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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
bLUME 5, NUMBER 28.
LIFE
*���     -^ASSURANCE
Wt^K'HILFS & CO.
NE^SStaHs^lNSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 12. 1910.
TWELVE packs
FIVE CENTS
Itl HITS SHIP
AND DISABLES IT
L Story Told by Corn-
lander Davies, of Cardiff
feamship Trafalgar.
Ln   March U> - A wler'l tale
with a uhlp ll('inB struck by a
Toi- thunderbolt and disabled lias
itiild at  Falmouth  by    Captain
illt/. commander of the Cardiff
Sliip   Trafalgar,  which  arrived
purl id a wrecked condition.
!,_.[,, Davies, who has been navl-
, g|,ipS for thirty years, gave the
I unit ot tlie Btrange phe-
Blo'i'.
f,       ;,. bound from Port Talbot
Btin wilh coai. leaving port on
lesdaj  and we experienced bois-
s,  weather  with    heavy    snow-
Aiioui  eight o'clock in tne
h   ���   u.> were ahout ten  miles  to
outli  west  of Wolf  Rock, when
|v,    e|   trembled   violently     ana
was a  loud  sharp  report  U_e
���xpli   mii ol' a cannon.    Tlie fore-
���seemed a mass of flame, and the
ship became aglow.
|i Ha   moment we saw a  large
body, with a tail about liu feet
���ii [eel  long strike the sea about
Ity [eel from us.
Is ii disappeared a column of wa-
irese  in  thi;  air.    Had  It   struck
jhlp I am sure It would have spelt
Iter for us. ���
Jlrectlj   alter   wiiat   1   may   term
ielzure of tlie ship the men came
Via: out  of tlte forecastle saying
tits on tire.   The whole of the ln-
i   was  glowing with  a  brilliant
The effect of the phenomenon
e engine room was most awe in-
tg,   A\ii  the  men  rushed   upon
he second mate happened to be
idlng the well at the time and reft 1 a violent shock from the steel
Twhich lie held in his hand. The
homenon (Hd not last many
feds. When wo had recovered
our surprise we looked at. the
fc i a .mil fotinii them all demag-
Jul and awry.
that   predicament   I   decide   to
|l��;i��k to the nearest port, but as
fere experiencing blinding snow-
p* and i ould get no    assistance
our con passes, it  was a difficult
_|     ,i   we  got   our  bearings
[by following coasting vessels got
Vpahnouth, i ntcrlug tbe port Wlth-
B i lai e of a pilot."
i -  - to       when the compasses
they resinned their
pal   condition   and   were   strictly
tie.
RESERVOIR BREAK
WASHES OUT TRACKS
Union Pacific Almost Rushes
Into Flood Caused by the
Collapse of Tank.
Julesburg, Col., March 11.���The big
; reservoir belonging to the Julesburg
.irrigation district  gave  out sudden.y
today, washed out two  miles of  Union Pacific track and did about $150,-
000 damage.
No   lives   were   lost   so   tar   as   is
, known.
1 A Union Pacific train from Chicago
J for Denver stopped close to the wa-
, ter, the engini er  seeing    the    flood
spread out  for miles before him.
i    Officers of the irrigation plant have
been unable to discover the cause of
the accident.
BRITISH PARTY TO
EXPLORE MONGOLIA
CAKlISa WALKS IN TERROR
ACCOMPANIED BY GUARDS
Famous    Tenor    Fears    Black    Hand
Members, Who Demand $15,000
as Price of  His Safety.
Xew Vork, March 11.���Caruso, the
tenor, created a furore In Brooklyn
today by appearing at the district attorney's ollice accompanied by a heavily armed guard of seven fellow countrymen who had escorted him from
his hotel In Manhattan.
Caruso swore to tic warrants
charging the two Italians a;ersted las(
week with attempting to extort $1:,,-
ouo from him by Black Hand methods.
C4L0AHY BANK CLEARINGS
SHOW IMMENSE INCREASE
UK LABOR TROUBLES
SPREAD TO NEW ENGLAND
fellows Falls. VL, March  11.���Tlie
b; troubli s ol the International l'a
c pany   tn    New    York   state
���tail in New England this after-
pn. when 450 employees of the
Ih'ft Falls mill of the corporation
(lKi'il out
local ;>aper makers' union de-
It'il thai tli,. grievances of the New
Irk nun are those of the New Eng-
16. men,
New York, March ll.���Bradstreet's
weekly clearings in the Dominion < f
Canada: Montreal. J38.743.000, in-
crease 30.6; Toronto 131,216,000, Increase 18.0; Vancouver. $'<���'.<-l.ooo, increase 62.6; Quebec, 12,380,1)0 . in
crease 2G._; Victoria, $1.7.1.nun. increase :k;.4; Winnipeg, (13,866,000,
Increase 20.5; Ottawa, (3,621,000, increase 25.4; Calgary, $3,290,000, increase 126.8.
NO   RESTING   PLACK   FOR
POOR    SKUNK    TRAPPER
SLIGHT    ERROR.
hange  Is  Made   in   Coquitlam   Lake
Line! Cancellation Order.
[The privy council at Ottawa has
1 ''���' '������ 'I that It made a slight error
I'i'ii cancelling the order-in-councll
Taming the land around Coquitlam
Ikr io the city (1f >;(,w Westminster.
the cancellation order it is set
f'"i thai the city had not paid the
i''i' il deposit of |260 and had not
I''"1' i Burve'y of the lands tis re-
fired, The city did pay the $260 us
and the Clause ln the can-
(Ha on order stating that it had
P1   been   done   has  been   Struck  OUt
P   l'1" only reason that now appears
order why the grant was can-
is   that   tho   survey   was   not
jade
JWhether the discovery of this fact
f    have any effect on the case which
v  awaiting decision  In  Ottawa
���ns to be seen.
Morristown, N.J., March 11.���A
trapper of skunks, who bad with him
a dozen skins, drifted into police head.
quarters last night for a night's lodging. He was on his way to .New York
lie said, and was busted. Policeman
Wilday, who was the desk, escorted
the man downstairs at a cell near the
furnace, as it was a cold night.
A.ong about 1 o'clock this morning,
when Roundsman Koff reported to
heaiivjuarters, things began to smell
queer.
"Til-re   is   a   skunk   around    here
somewhere, Wilday," exclaimed Koff.
"If there is, he's downstairs sleeping,"   Jokingly   remarked   the   policeman.
"Well, hustle him out of here," came
back the roundsman. Koff woke him
up, and learned that the man carried
skunk skins in a bundle.
"What   did   you   tnink   tins   place
I was, a tannery?" asked Koff.   "Come,
i take your skunks and get out of here."
The  weary  trapper heat lt toward
the nil.road station.    There he found
! shelter for a short time.   Pretty stion
I a policeman was called tor to eject
him, and he started out on the road to
New   York.
C.N.R.  Issue Covered.
London,   March  11.���The Canadian
Northern railway issue has been fully  covered.
Goal of Expedition is Upper
Source of Yenisei. Chinese
Government is Assisting.
London, March 11.���Preparations
are in progress for the dispatch of an
important British expedition, which is
being organized privately, to western
and northwestern Mongolia, a region
concerning which practically notning
has been written in the English language. Russian explorers aione have
done any extensive work in tlie country. A great point of interest is the
fact that the region is the cradle ot
the ancient Turkish race. Tlie object
in view is to thoroughly explore the
country from the botanical, zoological
and geographical standpoints, tne
scene of exploration presents various
aspects, the Gobi desert being bordered on the north by high mountain
ranges.
The goal of the expedition Is tlie upper source of the Yenisei, a large shut-
in basin, very little known. I ins
is surrounded by liign mountains, and
is covered by dense forests and bogs.
The expedition wi.l consist of M. P.
Price, who goes especially to study
the forestry and botany of the country; J. ll. Miller and D. Carruthers,
who will divide the work of natural
history and the management of the
expedition. Both the lust-named have
had considerable experience in Central Asia.
The expedition will leave England
at the end of March, traveling via St.
Petersburg to Krasnoyarsk, the nearest point of the Siberian railway to
tlie field of exploration. Thence they
will go by steamer up the Yenisei
river to Minuusinsk. There the caravan will be organized, and the travelers wih proceed Into Chinese territory. The country to be traversed
lies between Lake Baikal and Chinese
Turkestan. The expedition will probably be absent a year, and the route
of its return will depend on circuiTT-
Btances. The Chinese government has
given the necessary permission to
travel in the country, and is lending
all assistance.
It is hoped that some archae.ogical
discoveries will result. Although fhe
country is too far north of Chinese
Turkeston to yield discoveries similar
to those made by Dr. Stein, it may
yield some traces of the existence "f
ihe original Turkish people, n. it'll*
whom no real investigation has been
made. Possibly the chief interest of
the undertaking centres in those investigations, which will now be conducted by Englishmen for the first
time.
COAL STRIKE COMES
TO END IN AUSTRALIA
Twelve Thousand Miners,
Idle since November, will
Resume work Today.
Sydney.  X.  S.  W..   March  11.���The
strike   of   tli
which   has
early  in  .November,  was declared off
today,  thus  ending the  difficulties  1��
New South Wales coal fields.'
BIG SALMON PACK
OUTLOOK FOR 1910
RECORD SS MADE IN
PAYING OUT MONEY
New Canneries open in Alas- BiS Run on Cleveland Bank
ka and Old Plants Planl Caused Withdrawals at the
Improvements. fate of $1,225 a minute.
Juneau, March 11.���Letters arriving      Cleveland, March
northern  coal  miners,   here from the Sound indicate thai the  oroua a run upon a
been   in   progress   since | cann(?,.y  men   wm   cQme   ^^
the
The southern miners resumed work
last month.
During the strike, wliich affected
12,000 miners, the price of coal
jumped from $7 to $1*1 a ton.
The question of higher wages and
better working couditious preceded
the conflict.
Four of tlie strike leaders were sentenced to terms of imprisonment during the trouble, having been convicted
of obstructing work at the mines.
MOVED LOCOMOTIVES
BT SLEIGHS 36 MILES
Kemarkable   Undertaking  Accomp'ish-
cd   by   G.   T.   P.   Contractors���
Twenty-Five   Horses   Used.
ARMY OF MINERS MAY
WALK OUT ON APRIL 1
Conservative   Estimates   Place   Number of Men Who Figure on Quitting  Work at 240,000.
��T   LOUIS WILL GET
NEXT BOWLING TOURNAMENT
Detroit,  March  11.���St.  Louis was
[warded  the  1911  tournament  by  a
"��ve majority  at tbe  meeting of
' congress today.    Buffalo made a
''  Jj-ht, but St.  Louis easily  had
ou_h votes to win.   The vote was:
'""s, 84; Buffalo, 34.
FIFTEEN   ARE   POISONED.
Steal
Liquids   From   a  Drug
Which   Prove  Fatal.
Store
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MAKE8 NEW RECORD.
[)ayton, Fla.. March 11���Bnr-
'>">��� Oldfleld, driving his 200-
lortepower Bcnz, in pratice
""^y. covered a mile ln 28
;"<"nds. one-flfth of a second
raster than tho world's record
made by a steam car hen* four
years ago.
I4 ������������������������������������������������������
Vienna, March 11.���Fifteen gypsies
have been fatally poisoned with drugs
Bolje on Wednesday, and as they had
ous circumstances.
I A large number of gypsies Visited
! Boijo on Wednesday, and as they had
no money the local publicans refused
to give them drink. The gypsies
pitched their camp near the town and
during the night a number of them
broke into a chemist's shop and carried off a large quantity of medicine
In the hope of finding alcohol among
them- . ���*_
Yesterday  a  messenger from    tne
camp appeared in Bolje summoning
physicians. Several doctors went to
the camp and found all the gypsies
seriously ill.
Fifteen of them were ln a hope.ess
condition and many others will be in
the hospital for several weeks. They
had drank all the liquids stolen from
the chemist's shop which smelt sweet
or spirituous. The chemist is preparing to sue the surviving gypsies for
'damages.
Chicago, March 11.���If a genera.
strike of mine workers in the bituminous coal fields of tlie middle west
and Ohio river districts is called on
April 1, at least 210,000 miners Will
walk out, according to conservative
estimates made by union leaders today.
The following table of mine workers In five states and the western
portion of the Pennsylvania fields,
prepared by local officials of the union
is declared to be ultra-conservative.
Ohio 46,000; Illinois, 76,000; Michigan 7,000; Western Pennsylvania,
66,000; Iowa. 12,00(1; Indiana. 211,000.
Total, 224,000.
ln addition to this number it is asserted that at icast 16,000 independent
operatives In the affected district w 11
loin the strike, lf the workers In
the southwestern fields, including
Kansas and Oklahoma also strike,
nearly 40,000 more miners will leave
their  posts.
MAJOR MAUNSELL TAKES
INTEREST  IN  AEROPLANE
Edmonton,  March  11.���James uoi-
lins, of the .May Construction company, with headquarters at Wolf
Creek, is in the city. Air. Colons
stated that the G.T.P. bridge over the
Wolf creek was being rushed to completion, the concrete substructure will
be  finished in about mteen  uays.
The Canadian Bridge company will
then erect a staging over Wolf creek
and proceed through the cut to tne
McLeod river bridge, they will return
to the Wolf creek later to place the
stee.  structure  on  it.
Foley, Welch and Stewart are working night and day with a force of 2uu
men to clear the cut between these
two bridges, which is a distance of
about half a mile. Large Quantities
ol explosives are being used, as it is
Imperative that the bridge company
ha\ ��� the concrete piers built on this
second bridge bi fore high water.
A great quantity of supplies lias
been freighted in to supply the camps
that will be working on the 180 miles
west of Wolf Creek. These suujues
are all put in caches. From 8UU to
1,000 teams may be met any day on
the trail hauling these supplies in
to tlie different  caches.
One   of   the   biggest   undertakings
ever attempted ln Western Canada in
! the shape of freighting by horses, was
: successfully   accomplished     a     short
.time ago west of Wolf Creek.   It. was
the moving of a seventy ton Bucyrus
' steam shovel and two forty ton loco-
, motives, together with dump cars, a
distance  of  thirty"*-,    miles.    Tins
I work was done by Fo.ey, Welch and
i Stewart, who built special sleighs on
| the ground  for  the  hauling.    These
j were   seven   feet   wide   and   built us
strong  as  lt was  possible  to    buliu
1 sleighs.    The shovel and locomotives
! were dismantled and as many as twen
ty-flve fine draft horses driven by a*
single driver were attached to these
1 sleighs. Wherever a down grade was
reached (and there are lots of them In
I that country) hay was spread on the
trail to Impede the progress of the
sleighs, a block and tackle was also
used on the steeper decents as well
as the hay.   This moving was a coin-
pVto success in every particular.
|    NN-xt week, said Mr. Collins, freighters will  start  to haul  2,000,000  feet
of bridge limber to the Sun    Dance
1 creek at the Big Eddy for a bridge.
Supplies have been freighted in to
supply Foley, Welch and Stewart and
their subs during their entire contract, and the coming season will see
several thousand men and teams at
work on this section of the road.
Halifax, March 11.���Flights for Major Maunsell were continued fh's
morning. McCurdy, ln Baddeck No.
2, drove over the Ice on Baddeck bay
at a height of from fifty to seventy
feet, circling the bay three or fotir
times. Everything worked well, as
usual. The landing was easy. Major Maunseli had expressed himself
delighted with everything he has
seen, and is so eager to see the
flights that he rises at six o'clock to
be sure not to miss anything.
BAILEY FOUND GUILTY OF
GRAND LARCENY IN 20 MINUTES
New York, March 11.���After deliberating twenty minutes, the Jury in
the trial today of Francis O. Bailey,
president of the defunct Export Shipping company, found him guilty of
grand larceny.
Bailey was the leader of the expedition which escaped to Honduras
with the steamer Goldsboro, which
had ben loaded w_.h goods which
were not paid for.
Rumor of Morgan's Death.
