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 PIRE
INSURANCE
u/HlTE, SHILES & CO.
W   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
MBBR 83,
ASSESSMENTS LOWERED     CONVICTS KILLED IN
AT COURT OF REVISION
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES &:''.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NTS.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B  (
00
ffho Stay Up Late
|Be Corralled Under
it System.
, tureal  made by Alderman
! bring the curfew bell into
pit 1"
L ftature
On!y a  Few Properties in  Upper Part
of   City   Had   Been   Rated
Too   Highly.
. he   court   of  revision,   which   was
adjourned   a   week   ago   to   allow   the
| council to Inquire Into the details of
I the different appeals made, met again
I yesterday and decided all those that
t ...      i. .., J       Om... I    ,,.
TRUING TO ESCAPE
Daring Attempt to Break
Away From Colorado Penitentiary is Frustrated.
Canon City, Col., April 25.���A sensational jail-break occurred here at
half pastrfelght o'clock tonight, when
,,,   lie  cuuew   .,<.    ;   T , ;  ,7 m  nvar     Bevftml  of them   ������<���"   PastdBlgm   0 C10CK  tolilglit,   wnei
v w  Westminster was had been held over.   Several ol them eonvicts, who had Bomehow man
Nr*  N\ ... ,,    -tin. wen confirmed and nine or ten were      ' i(.volv(_,].s m
��� of  the
council  meeting
mention of tlie CUT-
Uije^nwnnectlonwlthno
^ made    bv    Alderman
r'ttiuOrlnginanaiiiend-
K? trades and license bylaw
iSecfo! adjusting the hours
lowered  slightly. lageu u> mnijss.r ..,,,..
The appeals of W. Wolfenden, A. J.  Steel  liles Into  their cells, cut their
Pond   and   one   of   Alfred   Ilardinan's I w;i>'   OUl   of  their  qu
i f ha   r.f,,-v[t\t,f   L hev
aged to smuggle ropes, revolvers and
'ielr cells, cut their
quarters.    Once ln
were dismissed and the assessments
confirmed.
The assessment on J, 11. Uusbton's
lot in block s. 5, lot 26, subdivision
_   .o-r   .���   ��-r.n.   Int
the corridor tbey were were confront
ed with one of the guards, who called
upon   them   to  stop.    They  shot   the
guard, bul nol fatally.
!l" TioMof adjusting me noun., mi ...  .,,.���,. "���.-������---��� t"��B0. lot     i'sing the guard's body as a shield
Wohi        id billiard rooms.   I, was reduced from $K..; to ��760, lot, exercise  yard
ll"80 a'rdne said that he nn- 9 in C. 34. subdivision 6 bj -long ng to       .   VW        ^ ^    .^
fltfS Of  the  poo.-- , gnu M. ^^oT-O^K i J- * -*** �����*- guard, who opened
I.*' ^ilVeieven  J2&   on others   were   reducedi   by   amounts Are. ^ ^
t����8bt.���, twelve o'clock on ranging from ��800 to %w. most!' wi    .        .   . - - - ..*����.
' i nights and twelve ���� nronertv ln tbe upper part of the city.
PROSPECTS POINT TO
RECORD BREAKING YEAR
Immigration in March Was
Largest For Any Month
in History of Canada.
Winnipeg, April 2 ..-All the indications are that this is to be u record
breaking year in the annals of the
development of western Canada.
The Immigration during last month
was the largest for any montli since
Emigration to this country began.
The total immigration last month was
83,065 of which number 17,310 came
from   the  l'nited   States,   and   16,756
JOE COLE FJNBS BOLD       MMTWMN'SYVK
WHILE HUNTING SUSPECT!       g |q g�� $ p
Tracer    of    August    Charlie    Comes
Across indications of Yellow Metal
on   Lillooet  River.
To capture a mun wanted for murder ami to stake out a mining claim
at the same time ls the unusual accomplishment of Joe Cole, of L'pper
Sumas. Cole was looking for August
Charlie, wanted in connection with
the murder of Howard Wade on the
shores of Silver Creek last August.
He located him camping on the Lillooet river, deep In the woods, anl
placed   him   under  arrest.     But  Cole
Uncompleted Manuscripts to
Be Completed By Leading
!    American Authors.
came via ocean ports.
.    . .     .   .   ,    ,.���,.   u
of this total makes lt look not at all
unlikely that tbe estimates which
were made early last month that the
year's Immigration would reach be
400,000 mark may be found tt Ml
short when the actual total for the
year comes to be added up.
es.   and   16,755      ; ���   "������        tQ   bUBlne8a
Tbe magnitude 1   ����� .'  ���. afte,. a deB,
and
even
man
New York, April 26.���The possibility
that Samuel Langliorne Clemens,
"Mark Twain," appointed his successor In the Held of American literature-
was contained today In the announce-
1 ment that bis uncompleted manuscripts would be completed according;
to expressed wishes laid down by
I Mr. Clemens before his death.
Before the shock of  Mark Twain's
ranging from |800 to (100. mos ly 0 . j J^ ������ ^^ . (lismh,intHge.
l'"T;h,a was late enougn ior   property in the upper part.of thicuy- ringleader and one of the other
Fvg0n onen      '"   addition   to       Those   present   at   the 't   ^��    ' | prlsoners  were  killed,  and   the o be.
|Wkti"1,      informed that  the   Mayor Lee, Aldermen S n.tl, Jai '   ��. i  u.()  slll!,   down   anil  recaptured  just
keM I��ffi25����d by boys  Bryson  and  Qilley.    rhe  city .clerk j'^   .^ had gcaled the wall>
rooms weie llcl'      ,   x_ ,.,,,,,i������
r;i��-?��-ss;
the
Lssessment.  commlsslonei
ftiou about the curfew
were also present.
fcr^TsS^ OPERATE OR REL1
i , t i in. rounci . Ma) oi L,eo
*"'"   :  *"":    is LUMBERMEN'S CHOICE
two  sin.'1,   down   aim  reeapwi.t-.
after they had scaled the wall.
CROKER TO RETURN;
OUT OF POLITICS
ear comes to be udded up. ��� ""= v"	
The  evidences  of   growth   and   ex-   hank of the Lillooet river
��� .    ���_ ���n ���.,,.,0 r>f t|,p  east bank of Twenty.Five
IK hat the same things had
���g^J S8 attention and he
febm?nl^
ISJdng the hours of openingof
tlement or Reforestation for Relinquished Areas.
is and putting further restric
,. , . , i%l ,lmlt of their patrons,
"probably I"- passed at an earl)
It question ol tbe printing of the
I n'Bwas brought up by Alder-1     -----        -
I >ughl  that  It; was  Ontario's  new Umb
_FU'"-' .       ��� . ,,..,,  ,h,.v k hou d    __ ���,1    l,V        Oil.
N'ew York. April 25.���According to
friends of Richard Croker, once boss
of New Vork. the old-time Tammany
leader will return to New York before
fall, and will make the city his permanent home.
Croker sailed Wednes lay for ire-
land on the Lusitania. lie told several friends at the dock that be wa
homesick and Lntended to make Got-
ham his future home after this sum-
********************
Tiie  evKieiHf.   wi   B.v-	
pitnsioii are visible ir. all parts of the
country.   The work of developing the
resources of western Canada is going
forward   with   energy   and   rapidity.
New settlers intens of thousands are
going upon the land and widening immensely tbe total area of fertile soli
brought under the plow, construction
work of all kinds is being done and
I tlie   whole   great   drama   of   western
Canadian   development   is   going   forward with a greater momentum than
ever.
The Canadian Pacific railway has
let contracts for two new steel bridges
ln Manitoba, one across the Asslni-
bolne river at Heading!)' and tbe other
across the Souris river at Souris. They
will replace the present wooden
bridges  at  these   points.
bad   an   eye   ro   uuiuug   ......
though he was after a desperate man!    Bptore l'"' !>"��������� *��� , -
he did not like to pass a good thing. (lp'"u had ,,p��"n ''' RI,f'nrt lls u'Tce
And so when he found indications of .weary men had begun to enquire who
gold along the Lillooet river he! wo"w tol,ow ln ,,:e footsteps of ther
promptly staked out a claim, which '.Rroat American author. But the in-
lie registered yesterday [terest attached to the wishes of Mark
The claim is situate'.l' on the south ! T'Vi',n ,n thlB respect are not con-
nank of the Lillooet river and on the ,lnod ,0 literary circles. In the army
east bank of Twentv-Five Mile creek 'nf readers who knew Twain through.'
and contains eighty acres, more (J1-! bis bonks and loved him for his humor
less. The area ls an hydraulic low-! and lnve ,hor" ls possibly a larppr
***********1     ������..- fraction with the belief that the writer
does ntt live  who can  take  up thf��
| pen laid down av. Redding on Friday
One   or   More  to  Compet".
Tt is  understood that  Mr. Clemens'
expressed the wish that his tasks be
completed   either   bv   one   writer   or
by several  In collaboration, but  thp
^^^^^^^^^^^ strictest Injunction  was that tlie un-
'  I finished   manuscripts   should   not   be
Use of Douglas Street Burying Ground |tnnrhfif1 bv any 8ave��n ArtiPrlcan.
I    Tn the library at. Stormfielil, where
���������    *i.���    rLc\rMnimr
grade placer mine.
PETITIONERS ASK EOR
REMOVAL OE CEMETERY
.,,,...  ���>-, The adoption ��f
Toronto, April -'���    ' "l  ��   v
���,,���  policy,  as  an-
IBGray, who thougnt nun n w.D
!';" ''o: tit .   jounced  by   Hon.  Frank    Cochrane,
���'��-���������   nn 1   mill   Si
printed if '            '   "'" y ,'"l;:"rt minister of lands, forests and mines
l     , in New Westminster   Per. d      wll, reBUlt. It Is thought
Eplt was Bufflclent In law that tn .    eaily rever-
En should be  published  In  the ... goyernnwat owi
Pc. Gazette, bul   there   we.e  lew sion to the province^oi_��� ��|<i|mi(.
has   Bub.             to   the   Gazette
��tB SUN AND TAR
SPGIL CHURCH CARPET
TEXAS RACIAL WAR
RAGES FAR".''! NlfiR
by Orientals as Crematoreum Meets
With  Disfavor.
sion  to  tne  pruvim..
of territory  now  held  under license,
����� ..*�� limits long
Vancouver May Have to Defend Novel
Suit Against St. Andrew's
Church.
Vancouv* r, April
;,_-H the city
iniutL.,   >uu�� e    -,, ���   of  territory  no��   ���    .To limits long
Eimaiorlts ol the public  would  ^ active operation on the limits long
Mio chance i ie acquainted  |uld ldle
Mme law.   He mo    I that subse-     The policy hits the speculator naru.
m bylaws bed   in   the ,   .is.,,,,.  have been beld as in
The motion  vt,Min,m. ,���, years withouto,  ;;;  ���   ���       .
** .  th.  val t timber constan  , . ��� v,n. llN ,- does not buy new aisle car-
�� bylaw  discussion  transpired j ;n_   aml  youn? sapUngs       '^|��us, AndreWs    Presbyterian
he courts of tbe law maj wn-
,��� the unusual spectacle of the civic
Kefs bemg sue*! by the congrega-
tlon's board of manag* ^
^1^^^^^   in
theThTsun got busy early in the _day
Entire Colored Population Driven Out
of  Town   by   Excited   Mob
of   Whites.
,^r^sAr.S2
j ��� ii (j   j  mov��_          ,
L Vim ndmenl bylaw be
n a   flrsl   thin
transpn ea
ed that the  lngl  an"   -~"nUil-  sapungs  uev��r.u,	
:it bylaw be  '";" merchantable trees.    Not a few peta for st   Andrew's    Presbyte s
ie     ||,.   did   "' "'' large ,u",ls,i; are held by Amer- church, the courts of tbe law may wit
Under the Increase ln ground   ae8s the unusual spectacle of the civic
fathers being sued by the congrega
*'.'*' !: r "with  it tlien,:i(';ins
  *i,J   rent the province shares in the prolits
ni the holdings to an extenl which will
prol ably mean the immediate operation of mosl of them, and the possible
lelinmiishmenl of others, lt is the
intention of the minister to utilize
such territory as reverts to the frown.
either cleared or otherwise, for the
******t ���,.,,,,
thai   reports from the
mmissloners  and   from the
>hi to be secured flrst.   "1
hwbeen told that  ii  is almost Im-
i   i lure In any "1
"thotels    We  are   not   allowed   to
morn hotels here with our
Jterat population, but if there is ��
ihonati nf rooms,   pressure  should
k brought to bear on the hotels we
���Iwdyliave and make them provide
sore accommodation."
Alderman Gray also  wanted   more
W Uons placed   on   the   licenses
Pen oui   in   bartenders.     He   said
b' at present   any   man   with   $^
jSldsecure n license, but he thought
"a that was not  the purpose of the
������ The law was for the protection
     ...:��l.
Bartenders su that any trump with
ted past onni.i not conr ~~J -""",'��
,'ieenso    	
and secure
The sun go   .>��*   *- s;el,lav-s sab-
TRpttlemenrwhere the coun-land by 10 o clock ��f "beaming
SSTftSSffS for reforestation kam morning   bU ^ }i tl
S�� deemed advisable S^vlnfat M-gJ^^S
According to ^e report o        ^ to        consistency oi
White deputy minister* J 0f|chocolate fudge    As a con   q    ^
y**T< """" ,.'.v  under   license.    Of j the  Sunday patent leatne
tlmbOT   ',"'     m miles  was licensed   membe.s   of   b .Arid,  w
this total.  ia,o��ii mlus     ��� carl.ied along wltt tnem
before Confederation.   The ^e        ix^   ^ ^       Brussels c   i
J��rlty ��f, ,hCS:-E of thlc own tlm- many  oon^gnments oi    the    ^
bef0re the passing      u   ovl(lod  that  black  paving mate-l.h. men
ber  regulation,^ wbichdPor *%&��)
ne^jfoes were oauij .ic��^���,
man seriously injured and the entire
negro population of Coleman, of between 160 and 200 men. women nnd
children, driven out of town, was the
result of race liots which began here
at one o'clock this afternoon and
raged until  far into the night.
Tbe negroes offered no resistance,
except in Isolated cases.
Every section of the c'ty was raided
for the negroes fleeing i:i every direction.
An old negro preacher, who is alleged to have made himself particularly obnoxious, is being pursued into
tbe hills by a small party of whites,
after having escaped the mob by a
narrow margin.
Mr. Clemens spent the declining:
years of his life, are a number of
stories nnd sketches, some slight nn<T
       . some pretentious, which were startefl
" land never finished.   Some were basti-
The long deferred petition for the 'v outlined and others are nearly corn-
removal of the Douglas street ceuie- pleted. Mr. Clemens did not exert
tery made its appearance before tue himself in his task, for he W��fl ill.
city council yesterday evening, backed and the weakness of sickness had sar>-
up by an influential delegation. Ppd inspiration from bis mind.
The   petition   bore   more   than  one Worked as Soirit Moved,
hundred nanus and asKed for the re- He onlv worked when the Spirit
moval of the cemetery for live rea- moved him, as be said himse'f onf
sons, which summarized, are as fol-, he added that he never before realized
1(jW[j.. i how lazy a spirit could be under tha*
1. lt is an eyesore and a nuisance, 'circumstances.
2. It is simply a convenience to tUe| But. ns t,ie Immortal *rew febler.
Orientals and an expense to the city,  he turned serious attention to his un-
3. It locks up J6U.000 wnieh yielus completed labor, and as he realized
no revenue and wliich might be uui- that be would likely never touch It.
lzed to better advantage. I again, he expressed his desms as to
���1. lt tin ns a tine residential section [now that should be carried on.
of the citv to an unsightly convenience!    Tt is understood that after th" ,"w>
to  Orientals,  who  do  not  contribute'���   manuscript   will   be  taken   f-om
to the revenue of the city. .'ts present resting Place and put into
5. lt reduces the value of other ���,the hands of writers, wbft wi" con-
property In the neighborhood. :tinne t!l" work started hy Mark Twi!-.
The petition was referred to the tbe work to be completed by pne
finance committee for  report. man   or   bv   se'-eral   in   en'lahor"'1->n.
After the petition wus read, W. A.. All will be American writers. Thev
Martin, the leader of the deputation, i w��l bp selected from the fl-H of
was   allowed   io   speak   and   he   ex- tvpical  American literature of which
plained the views of the residents
more fully, lie said that tlie paper
had not been circulated as it should
have been owing to lack of time, but
almost everyone who had been asked
! to sign it hud done so.
\ "There is no liner residential property   in   the  city,"   said   Mr.   Mai tin,
tvpical  American  menu	
Twain was the first exponent.
GIVEN HIS FREEDOM.
Man Arrested by Late Constable Lane
Is Leniently Dealt With.
LOOT   IN   PATROL   BOX.
I'MIUl    mil    l Oll.e   illiw   ommm..
_ The license was not sup
ped to be a source of revenue. More
���pmatlon will   be  secured  on  this
[%�� before   action   is   taken.
I Nerman Gilley   reported  that  he
I * other members of the tire com-
"ee had gone to Vancouver on Sat-
k)' and had inspected the automo-
���'Pparatiia used there.    He recoin-
"wdi'd that the city place an order
""the Seagreave Co.. of Detroit, tor
fllll..!..,.        I     I      nil.Mill.
"'mere ia uu imv.  ..	
erty In the city," said Mr. Martin, I George Kenty, tbe man whom Con-
"and it would make a good university j stable Lane bad arrested immediately
site, lf sold it would realize in the: before his death at Mission a week
neighborhood of $10U,0ti0, from wliich | ago, was charged yesterday with re-
a revenue could be derived and thejsisting an offlcer in the performance
property would be a blessing and not|of his duty, and pleaded guilty to the
a. curse as at present. The cemetery j charge. Judge Howay was disposed
is situated on tbe main road to to be lenient and let him off on sus-
Vancouver,  and  the  llrst  impression pended     sentence.       However,     he-
 --'   i-����>'ooatnn received by ,warned him against liquor.
to quit drinking from
Kenty.
jpptnblnatlon hose wagon and chenii
an automobile truck,
$8,300.    The  delivery
f enidno on
lhe
i   '��� cost to bl
I c[ Hie orde
I (be
was to be contingent on
Passing of   ���   '-"���' n.��.i��in��
,    MlH'IHlitlii
about tour
a  bylaw  authorlelni
It will be ready in
months. __^_^_^m^_m
"'"idi'is tor small pipes and fillings
SJtowatei distribution svstetn Were
;m"-\ to the  water  committee  for
report.
��� J��J0r Lee reported  that he.  with
1   ���  En? r   Blackman    	
. r>'son and
���Dade a
u'>-     we toun
e.n'le��'"n and a <��� ���  ._���-
F Mayor Lee, speaking of Mr. Free-
P. wh,, has been  retained by  the
"minion  .overrim'eht   to' Investigate
"n "'lulliinns at the lake.
��,. , Preeman   had   suggested   that
I'^ty supply '       ""
^^^^^^^ IS     COIIlll.H       	
more Into use for purposes for which
pine is too expensive.   The jack pine
is rapidly  increasing In value as Its!        ^  -^_____^.
adnptabllity   is  admitted  for  railway j SUFFRAGETTES NOT TAKEN
purposes, especially  tb s.    Millions of I VERY SERIOUSLY IN FRANCE
ties   are   now   manufactured   of   jack
pine timber.    Spruce will soon be as
! valuable us pine.
The prompt operation of many of j i
 ,M   mean   re-It
i North Sydney. N. S., April 252���A
collision off Fortune Bay. Nfld., of
two Newfoundland schooners, the Edna Carter and the Victoria, by which
the' former vessel was sunk, was reported today. The two vessels
crashed in the darkness five miles-
off   Brunette  Island.    For two  hours-
._   Alderman
Engineer Freeman, had
trip  to Coiiultlam  lake  yes-
"We found him an excellent
competent engineer,"
.    . .      .. ���\m.0*+
duced to Charred Heap. 1 p0��� '    - t eo replied to the delegation,
�� yards  here this  morning.    The  a grant      "'        bcertain restrictions.  tho- fnrmer
a^a^S^SS8SfesSSSSr ,
i    A comprehensl.'4 eys��n^uory na8|teavy tax on ..,,,���)Q
i compreueuBi.-a
l'.itectlon  for  licensed  territory has | heavy   .,..%  ....
been   decided  upon   by  the  minister, j advertising wonio
ernment placed a keeper V������^^ nt0 the street   number oi a   ���    -- ������ ~M&ll of
- �������� a -"V
Death of Mrs. H. H   Williarrs.
Earlv yesterday morning, .��?���.����� **r
,V5uams. of .Third a��nu., d^d su��
SOIl     Hum     w..^.
