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 $6,000
NEEDED TODAY
F0R Y.M.C.A.
BE LIBERAL
Subscribe to
THE ^.M.C.A.
C, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1910.
TEN PAGES.
�� PRICE FIVE CENTS.
fUHG MYSTERY
A PHI MEADOWS
WEATHER AFfECTS
REAL ESTATE MARKE
ident Walks Away
And   Com-
U Home
^Disappears.
L11TLE TIE LEFT TB BET
ON CIVIC VOTERS LIST
ol
liolh-
Week Has Been Comparatively Quiet, but Big Business is Expected Soon.
un is  excited  over  the
WjJ ranCe a week ago ot
1 ������������ ������������',:,!. ot the oldest   rest-
&���'-".        nurhooJ. Hf talked
'        ���a  the  morning
onduv and since
....,, of him. Search
r ,. looking for him sev-
b ���  trace   has   been
ed out of the house
,;:. friends and rei-
to account for the
,  b     be     wandered
������   of  temporary dead been  complain-
la head for several
disappearance.
be no question ol
()id gentleman  had
he    novel'    carried
him to excite Uie
wandering tramp.
poilce were notified
affair, but beyond keeping a
In they city they have
, m, as the caso Is in the
0l the municipal police of
Itlam
., been
Property    Owners    Have    Only
Days  Before  Court of   Revision
Qualifications  Necessary.
Nine
water records sought   IY.M.C.A. CAMPAIGN     INSPE IOR HELPED
BY SEVERAL APPLICANTS!     ic qjj |jS ^T LAP!        WINE PEDBLARS
W. J. Kerr Applies for 200 Cubic Feet
Per Second on Small Creek
Near Pitt Lake.
The unsettled weather this week
ha.s had a had effect on the real estate
maikes. Very lew v .
Into thi ciiy and most ol tiie buying
and selling has been over the long
distance plione, or by mall, several
Bales having been made to
and Seattle men,
The  leal estate agents
been   amonf il   t ue   hi a> leai   buyers
here tor  ine last  few days as
expect a
eastei n
here   have
���
ere sei n
:.
���'���
y   With
Lam
bo ���
three
realty
rush Ol  business as soon as
ui.
lev ^ Smie> acreage has been
In considerable quantities bj
,,���,.!    anus,   and    Vancouver
men
The court of revision for placing
names on the city property-owners'
voters' list will be held in the city
had   un   April   IS  at   11   o'clock.    All
  those whose names are nol placed on
sitois have come j this list at this sitting of the court
will not be able to vote at the ne:;t
civic election or on any bylaws which
i,.ay be Eubinltted ln the meantime.
It will he necessary for those who
have poiel iiM'd property since tiie as-
s-.M.-lcent  rdl  was  made  up and  who
<}: Fit red title to the land to
a  ( rtificate   from  the  land
thai   the  property  Is regis-
i ,ii lr   name.     11   they  have
b i\e a ���
p "li:   e
reg B.iat
t. re il   in
have been alter city and
chiefly,   but   have
bites out of
found of Jamos
the Agassiz postmaster, who
hpi boul three weeks ago.
Burnaby   property
also taken some heavy
Langley   and Cloverdale.
Local Imying in the city property
has been slack all the week and only
three firms, the Dominion Tiust company, Evans &. Darke and the National
Finance company, report sales in Sap-
and Burnaby.
buying  has raised
Langley,  but  ll
material   etti Cl
Yesterday was a field day for the
posting of water notices in the mining recorder's office, four applications
for waier records being made in the
course of the day.
W. .1. Kerr made two of the applications   i neb  for  fifty  cubic,  feet
watel   per  second.    The   point
version named in  the first of the applications  is  en   Sharp's  creek,  three
miles north of Government island on
the south side of Pitl lake.    The
ference in altitude is 1,200 feet.
j purpose n enl loned In tho api licatlon
Ig the generation of electricity on the
���applicant's property near i'itt lake.
The second application is for water
In the same locality and for the same
purpose,    li  is to he taken from an
unnamed stream about one and one-
hair mihs south of Sharp's creek, the
difference   In   altitude   between   "���-
of   diversion  nnd   the   place
Nearly $6,000
Raised Today
Necessary $35,000
Must    be' Prosecution of Drug Sellers-'
to  SecureI    in Philadelphia Has Sensational Development.
of
of di-
dlf
The
the  lnn-
tlie campaign
some   of   the
will   make   a
lhe
to
pei ton
'l he
the
has
on
-��� FETE TO MARK END
Surrey
prices  all   over
iuii  >et   had  any ^^^^^
city property;  it is yet to come, and
when it doi's. thc buying will be swift,|
remarkably low priced.
deals   \V.   J.   Kerr
not registered the title, if H is produced ai the courl ol revision or left
with tbe city clerk In the meantime,
;l <>'i'i be sufficient.
'l o be compi tenl to vote, the title
musl be In possession of the voter.
An  agreement   for  sale  is  nol   sutll-  point
cient, i>s it does not pjove ownership   which it will he returned on the same
to the land. stream being about 1,000 feet.
 ��� John W. Wise applied  for a record
GOOD ARM SAVES LIFE. of one cubic foot, to he taken from an
  unnamed  stream  tn   South   Westmin-
Seattle, April 8.���Frank Rrannon, a ster, the water to he used for domestic
fireman at  the Barber  Asphalt  com- an<j agricultural purposes at his hotel
Ballard,   yesterday j near the bridge
caught  his
The  Y.   M.   C.   A.  campaign   is  on ,
ue  stretch, and   the  Btrala   Of '
is beginning to tell on j
committeemen,  but all
herculean   effort   for   a
hurricane finish today.    A number of
people   who   were   expected   to   contribute   liberally   have   refused   their
aid,  but   on   the   whole,   the   citizens
have responded nobly.
Yesterday one hundred and forty-
four contributors helped to swell the
buil-dlng fund with $4,000, bringing
the total up to $29,023, nearly $6,000
short of the required amount. A number of subscriptions have been prom
ised, but no account of these Is
card  Is Bigned and
is slovv-
reach-
of  Blen-
icre;  and
Y an co li
as lots are
Amongst oth^L^_^^^
disposed of 100 acres at Langley, Sec
22, Tp. 8, to .1. McLachlein    " ~**~
^^^^^ helm, Ontario, for   .^5 per
METIWVEHE(fT8|'.lirE���HtLM.ae,
farm fetched $200 per acie.
Two   lots   on   Fourth   avenue   and
bri a. ht   $2,000,  and
pany's plant In
while passing the mixer
clothing in the gearing and w
ly ('ragged into the wheels. He
ed over and shut off the power, but
not until one arm had been dragged
into the cogs and broken in several
Brannon also suffered severe
his throat  and face.
places. -^^^
cuts around
The fourth application was made by
the Squamlsh Hop Ranch. Limited. It
is for four cubic feet of water, to be
taken from an unnamed stream and
used for irrigation purposes on
company's ranch on the S.W. V
the X. E. ���>. of section 14, township 50.
tlie
of
Spcsal Made to  Fitt   .gl>   Celebrate
]Completion of Work by Seven
Day Festival.
Eleventh  street
one
on Nanaimo and Six-
of
llavor hoe  has  announced   a   pro-
1*to hold a  summer  carnival   in
aster on Twenty-Fourth-
" .v week.    The occasion would be
Station of  Empire  Day  and ,
practical   completion   of   the   Co- ]
bbla Kteel    improvements,    which
tfUKIS   state    Will    be    almost
,���,,,..���. been called for five
|ft& <m Vionday afternoon, and
i...-. willing to help  the
ieme nloiig ta tequested to be pres-
It.  "We onj want live ones." said
Lei who are prepared
��� .��� ��� tie thing with i nthuslasm
b: re ll one of the blggesl car-
pis that : ��� ver been held in
ll .
the Intentii a  la  to have  a  huge I
I "        :: pany,     or      several
pusement companies,   here,   which
pul on Midway attractions, etc.
Worship already   has a  line  on
If  Barnes   Amusement    company,
lien is al present   putting on  the
tractions al  a carnival  in  Spokane.
fl�� company will carry a complete
ilpmi   l ol  I  .   latest  "stunts," and
e people of  New   Westminster  will
i given an opportunity to enjoy nil
sensations   afforded    to   the   palms ol Ci nej island and Luna Park-
Hon   particulars   of  the   propose."
corner lot   ^^^^^^^^^^
tcenth Btreet  $1,000.
The   same   hi in   sold   1,000   teet
t��rfroBtaze on Barnston island to
rXSSJ-   15 per toot; eighteen
'_ j!, of Surrey, close  In,  was sold
Srday bV them for $12,000
Wilson &  Cook '"-
CANADIAN TRADE G'JTIBGK
IS QUITE SAT1SEACT0RT
BANK CLEARINGS SHOW
INCREASES EVERYWHERE
-Dun's we
ekly
Messrs.
have heen
and
the   buyers  of   Surrey
bargains fell
amongst
Langley; also a few city
Into their hands.
Evans  &   Darke
Sapperton   and   have
lots  round  the
iheni are now selling
this  month.    The
New York, April S
review of trade tomorrow will say:
Canadian trade despatches from Canada continue to express the utmost
satisfaction regarding the outlook, and
state that the movement of merchandise Is extremely satisfactory. The
goods trade reports considerable
New York,
weekly bank
during the week
April    8.-
clearlngs
-Bi adstreet's
for    Canada
dry
in very g
ood
dealing
dls-
new
^__jhnvo been
chiefly in
posed of many
school', some of
for the third lime ^^^^^^^
completion of Hospital street has also
IncrSused values there and the demand for lots is hard to meet.
11. 11. Lennle sold several fine
blocks in Surrey, and acreage in the
Kennedy subdivision, tor wliich there
is an increasing demand,
has also been in greal
week.
activity and millinery Is
request, while travelling salesmen
are sending in fairly good orders for
fall and winter staples. Trices show
little change and are firm, and r
tances are quite satisfactory. Failures
in Canada number 22, against 21 last
week. 27 the previous week and 22
last   year.
Port Kella
favor   this
Montreal
Winnipeg   	
Ottawa   	
Calgary        	
Hamilton ��������� ���
Victoria .*���������
Edmonton    . ��� ���
| Toronto     	
emlt-1 Yaiicouver    ...
' Quebec       	
Halifax     	
St. John, N. B.
London.   Ont. .
DEAD  MEN  ON   PAY   ROLL
OF NEW YORK CITY j been
the company
Working Hours Reduced.
N'ew Haven, Conn.. April S.���Notices
have been posted in tlie New Haven
road repair shops here reducing the
number of hours of work per week
from 48 to 40. All work on Saturday
heen discontinued. It is
that similar order:
^^^B      Ine
$41.8?;.000    16
.  16,717,000
4,723,000
, 2.8G4.000
2,005,000
1,789,000
1,305,000
35,125,000
8,076,000
2,496,000
'. 2,387,000
1,668,000
1,911,1 00
Dec.
34.0
21.2
85.4
20.1
57.9
18.6
30.7
88.9
13.8
35.0
20.1
32.6
^^^^^^__^_|,aken
until  the pledge
turned into headquarters.
No Percentage for the Secretary.
Reports which have been clrculi ...I
to the effect that Travelling Secretary
C. R. Sayer was to receive a fat percentage of   the   amount   collected   are
plained to  The  News that   he is  paid
flatly   denied  by  Mr.  Sayer,  who ex-
a Btraight salary hy an executive com- |
mittee   composed   of   representatives
from the various associations in west-'
ern Canada with headquarters in Win-
nlpeg.    lt is customary for the local
committee, if a campaign is successful to bear the expenses of the secretary   while   he   is   working   in   the j
city, but this is quite optional.   After
a local association ls formed and on
sound footing, it  is usual for contributions to he made to the executive
committee, but this also is optional.
Be Generous Today.
On  this  last  day of the  campaign
the citizens are expected to open wide
their purses and pocket books and contribute   liberally,   aiming   at    making
the amount closer to $40,000 than .35,-
000.   Only a very small percentage of
the  citizens  have contributed.   Many
to   be   approached,   but
iny eases, and
Philadelphia, April 8.���A sensational
development In the investigation ot
the Pharmaceutical hoard, which is
cans ing on a crusade against the-
Illegal sale of cocaine, was made today
when Benjamin P, Ashmead, li. S.
governtr nl Inspector of drugs for the-
Fort of i hlladelphla, was arrested oa
a warrant charging him with being
connected with the tr.iilic.
Informer's  Name  Withheld.
The warrant   was  sworn  oui   by a��-
lnan   whose   name   is   withheld,   who*
i barges thai   Ashmead  is the largest
���distributor of the chug to peddlers In
f nlladelphla.
Made Big Profits.
Dr. Christopher Koch, of the state
board, who is directing the crusade...
said this afternoon that It was possible for Ashmead to obtain cocaine
at $3 an ounce and sell it to ped-
dlera at $S an ounce. These peddlers;
Dr. Koch said, in turn sold the cocaine in smaller quantities to users of
the drug at a prod; of between
and $110 an ounce.
$2!V
ALLEGED MURDERER IS
CAUGHT ALTER LONG CHASE
Indian Supposed to Have Killed Howard Wade on August 29 Is Captured by Special Constable.
are   wall in J
this is impossible in m
therefore  a  special  request   is  made
by the  committee that  subscriptions
be  turned  in  direct  to headquarters,
or to any of the volunteer workers.
The standing of the teams at
| night on Friday:
I Citizens' Committee.
mid-
has
stood
here
under
have
given at
the Readvllle shops of
Work on the Big Ditch.
Washington. April S.���The total excavation of the Panama canal for the
month of March was 3,067,479 cubic
yards, against 2,602,996 yards ln February. The dally average output was
117,980 yards, against
���>liif.>ll   for   mt;   in,,,,,,
and a half
(F. O
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday    .
Friday   	
TEAM 1.
t'alilield. captain. 1
Total
August Charlie, alleged Indian murderer of Howard Wade on August 2��
last year, was captured at Lillooet
lake and brought to Vancouver yesterday. The arrest was made by Special Coastable Joe Cole, of Sumas, who-
started on his lonesome hunt a week
or twi ago.
Wade and August Charlie had beea
logging    together   on    Silver    Creek-
: About September 1, a man passing tha
camp found Wade on the beach, with
; his body mutilated beyond recognition..
His skull was crushed in and his arm'
broken and an attempt had been after-
' wards   made to  burn  the   body.     He
was Identified by his shoes and clothing.   Charlie had disappeared and the*
police have heen looking for him ever
since.   He was brought to New- Westminster   last   night   and   will   appear
���.���  for   his   preliminary   hearing   before-
3,226   Magistrate  Pittendrigh  this morning.
j.13.174 in February. The rainfall for the month of
March was nearly an Inch i
than the previous montli.
greater
il 8.���Dead
men are
Coin-
New York. Apri
__m,%Z&��pZ -
mnts,  reported   to
he
of   acB lhe   niayoi
today.
ln   one  instance
man who Is filling a dead man
Is also drawing pay in his own name.
The commissioner believes the two
instances he has uncovered
that   the
shoes
are par'
1 he accuses
I come out at the meeting on Mon- 0f nn extensive s>ste"�� ��� f  (,Ili;i.
[afternoon,    The advertising   fea- a   Tammany   dis n< i   ' ��� KvW,,������,
kof the carnival will he one which I n0ering one of the rrau * ^ ^ ^
appi   i   to  most   of   the   business  has  been  placed  i.i
let) ol thi
fLEVEN  CORRESPONDENTS
NAMED BY MAN AND WIFE
district   attorney.
SOWING  STARTS.
Middle
N     " \i-i il St.���Both Isa Wll-1
fw Heln, Honduras vice-consul here. I
m waa Edna Valentine
j  divorce,   aad    between |
e nami d eleven corn s '
I
. '"''s. Heln  a; pi are l  yesterday    I
' courl   in   her   ova   '	
! Ill Ii she Ig the defend n! In
|lK' ���'' ��        . : of her husban I,
Heln  named  six  correspond'
"'       I       ill and her husband nam-
Ilnong  them  Norman   Selby,
known  as    Kid   McCoy,  a
|
Mr p. '
tlflon
totter,
Farmers of .
Seeding   ini
West Comment
Week.
Winnipeg.
coived  bj   the
says that
8,���Reports
I tic
re
rail
way
Apr! .
Canadian   I'aj
ding commenced in
Ince on Monday
Sns
M
sei
of this pt<
a" ',:,,,s,���r;   pMaiiii i and i
Mtttowan.Sdlthe amount of w
parts
��� 11	
dons is sinaii.
At    MacLeod
Southern
been  done, sotnf^^^^^^^^^
lug practically  completed  their w
In tills regard for
ftnd    Lethbridge
uherta,  more  sowing
oI the fanners
1
the season.
Mi Coj is a daughter of Wash-
*   Valentine,   a   wealthy   im-
NEWCYA0P?UBE0CAL0ARV   HONORS
'RUSSIAN ADOPTS A YAQUI.
I   ,ef Insurgent Chief Becomes Mem'
ber of International  Family.
les.    April   8.��� Dr.   M.   S
Long  Beach,    took  legnl
to acquire another mem-
"International" family by
application   In   the     probate
.���� Anne
^"iiz. of
?* today
? 'or hla
making
',|"!n for permission to adopt Hamond
JWtiorlB, a   Yaqul   Indian   boy    ""
I ra��t��lm obi
Dr- Schu'tz
OalKary, April R.���The
EE������ ss- ���	
IS
Is
has
H'n mi"""' ,:1 a Prussian nnd
,    Children of his own.   Besides, he
a .1 , 0,,,,Ml :> Korean and a mulatto
_,, 's casting  about  for   Infants  of
, "0|' racr,<,
tamily,   ���,
third i\ny of
drew   the
marked
events bringing
^  and
did performances over jumps.
A string of horses recently Imported from New York by F. C
defined up in five classes, being In B
distinct class hy themselves us far
ns competitors were concerned, Mr
Lowes wlll show at tho const,
should have no trouble In winning
championships at the Vancouver show
'^ '"  "dVr ^   FREN^TLE^AR   S^ATOON
tor   Infants
ind cd
fer��� ���'    '"'  believes  that   racial   AM
provMi8 ':"1 t'" 'argely eradicated by
Hip   i nf a  I>!0I>fr  environment   for
T) '" '''ti
no Yi���,���t tl0y adoptp(1 tfydny is a   ��� ������ ".nn;[in ovor the
M? Jwj��jwrg��t chief in 8onora,|tetchewM ��^y g(J vl;i clllcago
SETTLE      ^^^^^^^
.   Montreal, f^t^gi SfK
French-Canadlan^er^ettJorB^
and
(.1
Tuesday   ..
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
TKAM  2.
D.  Kennedy,  captain.)
$1,600
750
510
60
Young  Men's Committee.
Total
TFAM 3.
Lusby, captain.)
2,920
(L
Tuesday   . .
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday   . . .
TEAM A.
L. Adams, captain.)
$500
403
151
165
(L. n
Tuesday   ., ���
Wednesday I	
Thursday     ��� I       ^
Friday   	
$660
1,795
717
Total          1'219
Total
3,344
TRAM B.
(Bert Gilley, captain.)