London, March 11.���The rumor that
J. lTcrpont Morgan had dropped dead
in the streets of Florence ls said to
have originated on the London stock
exchange.
Negroes Burned to Death.
Roxboro, N. C, March 11.���George
Wagstaff, his wife and eight children,
negroes, were burned to death at their
home seven miles northwest of Rox-
boro last night ln a Are which destroyed their home.
For Ralliway Commission.
Regina, March 11.���It ls said on
good authoritiy here that Hon. W. R-
Motherwe.l will be appointed to the
railway commission in the course Or
a few days. Mr. Bell of Estevan Is
spoken of as likely to su6ceed Mr.
Motherwell as minister of agriculture
for Saskatchewan.
C.P.R. Earnings Increase.
Montreal,  March  11.���Earnings of
the  C.P.R.  for  the  first   week    ln
March   Increased   1217,000  over  tne
same week <ast year, and those   of
'the Grand Trunk increased 1144,894.
will
month prepared for extensive improvements to Southeastern Alaska
plants.
The present scarcity of canned salmon and the high price will result in
every cannon in this section being
worked lo its full capacity. The
Forbes and the Bell canneries are
new plants ln the field this season.
The cannery being put in at Dry bay
by Campbell & Grant will probably
be in shape to put up a pack of to,.
000  reds.
At Renal, Cook's Inlet, Hie North- j
west Fisheries company will start a
new cannery, with a capacity of 60,-
000 cases.
Tlie early preparations of the fish
canning companies indicate thai they
anticipate a big and busy season.
11.���After as vlg-
banking house as
has  even   been   known   in   Cleve and.
the stampeding depositors of the So-
Savings gained their oquM-
morning  the  panic'
thi:.
ciely for
briura   and
wis  over.
In I lie two i|
tlie run lasted
(1,250,000 were
rate of $12
As    the
small   inn's
G"ASS WIDOW PROVES
AN ATTRACTIVE PRODUCTION
May Roberts Makes Bitter impression
Than   in  "The   Adventuress"���
"Judge and the Girl" tonight.
ys  and  a   half  that
amounts   totalling
withdrawn   at   the
5 a minute.
deposits affected were
hundreds amounting to
less than $100, the record made by
the hank in handling this withdrawal
is regarded as remarkable.
Spurred on by the offer of $7J)00 In
rewards, jiooo of which is personalty
offered by Former Governor Myron
T. Herrick, president of the bank,
thousands of amateur d tectives are
now searching tor tha originators of
the groundless reports on which the
run w.is based. In addition, several
detective agencies have _een employed by the bank, and thc municipal
sereet service force has joined In
tlie quest, as the offense is a criminal
one In this state.
It was said tonight thnt  the bank
officers   have   practically   fomd
source of the canard.
tlie
Those who missed seeing "The
Graca Widow" at the opera house last
night missed a good show. The parts
were well taken au.i the funh) situations and bright dialogue of tho piece
kept thi' atidlenc , wbicli was not
half as i oo ' . Ih Bhow, in a continual roai l u_h er from the beginning to the i1 ' ��� of the curtain.
The play put on tonl; ht promises to
be even better than thai presented
last night. "The Judge and the Girl"
is said to be Miss Robert's PWD comedy and will be seen for the first
time in Now Westminster tonight,
In Calgary and Edmonton, in both
of which places Miss Roberts conducted engagements listing .eight weeks,
the 11.-. w' [ah v. t! li' pi i en! 3d tonight w\ -. ; io f. \ - :. wi-.; ai: the
theatregoers,
At tonight's production 'ii'- nob-
erts should he greeted hya tU3 ho'J e.
PULLS OUT GLASS EYE
AS  HIS "EXHIBIT A"
j    Los    Angeles.      March     IL���John
Kranz is unfortunate in that lie has
only one eye, and yet there Is an ele-
; ment   in   this   limited    possession  of
optics wliich proved to lie an asset.
He was standing at the Temple
.block apex of Spring md Main streets
humming a song, whan Miss Ella Win-
tors stepped by. ^'iss Winters divined
that Kranz was caroling to attract
her attention. She called tile police
and Kranz was arrested.
At Ihe trial the judge called her to
the stand.
"Which side of me did you pass at
Temple street?" Kranz asked.
"The right side," Miss Winters testified, positively "Vou stared desperated   at   me."
"At this point." said Kranz, "I
shouid like to introduce in evidence
the desperately staring righl eye,"
and with that he took from its socket
B glass bulb nnd deposited it on the
judge's  bench.
lie was discharged.
AMERICAN SHIPPINfi TAX
WILL SEND RATES HIGHER
INDIANA SCHOOLBOY
A   COFFEE   DRUNKARD
German  Companies   Intimate   Passen
ger and Freight Charges Will Ee
Increased to Meet Assessment.
Berlin, March 11.���Ti
the United States government to impose 8, corporation tax u;on foreign
steamship companies whose vessels
ply between American and foreign
ports causes some concern to the of-
llclals of the German shipping companies.
The Lokal Ajazeiger states today
that It Is Informed from What is considered a trustworthy source that if
the foreign companies are so taxed,
they will be compelled to increase
their freight nnd passenger charges
sufficiently to fully reiflbursa them
for the taxes paid.
SHE  DIED  OF   f-RIGHT
Indianapolis, March 11.���A nine-
year-old coffee drunkard has been discovered ln one of the public schools,
hut the city board of health and the
r.tate board have, according to Dr. J.
N'. Hurty, redeemed him
The boy was allowed by his mother
to drink from eight to ten cups or
| strong, clear coffee every day for
months.    When he entered school It
intention of !wns f��un(1 ,nat be was nervous and irritable, and because of a tendency to
fight, he was shunned by his schoolmates.
Finally, a physician was called and
found the boy on the verge of insanity from sheer lack of nerve force.
Pool Room Chang s Hands.
.T. E. Bone has disposed of his Interest ln the Colonial hotel pool room
to I'eter Mehas, the transfer being
completed yesterday. It Is Mr. Bonn's
Intention to remove to Nevada this
summer.
International Chess  Match.
Heroine of Runaway Succuioed At
ter Getting Horse Under control.
Boulder, Col., March ll���Alter
stopping a runaway hois,- lasi nisht
Mrs. R. T. Marshal, of thlg city eu-
M4ed the homo or a neighbor and
died within 16 minutes of fright.
The horse shied at a tree siump
and bolted. Mrs. Marshall cuing
desperately to the reins and after a
hard struggle brought the animal under control. Exhausted and nervous she entered a neighbor's house
immediately fainted and was dead before a physician could be summoned.
London, March 11���A hundred nt'
I so chess enthusiasts gathered at the
! Savoy hotel for the opening of the
! Great     Britain-United     States    cable
chess match for the Sir George N<-w-
nes trophy today.
Monteagle Quarantined.
Victoria, March 11���The steamer
Monteagle, which arrived from Hongkong this morning with a large cargo, Including silk worth three-quarters of a million dollars, has been
quarantined at William Head, one
of the Chinese having smallpox.
McDonald Is Liberal Candidate.
Swan River, Man.. March ll.���At
the Liberal convention held here yesterday D. D. McDonald was nominated
at the standard bearer of the party
for the provincial legislature.
SIX MONTHS EXTREME LIMIT
EOOD MAY BE IN STORAGE
Albany, N. Y., March 11. ��� Cold
storage warehouses are placed under
the supervision of the state board of
health ln a bill Introduced ln the
state assembly today.
All food must be stamped conspicuously with the dute when storage began, and shall not be kept longer
than six months, except Upon special
permission of the board; to which
quarterly reports must be made.
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Superintendent Dropa Deac*.
Hamilton, March 11���Mrs.  House,
superintendent of training school for
nurses at the city hospital dropped
dead in the Institute this afternoon. I��
Apoplexy was the cause ot death. -
IN8URQENT8 DEFEATED.
Edmonton, March 11.���On a
straight vote of want of confidence this afternoon, the Insurgents were defeated by 17
to 20. Buchanan, of Lethbrldge, and McKenny voted
with the Insurgents.
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THE DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY, march
1 Lot facing 6th Avenue, near 1st Street for $525.
"   ,  "      5th      " " " ,        $725.
4 cleared lots 6th and 2nd Streets for $650 each.
1 Lot near Orphanage for $450.
1 Lot on 7th Avenue, just off 14th Street for $625.
6 Lots (en bloc) on Montreal Street, facing south,
with lane in rear, for $2500. These are close
to new B.C. Electric short line.
1 Acre block on 7th Avenue, just off 16th Street,
ready for subdividing, for $2200.
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3 Acres facing on 7th Avenue, near 20th Street,
within half a block of new B.C. Electric Cutoff, for $9000 on good terms. This can easily
be subdivided.
We can deliver any of the above immediately.
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Columbia Street
Telephone 16
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CIassified_4dyertisements
WANTED.
WANTED���WOMAN TO TAKE FAM-
ily washing home. Apply Mrs. J-
J. Kelley, Hotei Russell.
WANTED  AT  ONCE ��� TWO   uooli
carpenters.    Apply  410  St.  ueorge
street. " .	
WANTED���KITCHEN "MAIDAAPPLY
Mrs. Dr. Jones, Royal avenue.
WANTED���TENDERS     TO    CLEAR
and grade 2 6(i-foot lots.   Apply 119
St. Patrick street.
WANTED���COMPETENT GIIIL FOR
downstairs work, must have knowledge of plain cooking. Apply Mrs.
Dr. Jones, 48 Koyal avenue.
WANTED���AT ONCE,~WAITRESs7
at Kenny's cafe.
WANTED--TO GO ''TO ' 'Eftt-JjANP
as companion to lady; children no
objection. Any time before May.
Address  T.  G.,  Daily  News.
WAA NT ED���A SINGLE MAN ,FOR
teaming and general ranch work.
Apply A. T. Ceper.ey, corner Pole
line and Hastings road, Burnaby
lake.
WILL   PAY   A   FAIR   PRICE   FOR
shingle holts. See us at mill ollice
or at Itooni 9, Hank of Commerce
building. Address, Box lou:j, West-
miuj !������:   Mill Co., Ltd.
WANTED���BY .REFINED LADY, A
nice furnished sunny room in jn*i-
\,.\f |iOii_e, good neighborhood, at
model ale terms. Adilress I\ A.,
33, Daily News.
WAN TED���SITCATION, BY GOOD
Japanese cook, speaks English well.
Wages $25 and up. Nukina Japanese Mission of Sapperton, B. C.
Phone 261.
New Advertisements
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office in Northern Crown Bank.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
ing 475 feet of waterfrontage.   See
us for price and terms.
One acre on Clarke road near Burnaby; price $575; $50 cash; balance
$10 per month.
$4.00 per front foot will buy 1000 feet
of waterfrontage on North Arm of
Burrard Inlet. This block contains
45 acres.    Must be sold at once.
WANTED ��� A GENTLEMAN AS
companion to share with another,
furnished apartments iu the West
end.    Apply 200 News office.
WANTED,  TO   RENT.
WANTED TO KENT���FIVE OR.SIX-
roomed house or cottage, centrally
located. Possession Kebruarv. Apply P   O. Bo��� 971, City.
75 Acres in Langley on Great Northern;  $00 per acre.
$125 secures a large lot, 72 x 120, one
hlock from city car line and on
Hastings road; balance 6, \Z and
IS mouths.    Price $400.
$1800 will buy 2 1-2 acres, including
house and barn; running spring on
property located on Pitt river road;
west of Fraser River mills, on car
line survey to mills;  one-half cash.
$350 an acre will buy three acres of
good garden land suitable for chicken ranch; on corner of two main
roads;   Lulu  Island.
A fine five-acre ranch fully equipped
al a sacrifice; near Sapperton and
New Westminster. Too many good
things ahout this io print. Cia.il for
full particulars.
$350 an acre buys 5 acres on Clarke
road near Burnaby.
$700 buys 1 1-16 acres on tram line
In South' Westminster; only $300
cash.
1
'Five acres near tram line and Sapperton; :: acres under Cultivation; 1"0
fruit trees; price $2200; one-third
cash.
$375 per acre will buy two four-acre
blocks at junction of North and
Clarke roads; one-fourth cash; balance easy. This is inmost in Burnaby and we well soil either hlock.
Nine chains of waterfrontage on
North Arm of Fraser. Block contains 45 acres. Price $300 per acre;
$3000 cash; balance over live years.
Has house and barn and part under
cultivation.
50 chains water frontage containing
only 11 1-2 acres; all cleared. This
property is in the city limits; Lu>u
Island.   Good price and terms.
$350 per acre buys 5 acres with good
water frontage on North Arm; near
New Westminster; good terms.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO KENT^^AWHT^FltWJT^BED-
looiu suitable for gentleman Apply C,(>9 Victoria street, near Daily-
News office.
ROOMS TO LET���UNFURNISHED
on Eleventh street, close in, two-
room cabins or single, separate entrance; electric light, etc., from $1
per week. Apply White, Shiles &
Co., 74U Columbia street.
Five acres of good land near tram
line; near Sapperton; 3 acres in
fruit trees; most all under cultivation; small house and outbuildings.
Price $3500; $1000 cash; balance
over two years.
$30 per acre will buy 160 acres of
good land; partly covered with
heavy cedar. Langley. One-fourth
cash;  balance over three years.
Nine   acres   near  junction   of  Clarke
and North roads;  $375 per acre.
$80 will secure a lot 41x217 near city
car   line   in   Burnabv.     Price   only j
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$225 each buys four large lots two
blocks from city car line in Burnaby; near Tenth avenue, city. One-
quarter cash; balance to arrange.
$75 cash, $15 per month, buys a large
,ot on Second avenue and Second
street, Buiinaby. This lot gives a
fine view and is easy cleared.
$325 buys a large corner lot on corner of Second avenue and Second
street in Burnaby; $7,"> cash; balance easy. One has a fine view
from this lot.
We have a snap on five large lots on
Third   avenue   and   Second   street,
I    Burnaby.    These lots lay high and
are   easy   cleared.     Must   be   sold
soon.
$325 each buys two large lots on Second avenue, one-half block from city
car line. One-third cash. Owner
needs money.
Burnaby, two large lots, close to city
and near tram line. Only $250 each.
$75 cash; balance $10 per month.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL f14.400.000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00.
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, Eng
land, New York, _hic_su a.ul Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available witu
correspondents ln all pails of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
ind Interest allowed at 3 per cent, pe'i
iinnura (present rate).
Tota'. Assets over $168,000,000.00.
fEU' WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
TIIE   MEALS AT THE
Lytton Hotel
are prepared by expert white
cooks in the cleanest and most
sanitary   kitchen   in   the   city.
21-MEAL   TICKET   $4.50
'YOU NEEDN'T
��� COME AROUND'
to our office every time yoa
need a ton of coal���any of on
drivers will be glad t" take
your order. Tinin, too, a postal will bring about the samel
result���good coal In your eel-1
lar at short notice. Also, our
phone is In good order, aad j
their numbers are lfi and 15.
Coal procured bete is crack*
Jack coal, however s< cured.    '
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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Hotel Butler Annp
Fourth Avenue and MarioiSt,
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room   $1   p?r   day   up.
Room   and   board  $2.50  per diy*|
Room  with   bath  $2.50 per day UP-
Room with bath and board $4F,rJ1i
All im-'ide robra-, v>hi bol��ll-*|
v.;i-i-t steam hc.it, long ul*tfM't*|
phone. 'Mns trieets all i vain? ir-a^j
The Daily News wll! bi W***
In our reading room.
CARLHTON  GILBERT. *?���
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FOR   RENT.
TO RENT���ROOM SUITABLE FOR
gentleman. Apply .00 Carnarvon
sireet.
TO     LET���COMFORTABLE'   ROOM
for owe or two ,iwli<?s, close to car.
615 Hamilton Btreet, city.
TO    LET ��� FURNISHED ""l{0(").\Ts7
West end.   Apply D. X., Dally News
office.   '
FOR RENTA-SUITE OF ROOMS
suitable for light housekeeping. Apply' Alex. Speck, at his Store, Front
street.
