not !
���  ���' with his man.
ts   of   Watt   and   Hart- i
,-eci that they were
iking till allowances
Lee's  place,  the hit-
wired  from  Vancou-
��� ftet noon  thai   he  could
[; count   of  his eyes.
_ . . ��� wll     is tlie score;
I Vdie,   200;    Robertson,
1 Brown, 200; Gordon,
Iota!. 97 I
Westminster���Hartley, 118;
t . 152; Grant. 109; Watt,
I 200;  total, 756.
GOAL FOUND AT LAST
IN NORTHERN ONTARIO
^^^^^^^^^^      HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG    	
Capital, Authorized, -       -       -       $6,000,000
Cacital, Paid Up,       - $2,200,000
A general Banking Business transacted
at all branches.
Accounts of Individuals, Firms, Corporations and Societies carried on most favorable
terms.
Special care given to savings bank accounts.
Branches throughout Canada.
FtOBT. CAMPBELL, J.  P.  ROBERTS,
General Manager. Supt. of B. C.  Branches.
J.  E.  HAWKSHAW, Manager   New  Westminster  Branch
\ ��TK<sTO.T,,tf!Emaw��rna,asii;iittiwBj��i
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. A choice 2 Acre Block
I (corner) situate in Lot
j 30, Block 5, N. R. 2
| west (South Westmin-
| ster).
| $1500���PRICE���$
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Twenty   Miles  of   Coal-bearing   Territory Along the Metagama River
Has Been   Staked.
bank
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, i..,n   i���:iiii   some' ,,,i.,,,,i   unci have leiuincu   no"
SPORT  NOTES.
Whats the Use
What's the use of having a nice
garden, and the 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.
Westminster,
%    Main Office Phone R85 Branch Office Phone L8S    i
4> I
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���       -ng across the river, DON'T  FORGET what is BEHIND you."    j
Westminster City
t
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
There is MONEY in this. STORK and 9-room DWELLING, mod-
ern, corner Second Street and Third Avenue; lot .',0x198. $5,000 is
all we ask;    $2,000 cash, balance arranged  to  suit.
We have EXCLUSIVE sale of this property.
said ai  pri si m. a b-> f
Martin  Shannon  of North     a. ,
  ^.  fnenTna   river   eounii)    1,U,D
.    ....... de|egates to the B. C.   _9t four' different   parties  going  in.
���  .������ today will be en- all poking for coal.
I   I    '   dinner at  the Russell      (.,.liins have  been  staked ana
jthis evening by the Westminster       dd   {(���.   twenty   square   n ''.      .
.representatives* | Story, where an immense^bodyjf
Jranize a 'baseball   team   some
I        ek, after which they will
nge to any  representa-
rganizatlon In the city.
everal   classy   swatters
���    -. ���  lers.
.    n    meeting    ��f    the
b  takes  place  this
_ ; ... conservative  rooms,
��������� ������������- ���.. (. Lusby's store, Co-
a street.
I CARTER & CARVER
a Rm. 6, Guichon Bldg.   Tel. 681 Open Every Evening. J
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tkholean lieutenant
trains army on shis
found.
  territory,^	
.LiE^ER^FiiTFTER jj.'g ffdiffTent piac-es; within
tARRY GRIFFITHS AND WEST   �������_,_   nf  threejnto    along ^he
...Griffiths the big good-natured  fj^^a.s oj the samples ����� Ig
'  will   Play  ^Mhavebpenve^tavoirt^Mdtt^
tvi r this ci lining season, nas
If    Ober    Bilgeri's    Corps    Prospers,
World  May  Lock for  Queerest-
Shod   Soldiers  on   Record.
iGi
live us
Your
terested parties aie  i .���-,
fled   that  good  comniercial  coal   has
jcketful of letters  from   Manager;
Iii  Querrli. of  the Toronto  Te-,
lehs coaxing him to return to his
up.   Yesterday "Griff" received
Itfer that   made   him  (gasp   foil
!.. He didn't half suspect that
18 SO good as the letter intimat-
rso Invaluable to any team. Quer-
<M Griffiths that he was pining,       ,   tn  DBnBB,      -
lor the big fellow, and simply ���� ^ed  with the precious.com
I        e him back.      However, ����"    Should a thorough assay oi
Is I ked  tor  the coast   this *��%%ies brought out an    careM
Iind Toronto will not get. him.    !!" pP(.t!on  of the   deposits  bear  o
pj West, the well known fielder, Reports already  given J7 ^gn
so in demand ln Toronto.   Mana- ����      ld pr0spector8 a fonttauauou
^nitny Murphy, of the Torontos,\<*���^\ I ��� o. HaU^J^tt-gJ
i coal fields will be a mai
, time only.  i.aotilv organ-
ized to Bet w on ��� ,. tor a
fortune's wheel and DC   r      ��� a
dash when ttail^ffi advantage of
led    that    gOOU    cuuiuj.	
at last been discovere.i in northern
Ontario. Tlie coal fields are located
about sixty miles north of the Grand
Trunk Pacific, west of Cochrane, and
from the formation the Metagama
I river seems to have cut through an
immense bed of coal, ns it Is found
on   both   banks,   and   the  high   cliffs
I-. ,...,. of  the  Torontos,
l! West back there this summer.
Billy doth  not   want   to  go.    He
lie can make too much money
luslnesfl oui this way, and anyway
|nds to play on a would-be cliam-
combination. H	
!nson^e!^"to box I^SSwto^n W^'^"^5
1UU.   AND   VOID    IN    BOSTON   'j;;   --e   twenty   Squaro    f^g
territory   Btaked   rep      ^^
c alms,  each  coai  v ,ilons
a mile.   This staking ��^ b      *
tbo Metagama river, a nowing
-uuouu, me  pugiusi,   iii   w���.u, height     Of     �� m Tlip
n agreed to light, box, and if M ^n,ward toward Hudsons Bay^ ^
P
April     r>��� The     superior
4ay annulled a  contract be-
.       A  McLean, of Cbealsea, and
��k Johnson, the pugilist, in which
f'li A.
: years
'da
- exhibitions, on the ground that
*aMng ot such an agreement was
'    In this state and could not
'i    McLean sued the cham-
���'ywelght on a contract made
""ms ago, alleging that   he suf-
images of $10,000 when John-
""ke it in Australia ln 1907.
pHALEN COMING WEST.
rr��se Home Man Leaves Cornwall
or Calgary or Vancouver.
j, ''������"Wall. Ont., April 5���Dtilt.on
J' "ii. of the Cornwall lacrosse team,
lam ,""' "" thQ Vancouver, R. C,
* 13a summer, Phalen says that
lest i lvp on Tuesday next for the
��� v "��t may drop oft at Calgary.
.,'' Rood man on the home field,
1('1(1(,''"IW;'" 1,i,s a lot of good home
���Issert        year iind ho wl" not bP
Ii>eii i. iw muoh  "B  be  would  have
I ���!. ''IS| year.
