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INSURANCE
(lJ1TE SHILES & CO.
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I MINSTER, B. C. WEDNESDAY MORNINO, APRIL 2d, 1910
jtrmiuu uunu      \VANC0UV��B MEN BUY       |MA< DAY COMMITTEE
ARE TO BE RtFUNDtD   lflCil ��� ���|������ ���
PUIPWCOD DUTIES
find at Sapperton
Apparently Un-
g. For Many Years
���f a tragedy of long
t:       ���,o find   was   m&de   "n
i '     ,lV  .1.  Couraoll,  a
i��y����";"    .,:..,. mm. theBru-
[fled Police Of-
I     -X, yesterday evening.
Tl     :\��� the snot, accompanied
a look at the
r.owl" ��""���dImli.K"t
H i�� onnnrently that of
ISSTaSi but" It li Par-
P��!L  b!   dead   Waves   and
L�� no good description is pos-
X'tepresenl   time.    Tlie  re-
IL'/l waterproof coat are vis-
\^n other clothing has prob-
Irntled away l"'!i' ago. ,    ,,
L from Ha' '""iiluion of tne
fwff is innocent  of hair  or,
ifoursoll came across the tfel*
L Sunday while looking over a
I had recently bought   His at-
i was attracted by around sliin-
fMrtt.   On raising It to satisfy
Ely, be was horrified to dis-
ra human skull.   Closer invest!-
Ed revealed the presence of the
fct summer a little girl reported
iPr parents thai she bad seen
fcieton In thi ��������� ioda while berry
|u but Bhe could not remember
f,  ��� ..       i   \v. Mcintosh, then
ri " !!:,M' ,nv,'s
uj3�� bul ws e to find  any
Jgoihuman bones. Tho skeleton
k by lhe child was probably the
htavered last Sun,lay.
TOinorninn Chief ot Police George
Mshu, uecompanled by i medical
���a, i. visit tin' pi ice and arrange
|wr the removal nf the body.
V'...        ��� ntary evidence of (be
Irimm's identity is discovered r,n
\imvp,. \\ will probably remain a
liaysf-n ������-. it would be impossible
to identity ft* bones.
Tie only ftject noticed near the
ffce/etoa Isiiroken pint bottle, prob-
Wood Off Private Lands Not
Liable to Customs Duties,
According to Ruling.
Gaskell, Odium  & Stabler, Ltd.,  Now
Proprietors   of   Store   Formerly
Conducted by Todhunter & Burr.
Awful    Threat    of    Not    Distributing
Sweeties to Children This Year Is
Made   at   Meeting.
Waahington, April 19.���Customs
duties assessed on Lechaclnally
ground woodpulp mad" from pulpwood
cut on private lands in the provinces
of Quebec and Ontario by customs i i
fleers along the Canadian border are
id be refunded, according to an announcement made to.lay by Mr, Curtis,
assistant   s, cretary   of   ibe   Unlti d
Stairs treasury.
| A largo number <>f enti les made at
Plattsburg, Niagara Palls, Buffaloand
Ogdensburg are affected by the ruling
' of the department.
Died ot Heart Failure.
Toronto, April 19. ��� T. S. Grant,
assistant registrar of the court of
appeals, died in the general hospital
this morning of heart falure as a result of having his collarbone broken
by being run Mown by an automobile
some (lays ago. He was flfty-Beven
years old,
DEMAND FOR SURREY LAND
REMAINS ACTIVE AS EVER
Announcement was made ye terday
that tbe stationery firm, formerly
Known as Todhunti i & Bui i but for
the past week or two i onducti ,1 under
Mr. Todhunter's name onlj. had been
sold to Gaskell, Odium & Stabler, Ltd.,
ot Vancouver.
Manfred ,i. Gaskell, the senloi q em- j
bi r of the fit m, In b b en in the city
for the past two daj ��� taking Btock,
and the deal i i now completi d, Gaskell, Odium & Stabler recently bought
out the Thompi on Statlonei j i impany
, in Vancouver and al io to ik o\ er sev-
; eral other stationery stores in the
Terminal City,
The newly acquired business here
will be under the nagemem of John
s.   In land,   who   has   had   extensive
��� xperlence in the stationery business
iu eastern ami wi stern Canada. Mr.
and Mrs. Ireland are expected to arrive   here   from   Owen   Sound.   Ont.,
aboul   the   lirst   of   May.   when   they
will   lake   up   their   residence   here.
Messrs. Gaskell, Odium  &  stabler
Intend to thoroughly modernize their
buslni sh here, adding to it a full line
nt  commercial  stationery,  loose leaf
systems,   typewriters,   mimeographs,
Kodak   and   Kodak   supplies,  etc.  In
addition   Do   the   toy*;   and   sporting
goods already carried.
Tiie Mav i>av committee met at the
board, ol trade ollice last night. There
were present: Messrs. .1. J. Johnson,
president;   W.   N.  Carty.   secretary,
J. .1. Cambridge, D. B. MacKenzie, C.
I), peele, L, B. Lusby, Fire Chlel .1. ti.
Watson and others.
Messrs. MacKenzie and MacGowan
'read a  report   that  the councl had
donated  $200 toward  the  testIvltles.
A   Letter of  thanks  was  sent   to the,
maypr and  council  and  an  invitation 1
requesting them to attend.
\ ���, r,vil,v discussion took plate
concerning the lavish d|ftribuUon ol
caniies amongsl the children, which
waa conducted on last May Day, it
was,.. 'ed that the la-dies be asked
to deslsl from the pracUce this year.
No decision was. however, arrived at.
A   requ-st   Is   lo   he   Bent   t(>   JUdge
Howay to attend tbe celebration.
A special feature is to be Intro-
dUcetl. Cowan McGowan was asked
to dei lib' on lt and arrange for it.
The committee was asked to endeavor to obtain the Permission from
0,a officers of the Boys' Brigade, of
Vancouver,  for  their attendance.
WINNIPEG LAND MEN   [BUDGET IS BROUGHT
ENDORSE BIG fM    BACH 10 COIMh -���
    i
Real Estate Agents Shout:Lloyd George Declares Re*~
Hearty Approval of Sel- jection of Budget Cost.
kirk Centennial Exposition'   Country $27,500,000.
Winnipeg.   April   1'.).���The   real   estate  dealers of the city endorsed the
World's fair in 1914 in a very enthusiastic manner at a luncheon at noon
in  Manitoba hall today.    Some three
hundred   mon   attended   and   when  P.
\V.   lleiiliach,  who  was elected  chairman   of   the   meeting,   asked   it'   they
I were in favor of holding the World's
fair  in  1914   the    afflrmaUve    reply'
could   have   been   heard   a   couple   of
! blocks away.
Today's   meeting   was   called  by   a
I Bub-commlttee that was appointed to
go into the  matter, nnd in explaining
what the committee wanted, Mr. I lon
bach   said   the   real     estate     dealers
should contribute .lati.ooo.
Wilford Heaton, who acted as publicity agent at the Seattle exposition,
followed Mr. Heubach, explaining how
the Seattle exposition was kept before
the people of the United States.
I London, April 111.���David Lloyd
'George reintroduced last year's
[budget in the house of commons to-
! day.     he   declared   that   he   realized
that  the present  deficit  of $131,240.-
000   would   be   more   than   wiped   out
when  all  arreas  had  heen collected
and that thine would he an actual surplus  or  $14,KOOOOO.
if the budget had been passed asr
usual last year, he said, there would.
have been a surplus of $21,000,000.
The chancellor commented upon the-
remarkable decrease of thirty-two per
cent In the consumption of whisky,,
wliich he attributed mainly to the extra duty Imposed.
Chancellor Lloyd George declared!
that the government hud already loss'
$117,500,0(111 in taxes by the rejection
of the budget, besides the loss ol $1^
��� 500,000  In  whisky  dues.
HACKETT
Property   Along  Line   of   B.   C.   E.   R.
Comes in for Considerable Attcn-
tions���Prices   Still   Reasonable.
DRIFT ICE IN HARBOR
TIES UP LAKE TRAFFIC
DEATH
ptly a betr bottle.
pSEIMliS OVERTAX
Iii ACCOMMODATION
For the hist two  .'.ays  Surrey property nas been in keener demand than
ever, except  on that  eventful Saturday   some   three   weeks   ago.     Then
Hjorth road property, north and south,
was receiving the only attention, but
row the demand has spread and prices
have   gone   up  all   over  the  district,
whilst   property   south   of   the   Town-
line road is filching prices which a
few  months ago would have seemed
i.bsurd. ^^^^^
Cloverdale,   Port    Kells,   and   the
Langley  district are all receiving the
attention of speculators who are pre-	
pare!   to   hold   property   for   a   few | drowned
months, pending developments of the
railways and the B. C. ElSctric.
Messrs   Wilson  & Cook sold eighty
acn s     in     section     26,     township
160 acres in section 25;  160 acres
Bectlon  24  at  $125 per acre,  also
Port Colborne, Ont.. April 19.���
Huge drilling cakes of ice driven into
the harbor last night have caused a
blockade at the entrance lock here.
I'l bound boats are unable to force
i heir way through until a change of
wind returns the ice to the lake.
Sev< n boats are being detained.
MARY  MANNERING IS
DIVORVCED FROM
New Vork. April 19.���A final decree
j of  divorce  for  Mary  Mannering, the
actress, from James K.  Hackett, the
actor, was signed by Justice Fltzger
aid In the supreme court today.
The decree provides that Miss Mannering sliall have the custody of the
only child. Hackett is prohibited
from re-marrying and Miss Mannering
is permitted to retain the name of
Mary  Mannering.
Xo mention of alimony is made
the decree.
HT HOUR DAY BILL
IS SHELVED FOR SESSION
Arguments for and Against the Meas-
Will   Be   Distributed   During
Recess���Much Evidence  Heard.
ure
ONLY FOUR  KILLED.
First   Report  of   Landslide   Fatalities"-
in  Quebec  Were  Exaggerated.
Ottawa, April lit.���A telephone message  this   afternoon   to   District   Engineer  Doucet,  who  is  in  charge  ot"
the  section  of  the   Transcontinental'
railway   where   a   landslide   accident
occurred  on   Sunday,  says  only   four-
men were killed and ten injured. First
reports were to the pffect that twenty-
five men had been killed.
in
CLAIMS  GRIM
TOLL   AT
BUDAPEST
FORMER PRINCE OF
F0R ZULU   WARRIORS
DEAD
Budapest, April 19.���A boiler explod-'
ed today in a match factory at Szege-
dln,    killing    ten    girls and  a  man.
lighteen other girls were dangerously
injured.
A 1 oal containing seventeen women, who were on their way to the annual fair at Satoralja-l'jhely, was capsized today while crossing the River
Bodrog.    Fourteen of the party were
Chicago. April 1(1.���Charles H. Stevens, former prince of a tribe of Zulu
warriors living along the Zambesi rlv
n.  South   Africa,  died   yesterday  at
the county hospital.
ln bis last moments he pictured his
earlv boyhood. He was sixty-five years
old." llis real name probably never
will be known. He was brought to
the United States more than thirty-
five years ago by Charles Stevens,
of Joliet, an explorer.
iu
���Migration Ha'l Has Shakedowns c
Every Available   Inch   of   Floor
Space���Hotels   Overcrowded.
it   is   very
also
jWgary, April 19.���Immigration
Ttat Wiim reports the movement of
��*'* to this province up to date
Jw us easily double that of last
[*��� The accommodation ln the linen hall is limited, theie being
I. -eventeen beds. Owing to the
V that liny.live landseekers will
PW the hall tonight, mattresses
Ejwlng placed on all floors and corpora, The experience of hotel keep-
B is similar, cots and mattresses
Pf Provided in all halls, and many
mt having to share their rooms
"th others.
J��hn Meslej	
'e Dominion hotel, who " has an-
���"""M that he will build a large
���',e!r>' "ti Eighth avenue east, this
""'ns completed the purchase of
%�� lots for .50,000.
160 acres in section 22 at a price ln
the neighborhood of Jl7n per acre. All
this lan i has risen in the last week
or so and shows every sign of going
at better prices.
The land is good and taking the
I prices of land in more northly sec-
' tions   Into   consideration
cheap.
Hale Pros. & Kennedy, have
been selling Surrey property as quickly as they could list it. Their own
i subdivision in South Westminster is
being resold by the purchasers at
prices which give them a good profit
on their bargains.
H. II. Lennle has been doing some
deals In Cloverdale property lately.
Request for this land Is owing to the
news that the B. C. Electric will start
running almost immediately.
ROYAL COMMISSION NAMED
10 PICK UNIVERSITY SITE
Five Leading  Eastern  Educationalists
Selected to Tour Province-Westminster Included in Itinerary.
BEAD MAN'S VALUABLES
ARE STRANGELY HISSING
Sister   of   Late   Fred   Bragdon   Is   In-
i      vestigating-Body   Exhumed   for
Shipment   to   Mankato,   Minn.
Ottawa, April li).���The special committee under the chairmanship of the
minister of labor, which has been
taking evidence respecting the eight-
hour bill as applied to government
works, will do nothing in respect to j
it this session in so far as making
a recommendation  is  concerned. I
A good deal of evidence has been
taken and data collected and this will
be printed In both languages and distributed during the recess. Next session it is expected to reappoint the
committee and it will then report.
The manufacturers and several employers have been heard In opposition
to the bill, and a number of witnesses
in support of it.
The Dominion Trades and Labor
congress will present its evidence favoring the measure at tomorrow's sitting.
BODY OF MISSING MAN FOUND
IN    SASKATCHEWAN    RIVER
Edmonton, April  19.���After    lying;
two months ln the water of the rivet
here, the body of James MoAttanuey_
of Strathcona, was found this  morning.   The man had been working on
the  construction   camp  in  the   west-
j He had not been heard of since February until his body w-as found in the
river  this   morning.    He  came   frotrs
Toronto and was a native of Ireland-
He was unmarried and about thirty-
five years of age.   The body, although
badly   decomposed,   was   still   recognizable.
Earl  Grey  Going to  Hamilton.
Ottawa,  April  10.���Earl  Grey go6*
j to Hamilton tomorrow, where he will
. be present at the St. George society
j banquet in the evening.
The
body   of  Fred   Bragdon,
Sable locality wJ-^JJjg \nJim  hospital  about three we**
��.���&<XKStfS  ��, P.'ovin-:llgo   and  was burled  In U. Lhurch _
i'l give nment.   The commissioners  ot  England   cemeteiy ^  t?e  WeatminBter)   plcolo
1 n* follows- u    ihumed   .   ..=   nnrents   in   Mankata,      A splendid supper
,irnr   \Vedon   Dalhousle    university, home   of   hi     parents L merry time was tl:
Ndva ScoT  __���. iMSKL^itff Son,  a  sister.of |by both young^old.
LANGLEY LADIES HOLD
AN   ENJOYABLE   BALL
Fort    Langley,    April    19.���   The
Ladies' secret society of Langley Fort
held their last ball for the season in
the town hall on Friday and a large
gathering   from  the   district  enjoyed
one of the best dances ever held in
the  settlement.    The    arrangements
were mainly in the hands of Mrs. William   Hora,   Mrs.   George   Dair,   Mrs.