$40  per
acre
buys
160
acres of
good
fanning  lar
d  in
Surrey;
one
mile
from
ram line.
This
is suitahle to
stibdh
dde.
$25   per
acre
will
buy
120
acres  of
good
and In Surrey.
This lnc
hides
. two  1
illlses
an id
two
bar
ns',
part
cleared and
undo
r cu
tlva
Ion.
Only
. $1100
cash;
one
and
two
yeai
s.
Six lots in Sapperton; $200 each;one-
fourth cash.
$850 buys 3 large lots in Burnaby; all
facing city ear line; also a corner;
one-half cash.
Three lots, all facing Sixth stret car
line; a corner; $285 eacli; half cash.
$1200 buys house and lot on Third avenue, near Eleventh street; $200
cash; balance over two years If
taken at once.
Home   on   Royal   avenue;   fully   modern, fl rooms; $1500 cash and terms.
$350 per acre for nine acres off the
North road on the Clarke road in
Co(|iiiil.'iin; one-fourth cash; easy
terms on balance.
House   and   barn   on   Fourth   street;
; $1000 cash; balance easy.
Barn to rent on Royal avenue; $8.00
per month.
Will   exchange   a   complete  equipped. We  have  a  buyer for a small  piece
five-acre ranch near Sapperton for      of acreage in Burnaby,
LOST.
LOST���A SMALL MINK STOLE, BE-
tween Fourth and Sixth streets, on
Queen's or Royal avenue. Please
return to this office and receive reward.
FOUND.
FOUNT) ��� OVl<_tfAOAT\BF?rWEEN
Queen/a avenue and Fourth street,
Owner can have same by calling at
the po,i(Je station.
house and lot in New Westminster
of equal  value.
Factory site, main channel of Fraser
river, near New Westminster, hav-
WILSON,  COOK   _  CO.
Office in Northern Crown Bank.
t Phone  646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
TRADE  MUST BE  WOOED.
FOR,  SALE
-en tie
FOR  SALE.
-LOT  ON.   ROYa1Ta'v>'
[���nd; $800 for a rem days
East
���i only.     Apply   J.   K.,   Daily   News I
FOR    BALE ��� OWNER.    HAS    TO j
leave   the   city;     10-rooin   modern
house with   big lot;   for  sale at a i
snap.    Apply P. O. Box 240. i
Charles  M.   Hays  Says  Some Attraction Must Be Offered for Grain.
London, March 11.���Charles M.
Hays, speaking at the .aunchlng of
the new Graiid Trunk Pacific railway
steamer Prince George ac Wallsund
yesterday, said that faster'boats with
greater tonnage between here and
Canada muBt undoubtedly come;
They would he the result of the demand'for grain on this side.
But. he said; unless there'was a
possibility of some attraction for Canadian grain, some advantage or some
reason why such grain shouidi cpme
to En'glartd as against grain from
Russia and Argentine, it was possible
thai it would be some time before the
steamers were needed. He commend
ed that fact to the statesmen interested. ,
I SHE  DIED OF  FRIGHT
Heroine of Runaway 8uccumb|_iM_t��'
ter Getting Horse Under oontroi.
Boulder, Col., March ll.���Alter
stopping a runaway horse last nifcnt
Mrs. R. T. Marshal; Of this city en��
\<t\9o.d the homo of a neighbor and
died within 15 minutes of fright.
The .Jiorse ih.ed at a tree etump
and; bolted: Mrs. Marshall Clung
desperately to tho reins and after a
bard struggle brought the animal tin-
' der control. Exhausted and nervous she entered a neighbor's house
immediately fainted and was dead before a physician could be summoned.
Decidedly The Best Buy In'
BURNABY
7 Acres fronting on Vancouver to Westminster Tram line, between Wise Road and
the Junction, good 6-roomed he use and barn,
small orchard. A splendid subdivision proposition.   Price $10,500 on easy terms.
We have the exclusive sale.
NATIONAL FINANCE CO.
LIMITED
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and insurance
Phone 515
Curtis Block 657 Columbia St.
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._-...    .,_._.. i SATURDAY, MARCH  12, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
RICH, FRAGRANT TEA AMAZING FIGHT        |
FOR BIG FORTUNE
JAlADA" is fresh from the gardens of Cevlon���the
Lt tea-producing country in the world.    Sold
ly in sealed lead packets, which preserve
its native purity and goodness.
Russian Courts Will Shortly.
Hear Strange Tale From
Prince.
s
he your grocer for a package to-day.   You'll like it.
Black, Mixed and Natural Green, 40c, 00c, 60c and 70c pur
ur Ju.
U AS SEEN BY
LORD STRATHCONA
Who Made West Wide-
Known Speaks on Great
iiiire of Dominion.
!�� ; travelled through the north-
rlnces last autumn, even J,
all my life bave believed in the
fin ure of Canada, was amazed
}< progress.   The lands that I bad
known as prairies, given over to
Indian and tbe trapper, where I
ui the great herds of buffaloes
jenlng the  eartn  as  tar as tne
auld reacb, that iand was noi
Id with towns and  cities,    witn
for all and prosperity for every
iodled man."
a speaker was Lord Strathcona.
[were seated together in his of-
in Victoria street, and he was In
I midst of a busy morning's work.
a people had appointments
within  the  hour;   a Uttie
heap of urgent papers lay on his table
awaiting immediate attention. It was
impossible to believe that this white-
headed, firm-lipped, resolute veteran
was in his ninetieth year. As lie
grew Interested there came a flash ot
fire to his eyes; his voice became
fuller and he drove hi
with forceful gestures.
"It Is seventy-one years since 1
first crossed the Atlantic," he said.
"Our journey took torty-two onys���
six weeks in a sailing ship, and it was
thought to be done in good time, Last
year 1 crossed the Atlantic in a little over six days, i remember tue
llrst thousand-ton ship that toucbeu
on Canada, an East lndlaman on ber
way home that turned aside to stop
St. Petersburg, March 11.���The
courts here will shortly hear an amazing story in the right for the fortune
of the millionaire Prince Oginsky, the
last of 1,1s ii���e.   The prince, who own-
er_bZ8iduMlbI�� I"'0|,0rt-V lh st- pet"
���iirim,i , ma> Kovn" anu Wm, in
.mention   to   a  fortune  of   $5,000,000,
_S,E�� I t0 thp dau��"ter of Count
I otulitzky, a Russian nobleman.
Two   years   befori
prince was medical!,
words home !a llInatlc and was placed
1 asylum.    These
llis  wire,  with  whom   he  lived
unhappily,   1���  conjunction
ennui,
'tis   death   the
certified to be
in a foreign
steps were taken by-
very
with    his
whid
eady
Money
GOOD     FRIEND     ALWAYS
If vou deposit your money for
laf'ety in The Bank of Toronto
It will he safe while you leave
It, and read}! when you need it,
and lt will be
ll The Time
fernlng for you three per cent.
jiterest    sir     or large sums
iy be deposited at any time.
1            80
In   Ontario
BRANCHES
.   Quebec   and   the
West.
CAPITAL
REST
14,000,000
4,750,000
Bankof Toronto
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
1 Gracey, Mgr.
oney's
at an eastern port.
a monster.
Fort Garry.
"When I knew Winnipeg in 1869-70
it was a Hudson's Bay settlement,
Fort Garry and its population number,
ed from 100 to 16Q. What food we
possessed had to be brought in from
the east or from the United States.
When I was last in Winnipeg 1 was
informed that its population was 150,-
000. Its public buildings compare
with those of the old cities of America or of Europe. The provinces that
could not then grow their own food
produced last year 144,000,000 bushels
of wheat. I remember the days When
the streets ol Fort Garry we|e
ploughed to icvel them, and wnen
after a storm the animals oouia
scarcely move their loads lor Cue
deep mud. Recently 1 went mile after
mile in an automobile through some
Of tile iinest paved streets Hi tne
world���Winnipeg streets.
The  Hudson's Bay Company.
"lu those days the flag of the Hudson's   Pay   company   was   iniougnout
the grsat regions of the west, as tne
flag ci England.   The company stood
to the  ii'uiaii.-, ana  uie seiueis    in
I what  are  row  the  prairie provinces
.in 'ue powerful adviser, leader, helper   and finrd.    1 recall, for example,
llriw when  the big  Sioux war  raged
'in  tne  region  between  St.  Paul ana
Winnipeg, the Iludsou's Bay company
still lad u fort in whut had been de-
'claiel  A re Mp can territory.    For hundreds pi miles no white man or wo-
I man   was   sue except  in  one   piace,
till   hiasoffs   Bay   tort.    The   bioux
could iia-e attacked it and destroyed
lt    They ;6ft it untouched and granted ali  in  :t  security,     the company
by Its jiM'ce, its moderation, and Its
fair dealing had bu won tlie respect
I and  confidence  of  the   Indians   una
jits stockade was marked by tliem to
1 be left unharmed.
,    "Everywhere It Is the same.   Twenty-three years ago  1 was at Vancou-
j ver,  one  of   the  party   who  laid   the
'- last  rail of  the transcontinental  Une
of the Canadian Pacific railway.    As
a matter of fact. I drove ln the lllst
spike.    Tlien there was scarcely a but
! to be seen for some distance, nothing
'but  burnt  woods.    Today  Vancouver
ihas   100,000   poople,     ail   prosperous.
I Look at Saskatoon; three years ago lt
'had  -.000  people, now  lt  lias  H.WU
land there is work and plenty for all.
It is tho land that has done it, the
I great rich belt ready to    yieia   us
golden crops to all who will work at
It.    The   enormous   harvest  ol    tne
northwest last year was obtained by
comparatively few people.   The devel-
opment of the west is only at lta beginning.
"My early years In Canada
spent in Labrador, and 1 have known
the winter temperature there to fall
to ��ii) degrees below zero. Ou some
of the coldest days 1 have gone out
hunting with no extra clothing save
a woollen shirt. What Is Hi.
being able to do thla
brother-in-hiw, Count  Potulit/.ky   and
a Count Salusky,
During the violent family disputes
i preceded the incarceration ot
1 ilnce Oginsky, his best friend and
supporter was General Vonlanjarskv.
' !>e general strongly resisted the attempts to put Prince Oginsky away,
We thought her j and denounced Princess Oginsky   her '
brother, Count  Potulitzky, and Count
as  conspirators  against  the
were
Salusky
prince.
Almost simultaneously with the incarceration of Prince Oginskv, General Vonhinjarsky was murdered at Warsaw under mysterious circumstances.
The next act In the drama was a
letter addressed by the unhappy
Prince Oginsky from his lunatic asylum to the murdered general's nephew, Captain Vonlanjarskv. Prince
Ogisky wrote that he had previously
designated the murdered general it's
the heir to tbe great part of his possession, and that this property would
now pass to Captain Vonlanjarskv,
the  legal  heir to  the  general.
Captain Vonlanjarskv received this
letter but subsequently it was sto.en
from hiui in a most mysterious manner.
Captain Vonlanjarsky later received a very urgent letter trom Prince
Oginsky asking him immediately to
visit him at his estate in Hetovo, Russia. By this time Prince Oginsky had
been removed from (lie lunatic asylum to his castle at Ketovo. Captain
Vonlanjarskv immediately left , his
lions, in St. Petersburg to proceed to
Retovo, but at the station In St. Petersburg he received a telegram Informing him that Prince Oginsky bad
just died.
Neverthe.ess he started on his Journey and at Wllna was met by Prince
Ogtnsky'a brother-in-law, Count Potulitzky, who delayed him there for j
several hours. Just as Captain Vonlanjarsky was about to continue Ids
journey to Retovo news arrived that
| Prince Oginsky had been interred in
the family vault and that bis widow j
could receive no visitors.
Captain Vonlanjarsky then obtained
a copy of the death certificate. Tlie >
doctors bad certified that the prince j
died from acute Inflammation of the |
intestines. Captain Vonlanjarsky sag- ]
gests that the doctors were bribed to |
conceal the real cause of death.
A Roman Catholic priest, Father
Dombrowsky, bad care of Prince j
Oginsky's last will and testament,
whereby he designated Captain Von- j
lanjarsky the heir to the greater part
Of his estates and fortune, with ai
a?odioil desiring the captain to as-
sume the now extinct title of Prince i
Oginsky. Captain Vonlanjarsky gave
the will to the proper authorities in
St. Petersburg and obtained the permission of the czar to use the title
Prince Oginsky. But Count Salusky
has now produced a will whereby he
was made heir to Prince Oginsky.
Neither of the wills contained any
provisions for the widow, but Prince
Oginsky left other documents denouncing her as the cause of all ��M
unhapplness. All these myste.lous
circumstances will be cleared up by
the, approaching trial.
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If, Madam, we could take you right into our
Model Bakery at the Mill, where all our tests are
made, you would see exactly what we mean when
we say, " Robin Hood Flour is Different."
You would see how favorably it compares with
other flours in respect to color.
Its superior quality would be plainly visible
to you.
You would quicker realize why you are to add
more water than usual when using it.
The bigger loaf made by it would lie before you.
Seeing it, you would note its closer texture -no waste.
Tasting it, you would admire its finer flavor.
In short, you would surely decide that you ought
to start using Robin Hood Flour ri^ht away.
But, Mad_m, if you cannot come to our Bakery,
we can help you to have better Baking Results of
your own.
Use Robin Hood Flour yourself, and prove that
what we claim for it is true.
We supply the flour-quality.   We
give the guarantee,     lt is up to you
to get the benefit.
Have   you   asked   your   grocer
about our /Vloney-bick-guarar.tee yet?
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maker s��� found
jthore Id the service
|��'<>'SL> M-L Pure Paints
|ulo��e cun tflve.
P| is no hard thinp; to
i;:ake a paint that
looks good in the can
~ or sounds good in
the advertising���and
VOU couldn't tell the
diftereace beforehand.
But it is not so easy to
Put together the purest
materials in the most
expert way���and then
w add one special
"igfedient greatly
���eagthen the paint's life
���and that's what you
8ct when you buy
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A^nt8 for New West-
(if  une   ��� ,
'wonderful dryness of the atinospheie
llIHi the    giorlous    sunshine    which
11a mid fresh
painste
find District.
Uie    giorious
seems to breathe new
strength Into a man.
Labrador.
������Yet   1  would not like to say How
1 far Dr  Grenfell's dream of Labrador
las a world health resort ls likely to
! come  true In  the  ealy  future.    Dr.
Genfcll Is a fine num. and is doina
a  great  work   along   the  coast   auu,
among the peopie.   But there WWgl
ly are some drawbacks to the LaDra.-
dor climate.   When I gave my suppon
to Dr. Grenfell's work it was on one
condition.    The work was to be    a
medlciil  mission, not limiting its activities because ot sect, and not em-
phaslzinz sectarian points  but devo -
ing Itself to tho well being ot    th.
^"Maiiy people are going to Canada,
though not so many as* not to leave
a few good folk behind, I hope. Lord
Strathcona remarked, "If 1 were to
have ft word with any of them, this
would be my message: You are going
to a land of fine possibilities where
you will find many to welcome you.
Only one thing is necessary to ta��ui]e
i your success, the ability and thi d|-
termination to work. You must work
slrenuously, steadily, as long as a
necessary. The man who works W
Canada cannot fall. _
"You are not going to a iand where
cold silver, or copper is to be picked
un But you are going among a peo-
pfe who regard you kindly, who want
your  labor,  and who are  willing to
pay you well for It, and where XW>
can iiuickly attain Independence. Go
where vou will. In the great north-
ll lB west provinces, or In Ontario pr lh(>
cast, the cah is heard everywhere today for workers. Work Is the ��ecrel
of success in Canada. You can resl
assured of this. Thc man who d-<
not succeed In the wesl today
not succeed anywhere, for HOW!,. o
wi.l he find opportunities so
dnnt or prospects so
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H. Mor��y 6? Co.
