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INSURANCE
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W   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.   0..   MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 1910.
EIGHT PAGES.
<3E FIVE  CENTS.
TO GET
^0 BIG INDUSTRIES
.^Construction Co.,
Louver, and Hamil-
p Works Buy Land.
. -im    of    waterfrontage |
IfcC completed on Lulu is-
t'fTl Bray, of this c,t>'-
*%. nrlce per foot was not
E tesales aie of Importance
I< j and to tbe city ol New
'*'*' . !s they mean the In-
KS two new and Important
ii"*5;.. Iee| on tbe northwest
island, In the city, was
Const! uctlon
OF BISHOP
TO BE INTERRED TODAY
HOPE HOLDS OUT SPLENDID
POSSIBILITIES FOR Fill URE
Many Clergymen Will Attend
Obsequies���Bishop Perrin
to Conduct Last Sad Rites.
SEVEN CANDIDATES IN
LINE FOR MAY QUEEN
Visit Convinces A.  F.  Hale That Site   Every  Girl   Nominated   Is   Pretty   and
*,. ,iie Miinicipa ^^^^^
L .(Vancouver, and about 200
KsSlnlng, to the liainil-
Kworks, of Hamilton, On.,
i! u no doubt that when once
|Ii,rr B It line touches this
ton the" whole of this valuable
Itel,r will be taken up by factories
The funeral of the late Bishop Dart
will take place this afternoon at two-
thlrly   o'clock,     'ine   service   will   he
conducted by the Lord Bishop ot Co-1divisional point of at least une of this
lumbia, Ur. Perrin, assisted by Right three railways which are shortly to
Kev.  Dr.  Keator,  Bishop of Olympia, | pass  through  this  old  township.    So
Is   Ideal   for  Summer   Resort���
Backs   Opinion   by   Buying.
A. F. Hale, of Hale Bros, .t Kennedy, has just returned from a business trip to Hope, lie was accompanied by a party of business men from
this city who wire anxious to Investigate the possibilities of Hope, us the
Has Permission of Parents to
Act   if   Elected.
SANE CELEBRATION
ON FOURTH Of JULY
Annual Slaughter of Inno
cents  in   United   States
Will be Lessened.
Boston, April 17.���A safe and sane
SUMMER k%3
EOR Ot ^ PARK
After the services In the church
the cortege will proceed to the Lng-
lisli Church cemetery, where inter-
meat will take place. The clergy
present and the lay delegates to the
synod will inarch in procession from
tne cathedral to the cemetery.
The following well known clergymen will act as pallbearers: Kev. H.
G. Clinton, of Vancouver; Rev. C.
Cloudier, of Yale; Kev. .1. 11. Underbill,   of   Yale;   Kev.  H.   S.   Acres,  of
satisfied were they that Mr. Hale has
purchased 160 acres on Kawakwa lake,
which he describes as one of the most
beautiful places he has ever Bei a, and
bis friends have bought extensively
in the town, for they were all struck
with the charms of the district; the
possibilities of it as a great summer
resort and a line railway centre.
"The land round there," said Mr.
Hale, "is the most, prolific in the
whole of British Columbia." For fruit
growing,  he  was  sure, there was no
The  .May  Queen this year will  be
one of the following seven girls:
Laura Hodge, Lena Steen   (Sapperton),     Mary   Keary   (St.   Ann's   con-1 cekhration of Independence Lay. one
vent),    Dorothy   Trapp,    Nina   Munn1
(Central school), 'lottie Marshall, Eva
Gwennap I Lord Kelvin scliool).
The above secured the biggest number of votes at their school. There
was a big scattered vote, over six
bundled ballots being placed in the
ballot boxes at The News and Columbian   offices,   which  were   opened
A. E. White Interviews G^
N. R. Officials for Better
Railway Service.
in
Plans to make Ocean park, down river a summer resort wnich would be ex-
tenshely patronized by Westminster
and Vancouver people, are under consideration at the present time, and
there is every prospect of this becoming a lealization in the near tuture-
Ocean   park   lias   all   uie   necessary
in  which the explosive nuisance and
the consequent human Injury will be
displaced   by   pegaantry,   sports   anl
organized   fireworks   seems   to   be
store for New England. ^^^
City councils and boards of control j uoeau     ^^^^^^^
���i ���Jt  nmittr,t> Hi . I natural advantages and could be made
a B. C. Chautauqua with very lutle ex-
Jiave  passed ordinances  limiting  tlie
itpatfd to  start
Lt are anxiously  waiting  to   know
(ten lhe B. C. Electric    will   have ,
faagelald as much depends on that I
���riant event.
fliere are several of these factory I
bs sold and some flourishing ln-1
Istries already al work and in a few
Hit II the prices of the land have
tjumped too high and the tracket facilities at" not too long de-
,.., the whole of the North Ann
|Hli be lined with busy factories
nog increased wealth and pros-1
lity and population to New West
.ster.
The Bishop of Caledonia, whose
headquarters are in Prince Rupert,
has wired that he will not be able to
come in time, but has appointed Rev.
M 11. Jackson, of Vancouver, to represent him.
The cathedral choir will lead In the
 ased
skirts the lake on two sides and
lies within thirty-five minutes' walk
Of the hotel and thirty minutes of
the postolllce.
Whilst standing by thc lake, he said
he could picture this same place in
a   few   years   with   beautiful   homes,
It THEATRES Wlll BE
HD BY ENGLISH MONEY
singing at the churcn services and I with their lawns running down to the
will also lead In the hymn at the j water's edge and gay parties, whose
graveside. i laughter  made   the  silence  echo,  all
At the church service seats will be revelling in the glory of the wild na-
provided   in  the   front   of  the   cathe- ture around.
dial for the clergy, the lay delegates "it is certainly one of the finest
le the synod and the diocesan board spots I have ever come across for
of the Woman's auxiliary. summer homes, where every kind of
The Kev. J. R. Dart, of Paris, Fiance, Bp0rt and outdoor amusement can be
the eldest son of the late bishop, left 'enjoyed, as well as Tieing a place
tlie old  country on  April  9, as soon, where health can be renewed." Asked
Saturday evening.
The final drawing will take place
this afternoon, the committee In
charge being J. J. Cambridge, C. D.
Peele and W. A. Gilley.
The Interest taken in the primaries
by tlie schoolgirls was as gieat this
year as formerly, and much active
canvassing was in evidence for the
past couple of weeks. While the children did not use the latest political
system of vote getting, they had a
way of convincing recalcitrant maidens that It was advisable to vote for
a certain candidate that was equally
effective, even if somewhat crude.
The lucky girl whose name will
be drawn this afternoon will select
her own maids of honor, the committee leaving this detail entirely to
the May Queen to arrange.
Two of this year's candidates. Mary
Keary and Nina Munn, are sisters of
past May Queens, while Dorothy
Trapp was in tlie running last year.
hours of noisy celebration and restrict
ing the use of explosive:-., while a
bill of similar purpose is before the
Massachusetts' legislature. Public
spirited bodies have seriously enlisted
themselves in the movement.
Springfield, where the safe and
sane idea had Its practical Inception
seven years ago, will again Hold ~
otderly observance.
LIGHTKEEPER   UNABLE
TO    REACH
HIS
PROSPERITY  OF WESTMINSTER
IS   SHARED   BY   VICTORIA
[Wtwty-flve   Million   Dollars   Coming
to America  for  Expansion   of
Uiatrical  Enterprise.
Alderman   J.    B.   jardlne.who,   together with Mrs. Jardine. spent a few
davs  in   Victoria  last  week,  reports
that the capital of tlie province is experiencing   something   of    the    pros-
^^ ^^ ^^^^^^^ . , ,,        neritv  wave   which   has   swept  over
as he received intelligence of the se-what he thought of the future of Hope  Kj   "citv an(j district during the past
rious   illness   of   his   father.    At   the  bo said he had seen no place in its months.    Real estate trading has
time of the funeral today he will be  almost virgin state, which had bright-  apparentiy  entered   upon   a   lease  of
on   the   St.  Lawrence,   and   will   not er prospects, or where investors could     vv ........    _...-_..  �����_ ���
reach   New  Westminster  for  a  week  make better returns on their capital.
It was one of those places, which like
Seward, April 17.���Oeorge A. Lee,
of the United States lighthouse service, assigned to duty as one of the
keepers of the lighthouse at Cape
Sarlschef, a point of land located on
the western extremity of Uniinak
pass, is having a difficult time in connecting with his Job.
He was a passenger on the steamer Farallon en route to Cape Saris-
chef when that vesel was wrecked.
This mishap delayed him six weeks
or more. He then departed on the
March trip of the steamer Dora, but
the weather was so stormy he could
not land, and was compelled to return to Seward.
Lee will make another attempt to
reach his destination on the April
trip of the Dora.
pease.
Hearing thi3 in mind, A. E. White.
I senior partner of White, Shiles & Co.-
j who returned  tuis  morning from Seattle,   approached   the   heads   of   the-
[ G. N. R. in that city with a view to
_   Itueli" granting special rates to Ocean
a"n! park, and   also   to   White   Rock   an*.
Crescent,   where  a   large  number  ot
Westminster    people    have    summer
camps.    He  was  given good  eneour-
JOB! ugement   by  the   officials,   and   It   la.
| probable something of this nature witi.
be done within the next few weeks.
WOMAN   INVENTS A
HANDY KITCHEN TOOL.
Mm. kvtil    17.���Five    million
| pounds In j.i English money, $25.-
'WO, measured In American values,
111 Stint to .Wrica to he invested In |
> theatrical enterprise "long the lines
"'a new and gigantic vaudeville combine, 11
fswald Stoll will go to America in
!ess llla�� two weeks to arrange for I
"8 placement.   Importance also cen-!
W In the conference that Mr. Stoll,'
Claries Frohnian and A. L.  Krlanger
p been hoi ling   during   the   lust
[ew hys that Mr. Krlanger has been
The latter   carefully   refrains
|* talking about the vaudeville bus-
pa
J Ccnfirming   I      	
���""likely to revise the theatrical
'of the Un
or more.
The services in Holy Trinity cathedral yesterdy were of a very solemn
character owing to tne recent death
of Bishop Dart und both morning and
evening the church was packed.
The rector, Canon D'easum,
preached in the morning and fittingly
referred to the brief period ln which
ho personally bad been privileged to
labor under the late bishop, paying
tribute to the sterling qualities which
he had observed even in that short
time.
The evening sermon was undertaken by Archdeacon Pentreath, who
outlined the tremendous trials and
difficulties Hishop Dart ha.1 successfully met and conquered during his
fourteen and half years Incumbency
and showed that under his direction
the work had been more than doubled
in extent and that all or most of the
difficulties had been smoothed aside
by the wonderful patience and Chris-
new combination ,lnn Rnlrlt ot tlle uishop of. ^T1"
minster. * {$9'Mw\
Tne   choir   and   organist,   rendered
and anthem music
many others in Canada, suddenly
spring into importance from almost
nothing and it was hy getting in on
tbe ground floor on these propositions that hag profits were realized.
Tbe three railways which will pass
through Hope are the C. N. R., the
V. V. & E. and the C. P. R. and it is
practically certain that one. if not
more, will make Hope the divisional
point on the branch to the Crow's
Nest   Pass.
life which bids fair to extend for a
considerable time and although that
city cannot show anything like the
advance in price which has made land
speculation so profitable ln Westmln-
aler and Surrey, still the margin of
profit in every turnover is good
enough   to   keep   Victoria   money   at
home.
In business circles generally, Victoria is also experiencing more activity than had been the case for
some time past, and no complaints
of slackness are to be heard.
NATIONALISTS READY
FOR NEXT ELECTION
ALERTS MEET DEFEAT IN
FIRST GAME OF  SEASON
TWO SMALL FIRES GIVE
SUNDAY WORK TO FIREMEN
The Alerts played their flrst game
and met their first defeat on Saturday afternoon, when they lost to a
picked team of ball artists to the,
tune of 9-6. The game was the best
that has b*>en played here so far this
season, but that is not saying very
much. The winners had several Columbian college men on, who have
been practicing for the past two or
three weeks, and they were the stars
of the field.    The teams:
Alerts���Jamieson, Yuill, Sayce,
Fitzgerald, Here, Mathers, Peck,
Sharpe, Adams, Fletcher.
Others���Smith. Brown, Kenny, Wil-
kle, Sabourln, White, Poupore, Turn-
bull and McArthur.
Aberdeen, April 17.���Mrs. Mattie
Dolan, of this city, has invented a.
handy kitchen utensil which Is especially adapted for use on an oil, gas-
or electric stove for the purpose of
saving on the amount of fuel used,
although it may be used equally well
on any stove. It consists of a deep
frying pan, divided into two compartments, so that one sort of food may
be cooked in one division and another
on the other side, lt has also a removable hinged lid, which can be
raised on either or both sides, as occasion may demand. Mrs. Dolan ha��
secured a patent on her invention la
this country, and is now taking steps-
to get letters patent in Canada.
WOMAN SLUMBERS SIX
DAYS IN EVERY SEVEN
War Chest Already Filling and Funds
for Legitimate  Expenses Are
Now   Assured.
ited States .Mr.J*����. th, 8peclRi hymna
* inducements  for  us  to  ope?!"' excellent taste.
In America   have   taken   various
s tn the past, but  hittherto we
retrained from the temptation.
teason for this has been that I
W wish to Invite the retaliation
aose American interests with
tn I might thereby come into col-j who
HELEN DOYLE APPEALS.
Kidnapping
'Ne
"Pwini
Women     Convicted     of
Willie  Whitla  Tires of  Prison.
Pittsburg   .April   K.-Helcn   Doyle.
was   sentenced    to   twenty-live
���Tvears ln the Western penitentiary on
ire being  concluded I March is. 1809. for complicity In con-
1 Witb the kidnapping of Willie
Of  Sharon.   Pa.,  has  appealed
Royal    Cafe    Chimney    Blaze    Extinguished   With   Chemicals���Brush
Fire on  Nineteenth Street.
"nations
* over the circuit of the John [ nectton
theatres that   will   parallel   the  Whitla,
.       Clrcull     In     northwestern
rlea.  prov
r houses.
islon Is being made for
INlln"""""'   K��   :'H   t0    ilfforii    paS>'
iHf. ,   s.';i,;"s '" reach that splen-
- "'"���  "ho flnancles will be pro-
���atlon"8"' w Amer*oan-Brltlsh cor-
to   the   superior  court   from  the sentence of the Mercer county court.
Tbe case will be heard at the May
term in Pittsburg.
ITORna
Do TWISTS
WALKER   WESTON   GIVES
LECTURE   AT   FREDONIA
April  1
Dublin, April 17.���Even if the next
general   election   should   be  held  as
early   as   May,   the   nationalists   will
be ready for it.    As soon as tbe results of the last general election became  known  the  nationalist   leaders
were   convinced   that  another   battle
would  have  to he  fought before the
way could be cleared for home rule.
Tbey began to prepare for it at once.
The   war   chest  has   been   steadily
filling, and it is now certain that the
legitimate expenses of the next gen-
eneral election can be met.    As soon
as tbe situation clears up sufficiently
to show when the next, battle will he
fought   an   appeal  will   be   made   to
America   for   funds,   and   assurances
have been received they will be forthcoming.
Redmond's position has been greatly
Edward I strengthened by the recent course of
is walking from |events, and it is probable in the next
the   O'Brien   faction   will
on
Ha
fi<l.
ere he  formerly | not have more than half the strength
Fredonla, N. Y
 .      v-nsoii  Weston, y,'tta_____
TOWN  IN GEORGIA  ]0i, ^geles to New York, spent SUn-1parliament
  i <lnv   at   Fredonla.   wh        __^_���_____________-_���___.
hTS"'   Ga"    AP'-"    ".-The Sved!    He put In most of the day re-, lt now has.
iManlh! .   land- Ml,11> m��o* south  uewlng  old  acquaintances,  and  twi  _	
K**[W' experienced a destruc-    t,en.oon delivered a lecture.   Here-
'""   yesterday,    practically,   ml early this evening and at mid-   EXP0SED TO GUN^FIRB
* ""   '' ta 'ho town being dam-   nlgllt   started  for   Buffalo,  where he
oevernl  ,���������������....   ....    .���..   ",fa    .    . lve ut>out noon tomoi-
ls  sixteen  days ahead
Some excitement prevailed around
tbe Dominion Trust block about noon
yesterday, when the cry of lire was
raised. The chimney from the Royal
Cafe had caught on Are and the proprietors had sent in an alarm to the
five hall. Halls 1 and 2 responded
to the call, but lt was found only
necessary to use the chemical extinguishers.
The firemen were given another run
yesterday morning, when a bush fire
started near Nineteenth street. Tlie
firemen from tlie Central hall and
from the West End hall responded,
but found that they could not reach
the place with the water. Fire Chief
Watson sized up the situation and
came to the conclusion that there was
no danger, as most of the stuff burning was dead brush. The Bremen
watched the blaze for a while, but
it died down und they did not unload
their apparatus.
NIGHT   RIDERS  ARE   FINED.
Eight Convicted and Released
Bonds Pending Appeal.
Cincinnati, April 17.���Eight of the
alleged night riders of Grant county,
Kentucky, were found guilty by a jury
yesterday. Three others were acquitted. Fines ranging from $100 to $1,000
were assessed by Judge Cochran, who
released the men on their own recoz-
nizane, pending an appeal.