I   .Vf-WR,." r -t*********M
Is spending a few
ie Wm ''. """ ts yet'^^^^^^^
Hth tl    \    tllls summer.   It may be
'ancoiL     ona,B- "f lf may be with
,,,., ,U(,r, and it
i ,,
,.'"ri' iind is yet undecided where
UJ Play tliig
������timing, or ii may ne wun
JTW, and it may bo with yet
eight .,'.'!' "li,, n0(-';'8 a man of hts
'" ana speed,
^ti(WD,Price for   Rubber.
N Hi,,!   ',1"'11 B.���The unprecedent-
"" Plantnti      M) a l)0UItd was paid
"Thtlv 1   "n ruw rubber at tho fort-
bidding ��?   Mln��toS   lane   today.
ing tnroughout was brisk.
northward towaul( o  ;u.(l  ,-
personnel of the paru pvo.
on   Hie   ground  n��BW OJ there  la
position l��^S^nd genuine about
osmethlng tangible an t g der-fl
SURGEON  SEWS FEE
INSIDE HIS PATIENT
Paris. Apr�� rK^r^^nv?";
hadtorepeatanX^dcJeW
bits of sponge 01 o ici i t I
mon!,,0,r! "b ,tthi stw?Vsolng the
ing table.    But tne Fr0IK,h
���""n ' "'il'.. dis ingulshed himself by
r!fn��B iis fee in the sufferer's ab-
leavlng n�� l;1 .HtohBd it up.
ll0men when he stM0f ^ ��   ^     wfto
The patient was   ��  ^    t
8aW to all the ��jgg^5 the ope,-
to the commences        ^* tmg
atlon for appendloiUB. ,inea.
hp ,���(, before going^S_m his fee
thetlc wns to pay Ihe ������ ftt w,n
with a check ol $-"a����� �� abs0rbent
tossed it aside o    a i   e ^
wool teat was presen y
Later,  when  the last   *        tioQi he
being put [n b ter tnn ^     ^
idpked for be tee jnOJ him �����
lien^Mhe'tuent again and found
Hie fee.
Vienna, April B.���-Preparations for
possible warfare in Central Europe, or
the Near East, engage the attention
of Austrian army orticers all the time.
They know they live right alongside
the   crater 'of   an    lever-threatening
volcano.
Hitherto their    plans    have    been
stronger, however, on the fine weather
side than    under    winter conditions.
Whenever questions were asked as to j
the prospect  of   trouble,   the   answer I
came, "Not yet!   In the spring, per-!
haps, when the snow lifts."
But   if    Ober-Lieutenant    Bilgeri's
corps prospers and neighboring armies
copy  the  equipment,  the  world  may
look for hostilities some day between
tlie queerest shod soldiers on record.
The   ober-lieutenant   was   born    in
j Italy, but he is a naturalized Austrian,
of   the   Kaiser   Jager,   the    Tyrolean
crack  infantry   regiment.     When   he!
I first  proposed  teaching  tils  men the'
j use of Norwegian skis to move them
quickly from one fortress to another
I over the deep snows of the Tyrolean
winter, his superior otllcers smiled at
the odd Idea.
The lieutenant, however, pointed lo
the fact that many peasant fanners
along the mountain sides, hitherto
shut in their homesteads for nionlhs
at a time, and now adopted successfully the skis introduced to the coun-
j try by the foreign participants in win-
ter snort s.
He went ahead with bis experiment
at Kit/.busliel and soon had a body ot
] young men of the best Tryoleun fam-
I Hies able to cross mountains lmpasB-
| able to ordinary troops in winter.
I     They are as smart a set of picked
men as can be found in any army in
the   world.    In   their   light   blue-gray
uniforms,  with  high  cloth   caps to
match,  surmounted  by  brown  curled
cocks' feathers, with a cluster of edelweiss, held In a silver clasp, they form
a sight  to set the hearts of Tyrolean
maids aflutter.
Nor are the skis their only equipment.    Every  officer    among    them
speaks four or five modern languages.
I To  keep  their  tongues  In   action  on
these tangling accomplishments, they
I have what they call their French, Hal-
! Ian, English and Russian nights.   If
| any   man   slips   Into   German,   those
I times, he ls finded 20 cents.
They have long winter evenings, in
the  dreary    mountain    garrisons,  at
Grocery
Business
It Will Pay You
The Timberland Lumber Company,  Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS   OF
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Ask Us for Prices
Office,  Room 8, Thompson Blk. New  Westminster,  B.  C.
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Tea $1.00
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PHONE 193 and 443
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For the latest ln fashionable foot-
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EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
ff ORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
t V'EHYTHING to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
ERSONS other  than  employees  accidentally injured    about    the
premises invariably sue for damages.
> EGAKDLESS of their own responsibility  for the  accident, or the
i       existence of negligence on the part of others.
| N the slightest pretext employees may sue you, even for accidents
" caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
" HE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of
I the accident by wliich  he was injured.
T MPLOYERS and business men can ill afford to assume the risk
���        of this ever-increasing and uncertain liability.
* REDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms
**       Is sometimes seriously impaired by such damage suits.
r O go to law means lass of time,  money,  endless  annoyance  and
* worry.
fOUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are insured.
3NLY insurance against such risks will enable you to fix and reduce
your expenses to a minimum.
JNDER the protection of a Liability Policy in the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and
be  relieved  from  all  such annoyances .
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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APRIL
LAND REGISTRY ACT,
���'
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has beea made to register the Corporation of the Township or District  ol
fe&ttey as the owner in fee simple, un-
dji a TmX Bide Deed from the Reeve]
and   C .rk  of the  Corporation  of  the
lowr. .1 ip or District of Surrey to the
Corpjiai'ti   of the Township or District of Surrey, bearing dates of the
21st  day  of  October,  A.D.,   1905  and
Gist day of December, A.D., 1901, of;
all  and   singular   that  certain   parcel
or tract of land and premises situate
lying and being in the District o: New
Westminster, in the Province of Brit*
ish Columbl l, more particularly known
and described as:    Lot 1 in subdivision i'l of hlock 1 of section        bl i
5 north,  range 2  w<        lots  8 to 37.
Inclusive, of subdi        a. 23
16, bli ck 5, north range 2 wi ���
15 tr, 21, Inclusive, block 11 ol southeast   qu    ter seel Ion   4,  township  9;
lots   ���' ���. and  7. In  subdh Islon 23 < i
Bection   16,   I loi V.   6,   north   range  2,
wesl    lots  22 and 23, In subdh
23 of se< tli n 16, bloi i. 5, north n i ge
2, west;  lots 1, 2, 3,  !, 5, 6, 7.  ���    I I
12, i '��� ck  I of lo   387^   group 2; lots
2 to i   .inclusive, block 14 of southeast quarti Ip 9
lot  5. block 3 of lot :   rA, group 2;
lot 38, bl ii     2 o    lol  387A, gn . ��� 2
I        t, 22, 1 loi k 3 ol               ' quarter   ection 4, township 9; li ts li
bloi k 2 of soul        t i       tei    ectloi
4,  township  9;   lol   22,   block   16  ol
southeast quarter section 4, town
9, map 519; lot 23, block 16 of so iti -
east, quarter .ection 4 township 9.