665 Columbia St., Weatrnlniter
ORGANIZED  TO   MANUFACTURE
Bags, Envelopes, Pulp Fo.ircl, Box Board, Folding
Box Boards, Building Paper, Roofing and Deadening Felts, Sheathing, Paper Boxes, Cartons,
Oyster Pails and Specialties.
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Divided into 225,000 Shares 8 per cent., Cumulative
Preference Stock, One Dollar per Share, 25,000
Shares Ordinary Stock, One Dollar per Share.
WE  NOW OFFER FOR SUBSCRIPTION THE FIRST ISSUE OF
100,000 of the 8 per cent. PREFERENCE SHARES
In Blocks of 100 Shares at One Dollar per Share
PAYMENTS.
Fifteen per cent on application, 15 per cent in thirty days, balance at the rate Of 15 per cent
per month until fully paid.   Stock fully paid and non-assessable.   No personal liability to ghareholders.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Immediately upon the sale of the first Issue of 100.000 shares at one dollar per share the second
issue, comprising 100,000 shares, will be offered for subscription at $1.10 per share. In ordering the
stock each subscriber will kindly state lf in the event the first Issue is oversubscribed apon1 receipt
of the application by the Company, he wishes the application returned or allowed on the second issue
at $1.10 per share.
In offering the Preference shares of this Company for subscription we do so with a feeling that lt
will prove one of the best industrial Blocks ever offered ln Western Canada. It not only is certain to
become a splendid dividend-payer, but inside of eighteeu months it will be selling at a big premium.
The n t Issue of 100,000 shares Is offored In blocks of 100 shares at $1.00 per share, and the second Issue oi 100.000 shares at $1.10 per share. The Preference Btoch Is entitled to a fixed cumulative
preferential dividend of S per cent per annum, payable before any dividend ls paid on the Ordinary
shares. After the payment, of the above dividend an amount cfl,ual to 15 per cent of the remaining
profits of tho Company sliall be distributed each year pin rata O-T.Ong trio Preference shareholders ot
the Company, and 10 per eent of the balance of the profits shall Im curried forward as a special reserve fund .exclusively as a special security for the payment of preferential dividends on the Preference shares; when In any year tbe Company ls unable to pay the regular Preferential dividends of 8
per cent said dividend shall be paid out of tbo special resetve fund: provided, however, that the remainder of the entire special reserve fund sliall be distributed e\'ey five years pro rata among the
Preference stockholders of the Company. >      i    '
After the payment in each yenr of tbe 8 per cent, preferential dividends and the distribution Of
IB per cent of the net profits, and setting aside of a special reserve fund us aforesaid, thp balance of
the profit shall be paid to holders of the Ordinary stock.
1, AND WHEN COMPLETE THE PLANT WILL HAVE A WEEKLY CAPACITY OF 1204)00 LB8.
OF BAGS, ENVELOPES, BOXBOARD, BUILDING PAPER, ROOFING' AND DEADENING FELT8
SHEATHING,  PAPER   BOXES, ETC.
WE ARE  REASONABLY CONFIDENT OF HAVING OUR MILL IN OPERATION BY DECEMBER
THE   PROPERTY   SECURED BY THE COMPANY AT SAPPERTON  8IDING NEAR WESTMINSTER, HAS A RAILROAD FRONTAGE OF 1,140 FEET, AND 18 SPLENDIDLY    81TUATED,    BOTH
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GttEfiLY KOLTS, Fiscal Agent British-Canadian Wood Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd.
NORMAN CAPLE, President Norman Caple Co., stationers, Vancouver, B. C
E. R. CHANDLER,' Lumber knd Timber, Vancouver, B. C. , ;
A. 8. BRAKE, Paper Importer and Jobber, Vancouver, B. C.
W. 8. ROSE. Fiscal Agent for New Westminster. Merchants' Bank Build Inc. phone 334.
ED. F. ALLEN, Manager Fiscal Agency, B. C. Wood Pulp & Paper Co.,' Ltd.
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ADDRES8   ALL   COMMUNICATION S DIRECT TO
W. S. ROSE, Fiscal Agent for New Westminster
746 Columbia Street. Phonel655.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  MARCH
12.
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The  Dally Wews
Puuilshed by Tne Dally News Publisn.
ln^.' Company, Limiud, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
��.   H.   Paige Managing   Director
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SATURDAY,  MARCH   12,  1910.
FARMERS   COOPERATION.
Mori1 than once we have strongly
advocated the formation of a central
co-operative society or association for
the Fraser valley district. Now and
then the project lias been discussed
among an isolated few here and there,
but nothing definite has so far resulted. Recently Mr. .Metcalfe, of
Hammond, addressed a meeting of
the Mission District Board of Trade
upon this Important subject, and now
Mr. A. M. Verchere comes forward, in
the Fraser Valley Record, with a powerful plea for the co-operation of the
fruit growers of tue Fraser valley.
Mr. Metcalfe's idea of the system of
co-operation was similiar to that of the
hue Fruit and Produce Exchange of
B. C, except that instead of one
association for the entire province,
several allied associations should be
formed to cover the various districts
which are separated by the differences in climatic and transport conditions. Thus there would be one for
the Kootenays, another for the Okanagan, one for the Fraser valley and
one for Vancouver Island. Presumably these would be linked together
by the central association.
As Mr. Verchere says: "Just at
the present time the district of the
Fraser valley is in a position that
makes the marketing of fruit more
difficult that it has been in the past
and no doubt will prove to be in the
future, provided the growers get into
line and assume business methods. As
Mr. Metcalfe states, aud the sooner
we recognize the fact the better it
will he for us, the fruit from the Fraser valley shipped to the northwest
amounts to practically nothing, being
merely a drop in the bucket in comparison with the needs of the Illa1'-
ket, the whole province of B. C. only
providing about fifteen percent of the
fruit consumed throughout the northwest. Enquiry after enquiry Is sent
to the Valley asking for fruil by the
carload. When they find these orders
are beyond us to fill the buyers of the
northwest go to where the fruii can
be obtained with the result thai our
fruit can only be delivered to them
on commission, and has to be sold
in competition with the carloads
brought in, with the handicap of a
heavj express rate against carload
lots. Every independent shipper
Complains of the increasing difficulty
of obtaining a retail market, and of
being forced to place more and more
fruit yearly on commission. This is
only the natural sequence of events.
Tlie wholesaler is there to make money, the market is there and increasing yearly; the wholesaler cannot get
his fruit in sufficient quantity from
British Columbia and hc goes where
he cm procure it. Our friends across
the line are well organized, and deliver him the goods he asks for and
of the kind be wants. Do we do this
or even try to do it?
"Although  at   the piesent time  we
have only  a  small  quantity  of  fruit
sell, yet   with judicious and care-
handling, proper organization and
Co-operation of the whoie Eraser  valley,    that    small    quantity    can    bo
brought to realize us good retunsj not
perhaps  as  large  as   have   been   enjoyed by (he pioneers in the business,
bul yet, returns that will yield a good
profit  to the grower.    With co-operation  of all  or  the  main  bulk ol   the
growers In tho Fraser valley, it would
be possible to put out a traveller to
obtain   orders.     This   man  not   only
would obtain orders but would be in
a position to learn the standing of the
buyers to  whom  he sold,  and again
to Inspect delivery of the goods and
see  the association was getting honest  treatment.    Of course  the  main
Shipments would he made by carload
'jots, either   on   straight   consignment i
by refrigerator express to one point,
or to be opened up at several points
on the main line for delivery of car
Consignments.    In the carload system
the numerous advantages are so great
that it is a remarkable fact  that the |
growers sit  supinely down  and  take
no notice." '
So Mr. Verchere points out that
in addition to the advantage to be
gafneft In the way of Bales a co- I
operative association would be of the
greatest possible use to Its members
as a purchasing agency. Boxes, rrates,
phints, etc., could be purchased ln
huge numbers and at very much
Cheaper rates and with much better
attention to needs than by individual members. Then, too, a standard
or standards for grading and shipping
could be decided upon, and, by no
means least, the hands of the Express companies could be forced to
give better attention and more equitable rates.
It is time, as Mr. Verechere says,
that the growers of this district got
into line and handled the industry on
a business basis in order that they
may meet their competitors upon an
equal footing. It is to bo hoped this
important matter will not be allowed
to drop, but that it will be carefully
thought, over and discussed during
the present season and action taken
to put the Idea into practical shape
next fall.
For CHILLIWACK
AND     UPRIVER
LANDINGS
THE   NEW  STERNWHEELER
S.S. PAYSTREAK
Will Leave Brackman-Ker Milling Company's Wharf, New Westmlns-
ter,   With   Passengers  and   Freight, on
TUESDAY, MARCH 15th, 1910, at 8 a.m.
Regular sailings after above date as follows:
Leave  New Westminster Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leave Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday atad Sunday at i a. in.
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ACCOMODATIONS
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
NEW  WESTMINSTER
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2 lots on cutoff near
Edmonds Station; 38_
120. Price $300 each;
one-third cash. Under
market value.
1   1-3  acres  in  Sun.;
Section   30;   car  11m
Price  $550   per   ai ���
$1000    cash;    balam
arranged.
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Mr. and Mrs. George D. Hrymnor
arrived home early in the week from
a  visit   to  Southern  California.
Mrs. Charles II. Watson, ot Matsqui,
was visiting friends in town on Thursday.
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Mrs. Allan Purvis. Agnes street, is
spending a few days in Victoria.
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The Duodecem club met on Friday
at the residence of Miss Murio. Col-
Ion,  First  street.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Chadsey, of
Chilliwack, are spending a few days
with their daughter, Mrs. Nesbitt, Agnes street, before leaving for Southern California. Miss Helen Chadsey
will be the guest of Mrs. Nesbitt during her parents' absence.
...
The Rev. Cecil J. Leonard and Mr.
A. Lee-Ballard left for Victoria on
Monday.
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Miss A. J. MacDouga,, of Mud Bay,
was visiting relatives in town early
in the week.
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Mr. and Mrs. Marshal English have
returned from a short trip to Victoria.
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,'    Miss Peggy  MacNaughton,  of Vancouver, spent the week-end in the city,
the   guest   of   Miss   Grace   Eastman,
Fifth avenue.
* *    *
Mr. Fulton J. Worth, of Nicomen
Island, stayed  a week with  Mr. and
Mrs.    John    McKenzie,    St.    Patrick
; street.
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��� Mr. W. G. McQuarrie returned on
Tuesday from a business trip to Victoria.
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Miss Briggs was a guest in Vancouver during the week of Mrs. Hugh
Sweeney,
* *    *
Dr. and Mrs. Drew, Mrs. Coverdale
Watson and Miss Watson, Miss .lean
Connor, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Dodd
and Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Diamond were
among the Westminster people who
attended the Schumann-IR ink concert
in Vancouver.
* *   *
Miss Edith Blair, Burnaby street,
Vancouver, is the guest Of .Mrs. I'.
Douglas Sheriff.
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A wedding of great interest to many
in New Westminster was solemnized
at Hazel Brae farm, Maitsqui, on Wednesday,    February    the   twenty-third.
I Tbe bride was  Miss Bernice  Mac.ure
land   the   groom   Mr.   James   Francis
Bennett, of Vancouver, late manager
of  the   .airview   branch   of  the  imperial  bank.    The officiating clergyman  was  the   Rev,  A.  B.  Harris, ot
Abbottsford.    Mr. and Mrs.  Bennett
I will reside in Vancouver.
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Mr, and Mrs. James Anderson have
returned from a trip to Southern California.
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1     Mr.  11. W. Shiles is visiting in the
eastern states.
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.Mrs. T. Douglas Sheriff, pine street,
entertained a number of friends at
ia must delightful musical evening on
Friday of this week in honor of ber
guest, Miss Edith Blair of Vancouver.
* *    ��
The many friends of Miss Jones,
Royal avenue, wi.l regret to hear that
she is confined to the house through
Illness.
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Mrs. A. M. Wastell and Master
Fred Wastell are the guests of Mrs.
Wastell's sisier. .Miss Sharp, Vancouver.
* *   *
Miss Elsa Burnett spent tlie weekend in Vancouver with Mrs. J. G.
Davidson, Alberni street.
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Mrs. Wi.son, of Ottawa, who Is visiting Mrs. Hugh Gordon during the
winter, has been the guest of honor
at a number of very delightful functions while in the city. During the
present week Mrs. C. E. Seymour,
"Tlie Nest," Seventh street, was the
delightful hostess of a lea In Mrs.
Wilson's honor, and on Friday Mrs.
D. S. Curtis, Merrivale stret, entertained at a most enjoyable work tea.
when a very pleasant iiftenoon was
spent.
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Mr. I>. W. Rowlands, editor of the
Ashcroft   Journal,   was   the   guest   of
Mr. W. H. Keary on Saturday last.
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Air. .1. W. Crelghton has returned
from a business trip tn Ashcroft,
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Mr. II. II. Watson. M. L. A., with
Mrs. Watson and Miss Kathleen Watson,  left   Vancouver  on  Tuesday  for
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Office: Merchants Bank of Canada Building
f_ New Westminster, B.C.
Phone C86
P.O. Box  77(>
THE   ONLY    WESTERN    CANADIAN    BANK.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL ggjgjjj
PAID UP CAPITAL , $2,20u,uuy
HEAD  OFFICE,  WINNIPEG.
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No institution plays a greater pari In the development of a
country than its own bank. It was the Bank of England which
placed England's finances in their present high position. Each bank
is the financial pillar of its own country. The Northern Crown Hank
is the bank of western Canada pre-eminently���the only bank with
head offices in the west. We want the business of the people of
the west.
HIGHEST CURRENT  RATES  OF   INTEREST   ON    SAVINGS    ACCOUNTS.
For Sale Cheap ! !
INCUBA TORS
WE NEED THE ROOM
KIRK'S HARD WARE, Ne�� w
estminster, B.Cl
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Missionary    Convention
At the FREE METHODIST CHAPEL on Eighth St., March 11-12-13
Friday, 8 p. m.���Address on
Africa, by Miss Lucy A. Hart-
man, missionary from Africa.
Saturday, 3 p. m.���Address,
"The Children of Africa," b\{
Miss Lucy Hartman, missionary
from Africa.
Saturday, 8 p. m.���Address,
Women's Work in the Missionary Cause," by Mrs. Adelaide L.
Peers, Preceptress of the Seattle Seminary.
Sunday, 11 a. m. ��� Address,
"Our Missionary School," by
Rev. Alexander Beers, President of the Seattle Seminary.
Sunday, 3 p. m.���Junior Kal.y,
conducted by Mrs. R. I_>. Hill.
Sunday, 8 p. m. ��� "i Am a
Debtor," by Rev. Alexander
Beers, Principal of Seattle Seminary.
Interesting curios from all
lands will be on exhibition and
songs in foreign tongues will be
sung at every service.
have a fit
*jg_out�� store
MR. DRESSER:
NO MAI ItR HUW uuuu THE CLOTH IS UNLESS IT IS CUT
RIGHT IT WON'T FIT YOU WELL WHEN MADE INTO A SUIT.
AND REMEMBER THE SUIT THAT WILL FIT THE OIHtK
FELLOW WONT FIT YOU. YOU MUST COME TO A SI ORE
tTiAT HAS SUITS ENOUGH IN IT IF YOU WANT TO GET ONE
THAT WILL FIT YOU  RIGHT.   WE CARRY A BIG STOCK.
REMEMBER THAT OUR CLOTHING IS NOT SAWED OUT
AND SLUNG TOGETHER BY CARPENTERS BUT ARE HAND-
SCISSORED  AND   HANDMADE BY THE BEST TAILORS.
OUR PRICE WILL ALSO PLEA8E YOU BECAUSE IT TAKES
ONLY $15.00 TO $25.00 TO GET A GOOD SUIT OF CLOTHES AT
our store. ������(������aBBBKHHESaaBI
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REID & CO.
-Ti, STORE of SATISFACTION
601   COLUMBIA   STREET
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T. H. SMITH
COMPANY, Ltd.
