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UMBER 91.
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WHITE, SHI
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NEW   WEST
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NEW  WESTMINSTER, b. (
MITTEE
0 LAST NIGHT
^ Dr. Sipprell and
Kurtis Advisers to
��ion.
Heral ������"���>"i">: of delegates
I rent educational,
organizations in
, .llnland of the province
���f   . ;: ��� e Vancouver City
towing committee wns ap-
,-, on different
rdte8 on the lower main-
I hi '��� commission re-
Clnted by the provincial gov-
"Acting Mayor Ramsay, of
mm,- Mayor Lee, of New West-
1 Vancouver; D.
BATU   UOAV MORNING, APRIL 23
1910.
TEN PAGES.
Pb
FIVE  CENTS.
THINK  THIS  BIG.
I aim
Edmonton  People Excited Over Prof;*
of $4,000 on  $106,000 Deal.
Edmonton,   April   22.���A   profit   of
$4,000 within ten days on a big piece
oi Edmonton property was made herj
this week by R. K. Dabney, of Port
land, Ore., who bough! a Blxteen-foot
Btreel corner at $ioi;,oiMi on Tuesday
and sold it last night to Toronto cap!
talista for $lin,ooo.   The Toronto people will build a big office building on
the property.
TfAMSTER hASLEIi BROKEN ISEBOOl DEBENTURE BYLAW
IN BAD URAIfl ACCIDENT I rei; 507,580 IS PROPOSED
WICKERSBAM BISCOSSES
PCWEII OF GU6GENRE1HS
With Morgan, Dictate to Alaska
Copper   Miners.
Auto Frightens City Team and Char|M I Board  Qf   .^  ^^   Decides   ^
Smith   Is   Injured���Chinaman
WINNER   MISSING.
Also  Hurt.
Charles  Smith,
employ, of the
Sum   Is   Necessary  to   Buiid
Three Schools.
���'-'������"���' :*'u.::y���z.y':   -������""���
his wagon yesterday mornlni and ba.l
his leg broken in two i lac   .   He was
chiving
���  wew  Wi s'minster;   H.
the near
ask id   by   the    board    of
school trustees to submit a debenture
--   bylaw to the ratepayers for the pur-
Si��h   avenue   when   an  aui ,bi"  I!���'0   f!8   ��� ATi ����'W'
e.one  along,   I ���      ,, , ,..,   which I   to be expended in the build-
and causing 11 em   o . m av ���      '   " UIS 0l three Bchools- one a hl*b s,'hntl1
_,    .     ,   ,                                                The  amhulinnfl   ��,,. __���, '"'       , at a cost of $60,000, and the others at
Alaska  Delegates Say They, Together   thTtajSSd^S   was          ���'      fi f^""'*""  "'^  *3B-��00) "* on L"Ul
Royal Columbian I      I |Isl*��d  (cost $2,500).
A  horse belonging to a Chinaman *',"?' tr,UBteeB held a or"*"-
Hlp   Von,,   who   wa   driving aTong ?"? *'" ' "" clty, counc" on Mond!,y
about the same place, also took fright last' ;'n<1 sim,'e *�� tlme have held
at  the  general mlxup  and he was irTl ?'"en the *b��ve amounta
thrown out and cut about the face ^re decided upon as being necessary
S.!    Washington, April  22.���The extent
; Dr. Davidson, of of Guggenheim control of trans]...im-
imiversiiv college, Vancouver, ' tion and mineral interests in Alaska
���Vrsklne North Vancouver; Max-   was    discussed    by   Delegate   .lames
Kith Vancouver;  Dr. Sipprell, j .WIckersham    yesterday   before   the
Man college. New Westmln- committee on  territories,  iu connects p Argue, \ mi ouver. | tion with a hearing on bills that would
Man Who Drew Prize in Lottery Can
not Be Found.
Spokane, April 22.���Paul Klotz, the
man who drew No. 9 In the Ooeur
d'Alene land drawing last August, la
missing. He has not been seen by
his friends nor heard fiom since last
summer. At that time he h ft his
carpenter's tools and his clothes at
his boarding place at Avery, Idaho ex
pect ing to return for them In a few
w^eks. lie is due to file on his claim
May 4.
BSONAM' FLEE
IN FEAR fROM CHINESE
WILLIAM J. BRYAN KOT
Frenzied Mobs are Burning,
Villages���Guns Trained ort
Settlements.
On
Against Saloon Domination in Pol
tics���Advocates County Option.
REFUSE WHEAT IS
GOOD FEED FOR STEERS
Calgary. April 22.���Wheat that eve.i
millers reject and that sells for half
for the buil.ling of schools. Work on
the Sapperton school was commenced
some time ago, but it has not yet
reached an advanced stage.   On Lulu
Lincoln, Neb., April 22.���W. J.
Bryan returned to Lincoln Thursday
afternoon  after  an  absence  of  more
Island   the   proposed "school    would   V'18" ,fl��� V10,'UhS'    He ���?!^?! ?i!
house the children now receiving in-   "' "'" '   "'"'   ' '"'"'
struct ion in a couple of rooms above
lalnland  site,  with'they  are  associated  In  certain   ven-
Mon of Mayor Robinson, of  tures, have control of three entries to  j.
tpj ffho upheld Hie advantages   Alaska an.l all of the COppi r sua Hers   j    v    .
films o! tils city. ��n Uie Pacific coast as well as of a  bunch
j commission appointed by the ] large proportion of the copper prop-
���jgnt Ie entirelj  Impartial and .erty In Alaska,
artisan. t!> neeting decided that     In that manner, he said, they are
'"i- | to pass any for-' "Me to dictate nol only the price of
[^solution '"  submit   to   it.   but    copper,   but   the   (-Meat   to   which   il
j ated   'ill   rentier  may be mined.
.   ��� ,��� assistance ln  ���������	
Ber fur; ita on tbe dlt-1      PEARY'S RACE TO THE POLE,
uiti   [n thi  lower mainland
of grain an;l labor, the net profit be
practlca
government some time
y   $17   per   head.     Tne
company   Becured   the
ago. This building would provide accommodation for the students now
housed in that part of the Central
school buildings devoted to high
school work, and the change would
fillow more room for the children in
the lower grades at 'that institution.
Tbe room recently  secured in  the
of a grant to the Port  Arthur (a'n -1. ���      ,., ,        ., ,,
d.nLnf��mi  tit      ',     Carnegie   library    for   the   overflow
Hankow, Apiil 22.���The situation irt
Hunan province is reported as critical,
run.   rnn   iiw  nrnrr ! Women aml  children are fleeing for
fii I   iH.l  km  liVFlJ.r  their >ivos fmm Changsha, the capi-
uui  uu nni  uuiul tM|    A number of vniagea near the.
| city has been burned by native mobs.
; The country is placarded with threats-
Return     to     Lincoln,     Declares , to kill all foreigners.
This news was brought by missionary refugees who an ived here today
from  Changsha  and  nearby  stations.
Many   of   tbem   had   travelled   thirty-
miles on foot and reached the Yangts?-
Kiang river in  rags.    Their  houses
had been burned and tbey lost all ot
their personal effects.
The  mlsslonari s  stated  that gun-
denial  that  he  was  a  candidate  for   b��ats  in  the  river  have   their  guns-
l'nited States senator or for any other   trained   upon   Changsha   an.l   nearby
()jflce i points, anil have afforded a refuge for
Simultaneously with Mr. Bryan's re-', many of the foreigners. Three thou-
turn, a statement coming from him; sand Chinese imperial soldiers are
was published reiterating his previous occupying strategic points of the capi-
declaratlon against saloon domlna ion ' tal, and detachments are being hur-
in politics and his personal advocacy ; rie-d to the outlying districts, whereof county option in Nebraska [rioting is reported.
Carnenie Gives  More  Money.
Pott   Arthur,   Out.,   April   22.���Andrew Carnegie has Increased his offer
Well   Known   Explorer   Gives  Opinion
_KER OATS TO As to Rate of Progress.
have western BRANCH      London, April 22.���Harrj de Wlndt,
  I the   well  known   explorer,  has  mad'
ltBB<re&. Ai-fii  .".-The    Quaker  the  following statement  on the sub-
1,,'-,. ��� ������   fled to build a Ject of the doubl thai has been cast
Eresten   Cai   la    and     wlll  In America on some of the distances
in wmnipeg.    Robert traversed by Peary near the Pole.
b In the city mak-     "i-.i.ht years ago  l travelled with
gie library from $30,000 to $40,000. Tha
construction of the building will be
started Immediately and finished this
season.
from the Girls' Central school will
be opened on May 1, when Miss Chris-
tonherson will be in charge. About
thirty children will be under her care
He denies, however, that he has any
intention of starting a prohibition
newspaper, or that he desires to inject the prohibition question into national politics.
Many Chinese have been kil'ed. In
one Instance, a technical school was
set on fire and thirty students were
burned to death.
When vessels approached Changsha
j to rescue the imperilled ones, the Chl-
nese  saturated  junks  with   kerosene
the  oil from looted stations of tbe Stand-
BRADSTREETS REPORT
SHOWS HEALTHY CONDITION
i mm- n   ���'
KMlEscaDe   Fiom  R��formatorv.
Montreal
Winnipeg
Ottawa  .
dog sleds over l 500 mllea of Arctic
Ice  between  the   Kolyma  river  and
Bering straights.   We were generally
Minnie  Good-  tour to eight miles, out to sea, and ea-
���..���:'������'-.   ; .  aged fifteen  countered, as a rule, very rough ice. j
pectively,    escaped  On one occasion 1 did forty-four mil. s
Prairie reforma-  ln ()lle day, and on another forty-five Cal
'���fcttls   morning.     Tbey   let   miles. With  lights  sleds but badly fed  Ha^uton'
bneha town   from   a   window, dogs obtained from the Siberian coasl   vj,,t,,,.,.,
prr�� .Op reformatory through   Of course our speed  was often only  I,-dlnon'ton
p. tail   nd in   a   Winnipeg  ten miles a day. or even less, accord- TOront0
jing to the height and dimensions of yanc0UVPr
the Ice hummocks, but l think it only
Xew   York,   April   22.
weekly bank clearance:
-Bradstreet's
TRADE CONDITIONS IN
WEST ARE IIREGOIAR
lira (���:
tl READ PRAISES
1MDEL MOVEMENT
fair to Peary that facts such as these
should be known."
IGNORANT   FOREIGNERS
REFUSE  TO   BE  COUNTED
8, at
'���*��� B. Shields, of St.  Luke'
&1 Francisco.   Says   Cures
Always   Result.
ft Cal., April 22.���Rev. Dr. A.
r���1 wt��o i   superintendent of
MS hospital, ol San Francisco,
����� Introduced  there   the   Em-
movement, as fathered by the
J��l church, declared in a lee-
It I ,Jium"''  Episcopal  church
"tlit that the treatment of dl*
m mental  BuggeaUon    at   St.
^ proved a decided success.
l,'s ����re remarkable than those
�� �� Boston  have  been   made
P'mnelaco, he said.    Out   of
P�� treated, not
���Pfovement.   \\
SSLWit.b.:-.Dr'.8builli   ass,r.ed,
Chicago, April 22.���Fear of deportation among Italian and Poiisn residents constitutes the greatest obstacle met  by the census enumerators.
In certain sections of Chicago neither ' superintendent of public utilities at a
Xew York, April 22.���Trade in Canada displays some irregularity, lto-
perts from the eastern section are
satisfactory but those from the west
indicate that unfavorable weather has
sup< rinduced a slight falling off in
the demahd 'for seasonable gf^dsl
However, all advices agree that prospects are bright. Montreal reports
that travellers are sending better or-
; ders, that conditions in the wholesale
dry goods trade have improved and I
that favorable weather conditions'
have brought out a number of sorting
orders. Hardware is fairly active.
Pork products are easier and the supply of hogs has increased.
On the other hand receipts of cattle
are light and prices are higher.
_ Recent warm rains have benefitted
,   ,,  _    .,,      farmers in their seeding operations,
Edmonton, April 22.-A. M. Bouillon ntv coUections ,ire Bau8factory.    Re-
was tonight appointed by the council|ta}, tra(le lg good
Toronto    states    that    unfavorable
Quebec
Halifax
St. John
.$33,753,000
. 17,880,000
. 4,318,000
. 5,418 000
. 1.815,000
. 1.812.(miii
. 1,207,000
. 30,829,000
. ','.237,000
2,161,000
. 1,978,000
.    1,508,000
London, Ont     1,281,000
Inc.
���1.1
20.1
4.0
2-2..'
12.2
l   .   I
17.1
9,
64.
2.0
12.7
17 !o
2.0
Addition to C. P. R. Station.
Calgary, April 22.���Work on
wing of the Canadian Pacific railway ard Oil company, and setting them
station has been commenced. The ad- afire, allowed them to float down-
dition was provided for in the original stream in an attempt to destroy the
plans, and this year's estimates al- oncoming steamboats,
lowed for the completion of this east ] The viceroy nf Hunan province and
wing, which runs east 100 feet from the governor of Changsha assert they
the present station. The new struts- , have the situation in hand and that
ture will be two stories in height and order Is practically restored, but the
of a stvle of architecture similar to missionaries say tbey fear further out-
that of the present station. | rages.    The telegraph  wires to the
SPOKANE WOMEN OBJECT | westward  of  the   disturbed   districts
  j have been cut.    Many missionaries���
TO   CENSUS   METHODS  American, French and Norwegian re-
  I main at outlying posts.
Spokane, April 22.���People living in I    The  British   consudl   at   Changsha.
apartment   houses   in   Spokane   bave  who has arrived bore, said today:
registered objections with Census Su-1    "If one foreigner bad bpen killed, a
pei visor A. M. Slorch for his methods   massacre   probably   would   have   fo'-
in obtaining the census In tbe apart- lowed.
I ment houses.    Blanks havo been left I    "The British consulate was burnoA
'at tbe apartment bouses with the in-   because it employed laborers from an-
structlons that they be filled out and  other province in the construction or
left with the landladies by whom tbey j new buildings."
are  to be turned  in. !     The monetary loss to foreicu ln'er-
Women In the apartments object toi eats   is  believed   not   to   have   been-
their  landladies prying into their af-   great.
fairs and say that tbe cens.'s blanks
EDMONTON WILL GIVE
$10,000 FOR OFFICIAL
if filled give them this opportunity.
RAILROAD COMPANY
MAKES ODD CHARGE
cajolery   nor   threats   have    been    of  salary of $10,000 a year, with the un-  weather has hampered trade in sprin
uvail, and  in three or tour districts
the task was abandoned and the bur-
derstandin
as soon as
that he assume bis duties
here with his
he can move
Mr. Bouillon was a candidate
lines but that builders' materials continue active.
eau chiefs informed that no progress family,
could be made. tor   the   Republican   nomination   for  BOy  0F  F0URTEEN
A special Investigation of conditions  mayor in the recent election campaign )s  DEPUTY SHERIFF
In   the   outlying   districts   was   made' in Seattle, losing to II. C. Gill, who
vistordav  bv  Special Agent   Kdwin L.   was elected.
Prior to that  time he was for  two |
Tbacker.
"Some one has circulated a report
among many of the Italians, Pedes and
Lithuanians that the enumerators are
collecting Information for the purpose
of   deporting   them,"     said   Tbacker.
San  Jose,  April
-For  the  first
utili-
time in the history of the    Juvenile
years superintendent of public """" I court of Santa Clara county, and un
ties in Seattle, and_wa* - for many que��tlonably ln the history of any
years in the city engineering depart fo^t In the countrv, a lad of 14 years
ment.    He was in charge of the draw-  h_g been dcputlzpd as a sherlft
Washington. D. C, April 22.���Tbe
Wheeler Lumber. Bridge and Supply
company, of Des Moines. Iowa, to Lay-
raised a question before tbe Interstate Commerce commission as to
whether shippers of lumber shall be
charged for any increas? of weight
shipment due to absorption of moisture while in transit.
EARL GREY  IS ON
VISIT  TO   HAMILTON
DEMAND REMAINS GOOD
��� EOR SURREY PROPERTY
Real    Estate    Men    Report    Business
Booming���Some Owners Across ths
River   Refuse   to   Deliver.
one had failed
Exceptional success
f r?7 ?r��nkards.
��* hospital    ,
���aid Dr. Shields, the
Bio that ,i s,"',r^l>'"> of pa-
*h��iJ '"'y w111 not witness
Button     ;; '"' 1""1' *��tf��wta��
IP0RTmII��^ '��~F~HINDUS
MAY RESULT IN SCANDAL
iFi-i,
"This has terrified many of them and . the cons
they refuse to talk at all.   i found one
Bectlon in Chicago Heights where an
enumerator had collected only  thirty-
seven  names in  three days."
ng of all the working plans used in
Btructlon of the battleship Ne
This unusual order    was made by
Judge Goshey when he gave Russell
The flne weather brought many pea-
pie Into the city yesterday, and
amongst them were buyers of real
Hamilton. April 22.���Earl Grey is estate. Nearly all the offices report
visiting the city today. On his ar- a number of sales; and though there
rival at the T. II. & B. station at. were not many big ones there were
10:30 a. m. he was met my the mayor, numerous small ones, which amount-
the board of control and the al.lermen, | ed to the same thing as far as the
who extended to him a hearty wei- real estate men were concerned,
come. Later he was driven around | Langley property took a turn, and
the manufacturing annex In an auto-1 the demand  for it  was  good whilst
EMPLOYMENT MEN OPEN
WAR ON  SPOKANE MAYOR
of municipal affairs here."