Vou .-.'ni I In ie claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
an; Interest in the said land by virtue of nny unregistered Instrument,
and all pi i ms clain Ing any Inl ���
in tii" said land by descent, whose
titl< is nol 11 gistei i I undi i I he provisions of Hi" "Land Registry Act."
aii i��� In d ''I contest the clali - :'
the ' purchaser v, Ithin foi tj -fit e
days tn the daj of the fli st publication of this notice upon you, and
in default of a caveat or certificate
of lis pendens being filed within such
I ei lod, or in defa lit of i dei
before registration, you an.l each of
you will be forei er estoppi I
barred from setting up ai
or in r< 5] ect ol 'he said land nd 1
shall regl tei The d po 'inn of the
Township or Distrlcl oi Burn y a -
owner thereof in fee. A:.-', I h^sreb)
order thai  publ of this not
for thirty days in  a daily  r.
]��� .��� iin  :<��� -.'.   ���:. ���  ������      ������
be gi .":������������ ���   :
Dated    t thi   Land  R<      I y Oil   ������
New '      ti   ���   ter  Provii  e of Brii
Col  mbia, I       29th d
D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
I    trict Regl
To D William A. McCal-
;. T. G. Stark, Wil-
llai i   . Henry   Pi    i        Henry
Ke I. Allen Spli
<y ��� rt Lyni
et G. Coo] i r, John Robi rts, Ri. I
Hi ��� Hugh T. Crossley, John E.
Hunter.
Corrox Land District.
District  of  Coast  Rar.g. One.
Tak<- notice that Charles William
Preston, of Madrid, occupation bar-
ber. Intends to apply foi permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the west end of Aid ���: is and. the
largest Island in the Carey g oup, containing 40 ac:eS. more oi iess. Applying for the whole island, wliich Is
situated near the wesl end ol Tumour island.
. CHARLES WILLIAN PRESTON.
SHERMAN Ii. FORD,
Marr.   i(\  jojo, Aeon'
LAND   ACT.
Form of Notice, District of New Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
Baggs, of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, Intends to a; ply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Timber Lot
87341, aboui one mile northeast of
head of BI.lings Bay, thi nee north
40 chain- to or neai small hike, thi in-,.
east 40 chains, thenc ��� k i itfa 40
chains, thi nee wesl 40 chains to point
of commencement, containing 160
acn i moi e or  i   -
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Name of Applicant.
Hated al Nelson Islan I, li. C, De-
cembi r 29, 1909.
LAND ACTS.
New Westmister Land  District.
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take noiice that Alexander McLen-
nan. of Vancouver, British Columbia,
occupation contractor, intends to apply for permission to purchase the
following di scribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast polni of the island situate ahout four ( |) chains from Timber limit No, 38733, thence northerly
and westerly and southerly and easterly mound the shore al low tide
to place of commencement, containing
four   acres,   more   or   less.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.
J. F. BAGOS, Agent.
March 17.  1910.
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
may be deposited at any time.
ENGLAND EXERCISED
BV UNREST IN INDIA
IS
SWIFT IN
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i It Will Pay Y
on
European Residents Receive
Letters Warning Them to
Prepare for Death.
Twelve Murders Committed
and Every Guilty Man is
Convicted and Hanged.
80   BRANCHES
In    Ontario,    Quebec   anj   the
West.
CAPITAL
REST   ...
$4,000,000
.  4.750.000
03*11/nf lAFAfirn
NEW   WESTMINSTER,    B.   C
BRANCH
J. Gracey, Mgr,
Westminster
Transfer Co,
vfflce 'PDone 18s.      Barn Tnoue 13?
Columola  Street
Baggige   delivered    promptly    to
icy part of t'ae city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Oc'FICE--T?AM   OFPOr
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your   Chickens   Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL &. CDDY
3orntr Eighth St. md    * .Mi Ar��na��
"hone   ira
London.   April   5.���'��� itish   i  .';   SU
Ol    ,.:.,.; ������   ... ������    UJH  LSJ   3 ISI    now,   15-
pecially in the Easl ���< i i mditii i -
among most native subject races aie
distuiI .  .
E .: ���;������ ins resident in the   affected
parts of India write that their notions
���   e outlook are,  to  say  the  leas:,
i   ���: Then  is hardly an official in
Northern India who does not al
���   inonynious   etti   - to the
effect.I       he i   ist prepai    foi   is
nd -.. li ���.���   li .     ie lei
ned as only 1      ���������
niisci.-       - but  the]   ure  a
sign       the pri    te I      ghi
of tl     rislnj   gem     I
class  hal
lUCI
t e   ���        nship between    Euro]
m 1 nativi
.   ���
arm;.' nativi
its  plai
ng men who in
pre]      tloi
Inated by sediti    - ;
panda.     All   ;
ted men, and thi
milil '      ti     In India an   gen
erally     :.' .
that the new t of native ol
may develo] Itary education
of the i        rn  native offlci r
Indian arm;   Is fai   Bup    lor to what
ft waa   q i      fifties.    But, the gri
������   of the Britl
.-    .   .     .      .        1857  1
.-. entiri
' brat: I      service.
\;    rer home thi heerful
Mad Mullah of Soi : ;     .'-'��� ������    I
��������� - I fi        that cornel
ol   '.' '      ���      '  ���   British   i
I thinks he  has the  Mullah   where  he
"   ��� ��� this  l ' ��� yway   the
game i tne to a coi
for Mullah i        ng Is ex] Tlie
ultimal      ���     '
must be either entiri i flcations of
the Hinterland ���   ���
Interior to the Mullah and extinction
. of British prestige on thi  t.
A=  it  Is, :;"  half ': i wll h
which  the situation is    handled has
' causi I   the  fi lendly   nath es   to  losi
faith in tl e promises oi  Bi Itisl   offl ���-
ers on the spot.   One d British
protect them, the ni xt day they abandon them to the relentless vengeance
of the   Mullah.
,..-.  April  .'.���Th  fact  that  of
thi   twelve murders which haw been
oiitted  In   the   Canadian   Yukon,
���   of the murderers has  '   ��� n
��� . . nd banged, is ���   mmented
article written for the Daw-
. :.  N< ws by Maj. 7,  T. Wood, com-
,. :���    ol    the    Royal    Northwi st
of  the  Yukon:    The
-. News, editorially referring to
t,   ^.:>s:
\ aska affords a marked contrast
.-   .   ely a year passes but what Alas-
is two or three  murdi rs.
course Alask i Is m | iloua
���   ���. ���������������  than  Yukon.    But  at  one
Yukon was more |   pu and
��� e  mixed  classi s tbat i
. all corners of the earth quickly
-:... ��� d   ..:. 1   n spi   tl   I     the     law
pr��     lied I    tliese ]
"So  Soapy ��
nd  noni
ed to    tart i   ���        ms in Daw
ill the tnurd
edit , of i, what of the nu
I .: gings there.   The
��� . almosl    .;.;.:   ������ .  In all
���   ���    intry.