William  Brown, Mrs.  Stanley Towle,
and Miss Itoblnson, and the music was
provided  by  Mr.  Copley,  piano,  Mr.
Tennant, violin and Mr. Brown (New
���*���i���
ARBITRATORS ARE READY
TO SETTLE WAGE DISPUTE
Eastern    Railways    and    Employees
Awaiting   Final   Decision���Much
Testimony   Has   Been   Adduced..
New   York,   April   19.���The   settlement  of  the  wage  dispute   between,
the New York Central & Hudson River   railroad   and  Its  conductors  and
trainmen Is now in the han;ls of the.
"   >i    Mnhvlasev and E. B-
snnuui.,  nuuu ��...
Mankata I WABtm!n8i!',)  PlCOl��" ,* *      J trainmen is now in the nan,* ,�� ....
Mannata, |    A 8piendld supper was provided and  arbltratorB, P. H. Morrissey and E. BL
sister  of la TT?' Ume Was atUf,vUgWy en3oyed  Clark, who finished taking testimony
v..,. ��������������� nnrt old |a^ cioged the heaiing thia afternooB_
BOGUS MONEY.
former  proprietor  of
Fake Coins Being Poured Into Large
United   States   Cities.
New
  _^^^^^^^^^^^H |the  way
W. rf.uTpal Murray, University of Sas-1 connectlo
New-
York. April  W.-B0B^'
ASaSUSSBSB
.��� ���,_DoSlon. NSW cepttoj.01 m. ""r���rement necepi
York ,������ asm ^h--^ISTttMU-  �� 9? =
being nmnhn1  with     green
which officials of   the
of her
on  April  l  anu   mid  ������_
that It was five days after that that
the  hospital  authorities  wrote home
telling of the occurrence.
Yesterday she was at the hospital
and   took   charge   of   her   brother's
  Vnlted States
1 "TLSf. �� belW sent in-
government believe am  4a      Vnr
JftH BOARD OF TRADE
tt)S BUSINESS MEETING
orwarneu  i��  ...- ���.       iiucu.  r     miu         nm,.       	
ances of appointment. All that now clothes. She Bays tlmt 8he has been
remains to be done before the com- told that he,. brother had a watch and
missioners arrive in this province to a ,.lng when ,,e went t(, the hospltal|
start   their  labors  Is  for  the  govern-   and 8he  can   flnd  no  trace  o{  tl)e8e
HOME  FOR  GIRLS.
week.
Added importance was attached to
the result because of the presence at.
the hearing of C. E. Schaff, vice
j president of the Vanderbilt lines west
I of Buffalo, indicating the probability,
��� -'Homsnt with all the ���
I tind
Htlon of Landing Wharf Comes In
0r   Condemnation���Advertising
Committee Formed.
to this country from Canada. For
some months, manufacturers of spurious money have been very active, and
large amounts of it have been sold to
gullible victims in this country
of it to ine  u..D..-r-.
Tbey have succeeded   in   their
tempts lo such an extent that the matter hns been brought to the attention
if the secret service agents   of   the
 --v   .,nd   to
arg. amounts ���� "T"    ^ who " As both McGill  anu     -
<l'Ur edCti atw of disposing ^J&T&SSS*
ment to fix a date for their organization meeting, and make arrangements
for their trip west. It is expected
that the commission will be ou the
ground early In July.
As  both McC.ill   and  Toronto    uni-
already interested to a
" nal matters
... _. ��       e not rep
resented on the commission, it being
and she can  nnn  m>  w..v,,
In the dead man's shirt are the marks
of cuff  links, but  Miss Bragdon  has
not been able to find these.
The hospital authorities claim that
the dead man had no watch, ring or
cuff links when he entered the hospital.    There is  a register in  which
 ��� I "J���StSTSKMTwitl. all the
Toronto Manufacturers' Plan to Solve  ��2der|Ht llnes on the wage f^ute
Their Help Problem. ! might result when the arbitration oe-
Toronto, April  ^"1^,*^^   the   Delewam-
difficulty in obtaining su.^ent gIris, ^gJJJ &  western   railroad and
*********"        '��� of tne
for their factories, a number
largest employers of female help have
been looking into the situation, and on
consultation with the Young Women's
Chrlstion association and the Salva-
��.���.,���   f�����nrt   that a
Lackawana   &   vybbiwu	
the grievance committee of the Lackawana, have agreed to abide by the.-
New York Central's decision.
cuff links wnen  ue <n..^���
Slt��ftJhnfeB,lathrin��t5�� S^Sl^rtK"association and the Baiva-
a record of suoh things Isi kept and   u h
u0th��!  wJ *9?a^? tlilfin iZ ohl��C cause of the scarcity is the lack
.1.    He  had   $25,  but  this  all _went |of gultab,e boardlng place' ,n the city
"������   "i-iiwto tr>   erect
STonTwrnmiislon. It beingMlt.    He  hWj*  -  ���fclto'ho^l^'SS^W   P����Po�� tj  erect
the aim o^the^Provincial government t^y^timeral ^ ^^ ^ |^d^ip aJfl��po��rr homo �� gg-
DEVELOPS TADPOLES
BY PARTHENOGENESIS^
the
United   States  Treasury   and   t^ the
Post master-Generai   JJj*    	
tlie sale of    gieen b
were con-
UU4   Hi    L...     .
that the commissioners     should
ibove  nny  suspicion  of  bias  ln
matter of the selection of a locality
for the establishment of the  pi
cial university.   It is to be note
the commissioners will not be
..' first   regular  meeting  of  the
r{* f(ll"i(-il hoard of trade for Lang-
��� municipality was held ln the town
ni> Monday  night and quite an
UBbftt ()f - ���   ���
|e bylaws were framed and passed.
Lfl0mmlttee on "sherles was formed
L il BeParate committee was made
L^ertlslng as separate from the
Jlp committee formerly elected.
.l  resolution culling the attention of
'atniim011 tn lhe bad Btate of the
eral mi WharJ Wil8 P��ssed, and sev-
tenth,n    '  lna,tP1'8  received   the  "*
e 0I ,^7rth7o.gh theWls-llhe commlss tone- ^.^^ of
ducted principally �����^t   ��� en-1 powered Jo ^seiec^^   ^^   ^
business  was  transacted.
du��w>u ar-----m       depart men-
��11" tUf I"to nut a stop to It and bring
deavoritm to 1"' }�����   *
the offenders t..3tce.in flf
1,'or pome  we?KS-_Vm_nt  have been
��'-lH.stomcedepa    mu^ha
Co.operatlng jit "Ueimxry _ their
department of u�� ioge ongaged In
efforts to appreneimni<Ue_    The  tvail
the university, their powers being
confined to the recommendation of a
locality which is in their opinion a
desirable one. It, will then be competent for the government to select
the actual site ln the locality recommenced.
On their arrival In British Columbia
the commissioners will organize and
prepare a working plan; they will also
select their secretary, it Is probable
that sittings of the commission will
"���"'n'cr.  Victoria,  Na-
SCHOOLGIRLS  SPEND
$900   YEARLY   FOR   DRESS
the  Aca4
during wiwu uwv .. ���.,,,,,,��������� Eugene?
will have secured a permanent posi-   Ratallon, protessor ui  ��� ���,   at thes
tion and wlll be able to find a suitable   University of  Dijon,  announced that:
boarding house. j he had succeeded in developing two��
Seven of the heads of manufactur-   tadpoles by producing traumatism in
ing establishments employing a large   a frog's egg8 -witli a platinum wire.
number   of   women   and   girls    have |    The experiment constiutes a most
formed themselves into a provisional  important advance in the phenomenon
committee, and  will  at  a    luncheon 0t parthenogenesis,
next Tuesday lay their proposal   be-'
imoni  to pay tne luuwa, -���t	
d   be  pltal  and doctors taking nothing for I *^"j*   7..~: , ,
n  the  ,,.���,.. cervices 6        | and equip a temporary home for gins i
icality      m     Braedon ls making determined for thelr flrBt Blx wceka ln the clty' I    Parls-  APr��  19--Before  the  A
���rovln-  JS5S^J!^^h3f3 during which time it is expected they ' emy   of   Science   last   night   Eu(
.1 that   (.pj-rt   man  is  sunDosed to  have ims-   wUl have secured a Permanent posi-   Batallon, professor of biology at
'    em-  sessert bUPP��sed ,0  lme P��s   tion and will be able to find a suitable   University of  Dijon,  announced
boarding house. j he had succeeded in developing
o...... _t- the heads of manufactur-   tadpoles by producing traumatisi
���-- ���in. <> iiUitinum wi
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Thlatei' (late.      ^^^^^^^^
GeorL !,',t,('luliince    was    good    and
**..**_ Taylor was elected ns chair-
1 the new advertising commlt-
Victoria,  Na-
.Yals, It *aa lear""'i7ance of the ] naimo. isew ";~-r^er points in the
Boy    will have the asB'stance o     ^ ,y       ��� a,     her P^ ^
Canadi"" government In blS^*      d,      ,nter or.    The   dee ^
ca .-h��nd the men who are                 mission Is "pecit thorough
tors  received   the  at- M-a ��� nd-^ men wno ��.- -     ; mission Is expec.;^^ thorou?h
meeting, to  come  up .WfflEJt money acrossit he *���^ comprising It have ma ,_me  l0.
l��H��^g  visit    KSwTnnipS: examination  of  ��'   t^%8tabUshment
n,   Ottawa. St. John. in calities suitab e i
tee.
New   Yoitk,   April   19.���Schoolgirls
of New York's wealthy families, who
are  of  the  specially  elect,  spent an .
average of $900 a year for dress and
would like to spend $3,500.   Girls of
families perhaps  equally as wealthy,
but  without  equal  social  distinction,
spend an average of $300 and would
like to spend $1,100.
In contrast, Miss Weed cites figures
Lake Vessels in  Blockade.
,.    ,r*,u   ifl Because   of   s*
Detroit,   Apiil   iJ.    &Ll  " .,
He   will  visu    -���--    h    Wmnlpeg,  e��������"��"-   M   for the
"���'������� -_H*i-   M" i��?r''7��'"""n'"E-
fore   their   fellow-employers   to    the I
number of  probably  a  hundred  and
fifty.
It is thought that the best way to
proceed will be to form a company, I
Inviting those    Interested    to    take
stock,  and  to  build and  furnish    a  ile. President wiuiam l,.....��� .
model home and turn it over to the . the Lake Carriers'association, is sand-
Y. W. C. A. to manage lt. (ing out notices to vessel owners set-
^^^^ It  Is not  Intended at present    to' ting forth  additional  regulations tor
like to spend $1100 , bring out any girls   from   the    Old j approaching   the    Soo   canal.     The^
In contrast   Miss Weed rites flenres I Country' ns tt ls thought there UJUSt  hWfci.'le Is d��e to the fact that the-
ln contrast, Miss weed cites figures j be 8Ufflclent Canadlan glrl8 avanabie   American  locks  wlll   not  open  fSOt
showing that working girls manage to ��� for the present needs of the factories May 1, and the capacity of the Cams-
dress on an average of $78.25 a year. \ lf the housing problem Is solved. dlan lock is overtaxed.
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advertisers: C. C, Topaz., M. VV.
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WANTED���A POSITION BY A RE-
fined, experienced woman, oooklng,
chamber work, or caring for a
child through the day. (Sundays excepted.)    Address X. V. this office.
WANTED -- GARDENING OK JOB-
hing by sturdy young man. Warns
moderate. Apply W. Johnson, Colonial Hotel.   Phone 39,
WANTED  TO  BENT���GENTLEMAN
wants one or two rooms with private family. Not far from library.
Modern house preferred. Box 983,
Postofflce.
WANTED���TENDERS POR SLASH-
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WILSON, COOK
Office:
Northern   Crown
Ground Floor
& CO.
Bank
Bldg.
VS.
ortgages
Phone  646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
SNAP���S.   W.  ' .   of  Sec.   16,  Tp.  10,
Langle); 160 acres of line land with
_��� ,000  feel  of good  fir timber;  $i.'> per acre;  easy terms.
Some of our shrewd clients
are beginning to feel that outside property; is now nearly
as high as it is worth. They say-
that the old stock exchange
axiom is good which says "s. ejl
when   everyone   wants
WANTED���FIRST
ess.     Apply   A.
street
CLASS
S.    Neil:
Enter by Cunnln
TAILOR-
o:i. Slxtb
rbam hall.
buy when no one
them;
nts them."
SNAP���N, W. I 4 of Sec. 14. Tp. 10,
Langley; 160 acres of fine trull
land: $45 per Acre; $2,000 cash; 1,
2. 2 and 4 years.
SURREY ��� 25 acres In Section 27
Township 2, facing on Hjorth road;
$425 per acre; terms.
SURREY���Southwest ' 4 of Section 27
Township 2; price $'-"1 per acre.
SURREY���N.W. ' . of sec. 24, township 2: good soil and near Vale
road; $7$ per acre, $4,4S0 cash; 6,
12, 18 aud 24 months .
: SURREY���$4^0    per    acre    buys    120
acres on !ljo:"h ror'd.
BRENING   &   CO.
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Rooms  5  and   6.
Corner  Columbia  and  Begbie Streets.
Phone  686
SURREY.
80 Acres in Sec. 10;  $100 per acre.
.: 1-3 Acres; $1,000 the piece,
About 2 acres in Sec. 30;  $1,550.
40 Acres in Sec. 33; $350 per acre.
60 Acres in See. 36; $275 per acre.
10 Acres in See. 6; facing coast .Mere
dlan road;  $275 per acre.
160 Acres in Sec. 34, Tp. S; $45 peine re.
S. W. U See. 34, Tp. 7: $45 per acre.
AGRICULTURE HAS
MADE BIG PROGRESS
years
Annual Statement of Hon.
Sydney Fisher Shows Much
Useful Work Done.
Tilt ecu   j
seldom reached the
Atlantic m	
conditions -,. bug
Mr.   Fisher   re"
the work of tbe
Mr.
had
removed
as an
tion on the
LULU   ISLAND.
East half of XL;  3.16 acres.
1. n 41. Hlock 11, Four North Range,
Six W. 4. N. ii W., Group 1; 5 acres.
$300 per acre.
Range 5, Lots 16 and 17, Sec. 3- B.;
in acres;   $300 per acre.
J'O BIGHT ROOMED
modern; close In;
Write P. O. Box 176,
WANTED���SIX
cottage; full)
}.i��nl location,
City.	
WANTED���TO RENT ONE OU TWO
pleasant   furnished   rooms  or  small
furnished house by married couple, j
Address A.  H.. this nfllce	
STABLE MANURE HAULED AWA*I
regularly,   the   whole   year   round.
Arrange with II. C. Nurseries, P. o..