Spokane.  April  22.���War has been
declared   against   the   mayor   ot   Spo-
kane,   and   his   erstwhile    secretary,   M0T|0N  AGAINST  PUGSLEY
John Lee, hy  employment offices or ���--���   -----
the City.    Mayor Pratt went alter the
employment men strong, and made his
ollice a complaint bureau for all la-
This   afternoon  his   excel-. dealing in the district all around was.
good.
In the city several lots were sold
and there  was  a  demand   for   Car-
arvon street property  In particular.
ti,',!"!!;,?! pVroVXmeti�� the evening were George Tate Blake-   but no sales were put through.
Ulc DOyB ,ilc aD0UI   "L | stock. K. C, and Dean DuMoulln, ot      Kellington  Bros,  sol.l  a West
Irevades  municipal  affairs  there, if j "'Liddle'startled his fellow pupils in , Cleveland
I  find that there Is an entirely dlff- ona of t)ip  g,.;m)m.ir  schools of this
erent sentiment regarding the conduct  dty Ul|g weok by displaying on his
years, but It will he refreshing to get   S;(n Mateo
out of the atmosphere of graft that
i  1 -I I        .. ffnl��M       I 1 ni I'd It
WAS   EASILY   DEFEATED
Ottawa   April  22.���Tlie amendment
lanIfn'iH<'"- -Mall 22 ��� Following office a complaint bureau for all la- of  M).   Crookett  declaring that  the
Ck.''1' u lar8e   number    of'.borers, who paid tees tothe_ag��ucles |R)chlbuct0 Bawdust wharf transaction
belt   a  large  pistol.     The court   felt
I that It Is wise to put him in the San
.Mateo scliool.
SILVER    IN    PUSLINCH.
Kellington  Bros.  sol.I  a West En-I
lot  for  $4,000  on.Agnes  street  an.l
g^.l ! ood prices for one or two other
ODD FELLOWS TO I lots farther out.
MTTfc.NO CHURCH ON SUNDAY I    Wilson & Cook put through several
'     ' deals In Langley and  Delta property
The Odd Fellows will turn out in   at better prices than they have oh-
foice tomorrow When they have their  talned before.
annual   church   parade   to   St.   Andrew's church.   The members of Aml-
The National Finance Co. made several Surrey deals, but they were far
,|Motlu!'S'',";1 that nn  investlga-
16 Ca.U88s for a reconsldera-
resentatlves, that they will do all In
their power to "get the mayor" and his
secretary,  who  was employed to see
yMiiHn  '"'"" ��r a board of In-  - ,     .   ,
n, (J !";1 "eluded a number ot, that the agencies refunded
blea of n      Emitted  them, on
^ iiskod'1 COntraotor.  K  la  sukl,
lieclare ��u . """Asiatic movers tho , "' ,Under II tacit under-
"'toev..!!,,""K'.':ulo,�� bureau had
DECIDEDLY DANGEROUS TO
FIRE COOK IN  NEW YORK
at-
���IfO'S Of
New York April 22.���Dangers
PwctM0!^, al) IUndua a"d had tendant upon discharging a cook have
' he,1"l'.'Um", ,'"1 "-epreBentatlves been brought realistically home to
IS* L '" hni that this under- M,-s. Martin Sltton, a West lake board-
m*    1R disregarded by the local   ng house keeper, as is evidenced hy
' het storv. when B .e had tho domestic
li'/idg. t -Mason, arraigned In the nigat
court on a charge of assault.
Bridget   waxed   peevish   when   order'    to leave the kit chen. and Instead
Of leeeptlng the M^,-��TrtgJ
ber mistress about the waist, sat her
ClSS into a sink, then dropped
her on the floor. Then, seising ftTOl-
lZ ?'n   she made ready to complete
ia ' ni:u,v VXr,uaion lpaR��e as-
l*Wu-:i ���!:'!���> "the Hindus,
'that
\h-l- Wl>''e
recently
Iok'"'1'1 'iiki',,"",'!""1 meana of sup-
Drov|<lea f0r a how they were
\'cBusi|ies^ i
KU��
"ures Increase
'M'lll 22.-commercial
Wants Bigger Immigration Hall. ip some ore Tllig ftppeare(j t0 them
Calgary. April 22.���Immigration (() )je q{ gQod ,iuallty> 80 a sample was
Agent Winn is of the opinion that fol.w.mled for analysls. Word 1ms
the Dominion government should ap- (je(;n Vot.(,ivea by the owncr of the
propriate $25,000 instead of *llY , farmon whose property this occurred
for the erection of an Immigration nan thQt U)e ore wa8 tnle 8ilver, and that
at this point. He Btates that tne u WaB ot the very highest'quality'. &
smaller amount Is not sufficient to | ^^ f|.om Hnniliton has offered a
build a ball large enough to meet the 1;U.ge BIU_ {or thfl pi.|vilege to n,ine
demands of the over Increasing nu:n- . (]le pjft(,0i wllh the understanding
ber of settlers arriving here. tll.lt none ot lt j,o taken away.   This
   was nol granted, however, as the crops
nre all ln and, valuable a.   it may be,
ay there until the
A Rich Find Reported on a Farm Near   *7 !ind U��VA c">' lod��es wlU ine:t at , south of Port Mann, and only fetched
' the   I.   O.  O.   F.   hall,  on  Carnarvon | (rom $150 to *2Ei0 an acre.
Many real estate men. including Kellington  Bros,   and   Wilson  &  Cook,
found that the owners would not deliver Surrey property yesterday when
was sold.    The  reason given was.
that they had decided to hold pend-
'"  Ing developments.    Buyers from Van-
snry in this route. couver have been busy trying to get
It   ls   expected that many of  tho I at ^e owners of land ln Surrey and
brethren  from  Vancouver  will  come   have thus done themselves harm, aw
Pay Tax Assessments. | are all ln and, valui
Mew  York   April   22.���Corporation  the silver must sta
ax  assessments  up  to  date amount  crops are harvested
to $16,052,156. Only 1182.047 has been
paid Into the treasury. Corporations
have until June 80 to pay up.
University for Calgary.
Calgary,   April   22.���A  proposal   to
establish a university In  Calgary  Is
ri-i Hurt In Car Collision. ! meeting with much favor and today
wn nuo.ii .,o__a street some gentlemen who have announced
Kingston, ont., Apui tn ,r willingneS8 t0 purchase stock.
ear collided With fe Kin^wn, [M the un|VGr8lty ,��� bullt> re.
Pembroke train at the Montreal sir       v
over for the occasion. Scats in the
church will be provided for the members ot Beulah Rebekah lodge.
. The sermon will be preacTietT" T>y
Rev. F. G. Thompson, who Is a member of Royal City Lodge No. S.
IN? VV""k l��" C^adaTuX       e clean   g up. when a boarder, at-1 Mnnw at  .��.��- ^- --j ^elved _��� offer of     g,ft   f 1G(, acre8   -;
R��5L��">"t twentArtas.'   actdby Mrs. SlUon's screams, res- railway crosjng at; noo^  j Qf land Bultable {or  ^^
IV*����ty"tt"'nr,1  iwenty-two   last  traded by Mrs. Sltton s ^�����-����-; ''.'    lttle girl named Boyle
5t"entv.I,'?n"'p preceding w��Pk  nued her.   Bridget was fined |5 WW in vwann u
^���eiftt last 3' ����0<llne weeh  ,","H| '"'''���
year.
I lieu of cash went to a
cell.
injured.
poses.
QUEEN SAID TO BE INSANE.
Rumor That  Dowager Queen of  Portugal   Has   Lost   Her   Reason.
Rome, April 22.���The Corrlere
d'ltalla publishes a letter from Lisbon asserting that the dowager queen,
Maria Pla, has become completely insane. She remembers nothing except
the assassination of King Carlos, her
son. She pusses the whole time In
the royal gardens by herself and Is
often overheard speaking to the murdered couple, whom she imagines to
bp wltb her. Her insanity Is not
a dangerous character, though a
(watch ls kept on her.
the wily farmers have smelt a rat
and have now taken their stuff off
the market. There nre.however, many
who have not got wind of anything
doing, or If they have, they are prepared to take chances and secure good
profits whilst thev are offered them,
believing that a dollar in the hand is
better than ten in Vancouver.
i Cops Learn Jiu Jltsu.
Pittsburg, April 22.���To strike, kick;,
or otherwise trifle with a Plttsburg-
pollceman will b? a dangerous thing
henceforth. Fifteen of the biggest
men on the force, who have been receiving Instruction in Japanese art
jlu Jltsu from J. J. O'Brien, a former
police chief of Tokyo, were turned
loose on various precincts yesterday,,
where they wlll tench various squads
how to snap bones like toothpicks and.
tumble an adversary by a deft twist
of thc foot, wrist or body.
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, APR|L
23,
Classified Advertisements
PROSPECTORS  FOOLED.
WANTED.
WANTKD���GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework.   Apply 4n.'i George St.
WANTED���WIDOW, MIDDLE AGED,
energetic, requires employment; in
light business preferred; all or part
day.    Apply   H..  P.  0.  Box   29.
WANTED �� GARDENING OR JOB-
bin. by sturdy young man. Wages
moderate. Apply W. Johnson, Colonial Hotel.    Phone 39.
WANTKD TO KENT���GKNTLEMAN
wants one or two rooms with private family. Not far from library.
Modern house preferred. Box 1)83,
Postofflce.
WANTED���TENDERS   FOR   SLASH-
ing about eight acres on Tenth avenue and Armstrong street. Particulars, apply S. Fader, city, or
Walker Bros., Edmonds.
WANTED���FIRST CLASS TAILOR-1 rowed money to go, while numerous
ess. Apply A. S. Neilson. Sixth | others squandered their summer's
street.    Enter by Cunningham hall.
WANTED���SIX TO EIGHT ROOMED
cottage;   fully   modern;   close   In;
good local ion.   Write P. O. Box 176,
City.	
WANTED���TO RENT ONE OR TWO
pleasant  furnished rooms or small
furnislieil house by married couple.
Address A. B., this offlee.
Camel's Back Lake Goldfields Are no
Good at All.
Cobalt, April 2'.���About two hundred prospectors came down today
from Camel Back Lake with indignant
utterances regarding the new camp,
wliich is characterized as a small outcrop in the middle of a muskeg. It
appears Jones and Blackburn are
wanted by the police, who searched
the afternoon train at Halleybury today. A man resembling Blackburn
was seen to jump tlie train just out
Of Englehart.
While details of the charges against
these  men   are  not   available,    it  is! BURNABY���2 >.  acre  lots near Sec-
reported a warrant was issued on ac-1    ond    street.      An    ideal    location
count of false affidavits made,   lt was |    Price   .300   each;   easy  terms.
stated last night that only two claims ' ���.,���,,. ���������T~, ,������,. �����,,.. . ;������ ,.-,,-
were recorded.    Considerable indigna- i BURIMABY-2 large lots near city c
i.,_.. ���_ *.,L . ,_ .,       �� , line.     Price   $250   each,    Vi   cash.
New Advertisements
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
BURNABY SNAPS���3 3-4 acres cleared; District Lot 136 for $2,00";
$1,000 cash, balance 6, 12 and is
months at <i per cent.
tion is felt towards these men. It is
estimated that this alleged bunco
game attracted over a thousand men.
Ahout two hundred are still in the
woods, and will he there a couple of
weeks yet. At least ten thousand dollars has been squandered.   Many bor-
grubstake, and will have to dig again.
No wonder thc prospectors are indignant.
balance $10 per month.
BURNABY���$100 cash and $15 per
montli buys a line large lot on
Third avenue near city car line.
CITY A 66 foot lot on Royal avenue.
Price $1,500; $500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
BRENING & COMPANY
General  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Rooms  5  and   6.
Corner Columbia  and   Begbie Streets.
Phone 686
SURREY.
80 Acres in See. 10;  $100 per acre.
3  1-:: Acres;  $1,000 the piece.
About 2 acres in Sec. 30;  $1,550.
40 Acres in Sec. ISH; $360 per acre.
i,0 Acres in Sec. 36; $275 per acre.
lu Acres in Sec. 6; facing coast Mere-
dlan road; $275 per acre.
100 Acres in Sec. 34, Tp. S;  $45 per
acre.
S. W. Vi Sec. 34, Tp. 7; $15 per aero.
62 Acres in Sec. 3(1 on Townline Rd.
good buy.
BURNABY   MUNICIPALITY.
CITY���Groomed modern house on
large lot on Fourth avenue and
facing on car line. A beautiful
home.    Price $3,600;  easy terms.
STABLE MANURE HAULED AWAi
regularly, the whole year round.
Arrange with B. C. Nurseries, P. O.,
City.
FOR  SALE.
-TWO LOTS
Water   Works  for  Edmonds   District.
TENDERS for the whole or in part
will be received by the undersigned
up to 5 p. m. on Thursday. April 21,
1910, for: (a) The construction of a
stave water tank, trestle tower, rising mains, pump connection and other
fittings thereto; (b) For the construction of (i-inch and 4-inch wire
wound stave pipe, distributing mains,
with the necessary valves and other
lit tings.
Specifications, plans,  forms of ten-
LULU   ISLAND.
Lot 41, Block 11, Four North Range,
Six W. 4. N. fi W., Group 1; 5 acres.
$500 per acre.
Range 5, Lots lfi and 17, Sec. 32 E.;
10 acres;  $300 per acre.
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CHURCH
SERVICES
FILMS   CAUSE  T
ft
(Changes for this column must    be
ROUbiI
Toronto,      April  ~-     ���.
Shackleton is finding thn. .J
#.other  obstacles   to   ,    ""J
those found in the ��� ,'
flof the antarctic. ., ' '"S
explorer 18 now conceXffl
action and a count,, ac"t lnl
force a serious change in *h
left at, or telephoned to, this office by  inmb7(ns(-iir!,.d''''l:''l':i''   cl"
.   p.m. ou  Fridays.    The omission of  Ing picture films'takenT''^'
any church notice from this column
Indicates that no copy has been turned
in by the pastor or other responsible
.arty.)
by the]
'   l!l 'imsti
N.  W.  M
LANGLEY.
See.  5,  Tp.  11;
���IS  acres;
SAPPERTON���Lot  76,   Blk.  24,  S.  B.
4.   Price $450; $200 cash; fi, 12 and
IS months.
LANGLEY���On the Surrey line; 80 j
acres, the west % of the S. E. U ,
of Sec. 34, Tp. 8. $80 per acre; I
easy terms.
Sunday, April 24.
HOLY TRINITY���Rev. G. C. D'ea-
sum, rector. Celebration of Holy Communion at 8 a.m.; Matins, sermon and
litany at eleven a. m.; Sunday
school at 2:30 p.m.;
sermon at 7 p.m.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL���Rev. A. deB. Owen, rector. S��r-
vice at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m
amnion first Sunday In the month af-
ttsr morning service. Prayer meeting
on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Morning;
"The Foundation of a Kingdom";
evening:   "The   Position   Of   the   Un-
ton expedition whil
South Polo.
Last  fall,  the   Lite
London,  Eng., actin    ,���,'. ^\
a contract witi  Robert!
)f  loronto, f01 tha TJ-iJ
made
bert, of
Evensong  and   but,  it  is  said
rest.    Recent
rights for exhibiting^iSrf
another similar ci racl __\
Canada was made with i'i', f
the Gaumont Agencv also II
Shackleton. The purchase
rights paid pan  ol   :,  ,,,���,..
,', llp(1 to put
the  law  firm  of      ,], \n ,���
Dods   &   Grant,   Informed '
that  they  were  going to sua
Holy C��ia-  recovery of the amounts t
On Wednesday Hurlb8ft.11
by securing a writ a king [J
Junction io prevent siiacWet3
giving a lecture a< Ottawa 1
15, claiming that the inn
"ntract I
into     Wilh     lb,.     ;:,.,;,,; ,
saved.       At   the   evening   service,   a   Shackleton   fmrn   .:��� '
,10 acres  cleared;   good  house  and
all Improvements.   The buy includes  m��"����m      r.a  ...v   ,,....���b   ...,..^,   c*  onacKieion   >:
furniture   and   everything   on   the|duet, Stalner's /Love Divine," will be unless before    "scientific or
the    place.     Price    $fi,100;    $2,500
cash, balance arranged.
LANGLEY ��� 160   acres,   the   S.   W.
���i of Sec. lfi, Tp. 10, having 2,500,-
000 feet of good fir timber. Only
45 per acre; easy terms.
MUST RE SOLD QUICK
in  Sapperton.    Fine  view  looking I delete., can be seen at the Municipal
down the hill and close to new |,,.,,[ Edmonds, Burnaby, B. C, be-
school. Price $376 each. $200 cash . tween t!le hours of 9:30 a m and
handles both lots���balance easy. L. p m A .deposit 0f an amount equal
Miller & Jewhurst, Brokers. Room to 5 per cent of the contract price
7, Thompson Block. Phone fifiO. ! nnlst be made with each tender by
FOR SALE ��� SPEED LAUNCH I marked cheque payable to the Corpor-
"Vite." 33 feet long, 4 feet (i inches |ation of Burnaby.   The lowest or any
LANGLEY���160 acres of fine fruit
land, the N. W. % of Sec. 14,
Tp. 10. Price $45 per acre; $2,300
cash; 1. 2, 3 and 4 years.
beam; fully equipped with lfi H. P.
four-cylinder "Cowie" engine, together with dynamo. In first class
���working order. Speed 14 miles per
hour. To be seen at our docks,
Front street. The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
FOR SALE���SINGER SEWING MA-
chine, almost new; Dresser, Bed
Lounge, Rocking Chair, Table and
other household effects. Apply at
Room 34, Burr block.