Tuesday  	
Wednesday   	
Thursday	
Friday   	
TF.AM  4
MacKenzie
ie, captain.)
tli.  11.  ........^^^^^
Tuesday     $100
Wednesday      60
Thursday      145
Friday     10
. $90'
1,550
455
165
Total        2.260,
Total
TF.AM  6.
MacDonald, captain.)
315
(H.
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
t Friday
TEAM C.
Tidy,   captain.)
$440
220
258
240
$450
300
(J. W
Tuesday   \
Wednesday            ^2
Thursday         253
Friday   	
Total          1-15R
Total
1,445
TKAM  I).
I Thomas   Trapp.   captain, i
Tuesday   	
Wednesday    	
Thursday    	
Friday   	
$185
686
75
540
TEAM ''������
Carter-Bmlth,
���aptaln
)       I
$605
440
Total
(A.
(Aid. .1.
Tuesday
Wednesday    . . ��� ^p^p^p^p^p^H       .or,   -       .
Thursday           HI  Tuesday
Friday    '	
     2,300
TEAM
Whittaker.
captain i
1,436
$635-
Total
(B.
Team 7.
II. Sands, captain.)
860   Wednesday      556
Thursday      341
Friday     508
Total     2,040.
Tuesday
$685
235
Wednesday            100
Thursday
Friday
Total
165
1,185
Tuesday
TEAM 8.
(T. 11. Smith, captain.)
  No report
1,000
Wednesday    ��..
Thursday        1.105
Friday           355
     2,460
Total
TEAM 9.
(T. J. Trapp, captain.)
m-     j.���   __m*M**************m.. ��� ���   $2-395
Tuesday     i 085
Wednesday    yj��t     '��� 25
Total  Friday collection    $ 1,618-
Total Young Men's collection. .    8,163
Grand Totals���
Citizens'   Committee    $20,870*
Young Men's Committee . .    8,163:
i  .���..
Combined   co'lectlon    $29,023
Notes.
The  workers  will  bp at  headquarters  all   day.  and  tonight    at    nine
o'clock  will hold  a  meeting to flnafc
reports.
Help the boys to help themselves
Givers so far number 508.
Among other contributions: A type��-
< ,-u
H
rt
5'��i .;;:iJ:_.|"K^en captured by | way ^ jn thp
"m soldi
to'lny.    1 wej qu .���
French-Canadian eol-
ibllshed by Kev. Father Berule
Thursday          ^o iwrlter- Vttlu^ at |125; twZ F.'Ct��2-
FHdav          16�� I valued at $25 each;   one  hall clock..
valued at $25, and  five sacks of
filiivor.  """llf,rs.   She was given inio   " :,nhiuiied bv Kev. rtuuei ��-	
Ct' Pamo t0 Lo�� An��plp8 rtur- 22/SSSSSS. The Party Is well pro-
"VaSH* U,e famlly 'n Wh'Ch Bhe   vSd wlS money. ��
SMASH THE RECORD
�����   the   Top-M.000  Will
Shoot   th.   indicator   to^t^ L|bw,���y Todsy
Top-1^000 Will   Do It but No  Limit
Total    ���    3,BC!> 1 tatoea have been promised
Several money gifts have been
, Total   Citizens'
po
le Total  Fridsy ?0,^tnlon;;:;;,2o;87o' ceFved["from Japanese cltliens, PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY
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1910.
Classifiedjdvertisements
WANTED.
WANTKD --  EXPERIENCED    MAX
for real estate work. References.
Good proposition. P. L. Secord it
Co., 450 Columbia St. Sapperton.
IVANTED���FIRST CLASS TAILOR-
r.ss. Apply A. S. Seil>on. Sixth
stieet.    Enter by Cunningham hall.
WANTED���WOMAN���AGE IS TO 30
���to help with general housework.
Two children. Good home and
wages. Apply Prentice, ISoT Napier .street,   Vancouver. ___^
WANTKD TO  RENT ��� BY  YOUNG
couple, with best references, small,
well furnished modern house or
apartment.    A. D. V.. this office.	
WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOUSE
for four to six months; small family���no children. F. J. Hart & Co..
Ltd.
SLEEP   AND   DREAMS.
WANTKD���TO RENT  BY  MARRIED
couple, one or two furnished rooms !
close to business section.    Address
Permanent, News Office.	
WANTED���ACREAGE IN BURNABY
suitahle  for subdivision.    Reply  to
Bona Fide." News Office.	
WANTED���SIX TO EIGHT ROOMED
cottage; fully modern; close in;
good location. Write P. 0. Box ITU,
City.
WANTKD ��� A GOOD HUSTLER
knowing real estate business. Apply Room 4 and a, Merchants Bank
building.
WANTED���WASHING BY THE DAY
for family by Japanese woman. Mrs.
Truchl. 27 McNeely Street.
WANTED���DRESSMAKERS; GOOD
wages to experienced parties. Mrs.
Clarkson, 851 Davie St., Vancouver.
WANTED���TO RENT ONE OR TWO
pleasant furnished rooms or small
tfui'nisfie3 house by married couple.
Address A. B., this office.
STABLE  MANURE  HAULED AWAY
regularly,   the   whole   year   round.
Arrange with B. C. Nurseries, P. 0., !
City.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���CHEAP FOR CASH. A
200-eeg Petaluma incubator in good
condition.    Apply  H. I., this office.
FOR SALE ��� WHITE LEGHORN
eggs; single comb; good strain; five
cents each. Samuel Wilkinson,
Sixth street, East Burnaby.
FOR SALE���TWO LOTS ON THIRD
Avenue, East Burnaby. Price .350.
Must sell; owner leaving city. Apply 14, New office.
FOR SALE���TWENTY CORDS OF
wood.    Apply S. J. News Office.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOR RENT���ON TENTH STREET.
facing Moody Bquare, 6 rooms
(W. C.i. immediate entry. Apply
Smith, 1007 Sixth avenue.
FARM TO RENT ��� TO RENT OR
lease by tbe month or year, small
farm at Sunbury, good house and
barn; easy terms. Apply K., this
office.
TO RENT ���LARGE FRONT BED-
room suitable for gentleman. Apply 009 Victoria street, near Daily
News office.
FOR  RENT.
TO LET���SIX-ROOMED COTTAGE.
Vacant May 1. Rent $23. Apply
2:.'l Hartco ptreet, evenings, between  G 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 montlie if tenant
suits. Apply to P. Peebles, 020 Columbia Street.
FOR RENT���HOUSE AND 4 LOTS
In Burnaby, near car line, 5 rooms
and bath room, pantry, etc. Rents
for $12 per month. May lease for
G months If tennent suits.
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
for f��ie or two .adles, close to car.
015 Hamilton street, city.
FOR   EXCHANGE���FIVE   ROOMED
House nnd lot in Vancouver, value
$2000, for house and lot in New
Westminster. Apply, Box P. R.
News  Office.
A. G   MARSHALL
South Westminster Phone F507
Acreagt  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 0, 12, and
18 months.
15 Acre farm; well stocked and In
good cultivation; with furniture
and equipment.   Easy terms.
120  Acres;   $liuo per  acre;   close  in.
Good terms.
J5 Acres; all under crop; fi cows,
horses and equipment; $r>000; $2000
cash, remainder on terms.
Dr. Phelan of Kingston Lectures on
Subject at Ottawa.
Ottawa, April S.���A most interesting
lecture was delivered here yesterday
before the professors and students of
the University of Ottawa by Dr. Daniel Phelan of Kingston on "The Phenomena of Sleep and Dreams." He drew
attention first to its periodicity, and
to tlie sensation of weariness by which
It is always preceded, if no: caused.
First, '.here i? a grateful .feeling of
mental and bodily relaxation; the
mental activities disappearing, from
tiie higV'it to the lowest, in sleep;
first ilii'i'cing and determining, then
the imnp'nat'cn and fetelings. and finally co isc-^i.sness. Of the other
senses =:ueil is the first to disappear,
then sig'n felling, and finally hearing, which I (ing the most intimate
connection vjtn the outside world, is
hist to ri main awake. The skin becomes mcr^ active during sleep than
at any ntbei time, making one more
liable to  ch'iis.
Portions of the nervous system reserve their power for voluntary action
during sleep, as Is shown by the wonderful feats of the sleep-walker,
walking in perilous places, writing and
composing music with accuracy; of
soldiers walking and riding while asleep, the mother rocking her infant
in the cradle, the water birds paddling
with one foot.
The amount of sleep necessary varies with the person. The first two
hours are the most important, as it
reaches its highest point. Too much
sleep is, of course, Injurious, as the
consciousness requires exercise for its
development. Sleep comes at the demand of exhausted nature, but any
unusual sound will awake one, or the
cessation of a sound to which one is
used. All virtues favor it, and all
vices discourage it. Those engaged
in mental work require more than
those engaged in manual labor.
Dreams are the residue of the
activity of a slumbering brain. Some
dreams depend upon outward influences, as the closing of a bedroom
door makes us dream of hearing a
shot or thunder; or the nerves of the
skin becoming dulled by lying in a
certain position makes one dream of
flying; or an obstruction to breathing
or circulation, an illness, an overloaded stomach or a bad position when
sleeping gives one the nightmare.
When sleep ls profound there are no
dreams. Self-consciousness and judgment being absent in dreams make
them straggling, confused, inconsequential, and in this the natural phenomena of dreams have a close analogy
to the manifestations of insanity.
There is no doubt that many of the
delusions of the insane aie really
dreams which they have not been able
to separate from their waking experiences, the corrective influences of
judgment and reflection being wanting. One can dream nothing that he
has not experienced or has not
thought, even though seemingly long
forgotten. Sir William Hamilton said
that tlie mind frequently contains
whole systems of knowledge, wliich.
though in our normal state may have
faded Into absolute oblivion, may in
certain abnormal states, as madness,
delirium, somnambulism, etc., flash
into luminous consciousness.
FOR  FIRST  CLASS
JOB PRINTING
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
739   FRONT  ST.,   WINDSOR   BLOCK
""���oDrletress. Mrs. M. Dominy.
New Advertisements |     Society
ALLIGATORS tree A
Reptiles   Lip
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
SURREY! SURREY! SURREY;
If you are interested in Surrey acreage we would be pleased to have
you call and see our list. We have
exclusive sale of some of the besi
buys in Surrey an
property. Our list is too extensive
to give in full here and if you are
not suited with these, cail at our
office and let us show you some
money makers.
BRENING   &   CO.
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
Rooms 4. 5 and  6.
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Corner Columbia  and   Begbie Streets.
Phone  6S6
Premier Hotel  in New Westminster-
Mr. James Leamy went up
mon Arm during the week.
to Sal-
Palmetto
Johnson w
Me   lr>   Wait  i
April
d can deliver the|About,
���
4 acres with waterfront in
l Burnaby; car line going the
lengi   ;  V
Lot  9.  block  3  of  "L" district   lot  29
in Burnaby; J
SURREY ��� 25 acres in Section 27
Township 2, facing on Hjorth road;
..450 per acre;  terms.
2 Aces cleared land in Burnaby on
Hastings road; five minutes from
city   car,   ten   minutes    from   new
SURREY���35 acres N1
tion 2h Township 2;
, of E1 2 of Sec- i
$225 per acre.
4   Lots   in   Sapperton   fronting   Tenth
nue; Jl 600; together.
SURREY���Southwest i4 of Section 27 1
Township 2;  Price $100 per acre.
SURREY���$40 per acre buys 160 acres
one mile from tram line.
40 Acres in section 6 in ward 1 facing coast Meredian roai in Surrey;
(250 per acre.
60   Acres    in    section    36    in    Surrey;
SURREY���$400    per   acre
acres on Hjorth road.
buys    120      about   20   acres   cleared;   J-
per
SURREY���$85 per acre buys 50 acres
of good land on the Clover Valley
and Townline roads In the N'W^
of Section 3J Township 8.
4   Section   25: ;
The Yale road '
runs through this property.
SURREY���Southwest
price $125 per acre.
BRENING   A   CO.
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
Rooms  4.  5  and   6.
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Corner Columbia and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 686.
SURREY���N.W. 1/4 of sec. 24. town-
Bhlp -'; good soil and near Yale
road; $S5 per acre, $6600 cash; 6,
12, IS and 21 months .
SURREY���$700 an acre buys 4'/�� acres
on tram line known as Lots 7 and
8 ln  Section  3'.'  Township  2.
SURREY���A fine subdivision or
ranch; 40 acres; the S.E. % Sec.
33. Township 2; price $350 per acre;
good terms.
SURREY���South \'z of N.E. '4 of Sec.
33, Township 2; J4-5 per acre; one-
fourth cash.
SURREY���18 acres;   4 acres cleared:
facing on Townline road: lots 2 and
3      of the N.W. % Sec. 31, Township
A. G.  MARSHALL,
South Westminster Phone F507
SNAPS IN WATERFRONTS.
160 acres of good land un ler crop.
with 30 chains of waterfront. Price
only  $500 per acre,  on  terms.
Mrs, .1.  K.  Phillips, Queens avenue,
will nol receive uutil May.
��� ��   ��
Mr. C. B. McAllister has been the
guesl of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Harold
G   Barnet
* ���   ���
Mrs, George A. Allen entertained
at the tea hour on Wednesday afternoon.
��� ���    ���
Mr. and Mrs. G. Shannon have left
i to   take   up   their   residence   in   Van-
j couver.
* *    ��
Mrs. Frederic Calder. of Ashcroft. is
v'.siting   Mrs.   1).   J.   McQuarrie,  First
street.
��� ���    ���
Miss Muriel Cotton. First street, was
hostess to the Duodecem club on Friday afternoon.
* *    *
Mrs. K. L. Webber. Third avenue,
will not receive on Thursday and not
again  until  further notice.
��� ���    ���
Miss  Plttendrlgh   was   visiting  her
sister,   Mrs.   Alexander   Garrett, in
Vancouver   during   the   week.
��� ���    ���
Miss Marion Martin  was a guest at
a  dance at   the  home  of   Miss  Norrls
in  Vancouver during  uie  week.
��� ���    ���
Mrs.   Bedell, of  Albany.   X. Y.,  will
receive with her sister. Mrs. II. ('.
I Major. Blackford street, next Wed-
1 nesday afternoon.
* *    ��
Mr. and  Mrs.  W.  A.  Munro, of Ma-
! gee. spent Sunday In town, the guests
I of Mrs. Munro's brother, Mr. Henry
L. Edmonds, Fifth street.
topmost  i.
Bayou swamp 1,
I > 3
a "...
Bbeen ,^M
past  v.t . ���;.
from
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I "ok
from  alligati J10*   .
days ago and .    '    ���
In his hat told tl L
lie  bad  been  I . ";.hM��
when alllgatot 1 if
in, 1
The   alllga .,'"?>
and the I . /"N ,
tl   I-,,-,
skiff.
"��tit,
tree.    He  climbi  1      , ,    f
Chat   the  alligal I'lM
but they maintained vleli -,. V���
of the treet  day and >Mit ,, ,
terror-stricken   lad   li B|    n'Pr.nl11
dared  not attempt   to escnn^
starved  I    flea?*1
boat.     He
Mrs 1
1
"una,
14 acres excellent land with house
and buildings, with 21 chains waterfrontage. Railway through property.    Price $8000, quarter cash.
2 '.price $350 per acre.
SURREY���3,000 feet of waterfrontage
containing 100 acres; price $21 per
front foot.
$55 per acre buys 160 acres of good
land on Great Nort'iern railroad.
the southeast '* of section 3". township 10, Langley. Known as the
Brockie place; 40 acres cleared;
house, barn, fruit trees, etc. A going concern.
BURNABY���2 large lots near city car
line; price $250 each; one-fourth
cash, balance $10 per month.
We will buy two city lots close to
car line���must be market prices and
easy  terms.
WILSON,   COOK   &   CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
160 acres nearby all cultivated, txc 1-
lent land, waterfrontage North Arm,
near city.
40  acres, with  waterfront.
Good terms.
Sunbury.
One   acre   waterfront,    quarter
from Lulu Island bridge.
mile
NOTICE
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
NOTICE
To Property Owners on Columbia
Street re Columbia Street Improvements.
Any property owners having a basement, on Columhla street, and who ls
desirous Of having new or additional
prism lights, must give notice of same
within seven days from date; otherwise applications cannot he considered, as the street Improvement! must
be completed at once.
J. W. B. BLACKMAN,
City  Engineer.
City Hall, April 7, 1010.
132 Feet on Columbia street, New
Westminster; excellent view; double corner, with residence.
Two excellent lots; North Vancouver;
double corner; $100 caBh, balance to
'BUlt.
40 ft. Waterfront ; three minutes from
(be bridge;  $50 per foot.
APPLY���
A.  G.   MARSHALL,
(Real Estate Office. Phone F. 507
i South Westminster,
J. W. PAY
LANDSCAPE  GARDENER.
Twenty years experience nt lawns,
boulevards, sodding, grading and
pruning of all kinds. Satisfaction
guaranteed.    Orders solicited.    Apply
KELLINGTON BROS.
Begbie  Street.
TENDERS
Tenders solicited for repairing and
removing St. Patrick's hall. Plans
and specifications can be seen at St.
Louis college, A. L. Lavery and
Small and Bucklln's ollice.
Tenders to be extended to April
16, 1910.
FATHER O'BOYLE.
Notice Is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, as "Vidal
& Bacchus." of the City of New Westminster, as Customs Brokers, has
been this day dissolved by mutual
consent. All debts owing to the said
partnership are to ho paid to H. P.
Vidal, and all claims against the said
partnership are to be presented to the
said H. P. Vidal, by whom the same
wlll be settled.
Dated at the City of New Westminster, B. C, this 31st day of March,
1910.
H. P. VIDAL.
G. W. BACCHUS, JR.
40   feet   waterfront,    three     minutes
from bridge.   $50 per foot.
Apply for terms.
A. G. MARSHALL,
Estate Office.
South Westminster Phone F507
R. T. PRINCE
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
Books Opened on Approved  Systems.
Bryinner.  Mrs.   Y ..
old G. Barnet. Mlrs. .1
Mrs. A. F. Cotton. :,i:
and Miss Corbould.
��� ���   .
Among the  New  \v,
pie   attending   the   Bad
dance In Vancouvi: w,  ,. m, ���J
J.  H.  Diamond,  Mr  an I Mvj
Jones. Mr. and Mrs   W  i;. y'lJi
Mr. and Mrs   A. C   Eddy, Mffl
gowan,  Miss  Corbould   Miss (i
Miss Alma Leamy, Miss
Miss Winnie Keary, Mlgg pM|J
Lillooet   Armstrong,   Mb    ������,.,
Lewis.   Mr.   Tuck.
Mr.   E.   N.   Sutherland, Mr, ft
Mr. Sidney Smith and Mr. Macrae I
��� ���   ���
Mrs. Oouli t  was t] e hoBte. .J
very  Jolly  date,    ot ���       .���,.,.',
of this week at hei g r'l
avenue.    Mrs.   Go ill I  1 ntertalnefl
honor of the twenty-Arsl hlrthdav ti
her    son,    Mr.  Evi 1   te Goulel
assisting  her  were  11 r   two  you
daughters and  Mis. McCutcheoiI
Mrs. Heaton.   The rooms werebfl
tifully  decorated  with daffodils 1
carnations.     The ous  drairtij
rooms  were used  for dancing why
the hall and Bitting roomwerei
for sitting out.