SAFE   FROM   THE   WRECK.
For  Half Year  Mr*. Elizabeth   Rodes
Wakens Only on Saturday and
Performs Religious Rites.
New York, April 17.���Mrs. Elizabeth
Rodes, who for six months has beea
undergoing a mysterious sleep for six
days out of every week, yesterday resisted the efforts of her husband to
haye a doctor combat her strange aliment by hypnotism.
The woman, an orthodox Jewess, be-
llves that it is the will of God that
her sleep be broken only one a week..
when she wakens, lights candles for
the Sabbath and performs religious-
rites over  them.
Mrs. Rodes' case has baffled physicians. They say that during sleep she
is ln a cataleptic state, her limbs,
growing rigid, her breathing scarcely
noticeable. She never moves in her-
sleep and never dreams. The only
nourishment the woman takes Is during her few waking nours on Saturday. She ls so emaciated that she
cannot walk unassisted.
Passengers and Crew of Santa Clara
Reach   San   Francisco.
San  Francisco.  April  17.-The  passengers    and    crew   of  the   wrecked
'steamer Santa Clara, which was de-1 ��^7oin7in't0"supply on "the agrl-
sorted off Table Bluff, a ter she, 1had ary ^ "Pgg^ Hon. Sydney Fisb-
sprung a leak wl.l e crossing the HUm , lalned that fourteen years ago.
-ar. arrived in th s city t^day ��     P expenditure of w, depart
steamer F. A. KUbuin.   None $162,000. while last year It
MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE
SHOWS BIG PROGRESS MADE:
Ottawa,  April  17.���As a prellmin-
boldt Ba
on the      	
seemed  any  the worse
hap.
''ster,
for  the  mis- ment was $162     .
reached $807,000. This enormous Increase, however, the minister saidr
was justified by the progress made.
In 1896, 17,000,000 acres of land were
ARRIVE IN ONE DAY | under cultivation. Last year there
were  30,000,000  acres  under  cultlva-
FOUR HUNDRED CHINESE
*    ��� ������*****���       I  KI       t~4
vie��ori-i   Anril Ii���The new imml-'tion.   Hon. Mr. Fisher said one of the
Victoria, Aprn  *" nnpr.prt a-l.no--��� '-������ tho incrpjiRpd expenditure
gration building which was opened a  rea
Id...
triil  persons  are' reported  expects "to arrive about noon tomor-
DOGS  COMMIT  SUICIDE
Ilfrnm l"'nu Wi,s sent to Wood-
��� 2 ^Chester, but no details
����,,. ��';m had been received here
'"tlit
O'clock.
row.    Weston
of his schedule.
WOMAN'S PLEA WINS
ODD   CASE
IN   COURT
CHANCE   FOR   TRADE.
kalian B '
N    ecf Finds  Ready Sale in
Ne*  York   Market.
"W Y   i
"   ,0,k. April 17.���A good share
l,�� available
IV
m
iist w
nun i
supply ot Australian
eek
��n which reached New
Geneva, April  17.-A Swiss Portia
irustleln,   the   daughter   of
the   Zurich   tri-
bou��.��T Wils snnpped up eager-
"se* vcb today at prices said
��� i,������,,   	
'price.        �� to slx centa below
IJal tmai.f5ked for western meat of
""Wit ti, y' :'n(1 tlle importers who
(1 'lt��t o", ,m,ilt ,n America deelar-
Ntt���
Fiauleln   Br..M	
a lending federal Judge, has gained a
remarkable case at *���*--  "������������'"i. ��>-i.
bunal by   her  eloquence.
-  ...��D rtnfondlnir a h�����,
Mine.    Louise
She was defending a poor women
railway    gate-keeper. ^^^k***m
who, on  arriving  a  few  mln
to  close   the  gates at   the
Wyss
Utes   lute
Paris, April 17.���The recent bombardment of the Jena bad curious effects on the unfortunate dogs placed
on board the doomed vessel with the
Idea of ascertaining whether the effect of gunfire wus to asphyxiate them
or to poison them.
The dogs, under the influence of
the repeated explosions, became depressed from neurasthenia. At the
flrst discharge they became depressed
and nervous; after more firing they
refused to answer the calls of the
officers whom they knew best.
This  state  became  worse  as time
the
BUc
cess
1 experiment was a com-
��� 	
*Mt,n.M',7a'llin meat is as   good,
BUpe'o,"an the western product,"
lhe Importers,    "and we
K    f<"'    Importations
Ite
went one. and finally
"two dogs com
ity
���Hill
I Nag
8��acti,
for	
Quantities."
ln
Despite the
^frying  charges,   we  are
Wneroug    profit on    our
lUt'H      line     	
level crossing, discovered that the express train had killed a Swiss boy,
aged six, who had wandered on tho
line.
Fraulein Brustlein pointed out that
her client was bo wretchedly paid by
the wealthy Federal Railway company
���$10 a month for twelve hours' work
a day���that she was forced to seek
outside work to support her four
children. On the day of the accident
the express was on time for the first
time In several weeks. The Jury acquitted the woman.
effort to swim."
VIOLATION OF TREATY.
States Cannot Build Warships on
Lakes Under Rush-Bagot Treaty.
Washington, D. C April 17.���United States Secretary of the Navy Meyer, in a communication to the house
of representatives, endorsed the former opinion of the navy department
that the construction of navy vessels
on the Great Lakes would constitute
a violation of the Rush-Bagot convention of 1817.
The statement was in reply to a
house resolution asking why the appropriation for the building of a gunboat ln these waters .authorized In
181)8, had not been expended. The
United States nnd Canada Joint commission considered the question of tlie
right to build a vessel on the lakes
in 1900. It became evident that
Great Britain was prepared to stipulate for total disarmament but the
commission adjourned without final
action and there have been no subsequent steps.
short time ago  near
had Its capacity tested this morning  a(ja_
found  slightly wanting, for '    �����
asons for the Increased expenditure
the outer dock j was tile development of Western Caa-
and  was founa  siignu.,   ��. 0, ... ,    Replying to some interruptions by
all the Chinese from the two liners tne Opposition, Hon. Mr. Fisher said
which arrived this morning could that while many of the measures in-
scarcely find accommodation there, troduced by him having for th��ir ob-
The Protestlaus brought about 350 and ]ect the betterment of the agricultural
the Empress over 50, so that there .interests of the country, had been op-
were over 400 Orientals in the build- pose(} by Conservatives, they had nev-
Ing nt one time. Most, of these were I el- challenged a vote.
returning after the New Year celebrations, but there were enough paid the
$500 tax to bring the day's revenue
up to $110,000.
The change In conditions since lar,t
year were very marked. Instead of the
men. women and children being herded together Jn the smelly fiHght
sheds at the dock they were at once
transferred to the immigration bulld-
     -.Ill    n.nrlr.
Saskatoon Saw It.
Sasjcatoon, April 17.���Halley's comef-
was seen here yesterday morning-
about four-thirty by a number of people. It Is travelling about an hour-
ahead of the sun and is easily visible-
Saskatoon  Wants a  Fight.
S"8ktrF'^^a^mo"
have
a boxing match between C^oll
Johnny King, of Chl<*K"-   " Bhlma>
word has been received yet.
Submarine founders.
Tokio, April 17.���A Japanese   submarine foundered today while executing marieouvres ln the bay of Hiro-
Ing, where the officials are still work
Ing hard at Identifying the returning
Orientals nnd examining the new arrivals. It will take nil day to go
through tho list, and many will have
to be kept for some days before tbe
proofs of Identity can be forthcoming.
It ls busy time both for the Immigration officials and for the customs officers.
In order to expedite the clearing of
these people from the steamers, Dr.
Watt and his assistant both came up
on the steamers, one on the Empress'*
and the other on the Blue Funnel Un-, ���
,er, so that there was little delay in ���
I getting the steamers cleared. \ *>
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Trainmen  Strike.
Cleveland, April 17.���It was
announced at the headquarters
of the Brotherhood of Railway
Trainmen here at eight o'clock
this evening that a strike had
been called on all branches of
the Lackawana railroad, to
begin at 11:45 p. ro., eastern
time, tonight.
Eighteen hundred men have
been ordered ont.
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, APRIL 18, 191Q
Classified Advertisements
ADVERTISERS���THERE ARE AN-
awers at this office for the following
advertisers: C. C, Topaz.. M. \V.
I). C, Box E. K., C. S., and No .E.
Will the owners please call for
same.
WANTED.
WANTED ��� GARDENING  OR JOB-1
blng by sturdy young man.  Wages
moderate    Apply W. Johnson, Colonial Hotel.    Phone 3'J.
HAVE TO GO DRY
AT THE DANCES
New Advertisements
Montreal License Commissioners Will Grant no
More Permits.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
SNAP���S.   W.  U  of  Sec.   16, Tp.  10,
Langley; 100 acres of tine land With
2.~Mi)M>d  feet  of goo.1  fir timber;  $45 per acie;  easy terms.
BRENING   &   CO.
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Rooms  5  and  6.
(Corner Columbia and  Begbie Streets.
Phone 686
2 1140 Feet waterfront; $12.50 per foot.
WANTED TO RENT���GENTLEMAN
wants one or two rooms with private family. Not far from library.
Modern house preferred. Box !��b3,
Postofflce.
WANTED���TENDERS FOR SLASH-
ing about eight acres on Tenth avenue and Armstrong street. Particulars, apply S. Fader, city, or
Walker Bros., Edmonds.
WANTED���FIRST CLASS TAILOR-
ess. Apply A. S. Neilson. Sixth
street.    Enter by Cunningham hall.
WANTED���SIX TO EIGHT ROOMED
cottage; fully modern; close in:
good location. Wiito P. O. Box 17(1,
City.
WANTED���TO RENT ONE OR TWO
pleasant furnished rooms or small
furnisheS house by married couple.
Address A. B., this office
STABLE MANURE HAULED AWA*
regularly, the whole year round.
Arrange with B. C. Nurseries, P. 0.,
City.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���CHEAP FOR CASH. A
200-egg Petaluma incubator in good
condition.    Apply II. I., this office.
FOR SALE ��� WHITE LEGHORN
eegs: single comb; good strain; five
cents each. Samuel Wilkinson,
Sixtu street, East Burnaby.
Montreal, April 17.���Hereafter special licenses for the sale of liquors at
dancing parties and balls will not be
gritted. Two applications for such
were made last week, two are now
pending, but all will be refused.
By Clause 53 of the Liquor License
act special provisions were made for
the granting of licenses for the sale
of liquors at dances and public entertainments. Certain restrictions
were imposed. This clause in the act
has been generally taken advantage of
and there were many dances at wliich
liquor was dispensed, according to
law.
Latterly it had come to the notice
of the authorities, through the investigations of the officers of the Canada Temperance association, that
many young girls attended these dances, young men also being present in
profusion, and that the sale of liquor
did not tend to improve the morals
of those present.
In concluding his announcement regarding this attitude now assumed by
the Commission, Judge Choquet said
that for dancing parties or halls it
will be of no use to make applications
i because all will be refused.
SNAP���N. W. '4 of Sec. 14. Tp. 10,
Langley; 160 acres of fine fruit
land; $45 per acre; $2,000 cash; 1,
2, 2 and 4 years.
SURREY ��� 25 acres in Section 27
Township 2, facing on Hjorth road;
$425 per acre; terms.
FOR    SALE���TWENTY    CORDS   OF
wood.    Apply S. J. News Office.
FOR QUICK SALE���34-FOOT PAN-
eled counter, with 3 foot solid fir
top ,at $2 per foot, Apply to Herbert
P. Vidal, Custom Broker, Market
Square, City.
FOR SALE���FOUR ROOMED COT-
tage; lot 50x132 cleared, fenced;
one block east of Twelfth Street
car. Price $1,400, terms. Apply,
Owner, 1024 Tenth Avenue.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
for oiae or two .adles, close to car.
615 Hamilton street, city.
TO RENT ��� COMFORTABLY FUR-
nlshed bedroom. Apply 713 Trew
street,  city.
FOR   RENT.
TO LET���SIX-ROOMED COTTAGE.
Vacant May 1. Rent .23. Apply
221 Hartco ptreet, evenings, between  6 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 Columbia Street.
FOR RENT���HOUSE AND 4 LOIS
in Burnaby, near car line, 5 rooms
and bath room, pantry, etc. Rents
for $12 per month. May lease for
6 months if tennent suits.
Gomez Selects Cabinet.
Havana, April 17.���Persident Gomez
yesterday appointed the following as
new members of the cabinet: Martin
Morua del Gado, secretary of agriculture and commerce, succeeding Orte'-
io Foyo; Congressman Mario Gracia
Kobly, secretary of public instruction,
succeeding Dr. Ramon, and Emilio del
Junco, secretary of justice, succeeding Luis Octavio. The latter is the
only Zayista member of tlie ministry.
Del Gado who was formerly president
of the senate ls the first negro to receive a portfolio.
SURREY���Southwest t/4 of Section 27
Township 2; price $00 per acre.
SURREY���N.W. i/4 of sec. 24, township 2; good soil and near Yale
road; $78 per acie, $4,480 cash; 6,
12, IS and 24 months .
SURREY���$400 per acre buys 120
acres on Hjorth road.
SURREY.
80 Acres in Sec. 10;  $100 per acre.
2 l-.ri Acres;  $1,000 the piece.
About 2 acres in Sec. 30;  $1,550.
40 Acres in Sec. 33; $350 per acre.
60 Acres in Sec. 36; $275 per acre.
40 Acres in Sec. 6; facing coast Mere
dian road;  $275 per acre.
160 Acres in Sec. 34, Tp.  8;   $45 per
acre.
PLANNING TO RUSH
MEN INTO TANANA
S. W. 14 Sec. 34, Tp. 7; $45
per acre.
SURREY���A fine subdivision or
ranch; 40 acies; the S.E. % Sec.
33, range 2, W.; price $35u per acre;
good terms.
LULU   ISLAND.
JEast half of XL;  3.15 acres.
34!) Feet waterfront; $22 per foot.
Lot 41, Block  11, Four North Range,
Six W. 4. N. 6 \Y., Group 1; 5 acres.
$300 per acre.
Range 5, Lots 16 and 17, Sec. 32 E.;
'"   10 acres;  $300 per acre.
Seattle, April 17.���A conference of
Tanana mine owners in Seattle and
vicinity, called yesterday by W. II.
Parsons, vice-president of the Washington Trust company, will meet Monday to formulate plans to rush 1,500
laborers as soon as possible to relieve the labor shortage around Fairbanks, wliich resulted from the stampede to the Idltarou.
The conference would have been
held yesterday had not several prominent mining operators been out of
the city. In order to secure a large
attendance, the meeting was postponed. As a result, of yesterday's informal discussion it Is practically decided to send the men into the interior by way of Lake Lebarge and down
the Y'ukon on the first boats. While
the men will not arrive In the Tanana
valley as quickly over that route, it
is thought lt. will be more certain and
cheaper than to send the men in over
the trail from Valdez.
FIGURES SHOW INUKEA8E
IN WORLD'S WHEAT SIIPI
Consumers   Must   Look   to
Hemisphere for Future
���Canada is Mighty Factor,
Wesl
Supp|e|
The world's wheat crop for i��7.|
j estimated   at     1,800,000,    [���''']
] The average  yield  in  the last
j years   was   about   3,30( '���' . I
els. In thirty-live years the I
jcrop of the United States has Inci
| ed from less than 300,000,000 bus
to more than 700,000,000 bushel
11875    Argentine      | i... ,.,j     ,
i enough wheat for iis domestic!
j ply.    Its crop of last yeai  was -i
1C0,000.000   bushels.    The (lirn'c���
Its statistical department says'
"It Is conservative to
SURREY���18 acres; 4 acres cleared;
facing on Townline road; lots 2 and
3 of N. E. 1-4 section 31, township
2;  price $350 per acre.
SURREY���3,000 feet of waterfrontage
containing 100 acres; price $21 per
front foot.
BURNABY.
Acres   cleared;    facing   Hastings
road; $3,750;  4-roomed house.
Acres in Block 7. D. L. ICC A, Group
3; $700 per acre; on Byrne road.
Acres best fruit land, near Burnaby
lake;   3 minutes from car;   with 0-
roomed  house,  fruit  house,  2  fruit
cellars,  2 chicken  runs,  wells, stable; $10,500; terms.
SURREY���20 acres, the south half
of northeast quarter of section 33,
range 2 west; $425 per acre, quar-
ter cash.
Real Estate
vs.
SURREY���$160 per acre buys 40 acres
of good land, the west half of the
northeast quarter of section 16,
township 2; good terms.
SURREY ��� $175 per acre buys 20
acres facing on Roebuck road;
known as Lots 10 and 11, Sec. 34.
Range 2 west.    Easy terms.
BURNABY���$100 cash and $15 per
month buys a flne large lot on Third
avenue, Burnaby, near city car line.
BURNABY���Two quarter acre lots
near Second street; an ideal location; price $300 each; easy terms.
BURNABY���2 large lots near city car
line; price $250 each; one-fourth
cash, balance $10 per month.
LANGLEY.
N. W. t4 See. 5, Tp. 11; 48 acres;
30 acres cleared; good house and
all improvements. Tbe buy includes
furniture and everything on the
the place. Price $6,100; $2,500
cash, balance arranged.