8.
These Are
OPENING
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Phone   442.
DAYS
Hays we make specially Interesting to one and  all.    You will be
visiting   the   Millinery   Openings  no doubt  so do not  neglecl  our iD'
vitatlon  to call  and  Inspect  the latest ln Dress Goods, Wash G Is.
and ihe exclusive styles in Ladies' Ready-to-Wear. Come and l(ink
around. Our salespeople will be p'teased to show you anything In "*e
store, and give you every attention, even if you are not prepared
to purchase.
Spring Dress Fabrics
In all the newness of spring colorings, weaves and designs Stripes
In itidless variety, plain cloths, Duchess clolhs, Panamas. SergeB,
Kcsildas, Poplins, etc., In a wide range of light and dark Bhadlng*
Ranging from, per yard    50c  to $2.50
Pleasing Array of Wash
Goods
Every season brings forth new .fleas in wash fabrics. See the latest
novelties ln plain and stripped Keppe, Nanshung and Fashion p"'1'
ing. Ginghams, Prints, Zephyrs, Percales, etc. Every fashionable
color on the season represented in this extensive collection. ''"'���""���
per yard      10c to 36c
Our Stock of Ready-to-
wear
This is the seel km where we excel. We have every confidence
in expressing the fact that our stock is without an equal, and o visit
hero will convince you of this, inspect tho new one-piece dresses,
the smart creations in suits, and the exclusive styles i*i separate
Coats and Skirts, distinctive to a degree, and what is more, M��d'
erately Priced.
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEW5
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THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE FIVE.
HARRY TIDY. Manager.
Engagement of
AY ROBERTS
CHAMBERLIN GUP CHALLENGE
IS QUICKLY TAKEN UP
And Her Company
TO-NIGHT
The Judge and
the Girl
Prices :  25c,   50c   and   75c.     Tickets   on  sale  at
Ryall's, Monday. MarcK 7.
Local Cue Artists Will  Meet National
Sports Club Team in Series
of    Matches.
The National Sports club has taken
up the challenge issued by the New
Westminster billiardists. Manager
Fletcher, of the Dominion pooi room,
will go over to Vancouver today to
complete arrangements for a series of
games which will decide the lirst possessors of the Chamberlin cup. Mr.
Fletcher yesterday received a letter
from S. Robinson, secretary of the National Sports club, eagerly accepting
the challenge.
The anxiety of the Vancouver men
to get after the silverware may be
judged from the fact that the challenge only appeared In The Dally
News on Thursday morning.
The local cue artists are practising
hard for tlie match and will put up a
strong argument for the cup. Although
there are still openings for good men
on the team, the following players
will probably represent the Royal
City: ('. Coldicott, A. Andeberg, Fred
I/avis. .I.  Reid and  W. Grain.
itches...
High Grade Watch Movements at
lAMBERLIN'S, The Jeweler
Official C. P. R. Time Inspector,
ROVERS AND CELTICS TO
MEET AT MOODY SQUARE
SOCIETY.
(Continued from  Page Four.)
a six-months' trip around the world.
Mrs. Watson, formerly Miss Kathleen
Black, was at one time a resident of
' New Westminster.
* *    *
I The seventh annual dinner of the
South African Campaigners' association was held In the ballroom of the
Dutch grll. oh Thursday, March the
tenth. Among the members attending from Xew Westminster were Mr.
Otway Walkie, Mr. G. Bruce Corbould
and Mr. Charles Leamy.
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A most interesting meeting of the
Vancouver branch of the Woman's
council was held on Monday in that
city, when the various committees
presented very satisfactory reports tor
the past year. Mrs. C. 8. Keith, president of the local branch was amopg
! the out-of-town  speakers.
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Mr. Albert Beatty, Seventh street,
entertained   at   Bridge   on   Thursday
evening.
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Mrs. F. Shute will receive on Friday afternoon, March eighteen, at her
home, 0U5  Agnes street.
* *    *
Mr.   Walter   It.   Dockrill,   of   Che-
' mainus,  is  visiting  Mr.  E.  II. Johnston.
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Miss Mary Postill, of this city, is
staying with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Patten,  Pleasant vahey.
List Your Property
With Us For
Quick Sale
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The footbah match ai Which the j
Rovers expect to dispose of their
hoodoo for good will be played with
the Celtics this afternoon at Moody
square Referee Clancy will blow the
whistle at 2 o'clock sharp and what
is expected to be the best game of
the season will start. All the local
men are in good shape and are confident of victory. They lost the last
game with the Shamrocks through be-
<ng short of men, one of them having
to leave before the game was up and
another being excused from playing
on account of tripping. If they refrain from attracting the notice of
the referee this afternoon, they ougTU
to win.
The Rovers' team���Hartley, Lyons,
Kirbv. Craig. Brisbane, Crooks, Johnson, Shawcross, Hays, Robertson and
Cadyzien.
Saturday and
Monday
SPECIALS
AT
Have You Got
, Your New Hat?
We  Have Got a New
Consignment
Of
IATS STETSON'S HATS
Johnston's Shoe Store Is still running Its alteration sale. As a special
attractions to buyers this forenoon, those who produce the coupon
published in this issue on Page 2,
will get a 50 cents reduction on all
purchases   over   two   dollars. **
Our "Oopack" Tea at 35 cents per
pound, three pounds for $1. F. Jeal,
1427 Seventh avenue.    Phone 339.    **
Galvin's
Every suit of our extern*ve stock
reduced 10 per cent. Consider
that our prices are marked close;
this is a timely offer. Order your
suit   now   for   Easter   delivery.
White, Shiles & Co
628 and 746 Columbia Ftreet, New Westminster, B.C.
Main Office Phone R8S Brand Office Phane L85
ti-m
Painting Season
Mere 1
So we are looking for
you. We have the Paint
you shouid use:
Known as
S. W. P.
Finest in the World.
KIRK'S HARDWARE Columbia Street
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AMITY LOKGE. No. 27, IMF.
NOTICE.
Lodge NO.
FUNERAL
The members of Amity
27, l. O. O. F., are requested to meet
at the Odd Fellows' hall al 2:30 p. Hi-
Sunday, March thirteenth, 1910, tor
the purpose of attending the funeral
of our late Brother, Richard Benson,
of Carbon River lodge, Carbonado,
Wash. i
The members of Royal  City  lodge
and all  visiting brothers are invited
to be present.
By order of
J.   R.   McLEOD,  N.G.
W. C. COATHAM, RS.
lewcst
Sh
apes
Newest SWes I new
LAND    DIS-
Prices:
$4.00 and $6.00
HILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agent for Twentieth
Century Clothing
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
District  of  New  Westminster.
,    TAKE NOTICE that the I'itt River
j Lumber  Company,  Limited,   a   body
j corporate having Its head office at the
City of New  Westmister, Intends  to
apply for permission to lease the following described lands: ���
Commencing at   a post  planted on
the   westerly   shore  of  Pitt  river  at
Its   intersection   with   the   northerly I
side of the Canadian Pacific Railway !
Company's   right-of-way,   thence   foi- I
lowing the westerly shore of Pitt river In a northeast ly  direction,  seven
thousand  eight   hundred   (7,800)   feet
more or less to a witness post planted on said shore to locate the most
northerly   corner   of   the   Pitt   River
Lumber  Company,  Limited,  Booming
Site;   thence at right  angles  to said
shore a distance of about three hundred and llfty feet  (1)50)  feet to the
said     northerly   corner   of   Booming
Site,   said   point  being   two   hundred
(200)   feet from  low  water mark of
���.���.aid shore;   thence southwesterly and
two hundred (200) feet from said low
water  mark  seven    thousand    eight
hu__r'e_ and thirty (7s:',0) feet, more
or less, (o the southwesterly corner
of said Booming Site;   thence north
LADIES  AND  MEN'S TAILOR
625 Columbia St.
KODAKS
Now is the time
to Kodak. Full
supplies
Cameras and Photo
Supplies
Cheapest place
in the city for
Spectacles 50 cents up i
Begs to announce that she will have
her Spring Showing of MILLINERY
on
Wednesday and Thursday
Of Next Week
Latest Parisian and New York Patterns  of Dress and Tailored Hats.
All the Newest Styles in Veilings and
Fancy Trimmings.
D. S. Curtis & Co. I
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES. I
*~ "GET   THE   HABIT"
Wash Boards
HARRIET G. MOORE
548 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B.C.
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olumbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
To-day, Special at 25c, 30c and
35c Each
The Pair
646 Columbia Street.
of said Booming Site;  tnence> ���" f    cagb and gell for the Mme
westerly to point of commencement,   ��*��� uujr	
and containing sixty (60) acres, more   -ar4*n     JTT*T*      O       f*f\
THE" PITT   RIVER   LUMBER   COM-    I LL     I_LL     0.      IAJ.
PANY, LIMITED.
T. W. GRAY, Agent.
Dated at the City of New Westminster. B. C this 28th day of February,
A. D. 1910.
TAILORS
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Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block      P. O. Box 644
SPECIAL
Sunkist Navel Oranges
Large size.   The very best quality.   Sweet and juicy.   Reg. price 35e doz.   Friday and Saturday, 25c. doz.
C. A. WELSH   ^rlrim  People's Grocer
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
WORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
��,VERYTH1NG to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
PERSONS other than employees accidentally injured about the premises invariably sue for damages.
REGARDLESS  of  their  own  responsibility for the accident, or the
existence of negligence on the Part of others.
ON the slightest pretext employees may sue you. even for accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
THE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of the
accident by which he was injured.
EMPLOYERS and business me^ can HI afford to assume the risk of
this ever-increasing and uncertain liability.
CREDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business Arms is
sometimes seriously Impaired by such damage suits.
means   loss   of   time, money, endless annoyance and
go   to  law
worry.
YOUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident un
less you are insured.
ONLY  insurance  against  such  risks will enable you to fix and reduce your expenses to a minimum.
UNDER the protection of a Liability Policy  in  the  Railway  Passengers' Assurance Company you will save money and time nnd be
relieved from all such annoyances.
Alfred W. McLeod
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THE DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY, march
WESTON Lots at m
minster Junction
BEGINS THIS MORNING A T NINE
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Numerous phone calls yesterday requested that this lot and that
lot be kept off the market. In answer to these t can only say that
there will be no favorites. If the men who want any certain lots
are in the office this morning at nine they can, In all likelihood, secure the lots they desire. I'll FAVOR everyone with a square deal
and that's the best I can do.
This copy of the original letter from residents of Westminster
Junction appears on this page. The strongest recommendation I
could give of WESTON lots is weak as compared to this. Weston
lots are needed for the proper growth cf the town,���they are in
the very centre of the townsite. That the price is FAIR is proved
by the great number of requests for reservations already; this price
is:
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Westminster Junction,
March 1st, 1910
W. J. Kerr, Esq.
New Westminster
Dear Sir,
We, the undersigned residents of Westminster Junction
and employed in the various industries here, have waited for some
time for you to place your Junction property called WESTON on
the market, as we are desirous of securing lots in this subdivision
for homes.
As your property occupies the central portion of the town-
site and as many homes are now built far beyond it, we feel that
you are standing in the way of proper growth of the town if you do
not open these lots for building and development and offer them
at a fair price.   Please let us hear from you regarding your plans.
[Signed]
Yours truly,
JOHN G. TAIT
R. C. GALIE
JAMES MARS
D. McLEAN
WM. WILSON
J. ROWLAND
A. SHEARER
JOHN G. SHEARER
A. H. LEWIS CAMPBELL
ROBT. WILSON
A. R. MILLARD
$200 a Lot-$50 Cash;
Balance, 8 Quarterly Payments
WESTON is about 200 yards from the C. P. R. station at Westminster Junction.   There are business houses  close to and adjoining both side boundaries, the  Pitt  River and  C.  P.  R.
tracks   on the  front   and  fhe   Coquitlam River on the west.    Back of the property is a closely built residence centre,    tn short, the town simply surrounds WESTON.
Westminster Junction W Ul Be Link in Belt Line
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It is a well known fact that the Westminster branch of the
C. P. R. will be given electrical) power In a short time to make another link in the chain of the B. C. Electric line whose obvious purpose Is a belt line connection, Vancouver via Port Moody with the
Eburne line. Just imagine what the completion of such a work
will  mean to all  Westminster  Junction property.
The   Provincial   Government   farm, which   comprises   about   1000
acres,   is about  half  a  mile  from this property.    Fortunes are now
being spent clearing this land for  cultivation   and   buildings.    This
institution   will   simply   revolutionize   suburban  transportation   facill
ties.
OFFICE
OPEN
TONIGHT
TILL TEN
Come In
and Learn
About
WES TON
WESTON  lots are high, dry   and  cleared.    They  slope  gently towards the  Coquitlam,  giving  proper drainage and superb view.
What  else  need be  said  except that the subdivision is very limited, containing but 150 lots In all.   Ybu can judge for yourself how
long they will last.
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$200 a lot is much below the   real   value   of  this   property.     And
the terms are certainly easy,���$50 cash; balance quarterly payments.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
Page seven.
MARKET
EPORT
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
4j    TAKE XOTK
:":  has   been   uiadi
a :���
that an application
to   register  George
Troughten  as the owner in Fee Sim-
-  p,e, under a Tax Sale Deed from Ed-
*j win   M.   Carncross,   collector   of   the
Municipality   of   Surrey,   to   George
.    ke, i3 getting better every : Troughten. hearing date the 7th day
,,:        uid  the   meagre  exhibi-  of September, A. D. 1908, of all and
,le winter months are slow-' siimidar  that certain
i,,... to better displays ofjof   land   and   premisi
,,laCe '������     "'''""" '-"-'   *   in   th,
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parcel   or  tract
^^^^^^^ . ��� ses situate,   lying
lines of  produce.    There and being in  the District    of    New
1      llal features at yester- Westminster, in the Province of Brlt-
',   k but   a   bettor  tone   of   ish     Columbia,     more     particularly
prevalent and the attend- known and described as: ���
?af   ,ners  ^IS better than il I    Lot '��� li,ork 1- belnS ;i Portion of
I   ,���- gome time. .Section 20, Block 5, North  Range.  2
!"        steady  at  35 cents  re-   West.   Lots 3 and/4, part.of a. portion
Wn     nl    wholesale per ,do/.en.   of fractional sectidn 21, Htock 5 North
;" ','i, lu drop from the briefs   Range 2 West, i    \ ]
ii  week.    ' I'lie "the i\ quo-      You   and   those ������claiming   through
1   .d linn a<  la^1 week's   utader   you   and, air- persons   claim-
1 Ing    any    Interest    in      the      said
.,lS a fair Supply of   land     by     virtue     of     an       unregis-
;l1     Zaps   the demand  for  tered      instrument     and    all    per-
f   mtv was in excess of the   sons claiming aiiy interest in the said
e applies als0 to I)olk i"Lan(i Registry Aci," are required to
contest tlie cialm oMhe tax purchaser
| .   there  was  a  strong  Qe-  within  forty-five  days  from  the  date
eood  poultry.    H'owl   and pf.thjB service of this potlce upon you,
V,,l,j  well, and tlKiugii. I an'd in' detault of m caveat or certlfl-
ducks offered for sale.Acate of lis pendens being filed within
r.,'!'' |V(',,v looking for thWVsuch peVlod\or in detaull of redempj
e biought' in  were Vl\l  tiiia hefrtre regisVratioty, you aud each
A ilav. ,of you will  be forever estopped and
I lentyof applies on ox-   debarred  from  setting   up any  claim
demand for them was  to  or  in   respect  of  the  said  land,
"I ,.lt,���.     were   also  on   sale   nnd I sliall i uglsler lieorge  lroughten
. d most of them found  as owner thereof iu fee.    And I here-
������"' '  '"1U I by order that publication of this no-
,i.,.t ti,eie wis -i well ' ticf for thirty days in a daily news-
S     r    e   ^ houses, cLs   Paper published in New Westminster
, oilier animals. will   be   good   and   sufficient     service
Official Q-^ions .AJygSS k  ,h" M  *WV 0,nw'
fcdnaarteri, per lb. BfcUonojlJ^ Westminster,  ho^nce of Brlt-
:   ' l'"'  "'��� "���"   "*]-,;.   ish Columbia, this 9th day of March,
,.       i4c , A. a 19*0.