��� <   ���
The opening hit'ire in rnnncctld
with the opening of the thenlcw
term of Westminster Hall was del
Pldgeoo on Wei
nesday fevering. The sut'ject wil
"The Church ot the West" Amoal
those delivering addresses on FrHif
���   ���   ��� (evening at  another college functli
Mrs.   Jardine.   of   Victoria,   is   tho j were  Lieutenant   Governor PatemS
guest of her sister, Mrs. Thomas Glf-! Hon. Dr. Young, Hon   W. 3 HnwseJ
ford.    Mr. and  Mrs. Gifford and fam-   Rev. Dr. Fraser and Rev. T>r. Taylotf
tly expect shortlv to move into their, of this city.   A large number of N*
new home on Third street. Westminster  people who are <!<".!
: Interested  In   the  progrese of \\est.
���   ���   ��� I minster   Hall   attended  theai
Mrs. Beauchamp Tye and Miss Viva 'tlons during the week,
Blackwood, of Victoria, have heen the ���   *   *
guests of Mrs. J. S. Clute. Sixth av-,    Among   the   many delightful ta
entie,  during  the   week   and   will   re-   tions  In   honot     '  Mlsa DorlaCW(j
main  in   town   until   after   thc  Clute-j whose marrlaiv to Mr. Mcllniilali
j McBaln wedding. place on Tuesd    . waa a veryctoi
ing tea on Wednesday afternoon fl
which Miss Ji ephlm Martin. Qoeeml
avenue, was I ���'���>-��� Miss ''':!T1
tin wns assisted by ber alsfer, M��I
c   E  Dohert)    During the afternoon,|
Miss Nora Armstrong entertained
:\ few girl friends at the tea hour
on Friday afternoon of this week In
honor of Miss Doris Clute.
Mrs.   Teuscher,   of  California,   who . .
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. A. | W*   _f,__
Russell, of   Vancouver,   was   in   town
on Wednesday visiting friends.
Agent  for tlie
HALL SAFE  COMPANY
Cincinnati, Ohio.
P. O.  Box
Plione L578.1
Office:   Room   9.
Westminster  Trust   Block. I
Mr. and   Mrs. J,  S.  Clute announce
the marriage of their youngest daughter,   Doris   l.eslii.    to   Mr.   Herbert
Blair   McBaln,   of   Vancouver.       The   .
ceremony will be solemnized in Holy'after  a  Jolly        ��� '    '
Trinity cathedral on the afternoon of  bride-elect wai ''   J
Tuesday. April  12, at  a quarter past   shower" with I ',
two o'clock. 'girl   friends.      \\ ��� ' '   vre��Dt|
were Miss De W   ' >"���'���"������
trice Annandale. Miss Vllci  111M
Miss Claire Corb
l.ould. Miss Alma Leamy, Ml"    '
Leamy, Miss Muriel Cotton.M
Armstrong. Miss Ma     rei Lem*"
Alma   Lewis.   Miss   Eleanor W*
Miss Gertrude Brown, Mlsa MortW
Miss  Winnie   Keary.  Miss BUM
Ainistrone, ��
Mrs.   D.   11.  Macgowan,   Third   av-
enuse, will not receive during April,
The members of the Bridge club
met for the last time during the season at the home of Mrs. George I).
Brymner, Breezehurst, First street.
on Wednesday afternoon of this week.
Mrs. R. Hi Gordon was the fortunate
prize   winner.     Those   present   includ-
mott,   Miss   Lillooet
ed Mrs. George Brymner, Mrs. James  Miss Winnie Hill, of Burnaby.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Lirerpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw,  14,900 tons.
S.S. MEGANTIC���
Twin screw, 14,900 tons. The
largest and most modern. Accommodation equal to any crossing the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
IT PAY8 TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE      DAILY        NEWS
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL ��14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of fl and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
)    NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Here's Another Chance���yesterday's is sold.
Large Lot on 1st Street between Third
and Fourth Avenues, facing Queens
Park. Price $2,000, one-third Cash,
balance 6 and 12 months.
Builder's or Speculator's Bargain
$2000 cash will handle these 6 lots with
modern 8 room house in that beautiful
residential district bounded by Pine st.,
4th ave. and 3rd st.   Price $10,000.   .   .
NATIONAL FINANCE CO.
LIMITED
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 515
Curtis Block 657 Columbia St.
���Mpimni    iw THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE-
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;aseball Goods
listing  Tackle
A 1
[OREY'S
m Early while
��� is Complete
.jumlia Street���C6Q
[J^Westminster, B.C.     |
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SPECK'S      |
PECIALS {
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and   Second-Hand   Furni-
Bought  and   Sold
I   nts  for   Eaynes'   Carriages
! Capital   Milk   Separators
tecond-Hand    Bicycles    from
$,0   to   $25.00
GENERAL   REPAIRING
WOMEN  FOR  PARLIAMENT. | C. P.  R. TO  IMPROVE
  TRACK   TO   PHOENIX
Several Women Will Ee Candidates at
French   Election.
Paris. April  - ���Women candidates
for ti ��� ��� the l :��� nch I ���
ber  of   Deputl May   are  to    be
brought foi In each ol the i t
...  Pai is is dlvidi
for political purposi.--.
The  list   already  made out includes
the  nami b   of   several   notabli   Pari-
sienn -     1 ':.,���    l'. Hi tier   oni   ol tin
flrsl   woi en to be called to the Bai
and  one of the  few   women  to
til u   In . |   iciice in ihe courts,
will bi      i      tion in the fifth dr. Isloi
In the ninth division  Mme.  Mar.
:    :   mder of the woi
ade, ������: ���'.  w h    Is now
at the . .ily news]   |
The Nouvelles, will repn senl
Inlst aspirations.
Mme. Hubertine   Auclerc.   an
ler,  will  stand    in    thi   i li
division,   whilst  the   othei   .
for parliamentary    honors Mmi
Vautliier, a well  known    pari
ary correspondent, and Mmi   C
and   Mme.   Lenoii
- paper, La ��
Vpart from thi li   :��� i ilnl I  0] ni
i andld ites    repn
 il parties.    But ll
���:   ���   ���'.,������.   havi   ���     lifted theii   o
political views on the geni
nf the day in order to unite en tlie
femli    '      ��� Thus  It  Is  in I  r-
I th     they wi    all  be antl    ���   I-
md  Radh   I.
Phoenix  April s��� \v. A. Miller, superintend! Canadian Pacific
: ..- tiiis division; D. C. Fraser,
superintendent ot bridge building; C.
residi nt engineei: ll. W. Mc-
er; M. T. Main, master
. I A. Johnson, roadmaster,
I     enlx the i ther day, being
on   a  trip  over  the   Houndary   lines.
was    Superintendent    Miller's
official   visit   to   Phoenix   since
appointment as well as that
���. offl I   - an I the; avail-
ii mselves oi  the i ppoi tunitj   of
ailing  on a number of the business
the city and becoming acquainted,  being  piloted    by    Acting
Agent  Bean.
- perlntendent spoke optimistically of business prospects during
��� e ��� oming summer and anticipates
his ci mpany will expei I lai ge sums
ol money in the improvement of Its
oi -.    Chief of In to Phoe
nix among these will be tbe ballasting
���  i   entire roadbi A of the C. P. R.
. Eholt to I'hoi nix.   It is ex] ������ I fl
that this will cost s of >'".' 00
. I  a  large n men wlll he
employed.   Tl i
ed it a fool el and the
track   put   in   flrsl   class   shape.     A
������I  shovel  Is now  at   tl e    Eholt
. ��� i   pit   an I i  Ions  �� .ii  co n-
��� ence within a month     A  big Shea
:.,. wlll handle the gi    el trains,
MARKET
REPORT
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Front Street
Phone 275
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lineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
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|NE.V WESTMINSTER,   B.   6.
Office. Eighth  St
\ti"-''- ' ������
THE
MEALS AT THE
.ytton Hotel
Lvtttued  hy expert  white
V      ������.   leanest and most
1        . ,,. .  ti  iu  the  city.
���MEAL TICKET    $4.501   1
A block of 10 lots in Sapperton.   Pi ice $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
purchaser. Sold singly or en
block
*> + a a a a -a a-.-a-.-a.-a'-a-ya-i
.  .,;tendance and  fine  weathei
market y Bterday. The
supplj    was   large   and   the   vendors
��� .    ed out in force with all kinds of
. a     The best  displays  al   this I
timi   of the year are of meats of all'
;..: is     rhe vegi tabli - have lost their
frea mess and the fruits are not first
:. tbej are > xceptlonally
I for the season
With   the   exception   of   chickei
as   | radically  no  change  in
Ices of any of the commodities
Chick* ns w<n1   up i     btly.
!   ��� still  continue  to come in
in   lai       i  it atitles   and   the   whole-
sal    5 seem to be holding off on the
Bi el w  s not so pi ntlful i a H was
.  and all  thai   off. red  w"
sold.
Thi n   was  a good  supply of veai
goni, ffered that was nol In very
Utlon, being to    young  and
I   .      . . tl |8 daas ol  meal  did nol
with   the   buyers.     Prime
. in strong demand.
SU eggs  offered  to   supply
Tl. '���  was no cl ange In
, 25  cents   retail.
,  daks were offered.
T, ,   . .   .   display of cut and
p .   .. wers ..ni  thi - i  wi n   quickly
bought up.
in  thi   course of  the afternoon  a
���   sale of animals and ngs
held.
Official  Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters, per lb. . .9 to 10c
,      -  ���,      rters, per lb. .. 7 to 8c
.    b, per lb *��
Mutton, per lb ]'''
Veal,   large    '���'   * , 'lc
Veal,   medium    11%   to  12%o
P medium,  per  lb 1-1"'
Eggs,  wholesale, doz *��c
Ef gs, retail, doz \fc
Butter,  wholesale,  per  lb -^c
I      er, retail, per lb .;������; V'.o
Fowl, per doz... live J10 to  li
'Chick.ns. per il-r-:., live   -IS to .
I Broilers, per doz ?1 t0 ��
3 Ducks, per doz *|��
8 Potatoes,   per   ton    .M_.
- Ot lot      | er  -    ���   *1.^
Tut: Ips, ; ��� r Back  ��"��
Carrots,   per  sack    <����
He. ts. per sack    ;*x
P :-snips,  rer  sack    "J'J
Apples? per bos  $1.25 to 1.76
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
^O AAA cash down buy? the best business prop-
J.ZUUU erty on Begbie street; close to
Columbia, main street.   Balance very easy.
A SNAP
OAAA cash down buys 160 acres of land, rich
a^a_\\J\J\j black soil, sub-divided into 20 acre
blocks, facing Stave Lake Road, price onlv $16 per
acre. The timber itself is worth moro. The Stave
Lake Power Company is going to have car service
there in the very near future.
APPLY
C. S. News Office
! STORE, BANK FITTINGS
\ AND   OFFICE Fill 111\**J
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING-DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
NEW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
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Canadian Securities In  London. o
London. April S. ��� Application was ���
I made to the London Btock exebange J
to   list   $2,600,000   city   of   Winnipeg a
four   per   cent,  bonds   an.l   $1,250,000 ���    w/i-idkk    ,���-,-,....
,,    ,   '   , , a     WORKS���Lorner   licvciiu,   ����.._  _ _
Saskatchewan    (.oal    si\    per J ^^^^^^^^^
11 bonds. aaaaaaaa*aaaa4)aaaaa*,aaaaaa*>a ���������������������������������������������������������������������������
J. BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carline.
PHONE 473
)igfcy Electric Works  I =
We have Buyers for Houses in
parts of the city.   Owners apply to
���   H
The British Canadian Securities
Company, limited.
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:    The Dominion Trust
FURNITURE  SALE
���      ������
��� man who wins your house phices
ytblng i li cmeaily  at your com-
nd.   So  place   your   orders   wltn
iat once.
lumbia St. Opp.  Tram Office
Phone  No.  304
Comox Lind District.
Distort of Coast Range One.
'' ' notice that George Philips, of l
(-��� Crei l    occupation  baker,  i"-
pply tor permission to pur-
Wing described   ,ands'.
1 Ing at  ;i post  planted ��l
N-E. c .in. i-   ol   T.L.   2'2*2     im
"!    ��� Island; thence following line
F:'!'l T.L   south,  west,  north  and
|*to shore; thence following sll01t>
easterly,    northerly,    au(l
iwniy to point of commencement;
painlni; _oo acres, more or lese.
QBORQB1 PHILIPS.
1^ SHERMAN II. FORD,
I Hatch 10, 1910. A. ent.
FRIDAY, APRIL 15th,
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m'B Complete    Production of the  World's Greatest    ���
Martin <S. Emery Co. s Complete ^h
Ma" Operatic  Sensation
| THE
Comox Land District.
.   District of Coast Range One.
r��e notice that Alven Houchen, of
f"*a: occupation  farmer,  Intends  to
m 'or permission to purchase the
Music by Victor Herbert
Book by  Henry Blossom
-etai.  as Characterized  Us Unparalleled ^
^^'^'^1 Colonial
l��*ing described lands:
fencing at a post planted in
"'" 1,a-v *  the south  shore o.
llMnJ and' at ,lle S'E- P��int of Har"
Ken" lSlatlJ'. conll*lnlttR  20 acres
,or '��ss.   Applying for the whole
ALVRN HOUCHEN.
Karch lo.mE0RMAN H- FOrtDl
Aeent.
Presented   With   Every
gagement. of  OM J^ houm, Chicago
Four  months  urana  ^v
Theatre,  Boston.       ^ ^ ^^ Company of
'eofT SIXTY PEOPLE-   -    60
vJV/ Including
BERT O. SWOR as CON-KIDDER^^ W0QDS ��� KID CONNOR
The Famous Dutch Kid��Bes
A Beauty Chorus of Forty*"
Special AugmentedOrchestra
We are going to help build a Y. M. C. A.
We have arranged a   Furniture   Sale,   Commencing Monday
to the end of April and are giving to the Y. M. C. A. building
fund 5 per cent, of our total cash sales. Each day a Y.M.C.A.
official will check the amounts of our sales and at the end of the
month we will hand him a cheque for the sum due.
We have adopted this method purely to help along the Y.M.C.A.
As the price concessions we intend making during this Sale will
notjillow us much margin of profit, we want to be able   to hand
over to the Y. M. C.*A. as big a sum as possible, so we have
reduced our prices to make it worth your while to buy your Furniture, Carpets, etc. from us this month.   Even if you are not
enthusiastic over the Y. M. C. A., our special reductions on all
goods should attract your attention and claim your patronage.
Wa
tch  Our Ads Each  Day for   Special Bargains.
Comox Land District.
Takei       ��f Coast Ran9e 0ne-
IR��lie, """''f' 'hat Joseph storms, of
appi, j ""'"l'iition farmer, Intends to
following Sertnl.?,l(?n t0 purchase the
^tomenoln
VICTOR HERBERT'S SONG HITS���
Day  With   Me,  ��������
Co
,,:'v on wes, shore of Triangle   %      *_*.aaa*)*t
Applying  for  the   who,e   Is- i*������#���������������������"*
innds:
a Rtnan"tv"v"1K lU a po8t Ptottfl  In
H   Cnni^i   ;""B   ���     	
1(,88 6i,.r ,'llnlng  *0  acres,  more  or
llUiltt'd south of Crib Island.
JOSRPH STORMS.
��� March if, S"ERMAN H. FORD.
011 10. 1910. Agent.
VICTOR HEHtstn. o  .   Day   Wun   me,   -��
"��" """' Ca     it 8.* op... Monaw, n*  .__
ADVERTISE  IN THE'NEWS
DENNY  &  GALLOWAY
HOME FURNISHERS
43-45 Sixth Street
New Westminster, B, C.
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY
APRIL
The Daiiy News JAPANESE NAVY EQUAL TO
OLD PAPERS RECORD
EXTORTION
STEAMER
OF   '.S04
WOLVERINE   IS
DESTROYED   EY   FIRE
nEjgrVft1ffiar******raTWJ^ rr. p -
9. 1910.
^ AMERICAN, SAYS HEARST v EJ  "��
tn? C-. r:.;scy, Limited, at iLtir oSces
Corar-r   of    McKenzie   and    V: ���
Streets.
-��. A.  Paige Mar.ag'r.g  Director
��� ���      Aprii v���The steamer
:.ed   by   the   Northern
Editor   Severe y    Criticizes   Congressman   Padgett's   Statement   cf
Fleet's  Strength.
���Records
.yellow with a      Stair's age wer.:- unearthed today, which show that a high ���*
cost of living crusade was in pro;;--   - thi   opening ol  na��-
in 1804.   A document filed with judge
Moor in tha: year is  signed by one
. !.as been under-
s on the dry dock here
for the openin
waa
THE
SATURDAY,  APRIL  9,  19:0.
TO  ERITISH  COLUMBIA.
Mexico City, April S.���William Randolph Hearst severely criticised Con-
n.an i'adgett of Tennessee in a
ettei to The .Mexican ileraid yesterday.
Mr.   Hearst  took  exception  to  the j whisky is an extortion.
It in Rood to le un -J.-ough the medium of so Influent!) i an authority as
C B Foster, tbe a: dstanl passenger statement of {(representative Padgett,
agent of the Canadian Pacific rail- who recently said the efficiency of the
way,  who  hai  Ju      returned  from a   United  States navy   was  more   than
.  ..    ���   Wlnnlj ��� -.
;.-   fire this   morn-
_ . _    [ men were at work on
hundred citizei    petitioning the court: ����
to  "set  a  stipulated  price on  provi- I gained < insider-
sions for man and horse and on  li- ..: all efforts to check
gnors in the taverns of the county."
The petitioners prayed for redress   ; -    .Insured
and asserted: "It is the consensus cf
opinion that 25 cents for a meal of vic-
i tuals and 12 cents for a half ;.:.-
��
was   B
dav,
w
list*
pre?a
This
! X
S
a C
������ALWAYS ON THE LEVEL."
SAYS   JOHNSON   OF   HIMSELF
���.rip to the East, that British Colum-
twice that of tbe Japanese navy.
"This statement of Representative
bis is aitrdctlog wide attention in the Padgett Is an unhappy combination of
older parts ���:/ the Dominion, and that folly, falsity, ignorance and absurdity.
ihe present year will see quite a large  The listeJ an'J acknowledged strength
influx of settlers to this province. ?' ">e J?pan**! "/?! lstalmo. Vrlal
to the strength of the  1 nited  Stales
As   we  pointed  out tbe other  day,   fk.et   an(J thjs acknowl. dg. d srrength
there are already Indications that tbe  of the fleet of Japan does not include
Arend is towards this coast, and that  the  convertible  cruisers  in  her  sub
whilst Immigrants from the other side  !'dIze,d ^chant marine, nor yet the
Dreadnoughts which are believed to
of the Atlantic and the farmers from   be   building   for   JapaD   through   the
thc  States   are   filling   up   the   vast   agency ot some of the South Amerl-
Jands of the prairies, the old time cul-   f-an   republics,"   ls   one  ot  the   paragraphs of the  Hearst  letter.