BRENING   &   CO.
General  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
Rooms  5 and  6.
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets
Phone 686.
Mortgages
FARM TO RENT ��� TO RENT OR
lease by the month or year, small
farm at Sunbury, good house and
barn; easy terms. Apply K., this
office.
POR EXCHANGE���FIVE ROOMED
House and lot ln Vancouver, value
$2000, for house and lot ln New
"Westminster. Apply, Box P. R.
News Office.
FOR  FIRST CLASS
JOB PRINTING
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
739   FRONT  ST.,  WINDSOR   BLOCK
Droprietress. Mrs. M. Domlny.
Guichon Hotel
Newest   and   Most   Up-to-Date   Hotel
in  the City.
Cafe Adjoins.     First Class Service.
Columbia  St. New Westminster.
Phone 18.
Bank of Montreal
J^aTABUSHED 1817.
CAPITAL ��14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. 8. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
.correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
(received ln sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
���annum (present rate).
Tota'i Assets over $168,000,000.00.
MEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. DRYMNER, Manager.
Some of our shrewd clients
are beginning to feel that outside property' is now nearly ���
as high as it is worth. They say
that the old stock exchange
axiom is good which says "Sell
when everyone wants them;
buy when no one wants them."
They have figured out that they
have done pretty well by real
estate and are now buying
mortgages. They say that seven
to eight per cent, is good for
such high class, gilt edged security���In fact there is no security better than a mortgage
on improved real estate which
has withstood all the scrutiny
given morgages which passes
through our hands. They feel
that with such mortgages
they can sleep pretty comfortably���no anxiety as to a possible drop in value.
If real estate has done well
for you, or If you are for any
reason looking for the greatest security in investment, it
will pay you to see us and
talk over the matter. Our
knowledge is at your disposal
without charge. Years of experience and study of financial
���matters of all kinds fit us to
speak with some degree of authority.
COQUITLAM���Two and three-quarter
acres on Pitt river road, including
house, barn; running spring on property; on surveyed car line running
to mills;  price $1,750;  easy terms.
LANGLEY���On Surrey line, 80 acres,
the west 1-2 of S. E. 1-4 of section
34, township 8; price $80 per acre;
easy terms.
CITY���6 room modern house on large
lot on Fourth avenue and facing
city car line. A beautiful home.
Price $3,500; easy terms.
WILSON,  COOK  &  CO.
Office:   Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
VICTOR A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6, Guichon Building.
Phone  681
A. G.  MARSHALL,
South Westminster Phone F507
SNAPS IN WATERFRONTS.
160 acres of good land under crop,
with 30 chains of waterfront. Price
only $500 per acre, on  terms.
14 acres excellent land with house
and buildings, with 21 chains waterfrontage. Railway through property.    Price  $8000, quarter cash.
160 acres nearby all cultivated, excellent land, waterfrontage North Arm,
near city.
_________ ' ���' '���' mate I
very soon the Argentine wl]| vj
excess of 200,000,000 buKlHstfJ
and will occupy the first rait
the exporting countries of t .,^
In 1871 Canada's wheat crotn,>
000,000   bushels.     Lust    yi ar .
nearly  :ten   times   that.    Since 1
opening  of  the century  Canada
Argentine have run a neck and n
race.    The  reported  figures
Increase In Argentine from 56,391
I bushels in 1901.    In the same pe
SURREY���4'/2 acres on Yale road un-lthe Canadian yield rose from 75J
der   cultivation   and   fenced;   price 1378 bushels to about  165.000,0001
balance 6, 12, 18 ] els.   Although a trifle behind Its cl
MILLER & JEWHURST   I
Opposite City Hall.
Room 7 Thompson  Blk.        Phone 669
Corner   lot   on   Blair   and  Sherbrook;
price $500;  terms.
$i,05u;  $30u cash,
and 24 months.
SURREY���106 acres facing on Town-
line road; 3-4 mile from waterfront;
price $100 per acre.
SCOTT ROAD���We have a number of
6 and 10-acre blocks close In and
right on car line from $200 per acre
up; an investment in this property
will make money for you.
SURREY���160 acres in S.E. '4 Sec.
21, Tp. 7. This property has 400
fruit trees planted; has the best of
soil; no stone; price $100 per acre;
good terms.
BURNABY���A 5-roomed house, close
to Edmond's Station on large lot;
cleared and planted; close to postofflce. school and church; price
$1,000; good terms.
nSmXER^JEWHU^
Opposite City Hall.
Room 7 Thompson  Blk.        Phone 699
KELLINGTON BROTHERS.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
6 Lots in West End for $2,100.
40 acres, with waterfront.
Good terms.
Sunbury.
One   acre   waterfront,    quarter
from Lulu Island bridge.
mile
40  feet   waterfront,    three     minutes
from bridge.   $50 per foot.
Apply for terms.
A. G. MARSHALL,
Estate Office.
South Westminster Phone F507
Full   sized  lot
enth avenue
car   line
".ii cash.
near  Sev
Kennedy  Subdivision
per acre;  near the
acreage  at
tram   line.
$225
Surrey ��� 10 acres in section 34;
house, barn, and several acres
cleared;  price $375.
Some very good
near tram line
market   value.
lots in Sapperton;
and school; below
Suburban  1  and  2.
KELLINGTON BROTHERS.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
petltor ln 1901, Canada led In ll
by a few million bushels.   The rti
ry between the Canadians and thel
gentlnes  during   the  nexl  ten ve|
promises   to   be intere 'in ..   it'
contest between the pampas tilled!
Latin Americans and the prairies
ed mainly by  "Anglo-Saxons."   Bl
have vast regions to be broughl anl
cultivation.       There is also a i    |
the matter of papulation of :.;:;i,f
in   1001,   and   believes  that she
more   than   7,000,000   Inhabitants!
1010.     Argentine's  figures    for
same years are respectively I. 2CJ
nnd 6,805,084.
About SO per cent of the . orll
supply of wheat conies from tho Wa
tern Hemisphere. Russia proper,
eluding Poland and cls-Caucasla, p|
duces about 20 per cent of fhe tot*
the remainder of Europe, Inrludlj
Great Rritaln about 35 per cent; Inf
about 10 per cent. The possible:
ture crops of Russia, including Slhl
la, are beyond reasonable istimal
The yield of the rest of Europe[
little likely to show nny .rent ml
The crops of India and Australh ml
he Increased. Askle from tho "
ly uncertain Russian factor, it Is|
the Western Hemisphere that
world must turn for its wheat.
The   nearly   doubled   demand   al
supply of the last generate <".mj
be regarded as either proof or tail I
surance of reptltlon of the experi��|
In the next generation.   Assuming]
material Increase In the price of t|
Commodity, the production  and    Ci
sumption   of  7,000,000,000  bushel"
1940 are not In pi      ' '"���   Tll�� pre|
or probability, however, is thai
mand will outstrip supply, and find
natural   check    In    advanced   pt;|
Wheat conditions will depend maij
upon  the  Intelll. once shown bv
farmers In selection of seed and
tivatlon of soil.
of Chipper
Little
Niagara
old  Evelyn  - ������������  .    ,   hT
dead   from   burns   received   w
clothing catching fire from a b��� '1
Curran.
Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd.
T.   R.   PEARSON,
Manager  N.  W.  Branch.
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625 Columbia Street
New   Westminster,   B.  C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. C.
And  at  336   Hastings  St.,  W.
Vancouver, B. C.    Phone 3650
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster Phone F507
Acreage  and  half acres;   near tram.
Easy terms.    South Westminster.
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; $5000; $2000
cash, remainder on terms.
132 Feet on Columbia street, New
Westminster; excellent view; double corner, with residence.
Two excellent lots; North Vancouver;
double corner; $100 cash, balance to
suit.
40 ft. Waterfront ; three minutes from
the bridge;  $60 per foot.
APPLY���
A.  G.   MARSHALL,
Real Estate Office. Phone F. 507
South Westminster,
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERT18E
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
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. IL  18. 1910-
THE DAILY NEWS.
,n Crates of
TOILET
SETS
Just In
HORN'S
from   $2.25
"^Westminster, K. t.
THHEE DAI AVIATION MEET
PROPOSED EOR OTTAWA
Big Aerial  Event  May Take Place in
Capital  City���Promoter  Investigating  Field.
BULL IS ! wants REOINA cm TO
PILING THEM IN1   mmi mi BWS
Ottawa. April 17.���The possibilities
for holuing a successful three uu)s'
aviation meet In uuawa some time
Ithis Bummer are now being enquired
Immigration Rush Frcm
England to Canada Smashes all Records.
London,
this summer are now being enqmreu     -������    April ^.-Unprecedented
Into by severul we.l known meu oi tn.; numbers ol Britons aie departing foi
., * Canada.      Sailings to
Capital.
me  matter has been brought    to "o
,,.���,.,,     uprineri    tue the  couil. m I   sailin
their allintluli by C.  \\. uenntu, mt noMnH_ ir, ,
man  who established  the circuit ot tog periods in������ , ,.
v.m'eville   tneatres   which   until   re- Nearly all I lerths on tl
vauaevme    """  s ,)0im(]  emigrant vessels are
CeMiyBe��nnef i '       ' negotiating with until  well Into the summer.
1 ,��kg men of MotJreal for the hold-     Tlie activity o   the Canadian
,.     t\    l ing machine meet In that ^aUon^offlce In London
Expenses of Conducting Caravanserai
Too Heavy to Permit of Profit-
able Business.
Regina, April  IT���Some consterm
tion  has been caused in the city
the  announcement  made    by   J.
Haslam of his Intention to close up
n*^k^mu      July  1,
that, al-
WINDSOR PEOPLE ARE
RELATED TO HALLEY
Windsor,    Ont.,    April    17���Direct
descendants of Edmund  Halley, who
discovered the comet, which ls about
to appear over the earth, are living
here In the persons of James L. Halley  and  his daughter.     Wm.  Halley,
brother of James L., made a study of
the Edmund  Halley  family tree, and
all  Its  branches and  at  the time of
bis death in Toronto, three years ago,
was In possession of evidence which
showed  conclusively  that  he and his
i brothers, the only one of whom now
were directly de-
^^^^^^^^^^^^  comet   discoverer
and  noted astronomer.
The parents of William and his brothers removed from England, the
birthplace of Edmund Halley, to Ireland. Some years ago William and
bis   brothers   came   to   Canada   from
prrjTT'":- < PAGE THREE.
FOSTER  MUST GO.
by I living is James L
11.   scended   from   tin
uufl a   ui    i.iiimir.   ,u e   W'lMlllil��   lui   [ait
nada.     Sailings for tlie llrst three the palatial King's hotel on
ntlis of 1910 are likely to exceed Lex)    Tlu, reason'given is        ^^
.previo::;;:.:/?;:::;!^-^ -he hotels always well fined.
He Canadian- the enormous floor space assessments  .u,   -""���  "   William was as
hooked |on the whole institution, together witn   u ���   ^..   j; Roaa RobertBnni edl-
ttie large electric light and water DlllS   ^ ^ ^ Toron(o Telegram, and was
.cause a big deficit, making it ImpoB-   otherwi8e prominent in literary work.
o - - 3 unceasirig.       . ,    ,   , , ,   ,e nm at a pro-1 ��,,  ��.�� m��n>h.r�� of the family won
ciiy some'Vime In May or June. It publishes a striking advertisement |*lbl<\��.01 ,*	
He has been in touch with all the  representing Canada
hading aviators on this continent aud
��1LS
SPECIALS i;
|N(wand  second-HandI    Furnl-
INW   , Bought   nnd   Sold
��� .   ���. for   Baynes'   Carriages
K'capita,   M��K   Separators
SKon,H3nd    Bicycles    from
' j-o  to   $25.00
GENERAL   REPAIRING
Front Street
Phone 275
Hineral Waters
Aerated Waters
has secured frfcin them an expression to Greal   Brit
of willingness to participate in a ser-      "Canada."  it  .
les of meels to the big cities of the f;it alul fert11'   ;  ���'
United Stall's anu Canada, mciudiug is a tond of glorl
Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto. portunlty.    Wheal
The cost of a three aay meet, in Ot-   1*7-20)  an acre I       list _ 	
tawa is estimated in the neighborhood  ,,,; shillings ($14.40).   Two years' rem
i $36, I, of which $20,000 is set by  "'   ;:i   Uoplisli  farm  will   purchase  a
foi   casa   prizes   foi    tne   competing freehold  of  improved  land  of  equal
viators.   That is a big sum of moneyi i Canada,   where the field crops
but  II Is believed thai Interest is now  brought to the farms in 1909   ��120,-
bo keen in the flying machine aud the  wu.uuu t
blgh state ol eftii lency it has attain-     "Wanted, al once, 5,000 experienced
l in the last two years, that many   f;"',!1   h:i1111*   f("'   I" rmanenl   employ-
������  |je drawn   ::;' ,!' '':l '',l' farms ol Western Canada.
A- en  ye irly   wages,    ��67    ($365)
with  living."
The Canadian Pacific and the Grand
Trunk railways re-enforce the call of
the   Salvation   Army,   and   advertise,
:ind women
etui-   ,
s unceasirig. ] o(hlo for the ho|., |0 be run at a pro-! AU the members of the family
  as a .huge fun.;lflt.    Mr. Haslam communicated these ' of  a  studious turn  of  mind.
nol out of which gral
Kingston Paper Says Party Must Suffer if He Remains.
Kingston, April 17.���The Standard
(Conservative) in an article on the
Ottawa situation says: It ls assured
that George Taylor, chief Conservative whip, will retire from office, thc
course he wished to take a year ago.
Hon. George E. Foster in an article-
says that after years spent ln the-
service of the people he is actually
worse oft than when he began the
battle for them for honest and progressive government.
But though Mr. Foster answers li>
this manner, the public attitude towards him Is clearly not friendly, at the
moment, and regrettable though IL
may be, it Is likely to continue to be
anything but friendly, so long tis he
is In the political limelight. The con-
sentience is if Mr. Foster remains In
the party, in the semi-official positionl
as first lieutenant to Borden, the party will unjustly suffer by reason o^"
his presence.
tun-   ni.    air.  nas.an. a..,., ���
pouring in-   facts to the city council, and put up a j
proposition as follows:    He bad plan-,
you 160 Led to build an addition of 25 feet on
....   nothing.    If   the north side of the   present hotel,
lilne and op-   BiX ;. ���-ies high, and make the presenc
^^^^^H hillings   i:,       ,,,,.,,  the same height.    The ad-
and sells for
PRINCESS CHARLOTTE CLIPS
NINETY SECONDS OFF RECORD
b rie.; of
i lands of people would
to i ittawa, to    w itness
flights.
The Bcene of the flights would have
tn be a (airly level plain aboul a mbe
���ami a half long by a quarter of a mile  ""   ������"���������	
wide.   It would hav< to be Bomewbere "work guaranteed to men
thai could be conveniently reached by '" Canada."
[electric   or   steam   ears.       Alo.i :   'ne
i     <   IIM'I riU      "I       . LOO I'l     v-.l�� ��.
: Britannia line has been suggested.
.      Such an attraction in Ottawa arounc
�� iv,i- tmd ru-ic Holiday wil
Graham Foster, writing in the
Daily Mail, declares that Americans
are   swamping   Western   Canada  and
 f-    The
Such an attraction in Ottawa around  "���*=   .",..���������,���������������
Dominion Day and Civic Holiday Will  urees more Britons "> emigrati
undoubtedly bring thousands of peo- Iwn nnd women responding th
lllill       Uli;       .-MUM*.       aa^-c	
dition and the front part of the nwn:
,,,.,, [| ,ors he would convert Into om-
and   ase   the  remainder   o    tne
;      llng  for  hotel   purposes    as    at.
.   giving 80 per cent, ot the en-
tir n tructlon  for  hotel   purposes.
The proposed addition would Involve
an investment of $100,000. He requested the city to guarantee Uie
bonds, and take a first mortgage on
the Investment, besides reducing the
electric light rate on the entire building :::. per cent, and cutting the water
rate In half. Mr. Haslam stated that
the rates on these commodities in
similar institutions in the United
States and to the East were always
smaller to large hotels. Under these
conditions he stated that he could
wipe out tlie present $70,000 mortgage
on the hotel and clear off the new in-
MAY   DAY   FETE.
Moyle, April 17.���The members ot
the Moyle Miners' Union are making
arrangements to hold a May Day ceie-
hration on Aldridge park on Monday
May 2, the proceeds from which are
- ������       -Iiu.   \r,���lr^
Victoria,   April   1 >.���Tim     Princess
Charlotte cut marly  a  minute and  a May 2   tne P���""Df *;^0f '& i0"ej6t
��5 from the record held by the Prta- U, be de      ed toi -C f  '^'nilN. S.L
cess Victoria for the run between here ed-out minere in    ' ,       ,     , at
;,ml   Seattle  when   she   made  Ibe  dis- The  n- "v      ' f ���,^, = n, anrf
tance   in   two  hours,   fifty-seven   mm- work p..'P.ni  -        '"       . , b
������es and a half yesterday afternoon. t   is  "P^^^^tbS   tnatchi
The    Victoria's   best  time  for the large  attendance.    *
distance  was made two    years    ago between two selectedyearns ^
when  she covered  the distance from assured,   while   a
Brotchie   Ledge   to   Four-Mile   Point dance will
in two hours and fifty-nine minutes.
line   a   iwami.   u.,...
also form part of the pro-
grain.