City.
ave
estate
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���CHEAP FOR CASH. A
200-egg Petaluma incubator in good
condition.    Apply  II.  I.,  this office
FOR SALE ��� WHITE LEGHORN
eggs; single comb; good strain; flve
cents each. Samuel Wilkinson,
Sixth street. East. Burnaby.
FOR SALE���TWENTY CORDS OF
wood.   Apply S. J. News Office.
FOR QUICK SALE���34-FOOT PAN-
t'led counter, with 3 foot solid fir
top ,at $3 p��r foot, Apply to Herbert
P. Vidal, Custom Broker, Market
Square, City.
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FOR SALE���FOUR ROOMED COT-
tage; lot 50x132 cleared, fenced;
one block east of Twelfth Street
car. Price $1,400, terms. Apply,
Owner, 1024 Tenth Avenue.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
for une or two iiidies, close to car.
615 Hamilton street, city.
TO RENT ��� COMFORTABLY l-TR~-
nished bedroom. Apply 713 Trew
street,  city.
FOR   RENT.
TO   LET���SIX-ROOMED   COTTAGE.
Vacant .May 1. Rent $23. Apply
221 Hartco fitreet, evenings, be-
twi en  6 and  7.
FOR RENT���HOUSE AND FOUR
Lots in Burnaby, near car line.
Five rooms and bathroom, pantry,
etc. Rents $12 per month. May
lease for six monthe if tenant
suits. Apply to P. Peebles, 620 Columbia Street.
l
hey have figured out thai they
done pretty well by real
and are now buying
mortgages. They say that seven
to eight per cent, is good for
such high class, gilt edged seem ity���In fact there is no security better than a mortgage
on improved real estate which
has withstood all the scrutiny
given morgages which passes
through our hands. They feel
that with such mortgages
they can sleep pretty comfortably���no anxiety as to a possible drop in value.
If real estate hns done well
for you, or if you are for any
reason looking for the greatest security in investment, it
will pay you to see i
talk over the matter
knowledge is at
without charge,
perience and study of financial
matters of all kinds fit us to
speak with some degree of authority.
SURREY���,\ fine subdivision or
ranch; 40 acies; the S.E. 'i Sec
33, range 2, \\'.: price $350 per acre;
good terms.
SURREY���1S acies; 4 acres cleared:
facing on Townline road: lots 2 and
3 of N. E. 1-1 section 31, township
2; price $350 per acre.
BURNABY.
cleared;     facing    Hastings I
Ottawa, April ID.-���Hon. Sydney
Fisher made his annual statement in
respect of the agricultural progress of
the country. Fourteen years ago, in-
said, the annual expenditure of the
department of agriculture' was $162,-
000. Last, year it stood al $807,000,
but the growth was amply Justified by
the progress which had heen made, In
1896-97 seventeen million acres of
land were under cultivation ln Canada. East year this had been ln-
I creased to thirty million acres. Mr.
Fisher said that one reason why it
was necessary to spend more money
was thai most of the development in
agriculture had occurred In the far
west.
In  reply to some Interruptions by
'nol _i
ultm
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/SURREY���3,000 feet of waterfrontage
containing 100 acres; price $21 per
front foot.
SURREY���20   acres,   the   south    half
I of northeast, quarter of section 33,
i range 2 west; $425 per acre, quar-
' I    ter cash.
', I SURREY���$160 per acre buys 40 acres
of good land, the west half of the
|      northeast    quarter   of   section   16,
II township 2; good terms.
SURREY ��� $175   per   acre   buys   20.
acres    facing    on    Roebuck    road;
known as Lots 10 and 11, Sec. 34.
Range 2 west.    Easy terms.
BURNABY���$100 cash and $15 per
month buys a fine large lot on Third
avenue, Burnaby, near city car line.
BURNABY���Two quarter acre lots
near Second street: an Ideal location; price $3o0 each; easy terms.
cellars,   2  chi  ken
ble;  $16 500; term
runs,  wells, sta-
3LEY.
Tp.   11;
and
Our
your disposal
Years  of  ex-
BURNABY���2 large lots near city car
line:    price   $2">n   each;    one-fourth
cash, balance $lo per month.
LAN;
'.   W.   >4   Sec.  5,  Tp.   11:   48  acres;
30 acres  cleared;   good   house and I >
all improvements.    The buy includes j
furniture   and   everything   on   the
the   place.     Price   $6,loo;    $2,500'
cash, balance arranged.
BRENING   &   CO.
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
Rooms  5  and  6.
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Corner Columbia and  Begbie  Streets
Phone 686.
Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd.
T.   R.   PEARSON,
Manager   N.   W.   Branch.
COQUITLAM���Two and three-quartr
acres on Pitt river road, Including
house, '-am: running spring on property; on surveyed car line running
to mills;   price $1,750;  easy terms.
LANGLEY���On Surrey line, 80 acres,
the west 1-2 of S. E. 1-4 of section
34. township 8; price $80 per acre;
easy terms.
CITY���6 room modern house on lanje
lot. on Fourth avenue and facing-
city car line. A beautiful home.
Price $3,500; easy terms.
WILSON,  COOK   &   CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Cround Floor.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
FOR RENT���HOUSE ANU 4 LOTS
in Burnaby, near car line, 5 rooms
and bath room, pantry, etc. Rents
for $12 per month. May lease for
6 months if tennent suits.
FARM TO RENT ��� TO RENT OR
lease hy the montli or year, small
farm at Sunbury, good house and
barn; easy terms. Apply K., this
office.
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FOR EXCHANGE���FIVE ROOMED
House and lot in Vancouver, value
.2000, for house and lot in N'ew
Westminster. Apply, Box P. R.
New.; Office.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
Acres
road; $3,750; 4-roomed house. I Conservative  members,  the  minister
Acrea in Block 7. D, L. 166 A, Croup of agriculture said that while many
I; $700 per acn-: on Byrne road. of the acts which he had Introduced
Acres .hest fruit land, near Burnaby for the betterment of agricultural
lake; 3 minutes from car; with 6-1 conditions had met with the veiled
roomed   house,  fruit   house.  2  fruit' opposition of members to the left of
the Speaker, they had never challenged them by a vote In the house.
Experimental Farms.
After explaining what ha 1 been accomplished recently in the way of Increasing the efficiency of Ihe central
experimental farm, Mr. Fisher said
thnt wherever branch farms had heen
established they had a good Influence
on the district. This had heen demonstrated more particularly at Indian
Head nnd Brandon. He had come lo
the conclusion Hint most good could
be done by the establishment of small
sub-stations, and within the past few
days a site for one of these had been
selected in llie northern part of Saskatchewan. He liop<Hl fl mine the com-'
ine summer to select sites for five or
six additional stations in the west. In
this connection Mr. Fisher made the
observation that more progress had
bo'-n made in Canada In Improving
live stock, etc., than In the cultivation
of the land, and that it would he better to establish these snhstations
which could he confined principally to |
Ihe teaching of scientific land cultivation and rotation of crops than to have
fewer experimental farms on a larger
scale.
Dealing with improvements which
have been effected in connection with
Canadian transportation facilities, Mr.
Fisher explained how some time ago.
when he was in Liverpool he learned
of a shipment of butter belng'allnwed
to lie in the sun on a wharf for eleven
days. This was an illustration of the
I carelessness with which products were j
I handled on both sides of the Atlantic,
Atlantic.
Transportation  Facilities.
Had  not   the  conditions  of    trans-:
portatlon   been   improved   hv   the   ef-,
foils   of   tlie   cold   storage   branch   of
the department, it would be unite Im-'
possible   to   handle   llie     quantity   of
piodiioo Canada  has  to send    abroad,
These     results     had     largely     been
brought about by ��� system of persuasive inspection, but where the dealers
bad refused to be influenced by persuasion he had not hesitated to ask
parliament for power to adopt coi r-1
cion. The result had been n vast im-
provemenf in the condition of affairs.
J.
lack
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��� had
ministers
A. G.  MARSHALL,
South Westminster Phone F507
SNAPS IN WATERFRONTS.
160 acres of good land under crop,
with 30 chains of waterfront. Price
only  ?500 per acre, on  terms.
14 acres excellent land with house
and buildings, with 21 chains waterfrontage. Railway through property.    Price   .SO0O, quarter cash.
160 acres nearby all cultivated, exc 1-
lent land, waterfrontage North Arm,
near city.
40 acres, with
Good terms.
waterfront.    Sunbury.
One   acre   waterfront,    quarter
from Lulu Island bridge.
mile
40   feet   waterfront,    three
from bridge.   $50 per foot.
minutes
Apply for terms.
A. G.  MARSHALL,
Estate Office.
South Westminster Phone F507
Bread
e"haB,|
liis department ii ', '' dlvl<HoI
work of the live l,H[ M
done much to improve the .?""*���
horses.    Touching ,      . ��� M:""ia
the  cattle   end, "     h|
Fisher sai.i thai i ", ' l;i
made  repeal,! .    nd
The ,.  tabj
'' ther unn, M
pari of i ,.,.,��� N
ties, as Canadian cattle
' disease, but since 11 ���
to remove il, li wo
or proper for Can,., j
protest  or to censui    - ,,',,       '
Dealing with the  ,
ing wliich has bee H
tentio.l  of the do;, W
said that much lmp
effected, and he hoped I
come when Canadiai ,P
an average of seven ',']
of milk per year as I }
mark do. and not less ik 1
thousand pounds which   i the, f
average at the presenl . " '
The  minister of
for over three hours.
Not  Enough Apple.,
E.  Armstrong
<>i  transportati, -
mead ol Bending ou ..
half barrels of appi, ���
to he sending from n,,-
lions.     Farmers,   he
progress   in spile  of inV
agi loulture,
W. S. Ham, of Ll ,
ed to challenge the
minister of agricultun     fl, ,    . i
the conditions In Cann,
plorable.   The export ��riciilttl
products are   gradu; ...
and In course of tin,   this will rn.
the total elimination of the export!
wheat.     Mr.  Share-        rj that I
planatlon of the shrii expoi
usually given was thai      rag. duel
Internal expansion. I ! could |
bo so, because Austi '.. ,. y. ,id
and the Argentine n ���
ing  ns  rapidly as  I anj thJ
exports were steadily
Mr.  Bharpe declan d that the g
ernment   was  largi J
conditions   which   Indti J
Hon of comhlnes and mergers. Mnl
money should be s| ��� i I on the enenj
Bgement of agriculture. Fran gJ
many   and   the   I I h
spending millions \ hil<  Cai ij
less than one mill
Russia   had  over  one  hundred <-t
perimental farms mpi red w itf
six or seven in Canada Mr, Sharp]
thought that for tin proper onroul
ngement of agricull ire a model fnra
should   be  establlshi 1   in evrry asr|
cultural constituency    I tnplalna
that the fanners of Lls.ar c-iunt*
owing   to   the  nr- i ,1 trlipal
combine In Wlnnli : -ref frotj
twelve to fourteen cents more idf
their wheat In Noi 11 D iota Vto a\
Manitoba.
The Beef Combine.
Then the bei *
the farmers of all the pn
raising.    So i
that farmers wi
All profits wem
abbattoirs,    Mr.
the only cure for  I '" of '1
fairs was for each |
lish its own abattol [i'eDi
minion to create n I
throughout   thi '���'''���   Wil
a system chilli d i     ts could i
placed on the British i
it would fetch the besl ;
tern
such
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6   Lots
cash,
near   Orphanage;
balance 6, 12 and
$2,700;   i/4
18 months.
LOST.
.LOST ��� A LONG HROWN KID
glove, in Sixth or Columbia street,;;.
Under please return to Dailv News
Office.
Guichon Hotel
Newest
and   Most
in  the
Up-to-Date
City.
Hotel
"Cafe Adjoins.     First Class Service.
Columbia St.
New
Phone 18.
Westminster.
Bank of Montreal
ESTAliLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL |14,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in Loudon, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A, aad Mexico City. A general
-banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
���correspondents in all parts of the
-wort d.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
(received In sums of $1 and upward,
i&nd Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
MEW WE8TMIN8TER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Atlantic Express Leaves
Daily at 3:25
aiaking direct connections for all
points in Eastern Canada and United
States. Revelstoko local and connection for Seattle and all points south
leaves daily at 8:35; Agassiz local
at 5:35  p.  m.
For further particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
or C. B. FOSTER, A.G.P.A. Vancouver
8-Roomed house near Fourth avenue
and Third street; ?2,200; terms
over 3 years.
One acre beautifully situated corner
Fourteenth street and Sixth avenue;
cleared; small cottage; good terms.
Subdivide this.
2    Lots,    London    street;    close    to
Twelfth street; ?500 each; terms.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
Princess Charlotte leaves Vancouver at 10 a. m. daily except Wednesday for Victoria.
Princess Royal daily at 1:20 p. m.
SS.   Joan   leaves   Vancouver   at   2
p. m. daily except Sunday for Nanaimo.
SS.   Queen   City   leaves   Vancouver
Mondays at 5 p .m. for Union and
Comox.
SS. Princess May leaves Vancouver
atll p. ni. April 24, and every ten
days thereafter.
SS. Beaver leaves New Westminster
at 8 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays nnd
Fridays for Chilliwack; returning
leaves Chilliwack at 7 a. m. Tuesdays,
Thursdays  and   Saturdays.
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster Phone F507
Acreage  and   half  acres;   near  tram.
Kasy terms.    South Westminster.
Five  and  two acre  blocks and
oil's.    Easy  terms.
cu'.-
35 City Lots. Scott Road station.
$150, third cash, balance 6, 12, and
18 months.
15 Acre farm; well stocked and in
good cultivation; with furniture
and equipment.   Easy terms.
Surrey! Surrey
Close to Hjorth Road on Clover Valley Road;
G. N. Railway passes through property; close
to Tynehead Station, Sawmill and Brickyard.
25 Acres at
3-acre blocks.
per acre.    Sub-divided into
Cheapest buy in this section.
FOR  FIRST  CLASS
JOB PRINTING
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
.39   FRONT  ST.,  WINDSOR   BLOCK
"roprletress. Mrs. M. Domlny.
120  Acres;   $200 per acre;   close in.
Good terms.
15 Acres; all under crop; 6 cows,
horses and equipment; $.".000; $2000
cash, remainder on terms.
132 Feet on Columbia street, New
Westminster; excellent view; double corner, with residence.
Two excellent lots; North Vancouver;
double corner; $100 cash, balance to
suit.
40 ft. Waterfront ; three minutes from
the bridge;  $50 per foot.
APPLY���
A.   G.   MARSHALL,
Real Estate Office. Phone F. 507
South Westminster.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       DAILY NEW
Only $3000 Cash required, balance very easy.
National Finance Company, Ltd.
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 515   -  Curtis Block   -   657 Columbia St.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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fees -rora   $2.25
W�� ��"ct;665.
|eW Westminster, U. t.      ���
I A. SPECK'S       |
specials :
Q1
���,     ard   Second Hand    Furni-
f^ Bought  and   Sold
Lnl, for   Bayn..'   Carr a8��
I ^ caplta    Milk   Separators
Second Hand    Bicycles    from
$10   to   $25.00
GENERAL   REPAIRING
It  Front Street
Phone 275 J
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured   by
.   "LEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   G.
|lil��phcne 13. Office. Eighth  St.