The ordinance provides that it snan iiing  hk,.cv   ....
be the duty of the saloon keeper or the last forty-eight hours.
his bartender  to  take  good  care  of 	
tbe intoxicated person until he is per- Canada's Exports to U. S. j Williams, ot   l niru ��,���������,
fectly sober and that a place shall be      Washington, April 25.���Canada's ex-  denly from heart failure, expiring In
provided for him to sleep. ports  to  the  United    Stages    during  the arms of J. D. S. Barrett, a roomer
-������ March  increased   .fi.000,000  over  the j who had hastened to her assistance
"'"'"' on hearing her coughing and gasping
ln�� the wint
'iiini.ej   iii   mr   m^    ���--
'er than they had heen du*
m .vinter and  Inst  summer.    It
|w,aecWe,1  to  accede to  Mr.  Free-
a�� . i ,"'"'"'st   1,nd   8end  a   man   t0
T,' Engineer Stronach.
d,i r toll��wing  correspondence  was
' wlt|,:
ill,  "   Lennle,  secretary  of  the
)ard.
dl    mi, wrote asking the coun
��i>hn i K",,,"ll to the ratepayers a
2' debenture bylaw for 197.600
(in,,';'1 ;'�� follows: High school, $i'0.
ji��'..8(lPperton   school.   $1R 000.   and
-..Ul|| f([ ^���    r����
ti-rr,.,,
. Whit
(Contl
 Ml       -.(-IIOOI.       fill".	
'' n school at Queenshoro. Be
1 ice committee for ��������""''*���
*�� liiiiin. ��� ,,���������������^ ....
^slile   &   Edmonds,   on
;ltory win b a. >;-ut BB���per.
���nd tKekdepattftient wni P^ ,
vising "re ^r��Za inspect their
to visit the W8cr9ar|n^, l9S���e per-
operations.    Clrcmai (he ef.
deafly, asking  he of
fret  of the serylce   wi BB,onB
mnre efUcient. iture pay the
The license-       " f the COBt of
whole, instead oj hfW ^  property.
flre  protection   o    "�� offlclttl re-
Lna. year, according jo ���.
iere  weie    -���' ,BBhare
same month last year.
.   _., i>t: Represen-
gan Francisco, AP' 1 - BUgar
tlltlVes of   our of     e lag
concerns  of   tW��o^       the federal
were summoned ttWW   here.
ci���. Have Narrow Escape. i       ���  I ^up^'eral will take place tompr-
wmMdt*s-,^^m��mm
^^Xteen vears old, and Norma Rid-      ^S ^Bslan officers are carrying out  lies bur ed.    W��� ement8i
er. thlrteeh yea^   . , t       let 10    of ^he m > ^
KAT wonTan: InT'tbe ope^tor.
Sart Wayne, werejhe ^occupants.
Bryan Elder of Church.
concerns  oi   "'"'.���  bv the federal .       f church.
Hll.>ii   i.     .~.,
the Russian officers are carrying out  nes inineu.    ... 	
the government's orders to evict 10,- of the funeral arrangements.
000 Jewish residents from that city I The late Mrs. Williams was an olcT-
to rural districts. Tbe announcement! time resident of this city, coding
that the expulsion had been suspended ihere in 1878. Her maiden name was
proved Incorrect, although the govern-1 Mary Esther Dafoe: she was a na--
ment allowed isolated families to re-,tive of eastern Ontario and was born
:* :ln 1844.   She leaves three soti3 and'
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PAGE TWO.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY.  APRIL  26(
Oassified Advertisements
WANTED.
<3BL R'AXTEI>���FOB FAMILY OF
two.    Ni        Id Plea ant w< tk
And home, but must, be able to sp ak
English and prepate wholesome
things .'or the table. Will pa; \Zl
u. month.   Apply '.14 Columbia St.
WANTED���GIRL     FOB     GENERAL
housework.   Apply 403 George St.
WANTED���WIDOW, MIDDLE AGED
energetic, requires employment; in
light business preferred; all or part
day.    Apply  u    p. o.  Box .���
WANTKD ��� GARDENING OK JOB-
bing by sturdy young man. Wages
moderate. Apply W. Johnson, Colonial Hotel.    Phone 39.
WANTED  TO  BENT���GENTLEMAN
wants one or two rooms with private family. Not far from library.
Modern house preferred. Box S*83,
Pos'.office.
WANTED���TENDERS   FOB   SLASH-
ing about eight acres on Tenth avenue and Armstrong street. Particulars apply S. Fader, city, or
Walker Bros., Edmonds.
WANTKD���KIUST CLASS TAILOR
ess. Apply A. S. Neilson. Sixth
street.   Enter by Connlngb&m hall.
WANTED���SIX TO BIGHT BOOMED
cottage; fully modern; close in:
good location. Write P. O. Box 17i).
City.
EEAVERS CAUSE TROUBLE
IN SASKATCHEWAN
New Advertisements BOTING THE
WANTED���TO RENT ONE OR TWO
pleasant furnished rooms or small
furnisfie3 house by married couple.
Address A. B., this office.
STABLE MANUBE HACKED AWAY
regularly, the whole year round.
Arrange with B. C. Nurseries. P. 0-,
City.
FOR  SALE.
LAUNCH FOR SALE���tO-FT. PRAC-
ticaliy new gasoline launch; covered
and completely equipped; licensed
to carry 25 people; for sale at
$2,000. This is many hundreds below the value of this boat. Apply
to owner, P. O. Box 349, New Westminster.
MUST BE SOLD QUICK���TWO LOTS
in Sapperton. Fine view looking
down the hill and close to new
school. Price $375 each. $.'00 cash
handles both lots���balance easy.
MDler <fc Jewhurst, Brokers. Room
7. Thompson Block.    Phone 669.
FOR SALE ��� SPEED LAUNCH
Tlte." 33 feet long. 4 f^<=-t 6 inches
beam; fully equipped with 10 H. P.
Tour-cylinder "Cowle" engine, together with dynamo. In first class
���workir.. order. Speed It miles per
hour. To be seen at our docks,
Front street. The Schaake Ma-
chin* Works, Ltd.
FOR SAKE���SINGER SEWING MA-
chinr-, almost new: Dres?er. Bed
Lounge, Rocking Chair. Tabic and
othf���: bi osel o i eff< eta. Applv a;
Boom 34,  Burr block.
FOP. SAKE���CHEAP FOR CASH. A
200-egg Petaluma incubator in good
condition.    Apply H.  L, M Is  ������'.,-
FOR SALE ��� WHITE LEGHORN
ee. s; single comb: good Btraln; five
cents each. Samuel Wilkinson.
Sixth street, East Burnaby.
Regina,  April   25.���Owing    to    the
(trict   preservation  by    the    goyern-
ent, tbe beaver which at one time
���-.-.-  in   danger  of   becoming   extinct.
tuu      dtlpli   ! to such an :
to cause grave concern among farmers
in the southern part of tbe province.
Numerous    complaints      have    been
blng the department of late as to
Lge  done by flooding  caused  by
��� industrious little workers damming up the water of creeks, particularly in  the Estcrhazy district along
Cat Arm creek.    The preservation of
those  animals  was   not  altogether a
matter of sentiment, because by damming   up   water   they   prevent   many
streams going almost dry in the summer.   In this way they are an advantage in the dry prairie country.
In  the early days  of the Hudson's
Bay   company   in   order   to     prevent
the  wholesale destruction  of  beaver.
I the   price   of   beaver   skins   was     re-
' duced and the number to be sold at
leach trading post limited.
Following  tbe  Introduction   of  free
! for trading tbe beaver was threatened
jwlth extinction, when the government
stepped   in   and   passed   a   restric iv
i measure.     The     wegtrrn     provinces
| since their formation, have continued
[this protection, but  In  none has this
protection been  extended to such an
extent as In Saskatchewan
I'p to last year no ont was permit-
J ted to trap or kill  bearer or destroy
a beaver dam until this year.    At the
last session of the legislature the pro
Itectlve period  was  extended  till  tbe
lend of 1015, but a clase was also inserted   giving  the minister  power  to
authorize   farmers   where   beaver  are
numerous and  causing  floods, .to remove  them  to a stream where they
���vere leps plentiful.
One of the larcest colonies i�� to
be found on tbe Souri�� river at O'bow.
whe-e -100 have made their home on
the farm of W. E. Christmas. At the
present time the department is making investigation through their dis-
'riet guardian of the complaints as to
damaees beine done by beaver floods,
nnd steps will no doubt shortly be
taken to give relief.
WILSON. COOK Sa CO.
Office:    Nort.-.ern   Crc*n   8ank   Bldg.
Ground  Floor.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
BREMNG & COMPANY
Ge-eral  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES  ONLY.
������    ;-3"*.s   Bank   Building,
Roots  5  and  6.
Zortstr Columbia and  BegSi
Phone  686
SOIL IS PROFITABLE
�� une tha. i, |   d|fl|
ev.-n  when Btai ' ''"'t.
low them.
"Tl .
charg,   bason     \
may  be coi
suggests,
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Octal sunshine and
ing the place ol
largi
lhe   soil   thl
The rl J
BURNABY SNAPS���3 3-4 aces : ea-
ed.   Distri t  Lot  1        I        *2.<KK
fy ....   balance t>.   12  ^nd  IS
: - per cent.
. streets  Sir Oliver ILodge's Expeii-'"'">��� '"��� expected. 1
e ^r����-                                     ,                         \'m avera*e wll, th. 'al
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SURREY.
5, i lock 5 N.. Range
w.
EURNABY���2    ��   SCTt    Wi
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BURNABY���2 large lots near city car
line. Price $260 each; :4 cash,
balance Jl" per month.
BURNABY���f 100   cash
month   buys   a   fine
Third avenue near ci
and    S'o    per
large   lot  oa
;v car line.
  . .-<���������.     :���������-,  to L.,d'.e:   :<���������'���
. J315 pc    acre.
.-"' .  ... S<      I      il      per acre.
��� - -    (1    ��� ��� the piece.
  . .icres in Sec. 30;   .1,560.
-   .vcres in Sec. 33; $350 per acre.
. ... 54       ��� . {.'75 per acre.
- in Sec ���". vacing coast Mere-
:. road; $-'75 per acre.
Icres In Sec. ?4, Tp. 8;  $45 per
a: re.
U Sec. 34, Tp. 7;  $45 per acre
inland
Increase in Crops.
A  year or two ago  tlie
scribed   what   was  being  dmie  under
the  direction of Sir Oliver  L >dge to
utilize  electricity  for  reinforcing the
fertility of plants.
Since  that  time     valuable    results
ha\e accrued  from  tbe further study
of the problem.    Wiighed as a busl-
I ness proposition, Sir Oliver Lodge's
'system   has Justified  itself,  and  what
noneli
higher Increasi
we  consider  thl f
lower poor.    On  ri. '
larger percent ig�� .   'I
press de-'The power required I .          ''
",;"'>;  ��f   "'"   ^Stal atTr.J
working are in un. ki |, - ,  .    '��� +
Bevlngton Hall  v
l Valley, where Oliver LoT
'.,' "Won J
���  ' ���' :'!'"<!, nil
prlncl
experimental station. I
Sir Oliver Lodges ,. *
first  entered  Into
J. B. Newman and I;.
five yean ago,
CITY   A
Price
and 12 m
66 foot  lot  on   Royal  avenue.   ' -   ^',
$1,500;   (600 cash,  balance  6      ^QO<1
��� i In t-ec.
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CITY���6-roomed modern house on
large lot on Fo-::. avenue and
facing on car line. A beautiful
home.    Price $3,500;  easy terms.
CITY���A good buy���Lots 2 and 3 in
Blks. 6 and 7. S. B. 9. on Seventh
avenue near Eighteenth street. Price
|650 each: $475 cash, balance 8 and
12 months.
6 on Townline Rd.  was tentative and experimental is now ,laid down In various parts of ths
being  taken   up on  commercial  lines |dom arul lu Germany with mJ:
I as a practical auxiliary of husbandry.   | results.
Lionel   Lodge,   who   has  control   of      Tt"' f��llf'��'ln^ rough i        ���,.-..,,
this department of Sir Oliver Lodge's  lnK tlle ralu�� "f "���'' -'���   em toJ,
work,  explained to  the  press at Blr-   turlf'�� has been draW]     r , ''^
minpham   university   on   April   S,   the   '���(l('��:,���
.   or two, I     Taking twenty-fmir .   .
of further  berries  as  fruiting  ...
other six acres being
come Into bearing, or Ian I being slyl
a clearing crop (whli |       f
Influenced benellciall} ��� the curreil
the calculation works - ,.,.J
like this: '
LANGLEY.
N    W.   U   Sec.  5.  Tp.   11:   4S  acres;
acres  cleared;   good   house  and
Lmprovemeata   fhe buy includes
-niture   and   everything   on   th��*  devolopnienta of the puot year
[lace.     Price    $��5.1'Hi;     $2,500 j and the   hope  they  affor
tab, balance arranged.
CITY���9 room modern house with two
acres under cultivation: plantel in
bearing strawberries and young
fruit trees. Price 86,000; $2,300 cash,
balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
LULU   ISLAND.
:. ���  41, Block 11. Four North Range,
S:x W. 4. N. ���'. W.. Group 1; 6 acres.
8600 per acre.
ge 6, Lots 16 and 17, Sec. 32 E,;
acres; $300 per acre.
. progress.
"Have you ever noticed what a n-
' markable impulse is piven to the
; erowth of crops by a thunderstorm?"
! asked Mr. Lionel Lodge. "That is tbe
leffert of the strongly charged atnios-
| phere. and our object is to supply a
similar stimulus systematically. The
artificial reinforcement of the electricity   in the  air   Is   more  necessarv
SAPPERTON���Lot 76. Blk. 24. S. B.
4. Price $45r>: $2-:".' cash: 6, 12 and
18 months.
LANGLEY���On   the   Surrey   line;   80
acres, the west  S  of the S.  E. v4
of   Sec.   34.
essy terms.
Tp.
ISO   per  acre:
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.
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LANGLEY ��� 160   acres,   the    S.   W.
:.  of Sec. 16, Tp. 10. having 2,500.
1  feet of good  fir timber.    Only
45 per acre: easy terms.
LANGLEY���160    acres    of    fine    fruit
land,   the   N.   W.
of   Sec.  14.
Real Estate
vs.
Mortgages
Tp.  10.    Price $45 per acre;   $:.3 10
cash: 1. 2. 3 and 4 years.
LANGLEY���80 acres, the N. \ ' of the
S. E. =t of Sec. 10 Tp. 10. Ten
acres cleared. Price $35 per acre:
$1,000 cash, balance $500 a year
until paid.
HARRISON HOT SPRINGS ��� 160
acres. A good farm; 40 acres under cultivation with orchard; 3-4
mile waterfrontage on Harrison river.. 2,000,000 feet of fir. some cedar;
several good springs. Price $25 per
acre: small cash payment.
BURNABY.
l   \ -. 5i corner of Roval Oaks road -
and Glen road.    Lot  19,   Block  82;   *��  d(1"   rold  weather  than  when  the
sky is clear and bright.
"The electric current can be generated either by a small dynamo or
from the nearest supply company's
mains, and by means of a transformer it Is raised to the high pre?-
1-3   cleared   and   fenced:    $800   per
acre;    $1,000    cash,    balance    easy
terms.
5 acres eood land: $3,500.
I. - 9, Blk. 3 of D. L. 2S;  $35<\
ly-  77 of Blocks 3 to 10, 3i�� to 53, 69
to 73. D. L. 30; 66x120; $325
L '  -   ������ Blocks 3 to 19, D. L 30; 66x
120;  corner;  $450.
Lot 30, D. L. 29, Blk. A: firxlSO; fruit
trees and root house; $525.
First cost of Installation erectei j
Depreciation of a greal deal of
the apparatus as in r.\
poles, would be vei ��� and
if depreciation and main
anee be taken at 15 f< r Dl
there should be a good margin    	
Fuel cost for one-horsepower oil-
engine   running   12   I rs per
day. 180 days at Id per hour.,
sure   required   labout   100,000   volts). [Labor, 2 hours per day at 6d
The current from  the transformer is      nour
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SAPPERTON
S.   D.   68,   Blk.   3.  Lot   21:   Buchanan   direction   positive  and
street between Sherbrooke and Hospital   street;  cleared:   small   bouse.
Price $400;  easy terms.
S. D. 19, Blk. 4, Lot 2; Carrol street;
cleared and fenced.    Price $425.
more or less alternating; that is lt is
not a steady current In one direction,
but oscillating first in one direction
and then in the opposite. For convenience we call the current in one
in   the    other
negative.     It   ls the   positive  current
Total  annual  upkeep  . M
And here ls tlie revenue side of tl)
account:
Take average return of E 8 pd
acre, 33 1-3 per cent Increase equal
��12 per acre.   Deduct 33 1-3 per cenl
that we discharge from the network o'  as cost of picking and marketing:
NORTH  VANCOUVER.
Good lot; good location:  $1,600.
wires above the plants
"This field network consist of fine
iron wire, the wires being spread about
ten yards apart and eighteen feet or
so above  the  ground.  Tiie  wires are
Some  of our  shrewd  clients
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11  ran
:h near Sapperton;   3 acres
in
orchs
rd:   balance light clearing.
Pr
ice %'.j
55 1; 'ern:? >.'.. 100 cash, bai-
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ce 6,
12,  ;;  and  24 months.
TO
RENT
���7-roomed   house  near  the
cc
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f Tenth street and Fourth
av
er. ue!
$30 per month.
CITY
Lot 9 and Northerly lfi of Subdivision
5 in Lot S in Block 10, Group 1. New South Westminster
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 $1,760,
balance easy terms.
Lot 55x132 on Seventh avenue between Sixth and Eighth streets;
cleared.    Price $fic".
A. G.  MARSHALL,
Phont F507
���   are beginning to feel that out
side   property   is   now   nearly
TO RENT ��� 4-roorred house and 5
cleared lots suitable for gardening:
$15 per month.
BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
Rooms  5  and  6.
Merchants   Bank   Building.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie  Streets
Phone 686.
SNAPS IN WATERFRONTS.
160 acres of good land under crop,
with 30 chains of waterfront. Price
only   |600 per acre,  on  terms.
14 "acres   excellent   land   with   house
and buildings, with 21 chains waterfrontage.    Hallway  through proper-
���    ty.    Price $8u00, ��� quarter cash.
1160 acres nearby all cultivated, exc 1-
lent land, waterfrontage North Arm,
near city.	
40
*   as high as it is worth. They say
FOR SALE���TWENTY CORDS OF
wood.    Apply S. J. News Ofhc��.
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
Sriuarp, City.
that   the   old   stock   exchange  ���
:
a
��� axiom is good which says "Sell   ���
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a when   everyone   wants   them;   4
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J buy when no one wants them."  Zl
��� They have figured out that they   a '
J   have done pretty  well by real
FOR   SALE���FOUR ROOMED    COT-
tage:   lot   50x132   cleared,   fenced;   a
one block east of    Twelfth Street  X   estate     and     are   now   buying
car.     Price   $1,400,   terms.    Apply,
Owner, 1024 Tenth Avenue.
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���   mortgages. They say that seven
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LET���ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN
block in suites of two for light
housekeeping. All steam heated;
"with hot and cold water, gas range
and electric light. Terms moderate.
Apply A. H. Ferguson, Room 9, second   floor. tf
���X
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
for me or two .adles. close to car.
���15 Hamilton street, cltv.
TO RENT ��� COMFORTABLY FUR-
nisbed bedroom. Apply 713 Trew
street,  city.
FOR   RENT.
TO   LET���8DC-R00MED~ COTTAGE
Vacant May 1. Rent $23. Apply
221 Hartco Street, evenings, between  fi and  7.
-FOR   RENT���HOUSE   AND   FOUR
Lots in Burnaby, near car line.
Five rooms and bathroom, pantry,
-etc. Rents $12 per month. May
lease for six monthe if tenant
suits. Apply to P. Peebles, 620 Co-
 lumbia 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
��� months if tennent suits.
FARM TO RENT ��� TO RENT OR
lease by the month or year, small
farm  at Sunbury,  good  house  and
t>arn;   easy  terms.    Apply K., this
��ffioe.
FOR    EXCHANGE���FIVE    ROOMED
House and lot in Vancouver, value
42000,  for  house  and  lot  in   New
'Westminster.     Apply,     Box   P.   R.
'News Office.
LOST.
X.OST ��� A LONG BROWN KID
glove, in Sixth or Columbia streets.
��� Finder please return to Daily News
(Dfflce.
to eight per cent, is good  for  I
��� such high class, gilt edged se-  ���
X   curity���in fact there is no se-  J
��� : ���
1 ��� curity better  than  a  mortgage   a
��� on  Improved real estate which  J
t has  withstood all  the scrutiny
��� given  morgages    which passes
�� through our hands.    They   feel
,��� that    with     such       mortgages
I they  can  sleep  pretty comfort-
[ ��� ably���no anxiety  as  to a  pos-
J sible drop in value.