________&3Sm2z*
undoubtedly bring thousands of peo- men ana """"���'" '^\^t^...^  , .....
pie to the City, and it is thought that  a,'�� of tlle b('st duality in the history
nn.st of thc leading merchants would of u'e movement.   The majority have
support   the  proposal.    It  has  even SU(,ep:'ed   st   hoi ' -
been   suggestted   that    the    Ottawa
board of trade take up the matter.
In connection with the meet there
'would be something of the nature of
a carnival with processions and side-
urges more unions iu cm._i��..*..    ...~   OI1 u ,     , 	
men and women responding this year  debtedness   incurred   by   the   enlarg
���    ������-���' i      in the history   mfent in 20 years.   The loss on    the
suceeded al home and many have
capital. Numbers of them are travelling first or second class instead
of  third class.
NOVA SCOTIA TO  HAVE
PROVINCIAL POLICE
Manufactured by
I.
IB"3
present institution, which was originally intended, for a business block,
had been $40,000 even with the good
business that existed during the time
the hotel had been running. Mr, Haslam also stated that unless the council could see their way to consider
bis proposal the furnishings of the
hotel, valued at $40,000, would be removed to another city in Western
Canada, where inducements had been
offered.
The communication from Mr. Has-
-  ���    ����������� -count)
jiW**
B.   C.
NEW WESTMINSTER
ptytone 13. Office. Elgbth St. |
Till'. MEALS AT THE
i    Mr. Bennett witnessed the meet at ...      i���rii 17 ���Attorney.General
' AMr"- C,tI; Slid he SucTod   to  MacSn hasttrJduced in the House
;similar meets could be conuucieu iaaembly a bill for tlie organiza-
ssrs= :;ss^ msmm
monoplanes.   int such aumber ���r provincial offl- """"J"^ u7u��suai and out of the
bru���t^7n STnaoa.    -j. ,;;;;;. fflaTSflS ����'__f**^TLa*aS
ious   Charges   Against
Faction.
Madriz
|Lytton Hotel
m Wared   by expert  ''bite
tuSufetlie cleanest and most
Kiu.. kitchen   In  the   city.
12MIENL TICKET   $4.50 ZZr^'^ f��\ ~%���>\
,.,    , ,.-..q nrlven liom i
>n,   anu   im.   eu"���
are to ...-uui... ��.. u  .���--- .h.rted     it was decided by the coun-
Bigned to provincial constables in re-  eluded.   It was lble t0 deai
latum to the preservation of the peacd   ci   hat it woma      ^ of the
the   prevention  of  crime and  of  of-  wl n   .     ", .     clerk    waB
fences against the  laws    of the  Do-   !^ ,    ^'.^^orm  Mr.   Haslam  to
'��i��i0��' .,        ,t      fnr  Sis effect.    Some  of  the    aldermen
If any municipal council applies for  this eneci procedure would
police and agree to pay for the same   con '^,e^ ,��� _ guaranteeing
the      Lieutenant-Governor-in - Council  be legal ana     ��     ^ ^ reduc ion
mav  use bis discretion  in causing a  of bonns on
New York. April 17. - Barbarities
are bel���g perpetrated in Oianada b>
the Madriz faction, on men an4 women
noncombatants, according to Restate-
ment of Carlos    Chamorro, who ar um. iM.   uji3v  .
rhed yesterday on the steamship Al- proclamation to be issued   declaring of a
mea ���             '   --    '     '       Senor ...   cl,���,,  ���,tv   tnwn  or municipality   rate!
nds on hotels and tne reuu ..���    m
4y;iSr:.S��Ki!    purchaser
Difty Electric Works
ltjU     	
Ictrlc bight surpasses the Coal Oil
JWandGaB.   Costs less and gives
Jtioulilc.   See us about the lighting
I* your Imiii!., ,..���   ,.i..,..,
B0urliou8e or store.
I*Columbia St.
Phone 304
* GOOD    FRIEND    ALWAYS
" you deposit your money for
f��ety in The Bank of Toronto
I' W|,| ,,.
It,
i Chamorro was driven from his home
by the Madriz faction, but has been
keeping in close touch with the situation through correspondence.
As one instance of tbe alleged brutality of the Madriz party, Senor Chamorro told of the ciuelties resulting
in the death of Don Manuel Antonio
Coronel, a highly respected and wealthy plantation owner of Bl Monbacho,
about twelve miles from Granada.
Senor Coronel was suspected of h. ing
in sympathy with the Estrada government, and on his refusal to contribute ti large sum as a forced loan
tp tbe Madriz government, he was
seized  by  a   party  of    soldiers    and
bound.
The soldiers  abused  and  beat    the
planter because he could not go along
at, fast as their horses wanted to go,
D is said.   He was made to walk behind   the  soldiers,  who dragged him
along for some distance by ro; es attached to the horns of their saddles.
Senor Coronel  was a corpulent  man
nnd advanced  in  years.    Under   the
brutal  treatment,    Senor    Chamorro
says that he collapsed an.l after being
.dragged some dlstanen. died, llis body
I was left by the roadside unbruriod, It
it   said,   and   the   soldiers   continued
on   their   way   to   Granada   to   report
that be had been killed because he attempted to escape.    Great  indignation
was  aroused   when   tlie  bruised  body
was found  in  the  highway  partly  .le-
VOured   hy   Wild  animals   and   carrion
birds.    The  Incident   caused   many of
Senor Coronel's kindred  'o 1 -ave the
country  and  go to Bluefields, where
I they enlisted wilh ibe Estrada forces.
Senor Chamorro also told of the 1m-
iprisontnont  of a beautiful young wo-
,1111111. Benorita  Dolores Zelaya, a dis-
'����� f.n-ieor    dictator.
lotei s   w����"   ��� - ,
���.������_.. ._  .-   .. . ,      hnt thought it would not ne a
that   such   city, town   or   municipality   ��*,"�� t ke ,n  the  case  of
shall be one of the places in which a  ^ise mov. .       _.,.,  ���ot(lWial,
,      >       _._1!-���      *������.���      rtlinll llrt S
A block of 10 lots in Sapperton.   Price $225 per lot.    One
third cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
A block of 18 full sized lots in
Burnaby, beautiful view.
$450 each. Terms to suit the
i Sold singly or en
provincial police
tinned.
force
be
  _, nove to iHjse  in   v	
sta-  single hotel, as it would establish
precedent.
block
SURREY
PROPERTY
We have Buyers for
parts of the city.
Houses
Owners
in
all
pply to
*iil be safe while you leave
nnd ready when you need it,
and it will be
fillTheTime
jarning tor you three per cent.
Merest, small or large sums
"ay be deposited at any time.
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.
TO MAKE MONEY    I
  ^
80   BRANCHES
ln Ontario,   Quebec   and   ti��e
West.
c*PlTAL
"EST
.$4,000,000
. 4,750,000
fonkofToronto
NE^ Westminster, b. c.
BRANCH
J' Gracey, Mgr.
f in,, former   dictator,
Hint ^latlve of the foi mer ft
��� She  was   seen    ��^���*q���   Kmlllano j
Senora Chanrf.ro and <?em
Oha/nprro.*: JUgJ eg fe?s and bu, i
captured by Mam is ��� chamorro
|1S fe^S25 ".��   ��� vi:c
dunaeon. ������nninirs are only a
"These two ftW?$ �� mPn,lon
few of  many   that   1  ""*1"u���hnt thev
.. 0���ih Mr Chamorro,   but tney
to you,   said mi'���'-'        despotisni of
8h0W the ernel ties and ��e ^
rlT,i ST week l3 are fresh in
I the last  few we just as
m memory,   scores^ know
bad have occi rred^ M g
|j*f  ni,"^lons in GfaSa a?e little
The conditions >n u ^ gp)e
short of a reign v��. ,       of
and idlers ����e doBRlnB     * ^^
SSTSbwr��� thc chamo,ro
family" .	
r  P   R. Signs Agreement.
C* Anrii 17��� The Canadian
Winnipeg. April if. me.
paclflC   railway   and   �� t yest. r
chanics signed an n^     arrangement
day for one year. follnW,_e the
is the same as Ui 1 ��� m, Ue
arbitration    Pr0T^e(,Sanlcs gained
Money Maker
SCOTT ROAD
|" The Gateway of the Delta"
160 acres in section 25.   155 acres in section 18
165 acres in section 18.   120 acres .n sect.on 12.
All the above are on the Scott Road and the
prices iange^m $110 to $150 per acre.
See us for full particulars.
W. Are Sure Sellert.
E. J. FADER
Northern Crown Bank Building. Phone^S
Canadian Securities
Company, Iii
PEARSON, Manager.
The Dominion
Trust
10 room house on Ash Street;
modern; will rent for $22.50 per
month.   Cash $1200, balance easy.
Cleared lot on 8th street, near t
5th avenue. Cash $700, balance 6 ���
and 12 months.
Opposite Queens Avenue Methodist Church, 103 x 132 feet.   $3000
cash, balance 6 and 12 months.1 x
This is the best buy in the city t
today. . . . . ���
Symmes & Crandell
Dean Block, Columbia St.          3 Doors Fnm Bank ol Montreal
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���PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
The Daily News
Correspondence
COUNTING NOSES HAS
Published by Tne Dally News Publlsn-
ins Company, Limited, at their offices, j ~" ~~~ " ~    '
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria \ _  <Tlro Daily News is not responsible
Streets. i    '"     e ��l)U11��ns expressed by its cor-
PERILS IN ALASKA
respondents.)
& A. Paige Managing  Director
PLEA FOR Y. VV. C. A.
Census    Enumerator    Goes    Through
Ice, Losing Dogs, Outfit and
Papers.
MONDAY, APRIL  18, 1910.
j Editor, Daily News:
Sir,���I read with great pleasure of
DAHOTANS TRY HARP TO
KEEP MEN FROM CANADA
Weird Yarns Circulated in Vain Effort
to   Restrain   Flowing   Tide
of Immigration.
TORY DISORGANIZATION.
As  time  wears on the  position  of j
a movement in favor of a V. W. C. A. I    Seward,  April   17.���The   winter   in
building in the city   and wouid  like   th ion of the Alaska peninsula has
to give a business girls views on the .,    ,
subject. been an exceedingly  severe  one, ac-
1 lived at the Hotel Russell for six ! cording   to   reports   which   reach   Se-
! months before finding suitable private ; ward.    The mercurv  hovered  around
ihe Conservative party in the House accommodation    and   m-mv   i   bm���   �� v i i
.uLuiiniiouaiion,   ami   many   a   weaiy   (;5  degrees  below  zero  upon  several
of Commons becomes more ridiculous. ; mile I tramped uphill, after business occasions, and altogether was the
There is no longer any attempt to hours, in my search for rooms; I , most severe known there in years,
hide the all too apparent fact that ?����?lder Wself very fortunate now in Adolph Hackmeir, the census enum-
Mr Borden is the party leader ln j ��Vlngl.,a" "K'eeable landlady, but I ; orator, had a hard experience while
.''J nl EJ���JTrfhta��Lin�� MftenwD??f ?y flrst experiences in engaged in the census enumeration,
name only.    Instances of his waning New Westminster. i While  on  one   of  his  trips   his  dog
power to control hts party are bap- j I feel sure that if the business men team broke through the ice, and the
jiening frequently. Whilst his sup- of this city realized what very little dogs, sled, outfit, census papprs etc.,
nosed followers disdain his advice ��� accommodation there ls here for girls, i were lost, and Hackmeler himself
*h���v d�� nnr Brnmle tn avail them- .5 ?i d glady resPoml to the ef- had a narrow escape.
the. do not scruple to avail them f t;s that are being made to provide' Some time later Charles Boudry,
selves  of  the  shelter which   his  po-1 a Y. W. C. A. the  ma���  carrk>r   on   the  route  fro��
sition affords them. There is in fact | i bere are a number of girls who Cold bay to Bristol bay points, lost
_ decided absence of that sense of w",lld Patronize a good lunch room his dog team near the same place
loyalty   which   the   members   of   any j ��,��"_�� ^ .TtSSaSSto ��3SSJS? i *""* **��� MoUta��t b-��1 HWtawtar-
North Portal, Sask., April 17.���Settlers arriving here from the United
| Stales give some weird accounts of
stories being circulated by trainmen,
commercial travellers and merchants
along the line in North Dakota. These
people see the best class of farmers
slipping from their grasp, so to speak,
and do their best to deter the intending settlers from moving any farther
toward Canada but, notwithstanding
all the stories, crowds of settlers continue to pour through this gateway-
bound for the Canadian west.
They say the treatment they receive
from the Canadian officials on the
boundary beat anything they had anticipated. Not only is every kindness
shown to them, but their cattle and
horses are given the very best of
attention.
party are expected to display towards  there is no place in  the city at  the
their leader.
| present time that caters for business
Among the more aggressive of the' glrls  and   "'ey   would   appreciate   .
faithless ones are many who delight; j^,,��� where there was no *~��* j Expl
GARLIC ROUTS A COURT.
Ju   hearing   their  own   voices.    Tliey
will talk interminably upon the most
I
osion   of   Exhibit   A    Results
Hasty  Adjournment.
San   Francisco,   April   17.���An   ex-
The Y. M. C. A. workers have met
with   a   generous   rsponse    to   their
trivial  subjects.      These  men   waste j requests;   let  us  hope  the  girls'  ap-1 plosion of a bottle of garlic, held as
the precious time ot the House, and|^a. Z,!.��� "ot.    , in ,vain; '.et.the Par-1 exhibit  "A," in  the case of  Andrew
render no useful service to
.try.    There are a few on the
vatlve side, men of real Intelligence j called upon to battle with the w'orltL I yeBterdayT"When   court   reconvened
ana understanding, who have the good '- a"d lof [henl do a" tiiey can to for-1 Judge Conlin announced that he would
;ouse, and!'   ,' " " "ot De ln valn'. 'et the par-  exhibit  "A," in  the case of  Andrew
the coun-! Te* TJ��m��n7 t^lTl ��f their ��Wn I Gortondl' <****V* with sweeping
,p Pnnspr f,?h , aSind that perhaps at some refuse into the street, led to a hasty
ie conser- future  date their  own  girls  may  be \ adjournment of the police court here
sense to recognize what is due to
their leader. These men speak but
seldom, and when they do the government not infrequently gives consideration to their views Such men
.are likely to do really good work for
their country.
But    generally    the    Conservative
party  is torn by dissension  and  dls-
ward  this   movement  tn  their  home
city.
K.  BUCKLEY.
New Westminster,  B. C, April  17,
defer sentence, as the odor of garlic
had upset his usual judicial poise.
MOTHER  IS HUMAN TORCH.
With  Clothes  Aflame  She  Drops Her
Baby in Time to Save Its Life.
Glenwood Springs, Col., April 17.���
Her clothes catching fire while she
was holding her babe in her arms,
the young wife of Roy Randall, a
ranch manager, near Eagle, ran
screaming out of doors today and was
literally roasted to death, but dropped the baby in lime to save Its life.
The husband witnessed the tragedy
from a distance, but was unable to
reach his wife in time to help her.
!
PILES' BILL  HITS  BACK
AT   CANADIAN   FISHERS
Washington,   April   17.���Senator   S
trust.   One half of the party does not [ H. Piles introduced a bill in the son-
know what the other half Is engaged
in. It ls said Mr. Foster never consulted caucus, neither did he disclose
what bis own Intentions were, before
bringing any matter up in the house.
The result was, he was the only man
on his side ready to speak on the
question, the others had to follow
along as best they could.
Recently a document was prepared
by some Conservatives on "The Two
Parties and the Empire." It dealt
with many matters. Several leading
Conservatives spoken to said they
never heard of it before it was shown
to them, and there are many statements in It of which they disapprove.
Poor politics they call It. Yet this
document is being franked out of the
House by the thousand. It is campaign literature, pure and simple, and
many Conservative members see it
for the first time in print. This is
one example of lack of united purpose which keeps the party in a turmoil.
Contrast with the disorganized condition of the opposition the excellent
sense of loyalty and the spirit of
camaradie which prevails among the
Liberals. There is no doubt or question among these as to who Is the
leader. They recognize the supremacy of Sir Wilfrid Laurier without
hesitation. When he reaches a decision or expresses his views his
party has implicit confidence in his
judgment and follows him to a man.
This is one of the main sources of
strength on the Liberal side.
ate yesterday providing that no sock-
eye salmon shall be exported from
the United States, except when frozen
canned, salted, smoked or cured. The
bill was introduced at the request of
the salmon fishers of Puget Sound,
who say that a similar Canadian law
discriminates against them in that
they cannot get any fresh sockeves
from British Columbia while the Canadians get all they want for curing
or canning from the United States.
Manufacturing Sites.   Waterfrontage and Trackage
Let us have yours on our list soon as you possibly can. It will
probably be to your advantage.
Only three left of our fifixl65 ft. lots at Edmonds and they are advanced in price 25 per cent, on our former price of .250.
These are still good buying, and will make a decided advance
within the next few weeks. Thc terms are good and so is the soil.
A.-l car service, water system, park, postofflce, church and school.
Up out of the fog.