Ml ���
Pbone '>r~>-
I NEtfSOME S SONS
WINTERS,   PAPER HANGERS   AND
DECORATORS.
������A-.- between Second av-
:  i,.i streets.
NEW WESTMINSTER       - n ( '
Dfgby Electric Works
_%}**'.-:. .-���'   'y���'&&!&,&**���
Kit ..-., ���   ' "  _^*,,:**V-V._c
���Md v*s*w,
. felectrlc Llghl BurpaflBes the Coal Oil
|��mp and Gas.   Costs less and gives
��trouble.   See us about the lighting
pyour houi. or Btore.
The regul ir meeting of t
was  held in  the  Municlpa
Saturday al  2 p.m.
Present Reeve Byrne and Council-
tors stride, Coldicutt, MeKee and
Rumble,
A deputation trom residents and
tatepayers from Ward l waited on the
council with a petition Btrongly protesting against the proposed abolition
ol the pound law for that ward. W. J.
Allen, Mr. West, Mr. Fauvel and Mr,
Duthle Bpoke In favor of the pound
si ill being kept in force.
Communications were received and
dealt with as follows: Prom Central
Park Agricultural association, enclosing copy resolution passed In n fer-
ence to application of council foi permission to bore well tor water .Up.
ply. Referred to Councillor Stride,
Rumble ami the ret ve to have lease
prepared for approval.
i nan a. E. Smith requesting council to bave bulldln a n cently occupli ,i
by  Chinaman on  lirantford  road dli -
infi cted.    Referred to medical  In
offl er tn i ntiuire Into matter.
From J. Flnnei ty with reference to
Injury received w lille In the employ
ol lhe i ouncll. Refern d to Councillors Stride   . '. R imbb  and the n
From A. T. Ci perb y  position as n id tax i ollector, Hi olve I
thai Bami be i pted on i ec< Ipl
books beln    i. mdi d over.
From  Cl s   i :    N. w    Westmln I ,
Btatlng tl ..   i es  woul I pay ball cost
($87.60) i i  cul   and till  on
Eighth       eet,  n    i     Tenth  aven te
���  Reci Ivi d and fib l,
From Centi al Pai l< Progi ei ivi association requi construction of
Mill walk en i he Westminster road
from Central Pari, Btatlon to
a\. nue. Ri olvi d that path be i on
sl ructi d along north side of park.
The hoard of works repei ti ! as Col-
lows:
Resolved thai  the Victory road he
built   !:; chains  full width  from  the
I Pattet f on i oad east  and that thi   of-
fi i   of i lie Northi rn  Si cut Itb s, Ltd.,
to conti [but    ������>',. road
be accepti d.   Thai the pi iflle of cuts
, and nis on the \tun   uver i oad from
the Oulchon road I i Inman i * enue as
prepared bj the i nglneer be approved,
' Thai Mi. Warne be put on as fori man
i n   Bj; ne and   Powi r  House    roads.
That   Mr.  Kirkland   he    .ranted    one
h ��� exti nslon of time on bis i on-
trad and Messrs. Bell and Armstrong
i     I : anti 4 an  i xfenslon of time to
; April   30.    Thi '   Mes rs.   Myers  and
, Cn imi r bi 1 to complete tin ir
coutrai bj I e m sl me ting of tlie
council or same would be a i i lied
at ihe t nd of tl ��� presi nt month, 'i' al
pie, Ltd., b notified
tl : t tlie council are now openit . I
ns of Murchie road and thi lr request be refern d to Councillor S
That Mi ssrs. Robin and MacKenzie i e not! led that
the B d Is now ch in d and
.    tested to grade san e
i ��� .   ��� ���       made
IThat M;:-s Nlcb ills be | i rnted per-
, ion to cul down standing tn es
on boulevard of block 1, D.L, s:1,
(R ���. ! Oak road) and that the council burn the brush. That Messrs.
Brittle and Cotchlng ho granted permission to ereel 8 poles on the Ham-
road, i" Eei I from the lence line
|n ac, rdai . with instructions from
Co in '   Kee,    That   Mr.  McTav-
Ish be requested to make a deposit of
, .,, - ., ..   ion of Chesham
,   v.    to  Lot   15   Block   16, D.  L. 35,
same to be forfeited In 90 days from
tl,    completion   of  the  road    ui 1 ss
[bulldln ���. is erected. That Mr. Creamer
be notified of damage to Mr. Wright's
��� fence and requi st  to repair same In i
one week or council would ho   com-
��� pelled to do the work and charge
same up to him. That the ei
prepare specifics ions tor the extension of Brautford road to blocks 85
and $G, D. L. 92. Thai G. M. Buck-
Bpitt'o request tor the removal o
slump on   Fourth  avenue  be  rci< ned
Councillor Coldicutt to act    lluu
WEDDING RINGS FOR MEN.
Pittsburg, April is. -Mrs. Edward
Cavanaui li 11 Locus! i treet, old Alleghany, one rn the ellti of Greater
Plttsbui j.   todaj   Pinned   tlie
larrli d Mi d Wedding Ring association," the main object of which is
'" fori e marrli d men lo wear a plain
gold hand ring as a badge of their
ties of domestic life.
Eighteen of the most.
men of Pltssburg
Cavanaugb, and
EXPECTS NEW CITY
M REMOTE NORTH
BOYCOTTING THE  DAGOS.
W
prominent wo-
joined   with   Mrs.
 ���.., ���.. declare over their
own signature that the main object
of the .v. lety I to prevent flirtations heiv.e. ��� and married
men.
"Of course noi i ol us suspect our
husbands," said Mrs, Cavanaugh, "but
we all realize that If our husbands
had some mai If denoting them to be
married men. young girls would not
wish to flirt with them. While we
know of no n ��� .. hich we can
force our hush r ihe ring,
i aong the io - isbands of the
women  who of I he as
sociation then i    omi   who are
loyal.   Wi   ' loyal ones to
tell  on   the i houl I   they  sac
them wltho
"In   tlmi Lo n .he    this
lng-weai Ing n    i      an I    Institution,
and in tl e ot the
tei i Ible fllrtal break up so
many hon
C.P.R.   Importing English  and  French
Speaking   Freight   Handlers.
Fort   William,   April   Hi.���For   some
  time It has boon rumored that the t'.
, P.U. intended Importing a number of
I English  and  French  speaking freight
1'        U    rnr-   i     /��� \r handlers  and  to  dispense    with    the
beetn,   iniriy-live   icars Italians and Greeks, wbo caused them
��� _._ _ . so much trouble in years past.
R 1' Ort   Churchill   PlOlieer, |    Today 83 French-Canadians arrived
: and were at once taken to the Ancient
Reviews Experience. Marine hotel, which is fitted up as a
' ; hoarding bouse.    This makes a force
  ! of 2f>0 men of English and    French-
_ speaking. Tho Italians and Greeks ap-
virion ton, April 19.���W. Beech, wbo  parently recognize and accept tlie sit-
has  h.en  identified   with    the    Fort   u.lUon  a8 v0,.y fow  are appiylng for
Churchill country for many years, Is |employment. Many of the Italians are
in the city, waiting for navigation to  )e.lvin'g for conBtrucu0n work, especially    ln    British Columbia,    but   the
Greeks  prefer  to  work  around  town
and not many of them are going far
afield.
Somo  fifty  men  of  tho various  na
PAGE THREE.
VICTOR   A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon Building.
Phone
committi ������       i     Qcilloi    Stride and
Coldli utl
i   ��� itlon of i ldewalks
; coi        ted   Coi nclllor   Coldi
cutt ��� '��� ivard ol Fout th
ed  I om   Fourth   to
���
'i he i up plans were approved:
Lol    ::  ; ad   I,   Block   23,   D.L.  35;
I       5, 6, 7, an 1   . Block 13, D. L. 35;
i alt ol Block 5, D. L, 99;  Block
li. I). !.. 141; Lots 2 and 3, Block 4.
I). I, ! 0; Blocks 5 and 6, 1). L. 156;
Blocks 1 and 2. 13 and 14, I). L. 69;
. 1. south 1-2 D. L. 74; Hlock 6,
n. L, 98; Block 13, D. 1.. 93 referred
hack for lanes to lie given; Block 54,
11. L. 157, referred hacl; for lanes to
be given; Block 39, D. L, ir,:J,, referred back for lanes to he given and
McKay road to be widened; Block 10,
and part of Block 9, D. L. 88, referred
hack for roads to conform to adjoining
subdivision; Block 4, D. L. 93, referred hack for rearrangement of
roads; Bloi 1; 1, D. L. 30, referred back
for roads to conform to adjoining subdivision.
The   council   then   adjourned   untl1
Saturday, May 7, at  2 p.m.
wbo
Fort
_\
waiting for navigation to
op, a on Lake Winnipeg, so that fie
can cross to Warren's Landing wla re
Ub canoes avail to cany him througfi
,,,,. chain of the many lakes and inns rn the north  land.
Mr  Beech has been a traveler and  tionalltles have
explorer  ot  the   west  and the  nor"   freight handlers.
for the past  thirty-live years, and al-
.        . getting along In years, he is
,:,     hearty  and  hale and fond  of ad
T��l���� of the For. Churchill
, :��� sir. Beech said that he liked
th, ��� imate very much. Although he
,,. been a Bquatter tor several years,
ta a not attempted to grow any-
thl   l excepl  garden stuff   Vegetable
BUCh    as    potato, B,    radishes,   tui nip.,
,  t roU    and    Parsley   were
������     a with success.   The country wa
,     ,  ,��� ,al,y frosts, but last fan
the  p0tato   stalks   were  not  toucheu
i... fmsl till October.
'������;,   pee,!, thinks thai  the govern-
, ,,,.   townsite,  which   has  boon  su -
|  at   Fori  Churchill  on the east
of th. river, will become a mag-
.-.,h.,n, city in less than twenty years.
nlAt present ,hero are few settler, in
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 3550
api
lied for work    as
Vante
i ���
Cloverda
,tr^_
To go to work at once.    30 cents per
hour.    Apply immediately.
Hassam Paving Co,
Columbia St., City.
L.M. Carncross & Co
Real Estate
Insurance, Loans, Conveyancing
Notaries Public
Surrey Farm Lands a Specialty
Local Agents:
cloverdale  Improvement  Co,
Ltd., and P.J. Hart it Co., Ltd.
Cloverdale, B. C.     L, D. Phone.
the Fori Churchill district, and those
that are there get their living by
hunting and fishing. Mr. Beech ex-
l< ts, however, that with the opening
up of tho lands that settlers will seek
tho country in the near future.
Mr. Beech will return to the west in
the latter part of Juno, and will deliver lectures on the Fort Churchill
country.
It is our business to make gloves
i ts, waists and other garments,per
feet by our special dry cleaning pro
cess, lf you desire to be well dressed
for any function, patronize our cleaning department. Royal City Cleaners
nd Dyers.    Phone R. 278. **
WANTED
\  Modem Cottage
good -;- latlon.
We want
or
Bungalow
Must be new
and clean and In
A block of 10 lots in Sapperton.   Price $225 per lot.    One
third cash, balance 6 ancl 12
months.
on our list,
advantage.
MOVE HTUSFS
Let us have yours; it  will  probabl
be
on our list.   Call or write
price and terms.
We also wan! good
BUILDING LOTS
d tell us what you na\e.
PATTERSON CCJ-
$450 each,
purchaser.
to
IB   to
Hill
W Columbia St.
phone 304
Ready
\oney
*��� GOOD    FRIEND    ALWAYS
1' you deposit your money for
E;'f''ty lu The Bank of Toronto
11 Whi be safe while you leave
"��� and ready when you need it.
and it will be
AHTheTime
earning t(,r you three per cent.
Interest, Small or large sums
"��>>' be deposited at any time.
Ithe engineer bring In a report
the cost of the work on Snake
np  to  date.    That  specifications be
prepared tor mads in 1>. L, 121  and
that   tenders   bo   called   at   the   next
I meeting of the council.   That the engineer  have  Mr.  Coulter's  rock  measured  up and hauled on  to the Vancouver road at the price as arranged.
That the clearing of the boulevard on
the Jubilee road from track to Nelson
road be left In tlie hands of Councillor Rumble and tbe engineer to act.
'Thai   specifications  be  prepared  tor
it chains of Colborne road north from
ancouver road. That a committee
d Councillors Stride, Hill
si e Mr. Doran with
road.   That tenders
laid  over
80   BRANCHES
,n   Ontario,   Quebec   and   tbe
West.
CAPITAL
REST
..   . .$4,000,000
 4,750,000
Ibe V^^
consisting
'and the engineer
rnference to this
Sr Capitol Hill streethe
tor two weeks,   i ��� (h0 cUy
jon  the Douglas toad nea ^
Limits be done h>  u..> ted:
ke toU��Wn.S���  Thai's     Snake    HU11
Twenty-two    cjaln ��� $9 per
I (North road) to v. ����� ,    t0
Lchaln;  5 chains   Hai��ora
dower &   Roberts irt*i< whit.
13   chains   Victory    Ol 1   to <)f
8OTb! at.,liff SsecdonB)    to J.
Armstrong    oad    12 se Mln.
Campagne at U< '"'" * , t0 Messrs.
20 chains *';":',i,.,;U,e. chain: 2
Balnes & **���S*Jhto 3. Cam-
^'-'-'^rScha^D chains of
pagne at *������' ,  in.
PCders�� wVe Sei for the follow-
ing,:    ii,���. 10 chains of Gilmour ave-
0raSlS  30 chains  of  Prtncess
,P I ad?ng  5  chains Of    U��
>t;   grading 8 chains of Brant-
^trading 22 chains ol  road
17 large lots situated in the choicest part of Surrey, South Westminster-The ideal suburban homesite.
Price $150 per lot. Must be sold
en block; adjoining property is
selling at $250 per lot.
mey Maker
The  Above is a
SCOTT ROAD
... The Gateway of the Delta"
1G0 acres in section 25.
165 acres in section 18.
BankofToronto
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
J. Gracey, Mgr.
nue
Btre
avenue;
ford road
D.L
S;   grading
Water   supply
for
?3fi TSSA�� road.
' Specificationsi of Wato. and
R'"';ond3w; f SJtobePlPn April Sl.
we    coldicutt asked tor WH
near  Sixth  street
tenders
Councillor
sSmZEjr** ���"-'"��� ""\
Mt WMt""'"'!' JJjTSm 8W�� ">:
s""""f 3S& ����� ������ relerredlo
Second  stiee.s
An the above are on the Scott Road and the
pnc^^om^lOto^Operac^.
See us for full particulars.
We Are SureSeljers:
Ijut With U��. 	
E. J. FADER
A block of 18 full sized lots in
Burnaby,   beautiful  view.
Terms to suit the
Sold singly or en
block
We have Buyers for Houses in all
parts cf the city.   Owners apply to
rifeh Canadian Securities
Company, Limited.