X      If real estate  has done well
���
J ���   for you, or if you are for any
i J   reason   looking   for   the   great-
I f   est   security  in   investment,   it
'r   will  pay  you  to    see  us    and
X   talk    over   the    matter.     Our
J   knowledge  is  at  your  disposal  * [
without   charge.     Years  of  ex-  .,
perience and study of financial
matters  of all  kinds  fit  us to
speak with some degree of authority.
WILSON,   COOK   &   CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia  and   Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
6   Lots   near   Orphanage;    $2,700;    \\
cash, balance fi, 12 and  18 months.
acres,  with  waterfront.
Good terms.
Sunbury.
OPERA   HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
April  30��� St.  Elmo.
May 12���Gingerbread Man.
June 2���Dorothy Morton.
June 24���The White S.uaw.
One   acre   waterfront,    quarter   ml'.e
from  Lulu Island bridge.
40   feet   waterfront,     three     minutes
from bridge.   $50 per foot.
Apply for terms.
A. G.  MARSHALL,
Estate Office.
South  Westminster Phont F507
extra crop, and the balance, ��8 pel
acre, is due to the electricity, Multf
ply ��S by 24. and you have ��192,
duct cost of upkeep, ��63, and tlienel
result is��� ��12'.i profit on an outlay oj
��300.
AT THE HOTELS
Russe
W.
A.
D. Robertson, Toronto.
M. Mowat. Winn jieg.
Arthur F. T< ro 1 ronto.
R.  Penny,  Si   Louis.
C. A. Steele Victoria
J. J. Doran.   I
E. P. Brownli 1
D. McNalr, Loa Ai geles
A. (',. Langley, Vancouver.
J.   E.   R.   Lodes.  Vancouver.
Windsor.
R  C. L. Laughlin, Chilliwack.
W. Patti ra ' ��� Chilliwack.
\V   D  Heathcote. Chilliwack.
G. W. t'hatwin. Hammond.
R. Liddell, Nicomen.
T. J. Bissell, Ruakln.
j. Ball. Abbotsford.
H. F. Page. Matsqui.
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.
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Dominion Trust !i
Co., Ltd.
T.   R.   PEARSON,
Manager  N.  W.   Branch. m
2    Lots,    London    street;    close    to
Twelfth street; $500 each; terms.
1   3-8  Acres  on  tram   in  Section   30;
$1,000;   terms.
5 Acres in Section 11, Port Mann
townsite; $1,600 per acre. Terms
for today.
^KEIJLINGTOI^B^^
Corner Columbia and  Begbie Streets.
Phone 680.
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster Phone F507
Acreage   and   half  acres;   near  tram.
Easy terms.    South Westminster.
I Five  and  two acre  blocks and    cutoffs.    Easy  terms.
35 City Lots. Scott Road station.
$150, third cash, balance 6, 12, and
18 months.
15 Acre farm; well stocked and in
good cultivation; with furniture
and equipment.   Easy terms.
120  Acres;   $200 per  acre;   close in.
Good terms.
15 Acres; all under crop; 6 cows,
horses and equipment; $;000; $2000
cash, remainder on terms.
132 Feet on Columbia street, New
Westminster; excellent view; double corner, with residence.
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,Two excellent lots; North Vancouver;
double corner; $100 cash, balance to
suit.
40 ft. Waterfront ;three minutes from
the bridge;  $50 per foot.
APPLY���
A.   G.   MARSHALL,
Real Estate Office. Phone F. 507
South Westminster.
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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Intents  for   Bnynes'   Carriages
nnd Capital   Milk   Separators
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|J $10  to   $25.00
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Front Street
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NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FORTY YtAKS IN
1UKGLES Of \fRIC.
HORSE
SHOEING
Big Game Hunter, F. C.
Selous Talks Entertainingly of His Experiences.
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\ REPAIRING  OF  ALL ���
VICTOR  A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon Building.
Phone  681
KINDS
Done At-
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IIP. toes al Timberlard
Fronting Yule road. $3500
&?., balance to arrange,
kuire at
S. 0. PAULSEN
T.mberland P. O.
Electric Wcks
������Electric l.i..!��� surpasses tbe Coal t
J Mil' ami (,, s Costs less and . iv
piKMiM...   see us about tlie light!
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59 Sixth St.
Phone 304
Ready
Money
*> GOOD     FRIEND    ALWAYS
�� you deposit your money for
|*��tj it, The f .ink of Toronto
wi'' be safe while you leave
"��� and ready when you need K,
and It will be
AUTheTime
earning tor you three per cent.
'Merest. Small or large sums
"my be deposited at any time.
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 Above is a Money Maker
SCOTT ROAD
|M Ths Gateway of the Delta"
160 acres in section 25.   155 acres in section 18.
165 acres in section 18.   120 acres in section 12.
All the above are on the Scott Road and the
prices range from $110 to $150 per acre.
See us for full particulars.
List With Us. We Are Sure Sellers.
L J. FADER
Northern Crown Bank Building. Phone 295
80   BRANCHES
ln  Ontario,   Quebec   and   the
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CAPITAL
REST
, ,$4,000,000
,. 4,750,000
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N��W   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
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\      For Good Buys in the
j      City Look at This List
lot on Nanaimo street, cleared... .$ 650
��          a          "          *t    ....$ 675
��          "     ....$700
_   lots on Ottawa street for $400 ea.
1 lot on 10th ave and 12th street for $ 550
3   lots on Amess street for $ 425 ea.
10 lots on 10th ave, en bloc $2250
2 lots on 8th ave, close to car line, all
cleared, with street back ? ��W ea-
3 lots on London street for $ 275 ea.
Look these up, it will pay you. Terms
cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
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t cash, balance 6 and Hi monins. ;;
j Restate Mc AD AM & IRWIN teSass-j j
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J^^mm -i-��H m~~^��^^r
l'. c. Scions, the renowned African
hunter, explorer, collector and author,
the associate of Theodore RooBevelt,
ex-presldent of the lulled Stales on
the latter's bunting trip of nearly a
year through the wilds (if Africa, spent
Sunday in Nelson, the guest of Mayor
Selous, bin first cousin, says a recent
Issue of the Nelson Dally News. Mr.
SelouB came to Hililsii Columbia to
k' ep .1 business appo.ntment in place
ol a friend, an.l his only stops thus
far Blnce tidewater at New York have
been Three Forks and Nelson.
For a man reputed to be somewhat
difficult to meet, Mr. Selous was a
distinct surprise to the Interviewer,
being a niaii of mosl engaging per-
s mallty, though unassuming to a de-
gree, Tbe Interview took placa In
Mayor Si Ions' office and in a sens ���
was under bis patronage, us he was
present, in appearance Mr. Selous
might be Allan Quatermaln, the great
hunter of Rider Haggard's African
romances. He Is lll'ty-elght years old,
Bliort, stocky, and seasoned, and In
Bplte of bis closely trimmed gray
whiskers, gives an Impression of being al bis prime. Ills ruddy cheeks
Speak of a lifetime ln the open. Sitting
alertly on a wooden chair, My. ,6,ou<j
Hooked expectantly and fraAkly af I
bis questioner, from time to time lean-1
Ing forward to Illustrate some point
wltb a motion of his iirins, as when
he described bow the great jaws of
a hippopotamus closed fro n a dugout,'
Admires Roosevelt.
"Oh, 1 am a gieut admirer of Mr.
Roosevelt." lie said in reply t 1 the
lirst question, "both ns a man and as
a hunter of big game. 1 Immensely
enjoyed my intercourse with him on j
s African shooUng trip. He and
i Lieutenant Governor Jackson and my-1
I Belt rode from Mombasa to Nairobi, a
'distance of 300 miles, on the cow-,
catcher of tbe engine as his party;
I went in from the east coast, lie asked me to join the party, but that would
bave involved adding a dozen bearers,
and 1 thought that with five white.
men and 200 natives the ex-president's
expedition was large enough, so a refused. A friend and I were hunting
through much of the same territory,
however, and our parties encountered
from time to time in the jungle, and
all l saw of Mr. Roosevelt confirmed '
my previous estimate of him. He is
no feather-bed hunter, bul a bard
worker all the time, ready for any
exertion. Mr. Tarleton, the Austral-.
Ian hunter, who shot wita him all
through the trip, spoke to me very
highly of the ex-president's skill at
hunting big game.
Teddy Despises Grizzlies.
"Swapping      hunting      experiences
around the camp fir ��� is a relaxation
|'that Mr. Roosevelt particularly enjoys,
and  we all  enjoyed thine times.    1
have never shot a gilzzly, having no
luck the only time 1 ever hunted in
Alaska, but Mr. Roosevelt rather des-i
pises the gi'izzly.   Of the various griz- ;
..lies he has shot, only one charged. I
i The  ex-president  is  so  full  of  en-1
Ithuslasm thai  he infects everyone. I
know be enjoyed every minute of ills
long   and   successful   shooting     tiip, 1
i getting  acquainted  with our  African |
big game.   Tbe white rhinoceros men- I
j tioned in the dispatches in a species j
very restricted in range, and rapidly-
becoming extinct.    There is a small
area on the Nile, however, where they
jare   faiily   prevalent.     It   was   there
Mr.   Roosevelt  shot   the  nine   specimens  mentioned.    They  will  not be
(wasted, as they are destined for museums.     The  long   hunt    of    several
'months trimmed down tbe expresld nt
I nicely, and he is in splendid physical
I condition."
Asked about Hermit Roosevelt, Mr.
Selous said:    "Tbe lad was a general
j favorite.    I expected the boy to tire I
out, especially as he isi of a studious
I bent, reading Euripedes, they say, ln j
the Greek, not the kind of boy you
would select for a hunter.   But at the
end of three months you never saw a
keener young hunter, well set up witu i
quite a degree of skill, and of bound-!
less enthusiasm." I
Will Entertain Ex president.
Mr. Selous first became acquainted
with Mr. Roosevelt when ths latter,)
while president, wrote him inquiring
about some detail in one of his African
books. Later Mr. Selous cane over
for a trip and returned. The president
wrote him in England, and gave him
a "calling down" for not letting him
know of bis presence in America. In
1905 Mr. Selous was shooting caribou
in Newfoundland, and later he dropped
down to New York, and wired Mr.
Leob, the president's secretary, inquiring if he could bave a chance to
see the president. Tlie answer, from
tbe president, was: "Bring your bag
to the White House an 1 stay a week."
A most enjoyable visit followed, and
then and there, in all probability, the
strenuous president was inpculated
with the African hunting fever.
The famous hunter is now hurrying
(back to England to return the courtesy, where he" hopes to entertain ex-
| President Roosevelt at his place, Hea-
therslde, Won lesdon, in Surrey, Col.
Roosevelt having expressed a desire
to see his famous collection.
Nearly Forty Years a Hunter. \
In July, Mr. Selous' African career
will only lack twelve months of forty
years, and there Is piobably not another man living who knows as much
about the fauna of the southern half
of that continent. From 1871 to 1890
���a span of nineteen years���he huntrd
for a living, shooting elephants, for
their Ivory, all over south Central
Africa. He has seen the elephants
dwindle ln numbers from vast bands,
to tbe condition where tbey are now
protected by law in all British pos-
\ Benson & McMenemy;
\   At   Dick   Benson's  Old  Stand,
��� 8th St., Next to Fashion Livery.
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HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625 Columbia Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. C.
And   at   33G   Hastings   St.,   W.
Vancouver, B. C.    Phone 3S50
Men Wanted
To go to work at once.    30 cents per
hour.    Apply Immediately.
Hassam Paving Co.
Columbia St., City.
Cloverdale
E.M. Carncross & Co
Real Estate
Insurance, Loans, Conveyancing
Notaries Public
Surrey Kami Lands a Specialty
l.oeai Agents:
Cloverdale   Improvement   Co.,
Ltd.. and F.J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
For spring plants or cul  flowers,  j   Cloverdale, B. C.    L. l). Phone.
phone Davies' Greenhouse, R208.    **
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A Good Buy
A block of 10 lots in Sapperton.   Price $225 per lot.    One
third cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
A block of 1.8 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
The British Canadian Securities
Company, Limited.
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:    The Dominion Trust
lLouiluued  ou   fate  actui,
Surrey! Surrey!
Acreage from $100 to $400..
We have  some real snaps.
Acreage in Port   Kells
Township from $100 to $250.
CLOVERDALE
Lot and acreage in city.
List with us for quick sales.   We want
more acreage in Surrey and Langley.
M. G. Morrison & Co.
Room 3, 536 Hastings St. W.     Phone 6703
VANCOUVER, B. C.
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TUESDAY,   APR|L
26,
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The Daily News p|ANfr mum .r
Published by The Daby .News Purdue   ILnllLI     !Lllt��J   IJ
NOI HALLEY'S COMET
tog Company. Limited, at their offices
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
!    Lees Limited
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TUESDAY, APRIL 26.  1910.
Astronomical Staff of Daily
News -Makes Important
Siderieal Discovery.
A   DECAYING  POWER.
After sitting up for a week of nights
We  have  no doubt  that  the  mem-  an(j borrowing a telescope from W. C.
bera oi tbe opposition are the most  Chamberlin, the astronomical depart-
thankf-il of all to witness the closing   "���'���'���* Ot this Journal bus reached tbe
,      ,1 r^.rU��m.r.r,r.   r.-     .r���a\r���      r,      fit        ia&laUfi     CODClUSiOn     that     lt    iS     IlOt     the
ot   the   parliamentarv  session   at   Ot- .. ,    ,.     ���,���.���._ .,..,
' - comet.    It appears in the eastern sky
tawa.    For them  it  has undoubtedly  j1]st   ^fo^.   dawn   anj   looki   lovely,
heen  a  most  trying  time.    Signs  of   but  it  is  not  the  mysterious  visitor
dissension  were evident early in the   that caused Halley to sell his bed and
session.   th/-n   when   the   Navy   Bill   ,buy ^"'"T"1 TVVT^Jv
is our old and respected friend, Lady
came to be discussed certain members   V(.nuBp of the firm of Venus and Cupid,
of the  party broke out Into open re-  love founders.
hellion against their leader, Mr. Bor       Any person who has mistaken Venus
6en.     The  natural   result,   complete   ��������   >����' <����*< is *"_$>  excused, for
....      ���. it is too common an offence to permit
disorganization, followed. We have ,f g ,���,���.,���,. 0n Wednesday morn-
had all kinds of advice and sugges-��� jnt; t||(. "Daily News'' spo'ted Venus
tlons ofTered to the Conservative party   on the roof of the Fisheries building.
by its friends and various statements  but sh* ��,owlJ r"s'   in'�� th" *;r���   "
.... ,      ��� is well to remember that at this time,
have been   made   by  the  part)   press   ^ ..[>M}.  N f._.... m no.  know that
as to what  was  going t > b-> don.- to   |t  was  Venus,  but information   since
Join  the  scattered elements together  gleaned from tbe Scientific American,
once  again.    But  as  yet  nothing  of   The   Praser   Valley   Record, the   Cal-
......      . . _. ..,   D���_   garv Kve Opener  and similar learned
the kind has been done and Mr. Bor-  f^Ua^0BB\   b���   r.,nv)m..d   us   that
tlen remains In the Ignominious po- t,]f, _tarry phenomenon was Venus,
sitlon of a leader without a party. ithe original Venus, who lias survived
The opposition mav be likened to the scandal of ates and epochs and
a sh,;,. which for want of proper bal- gr-J-JIjUj^g^g��
las', has been driven upon the rocks tnuh waS hld;len from the "Daily
and rent In fragments. For it lacks. News" and so when the heavenly spec-
and has long lacked a sound construe- tacle appeared on the roof of the Fisheries building, the "Dally News" for-
tive policy to steady its progress. And
the rocks upon which ir has run Is
the soli't policy of progress and intelligent administration of the Liberal government. During the long series of years they have held office
Sir Wilfrid Laurier and his ministers
have displayed a wonderful foresight
and an Intelligent appreciation of the
needs of the country. With such ex-
eellence of work done and such splendid rt suits accruing from every one
of the progressive movements they
have    initiated,    the    opposition    has
sook Us press and its typewriter and
gathered upon the grass in front of
tlie Carnegie Library, which is not
considered a breach of the law between 3 and 4 a.m.. especially when
the "you must not" sign is uprooted.
"It's her."  said tbe pressman  with
bated   breath.   "Like   ,"   but     we
will not repeat what the compositor
said, as he is a profane roan and has
a nasty right. However there was a
discussion, and as the day waxed
warm, the argument followed suit, till
suddenly the sun came up. shutting
off the wind of the disputants and
the splendor of the star.
.Vow an   exact   counterpart   of   this
gradually but certainly become weaker   8Cene was enacted every morning for
and I'ss effective as a political force, four days, and almost caused a scandal
not only In the House of Commons rleht in our midst, for the unscrupu-
but throughout the Dominion.    In de-   k"ls Printer's devil  traded off  a  keg
ot printing ink for an equal (juantitv
���pair over the decline of their po- r,r wizard oil. which latter product he
sitlon and with no real power to offer used in untold quantities on his neck,
effective and useful criticism, the erst- which was as stiff as neck* get unless
while followers of Mr. Borden, feel. : ��ne has the misfortune to be suspend-
,      . , , , ed bv one in expiation of a crime.
big bound to do something to justify :    "Ves ������ rf.;tfieri his n. ck became stiff
their existence,  have been driven to through gazing at the aerial luminos-
the    necessity    of    raising   scandals, i'y. as we would have explained in the
Then finally, when the source of even last sentence, had  sail  sentence  not
��_    , .                  .           . got beyond our control about the end
these .,,,, petered out, tbey have fallen o! the forty-second word.
to quarrelling among themselves. Now the party holding out for the
t thi    pri  ent   position   of  the contention that the "her" referred to
opposition   le   due  to   such   clrcum- was the comet, became embarrassed
.tarn we  have   alluded   ro  is  !.?",���� g?. ��*\ r'T*h th- *lT
v,as very  bright, no tail  was visible,
easily   borne  out   by  one  or  two  in-  and as ail the world knows, a comet
stances.     The   proposal   to   open   up   without a tail, is like a dog without a
the vast  stretch  of rb-h  country  in   ,:'2'  ar,c!   !ias   no  hnsinew  to  cl   -
the northern parts of the Dominion uZ^JffJ^J*���? ���r the eirth"
.���,,,, , ,, ,      . It was at this time that 'he comet re-
and  to  forge  a  further link Joining   porter called  on  Mr. Chamberlin  for
"We Furnish Your
Home Complete "
We are showing a magnificent variety of new Carpets. Ru^s
and Mats. All new arrivals last week, and are prepared to fill any
size order in Brussels, Wiltons and AI minsters or Ingrains. A solid
carload of the famous "Nairn's Linoleums" arrives this week, making our stock again tlie largest and most complete in all British Columbia.
Lace Curtains and
Draperies
This department is securing special attention and our stocks are
being augmented by large import purchases. We have secured the
services of Mr. Collis Wood, who has had large experience in designing and house furnishings. He will be ready at all times ta offer
suggestions of help you with ycur plans without extra charge.
THE
T. H. Smith Co.
LIMITED
Lees Limited
Phone 73
Successors   to   Lee's   Furniture    Emporium.
716718 Columbia st. Ne//   Westminster
��p the east with the west, by the
construction of the Grand Trunk Pa-
cfic railway, was attacked in tbe m< (
bluer way by tbe opposition. They
claimed first that it was beyond the
financial resources of the country,
then that the existing lines of rail-
Way were ample to meet both present
and future transportation requirements. Failing in this they tried to
���charge wrong doing in connection
with ihe- carrying out of this great
undertaking. But as a fact tbe cost
of this scheme has been met. out of
���the surplusses and although the line
the use of a pair of binoculars, which
is an abbreviation for field glassi s.
But the field glasses were no more
successful in locating the tall, than
the natural lamps of the comet-struck
press-nan.
Well, that Is not very surprising
either, when you stop to consider that
it was not the comet, at all. but Venus.
but as aforesaid, that Important fact
was not known to the "Daily News."
However all doubts w*t�� set asid��
by the following item which appears
in Volume 1, No. 1, of "Comet Dust,"
a new daily which has broken out recently at Sumas.
"Many people have mistaken Venus
for  Halley's comet.    Venus   rises   in
U  not  yet   complete  it  has  already   the east about two hours before sun-
served to open up an Immense tract  f��f' ^^Jlg* & *"��� "f^0*
.. ���_. .. .... ..   . sk-���   The comet rises a few minutes
OfCOUnto to settlement and to facili-. afterwards, but twenty degrees far-
tate the transportation of prolucts to l-"'r north. At present It is about the
���the markets of the world.   When th's   Klzp of a fo,lrtl1 magnitude star and
important    transcontinental    line    Ig   !'s tal1, ls not ,v|sihle without tbe aid
,,, ,      , 'if a telescope."