PATTERSON COMPANY
657 Columbia  St. Phone  698
J^^And at the "Cedar Cottage" of New Westminster, Edmonds.
Phone F. 208.
1
For $11,000
STERLING   TESTIMONY.
No class of people appreciate  con-
. genial   surroundings better  than   the
American farmers, who, flocking Into
the  Canadian  west,  find   a   country
where the law is enforced and where
it is  no respector of persons.    This
Is proved  by a letter received  by a
Chicago   newspaper   from   a   former
Minncsotan, who  has  bought a  farm
in Saskatchewan, and, after telling of
the crops, the railways, elevators, and
the influx of settlers, concluded:  "I'll
tell you what It bolls down to.   Ever
.since the settlement of this country
began  it  has  understood  and  recognized  that  the man  who breaks the
law Is going to be jailed.    It doesa't
matter lf he ls as spry as a gopher
or as  husky  as  a  buffalo.    It  don't
make any odds if he can crawl into a
prairie dog's hole.    If he breaks the
Jaw  he  is  going  to  be  jailed, good
iind  sure!     He can  have  fifty  guns
sind $50,000, he can have any sort of
tlame pull you like���but  he  is  just
igoing  to  be Jailed.    It  may  take  a
<day, a week, or a year;  but he'll be
jailed sure.   Maybe he'll kill a Northwest policeman���may be he will. Well,
then he'll hang for a dead sure thing!
He'll  never  buy a Northwest policeman, nor he'll never oscupe jail If he
breaks  the  law.    All  Canada  knows
it, and that's why this country  Is a
good country to live In."   That Is the
.���aort    of    an    advertisement    which,
^coupled   with   trea   homesteads   and
rich crops, is causing the "American
Anynaion"  of  Canada.���Ottawa   Free
JPrcss. ,.   ....., ., .;...,L,   li   .
Seven Lots on 12th St.
facing the Carline, close
to Third Ave. and the B.
C.P.R. Shops. One Third
Cash, balance six, twelve
and eighteen months. . .
This is a BUY
W. J. KERR
MONDAY, APRIL  18
'9101
THE
Just Think
it Over
Another Big]
Suit Special
See the Showing
in our Window
An entirely new lot, the balance of a very special purchase that!
only arrived on Saturday marked for o,ulck selling. Come and ev-l
amine the styles, the materials, the linings (in many cases they are!
silk lined), and the finish ln these Ladles' Suits. Compare thel
garments with any at this figure or within ten per cent, of lt froml
the catalogue houses; you'll see tbe advantage of buying where youl
can examine the goods���where you can see what you are getting!
for your money. Our first special only lasted a few days���this oriel
will hardly last that long, to judge from the smart models includedl
in the lot. New colors, too: Ki se, Wistaria, Saxe Blue, Cream, Grey."
Qreen  Taupe and  Black  are among the shades offered.
All One Price $19.75]
Natural Pongee
35c Yard
500 yards of Natural Pongee Silk at a price tbat yoa fill t>ot]
be able to get It for after this lot is sold. We are able to offer It j
at this figure only on account of taking a large Quantity. Get some|
now; 2(i Inches wide.
35c per Yard
BREAKFAST AT THE " ROYAL
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Ever wake up In the morning with that "no appetite" feel'nB-
That's the very time you need a well-cooked meal���something tM'
will tickle the palate and create an appetite. For unless you ����
eat a good breakfast you can't expect to do a good day's w��r
Come to the "Royal"���the season's best edibles are on the menu,
Fruit, Cerals, Fish, Fowl, Egggs, Meat ��� deljcloutlyly cooked and
daintily  served. We  move  upstairs next week.
THE ROYAL CAFE
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APBIU  18, 1910-
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE F1VK.
NEWS  I      Rest Tea is Cheapest���Always |p
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[f GAMES WID
Ci MAY NOT TAKE PUCE
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by
Sir L^J m~~��.      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
is the best value because it is richer, more I
n .     Q ,, fragrant and healthful than other teas. |
Flatly Decline to Come Out   on   Date.   Set| ^^   ^^    ft ^^ nQ      ^e.   I
lilac*, Mlwd .ad Natural Green, 40c, 50c, 60c and 70c per lb.        ���        |
f'stees   But Declare Willingness to   Break UP|     _
Schedule   and   Come   in   July-Westminster I _
A
ied of High-handedness
ttltude   on  the   Minto
J{lon has been received.
!S��Uef' ink and there is now
fedb eastern challengers
^!h?.',, here in June. Here
itif letter:
; ff
B!''"'    . .inater Lacross Club.
to�� *?ff_5 did not wire
hb sorry mav .��� ~-
.Saturday In answer to our tele
I.  our league  was  ln   session
\t were obliged to draw up our
vs schedule   I am sorry to say
fi, is impossible for us to make
.trio in June; but hope you will
. Z to give us July 18 und  2;?,
iWednesduv with one of those Bat-
Llv; and will  ask  you  to  kindly
teme as quickly as possible.
Our league schedule  Is  now  com-
Keaod'l am sure that your  club .
JasonaWe enough   to   appreciate
L��'iih a seven club league, as ours J
fe is not an easy matter to draw
a schedule which allows one club
Kaj out of it for three or  four
is there are a great many details
, ��e arranged at this end for a
tlpsacti as this would be, 1 wlll ask
Bl to kindly wire me.
W. B. FINDLAY,
President Montreal Lacrosse Club.
Montreal. April 11, 1910.
I tbe writer is a little astray ln the
IW sentence  of   the   letter,   where
Is sorry that be was not wired. As
bmatter ot fact, Secretary Ryall has
It copy ol a telegram sent on tbat fatal |
���ferday, Intimating that the schedule
hire tad already been drawn up and
Itould not be changed on a day's no-
lite.  But  probably   the   messenger
h; in the Montreal telegraph office
looked too many cigarettes that day
udlereot to deliver the message.
It present th<> whole matter is ln
ttelap of the gods and lf it ever gets
nt 0! that   uncomfortable   position
Minto Cup trusteee may take hold
''. The Westminster club has not
1u >   1   the   .ioi>' proposition   as
jrtttithere Is no particular reason ,
tU:. should.
The attitude of P. D, Uoss on the
flh . jsestlon  may have something
tttoliithe way the Montreal men .
GtMMqplng   the   Minto    games.'
MomraJuated to have an eastern
referee, ft<ra they  could    get   ac-
qusloted ir.1. on   the  way   out,  and
��'��� :'���.'��� :. :yers interviewed P. 1).
R��s i He subject with the hW of
wearing bia moral support.   But P. D.
WrlgWon the bullseye with tbe
curt retool,   His historic statement
Mtlat occasion  amounts   to   this:
KWWeitmlnster came east and won
��.JintoOu|i under eastern officials.
11 a up to eastern clubs going west
W" the cup to play  under western
officials."
r D. ever dies, western lacrosse
��". ��iil contribute to have those
W'wients engraved on his monu-
men*.
The following despatch trom Mon-
���OULD-BE CHAMPS IN  1909,
BUT NOBODY CARES IN 1910
treal shows the eastern viewpoint of
the situation:
',    Montreal, April  IT.-���Whether  Montreal, champions of the N. L. U., wlll
go after tbe Minto Cup this summer
j all   depends  on   whether    the    New
t Westminsters will agree to change tbe
dates   named   by   the   trustees   from
June to July.   At a meeting held last
.Thursday night the Montreal committee  definitely  decided  that  it  would
be impossible to play New Westminster on June 18 and June 113, as ordered   by   the   trustees   with   the   clubs
failed to agree to dates.    Several reasons   led   up   to   the   decision.     One
; was   that  the   dates   named   arc   too
early   for  an   eastern  team,  and   an-
i other that  a canvass of  the players j
showed that some of the men could I
not  possibly get away ln June.  Montreal accordingly wired that night to
New    Westminster    stating    that   lt
would be impossible to make tbe trip
in   June,   and   asking  tbat   dates   be
suggested for July.   The wire received
. in answer was to tbe effect tbat New
Westminster would  nave to get permission before changing the dates. "By
permission it ls presumably meant tbe
1 consent of thai two-club league on tbe
I coast, which should be an easv matter.
Montreal wired back in reply stating that the Nl L. U. was meeting on
Saturday, and Montreal would have
to make Its arrangements at once if
the team was to go west at all.
A reply to this was anxiously awaited by Montreal officials on Saturday
but none was received.
When  it  came  to  the  drawing  ot
the schedule Montreal then went right
ahead, and played Its own hand.   The
union was asked by Montreal for per
' mission  to  play  cup  games  between
July   '.1   and  July   30,  and  when   the
situation   was   explained   tbe   permission   was   granted.     Montreal,   as   a
matter of tact, is left off the schedule
from July 1 to August 6.
lf New Westminster now decides
not to grant their change from June 1
to July dates, Montreal will not go
west this year, unless, of course, it
Should win the championship again,
and B series should be arranged in
the fall. However, it seems more
likely   the   cup   holders   will   give   in.
and   an   arrangement  tor  games  on
j July 16 and 23 arranged.
New   Westminster   has   acted   In   a
'rather high-handed way throughout all
the   negotiations.    Montreal   was  anx-
' Ious   to   go   west   last   fall,   but   New
Westminster get  out  of a series by 1
pleading With  the trustees that  their,
team bad already had a hard season,
, that  it  was too late. etc.
Montreal then opened tbe negotiations tor a series this summer at an
early date, giving the ('upholders
every opportunity to make suitable
arrangements. Again unwill. ngness
to meet Montreal halfway was shown.
The same attitude bus been shown In
tbe referee situation, the westerners
refusing to concede that one eastern
man should be chosen
AMATEUR LACROSSE MEN
ELECT OFFICERS FOB KEAH
WINNERS OE MUS SHIELD ||
BANQliETTED ON SATURDAY *
Annual Meeting on Saturday Evening
Was Long Gab Fest���No Champions  Last Season.
One Hundred and Fifty Guests Make
Merry    Over     Festive    Board-
Speeches and Toasts.
Six-room, one and one-half storey
Cottage ln the West End. All modern conveniences. Faces a 06-foot
street and backs on a 50-foot lane.
Price $2,400; .300 cash, balance $15
per month.
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For a city that aspired to tho position of the Minto Cup last year,
Regina does not seem to be troubled
'ith like aspirations this year. J""1,
"ad this, culled from the Hegina
leader:
Wanted!   Someone   to   set  tho   la-
Ooue ball rolling in Regina again.
Tho Drewry and Chipman trophies
Otthe Western Canada Lacrosse association, wen two years ago, have
W been wrested from the local club
Wd all thai Is necessary to put a
���""idi of able-bodied defenders in tne
Md is somebody to take the Initiative,
Many of the old guard are still available iiiiil several new men of abil-
P are floating around the city an*
lo��s for the call to arms. Among Ibe
men who would undoubtedly nsslst In
'"fining  a   first-class  team  are   Vote
wewnrt, Jack Stephenson, Alex. Mc-
wry, "Iteddy"     McLean,   Beckett,
Nierlngton, Jack Martin, Pan  Lee,
% Hogarth, Jack McLeod,  Dickson
N Hugh Corrigan, the latter being
l\yin..i r,,. ..     ���r��H  one
National.
At Chicago��� R. H. E.
Chicago     S   13     1
Cincinnati      2     V     0
Butteries��� Mclntyre and Needham;
Cantweel. Gnspar nnd Clarke. Umpires���O'Day and Brennan.
SATURDAY'S BASEBALL.
Itv
~" nufcii  lorrigan,  rno  um>wi   -	
j.Winnipeg Shamrock man, and one
o! the best players ever turned out m
ll'e Manitoba capital.
National.
At   St.   Louis���St.   Louis-Pitt Bburg
game postponed; rain.
At Cincinnati��� R. HE.
Chicago     10 15   1
Cincinnati        5   E   l
Batteries���Cole and  Xeedbam;  Anderson, llowan and Clarke.
At Boston���
New York   	
Boston 	
Batteries���Mat bewson
White nnd Graham.
At Philadelphia-
Philadelphia   u   ��    -      	
Brooklyn    3   6   0  affections
Batteries���Scanlon. Wilhelm, "������win,  wh<'"   l,1<
land   Bergen;   Moore,  Foxon
Dooln and Jackfltch.
The annual meeting of the Pacific
Coast Amateur Lacrosse association
was held in this city on Saturday
evening, when a lengthy discussion
on the condition of affairs last season
took place, the outcome of which was
that it was decided to allow tbe 1009
championship of the league to go by
default, a motion to that effect, made
by S. Gunn and seconded by Leo
Sweeney, passing unanimously.
The decision to allow the championship to lapse for one year seemed to
be the only solution of the difficulty
caused  by   the  tangle  due    to    the
iV. A. C. dropping out of the league
Mast summer.
j   Officers   of   the   association   were
,elected as follows:
Honorary     president,     Lieutenant-
Governor  T.  W.  Paterson;   honorary
vice presidents, James Findlay (Vancouver),   Skene   Low   (Victoria)   and
Sid Malcolmson (Westminster); president,   C.   D.   Peele;   first   vice   president, A. Larwell (Vancouver); second
vice president, E. Christopher  (Victoria);   secretary-treasurer, L. Sweeney
(Victoria); executive committee, R. O.
R. Owens and S. H. Okell (Victoria),
J.   1.   Keary   and  D.   E.   Munn   1 New-
West minster); S. Heekle and S. Gunn
(Vancouver).
A committee was appointed to revise the constitution, this  consisting
of  Messrs.  Owens, Gunn  and Keary.
Tbe official referees of the association will be; R. Dewar and S. J. Peele
1 Victoria),   Joe   Reynolds   and   Fred
Murray  (Vancouver)  and C. D. Peele
and J. J. Mahoney   (Westminster).
The   schedule   was   drawn   up
follows:
SCHEDULE.
May 24���Vancouver at Victoria.
June 11���Westminster, at Vancouver
June 25���Victoria at Westminster.
July 9���Victoria at Vancouver.
July 14���Vancouver at Westminster.'
July 22���Westminster at Vancouver.
July 30���Westminster at Victoria.
Aug. 0���Victoria at  Vancouver.
Aug.  13.���Vancouver at Victoria.
Aug. 18���Vancouver at Westminster.
Aug. 27���Victoria at Westminster.
Sept.   5���Westminster  at  Victoria.
BRITISH   SOCCER.
London,    April 17���The    following
are   the   results  of   football   matches
played in tbe Old Country yesterday:
FIRST LEAGUE.
Bradford C, 1. Nottingham F. 1.
Manchester U. 2. Sunderland 0.
Bristol City 1, Chelsea 0.
j    Newcastle  W.  1;  Liverpool  3.
Bury   1,  Bolton   Wanderers  2.
Notts County 2, Aston Villa 3.
Everton 1, Middlesboro 1.
Preston 1, SheffleW U. 1.
Sheffield W. 2. Blackburn R. 1.
Tottenham H. 1. Woolwich A. 1.
SECOND LEAGUE.
Birmingham  0, Hull  City  2.
Burnley 3, Manchester City 1.
Fulham 2, Leicester Fosse 0.
Glossop 1, Derby County 0.
Leeds City 3. Grimsby Town 1.
Lincoln C. 2. Bamsley 1.
Oldham A. 5, Clapton Orient 0.
Stockport C. 2, Bradford 1.
West  Bromwleh A. 0, Blackpool 5.
W. Hampton W. fi. Galnsboro 0.
The High School football team,
thrice winners of tbe Wallls Cup and
junior champions of British Columbia
were tendered a banquet on Saturday
night in the Central f School building.
By winning the Wallls Cup thiqe
times in succession that trophy WJ
becomes the possession of the High
S��Ov��e1r one hundred and fifty, guests
sat down at the banquet and a merry
evening was spent with toast3 and
speeches. Mrs. T. J. Trapp was patroness ot the affair and John Peck
chairman.
The following is the toast list and
program in full:
"The King"     J��hn^
Piano Solo   Miss G ley
"Our Team"  R. McMillan
Reply by T. McAllister, F. Battson
Solo   Miss Bennett
"Our 'Manager"      B. Carncross
Reply by T. McAllister
Piano Solo   Miss Phillips
"Our  Captain"    *  Wilson
Reply by T. Storme
Duet T. McAllister and L. Tupper
"The Hockey Club".... Miss McNlven
Reply by Miss Robertson
_JL     ' .W. McAllister
Piano Solo   	
"Visiting  Representatives of  Other
J. Keller
Teams    	
Reply   by   Messrs.  W.  C.   Coatham,
F. O. Canfleld, H. McKenzie,
A. Phalcn
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
* THE   SURREY   SPECIALISTS,
t Phone 85.-628 and 746 Columbia St.
t NEW   WESTMINSTER.
What's the Use
What's the use of having a nice
garden, and the hens scratching
it all up?
What's the use of having hens
if you don't keep them home.
Try us for wire netting and
fencing. �� ���' '
Trapp & Co., Ltd.
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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.
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For CHILLIWACK f
AND     UPRIVER
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THE NEW STERNWHEELER
It Witt Pay You
S.S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker  Milling  Company's Wharf, New Westminster
With   Passengers   and   Freight   as   Follows:
REGULAR SAILINGS
Leave New Westminster Tues day, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leave Chilliwack Wednesday, F rlday a��nd Sunday at 7 a. m.