Mr. Hearst continues:
THREE-CENT FARES   IN
CLEVELAND   SUCCESSFUL
Cleveland, April S.���Three-cent railway fares on the Cleveland Traction
Street system have not only proved
a paying venture, but after a month's
operation promise to give a handsome
surplus to the railway company.
The statement issued by the com-
covering Its operations for the
et llle, A] 111 x-���Ci owde.1      ises
Ja h   Johnson,   the   pugilist,
gave a sparring exhibition with
K .    Cutler   here   today.    Johnson,
speech, claimed he had always
I the l< vel and he had met all
���      best   men   In   the  ring  and  had
,--. -.-��� everything  the  sporting public
had  requested    The   coming battle,
ped, would be a fair fight, man
HERE'S NEWS FOR YOi
pany
Importing   Percherons.
month of March, or since the lifting of;'    Calgary, April 8.���George Lane has
the   receivership,   show   a   profit    of  a .rrancements for importing 100
$13,964 above operating expenses and pure bred Percheron mares from
the 6 per cent return allowed the Prance They will arrive in Alberta
stockholders. land be placed on his farm at Brooks
"The United States has never been
and will never be the aggressor in
any v.-ar. and therefore the possession
by the United States of a formidable
I ��������� ��� is merely an effective guarantee
of peace."
HE CHANGED HIS MIND
ON  MARRIAGE COMPACT
Poughkeepsie, N.V., April ��.���A novel  marriage contract was brought to
removing to tbe Pacific coast. This
mover, ni represents a decided advantage for British Col un,bia. inasmuch
-as our province thus receives tried
.and experienced agriculturists, who
:��et about, the work of cultivation with
S zest fcrid thoroughness that the
V.yro or beginner cannot be expected
ra> erjual.
In this movement from east to west
there Is,  as Mr, Foster observes, an
Interesting illustration of the change light when Henry Webehdorfer, a
of fee-ling among the older settlers of wealthy resident, filed an amended
tbe   middle   west.     In   former   times  ^fwer to a $50,000 breach of promi.e
suit brought against him bv .Miss M.
these    good    people    trekked    south-   Horner.
wards to the L'nited States, but to- According to the contrary, as stated
��lay. with the splendid rewards which   jn  llis answer, Webendorfer and    his
mis  province  offers   for   their ener- ^ "l^l ?SfrRtV! HI' ?** at
the will of either and without cause
S. es, they come hither. It is certain- and thereafter live apart. At their
3y far better for Canada that such of separation the husband was to pay
her people as desire to remove should the bride a stipulated sum, the am-
migrate   to  another   part   of  the   Do-  ��,unt t0 ���� regulated by the period of
.  . .. ,        ,      , their  marriage  life,
minion   rather   than   be   lost   to   the      Webendorfer now says that this slip-
country altogether  by going south.      ulatlon   "was   contrary   to  the   inter-
.N'ot  only   are   thc   prairie   farmers   ests of society and the policy of the
state of New York and is, therefore,
r
A Rare Investment
I
Two 5 Room Houses close in, near
to car line, on one full sized lot,
$3000 for the two, 1-3 cash, balance
6, 12 and 18 months. These houses
could rent for $15 each per month.
I
H. H. LENNIE
650 Columbia Street. Phone 596
f-oming to swell the population of
British Columbia, but large numbers
*jf young men aie on the way. Mr.
Foster tells ua that British Columbia:
iind Its great, possibilities are every-1
where talked about, and it is the '
.Mecca of all ambitious young men I
who desire to change their place of .
iLbode.
wholly  unenforceable".
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The
ChUd
rens
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r  : I
��� and '
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It- "''���"
[tball
It-
Coats
Have
Arrived
ALL  MUST  HELP.
An interesting coincidence Is made
apparent  by  tbe  excerpts  published
In  yesterday's News-Advertiser  from '
its las .'��� ol April >. 1890.   The Iti m
runs as  follows:     "Thi   flrst  Bod  oi ',
the  new   V.  M.   C.   A. building   was
"j;:.. :    yesterd ty    I y  the  Rev.  Dr. ���
Wild , ol    Toronto."     Though    New
Westminstei  Is  twenty years behind
the Terminal City tbllsblng Its
Y. M. <:. A. Institute, it is to be hoped
she will accomplish this with a thoroughness and  success  that  will  out- j
shine the effort of our sister city in J
IH'jO.
There is yet a goodly sum needed
to complete the total Of thirty-five
thousand dollars required for the
building lo be elected on Royal av-
/���nue. But tbe teams are determined
to work with a will today, and are
���trong in the hope that before the
lists arc close.l tonight the whole
���sum will have been raised. It would
certainly be haul upon those who
bave labored so zealously and so assiduously for iho success of this great
and good work ir anything In the
Shape of disappoint merit should come
Upon i hem at the last hour. But we
feel sure that the citizens Of New
Westminster will see to It tbat this
��loes not happen, and that those who
have not yet contributed to tins most
BOble arid worthy object will at once
r:ome forward and add their quota,
however modest, to the amount
.already  subscribed.
The  long  looked  for Spring Coats   have  at   last  arrived.   Ttea
have heen on the way sine- January,  and owing to tiie delays oa
tho railroads, have not been delivered  until now.   Come In andk
Bpect  them, bring  ihe children with you and try the coats on them.
direct importations from Berlin,  In  a  pleasing amy of styles and
colorings.    Serges In  Cream  with   gold   button  '     '  '-       ^;-v-'
with red collar and also gold hraidc.l   effects.    Scarlet
Pawn ('owns, eta    you'll be delighted with this
* -    -; J.	
play.    From  $2.50.
New Coats for Ladies
t:vi
Made from Grapes
Highest award Chicago
World's Fair
Lime   \
Phosphatei
Smart models in Cream Serge, Champagne and Fawn
Dust Cloaks, White Linen Coats, plain and braided effects,
erately   priced.     Inspection  invited.    Watch our  windows.
Reppt
Mot
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SUFFRAGISTS STRIKE
SNAG   IN   CALIFORNIA
Choice Investments
I
Los Angehs, April K.���Unless the
Suffragists can induce the men of Cal-'
ifornla to amend the constitution of
IS7!) and substitute a sexless pronoun
whorew-r the word "he" appears, women can never vole in I his slate,
'i'hls Is the opinion of lawyers who
are members of the Los Angeles charter  revision  committee.
All members of the revision committee are said to he In favor of woman suffrage and hud intended to submit an amendment giving women the
right, to vote in city elections, until
tbo obstacle offered by the state con-
.utltutioii was encountered.
I
Young  Boy Killed.
'Calgary, April 8.���The young son of
Itev. Frank Pratt, Unitarian minister,
was Instantly killed here yesterday.
lie ran after a delivery dray and was
���climbing upon the tall hoard when a
heavy iron truck fell forward from
��hp dray, striking him on the head
and fracturing his skull. He died
inptantly. Ills father Is at present In
������Sylnnlpeg.   ,.::. r^-i.i.i..iai.__\,	
Columbia Street
2 Story Brick Block, 33 ft. frontage $42,500
66 ft. Corner, close in, easy terms $13,000
132 ft. Double Corner, close in, easy terms , $22,500
Carnarvon Street
132 ft. Choice Business Site, near Russell Hotel $22,000
132 ft. Choice Double Corner, three streets $ 7,500
132 ft., Two Inside Lots $ 5,500
Everyone of the above will net you a splendid advance
in a few months, besides being an absolutely safe investment.
��� .������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������^j
A Dainty, Quickly Served "Breakfast" j|
Perhaps your appetite  is a little sluggish in the morning?
breakfast at the "ROYAL CAFE"���Everything is so clean .ind ��nfj
and the food so delicious and appetising that  you're  certain to ��nJ
it.    Prices are moderate, too.
THE ROYAL CAFE
Seabold & Jones, Props. Dominion  Trust Block-
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Watches...
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DIAMOND & CORBOULD
Room 1, Hall-La very Block, Columbia Street.      Telephone 361
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���High Grade Watch[Movements\at,
CHAMBERLIN'S, The Jeweler
Official^. P. R. Time Inspector.
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JUST ARRIVED
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Onion Setts
SEEDS OF ALL KINDS
Ryall's Drug Store
EYES TESTED FREE BY OPTICIAN
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APRIL 9,  1910.
JRDAV.
[gTiMPIONS
I SEASON'S OFFICERS
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE K1VK.
AMBITIOUS TORONTO.
I president,     ..     ,
lri��aent, It. L. Pearson;
!'���'-; ,-i C. Smith; execu-
_mi   Fitzgerald, C.  D.
'i�� 0���w\: delegates to the
Vol
f tti
pasnrer a i<--i"" ������ u	
bait had a successful season
�� ���i*r t- HDiitii; exi-cii-
hfj Fitzgerald, C. D.
RSAfford; delegates to the
F, .". city league, K. L,
Be.D- Peele. _ , _
1). lveie.
r   jrjr'a ieport showed that
*     '   ,���i :, successful season
ce In the
1 bait han a ��"-������
Kv and had a balanc.
I     |enl K-ary reported
Led the Regina had *���������<
r   . .     .#  ti,,i   /
that
_ won the
EashiP "f ,ht> cIty lcague last
laship ot ine cil,  ������ �����-
L, report was received with
Ltlt    i     >^'"' ,hp I'1;l>'PI's
be on the lineup
.   ���     ii dlcatlona polni to
.  a fast team.   The
...   was left till the
her   meeting   after
��� start
Good City Will Be Asked to Give
$600,000 for Y. M. C. A.
Toronto, April 8.���Preparations for
the forthcoming 'whirlwind campaign'
to raise (600, i for V. M. c. A. purposes in Toronto are Hearing completion. Offices have been engaged In a
prominent downtown building where
the collectors will npoit at stated
hours  daily.
A mammoth clock dial suspended
igh over the street will indicate tiie
pi ogress made dining the great two
weeks' canvass, This will he only one
of several novel methods to be employed to arouse public enthusiasm ln
the  cause.
The campaign will be under the
leadership of C. S. Ward of New
Y'uk. a member of the International
committee of the Y.M.C.A., and an expert at leading crusades for funds. At,
iresent be is in Chicago leading a;
twelve days' campaign to raise $350,-
000. He will reach Toronto on April
IB tind get his army of local collectors drilled and organized fur the To-
i ronto campaign, which opens on thei
28th.
Toronto will have the distinction of
having the 'largest ever' In the way
of Y,  M. C, A. appeals.    So far, N'ew
.York  leads the list  with a campaign.
i for $500,000. The   .OuO.OOO which To- j
'ronto is asked to provide will cover,
the proposed expenditures on the new
I buildings for the Central Y.M.C.A.,!
the West End Y.M.C.A., the University j
Y.M.C.A. and nn east end Y.M.C.A. on1
Broadview avenue. *
Sent On Approval A
To Resi'Onsii!:.i> Pf.opi.h;   * ^"ii.
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t.BALL  HARMFUL,
INSTRUCTOR ASSERTS
Bishop Still Dangerously III.
Bishop Dart, who was stricken with
paralysis   on   Thursday   morning,   remains in a serious condition, although
he is now conscious.
April S.���"Basketball    for
... criminal," said Dr.
Iweege, physical instructor of
school, at the con-
, held bj  the Illinois Congress
|..;. in Warren Avenue Congre-
I church.
lis much more  dangerous  than
J,, and it played at all it should
I   .-..������ ronger men," he said.
: .    mate the damage done
nous system, the    heart, and
ins by basketball.    We
(i bring aboul immediate reform
strenuous  game,  which  over-
s :-v.  willing  victims for the
of forming a champion-
���earn
i. w. S. Hefferan spoke on   the
ksolthe parent-teacher co-oper-
fplan as followed In some school
I ir. city and suburb.
Played With Matches; Dead.
Winnipeg. April K.���Albert Henry-
Jones, the three-year-old- son of 11. .1.
Jones, a C, P. H. employee, was burned to death last night while playing
with matches.
Iluitmtiuiis are Exact Sin
Every pen guarantc-il
full 14 Kt. sclm Cciui���cut
on right hand may Le ho.l
iu t.iher our standard
blp.ck opaque pattern, or
Nou-tirLak.al,le Transpai-
tnt, as tlesireit, either in I
plain or engraved finish, j
a�� prelerred.
You mfcT tT7tl.l1 pen a week,
If yeu ilu li.illiliuilai repreitetite.l,
ftlielter . In lo tl.fcn you call fcy-
cvire tot IHHkE TIMI9 mis fclKlAL
; I. ��� la iny oilier make, If : I V.
entirely l.ttlfftctory III every re-f
���put return It Mid we will ien.1 ��
you Jl.lo for It.
Crr ok I irr I, on t fauie m end ,
Popilar Lt.t, tltn Ink r_'cil.
t,jD| lele l*;��!c l.ru'.f trlillnl'li, un
be   cerr.ed    En    ��i:y   potltlou
<-ket oi (bopping Lias, write, ����|
any   .ti. e  at lint touch.    I'l-iti-
num   li|>rlnfrl   fee.],   Iridium
point, polished vulcanized r.ihl.er
rat-,  teira cotta   tir,i��� ..     Iletai! |
everywhere   for  1.'^.      Av-i
wanted.   Write for te-mi.   Write |
1.1.w " leit you forljev"    Ad.lieaf
"Laughlin Mfg. Co*|
M��,eitic Bldg..
Detroit. Kink
Business
It Will Pay Vou
Royal Standard
Flour
The Very Best Flour Made
Every Sack Guaranteed
$1.85 Per Sack	
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Canadian Northern
Townsite
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"Right in  amongst it."
Three 5-acre blocks in Section 20 on
Hjorth Road. $400 an acre. Will sell
ln single blocks.���(SOLD.)
Two 5-acre blocks, well situated, $325
an acre.    Kasy terms.
A ten  acre Block on good road;   all
slashed.    Only $475 an  acre.
55 Acres, close in, fine for subdividing.
A snap at $450 an acre.
Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you
free a cake of their famous Plan toi
toilet soap, if .you mention this paper.
SLUMP IN  RINKS.
I Skating Boom in Great Britain
Was a Short One.
sensational   boom    In    roller
fc ���! England is over, and
Iw44eu slump in the shares of !
i companies has revealed a con-
It taflw ��� that which obtained
IpiBVtt wtenty-flve years ago,
TtoWtttotal suddenly went out
1- .:.\\f\\ hundreds ef hastily
r ted i ��� can! all over the
'���'.'���
-   I   ��� i is said to have
;i fortum /or the American pro-
sold i il their Bhares b< -
mred.    The   tact
[ In som 30 per cenl >'" I-
tracted thousands
Tl.   r. cords ot Somer-
[��� ard to only b< ren
I i'.\  what has hap-
|iil ia a few c isea:
ea
All     d.
rd 17 R72
I Wilting     g,842
I      Bgure    -how
these .-hares
ad   Wiikins
April Victor Records
JUST ARRIVED
Will be Put on Sale Today at Ten o'clock
We think this Is an exceptionally fine selection for April:
Seranade.      Cello    and    Flute    Duet.
In   10   inch.
Soprano   Solo   by   Elizabeth   Whee'er.
"Love Song."
Two New Lauder Specialties���
"Hey  Donal," 10 inch.
"The  Bounding Bounder," 12 inch.
These are just a few selected at random. We shall he glad if
you will give us a call, and we will play any of the new tunes
over for you.
3 lbs Creamery
Butter $1.00
3 lbs People's
Blend Ceylon
Tea $1.00
We   can   deliver   any   of   the   above
properties���titles In A.  1 order.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
THE   SURREY   SPECIALISTS.
Phone  85.-628 and 746  Columbia St.
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Welsh
The People's Grocer
PHONE 193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
\tr*MA*      60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Disposed
Held   of After
1910      Allot.
B.680     11,992
4.317.     4,626
that    at    least
were  sold hy
before     the
discovered  there was not   so
I : mey in  rinks as they    had
I'd tn believe,
I' rlnklng  companies    scattered
|;"'. down  the  United  Kingdom]
he Continent were paying these
r^tic directors  a total   of   sotne-
fP like $800 b  week, or $41,t'>00 a
'.to look after their affairs.
s"miis all the more remarkahle |
If after this wenorous payment for |
r" direction   many  of  the  rinks j
i";'li have failed to make a profit I
j*1'.   The  history  of  Crawford |
'"'NMns is the romantic story of j
""nt   roller-skating   craze   for!
���    "''>'���  more    than    any    two
are responsible.
tester Park   Crawford,  a young,.
Pm"iis American of Coney Island.1
pwil at Liverpool little more than
';irs ago.    He came nnd saw���i
..."""Wered.   lie saw Tournament
K118 Liverpool, and at. once eiiRa. -;
I,'.,  ��lln<1 tlio bright idea that the \
��� ����� people were onlv waiting fori
1  ^PPortmilty   to  glide  round  and
torn,?" r"11,,r spates���and he gave!
I? :" chance.
1  [!;'s proved that he was right.
Single Records, 75c.
Double  Faced  Records, 90c.
J. H. TODD'S
419   Columbia   St.
S10RE
Phone L 278.
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
ATirono sending e sketch and d*��rlPt!ot,imn
nlcklT mcerut n our opinion free yhctlwr an
jnlcki:
Mouse rlctlycontldentliU. HANDBOOK on PatenU
ieTfrea. Oldest agency for 'o��irm(M��tems.
Patenta taken throuKh Munn & Co. twelve
iptckd notice, without charge, ln tha
racial nowe, wnnoui, iiuw . i" ""���
Scientific flmercati.
A handsomely Ulustrated weekly. largest clr-
SilMlon of any scientific journal, 'lormsfot
Canada, *J.75 a year, poBtase prepaid. Sold bj
all newsdealers.
MUNN &Co.*6,B",jd"8'- New YorK
Branch oace"&& F BU Waibii^ton. b. C
I^TROCUTE EGGS I
IS  HUMANE  PLAN'
"��� N.Y.,  April  8.���"N'o one
fol;  t      "l:"   fl'osh   eRSS-   ^P1   ,n l
|osM,'n,raj;i>  fnr  indefinite    periods, I
KZl Portability,- T. H. Yawger.
kttX?    nt  nt thp Ploctrleal    de-
Ki'inv        M,e  nnfliester Lighting
h'llt of ,7nnouncod recently ns the
"Thlii  5 '^^"''"tPnts.
. ��u because the eggs are slow-
'f-et.'..   l,�� d0i>'h."    he   continued.
PdiSitooa   be WUed th0 8ame as
s l:v ���,'���'"."' an<J lhe way to kill them ,
..p.^eotrorulion.
iWekeii. i rna ,n ,,|p ,ltp of embryo
���       ' "M tiy ^f    ������
throng]
l1r|('itv"i\!,y B?ndlng r^nn volts ot eiec-
rocS8b thr K,,e11'   E^g8 thus
;l preserve
M, ,lst;' '"''wi've    their    natural
,l;!d do not lose it even
i 1
"Th
"ng
8fe Is
r"tlronient In storage.
I1r'��ry f'rLhH,8�� m��ch lite ln the ord-
0|,s 'o klii u ���egS that it takes 500 ,
Ho ig   '' "���
'or" :.mZllmUwn^nr, with lob-'
New Westminster!
New Westminster!
New Westminster!
Is ringing in every investor's ears. It is the topic of the day. The
city of undoubted possibilities.