��PCT it will furnish a more rapid and This settled our doubt* We have
luxurious means of crossing this con- not seen the comet yet. But we saw
tinent 'ban at present exists and will j Venus.
borten the journey around the world ~	
ti> one v.eek.
In another direction the beneficial
results of the progressive policy of
the Liberal government has been no
less successful. This is in the way of
better trade relations and reciprocal
agreements which have been made
with France and Germany, and just
recently with the United States. Such
faults as they could  find  with these
Curfew May Toll
For Wayward Youths
(Continued From Page One.)
Your Chance To
Make Money
If You Have $100 to Invest,
Use it as a cash payment on one of
the Choice Lots we ar�� offering in
the East End. These lots are $100
below market value, and must be sold
quick. They are situated between
Columbia and Brunette Streets, and
near to many industries, which makes
them good buys. They are level and
easy to clear, and the price is only
$400 each. Let us show you one of
these, as you can be on the property
in one minute after you step off the
car. And we are more than satisfied
if you are open for an Investment.
These are large lots with a lane at
the back of each.
CALL AND SEE
Miller and Jewhurst
Room  7, Thompson  Block (Opposite  City   Hall)
Phone   669���-New  Westminster
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Breakfast
Tues��
the/1
Stirring News
About
Cotton Goods
The time for Wash Goods Iris arrived, and we _,.. 1
tempting assoitinent of practical, Inexpensive, dret
ginghams,   muslins,  cambrics, etc.   Thousands of j m
patterns, hundreds of colorings, and an enormous variety ,,; w,.ay
It wlll be bard indeed to discover a woman who fails ���    ���   : laujh,
tion  and  delight   in   choosing   her summer gown stuffs | , i
teresting collection.
Special Display of Wash  Goods]
All This   Week*     Come   In  andl
Look Around*
Cotton Panama 25c yd*
A splendid fabric for Wash Suits, woven very close and resembles a wool Panama. Comes ln all the new col .rings. Including Ashes
of Iris. Sky. Old Hose, Reseda, Banana. Prussian Blue. Champagne
and Cedar.    Extra width;  .14 Inches wide.    Per yard, 25c.
Mercerised English Reppe
25c yd.
Wistaria,  Mauve,  Reseda.  Moss,   Prussian   Bine,   Palp  Blue. Tan,
Brown, Navy, White, and Black,are   the    shades   ln   this   new
ton fabric which In weave closely  resembles  a  ; plln    Soft silky
finish;  28 Indies wide.    Per yard,   r.'.c.
Linen Pongee at 25c
If you consider value when choosing,   you   will   be  d
ested in this line.   The shades are so pretty, comprising a full range
of the new and much-wanted crl orlngs,  such  as  Brown   Navy, Tan.
Rose, Saxe   Blue,   Reseda,  Green and Wistaria.    Sl to 32 inchi
Soft silky finish, and has every  appearance of Silk Pongee. Per yard,
L'ac.
Mercerised Mull 25c yd*
White.  Cream,   Pink,   Pale   Blue and Pale Green. Grey and Hello,
are the shades of this popular fabric.    45 inches wide.    Extra
value.   Per yard, 25c.
Do you like breakfast nicely served���a little fruit to commence,
Fish, Steak, Chops, etc? Try tes, Grape Fruit, Bananas Iti Cream.
then Bacon, crisp and done to a turn, Fresh Eggs, boiled .md fried,
8Uch at Rhubarb, Sliced Oranghe "ROYAL CAFE." Snow white
Napery,   Neat,   Quick   and   Polite  Service. - _.,
WE ARE NOW UPSTAIRS        ~^:
THE ROYAL CAFE
Seabold A Jones, Props, Dominion  Trust Block.
Of their ellerit, Mrs. M. R Thompson,
owner of the building on lot 4. block
6, asked for compensation for dam-
proposals the opposition did not fall aKes done to the building by water.
to put forward, but already these com-   HcferrRd to city solicitor.
jmercial treaties are bearing fine fruit.   JL"^*1* Sapperton,   wrote   a
,���        . . . , stirring  letter   on  the  dog  question.
We might go on and enumetate a referring to the superfluous animals
whole list of successful legislative ef- as an almost intolerable nuisance. Re-
forts by Sir Wilfrid and his ministers, ferred to police committee to act.
towards which the opposition have di- !. Resident Engineer Ferrabee, of the
rected their carping criticism, but the ^te^m^fl .eHV^S
result would only be the same. It , explaining an error of $400 in the
(would show that the Conservative payments on the bridge. The differ-
-jiarty at Ottawa occupies a purely neg- j ence had evidently been explained to
ative position and that Its days of use- ! !lenMn?UnC"     bHef0',eh,an(!     an. ,   the
amount was ordered to be paid.
MacDonald    Brothers    notified    the
CLOCKS
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fulness as a factor in Dominion poll
.ties are past.
(GOVERNOR HUGHES NAMED
SUPREME COURT JUSTICE
council that they were ready to have
their iron pipes inspected and asked
for connection with the city v .iter
main. Referred to water committee
to act.
Tlie   Vancouver,   Fraser   Valley   &:
Southern   Railway   company   notified ;
Washington,     April     25.���Governor I the   city   of   an   application    for    the !
'Charles E. Hughes, of New York, has   approval of their route map through !
���accepted   the  appointment  of  justice '��� New Westminster.   Referred to a spe-
of the supreme court  of the United   ddl   committee   consisting  of   Mayor
'States,   to   succeed  the   late   Justice   Lee    and     Alderman    Jardine    and
23avid J. Brewer. Gilley.
Victor
Gramophones
Victor I Price $31.00
Victor II Price $40.00
Victor III Price $50.00
Victor IV Price $63.00
Victor V Price $75.00
Victor Vlctrolias    $150, $240
Call and see our great stock.
J. H. TODD'S
Music House
New Westminster, B. C.     i
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FRATFRNAI flRnTR flF FAfil TC ���   Westminster chime, musical, marble, polisiikd wooiV
lil/iILIiil/iL Uni/LII Uf LAULLd t   GILT, silver, CHINA, ALARM, cabinet, cuckoo and hall
NOTICE
All members of New Westminster
Aerie No. 20, F. O. E., are requested
to attend the regular meeting on
Tuesday, April 26, 1910.
Business of importance will come
before the meeting re memorial services.     H.  SCHOFIELD,  Secretary.
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THE
JEWELER
Official  C.  P.  R. Time  Inspector.
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"GET  THE   HABIT"
Specials This Week
38-piece    Limoges    China    Tea    Set,
only    $9.00
40-piece Whjte and Gold Austrian China Sea Set, for, only $10.00
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
Wc buy for cash and se,! for the same.
A NEW LOT OF
Rag Mai Patterns
|| AT
| Ryall's Drug Store
X EYES TESTffO PREE BY OPTICIAN
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IoRTING NEWS
[^Wtf��RMMES   Bi��� SCORE IN VANCOUVER
THE DAILY NEWS.Y'
PAGE K1VK.
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er0,W P'^^8 Must Sh��W
BuSiness in Minto
cup challenges.
.dales
fur the
Minto Cup games
Honors of First Night Go to Visitors-
Westminster   Bohemians   Were
Away  Down.
'
',.,', lod for the sim-
piie Salmon Bel-
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I!���"������' '""!'',   '-Icevt the July
% /'I',      eTontreal Cub
o��',reJ . f0r tbe possession of
��� "ft'iJLla.vod   on   July   L6
will be P
*:;;;   ���niSum on which the
^1T11C       r   i.biyers   have   ac-
E>"":    ',ri is U.at the Mon-
t*,Sdu guarantee of  $^u.
W^hat ."ev  will obey the
The  first   night of  the  Vancouver
bowling tournament was a gnu'
cess as  far as  attendance and enthusiasm  goes  and  the  playing  wa(
also  pretty  good  In spots.    The Bo- ;
bemlans, the only New Westmlnstet|
team which  figured  last  night,
tured only flfth place
testing teams.
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The following la the
score:
Brooks��� ISeatlle)   	
Cuckoos���l Vancouver I   . . .
'    "' aUav    Will    Oliey     UUO |V��UWUIU��       I T
:|1 tbe.5.    .������ trustees Bpencer��� Vancouver)   .,.
Re the Minto Cup' Wjg commerclals-(Vancouver)
>i.-iiUi,i,   ,,.1(,-,.es  and  oluu l ,���,,���.,���,.,������_,}<,.*  We8tml
tj .he game. iMt Columbus���(Vancouver)   .
Mod was arrived aMast     ^   BrookB team from Seattl(
%T ii"'  P,ayer. ,      .1      Io the present Holders of
-^^'SrwtS^ I trophy   and   las.   nighl
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,2279
2274
,2184
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five-man
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The Right Paint
For Your House
OUTDOORS or in, choose ML
Pure Puinls for your money
because they do all any paint
can do���and will last longest and be
paint. The special ingredient used only
in ML Paints fortifies surfaces they
cover :iiiuiiist
the ills that
destroy  other
F'
,,,,,,,.���.',����-;;;, ��� j ���������,,���.   demon..;, I    i,   .up.Pl
actlcauj i���"�� ���..,, .,,,...   oi Ity
!'...��� '
local league
1 ",M',fTh.Xv   oi Ity  over  the  Vancouver
ihey thmiKI t �� >   We'tmlnBter   Diayers.     Tl,
und   New I
cept the dates of
^?��the seniom, wlthtta ex-
.- *   ! ,,; and Ualbraith.  were
����� ol, ,   , . iubt and bud a good
/���������[ $��*"   !s   not   been   well.
|[-ge?��o the game as ton
, is uble.
score
Westminster  players.     Their
averages up 524 per man.
The Paystreaks and Cherry Pickers'
will roll in Vancouver tonight in the
five-man event and most of the players will  also take pari in the  two-
man event.
���-.v-r
lORTY  colors,
white   and
black,   for
every paint pur-
poae.    Sold   by
driller*    whoso
reputation   warrants your confidence   In   all
they sell.   Made
by  the  Imperial
,**"     7~i Varnish     and
iluaranteed pure Color Co., Ltd..
materials, mixed ��' Toronto
with 17 years knowledic of paint,
making (or practical painters.
paints so quickly
ML paints  protect  best,  cover
better,  and satisfy.   Made   of
In The Market
We have NOT TAKEN our SURREY
property off the market to wall for
the raise, but are giving you the opportunity to buy now before the raise
conies.
All our property Is close In and well
Situated (right in among it).
Consult  the Surrey map and see for
yourself���
20 acres In Sec. 15, Blk. f>, N. K. 2 W.
5 acres ln Sec. Ill, Blk. 5, N. K. 2 W.
16 acres ln Sec. 29, Blk. 5, N. R. 1 VV.
80 acres in Sec. 21, Blk. 5, N. K. 1 W.
55 acres in Sec. 82, Ulk. B,N. R. 2 W.
17 acres in Sec. 27, Blk. 5, N. R. 2 W.
\
llAST^ERS^EORGANIZE.
, Set ol   Officers
Banquet   for    Bil'Pardists.
  Tonight tbe billiard players of the
I Vancouver  National  Sports club  will
Elected Many give a banquet to the New Westmln-
.���  r,���a  ,,1-tutR     The  occasion   will
<&int.
\ WHITE, SHILES & CO. |
!��� 628 and 746 Columbia Street. I
Phone 85. NEW WESTMINSTER    1
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5UdP:ayersS gnOn-
���HP" epr8clu��& frwrgan-
rS/lnNo.JLJTltehaUyes.
im    V when   officers   were
^eV,"l Us- Honorary pr��M>l-
i,,s follows, pregident,
IfTseSaa-trSlnrVF- ~
TE ���: ESS *<* �������
n K MacKenzie; executive, a
Jft  Sinclair  and   A.   Courtney
iti..."��  Abhy   Held.
���cure,- Huff,  E. MacKensie, Alex.
ntnev K. Whittaker, 1- 0. BWer,
tlZer F. T. weaver. E. Johnston
IE P   Eastman.    Several   other
E,re expected to Join later
l" e boys will play In red and white
lllERTS AND BALMORALS
TO CLASH THIS   EVENING
ster cue artists. The occasion will
be the presentation of tbe Chamberlin cup to the Vancouver men, who
scored a decisive victory over the lo-!
cal players iu a Beries of games which
has been played during the last montli.
The National Sports men promise
their   visitors u  first  class time.
Ml
Harry Makes Big Score.
Hurry   Walsh  last night made  the
highest   score   ou   the   local   bowling
alloys thai bus been  made for some     ftl oi
time,  rolling  no  less than   266   pins' Detroit
in an exhibition game.    Tis opponent St   ]j0l
American  League.
At St. Louis��� R-
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Louis    ���
does not wish bis name made public;    At"Washington  It.
and If the score were published, the vVashlnicton 2
reason   would   be   apparent      Walsh  m-_ york T>
made  four  strikes  at  the  start,  two;"   a.   Hoston  Et.
spares,  and  then  five  strikes  and  a Philadelphia 4
nine to finish oft with. Boston    .   i
At Cleveland��� R
WANT   GOLF   LINKS.
Cleveland   	
Chicago   	
: Effort   Being   Made   to   Start  Club   In                      National  League.
This City.                           j    At New York���
Tbe movement to form a golf cltih|Brooklyn     	
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  I    The movement to form a gon emu 	
��� baseball game this season  in ibis city is gradually taking more New York
...I.- .,\.,r.r, ,,t   rtoflnlto   shape.      There   are   a   great1    At I'hilai
few, dtv teams will take place ftl
Qtr., park this evening, when the
I lasl year's champions, will
p. ��� .��� Alerts, a  new  aggregation
k%< hv Kllis Turner. The BalB
I tft* .pri sente:! by the following:
J - and Munn (battery), W.
S ��� . Pierrot, llilodeau, Stein,
5/1 ,. Id and A. Smith.
^^ ^~~* ' on
definite  shape.      There  are  a  great1    At Philadelphia-
many   people in  the  city   wbo  have Boston   	
played  before and  ther,. are others j Philadelphia
I who wish to learn. The great dilli-
culty  will   be  in   securing   suitable
'grounds for the link?. Close to the
city, it is next to Impossible to secure a location, and so the promoters
oi the movement have looked further
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Carried In full assortment by
NOTICE  TO  MILKMEN.
Several   families   in   the   Edmonds
District require a daily milk service.
WALKER BROS.
Edmonds, April 22, 1910.
NOTICE.
Take  notice  that  I, Grace  Cruickshank, of Matsqui, B. C, farmer's wife,
,   intend to apply to the Commissioner
',' of Land^ and Works, Victoria, for a
t license to prospect for coal and petroleum on and under the following described lands:
" I    Commencing at    a    post    marked
f,Grace Cruickshank's, on N.E.  corner
set of the Section line between Section   28  and 2f>,  Tp.  18,   New   West
minster District, about 10 chains north
of the  S.  E.  corner of    Section  29;
tlience south one mile; then west one
mile; then north one mile; then east
one mile to the point of commencement; G40 acres.
1 GRACE CRUICKSHANK,
.Matsqui,   April   IS,   1010.
Contractors and
House Builders
We have a full   line   of  tne  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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ELEPHANT HAfR IS
STANLEY KETCHEL'S MASCOT
Sllerts team will be picked
:,. ���
taVbl
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,���Ml.,to E^.,. *mJ^j*j��j?_i '" ' "k"y
New York. April 25.���When Stanley
Ketchel enters the ring with Sam
Langford Wednesday nisht he will
wear on bis wrist a band of elephant
hair. The good luck charm was presented to him by Edgar Berber Bron-
���-"���""    The native
tltlfi
Executive   Meet,   wneie   ...   l"��   '"-   "     ()f the
executive of the ; bay, w tbln eas -accessi��
S3  -the African �����
 ��� of the executive oi  uie   .���..   ;.,,....,,.    Those who are in-
fRUuier Baseball association will: Northern rallw *-Jm< ,{yr requeBted
i> ���  It thi Conservative club roomlterestedjin uie ^ (.  ���
III  ���.:,.. when the schedule will  to consuM or commun ^ .^^
fo  ted and a number of needed  Stuart Wade, Becre    .
|,d��-   ���    ���  -- A   nt ,,nflp-
������..������.! ana  ;i milliner  ui   ueou����   ���
win tho constitution discussed,  of trade.
^a.a.a^4>4>^
��t^TOPtPA HOUSI
HARRY TIDY,  Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
\mT*LSm    !'������'��..--
Saturday, ^P^J���-
Frederic Belasca
PRESENTS
St.ELMO
Tne Dramatic Sensation of  the   S��^J���
Agusta Evan.' book o^ejamejjam^	
Mcnday..  April   25th,   *
Sale  nf   Seats   Opens   for   S^^^Day-
Ryalls Drug Store.    Regular Sale  Nexx       j^
������. i ������ ~~~ ,,,,  .he   B*l'asco
.     ..Qt    Elmo"  secures  sUj tbe  o*
NOTE-A Full House for    St.   tt"i Future.
tractions  for   New Westminster in me
\a*\J\J*^     r* ;    street between Thi,d and
Six lots and a 14-room house on Tin.
Fourth avenues. ft-�� n<fC
*,,, ���  -  ���er cent.    There is
U Cash; balance 6, 12 and ^** fij  Ejg-^SK
no better buy than this in the ��ty,thera ls a two-storey stame
Hon and in addition to the house, tne
accommodation for six horses.
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SURREY
. ����� f. *<
^^^^^^.U'U'llll  ,-a,,., ...
Africans consider a hair from the tall
of an elephant a sure charm against
harm. \
Centrals to Practice.
Tbe playing members of the Central   Junior  Lacrosse  club   will   have
a practice at Queen's park on Wed-
! nesday evening.
Additional Locals
An   examination   of   tlie   steamer
Strathcona, which  met wfth an accident near Page's Landing last Novem-
ber,   and   which   was   slroce   brought
down   to   a   wharf   across   the   river
from this city,, hivs revealed the fact
I that the centre- Keelson isr- broken, and
that  other damages sustained would '
render   it   altuoHt  impossible  to  put
the   vessel  In   serviceable   condition i
once more.   It has been decided to I
take out all tha machinery, and work
on   this   will   be   commenced   next
month.
i Mrs. A. It. Oaniels, of 210 A��nes
street, will receive today, and hereafter on thes third. Tuesday of the
month.
I An executive meeting of the Wom-:
i en's Council: will be bidd at the resi-'
Mdence of Mjfe C. S. Keith. 711 Royal
, : avenue, at three o'elisek on Thursday
�� I afternoon. The general meeting of
J   this association  will be held on the
��� second Monday in May, in the board
TJ   Of trade room. ;
a     The sate of seats for tlie perforin-
��� anee of "St Elmo"" opened at Ujall's.
T drug store yesterday. Reservations
X  should  be made early,  as  the  best
��� places are going rapidly,
anag-er Tidy  announuco  	
moviwjr pictures of the Nelson-Wolgas*.
lightweight championship battle will
be shawn in the opera house on Thursday, "May  4.    The  film  ot this  dIc-
ALLi-i*. is rated as being one of the best
I that has ever been taken of any prtse-
ftRht and every move ot the fighters
can be plainly discerned. i
���' The operetta, "Trial by Jury" the'
���vARentation of which was postponed j
account of Bialiop Dart's death, I
be produced on Monday evening
at St. Barnabas hall, and on Tuesday evening at St. Patrick's hall. The
curtain rises at eight o'clock In each
case.
Laughlin McLean, who went east on
����� frln some weeks ago, re-
we are mm
[RESH EVERY
DWf
Asparagus
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.
Ask Us for Prices
Office, Room 8, Thompson Blk. New Westminster,  B.  C.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director P. O. Box 953
For CHILLIWACK *
l^t^a^A**i\""iaVf*! ��>' ����������.M-��~-
2 Ib. for 25c
Celery
3 head far 25c
Cabbage
4 lb. for 25c
Rhubarb
3 Ib. for 25c
Lettuce
6 head for 25c
Radish
8 bunches for 25c
Green Onions
8 bunches for 25c
Ripe Tomatoes
2 Ib. for 35c
AND    UPRIVER
, A N D I N G S
THE NEW STERNWHEELER
s.s. paystreak)
���^'^^^^^^^^^ ,.,, .    M��.���  vA7��otmln��ter
REGULAR SAILINGS
xr��w Westminster Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ACCOMODATIONS
POYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
KU I ~-  v. new WE8TMIN8TER
���
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1 EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
I Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
VV ORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
���L VERYTHING to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
PERSONS other  than  employees accidentally injured    about    the
premises invariably sue for damages.