FIRST CLA83 PA8SENGER ACCOMODATIONS
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
Mirw WESTMINSTER
and
BOUTHKRN   LEAGUE.
Luton 1, jWfiSVBrtotol �����
North Urompto" % BT        ���
Southampton   I ..<��� L
Swindon T. I, \ " clty
Southend  W.  -���'_������
Leyton 0, Reading 0.
Mli.wal.   ��.JT%t22BJS 0.
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The Very Best Flour Made
Every Sack Guaranteed
$1.85 Per Sack	
3 lbs Creamery
Butter $1.00
F,rwlni
Humplt-
Hncouver STICKHANDLERS
ARE  A  LIKELY  BUNCH
roys,
, Con Jones' Imports, leavened with a
lew '...-^���l^^^H  a., Blurt
lMt homo brews, are ready to slarl
a��WR stunts. Con has gathered n
SofKlly assortment ot lacrosse players,
1,11(1 when the roll Is called this eye-
"1,1K the tallowing wlll respond: Wei-
y Clarke, .1. McKeown, Fd. Lon. ol-
'"*��� Vernon Green, Pert Murray, R.����Ln
��vey, CUft Cao, Harry Pickering. R-
artniw. Davey Gibbons, II. GrlffR^
_   . __ 1     ur     \\. out.
, ��� Matheson, John Howard, W. West
,    .IUIII1      I1WYYIIIW,      ���������
on, George Matheson, A. l��lU
'Hones"  Allen,    Ernie  Murray,
vev
Archie
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"f". Hairy Godfrey, Sandy Cowan
1 HUgh McLaughlin.
Adamson, "Spike" Hennessey,
ey, Jim  McConagby.    Frank
American.
At New York-
Boston   	
New York  	
Ratterlos���-Arellanos, Hall and Car-
1 Igan;   Frill  and  Sweeney.
At Detroit-
Detroit  	
Cleveland   	
Batteries���Browning   and
Klrsch, FalkenbeiR and Clarke,
j     At Washington��� R. H. F.
j Washington    ��    4    8    2
1 Philadelphia  3   7   0
Batteries ��� Wnlker    and     Street;
1 Coombs snd Thomas. Umpires, Evans
and Egan.
1    At Chicago���St. Louls-Chlcngo game
I postponed;  rain.
      the
���r American people, who
tanu   is  properly played,
  e;      ���,���     vor years    i"1
support tt/rong^    coaches    has
number ot  Canadian ,Umoat
been   increasing,   ana ^ ^
every Institution that^ of ���.
nBmP   ."."""lohn   llopkin*. at Bai*
lacrossists.   Jonn * v enme
more, was firs     " Rattling    good
Swarthmore ���� Columbia art
twelve, and at preigt^ t
ver8ltV;    PSute   University of Vir
Steven's Instltute, ^ prln,
���W^T,VV^^^m'- club!
li'^rUVKrSS   in   cU.es
1   fi
3 lbs People's
Blend Ceylon
Tea $1.00
Clubs
are being formea    m    a.     where
3 I many students reside, nnd In time the
...  v_ �� .nniarlv known from
Stanage;   con8t to coast.
PHONE 193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
VV ORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
___. 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 ot 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 mny be brought against you long after the occurrence ot
the accident by which he was injured.
EMPLOYERS and business men can 111 afford to assume the risk
of this ever-Increasing and uncertain liability.
*���** REDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms
Is sometimes seriously impaired by such damage suits.
O go to law means lass of time, money,  endless annoyance and
worry.
OUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are Insured.
I NLY Insurance against such risks wlll enable you to fix and reduce
your expenses to a minimum.
NDER 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 .
u
if
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 47S.
l Local grown plants and-^W��J
fresh every day at the Co-Opeiatlve
store, Sixth street.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
Phon. 62.    "Th. In-ranc. Man"    >S7 Columbl.
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I'M* FIELDS DISCOVERED
NEAR RENFREW, ONTARIO
LONG FIGHT WAGED
!    TO SAVE COAL DEPOSITS
Large  Deposits  of    Precious    Stones
Found   in   Ashby   Township   in
Addington   County.
Toronto, April 16.���The announcement that ruby gems bad been discovered ln Asliby Township, adjoining
the County o;' Renfrew, lias caused
Quite a flutter of excitement in that
Big  Engineering  Feat Carried Out
Attempt to Extinguish Fire Raging   Since   1860.
TENDERS FOR   SUPPLIES.
One of the most remarkable feats In
the history of engineering has recently been accomplished near . Iauch
Chunk. Pa., in order to save 400.000,-
000 tons of anthracite coal, valued at
U
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$2000 cash down buys 160 acres of land, rich
black soil, sub-divided into 20 acre blocks, facing
Stave Lake Road, price $16 per acre. The timber
itself is worth more. The Stave Lake Power Company is going to have car service there in the very
near future.
Apply
S. NEWS OFFICE
*______���____u_tn
~B.C. Mills
Timher and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
district. Since last November a strong $2,000,000,000 belonging to the Lehigh
syndicate has been quietly working on Valley   Coal   &   Navigation   company,
; 000 acres of land on the 15th and 16th which has been on fire for more than
concessions  of  that   township,   much fifty years,
to the mystification of the people re- Fire 1700 Feet Wide.
siding iu that vicinity.   Now that the Nobody knows how the fire in  the
company has perfected its plans and Lehigh  Valley Coal company's    mine
obtained   options   on   400     additional started. It was discovered on the ntor-
acres, the real secret of the operations
j has become public. The stones found
have turned out to be very high in
value, the formation being
! identical with  that which
the  ruby    fields    of    Burmah,  from
which almost all  the fine  ruby gems
'������ come. Several of the stones have been
cut by a leading jeweler and have
been found to be extremely good in
color. Just at the present time the
syndicate has erectea on Its property
u large camp house for the workmen.
a stable and a workshop.   Around the
���principal compound, which is two
hundred   feet   square,  a   fence  some
] twelve feet in height has been built,
having in one corner a fairly goo.l-
sized   building,   wliich  is  termed  the
: "change house." it ls here the men
working on the property must first
divest themselves of their clothing
and don suits provided by the syndicate   before   entering   the   compound.
: When  their day's  work is  over they
hange  back  to  their  regular  cloth-
before leaving the enclosure.   On
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster
Box 13/
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,  B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..$6.75 per  Bbl.
TERMINAL .5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.-
ing 	
the "change house" a high tower has
been erected commanding a view of
the enclosure, and here a watchman
will he constantly kept on guard, each
watchman remaining on duty six
hours. The syndicate has been at
work on the properly since last November, and .despite the curiosity of
the people of the district nnd strangers who had been attracted to the
spot by the news of the strange development going on, they were not
anxious  to  make  known   their  plans
ning of February 15, 185;i, In some
abandoned workings In what is known
as the Mammoth vein, at the east end
practically of the Summit Hill basin In Panther
obtains in Creek valley. The general shape of
that coal basin has been compared
to a man's hand, with the thumb and
fingers extended. The fire started
near the end of the thumb, which is
600 feel wile at the narrowest part
and 1T00 feet at its broadest point;
and for fifty-one years it has been
working Its way slowly towards the
main part of the hand. If it ever
reached there the work of devastation
could not be stopped nnd 100,000,000
tons of co:il would be sacrificed.
Former Attempts.
Already according to the best estimates. $25,000,000 worth of good anthracite has been consumed. Various attempts have been made to extinguish
the fire. In the 60's it was proposed
to dig an open cut with sloping sides
ia cross its path and flood it, so that
when the fire reached the water lt
could go no farther. This project was
found to he too expensive tind was
not carried out. About 20 years ago
an attempt was made to fill the mine
with Culm and smother the flames in
thai way. But that proved a failure.
The fire was subdued for a time, but
burrowed through the barrier aud continued burning,
Wall   Cost   $25,000,000.
Finally \Y. A. l.athrop, president of
the  company, decided  that the  only
way to protect the rest of the deposit
was  to  build  a  solid  concrete    wall
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, at New Westminster,
B. C, and endorsed on the envelope
"Tender for Supplies" will be received
up to noon of Monday, llth day of
April, l'JIO, for supplying Ship Chandlery, Hardware, Groceries, Meats and
Coal, required for the use of the Department of Public Works at New
Westminster, B. C, until March 31,
1911.
The supplies furnished must be of
tho best quality of their several kinds
and must be delivered at the Government wharf, New Westminster, or
where specified in the form of Tender.
The Department reserves the right
to accept the whole or part of any
Tender.
Forms of Tender may be obtained
at the ofiice of the Resident. Engineer,
Department of Public Works. New
Westminster,   li.  C.
The lowest or any Tender will not
necessarily be accepted.
G. A. KEEFER,
Resident Engineer.
Department   of   Public    Works,   .New
Westminster,   li.   C,   24th   .March,
1910.
.Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority will not
be paid for it.
1.0.
NEW
WESTMINSTER     CITY
SESSMENT.
AS-
to the public, as they are not seeking ahead  of the flames;   and the work
to sell  stock in  Canada. , was commenced In December, 1008. It
Samples of the stones found on the w"s  recently  finished  at a cost    of
surface   of   the   property   have   been $25,000.0(10,  being  1050  feet long.  12
seen in this city and are pronounced feet thick and 247 feet deep or high,
by jewelers to be very high in qual- &�� J'ou may care to put It.
Ity.    Some   years  ago   when    Archi- On   the north  of  the  basin  where
bald  Blue,  then  bead  of the Ontario the coal comes to the surface, an open
Bureau of Mines, announced his belief cut was dug.    From there southward,
that diamonds would be lound In the ll'e vein sloping downward, a series of
clay belt of New Ontario, people were shafts were sunk, the last in line to
Court of Revision.
Notice is hereby given that the Assessment Roll for the year 1010 has
been returned to me, and remains in
my office where it may be inspected
by any person having an interest
therein, until the sitting of the Court
of Revision.
The first silting of the Court of
Revision on the said Assessment Roll
will be heid at the City Hall In the
said City on Monday, the 18th day of
April next, at 11 o'clock, in the forenoon.
Any person Intending to appeal
against the assessment must do so in
writing to be filed v.ith the City
Clerk at least seven days before the
first sitting of the court.
W. A. DTINCAN,
City Cierk.
c'rat "-m!!. March ]R, 10'o
NEW    WESTMINSTER    LAND    DISTRICT.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
openly sceptical. Here, however, Is
a find of precious stones probably
more valuable than a discovery of a
diamond field. Although rubies rank
fourth among precious stones, authorities state that a perfect ruby of the
weight of ten or more carats brings a
the south being 220 feet deep. Later
it wns found that not only would the
barrier have to cover the face of the
vein but that the space between tho
first, four shafts would have to be filled with clay. This makes a barrier extending from the bottom of the
price greater than does a diamond of vel�� to the surface of the ground for
the same weight. ia considerable part of its length.
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster,
Telephone S33.
field
. I
'  ) ���
t.^if/,'y;��VV����**Vi��rwM/*~^v '~i'
TTE ABE USING PURE CAHADIA5 MILK IH
9        Milk Chocolate,
S    Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, Etc.
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS HI
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
The  discovery of this    new
; dates back  to  October of  last year.
| During that  month  J.  H. Jewell,    of
! Toronto, was entertaining a party   of
friends at his hunting lodge at Jewell-
| villo.   Two prospectors, who bad been
out   looking   for    graphite,    chanced
1 across some of the ruby stones, and
tbey Immediately repaired to Mr, Jewell   with   samples  of their  discovery.
Mr. Jewell  Is the owner in  Renfrew
County  of  the  largest  corundum deposits in  the  world, and  be at once
Ventilating Apparatus,
Fifty thousand cubic yards of clay
were needed to make the barrier nnd
8000 cubic yards of concrete. Ten
miles of timbers were used in the
shnfts and the open cut, all brought
from North Carolina. In one of the
holes bored ns a protection to the
work 24,000 tons of silt were poured.
Elaborate ventilating apparatus had
to be established at great expense.
Canvas flumes were let down into the
shaft,   being   fle.vlhle   thoy   could   ho
recognized the samples as ruby corun"   shifted so ns to supply fresh air with-
dnm. He had engineers and special
ists In precious stones go over the
property, and they were all In turn
openly enthusiastic. Following this a
strong syndicate wns formed, with a
capital of .2.500,000, of which .1,-
500,000  has  already  been   underwrit-
out  delay to  the spot  where lt was
most needed.
Fire Was Close.
The fire wns only 400   feet   away
when the work started, which was too
close   for   safety,   but   the   engineers
had  no  choice, hocause  If tbey  had
len by leading capitalists ln New York  IocaI^ the wall any further nwny it
White Star���Dominion
Canadian Service
ll!
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple   screw,   14,900  tons.
S.S.  MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,    14,900   tons.
I irgest   and   most   modern.
commodation   equal  to any  <
Ing the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E.GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
Estimates Given. Phone
J. MIME & SONS
PAINTERS,   PAPER-HANGERS   AND
DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, between Second avenue and Third streets.
NEW WESTMINSTER B. G
SUNLIGHT
.soAi*	
and Boston      .^^^^^^^^^^^^^
In   his  report    on    the    property
Harry McMaster, M.E., says "There Is
no question at all that the deposit ls
of sufficient extent to warrant an In-
-! exhaustible supply of ore, and the expenditure of a large amount of money
'In   development   work."   Speaking  of
ithe geology of the district   he  says:
"The formation of tbe country rock
[surrounding this valley Is diotlte. As
the valley is snipronohcd this changes
to   gneiss,   while   In   the   valley   Itself
tbo formation is banded biotite, mica
schist and dolomite limestone of a
vprv granular nature. Where the mica
snhlst occurs Hip crystals are very
arge and abundant, while in (he dolomite they are smaller ami more regu-
I \r In crystallization." In his standard work. "A Hook of Precious
Stones," .lulliis  Wodlslia,  speaking of
the district of Burmah from whence
fines! ruby corundum comes, says:
I "Rubies nnd the minerals with which
they . re associated such ns spinel, nre
here found In n mother rock of white
dolomite granular limestone or marble  ef the  upper carboniferous nge."
I Mr. M  "'
would not protect the main body of
the coal basin nnd therefore, would
be useless as n bnrrler.
The Job ls almost entirely finished,
nnd now between the flro nnd the rest
of the coal. Is a fireproof wall moro
than 1000 feet long nnd 12 feet thick,
running from the top of the hill where
the conl outcrops, lo the permanent
water level. On tbe side of the wnll
towards the fire hns been nlnced a.
bank of elny twelve fc-( (hick rs a
protection nml en thfl sl !e (if the wall
nw.iv from trto fire, t'" ro-'l h"s be  n
taken o it for f'ftv to it, <n fi it th .
fire wll1 Iipvq (n lnmn thi' dlsfppcui
heforn It f,:"i rrach mor* fuel.   Thin
,v,..(���,- ..���ii| |p ni,, i |IV f|,n pt>00f mule'"!."!.     'T'be  or\'il   '.''-'i"i   If"--   'I'M']   ' i
. ..i H .���r, i,. g fireproof wall thirty"
six feet thick.
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice that the Pitt Hlver Lumber Company, Limited, a body corporate, having its head oilier, at the
City of New Westminster. Intends to
apply for permission to lease the following described lands: ���
Commencinfl at a post planted on
the westerly shore of Pitt river at
its Intersection with the northerly
side of the Canadian Pacific Railway
company's right-of-way, thence following the westerly shore of Pitt river in a northeasterly direction seven
thousand eight hundred 17.SOU) feet,
more or less, tn a witness post planted on said shore to locate the most
northerly corner of the Pitt River
Lumber Company, Limited, booming
site; thence at right angles to said
shore a distance of about three hundred and fifty (360) feet to the said
northerly corner of booming site, said
point being two hundred (200) feet
from low water mark of said shore;
thence southwesterly and two hundred (200) feet from said tow water
mark seven thousand eight hundred
and thirty (7.Slid) feet, more or less,
to the southwesterly corner of said
booming site; thence northwesterly
to point of commencement; .nd containing sixty (110) acres, more or less.
THE PITT RIVKK LUMUEU COMPANY. LIMITED.
T. W. Gray, Agent.
Dated nt the City of Now Westminster, B. C, this 88th day of February, A. D. 1910.
LAND ACTS.
ENCLIPH TOUBISTo '"OMING
TO VISIT DRITISH COLUBIA
A   party   of  English     tourists,    ln
chnrge of F. W. Frier, editor of "The
Colonizer," will leave London on April
23,  and  will  visit  almost every por-
Instor states in his report that tion of British  Columbia.    This con-
"thls bitter  Is exactly tho  formation  dueled party will be exclusively forte*
v-hifi is most prominent on this prop- ed of small capitalists who are deslr-
erty." our of  proceeding  to British  Colum-
  I bin with n view to Investigating this
I province for (ho purpose of fruit    or
EDMONTON  RESIDENT Imlved    farming.   , ntiltrv   rearing,   or
New Westmlster Land District,
District  of  New  Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLennan, of Vancouver, British Columbia,
occupation contractor, intends to ap-
ply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted sl
tlie southeast iolnt cf the le'and situate about four (ll chains from Timber limit No. 88733, thence northerly
nnd westerly and southerly and eist-
ei ly   around   the   shore   al   lo v   tide
to place of commencement, containing
four   acres,   more   or   less.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.
J. F. BAGQS, Agent.
March 17, 1910.