"Wll  In tl     last y< ar  Alaska   I
I oni       .        on i        ���     creek, a
: :       Falrl   '.lis. some in the vi-
of  C nd  Valdez,   two
r Gi nd somi   n othi    mining
ps.    Mas any one beard of any of
mei   b Ing hanged?    it cannot
I,  v. ithoul  the e\ idence bi I
one, that the men d< Bei ved hai
bul 11 maj suffice to say that it looks
���  Yukon, w Ith her twi Ive
:   9 hanged each guilt) one
and Alaska has      nged       rceh oni.'
To Send for Our Prospectus, it tells
how an investmeut of $50.ou i- h 'ircr
made to bring Large and (iuiL^
Returns. Full particulars can be
had by sending your name to the
KOOTENAY FRUIT LAN.I
- SYNDICATE =
325   Homer  Street
V
ancouver.
B.1
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A Good Thing is Sore to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
(M��pl��LtJ
Uiol)
Is p;ainini; ln favor every day.    Our oatput last year wts double the |
preceding one.    The most healthful  and nutritious of beveragei,
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
T*T��M:mM*mma*V.!l*WJ!ki&
EX SULTAN'S  DAUGHTER
SHOWS   INDEPENDENCE
Ea
terbrook  Miliino   C
UNEMPLOYED   ON   STRIKE.
Estimi ti - tli ��� :..
Phoni   ���',''
J. NEWSOME i SONS
PAINTERS.   PAPER HANGERS   AND
DECORATORS.
! "J14 Sixth avenue, between Second avenui- and Third stre��. is.
[NEW WESTMINSTER       - B.C.
THE  STEAMER
TRANSFER
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker    Wharf    for   Ladner,
: Westham   Island and   way
points at 2 o'clock, returning
on the following morning.
Declare    That   They    Will    Net   Take
Jobs   Below   Their   Figure.
Tacoma, April 5.���Unemployed men
who have been regular applicants at
' ������    ��� '. ploj ment   agi ncies   went   on
��� ������'���'via;., di tlarlng that   they
would   not  work  for  less  than  thirty
cents  an   hour   with   forty   cents  for
hi     y work.   A pany of fifteen were
employed to go to a  local  wharf to
j do stevedoring work, bul  when they
arrived    al    the Job  they demandi .1
| forty cents an  hour.
They were chased off the dock by
a policeman and gathered al the city
hall free employment office to the
number   of   fifty   an I   declared   they
. were    sustained    by    the    Industrial
Woi kers of the World and would con-
I tini.ie the strike.
Constantino.!". April 5.���A daui
of Abdul Hamitl, ti,.   de] ised Saltan.
baa  won a victory for  i he ca ia    ol
a freed im i:i Turgey,   Prim ��� s:
i       . ������. who is only 16 j eais old, was
' ���   I ro ighl  here from Salonika,
i   e  her father and  his household
are located, to be weddi d to Namlh
Bey, son of the ex-grand vizier, with
whom a marriage had been arranged
for   her.    Bul   the    young    princesa,
showing more spirit than most Turkish  women, refused to many a man
she did not love.
Her [noiesi against the marriage
ti ik the modern form of writing to
the newspapers, saying thai Bhe had
not taen consulted In the matter, an I
was determined not to submit to a
compulsory marriage. Her letter was
published, and thc effect \v;is to bring
official notice to the pri ss thai the
marriage would not take place. The
authorities gave ln to tbe princess to
avoid a scandal.
Lburne,
FLOUR !
fl. C.
ompany,
IMPERIAL	
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL.
TERMINAL	
HINDOO   FLOUR   . .   .
FLOUR!
.. <���.? pei  :
.$6.75 per Bb .
. .5.25 per B= ���
.$4.50 per BW-
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT  STREET.
FLOUR  AND FE! ���'��� 1ST
New   Weitmin9ter.
Telephone 331
B.C. Mills
Timber  and  Trading
Co.
Big   Outflow   of   Gold.
New   York.   April   5.���The   outward
I flow of gold to Europe which bei an
,nst  week gathered force today with
the engagement of $!. ,1  of the
yellow metal for shipment to London. Hankers says that unless there
is a cessation of the heavy Imports,
or a resumption of European buying of
American securities, the outgo of gold
will probably assume large proportions.
Manufacturers  and  Dealers In  All
LUMEBR.  LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS
TURNED   WORK,   FISH   BOXES.     LARGE
FANCY GLASS.
Mr.'-   ���
INTERIOR FINISH
STOCK    PLAIN   *W
Royal City Planing Mills  Branc
h
Telephone   12
New  Westminster
Bo*'
ADVERTISE  IN  THE
rmaMXt-toWt,
Fire Insurance
Life Insurance
Comox Land District.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that John Peterson, or
Vancouver, occupation carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the N.K. comer of T.I,. 2,rn8C, on Midsummer island, thence following said
ilne of T.L. south, west and north to
the shore; thence following shore
westerly, southerly, easterly, northerly nnd westerly to point of commencement; containing 200 acres,
more or less.
JOHN PETERSON.       I
SHERMAN H. FORD,       I
Karch 10, J 010. Agent.
TENDERS  FOR   SUPPLIES.
SEALED TENDERS d ldressed to
the underslgni d, at New Westmln e
B i . and endorse l on the envi lope
"Tendi i for Supplh s" will he reci ed
up to noon of .Monday, 1 ith nay of
April, 1010, for supplying Ship Chand-
Hai ll Wale.   (Jl oee; ic s,   .Ml   lis   and
('oal. r< quired for the use ol tbe Di -
partmenl of Public Works at New
Westminster, B. (.'., until March 31,
1911,
'i he supplies furnished must be of
tho hest quality of then- several kinds
ami must be delivered at the Governmenl wharf, New Westminster, or
where specified in tho form of Ten-
der.
The Department reserves the right
to accept the whole or pan of any
Tender.
Imuiiis of Tender may be obtained
at the office of the Resident Engineer,
Department of Public Works. Now
Wi stminster, B, C.
The lowest or any Tender will not
necessarily he accepted.
G. A. KEEFER,
Resident Engineer.
Department of  Public   Works,  New
Westminster,   B.   C,   24th   March,
1910.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority will not
he paid for It.
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 hnds:
Commencing at a post planted in a
bay on the 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, 1910. Agent.
CITY
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.-
JLook this up.
20 acres in Section 16 at $1500 per acre.
We have some excellent buys in Sapperton that
arc 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
J
Live Stock Insurance
Kellington Brothers
P.O. Box 40
Phone 680
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS
^^____________________________B
Tend
lers for Machinery, Belting. Shafting,  Cranes,  Air Compres-
scrs^^^
SEALED
Waiting to invest in
New Westminster
Properties. List
your property with
us.
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ICENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
TAILORS
L-SBiOCk, Sixth Street I Suits Cleaned  and Pressed.