FOR SALE���CHEAP FOR CASH. A
200-egg Petaluma incubator in good
condition.    Apply H. I., this office.
FOR SALE ��� WHITE LEGHORN
eggs; single comb; good strain; five
cents each. Samuel Wilkinson,
Sixth street, East Burnaby.
FOR SALE���TWENTY CORDS OF
wood.    Apply S. J. News Office.
FOR QUICK SALE���34 FOOT PAN-
eled counter, with 3 foot solid fir
top ,at $2 per foot, Apply to Herbert
P. Vidal, Custom Broker, Market
Square, City.
FOR SALE���FOUR ROOMED COT-
tage; lot 50x132 cleared, fenced;
one block east of Twelfth Street
car. Price $1,400, terms. Apply,
Owner, 1024 Tenth Avenue.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
for me or two .adies, close to car.
615 Hamilton street, city.
TO RENT ��� COMFORTABLY FUR-
nished bedroom. Apply 713 Trew
street, city.
FOR   RENT.
TO LET���SIX-ROOMED COTTAGE.
Vacant May 1. Rent $23. Apply
221 Hartco Street, evenings, be-
tween 6 and 7.
FOR RENT���HOUSE AND FOUR
Lots in Burnaby, near car line.
Five rooms and bathroom, pantry,
��tc. Rents $12 per month. May
lease for six monthe if tenant
��ults. Apply to P. Peebles, 620 Co-
lumbla Street.
FOR RENT���HOUSE AND 4 LOTS
In Burnaby, near car line, 5 rooms
and bath room, pantry, etc. Rents
for $12 per month. May lease for
6 months if tennent suits.
tender  not  necessarily  accepted.
The time to receive tenders for the
above has been extended until 5 p.m.
Thursday, April 28th, 1010.
C. T. SAUNDERS, C. M. C.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B. C,
April   lfi,  1D10.
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LANGLEY���80 acres, the N. I/, of the
S. E. y. of Sec. 10. Tp. 10. Ten
acres cleared. Price $35 per acre:
$1,000 cash, balance $500 a year
until paid.
Small ranch near Sapperton; 3 acres
in orchard; balance light clearing.
Price $3,550; terms $1,000 cash, balance 6, 12, 18 and 24  months.
TO RENT���7-roomed house near the
corner of Tenth street and Fourth
avenue; $30 per month.
Real Estate
vs.
Mortgages
FARM TO RENT ��� TO RENT OR
lease by the month or year, small
;farm at Sunbury, good house and
barn;   easy  terms.    Apply K.,  this
vofflce.
FOR EXCHANGE���FIVE ROOMED
House and lot in Vancouver, value
$2000, for house and lot in New
Westminster. Apply, Box P. R.
News Ofiice.
lip-'
LOST.
LOST ��� A LONG BROWN KID
glove, In Sixtli or Columbia streets.
Finder please return to Daily News
Office.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL |14,40U,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, anil la London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
And Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
���annum (present rate).
Tota': Assets over $168,000,000.00.
JfEU' WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Some  of our  shrewd  clients
are beginning to feel that outside   property   is   now   nearly
as high as it is worth. They say
that   the   old   stock   exchange
axiom is good which says "Sell
when   everyone   wants   them;
'   buy when no one wants them."
���   They have figured out that they
;   have done pretty well by real
estate    and    are   now   buying
mortgages. They say that seven
to eight per cent, is good for
such high class, gilt edged security���in fact there is no security better than a mortgage
on improved real estate which
has  withstood all  the  scrutiny
given  morgages    which  passes
through our hands.   They   feel
that    with    such      mortgages
they can sleep pretty comfortably���no  anxiety as  to a possible drop in value.
If real estate has done well
for you, or if you are for any
reason looking for the greatest security In Investment, it
will pay you to see us and
talk over the matter. Our
knowledge 13 at your disposal ;
without  charge.    Years  of  ex-  '<
*
perience and study of financial   |
matters  of all kinds  fit  us to  I
t
speak with some degree of au-  <
thority. ;
TO RENT ��� 4-roomed house and 5
cleared lots suitable for gardening;
$15 per month.
WILSON, COOK  &  CO.
Office:   Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
CITY
Lot 8 and Northerly lfi of Subdivision
5 in Lot 8 in Block 10, Group 1. New
nine-roomed house with modern improvements; 4-stalled barn; good
garden with fruit trees. On Seventh street between Fifth and Sixth
avenues. Price $4,750; cash $1,750,
balance easy terms.
General  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
Rooms  5 and  6.
Merchants  Bank   Building,
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets
Phone 686.
rendered by Miss E. Harris and Mr.  bodies."   The Injui ��� win
Baker. $ J' CA for In Ottawa today,
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN��� i     Meanwhile counsel fur the al
Rev.  J.  S.  Henderson,    pastor.    Ser   ��*  ,hf  llll^.til"1   '       "  EnJ
" issued a writ for ��� - 315,55 n. ,
vices 11 a. 111. and 7:30 p. m.  Sabbath  of   lhe   UnitP(1   s, ,., *L
school    and    Bible    class  2:30    p.m.  another   for  $182 on account!
Morning:  "With Christ In the School   Canadian      contract,      sir
of   Service";   evening:     Rev.   E.   G.   Shackleton has been made a _
Thompson   will   preach.    Special Odd   the suit.    The ca      Mill nut
ceeded with until tin- explol
rives in Toronto, a it isi .
secure his signal ���::.  in the paJ
JERSEY AND STANDARD
OIL   IM   PARTNEl
Bayonne, N. J��� April 21.���Thl
A. G.  MARSHALL,
South Westminster Phone F507
SNAPS IN WATERFRONTS.
160 acres  of good  land  under crop,
with 30 cliains of waterfront. Price
only  $500 per  acre,  on  terms.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
6   Lots   near   Orphanage;   $2,700;   [4
cash, balance (i, 12 and 18 months.
8-Roomed house near Fourth avenue
and Third street; $2,200; terms
over 3 years.
One acre beautifully situated corner
Fourteenth street and Sixth avenue;
cleared; small cottage; good terms.
Subdivide this.
2    Lots,    London    street;     close    to
Twelfth street; $500 each; terms.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
14 acres excellent land with house
and buildings, with 21 cliains waterfrontage. Railway through property.    Price  $8000, quarter cash.
Fellows' service and music.
ST.   STEPHEN'S   PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., Ph.,
D.,  pastor.  Services  at   11   a.m.  and
7:30 p. m.
QUEEN S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev.  C.    W.    Brown,    pastor.      Service at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sun-  of N'ew Jersey and the Standi
day  school   at   2:30   p.m.     Morning:   company have gone into parti]
"What   Is  a  Church   For?"  evening:   They are  to act   together in
"The Worship of Images." the  city  of  a menace 10 tlie 1
 ,  health  In  the  shapi   of nn exl
SMUDGE  POTS SAVE Itraot of marsh land, which her]
$3,000,000  FRUIT  CROP   has   been   a   prollfii   breeding
  .for dangerous mosquitoes.
Asotin, April  21.���By    the    careful
Each is to bear half tbe
draining the land.
The Standard has large
here.
I
160 acres nearby all cultivated, excellent land, waterfrontage North Arm,
near city.
40 acres,  with  waterfront.
Good terms.
Sunbury.
mile
One  acre  waterfront,   Quartet
from Lulu Island bridge.
40   feet   waterfront,    three    minutes
from bridge.   $50 per foot.
Apply for terms.
A. G.  MARSHALL,
Estate Office.
South Westminster Phono F507
FAILS  TO  TAKE   BRIDE
ON  WEDDING JOUl
FOR  FlflST  CLASS
JOB PRINTING
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
739   FRONT  ST.,  WINDSOR   BLOCK
DroDiletress. Mrs. M. Dominv.
watching of the fruit men and the cooperation of parties whose Interests
did not depend on the fruit growing,
and through the effective work of the
various types of orchard heaters, the
crop of fruit in Asotin county litis been
saved from even the slightest damage.
The effective work of the smudge pots Globe, Ariz., April 21���Leavf
saves approximately $3,000,000 and in-, bride behind. George Castagm
sures a great crop. ' member of the Italian colony, lei
  I terday morning for Italy to spe|
honeymoon alone.
Castagnetto had planned a
his home for some lime, but
love with Louise Bonnio awisli
him.   Hut Bh|
until
Increase Wages.
Montreal, April 21.���The    Montreal
Street Railway today announced    an
unsolicited Increase of    a    cent   per
hour In the pay of the three thousand   sented to man.
conductors and  motormen  In its em-   nothing  of  Ills  plana
ploy.    The Increase makes the mini-   nounced them for tlie ffeddln
mum rate nineteen cents an hour and   ua>' nigh',
the maximum   twenty-one   cents,   the
latter rate also carrying free uniforms
LONG,   DRY  SPELL  AT
GARY,    IND.,   BROKEN
Prohibits Long Drcss.-s,
Boulder. Colo., April 21.���Anl
anee to prohibit  th.   wearing
dresses on th-- >'"   '- '��� mi]%
introduced   in   the   city  coun
night.
Chicago. April 21.���The long "dry"
spell at Gary, Ind., will be broken ��� ext
Monday, owing to the result of the
recent election.
Already  licenses  for    100    saloons   the  lobbies  tbat
have been issued, and before tbe sa-1 will appeal  to  the  people Ul 1
loon doors are thrown open  Monday, ' lumn.     He   will  coi
it is predicted the number of licenses   with  Hon. Mr.
Election   Rumor.
Ottawa. April -1.���Hnnior ha
Vi ilfrld
Graham and H4
will have reached 250.
.Fielding.
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster Phone F507'
Acreage and  half acres;   near tram.
Easy terms.    South Westminster.
Five and two acre  blocks and
offs.    Easy terms.
cut-
35 City Lots. Scott Road station.
$150, third cash, balance 6, 12, and
18 months.
15 Acre farm; well stocked and in
good cultivation; with furniture
and equipment.   Easy terms.
120 Acres;   $200 per acre;   close in.
Good terms.
15 Acres; all under crop; <; cows,
horses and equipment; $",000; $2000
cash, remainder on terms.
132 Feet on Columbia street, New
Westminster; excellent view; double corner, with residence.
Two excellent lots; North Vancouver;
double corner; $100 cash, balance to
suit.
Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd.
T.   R.   PEARSON,
Manager  N. W.  Branch.
40 ft. Waterfront ;three minutes from
the bridge;  $50 per foot.
APPLY���
A.   G.   MARSHALL,
Real Estate Office. Phone F. 507
South Westminster.
Guichon Hotel
Newest   and   Most   Up-to-Date   Hotel
in the City.
Cafe Adjoins.     First Class Service.
Columbia St.
New Westminster.
Phone 18.
OPERA HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
April 30��� St. Elmo.
May 12���Gingerbread Man.
June 2���Dorothy Morton.
June 24���The White Squaw.
Surrey! Surrey!
Close to Hjorth Road on Clover Valley Road;
G. N. Railway passes through property; close
to Tynehead Station, Sawmill and Brickyard.
25 Acres at $300 per acre. Sub-divided into
3-acre blocks. Cheapest buy in this section.
Only $3000 Cash required, balance very easy.
National Finance Company, Ltd.
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 515   -   Curtis Block   -   657 Columbia St.
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aPBIL 23, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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SCIENTISTS ATTACK
PRIMOGENITURE IDEA 1
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t NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
fttaie 13. Office. Eighth St.
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LEVSOHE S- SONS
HftRS, PAPER HANGER8  AND
DECORATORS.
The Mouse of Satisfaction
G01 Columbia St   New Westminster
Mlwn     I  twe< n Second
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Aprll 22.���The glamor
iture, bo long maintained by
the law, Is in danger of bi Ing destroyed bj . . e -ai all events, by tlie
science of eugenics, which roundly
di clans that tho first-born is not the
flower of the flock.
Sir Francis Galton observes that, in
the cause oi the House of Lords, tho
claims of heredity should be satis-
tied, If all i ie sons of p< ers wore
equally eligible to tho peerage and a
si lei ; made anumg them, late researches having shown "that the
are, as a rule, inferior in
natui I | ; . to the younger-born In a
small   bul   significant   degree."
These views were fully Indorsed by
Dr. Ilei on ol the Galton Laboratory
for National Eugenics at University
college, who was appealed to for an
ampler statement of the facts, it was
polnti .1 oui to him that the teaching
of eu nci s as to the Inferiority, as
a rule, of the first-born, was directly
opposi I to the popular idea that tho
"bt st come first."
Fiist-Eorn   Inferior.
"Popular opinion is always wrong,"-
said Dr. Heron.   "The lirst-boin in a
family  is  more  likely  to  be Insane,
tuberculer or criminal than thc others.!
It follows, therefore, that the tendency
to  diminish  the  size  of  families Increases the average number of such
Individuals in the community."
Dr. Heron referred his interviewer
to the conclusions arrived at on this
subject by Prof. Karl Pearson, and ex-
pressed by him in a recent lecture at
eugi nlcs laboratory.
"If our observations are correct, and
I believe them to be so," said Dr.
Pi rson, "than the mental and physical condition of the first and second-
born members of a family is differentiated from that of later members.
Less Stable in Constitution.
"They are of a more nervous and
less stable constitution. We find that
the neurotic, the insane, the tubercular and the albin-otic are moro frequent among the elder-born. Dr. Gor-
ing's results for criminality show the
same law.
"The result of this law is remarkable, lt means that if you reduce the
Blze of the family you will tend to
decrease the relative proportion of the
mentally and physically sound in the
community. You will not upset this
conclusion in the hast, if. as I sus-
pect, the extraordinarily able man. the
genius, is also among the early-horn.
For you will not lose him if you have
��� larger family, although you will lose
the sounder members, if you curtail it.
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ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon Building.
Phone   631
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At   Dick   Benson's   Old   Stand,
8th St., Next to Fashion Livery.
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ARCHITECTS
625 Columbia Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. C.
And   at   336   Hastings   St.,   W.
Vancouver, B. C.     Phone 3350
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B.   C.
BRIDEGROOM   OF   DAY
STRANGELY MISSING
.    Is the Cream of Investments
17 large lots situated in the choicest part of Surrey, South Westminster-The ideal suburban homesite.
Price $150 per lot. Must be sold
en block; adjoining property is
selling at $250 per lot.
The  Ahove is a Money Maker
SCOTT ROAD
I" The Gateway of the Delta"
160 acres in section 25.
165 acres in section 18.
155 acres in section 18.
120 acres in section 12.
All the above a-e on the Scott Road and the
prices range from $110 to $150 per acre.
See us for full particulars.
List Wilh Us, W* Are Sure Sellers,.
E. J. FADER
Northern Crown Bank Building. Phone^
Los Angeles, April 21.���Within less
than twenty-four bonis after his marriage to a Los Angeles girl, Thomas
Hughes, a temperance worker, who
has been engaged In anti-saloon und
moradlty crusades in Cincinnati, Chicago and Oakland, disappeared and
his bride appealed to the police yesterday to find him. He vanished after
taking one glass of beer, his wife said.
Hughes married Miss Cora Beck, Immediately after testifying Saturday at
the trial of a hotel proprietor whoso
arrest he had procured the day bo-
fore. Returning home that evening
from the hotel where he had registered to get evidence. Hughes brought
wtih him a bottle of beer, according
to the story Mrs. Hughes told the
police. He took one drink, it is said,
and fell to the floor in spasms. Mrs.
Hughes hurried out for a physician
but found on her return that her bus-
band had disappeared. She has not
seen him since.
CENSUS   WORK   TOO   MUCH
FOR  NEW YORK CITY  MEN
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
New York, April 21.���Ten enumerators, who began last week to gather
facts concerning the population of
Manhattan, have resigned, threatened
With nervous prostration. Five days
or ringing door bells and demanding to
know things which tbey say New
York women considered impertinent,
was more than these recruits could
stand.
Each resignation is accompanied by
a physician's certificate, without which
the resigning enumerators would be
subject to a tine of .500.
Would Enjoin Aviators.
Cindlnnatl, O., April 21.���Charles
Lamson, of Pasadena, Cal., filed suit
in the United States district court
here today to enjoin the Wright
Brothers from engaging in the manufacture or sale of aeroplanes. Lamson
charges that the box kite, which the
Wright machine Includes, infringes on
a patent box kite invented by him.
Fifty-Four  Pearls in Oyster.
Atlantic City, N.J., April 21.���The
most valuable oyster ever opened In
Atlantic City was found yesterday by
a local restaurant owner, lt contained
fifty-four pearls, all of small size but
good quality. Expeits say that eight
If. the highest number ever before
found ln one oyster.
To go to work at once.    30 cents per
hour.    Apply immediately.
Hassam Paving Co.
sJ
Columbia St., City.
For  spring  plants  or  cut  flowers,
phone Davies" Greenhouse, R208.     **
Cloverdale
EM. Carncross & Co
Real Estate
Insurance, Loans, Conveyancing
Notaries Public
Surrey Farm Lands a Specialty
Local Agents:
Cloverdale   Improvement   Co.,
Ltd., and F.J. Halt & Co., Ltd.