CONFESSES   TO   MURDER
other allied pursuits. The party will
bo strictly confined to persons with
capital of not less than  $2,G00.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
tvfllce 'Pbone 115.     Barn 'Pbone U7
Columbia btreet
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Haulic
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
W.   RICH
Teaming and Ex-
CALF WAS  BORN  WITH
j ITS HEART OUTSIDE
pressing-.
DEALER IN
Edmonton,   April   17.���A     startling
confession of murder wus made this
morning to Supt. ,Ciithbert, of the
, R N. W. M. P., in this city. Apparent-
Jlv ne(ii���tei  |,y remorse at thp awful 	
deed  which  he says he, In  company I 	
j with   a  woman,    committed,    James |    nowmanvllle,  Ont.,  April   17.���Wll-
IChapman.   who  lias   for   some    time   Hnm Tennant, a local veterinarian has
Ived at 806 Namayo avenue, told the'come across a freak calf, which was
I R. N. W. M. P. this morning that he, born with Its heart on the outside,
I with    the    woman    with    whom    he | suspended  by its  vessels and ln lhe
WOOD
730 FOURTH  8T.
PHONE  R527
il"iH lived Iip'o Killed her husband nt
Stillwater, Oklahoma, on December B,
11)08.
He was Immediately looked up at
the  barracks and  (he confession  has
been reported by wire to the authorities at Oklahoma, where the case has
been under consideration for some
time past.
pericardial  sack.
It was born nt the farm of Mr. Ed-
| Wealherllt. and was quite smart all
the day after Mr. Tennant was called,  but  died  the  following  morning,
i The heart wns perfect ln every way,
and its actions were very distinct.
There was a 2-inch hole' through the
I ternum, Just back of the fore legs.
THE  STEAMER
TRANSFER
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker Wharf for Ladner,
Westham Island and way
points at 2 o'clock, returning
on the following morning.
M0^AY. APR|L  18i ^
graTThuntTST
st^petersbI
High Officials in Prjson
tractors in Dismay Jj
Bribers in Prison.
Now that the Czar and all U
tions are taking part i��� , L
Of St. Petersburg, and . J
the Tchuikowsky prosecution?"
ed the series of political trials
from what are now vaj , eiv ��� ,?f
"troubles"   or   four   S SI
siuns are looking aroui i ,,,"   ,
really is the system I   n    ,.''
ing under.   They have come
that  the great affairs ol the ��
are at present dependi 11 on tbpl
of the revizor. '
This functionary, v.i  <��� ���,���.j
sentative today is Sei        ,;  ,|
(become   the   most   powi f
��� Russian  business and  ,        f
The time when Russia cj.     1
finitely   a   Manchurlan 1
choose her attitude
American and the I
in China depends on tl 1
he lias arrested the i   ieral li,
niami of Vladivoi i<H ; i
ol its chief officials,
,\   "revision"  has  b en begun'
Irkutsk   which   placi
minlstratlve machlm i j   [  n,., '
ern provinces In thi
vising offlcer, who .
governors and   imj o ind
tors'  books  and    bankln
Senator Neidgardl ha   gone to '.j
saw  as  revizor of  11      Pi        ,   j
and Senator Dedialln Is In 0
a   similar   errand   among the tui
lent  mixed  population  ol  :
Sea port.
Tlie panic and dismay with J
the little local  bi.    . rn ol
arrival  of  a  revizor
today than  when Gogol's comic
terpiece was written.   The local
ernor,  the justice ol tin   pea
postmaster, the tax collector, aa
leim tubers the  play,    .,.:   .......
around the mysterious   young
from St. Petersburg, ivhom the to1
town  gossip took ior a revinor si
down by the Minister of the Intel
to  overhaul  the  administration al
hear grievances.    Senator Garln's
pearances ln the leading cities ol ll1
bia are as sudden and fraugh
much more trouble.
Last  week  be am .sted four seni]
offloers of the .Moscow political p l|
for selling Quantities oi tlie arm;
were taken from the n vol iti
lew years ago.   lie bad found amo]
the expense books of the departing
Ian account of periodic   seizures
larms in large quantities without a
public  trouble to explain tl*
j without  any  trace of the aims   V
, power of summary arrest and ol cot
polling any one whom he chooses
give evidence or go to Jail helped bl|
to learn thai tbe political police h
invented a si hi nie ol Belling an i
[selling tlie sai to a    n up
I confederates  and  sharing  the  mon
I'with  them.
f    The Senator's greatest   task is j
I revision   of   the   Imperial   Intends
otherwise the combination ot ma.
j factoring  and  commercial   busto
that cater for the government.  TJ
appropriation    for   this   departmf
amounts in the current year's bud .
to over 360,000,000 tables, during
war   and   the   redistribution oit!
i army afterward it was much blgb
j Through   tho   lntendan/  thi
ment  buys boots and clothes ior t
' troops and for the hundred tbousai
of state railroad employees; it W
bottles for the state alcohol tnonopoj
ships'  stores for the Imperial volui
teer   fleet,   and   It   builds  bousi   J
the workmen of the hundreds ot.
ernment-owned factories
In   all  these  branches  of bus*
the government has been system^
ally swindled by members of Hs����"
permanent staff in collusion witli ti'
contractors.    The social career ot"
Intendanz  odlccr  after  the war '!a
become   a   by-word.    He   lives   W
quietly   for  a  decent  period   In '"'
hope that suspicion  will  turn ������-"'
, from  him,    When he thinks that ��'
Is safe, that some sort ol  statu   ��\
| limitations wlll serve to screen m
1 he bl ii b mis oat luio motor carl, l,r'
liii,,e.l  nips  to  France and dowriet
loi   ins duughti rs. .
L'nhhpi ii,   for  lilm    Mr. StoW"
tho   Prime   Minister,   and    ""'   ln'
l laCable Senator Ouiln  Inn      ���' Jl
mine t  not  to lei    I yi om
huh s.    i*'i o-ti many eI les they  ft"
ui, ed  to bury  their dli tj   I i
i ui   a   I otter  a] p< arance  i:i :
and to give the optlum b p cIioik
lntroduco  their  l< ng   yroi   se
nesa boom,   The answer i ��i      :l',
continued  so; les of  tttCtl all  l"'1" "*
ill one direction. |0
The local governors are allow���
be   truculent   to   their     political '���'
versarles;  If tbey find liberal M��Wj'
books in the schools they may   ,
stroy them If so disposed, but il Ul'-
are caught,  at  dishonesty  In  mow
matters there Is no mercy for tliem;
The mill of the revizor grinds
but   lt   grinds  exceeding  sure,
disappointed   radicals    said    t'111'
would  all  end  in  make  belle
the system would outlive the re��
ers and Ihe old roguery go on as
fore.    It has not proved to be
case. .,  n0{
Tbe Moscow prison is "V("'r""'. 11(]
with   revolutionary   young   n"'"   ���
Hi
i, isl
low,
n��
it.
that
ll'll
b
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
women, but with dismissed officersioi
the   commissariat   and the   brlbe-g"
ing ngents of the contractors. A laf*
bootmaklng firm   has  had   Us ,>n
business   confiscated  by  the ��ou'
^^^������ con*
tire
vorii-
ment.
     It had tendered n large
I'slgnment of army boots to one "' '
I buying  committees of  the liitcmi"
f tho
nz
Central Meat Market!
BOWELL A ODDY
Owner Eight* Bt. anl   BtfU Arnt*
PHONE 170.
[anil they were condemned as bad
The   contractors    exercised
senior sei
their
tion
right of appeal, and the  n.
,of  the  Intendanz accepted  the
detuned consignment.    Senator   ���
traced  the money that was p""'
have   the   boots  accepted,  and   '
pnrties to the bribe are locked "P- JlOi
NpAV-
ApRlU
18, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Ht***
,���.���������<
Clients
CANADA AS SEN BY
PAGE SEVEN.
Waiting to invest in
New Westminster
Properties. List
your property with
us.
���.xrissspu
55W!W5
SOUTH AMERICA
NOTICE that an application
Nacion Explains the
Reasons of the Success of
This Country.
TAK
atlon of the Township or District of
bui ley as the owner in fee simple, un.
deji a Tut Bale Deed trom the Reeve
ano t.erk of the Corporation of the
*�����"P or District of Surrey to the
;.";'";"'' "I the Township or Dis- j
trict of Surrey, bearing dates of the
-1st aay of October, A.D., i.o_ and Under the caption: ���'Canada; Our
"1st day of December, A.D., 1901, of I aml presented by El Nacion to its
nil and singular that certain parcel I fading newspaper of Buenos Ayres,
or tract of land and premises situate i capital of Argentine republic, and
lying and being in the District of Nev? I perhaps the most Influential daily
Westminster, in the Province of BrittJ Journal in South America, devotes a
ish Columbia, more particularly knowtt column of editorial space in a recent
and described us. Lot 1 insubdivi- issue to the resources, capabilities of
sion 24 of block 1 of section 30, block tlle Production of grain and other
5 north, range 2 west; lots 8 to 17,1 croPH aI1d attributes much of the
inclusive, of subdivision 23 of section j wonderful development of this coun-
10, block 5, north range 2 west; lota I tr>'   l0  the  Influence  of  agricultural
COLONIAL WHEAT SHOULD
ENTER GREAT BRITAIN FREE
Balfouj-'s    Policy   on    Grain    Imports
Gives   Great   Satisfaction   to
Tariff Reformers.
THE
HE REALTY CO.
2109 Granville St.
Iphone R4949       Vancouver, B.C.   1
Wei Sign Works YEE KEE & CO.
U SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
|j)ew8 Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block       P. 0. Box 644
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimate!  Given on  Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
1 krson   Blk.
Phone   388
COAL
New
Wellington
1
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
15 to 21, inclusive, block 14 of southeast quarter section 4, township 9;
lots 5,6, and 7, in subdivision 23 of
section IG, block 5, north range 2,
west; lots 22 and 23, in subdivision
23 of section 16, block 5, uorth range
:. west;  lots 1, 2, 3,  1, .'., 6, 7, g   11
trainin.. and the encouragement given
to scientific agriculture by both federal and provincial governments. El
Nacion candidly admits that In the
past erroneous ideas of Canada have
been circulated in Argentine. "More
than once," it says, "we have publish
London, April 17.���Replying to a
letter from a Unionist M. P., Mr. Balfour says; "Wheat grown within the
limits of the Empire should be imported free. This policy will, 1 believe
commend Itself to the judgment of
the British community and will certainly be received with favor in the
colonies.
The Standard publishes the views of
leading tariff reformers expressing
' great satisfaction at Balfour's pro-
nouncment.
Premier Asqulth's statement Thursday night made the coalition very enthusiastic and the Opposition very angry and brisked the political situation once more to the exciting point.
Strong speeches were delivered last
by Bonar Law and F. E. Smith. Tbe
former at Birmingham said Asquith
paid a great price in the degradation
SLASHED DEEP
INTO IHE TORIES
12, block 4 of lot :;s7A, group 2; lotsi^d  In  <>ur columns  certain  opinions j nf  llis  high offlre and the indignity
2 to <1 .inclusive, block 14 of southeast quarter sen ion i, township !);
lot a, block 3 of lot 387A, group 2;
lot 38, block 2 of lot 387A, group 2;
lots 21, 22, block 2 of southeast quarter Bectlon 4, township 9; lots IS, 11),
block 2 of southeast quarter section
4, lownship ��; lot 22, block IG of
southeast quarter section 4, township
9, map 519; lot 22, block 10 of southeast quarter section 4 township 9.
Vou and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in the said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under tlie provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contest tho claim of
the tax purchaser within forty-five
days from the day of the first publication of this notice upon you, and
in default of a caveat or certificate
about Canada, which through ignorance or interest flattered our vanity
by asserting the superiority of Argentine over its great rival of the
north. Argentlnos who have traveled
through the Dominion are better in-.
formed."
During the past eight months, Mr.
Mayer .consul general of Argentine,
has made a studious tour of Canada,
and it is upon his elaborate report
to his government dealing with the
development of Canada that the article evidently is founded. Mr. Mayer,
in his report, particularly commends
tlie example of Canada's intelligent
progress in agriculture to his countrymen.
Facts About Canada,
Some of the facts  culled from Hv
and presented by    El  Nacino to Its
readers  must, in  view  of    previous
misconceptions, have    almost    taxed
their credulity. "Canada," It is point-
to the crown for the Nationalist vote
The premier had  brought the  sovereign Into the mire of party   polities, i
Thc same points were made by Smith, j
who also declared Asqulth's master is
Hon. A. G. MacKay Says
Paul Krugerism is Rampant in Ontario.
London. April 17.���Paul Krugerism,
as exemplified by the Ontario ^uv eminent, was given a slashing arraign*
ment here on Saturday night by Hon.
A. G. MacKay. provincial Liberal Under, at a meeting held in Ilyman Hall.
The government's policy on education and school books was scored
and the credit of many of the
revenue producing acts, of which the
Conservatives boast greatly, was properly placed with their predecessors
In office.
Mr. MacKay was in great form, and
his address created much enthusiasm.
The speech was a fighting speech
from beginning to end, and Mr. MacKay was given a great ovation when
he  took  his  seat.
He dealt with the claims of the
Conservatives that the increase in
revenue was due to the wise administration of their government. He demonstrated that of the .2,000,000 increase in revenue, $2,512,0110 was due
1 Redmond, whose master was  Patrick ����5 ��**�� *������.
I    Augustine Blrrell, speaking at n.ad-j-��� > * *g �� �����ffSffoS
5* Toii ISffiLSTS wiSit ��? v Urn r^KiX \t
his own supporters. To the Union-
| ists' plaints Liberals reply they are
only pursuing a constitutional course,
and anyway the Lords have never
been susceptible to anything but
force.
of lis pendens being filed within such | ed out "covers an area greater than
period, or in default of redemption i that of the L'nited States. The area
before registration, you and each of I at present under cultivation is less
railway were mentioned and the credit placed with the Liberals of Ontario.
He declared that except for a slight
Increase In the tax on railways and
on licenses the Conservative party had
not put on the statute books a single
progressive financial measure.
Mr. MacKay referred to the Niagara power legislation and sharply
criticized the government for the dras-
Calearv   Anrll  17 ��� Yesterday    the  tic  measures introduced.    As  an  ex-
(.aigary   April n     iesteroay    ine      -.    ^   Florence Mining company's
city commissioners, the aldermen and ���^_      _ _", ��� ���, ���,������ ,,J._���.�����,
CALGARY TO  HAVE
BIG   POWER
DAM
members of the press travelled to tbe
scene of the Calgary Power company's
you will be forever estopped and de-  than one-eighth of the total area of   dam, where 14,000 horse-power Is to
JvlhSSSaUCTfr
"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 ln your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone Is in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 10.
Coal procured here Is crackajack coal, however secured.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
SWk FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR RAILINGS���ALL     KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
W WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
W0RKS_c
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J. BROOKES, Proprietor
orner Eleventh and Carline.
PHONE 473
��������������������������*�����������������..������������* �� ��M��m
Beef, Mutton, Veal,_ |
Pork and Poultry
barred from setting up any claim to
or in respect of the said land, and 1
shall register The Corporation of the
Township or District of Surrey as
owner thereof in fee. And I hereby
order that publication of this notice
for thirty days In a daily newspaper
published in New Westminster will
be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry 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-
lam, Angus Mclnnes, T. G. Stark, William Davis, Henry Fraser, Henry
Kells, Harold Ponsford, Allen Spiers,
George Stone, Robert Lyness, Margaret G. Cooper. John Roberts, Richard
Hosking, Hugh T. Crossley, John E.
Hunter.
the Dominion, which is 9,404,200
square kilometers, and there yet remains unsettled, of land suitable for
colonization, an area greater than the
whole of the Argentine republic.
"Tbe winters are somewhat severe
and long, but most salubrious, while
the covering of snow protects vegetation, by reason of which the yield Is
better assured than in this country
where the irregularity of the climate the Bow river,
renders it uncertain. The summers
are short, but there are no locusts or
late frosts. In addition to a fertile
soil, good climate, proximity to mar
suit was mentioned and also the suits
of farmers for compensation for the
use of their property for the transmission lines.
i    "What is   the   difference   between
Paul Kruger of South Africa and Paul
..      ,       ...       a,,IC" Kruger of Toronto?" asked Mr. Mac-
serve force of water about two miles ~y��   ���The  methoda    of  legating
be developed. The company Is spending $1,500,000 in construction of a
dam and plant, which will have a re-
long and between 60 and 70 feet In
height and 350 feet broad.   Two hun-
citlzens out of court was the method
of South Africa, and it should not be
d ed and fifty men are now working tolerated ln 0^arl0.   what WM the
night and day shifts, and the plant lalnt of the uitlanders but the
wlll be completed by September. The   . S*_ .���. tua Koii��t��   iwt imnirln*
dam is  located forty  miles  west on
Swindlers Arrested.