''lb ������ ;���";!' c s. Ki'HTii.
[S iiu to ?S District Registrar.
" '������������������������'   U/2   \��  ,:;     To-.-Micba.el   Robert   Barry.     John
SS :���-������������ ; ��� ���$ IM* a>���'- ��- Macfi"ia,.ic-
IT IS YOUR LOSS
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If your property is not listed with us.
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We have sold $55,000 worth of property in the last ten days. The only
reason your property is not sold is because
> it was not on our list. If you have the
goods, we have the buyers. Just you see
us at once.
tail, do_.  '���''*''
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30c
tale, per lb.
per  lb 35c
ir dozen, live  $1" to $11
NOTICE.
District of New Westmister.
anHHaaaaaaaaH -'I   "7    '.      I       TAKE    .NOTICE     that      tllll'tV      d_J-
, dozen, live ... M to $�� ;after dato date I. William E. Wright,
'   ***       *4  til.*;,! of,Clayburn, I. _., intend to apply To
 j     'ii j the Assistant Comuiissioner of Lamls
lon ' y.   jfor a license to prospect for coal and
:" ,    "vi'i    petroleum on the follgwlng described
A'   i_        i��nds:
1   ::         ������ ��� ���~? ;     Commencing at a post marked Wm.
ny !,E. Wright's southwest corner, set at
l5c ithe southeast comer of District Lot
No. 205, Group 2. New Westminster
District, thence east one mile, thence
north one mile, thence west three
fourths of a, mile, thence south three
fourths of a mile, thence west one
fourth of a mile, thence , south one
fourth of a mile to the point of commencement.
WILLIAM E. WRIGHT.
New Westminster, B. C, March 8,
1910.
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><T sack	
iwi-r. per head	
Jlier box $1.25 to $1.75
k;   clal  Easter   markel   will   bt
rThursday, March 24.
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P.O. Box 40
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IfOR  FOREST  RESERVES
,n Forestry Association Favors
ling Eastern Slope of Rockies.
' * ch ll��� The Canattian
. lUm held It s,e.even tU
.,-.: here yesierday. Ueso-
. rl ed  t'avoiing i\ forest
oie afiBtern slppi of,
Ing for ade,|ii.'ite Hie
I e    railways,    the
litiun      a  terpowers, the res-
. ��� ,   tlu   bead water;*
It ,. formation ol
toresi ves    ui    ;t"
fO PUTS A GAG ON
THC  RAUCOUS PEDDLER
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Electric Railway Service j
Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you ���
free a cake of their famous Plan toll J
toilet  v)M>, if you mentipn  ibis papct , a
Interurban Line.
1
Cars for Vancouver aud wajl
stations will run every ball
hour from 5:50 a. in. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
y L,   A movement to
. ��� i otaelesa plfcy'1 ,,;i"u'
p nearei realirotion when
I  Polict   Sti ward issued an OT-
i , aforcemenl ol ttt?
'anti-shouting' ordinance. This
thai peddlers must not call out
I
ordinance was to bave ^ll|1('
lfi'ci on January 1, but its en-
Tli ni w iiostponed to give'ped-
o -.. Hucksters, scissor
t and i in ware vendors lH^':u1'
���fue larious council coiiinii����es
di nj them the use of their
ll s would ruin tht'ir pros-
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Hardwal! Plaster
, ��� ���. i     rfi V<
Lime, Brick, etc.
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JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
gag
Cars  leavte   the   depot   every    ; ;   a   _
City Line: Cars leave t#am
ollice on tha hour, twenty minutes aften, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave \y
at ten minutes after the hour, ^
half past and fifty minutes after*
the  hour,, commencing  at  0:30 a
. twenty . minute* for both Sapj
perton and city limits over tha
city   line.
Sunday service _alf-houriy be
tween SAiO a. m. and 11. p. m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd \
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FITTINGS
Mutton, Veai,
and Poultry
Quality the Best
:
he Vi ti-Nblse society protest-
b. outings were wrecking
aervea and making life into.-
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1 record made by one man wbo
A' up all night began witli meow-
ii l  the  rattlings of milk  cans
(ho light,  and  had  a different
toi   i oh  ten minutes through-
e flay.
Antl-jN'oiso society will go after
ords.
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LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.,
Lot 5, Block 23, New Westminster
City.
Biercap, proof of the lo.ss of per-
��� Tiilo Niimhei-'lLOfisa, lithe name of William RO*
. is been died ln this ofiice.
J < ��� Ib hereby given ��hat I pbaU.
|l    i vpirntlnn oi'one inorith from
 n    Uk; , lfrai    publication'
i" ii daily newspaper published
City if New W.'St_ilni<t_ri fsaue
Plicate of the said certificate, un-
hi the meantime valid objection
lll(' to mo In w.-UIng.
[(j! 8. KEITH,   '
District Registrar of Titles.
' Registry Office, New Westmln-
���''  B  ('., February 11, 1910.
LAND   ACT.
RMLWAY CO.
Atlantic Express Leaves,!
Daily at 3:25 P.M. f
.linking direct connections for a)l
points in Eastern Canada and United
States. Revelstoke local and connection for Seattle and all points south
leaves dally at 8:B5; Agassiz local
at 5.35 p. ,m.
Canadiau Pacific Hal.way Company's Kaster Holidays Excursion.
Tickets on sale from March 24 to 28.
Good till March 30, One fare and one-
third for thi* round trip.
For further particulars apply to
KD. GOn.F.T,
I , ,       ,C.jP. R. Agent.
or C. B. FOSTER, A.C.R.A. VanVouver
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Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly '������' *  (
P. BURNS & CO.
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE 101. 641  COLUMBIA STREET.
SHOW CASES
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ARTISTIC MANGELS���STAIR RAIL- .
INGS���ALL     KINDS     OF     WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND    ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
NEW WESTMINSTER iWOODWORKING COMPANY |
Scotch Whisky
  J. BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner Eleventh  and Carllne.
PHONE 473
11 of Notice, District of New Westminster.
nke  not lob  thW John   l4r)dlnand
I  . or  Njclsbn  Inland,  occupation
P" r   inteids to   ipply  for/pormls-
I,    0  piirihafae   the   folldwlilg   de-
M lanjds\ I\| [J
"' Imenclng at a post planted at
Mutheast corner of Timber Lot
about   one   mile   northeast   of
1 N Bi.Ungs  nay, /hide\) rfortb'
'Ins lu or near srniiiriaKe,'tneneS��
1,11    chains,    thence    south    40
thence west 40 chains to point
commencement,   containing   160
s more or les3.
JOHN FERDTNANn HaOOS.
Name of Applicant.
''""I at Nelson Island, B. C, De-
Iber 29, looo.
& CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
B. C. COAST SERVICE.
Sailings from C. P. R- wharf, Vancouver. , .,
To Victoria���1:30 p. m. dally.
To Nanaimo���2 p.  m. daily except
tWOnr>a���^"eivi   w.--- aw
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B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading   Co.
^ifwftp "0CK riN AND
Royal City Plahing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster ���
Box 137
A Record of Nearly a Century.
It was in the year 1815���nearly a hundred
years ago���that the first gallon of Watson's
Whisky was produce..
It is distilled to-day in precisely the same
careful, conscientious manner as when first
placed on the market. We use the oldfashioh-
cd Pot Still and divtil Miily from Malted
Barley.
Not a quart is ever hottled until we have
first assured ourselves that it is thoroughly
matured- and that maturing process, hy the
wqy, takes place in Sherry Casks, a method
recognized hy experts as giving a specially fine
I       *laVOf'
So firmly do we believe in trie unvarying
excellence of   our   product   that  we   guarantee
absolutely every bottle &
capsule.
at
5:15, p. rn
I.WsYVifo-'
in.
Mbrch 14.
���llea.v*8 ViiSicoii-/
Siunityy; leaves Sunday
* and jC( mox
ni/M )nd4y.
4 ianilJAuhl 4.
ver at 11 p. in. every Saturday
To Chilliwack and points of call���
8 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and
Rridnvsi from. Bi C. Coast \Wluvrf; N^
For further particulars call or ad
dress
ED. GOl'LET. Agent,
New Westminster.
or
C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Qen.  Pass.   Agent,
Vancouver, B. C.
feastert*iWk M^Uing Company,
Ebuntc, B. C. ^^
FLOUR! j    FLOUR!
'���   aHi  'imperial ... ���_   t---*l Per "���'���
HUNGARIAN! JE\j|fEL..W.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL...   ..i---:��5;25 Per Bbl. ,
HINDOO FLOUR [.1  . .LH50-per Bbl-
.. sv        ���   on    FLOim a^'feed merchants
McQuarrie & to.	
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 183.
under our
lab^l and
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"THREE STAR"    A mlliLoroolkly m.tur.J Scotck.
"NO. 10"-A l��ll.h...li.J. rlcUy (Uvored Scotch.
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Ladies, consider this and then
buy a pair of CLAUSS Shears
from ,     ;   t. ���
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
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For first-class cut nowers and any Harriet G. Moore's Spring Millinery
kind of Florai work, telephone IJavles' Opening will be on Wednesday and
Greenhouse. tt_0S "Thursday  of  next   week. **
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A DEADLOCK
NOT
If you buy your Locks from us. *
Building Paper, Nails and a
Flashings sent to your jobs by   a
by ringing  up
Phone 281
The sidewalk men yesterday started laying the old rose pavements in
front of the Cosmopolitan hotel and
will finish the north side of Columbia
street as far as Lorne, at least, before they start on the south side
Got any papering and patinlng to
do?   If so, see I. Hudson, Sixth street.
Fales, the home furnisher. Carpets
galore  at knowndown  prices. **
You are you, and not the man next
door. By leaving your order at Gal-
vin's you can have a suit of clothes
which will ,be made for you, not for
the other fellow. See our ad. on
page 5. ***
Fales���The leader. 2,000 yards of
matting today at 20c per yard.     ***
For fresh Carnations, promptly delivered, plione K208, Davies' Greenhouse. **
For furniture, carpets, linoleums,
etc., try tlie New Furniture Store.
Denny & Galloway. 43 Sixth street. **
For window shades, lace curtains,
etc., go to Fales', Agnes street.      **
! The mayor has signified Iris Intention of taking in the triai trip of the
Paystreak this afternoon and doubtless some of the aldermen will grace
the occasion with their presence. The
boat will run up the river as far as
Langley and will be back in the city
about <i p. m. She will leave the
Brackman-Ker wharf at 2 p. m.
HARDMAN'S il HARRIS & CO.
HARDMAN      BLOCK.
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GETTING ON IN
THE WORLD
depends mostly in specialized ability.
The best paid men and women in the
business world are specialists. Are
you a specialist? If not take up our
special course of business instruction.
It will double your wage earning capacity. \\'e are helping a great number of ambitious young men and women.    WHY NOT VOU ?
Westminster Modern
Business School
A.  L.  BCUCK,  Principal.
610   Columbia St.
GENERAL  AGENTS
Gasoline Lighting
Red Cross Sanitary
Closet
Hall and Lavery Block
For Tasty and  Correct
JOB PRINTING we are
Leaders.
Jackson Printing
Company
THOMSON   BLOCK,   MARKET
SQUARE, PHONE  388.
The regular monthly meeting of the
scliool board will be held on Monday
night.
Get in early with your paint work-
Now is the time to see I. Hudson
Sixth  Street.
The twentieth annual meeting of
the Provincial Teachers' institute wl."
be held in Nelson, B. C, on March
129, 30 and 31. A highly instructive
and entertaining program has been
prepared, and prominent teachers
from different places in the province
will take part.
We have Just received five of the
latest models in typewriters, with
ten, fifteen and eighteen inch (interchangeable) carriages. Call and see
them at our new branch. 746 Columbia street, three doors from B. C. E.
R. static*!. Seventeen cents a day is
all you need pay to own one. White,
j Shiles it Co. **
|    The Irish concert  next  Wednesday
promises   to   be   one  of   the   musical
i feasts   of   the   season.     Some   of   the
singers will  be:   Mr.  White, of Vancouver-.   Miss Munn, Miss A. Lavery.
Mr.  Gillespie and Mr.  Williams and
Mr. Filgiiano. William Keary, jr., will
i give a violin  solo,  and  Master Crdll
| wll. dance an Irish jig.    A recitation
will be given by Mrs. White, of Vaucouver.
In a good game of bastketball last
night the St. Barnabas Basketball
Boys defeated a team from the Bugle
, band in the armory by the score of
34 to 20. Tim Mahoney blew the
whistle when necessary.    The teams:
.St. Barnabas ��� Storm. McDonald,
Hardman. Allison, Gilley; Iiugle
band���Crook,      Mortlson,      Doherty,
: O'Connor, Wintemute.
You are you, and not the man next
door.    By leaving your order at Gal-
i vin's, you can have a suit of clothes
which will be made for you. not  for
i the   other   fellow.     Sec   our   ad   on
| Page 5. **
No trace has yet been found of the
bodies of either E. F. Darcy or Colin
Taylor. The provincial police were
j searching the river yesterday, but
found nothing. A determined effort
to find one or both oi the bodies will
be made today by the city poilce.
The death occurred yesterday of
Richard Benson, who nad been suffering from cancer for some time. The
late Mr. Benson was fifty-four years
of age. He was born in Ontario, but
moved to tho States when he was a
boy, coming to Canada again several
years ago and settling in New Westminster. He is survived by a wife
and one son. The fuiiera., which Will
be in charge of Amity Lodge No. 27,
I. O. O. P., will take place on Sunday at 2:M0 p. m. from the family
residence on Royal avenue.
V
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
To the Housewife the Electrl c Sad Iron is the greatest boon possible. No device has so lessen, d the household labor. The Electric
Sad Iron Is so simple that a ch lid can operate it; and it can be used
In any part of the house wher e there is an electric light. Iron always hot; no useless walking or waiting; Ironing done in half the
time. We carry different make s and styles. Call in and let us show
them to you.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
DIED.
BENSON. RICHARD ��� On Friday,
March 11, Alice Christina, third
The   funeral   will   take   place   from
his late  residence, on Koyal avenue,
on Sunday at 2:30 p. m.
BUCKLAND--In this city, Friday,
March 11, Alice Christion, third
daughter of Robert Buckland, In her
twelfth year,
The fuDerai will take place on Sunday at 1:30 from the family residence,
on Fourth avenue.   No flowers.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
English Watc'i >kT
Gold Watc'jes for Lad!, s from $12/5
OP.
Silver Watches,    gents'    open face
16.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents'  open    ease,
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Tws Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
CITY HOMES
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block, New Westminster
$1000 cash, balance to be arranged,
buys modern residence, situate on
large corner lot, 70x126 in splendid
location, north side of Third avenue,
commanding magnificent view. House
contains the following rooms: Four
bedrooms, drawing room, dining room,
hall, sitting room, den and kitchen,
also large attic and cellar. House
nearly new and beautifully papered
throughout.
$500 cash, balance easy terms,
buys nice modern bungalow, near
Queens Park, lot 66x132. Good situation.
If you want a home, come and see
us. We can help you, and finance
any reasonable proposition.
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
To-day and Following Days
This Spring Opening Will Reveal Unimagined
Beauties in Shape and Trimming.
Think of all the most charming hats you have ever seen- then try to]
conceive style far prettier and more becoming, and still you will fall short of |
imagining anything nearly so exquisite as those to be seen here.
To-clay we draw aside the curtain with
which Fashion has concealed her charming
Millinery surprises. To-day you may
look upon her crowning efforts in pretty
headwear.
No note of jarring harshness has been introduced into this assemblage-
which represents a fasinating harmony of exqnisite shapes and tints.   All t��
radical effects have  been   eliminated���leaving only   those pleading to i\
refined taste.