Cloverdale, li. C.     L. I). Phone.
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A block of 10 lots in Sapperton.   Price $225 per lot.    Ore
third cash, balance 6 ancl 12
months.
A block of 18 full sized lots in
Burnaby, beautiful view.
$450 each. Terms to suit the
purchaser. Sold singly or en
block
We have Buyers for Houses in all ��
parts of the city.   Owners apply to
Ihe British Canadian Securities
Company, Limited.
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:    The Dominion Trust
New Alaska Town Born.
Stewart, April 21.���An Alaska boom
camp has sprung up at the mouth
of the Salmon river, about two miles
from Stewart, on the Alaska side of
the boundary line. About 1,000 lots
have been staked by squatters. There
Is no official government survey, but
ln order to prevent confusion the
squatters have organized a vigilance
committee to keep off squattors who
threaten to "Jump" the claims of the
original settlers.
Surrey! Surrey!
Acreage from $100 to $400.
We have  some real snaps.
Acreage in  Port   Kells
Township from $100 to $250.
CLOVERDALE
Lot and acreage in city.
List with us for quick sales.   We want
more acreage in Surrey and Langley.
M. G. Morrison & Co.
Room 3, 536 Hastings St. W.     Phone 6730
VANCOUVER, B. C.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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SPEND MILLIONS IN EAST
Published by The Dally News Publish-1
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President Hays Makes Announcement
at London Board of Trade Banquet.
Coming   West   in   July.
SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1910.
WELCOME TO THE PREMIER.
London, April 2-.���Charles M.
Hayes, president of the Grand Trunk
railway, at the annual banquet of the
.    , " ,   J board  of trade  last  night,  said  that
It is highly gratifying to learn that: . _
great construction works must be ac-
!Sir   Wilfrid   Laurier   has   decided   to i ��� .    ,    . _       ,        , ,,    .      .
. Icomplished at Toronto and Montreal,
make a tour of  the  western part of;    ���_.    , . ,,-,,,
,     !      We have confronting us," said Mr.
the Dominion during the forthcoming ; Hayes,    "expenditures   reaching   into
parliamentary   recess.    The   presence | millions for both places; probably To-
<of the Premier among us will cause j ronto  will   be  commenced  this  year,
the  liveliest satisfaction, and ensure We may get an order to  commence
..     , .. .   ...  at  Montreal at any  time.     v\ hen  we
usuch an enthusiasm on the part of all ��� dQ commence  k  will  be quite a big
classes  as  will  ensure  his  receiving  undertakings,    and    these    two    big
a very hearty welcome.    He will be J works stand ahead of claims coming
SATURDAY, APR|L
SAT
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accompanied by Hon. W. S. Fielding,
the able Minister of Finance, and Hon.
<3. P. Graham, Minister of Railways,
to both of whom also, we are sure, a
right royal welcome will br> given.
Sir Wilfrid's Inability to fulfil his
engagement to come west last year
was a matter for general regret, and
lt Is to be hoped that no circumstances will transpire to prevent his
intended journey on the present occasion.
The visit of the Premier and the
two Ministers will afford them an excellent opportunity  of obtaining per-
from other directions."
Of extension work in the west, Mr.
! Hayes  said  much..    "When   I  go out
lr  July or August," he remarked, "I
expect  to go  from  Prince  Rupert to
Copper river by rail."
ABERDEEN  PLANS
A   NOISELESS  FOURTH
I Aberdeen, April 21.���Mayor E. B.
j Henn lias Issued an order to the police
j department placing the ban on fire-
j works this year on the Fourth of July.
I He says that he issued the order early
so that it might be generally known
that merchants might save themselves
aonal acquaintance with the condition   loss through laying in a stock of fire-
.    _..._. .,        - .,    I works that they would not be able to
���of affairs in that vast portion of tho ; Re]1    Hc ,. on)y fo���owlng tlle acf ,������
Dominion which lies west of the Great ;0f the mayors of other cities, he says,
Lakes.    They will  find, we have no j to prevent the slaughter of the inno-
<doubt, much to interest and not a
aittle to surprise them, for the great
���developments that have taken place
In the last few years, more particularly on the Pacific coast, have been
nothing short of marvellous in their
extent and character.
Such a tour by the head of the state
and two of his ablest lieutenants can-
riot but be conducive to the general
gooa of the far west. They will thus
gain an independent and flrst hand
knowledge of the affairs and interests
of the people, and be the better able
to comprehend their requirements.
There is nothing better for the state
than a visit of this kind by members
of the government and it would be
in every way satisfactory and pleasing if such visits became an institution.
Apart, therefore, from the cheering
and strengthening influence to the
Liberal party which Sir Wilfrid's
presence among us will provide, the
forthcoming tour wlll usefully contribute to tlie good of tlie general
community.
cents and the maiming of many.
tiling
THE
T. H. Smith
LIMITED
More New Coat*
Arrived Yesterdt
In all sizes.    Another delayed   shipment  of
imported coat,
ladies' exclusive novelty effects and  children's plain  and f
.
atlons In staple colors and  black and white checks.
inspecting  our  last showing,  do not be disappointed this tta.
in and see them now, we have styles   that   you   will   nol l
opportunity of inspecting at any other store in the city.   \vat J
windows.
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LAUGHTER   AND  TEARS.
The world is made the sadder today by the death of one of Its cleverest makers of laughter and joy. The
news of the passing of Mark Twain
will call forth many a sigh, and evoke
many an expression of regret, aye,
and many a tear. For if Samuel L.
Clemens was most widely known as
the brilliant humorist of our time, he
was before that a man of charming
disposition, graceful presence, and possessed of a winning personality. Those
who have been privileged to enjoy
his friendship, even such as had but
a brief acquaintance with him, will
feel the loss as of one who was in
��� the best and truest sense a friend.
But the world at large will remember Mark Twain rather as the author
of "The Innocents Abroad," "Huckleberry Finn" and other works of rare
humor and great literary interest. His
was a subtle humor, with a delicacy
of touch and a truthful portrayal of
the weaknesses of humanity that have
given delight to thousands, and will,
in all probability, serve to delight
many thousands to come. As a lecturer he was no les3 charming and
successful as than as an author, and
to many a one there will at this time
recur the joy and delight of an evening with Mark Twain.
CROW   FLIES  TO   SHIP
15  MILES  FROM  LAND
Anacortes, April 21.���Ain Olson, a
sailor who has shipped on tlie Joseph
ltuss for Bering sea, related an unusual experience with a crow which
befell a Scotch fourmaster on which
he recently came around the Horn.
When ofl Cape Blanco, California, and
while fully fifteen miles from shore,
a crow fell upon the forward deck and
floundered there utterly exhausted by
its long flight from land. The biid
made no effort to escape when the
���sailors approached. After several
hours' rest the crow perched in the
rigging where lt remained until the
ship tacked ln to about a mile from
shore when lt spread Its wings and
flew away.
Olson Is an old time salt of many
years' nautical experience, and, In all
Ills travels he declares that he never
lieard of a common land crow being
Jfound so far from land.
Warehouse Collapses.
Chatham, Ont., April 22.���The warehouse owned by Flavells, on the river
.bank, containing 800 tons of Ice, collapsed this morning and fell into the
.iver.   It is a total loss.
Edison
Phonographs \
Edison Gem, price    $19.50
Edison Fireside, price  .. $28.60
Edison Standard, price .. $39.00
Edison Home, price  .... $52.00
Edison Triumph, price .. $78.00
Call and Inspect Our Stock.
\j. H. TODD'SI
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Music Store
New Westminster, B. C.     ;|
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Is made comfortable and pleasant
in one of our New Roomy
Quick Folding Go-Carts
The finest looking and easiest Go-
Carts made. Our new assortments
include every kind from a $5
quality to the fine Pullmans and
English Cabs	
"We Furnish Your Home Complete"
Lees Limited
Phone 73
Successors   to   Lee's   Furniture
716-718 Columbia st.
Emporium.
New  Westminster
"GET THE   HABIT"
LAST GAY AND LAST CHANCE
to procure China Dinner Set Special
as under:
107 piece Limoges Dinner Set. Regular  .45 for   $32.50
97 piece White and Gold China Dinner Set.   Regular $55 for  $39.50
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and se,l for the same.
1819
1910
91st Anniversary of
Independent Odd Fellowship
The Brothers of Royal City Lodge
No. 3, Amity Lodge No. 27, Harmony
Encampment No. 2 and Canton New
Westminster No. 4, and all visiting
Odd Fellows are requested to meet in
the Odd Fellows' hall at 7 o'clock
sharp, Sunday evening, April 24, preparatory to attending divine service
in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church.
The members of Beulah Rebekah
Lodge No. 5 and all sister Odd Fellows will meet at the church at 7:15.
By order of the
ANNIVERSARY   COMMITTEE.
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SYMMES  &  CRANDELL!
Deane Block       Phone 581        Columbia St.
2 Good Buys on Agnes St.
the lots.
Houses on
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Good Business Lot on Columbia street
���Snap. ....
Some fine buys near B.C.E.R. "cut off"
House and Cultivated Lot on 4th Ave,
Burnaby.   $800 Cash.
House and Lot in Sapperton, on Alberta
street.   $1,000 Cash.
Some good lots close to tram, South
Westminster.   Very cheap.
SYMMES   &   CRANDELL]
Deane Block       Phone 581        Columbia St.       1
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I Sapperton !   Sapperton !
We have for sale 13  Splendid Lota   situated between   Col-
��� umbia and Brunette streets, close to   Columbian   St.  carline
Price $400 each, $100 cash, bai* easy
It is only a short ride on the car to these lots and toe are
s ure you will be more than satisfied when you see them.
Don't put it off until tomorrow, but call and see us AT
ONCE as this offer only holds good for a  short  time.
MILLER & JEWHURST
ROOM 7, THOMPSON BLOCK, Opp. City Hall    -    Phone 669
Children's Sergi
Coats
In Scarlet and Navy Serge, trimmed    with   gold  anchor butt J
some with velvet collars;  lined and   tinlined   styles,   and all
from  size  0 to 8.    Ranging  from  $1.90.
Fancy Checks
$3.75 to $6.00
Grey  and  White and   Black and   White   Checks;   large  chd
some have red collars, others  red edging on collars and cuffs,
ished off with black Jet buttons     These  are  exclusive.    All sit
ranging from $3.75 to $0.00. , _^ j       ,<i
Stunning Noveltk]
in Ladies' Coatsl
We have not one Coat left of our last shipment, and we adl
you to get here early after these. Linens, Poplins and Rajah J
gees are pre-eminent in these smart coats; tempting styles at eij
ly tempting prices.    From $5.00 to $35.00.
We Invite Your
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BREAKFAST AT THE "ROYAL"
Ever wake up in the morning with that "no appetite" fe'1'J
That's the very time you need a well cooked meal���something ��f
will tickle the palate and create an appetite. For unless you I
eat a good breakfast you can't expect to do a good day's wol
Come to the "Royal"���the season's best edibles are on the m��J
Fruit, Cerals, Fish, Fowl, Eggs, Meat ��� deliciously cooked
daintily  served.    We are  now upstairs.
THE ROYAL CAFE
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Yi APRIL 23, I*���-
foCTNGJ^WS
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE F1VK.
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PIMRS
jjo BASKETBALL GAMES DRAW IP SCHEDULE
Senior
10g.it
Team5
tettes
and   Junior
Quin-
pleasant
Defeated  by   Loca
.Extra Time Needed
Officers of   League  Elected  Yesterday
Evening���Games Will   Be   Played
at Sapperton or Moody  Square.
,  rt-  contested basketball
10 t*�� b��   hl the Columbian col-
I   e< l��st Uig ; nut victorious, win-
���f*�� S senV team   of   the
���f'��m   in, Presbyterian chu.ch
I& Plenfe of 24  to 20, and from
K-r>-re wast0ve% exciting,
nior game^ ^^ Uie teamB
20 points apiece.    It
Ave minutes' ex-
|fapr.nd   College    scored    two
|0'Jine that   time,   while
V?dSnot add to Us score
1 The teams
BeBCore
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��� 'tied   wl,h
U   ed to pi��y
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wore
Mount
,1   to   u��   DW*��.
evenly   matched,
,VM;unt Peasant players were
SS��rough it
older !l'^n
.   u     The nun were
i    roller boys but did
m"       ..ii     It was this ten-
^PW'";11:,,";;  that lost them the
^'", ; number of field goals
same'01 "' teamB were equal. It
fe   " 2S*? free throws
iu ltl" J ' ,.,   locals the game.
,lBf��v,     ,U.lu,r starred for the
ffklti�����" ,;,.  0ther  members  ot
^ Sowed UP well.
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pore \W>-     ;   t-McMorn,    Ewert,
Mount   11^'1"     r-mnhell.
Stftame was almost as ex.
Three of the junior lacrosse clubs
of the city, the Sapperton, West End j
and Central, sent representatives to j
the junior league meeting in No. 3j
Fire hall yesterday evening to elect |
officers and draft a schedule for the
j season. The East End club was not |
1 represented.
i The officers elected were: Presl- |
dent, Leo Gregory; vice president. M.
Dolan; secretary-treasurer, L. Carroll;
executive Committee, K. McKenzie
(Sapperton), C. Armstrong (Central)
and E. Cooper (West End).
The  following schedule was drawn
up:
May 5���Sapperton vs. West End
May 13���West Knd vs. Central.
May 20���Sapperton vs. Central.
May 27���West End vs. Sapperton.
June 3���Central vs. West  End.
June 10���Central vs. Sapperton.
June 17���Sapperton vs. West End.
June 24���West End vs. Central.
July 8���Sapperton vs. Central.
July 15���West End vs. Sapperton.
July 22���Central vs. West End.
July 20���Central vs. Sapperton.
It was agreed to play all games at
Moody square or Sapperton park. Captains   of  opposing teams  will  decide
on  the  referee  a few  days
the scheduled matches.
Although the East End team
When this mark is on
the outside of a paint-
can, be sure that what's
inside is the paint it
will pay you best to put
inside or cutside of any
.   building.    It's youl
warranty of real paint value-because it means
paint permanence.    Trust it~you're surely sate^
IN HNS FROM PINT TO GALLON
Made ln 40 shades for every paint us*
by Imperial Varnish & Color Co.. Torouto
ANDERSON & LUSBY
Agents for New West
minster and District.
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British Columbia ElectrkRailway
During The Horse Show
in Vancouver, the British Columbia Electric Railway have arranged for a Special Late Car to
leave Vancouver at Midnight. The Return Fare
will be 50c. between the hours of 12 noon 8 p. m.
^ritisll^0lun^Electric Railway
prior
club
Tlie Junior 6tt^~ *f",*fla the score,! was not represented at the meet inn,
dtingas the seniw ������ ! &*. of jttae schedule was drawn up to include
10 to 8. indicating tne ^ Mount this team, as it is presumed it im
rte day.    Here ."    .hr^mrh    free  tends entering the league.
tte ���**;��� ,,;:;.   lost    through    free
Pleasant Pu;     . t0   the  college
^."m,    s   did   get   a   free
Whe" which �� seldom, as the col-
r:.:^:,u.-��1eS1<foundthe
* alSSiM regularity.
i'Testminster-Rugg,    Wood,
intS^ow., Austm.
-sa-aw&n- tn,
% results of the last few games
1 ;l"es.. it not the fastest, teams
tXJ coast They have not been
M>n for the
BASEBALL
American  League.
At  Washington���
Washington   	
New   York   	
At   Uoston���
Iloston   	
Philadelphia  	
I National  League.
At Philadelphia���
Uoston
HORSE RACING MAY
REPLACE  BULL  FIGHTING
New York, April 21.���Senor Don Alberto Terrazas, the president of the
Juarez Jockey club, Is an interested
spectator this week at the Aqueduct
race track. He Is preparing to get
together a small stable to race on
Eastern tracks.
Regarding racing In the East, Mr.
Terrazas is silent, but lie speaks con-
| lidently of the situation in Mexico, ex
^^^^        NOTICE.
Take notice that as my wife has
voluntarily left my bed and board,
I will not be responsible for any
debts contracted by her.
CHARLES PARKER.
Dated this 20th day of April. 1910.
Sapperton, B. C.
Take  notice  that I, Grace  Cruickshank, of Matsqui, B. C, farmer's wife
In The Market
We have NOT TAKEN our SURREY
property off the market to wait for
the raise, but are giving you the opportunity to buy now before the raise
comes.
All our property ls close in and well
situated (right in among 1t).
Consult the Surrey  map and see for
yourself���
20 acres in Sec. 15, Blk. 5, N. R. 2 W.
5 acres in Sec. 16, Blk. 5, N. R. 2 W.
15 acres ln Sec. 20, Blk. 5, N. R. 1 W.
80 acres In Sec. 21, Blk. 5, N. R. 1 W.
55 acres in Sec. 22, Blk. 5,N. R. 2 W.
17 acres In Sec. 27, Blk. 5, N. R. 2 W.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
628 and 746 Columbia Street.
X    Phone 85. NEW   WESTMINSTER
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not  heen pWladelphia  ....