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:    The Dominion Trust
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TO MAKE MONEY    *
10 room house on Ash Street;
modern; will rent for $22.50 per
month.   Cash $1200, balance easy.
155 acres in section 18.
120 acres in section 12.
Cleared lot on 8th street, near
5th avenue. Cash $700, balance 6
and 12 months.
Opposite Queens Avenue Methodist Church, 103 x 132 feet. $3000
cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
This is the best buy in the city
today. .''.'..
Symmes & Crandell
Dean Block, C ilumb.a St. 3 Doors From Bank of Montreri
1 '���
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WEDNESDAY, APRlL
20,
The Daily News FREE IMPORT MEETS     ,,
WITH OPPOSITION!!
Published by Tlie Dally .News Publisn-
Ing Company, Limited, at their offices,
-Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
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WEDNESDAY,
APRIL
20,
1910.
Lees Limited
~<
PUBLICITY   WORK.
Agricultural Societies do not
Agree on Question of Free
Import of Wheat.
The meeting of the City Council
on Monday evening appears to have
oee.iL , egnant. with hnsiness of inter-1
-est and Importance. Not only so, but -
.finite a go-ahead spirit seems to have
prevailed. As a result one of two
-really useful results were attained.
We are delighted to see that the
^council has recognized the need for
-.action in regard to the publicity work
tfor the city, to which we have more
Shan once called attention, and has
-decided to appoint a commissioner.
We hope a really good man will be
secured for this position. Ile should
Ik; one well endowed Intellectually,
socially and by business training; in
fact, a thoroughly all-round man. one
who can he relied upon to take prompt
aadvantage of any favorable circumstance or to overcome any unfavorable occurrence and convert It to the
advantage of this city.
Bnt we consider it would be advantageous to create a special committee or board to conduct this work
,-uid direct the chief operations of
the ro-nmissioner. Such a committee might comprise six members, two
toeing appointed by the council, two
^>y the P.oard of Trade and two from
outside either of these bodies, the
���whole to be appointed annually. Something of this kind is done, we believe.
fn the twin cities of Edmonton and
Strathcona and those of Fort William
-and Port Arthur, and in both places
the arrangement works very satisfactorily.
Certain it is that the promotion of
the industrial and commercial interests of New Westminster requires
to be undertaken in a broad, catholic
spirit, and this would be attained far
better by a committee or hoard made
specially ifssponslble for the work
than can be clone by the publicity
department of the Board of Trade
alone. Without wishing to in any
���way disparage the latter, we may say
that we do not regard it as sufficiently
approaching the character which we
have attempted  to  define.
London, April 19.���Agricultural societies of Great Britain are likely to
protest against Mr. Balfour's proposal
to admit, colonial wheat free.
G. N. Broomhall, a well known corn
trade statistician, expresses the opinion that one effect of the exemption
would be to disappoint British agriculturists and offend Americans. Another effect would be the production
of inferior grain. Irish millers are
unable to make as good flour out of
colonial as out of a combination of
colonial and foreign wheat.
OPERA  HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
April .10���St.  Elmo.
May 12���Gingerbread Man.
June 2���Dorothy Morton.
June 24���The White Squaw.
NOTICE
Lord of the Isles Camp No. 191, Sons
of Scotlan'd:
All members of the camp and their
friends are invited to attend a social
gathering   in    Vancouver   on   Friday
| evening, April 22nd.    Ladies are specially invited.   A special car will leave
tlie tram office at 7:45 p. m.
"GET THE   HABIT"
CLEANLINESS AND  GOOD  ORDER.
It is satisfactory to know that the
council Is taking steps to provide
regulations for the use and control
of the new sidewalks on Columbia
street and. we presume, on all thoroughfares which are now or may be
devoted to business purposes. Alderman Gray's proposals are not yet in
form, but we hope provision will be
made to prevent the abuse of the
streets and sidewalks by merchants
���and others. A bylaw should he
framed defining the character, size
and height of awnings, trade signs,
and so forth; forbidding the delivery
of freight between the hours of nine
~nd five In the daytime, or the deposit of empty crates and other rubbish on the sidewalk or street. Something should also be clone to prevent
the congregation of litter on the
street. As we have before suggested.
the provision of wire baskets, affixed
to the electric lamp posts, in which
paper, orange peel and the like can
be placed, would be an inexpensive
���way of securing the cleanliness and
Tieatnrss of our main street.
SPECIAL
DINNER
SETS
This is the last day of the special
price on Dinner Sets. An $18.50 for
only $14.00. You will have to hurry
to get one.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
Wc buy for cash and seil for the Same,
Is made comfortable and pleasant
in one of our New Roomy
Quick Folding Go-Carts
The finest looking and easiest Go-
Carts made. Our new assortments
include every kind from a $5
quality to the fine Pullmans and
English Cabs	
"We Furnish Your Home Complete"
Lees Limited
I
Phone 73
Successors   to   Lee's   Furniture   Emporium.
716-718 Columbia st. New   Westminster
For $11,000
STILL   WITH   US.
That the council is showing a determination to deal effectually with
the dog nuisance will gladden the
tiearts of all citizens. Despite the regulations supposed to be In force there
arc yet Quite a number of wandering
���canines frequenting the streets and
squares, These animals arc a great
bother and an unmitigated nuisance,
and now that the hot weather is approaching may present a source of
danger to pedestrians and residents.
The only way to rid us of this nuisance is for the council to show a
thoroughly determined spirit and destroy every vagrant dog in the place.
The rigid enforcement of the dog regu-
Sations baa produced an excellent effect in Vancouver, and we hope the
<day is not far distant when New
'Westminster will be rid of the plague
���of dogs to which It has been subjected
.for so long past.
New Imperial Bank Stock.
Toronto, April 19.���The Imperial
Jbank directors today decided to issue
91,000,000 new stock to present shareholders in ratio of one share of new
Jro five shares of old stock. The issue
jprtee Is lo be ?200.
Seven Lots on 12th St.
facing the Carline, close
to Third Ave. and the B.
C.E.R. Shops. One Third
Cash, balance six, twelve
and eighteen months. . .
This is a BUY
W. J. KERR
Columbia Street.
Phone 170
Alerts Practice Tonight.
The playing members of the Alerts
NnM&aU  rlub   are   expected  to   turn
>*uiL tOr practice  this  evening.
I
$
THE
T. H. Smith Co.
LIMITED
Wash Waisls for
59 ct.<
is
In While Cambric with neat
black spot;   full range of sizi s,
but only  In  the one design.
A   Snap,  50c
Exceptional Values
in Tweed Coats
l"i only, 3-1 and 7-S length
Ladies' Coats in light (weeds.
fawn and grey���suitahle for
these cool evenings. The regular values of these coats range
from $15.00 to $27.50. Almost
all sizes represented here.
Special  Price $5.00.
Moirette Underskirts $1.25
In green, navy, brown, rose,
grey and all the much wanted
colorings. This lot Is really exceptional value, all fresh and
clean, and smart in makeup.
Extra Special $1.25.
Pongee Silk at
35 cts
Yen will have to hurry or
this lot will be gone. Vou cannot get wrong with it at this
figure. Natural colors only: lv>
inches wide.
35c   Yard
Mercerised Mull
25 cts
46 Inches wide, In a ohoice
collection of dainty shadings,
including pink, pale blue, pale
green, helio, white and creams.
Very silky appearance.
25c  Yard
10c and 15c
Trimmings ]c|
per Yard
ti pieces or Black Jet Ti
ming; all different patten, ta
be cleared. Regular h. J
15c values for
1c   Per   Yard
Feather Boas ai
$1.50
10 only, balance of a j
purchase of travellers' BamplesJ
greys, while and brown only;!
slightly soiled.   Values as hlghl
as   $7.50.
Clearing at $1.50
New Vestings
30c Yard    I
A choice selection of Fancy
White Yestin. s just arrived.
New stripes, in various effects,
and a number of daity small designs. Soft finish, a splendid
fabric for both waists and
dresses. See them.
30c Yard
BREAKFAST AT THE " ROYAL
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Black Dress
Fabrics
The widest range of Black!
Goods ever carried In Ne*
Westminster. Come and see
the latest novelties, such as
Argo Cord, Tussab Mohair,
Marietta, Kharanta Cloth, etc.
We will be pleased to show
them  to you.    All prices from
50c to $2.00 per Yard
Ever wake up in the morning with that "no appetite" feeling.
That's the very time you need a well-cooked meal���something that
will tickle the palate and create an appetite. For unless you do
eat a good breakfast you can't expect to do a good day's work
Come to the "Royal"���the season's best edibles are on the menu.
Fruit, Cerals, Flsh, Fowl, Eggs, Meat ��� deliciously cooked and
daintily  served. We move upstairs this week,
THE_ROYAL CAFE
Seabold & Jones, Props. Dominion  Trust Block-
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WESTMINSTER CHIME, MUSICAL, MARBLE, POLISHED WOOD,
GILT, SILVER, CHINA, ALARM, CABINET, CUCKOO AND HALL   9
CLOCKS *���
Chamberlin's
THE
JEWELER
I Official  C.  P.  R. Time  Inspector.
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Ryall's FACE CREAM
PRICE 25 Cents
I Ryall's Drug Store \
1 EYES TESTED FREE BY OPTICIAN .
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE mVH.
iSftfttl? FINDS
11 Ii IN VANCOUVER
iurdi5ts Only Secure  One
That Was Enough
pug
I.    ,-���,,  has  gone  to
,PC<!   'rerininal  City   cue
S*   le' yesterday evening,
*   < ",    v failed to make as
V>S��1''.;. on the three  pre-
,#*lDg���"    the Westminster
S >^J^  the   neces-
*jS to assure them pos-
S>' "''Sm'ed  -h.ee   out   of
Vr Scott   being   the
jtforles,   l tlu,   results,
*  -���   ,hffeStwo games ��wing to
?aSen7e Kugh Illness:
English Scotch Soccer.
The most Important soccer match
of the season will take place at Recreation park on Saturday hetween the
picked elevens of Scotchmen and Eiir-
lish. The En. lish team will he as
follows: Goal, Hartley (Westminster); backs, \V. Thorpe (Celtic), G.
Herring (Hibernians)', half hacks, \V.
Davies (Shamrocks), P. Graham
(Shamrocks). \V. Teed (Thistles);
forwards, Thompson Clarke (Shamrocks), .1. Shawcross! Westminster),
P. Hooper (Shamrocks), P. Cook
(Shamrocks), ll. Provins (Thistles);
reserves, Kirby (Westminster), Douglas   (Shamrocks).
Bicycle Racing Season Opens.
Revere, Mass., April 19.���Tlie country at large was well represented
among the winners at the opening
of the bicycle racing season at Hie
Revere track this afternoon. The
ten-mile motor paced race was won
hy George Wiley, of Syracuse.
Loose Tea Loses Flavour
It not only loses flavour, but worse than this, loose
tea takes on new odors, such as coal oil, molasses,
onions, coffee, soap, etc.,���to say nothing of
its exposure to the sun, dust, dirt and
air.   Therefore for your protection
lt
lilTr fi   in rTiiTii'UTTrfT"-���" ' " ���~ ���-- ���
sold only in sealed lead packets-never in bulk.
 Black, Mixed and Natural Green, 40c, 50c, 60c and 70c per lb.
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Cheap Houses
ON EASY TERMS
1.���fi room cottage on Alice street,
veniences   	
All modern con-
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$1500 |
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10.���G room house in West  End.     Modern.    Conveniences
fruit trees.    50-foot  lane in the rear. %2M) cash
balance  $15  per  month     *P
13.���Small house on Durham street;    $150    cash,    balance
month.   Hot and cold water, electric light
bath, etc	
17.���8 room house on ear line;  modern conveniences;      CJQCf^ft
lot 119x132; in fruit.    (Central)        ��poOUU
Lot   in    ���
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tWVl'ot   38,   and
W�� ���'"���,  .,������    Talks,   liJ-
P011," Lee, L60.
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mite a
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.   Were   witnessed   DJ  hlm here
(i, bllUard enthusiasts, j
CENTRAL Ta^S^CLUB
Weston Plugs Through Snow.
Batavla, N. Y., April 19.-��Edward
Payson Weston arrived here at seven
p m. The entire rout'' from Buffalo
was in the face of a driving cold rain,
turning at time to snow. Weston was
very Hied but he insisteil upon carrying   out   the   program   arranged   for
MCf!
Rain Interferes.
New   York,   April   19.���Rain   again '
prevented  the baseball  games today
in   three   of  the   four   (-astern   cities
where big league contests were scheduled.
British Columbia Electric Railway
During The Horse Show
in Vancouver, the British Columbia Electric Railway have arranged for a Special Late Car to
leave Vancouver at Midnight. The Return Fare
will be 50c.
Price   only   ���
Elected    at    Meeting    Last
"' uf Many Good Players.
Night-Many f   tha
T!"'-"UZ:1""1 ���      was   held   In
**�� ha    yesterday   evening,
rS?    following    offlcers    were      t.;vK1Pnn.v   ,,,���������    -,   -
*" '"'linn v president. T. Oil- perience last year was not conducive
)^J; "0Da President, C. Arm- the deveiopment of thc national
wi Mi: nte'sldent, A. B. Watson; in lhis city.   This Is an un o,
ions; vlceprf.l" w   S. Lane;  ex-|flinntp   but   not   an    insurmountable
rretary
Wanted���A Moses.
Evidently  Regina's  Minto  cup n-
tDonald were api Lacrosse
tie westminstei    Jmuoi
I ^'uniform* worn by the Central.
U be blue with m ft^Jft
[fitbthe letters   C. L. U
|tte ie:?ry- nlarers   who
Moded  among   to   plijjw   ^
gte expected to turn ow.
|��b are K. Gunn. E. Bent, F. we*
lr Sail. A. Knutsen. B. Gunn. i ���
lier, James ***>%��*$,
m C. Armstrong, A. waiBon, w
itagns V. Dawe, F. Bnnis, M. Dolan
Renceskl, 3. Mortlson and M
1 Mortinson.
TUESDAY'S BASEBALL.
difficulty towards re-establishing lacrosse on a firm footing. The material is here for a first class twelve,
one strictly Regina, so let us hope
I for a Moses to lead us out of the
| wilderness occasioned  by  that    New
Westminster trip.
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President Sol. Solman, of the National Lacrosse Union, Is putting up
. new trophy which ls designated as
representing the championship of the
world.    That,  is  the unusual  eastern
It is our business to make gloves,
vests, waists and other garments perfect by our special dry cleaning process. If you desire to be well dressed
for any function, patronize our cleaning department. Royal City Cleaners
and Dyers.   Phone R. 278. **
^^^_     LAND ACTS.
New Westmister Land District.
District  of  New  Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLen-
23.���7 room house, between Queen's avenue and Third avenue. All
modern conveniences. Corner lot In lawn. Price $2,300;
$600 cash, balance monthly
27.���N'ew modern house on Fifth avenue. 7 rooms. Price only
$3,150;   1-11 cash, balance 1 and 2 years.