[eW W< ��� tmiliSter. Windsor Hotel Bl
heO, P. Young. Prop. _ ���~
lock       P. 0. Box 644
soi s, Etc
- ���  TENDERS, addressed to I
the undi .  _ u . ,i on the
: i . for Machines and
1 ooli.' t. :, lei foi Leather Be.tin !,'
etc, etc., as the case may be, will be
received at the i ce of I Cominis-
the Transcontinental Railway, ni Ottawa, Ontario, until 12
o'clock noon ot the 12th day of April,
IU10, tor:
111 Machlni e and tools;
(2) Leather belting;
(3) Sha    :   , hangen    st
work, etc.;
1 ri Mh cel.ani ous    equipment,
dustilai hack and lockers;
(5) Motors;
IG) Furnaces and forges;
(7) Cram s;
181 Air compressors;
(9) Grey   Iron   foundry   equipment
and brass foundry  equipment;
required for the equlpmi nt of the lo-
comoth e and otber shops of the Commissioners of    the    Transcontinental
Hallway al Springfield, east
peg, Manitoba.
Tenders will be n ceh i d and con-
Idi n .i for any or all of the Items Indicated abotfe and numbered from 1
to 9, both Inclusive.
Plans and bi ��� Ifii Ions may be
seen in the office of tl Chiel En-
��� in. er of the Commisslonei .. al Ottawa, Mr, Gordon c.i am. an I In the
office of the Districi Eni Im ers of
the Comn Issioners at St. Boniface,
Man.. Mr, S.  U. Timlin.
Persons ti nderlng arc notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied
by the Commissioners, which may be
had on application to the Chii I' Engineer al Ottawa, or to the District
Engtm er at St. Boniface, Man.
Each tender must be signed and
seah .1 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 equai to ten
per cent (10 per cent) of the amount
of the tender.
UNREST IN    ARMLESS LAWYER
CONSERVATIVE PARTY    WINS OUT BY PLUCK
Many Tory Members are Young Man Handicapped by
Anxious to Replace Bor- Series of Accidents Sue-
dun by Another Leader.        ceeds in Becoming Lawyer
Un I r an Ottawa date line, 'I be
Toronto is. ws publishes the following
Des] al las have .-.one out to different  pai     ol  tl intry dealing v. it U
the intei n il affaii b of the Conservative party. Tin re is Bonn thing behind all tin i . aements, but pei naps
the e are not generally un-
c      ood.    li   is true  that  Mr.  Monk
and llis followers bave demanded the
renin.,,i ol Mr, Borden from the lead-
mtinental ic,ls1''1'   ,;     4     Conserva/tive    pany.
"','..',    Ever since        I orden was appointed
01 Xv"'"'-   to ii-   I    dersl Ip Mr. Monk has been
resl le .   and dlssal Isfled.    Tin i e are
those who    iy I tal he has ne\ er been
loyal     I i Q  his leadi rship was
bardl; tal n sei lously. Ev< n most
Con er1 l\ es i ei ard him as nn aca-
dcn ic dri ���. ��� ipabl ��� of i inking a
well Boun i   'i on occasion, but
v. 1th no gifts ol le idi i hip, no pi r-
sonal and no sei lous stand
ing as a i i.   He has bi en lhe
plaything il Sir Wilfrid Laurier and
the ,'i iki of Quebec Llbi rals who know
how '" i party and how to
fight a battle.
Cleveland, April 6.���.V remarkable
Instance of what optimism and pure
grit can accomplish In i be fai e ol
almost unsurmountable obstacles Is
pi t sented In the life storj ol iu\ Id
.Miivlan, of i li \eland, perhaps lhe only armless lawyer ta the United
Stales.
^     by Alfrei
M.,s lan passed the bar examination   j,
J       .. .    .    It ,.l    .,    _lw.il    t i nt..  I D,
held at the state capltol a shoi i time
ago. Owing to his crippled condition
authorities offered to make concessions for him in the answering of hundreds of written questions. But be
smilingly i efused them.
"I'll lake ms chances with the rest
of the boys," he Bald,
And so. holding the pen In his teeth,
ho answered all the questions pul to
the applicants. Thei e wei e scon s of
them. And Moylan completed his pa-
i ci a far ahead of the majoi ity of i Is
i li , and ranked seventh In a class
of nearly  200.
So proficient has Moylan become
with pen or pencil held between his
teeth vi,;,i he writes quite as rapidly
as lines the culinary man in the ordinary way, and far more 1 iglbly than
���1)0 per cent of the    more    fortunate
Auction Sale of Timber Berth
Covering   Dominion   Lands.
The right to cut timber under license on Berth No. 534, comprising
the following lands iu the Provfhce
of Biiiish i oluinbla, will be ofteied
ai public auction al the upset price of
$1,123.00 (including the cosl ol sur-
vej i at 2 o'clock P.M., on \\ i dues-
day, the ���ml of June next, at the
office of the Dominion Timber Agent
at New Westminster:
Timber Berth No, 634, situate In the
Province of British Columbia and
comprising the fractional North West
quarter of Section 17, Township 7,
Range 29, West of the 6th Meridian,
containing an area, of 123.50 acres,
i ore or less, as shown on Plan of
Survej thereof, signed by Alfred W.
Johni on, D.L.S., dated th i 21st of
September, 1909, and of record in the
Timber, Grazing and irrigation Branch
of the Depai tment of the Interior.
A lici nse w ill nol be Issued until
the full amount of the purchase price
and the ground rental tor the first
year have been paid.
The conditions of payment, rate of
rental, etc., ai e contained iti the Timber Regulations, a copy of which may
be i ��� cun d on application to tlie pn-
di i ne I or to the Crown Timber
at New Westminster.
P. G, KEYES,
Secretary.
Ottawa, March -1st. 1910.
, .1:1  a  battle. ���'"   '    '
Th   prcSeut situation arises partlcu-  iodic. .
arly oPut of the determination, of the ^Uf. ��.��* Ortt^
coat,  misfortune, surmounted In the end by
--J   -*�� .k-to-lt-lveness
CKS0N
1NT1NG
.PANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
mates Given   on   Any
cf Job   Printing
Kind
its:- 6 -.
Phone   388
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth
_ ���
Any person whose tender is accepted shall within ten days after the acceptance thereof sign- the contract,
specifications and other documents
required to be signed, and In any case
of refusal or failure on the part of i Libera
the party whose tender is accepted j pattini
to complete and execute the contract "
I with the    Commissioners,    the    said
cheque shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such  refusal or  failure, and cl  contract rights acquired  by ths acceptance of the tender shall be forfeited.
The   cheques   deposited   by   parties
whose  tenders  are  accepted will  be
deposited    to the credit    of the Receiver General of Canada as security
���   '" |Tor the due and faithful performance
government to oi ganlz e a navy.
Monk thought thai by seizing the
talis of Mr. Bourassa he mighl build
up s imething like a Monk party in
Quebi c. Bi sldi s, In would enjoj the
rare ph asure of appealing the prejudices lather than to the patriotism
of his compatriots. He. therefore,
demanded thai the Conservative party
should absolutely oppose expenditures
for naval defence. So certain was he
that he could drive Mr. Borden and
the Conservatives of the Hnglish-
Bpeaking provinces that he went to
Lachine and made a speech which he
expected he could force on the Opposition at Ottawa. But, contrary to his
expectation, the Conservative'party
led by Mr. Borden, adopted an ad-
j vanced naval policy, while the whole
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NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    D1S-
press  of  Quebec,  instead  of
Mr.   Monk  on   the   back   an.l
determination and stic_
with generous doses of cheerfulness
mixed in. At an early age his father
died, leaving him the sole support of
a widowed mother, lie left the parochial school he was attending and got
a job on the railroad, lu a shoii time
lie  was  promoted to brakeman.