Men mr uie ***** month or two. ���� .    At New York-
ttht'* pim Mn�� the ""^Timp       Brooklyn
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pressing his opinion that racing will f���1*' ��l Mai!llu'' ":_"����� ���    ���
replace  bull-fighting  as  the  national] lnrteTnd *�� aPPly,ITt0 the Commissioner
������'-  ���,?ntrv hef. ��r Lands and Works, Victoria, for a
in his
iKands and Vorks';Victoria, for a
country before many Ucense to p^ect for coal M*P*J
Discuss Compensation  Act.
Halifax, N. B.. April 22.-The com-
Usee and both branches of the leg*
tarf. which disagreed on Um wot*-
���k; compensation  act.  met  toca>
Stecomtnended that the Dominion
r.v.,: Scotia Steel and Coal compile exempted from the act, ana
u-t" government-ln-councll   oa?
Sriraciamation  bring any  company
or concern under  its operations.
H.
Centrals Have Workout.
Some of the members of the Central junior lacrosse tenm had a Ugnt
workout yesterday evening. On Mon-
4. a team wlll practice at Queens
park, and after the exercise will how
�� meeting at which the most important question of sweaters will be
discussed.
Addition to Winnipeg Store
Winnipeg, April 22.���A permit was
i��ue1 today for a big extension or
the T Eaton company's departmental
store. Another story will be added to
the main building, making   it   eight
New York  	
At   Pittsburg-
Pittsburg   	
St. Louis  	
Eastern   League.
At Baltimore-
Buffalo	
Baltimore   	
At   Newark���
Rochester   	
Newark    	
I    At Providence, u. I.���
Toronto   	
Providence   	
At Jersey City���
Montreal   	
Jersey   City   	
Coast League.
At Portland��� __!
Oakland     6
Portland     11
!     At Vernon��� H-
Los Angeles      1
Vernon    7
|    At   San  Francisco��� H.
j Sacramento   ���*
San   Francisco     1
pastime
'We have nineteen years more to
race   at  our  track,"  said  the   dlstin-
better than we expuuLou	
anee was more than satisfactory; the
class of horses that raced was of the
highest, and. better than anything else,
everybody was sorry to leave Juarez."
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verybodv was Borry to leave .ju.l.. .
A meeting of thc stockholders in the i one ,ml'.��� Lu  l"c
���������� win be held here thls,ment; 64�� %<***���
SSon0a^urdeVrb; following des-
"'SmrndnK  at    a    post    marked
of the  S.  E.  corner of    Section  29
thence south one mile; then west one
mile; then north one mile;  then east
one mile to the point of commence-
Contractors and
House Builders
We nave a full   line   ox   the   Best
Builders Hardware in tne City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can  save  you
money.    Also Complete   Stock   of PAINTS   and  OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
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A meeting oi m<_- a,u	
Mexican course will be held here this
week and plans will be formulated for ,
the coming season. The purses will
be materially increased in the effort to ,
make the value of the eventB sufficiently large to induce many of the
stables that usually winter in New
York to ship to Mexico.
SEATTLE POST OFFICE I
PUTS BAN ON VICIOUS DOGS
Seattle, April 21.���Letter carriers are
not required to deliver mail at residences where vicious dogs are kept.
Persons keeping such dogs must call
at the post office for their mail. Such
are the provisions of Section 75(i of-
the Postal Laws and Regulations and
hereafter they will be enforced to the
letter by the local post office as a result of the trouble In which Carrier
I De Witt    Knapp    became    Involved
i through killing an alleged vicious dog
belonging to  Mrs. F.  M.  Stanley, of
4006 First avenue northeast.
Knapp was prosecuted by Mrs. Stan-(
ley and the  trial, held yesterday  ln
Judge  Carroll's  court,  resulted  ln  a
fine of  $25  being Imposed  upon the
acres.
GRACE CRUICKSHANK,
April  18,  1910.
WE M RKHV1. G
FRESH EVERY
DAY
Asparagus
        Brakeman Crushed "Deatj^   	
^��.Vi.f bedded to |    Oj-flgjt��&���ffl. I C. P. H. | tine of MJJ-g ^..ppea.ed to
.one, and^ht^ddlt,^   [K^g ^S^ ^^^0^^
room for some time to come. l0-    ,c  -! luuinw
Washington, April 22.���"It ls a bill
to make men." said W. D. Boyce, of
Chicago, describing the bill introduced
today by Representative Graff, of Illinois, asking for a charter to incorporate the Hoy Scouts of America.
The   purpose   is   "to   organize   the!
boys of the United States Into units
and   systematically   teach   them   pat-'
riotlsin, courage, courtesy and cheer-
i fulness, to supplement existing educational advantages for hoys."
The incorporators claim nothing new
! for the movement, as there are more
than  200,000 boy scouts in  England,
���nrolled  within  the  past    three
Northern Crown Bank
HEADOFnCWiNNIPEO
Capital, Authorized,        - j��� 200 000
Capital, Paid Up,       ���    _J__J___J'.     * '       ' I
htf   , D1RE���jDHSMcMi.lan,K.C.M.G.1
(resident      -      -      -     bir u. n. ^ Robinson
Vice-President       -       "       "   !rt��     Frpderick Nation
Jas. H. Ashdown      H. T. Champion      I redenc
D.C.Cameron        W. C. Leistikow_   Hon.K.r.
A General Banking Business Transacted
p p   ��� , -7\ :      General Manager
!?:pCXCs     :    Supt.ofB.CBrancf
2. E. HAWKSHAW^a^
\      LOOK AT THESE
V a..^-*.       \,,st ���Vl*i*,,        1,
for 25c
head for 25c
Cabbage
4 lb. for 25c
Rhubarb
3 lb. for 25c
Lettuce
6 head for 25c
______��� *"WW" t between Third and
J    ,  Six lots and a 14-room house on   rhlrfl siree
fourth avenues. _ ^amsm
$6,275
all   e
years.
Boyce, who Is an ardent advocate of
outdoor life, and one of the incorporators of the scouts, brought the idea
I into tills country. The boys are to be
organized into patrols of five or six
j members each, two or three patrols
1 forming a troop, in charge of an of-
I fleer known as a scout master.
NOTICE TO  MILKMEN.
Several   families   in   the   Edmonds
District require a dally milk service.
"'AT.K'Rlt BROS.
t *"'*       ,      a n ���ef cent.    There is
l        Vl Cash; balance fi, 12 and tt  months aM   P  ^  under cultiya-
I   no better buy than this in the city.
e land ls nil  unuei  v,,.,....,
ls a two-storey stable with
i    "u neiter buy than this in uiv l"-"
��� Uon and ln addition to the house, then
f   accommodation for six horses.
SURREY
��� $2,200 for  10  acres, house   ' '"'rn: '' " *\
I SSiSs,"coulthard & Co.
Limited.      _M(4W)#.
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FUNERAL NOTICE
The members of wew^w ^^^
Aerie No. 20, F. u. ������ ft Hnll to-
to assemble at tne look  fQl. the
<Cnd'     II. SCHOFIKLD, Secretary.
The Timberland Lumber Company, Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Fir, Cedar and Spruce Lumber, Rough,  Dressed  and   Kiln   Dried,  Dimension Timber and Shingles,  Cedar Poles and  Piling  in any quantity.
 i	
Ask Us for Prices
Office, Room 8, Thompson Blk. New  Westminster,  B.  C.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director P. O. Box 953
For CHILLIWACK "'
UPRIVER
GS
THE NEW STERNWHEELER
S.S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling  Company's Wharf, New Westminster
With   Passengers   and   Freight   as   Follows:
REGULAR SAILINGS
Leave New Westminster Tues day, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leave Chilliwack Wednesday, F riday atad Sunday at 7 a. m.
FIRST CLA8S PASSENGER ACCOMODATIONS
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
npw WESTMINSTER
Radish
8 bunches for 25c
Green Onions
8 bunches for 25c
Ripe Tomatoes
VV ORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
t VERYTHING to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
V*m E.RSONS other  than  employees accidentally injured    about    the
^^        premises Invariably sue for damages.
EGARDLESS of their own responsibility for the  accident, or the
existence of negligence on the part of others.
N the slightest pretext employees may sue you, even for accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
HE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of
the accident by which he was injured.
MPLOYERS and business men can ill afford to assume the risk
1       of this ever-Increasing and uncertain liability.
' RED1T of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms
'       Is sometimes seriously impaired by such damage suits.
O go to law means lass of time, money, endless annoyance and
worry.
.  OUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are Insured.
| NLY Insurance against such risks will enable you to fix and reduce
^1    your expenses to a minimum.
NDER the protection of a Liability Policy in the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and
be relieved  from  all such annoyances .
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
Phone 62.    "The Insurance Man"    657 Columbia
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,
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WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice that the Pitt River Lumber Company, Limited, a body certiorate, having its head office at the
City of New Westminster, intends to
apply for permission to lease the following described lands: ���
Commencinfl at a post planted on
the westerly shore of Pitt river at
its intersection with the northerly
side of the Canadian Pacific Railway
company's right-of-way, thenoe following the westerly shore of Pitt river in a northeasterly direction seven
thousand eight hundred (7,800) feet,
more or loss, to a witness post planted on said shore to locate the most
northerly corner of the Pitt River
Lumber Company, Limited, booming
site; thence nt right ancles to said
shove a distance of about three hundred and fifty (850) feet to the said
northerly corner of booming site, said
point being two hundred (200) feet
from low water mark of said shore;
thence southwesterly and two hundred (200) feet from said low water
mark seven thousand eight hundred
and thirty (7,830) feet, more or less,
to the southwesterly corner of said
booming sile: thence northwesterly
to point of commencement; nnd containing sixty (CO) acres, more or less.
THE PITT RIVER LUMBER COMPANY.  LIMITED.
T. W. Gray, Agent..
Dated at the City of New Westminster. B. C, this 28th day of February, A. D. 1910.
LATEST NO-FOOD CURE
Medical Professor and General Public Curious Over
Treatment Recommended.
WOUID REMOVE
CATTIE TARIFF
3> 1910,
Taking Off Import Duty
Would Be Death Blow to
Meat Trust.
White Star���Dominion
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw,  14,900 tons.
S.S. MEGANTIC���
Twin screw, 14,900 tons. The
largest and most modern. Accommodation equal to any crossing the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth   St. and   Fifth   Avenue
PHONE   370.
London, April 22.���Much discussion
has heen aroused among the medical
profession and general public by Uie
"no food' cure recommended by Upton
Sinclair, the American novelist.
Many well known medical experts
admit that there are benefits to be derived from fasting if it i.s di.cretly
practiced.
Dr. Wallace, woman editor of a
physical culture magazine, says:
"Fasting   is   most   efficacious   as   a
cure.    I  have  known  it  to  work  remarkable cures in my own experience. !
" Tlie person undergoing the 'no food'
cure should take nothing but distille.l
water,   and   should   exercise  caution.
The   weight   should   be  taken   before
starling  the   fast,  and  if  it   is  below i
the normal, food should be taken in
reasonable quantities until the patient <
is the right weight an.l ready to un-;
dertake the complete fast.
"A   fast   should  not   be   started   in !
cold   weather,   for   that,   takes   away j
much  of the heat ancl energy of thel
organism, but in warm weather there
is not this disadvantage.
"In my own experience. I have
known a patient fast for fifteen days,
and derive only advantage from the '���
ordeal. The patient was a young
Spaniard living in a London boarding
house.
"Ile had suffered from frequent internal troubles since boyhood, and he
came to me .to ask advice about the
fruit diet I recommend. Ile was very
dark, and this I at first put down to
his foreign birth, and he looked very
Hi.
"I said to him. 'The fasting cure
would do you good,' and I explained it
to him. When I saw him again many
weeks later I hardly recognized him.
"He was tlie picture of health. He
held himself upright, and his step was
alert and vigorous. His eyes were
bright, his tongue a good color, and
his pulse normal.
"But the most surprising thing was
that llis skin was much fairer, and he
laughingly sail to tne: 'Perhaps all
Spaniards are not really dark if they
only fasted.'
"1 learned���to my surprise, for I
had never intended he should go so
long without solid food���that he had
Tasted for fifteen days, taking only
distilled water during all that time.
And it certainly cured him."
Xew York. April 22.���"Take the
tariff off cattle and you will break the
beef trust," is the declaration of
Pierre P. Garven, the Hudson County
prosecutor, who is fighting In New
Jersey for the punishment of members
of the alleged monopoly. Speaking to
the Hudson County grand jury yester-
day at a dinner in Iloboken, Mr. Garven   said:
"lt does not seem to make much
difference what action is taken against,
certain monopolists. Fur reasons
best known to themselves they evidently fancy themselves secure. But
the American people are beginning to
wake up to thc fact thai the many aro
being continually fleeced of their hard
earned money for the benefit of the
few. About the most serious problem
confronting llie American public today
is the high cost of living,
"My investigations have convinced
me that the prime cause for the present high price of meats and kindred
products is a monopoly which can bo
broken up by vigorous enforcement of
the law and removal of the tariff.
"The tariff on cattle, now a cent and
n half a pound, keeps out of the markets of this country a great supply
of cattle from the Argentine republic.
Canada and Mexico. Remove tlie tariff and the Chicago packers will be
compelled to compete with the world.
"I am a protectionist, but I believe
in protection only when it is used to
protect our labor nnd industry, not
when it is used as a club to beat nnd
oppress the people of the country."
Surrey Property
ove���Get Busy
is on the
Before
^^^^^^^^^^ nvestmM
Made Now Will Never be  Regretted
is too Late���An
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r!
We have for sale 5 acres on the Town-
line road at Tynehead, Surrey, 1 acre is
cleared and there is a house costing $250
on the property. $200 an acre for a
quick sale.
A lot of 5 acres in thickly settled district at Murray's Corners, $100 an acre.
A snap at the price.
'market*
REPORT
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175 Cents
^HIS is a special line
in Men's Negligee Shirts
in all the litest colors
and can be had in all
I
Fine weather and a good attendance
of buyers and sellers marked ths re mi
lar weekly market yesterday. Thc
features of yesterday's market, and
in fact of the last three or four markets, was the remarkably poor suppl;
of beef. The supply of this stap'e
meal has been declining steadily for
some time, and yesterday there was
scarcely any offered for sals, One of
the explanations offered is that the
farm land is becoming so high priced
that it no longer pays the farmer to
use any of his property for grazing
purposes. The price oi baef remained
stationery.
Xone of the other piics fluctuated
to any great degree, although the
price of potatoes yesterday Showed a
tendency to decline under tiie pressure of large consignments of Ireland's national vegetable. Some <if
them sold yesterday at $16 a ton.
with not a great many buyers at even
that figure.
Bedding plants of cauliflower, cabbage, etc., were offered in large Quantities and found ready sale. Tiiis class
of trade will only last for a week or
two, but the market gardeners are
making the most of it while it is here
There was a fair offering and good
demand for mutton and lamb.
The supply of veal was also sufficient to satisfy a strong demand.
A good offerinsr of pork was sol:1
out early in the day.
Eggs advanced on? eent a do. en in
the wholesale price and large quantities were sold at that quotation, 28
cents.
There was a good supply of fowl
which sold at record prices, as high
as   .13  a dozen  being rpalized.
The few ducks that were offered
found ready sale at high prices.
Vegetables of all kinds were
brought In In large quantities and
were mostly all sold. Tlie apple supply grows smaller every week and It
is evident that the winter stores will
not last much longer. Good apples
wove hard to obtain yesterday buf
what were offered found ready sale
and brought good prices.
During the morning (here was a
good auction sale of stock ancl vehicles.
These are only two of the many bargains in acreage which we have on
our list.
We shall be pleased to show them to you.
708 Columbia Stre
ei
Westminster
Transfer Co.
wfflce 'Phone  Ua.      Barn 'Phone 13
Colrmbla Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any p. \rt of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
W.   RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH  ST.
PHONE   R527
Hotel Butier Anne;
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street]
SEATTLE
rates:
Room  $1   p*r  day  up.
Room   and   toard  $2.50 per day up.
Room   with   bath   $2.50 per day up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day!
All iiitsido rooms, with hot andcolj
water, steam heat, long distance tele-j
phone. 'Bug meets all trains ami hoatM
The Dally News will be kepi on file|
In our reading room.
CARl.RTON  CHtfVTOT   Mr
DO YOU KNOW
THE  STEAMER
sizes.
SEE
OUtt
WINDOWS
*t~l~*~*l-.. ,t.l.. n.lJr.. JMJUaa���S
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe
^^^^^^^^^^   Clothier.
Columbia Street.    New Westminster
UUWLVWmWB
Official  Quotations.
Reef, hindquarters, per lb nto 10;
Beef, forequarters, per lb 7 to 8c
li.'imb; per lb llie
Mutton,  per lb 14c
Veal,   larce     P   ti   l��i
Veal, me.'ium   11 to 1.2c
Pork,   medium,   per   Ib 12W.e
Eggs,   wholes.ile,   rer   doz 28c
Eggs, rea il, per doz 35c
Butter,   wholesale,   per   Ib 30c
Butter, retail, per ib 35c
Fowl, per doz., live ... I.  .. $11 to $13
Chickens, per doz., live  $8 to fl
Ducks, per doz $15
Geese, each    .1.25 to 1.50
Potatoes, per ton       $l(i to 18
Onions,   per  sack   $1.50
Turnips, per sack  60c
i Carrots,  per sack    75c
Beots, per sack   $1
Parsnips, per sack   75c
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker Wharf for Ladner,
Westham Island and way
points at 2 o'clock, returning
on the following morning.
Some people do not.