The property we offer for sub-division is by its location, its natural
beauty, its accessibility from the city, destined to be the most prominent sub-division in Westminster Real Estate.
ABOUT 160 ACRES, 10 MINUTES FROM CHILLI-
WACK"CAR riNF^lj^UTE^FROM ANNIEVILLE
lT~MINUTES FROM THE CITY BY GASOLINE
LAUNCH: "ALL HIGH LAND, AL0?1!L(LG_^ELX
TOWARDS RIVER. THE MOST MAGNIFICENT
VIEW OF THE RIVER, clTYji^SNgW^APPED
ROCKIES FROM ANY~PART OF^TW^pPWtTY.
CALL-CONSULT-BE CONVINCED
BRENING & COMPANY
Merchants Bank Bldg.        New Westminster.
"Mill
2s ,,s,' bellevRig It. to he
�� bc'l o  _. '? e[��ctrooute them than
or ro^t uiera alive.
The Science
������������������nMHMMinaMB
of Flexibility
The one essential feature of a comfortable shoe is flexibilty.
A rigid shoe cannot possibly be comfortable until you have
forced the leather to conform to the shape of your foot, the process
known as "breaking in"���the cause of more corns and discomfort
and actual pain than the shoe is worth.
Woman would not stand for such discomforts in any other garment she wears, but still she sometimes considers it economy to
wear a cheap shoe that looks well, but constructed under cheap factory conditions that cannot possibly produce that detail in tlie fit and
flexibility that gives you a comfortable fitting shoe that will hold its
shape.   Buy a ;��Sta��itatfe)afeeie*��iM��*cw '������ ���        -.-. i
"Gibson Girl", a "Relindo"
or a pair of
Sinclair's Special Shoes
and you have all the comfort and style that it is possible to get.
Remember, too,  that the quality goes IN before the name goes ON.
Sold only by
W. E. SINCLAIR
THE SHOE MAN
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
VV ORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
W_ VERYTHING to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
PERSONS other  than  employees accidentally injured    about    the
premises invariably sue for damages.
REGARDLESS of their own responsibility for the accident, or the
existence of negligence on the part of others.
ON the slightest pretext employees may sue you, even for accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
THE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence ot
the accident by which he was injured.
EMPLOYERS and business men can Ul afford to assume the risk
of this ever-Increasing and uncertain liability.
CREDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms
Is sometimes seriously impaired by such damage suits.
TT O go to law means lass of time,  money,  endless  annoyance and
���        wor'rj'.
YOUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident un-
less you are Insured.
g\ NLY insurance against such risks will enable you to fix and reduce
your expenses to a minimum.
NDER the protection of a Liability Policy ln the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company you wlll save money and time and
be   relieved  from  all  such annoyances .
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ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
Phone 62.    "The Insurance Man"    657 Columbia
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THE DAILY NEWS.
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
SATURDAY
APRIL
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has be��n made to register George
Troughtt-n 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 CoiTUpt
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises situate, lying
and being in the District of New
Westminster, In tbe Province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as: ���
Lot 7, Biock 1, being a portion of
Section 20, Block 5, North Range. 2
West. Lots 3 and 4, part of a portion
of fractional section 21, Biock 5 North
Range 2 West.
You and those claiming through
under you and all persons claiming any interest in the said
land by virtue of an unregistered Instrument, ai.d all persons claiming any interei.t in the said
"Land Registry Act." are required to
contest the ciaim of the tax purchaser
within forty-five days from the date
of the service of this notice upon yc i,
and in default of a caveat or corticate of lis pendens being filed v.ith n
such period., or in default of redemption before registration, you and each
of you will be forever estopped and
debarred from setting up any claim
to or In respect of the said land,
and I shall register George Troughten
as owner thereof in fee. And I hereby order that publication of this notice for thirty days In a dally newspaper published in New Westminster
will be good and sufficient service
thereof.
FRENCH POWER IN
INDOCHINA WANES
YELLOW PERIL IS REAL.
SERVANTS AND LABORERS.
Interesting  Views   of
the  British
Milne   cf   Prosp*
Officials Sent to
Govern Colony Cruelly
Bleed Helpless Natives.
powt-rs
severer tests
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 9th day of March,
A. D. 1910.
C S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To:���Michael  Robert  Barry.    John
Douglas   Alexander G. Mwcffcr'ane.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN     HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands witti-
In tbe railway belt in BrlUsuj Cuiuw
bia, may be homesteaded Dy any person who is thtf sole Head of a taiuUJ
or any male over 18 year, of age, 10
trie extent ol oiio-ijuarier section ot
luU acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
thi iocal land office tor tile district
ln which the land is suuaie. Entry
by pioxy may, however, be made ��Q
certain conditions by the taiher,
mother, son. daughter, brother or sister of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected tnere-
witli under one ot tne toiiowing
plans:
(ll Ac least six months' residence
upon anl cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(2) If the father ('or mother, lf tne
fa:h<-r It decaaed), of the homesteader
T'-si lea upon a farm In the vicinity of
tbe land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied - y
B'Jch person residing with the lather
or mother.
(8) If the settler ha* his permanent
residence upon farming lan-l own-d
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements a? to residence
may V> sTtisfiej by resl lence upon
the .aid land.
Six months' no'lr.-. In wrltlne should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rlehts may h��
leas--l for a period of 'we. tv-orv
years ��' nn annua] rental of {1 p��r
acre. Xot more t'-an 2"j,in _er����
rhall be leafled to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate or
f\v* rents per ton shall he collected
en tbe merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORV.
Deputy of tbe Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized publication or
fhls advertlsemi nt  win    not be
Saigon,   Indo-China,   April   s-���More
than any of the Western nations ruling subject native races in the Bast,
] France  is  feeling  the  effects  of tlie
. Asiatic awakening.    Since the Japanese  whipped  the  Muscovites  .all  the
Oriental peoples have become imbued
with  a  new spirit.    Western
, have had  to submit to
than ever before.
Americans and British are standing
the test fairly well. Dutch colonies
are not yet out of the woods in Java
' and Sumatra and the Portuguese are
barely keeping their foothold in Mao-
ao. In Indo-China. where France is in
control, the situation goes from bad
to  worse.
Once more the French nation, the
Boul of Europe, ts weighed in the balance and found wanting as an empire-
builder. If France does not seriously
take jn hand the situation in her great
Asiatic colony she will cease at no distant date to be an Asiatic power.
In an outburst of frankness, M.
Augagneur, governor-general of Mada-
gi scar, put his finger on the evil when
he said the difference between French
and Anglo-Saxon colonizing methods
was that while the latter colonizej for ���
their surplus population, the former
did so In order to exploit the native.
There is more than this in the present case. The evil from which Indo-
China is suffering is chiefly scandalous maladministration. French administrators come out. here to live the
life of luxurious satraps. Those under tbem hav,- no other ambition than
to imitate their chiefs and the groaning native ha.s to pay the bill. Wanton
waste, unjust taxation and egregious
Incapacity, are the salient features of
iPrench administration In Indo-China.
Many of the officials do not even unci ..���and a word of the language of
the people they are sent to govern.
Indirect taxation is one of the chief
causes of native disaffection. Since
1902 the monopoly of the collection
of taxes has been farmed out to prl-
. vate companies. The contracts entered into with these companies have
actually never been published, the
consequence being that the natives are
subjected to the most odious and vexatious treatment.
When the alcohol and salt monopolies were created, the native distillers
and salt makers were brutally dispossessed without compensation; then, as
a distilling apparatus can be bought
here for a dollar and the revenue
laws thus defrauded without difficulty,
a swarm of officials were let loose
upon the land  to hunt illicit stills.
The proceeding was till the more objectionable to the native as the alcohol supplied by the state had a taste
to which he was not, accumstomed.
From that moment, no house was free
from prying visits of revenue officers.
A system of espionage soon flourished
an.l not even the native altars
Inviolate.
Major	
Navy.
St.   John.   Nfld..     April     8.���Ma;
Milne,   British   army   officer,    in   the
city on  sick  leave,  believes  the yellow peril is real, deadly and ter:.
He looks for certain war on the United States by Japan, and declar..- I
onslaught   of  the   hordes  of  Chinese
will at some future time be start!;:..:.
The  Japanese,    he  says,    cannot   be
trusted,  and  are steadily and  surely
preparing for a bloody struggle. Maj
Milne has served 30 years in the Far
East.
"I can see well." =nid Major Milne,
"that   Japan   is   preparing   with     all
speed  to  attack  the    L'nited  Stat, s
War between the two countries is Inevitable.    The  Japs  declare    openly
that the Philippines  .Hawaii, and ail
the Pacific belongs rightfully to their
nation.      They  will   not  declare  war
before they are fully ready, but  T
are making their preparations so i
plete that  they  will  run their fleets
to the California coast with every expectation of landing an army.    With
all their acuteness. daring and enterprise, however, they are peculiar ro..-
soners.   Taking a map th^y will point
to  Russia  and  to  England  and   e
"Look   at   that   big   country   we   conquered.    How  easy It   would   be   I
us  to  beat  that other little  speck."
Major Milne considers thai Cl
bordi -. millions of whom have already been drilled in Europe;:! Btyli
for several years past by English.
American. German and Austrian officers, are a terrible menace to the
white people of the earth. If they
once decided to attack simultaneously
the English, French and Russian territories   on   their   borders,   anything
of  Many Arrivals in  Eastern
Canada  This  Year.
Tor nto,     April     8.���Commissioner
Coou   -    nd Brigadier-General Howell
Salvation Army  were  visitors
at I ���--' ent  building yesterday.
Deferred at some length
1th Si s Whitney on immigra-
.   :: . ::ers.
.Mr.   Coombs     has     just     returned
.  England,    where    he has  been
-..::g   final  arrangements  for    the
- .-. m work there for the coming
-    - n.     When   interviewed   by   The
��� the < onclusion of the confer-
be stated that the object of his
���������   - to pay his respects, and talk
- .ver with the premier.
Salvation Army will direct its'
���������.���ion  very largely this season, it I
is  understood, to  the  problem of  securing experienced farm I       ers and
��� stic servants.    From the present i
.  it would appear that Ontario
is to be  well served this season    in j
th of I   ��� sl  departments.   A number!
-��� ncies   have   placed   themselves
mmunlcatlon with the Provincial,
..   .-  anient   with  a  view  to serving!
:. the t�� rins provided at the
s* --ion of the legislature.
The |    ���   ��� mi nl   as    a  n suit,    is
ngei    nts to Insure qual-
a well as quantity in the ma
��� :' new  arrivals.    The    new
I at London wlll be utilized to
��� iwards this end.
Northern Crown B
u r a n  r^rrr-i^f-    ����...... ******
HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG
Capital, Authorized,
Capital, Paid Up,
ai
$6,000,1
$2,200.1
Money transferred by telegraph or mni
?d on all parts of the world in any curren
S??^?!??!? in a11 Parts of Canada and"
and
rency,
countries at a minimum cost
$1.00 opens a Savings Account.
A General Banking Business Trans
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ROBT. CAMPBELL,
General Manager.
J. E.  HAWKSHAW
Manager
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iitioi   wi ml 1  b ��� as  valu-
s s straw, and there is no telling where they would sweep to."
As tl Is    ' teran of military life and
��� the East speaks of it. the yelli ��
peril   Is   a   very   real     and    terrible
thing.
were
As for salt,
pat'l
Guichon Hotel
Slaves,
means of prr-
Newest   and
Cafe Adioli
Most.
In the
Up-to-Date
City.
Hotel
First Class Service.
Columbia   St.
New  Westminster.
Phone 13.
REWARD
Fifty ($60.00) dollars will be paid
for Information that will secure the
conviction of the preson or persons
who damaged shade trees on Blackford Btreet, or or any person damaging boulevards In the city.
By
order.
City  Hall,  .March  211
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk!
1910.
W. RICH
Teaming and  Expressing.
DEALEU IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH   ST.
PHONE  R527
OPERA  HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
April 1,1���Red Mill.
April  .'10���St.  Elmo.
May 12���Gingerbread Man.
.Tune 2���Dorothy Morton.
June 114���The White Squaw.
its price, has Increased
tenfold within seven years and the
sale of this necessity was so badly organized that whole regions have frequently heen deprived Of it and have
known the horrors of salt famine.
It. Is fifty years now sine,. Cochln-
China was conquered, yet the head taxis still collected without any census
having been taken and the land tax
without any survey of the land.
Local   notables  and   mandarins  are
entrusted with the duty of drawing up
the lists and filling in the schedules,
I with the Inevitable result that bribery
flourishes.
Natives Made
Payment, in kind by
sonal service are fixed by law at five
days' labor; in defiance of this the
supplementary labor imposed on the
natives is practically indefinite, and
they  often   become  mere  slaves.
It is Impossible to say what the
Annamite really pays ln taxes, for no
une knows within a few millions what
the population of Indo-China is. The
|figures wiry between ten and twenty
millions. But one tblhg ia cej tain,
the European colonists and functlon-
larles mostly elude personal and land
taxes altogether,
As for the way In which the alcohol
monoply is exploited, this edifying Illustration Is Quoted: A resident
one day received from his superiors a
letter which ran thus: "Tho alcohol
consumed In the Huyeii, has fallen to
le is than so-and-so much
Don'l you think it
an   example?"
The resident forthwith convoked the
mandarins, upbraided them and protested tbat If so little alcohol was consumed It must be due to llllcll stillH.
The mandarins In their turn, fearing
the wrath of I heir masters
the notabh s of the vlll
end It was decided t<
quantity of "offlcla
avert still greater evils.
Turning from tho downtrodden native to liis masters, one sees how
the money wrung from him���130,000.
000 annually���is devoted, not to opening up and Improving the natural resources of the country, hut to faltelling the satrap and his swarm
man i.irasites. ^^^^^m
All   Live  in  Luxury.
Many  administrators possess  nulo-
moblles and most of them five or six
Icarriages.    Moreover, these potentates
must   bape   a  retinue  of  servants;
, "boys," as  they call  them.    In  order
[to  supply   these  needs,    they     draw
largely   upon   the   1(1,000  men  of  the
' native guard.
i There Is a certain resident In A'
nam who for the sole upkeep of his
household absorbs seven per cent of
the district budget. Another keeps n
racing stable. These unfortunate district budgets have to defray all sorts
of extraordinary expenditure.
It v.oull be at least some palliation
if these men were competent servants
of the state. But this they are not. as
a rule. A ludicrous instance of this
ignorance may be given. One day the
Provincial Monitor, which is an official
journal printed in the Annamite language, published in its columns a cal!
for an insurrection.
Th sou] of this conspiracy was an
Annamite, Gilbert-Chleu, who is a
naturalized Frenchman. This man well
aware that the highest French functionaries were ignorant of the Anna-
mlte language, caused to be insetted
under the harmless title of "Exhorta-
tions to Agriculture," this call to insurrection.
This   little  affair  hns  opened     the
eyes of the French  to the reality of
the  miv'cn.ent  against  them.    There
is  at  t:,e   present   moment   a   strong
body of Nationalists, who have most
of them b'en abroad and have broug'
home  with   them  a  subversive  if  in-1
coherent program, for which they are
sedulously   seeking   recruits   up   and
down the country.    These secret so-,
cleties are the  most dangerous feat-,
ure of the situation.
It will he asked, is the malady from
which Indo-China Is suffering incur-
able?
No, if Governor Klohukowski proves ;
a man of iron will and is backed hy i
public opinion in Prance, Though the ���
hand of the ruler must be firm, the
natives must feel there Is an earnest;
Intention to educate them and im-;
prove their lot. But the French at j
home in their republic are not inter- i
ested in these far-off lands. Jules
Perry, one of the most distinguished j
empire-builders of France, who really
gave Tcnkln to his nation, fell from
power because the campaigns in the
East oo~r money. Such was the execration showered upon him thai Paul
Doumer and all the governors who
have since ruled in Indo-China have
been hampered by the fear of j ubllo
opinion at home.
Be certain you get
your money's worth
���you will if you buy
.1 ML-i
PURE
PAINT
Worth any man'a paint
money, became made of
pure material* ��o thoroughly mixed that every
drop does what paint
mutt do to be good paint
-PROTECT and LAST.
lt took 17 years to find
just how to n?e one ingredient (peculiar to M-L
Painti, that greatly lengthens the life of the paint
But it was worth the time!
��� Because it makes this
paint well worth its price
Made hv Imperial Varnish and
Color Co., Limited, of Toronto
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how an investmeut of $50.00 is bei
made  to  bring  Large   and  Quick
particulars can   be
your name to the
Returns.    Full
had by sending
KOOTENAY FRUIT LANDl
^^^ SYNDICATE
325   Homer   Street
ancouver.
B.C.
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Easterbrook Milling  Company,
Eburne.   D. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR!
IMPERIAL $7  per  bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL..$6.75  per  Bbi.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.-
FLOUR  AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT   STREET.
New  Westminster.
a
B.C.
Timber and
Mills
Trading to.
Manufacturers and  Dealers ln  All Kinds of
LUMEBR.  LATH,  SHINGLES,   SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR FINISH,
TURNED   WORK,   FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN   AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone   12 New  Westminster Bc<   .
Fire Insurance
Life Insurance
SURREY
CITY
ERTY
per  head,
advisable to make
Bummoned
ages and In the
> buy. a certain
alcohol so as to
10 acres in Section 34,  improved, at $400 per
acre.
45 acres in Section <��,2, 700 feet from train, at
$425 per acre.   A great snap.
80 acres in Section 18, tp. 2, at $100 per acre.-
Look this up.
20 acres in Section IG at $1500 per acre.
We have some excellent buys in Sapperton that
aro away below value.
12 lots on the north side of Toronto at $350
each, for a few days only.    Easy Terms.
House and corner lot on 5th ave. near 4th street
at $2000 cash.   A bargain.
Some splendid Burnaby propositions.
Ol   till-
r=
See us About Waterfrontage
Accident Insurance
Live Stock Insurance
Kellington Brothers
Phone 680
P.O. Box 40 APRIL 9,   1910-
THE DAILY NEWS.
e
Have Clients I
Auction Sale of Timber Berth
Covering   Dominion   Lands.
PEPSIN  AND   PETUNIAS.
"Omnibus
'Hurt
Waiting to invest in
New Westminster
Properties. List
your property with
us.
the
RANVILIE REALTY CO. I
2109 Granville St.      |
ione:R4949       Vancouver, B.C.   |
Hi**** ��"" MM
JignWorks.YEE KEE & CO.
The right to cut timber under license on Berth No, 534, comprising
the following lands in tbe Province
of British Columbia, will be ottered
al public auction ;it the upset, price of
$1,123.00 (Including Hie cost, of survey i al 2 o'clock P.M., on Wednesday, the -2nd of June next, at the
ollice of the Dominion Timber Agent
at New Westminster:
Timber Berth No. 534, situate In the
Province of British Columbia and
comprising tbe fractional North West
quarter of Section 17, Township 7,
Kan. c 29, West of the Cth Meridian,
containing an area of 12H.50 acres,
more or less, as shown on Plan of
Survey thereof, sigtiod by Alfred W.
Johnson, D.L.S., dated the 2lst of
September, 1909, and of record in the
Timber, Grazing and irrigation Branch
of the Department of the Interior.
A license will not be issued until
the full amount of the purchase price
and the ground rental for the first
year have been paid.