His consistently good work attracted the attention of his superiors, lie
was slated, for promotion, but the
glory was snatched rrom him. In 1896
his right arm was crushed near the
shoulder while he was coupling ears.
He was in the hospital for many
weeks. But never once did his optimism leave him.
"Don't worry,"  lie used to tell his
"YOU NEEDN'T     ^^^^^^
COME AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will lie 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 ls in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and IG.
Coal procured here is crack-a-
jack coal, however secured.
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 reject any
or all tenders.
By  order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary,    The    Commissioners of
the Transcontinental  Railway
Ottawa. March 2. 1910.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the
ComniisslererB wl'l not b�� lisid fr>r '*
NEW
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd,
A DELICIOUS    I
CUP OF COFFEE
whose aroma is fragrant and appetizing a chop or steak with fried potatoes or a dainty broiled chicken,
such as we prepare, to tempt your
appetite these cold mornings, is wliai
you need. We can tempt the palate
of an anchorite.
KENNY'S
WESTMINSTER
SESSMENT.
CITY     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 of the Court
ot 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.
mot her.   "Things   will   come   out   all
^^^^ right.     I've   got   one   good   arm   lelt.
encouraging Mr.  Bourassa, turned Inl When 1  get out I'll make it do the
loyally to support  the naval program   work of two."
of the government. Loses Other Arm.
Tnis left Mr. Monk in a more hope-      Hack   to   railroading  he  went,  this
less  situation  than  ever  in  his own   time   assisting   the   . nrdmaster.     He
province and cut off more completely   surely   made  good   his   promise���his
than ever from the Conservatives of   left arm was doing the work of two.
the other provinces.   Under these cir-   And then one night in 1904 a switch
cumstances he and bis friends under-  engine  ran  him down.    It was dark
look to demand the resignation of Mr.  and snowing, and ho couldn't see the
Borden and to force a reorganization   train couinig until it, was upon him.
of the Conservative party.    Whatever      When  he got out of the  hospital,
may happen, it is generally admitted   months later, his left arm was gone���
that  then, is no one in sight as cap-  amputated near the shoulder. He was
able as Mr. Borden to fill the ollice armless.   But be didn't quit or whim
of   leader,  and   certainly   it   la impos-  ���ho plugged. He got odd jobs where-
sible   for   Conservatives  anywhere  to   ever he could land them. He sold real I"
ace, p| the dictation of Mr. Monk. Kail-  estate and insurance.   And then he de-'
tag to have ids terms considered. Mr. elded to become a lawyer, attending
Monk  no  doubt   will   withdraw  from the night law school In this city.
the   party,   temporarily     drift     more i     His friends tried to dissuade him.
Closely  lo   the  side  of   Mr.   Bourassa!     "Vou   can't   make   good,"   they   told
i or fall in behind Sir Wilfrid Laurier.   bini ..'Crippled as you are, you won'l
; He has been a drag upon the Conser-   be able to keep up with your classes."
I vative   party   ever   since    1896,   bop-] Smiles and Works,
lessly Incompetent both as an organ-1. But Moylan only smiled and persist,
lizer and fighter, and loyal chiefly- od in his resolves, ll was a sUipend-
to his own prejudices and ambitions. | ous task that confronted him, Not
The World, which has less Intimate only was he compelled in three years'
relations with the Conservative lead- time to complete ihe entire law course.
er, says: i but  owing  to  the  fact  that  be  had
The Dominion Conservative conven-' never attdend high school he was
tion called foi; June IB and lfi at Ot- forced, through a provision in the Ohio
tawa is off. though the delegates BO law, to complete the full four-year
far appointed by R. L. Borden, the , high scliool course. In short, to do
Opposition leader, have not all been seven years' work in three. And he
notified.   Whether tbe convention will ; md it.
take place this year is not at all cer-, He worked daya and studied at
tain, Indeed whether it will ever take ' nights. He used his teeth In turning
place is problematical. I pages and wrote his essays with the
The cause of the postponement of pen held in Ids teeth. He studied far
the convention is the extraordinary into the morning hours and then was
and complete disruption of the Feder-1 Up again at sunrise plugging for bust-
al party at Ottawa. There are parties ness that would keep things going In
within the party, and factional wars,   his little home.
The Immediate cause which revealed j His friends who tried to dissuade
tbe Internal condition of things was him at first point to him with pride
the naval debate, during the course now. Prominent lawyers in the city,
ot which Dr. Edwards of Frontenac interested in his marvelous achieve-
'  "'    ''""""' "'  ,hD "Urn-Orange   ment.   have  offered   him    connection
District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE thai the Pitl River
Lumber company. Limited, a body
corporate having Its head otlice al the
Citj of New Westminster, intends to
apply for permission to lease the following described lands: ���
Commencing at  a post planted on
the  westerly  shore of   I'itt  river  at
its   intersection   with   the    northerly
side of the Canadian Pacific  Railway
company's   right-of-way,     thence    following the westerly shore of Pitt river in a northeastly direction, seven
thousand  eight hundred   (7,800)  feet
more or less to a. witness post planted on said shore to locate the most
noilhorly   corner   of   the   Pitt   River
Lumber   company,   Limited,   booming
site;   thence  at right,  angles  to  said
shore a distance of about three hundred   and   fifty   feet   (350)     to    .the
said   northerly   corner    of     booming
site,   said   point   being two   hundred
(200)   feet  from  low water mark of
said shore:  thence southwesterly and
two hundred (200) feet from said low
water   mark   seven   thousand     eight
hundred and thirty (78H0) feet, more
or less, to  the southwest erly corner
of  said   booming  site;   thence  northwesterly   to  point of commencement,
and containing sixty ((10) acres, more
or less.
THE   PITT   RIVER   LUMBER   COMPANY, LIMITED.
T.  W. GRAY, Agent.
Hated at the City of New Westminster. 11. <\, this 28th day of February,
I A. D. 1910. 	
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
April next, at u oc.ock, in u.e ��.-    ��� e m    --    r    " f Frontennc  interested  in his marvel
Tny person    intending    to    appeal-l^^
-^COPYRIGHT,
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,
TRAM  OFFICE
OPP.
writing to be filed with the City
Clerk at least seven days before the
first sitting of the court.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Cierk.
r-ra- -.i.t!   Mnrch ] ., Jfltft
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
LAND   ACTS.
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 nt a post planted In
a small bay at N.W. corner of Hudson
Island. Applying to purchase tho
whoie Island containing 80 acres,
more or less, nnd ls situated southwest of Mars lslnmd.