REGARDLESS of their own responsibility for the  accident, or the
existence of negligence on the part of others.
ON the slightest pretext employees may sue you, even for accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
THE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of
the accident by which he was Injured.
���? MPLOYERS and business men can 111 afford to assume the risk
of this ever-increasing an* uncertain liability.
REDIT 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
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12,200 for 10 acres, house andharni
I Malins, Coulthard & Co
^tSiS^ I The People's Grocer
turWyeBterdayaocomPiB8 Morrl80n, i   1W*       r
McLean,  f01"1'"* The  happy  couple  I PHONE 193 and 443
    o',n.,      The   happy -   .
0f  Nova Scot a.     l ol Mr. and
ure staying, a   the on street.
Mrs. J- L- ^ "fndend of the bride's
SSSES. -st with them.
PHONE 183 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
YOUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are insured.
ONLY insurance against such risks will enable you to fix and reduce
your expenses to a minimum.
UNDER the protection of a Liability Policy in the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company you wlll 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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PAGE SIX.
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
TUESDAY
APRiu
LAND    DIS-
PROBLEM OF DOuKKOBORS
I SOLVED BV LIBERAL GOVERNMENT
Commonoinfi at a  post  planted  on l	
lis JKSUfW ffjSLS Story of Almost Insuperable Difficulties Encountered and
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice tbat tbe Put River Lumber Company, Limited, a body corporate, having its bead office at the
��� ' of New Westminster, intends to
apply foi  ; ��� ��� n to lease the fol-
lowing described lands: ���
ZOOLOGIST 10 SEEK
���������������������������������������������������������������^^
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^^^^^^^^^hrith the^^^^^
side of the Canadian Pacific Railway
company's right-of-way, thence following the westerly shore of Pitt river in a northeasterly direction seven
thousand eight hundred i T.Si.n> feet
more or ten, to a witness post plant
Overcome in Making Good Citizens of a Strsnge
Communistic and Fanatical People
Expedition to Sail From Seattle in Small Schooner-
Specimens for Harvard.
fed on said shore to locate the most  ���?, '    r l! ^CT    has been sa,d      Tb��e are   the
.       erly   cornel     I   tbe   Pitt   River ��ereare ��me problems in this world relation  to the introduction of    tl-
so utterly perplexing   ,    baffling of Doukbobors to Canada.   By the winte.
all man-made endeavors to arrive at a of 18! ������: ���      .-  .- ...   ,  ,.       , e neie>.
completely   satisfactory     solution    of borhood of 8,000 of ttlm had aSSed   Sib���T1f. ���e ^ 'V�� "" m;,ae,al, l"e
sd in   Canada  and   been  domiciled ' *****L^i^SE*-��,i2$?
northerly corner of the Pitt River
Lumber Company, Limited, booming
site; thence at right angles to said
shore a distance of about three hundred and  fifty   (360)  feet to the said
- -���- io occupy public attention the better;
northerly corner of booming sue, said that after human irjef.nui.v has been
Dolnt   beine   two   hundred   12001   tect
them that the iess they are permitted
to occupy public attention the better;
April   25.���In    a    Seattle
Alva,   uuti!   recently     the
t  of  Charles   11    Lilly,
ren will leave this port with-
��� k for a trip to Alasfe .    and
Siberia.   The trip is to be mad
point bein? 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  I7.S30)  feet, more or less
To
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i.n Canada and been domiciled
appreciate succeeding events,
must have some insight into
Doukhobor religion.
Doukhobor    Faith.
I', is considered next to. if not qui:-3
impossible,  for  anyone    outside  the
D   ikbobor faith  to make  an   ���:
exhausted in the effort to put tl.em
right, the best that can be done for
them is to leave tbem to tlie inscrutable ways of time and providence to
work  out that  culmination  which  in  ^unuooor laim  to niaae      	
������  .i,.""".A.���w^i'-r'fv   "nr>7nmr ��f '��"m  the end may prove to a" conc<?rned  gent statement of that faith in its en-
1   ^      ��    tt   rI    Jiw\t  tt;(' most satisfying. tlrel>, M man>, s0 varIf.d and so m
boomlne    ��l��*      .hen.*    nnrth���f.H.        g^  & ^  ^ ^ D(),jkhobor pro.   ^   ^   ramlflca���ons>   but   broad]v  *    .
Idem In tbe eyes of the Canadian gov.  verv   generallv  it   mav   be  said  thai
��� __   ,,,.,.���   ,,.,,,,,-���   ...,���   *���m��" wllf��  ln l;'u7 ""��� a",n!s ot the   Doukhobor   styles   the   creed   to
THE  PITT  RIVER  LUMBER  COM- the government had Ampleted tbe last wMch he subscribes.    "The Brothe-
PAKY,  LIMITED. setUement with the singular Russian  hood of Man."   It is the faith of
T  W. Gray, Agent. sect whose mpmhow   Aa.Lmr.a- m����j-
Dated at the City of New Westminster. B. C. this 2Sth day of February. A. 1). 1910.
E. Thayer, a Massachusetts multi-mil
(oi the purpose of increasing
the exhibits of his own private mus-
ster.  Massachusetts, as
,:s adding to the great variety or
rare specimens . atnered ur.d iiiiutt.-d
booming site; thence northwesterly
to point of commencement, and containing sixty >CA) acres, more or less.
to the zoological museum malnta n<
by Harvard  university.
To Buck Lee.
The Alva, 2Z goss tonnage. 45 feet
over all, is schooner rigged, and has
a twelve-horse power gasoline engine
il  will be sued as an auxiliary for
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  ^^^ .. k ^^���      propulsion  through  the ice  floej
sect whose members. Aylmer Maude,  r��yri.t������ij. v  ������ -J5"111 of no::'  countered.   The boat hai a - i   ecentiy
their erstwhile friend and adviser, so [*: TXnDn f l   ,\      ,*} Came t0   ��� *T- s.'.e.thed with galvanized iron as
aptly characterised ��> ".-. t.e,���iin, r.���^  ?dVe..^he ��orld through knidness ar.J
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
as "a peculiar peo- humility.   He does not believe in   u
pie."   Seemingly the last resource had (orm 0f organized government, or ���
been exhausted in the effort to satisfy j.e should be the subject of anv gov-
the wishes ol these people, and. at the ernment, the teachings of his 6avf<  .
same time, mould them into Canadian forbids it.    He does not believe he Is
citizens, or  put  them  in   the  way  of 8ubject to anv law but the law of God
working out their own salvation, and iib expressed in the peculiar tenets of
it  was felt that if they could be left his faith.   He does not believe in mar-
entirely alone and be permitted to re- rtBge ..s ,,,. christian understand.- .
main out of the public eye for a period there is marriage, but no giving in
of  years,  time,  affording  opportunity marrjage    If a couple deci !e to mar:'-
lor the deveiopmeni among them of a tbey   meet,   perhaps    with     friend'-
proper   appreciation   of     British   cus- There is a sort of service after the
toins, British justice and British insti- rjtPS of the sect and t
tutions, could  be depended  upon    to erecj married
.  further protection.
The expense of the purchase of the
schooner, her fitting out and t!.' ���
tire trip will be borne by Mr. Tbayi r,
and Mr. Koren's present plans are f r
. staj of at has; eighteen months in
the north.
Thaytrs a  Noted  Family.
The Thayers, i ( which John  E   is
a member, are one of the very oldest
as   ��ell   as  richest   families   in   Mas-
setts,  and  the  Thayer    bora -.
..'������  among  the  most
��� ���   rated in the country.
EDM0
Fourteen Acres at Edmonds
Station, fronting on Van-
couver Road
$1500 Per Acre
One Third Cash, balance
over four years.
W. S. ROS
746 Columbia St.     -      -     Phone gj
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*aaaaaaaaaa4aaaai
hev are oonsiH    '^"1,a,cu ,;l  l"�� euumrv.    The  phi]-
Another cardinal nrindnle i��Tfh��t summer home, is one of the most
seems. there can be no todftd^ eow^r^ beautiful in New England, and he ha.s
easura  of prop���rty    l,,^   and '^'���'    always taken a particular inter--   : .
��|S�� ,,orh^c   ,"LV_,A .      "a upbnUding, erecting splendid buildings, an.l maintaining its roads at bis
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lav.
__________m__m
Hut   thai  consummation, it
was nor to be realized in the measure
thai could bave  been desired.    A re- ant" than all else perhaps, he believes
cent interview in a western newspaper the accepted and recognized leader of
in which the leader of the Doukbobors tj,e ��ect _ til(. incarnation of Christ
alb L.-d  duplicity on the part of   the The general tenor of the belief onlv,
government   in   Its   treatment  of  his v.as known to the officials of the gov-
people, has bad the effect of reviving ernment at the time of the emigration.  ^_^^^^_
the Doukhobor question to the extent Tll.   iast  mentioned phase of it  was >, vparI0f"ase and Tvorweeian' Sina
of promoting considerable newspaper not. amJ to that, and the absence of r0 >ears or a. e and a .Norwegian. b.nc<
attention, editorial or otherwise, to the their  leader
own expense.    Like all the Th..  ���   .-.
he has  been a liberal  giver  to  Hai
vard.
Specializes   in   Zoology.
Young Koren is a shade !>?>  '
subject,    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
Since the question lias been thus un-
Iwelcomely forced into the limelight, it
may be regarded aa pertinent if some
historical facts wbicli may or may not
and the absence of
now  generally  attri
buted the unrest whi      began to manifest itself almost as soon as the im-
int8 were settled.
Land  Selected.
Preceeding the coming of the immi-
Central Meat Market
BOWELL  &  ODDY
Corner   Eighth   St. and   Fifth  Avenue.
PHONE   370.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office "Phone 1��5.     Barn 'PhoDe 137
Columbia   Street
Etggage    deliverer    promptly    to
any part of the city.
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
- - hool in hla I ' roun
try at the age of 16 he has f dlowed
the sea, but has never allowed hla
early interest In I        ite.
"I  I ��� ��� ���   up  m) :     zoology ever since
r,'.\.\ last evening.     So when 1
ed to Seattle last fail aftei      trip to
tlie same countries for which I >
to saii within a week nn.I got ir.
munication with Mr. Thayei       . wen-
east and turned over to him the sped-
 ��� c���._  .������   ..   m   ,���:K���7,T Y'"-""'" ,,e"!rve, mens  I   had  gathen 1,  I  had  m
, ,        _ ,     .        'I Z"   . ������.a    ^ma       J0,       tllCO!       tO       l>' 111 (J       1. IS On        ,      . .1
den  of ministers plenUpotentlary for 1^^ un,, waa found t0 be ,.,.'������   -'' lling arranging for an-
de^,n��       ' '���' -     ut> and an overflow rese Princ -.other U'\\\    M ���     _.
and at one t me emlngly 1 �� Albert district near I   i pn    nt tow_      ,-       Under Norwegian Flag.
of so .  ���   tion. ,, Langham ��� ���        ing   v K"r"n ;_    ' l' "'"    :'"'"r !l10
Character  and   Re'igion. for. -.��� ... all  under u-   }"^-,:in   {u'-  '';"'   h'   ���' .''���'''
Toprope .     e dlfflcul- or'Donkhol for this to avoid the necessity of hav-
****** j ing to take with him, an    American
skipper.     He  -.vatiis "t ,   Bail   I ie   A'va
��� If and  intends taking with  him
'a crew of three. Samuel Giaver, Ragn-
; vald  Richard  and    Artl ar    NTordh I.
Nome  will   be  visited  first and   late:-
two Eskimos will  be InduceJ  tj accompany   the   party   in     search     for
strange mammalia.
Salt For SaL
California Half and Three-
Quarter  Ground
Mexican Salt
Liverpool Coarse Salt
J
ties   the   Canadian   government   met.    Owing  to  the   impoverished  condi-
v.jth in dealing witl th<   Doukbobors,  tion of the immigi it was neces
at  leas'  a  fair  oi        landing ol y to arrange some means of assist-
i 'er and  religion  is  ing them to get started in life.   'I   ���
ni ci -.=ary. tu**  ���
apanese  Salmon Nets  and
Twine.   All Kinds for
tne Season.
;.���'���-:-ary.  ^^^^^^^^h "?{&  received  much   outside  assistance  in
Tbe Doukbobors are dist  ntei   fr<   ijtbi   way of contributions    from    the
���  -������������"���    ���   niaieria.'isrn   of   the  Quakers   of   Philadelphia,    e:c.    Tiie
Itualism  or
ism  oi   the- Quakers   of   Philadelphia,   e c.
|.   I JU (J      !*        Hussian church.    They are  the pro- means adopted by tbe governmenl
Uffnt alia HBaVy naUiin? ducl  ,,: ��� against the ex- to permit tbem  to  hold  homesti
o ".'ten <;���'-..���     n***.*
W. RICH
Teaming and  Ex
pressing.
DEALER  IN'
reaction against  the ex- i ���'".'," ""f'"'"u "���' �����"�� government was
of   the    Greek    Orthodox �� i             them   '��  hold  homesteads
church, which began in tbe latter ba VH  "w g  'T^ in  viUa^s ���*
ol the eighteenth  century   b, t the. H   * lnt�� a fuund !�� a lump s���m for
did not become a compact sec   untn ""n"Ul' the ^ a head wl>ch the
">e earl, part oi -., SS.SS.'S. _Z    f^. |he".":iia aa encourag^
tmy.    The  Rn    ..      governi lent at 'i   , lmmiS.***-on.   Some criticism
Uptime set apart for their o^ujLS ,S ^T""1 WM W.T to be
a *'��������������� I I nd near the sea o: A.ov 'hown^ ,. e rv! if, T'C' ��f favori,is��i
the Milky Waters. In Southern ;',,^-V ' t,ie Do,lk,lof""s by the govern-
��bere they rermdn^d tTSn^fe. Sf* ��n tljis accoum- Th�� ����t was
**��-. m I860 the govirnn^n b��{%*_>_t* ��!^.g w^tevef "ception-
isbed   tbem to  trans-Caucasia.    Tliey ���  ���>������  I    ?overnment s action.   Assur
C Shinobu
PANIC    IN   SYNAGOGUE.
Beam
Serv-
Northern Crown Bank Building
City
FKonc 331
STRAY    DOGS   AS    FISH    FOOD
WOOD
were more or less persecuted for thei'r ll ��� '" , ��n'IS monf>' (0,"d not have
dtosent from the Russian AmS SS 'Hi\T e!npU,ye'1 and as t0 ^r-
through all the intervening vearsbu ! "nK the Doukhohors to satisfy
it was not until 1887 that the   f nous ' n��e dUt'eS
���
730  FOURTH   ST.
PHONE   R527
THE   STEAMER
TRANSFER
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker    Wharf
persecutions commenced    towards all
sects who refused to perform military
(Service,   which   rendered  the  position
iof the Doukbobors in particular, well
'nigh Intolerable.
This caused a revival by the Douk-
; bobors of their religious propaganda,
| and  about  1895 what  was  known  as
| The  Great   Party,   decided   upon   the
policy of bringing together all the in
struments of waifare in their possession and  destroying them.    That act
was construed as an act of rebellion
and   the   persecutions   became    even
for     Ladner    more rigorous than before.' This cul-
' ' leinme i  in   iji'ijj  jn permission   being
govern
.. by living in villages,
the hamlet provision of tlie land law
of that day authorized that very thing.
Unexpected  Peculiarities.
It   was  expected    the    immigrants
(Continued on  Page Ten.)
Breaks   in   Pioor   During
ice���Rabbi Is Good.
Montreal, April  25.���A serious accident   was   narrowly   averted   at     the
! Austro-Hungarian   synagogue  on   MI-
j ton street yesterday morning, when a
; beam broke in the floor while the edi-
I flee was crowded during the servic s 	
The   shock   of   the   breaking   beam'    Vancouver,   Wash.,   April   25. ��� Pet
| was so great that two or three hun-   canines not protected by a license tag,
I dred people were thrown to the floor and   caught   by   the   dog   catcher   in
[ and a panic was avoided by the cour-   Vancouver, will be hustled ofT to Hood
age  and  presence  of  mind  of   Rabbi   River, Ore., and fed to  the fishes at
Glazer. wbo succeeded In ouieting the  a private hatchery  there.    Tlie  pelts
congregation and emptying the syna-  will  be  preserved  and   sold   to  deal-
gogue  without anyone  being  injured,   ers.    This is an agreement wliich has
The accident is thought to have been   been entered into with  ES.  P. Friday
due to overcrowding. hy the chief of police.
Guichon Hotel
Newest
and   Most   I'p-to-Date Ho|
in  the City.
Cafe Adjoins.     Pi: sr Class Servicfl
Columbia  St.
New Westminsti
Phone 18.
"'Iminated in   , .��� ,,.-,���non
Westham     Island   and     Way   obtained   from   the   Russian
,���..  ,i^iu   me  nussian    govern-
���   -      a o~��,.i,���i-   a.���r,,,.r-;���rr ment, tinoiigli the instrumentality of
pomtsatzoclock, returning prince HHhJff,  ro,int Tol8to) -arid
on the following morning.    othrre- for tl,e Doakheixfra
�� �� grate.
Genesis   of   Movement
to  emi-
What
EURNABY   MUNICIPALITY.
Water Works for Edmonds District.
TENDERS for the whole or in part
vlll be received by the undersigned
up to 5 p. m. on Thursday, April 21,
1910, for: tu) The construction of a
stave water tank, trestle tower, rising mains, pump connection and other
fittings thereto; (bi For the construe! ion of 6-inch and 4-inch wire
wound stave pipe, distributing mains,
With the necessary valves and oilier
lutings.
Specifications, plans, forms of tender, etc., can be seen at the Municipal
hall, Edmonds, Uurnaby, B. C, between the hours of 9:80 a. m. and
A p. in. A deposit of an amount equal
to 5 per cent, of the contract price
must be made with each tender by
marked cheque payable to the Corporation of Burnaby. Tlie lowest or any
tender  not necessarily accepted.
The time to receive tenders for the
above lias been extended until 5 p.m:
Thursday, April 28th, lrilO.
C. T. SAUNDERS, C. M. C.
Municipal    Hall,   Edmonds,    Ll.   C,
April  16,  1910.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
JHE        DAILY        NEWS
And here ll may be well to put
righl an erroneous impression many
1 60| le have held as to the part    tbe
Canadian   government     through     the
then  minister of the interior, had in
the   coming   of   the   Doukbobors     to
Canada.    Two families of Doukhohors
had  gone to  England in search of a
place  for  their  people  to  cminigrate
to.   Prince Hllkorf and Aylmer Maude,
] then  a  desclple  of  Tolstoi,  weie  In-
I teres!Ing   themselves  i.n  the  general
; effort then being made to assist  the
' Doukbobors to get. away from  Russi i
and conceiving Canada to be the most
suitable place for the persecuted people  to  setde.  they   brought   the   two
(families here.
Immigration to Canada had not yet
begun to flow freely, but Canada had,
' as all   knew, vast  stretches  of  unoc-
I cupied  land and  wanted settlers.    In
particular,   that   section  of  the   west
i now occupied by the Doukhohors was
I wholly wild and had not an inhabitant
; throughout   Its   broad     reaches.    To-
J gether with the rest of the then unoc-
I cupied prairie regions of the west, the
government believed it to be most desirable for settlement, and was anxious
to induce a start to be made toward
Settling it.    The two Doukhobor fam-
i Hies were from among the best ord-
i ered of their sect and they  made a
very favorable impression.
Say
i
You can't do better than buy
your Furniture from Denny &
Galloway.    They'll treat you right
43-45 Sixth Street
New Westminster, B. C. rP
pAVi
APRIL   26,
1910.
+�������������������������� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��������������������������������������������������������������������
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
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(ll  V        VllvIJiltO      ��� LAND REGISTRY ACT.
t       TAKE KOTICE thai an application
Waiting to invest in
New Westminster
Properties. List
your property with
us.
TAKE N'OTICE that an appltcati
en ma le to n gisler the Corporation of the Townsr'-   ***********^
Forty Years In
Jungles Of Africa
Continued: from Page Three.)
the
IANVUE REALTY CO.
2109 Granville Sk
LoneIR4949       Vancouver, B.O
[el Sign WorkslYEE KEE & CO.
i SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
hews Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
sessions, and In other European protectorates luint'TS are limited lo two
elephants  a year.