The conditions of payment, rate of
rental, etc., are contained in the Timber Regulations, a copy of which may
be secured on application to the undersigned or to the Crown Timber
Agent at New Westminster.
P. G. KBYES,
Secretary.
Ottawa. Marc'.. 21st, 1910.	
NEW    WESTMINSTER    LAND    DISTRICT.
ROPER   RANCH   IS   SOLD
TO  ENGLISH  SYNDICATE
���    Clause"    Will    Not
Canadian Industries.
Ottawa, April  x.���The  officials    of
the customs department bave completed an  Investigation  as to the probable effects of the so-called "omnibus
'clause''   of   lhe   Kielding-Kiiox     tariff
agreement���namely, item Til  of the
Canadian  tariff,    They  find that  under the rulings of the    Customs Board
since the present tariff went into force
some 189 articles will be affected by
the reduction of duty from 20 to 17 1-2
per cent.    Not a single one of them.
however, wlll Interfere with any Canadian   Industry,  and   none  of  them
figure  largely  in  the  list of  Imports.
Cotton seed oil is the principal item
affected.   Copper matte is another article on the list, but Canada exports
copper matte to the United States to
the value of $(1,000,000.   For the rest,
little objection can be taken by any-
lone to a reduction  of duty on such
articles  as  clay  pigeons,  corn  grits,
glaziers'   diamonds,     stuffed     ducks,
frozen   whites   of   eggs,   epsom   salts,
I cream of tartar, steel filings, natural
lent   flowers,   formaldehyde,    poultry
grit, nettles, milk of magnesia,  marble dust, mercurial ointment, mineral
wool,   castor   oil,    purified   ox   galls,
oystor   shells     twhole    or  crushed),
Victoria, April 8.���Yesterday William
.1. Roper, an oldtimer of the Kamloops district, completed the sale of
his large ranch to an English syndicate. Included in the transaction are
14,000 acres of land owned by Mr.
Roper, 10,000 acres held from the Dominion government under grazing
lease, and a larg ��� number of cattle
and horses. Tbe price paid was
$400,000.
Mr.   Roper's  ranch   has  long  been
known as one of the largest and best
equipped  in   the   upper   country, the
owner taking particular pride in his
herd of pure-bred Hereford cattle and |
his stock of Cleveland bay and Clydes-1
dale horses.   The ranch Is beautifully
situated on the south shore of Kamloops lake, some lfi miles west of the
city   of   Kamloops.     Its   owner,   who
has   been   In  poor   health   for   some
time, has just returned from California, where he spent some months ln
the hope of recuperating.
   ________         Mr. Roper, who Is a native of Dor-
oystor shells (whole or crushed), setshlre, England, came to British
palm trees, pepper plants, pepsin, Columbia In 18112, by way of the Isth-
petunias,  platinum,  rivets and  wash-   mus of Panama.    For some ten years
���   ,,���   _���,,���    ),p w.ls engaged In transportation on
jjcluihii.t,    ^.auuuiui    ,...*	
ers, quill toothpicks, ronhelle salts,
shell napkin rings, celluloid shirt
bosoms, cobblers' wax, and tomato
plants. The 189 articles include more
than 25 kinds of celluloid articles,
and when analyzed divide Into not
more than 100 classes of articles, the
mUS   Ol    l  dim,......
he was engaged In transportation on
the Cariboo road and in mining in the
famous old gold district. In 1872 he
settled on tho property which he sold
yesterday, and which he has conducted
along most successful lines ever since.
Besides raising large herds of stock,
1 '-   -'**'.r,t inn    tn
���SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING
TAILORS
!e\VS BiOCk, Sixth Street j Suits Cleaned and Pressed,
few Westminster. j Windsor Hotel Block       P- O. Box 644
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
PSON
11NT1NG
MPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
|l. atet Given  on  Any  Kind
of Job   Printing
lomson Elk.
Phone  388
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that the Pitt River
Lumber company, Limited, a body
corporate having its head office at the
City of .New Westminster, intends to
apply for permission to lease the following described lands: ���
Commencing at a post planted on
the  westerly  shore  of   Pitt  river  at
Its  Intersection  with   the     northerly
side of the Canadian Pacific Railway
company's  right-of-way,    tlience    following the westerly shore of Pitt river In a northeastly  direction,  seven
thousand  eight hundred   (7,800)   feet
more or less to a witness post planted on said shore to locate the most
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   feet   (350)    to    the
said   northerly   corner     of    booming
site,   said   point   being two   hundred
(200)   feet  from low  water mark of
said shore; thence southwesterly and
two hundred (200) feet from said low
water   mark   seven  thousand     eight
hundred and thirty (7830) feet, more
or less, to the southwesterly corner
of said  booming site;   thenCe northwesterly  to point of commencement,
and containing sixty (60) acres, more
or less.
THE   PITT   RIVER  LUMBER  COMPANY, LIMITED.
T. W. GRAY, Agent.
Dated at the City of New Westminster. B. C, this 28th day of February
A. 1). 1910.
more than 100 classes of articles, the Besides �������^ira�� attention to
importations of which   with the sole b,e.ha. PJW �����fX0e and example
exception  of  cottonseed oil.  sausage  fruit culture.   *                                scr.
casings and sponges, amount to little  toff Jg* h"e
or nothing. '	
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SURREY
% 40 acres at Port Kells, close to railway
I      station, all subdivided into 5 acre lots, 15
acres cleared. .
Price $125 Per Acre
1-3 cash, balance 6,12,18 and 24 months.
H. H. LENNIE
Phone 596 650 Columbia Street
aU *V
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PAGE SEVEN.
TRUE   IMPERIALISM.
Editor of Quarterly Review Gives His
Conception of  It.
Boston,  April  8.���That the  British
Empire, with all its colonies and dependencies,  will  In  the  future  unite
with the United States in an alliance
for  the cause  of world-peace,  which
will  be capable of withstanding  all
opposition, was the keynote struck by
distinguished   English,   Canadian   anil
Am. rlcan educators at the fourth annual joint dinner of the Harvard Canadian club  and the  British  Empire
Association  of  the  Massachusetts   Institute of Technology on Tuesday evening, at the Hotel Nottingham,
The most notable address was hy
George  \Y.   Prothero,   editor    of  The
London  Quarterly Review.    Mr.  Prothero in addressing the Canadian students pointed out the great possibilities  and   value  of  a   future  alliance
of the British Empire and the United
States as a world-powerful factor for
the improvement of the human race.
He said: "ln Canada you are thinking
more and more of  your part in  the
British  Empire, your responsibilities,
and you  have  shown  this feeling in
recent years in various ways, which
have had   their  echoes    across    the
water.    We   no   longer   believe     the
colonies are fated to leave the mother
country, and we certainly do not wish
them to do it.
"If 1 could see the way to colonial
preference 1 would favor the move. I
hope that that system will come as a
step to free trade within tbe Empire.
Still, there is a much more honorable
bond than these mere commercial considerations���tbe feeling of common
nationality and the feeling of what
such a bond will mean to the Empire
and to the world.
"1 flatter myself that I am an Imperialist. Imperialism means to me
a belief in the Empire apart from
the feeling of future conquest, a feeling that it is our duty to develop,
improve and strengthen our various
governments, to remove every degree
of dishonesty within, and to continue
to make ourselves the most civilized
power in the world. If some alliance
Is made with this country, what a
|^jwer Is there for  the good of the
world!"
Other speakers were: James L.
Hughes, of Toronto; Dr. Nell Mac-
Phatter, president of the Canadian
club of New York; Col. Alex. P. Graham, president of the Canadian club
of Boston; Dean Burton, Prof. Pearson and Dr. Rand.
-Qk
' M i
"YOU NEEDN'T
COME  AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will bo glad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal in your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone ls in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 16.
Coal procured here is crackajack coal, however secured.
NEW     WESTMINSTER     CITY     ASSESSMENT.
GILLEY BROS. Ltd.
^v*
411m
COPYRIGHT,
A DELICIOUS
CUP OF COFFEE
whose aroma Is fragrant and appetizing, a chop or steak with Wed pot*
toes, or a dainty broiled chicken
such as we prepare, to tempt your
appetite these cold mornings Is what
you need. We can tempt the palate
of an anchorite.
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM OFFICE.
Court of Revision.
Notice is hereby given that the Assessment Roll for the year 1910 has
been returned to me, and remains in
my office where it may be inspected
by any person having an interest
therein, until the sitting of the Court
of Revision.
The first sitting of the Court of
Revision on the said Assessment Roll
will be heid at the City Hall in the
B'alcl City on Monday, the ISth 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 with the City
Clerk at least seven days before the
first sitting of the court.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Cierk.
r. ** *tb|��. March is. 19m
OUR GLOVES
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
P. Burns & Co
E. C. Traves, Manager.
pHONE 101. 645 COLUMBIA STREET.    	
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
LAND  ACTS.
Comox Land District
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Ole Lee, of Bonton,
occupation  farmer,  Intends to  apply
for  permission  to  purchase the Allowing described lands:
Commencing at a post plantsj In
a small bay at N.W. corner of Hudson
Island. Applying o purchase the
who.e Island containing 80 acres,
mo?;eor less, and is situated southwest of Mars Island. ^ ^
SHERMAN H. FORD,
^jiu^ Apeni
" NOTICE
District of New Westmister
TAKE   NOTICE   that   thirty   clays
petroieum on the following
Commencing nt a post marked Wm. |
the southeast com er o nster
No.  205, Group _***  JLq,  ,hPnce
District, thence east one mue,   ^
north   one  mile   �� lhree
fourths ol ft nm^thenoo    weg. one
fourths of ft mue, bou(.   one
KSo^ft'Xto the point of com-
mencemeatS^BmoTSS8.
New Westminster, b. <-������
1910.
D..tr.ct of Coast RanfleOn.8i rf
40 acres, more or less.     i   B,tuated
.10 acres, more or less. ated
the whole Is.and  jgJJJJ,, ,9,and.
at the west end of ���l 8���EiKENS.
SHERMAN H. FORD. ^
Mardh 10, 1910.
The man who understands the "Magic" of
Dress is always mindful
of his Gloves.
We have Street gloves,
Dress gloves, Driving
gloves, Auto gloves,
Working Gloves, etc
We sell no uncertain
gloves, nor gloves we
cannot   guarantee,   nor
I gloves from makers we
do not know.   We must
"   know our gloves.
Excellent gloves,   by   Dents, Fownes, and
Perrins.     New Spring   Shades.    $1.00, $1.25
to 2.00
SPRING HOSIERY
Our line of Hosiery
is extensive enough
for any many to pick
out the Hose he wants,
In the color he wants,
and at the price he
wants to pay.
There are many new
patterns for spring.
Cashmere, Lisle,
Silk plain and solid
colors and neat stripes
figures.
Hose at 35c to $1.25
the pair.
We    are    showing
some       remarkable
_________     values ln 50c Hosiery.
, REID& CO.
I       Clothiers and Haberdashers
M 601 Columbia Street.
Water Notice
Notice Is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain
a license In the Squamlsh Division of
New Westminster District.
(a.) The name of Company in full,
"Squamlsh Hop Ranch. Limited"; the
head office, Vancouver, B. C.; the
capital, how divided, showing amount
paid up: Capital, $25,000, of which
.14.200 has been paid up.
lb.) The name of the lake, stream
or source (lf unnamed, the description is) small creek on property of
"Squamlsh Hop Ranch" on S.W. Vi
of N.E. Vi of Sec. 14, Tp. 50.
(c.) The point of diversion, 40 feet
above level of "Squamlsh Hop Ranch"
ou the property of the Company on
S.W. Vi of N.E. Vi of Sec. 14, Tp. 50.
(d.) The quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second): four
feet.
(e.) The character'of the proposed
works:  four-inch pipe.
(f.) The premises on which the water Is to be used (describe same):
Fractional N. half of S. half of Section 14, Township 50, and south half
of northwest quarter of Section 14,
Township 50.
(g.) The purposes for which the water Is to be used: Domestic and Irrigation purposes.
(h.) lf for Irrigation describe the
land Intended to be Irrigated, giving
acreage: 172 acres, being fractional
north half of south half of Section
14 and south half of Northwest quarter of Section 14, Township 50, all the
property of the "Squamlsh Hop
Ranch."
(J.) Area of Crown land Intended
to be occupied by the proposed works:
None.
(k.) This notice was posted on the
seventh day of April, 1910, and application will be made to the commlsr
sloner on the twelfth day of May,
1910.
(1.1 Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are
likely to be affected hy the proposed
works, either above or below the outlet: None.
"SQUAMISH HOP RANCH, LTD."
By D. Bell Irving, President, Van-
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Now is the time
to Kodak. Full
supplies
Cameras and Photo
Supplies
Cheapest place
in the city for
Spectacles 50 rests up
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAK*
AND SUPPLIES. J
; 1
Mi PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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The addition to Olivet Baptist
church, built for Sunday school use,
will be formally opened tomorrow afternoon, when addresses will be delivered by Rev. H. G. Easterbrooke,
of Summerland, and by some of the
local  pastors.
The popularity of the midday lunch
Eight roomed house, barn and three
acres of good pasture land to rent on
new Yale road: about fifty yards from
bridge approach. $25 per month. Apply to W. J. Kerr. **
One of the largest deals ln insidf
residential property reported for som--
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We are prepared to supply
you with the BEST BATHS,
etc.. at the LOWEST PRICES.
Give us a call.
HARDMAN'S
HARDMAN      BLOCK.
Phone 281
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The Westminster Modern
Business School
For spring plants or cut flowers,
phone Davies' Greenho^ose. R208.     **
Rev. C. W. Brown leaves for Victoria today, he having made arrangements to conduct anniversary services
at the Metropolitan Methodist church
in that city tomorrow.
Great selection of seeds and potted
plants at Tidy's. *���
For   Linoleum.   Oilcloths   and   Car- |
pets, Bee W. E. Fales, Agnes street. ** !
B.   G.   MaePherson,   ex-M.   P..   and I
:.  ������������    ;   srnias:?r    of    Vani    :v  r,    is '
��� irlng    for    England  in about  two;
weeks.    He will  spend  two or three
:.. :. ths holidaying in the old country.
Local   grown   plants   and    flowers,
Malins   &   Coulthard   sold   the   largt
corner  at  Carnarvon  and   Blackwood
streets   to  a   syndicate  of Vancouver
men.    The lot, with 132 feet on Car-j
narvon   and   ISO   on   Blackwood,   was
known as Dr. Fagan's property.    The I
piice paid  was  (11,500.    It  Is  understood that the Vancouver men bought j
the desirable  corner  with  the  inten-
tion of   building   on   it.   but   nothing
definite in that direction has been an-
nounce-j vet.
"The Bohemian" is the name of
Westminster's newest cafe. It will
be opened shortly in the Depot Hotel
Opening announcement later. ������
Rev. C V,". Houghton has been out
of town for a few days. He will be
bai k today.
Five (5) per cent, off all the cash
sales made  this  month  at   Denny  ^v
fresh  every day at  the  Co-Operative , Galloway's   Furnituie   store   will   be
store, Sixth stiec-t.
Newest  designs
Beds at Fales.
In  Iron  and
Brass
��*
A partition is being built across the
west side of the Dominion Trust poo)
room. The room formed by the partition wlll be the kitchen of the Royal
Cafe, when it moves upstairs in a
few davs.
The local agency of the Oliver Typo,
writer company is at 74';. Columbia
Street. Three doors from the B.C.E.R.
car station. **
Look out for the opening of the
new Bohemian Cafe, adjoining the
Depot Hotel. **
South    Westminster    property    is
j handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy,
"Ltd.   Call in and see them, and they
will put before you some good things.
This institution Is particularly desirous of securing as students the
young men and young women who
seek the BEST in commercial education and to those who become students here, and work at-' hard for
their own interests as tin 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 th^.. who
contemplate .taking changes cr open
ing new ac   unts.
If you haven't a Savings  Ac   mt
NOW Is the best time to start one
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 18691
Capital   Paid-Up    .5.000,000
Reserve       5,700,000
Total  Assets   70,000,000
New   Westminster,   B.  C.   Branch,
F. ��HUTe.   Manager.
The
finest   assorstment   of   Morris
chairs
ever   seen   in   this   city   at
Fales.
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For the latest in fashionable footwear, see Sinclair's show window tort a v. ����
A payment of $.'5 procures a lot in
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
& Kennedy, Ltd. These lots are in
great demand. **
Scows   for  hire.       Apply
Crane, Queensborough    Ship
Lulu Island.
Joseph
Yards,
**
NEW   HOUSES.
given to tbe Y. M. C. A. building fund.
Help  the  movement. **
A certificate of registration as an
extra-provincial company has been
granted to the "Societie Hypothecate
du Canada," with headquarters in
Antwerp. Belgium. The capital of the
company is ten million francs.
The April New Westminster Courier
will have illustrations of British Columbia prize winning horses. Look
for it about the 20th inst. **
The New Westminster Courier of
April issue will be a municipal number: vital items of rural interest will
appear in it. Do not fail to purchase
a copy. Published by the Westminster Pifss about the 20th cf 6fidh
month. **
A. J. Brine, clerk in the office of
the court registrar, has been appointed deputy district registrar of the
supreme and county courts, and Robert Sayer has been appointed clerk in
the assessor's office.
DIED
DAWE���On the 7th. inst., Ruby Grace,
daughter    of   Mr.   and     Mrs.   A.   .1.
Da we. at the age of 13 years.
The funeral, will   take   place   from
the family i^sidenoe, Seventh avenue,
between  Tenth  and  Twelfth  streets.
this a'tornoon at three o'ciock, to the
Church  of  England    cemetery.    The
Rev.   C.   V.'.  Houghton    will   conduct i
the service.
ItUVOU TJUEt?7&E,JoD
Do nol booh your passage without
teeing ue first. Our system of handling tickets from the Old Country
will save you money,
For dates and  rates applv
ED, GOULET,
C.P.u. Agent.
"ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Busy Time  Ahead  for  Local  Contractors  This  Summer.
A    considerable . number    of    new
houses are in course of construction
In  the city,  and  one  or two  storekeepers   have already   ordered   plans
from   their   architects   for   enlarging
,tvjir   premises   and   improving   their
:.' :. fronts,
i     F.   J.   Hart   is   having   his private
j residence   added   to   and   thoroughly
I done up.    Two big rooms are to be
I built on at the rear.
II. ft. Davidson is building a fine
residence on Third avenue. It will
be a two-story building, with an
handsome hall which will extend up
the two stories and bave a gallery
running round It. All the rooms will
be pannelled, and the dining and living rooms will have beamed ceilings.
"GET   THE   HABIT'
45c
Per Box for Business
ENVELOPES
TODAY ONLY
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
Wc buy for cash and se,l for the same,
Passengers Were Coming  Here.
London. April 8.���Of the 900 passengers on the steamer Cairnrona,
whose boiler exploded off Dungeness
yesterday    400   were   destl-ued   for
Canada.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
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t\\-Xi&fiQm.
G"id Watc'nea for Lath, a from .12.75 j
op.
Silver Watches,    gents'    open face
16.00.
Sliver  Watches,  gents'  open    case
$7.50  up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     fclgin
WatchttS.