That   we   are
Sherwin  Williams
Co's Agents
So if you want to know
ahout tlieir produpts call
at
KIRK'S HARDWARE
Columbia Street
B.C. Mills
Timber and Tradh
Co*
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Cri'side Against Lawlessness.
Dayton, April 21.���Urged by council
nnd press, police ofllcers of Dayton
have started a crusade against lawlessness In "dry" Dayton. Two wen
arrested today for drunkenness, mak
Intt the third arrest on this charge
within a week.
Can   Cut   Off   Queues.
San Francisco, April 21.���The recent edict issued by (he Chinese government allowing loyal Chinese subjects to part with their queues is to
be applied generally to all official representatives from Honolulu to Washington, according to information
reaching here today.
Now is the time
to Kodak. Full
supplies
Cameras and Photo
Supplies
Cheapest place
in the city for
Spectacles 50 cents up
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAK8
AND SUPPLIES.
���ing
01WITf ^Manufacturers and Dealers ln AU Kinds of
tnoM^'.h��IU' SHINGLES' SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AMD
,.   I   : 11   ;. FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster   * Box K'
|Q5?l2EflB
Easterlrook Milling Company,
Eburne,  B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL..$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
Mf Onarrip & f1..' flour and feed merchants
FRONT 8TREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone S3S. satu
IRDAV.
adr|L 23, 1910.
We Have Clie
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
Waiting to invest in
New Westminster
Properties. List
your property with
us.
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phonc~R4949       Vancouver, B.C.   \
IIP
ND REGISTRY ACT.
OTICEl^t au application
register the Corpor-
p  rownshlp or District of
'eyas the owner in fee simple, un-
a'lu Sale Deed trom the Reeve
( ''!k ot the Corporation of the
tiP or District of HU,Tey t0 the
u;l"^:.]    ! township or Dis
trict of Surrey, bearing dates ot the
-,ll **��� 0| October, A.l,., 1905 and
-1st day of December, ad., woi, of,
all and singular that certain parcel
or tract o land and premises situate
lying and bein in the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of Brit-
is .Columbia, more particularly known
and described as: Lot l in subdivision 24 of block 1 of section 30, block
5 north, range 2 west; lots 8 to 17,
Inclusive, of subdivision 23 of section
16, block 6, north rant;,-. . west; lots
15 to 21, Inclush
C. Tyner, of Coquitlam, was the
guest of Mr. Henry L. Edmonds on
i nesday.
*   .   ���
Mrs. T. L. Briggs bas returned home
after a lengthy visit with relatives in
Portland,   Oregon.
��   ��   *
Mrs.  Claude  E.  Holt,    of
visited    Mrs.  J,  E.  Gajnor,
street, during the week.
Haney,
Agnes
block 14 of southeast Quarter Bectlon 1, township 9;
lots 5,6, and 7. in subdivision 23 of
Bectlon 16, block 5, north range 2
west;  lots 22 and
23 of section 16
2, west
1
Miss Deacon, of the Columbian college staff, spent thc week end with
Mrs. Dunford in Victoria.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Daniels, of Kelowna, were guests of Mr. G. E. Corbould on  Tuesday of this  week.
Mrs. ,T. P. MacLeod, of Greenwood,
is the guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs
John McKenzie, St. Patrick street.
Model Sign Works YEE KEE & CO.
JIGN SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING. TAILORS
| OH NeWS Block, Sixth Street' Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
Ne\V Westminster. (Windsor Hotel Block       P. 0. Box 644
Theo. p. Young. Prop. ;  .
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates Given   on   Any
of Job   Printing
Thomson Blk.
Kind
Phone   388
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
north
in subdivision
block &, north range
lots I, 2, 3, I, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11,
Mock 1 of lol 387A, group 2; lots
2 to 6 .inclusive, block 14 of southeast quarter section I, township 9;
lot, 5, block 3 of lot 387A, Kioup 2;
lot 38, block 2 of lot 387A, group 2;
lots 21, 22, block 3 of southeast quarter section 4, township 9; lots 18, 19,
block 2 of southeast quarter section
4, township 9; lot 22, block 16 'of ,,
southeast quarter section 4, township C. Worsfold.
9, map 519; lot 23, block 16 of southeast quarter section 4 township 9.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in the said land bv descent, whose
title is not registered under the pro-
visions of the    Land Registry  Act.' .  '
are required to contest the claim of * ��� |
the   tax   purchaser   within   for y-five , , ��� ' ���      ,_
days fiom the day of the first pub-, M    in n    rf     M      M
.cation of this notice upon you   and ��� Q
in default of a caveat or certificate '
The Misses Corbould were guests
at a tea given by Mrs. F. C. Wade,
Beaton street, Vancouver, on Thursday In honor of her daughter, Miss
Marjorie Wade.
* *   *
A large number of work teas have
been given lately and among the
hostesses at these most delightful
little affairs have been Mrs. J. W.
Creighton. Mrs. English and  Mrs. C.
J.  i   ��m\��-.
a    *
Mr. Joseph Collins, of Burnaby, entertained about sixty guests at a jolly
little dance in Moreton hall, Edmonds,
On Tuesday evening. The patronesses
were Mrs. Warne, Mrs. Shepherd, and
Williams.
* *   *
Mrs.
of lis pendens being filed within such
Mrs. Innes.   Mrs. Creighton had some
"YOU NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
tn our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be glad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal in your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone ls In good order, and
their numbers are 13 and 16,
Coal procured here is crackajack coal, however secured.
u M��ngmea w��"��n sfuc"  guests In at the tea hour yestenlay
period, or in default  of redemptioni a{ternoon in honor of Mrs. M'cGuire.
before registration, you and each of
you will be forever estopped and de- *   ���   ���
barred from setting up any claim to |    Mrs. C. C. Worsfold    had    a    few
or in respect of the said land, and I! friends in at the tea hour on Monday
shall register The Corporation of the i in honor of Mrs. Beauchamp Tye, of
Township  or   District  of   Surrey   as | Victoria
owner thereof in fee.   And I hereby
order that publication  of this notice
for thirty days in a daily newspaper
published  in  Now  Westminster  will
he good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 29th day of March, A.
D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To David Miller, William A. McCal-
lam, Angus Mclnnes, T. G. Stark, William Davis, Henry Fraser, Henry
Kells, Harold Ponsford, Allen Spiers,
George Stone. Robert Lyness, Margaret G. Cooper, John Roberts, Richard
Hosklng, Hugh T. Crossley, Johti E.
Hunter.
had a few
nr on Monday
Beauchamp Tye, of
The rooms were lovely with
a profusion of spring flowers. Mrs.
C. E. Doherty helped Mrs. Worsfold
at the tea table. Among those present
were Mrs. Beauchamp Tye, Mrs. C.
E. Doherty, Mrs. J. Stillwell Clute,
Mrs. Harold G. Barnet and Mrs. Arthur  M.  Mallns.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
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tAND  OFFICE
FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR RAILINGS���ALL     KINDS     OF     WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
j NEW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY |
I J. BROOKES, Proprietor ���
\  WORKS^Corner  E,eventh  and CarIjne. PHONE 473    J
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has   been   made   to   register   George
| Troughten as the owner in Fee Sim*
p,e, under a Tax Sale Deed from Ed-
|win M. Carncross, collector of the
Municipality of Surrey, to George
Troughten. bearing date the 7th day
of September, A. D. 1908, of all and
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises situate, lying
and being ln tbe District of New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as:���
Lot 7, B.ock 1, being a portion of
Section 20, Block 5, North Range. 2
West. Lots 3 and 4, part ef a portlea
of fractional section 21, B.ock 5 Nerth
Range 2 West.
You and those claiming throueh
under you and all persons claiming any interest la the said
land by virtue of in unregistered Instrument, and all persons claiming any laterent In the sal*
"Land Registry Act," are required to
contest the cairn of the tax purchaser
within forty-five days front the ��ate
of the service of this notice upo�� yo,
and in default ef a caveat or o��Olr
cate of lis pendens being filed witfcm
such period, or In default of redemption before registration, you and.each
of you will be forever estopped and
debarred from setting up any claim
to or in respect of the said land,
and 1 shall register George Troughten
or owner thereof in fee. And 1 hereby oTder that publication of this notice for thirty days In a daily news-
Mrs. S. Barclay Martin, Queens avenue, gave a very enjoyable tea on
Thursday afternoon of this week in
honor of Mrs. J. S. C. Fraser, of Rossland, who is the guest of her mother,
Mrs. M. M. English. Those present
were Mrs. Fraser, Mrs. English, Mrs.
C. E. Doherty. Mrs. G. D. Brymner,
Mrs. C. C. Worsfold, Mrs. Henry
Doyle, Mrs. Eddy, Mrs. Hosmer, Mrs.
Tuengling, Mrs. Charleson, Mrs.
Creighton,   Mrs.   McGuire   and   Miss
tlce ior iiiin.   u��js ���������    -        .
pape published in Now Westniins er
will  be good and sufficient   service
ttS��i at the Land Registry Office
New Westminster. Province of Btit
Tsh Columbia, this 9th day of March,
K' D- 1910, C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar
To:���Michael Robert Barry
A very delightful tea was given by
Miss Alma Corbould on Tuesday of
this week In honor of her sister, Mrs.
E. O. S. Scholefield, of Victoria. Miss
Corbould was assisted by Mrs. Henry
Doyle, who poured tea, Mrs. G. Bruce
Corbould, who served the ices and by
her two sisters, Miss Claire Corbould
and Miss Vera Corbould, Miss Cotton.
Miss Briggs, Miss Alma Leamy, and
Miss Josephine Martin. Among other
guests were Mrs. M. M. English, Mrs.
J. S. C. Fraser (Rossland) Mrs. J.
S. Clute, Mrs. Beauchamp Tye (Victoria) Mrs. C. E. Holt, Mrs. F. J.
Coulthard, Mrs. Malins. Mrs. J. W.
Crelghton, Mrs. McGuire (California)
Mrs. J. R. Payne, Mrs. S. B. Martin,
Mrs. C. E. Doherty, Mrs. J. R. Grant,
Mrs. Gaynor, Mrs. C. C. Worsfold, Mrs.
Melville Mallns, Mrs. Charleson, Mrs.
Yuengling,  Mrs.  H.  G.  Barnet    and
Mrs. Cotton.
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A wedding of great Interest to many
In New Westminster took place lu
Christ church, Vancouver, on Tuesday
morning, April 19, when Miss Gertrude Weart, eldest daughter of Mr.
J. W. Weart, of West Burnaby, was
married to Mr. John Franklin Belyea,
son of Mr. A. L. Belyea, K.C. Miss
Weart made a very charming bride in
a very lovely Imported gown of ivory
satin charmeuse under an overdress
of heavy silk chiffon. A handsome
garniture of seed pearls and silver
covered the front of the gown. She
also wore the customary veil of white
tulle and carried a lovely shower
bouquet of bridal roses and lillies of
the valley. The Misses Eva and Alleen
Weart were bridesmaids. The former
wore a frock of mauve crepe de chine
and the latter the same material In
pink, and both carried pink roses. The
groom was attended by Mr. Ernest
Todd,  of  Victoria,  and  Mr.   Harold
    Lang and Mr.  Arthur Belyea    were
John i ushers.    Afterwards a reception was
WANTED
A Modern Cottage
good situation.
We want
or
Bungalow.
_0_S
Must be new and clean and In
MORE HOUSES
Let us have yours; it   will  probably
be   to our   mutual
on our list,
advantage.
We also want good
BUILDING LOTS
on our list.   Call or write and tell us what you have, with your best
price and terms.
PATTERSON CO.
657 Columbia
St.
Evenings
Phone 633
at   Edmonds���Phone  F   203
ale
WEST END
Seven-roomed modern house, corner lot, 66x132. Price $3,250. On
easy terms.
A new 7-room modern house; good location. Price only $2,800.
On easy terms.
New modern 8-room house, cement foundation. Price only .3,500
on terms to suit.'
Two lots on Tenth street. Price only $1,400; $500 cash, balance
6, 12 and 18 months.
Two lots on Edinboro street close to Twelfth street. Price only
$1,300;  1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Lot on Hamilton street ckse to Twelfth street, 66x132. Price
only $850 on easy terms.
SAPPERTON
Six-room house on Keary street;
$100 cash, balance arranged.
We have* got some good buys in Sapperton.
on easy terms see us. _H_*#t8J||js*Csg?     -*�����'
Five lots beside new school. Price only $375 each
anee $10 per month. ; ���,..,.->>.���... .   ���... ���_. __.
lot 06x132.    Price only $2,200;
If you want a home
$125 cash, bai-
SURREY
Five and ten-acre blocks well located; prices ranging from $150
to $400 per acre.   If you want to rent a farm we have them for you.
SSBa���
JOS. TRAVERS
Real Estate    Auctioneering
Walker  Block,  Next to Todd's Music House
r. ,     *.-     c��,.��t New  Westminster
Columbia   Street
���I-H-M-l-M-H- ********* *** ************** *v;
River Drive
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Fine View Lot between
Eburne carline and cut off
to Vancouver. $750, one-
third cash, bai. 6,12, and 18
months.
H. H. LENNIE
Phone 596     650 Columbia Street    P. 0. Box 326
%4��H444��M��1I ���1'***-M|********H'**** **
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Douglas
A'wnrfer G. M��o��f.<-i<>ne.
LAND ACTS.
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
P. Burns & Co.
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645 COLUMBIA STREET.
New Westmister Land District.
D^trict  of  New Westminster.
following described lands;
sr;fr3S3cs;ncefrtS
ftaW^men'Sment, containing
f0Ur "ffaSSafi  McilDNNAN.
j. F. BAGGS, Agent.
March 17, 1910.   ^^^^^^mmmmmt
Ect^at ii ',3 mention this pape,.
held at Glencoe Lodge. The bride's
mother, Mrs. Weart, wore a very
handsome Paris gown of violet crepe
de chine, with hat of mauve satin
straw with ostrich tips. Mrs. Belyea,
mother of the groom, wore green satin
charmeuse with hat en suite. Mr. and
Mrs. Belyea left for Victoria, en route
to Portland, the bride wearing a tailored costume of navy blue serge and
a white straw hat trimmed with velvet
and the new shade of blue and pink
roses. On their return, they wlll occupy apartments In the Victoria court,
on Thurlow street, Vancouver.
evergreens.    Among   those    noticed
present in the evening were; Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Eddy, Mrs. Allan Mercer,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Sinclair, Dr. and Mrs.
J   H.   Jones,  Mr.   and   Mrs.  George
Turner, Mrs. Beauchamp Tye, Mr. and
Mrs. Cromwell, Mrs. F. J. Coulthard,
Mrs.  Yuengling,  Mrs.  H.  G.  Barnet,
Mrs.   Harvey,  Miss  Francis  Harvey,
Mrs.  Eastman, Miss Grace EaBtman,
Mrs  Leamy, Miss Alma Leamy, Miss
Veda Leamy, Mrs. Cotton, Miss Cotton, Miss Muriel Cotton, Miss Elley,
Miss    Marlon    Elley,    Miss    Naomi
Briggs,  Miss  Manuella   Briggs,   Miss
Morrow,   Miss  Hard,   Miss   McLeod,
Mr.  and Mrs. L. A. Lewis, Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Trapp, Miss Lola Wilson,
Miss Lord, Miss Mabel Lord, Mr. and
Mrs. H.  C. Major, Mrs. Bedell, Mrs.
Broad, Miss Dorothy Broad, Miss Winnie Keary, Miss Margaret Lewis, Miss
The roller rink was a very delightful . Alma Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ed-
place on Tuesday afternoon and eve-1 monds, Miss Plttendrlgh, Miss Marlon
ning when Mrs. Lester entertained at Martin,  Miss  Bucklln,  Mrs.  Bernard
a flower dance.   The children danced   Hall,  Miss  Winnie  Hill,  Miss Daisy
from four o'clock until half past eight! Crowder,  Miss  Beatrice    Annandale,
and the older ones from nine o'clock  Mrs. Muir, Miss Kattie Muir, Miss Ma-
untll two.   The room was beautifully  honey, Miss Corbould, Miss Claire Cor-
decorated with hundreds    of    lovely   bould. Mrs. J. E. Phillips, Miss Nan
artificial  flowers  and  colored  lights  Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Latham,
peeped cheerily out from festoons of Miss Peebles, Mr. and Mrs. C. Bourne,
Mr. and Mrs. Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. H.
O. Bowie, Miss Hard, Mls3 Nora Armstrong, Miss Freeze, Miss Lillooet
Armstrong, Miss Peele, Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Diamond, Mr. and Mrs. V. H. C.
Abbott, Miss Larnders, M>. and Mrs.
Kellington, and many others. Har-
pur's orchestra was ln attendance and
entertaining features of the evening
were a skirt dance by little Kitty
Hill and the ever-popular "Irish
Washerwoman" by little Mary Lester.
GRAFT  IN  GOTHAM.
(or
Mayor   Gaynor   Issues   Warrant
Arrest of Dock Master.
New York, April 2 ���Mayor Gaynor
appeared today in an old role and
rarely exercised by a mayor of this
city. He issued a warrant for the
arrest of John J. Cauldwell, of Brooklyn, who was a dock master In the
employ of the dock department.
The charge ls grand larceny and the
warrant was Issued following a complaint made by Commissioner of Accounts Fosdlck. It la alleged that tho
commissioners found that $10,000 had
disappeared ln a year. Deputy Dock
Commissioner Cresson had a conference today with District Attorney
Whitman and it is understood that
other employees may be Involved.      t
I PAGE eight.