In is'.m Cecil Rhodes, the great em
plre-bullder, secured  bis services fot
the  British South    Africa   company
otherwise   known   us   the   Chartered
company, as chief intelligence officer,
and he led tho pioneer expedition into
Mashonaland, his three troops of pioneers using up 400 American axes in
hewing a way through over 200 miles
or tract of laud and premises situate I of jungle for the  column of wagons
ying and being in tbe District of New   that  followed.    Mr.  Selous  not  only
Westminster, in the Province oi Brit-  constructed this road, but personally
ls\ Columbia, more particularly known  surveyed It through the mountain Jun
and described as:    Lol   1  iu subdivi-   gle, much of it being through country
sion 24 of block 1 of section 30, block   with   no  denizens   but   wild   animals
5 north, range 2 west;  lots 8 to 17,  In the first few months '200 head or
inclusive, of subdivision 2'i of section   live stork were eaten by lions,    lie
16,  block 5, north range 2 west;  lots I completed  road  extended  from Mat*
15 to 21, inclusive, block 14 of south-  louksle to a point ln Mashonaland that
east  quarter  section   4,  township  9;   was named Salisbury, its length be ng
lots 5,6, and 7, In subdivision 23 of H60 miles, and its designation on the
section  iti,  block 6, north  range 2. maps ls the Selous road.   Anotnei -m>
west;  lots 22 and 23, In subdivision  miles later brought tbe road nearly to
23 of section 16, block 5, north range   Bali;,, at the coast.   The railroad 1 as
2, west; lots I, 2, 3, -I. 5, 6, 7, 8, ll,  now caused its abandonment,    this
12, block 4 of lol 387A, group 2; lots  expedition, and other exped lions ror
2  to 6 .inclusive, block 14 of south-   the   Chartered  company   led ���
easl quarter Bectlon 4, township l): Selous, subsisted largely by nraung.
lot 5, block 3 Of lot 387A, group 2; The next big event was the��� Matabeli
lot 38, block 2 of lot 387A, group 2; war, in which Mr Setoy tod art,
lots 21, 22, block 3 of southeast quart, and al a place called DWgazee ne re
[er section 4, township 9; lots 18, 19, celved a gun wound in the WtB��
block 2 of southeast quarter section He also assisted in putting down tne
4,   township  9;   lot  22,   block  10   of   next insurrection
southeast quarter section 4, township Since caving the service of the
B| map 619; lot 23, block 16 of south- Chartered company, Mr. Selous nas
east quarter section 4 township 9. been  a collector, securing specimens
Vou and those claiming through or   of big game for ,nUBeu���-..    _���mc o(
under you and all persons claiming      Asked to enumerateitfte big game ot
any interest In the said land by vlr-   South and East Africa, Mr, Selous
tue  of  any  unregislered  instrument   plied: Animals.
iand all persons claiming any Interest African  Game.An MM.
in  the  said  land  by  descent, whose |    "The dangerous _anlmalB of    Africa
title is not registered under the pro-  are the
WEST END
00x132.    Price $3,250. On
Price
$2,800.
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block       P- O. Box 644
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
| fatinates  Given on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
I twr.jon   Blk.
Phone   388
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
"YOU  NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to   our   office   every   time  you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers   will   be   glad  to  take
your order.    Then, too, a postal   will bring about the same
result���good  coal   in your  cellar at short notice.    Also, our
pbone  Is  in   good   order,   and
their  numbers are  15 and  16.
Coal procured here is crackajack coal, however secured.
visions of tbe "Land Registry Act,
are required to contest tbe claim of
the   tax   purchaser   within   forty-five
days from the day of tbe first pub- i
llcatlon of this notice upon you, and
In default ot a caveat or certificate '
of lis pendens being filed within such j
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 I
shall register The Corporation of tbe
Township   or   District   of   Surrey   as
owner thereof ln fee.   And I hereby
order that publication of this notice
for thirty days in a daily newspaper
published   In   N'ew   Westminster  will
be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at tlie Land Registry Office,
N'ew Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 29th day of March, A.
D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To David Miller, William A. McCal-j
I lam, Angus Mclnnes, T. G. Stark, William  Davis,    Henry   Fraser,     Henry
j Kells. Harold Ponsford, Allen Spiers,
I George Stone. Robert Lyness, Margar-
i et G. Cooper, John  Roberts, Richard
Hosking, Hugh T. Crossley, John E.
Hunter.
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
	
1    TAKE NOTICE that an application
has   been   made   to   register   George
I Troughten as the owner in Fee Sim-
j p,e, under a Tax Sale Deed from Ed-
,, win   M.   Carncross,   collector   of   the
| j Municipality   of   Surrey,   to   George
are me lion, the elephant, the leopard
the rhinoceros and the buffalo.   Quite
a wrong impression exists about the
great African plains tbat as so plentifully   stocked   with   herbivorous   anl-
| mals. They are far from being deserts.
On  these open  plains rove herds of
j antelope of many species and zebras,
I often   thousands   of   animals   in   one
j herd.   On these tbe carnivorous anl
mals prey.   Nor are elephants scarce
| in all parts, In some quarters they are
as  plentiful  as  ever.    Only lately a
dispatch stated tbat a train ran into a
herd  of  sleeping   elephants,  a  great,
bull  being   mortally   wounded,   while
the engine  was derailed. To have a
comprehension   of   the   country,   one
must remember  that  after  the  east
coast   region,   a   mountainous   jungle
follows, leading to the great plateaus."
Mr. Selous said that there were several races or sub-species of the African elephant, according to the classification adopted by many modern naturalists.   In 1877 he made an expedition  into   Mashonaland,  and  tbe  following year into Matabeleland, and in
his  book   describing  his  experiences
he mentioned that one of his natives
had been torn in two at the waist by
a great tuskless bull and one of the
legs torn from its socket.   "Rider Haggard must have read that book very
carefully," was tbe conservative way
Mr. Selous put it.   Those familiar with
Mr. Haggard's immensely popular African novels will remember a very similar   incident     in     "King     Solomon's
Mines."     The   rough   map that   illustrates that work first appeared in sub
stance in Mr. Selous' book, and likewise several geographical names, even
~��   *\.r.   ,,, inter    ns  Well
Seven-roomed modem house, corner lot,
easy terms.
A new 7-room modern house;   good  location.
On easy terms.
N'ew  modern  8-room house, cement foundation,
on terms to suit.
Two lots on Tenth street. Price only  $1,400;   $500  cash,
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 close to Twelfth street,
only $850 on easy terms.
Price only $3,500
balance
66x132.    Pri<?e
SAPPERTON
Price only $2,200;
If you want a home
Six-room house on Keary street;  lot 66x132.
$1,000 cash, balance arranged.
We have got some good buys In Sapperton.
on easy terms see us. ^L^p^^^^^^^^^^
Five lots beside new school. Price only $375 each; $125 cash, balance $10 per month.
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.
JOS. TRAVERS
Real Estate    Auctioneering
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Mnnicimlitv   of    Surrey,   to   ueorge   wise several gtw< r��-
VESSSm   bearing date the 7th day   t0 inaccuracies of the
!J��o*2^w   A   TV 1908. of all and   as names of animals
printer, as well
GILLEY
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STORE, BANK FITTINGS
AND  OFFICE TH lu,uw
SHOW CASES
WORKING-DESIGNS     AND     EST.
MATES   SUPPLIED
KEW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
J. BROOKES, Proprietor
Beef, Mutton, Jtea^
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
of September, A. D. 1908. of all and
singular that certain Parcel or tract
of land and premises situate lying
and being in the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of Brit
lsh Columbia, more paiticularly
known and described as:���
Lot 7, B.ock 1, being a portion of
Section 20, Block 5, North Range, I
We Lots 3 and 4, part of a por����
of fractional section 21, B.ock 5 N.rth
"^ InT those   claiming   through
under   you   and   all   persons   claim
Ing    any    hjterest    in      th* ,���
land    by    virtue    of    in     ��   ��
tered      instrument,      and   ��u    *
Ls claiming any *^*��jft
������Land Registry Ac.   ar^ejure^^
contest the cairn of �����*"*"     4aU,
within forty-five days from tnei �����
$|3the service of this notice npo-J*t.
* cate of l'^Pende.nn%be2t of redemp-
such period, or In defaul^ ^
tion before reflation, you a ^
0f you will be forever e v
debarred from setting up any ^
to   or  in   respect  of  tne ten
and I shall regis er George
a. owner thereoflintjj.  ^. n0.
by order that put.Mention newg_
tlce for thir y .^"^Westminster
ffbePUbgoo8d and Slent   service
New Westminster. Provin. .   ^^
lsh Columbia, tins j." �� ���
A. D. 1910- c   g   KEITH,
District Registrar.
T���:_M..h.rtR��"��s;. JoM
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
New Westmister Land District,
District  of   New Westminster.
Take notice tbat Alexander McLennan, of Vancouver, British Columbia,
occupation contractor, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of tbe island situate about tour (4) chains from Timber limit No. 38733, thence northerly
and westerly and southerly and east-
���   *h��   nhnre   at low   tide
to Inaccuracies u, i���5 ,	
as names of animals that were local
names with tbe tribe with which Mr.
Selous hunted, and which he used in
his book.
Respects the  Lion.
For the lion, Mr. Selous, after an
acquaintance of nearly forty years, has
considerably   more   respect  than   the
Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill, after an
acquaintance of a few weeks.    "Mr.
Churchill had beaters drive out a Hon
for him to shoot, and lt ran away,"
said   Mr.  Selous.    "Under  other  cir-
| cumstances, and with other lions, he
I might have had a different experience.
No one can call the Hon anything but
a dangerous animal after nightfall no
matter what it may be in the daytime.
On a piece of railroad construction of
150   miles,   thtrty-flve  Indian   coolies
were eaten by two lions.   They visited
a camp each night and never the same
camp two nights in succession.    The
natives   finally   threatened   to   leave,
and  a hunt  was organized, and  the
lions killed.    A Hon becomes    more
dangerous every year of his life, and
when once a lion tastes human blood
it. means  almost a human    life    for
every day lie remains alive.   It is usually tbe old lions, too slow for the
chase, that through some favorable opportunity become converted to human
diet."
On the other hand, Mr. Rhino is not
so dangerous as hunters love to paint
him.   Mr. Selous says tbe rhinoceros
has  poor  eyesight,  but  a    powerful
sense of smell.   Whenever he winds a
human  being, he runs away.    If he
only sees him, he may blindly charge.
Frequently when a rhinoceros Is said
to have charged a caravan, Mr. Selous
thinks the creature has been  asleep
while the first section of the caravan
passed.   Then the wind woke him and
in his anxiety to escape, he blundered i
into the rear section. |
The leopard was always dangerous
Mr. Selous said, as lt charged when
shot at, like similar cats all over the
world.
Asked about Ernest Thompson
Seton's stories in which lie gave his
animals personality and considerable
capacity   for  reasoning,    Mr.   Selous |
I expressed the opinion that the talented writer was endowing his animal
heroes with human emotions and characters exaggerated    far  above  what
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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.O. Box 326   +
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B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading
-    _        . ,_      All    VtaaAa   nt
Co.
..   ���   ��r Manufacturers and Dealers In All Rinds.of
Burns & 'Co.
E. C. Traves, Manager.
645 COLUMBIA STREET
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ingsTn Africa." 1881; "Travel and Ad-1
venture in Southeast Africa. 1J03. ,
"Sunshine  and  Storm  In   JJJ
free  a cake  of  th* ^ ^ ^   cences,    1908.
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tour acres   more^r l-.^^
j VBAGGS, Agent.
March'17, 1910.
Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,  B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL. .*6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL 16.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR *4.50 par Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.FL0UR AND FEED MERCHANT8
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone S3S.
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la   to   have   nothing   but   first ���
class  workmen  and satisfy our a
customers     with     first     class #
Plumbing and Heating. J
WE DREAD-NOUGHT IN COM- ���
PETITION. ���
HARDMAN'if I
HARDMAN      BLOCK.*
Phone 281 X
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The Westminster Modern
Business School
This institution is particularly desirous of securing as students the
young men and young women who
seek the BEST ir, commercial education and to those who become students here, and work as hard fo:
their own interests as the instr:
of this school will, the outcome is
bound to be satisfactory.
A. L. BOUCK,
6:0   ColuTbia   St.
Principal.
We Give Coreful Attention
to accounts of corporations, Brms an^
Individuiis.  and  shall   be  p.eased  to
m<re* or ad with those  "*'������'
eooteinpfste Eiaking changes or open
lit- new sect mta
[I yon  haven't a Savings Account
NOV," Is the bett UnM to start '--'���
The Royal Bank of Canada
(lr; corpor aud 1MI1
Capital   Paid-Up    * 5.000.000
Reserve       6,700.000
Total  Assets    70,000.000
New   V.'eBtm'nster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F. RHUTP   Manager.
:MRi)iM:i����a
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
iLMrinja&i^^s
Therf; is no more attractive trip
tlian on the St. Lawrence up to His-
torical Quebec. Next Empress sails
May 6 and 20th.   For reservations and
tickets apply to
ED.  GOULET,
C.P.R. At-'ent.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Vt'atc'je. for Ladt. s from $12-/5 I
op.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
16.00.
Silver U'atcheg, gents' open case, |
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches,
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
The Due D'Amule, the French sailing vessel which is loading lumber at
the Fraser River mills, will not be
ready  to  leave for another 'week.
The popularity of tbe midday lunch
at the Royal Cafe grows every day.
It is served from twelve to two, with
quick service. ���*
The Senator Jansen, the fireboat of
the  Fraser River mills, is tied  up at
jLulu island, where she Is having her
boilers inspected.    Before going Into
i active commission again the boat will
i be overhauled and repainted.
The local agency of the Oliver Typewriter Co.. is at 746, Columbia street,
three doors from the B. C. E. 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. ������
Joseph Crane, the Lulu island shipbuilder, is building two large scows
for his own use.
A payment of $25 procures a lot in
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
& Kennedy, Ltd. These lots are in
great demand. M
Great selection of seeds and potted
plants at Tidy's. ���*
Kenneth C. Brown, who has been
practicing law with Wade. Whealler
A: McQuarrie for the past year or
two, left on Saturday for Princeton,
B C, where he will commence business.
Greame & Shirley have removed
their office to the Trapp block. Columbia street, in the rooms formerly occupied by the Westminster club. **
Hon. J. H. Turner, the Canadian
commissioner in London, Eng., has
written to the secretary of the board
of trade here asking for more literature on British Columbia in general
i.nd on tbe Fraser river valley in
particular. The secretary is complying with  the requist.
See Fales for Bed Lounges. Guaranteed goods at prices cheaper than
the cheapest. **
Some Alberta people have found a
new- use for the board of trade. Yesterday the secietary received a letter
asking him to purchase certain properties in this district for them. Mr.
Wade has replied that the board is
pot in the real estate business, but he
rded   the   inten.ling   purchasi
���   '��� nai es of several reputable realty
. ���  - in thi   city.
Launch   for sale.    F<  ty-f ot    prac-
;   new gasoline launch;  covered
and completely equipped;  licensed to
���   enty-five people;   for sale at
0.     This   is   many   hundred-   be
low the value of this boat.    Apply to
:���.'���, N'-w Westminster. **
���   ger Tidy, ol -���':<��� opera house,
���'- oni for the Nelson-Wolgast
-    and  think-  he  may  b?
: able to get them here some time next
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To   Furnish   an  0ff.ee,  see   W.   E.
, Fales. *��
The  Unique Canning company will
the  manufacture of cans about,
20.    The factory on Lulu island
.    being opened up after the winter's
���   ess  and   .Manage."  George   Wind- j
sor  bas  taken  possession  of  the  of-
Sees.
Smoke "Solo Special" cigar, Havana \
filled. *��     j
Arrangements have now been completed for the interchange of B. C.
E. li. tickets on the Eburne line and !
the old Vancouver route. The price
ot the tickets has been the same for
some time past, but the fact that the
return journey had to be made on the
same line as the ticket was issued
tor has been the cause of some annoy-
-nee in tb�� nast. bene*, the decision
to make the round trip possible.
' A series of small robberies in the
country districts has been reported to
the provincial police.
It Is our business to make gloves.
vests, waists and other garments perfect by our special dry cleaning pro-
Icess. If you desire to be well dressed
[for any function, patronize our clean-
ling department. Royal City Cleaners
iand Dyers.    Phone R. 278. M
The regular monthly meeting of
the Liberal association will be held
in the clubrooms on Wednesday night
;at eight o'clock.    There is important \ \
| business   to  discuss.
The Edison Phonograph records for
i .May  will be on  sale to jay at J. H.
Todd's  music house. ���*
Anything in our line 10 to 20 per
cent,   saved  for you.    Fales.        ���*
City  Treasurer  H.   P.   Latham  has
resigned his position to assume the
i local management of the National
I Finance  company,   succeeding   N.  H.
McQuarrie.    Mr. Latham has been in .
tbe employ of the city for seventeen
years.
Complaints are being made by residents up the hill that Young Westminster is using the sidewalks as a noisy
racetrack for their express wagons,
much to the annoyance of invalids
and babies.
Just out���"Solo Special" cigar. *���
DIED.
Mrs. Jane Perry died at the Royal
Columbian hospital on April 21. The
funeral took place from her residence
at Aldergrove on the 23rd inst. to the
Aldergrove  cemetery.
Bohemian Cafe
Depot Hotel. ��� ODp. C. P. R. Station.
TUESDAY,   APRIL  26,   1910.
SOUP
Celery  with  Rice  nnd Consomme
FISH
Fried Codfish au Citron
BOILED
Pickled Pigs Feet and Hot Slaw
ENTREES
Lamb Stew a la Macedoine
Beef  Steak   Pie.  Family  Style
Russian Minced Cutle's, Green Peas
ROASTS
Sirloin of Beef au Jus
Leg of Pork.  Apple  Sauce
Shoulder of M  tion and Jelly
VEGETABLES
Eoiled and Mashed Potat ,es, St> wed
-  lieans
DESSERTS
Peach.   Apple- and   Raisin   Pi?
Bread Pudding, Chautausen Sauce
Tea
Coffee
Dinner from 5 to 8
.Milk
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.
'S DRUG STORE
Removed to
DEANE BLOCK
Four doors east of Bank ot
Montreal, where the same careful attention will be paid to all
prescriptions and orders as
heretofore.
COLUMBIA STREET
NEW WESTMINSTER.
i t.'J^to '^**Vr^*>S��wt,**��fc��*ii aa *ic^^r����*��*-tt?.
For a Few Davs Onlv
SPECIAL SNAPS IN
Lulu Island Acreage
and Waterfrontagi
25c-Merchants'Lunch-25c!
From 11:30 to 2:30
Also some Choice Puys in Surrey.
F. J. HART & Co.
LIMITED.
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Snow white Undergarments���fresh and clean���the very appearance of which tend to ha ���     roolins
effect when the hot weather brings for the needs for cooler white wear.    Special  showing I _ week
in the whitewear section. < *dtr'-t
New
Brassieres
$ 1.00 Each
Particularly designed for women of full or stout figure for
wear   with   low   bust   cors-1
Brassieres a*e made in all size.-;
can be easily washed. Eacli. Jl.
Special    Lots    or
WLite
Embroideries
5c. 10c, 121 2c. 15c and 20:
Per Yard
s'o store is offering Embroidery at lower prices than thos ���
i.o be found in these special lots.
Special mill ends, short lengths,
odd widths and qualities were
purchased owing to their remarkable value. There is good
choice in Swiss, Cambric. Longcloth, Nainsook, .Muslin and
Cotton Insertions and Embroideries varying in width from 1
8 inches.    In five special lots.
Special Prices on
Snort Ends of
Table Linen
A dozen ends of Bleached Table Damask in lengths running
from 2ft to 10 yards of the very
finest Irish manufacture to be
cleared out this week at re.'ue-
tlons worth while. Materials
are 04 to 72 inches In width;
heavy and strong and snowy
white. Regular values $1.00,
|1.25 and $1.60. Special this
week, S5c, $1.15 and $1.35.
Cambric and Nainsook
Ni^ht Gowns
Button front and slip over over styles;   son
yokes and bands of embroidery at neck, others with bulling and
ribbon draw strings;   short or long sleeves.
SPECIAL  OCT  SIZB8  in  cotton  and  can I  gowns;
also EXTRA OCT SIZES;   each $1.50 to $2.E .
White Cambric Drawers
75c to $3.50 per pair
Open or ciosed drawers trimmed with embt
sets of tucks and Insertion, or  with   Valencienm
laces; new umbrella shaped styles.    Per pair, "'
New Styles in
"c-c a La Grace'
Corsets
In almost every shipment is some new corset model. I1"1-
fashions necessitate corsets adapted to their requirements in
"C-C a la Grace" Corsets are models for every woman���extra lorn
corsets, low or medium busts, full figure styles, short designs; i '���'���
6 suspend! is a.ttaclrd to mo st of tlie new sty'es. Ask to be s
the new models when buy ing your next pair���some new feature
may appeal to you.   Per pair, $2.26, .2.,'., $3.00 and $3.75.
Child
rens livery
day Hats
Wash hats and straw Oal ateas   and   Sailor   Hat-:   of  every   description for boys and girls.   Warm,  sunny  days  are  ahead  an.i
the  children   will   appreciate  suitable headwear.