Watch repairing a speclaltv.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Removed to
DEAN   BLOCK   1 Also some Choice Puys in Surrey.
Four doors east of Bank of
Montreal, where the same cSVe-
ful attention will be paid to all
prescriptions and orders as
heretofore.
For a Few Davs Onlv
SPECIAL SNAPS IN
Lulu Island Acreage
and Waterfrontage
F.J
& Co,
LIMITED.
Still Another Shipment of Madras
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Curtain Muslins
The nicest array of Kcru and Colored Madras Curtain Muslins ever shown in New Westminster. We are enthusiastic regarding these new Muslins���bought direct from the manufacturers
in Glasgow. They are of superior value, the quality is the besl
seen hereabouts for many a day and the patterning^ and colorings
you have hut to see to fall in love with them. Customers who
have already seen them pronounce the unanimous verdict���the nicest
you have ever shown. We invite you to the House Furnishing
Section to this new showing. Our large show window contains a
number of the newest de gi     Per yard, 50c to  $1.25
Women's Qm/
Misses' Knitti
Golf Jackets
PanCy   K,i-     Go!fJack_
in    shades      ���
���,|r*��l
Fawn. Gr< j   Gn
Black  and  Wl ti     \i, 1
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milltarj   or   rol j
with   or   wit!;.
med   with   self
buttons.    All  ���
Each   .4.00 to  ... t
White   Muslin  and  Lawn
Waists
J1.C0   Each.
With prettj allover embroidery
fronts, high collars and long
tucked sleeves, some with new
puff Bleeve. others made to
fasten in front under box
; leat. All sizes In stock. 34 to
44.   Special to lay  $1-00
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Women s
Laundered
Linen Collars
On Sale 20c Each.
Regular to 10c vain-- The
Bale ol j  ;���: .braille: ed  Llm s
so lai '-������ ' rarl is lines
have  be
As we lered 1
these  odd 1           sv In
must  be I out.   All i
from   I.''- to   ll1-..  are to be
had  tho gh nol      ��� -'���'
Ri gulai '   (Oc. 0:
sale, eai I     **
Boys' Sailor Blouses
In White Duck, also in Navy -,-ud   Navy   and   White   Striped   heavy
English print with sailor collars,   to   lit   ages from 2 to  10 yean
Prices 45c to  $1.75
Infants' Short Dresses In White Mull and Lawn, daintily trimmed with embroidery: others lave ribbon run through made with
Dutch necks and short sleeves. Price   $1.75  to    $3.50
Boys' and Girls' Buster Dresses
75c Each.
Strong serviceable Dresses made from fast color ginghams In
Tan. Navy. Sky, Pink, Cadet 1 nd White. Patterns are stripes an.l
spots and dresses are made with sailor collars and yokes; Buster
belts; all piped with contras Ing colors. Sizes for children from
one to eight years.    Each   	
35c
Children's White and Colored
Dresses        35c Each.
Well made "Mother Hubbard"  Wash   Dresses  In  Dark  and  Carl. t
Blue Print and White Lawn Pinafores.     These   little  dresses  are   .or
girls from one to six years old.   Materials   are   fast   colors,   and   l
price Is less than you would pay for the material alone.    Each..36c
kife��4
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vtttErw '
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it tt
Women's Neckwear Novelties
35c Each.
The most attractive Ideas     in   Spring   Neckwear   are   featured in   this   special   showing.    'In
The��
. 35c
Of   New   Jabots.   Dutch   Collars, l.'nlaundered Collins, Muslin and Silk   Hows.  Net   Hows. Turnovei
lars, etc., are here In fresh array.   A new shipment jusi received contained dozens of new Btylei
are on sale now for the first time.   All at this special price; each  	
w. s.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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DAY,
APRIL 9,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE NINE.
MEN!
TRY OUR
IVERLAST' SOX
tvery   Pair Guaranteed
Read  Guarantee  Below
. PREMIES WHITNEY GETS    j
���!   FIRST SAMPLE CF "COAL"
Commodity   Reached   Ontario   Parliament Buildings in Wooden Box-
Will  Institute Investigation.
eshmere, Black,  Maroon,  Brown  and  Drab
Colors, Three Pairs for
$1.50
otlor Brown or Black, 35c or Three Pairs for
$1.00
I
This is the Guarantee:
(after wearing Pen-Angle Guaranteed Hosiery
length of time, you should ever find a pair
(fails to fulfil the guarantee in any particular
rn the same to us and we will replace them
i two new pairs free of charge.
This is Penman's, Limited,
larantee and we stand behind it
HTS3aS����r.3te ,^_&r.a*Ujr*JEB!mma~m*^^
. PHILLIPS
Tlie Wardrobe Clothier
Mia Street
New Wcstmirster, B.C.
Toronto, April 8.���A stout wooden
box, laden with "coal" from the new-
found fields of northern Ontario,
reached the parliament buildings yes-
ti rday, It was consigned to Sir James
W'liii in y.
The premier tinned it over to the
department of mines tor Investigation
and analysis, and many called to ex-
amlm ll al ihe otlice of T. VV. Gibson,
Dei utj Minister of Minis.
The substance appears to be a
species of lignite, and has a partially
I "stringy" appearance, ll is softer
than ordinary coal, and. when thoroughly dried, might crumble to powder. It burns readily, giving an Inti use heat, in all probability Professor W. G. Miller, ihe provincial
geologist, will be asked to report upon it. An assay made in the ninth is
said to have shown 13.2 per rent
moisture, 36.8 per cent volatile matter, 4.",.7 per cent, fixed carbon, 4.3
her cent. ash. Total. LOO per C( nt.
I Sir James Whitney, when Interviewed! expressed the earnest hope
that the encouraging reports received
from the districi were warranted by
fact. The government, however, is
inclined to take a conservative view of
the situation, as a result of fornjer Investigation made and the known presence of considerable lignite. No authenticated report of the discovery of
anthracite or bituminous coal has yet
been received.
"As ]',t,n. Mr. Cochrane has stated."
the premier observed, "the government regards the possibilities of a
[ind pf coal as of such vital Import-
anci t i tie' province as to warrant
i!r' despatch of experts to officially Investigate the reports received. This
Investigation wlll be thorough in every si nse. That is as far as I can go
al present with the meagre informa-
ti in  at  band."
J. L. Englehavt, chairman of the
Te ��� Iskaming and Northern Ontario
railway, when Interviewed, declined
to ('��� ny or affirm the report that the
offii li l di spatched by the railway to
Investigate. W. J. Baldry of Coch-
rane, had reported favorably on the
field. Mr. Englehart leaves today for
the north, and it is anticipated that
he will make a careful examination
of the situation on the spot.        _
The reports of the finds have attracted the attention of the coal operators in Pennsylvania, and it is reported that representatives of the
American i ial Interests are being hur-
i led noi thward to inspect.
Ready
Money
*\  GOOD    FRIEND    ALWAYS
If you deposit your money for
safety In The Bank of Toronto
it will be safe while you leave
���It, and ready when you need It,
and it will be
AUTheTime
earning for you three per cent.
Interest. Small or large sums
Eiay he deposited at any time.
FARMERS OF OLD LANO
ALERT, SAYS LELTIIRER
IMPORTING LABORERS FOR
WORK IN GRADING CAMPS
Practical Agriculturalists Sent to Un-   Not Enough Men in Edmonton to FiU
ited  Kingdom  by the  Dominion
Government Did Good Work.
80   BRANCHES
in    Ontario,   Quebec   and   the
West.
CAPITAL
REST   ...
.$4,000,000
. 4,750,000
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
J. Gracey, Mgr.
(%E��S>OttWMMBI8CBWBflfeTO <a��o
Hold Bier Annex
Fourth Avenue and Manoi Street
StfATTLH
hates :
Room  $1   pir day  up.
Room  and  board $2.50 per day up.
Room  with  bath  $-50 per  day  up.
Rocm With bath an-1 board $���! per day
All mtslde rooms, with hot nnJ cold
water, steam he;it, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats
The Dally News will be kept on file
In our reading room.
<\\lU.rcTON OJIWi'UT.  Mr
CHURCH SOLD PIECEMEAL.
Prospective. Edifice Auctioned Off By
Parts to  Subscribers.
Seattle. April 8.���With the sale of
its chimney to the Ladles' Aid society for an indefinite sum. its cupola
to another organization for $250, its
ornamental ridge board to another,
and i's shingles going at $5 a throw
to members, a building tor the Congregational church at West Seattle be-
, - certainty. In fifteen minutes
the members subscribed more than
$3,000 of the $33,000 the edifice will
cost. The church already had $15,000
in  hand.
The sale -was due to the Ingenuity
and drafting skill of Jason Averlll, a
mi mber. it. was his Idea to divide the
1 bins of the proposed new church into
parts and identify each subscriber
With a distinctive part of the edifice.
Every part of the building will he
separately subscribed for.
in tb. fifteen minutes atfpteq tho
sale there was lively bidding (or
showy pints of the proposed structure.
Westminster
Tresisf er Co.
'jDlce 'Phone 185.     Barn 'Phone 13?
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELl. & ODDY
.lorner Klghth St. ana    Fifth Avende
PHONE.   370
Estimates Given. Phone 567.
J, NEWSQME 6 SONS
PAINTERS,   PAPER-HANGERS  AND
DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, between Second avenue and Third streets.
N'EW WESTMINSTER       - B-c-
THE  STEAMER
TRANSFER
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker   Wharf    for   Ladner,1^
Westham  Island and   way |*
i points at 2 o'clock, returning |
on the following morning.
Kltscoty, April 8.���"Hundreds of
well-to-do British fanners are coining
out this spring to take up farming
In the Canadian west," declared J.
Heathcote of Kltscoty. Mr. Heath-
cote is one of the twelve Canadian
farmers who were sent to Britain by
the Dominion Immigration department last fall, to spend the winter
there, delivering lectures and generally educating prospective British immigrants concerning the Dominion. He
has just returned and is en route to
his  home.
"I was surprised at the keen interest in Canada which was manifested
everywhere I went. The whole country is stirred from end to end, and
you cannot enter a street car, train
or boat, without hearing some one
discussing Canada.
"This year will see the best class
of Immigrants that have ever come
out to Canada. 1 visited a village
where over thirty-seven of the Inhabitants booked to come over here, and
they had over $ir>0,000 among them.
"I did a lot ot lecturing in my districts, wliich were the midland and
rural counties of England. The smallest audience I ever had was two
hundred and fifty, and It was nothing
for the audiences to reach nine hundred or a thousand. In many eases
lords���real live lords���presided at my
meetings.
"I visited many men who had money
to Invest and they nearly all expressed a desire to invest it in Canadian
lands. One gentleman whom 1 knew
had JaO.OOO in Russian railways, and
he withdrew it and is putting it in
Canadian lands.
"April "1 over two thousand immigrants will sot sail for Canada. Accommodation on all steamers���second
and third class���is fully hooked till
.Time, and the rush Is so great that
the Allan line and the C. P. H. are
putting additional steamers on.
"Our lectures on "The Land of Opportunity" were all illustrated by ster-
eoptlcan views, and proved very Interesting to the audiences. Iu my
own section I think it is safe to say
that every lecture wus followed by
immediate preparation on the part of
some of those present to come to Canada, so deeply were they Impressed
with the prosperity of the country.
"Not all of the twelve of us were
engaged tn lecturing, several confined
themselves to personal work for which
there was plenty of scope among
those who Bent Inquiries by the
score.
"This work in connection with the
lectures, proved most effective and
assisted very materially iu bringing
the campaign to a most successful
Issue.
"At the custom house at St. Johns
the immigrants were treated In a very
nasty manner, Lots of cases were
ri i oried when the Immigrants' trunks
have been opened and their clean
clothing thrown on the dirty floors
by officious government Inspectors, A
large number of the farmers who
came over with me, said Mr. Heathcote, were kept by tiiese officious
gentlemen from ten in the morning���
the time wo got off the boat���till six
in the evening and were unable to
procure any  food.
"This is a mailer wliich the press
Of Canada should take up and something aboul  which the Dominion gov-
the Demand for Railroad Work
in the North.
Edmonton, April 8.���Compelled by
the scarcity of labor in the city for
rallway construction work, to go to*
outside points to secure sufficient
men to fill the demands that are coming in from the construction camps
every day, representatives of employment offices in the city have goue
east to points in Saskatchewan and
Manitoba to arrange for the importation of 500 men for construction camps
west of the city. The supply of labor
in the city has been absolutely exhausted.
Three hundred men are still needed'
for the construction camps of the
Grand Trunk Pacific west of the McLeod. Demands for the Immediate
suppy of 150 men for Phelan & Shirley's camps came to the Logan employment offices this morning, but
they will be unable to fill the order
for a day or two, owing to the scarcity
of labor.
At least. 600  more are  ne< i -d foi
railway   construe! ion   on   the   branch!
lines of the C. N. Et. and C. T. P. to
Calgary.
Orders for these have come into the
local employment offices, and in order
to flu the demand, requests have been
sent out to eastern points for all the-
labor available.
Over 1000 men will he needc.l within the next month, if the Canadian
Northern opens up construction on-
their main line west, and their branch*
lines to the northwest of the city, .
HIS   LANGUAGE VARIES.
Oxford, Michigan, April 8.���David
Detwiler of this town has recently undergone a peculiar experience that is.
puzzling local physicians.
He originally came from among the-
Phlladelphla Dutch but for twenty-
years has not spoken a word ot that
language. Recently he underwent a
stroke of paralysis, after which he began to speak Dutch and could not
speak a word of English. Gradually
his command of the English language-
has returned and at the same time
the Dutch has fled.
Today, nearly fully recovered from
his  experience,   he  can speak  but a-
MINISTER  DIES AS
VOTE   IS   QUESTIONED
Greeley, Colo., April 8.���As the result of having his vote challenged
yesterday at the municipal election,
Rev. William Johns, pastor of the
Methodist church at Kvans. died today
from valvular heart trouble induced by
the excitement
Mr. Johns had voted for forty years���.
having come to the l'nited States from
England when ho was 15 years old..
but he could not prove that his father
had taken out naturalization papers-
He insisted such was the fact but his-,
ballot was rejected.
ernment should take action, because
if is much more serious than would
at first be supposed."
"Winnipeg looms largely ln tho-
eyes of the people of the old land,'"
concluded Mr. Heathcote. "I had several \b>ws of Winnipeg with me. and-
all Who saw them expressed sui pi Ise
at BUoh a large and bustling city. Mr.
Heathcote leaves for his home In Kltscoty this evening."
FOR SALE
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The Ingredients Used In
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I ��� dicinal and Toilet Preparations arc of the same high quality as those
ftu druggist uses iu filling your physician's prescriptions.
flit Nntinnnl l>��� 1  ri,.���,;,.,. 1 fl /V- QRtllS-0.-
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lthe.ru,.
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1 ".il Drug and Chemical
plies Uie greater part of
ipensed hy the jhyslcians
la ol Canada, and it is
��������Uc that the ingredients used by
w?��*n (lruggl*t in his prescription
*c��uie from our warehouses.
��� rrom these same warehouses come
Su'U';lu''lt'i Uied.!,your ex'iert
E-��� ����� in compounding NA-DRU-CO preparations.
'ry ounce of material used in every NA-DRU-CO
K.J" "" bect tll:lt- OUt skilled buyers can select
f* the world's markets.
We Can Afford
the very best materials because, b lying
; utilities for our wholesale trade, vri get
drugs at roc'.: bottom prices.    In out
tiwava ioo�� ro" ���'* T"��" ****
would   K��   *ar
cry
1�� ����e only
��� immense
Hit best
an.'.' _ 'Oratories Se��*tswmiteffiili are refined
.Prepare, bv expert chemists and subjected to
or ����� ���        ���       -   ��   '���-������ ��--��������
��� "i<.U-CO preparations.
itm!,u.D!*UC9 .c��*  Liver   Oil   Compound,   for
ti��IJ r''""1 hy expert chemists and subjected to
Ited I v* bolh for ��trength end purity before being
Uiul>"N\ I.RU-CO preparations,
liwhn DRU-co Cod Uver Oil Compound, for
rxix-rt i mad* fmm tbe l**t of materials, by our
to, ��� m ."1,sts' *-*��� is consequently the most perfect
t,ai;.,NA,-D,RU.CO Nervwone is another striking
K��x in      ,        rtsuUs out skiUcd ClMffll��t�� get from
^wgredients.
We Could Not Afford
to use any but the finest and purest
materials in each and every
NA-DRU-CO preparation, because on
the quality of eacli depends the future
of the whole line. Linked together as
tho- are by the NA-DRD-CO Trade
Mark a -single article found unreliable
to   destroy   your  confidence   In   all
our reliability. ...      ���_,i ���cv vnur uhv-
Go a little further if you hke. ��^VSX0
.idea or your druggist what B^k^JgJS
preparations.   They can tell VOU, t,,r "L ;/' t a
o any physician or druggist ,.. Canada, on r������^a
full   list  of  the   ingredients   m   any   NA-DRU eu
ireparttti0n'      "Money Back"
Furthermore, if any NA-DRl^T.article you buy
does not entirely satisfy  you,  return it and   yo
*"tf!��dffiS RS NA-HUr-CO article
von 5Stta A be can get it for you within two
days from our nearest wholesale branch.
A Few NA-DRU-CO Favorite*:
Toilrt:
\v",'" ''ns,e
For Children I
Baby's Tabltti
Sugar of Milk
Dytpe. ni* & Indigutioni
l)y>l>ep��U Tablet*
Ointment nnd SnWeai
Carbolic 6��lve
BtalnUMlotllneOlntmanl
(J SISkS)
Pile Ointment
Tonics t .
Coil Uver Oil Compound,
Taitele����, (�� il��e0
NerToione .     ,
Cod U"r Oil EmuUlon (J ��>����)
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, at Now Westminster,!
li. C, and endorsed on the envelope
"Tender for Supplies" wlll bo received j
up to noon ol' Monday, 11th day of ;
April, 1910, for supplying Ship Chandlery, Hardware, Groceries, Moats and
Coal, required for the use ol the Department Ot I'ubllc Works at Now
Westminster,  B.  C,  until  March 81,
1911.
The supplies furnished must be or
the best quality of their several kinds
and must he delivered at tho Government wharf, Now Westminster, or
where specified in the form or Tender.
The Department reserves the right
to accept the whole or part of any
Teiuler.
Forms of Tender may bo obtained
nt the ollice of the Resident Engineer,
Department of Public Works. New
Westminster, B, C.
The lowest or nny Tender will not
necessarily bo accepted.
G. A. KBBP1R,
Resident Engineer.
Department   of   Public   Works.   New
Westminster,   B.   C.,   24th   March,
1910.
Newspapers Inserting this advertisement without authority wlll not
be paid for lt.        	
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TIMBER   LIMIT���(140   acres containing ten to twelve million feet '^;
Br and cedar.    Good logging proposition,   and  convenient  to water, g
In order to close up all estate  must be sold at once.    For particulars &
and price, a;iply ft
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Owner, 1 001 <6ifa Ave.   |
New Westminster
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��� ���..������..,,..'.~y..'....-..y.s...-':-;.r?^
The Timberland Lumber Company,  Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Fir. Cedar and Spruce Luimber,Rough, Dressed and Kiln Dried, Dimension Timber and Shingles, Cedar Poles and Piling in any quantity.