Bl.���7 room cottage on Third avenue. All modern conveniences.
Hot water heat. Corner lot. Price $4,000; 14 cash, balance
easy terms.
52.���8 room house on Third street, between Third and Queen's avenues;   $3,800;   easy  terms.
WHITE, SHILES & CO. I
628 and 746 Columbia Street. :
NEW   WESTMINSTER
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British Columbia Electric Railway   11 Ph0ne m.' new westminsti  #
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at    IS    tlie   UUUbutu    eanwii, "\ ~Z. ���       n*.1*t*.v.    nA1,imKlo
,   . ,    ., ,  ,        .... i     nan. of Vancouver, British Columbia
view, hut in the opinion of the fair- lm"'   ���.,   '      ���,     '.���,.   i_,���n,ia tr, nn
,  j j , .I      .,        ... .    occupation contractor, intends to ap
minded   sporting   public    the    Minto i V    "      _.���i���o�����n   , "--
cup. now held hy  New Westminster,'"'
will continue to represent the highest
honors   in   the   lacrosse   world.���Regina Leader.
Inew
LAND
American.
(morning)
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;    les���Johnston     and     Street.
_     ���.i and Carrlgan.   Umpires���
fe-. v and Dlneen
V, to go���
Chkitii	
Clevdai   e     ��
Battfriff-Smith and Payne; Berger
tMSmt Umpires���Olioughlin and
Perr!:.
LAGOS IS WINNER   OF
GREAT METROPOLITAN STAKES
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
District  of  New   Westminster.
Take notice that the Pitt River Lumber Company, Limited,   a   body   corporate, having its head ofiice at the
City of New Westminster, intends to
apply for permission to lease the following described lands'.���        ^^^^^
Commencinfl at  a post planted on
,IV ^"permission  to purchase the
following described lands; at
Commencing at a posi I
the southeast point o   the is unci
ate about four (4)  chains from   Tm
-P limit No. 38733 thence jorthjg
DI8. and westerly and soutteri^^ and
'^���la^of^oS^ement, containing
f0Ur  ^S   MCLENNAN,
j, F. BAGGS, Agent.
March 17, 1910
With hall the labor, and at
half the cost of other soap,
Sunlight does the whole
washing In half the time,
yet   without  injuring  the
most delicate fabric.
Use it the Sunlight way.
Follow the directions.
What's the Use
What's the use of having a nice
garden, and the hens scratching
it all up?
What's the use of having hens
If you don't keep them home.
Try   us   for   wire  netting   and
fencing.
J      r
J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
The Timberland Lumber Company,  Ltd.
��� ���-��� ~~i inc-DC    nr
.   S,,n,>P^_  lowing described lands: ���
. mpiies Commencinfl at  a post planted oni
tlie   westerly  shore   of   Pitt   river   at C_i*i  Art    k t\t\rT*V<*\      A
'!-   *��� B;   its   intersection   with   the   northerly\jijj_i Ufl APPrOYOl J\\
*     J.'     l  side of the Canadian Pacific Railway 9            rr f ) i
n           company's   right-of-way,   thence   fol- To RBSPONSIBWJ PeovlS   * IKjj
'    H" ��������� r i���i��� tho weaterly shore of Pitt riv- v                   .-a     -a. f"^" I
MANUFACTURERS   OF
London, April 10.���Lagos, 100 to 7.
*0H the Great Metropolitan Btakefl
today. Charlton, LOO to r,, was second, and Relish, 20 to 1. third. The
also-rans: Submit, Father  Blind. OU-
����r II, Admiral Togo III.. Bridge of   	
Erin, Gllly Collum, Laughing Mirror, }thpncP
iy S      1 Ifiin-,.,   ,.
lowing the westerly shore of Pitt river in a northeasterly direction seven .
thousand eight hundred (7,800) feet,
more or less, to a witness post planted on said shore to locate tlie most
northerly corner of the Pin River
Lumber Company,  Limited, booming
site; thence at righl angles to said
j shore a distance of about three hun-
idred and fifty (350) feet to the said
i northerly corner of booming site, said
I point   being  two   hundred   (200)   feet
from low water mark of said shore
Altitude, St
Detect
Mayhn, Islington, Green
Hon, Storm finch, Black Sea, Creator, Orchestrelle, Enthusiastic  Lad
Bachelor's Chance, Jack's Green.
U&re;i7 and two hun-
dred   1200)   feet   from  said low  water
mark  seven   thousand  eight  hundred
and thirty  I7.SS0I  feet, more or less.
to  the  southwesterly   corner of  said
booming   site:   thence   northwesterly
to point of commencement-,  and con-
'''fai. italnlng sixty i00) acres, more or less
of the New West- , THE   PITT   RIVER   LUMBER  COM-
"" PANY, LIMITED.
T. W. Gray, Agent.
Dated   at   the   City   of  New  West
LaugKlin ISk
FOUNTAIN PEN |jj��
and (|6KS
RED GEM ����p
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Your Choice of
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Ask Us for Prices
New  Westminster,  B. C.
Office, Room 8, Thompson Blk. ^ ^ g53
Just a  Pipe
.   Secretary Hyall. ^^^^^^^^^
1 blaster lacrosse club,  says that he
WOWS nothing of the efforts reported
to have been made to add Harry Mur-
tnn, "�� "--  "��� ���
Business
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REGULAR SAILINGS
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18th day of Feb-
SURREY
iSSSBI
[ as preferred.
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u |1.10 to�� "���
Cm**a*n**a**'**__i*\
t*a.Ia\J\mlXJAa.A.m.    ���	
Leave New Westminster Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leave Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday atod Sunday at 7 a. m.
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ACCOMODATIONS
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
New WESTMINSTER
NEW
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IU Will Buy Section 13, Block^ _
K 5, Range 1 W, in Surrey.J J
](jj  About 157 Acres.   .    ���    ���   ""
EXCLUSIVE SALE
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.���,. I   Writs for <<���.'}"-,. ,���.,
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�� Laughlin Mfg. Co.
Nu.eitio Ulflir.       >
Ottrolt.
BRENING & CO.
Merchant, Bank Bldg-   New Westminster
SURREY
The Very Best Flour Made
Every Sack Guaranteed
$1.85 Per Sack	
3 lbs Creamery
Butter $1.00
3 lbs People's
Blend Ceylon
Tea $1.00
C.A.
Welsh
The People's Grocer
PHONE 193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits |
ff ORKMBN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
Wm V'EKYTHING to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
EIlSuNS other  than  employees  accidentally injured    about    the
premises Invariably sue for damages.
EGARDLBSS ot their own responsibility  for the  accident, or the
existence of negligence on the part of others.
I N the slightest pretext employees may sue you, even for accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
1 HE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of
the accident by which he was Injured.
T MPLOYERS and business men can 111 afford to assume the risk
���       of this ever-Increasing and uncertain liability.
* REDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business flrmB
9i       is sometimes' seriously impaired by auch damage suits.
T O go to law means lass of time, money, endless annoyance and
'        worry.
rOUIt profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are insured.
^ NLY insurance against such risks wlll enable you to fix and reduce
"        your expenses to a minimum.
NDER the protection of a Liability Policy In the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and
be  relieved  from all such annoyances ..
U	
be  relieved  iroui  an  ou~..	
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
"Tha Insurance Wan"    657 Columbia
Phone 62.
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Fine Corner Lot near ear terminus.   Price  .600;   $100 cash, balance quarterly over two years.
Six choice building lots close to Columbia street; $550; 1-3 cash,
a   balance <i, 12 and 18 months.
��� Two lots, 66x132, close to Columbia  street;   price   $625  each;   1-2
��� cash, balance 6, 1- and 18 months.
��� One lot, all cleared and fenced;  price $525;   1-3 cash, balance to
��� arrange.
! P. L. Secord & Co.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westmin��ter Branch.
Week Day Scheoule.
SAPPERTON
Phone  699
_    450 Columbia St.
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AT THE HOTELS
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and S:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
uniil 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50. 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 *>.m.
The  following  committee  accounts
were passed for payment at the coun- '
cil meeting on .Monday evening:
Police.
Central Livery & Feed Stables. $ 1.00
Joseph Mayers      7.50 j
T   .1. Trapp <t Co., Ltd     1.17
II    Morey & Co     1-25
i Vanstone 11. & 1'. Co     3.95
I J.  L.   Mclnnes     17,20
i Drs. Jones & McQuarrie     5.00
The Daily News Pub. Co., Ltd...    1.00
Russell.
J.  M. Gilllvray ancl wife, Ashcroft.
J. A. Smith, Toronto.
James Smith, Nanaimo.
p, \V. Summer, Everett.
R. S. Raphael, Barnet.
D. Young, Barnet.
II.  Whitaker,  Barnet.
YV.  .1. Gaskell,  Vancouver.
A Blair, Vancouver.
lomftthing Unique is
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
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THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.   MADE OHLY BT
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver tor New Westminster at 8:00 and '9:00 a.m., an:
every   half   hour    thereafter   until
11:30 p.m.
CCf-i leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 3:00 a.m., and every hail
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. La-;
car 11:00 p.m.
I D. J.  McQuarrie,  Local  Manager,  New
Westminster.
Total   	
Health.
Jackson Printing Co.  ..
T   J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
$3S,07
$25.75
Total       $26.00
Parks.
B   C. Telephone Co., Ltd
Gilley Bros., Ltd	
II.  T.  Kirk
3.35 I
13.00
6.30
Windsor.
Mrs. S. Miller, CoqulUam.
J. O.  Man/or, StlvenUile.
J. Leckie, Coquitlam.
A. K. Jones. Belllngham.
M. Lambert, Harrison Hot Springs.
J. W. Wilson, Langley.
A. O. Mitchell, Pitt Lake.
II. J. White, Vancouver.
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P. Burns & Co., Ltd     10.00
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co.
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ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS
Great   Northern   Railway,
.ni.
Lv.   N.  W.   11  a.m.;   ar.   Seattle 3:5^
.tn.
Lv. N. W. 4:32 p.m.;  ar. Seattle 9:4'
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
.m.
Lv. Seattle S:05 a.m.; ar. N. W. 2:55
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.;  ar. N. W. 9:3"
j) m.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.;  ar. N.W. C:20
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:25
p.m.
Total   	
Fire.
Campbell  & Coburn   	
-   eph   Mayers   	
B. C. Telephone Co., Ltd	
George Cunningham &. Son ...
Hlchard   Benson   	
Anderson & Lusby 	
McQuarrie  &   Co	
i eai son   Electric  Co	
H. T.   Kirk   	
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd	
T. A.  Muir & Co	
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co.
Wi sl minster  Press   	
Vanstone II. fl- P, Co	
Vancouver Rubber Co., Ltd.  ..
T.   S.   Annandale   	
I..   Williams   	
George R. Speck  	
Bridge.
P. C. Telephone Co., Ltd $   4.7
   Cunningham Hardware Co  4.S
.IMO  Royal  City Planing Mills   .... 3.1
|H. t. Kirk    l.{
Schaake Machine Works, Ltd . C50.S
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd  6.4
W.   A.   Gilley     68.1
Jaines &  MeCliighan     12H.I
W.   B.  Fales     10.t
J. H. TODD'
Music Store
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Wanted
Men to take   i
'tumble    and    get!
�����; next to the price
if Furniture at
G. N. R.���Port Guiction.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., returns at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives In city Friday S:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives In city
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Guichon at 1 p.m. ou
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon G p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Gulchon 6 a.m. each ween
day;   arrives   S:,rr)  a.m.
Leaves N. W. 3:50 p.m. dally except Sunday; ar. Gulchon a: 7 p.m.
.v. N.W.  8:50 a.m.;   ar.  Seattle 3:35
Total   	
Finance.
Dally News Pub. Co., Ltd.  .
j Joseph   Mayers   	
B  c. Telephone Co., Ltd. ,.
Royal Columbian Hospital  .
Postmaster, Xew Westmlnst
. li. T. Kirk  	
C P. K. Telegraph Co	
National Finance Co	
T. J. Trapp & Co.. Ltd	
T.  A.  Muir &  Co	
G. X. W. Telegraph Co. ...
J. S. Smith 	
Todhunter _- Burr	
Archibald    llros	
B.   C.   Gazelle    	
Pearson  Electric Co	
The Columbian Co., Ltd.   ..
Mrs.  Forrester  (Treas. Hen.
ciety)    	
So-
!    1.50
30.50
G.OO
5.00
0.75
6.62
112.39
3.35
5.15
4.84
1.30
IS.85
8.00
.00
.     3(1.00
1.90
2.50
.25
$251,59
..   30.00
.    45.00
.    49.00
.     75.00
5.00
.      4.25
.    11.29
7.50
0.25
1.00
.55
0.00
.     12.30
8.28
.     20.on
4.80
.    43.45
125.00
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Total       ..877.31
Light.
J.   F.   Neilson    $
66 or,
Schaake Machine Works	
.00
C   C   Dunn   	
204.35
Gilley Bros., Ltd	
59.58
B. C. Telephone Co., Ltd	
0.00
Cunningham   Hardware Co.   ..
20.00
George Cunningham &��� Son ..
3.50
Westminster Iron Work's  ....
4.38
Royal City Transfer Co	
2.00
Royal City Planing Mills 	
5.75
Anderson & Lusby  	
4.00
Wilber   Smith   	
2.25
T. .1. Trapp & Co., Ltd  	
11.32
Dunlop Tire &  Rubber Goods
Co	
8 75
D. M. Pound  	
4.50
Vanstone II. & P. Co	
1.25
W.  R  Pales   	
1.50
Canadian General Electric Co.
470.63
B. C. Flee. Railway Co., Ltd...
1587.02
Total       $2103.94
Mail Service
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SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOMfc.
bILAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lauds with
In the railway belt hi British (Joium
bia, may be homesteaded by auy per
son wno is the sole bead ot a family
or any male over IS years ot age, to
<2ltj extent of one-quarter section ol
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be inaue personally at
tbe local land ollice for the district
tn which the land is situate. Entry
Liy pioxy may, however, be made on
Certain couditious oy the lather,
mother, son. daughter, brother or sister of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions- connected therewith under one ot tue following
plans:
(1) At least six months' re.-.lilencf-
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, if tne
father Is decased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity oi
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing with the latber
or mother.
(8) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon fanning land own-ed
by him in the vicinity of bis bonie
stead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residtmce upon
| the said land.
I Six months' notice in writing should
I be given to the commissioner of Do-
.minion lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
1 Coal.���(jloal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-on*
years at an annual rental nf ,. l p��i
acre. Not more than 2.V.0 aCrei
Fliall be leaflej to one individual or
fompnnv. A royalty at the rare oi
five cents per ton shall he collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
AV. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
N.B.���Unauthorized publication o'
Ibis advertisement wlll    uot bs pain
Total    	
$466.17
Market.
B. C. Telephone Co., Ltd	
... 8.49
Anderson   ,K-   Lnsbv   	
Total    	
$13 77
Library.