THE DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY, APRIL
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COLUMBIA STREET.
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Our
Naval Policy
Is to have nothing but first
class workmen and satisfy our
customers with lirst class
Plumbing and Heating.
W�� DREAD-NOUGHT IN COMPETITION.
HARDMAN'S
HARDMAN     BLOCK.
Phone 281
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
The Westminster Modern
Business School
This institution is particularly desirous of securing as students the
young men and young women who
seek the BEST In commercial education and to those who become students here, and work as hard for
their own interests as the instructors
of this school will, the outcome is
bound to be satisfactory.
A. L. BOUCK,
610   Columbia   St. Principal.
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts.
if you haven't a Savings Account
NOW is the best time to start one
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital  Paid-Up   $5,000,000
Reserve       5,700,000
Total Assets   70,000,000
New Westminster, B. C.  Branch,
F. *HUTE   Manager.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
Do not book your passage without
Bfcliig us first.    Our system of handling  tickets  from  the  Old    Country
will save you money.
I''or dates and rates apply
ED. GOULET,
C.P.R. Agent.
ENGLISH WATCHMAN
Cold Watches ror Ladies from $1275
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open lac'
$5.00.
Silver Watches, gents' Open case
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Klgu
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty
Two Doors from Geo. Adnms' Grocery
MlI'S DRUG STORE
Removed to
DEANE BLOCK
Four doors east of Bank of
Montreal, where the same careful attention will be paid to all
prescriptions and orders as
heretofore.
COLUMBIA STREET
NEW WE8TMINSTER.
J. P. Cash, propiietor of the Bohemian restaurant, has made a donation of bowling shirts to the bowling
team going by the name of The Bohemians.
Take Notice���Five chairs in operation at the Hub Barber Shop In the
Dominion Trust Block.    No waiting. *
Take the round trip on the Transfer this afternoon. Fare 75 cents. Boat
leaves B. <fc K. Wharf at 2 p. m��� returning about 7 p. m. **
Two small robberies, one at Abbotsford and one at Hazelmere, have been
reported to the provincial police, who
are investigating.
During the Horse Show in Vancouver the ll. C. E. R. have arranged
for a special late car to leave Vancouver at midnight. The return' fare
will be 50 cents between the hours of
12 noon and 8 p. m.
The popularity of tiie midday lunch
at the Royal Cafe grows every day.
It is served from twelve to two, with
quick service. ��*
Mayor Lee, City Engineer Black-
man and some of the members of the
city council wilt make a trip today
to Lake Coquitlam to see what progress is being made on the city work
there.
The local agency of the Oliver Typewriter Co., is at 74G, Columbia street,
three doors from the B. C. B. R. car
station. It cost you nothing to try
this machine and only a small cash
payment to get one, when satisfied
with your test, save 17 cents a day,
that pays the balance.
George Kenty, the man arrested at
Mission at the time of Constable
Lane's death, will come up for election
on Monday morning. ,W- J. Whiteside has been retained as his counsel.
A payment, of $25 procures a lot in
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
& Kennedy, Ltd. These lots are in
great demand. **
Justinian Pelly, of Chilliwack. has
been appointed registrar of voters in
tlie Chilliwack district, in tho place
Of G.  W. Chadsey,  deceased.
Great selection of seeds and potted
plants at Tidy's. **
See Fales for Red Lounges. Guaranteed goods at prices cheaper than
the cheapest. **
The regular monthly meeting of
the W. C. T. I*, will be held on Monday at 2;30 p. m. at Queen's avenue
Methodist church. All members are
requested to attend, as details of the
June convention are to be discussed.
South Westminster property is
handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy,
Ltd. Call in and see them, and they
will put before you some good things.
F'lough promises to purchase seats
for the performance of "St. Elmo"
have been secured by Manager Harry
Tidy to warrant the appearance of
the show here on Saturday next. Advance subscribers will be enabled to
secure their seats on Monday afternoon, while the box office will be open
for the benefit of the general public
on Tuesday at Ryall's drug store.
Smoke "Solo Special" cigar, Havana
filled. **
A man named Swan died last night
at the Royal Columbian hospital.
Greame & Shirley have removed
their office to the Trapp block, Columbia street. In the rooms formerly occupied by the Westminster club. **
The attention of the county court
under Judge Howay was yesterday
taken up with thc hearing of a case
brought by Catherwood & Watson,
real estate agents at Mission City,
against Norhert Sylvester, a farmer
of Hatzic prairie, for commission on
a s;:Ie of land. The amount involve.!
was $200. After hearing all the evidence the learned judge, without
leaving the bench, gave his decision,
dismissing tlie action with costs. Mr.
Robertson, of McEvoy, Whiteside &
Robertson, appeared for the plaintiffs
and J. P. Hampton Bole and W. G.
McQuarrie for the defendant.
Anything in our line 10 to 20 per
cent,  saved  for  you.    Fales.        **
Local grown plants and flowers,
fresh every day at the Co-Operative
store, Sixth street. **
A and B companies of the Sixth
regiment D. C. O. lt. will parade for
inspection by tlie district commanding offlcer today at ;-!: 45 p. m. at the
Vancouver drill hall. Special cars will
leave Xew Westminster at 2:30 p m.
and returning will leave Vancouver
as soon as inspection is over. The
companies will parade at the
Armouries here at 1:45 p, m. and
will inarch to tlie B. C. E. R. depot.
To Furnish an Office, see W. E.
Fales. **
It is our business to make gloves,
vests, waists and other garments perfect by our special dry cleaning process. If you desire to be well dressed
for any function, patronize our cleaning department. Royal City Cleaners
and Dyers.   Phone R. 278. **
Just out���"Solo Special" cigar. **
Bohemian Cafe
Depot Hotel. ��� Opp. C. P. R. Station.
25c -Merchants' Lunch - 25c
From 11:30 to 2:30
SATURDAY,   APRIL   23,   1910.
SOUP
���' Spring  Vegetable
Consomme
FISH
Fried Halibut au Citron
BOILED
Corned Beef and Cabbage
E3NTREES
Fried  Sausage and Mashed Potatoes
Ox Tail Saute aux Cretons
Baked Lamb Pie Family Style
COLU   MEATS
Head Cheese and Potato Salad
ROASTS
Sirloin of Beef au jus
Leg of Pork and Jelly
Stuffed Ox Heart
VEGETABLES
Boiled and Mashed Potatoes
Stewed Carrots in Cream
DESSERT
Rice Custard, Vanilla Sauce��� Pumpkin, Raisin and Apple Pie.
Dinner from 5 to 8
If you want something dainty and
appetizing or are in a hurry phone
702 and your order will be ready when
you arrive at The Bohemian Cafe.
J.   P.  CASH,   Proprietor.
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
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For a Few Davs Onlv
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SPECIAL SNAPS INI
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ami Waterfrontage
Also some Choice Fuys in Surrey.
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FROM   STURDY   GINGHAMS  TO   SHEER   MUSLINS IN ALL
THE   WITCHER/   OF   SPRING   THE   NEW
GOODS   ARE    HERE
The song of the Springtime   is   in   every  beautiful ,.
and enchanting weave of these new goods.   They seem in teii
the   story   that   Winter   is  past   and a  single  glance ai   them
will start visions of the new   dresses   for   Bummer   and
they shall be.
New   English   Prints,  Ginghams,  Zephyrs,   I .Hens.   .
and  Muslins are here, all  in  the colorings and  weavi
which   Fashion   lias  put   her seal.    Handsome fabrics,
as  they are beautiful.    This section is one of the mo
in our store and it is the goodness of its showing and i    low
prices that have made it so.
Cotton
Shantung
35c Per Yard
A splendid material for the
tailored suit styles so popular
this season. Cotton Shantung
has a beautiful silky finish with
a weave resembling silk Shantung. Colors are Mauve, Plum,
Taupe, Rose, Champagne. Catawba Nile, Sky. Navy Brown,
Cream and Black and White,
per yard, 35c.
Mercerized
Poplin
45c Per Yard
Fine Corded Suitings. 27
inches wide; bright and lustrous in finish; heavy, firm and
strong. Especially suited to
present day suit and waist requirements, Colors, Old Rose,
Nile, Alice Blue, Champagne,
Cream. Brown, Navy, etc., per
yard, -15c.
Crepon
Suiting
20 to 35c Per Yard
Japanese Crepons. English
Crepons in narrow stripes and
plain colors. New shades of
Mauve, Plum, Grey, Sky, Rose,
Pink, Navy, Cream, Pawn and
Natural and White. These are
shown with a fine weave or Iti
heavy raised designs, per yard.
20, 25, 30 and 35c.
Colored
Indian Head
Suiting
Heavy Cotton Suitings with a
linen finish.    Colors. Sky, Navy.
Tan, Brown, Champagne, Electric, Natural. Cn am and Black
and White, per yard, IT, 20 und
Heavy
Canadian
Ducks
15c Per Yard
Shown   this   season   in   many
light   stripes  suitable  foi   V.
Suits    and    a'so    the    popular
Spot, Stripe, Anchor and i
designs   on   Navy  grounds,    50
patterns from which to cl
per yard, 15c.
Oxford
Ginghams
In    Blue   Drey,    N    .    and
White grounds wil h sti pes, narrow and wide.   Man) o
oxfords  are  finish d
out  dressing.    Coloi 8 are .t1   i
lutely fast, per yar
Superior Qualities Commend
Our WHITEWEAR
Many requests are made In the Muslin Underwear Departi
the hest and nicest underwear. We describe briefly a few of tbe mosl
attractive values. li\___te,A_.-__Vims
Cambric Underskirts
$3.00 to $4.50 Each
A splendid range of Skirts between these prices.   Various widths
of embroidery, lace, insertion and depths of flouncing afford a greal
choice of styles.   Garments are carefully   designed,   well   made  and
full;   narrow and wide tucks and dust ruffles. All sizes at $.'! to V :'"-
Fancy Lace and Embroidery
Trimmed Skirts
$7.50 Each
Fine  White  Cambric  Underskirts with .0-inch flounce; made with
Valenciennes  lace and bands of   flne   Swiss   Insertion    In    altcrnai
setting;  full hemstitched dust ruffles.   Bach, $7.50.
Fine Cambric
and Nainsook
Corset Covers
65c to $1.00 Each
Many of the b.'ss expensive
styles are also shown, but thosg
special fine garments stand oui
us being away above the average���S i  many new designs and
trimming features arc notics-
able. Fine Torchon. Maltese,
and French Valenciennes Lace i,
Swiss Insertion trlmrr.Injta usrd
extensively, au finished with
washable drawstring, All si.e.i.
Bach 65c to $1.00.
Corset Covers
of All Over
Embroidery
95c to $1.25 Each
Rome of the most attractive
Cot set Covers shown this season are made from Swiss all-
over     Embroideries,     Eyelet,
Shadow and Heavy Openwork
designs with straps over shoulder to match body portion. All
sizes, each, 06. to $1.25.
\Vomen s
Tailored
Waists
$2.25 to $3.50
.Many now styles to band In
these i op.ular Waists in Linens,
Vestlngs, Brilliants, India i
Heads, in plain or fancy weavi s.
Waists aro made With wide
tucks down fronts, shirtwaist
sleeves, laundered collars and
cuffs. Sizes 34 to 42. Each
92,26 to $3.50.
HancJsDine Bra*d Lace Coats
-���'  *������ '   '      ' $7.50, $12.50 and $19.50
Lace Coals are the most handsome of this season's garments. Material Is heavy and strong.    Made
up   In   semi-fitting   styles;    long sleeves.   Ask to see these In the Coat   Section. batub
daV
APB|L 23, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE NINE.
PUBLIC NOTICE.
_\
ed to members of the Red River Expeditions of l 1871, 1872 and 187;, and to
land ^^'""'l^Th-West Mounted Police.
,.. tiers "'' riven that warrants, entitling In each case the grantee or his as*;
SoTlCB l"> ,"'roby K. Bettleme��t duties, of a Quarter section df Dominion it
fu    . -,gidence or D.������in. ��� ,,. Man
Loo'
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Enep to I free grant,
Ler section df Dominh n lands, containing 160 acres, of
,.,, or seiueiu��-��>- - ��� ��� - ��������
ctuid re*i"eul"'" Jn tho pr0vinCe of Manitoba, Saskatchew; n oi Alberta, which were issued some
'      t(1 |),uiH'Stead em 1 .'._,__  , , A ,., ������������,.���,i,,,      -���- -   - -- ***********
open to n"""'1*1011 the lntt.rior for services rendered in connei tion with the Red River Expeditions
^wtha Depart"^       ^ service In the North-West Mounted Pi        to the persons hereinafter named-
,o-t  1872 'in'' *      '       .   _ a- n.r. t:M  that thev have not been a
������il   for  by   the  grantees  and
i"l8U, lg7? J 0Wlng to the fact that they have not been appnea   ior   oy   uie   grantees  ana- mai.
t yet been delivere ^ the Department.   The warrants in question will be delivered to the .raiitees
pisses are not �����& ^ tbe,r personai representatives, upon satisfactory evidence being sent to the
' rlD case of their . ,      Ottawa, that the applicants are entitled thereto.
*''      i���. Department or me
i.,voftl��
the i'^'1
,,,,,.d warrants referred to are the following:
Battalion.
00M
0063
0106
OW'
0111
0116
0124
0142
(ill 4
0151
1070
0182
0185
0188
0189
0221
0229
0231
0236
0249
0252
0263
0274
0280
0284
0285
0310
0312
0320
Lee
Babcock
Bonneille   ��� ���
Ilelliwell
. ,���Hn  Private
James AUBtln   Private
iea Atkinson  ....    ��i\dte
rich  Amandres
, Henry Brown
John  Hisson   	
John Brown 	
ijohn Beialr  	
James Ban  	
'���John r.uitcrworth   .
Philippe Bergeron  .
Emile Wais
John Walker
1-.. ncois
Cnarles Brunet 	
Lionel Barre 	
Xavier r.arril   	
l,M.iis Adolphe Casault
ji:.:  Cotter 	
Joseph Cayen 	
Fpalery  t'ousineau   ...
Jean Caron  	
'  Chandler  	
Albert  Carney   	
John Davidson 	
Samuel   Davis   	
James Dunn 	
Napoleon Desroscs  ..
I Donovan   . . .
el Donnelly  	
c,  Eastman  	
William Ellis   	
��� l-'onnan  	
.!,,,,, ii a  Klammand   . ���
rd   Finnerty   ..
Fleldhouse  ��� ���
��� Gill  	
T. n. GUmour  	
��� Gilroy 	
I Gibson	
. imache
Wm. Gllvey 	
e K. Hewgill
llarflctt   	
Harrison
Churl. ��� Vlney   ^^^^^
ogan 	
JOSl pi    lloule   	
gton   Hainlcy    	
Iliroux   	
��� .. .   Henry   	
i'.:'. . 1    Huston    	
II Kelly   	
im 11. Lowe 	
!. ilonde 	
:n   l.afranchlse   .. ���
Thomas Lee  	
omas l.ahhe (No. 201)
S'apoleon Larose  	
Fi i derlck Longmulr
I im   Massey   	
��� re Moisan 	
iraoel  Maddaford  	
J    R.   Moore   	
re Mlchaud 	
am Murray   	
ed   Morgan   	
leon   Melancon   ...
is  McDlannld  	
mas McNlcol  	
derlck   Mclver   	
C.  NUson   	
Timothy O'Bryan   	
Hugh  o'l.nghlan   	
Michael   Ouellette   	
Ludgey l'atenaude	
��� xander Perault 	
David   IMche   	
Reuben Paul  	
Henry  Potter  	
bouse Quintal 	
Tom Hodgson Rule ..
Daniel Rutherford ...
William George Rogers
William  Ray   	
Alexander Rogers  ....
Cleorge   Robinson   	
Charles Rondeau  	
Arthur Roy  	
Louis Ross 	
David  Ray   	
Robert Bcott 	
John Seddon  	
Mfonso St. Onge  	
Pierre St. Ariiuuid  ..
William   Snider   	
Moise St. Pierre   	
Smith, No. 31)8  ...
Albert Sevelgny  I	
Charles I. Stuart ������
tal*  Corporal
' Private
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0788
0784
0812
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0834
0838
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0862
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1057
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1398
1402
1404
1406
1412
1413
1481
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Private  	
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Corporal   	
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Pi Ivate 	
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'Second or Quebec Battalion ol Rlfli
First  or Ontario  Battalion of  Rlft< -
'First   or  Ontario   Battalion   of   Rifles,
igeoond or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
JSecond or Quebec Battalion ot Rifles,
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
! Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
"ISecond or Quebec Battalion of Rilles.
' iSecond or Quebec Battalion of miles,
"i Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
" First  or Ontario Battalion of Rifles.
First, or Ontario  Battalion of  Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Hifh B.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
I Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles,
'l Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
.First   or  Ontario  Battalion of  Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifle*.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles-
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
First  or Ontario  Battalion ot     i es.
First or  Ontario  Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
First or  Ontario  Battalion  ot   R fles.
Second or Quebec Batta on of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Batta ion o   R fits.
Second or Quebec Battalion Of R fles.
First  or  Ontario   Battalion  ot   R fles.
Second or Quebec Batta ion of Rifles.