LINEN" WASH HATS in several styles and colo:s; cai be
washed most satisfactorily.    Each 50c to $1.25.
PATENT LEATHER AND LINEN HATS. The latest novelty
and serviceable as well as being new and attractive. Crown is
of patent leather in brown or black with rim of white or colored
linen.    Each $1.L'5.
STRAW GALATEAS OR SAILOR HATS. A large range of
fine or heavy straw in turn down or straight bi litis. All sizes.
Each, 26c to $3.50.
,W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR. ���DAY,
APRIL
26,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS,
PAGE NINE.
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1871, 1872 and 1873, ;md to
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PUBLIC NOTICE.
���ints issued to members of the Red River Expeditions of 1870,
^''lll(. North-West Mounted Police.
'hereby B'ven that warrants, entitling in each case the grantee or his        v ��� to a free grant.
or settlement duties, of a quarter section of Dominloi   lai    , contah        L60   icres, of
io��t8t'""    homestead entry in the Province of Manitoba, Saskatchewen oi Ub li were issued some
P��open    Department of the Interior for services rendered in connection with tbe Red River Expeditions
I"11    872 and 1873, or for service In the North-West  Mounted Police to tbe persona hereinafter named,
RIO.18' delivered owing to the fact  thai they have not been applied  for  by  the  grantees and   that
f*��tyel '"''",. not known to the Department.   The warrants In question wlll be delivered to the grantees"
r_dr?sses '    , ,|U,|,. death, to their personal representatives, upon satisfactory evldenci   beln     ent to the
'��� ��r'" CaS n oartment of the Interior, Ottawa, that the appllcanl     n   entitled thereto,
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John Brown PrUa.il
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lohn Butterworth  ....
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Albert  Carney   	
lohn  Davidson   	
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Thomas Donovra   - - ��� ��� ,
Michael Donnelly  Private
G, Eastman 	
William Kills   	
Charles Porman ��� ���
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Edward  Flnnerty
Henry Fleldhouse
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Ham Massey  	
Plei rfe Molsan 	
Maddaford  	
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William  Murray   	
Alfred   Morgan   	
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McDiarmid 	
Thomas McNicol   	
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C.   S'llson   	
Timothy O'Bryan   	
O'Loghlan  	
Michael  Ouellette   	
Lu Igi j  I'ateiiiiude 	
nder Perault 	
David   I'lcbe   	
Re iben Paul  	
Henry  rotter   	
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Tom  Hodgson  Rule   	
Daniel   Rutherford   	
William George Rogers ��� ���
William Ray   	
Alexander Rogers 	
Se   Robinson   	
les Rondeau   	
Arthur Roy   	
Louis Ross 	
David Ray	
Robert Scott  	
John Seddon  	
Alfonse St. Onge  	
Pierre St. Armund  	
William  Snider   	
M 'ise St. Pierre   	
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Albert Sevelgny  	
Charles 1. Stuart 	
W.  Sinclair   	
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Baron Taylor   	
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George Taylor 	
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George Henry Welland
John J. Witty 	
Wellington F. Walker
John  Wyatt   	
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William  Chlsholm   ���������
Samuel  Logan   	
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Master
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Sergt.
First, or Ontario  Battalion  ol   Rifli
Si con l or Quebec Battalion oi Rl !���
Fli si   or Ontario  Battali i   ���    Rifiei
Flrsl  or Ontario  Batta Rifle
Second or Quebec Battalion ol Rifli
Second or Quebec Battalion ol Rill
Second or Quebec Bai alion ol Rifli
Sei ond or Quebec Battalion of Rifli  ,
Second or Quebec Bai allon of Rifl
Second or Quebec Battalion ol Rlti
S icond or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Flrsl  or Ontario  Battalion of Rifles.
Fi   ���   or Ontario  Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifli
Second oi Quebec Battalion of Rifli   -
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
- icond or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
First or Ontario Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Si i ond or Quebec Battalion ol Killer-.
Becond or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Flrsl  or Ontario  Battalion of Rifles.
Fiist  or Ontario Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
First  or  Ontario   Battalion  of  Rifles.
Second or Quebec Ball alion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
First or Ontario Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
First or Ontario Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec BattaUon of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifli S.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of RlfleB.
Second or Quebec BattaUon of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion ol Rifles.
Se ond or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Se   nd 0r gn..hoc Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion oi  R
Second or Qui I"''' Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of
First  or Ontario  BattaUon of
Second or Quebec Battalion of RlfleB.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec BattaUon of Rides.
Second or Quebec Battalion of
Fiisi or Ontario Battalion of
i-i;.,: or Ontario Battalion of
Second or Quebec BattaUon of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of
Second or Quel-.- BattaUon of
Second or Quebec BatUUon 0 < -
Second or Quebec BattaUon of Rifles.
���,,���.., or Ontario BattaUon of Wfles.
Second or Quebec But.,, ion of Rifles.
��� Second or Quebec Battalnn of R fles.
��� First or Ontario Battalion of Wfles.
���ISecond or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
First   or Ontario  Battalion of  Rides.
Second or Quebec BattaUon o ���
Quebec Battalion ot  RlfleB.
Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Battalion of Rifles.
of   Rifles.
Rilles.
es.
Private
Private
Private
Private
Private
Private
Private
Private
Private
Private
Private
Private
Private ,
Private
Private
Private
Private
Private
Private
Private
Private
Private
Private
' Pri.ate
Private
' Private
' Private
' Private
' Private
'_ Quarter
Quarter
' Private
Private      loecoiiu .., %<.��� ~".. ,,       . .>-,**.,a
Pi ivate     ; second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles
, Private
, Private
Private
Private
Rifli s.
Rifles.
Rifles.
Rifles.
Rilles.
Rifles.
Rifli s.
Second Or
iSecond or
Private     Second or Quebec
Private     First or Ontario  Battalion
Color  Sergean Second or Quebec BattaUon 0
Private     Second or Quebec BattaUon 0 <
Second or Quebec BattaUon o   Rifles.
Second or Quebec BattaUon of Rifles.
- -    Battalion of Rines.
Battalion of Rilles.
Quebec Battalion of Rides.
Private
Private
Private
Private
' Private
' Private
[ Private
' Private
' Private
; Private
' Private
\ Private
' Private
' Private
" Private
' Private
Second or Quebec
Second or Quebec
Second or
Battalion of Rilles.
Quebec Battalion of Rilles.
uebec Battalion of Rifles.
Battalion  of Rifles.
of Rilles.
Second or Quebec
Si cond 0r
Second or Q
First   or  Ontario
��� First   or  Ontario   BattaUon
.  ,18l   or  Ontario   BattaUon  of  Rifles.
��� F , st  or  Ontario   Battalion  of   Rides.
. se ond or Quebec BattaUon ot
��� second or Quebec BattaUon
Rifles.
of Rifles.
r.      Z ��* niiehec Battalion of Rifles.
!eC0D��� Z OSec 1 a   alion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec ��*���LL0Xi of Rides.
Private       Second or Quebec Battel
r.. .......  s���������h nr Ouebec Battali
Private
Private
Private
Private
Private
Private
[ Private
' Corpor;
Corporal
, Private
, Private
, Private
Prlvato
Private
Private
Private
J	
; Private
, Prlvato
' Private
i    a ���- rmehec Battalion of Rifles.
*C('��n1       OueE Battalion of Rifles.
"���'Second or Quebec "^^ of Hilles.
ilion of Rifles,
of Rifles.
Battel
Second or Quebec
Second or Quebec
H Z SSec SSK Of Utiles.
Second o    Q , o{ H1fles.
SV,',,K   "���       elec Battalion of EUfles.
Second 01   Queue f RlfleB,
Second or Quebec Battalion OiRifleB
. second Ol
ACTRESS  WHO   MADE
HARRY   LAUDER   CRY
Quebec Battalion
Second or Quebec
The Incident occurred In Aberdeen.
Scotland, upon the occasion of Uerda
Nelson appearing there as "Hazel" in
"Hazel  Kirke."
Miss Nelson had just closed a Bon-
don season as leading lady for Ada
Rbean, and was touring the provinces
upon the strength of her favorable
reputation gained in the English metropolis.
London fame did not extend as far
north as Aberdeen, however, and it
was a slim gathering that witnessed
her acting.
Anions;   those  present  was    Harry |
Lauder, then well up on ids ladder of
tame.
He wailed after the performance,
made his way round to the dressing
room, Introduced himself and said;
"Lassie ye're a bonnle actress. 1
like ye o'er well, and I will be frank
in telling ye that ye're the first actress that has ever made Harry Lauder
greet.''
Miss Nelson has made a splendid
reputation abroad for her finished
performances of Bpirited robs, and as
Kill,;, Earl" the poor blacksmith's
daughti in St. Elmo, which plays
heie next Saturday night, sue is proving as artistic a triumph as anyone In
whom Frederic Belasco has ever taken
an Inten Bt.
New Arrivals in	
Ladies9 Blouses
- AND
I Second or Quebec
Second or Quebec
Second or Quebec
hiMral   or   Ontario   . - Difloa
1 i ��r Ouebec Battalion of Rines.
Second or Queoec j^^ oI Rifles.
Children's Dresses
A. J. BIRTCH
The White House 617 Columbia Street
Hotel Butler Annex
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER
WORKS..
Tenders  for  Valves.
Seal a Tenders, endorsed "Valves,"
will be leceived by the undersigned
al the Municipal Hall, Lulu Island, up
to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 7. prox., for
the supply of sluice, air an.l Scour
valves.
The,specifications may be seen and
forms of tender obtained at the office
of the engineers, Cleveland &. Cameron. .06-8, Winch Building, Vancouver. B. C.
The lowest or any tender may not
be accepted.
C. L. BLIGHT,
April 23, 1010. C.M.C.
Battalion of Rifles.
Battalion Of Rifles.
Battalion of Rilles.
Battalion <>f Rig?8-
Battalion of Rines.
:1lion Of Rifles.
First or
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George Loggle 	
^'Illlam Brown 	
'"lands Phair 	
Richard Bodwick  	
���'^iin  Bolre   	
Uohn Harrigan   	
William U. Johnston ������
lames McDonnell   	
Arthur W. Sheppard  ������
William  Sturney   	
George Telford     _ .   ,���
Francis R. Whittaker  ��'"" at,o.
Joshua Walker  ����,r_pI?1
���'ames Wilson 	
IWilliam Smith  	
Private    .
Private    .
[ Private    .
_ pprpeant.
' Sergeant
, Private
'. Private
', Private
, Private
'. Private
, Private
, Private
, Private
' private
.. Private
,. Private
,. private
Private
1        a     ��� nnohec Battalion oi n..,^���
��ef.��"(   ��'  Sec Battalion of Rifles.
Private
, Private
Expedition of 1871.
Expedition of 1871.
..   Expedition of 1871.
Expedition of 1871.
..   Expedition of 1871.
...   Expedition  of 1873.
...   Expedition  of 1873.
.... Expedition  of 1873.
...   Expedition of 1873.
...   Expedition of 1873.
...   Expedition of 1878.
.   Expedition of 187^.
Expedition of 18<1-
Expedltion of 18i2.
Expedition of 1872.
* " ' Expedition of 1873.
" " Expedition of 1873.
Expedition of 1871.
' "   Expedition of 18(3.
���;;; Expedition of 1873.
;.. Expedition of 1876.
Expedition of 187J.
Fourth Avenue and Mario-i Street
SEATTLE
Room
Room
Room
RATES:
$1  pir day  up.
and  board  $2.50  per d*y up.
with  bath $2.50 per day  up.
th bath and board $4 per day.
with hot and cold!
Room wi
All outside rooms
water, steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and bust*
The Daily News wll! be Kept on file
ln our reading room.
OARIiWON  fJTI.Rf.RT   Mp^
Second or Quebec
Second or Que - BattjU- of
Sec0nd ��ro2terio Battalion of Rifles.
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER
WORKS.
Cam-
aicou-1
not
Tenders for Cast Iron Pipes and Spec-1
ial Castings.
Sealed Tenders, endorsed "Cast
Iron Pipes," will be received by tlie
undersigned at the Municipal Hall,
Lulu island, up io 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 7, prox., for the supply of
about 10 tons of flexible jointed 4-inc i
cast iron water pipes, and about 6
tons of special castings.
The specifications may be seen and '
forms of tender obtained at the office
of the engineers.  Cleveland  &
ei on, 506-8, Winch ��� Building,
ver, B. C.
The lowest or any tender may
be  accepted. ^^H
C. L. BLIGHT.
April 23, 1910. C.M.C.
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER
WORKS.
Tenders for Wcod Water Pipes.
Scaled Tenders, endorsed "Wood
Pipes.'' will be received by the undersigned, at the Municipal Hall. Lulu
Island, up 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 7,
prox.. for the supply, laying and Jointing of about 7_ miles of Wire Wound
Wood Stave Pipi s ranging in
from 3 to 1- inches.
The plans and specifications mr
seen and forms of tender obtained at
the office of the engineers, Cleveland
& Cameron. 506-8 Winch Building,
Vancouver.
The lowest or
be accepted.
April  23, 1010.
I
size
be
*3 U
I   I
Cents
| HIS is a special line
in Men's Negligee Shirts
in all the latest colors
and can be had in all
iSl/iv-o. ��� ��� ���
SEE OUR WINDOWS
any tender may not
C   L. BLIGHT,
C.M.C.
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY WATER
WORKS.
Sealed
Pipes." will
signed
Tenders for Steel Pipes. -
Tenders, endorsed "Steel
be received by the undersigned ui ihe Municipal Hall, Lulu
Island, up to 5 p.m. on Saturday May
7, prox.. for the supply of about 2 1-2
miles of lap welded 12-inch steel water
pipe.
The specifications may be. seen nnd
forms of tender obtained at the office
of the engineers, Cleveland & Cameron, BOfi-8, Winch Building, Vancou-
B. C.
any tender may not
I
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5 Columbia Street.    N.
The Wardrobe
Clothier.
New Westminster
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The lowest or
be  accepted.
C. L
April  23, 1910.
BLIGHT,     i
C.M.C.
LAND ACT.
Hon of Rifl',s-
New  Westminster  Land  District.
District  of   New  Westminster.
Take notice that James Bateman,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, stonecutter, intends to aop'y for permission
to  purchase  the  following  described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of a small island
lying about 10 chains north of Nelson
island; thence northerly, westerly,
southerly and easterly, along the
shore to the place of commencement;
containing 6 acies more or less.
JAMES BATEMAN,
Applicant.
JOHN P. BAQGS,
April 20, 1910. Agent.
LAND ACT.
New   Westminster  Land  District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Simon Henry
Clowes of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, building inspector, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands;
WltlK  Uescriueu  uiuuD. i     ... ���n  1Qin
Commencing at a post planted  at  April 20, 1910
the S. E. point of a small island lying,
in channel between Granite island and
Nelson Island; thence northerly, westerly, southerly and easterly, along the
shore to the place of commencement ;.
containing 10 acres more or less.
SIMON HENRY CLOWES,
Applicants
Per JOHN F. BAGGS,
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Simon Taylor 	
Wm. I. Spotten  	
Robert   Heywood   ...
Ernest George  	
Richard Goldsworkey
Sub-Constable,
Sub-Constable,
Sub-Constable,
Sub-Constable,
Sub-Constable,
and Jefferson
North-West Mounted Police. Former address, Tjrwto. Ont-
Orlllia.
North-West^ Mounted Police, Former address, Quebec.
ZEwE }=d P^ice; Forme, address. �� gut.
William Barnwell  ..
WUUam Johnson ...
Augustus Schrodder
James Battersby  ...
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North-West Mounted Poilce, Former address,
Mounted Police, Former address,
North-West  Mounted Police, Former address, Halifax, N.S
Danville, P.Q-
and Jeneraon City,  Montana, U.S.A. 	
Sub-Constable,  North-West Mounted Police, Former address, Danville, i*.w-
Sub-Constable,  North-West Mounted Poilce, Former address, Osgoode, Ont.
Sub-Constable,  North-West Mounted Police, Former address. Quebec.
Constable, North-West Mounted Police, Former address, Macleod, Alberta-
J Department of the Interior, ,:
Ottawa, April 7, 1910.   r.��jtlH  tiiili*     42-6
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THE DAILV NEWS.
TUESDAY,  APR1L
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
PRINTERS.
"WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR BVHKY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf iedg-ers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phoae 55, P. O. Box 142- Old
Daily  .Vows Block, Sixtli street.
Problem of Doukhobors
PIANO TUNING.
something like    430,000    acres.    Tbe
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   commission   further   reported   that   it
ni       ��   i       r encountered from communistic Uouk-
NflIVPfl   RV  llfiVPPnUlPnt  hobors absolute refusal to comply with
GUUCU Ujf  UUVGIIIUIGIII ^ homeBtead law regarding the earn-
(Continued from Page Six.) ling of-patent  by  cultivating Individ-
���. ' lia[  homesteads, and  that tbey  were
would make homestead entries on land  slill more determined in their refusal
reserved for them, but, to the surprise  to comply with the  provision of the
of the government, they refused to do  land   law   with   regard   to    becoming
jso,  urging  their    religious    scruples  British subjects.
against private ownership as tlie rea-1    it was, however, considered by the
.son.     This   was   the   beginning   of  a  government that to cancel the filings
JPIANOS AND ORGANS'TUNED AND j very  long   series   of   bickerings   with  0f  the  Doukbobors  without    making
repa.red by your local tuner. W. B. ] which the Doukbobors sorely tried the  some sort of provision for them, would
llartin,  Mus.  Bac, 811  Dublin  St.,   patience of tlie government for some  be an  aggravation  and  not a settle-
PJwinc L015. years.    Next they objected to paying  ment of tlie situation.    Therefore, the
g  road tax, the only tax they were called  government, since it  could not over-
upon to pay; raised opposition to the come the Doukhobor scruples against
registration of births and deaths, and owning land and becoming subjects
refused to allow any cognizance to be 0f organized government, fell back on
taken of marriages and separations, the reservation idea as affording the
In every way the government was dis- expedient most likely to produce sat-
appointed in its expectation of finding isfactory results. The entries of all
them reasonable and appreciative, and those Doukhobors who were not pro-
was unable to accomplish anything in pared to comply with tlie l.iw and
its attempts to deal with them until earn their patents, were concelled and
the arrival of Peter Verigin, their for the purely communistic Doukbo-
leader in the fall of 1002. In the mean- bors, land suroundlng the villages was
time the unrest among them grew, Bet asld- at the ratio of fifteen acres
fanaticism developed in a large num- per soul on which they could follow
ber and extremes, bordering on insan- their beliefs, but before the govern-
ity, were advocated and practiced by ment threw open the remainder of
some. One phase of fanaticism fol- the land to settlement, to give the
lowed another until about every entrants another chance, a period of
freakish doctrine imaginative minds grace of something over three months
could  invent had  been  added  to  the  was allowed during which every Douk-
RESTAURANTS.
JCEN-VVS RESTAURANT & CAi��'E
Tickets, 21 meals for .4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram office.
a ;
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARKIS-
tiers and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, w. J. Whiteside, ti.
Ia. Edmonds.
"WADE, WHEALLER & .YlCWUAitlUi',
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
<i.   McQuarrie),     Solicitors.   Barn
eourthouse. New Westminster,
< Phone 113. Vancouver offices,
Kooni3 20 and 21, Williams building, 413 Granville street, corner of
Hastings street.
ten   etc    42 Lorne street/opposite I tenets of the religion among the mote hobor whose entry had been cancelled
unsettled, perhaps a third of the wns given opportunity to re-enter, pro-
whole. None of the sect believed in vided he would undertake to perform
eating meat because a tenet of the his homestead duties and become a
faith proscribed the taking of life, but British subject,
among the fanatics it became wrong Verlgln's Accusation,
to work animals, wrong to use money, About four hundred Doukhobors left
wrong to till the soil and thereby the commune and availed themselves
spoil the earth and finally wrong to of this opportunity. Those who did
use metals obtained from the earth were permitted to make their re-en-
and melted by "the labor of enslaved trance without being required to pay
brethern." Very little cultivation an extra filing fee. Those who failed
was carried on and yet through the to take advantage of the last oppor-
���fiBORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster. B. C.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
JU. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR ANL)
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room 7,
Westminster Trust Block.
labors of the more soberly balanced,  tunity  granted  them  by the  govern-
ithe various communes prospered and ment subsequently demanded the re-
��L T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND AO-
.counumt.      Audits made.    Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
>jCo.    Room  a,  Westminster    Trust
-Mock.      P. O. Box 795.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
JPKEEMAN     BUNTING,     KOOM     '<,
Gulchon block.     P. O. Box 894.
-CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province office, Co
lumbia street.     Phone 62.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Steal  Estate and  Insurance  Agents���
City,  farm and  Buonrban property,
26H Columbia street.
TAILORS.
���CALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI-
loring. A new line of Spring suiting just. in. Button making, pressing and repairing.    Room 9, Smith
Slock. Entrances 025 Columbia St.,
aud 02!> Clarkson St.   Plione R508.
The Ingredients Used In
Medicinal and Toilet Preparations are of tlie same high qualu ���
your druggist uses in filling your physician's prescriptions S    0:
qA-agy-cq.
The National Drug ami Chemical
Company supplies the greater part of
the drugs dispensed by tbe physicians
and druggists of Canada, and it is
probable that the ingretlients used by
your own druggist in hia prescription
work came from our warehonses.
From these same warehouses come
the ingredients n.sed by our expert
chemists in compounding NA-DRU-CO preparations.
Ev*~ aaac* *>f Material u��eii in every NA-DRU-CO
article is tha Watt that our skilled buyers cau select
from the world'* markets.
Wo Caa Afford
to use only the very beat materials because, buying
in immense quantities for our wholesale trade, we get
the best eniae drugs at rock botfcnrt prices. In our
chemical laboratories these raw materials are refined
and prepared by expart chemists and subjected !���
rigid teat* b*Ak tar t*rr****t*\ s***\ parity before being
need in JWL-DR.O-CO preparations.
NA-DRU-CO Cai Lmr Ofl C.-*��nd, tar
instance, is made from the beat of materials, by oar
expert chemist*, and ta consequently the most pirfect
tonic. NA-DRU-CO Metre���a is another striking
example of th�� result* our skilled chemists get from
good ingredient*.
always aaaa ra* tmw traik mark
We Could Not Afford
to use any but the fmcKt :i,h1 ,��� ,
material, i��� each _ad P 4
NA-DRU-CO preparation, L_l_\
the quality of each depend, LhTl T
Of the whole line. l.i.V, ' , Ut4
they are ky the NA-Dk'U en y1
^__ Mark, a single article fon,���i "'���'���
B8^ *__-"' '���"' -='  "J
Ask your druggist about the quality .f u_ ,
we supply to him-about our facilities f���r ', H
ing superior medicinal and teii* prei^nZl?'
our reliability. '      uon8~��oi
Go a littlo further if .��, like, and a.-*. ,��_,_ ���
���iciaa or yoar druggtat what goe�� inf. ** SM
preparation*. They ca, tell ��,���, for we w,ftC'
to any physician ar druggist iu Canada *"*
fall   list   of   the   ingredients
preparation. ���	
"Money Back"
Furthermore, if aay NA-DRU-CO article v,��,i J
does not entirely aatisfr tob, rv��.m K toft?
druggiat will refimd your money. 7W*
If your druggist kae not the NA-DRU-CO *rH 11
yoo want iu stack he can get it (or von *M 1
days from our neoeeet wholesale brand, "" tW0"
wi rtaflM i
in  aay   NA-DWM
A Few NA-DRU-CO Faroritee:
Toilet:
CompleiisB Cream
Talcum Pswdcr
Tooth ******
Witch Hiecl Ctr��m
For Chaitrm I
Ilal>y'�� Tablets
Sii_��r at Milk
Drssfta*}* a l��a*.a**H*m i
Djaav*m* TtHtw
Otitnat ami Smlaa*:
Carhol,.: S��l��t
ataialaas todlaa (Usta
I
Pile
Cud Uier Oil Compoind,
Taatchai :, ��i��f��i
Nfr��.m, *"'
Cod l.iT��r Oil RmnlM,,,, (j ,lltJ)
Halifax, *\ St. John,     Montreal,     Ottawa,
Winnipeg,     Regina,     Calgary,
all were in comfortable circumstances,  turn of the fees they had paid when
Pilgrimage of 1902. they filed, but when homesteads are
Thus the affairs of the colony ran cancelled filing feee are nerer re-
on until the pilgrimage of 1902 whea turned and as the Doukhobors had
all the unsettled elements, comprising, been shown the utmost limit of con-
as said, perhaps a third of the colony, slderation the government could see
set out on foot, as they declared, to no reason why the rule should be de-
meet Christ, to preach the gospel and parted from in their case. It was with
to find a warm country where there respect to the action of the govern-
would be no government and where ment that Peter Verigin charged dup-
they could subsist by eating fruit from t llcity on the part of the government
the trees. j in the interview which precipitated thc
It has since come to be very gener-' Doukhobor controversy back into pub-
ally believed that the Christ tlie pil-  lie print.   The facts in relation to the
grims really set out to meet was the  matter are here given; the public can
leader Verigin whose exile in Siberia judge for itself as to whether there
was ended, who was known to be on  was duplicity on the part of the gov-
his  way  to  Canada,  and  who,  it   is ernment in refusing to return the fees.
Bald, they expected to meet in  Win-1    Following this   settlement witli thei -      - ---      --        .   ----*-   -     - -
nipeg.   With the pilgrimage, the news- Doukhobors, which, as has been stated, IThe   onl>'   mails   dispatched   and   ro
papers of the day made Canada famll-' was completed in 190V, it was felt the j<*ived Sunday are the Q. N. R. Ho-m
National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada, L
unite
Ktaqgston,     Toronto,
Nelson,     Vancouver,
Lsmiosi,
Victoria.
Hamilton,
Mail Service
Following are the hours or despatch
nd arrival of mails at the New West- |
ninsier post office, Uie hour given ln j
each case being tbe nour of closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, be-J
fore the actual  despatch.    AU  malls,
lnless otherwise stated, are d83paron-
d and received daily except Sunddy.
DO YOU KNOW
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
SOYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers a��id dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R278- The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���uot pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
LIVERY   STABLE.
R!N(; UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
��mart turnout. The Fashion Stables.
���nd C. P. R. vast mails, not including
he   way   mails,     Sapperton,     tras*r
Mills and Coquitlam.
Mails Despatched.
0:00  a.m.   (.closed  ac  eleven  O'ciock
the   previous  niguij ��� \ anuou\er     via
G. N. R. Owl.
Si a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
1. C. Electric railway.
First C. P. R. east taking all points
ast including Langley and district.
The   mail   lor   Abbomiord  and   dis-
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
flame, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
FURNITURE
XV. E. FALES, 'THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
��3ocoer Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
lar. Following the forcible return of government had taken the wisest ac-
the pilgrims to their villages in No- tion possible under the circumstances
vember, Peter Verigin arrived on tlie and that if the subject of the Douk-
scene in December. What followed hobors was allowed to die out, time
would seem to justify the conclusion nnd the influence of Canadian customs
many familiar with the case have and example could be depended upon
reached that Verigin was regarded tn bring ahout the further solution
by his people as the real Christ and of their case. The government re-
tliat the need of a leader and his ab- tains title to the kinds which they
sence from among them, accounted are permitted to cultivate and as mem-
tor the strange doings of the time bers of the colony leave, the holdings
that preceded his coming. thus   vacated  are   held   for entry   by
At all events Verigin proceeded with those  individuals  who  wish  to with- ,iiu,,.i.,    u.mi-nB
a masterly hand to bring organization draw  from  the commune.    Thus the j������� ^J1��� * ?/iSESil��*��
out of riot. Inducement to withdraw and become |^n_an. .d!stlla' dD.a. ^dl&(*ui jre <-**���
In   February   following   the  arrival "'"
of
111     .......    v...^a;    nit:    aci
with the Doukhobors who refused as about one hundred entries for home-
they bad from the first, to file on their steads have been granted Doukhobors
homesteads for the reason as they who have seceeded from th" commune j
asserted that to do so involved beeom- while the department of the Interior |
ing British subjects which would sub- has on file the applications of some-
jeet them to liability to do military thing like fifty more who have signi-
service. j tied  their  desire  to  enter  upon   the
Doukhobor Commission. ; responsibilities of citizenship.
Finally H. Harley and J. S. Crerar j Verigin's   Influence.
were sent as a commission to the | In the meantime the erratic fana-
Doukhobors in February with instruc- ticism which was the means of hold-
tions to get a decision as to whether 'ng the Doukhobors up to scorn as a
they would or would not file. A gen- people, has been eradicated. Grad-
eral meeting of the Doukhohors was  nally  the  members  of the  sect
Some people do not.
That   we   are
Skerwin  Williams
Co's Agents
f you want to know
about their products call
at
KIRK'S HARDWARE
Columbia Str,
mt ot not. inducement to withdraw and become
In   February   following   the arrival citizens is always held out     That it
if   \ origin,   the    government     deter- is  proving  a  sound   policy'is  shown
r,?at,Tn,:!,ln,gnsmrlt,terst?ahead hl the f!lct *l��t ^nce the settlement
held   and  they  were told  that  they adopting the habits and way   of the
must dec de  that unless they did and country and there Is indication   hat a
at once, their lands would be thrown few years at most will see the en    o'
ffitV?HttlemenV   Ver'gin' Wh0 pre" Ule D��>*hobor commune     Instead o
siaea at the meeting at length prom- being looked upon as an undesir-,hio'""'""""���   "��">"����    tsianu  and   sun-
sea  on  behalf of his followers that element, tbey are now, by their Man \lUTy' dally cxcei)t Sunda^ Woodward,
patched by way of Vancouver.
8 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, Including all U. S. points east and sOUtn;
and Hall's Trairie, Fernridge and Haz
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursday^, aud
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received Irom
Cloverdale, except  Hall's Prairie, Ha-
elmere and Fernridge, which arrive on
he  Port Guichon  train on  Tuesdays
,rhursday3  and   Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric Railway,
12:30 p.m.���Strawberry Hill. 'Urn-
,erland and South Westminster, by
ourier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burnany, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, 'by courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer montiis ciose at
2:30 except Saturday)���Ladner, 1'ort
Guichon,  Westham    Island  and   Sun
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
W��ek Day Scneoule.
CABINET  MAKING.
D. V. LEWTHVVAITE, ^CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 425 Clarkson street (behind Burr block).
Furniture made and repaired. Mis-
son furniture ln fir and oak.
WOODWORKING.
��� WESTMINSTER        WOODWORKING
C��. bank, office and store linings;
��� ���cahiu-et, stair,    showcases,  manieis
iand dp-tail work.   Designs and estimates furnished.    J.   Brookes,  pro-
' prtetor.      Works:   Corner  Eleventh
And car line.     P. O. box 251, Phone
473.
they   would  make   entry,  and   there- fulness, sobriety; K mdfrSSl
t^t ^JtZn^fi t0 d�� B��-    But !!y' WlnninK l"e-teem of thl28
that  did  not end  the    government's bors; even their objectionable Idea of
difficulties.    Some 2,700    homesteads marriage, when seen at close 2SJ?
were   entered   for,   but   the   entrants may be viewed with  d minishC?o
did not make any move to fulfil their Pugnance   for  "~      -aiminlsnine r��
homestead  duties  and  earn    patent 	
Instead  they  continued  to    cultivate and  immo
communlstically  around  the  villages them.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
M. C. Bruce."      (Steveston mail des
patched and received  via Vancouver.)
2:30    p.m.���Vancouver   and    fiper
Biding, via G. N. R. north.
thev   observe  the" tie L 3   P'm'~cl0Ter(lale,   Nieomekl,   and
such  as  it  is,  with absolute  fl lelltv'��!rt ^eIls dally' ^IaJ-ton on Tuesday,
rality  is  unknown    !'Z l^^j���* a"d Saturday; T
notwithstanding   it   had   been    made I    Of recent times a movement has de
,., ..    , p,ntry  w��oped  among  the  members  of  the'
J^?"'11.   Provided,  colony who still adhere to theTprii.
very   clear   to   them   that   the   entry
made by each
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
/limited. Front street. New west-
Hiiaster. Manufacturers of modern
saw und shingle mill machinery,
' Mill plauU and specifications pre-
4>ared.
not for the communistic holding of slPle of communism, to remove to
land, but was designed for the benefit British Columbia where tracts of fruit
individually, of the entrant. .lands have been acquired.    Consider-
After the requirements of the Douk- able numbers have already removed
hobors ln the matter of homesteads there' and recent reports of the pro-
had been satisfied, those lands still Bress they ��re making are favorable,
remaining in the    original    reserves   The prospect is that the strict adher-
whieh had not been taken, were open-  fnts  ,0  Ule  fill()l  will eventually all ^^^^^^^^^
ed to entry in December, 11104. Im- emmigrate to the new communes, leav- monrt, Port Haney, Mission, Chilli-
migration was flowing rapidly at this ln�� the lands th(?y n��w occupy to be wack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agassiz,
time and they were soon filled.   About   acquired by those who prefer accept- Lytton, Lillooet, Spences' Bridge, NIc
1ftnfl    ill other available land having  lnS citizenship, the number of whom  -'-   ���	
���,.���  ,     ..   ���    ************** creasing and who, under
  ��� ui/uiuuons, are
settlements became very'meat.   "The , 1Ip,rf as can be found
new  line  of  the  Canadian   Northern I    The  concrete  facts  in   relation   to
railroad was built across the southern  ,lle Doukhobor problem, as
edge of the reserves,  land increased   t,le Ilg"t of
greatly in value, and the
among )bead on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Ac-
'cord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
ake, via B, C. Electric Railway. Saturday an extra mall Is despatched to
Victoria via Vancouver at this  hour.
Blaine and Seattle, including all V.
S. points east and south, via G. N. R
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R.. east, Fra
Ber Mills. This mail takes the following local places: Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Hammond,  Port Haney,
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:00, C:50. 7:20 aud 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until  li:50 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20. 6:50, 7:20 and
C:00 a.m., aud svmy half hour thereafter until  11:00  _>.m.
Sjnday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver Tor New Westminster at b:U0 aud i*:0u a.m., aud
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 2:00 a.m., and every ball
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Lh-'i
���ar 11:00 p.m.
O. J. McQuarrie, Local Manager, New
Westminster.
Great  Northern Railway.
.m.
Seattle 3:55
1006,
been taken In that "region, ttie^it to "n*Jr*W\^ailll_Jlm& who  7,1? ?m i��la and  ""strict, knd "all  nofnts   .ast
SlYLl?lJ?\d.-��und ** Doukhobor  such conditions, are" ^ESJS
except Kootenays.
In
the history of me case
Plcssure up-  ma>'  be said to be, that the sovamT'
on the government to cancel the un-  '"ent at the time of the comln/of ����
occupied Doukhobor    homsteads    be- Doukhobors,  was  looking  tt r    i,���m,8
rtm.H7y ^ll ,Th,e pr��er<>ss of the   pants.    The DoukhoborsT we e fid
Malls   Received.
6:45 a.m.���Blaine and    Seattle, in
viewed ln eluding all U. S. points, via G. N. It.
the case. I    8:20  a.m.���Vancouver and   Victoria
ncluding U.  S.  A.  matter,  and  also
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway
Lv.  N.  W.  11  a.m.;   ar.
.tn.
Lv. N. W. 4:32 p.m.; ar. Seattla 9:40
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m.;  ar. N. W. 2:55
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.;  ar. N. W. 9:30
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m
p.m.
Now is the time
to Kodak. Full
supplies
Cameras and Pi.
��� Supplies
Cheapest place
in the city for
Spectacles 50 cents|
D. S. Curtis &
DRUGGISTSI
HEADQUARTERS FOR K0DA
AND SUPPLIES.
I
RAILWAY COJ
SUMMER   TOURIST   EXCURSl]
Cheap rates to all points.
Tickets on
ar. N.W. 6:20
ar. N.W. 6:25
MECHANICAL.
I Doukhobors in bringing their land un-  "P��n as a persecuted people Vo wWv, V   , ����������Biry
'   P     ^V''0"1!^ courier (Tuesday and Friday).
 .   9:00 t0 10:00 a.m.���Strawberrv Hill
 '����  ^tivation  was  very" _dow;Vnd  it ^ bfraS^H^ to3 "    '"      "
mm MACHINE WORK AND GHIN-'l ffL_1ll COnf ^"^"y In the position   ford .asylum, and as they were rem
������i  -���...,i....,.,    v������*!,i������    f,.���m    o   of "olding vast tracts of very valuable  sented   by  the   partls.no   -i,-  Z_?
land   under   entry   which   they   were  duced  them   as   being
Mteh or ��lock to an    automobile. J
W. Webster, mechanical expert. No.
10 Sixth street,    Dominion    Trust
Hack.
PAPER  HANGING  &  DECORATING.
JL HUDSON,  WALL  PAPER,  ROOM
Mouldings,    Burlaps,    and Sanltas;
painting,  kalsomlnlng,  paper
much   on   the
  ���    o   "mtii   on   ine
not using nor permitting anyone else  samp order of People as the Quakers
to use.   Still, the government declined  and Menonltes, it was believed tbey       ���._.    .���,
to take the land away from them, pre- .would make a very desirable class of |and Fraser ATm
9 1 a-     �������� " ��...
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via G. N. R.
8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first train)
Sapperton, Fraser Mills-Tind Coquit
lam.
    1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
ferHng to give them'every chanc/'to ! Bottlers.    Once ln" Canada 'anll^hrtr'"
make good. objectionable characteristics realfi
Squatting   Trouble. \ the government was face to face with
Eventually squatters commenced go- one of two alternatives, the adontlon
ng on  the  unoccupied  land  held  by of  measures   to   enforce   coninl anno
the Doukhobors, and the situation be- with the laws, so rigorous as to 1 ave
came  so  acute  that the  government compelled   another    emmlgration    if
iutsging    and    decorating.      Slxtb   felt obliged to take some step.   To de- they   refused,  or  of  embracing    thl
*to*xt, New Westminster.                  j terming what had best be done a com- charitable horn  of the  dilemma  and
llllssion w<'is sent out to investigate in endeavoring to make the best'of'in
1905 and another in 1900.   The latter unfortunate situation,
commission reported that all cultlva- Beyond  question  posterity will  ac
tion  was carried  on  communlstically cord   the   government   an     unstinted 11   will   not   bo   ramnY.7kiI~h.	
and that the average amount of land measure  of  credit   where   -- "     -    ' - -                          responsible   for   an
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courleT
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, in-
hiding all U. S. points.
9:40 p.m.���Second Mall east, ana
fosed mall from Sumas, and Seattle.
G. N. R.���Port Guicrton.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., returns at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives ln city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives In city
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Gulchon at 1 p.m. oi:
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Guichon 6 a.m. each week
day;   arrives  8:50   a.m.
Leaves N. W. 3:50 p.m. daily except Sunday; ar. Gulchon at 7 p.m.
-v. N.W. 8:50 a.m.;  ar. Seattle 1:35
three  months.	
2, 9; June 2, IT and lotion, etc., apply to
ED GOULET, C. P.
or to
C  B. FOSTER, A. G. P.
QooJ
sale
For resa
u. Agent!
,\. Vancoi]
ilfM'AOIAN
��� HfinpiC
w
I CANADIAN PP
B.C. EoastSS,
totfl
VatH
Wed'
Oft, C MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
at monumental tombstones, budding
����oi��e. etc
NOTICE.
Take  notice that  as   my  wife  has
voluntarily   left   my   bed   and' board
    ���"��-     .v n...,��fic rtinuuiu oi iana ^ooduiu  ui   creuu   wnere   up  to   the, debts contracted bv her
D ., ,     , , ���, i"n<lci' elation per man    was    be- present at least and in some quarters P CHABMS PAPtr���
Satisfaction guaranteed.'tween   five  and  six acres, yet,  as  a has   been   a  disposition   towardIrt1    Dated thl, Bnt*\ St    t a Ri?E,!L
imUiitiUi*. street, New Westminster,   whole,  the Doukhobors  were holding icism. '  ClU- SapJ���J,n   B   C
-	
stlmates Given. Phone 567.
J. NEWSQME & SONS
PAINTERS,  PAPER-HANGERS  AND
DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, between Second avenue and Third streets.
NEW WESTMINSTER       ��� B.C.
Princess   Charlotte   leaves
ver at 10 a. m. daily except
day for Victoria.
Princess Royal daily at 1:30 p. "1
SS.   Joan   leaves   Vancouver  all
p. m. daily except Sunday for N1"1'11
VllIK'OU]
Onion
T   H
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
E        DAILY        NEWS
SS. Queen City leaves
Mondays at 5 p .ui. for
Comox.
SS. Princess May leaves VancoUJ
at 11  p. m. April  24, and evei)
days thereafter.
SS. Beaver leaves New WestmUHJ
at 8 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays |
Fridays for Chilliwack; reti. I
leaves Chilliwack at 7 a. m. iue������f
Thursdays  and  Saturdays.
FOR FIRST CLASS
JOB PRINTING
OO TO THE
ARROW PREffc|
,3��-FRONT  ST.,  WINDSOR   BLO
Proprietress. Mrs. M. Domlny-

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