OLE LEE,
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, lflto.       Agent
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
Embittered by aspersions regarding
their loyalty to the empire the mem
hers from Quebec got together and
1 organized a party by themselves. Todaj they are linked with Henri Hour-1
| assa and look upc| him as their loader instead of Mr.  Borden.
That Mr.  Borden Is  a man  of  in-1
jtegrity and singleness of purpose has
never  been  questioned,  and  it   is  admitted by all that be Is a great man.
In  very  many  respects he Is the big-;
gest  man in the House of Commons,
, excelling the  .'remier and  everybody
else  in   ninny   attributes   which   com*
bine to make a man greater than his
fellows,  but   he  lacks  just  that  one
thing wliich  Is necessary.    He is not
a   good   leader.     He   is   not   enough
of a lighter.    He misses Opportunities
of trouncing hla opponents.    He has
been   unable   to control   the  warring
(dements In hts party, and today more
than   half  of  the  Conservative  members  have   made   up   their   minds  to
replace   him.    He   would   have   been
lib tneir nriuo.
Moylan takes his success modestly.
SAYS  HE  WAS  KIDNAPPED.
Strange Tale of Young Man Who
Was Missing Three Months.
York, April r>.���Kidnapped three
months ago. Harry liusbby, 22, was
kept a prisoner in an old mill since
that time, according to a story he told
his parents on hla return home. He
says that be went, to the barn one
night and was there rendered unconscious by a blow on the head. , He was
then taken to a mill, where *he wns
kept a prisoner and fed on bread and
water.
One night his Jailers administered
to him a drug which put him to sleep,
and In the morning lie awoke at the
same place where he had been kidnapped.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has   been   made   to   register   George
Troughten as the owner In Fee Sim-
p.e, under a Tax Sale Deed from Edwin   M.   Carncross,   collector   of   the
Municipality    of   Surrey,    to   George
Troughten. bearing date the 7th day
of September, A. D. 1908, ot 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, Biock 1, being a portion of
Section 20. Block 5, North Range, 2
West. Lots 3 and 4, part of a portion
of fractional section 21, Biock 5 North
Range 2 West.
You   and   those   claiming   through
under   you   and   all   persons   claiming    any    interest    ln      the      sai<l
land    by    virtue    of    ��n      unregistered      instrument,     and    all    persons claiming any Interest ta the said
"Land Registry Act," are required to
contest the ciaim ot the tax purchaser
within forty-five days from the data
of the service of this notice upo�� yti,
and In default of a caveat or u*rt locate of lis pendens being filed within
such period, or ta default of redemption before registration, you and each
of you will be forever estopped and
debarred from setting up any claim
to  or   ln   respect  of  the   said   land,
and 1 shall register George Troughten
ns owner thereof in fee.   And 1 hereby order that publication of thlB notice for thirty days In a dally newspaper published In New Westminster
will   be  good and  sufficient    service
thereof.
Dated at tho Land Registry Office.
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 9th day of March,
A. D. 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To:���Michael Robert Barry.    John
Don .Ips    Alr>\. nrter G.  Mneffcrlnnp.
 NOT.CE. '"''!". , _. ���"" Z���'�� SToS*. I,., .IU ��������- �� ��>��' ��| ����v"""c'
after date date I, William
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that George Phil P8  of
Battle Creek, occupation baker, U��
tendB to apply for P�����l8f ��n. t0anPdU8r.
chase the following described .ands^
Commencing at a post planted at
the N.E. corner of T.L. i<-�� "��
Swanson Island; thencei follow tag Une
of said T.L. south, wes.north.an*
Burns & Co.
E. C. Traves, Manager.
phone 101.
SVERTISE IN THEJ^EWS
other good men.
north   one  m"��.   ij���  .".��� lhree  Z W^'mo of    Sir  Wlifrld Laurier I   There will be a cailcus of the Conser
mencement. m _,  w  IGIn.
New Westminster, B. C Maich 8,
1910.
���,  shrewd,  keen  aim   meum��.��   ��= > ��� ������ . ���������� ��� h t   - -        ,t )ast hlgm at ms  noiue
There Is no compro-  tion thrashc,d out   So'"�� 8nyt^1 ��ft  ��% ?y Jeiw Fnmzen, aged 11   and
^^a*_r_*_H S-^irm��atSasr�� s --
to the death.
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,Vnfl_.?t,'t, v4dte7��ih"lf it-come, to a vote butjSwd i'wo "ho-r.MgJ.  JJ '������
to the deau,   His words blte. his ton-  thev hope he wl.l not put them in that I were Paying    Indian
gue hurts.   He hates corruption, and position. bre nue.
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Give us a call.
HARDMAN'S
HARDMAN      BLOCK.
Phone 281
The steamer Ophir arrived from
Vancouver yesterday carrying a large
cargo of the water pipe to be used
in the Lulu island main.
Five (5) per cent, off all the cash
sales made this montli at. Denny &
Galloway's Furniture store will be
given to tlie Y. M. C. A. building fund.
Htlp the movement. **
In spite of the water disclosures
made by Alderman Bryson, the city
will have to go ahead with the work
now on hand as more than half the
money for the large main from Coquitlam lake has been expended and
the extra supply, although it may nol
lie absolutely necessary at the present time, will come in useful in the
near future.
Scows for hire. Apply Joseph
Crane. Queensborough Ship Yaivs,
Lulu Island. **
Harry Stewardson, assistant city en-
gineer, who has been ill for the past
lew days, was able to start to work
again yesterday.
For Linoleum, Oilcloths and Carpets, see W. E. Fales, Agnes street. **
The coroner's jury  which   inquired
into the death of John  Legerwood at
Port Moody yesterday returned a ver-
ditc  of   accidental   death.     The  jury
I further brought in a recommendation
! that the place in the mill of the Canadian Pacific Lumber company where
I the man met his death should be provided  with  more safeguards against
Accident.
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to   be    competent   requires   special
training.
We give special training in Gregg
Shorthand, Touch Typewriting, Bookkeeping and Accounting accompanied
by   the   allied   commercial   subjects.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
610   Columbia St.
A.  L.  ECUCK,  Principal.
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
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 1&691
Capital   Paid-Up    $5,000,000
Reserve       5,700,000
Total  Assets    70,000,000
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:i��Kiprtcf
Do not book your passage without
seeing us first.    Our system of handling   tickets   from   tlie   Old     Country
will save ymi money.
For dates and rates apply
ED. GOULET,
C.P.R. Agent.
.Mayor Lee has announced that he
is opposed to accepting the plans of
any subdivisions that provide for any
blind streets. He says that the city
is now being put to considerable expense in several parts of the city by
having to purchase a right of way
for sewers through private property
where there should have been a
street.
A payment, of $25 procures a lot in
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
ti Kennedy, Ltd. These lots are in
great demand. **
Yesterday was the last day for the
registration of voters in New Westminster, Delta and Dewdney. There
were 5o names registered in New
Westminster, 36 in Delta and 18 In
Dewdney. The court of revision will
meet on May 2. when objections to
any of the names being put on the
voters' list will be heard.
The popularity of the midday lunch
nt the Royal Cafe grows every day.