Not an innovation in design or trimming which the best French ani||
American Milliners have brought out this season missing in the present sh
ing.    Many ideas have been cleverly modified to suit YOUR requirements.
And don't think because only the really
Fashionable are included, prices must
necessarily be high���those of our customers
who seek pretty but inexpensive headwear
will find just as much to interest them as
women who desire costly Millinery.
.mi /
Grand Opening Feature
in  the Suit and
Coat Section
Thursday and following days will find the READY-
to-Wear SecnoN bright with an authentic display
of the New Spring Models.
New Style Features are prominent in every garment, graceful lines, perfect harmony of material and
trimming and little touches here and there, all go
towards making our showing the most authoritative
hereabouts.
Coats, Suits, Skirts, Blouses, etc., will appeal as
never before.
We feel that we have been more than successful
in our gathering together of an up-to-date stock���
every department bears testimony to our foresight and
planning.
We invite you to visit the various Departments,
Thursday and following days.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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LtURDAY,  MARCH 12, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE NINE.
e News Real Estate and industrial Section
IN
ARE GOING UP
THIS
R
CLAYBURN MAN HAS
STRONG FAITH IN OIL
.   ^re Busy on Plans  of Homes  for  Royal City
Residents ��� Extensive Alterations Planned for
Guichon Hotel- Many Small
Residences.
C. T. Purver Owns Farm In
Centre of Petroleum District���Tests  Satisfactory.
Lring il'"1 ""��� soason is onl>'
inning, there is a fair amount
esa j,, building, both in and
the city.    Many   offices   and
lare  also   being  altered,   and
i gi ri, rally, ready for the good
are  expected this  yenr,
Hie must pessimistic.
are being prepared for many
I    [ences In the suburbs, but
���111 not commence on them until
Jri, r is more settled, and as it
i, ady  to have made up lis
|] il spring is not far off, build-
lions  will soon  show  signs
��� i, Gardiner & Gardiner, archi-
eporl  that they are commenc-
rh on a 10-room residence for
irtls, corner First avenue and
ver street.    It will be a frame
ngle dwelling of the bungalow
mroughly finished in every re-
The hall and dining room will
irquetary floors, and a beamed
".ill add :i finish to tlie dining
Tl ��� re will be seven bedrooms
, il offices.    The" residence
and on a double iot, allowing
' r a garden.   The contractors
Marshall  & Parsons.
e  firm  is just  finishing a
on  Third  avenue  for    R.    K.
an  containing eight rooms i_d
room.    The bouse  will be
a   style  different   from   the
will   be   haif   timbered
with gables, and steam heated. The
contractors are Sloan & Harrison.
A bungalow lo be erected on
Twentieth street for George .Mead is
also in their hands, and work will
be commenced at once. It will contain seven rooms, a hall and a deep
verandah running the front and sides.
Sloan & Harrison are the contractors.
Extensive alterations are planned
for tlie Guichon hotel, which Gardiner
Bros, are undertaking. The lower
part will be used for four stores and
the upper part for rooms.
Plans are also being prepared for
houses for IA X. Sutheland, to be
erected on the corner of Merrivale
and Agnes streets; G. Bruce Corbould,
on Royai avenue; E. L. Webber, an
eight-room house, on Queen's avenue,
and I-). McPherson, on the corner of
Third and Fourth avenues.
C. H. Clow, architect, reports a
great number of plans for new
houses. One is -a brick block with
stores and apartment rooms, to be
erected at Sapperton.
Excavation work has commenced on
a job of his on Sixth avenue, for a
large ten-room residence. He is also
building a bungalow for W. L. Britton,
Colllngwood, containing two living
rooms and four bedrooms, bathroom,
etc.
A real estate office is being built
by him for Sydney Durham, at Port
Moody.
C. T. Purver, of Clayburn, was a
visitor ln New Westminster yesterday. Mr. Purver owns a farm right
in the centre of the oil belt and expresses strong belief in the existence
of petroleum in the vicinity of Matsqui Prairie. Mr. Banfleld, president
of the company which has been
formed to prospect for the oil, returned from San Francisco a few days
ago, bringing with him several bottles of oil which the American experts had extracted from Matsqui
sand taken there by Mr. Banlield. The
oil ls pronounced to be first class.
> Mr. Punter's farm ls wilhln a
stone's fTirow of the Clayburn brick
works. He states that the company
there is preparing to do a tremendous
business this summer. Five new
kftfTs, which will require about half a
million bricks are ln course of con-
sfructlon.
WATERFRONTAGE DEMAIHR
IS STEADILY INCREASING
put the deal through.
This ls tlie second important. Lulu
island waterfrontage deal within a
week, and though not so large as the
$T(),(i(H) one of a few days ago, it shows
the tendency prevailing, which is not
to wait for industries to come in,
and values go up, but to take time
by the forelock and get on at once.
Waterfrontages are being sought
after everywhere just now. Over in
Victoria they are waking up lo the
fact that this class of reai estate is
worth possessing, especially when
railway  companies are wanting lt.
SAPPERTON   PROPERTY.
Acreage in  East End of City Selling
at Good Figures.
Evans & Darke report a good week
especially In Sapperton property. Lots
in that district are sel.ing and reselling quickly.
During the week they have also disposed of over fifteen acre? at $1750
per acre in Sapperton.
The Vancouver Realty Co. has purchased from W. A. Ingram four blocks
In Sapperton, on the Hill side, for
$4500.
The B. C. Distillery has s.old eleven
acres in Lot 1, Group 1, for over $800
per acre.
TL H. Cook has soid forty-six acres
of city property, Group 2, for $1200.
-CHILLIWACK'S   PROPOSED
DRAINAGE    SYbltM
A waterfront deal went through yesterday on Luiu island of 1700 feet
frontage and 40 acres for $19,000. The
object of the purchaser is not to
build on the property, but to hold it
for speculation. Owing to the big demand for water frontage in this districts, he expects to turn it over satisfactorily.   M essrs. Wilson and Cook
Chilliwack,   .March   11.���The   question  of  a city  drainage  system  was
considered at the last board meeting,
i und a resolution passed recommending the city council to secure the services   of   an   engineer   to   investigate
local   conditions   and   report  on   the
cost of a system.    The necessity ol
such  a  system  is  recognized  by  all
classes of the community, but many
[are afraid to support it on account of
I the probable outlay which ls roughly
estimated at from $30,000 to $40,000.
��ERT0N PROPERTY
ATTRACTS ATTENflON
I
Are Buying in East
Id of City-Prices Re-
pn Firm.
BEING INVESTED HERE
Alberta People Are Buying
Fruit Lands - Small Tracts
Sell Well in Surrey.
ears ago after years of ar-
tbll a tVw miners and sappers
bu igei lal place in which
le; from all the land available
fti.'in' they chose a place which
initially named after them���
Ln.
Uiis suburb, If it can be so
Ie  one of  tho most thriving
|vitliin thi   city limits, and pos-
11 the necessary qualifications
|th  Industrial  and    residential
s.
lily the waterfrontage Is fairly
Uten up; fancy prices are being
I for what Is left.   Beginning at
funette mills there follows the
II Glass Works, which have been
or ,i time and are now to com-
work   again   under    dinerent
Bement;   next comes tbe  _.  U
lery, the  Vancouver-Prince   tin-
(Abattoir,   work  on   wnicri   nas
P" n commenced.   This site Is an
one as two lines of railway pass
large plant is to be erected on
J ninny hands will be constantly
Jyed.   Tin   _ aterson Manufacture
i>nipany has Just purchased a site
I here, on which they will erect a
Ir manufacturing plant. Another
with a waterfrontage has also
pd hands, but no particulars are
��inl as to the object of the pur-
r whether he has bought It
^peculation  or  for an  industrial
oilier  side of the  railway
[Is th,. new abattoir of P. Burns
mpatiy and not many yards east
���  the  railway and  the creek,
re busy laying the foundations
Bl four-storey  brick  building  for
���ni Canada Bag,  hlnvelope
��x company, which will occupy |
'  feet  and  employ  ahout  *>ou |
i"lj   all   tho   vacant  lease   'and
ig alongside the line from the
to this site Is owned by Seattle
lulatora who have seen in it ideal
:  manufacturing plants, owing
proximity   to  three   lines   of
'ays,
Iittisfiod with having such fa-
(s tor Industries on its southern
pr, Sapperton has back of it an
1   residential   district,     tnai   lor
Ity of scenery would be hard to
1 in British Columbia.   The view
Shaughnessy   Heights,  in   van-
' i    lias  not haif the  charm,  or
the changes   In  color   that the
from the Sapperton Heights has.
ending on   the   new  school   site.
���Oh is now being stumped  ready
ft!"  magnificent block, which Is to
ll,v It, one obtains a view eicell-
! the most Idea, panorama.
Pnge after range of blue  moun-
atretch trom east to west, with
^now capped peaks changing In
pvery hour.   In the distance is
stately Mount Baker,  solid and
[t, and heiow is one of the finest
[8 of the Fraser view;  for miles
1ran see the tug boats bringing
* 'he hooms of the Eraser and
W. J. Kerr, Ltd. reports a large
week's business, made up of comparatively small transactions. The sales
of lots for building purposes in all
portions of the city were surprisingly
large, prices ranging from $Goo to
$1200.
A notable feature has been the call
for West end property. Among these
purchasers were quite a number of
Edmonton capitalists. Mr. Kerr en-
Joys a large acquaintance In that city.
Sales from one acre to ten along
the Chilliwack tram for fruit and vegetable raising have been numerous
this week.
Numbers of the owners at the
Model farms are being aroused by
the good weather and a good deal of
development work for producing small
tracts will be started there soon.
These properties are on the Chilliwack tram and the Johnson road.
"The Interest regarding our properties at Westminster Junction has
been quite a marked feature of the
week," said Mr. Kerr, "and I am quite
sure that the sales ln this quarter will
be the event of the week, but we are
not opening the sale of this till Saturday at nine o'clock.
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| Brunei to mills and the steamers bearing down from Chilliwack.
I     lt   Is  not  to   be  wondered  at   that
' within the last few weeks since lots
| were   first   opened   In   this    district,
they  have  been  snapped  up at  $400
| a  lot  and  changed   hands  again    at
|800  and   are   now  being  offered at
,$1000.     This   ls   property   lying   east
of the new school grounds, which oc-
1 cupies five and a half acres.
Since work began here the advance
in prices has been phenomlnal and a
couple of weeks ago the extension of
the Hospital road leading up to the
school was put on the market at
|450 a lot, and snapped up. Today
the fires are burning up the old
stumps from the roadway and ln a
few weeks the road will be open for
traffic.
Back of Sherbrooke street, lots are
fetching good prices. To some these
prices may sound high, but when It
Is reraerabererd that they are within
the city limits and that light, water
and drainage are obtainable, as we.l
as beautiful scenery, the present value placed on them ls rldlculosly low.
Inside of six months these same lots
will be cheap at double the present
prices.
Roughly speaking Sapperton has a
population of 3000 and there is not a
doctor or a drug store in the place.
A lack of stores also ls noticeable
but long before the school bell is
heard ringing from the new building
all these deficiencies will be things or
the past. For now that work Is commencing on the roads and bui.dit.gs
are going up nothing can stop the
residential growth of this beautiful
suburb.
A GENUINE SNAP
^Ve can deliver 160 acres
in Cloveraale, adjoining
town site, at $100.00 per
acre. The very cheapest
buy in tne market to-day.
GREAME & SHIRLEY
Curtis Block
FOR SALE
ROYAL AVENUE
Lot m Best Locality.
For a _ew days only.
PRICE $800.00
Address J. K., Daily News
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LEE'S
GREAT 30 DAYS
Re-organization
Sale
Is on in full force.    $30,000 w. rth of Fine Furniture
At Marked Down Prices
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We Please the Most Critical
PRICES CUT  TO THE QUICK
25, 30 AND 50 PER CENT. REDUCTIONS
Furnish your house now.   Select that odd piece you have coveted    4.
now. __\
The first few days' deliveries may be slow, but we ask you to
be patient.
All country orders packed free.
Look for the green tickets    Everything marked in plain figures.
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LEE'S, Limited
Successors to Lee's Furniture Emporium
Columbia   Street New Westminster, B. C.
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Cheap  Lots
Five full sized corner lots in Sapperton.
Price $1250. Terms : $300 cash, balance
6,12 and 18 months.
1 lot on 11th Street, below 3rd Avenue,
Price $420, one third cash, balance 6 and
12 months.
P. PEEBLES
Real Estate Broker and Financial Agent
620 Columbia Street New ^^Vestminster, B.C.
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Brownsville Snap!
9% ACRES���On Yale Road and B. C. E. R.; fine proposition for
subdivison. Come ln and see us about this at once. Price and
terms O. K.
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Carter & Carver   I
Real Estate Brokers
Room 6, Guichon Block
Plione 681      I
A DELICIOUS
CUP OF COFFEE
whose aroma ls fragrant and appette-
Ing, a chop or steak with fried potatoes, or a dainty broiled chicken,
such as we prepare, to tempt your
appetite these cold mornings, Ib what
you need. We can tempt the palate
of an anchorite.
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA  STREET,  OPP.
TRAM OFFICE.
TRY OUR
Poultry Food
25c Per Package
Ryall's Drug Store
EYES TE8TEO FREE BY OPTICIAN
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range in the background is unsurpassed. j
No one who can think will deny that
UTM WESTMINSTER
Is destined to be a great city, and at the prices and terms which we
are now quoting these lots, they are by far
The Best Value Yet Offered
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and will double in price every six months for some time to come.
$25 in cash will secure one of these lots.       Balance spread over
Eighteen months.
Buy quick or you won't get a look in.
Hale Bros.
Limited
Kennedy
Real Estate, Insurance and Timber
Over Merchants Bank, Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets
Phone 335
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
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THE D\iLY NEWS.
PAGE ELEVEN.
ISEWIVES FAIL
IN GOOD COOKING
.      Wiley,  Government
>ert, Says���Leave Cul-
try Art  to   Domestics.
Marcl,    11. ��� American
[Ves  accordTng to Dr. Sai-vey
' ead ,,, the chemistry bur-
,,���',��� department of agriculture,
��� good cooks.
.. Zve too willin- to leave cook-
komestics," he said yesterday.
L men ui thin country have yet
'   nun the preparation 01    a
��� ���n nl   not  dYugory.    Wntm
Iderstand  this we snail    nor.
more cheaply, hut we shal.
,,,..it(T nation."
\vihy   bald  that    cooking    in
apd most of the   continental
g ft-aa much better than here.
,, nch meal,* said the govern-
00d expert,  "has taste.    Tne
,  prance understand how to
A,|(   i��� tin' dishes they pre-
Bellcate gradations    of    liavor
,..,. du not comprehend even re-
Marketing is a subject with
,, iv Fundi housewife worthy
name is trained from    chlitl-
rhe women there know how to
[���hey know, for instance, that
, ',,i  foqd is not  necessarily
cause it costs a great dea., a
.it American women ;. jp_rent-
it understand,
.isy on the  Pocketbook.
ich  meals,  thereiotv. In  "oui-
belng excellent for the stom-
not rest heavily on theTocK-
A French  woman will take
i piece of meat, dress tt and
perfectly and put lt on  tue
dish fit for a king.   She un,
,1s   how  to  use  spices,    bne
iod  meals from only fair ma-
because  Bhe  puts  Into    ner
that thing which ls more than
fhe fine art of c.oktng.
lleve that as an economic pro-
tuis   country   cannot   anoru
���<ook the subject oi  coomeg.
;i. l believe it was, Baid ttiat
y travels on Its stomach.   The
i true of a nation.    An ill-fed
i weak race���weak mentally
slcally. Give us the best cooks
i world and  this country  win
mtinue the greatest nation on
LAND  AC IS.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Ole Lee, of Bonton
occupation   farmer,  intends   to  apply
for permlssloa  to purchase  the following  iii scribed  lands:
Commencing at a post planted In
a small buy al N.W. corner of Hudson
island. Applying to purchase the
Whoie Island containing 80 acres,
more or less, and is situated southwest of Mars Island.