Ask Us for Prices
Office, Boom 8, Thompson Blk. New Westminster, B.  C.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director
P. O. Box 953
��������� iimei Crrnm      Uy��pep��U Tablet* r,,cv""  _
National Drug .���d Chemical Company of Canada, Limited
H��Iifa��,     St John,     Montreal,
Winnipeg,     Regina,
Wholesale Brancfce* ���tl
Ottawa,    Kingston,    Toronto,
Ctitary,    Nelson,    Vancouver.
London,
Victoria.
Hamilton,
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Quy Johnson, of
Xenta, occupa'.loii harness maker, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described hods:
Commencing at & post planted ln a
bay en the south shore of Pearl island, the north Island In the Indian
group, containing 10 acres, more or
less. Applying for the whole isiand,
which is situated at tho west end of
VlLage island. GUY JOHNSON.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1��10. Agent.
For CHILLIWACK A���N
AND    UPRIVER
DINGS
THE NEW STERNWHEELER
Leavea Brackman-Ker  Mil Ing  Company's Wharf, New Westminster
With   Passengers   and   Freight   as   Follows:
REGULAR SAILINGS
Leave New Westminster Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 ��. m.
Leave Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday a��ad Sunday at 7 a. m.
FIRST CLASS PA88ENGER ACCOMODATIONS
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY
PRINTER5.
"WESTMINSTER PRES3 FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midgut loose
leaf ledgers; Cowls Carbon Paseri.
Phone    oo,    P. O.    Box 142.      Old
Dally  News Block, Sixth street.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED ANU
reps red by your local tuner. W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, ill Dublin St.,
Phone L615.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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sr-; ���"/-i^r<,-.-.-,.-j.-- ���,.���.���/���. ���>,~. -
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S HESTAURAN1 fe CAKE
Tickets, 21 meals for Ji. Home
cooking. Al; white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day aud
night     Op] oslte tram oflloe.
PROFESSIONAL.
". ViU'i'ESIDE k. EDMONDS, HARRIS
ten and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster.    W. J. Whiteside, a.
]j. Edmonds.
"JVADE. WHEALLER & McQLARRIL
il'. C. Wade, K. C, a. Whealler, \\
O.   McQuarrie),    Solicitors,   Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse.       New     Westminster
(Ptu ne    113.      Vanco iver    offlci
Boon -:  20 and  21��� William ���
ing,  113 Granville street, corner of
Hastings street.
GEORGE L. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Oulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie Bts., New
Westminster. B. C.
STENOGRAPH/    _    TVPEWRITINO
FREEMAN BUNTING, ROOM 1,
Guichon block.      V. 0. Box 6S4.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province office;, Co
I imbla ttn* t.     Pbone 62.
TAILORS.
CAL.!... LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI-
lori.'.-jr. A new ii:.'- oi Spring silking just in. Button making, pressing and repairing    Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia St.,
and 626 Clarkson St.   Phone R��   i
LIVER/   STABLE.
RING   UP    250    FOR
smart   turnout.     TL<
bles.
HACKS  ANU
Fa.-.h.on   S:a-
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
-^ at-***** ���r^'^' mr���^ V   -f ^T*_r*l ^"^-^^ ^*^-mr~ ^ S*   _*" ^ <���" ^" S~^*^*^T
il. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant TeL R 125. Room 7,
Westminster Trust Block.
H. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND Accountant. Audits wade. Systems
organized. Agent foi the Hall Safe
Co. Room 'j, Westminster Trust
block.      P. O.  Box 795.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON  & AYLING, FISH, KKUil
Game, Vegetables, etc.  Dean Block,
next to Bank of MontreaL
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that ac application
has been mace to :ew.-rier i:.e Corporation of the Township or District of
i atey as 'he owner in fee simple, un-
d^i a ', :.:���: Saie Deed from the Reeve
i'-'-ik of the Corporation ol tbe
lonr.i-rlp or District of Surrey to the
Corpwai'ti of the Township or District of Surrey, hearing dates of the
2lst day ol October, A.D.. 1905 and
2lst day of December, AD.. 1901, of
all and singular that certain parcel
or tract of land and premises sil late
lying and being in the District '������'. New
Wl tminster, in the Province of Brit-
1- . Columbia, more paiticulsrly known
and described as: Lot 1 in subdivision 24 of block 1 of section 30, biock
o north, rahge 2 west; lots % to 17,
sire, ol subdivision 23 of section
18, block 5, north range 2 west; lots
15 to 21, inclusive, block 14 of southeast quarter section 4, township 9;
lots 5,6, ;-r.d 7. in subdivision 23 of
section 16, block 5, north range 2,
wesl --  and 23, in subdivision
23 of sect!  n 11 b 5, north range
2. t.w; lots 1, 2, 3 ; 6 6, 7, i
12, block 4 of lot ���: 7A, gi p 2 lots
2 to 6 .inclusive, block li of southeast quarter section 4, township 9;
lot S block 3 ol lot 387A, group 2;
lot 38, block 2 of lot 387A, group 2:
lots 21, 22, block 3 ol southeast quarter section -5. township 9; lots 18, l'.<,
: 2 of Boutheasl quarter section
4. township 9; lot 22, bock 1C of
southeast quarter section 4. township
9, map 619; lot 23, block 10 of southeast quarter section 4 township C��.
You and I claiming through or
under you and all persons clai:: ing
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 1 nol - - ten 1 under the : 1
visions of the "Land Registry Act."
a;e required to contest tiie claim of
rax 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
of lis pendens being filed within such
period, or in default of redemption
before registration, you and each of
you will be forever estopped and debased from setting up any claim to
or in respect of the said land, and I
shall register The Corporation of the
Township or District of Surrey as
owner thereof ln fee. And I hereby
order that publication of this notice
for thirty days in a daily newspaper
published In New Westminster will
be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 29th day of March, A.
D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To David Miller, William A. McCal-
lam, Angus Mclnnes, T. G. Stark, William Davis. Henry Fraser, Henry
Kells, Harold Ponsford, Allen Spiers,
George Stone. Robert. Lyness, Margaret G. Cooper, John Roberts, Richard
Hosklng, Hugh T. Crossley, John B.
Hunter.
CHURCH
SERVICES
TROUBLE HAS ARISEN   |
OVER SHIPPING RATES
HOUSE  AND   LOT
on Armstrong Street and Blackwood  Streel
light, hot and cold  water;  price   J] ;"���      -
J25 1 er month. s �����>
; bath
"Jcash,ffl
!" %
at * a MI'M M ti ,r
(Changes fir 'Ws column must be
.eft at, or *.e:i;.Lo^cd :o, this office by
i p.m- on Fridays. The omission 0;
iny church notice from this coluar.
indicates that n'j copy Las been turnvd
In by the pastor or other responsil:-.-
jarty.J
Sunday, April  10.
HOLY  TRINITY���Rev. G. C. D'ea-
sum, rector. Celebration of Holy Communion  at   S  a.   m.;   Matins,  L
Grain May be Shipped from:
Canada to Europe via I.
S. Ports.
Toronto, April 8.���Unless some ac-
���.   . .s taken shortly to bring grain-
.-.- rati - from Montreal to Luro-
ports nearer the level rales 110m
New Yoik, there is a real dangi r that
supremacy   of  the   St.   Lawrence
river  route  will   become  a  thing  of
2  LOTS  AND   1   HOLSE
elect) I
Modern. 5 rooms, bath, W.^L^^^^^^^^^^^^
price $2,625 for the two bts and   nousi ,,,lu* Nt
say  .20 per month.
HOUSE AND LOT ON  FOURTH ST
Near  Third  Avenue;   6  rooms:   modern-    BpIo
and  cold   water,  w.  c.  woodshed;  slzi
side.    We  have  exclusive  sale of these
:' treeJL
P. Peebles
620 Columbia   St.
I,?   fv-i     "   a' I" ''     SuDdaI the past, and the great flow of golden I
school  at 2.30 p.  m.;   Evensong and from   the   wheatfields   of   the
sermon at  ,  p. m. ,    . ldiaJQ  xorttnvesl wlil 1,,. ti;..
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCO- ��� , an American port.   The ocean ship-
, Pal���Rev. A. deB. Owen, rector. S r     i -   1  tea   for   the   month cf   June, j
vice at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.   Holy Com- "':::i arfr now in Ihf' liand3 of ^:
i _������;,.. c���, o.,���,,���,. ,    ,. ,     , t      'iters,  show  a  difference  o:   one
munion nr.-,t Sunuav _ the month af-       .      ,   ,. , ���        h
" J "l and a half to nearlv two and a
t3r morning service.    Prayer meetir; . a btahel In favi r of       R   fork
on Thursday at 7:30 p. m. I otber American ports. Tl
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN��� '   ''  Ul c'rd("r '" !!';';'    a
u,~    t   c   ,,    j   Lie from Fort William to E
Rev.  J.  S.  Henderson,    pastor.    Ser .... ,,r,  the  1,.,
vices 11 a.m. and    7    p.m.    Sabbath 1 eir figures to a mark I    twi
Ittle if any room for profit.    Accord-1
no"e !||
school    and    Bfble    class  2:30    p.m.
ST.   STEPHEN'S   PRESBYTERIAN
��� Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., Ph.
D., f'astor. Services at 11 a.m. and
7:30 p. m. Morning: "Christian Confidence": evening: "Moral Blindness."
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. C. W. Brown. ...astor. Service at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. Rev. T. K.
Holling, B.A., of the Metropolitan
Methodist church, Victoria, will
preach at both services.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Baker, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 1
p.m.      Sunday    school   at   2:30  p.m.
Midweek prayer meeting on Wednes-   anr,  with  ,i,e  rates as they are
day at  g o'clock.    Morning:   Rev.  H.  Montreal, I won't be able to 6*1    -
G. Eastabrooke. of Summerland, B. C.  0, ,1)enl through.   It's a kind of 'Don
ing  to  the  opinions  expn Bsed   by  a
ber of shipping men    yesterday
tl ��� y have no intention of doing this.
Grain  Exporters  Indignant.
While  the owners  of  boats  in the |
pain- irrying trade aie naturally ex
'1 about the situation, their in-
gnation  is  nothing  to  that of  the
; irters, and it applies to both
the ocean and lake carriers.    During
.���i\ersation yesterday, the bead ol
a company that is one of the lai u��� ��� ~t
exporters of grain in Toronto pli ki d
up  a  sheaf  of  cablegrams   from   his
���
"Look  here,"  he exclaimed,  "there
are   orders   for  forty   loads   of   grain.
Montreal, I won't be able to get one
eiPQ   What's the J
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
FURNITURE
Vs. i-.. FAhi... THE KURNUUKK
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets,
Phone 176, night call bl.
CABINET   MAKING.
li.    V.    L.EWTHWAITE,    CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 420 Clarkson street 1 behind liurr block).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture In  fir and oak.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
KOYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 346 Columbia street,
phone R278. The place where the
<Hrt and dust Is removed from the
fibre���not praised lu. Goods called
for and delivered.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Charles William
Preston, of Madrid, occupation barber, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the west end of Alder Island, the
, largest Island In the Carey group, containing 40 acres, more or iess. Applying for the whole Island, which la
situated near the west end of Tumour Island.
. CHARLES WILLIAN PRESTON.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10. 1nHi. Acer*
will preach; afternoon: opening of
new Sunday school vestry; evening:
Rev. T. H. McEwen, a former pastor,
will preach.
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
���Rev. E. G. Thompson, M. A,
niinist'-'r. Public worship: Morning,
Holy Communion, 11 a. ni.: evening,
7 p. rn. Bible class and Sabbath
school. 2:30 p. m.; Y. P. S. C. E. Tm-.s-
day, 8 p. m.: prayer meeting. Morning: "A Man's Religion and His Business"; evening: "It Is More Blessed
to Give Than to Receive."
ST. MARY'S. SAPPERTON���Hob-
communion, 8:30 a. m.; evensong and
sermon, 7 p. m.. Preacher, Rev. C.
Leonard.
WEST    END      METHODIST���Rev.
'Jarnt-s Calvert, D.D., pastor.���Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Class
meeting at 10 a.m. Sunday school at
2:30   p.m.;   Epworth   League   Monday
���at 8 p.m.; prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
E. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m; Sunday school at
2:30 p.m. Epworth league on Monday
at 8 p. m.
SALVATION ARMY���Services will
; be conducted in the S. A. barracks
on Sunday as follows: 10 a. m��� Sunday-school; 11 a. m., service; 3 p. rn.,
enrollment of recruits; 7:30 p. m.,
service.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORki.su
Co., bank, office and store linings;
.cabinet, stair, showcases, maniois
and detail work. Designs p.nd e>.U-
mates furnished.
jirletor. Work-
��nd car line. P.
473.
J,   liiooki-.;    jjro-
Corner Klerentb
O. box 2I>I, Rhone
SURVEYOR.
A. V. COTTON,
DOMINION AND B. C. LAND BUR-
veyor, In National Finance Co.'s ofiice, over Curtis' drug store, Columbia Btroet, New Westminster,
u. C.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Ileal   Estate  and   Insurance Agents���
City, farm and suDtirbau property,
200 Columbia street.
LAND   ACT.
Form of Notice, District of New Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
Uaggs, of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Timber Lot
37311, about one mile northeast of
head of Hidings Bay, thence north
40 chains to or near small lake, thence
east 40 chains, thence south 40
chains, thence west 40 Chain* to point
of commencement, containing 160
acres more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS,
Name of Applicant.
Dated at Nelson Island, B. C, December 2'J, 1900.
DO YOU KNOW
LAND ACTS.
FREE     METHODIST     CHAPEL���
! Eighth   street,   between    Third    and
���.Fourth   avenues.     Love     feast,     10
a.m.      Preaching,    11    a.m.;   Sunday
sohool,  2:30  p.m.;   Service at 7 p.m.,
Midweek  prayer  meeting,    Thursday,
7:45 p.m. Holiness meeting Tuesday
'at 7:45 p.m. T H. Marsh, pastor,
J 718 Queen's avenue.
THE    NORWEGIAN     LUTHERAN
'CHURCH���Benjamin      Sand,    pastor,
j Sunday service 11 a. m. in the I. O.
0.  F.   hall.
COLLINGWOOD     METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. Sun-  ,, .,,,.,       .. ���   ,,,������,.i���.i������t
. " ��� lines which it is said are dlscrlminat-
| day school at 10 a.m. Epworth League \ lng aKainst Montreal, are, some of
I Tuesday 8 p.m. Dundonald school I them, receiving mail bounties, and lt
j house; Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday' Is felt that the government could use
J school at 3 p.m.   Rev W. Ewart Jones, 'thlB a8 a moans of regulating them.
(pastor.)
BURNABY  MISSION���Pastor,  Rev.
Frederick    Carpenter.      Services    as
follows: East Burnaby, Sundav
[school at 2 o'clock; preaching service
'at 3 p.m.; young people's service at
j7:30 p.m. Thursday, prayer serv'ceat
18 p.m. West Burnaby,  Sunday school
nt 2:30 nnd preaching at 7:30.
SOUTH   WESTMINSTER   MKTHO-
nybrook' between the lake nnd ocean
lin< s, an.l  we are getting the  worst
of it."   This exporter says he is |
to ship his grain by way of New York
in  the  future.
A comparison of rates from Fort
William to Europe shows the situation
clearly. According to A. A. Wright,
of the St. Lawrence ic Chicago Steam
Navigation company, the lake rate
from Fort William to Georgian Bay
ports or Buffalo Is the same���namely.
a cent and a half a bushel. The rail
rare from Buffalo to New York is
4.00 cents a bushel, with the rail rate
from Georgian Hay ports to Montreal
four cents. To the shipping port the
Canadian route has thus an advantage
over its rival of .90 cent a bushel,
which is improved to 1.60 cents where
the grain is brought the whole way by
water. From this point the advantage
is all the other way.
The ocean rate from Montreal to
Liverpool and Manchester Is 3 3-4
cents a bushel, while boats of the
same steamship line are carrying the
grain from United States ports for
1.63 cents. To other European points
the difference ls greater. The rate
from New York to London and Bristol ls 1.38 cents lower than Montreal,
and to Antwerp 2.38 cents lower.
The diversion of the grain to
United States ports would be fell
chiefly by the Canadian package boats
which carry grain down to Montreal
and bring back miscellaneous freight.
"We have got our rates now as low
as we can put them," said .1. W. Nor-
cross, general manager of the Mutual
Steamship   company,   wliich   controls
fourteen boats In the trade. "We
would send our boats down empty
I'aiher than carry the grain for nothing, which is what a cut would amount to."
The big bulk cargo boats are not
interested   to   the    extent     that   the
others are, since they can carry grain
j to Buffalo as readily as to Georgian
Bay ports.
The steamship men are talking of
taking the matter to the government
ns the onlv remedy In slcrht for the existing state of affairs.   The steamship
Some people 1!" 1
That   we   are
Sherwin   Williams
Co's Agents
So lf you want to I
about their produi I
at
KIRK'S HARDWARE
Columbia Stre
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Is Your Property For
Sale?
List it With us, We Have
the Buyers.
Miller & Jewhurst
Thompson Block, Room 7,  Phone 669
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6ETTLBR8' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. It. Drown, manager, P. O. Box
r>f,(i,   phone  334.
We have Ihu cheapest lot In Burnaby,
50 by 160, close to car line, on good
road. Fine site for homes. .200
oach,  Quarter cash,  balance easy.
MACHINE   WORKS.
JTHB SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street. New Westminster. M'innfacturers of modern
-saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MECHANICAL.
tflNBl   MACHINE  WORK  AND  OEN-
ornl   repairing.   Anything    from    a
wafch or clock  lo an    automobile.
w. Webster, mechanical expert No
10 Sixth   Btreet,    Dominion    Trust
ailock.
New Westmister 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 at
the southeast point of Ihe Island situate about four (4) chulns from Timber limit No. 88733, thence northerly
and westerly and southerly and easterly   around   the   shore   at   low   tide
to place of commencement, containing
four  acres,  more  or  less.
ALEXANDER   McLBNNAN. ���
J. F. BAGGS, Agent.
March 17, 1910.
CHURCH OF CHRIST���305 Durham, Madison Wright, preacher. Sunday services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Week day service, every day at 8 p.m
SAPPERTON   BAPTIST  CHURCH,
[Hospital   street:     Sunday   scliool   at
1 2:30 p. m.; service at 7 p. m.   Andrew
Grieve, pastor.
New Arrivals in-
Ladies' Blouses
AND
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DIST MISSION���Rev. Henry Wilson,! GOSPEL HALL, corner of Sixth
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.m. avenue and Ninth street. Evangelist
Church servleo at 11 a.m. j. j. Rouse wll. preach at 7 p. m.
Children's Dresses]
^nTBI^lXH
The White House 617 Columbia Street j
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that John Peterson, or
Vancouver,  occupation  carpenter,  Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the N.E. comer of T.L. 25186, on Midsummer Island, thence following said
line of T.L. south, west and north to
tho shore; thence following shore
westerly, southerly, easterly, northerly and westerly to point of commencement; containing 200 acres,
more or less.
JOHN PETERSON.
SHERMAN II. FORD,
March 10, J M0 Agent.
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