First   or  Ontario   Battalion  of   Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of 1   fles
.Second or Quebec Batta on of Wfles.
' I second or Quebec Batta ion of Wfles.
>   e;,a or Quebec Batta on 0gfles-
���  second or Quebec. BattaUon o f R   es.
Second or Quebec Batta urn of R fles.
"I Second or Quebec Bat a on o   R fles.
������'Second or-Quebec BattaUon oR fles.
���1ft  londor Quebec  BattaUon O    R fles.
���Second or Quebec Bat a on of RAes.
Second or Quebec  Batta on oRWes.
' ���' second or Quebec Ba ta on of Bttes.
"lSecondorQueb.ec BattaUon of Wto.
"��� second or Quebec BattaUon of >���
���" ��� second or Quebec BattaUon oi R Jes.
��� ���,,,...  or Ontario  BattaUon o.Rifles.
"Second or Quebec BatUdon of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Batta on of -
���".Second or Quebec Batta on oRges.
""Second or Quebec BattaUon ol Wfles.
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' second or Quebec
' Second or Quebec
' second or Quebec
Battalion of Rifles.
BattaUon of Rifles.
Battalion of Rifles.
Second or   .ucur .��  ,,,,,���
^cond or Quebeq Battalion of Rifles
Mast, r
Master
Sergt.
Sergt.
Rifles,
Rilles.
Rifles.
Rilles.
Rilles.
Sinclair
Didier Tremblay
Baron Taylor  	
William   P.   Thorn   	
binics Trevor  	
fieorge Taylor 	
1   McTerrerldge 	
Thomas Vanmaldw  ���������
PranclB Valllancourt . ��� ���
Ignace Valllere  	
Qeorge Henry Welland
John .1. Witty  	
Wellington F. Walker .
|John   Wyatt   	
|:'iii(>R Ward   	
IWilliam   Chlsholni   .'...
Samuel Logan   ���
James Bond	
('has. L. M. G. Chasse
lames Dunn	
William Kellock   	
[Robert Wm. Turner ..
���'"derlck   Vogt   	
Paul  Adams   	
[George Loggle 	
IWilliam Brown 	
1 'ancls Phalr .���	
Rlchafd   Bodwlck   ���
Jean  Bolre   	
.John  Ilarrlgan  	
I William R. Johnston
lames McDonnell   ...
[Arthur W. Sheppard
iWllllnm Sturnoy  ....
iCeorRe Telford 	
l'>nncls R. Whittaker
Joshua Walker 	
I'ames Wilson  	
IWilliam Smith 	
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��� ��� second or Quebec BattaUon       Hts
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, .... n.iebec Battalion of kuks.
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���"Second o        * u|tali;! Rines.
���������Second o'  Q"e"e^       ....lioI, (,r Rilles.
���Second or QucdiecHt.'o
���������Flrsl  or Ontario BattaUon
...Fil.8t or Ontario  Battalion
...FlrBt or  Onarlo  B    ���   ��'
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... Second oi  QKlec q{ m|,es
���'   Seconder Q llU,ilion of Rilles.
..������Second or Q ot uit,es.
" ' !eooD$ ��n. 2S52 Ba Sion of Rifles.
'''Sm,nVnrOuclec Battalion of Rifles.
.... second o  Q Battalion ot Riflet.
.....Second or Quebec t;lll���n ol-Ui,ies.
��������� ���!second or Qu bee h      , ul|les.
������������Second oi   QU'  'U- 1(      ���j mtles.
... second or Quebec    !    ! ,;,  of uitles-
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... 'Second or Quebec ;;;)fUiM^
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....Second or ��* '   ,,, Rifles.
.... Second or QuebW Battson        iflw
������-   Second or Queb|0 Batt^ ^
....   second or Quebec ,,      ()f Rifles.
....  Klr8t or Ontario BaW  of
    Second or Quebec ���      of Hllies.
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    Second or Quebec 1.        ','��� ()f HlflBB.
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Private   ��� ���
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Sergeant
Sergennt
Prlvato    .
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Private
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Private
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Prlvato
Private
iOxpcdlHon Of 18TJ.
expedition Of 1��T1-
Expedition of 1|71.
ICxpedltion of 1871.
Kxpeditlon of 1|71.
Expedition of 187L
Expedition of 1871.
Kxpcditlon of Hgi-
Expedition of 18".
Expedition of 87.-
.Exi<editlon of 1873.
Expedition of 1|7.��.
Expbdltlon o     873.
Expedition of 1878.
Expedition of 187-J.
Expedition of 1871.
Expo.HUon of 1878.
Expedition of 1872.
Expedition of 1878.
Expedition of Wi ���
Expedition of 1871.
Expedition Of 1878.
Expedition of 1878-
��� Expedition of    875.
.1 Expedition of W2
Medicinal Preparations Are Not "Cure-Alls"
Neither are they intended to take the place of your physician
Reasonable Claims
co.
Reliable Remedies
,��LW������ LOOK TO* THI* TR��DI   M��RK
To claim that any remedy will cure
half a dozen, or even two or three,
totally distinct diseases, is to at once
discredit that remedy with every
thinking man or woman.
To claim that any houaehold
remedv can take the place, when you
nre ill, of your physician's skilled
diagnosis and prescription, is equally absurd. .
We make no such claims for NA-DRU-CO remed.es
But we do claim that in emergencies when you
cannot get the doctor quickly, and on the: many other
occasions when a reliable household remedy is needed
the right NA-DRU-CO preparation U the wtfest and
'"SfK^le^you feel an attack of sore throat
or tonsilitis coming on, two or three appUoteU. <rf
NA-DRU-CO Stainle.. Iodine Ointment will check .
aAnte just as NA-DRU-CO Wil^'Strawberry Extract
will cure bowel complaint or NA-DRU-CO Toothache
Gum stop a toothache
There are over fiftv separate and
distinct NA-DK.U-CO  Medicinal Pre-
Ixirations. I'.acU one is compounded
>y expert chemisti from tlie purest
and best ingredienti that money can
buy. Each one has been letted for
years, and has been proved worthy
of confidence before being admitted
to the NA-DRU-CO line.
Thus under the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark you can
get a thoroughly reliable household remedy for each
of the common ills.
To put the reliability of the NA-DRU-CO Preparations beyond doubt or question, we are prepared
to furnish to your physician or druggist, or to any
other physician or druggist in Canada, on request, a
full list of the ingredienti in any NA-DRU-CO medicinal or toilet preparation.
Ask these men, who are fully qualified to judge,
and in whom you place implicit confidence, all about
the NA-DRU-CO line.     .
If any NA-DRU-CO preparation vou try, whether medicinal or toilet, docs not entirely satisfy you,
the druggist from  whom you bought it will willingly refund your money.
Your druggist can supply you with auy NA-DRU-CO preparation, for even if be has not the particular
article you ask for in stock, he can get it within two days from our nearest wholesale branch.
Some NA-DRU-CO Preparations You Should Keep on Hand
-   ��� " ��� ��� **. ��:.-
Camphor Ice
Creaieleas Toilet Cream
Talcum Powder
Tooth Paste
Tooth Powder
Baby's Tablets       	
Carbolic Salve
Catcara Laxatives (Tablets)
Cod Uver Oil Compound.
Tasteless (2 Sizes)
Dyspepsia Tablets
Headache Wafers
Herb Tablets
Nervozone
Pile Ointmenfe
Rheumatism Cure
Sugar of Milk
Stainless Iodine Ointment
Toothache Cum
White Liniment
National Drug -.a Chemical Company of Canada, limited
Halifax,
 [Wholesale Branches at:
St. John,     Montreal,     Ottawa,     Kingston,
Winnipeg,
Regina,     Calgary,     Nelson,
Toronto,
Vancouver,
London,
Victoria.
Hamilton,
PRICES OF FOOD IN
NEW YORK DROPPING
Housewives Delighted by
Drop in Cost of Potatoes,
Flour, etc.
New York. April 2. .���Lower prices
for potatoes, flour ami many varieties
of canned goods delighted Xew York
housewives on their visits to grocery
stores today, and bakers added to the
news of declining prices by announcing that they have aikle.l two ounces
to the weight of their loaves.
Grocers pi edlcted lower prices all
along the line, especially in vegetables The drop in retail prices, they '
declared, is likely to be sensational.
I Prices of meats, however, remain
j stubbornly at tlie top mark, but even
representatives of the Western packers were willing to admit for the first
time in months that a decline is possible within a short time.
The present sens.uional drop in tlie
price of potatoes may mean cheaper
food of all kinds. Farmers are closing out their supply of old potatoes
for as low as 20 cents a bushel, the
lowest price In years. Other foods
also are cheaper. As a result of its
investigations. The American Agriculturist for April ^ll will say:
"A marked decline has occurred In
prices of certain    food    products.    If
this  decline  continues  much  longer,
the  commissions   investigating    high
prices wlll find themselves out of a
job.    Compared to the high point in
wheat last year, the market at Chicago showed-a decline of 17 cents. The
decline in corn from "the    high point
of last year Is 19 cents, and oats 20
cents.    In  other  words,  the  present
wholesale price of oats Is I!2 per cent
below the highest prices of hist year,
corn ls off 20 per cent and wheat 24
per cent.
"These  declines  in   grain  arc    reflected ln mill feeds.    Wheat bran is
now selling in the west at $5 to $C> a I
ton 1qbs than previous highest quota-1
tlons, a decline of 21 per cent, while
middlings have decline;! at New York
points nbout $:i a ton, or 12 per cent.
Kven. cottonseed meal is off $:; to 14,
or to 10 per cent.    Cotton Itself ls a
I fraction of a rent a pound less than
ln  January,   showing  11    decline    of
about 5 per cent.
"Potatoes" have not been so low ln
years, wholesale prices at present be-
Ing 40 to 50 per cent lower than in
November. Many farmers held on to
their potatoes until thc late winter
or spring market and are now glad, to
get rid of their stock at 25 cents a
bushel, whereas, in April a year ago
they were wholesale at Chicago at Jl
a bushel.
"Butter hns declined 6 per cent, eggs
have gone oft as usual ln the spring,
lOven beef cuttle- bave no more thnn
lipid their quotations of March, and
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MOOSt JAW SASK. fH
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Every housewife who uses flour must be
interested  in   ROBIN  HOOD "the flour that
is different."
You hear it makes a bigger loaf, that the loaf is
sweeter-flavored, more nutritious, more easily
assimilated than bread made with oiher flours.
We can tell you wh^ ROBIN HOOD Flour
makes that kind of a loaf, but what ought to interest you more than "why it does" is that "it does."
You can prove what we say as true at no risk of
loss 10 yourself.
It is largely a matter of making up your mind to
use "Robin Hood."
The Saskatchewan Flour Mills
Co., Ltd. ,
Moose Jaw   ���   -   Sask.
P. S.���Ask your grocer about our guarantee, and when you use
Robin Hood add mors .water than usual.
���New Arrivals in-
Blouses
AND
Children's Dresses
. ia Street
very high, and prices of sheep and
lambs are well maintained. There has
been a break In the price ot hay at
  many points in the West,   lieans are
isven neei um.1.10 ..��.��.  ���  _____   a\a,0 cheaper.
held  their quotations of March, and i    "Altogether, indications show a re-
hogs  are a trifle  off,  although  still action in food prices has taken place.
With good crops ln 1910, we may ����-
pect the price of food to consumers,
to be considerably lower than during,
the last twelve or eighteen months,
Blthough we do not look for a return
to the phenomenally low prices of tea
and twenty years ago.
No. of I
Warrant
Name of Warrantee.
Rank.
0027   [Simon Taylor
0029
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In
0088
0224
0265
0074
0325
I Wm. I. Spotten j ���
Robert   Hey wood   ...
|Ernest George  	
Richard Goldsworkey
William Barnwell ..
William Johnson .. ���
Augustus Schrodder
James Battersby  ...
and Jefferson City, Montana, U.8_A, address, Danville, P.Q-
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Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, April 7, 1910.
42-6
p. Q. KBYES.
Secretary-
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1 PAGE TEN.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, APRIL 23,19,0
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There is no Better Clothing than that which
we are Selling during Our Clearing Out
Sale at Cost and Less than Cost Prices.
This is Your Opportunity to buy the Best Suit of 1910 Clothing for the Least Price
Monday will be a day of bargain buying at 335 Hastings street west. Our
extensive stock of men's and youth's clothing is rapidly diminishing under our
"cut in two" prices. We have got to clear out our entire stock within a time limit.
It is now but a matter of days. The store is to be rented and the fixtures sold,
and in order to accommodate the incoming tenant, the mammoth stock of spring
and fall clothing must necessarily be sacrificed* It is a gigantic undertaking, but
we are going to make good. The public of Vancouver and surrounding district are
now able to buy first quality clothing at hitherto unheard of prices:
Special Prices Good For Today and Monday Only
Overcoats
Sharp at 7:30 P. M. on Monday we will place on sale ten Overcoats, 1910 styles, extra long, gray and black vicuna and fancy
stripes', for spring and fall wear; serge lined; full skirt; fly front.
A lino that sells regularly at $30, you will be able to buy at our
SPECIAL BARGAIN SALE ON MONDAY EVENING
for   	
$15.25
Cravenettes
Sharp at 7:30 P. M. on Monday we will place on sale ten Cravenettes, Famous Priestly Patent. A serviceable Spring and Fall Coat;
showerproof; in gray and fawn; light and heavy weights; single
and double breasted; skeleton lining. A line that sells regularly
at $25, you will be able to buy at our SPECIAL BARGAIN SALE ON
MONDAY EVENING
for   	
$17.50
Pants for Less Than Cost of Cloth
Sharp at 7:30 P. M. on Monday we will place on sale ten Pairs of
Men and Youths' pants ln blue and black worsted and cheviot; finest quality material; superior workmanship; light and medium
weights. A line that sells regularly for $8, to be sold at our SPECIAL MONDAY EVENING BARGAIN SALE d��Q   *J**!
Knickerbockers
In North of England Tweeds and Homespuns. Variety of shades
and patterns to choose from; absolutely new stock of latest styles;
every pair guaranteed to fit. Regular price $6. Selling during our big
clearing sale .fcQ 7ft
Riding Breeches
Bedford Cords, Whip Cords,Duck and Khaki. AH shades and
weights; buckskin straps; lace and button shoes. Regular $16 to
$18 line selling d�� Q *J*J*
Chesterfields
In Black and Grey Vicuna���Well trimmed; fly front; nothing better on the market tor $35. Our clearing out sale ��99 Cfl
price     4pa__,,*j\f
Car Conductors and
Sailors Uniforms
Single and Double Breasted Navy
Blue Serge Suits���Well made; finely
finished; fast dye; give great satisfaction; wide range of sizes; fit any figure; to be cleared at prices 50 per
cent, less than regular sale price.
Three-piece suits during the sale
from    $9  to  $20
Store Fixtures
For Sale
Tenders wlll be received for
the purchase of fixtures in our
store at 335 Hastings street
west. Intending purchasers may
Inspect the fixtures any time
during business hours. All tenders must be accompanied by a
$5 deposit and marked "Tenders for Fixtures" under separate cover and addressed to
The Thomas Foster Company,
335 Hastings street west, Vancouver.
���TONE TO RENT
This store. No. 236 Hastings
street west, Is for rent Possession Immediately at tbe close
of sale. For full particulars apply to Macaulay & Nicholls.
All Alterations Free
Our complete and well
organized tailoring department
promptly and efficiently executes ail alterations. You are
therefore assured a good fit.
Positively no goods exchanged.
Every sale must be for cash.
Waterproof Coats
One of the Largest and Most Complete stocks of watalrprlpof
clothing to be sacrificed during the sale. Single and double breasted waterproofs, in imported fawn twill; exceptionally lighl weights;
suitable for all seasons. A line that sells regularly at all clothing
stores at $15.   Our clearing out   sale d��D H��L
price            $0.I0
Serge and Worsted Suits
Men's and Youths' Suits��� Single and double breasted; navy blue,
guaranteed fast color; famous English weaves; lined throughout
with finest Farmer's satin; three button; medium length lapel. Regular price $21 a suit. Our clearing out d��1 A "7C
sale price    *r *-"'
Topper Coats
Brown, Black and Grey���Box cloth and beaver cloth; best
twill linings; full range of sizes. A line that sells regular nt $25.
our clearing out sale f_t(ilr ���    ^'tf ;*��� d��1 C OtC
A Suit of Clothes for $9.25
Sharp at 7:30 P. M. on Monday we will place on sale Ten Sultt,
men and youths' navy blue serge, guaranteed Indigo dye, made from
Moth Imported direct from the mills tn England. These suits sell
regular at all good clothing stores at $22 each, but on Monday evening at the above hour or Immediately thereafter you will be able
to purchase them at the very low price d��Q ot
Dress Suits.
Drese Suits In Vicuna and Llama Cloth���Silk lined and silk finings. Suits selling for $35, during this clearing out sale for ��� ��� $?4 50
Regular $40 suit during this clearing out sale   $3;'-"[)
Tuxedos, In three-piece suit or Jacket only. In Llama cloth ond
vicuna.
The $35.00 suit for      $24.75
The $40.00 suit for  $29.75
Tuxedo Jackets only   $1800
No Goods Exchanged.    Every Sale
Must Be For CASH
Our Store is Open From 8 a. m. to 9:30 p. m. Daily
The Thomas Foster Clothing Sale
335 Hastings Street West
Vancouver, B. C.
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