OLE LEE,
SHERMAN Ii. FORD,
March lb, l'jio. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Joseph Storms, of
Kelsey, occupation farmer, intends to
I apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted ln
ja small bay on west shore of Triangle
Island.    Applying  for   tlie   whoie  is-
land,   containing   40   acres,   more   or
less, situated south of Crib island.
JOSEPH STORMS.
SHERMAN  H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that John Peterson, or
Vancouver,  occupation  carpenter,  Intends to apply for permission to purchase tho following described lands:
I    Commencing at  a post planted at
the N.E. coiner of T.L. 26186, on Midsummer island, thence following said
line of T.L. south, west and north to
the  shore;   thence    following    shore
westerly,   southerly,   easterly,   northerly and westerly to point  of    commencement;    containing    200    acres,
more or less.
JOHN  PETERSON.
SHERMAN 11. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Battle Creek, occupation baker, intends to apply f01. permission to pur.
chase the following described mnds:
Commencing at a post planted at
the N.E. corner of T.L. 27243 on
Swanson island; thence following line
of s:iid T.L. south, west, north and
west to shore; tlience following shore
southerly, easterly, northerly, .and
westerly to point of commencement;
containing 300 acres, moro or iess.
GEORGE PHILIPS.
SHERMAN II. FORI),
March 10, 101b. Agent.
tends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lunds:
I Commencing at a post plained In a
,bay on the south shore of Pearl Island, thc north Island In the Indian,
group, containing SO acres, more or
less. Applying for the whole isiand,
wliich Is situated at the west end of
Vil.age island.
GUY  JOHNSON.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice  that Guy Johnson, of
Xenia, occupation harness maker, in-
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Alven Houcben, of
Iowa,  occupation  farmer,  Intends  to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted  in
a small bay on the south shore <ifl
Hazel Island, at the S.E. point of. llar-
bledown island, containing 20 acres,
1 more or iess. Applying for the whole
island.
ALVEN HOFC11EN.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
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Comox Land District.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take  notice  that  Charles  William
Preston, of Madrid, occupation    barber, intends to apply for permission
. to  purchase  tho  following described
hinds:
|    Commencing at a post planted at
the west end  of  Alder  island,    the
\ largest island in the Carey group, containing 40 acres,  more or  iess.    Ap
plying for the whole Island, which ls
situated near the west end of Tumour island.
. CHARLES WILLIAN PRESTON.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice  that  John  Elkens, of
Roone, occupation butcher, intends to
apply for permission ot purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
west end of Cedar island, containing
40 acres, more or less.    Applying for
the whole isiand,  which is situated:
at the west end of Midsummer island.
JOHN EIKBNS.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that George Philips, of
Wiley uttered a warning
.,, the meat boycott, which, he
was dangerous to health at this
h( year.
bnt give up meat during the cola
|- 'he said, "the system needs
T, i . tron_er than vegetation
I, o keep the body up to its*.
\ ..-. ature.    Persons    who
I   to  meat   will   injure
feealtl    i     msly if they leave It
ju8t lime when _< ating
i . to stimulate the
ol tin body,
Pi.n't mean that one should eat
t dea, i | Meat. Most people
f . mm h, anyway, 1 know I do.
��� i nougta meat to satisfy the
Iral craving for it. Meat usoi.
\ li Iv ni ver hurts any one. the
it to the contrary notwith-
11
pADIAN COURIER HAS
GOOD ARTICLES THIS WEEK
fia week's issue of the "Canadian
Her" is exceptionally good. Z. A-
B's article on "Bank Inspection"
! Inti rest business men BUd Mr. W.
Il' splendid   mining     story,
Weight of Metal," will entertain
fbody.   The Courier manages to
foul a number of splendid features
I evi rj issue.   Besides these men-
f'-'l  there  is  an  excellent  article
I'Canada'a Timber Famine," by Dr.
ps of the Faculty  of  Forestry,  a
endkl page of pictures of the first
I'i-Ii  Cabinet meeting    after    the
lotion and another page of pictures
Im the Toronto Automobile Show.
|e illustrations generally are excel-
and  the cover ls a very    fine
l"i' I sketch of an automobile girlie i'mirler's  covers are  nearly  ai-
fv-1  delightful  as becomes  a  high-
ed weekly wliich Is "Read tn Nine
ounces."
���R BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
LASTS JUST ONE  MINUTE
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, lirms 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 1S69)
Capital  Paid-Up    $ 5,000,000
Reserve       5,700,000
Total Assets    70,000,000
New Westminster, B. C.  Branch,
F. SHUTE. Manager.
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.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
t/mce 'Phone ,1l_.      Barn Tbone 13?
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered    promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters!
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
i Telephone 13. Office. Eighth 8t.
Mi
Dl     I
Ail til
brch
Imp
|rthc
t>m
(ilil'l
itlc   City,   N..f.,     March   it-���
��� she  was  born on February
��� A.  B. Endicott, wife or Clr-
'"nt Judge Endicott, has boon
to have one-minute birthdays
Pee years ln four. Mrs. Endicott
ated her birthday only during
me that the clock was striking
ght,  between  February  28  and
1. She claims this neutral
legally represents ber proper
ay and that she has a decision
her  husband to    support    her
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
Antral Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
wntr Eight* Bt. ana   p_t_ Ave__e
PHONE S7<_
FOR  FIRST  CLASS
'ob Printing
GO TO THE
r39^?ROW PRESS
[      ���0NT  ST.,  WINDSOR   BLOCK
r��t>rletreBs, Mrg. M. Domlny.
Estimates Given. Phone 567.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
PAINTER6,  PAPER-HANGERS   AND
DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, between Second avenue and Third streets.
NEW WESTMINSTER       - B.C.
W. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH  8T. PHONE  R527
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Th��t��. P. Young. Prop.
NA-DRU-CO.
When you see this Trade Mark on any Medicinal or Toilet Preparation you purchase, it is
an assurance to you that every ingredient entering into that preparation is of the highest quality
that money can procure. What is even more important, it is an assurance that these ingredients
have been compounded, according to the best formulae known, by expert chemists of long
experience, in the employ of one of the largest wholesale drug firms in the world, the National
Drug and Chemical Company of Canada.
As you have probably noticed, "NA-DRU-CO" is made up of the first parts of the words
"National Drug Company".    It is pronounced "NA-DROO-KO", with the accent on the second syllable.
Being aware of the extensive use in Canada of simple household remedies and toilet preparations, we felt certain that Canadians would welcome a line of these goods, sold under a distinctive
trade mark, that they could be sure were not only of the highest standard and guaranteed purity,
but were compounded by expert chemists, from formulae that had been well tried out.
What The Laws Say
For the protection of the public the law of each Province
in Canada states that only thoroughly qualified men are
allowed to dispense prescriptions���these men being physicians
or graduates of recognized Colleges of Pharmacy. Therefore
if a doctor gives you a prescription the laws of Canada
require that it be dispensed by a duly qualified druggist and
not by a man ignorant of the action of drugs.
The logical conclusion is that as the laws are made by
the representatives of the people, the people want protection,
and should welcome the opportunity of being able to procure
in auy part of Canada medicinal and toilet preparations
compounded hy expert chemists and guaranteed by a
firm of our standing.
When you see the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark you have
this opportunity and the guarantee for which you are looking.
Source Of The NA-DRU-CO Formulae
The National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada,
Limited, acquired the businesses and maintains the honorable
traditions of 21 of the principal Wholesale Drug Houses ia
Canada, from Halifax to Vancouver.
All of these firms had long and successful careers, some
of them for fifty to one hundred years, and during their existence they had accumulated a splendid lot of formulae which
all became the property of the "National". After giving
these formulae careful study and practical tests for several
years we have now brought out, based on them, the
NA-DRU-CO line of about 125 medicinal and toilet preparations. All the ingredients in these preparations are the
best and purest that money can buy, and they are compounded by a staff of expert chemists, each of whom ranks
high in his profession.
We have such implicit confidence in NA-DRU-CO Preparations that we offer them with
A Four-Fold Guarantee
The First Guarantee
is the firm behind the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark.
The National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada,
Limited, is one of the largest wholesale drug firms iu the
world, having a Paid-up Capital of over Five Million Dollars.
We have wholesale branches in the principal distributing
centres of Canada so that you can at all times satisfy yourself
that there is such a firm. We are the largest buyers of
drugs and do the greater part of the wholesale drug business
in Canada. We employ a staff of about nine hundred people
and distribute in salaries, dividends and other expenses over
One Million Dollars annually. We carry a stock distributed
among our Branches of about Two Million Dollars, and in
addition we own real estate and buildings which are to-day
worth about Five Hundred Thousand Dollars, and other
large assets. All this stands as a guarantee behind each
package bearing the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark.
The Second Guarantee
of NA-DRU-CO quality is the NA-DRU-CO trademark itself.
If we put this Trade Mark on one article only and
proceeded to advertise it, plain common sense would tell us
that we must make that article good or we would lose out���
for people will not keep on buying unreliable goods.
Multiply that necessity for quality by over one hundred
and you have our position. On the quality of each
NA-DRU-CO article is staked not only our investment in
that article and our hope of trade in it, but our investment
and our hope of trade in the whole NA-DRU-CO line.
We know that the quality of the first NA-DRU-CO
preparation you buy will practically decide whether you
become a regular user of NA-DRU-CO articles or not���
and for that trial you may select any oue of the 125 preparations. We welcome this because each article is fit to
uphold the reputation of all.
The Third Guarantee
of NA-DRU-CO quality is the fact that NA-DRU-CO
preparations are never, at any time or in any place, sold
at cut prices.
NA-DRU-CO preparations are so much better than
the preparations whose prices are cut that discerning people
prefer to pay full prices for the NA-DRU-CO goods, because
they have the guarantee th^t every NA-DRU-CO article
is compounded by expert chemists from the very best
ingredients.
The Fourth Guarantee
of NA-DRU-CO quality is short and very much to the point.
If after trying any article bearing the NA-DRU-CO Trade
Mark you are not entirely satisfied, return it to the druggist
from whom you bought it and he will hand back your
money. He will do it willingly,'too, because we guarantee
to stand the loss and return to him every cent he gives back
to you.
NA-DRU-CO Preparations Not "Cure-Alls"
There is no NA-DRU-CO preparation that will cure everything, and we don't ask you to believe that there is. But there
is a separate NA-DRU-CO remedy for each common ailment
���a- remedy that will command the confidence of the public.
Consult Your Physician
NA-DRU-CO medicinal preparations are not intended
to take the place of your physician's prescriptions���far
from it. When you are ill you need the physician's skilful
diagnosis and treatment, and it would be folly to depend on
your own diagnosis aud any household remedy.
Bnt in emergencies when you cannot get the doctor
quickly, and in many other cases, a reliable household
remedy is a real blessing.
To put the absolute reliability of NA-DRU-CO preparations beyond
doubt or question, we are prepaied to furnish to your physician or
your druggist, on request, a list of the ingredients in any NA-DRU-CO
preparation. Ask these men, who are men of standing in your
community, and in whom you place implicit confidence, all about
NA-DRU-CO remedies.
If your druggist has not the particular NA-DRU-CO preparation you ask for in stock, he can get it for you within two
days from the nearest of our wholesale branches, listed below.
The following is a partial list of the NA-DRU-CO preparations:
Aperient and Laxative:
Kidney and Liver Pills
Little Uver Pills
Cascara Laxatives (Tablets)
Cascara Aromatic Tasteless
Fig Syrup
Fruit Saline
Blood Purifiers,
Stomach & Liver 1
Kerb Table-
Herb Tea
Blood Purifier
Sarsaparilla
Bowel Complaint* 1
Blackberry Cordial
Wild Strawberry extract
Essence of Ginger
For Children:
Baby's Cough Syrup
Baby's Soothing Powders
Baby's Tablets
Soothing Syrup
For Children: (Continued)
Worm Syrup
"      Powders
"     Lounges, Chocolal*
"     Sticks
Hive 8yrup
Sugar ol Milk
Coughs aad Colds:
Baby's Cough Syrup
Hive Syrup
Linseed, Licorice and C_lorodyn*
Throat Gargle (1 sixes)
"      Pastilles
Dyspepsia and Indigestion:
Charcoal Tablets
Dyspepsia Tablet*
Eye Troubles:
Eye Water
*   Salve    ���
Foot Remedies 1
Corn Cure Liquid
"     "    Salve
Foot Remedies:   (Continued)
Foot Powder
Headache Wafers.
Kidneys:
Buchu Juniper Kidney Pills
Kidney Cure Liquid
Liniments and Plasters:
Healing Oil
Liniment, White
Mosquito Oil
Plasters
Witch Hasel, Distilled
Ointments and Salves I
Carbolic Salve
Rcsems Ointment
Healing Salve
Menthol Salve
ReSorclBol Ointment
Stainless Iodine Ointment
Pile Ointment <�����'*">
Rheumatism:
Rheumatism Cure
Toilet:
Camphor Ice
Cold Cream, (1 sizes)
"   Theatrical, (3 sises)
Complexion Crean:
Cucumber & Witch Hazel Cream
Witch Haael Cream
Talcum Powder, Violet
Rose
-      Flesh
Tooth Paste
"     Powder
Hair Restorer
TeUcsi
Beef Iron and Wlae, (s sizes)
Cod Liver Oil Compound,
Tasteless, (�� sises)
Cod Liver Oil Emulsion, (1 sizes)
 iu Sasks, (3 sizes)
Tonics:   (Continued)
Quinine Wine
Quinine Iron and Wine
Syrup Hypophos, (> sizes)
Celery Nerve Tonic
Mervotone
Iron Pills
Blaud's Pills
Toothache:
Toothache Drops
"      Gum
Miscellaneous:
Antiseptic Fluid
Ssnitary Tablet* (Antiseptic)
Santa! Perles
Marking Ink
Extract of Beef, 2 sises
Rennet Tsblets
Sabadlha (Dredge Bose*)
,
Limited
Wholesale Branches at:
Halifax ��� St John ��� Montreal ��� Ottawa ��� Kingston ��� Toronto ��� London
Hamilton **�� Winnipeg��� Regina -- Calgary ��� Nelson ���Vancouver ���Victoria
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Vacant Lots
J      " Garden of Eden," Sapperton Heights
*   Full size lots at $250.   Terms: $50 cash,
$8.50 monthly.
2     First Street, City.   Snap.    Full size
lot, $250 cash.
O     Four lots on Hospital Street.   $10 cash,
balance, $5 monthly.   Hustle for these.
m      Sapperton, close in, bunch of twelve
5
6
lots, full size, at $200 each to take the lot.
Terms or discount for cash.
Block of 10 lots in the residential quarter of Sapperton, $2500, on easy terms.
Full half acre lots on Yale Road and
B.C.E.R. new line, $300, $100 cash, balance
6, 12, 18 and 24 months.
Homes
T $1600. Industrial district of Sapperton.
Seven rooms, suit small family. $200
Cash. $20 monthly, less than rental
value.
O $2100. On two full sized lots, newly
built cottage in the best part of Sapperton. Cheap today, will double in value
in six months. $1100 cash, balance in 33
months by arrangement.
Q $2500. 7 roomed house, with modern
conveniences. $1500 cash. Sapperton
Heights.
| f%     $3500.   Concrete house on Hamilton,
* v 9 rooms, everything modern, half cash,
balance on terms.
\ \ $7000. In the heart of the city, full
acre of land, half block from car line,
modern house, stables and cow shed, fruit
trees.   Cheapes        in the city.
12 $10>000- Hotel, 19 rooms, barn for
16 teams, built on four lots, facing three
fronts. This should attract keen buyers.
$1000 cash, balance on terms.
EVANS
706 Columbia St
DARKE
Phone 512
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