Gilley   Pros.,  Ltd	
.�� 22.50
Westminster  Press   	
Total   	
. 135.45
$157.95
Board of Works.
Anderson   &   Lusby   	
$    18.00
B.   ('.   Telephone   Co	
.      5.80
Todhunter  fi  Burr   	
13.95
26.70
E.   R.   Walls   &   Co	
101.00
The Clarke Stuart Co., Ltd.  .
0.00
George  R.  Speck   	
1.35
H. Stewardson  	
1.75
Cunninghan  Hardware Co. .
17.95
Gilley    Bros.,   Ltd	
228 T.98
C Gardiner Johnson & Co.
563.78
Sch&ake Machine Works, Lid
1.10
C. C. Dunn 	
77 60
Pro.v. Gov. Roller Inspector .
10.00
Joseph   Mayers    	
30.00
Royal City Planing Mills	
232.10
George Cunningham & Son ..
.     8U.75
1 Westminster Iron Works  ...
.    16.85
Royal City Construction Co.
.    25.00
Thomas Ovens  	
OE
IL   T.   Kirk   	
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co
.,   141.30
T.   A.   Muir   fi   Co	
3 r,.
T. J. Trapp fi Co.. Ltd	
112.18
George Ronnie  	
50
$3779.14
Water.
Central Livery & Fend Stable
$    10.00
Campbell  fi Coburn  	
2.25
���I.  P.   Neilson   	
.   -n.2"
Fashion Livery fi Peed Stab!
i       7.60
I,   Willi,iirs   	
R a"
Schaake Machine Works. Ltd
,1. i.,
| B. C. Telephone Co., Ltd. ...
8.00
[Gilley Bros., Ltd	
.60
[Cunningham  Hardware Co,   .
.  136.60
Following are the hours or despatch
nd arrival of mails at the Xew West-
niiister post office, tlie nour given in
each case  being the nour of closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, before  the actual  despatch.    All  mails,
lnless otherwise stated, are despatch-
d and received daily except Sunday,
'i'lip  only   mails  dispatched   and   received Sunday are the G. N. R. South
and C. P. R. vast mails, not Including
he   way   malls.    Sapperton,     Kraser
Mills and Coquitlam.
��K3 ;��� *.,
sfcer rrontage
2146 feet of deep water frontage on main channel
of Fraser River, close to Lulu Island bridge. Price
$200,00Q��� ��40,000 Cash, balance one
and two years.
Breninn & Co.
George Ciinnlimliam fi Son ....
Richard  Benson  	
Anderson  ic  Lusby   	
Royal  City  Transfer Co	
Thomas   Ovens   	
McQuarrie fi Co	
Crnl.   & Rlddell  	
Wilber   Smith   	
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co.,
Dominion Wood Pipe Co	
Westminster Press  	
T. J. Trapp fi Co., Ltd	
Neptune Meter Company	
Pacific Shingle Co., Ltd	
The Clarke & Stunrt'Co., Ltd.
George R. Speck  	
75.40
4.10
.50
1.00
2 50
18.20
12.70
22.70
32.00
140.44
140.00
8.00'
1-1.00
Merchants Bank Bldg:.
New Westminster, B. C.
Total         $0i)0.59
.    Finance   for   Schools.
Joseph   Mayor.     $15.50
Hoard of Health      3.50
J.   J.   Dngnn      15.00
B. C. Telephone Co., Ltd     3.00
I H.   Morey   fl   Co  28.03
II.   T.    Kirk         3.85
; Jonoph   Crane     21.00
| R   C.  Transfer Co     0.00
Daniels   tc   Loat     38.00
Todhunter   K-.   Purr     31.05
Small &. Buckltn Lumber Co, ...  15.00
Vanptono  IT.  & P. Co     3.no
W.  J.   Coates      22.50
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co...   2.50
Anderson   tl   Lusby        5.20
Pearson  Fleclric Co  25.05
Gilley   Bros.   Ltd 05 25
Thomson's   Stationery  Co 10 80
R.   Lennle         5.75
T. A. Muir & Co 00
O.   A.  Ehert     75.00
Albert   Toppings     15.50
Total      $452.48
Mails Despatched.
6:00 a.m. (closed ac eleven O'CIOCK
the previous night) ��� Vancouver via
G. X. R. Owl.
i> a.m.���Vaucouver and Victoria via
i. C. Llectrlc railway.
First C. P. R. east taking all points
ast Including Langley and district.
Tbo mail for Abbotsiord aud district, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and district, and Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver.
8 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, Including all U. S. points east and soutU;
and Hall's Prairie. Fernridge ami Haz
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays aud
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Clowrdale, except Hall's Prairie,  Ha
elmere and Fernridge, which arrive on
he Port Gulchon  train ou  Tuesdays-
Thursdays  and  Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric Rail
way.
12:30 p.m.���Strawnerry Hill, 'lim
>erland aud South Westminster, b.\
ourier (Tuesday and Friday),
1:30 p.m.���East Burnany, by courier
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, toy courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer months close at
2:30 except Saturday)���Ladner, Port
Gulchon, Westham Island and Sun
lury, dally except Sunday; Woodward,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, vi..
*.I. C. Rruce." (Steveston mail des
patched and received via Vancouver, i
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and fipwi
Filling, via c. X. R. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nlcomekl, am-
Port Kells dally, Clayton on Tuesday
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyn--.
lead on Tuesday nnd Friday; Bon Accord. Tuesday anil Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Jlurnatn
ak?,  via  B. C.  IClertrlc Railway. Sat
Crday an extra mall ls despatched to
Victoria via Vancouver at  this hour
Blaine nnd Seattle, including nl: li
S. polms east and south, via G. N. it
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C P. R.. ea^t, Frn
Ber Mills. This mail takes tho fol
lowing local places: Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows. Port Ham
mond, Port Haney, Mission, Chilliwack, Harrison Hot Springs. Agassiz
Lytton, Lillooet, Spences' Brldg-e, Nicola nnd district, ami all points uost
except Kootenays.
Malls  Received.
6:45 a.m.���Blaine and Seattlv, Including all U. S. points, via G. N. II
.8:20 a.m.���Vancouver aud Victoria
ncludlng U. S. A. matter, and also
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:00 i-o 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry HIM,
by courier  (Tuesday anil Fridav).
11:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via O. N. It.
8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. enst (first irnlnl
Sapperton, Fraaer Mills and Coqutt
lam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby. by courier
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam. bv courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, m-
IndlnR all U. S. points.
9:40 p.m.���Second Mall east, and
losed mall from Sumas, and Seattle,
White Star-Bonk
Canadian Service]
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple   screw,   14,000 tons
S.S.  MEGANTIC���
Twin   screw,    14.900  tons,
largest   and   most   modem'
commodation  equal to ai'y'eriJ
ing the Atlantic. *
For Rates and Tickets App'y toi
E. GOULET, '
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
INew
Westminster
Transfer G
Wfflce 'Phone Hs.     B:irn 'Plione l|
Columbia  Street
Baggage   dellvere.1   prompt;? to|
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Haalinl
OFFICE���TRAM OEPflT
W. RICH
Teaming* and ExH^1
pressing.
DEALER IN
730  FOURTH   ST.
PHONE R52fl
THE  STEAMER
Will lecive the Brackmanj
Ker Wharf fur Ladner]
Westham Island and waj
points at 2 o'clock, returnii
on the following morning.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay,
Central Meat
BOWELL & ODDY
Oorn��r Eighth SL ana    FUtt *rMM
CHOMr   *nx
NEW    WESTMINSTER    LAND   DISTRICT.
District of New  We��tminster.
Take notice tlmi th'e Pitl l<h"' l,;""'
l>er Company, Limited, a boil) corporate, having lis bead offlci ���'' "z
City of New Westminster, Intends ��
apply for permission to lease Uie foi'
lowing described lands: ���
Commencinfl at a posi planted ""
the  westerly shore  of   Pitl   river ��
its   intersection   with   the   northerly
side of the Canadian  Pacific RallWM
company's   right-of-way,   tlience   1��'
lowing the westerly shore of Pi*1 rl'
er In a northeasterly direction ���"
thousand  eight hundred   (7,800) Cy
more or less, to a witness posi 11" .
ed on  said shore to locate the raw
northerly   corner of   the   PHI   M
Lumber  Company.   Limited,  '"' :''!]
site;   thence at right   angles to sw
shore a distance of about three ���'
dred and fifty  (360)  feet  to tl"' s;''j,
northerly corner of booming site
point being two hundred  '-"'���.(,.
from low water mark of said snoi
thence  southwesterly  and two
dred (200)  feet from  said   ow    ���    ,
mark  seven   thousand   eight  mw
and thirty (7,880) feet, more or i*
to the southwesterly  cornel  oi
booming   site;   thence   "0/,,ll"'| rnI.
to point of commencement, ��"''
talnlng sixty (B0) acres, morei or i
THE  PITT  RIVER   LUMBER  ll'
PANY.  LIMITED.
T. W. Gray, Agent. Vrst.
Dated  at  the  City  of  New   w
minster. P. C. this 28th day of
ruary, A. D. 1910. APRIL 20, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
$e H&ve Clients
Waiting to invest in
New Westminster
Properties. List
your property with
us.
THE
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LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE NOI     E thai an application
''" '"" ter thi  Corpor
is:- iioen J
atlon ui fie Towns
ONLY SEVEN PUBLIC HEN
ARE REPORTED IN DETAIL
English   Press  Association   Fixes   Exact Status of Politicians���Majority
Are in ''Also Spoke" Class.
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a Owner going East.    Two splendidly    situated   lots    In    the   new
JT    school block, Sapperton;  price $375 each;  $100 will handle the two.
I* Those lots face down hill and   have   a   flne   unobstructed   view;
adjoining lots sold at $500. ___. _
MILLER & JEWHURST
Room 7, Thompson  Block       Opposite   City  Hall. Phone 669.
21 09 Granville St.
Phone:R4949       Vancouver, B.C.   |
The politician in Great Britain need
never be Ignorant of his exact status
in public estimation.   That is fixed for
miber, All.   1901, of llim ;""> wlth �����rvelous accuracy  by
���  ,   .,,..,  parCei the Press association.   This organlza-
Ior tract of land am] premises situate tion  Is the    great    news    collecting
lying and being in the Distrlcl of New agency which furnishes the hundreds
|,Wve!,tn?in8';f' "' 1: 1!lit'   Of British morning papers with a large
lsv. Columbia, more particularly known .       ��� .,  , KT-. ..    ,���__.
iand described as;    Loi  i In subdivi- P��rtion '"' thelr 11CWS'   Not the le< ��  I
sion 24 of block 1 of si ction 30, block  Important of its duties consists in the
I 5 north, range 2 west; lots 8 to 17, sending out to every newspaper which
| inclusive, of BUbdivii       : : of section   is numbered among lis subscribers a
16, block 5, north range 2 west; lois   ' ,   ...    ,  .,,, ���, ,.,,p,.,.i,. .
15 to 21, Inclusive, block ll of south- reliable report of the political speeches
,    -   quarter   . 4,  lownbhip  'J;   which arc delivered from day to cia>
lots  5,6, and  7, In  i il   <��� sion 23 of  by peers, members ol parliament and
I section   16,   block   5   north   range 2,   0thers,
ivest; lots 22 ihdivislon      u every meeting, however small or
-:; ��f K'',,i,,ri ���''- ' '    ' ��� ran,Se  how(        far distant from the metro-
!-��� *''s:;   l��ta  '��� : '      -1,1'   polls,   which   is  addressed  by  a  poll-
12, block l of lot ip 2; lots  U(.j;!ii Qf an   m)U? at alli the associa.
2 to 6 .Inclusive - of south- tlon,8        rterB   .���,,   present   to take
easl   q ter  Bectlon   t. township '.);   d0WM the B      h in Bhort_.and.   The
'lol  5, block 3 of lol  387A, group 2; ,h when transcribed, is telegrapli-
lol 38, block 2 ol lol 38.A. group i; ((( lo LondoD aIlll thence transmittted
lots 21, 22, block :: o( southeast quart- the ,,.,,.���,..,.,,, olnCes throughout the
er section  I. towni I Ip '������; lots IS, 19, uln   l(1|11
block  . ' quarter section      The same report of a speech is sent
4,   township  9;   lot  22,  block   IG 'of ' 1q (, ,.(,''.  neW8paper  which is a subscriber'to the Press association, and
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Joseph Travers
Rentals, Real Estate
and  Farm   Produce
Has Removed to new offices in
Walker Block, Columbia St.,
next door to Todd's Music
House	
See Me There Today.
Boutheasl quarter section 4. township
9, map 519; lot 23, block 16 of south-
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IN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
TAILORS
NeWS BiOCk, Sixth Street Suits  Cleaned  and  Pressed.
Ne\V Westminster. Windsor Hotel Block       P. O. Box 644
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
.ast quarter section 4 township 9. 1,s   '"u;"'   ueusrauueu   UJ   w,��   <���������������
Yt , and those claiming through or n11""1 of the association, against which
under you and all  persons claiming lh,M.'      s     ,10 .   appeal,     however
any Interest in the Baid land by Mr- aggrieved a politician may feel at the
tue of any  unregistered Instrument,! condensation to which his oratory is
and all persons claiming any interest  "Objected.    n��e association knows  or 1
In the said land  by descent, whose at al events, professes to know, to a
title is not registered under the pro- nicety, what dose of oratory the public
visions of the "Land Registry Act."  wishes to get from a particular speak-
are required to contest the claim of   f- ov ��01'h;,l,s m som,e ��afs itwou^
the   tax   purchaser   within   forty-five   bp c��rrect ,0 sa-v  wlmt a��sc lt wl"
davs from the day of the lirst pub-  stand.
Ilcatlon of this notice upon you, and      u ls a.cl,ellcat,e,and (llffic,'1,t. task l,��
In   default  of  a  caveat  or  certificate   *ni,'-\\ wnh,    "dell,.-v    a  PUblic.****
of lis pendens being filed within such  standing a   any given moment.   But
lefault  of  redemption  lo"" experience has enabled the man
JOSEPH   TRAVERS
��� New Westminster, B. C. ���
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Is This a Snap or Not ?
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates   Given  on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
New
WeSlington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P- O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
I     ill IICKUIL        V.
before registration, you and each of
you will be forever estopped and de-
i barred from setting up any claim to
or in  respect of the said land, and 1
1 shall register The Corporation of the
Township or District of Surrey as
owner thereof in fee. And I hereby
order thai  publication  of this notice
-    .i.,;l..   v,n,,,c:nimpr
.\pc-i lence   ut,c	
a. ers of the Press association to perforin i lus task with almost unvarying
satisfaction to the newspaper reading
public.
Seven Reported Verbatim.