It is served from 12 to 2, with quid;
service. ***
Joshua Hudson, an old  resident of
Yale and  well  known by  many  New !
Westminster people,   lied  in  Vancouver  on   .Monday  at   the   age   of  sixty
years.   He had been In the Royal Co-j
lumbian  hospital here for some time
and  only  went   to  Vancouver  a  few j
days aj o,
For spring plants or cut flowers,
phone Davies' Greenhouse, R20S.     **
The Citizens' Temperance League
will hold its regular monthly meeting tomorrow evening at eight o'clock
at the residence of Mrs. James Cun-
nlngham, 727 Third avenue. Rev. Dr.
Spencer, general superintendent of local option work in this province, is
expeeied to be present.
Local grown plants and flowers,
fresh every day at the Co-Operative
store, Sixth street. **
All the hardware firms in this city
have agreed to close their stores from
one to five o'clock on Saturday afternoons, commencing May 7 and continuing until the end of August.
The finest assorstment of Morris
chairs ever seen in this city at
Fales. **
Mrs. W. J. Sinclair, of Agnes street,
left yesterday for Pictou, N. S., where
she  will   spend  the  summer  months.
T. A. Muir & Co.. druggists, have
moved up Columbia street to one of
the ne'.v stores in the Dean block.
W. Colvert was arrested yesterday
on a charge of obtaining money under
false pretences. The case will he
heard this morning before Magistrate
Corbould.
The local agency of the Oliver Type,
writer company is at 746, Columbia
Street. Tlnee doors from the B.CE It.
car station. **
Magistrate Corbould has been out
of town for tlie last few days and
conseanently no police court has been
held, the offenders being all out on
bail. He will have in the neighborhood of a dozen  cases this  morning.
Newest  designs in  Iron  and
Beds at Fales.
Brass
WEDNESDAY, ApR|l>   j
with Silk
S. H. Ford, the Pitl Meadows farmer, will appear in the county police
court this morning at ten o'clock to
answer a charge of wounding with
int"nt to do bodily harm. Le Lion,
the victim of the stabbing affray,
came into town yester.lay and will be
able to appear In coun today,
Great selection of seeds and potted
plants at Tidy's. **
Premier
short   time
mother.
McBride
in  the
IS
city,
spending   a
visiting   bis
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.
Mrs. J. I . Kennedy will nol receive
after Thursday of this week.
, A biiight glare ln the sky in the
direction of the Fraser River mills
yesterday evening gave rise to a rumor of a blaze jit the big plant, but
there proved to be unfounded, the illumination being merely the reflection of a rubbish burning bonfire.
A house and lot on Agnes street
owned by B, Jackson was sold by
W. J. Kerr yesterday for <$4,000 to a
Vancouver man who Intends residing
there. Through tlie same firm five
acres on the Johnston road near what
is known as the Model farm was sold
for $250 per acre to Thomas God-
dard.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
Special Today
Your Choice From Window
25c.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
Wc buy for cash and so,] for the same.
W. RICH
Teaming and  Ex
pressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730  FOURTH   ST. PHONE   R527
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
*H~H"i**H*** 'M*,*l"M"I"M"H' ��h..$..$~j..|..j..j��j. ^.j..T..?..r..j���!���T..j..j.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER 1 For a  Few Days Only
Gold Watcies for Latlus from .12/,
tip.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
17.50 up.
Agent for Walt ham and Elgin
WatchsS.
Watch repairing n specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block. New Westminster
i AND WATERFRONTAGE
also some choice buys
in Surrey
F. J. HART & Co.
 LIMITED j
l++-H-:-H-H4- 'M 11! 11 H-
m__���___n
Special Sale of Women'il
Separate Skirts
This Week $6.50 Each
Fifty   new  up-to-date  models featuring the new deep vol;
also pleats varying from knee depth  to full   length  pi,
Button  trimmings are  used  to a large extent;  omtei I
mas,  Venetians. Chevron  Stripes, Fancy Checks and . 1
in shades of Navy, Myrtle. Brown,  Taupe,  Cream  nnd i,          I
goods  are  guaranteed   thoroughly  shrunk  and  stn,., 1
this special lot is a number of One Black  French  Voile Ski t    a
ly trimmed with hands nf Black Taffeta silk,    ss i ,  . 11'*'
On sale lilts week, each  	
Cream
S
' 43"
uitings
The Spring and Summer use of Cream Dress Fabrics promises to be more extei I
fashion reports Indicate a great demand for Cream Serges, Panamas,   Voiles,   Mohairs,   i;
We are ready for future and present requirements, ^-s .....
54-INCH   PANAMA-
Coal  use;  per yard ..
-In a heavy weight and firm and close In weave especially Bultabli for Skirt I
m
44 INCH   PANAMA���In  heavy and light  weights;   per yard, 90c and   .
FINE SERGES���in several grades showing flne and heavy weaves; light medium;    : . I
���ll tn 52 inches; per yard, 76c to   <
and
FANCY CHEVRON STRIPE���in designs suitable for Russian suits or separate Skirts   ;
 "."WH
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  especlallj    adapti                  . ;|
Coat.,   etc.;   per   yard,   50c   and    ;j.
Cream Madras
Muslin
Many new and attractive Curtain Madras now on t-t',-- in anticipation of the spring house cleaning necessities. Madras 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   MADRAS���Per yard    35c
A  FLORAL  PATTERN���Featuring  tlie  Ivy   Leaf;   per  yard   .  35c
42INCH    CREAM    MADRAS���Per  yard    ^c
Many new conventional Striped and Floral Designs ��� heavy or
sheer In weave���per yard  ^��c
44 INCH   BLOCK  AND STRIPE   DESIGNS���Per  yard    45c
52-INCH BLOCK DESIGN MADRAS���Coupled with stripe; suitable for dining room;  per yard ^"c
PANELLED MADRAS���Per yard     55c
A 62-inch cream Madras In neat Floral and Striped Designs;
also liiamiind Panel Design; both designs odd and attractive In appearance;  per yard 55c
DEEP   E^RU   MADRAS���I1, r yard    60c
Very Heavy design on strong body; suitahle for Hall or Library
Curtains; color is deep and pattern stands out clearly; width W2
Inches;  per yard    6^c
FINE   CREAM   MADRAS���per   yard    90c
A grade of Madras upon Which Ihe floral pattern stands out prominently and  naturally;  very fine     and   sheer;    width   al   inches;    per
yar<j   90c
NEW   GILT   SILVER AND S:
QUIN   GAND TRIMMINGS
.lust   ari
Hand Trlmi
ing;  also new 1
tons. Crochi' Buttoni
ered  Wash  I
MANY    NEW    HATS   IN THE
MILLINERY    SECTION
Many    new    and   attracts
models   have  found   their ��lj
to   our   large   millinery shot
rooms during the past few da. I
���tailored       Turbans.     flow
trimmed shapes;   n a ly-l '''-
Cage Hats. Cliihln n's Hats ani
I tonne;.     and    new    irimniings
prominent;     all     toi     '���'
priced.
a youth desiring to learn the
dry   goods   business
employment    by   applying
S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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