Windsor, Ont., April 1 * ���For swind
kets  and  excellent  organizations   Of I ling farmers out of sums of  money
agricultural credit, the colonists who , varying from $
desire for the ballot? Don't Imagine
Paul Kruger Is dead. Come to Tor-
jonto some time and watch a session
lot the house, and then you will see
I that he is very much alive. The
' courts should be barred to no man,
and the government Is overriding it3
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
to ^ in a confidence  f,inctions when  It proceeds  to  legis-
take up land to  make  a home,  wlll I game, Roy Green, a veterinary, aged  I"** every man out of the courts, no
find Canada, the greatest security and twenty-five  years,  and  Thomas Mai- matter what ms claim.
peace, an atmosphere of activity and! one, aged fifty-five, were arrested to-
freedom, and most effective assistance i day.    The men were accused of pos-1    South    Westminster    property    Is
in the form of government experiment-; ing as government inspectors to ex- handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy,
QUALITY THE BEST.
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
P. Burns & Co.
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645 COLUMBIA STREET.
TAKE NOTICE tbat an application
has been made to register George
Troughten as the owner in Fee Sim-
p.e, under a Tax Sale Deed from Edwin M. Carncross, collector of the
Municipality of Surrey, to George
Troughten, bearing date the 7th day
of September, A. D. 1908, of all and
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises situate, lying
and being in the District of New
Westminster, ln the Province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as:���
Lot 7, B.ock 1, being �� fortlos of
Section 20, Block 5, North Rssge, 2
West. Lots 3 and 4, part of a psrtlss
of fractional section 21, Bmck 5 Ntrtk
Range 2 West.
You and those claiming through
under you and all persons claiming any Interest in the said
land by virtue of in unregistered instrument, aid all persons claiming any Interest in the said
"Land Registry Act," are required to
contest the ciaim of the tax purchaser
within forty-live days from the date
of the service of this notice UpO" ST< J ���
and In default of a caveat or ^rtl-
cate of lis pendens being filed vltnm
such period, or In default ot redemption before registration, you and each
of you wlll be forever estopped and
debarred from setting up any claim
to or In respect of the said land,
and I shall register George Trougbten
ns owner thereof ln fee. Ami I hereby order that publication of this no
tiro for thirty days In a dally new*
paper published In New Westmlnser
will be good  and sufficient   service
thereof. �����>��.
Dated at the Land Registry Office.
New Westminster, Province Of Brit-
jafi Columbia, this 9th day of March,
A' D- m��- C, S. KEITH.
District Registrar.
To���Michael Robert Barry. John
DQliglM   Ainv. nrtnr G. M��o.fK.r����ne.
""notice.
District of New Westmlster.
TAK^ NOTICE that thirty days
at���date date I. William ft Wright
of Clayburn, B. C. Intend to apply to
the Assistant Commissioner of Lands
for a license to prospect tor coal and
petrCeum on the following described
^Commencing at a post marked Wm.
BCwTght's southwest conjer   set a
the southeast comer of Dtotri* J*
No. 205, Group 2. New  ��"<���   .
D,.,r,o..,ne��rt.J-��*'S
all farms in no way inferior to those
of the United States; and what Is
more important, the agricultural societies well established open their
doors to him and enable him to participate in the advantages of united effort.
Best Kind of Immigrants.
"All this explains how lt is that the
immigration into Canada is of the |
highest order, composed chiefly of
North Americans, sons of farmers;
and also of French, Belgians, Irish,
Scandinavians, and Germans, lt shows
us also why with similar resources to
ours Canada holds the possibilities of
a great future and among the new
nations will perhaps be ln the future
the most serious rival of the Argentine republic."
After citing, as an example of the
practical pecuniary results of scientific culture, the Improvements in the
quality and value of the barley yield
ot Ontario, the article proceeds to account for the great progress of this
country. It ls attributed ln part to
colonization by a "rural class more
vigorous than ours; hut above all to
the better organization of agriculture
In Canada, when over 100,000 farmers
belong to agricultural societies and
where they receive effective aid under a department of agriculture constituted on practical lines." El Nacion, concludes: "Let us entertain no
mistaken Ideas about the future, consoling ourselves with the air of Individual prosperity which obtains
amongst us at present, for If we wish
to copp with so formidable a competitor as Canada lh the markets of the
world, we must Imitate somewhat her
agricultural organization."
amine live stock, then making cash Ltd.   Call In and see them, and they
settlements to drop prosecutions. will put before you some good things.
Here's a Good Thing
Three blocks of acreage close to the
growing city of Cloverdale. $150 par
acre; good terms.
Symmes & Crandell
Dean Block, Columbia Street
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CHEAP HOUSES
COURT RESTRAINS MAN
GIVING  AWAY   WEALTH
Everett, April 17.���To prevent W
A. Alloway, a wealthy farmer of this
county, from giving away all his property to the Church of Good Society, a
religious colony that was formerly located hero, but that nas recently migrated to Southern California, .Tudge
Black, of the superior court, today appointed W. P. Alloway, a son, guardian
of his father and mother.
Alloway, lt was testified, during the
past year has sent about $20,000 to a
Mrs. Welse, head of tho colony, and
received no security. Alloway admitted he had been giving away his
wealth, but declared he did so at the
command of the Lord, with whom he
conversed as he would with a man.
Six Money making buys for home or Investment.
$1,500 to $8,000.    Easy Terms..   Inquire at once.
Also  a  500  foot  bargain  In  Waterfront at $25.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR  QUICK  8ALES.
VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORATION LID.
J. A. MOTHERWELL, Local Manager.
Room 4, Merchants Band Bldg. Corner Columbia and Begbie Sts.
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CROWS NEST PASS
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Winnipeg,    April   17.���The    report
that the Canadian Pacific railway wlll
?���rth�� of a mile, thence south three electrlfy the Crow's Nest Pass lino is
fourths or a, ��i   ^   thpnce weBt one revlved by the lncorp0,ation of a com-
lourtns oi ��        - thence B0Uth one pany capltnUzed at a million dollars
fourth oi am   ���             ,    of com. devclop power trom the   Pend dO-
fourth of a roue to uie y ^    ^ ^   1,mctlon   w���,h   8lllmon
mencement.            m   ., WRl0HT. rlver>   It ,8 tl,e iaig��8t waterpower ln
New Westminster, B. C, March 8, tbe upper country back of the new
1910 company.
Is This a Snap or Not ? \
20 Acres of Splendid High Land within a
few minutes of Sapperton car. Fine view
of the Fraser River and city of New
Westminster. Price is $250 per acre
with One-third Cash, balance 6, 12, 18,
24 months	
H. H. LENNIE
Phone 596 650 Columbia Street
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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Is   to   have   nothing   but   flrst ���
class workmen  and satisfy our a
customers     with     flrst     class 5
Plumbing and Heating. ���
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HARDMAN'S
HARDMAN     BLOC
Phone 281
K.
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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 ln commercial education and to those who become students here, and work as hard for
their own Interests as the instructors
of this school will, the outcome is
bound to be satisfactory.
A. L. BOUCK,
610   Columbia   St. Principal.
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts.
If you haven't a Savings Account
NOW ls the best time to start one
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital  Pajd-Up    $5,000,000
Reserve      5,700,000
Total  Assets    70,000,000
New Westminster, B. C.  Branch,
F AHUTE. Manager.
T.
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CANAtrtA'N fJACiFltr
ATLANTIC STEAM SHIPS
Do not book your passage without
seeing us first. Our system of handling tickets from the Old Country
will save you money.
For dates and  rates apply
ED.  GOULET,
C.P.R. Agent.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'ae.  for Latfivs from $12./j | B
Mr. and Mrs. Nf. Curry, of Montreal,
who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Hill, of 348 Fourth street, left
for their home yesterday.
There are answers at this office for
the following advertisers: C. C, Topaz, M. W. D. G., Box E. K., C. S.,
and No. E. Will the owners please
call for same. **
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Curry left for
their home in Montreal yesterday, after spending some time in this city,
tbe guests of Mrs. F. J. Coulthard.
. The Hub barber shop, Dominion
Trust Block, will have five chairs in
use today. **
Alfred R. Daniels, one of the partners of "The Fair," has returned from
California, where he spent the last
two months.
The popularity of the midday lunch
at the Royal Cafe grows every day.
It is served from twelve to two, with
quick service. **
A. Campbell Hope, of the firm of
Hope it Barker, architects, of this
city and Vancouver, is confined to
liis residence with an attack of the
grippe.
For spring plants or cut flowers,
phone Davies' Greenhouse, R208.     **
See the new arrivals at Fales, Agnes street. **
On account of the funeral of Bishop
Dart the meeting of the Women's
Auxiliary of the Royal Columbia hospital will be held at half past three
o'clock this afternoon, instead of at
two o'clock.
To Furnish an Office, see W. E.
Fales. ��*
The C. P. R. train from the east
yesterday was about four hours late,
having been delayed in the mountains.
It is our business to make gloves,
vests, waists and other garments perfect by oui: special dry cleaning process. If you desire to be well dressed
for any function, patronize our cleaning department. Royal City Cleaners
and Dyers.    Phone R. 278. **
On the occasion of his leaving the
employ of Lees, Limited, of which
firm he was manager from about
three years ago until its recent reorganization, Fred Davis was presented by his fellow employees with a
suit case, J. Aylesbury, head of the
shipping department, making tbe presentation speech. Mr. Davis suitably
acknowledged the gift.
A further consignment of the world's
best typewriters has just arrived. Call
and see them at 74(1 Columbia street,
three doors from the B. C. E. Ry car
station. **
A communication signed "A Lover
of Clean Sport" In which Saturday's
baseball game at Moody square Is referred to has been received at The
News office. The writer failed to enclose bis card. No letter can be given
spiice in these columns unless the editor is supplied with the writer's name,
this being a castiron rule in every
newspaper office.
The finest assortment of Morris
chairs ever seen in this city at
Fales. ���*
South Westminster on Saturday
added another store to her list of
business houses. S. Svendsen, who
lias lived In South Westminster for
some years, on Saturday opened up an
establishment near tlie waterfront,
just west of the bridge.
The Halibut steamer Roman, expected in yesterday from her maiden trip,
did not arrive. She will probably
come in some time today.
Another step in tbe Columbia street
paving was taken on Saturday, when
n steam roller was put on to levl the
sub grade, making it ready for the
first  layer of crushed rock.
The operetta, "Trial by Jury,"
which was to have been presented in
St. Barnabas hall tonight, has been
postponed on account of the death
of  Bishop Dart.
A payment of $25 procures a lot in
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
& Kennedy, Ltd. These lots are in
great demand. **
The G. N. R. is reballasting the
line between Sumas and Cloverdale,
and also doing similar work on the
Guichon branch. A large number of
men are employed on the job.
Great selection of seeds and potted
plants at Tidy's. **
For Ladies' Desks, go to W. E.
Fales. **
The first iron posts for the new-
street lights on Columbia street were
placed in position on Saturday near
tbe corner of Blackie and Columbia
streets.
The local agency of the Oliver Typewriter company is at 746, Columbia
Street. Three doors from the B.C.E.R.
car station. **
FOUND���REEL FOR SURVEYOR'S
steel tape. Owner may obtain same
by calling at the police station and
proving property.
INTERNATIONAL RACE
TO TAKE PLACE IN BOSTON
Boston, April 17.���The Boston Athletic association on Thursday will hold
the fourteenth revival of its classic
race from Ashland to Boston with an
entry list of nearly four hundred athletes from all parts of the United
States and thirteen from Canada. Canadians, English, Greek, French, Italian, Swiss and Irish athletes are
among the entrants.
The event will have a truly international aspect.
AT THE HOTELS
RUSSELL.
Joseph Weaver, Kingston.
Allan R. Stuart, Hope.
J. Guichon, Port Gulchon.
J. D. Anderson, Salem, O.
J. G. Wilson, Ottawa.
Peter Baxter, New York.
A. Freestone, Brandon.
Peter Murphy, Winnipeg.
Harold Birnie, Grand Forks.
B. Mercer, Chicago.
WINDSOR.
A. Thompson, Winnipeg.
H .Pentz, St. John.
R.  O.  Connell,  Port Elgin.
C. Arden, Haney.
D. Webber, Haney.
C. Davis, Ruskin.
G. Haworth. Cloverdale.
James Maxy, Ruskin.
R. M. Taylor. Cloverdale.
A. Truman, Delta.
R. Cranham, Coquitlam.
"GET THE   HABIT"
SPECIAL
FOR
MONDAY
This is the last day of the special
price on Dinner Sets. An $18.50 for
only $14.00. You will have to hurry
to get one.
The Fai
646 Columbia Street.
Wo buy for cash and sod for the s
tne.
k1ffirMWfrtW.W*ZsVi
For a Few Driy* Only
op.
Sliver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Stiver Watches, gents' op^n case,
17.50 up.
A_ent for Waltham and Klgtn
Watehvs.
Watch r^jialrlnsr a  specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
(
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Removed to
DEAN  BLOCK |
Four doors east of Bank of
Montreal, where the tame careful attention will be paid to all
prescriptions and orders AS
heretofore.
SPECIAL SNAPS IN
Ink Island Acreage
and Waterfrontage
Also some Choice Puys in Surrey.
F. J. HART & Co,
LIMITED.
THE NEW SPRING
SUITS AND COSTUMED
There Is a vast deal of comfort and  satisfaction  In  feeling  stylishly clothed and there Is e
in feeling that way, for you get better service in well  fitting garments.
ono m?
The Fashion tendencies   in Spring Suits and Costumes lend   thenlselVefs   to   the   developrne        |
many pleasing models for the present season.
In  the  assembly  of fashionable models gathered here for your Inspection our distincti
'athiuarters
popular suits
Headquarters"   is  again   emphasized.    Come and view them.    We describe briefly a few of tl >
���� as "Style
- most
Black Serge Russian Suit
In this coat is featured the new long V shaped collar, wliich is
piped with inch wide piping ofblack and white and heavy soutache braiding around edge. Cuffs are trimmed in same attractive
manner. Braid ornaments also (ind a place. Skirt is made with
deep yoke and pleats.   Price, ea ch   $37.50
Taupe Broadcloth Suit
Coat of which is lined with satin; collar of black moire silk; coat
is neatly trimmed with scroll design in rattail braid; skirt made in
new draped style.    Each   $31.50
Wisteria Suit
Made up in simple tailored style; coat made in seven-eighth fitting,
lined with striped taffeta; col lar of black moire; Tione buttons to
match skirt; in popular pleated     style, each   $32.50
Olive Green Chevron Suit
A stylish spring model, well tailored semi-fitting coat, lined with
taffeta;   skirt made with yoke  and clusters of pleats.   Each ...$27.50
New Silk Coats
Outer Garments Most Attractive in Appearance
Handsome silk and satin Coats with individuality and style all
their own. The very best ma terlals are used, and each coat has
been carefully designed and made. Special showing today in the
Coat Section.
Va.
COATS   OF   HEAVY   BLACK   TAFFETA   SILK.
Made with   stole  collars,   tu rn back cuffs.    Trimmed with flat silk
braids and fancy buttons; three-quarter  lengths.    Each $10.50
and    $19.50
COATS OF BLACK PEAU DE SOIE.
Heavy Plack Coats, handsom ely  trimmed  with  jet  insertions  and
soutache braidings; lined with   soft silk.   Wear guaranteed. Each, $30.
BLACK TAFFETA COATS.
With roll over collars and   turn back cuffs;  trimmed with fancy ���
braids; seven-eighth lengths.   Each    $22.50 _l
Reynier
Kid Gloves
$1.50-$1.75
per pair
Reynier Gloves are proving
satisfactory to hundreds of well
dressed women. Our business
In this department is Increasing wonderfully every season.
Just now the stock is complete
in sizes and colorings. Every
pair guaranteed, at, per
pair    51.50*
Tan, Brown, Mode, Grey. I
Navy, Green Cardinal, Hlad\
and   White Gloves;   two dome
fasteners;  In sixes .''�� to S.
AT $1.75 PER  PAIR.
Some Special Gloves at ibis
Price. We especially recommend these for style���Tan and
White; pique sewn with black
stitching on back, and one
dome pearl fastener���Black
Tan and Grey. Hand Sewn
Suede���band sewn Glace Kid in
Tan and Black. All sizes in
these three lines; per pair, $!���'
A Further Importation
of Spring Dress Goods
Another shipment of serviceable materials just to hand. The new shadings are the most delicate
and pleasing yet shown. So ft Pastel shades, rich Rose tones, G n-ens in a large range running from
the light Reseda to the deep Olives, Mustard and Drab tints; all inexpensive materials yet quality
and finish stand out aB the  most remarkable points.
Monotone Stripe Suiting, 90c per yard
Ai Inch materials of splendid weight and finish, All the new k'uk'cs ;.:e here, Reseda, .Mustard.
Fawn, Taupe, Wisteria, L .enUor, Grey, Cardinal, Myrtle Olive, Browni I.', lit and Dark Navy anil
Cream.   Per yai d   9"c
54 inzh Navy end Black Suiting Serge
$2.00 PER YARD.
Fine All Woo; Serge; medium weight; suitable for shirts, Suits, coats, etc. Black and Navy on')'.
Pe/ yard    9- 03
Fine Cream Serges 65c to $1.25
Hard Finished Dress and Coaling Serges In  many weights;   wWths 42 to 52 Inches,   per yard, 668, 86c,
DOc, $1.00 an.1   i S1-25
Fancy Black Resildas and Molaines
Weaves resembling Shantung silks and Crepe de Chenes, with lustrous finish and firm surface
shown ln plain and fancy stripes. Materials of this description aro made of a combination of ��ill;
and mohair. Per yard, $1 to $1'75
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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