There are but seven  men    in   the
United   Kingdom  of whose  speeches
the   Press   association     furnishes    a
OWllei    uigi cut   ,u   ...
order  thai   publication  of  this notice   Ulc   r!l'as   w��buwo��a��-     --	
for thin v davs In a dally newspaper verbatim report to its customers. This
' published in New Westminster will 8ma" ,clafs of "Pf8?6��� who^. eve,'y
be good and sufficient service thereof, word is demanded by the public con-
Dated at the Land Registry Office, sists of the King, the Prince of Wales,
Xew Westminster, Province of British g�� '-'f' Minister, Lord Rnebery,
Columbia, this 29th day of March, A. "����� ^"j"^ TV' antl, , Mr'
,, .qir) Churchill. The three first, named have
C S KEITH a ';'m' 0' cx'��ffic''0 right to he incliul-
' District Registrar f,(1 in lllis smu" first c'ass- ar,d with
o David Miller, William A. McCal-                                      '""   "   ''" 'r">""
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20 Acres of Splendid High Land within a
few minutes of Sapperton car. Fine view
of the Fraser River and city of New
Westminster. Price is $250 per acre
with One-third Cash, balance 6, 12, is,
24 months.       ..���������'
lam, Angus Mclnnes, T. G. Stark, William   Davis,     Henry   Fraser,     Henry
, Kells. Harold I'onsford, Allen Spiers,
j George Stone. Robert Lyness, Margaret  O.  Cooper, John  Roberts, Richard
Hosking, Hugh T. Crossley, John E.
lunter.
to our office every time you
in i 1 a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be glad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal in your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone is in good order, and
their numbers are iii and 10.
Coal procured here is crack-a-
jack coal, however secured.
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has' been made to register George
Troughten as the owner in Fee bim-
p,e, under a Tax Sale Deed from Edwin M. Carncross, collector of the
Municipality of Surrey, to George
Troughten. bearing date the . tli day
of September, A. D. 190S. of all anfl     _,._.
Bingular that certain parcell or   tact	
of  land   and  premises   situate   lying   warfl Groy| M,
and  being In the District    of    New ^^^
Westminster, in the Province; ofIB        Mf<   ,
regard to Mr. Asquith, it may be mentioned that it is only since his xces-
sion to the premiership that his
speeches have been reported in cx-
tenso. Mr. Churchill and Lloyd
George have achieved this honorable
distinction only within the lasl eighteen months, but Lord Rosebery and
Mr. Balfour have held their pride of
j.lace for nearly twenty years. Mi.
Chamberlain until his illness had also
for many years been a member of this
small and select class.
Next to the Elect
Next in order of merit,    ns    determined by the  space  alloted to  their
speeches are the "column" politician
-the men of whose speeches the pub-
..." are   supposed to desire a column,
neither more nor less.    In this class
are found  Mr.  Smith. K.C, Sir    Ed
Redmond, Lords Lans
Curzon,   and    Milner
I     H. H. LENNIE
*       Phone 596 650 Columbia Street
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B.C.
Timber and
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SHOWCASES
lib     Columbia,     more     particularly
^n-actS sein'/l, B.ock 5 North
RaVogu 'anTthose claiming through
linder you and all persons claim
to|    any    taterest    In     tne
land    by    virtue    of    >n
Jtr.   Burns,   Mr.   Long,   Mr.  Ilaldane
and Sir Edward Carson.    Mr. Smith,
the member for Liverpool, of whom it
is  said  that  "he  talks  like  Demosthenes and walks like a Gibson girl"
achieved his position at a single bound
after  a witty  and  audacious maiden
speech in the house some five years
ago, and he is destined before long to
said  'ie numbered with the very elect who
unreels-   are reported in  full.      Lords Curzon
r,nrL  Milner  were  at
.    .    M   Manufacturers and Dealers In All Kinds of
LUMEBR "th, ssfirivs^;:^
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES.    UMJM
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone 12 New Westminster
i!tered     Wrument      ��d    a��   ����
*'sons claiming tnrtotewrt to tne    ^
ART.ST.C MANTELS-STAIR: RAIL
HMGS-ALL      KINDS      OF     WOOD
WORKING-DESIGNS     AND     EST.
MATES   SUPPLIED
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and Milner were at one time in the
first class, but latterly a column each
has been considered to meet their
claims on public, attention.
Lower down In the oratorical scale
are the "three-quarter column" men.
Among these are to be found rising
politicians such as Lord Robert Cecil
and bis brother. Lord Hugh, and men
like Lord Middleton who have held
high office, but have failed to hit
the public fancy.   Lord Charles Bores-
TER Wl
J. BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS-Corner  Eleventh and Carline.
l NfH4
pHONE 473     a
leef, Mutton, Veal,_
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
l0ns claiming any .u��.-��- ~   .   fl t0
-Land Registry Act,   f��JeSaser
contest the calm of toe^Ux pur
^inforty-fi^day^om^^,,,
of the service of tWS nouoe    i
and in default o fa cave at or ^.^
cate of Us P��4fn8,bigt o ,-edcmp-
BUCb period, or In defau t oi ^
tion before regist atioi, y ,ind  _,_ Ior(1 c,nanPa 0^���.
'ot y��" r'J'om      t?ng up any claim gygXi between this class and tbe
debarred  from seui  a    * hmAi
t0   or   In   respect   of roughten   ��ne The  "Also-Spokes."
a.ul I shall register George J )lio ,arRC nnnlbor
II owner thereof in fee.   i   'l        ^ |    Then   ��     ^ ronsldered worth a
hy order that w* U ���itlon ^ of m _ and the yet large
tlce tor thirty da^ In ^.. tnlins,er   ^ltltufle    who   have   to  te conten
naoer published In Nej lc0 .       ���        ,.-   And last of all
^'u   bl  BOOd  and  sufficient g* Vt*  conscientious   pk,ddj��g,
��^cot ,   ���, Registry Ofiice,   ���ut hopelessly mediocre polit clan who
Dated at tbe Land Regstry has to be contect all Wb We long^itn
New Westminster. Province^ ^^  ^^ ^ speechwblc^tt hasten
Ish Columbia, tms ��>�����
A. D. 1'JlO.
uaavw k Milling Company,
Eburne,  B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL 15.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR *4.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.FL0UR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone S33.
Here's a Good Thing
  .       t 1   _   - _   i? a**A  **m**Mf\m*\ ��**��.
Three blocks of acreage close to the
growing city of Cloverdale. $150 per
acre; good terms.
him days to prepare and possibly
hours to deliver, laconically summarized In tills Illuminating manner: "Mr.
So-and-so also spoke."
PLANS  OF  COQUITLAM.
Symmes & Crandell
Dean Black, Columbia Street
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
District   of   New M.Len-
Take notice that ^ggf^Sffi
nan. of.V^o^to^Tntends to ap
00��Tr %rS?? (" PUrCha8e
the
?oUingde.crlbed
lands:
P. Burns & Co.
PHONE 101. 6/l5 C0LU
i   Rhode   Island,   is   expected   to
"""'"" "Iii nt a post Plated at: on.to      VanooUver Power company
Commencing  at a Po     y ,tu. ; which tne noar tbe mouth ol
the southeast point o fmm Ti      proposes t ^ gdniyl     o{ L
ate about four^cb^       ^^.^^^j^^j^^m
n't     lo\V      tid<
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f1'.   lAOOS, Agent. IL,M  R.   A.  Strom*!'   otgWJg
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Northern Crown Bank
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HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG
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Capita', Authorized,
Capitel, Paid Up,
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$6,000,000
$2,200,000
���er limit No. 88733  tnen- ^east- ^t^j/^cTty BborUy. and the
and westerly and SOU^riy low   tide   aie?    ^    J^^ ^
erly around to ��nonipnt) containing engmeer^ Mr ^^ m submlt
President
Vice-President
Jas. H. Ashdown
D. C. Cameron
DIRECTORS
-    Sir D. H. McMillan, K.C.M.G.
Capt. Wm. Robinson
' H. T. Champion      Frederick Nation
W. C. Leistikow     Hon. R. P. Robim
A General Banking Business Transacted
R. Campbell       -      ���       General Manager
J. P. Roberts     -    Supt. of B. C. Branches
J. E. HAWKSHAW, Manager New Westminster Branch ^j-'-^
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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During the Horse Show in Vancouver the B. C. E. It. have arranged
for a special late car to leave Vancouver at midnight. The return fare
with be 50 cents. **
Take Notice���Five chairs in operation at the Hub Barber Shop in the
Dominion Trust Block.   No waiting. *
Mrs. Lester's flower dance in the
Pythian rink last night was one of
the   social   successes   of  the   season.
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Our
Naval Policy
Is to have nothing but flrst
class workmen and satisfy our
customers with first class
Plumbing and Heating.
WE DREAD-NOUGHT IN COMPETITION.
HARDMAN'S
HARDMAN     BLOCK.
Phone 281
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
The Westminster Modern
Business School
This institution is particularly desirous of securing as students tlie
young men and young women who
seek the BEST in commercial education and to those who become students here, and work as hard for
their own interests as the instructors
of this school will, the outcome is
bound to be satisfactory.
A. L. BOUCK,
610   Columbia   St.
Principal.
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts.
If you haven't a Savings Account
NOW Is the best time to start one
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital  Paid-Up    $5,000,000
Reserve     5,700,000
Total Assets   70,000,000
New  Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F. RHUTC   Managtr.
mi
CANADlAtoPACIFICv
ATLANTIC. STEAMSHIPS
DITMISgSWBbI
Do not book your passage without
seeing us first.   Our system of handling  tickets  from  the   Old    Country
will save you money.
For dates and rates apply
ED. GOULET,
C.P.K. Agent.
i There were almost two hundred peo-
| pie on the floor.   Harpur's full orchestra provided excellent music.
The popularity of the midday lunch
at the Royal Cafe grows every day.
It is served from twelve to two, with
quick service. **
See the new arrivals at Fales, Agnes street. **
Queen's avenue Methodist church
Epworth league is now in possession
ot the banner which ls presented to
I the league showing the biggest percentage of Increase In attendance. Olivet Baptists  were the previous hold-
j ers.
For Ladies' Desks, go to W. E.
Fales. **
A payment of $25 procures a lot in
South Westminster from Halp Bros.
& Kennedy, Ltd. These lots are In
great demand. **
A union Sunday school has been
opened in the Dundonald school house
on the North Arm, T. F. Phillips being superintendent, with Miss Rosie
Scott as secretary and Mrs. Russell
as treasurer. Miss Helen Craik Is
one of the teachers.
South     Westminster    property    is
handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy,
' Ltd.   Call in and see them, and they
will put before you some good things.
A further consignment of the world's
best typewriters has just arrived. Call
and see them at "���)(! Columbia street,
three doors from the B. C. E. Ry car
station. **
The sum of .1.R00 was taken in
at the tea and lunch rooms managed
by the Women's Auxiliary of 'tlie
Royal Columbian hospital at the Pro-
cinclal exhibition last fall, when the
expenses amounted to about $600. This
fact should have been mentioned in
the annual report of the president
published in Tuesday's News.
The finest assortment of Morris
chairs ever seen in this city at
Fales. **
The case of Kearsley vs. Dovoy and
Owen was heard yesterday in the
county court before Judge Howay,
who reserved his decision.
Local, grown plants and flowers,
fresh every day at the Co-Operative
store, Sixth street. **
To Furnish nn Office, see W. E.
Fales. , **
As some of the chief witnesses
against August Charlie, accused of
the murder of Howard Wade, were
in Mission yesterday at the Lane
inquest, the case was adjourned till
Thursday.
The local agency of the Oliver Typewriter company is at 74(1, Columbia
Street. Three doors from the B.C.E.R.
car station. **
Anything in our line 10 to 20 per
cent.  Bared  for you.    Fales.        **
A water meter is generally a thing
which people are glad to get rid of,
but yesterday R. Coombes was arrested on a charge of stealing one. Superintendent Henderson, of the water
department, was installing a meter
in the Colonial hotel. He left the
machine on the street while he went
away on some other business and
when he returned It was gone. Some
men had seen Coombes, who is a junk
collector, take the meter, and be was
| arrested, the machine being found
in his possession. Although worth
about $20, the water meter is a rusty
old affair and probably Coombes
picked it up thinking it was valueless. The case against him will be
heard this morning.
Great selection of seeds and potted
plants at Tidy's. **
For  spring plants  or cut  flowers,
phone Davies' Greenhouse. R20S.     **
After  hearing the  evidence of the
doctors and of the witnesses to Constable   Lane's   death   at   Mission   on
J.Monday, the coroner's jury yesterday
returned a verdict of deatli by heart
falure.    The funeral  of the late offi-
icer will be held In  .Mission today.
See Fales for Bed Lounges.    Guaranteed goods at  prices cheaper than
J the cheapest. **
WALES HELPS.
Prince Cntributes to English Church
Western Canada Fund.
London, April IU.���The Prince of
Wales has contributed ��2,500 to the
archiblshop's western Canada fund
after expressing his deep interest in
Ihe fund, having himself visited western Canada. The Prince of Wales
says he realized the difficulties arising there from the extraordinary immigration and trusts that the appeal
In connection with such work will
receive generous aid. The fund now
reaches .71,140. It is estimated that
.1,225,000 will  be needed.
Maniwaki Goes Dry.
Maniwaki, Que., April 1(1.���The
town council last night refused to
grant any liquor licenses. Seven hotels and flve liquor stores are thus
put out of business.
Bohemian Cafe
Depot Hotel. ��� Opp. C. P. R. Station,
25c -Merchants' Lunch - 25c
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20th
SOUP
Chicken a la Bohemian
Consomme
FISH
Fried Halibut, Tartar Sauce
BOILED
Ox Tongue with Tomatoe Sauce
ENTREES
Beef Steak and Kidney Pie
(Southern Style)"
Corned Beef Hash and Poached Egg
Lamb Fricassee with Onions
ROASTS
Loin of Veal, Sage Dressing
Leg of Lamb, Mint Sauce
Sirloin of Beef au Jus
VEGETABLES
Mashed  and  Steamed   Potatoes
Boston Baked  Brans
DESSERT
Pumpkin, Apple  and   Rhubarb   Pie
Queen  Pudding.   Vanila  Sauce
Tea Coffee Milk
Breakfast from 6 to 11:30
Dinner   from   5  to  8
If you want something dainty and
appetizing or are in a hurry phone
702 and your order wi 11 be ready when
you arrive at The Bohemian Cafe.
J.   P.  CASH,   Proprietor.
ST0R AGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
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ENGLISH WATCHMAKtR
Gold Watc'jes for Ladi. s from $12./j
up.
Silver Watches,    gents'    open face j
$6.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents'  opvu    case.
$7.50 �����?.
Agent    for    Waltharn   and     Elgin
Watches.
Watch  repairing a  specialty.
F, CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
s
For a Few Days Only
SPECIAL SNAPS IN
WEDNESDAY, APR,L 2Q
'S DRUG STORE
Removed to
DEAN BLOCK
Four doora east of Bank of
Montreal, where the ��ame careful attention will be paid to all
prescription! and orders at
heretofore.
I Lulu Island Acreage
and Waterfrontage
Also some Choice Fuys in Surrey.
F. J. HART & Co
LIMITED.
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\Vash
Fab
rics
FROM   STURDY   GINGHAMS  TO   SHEER   MUSLINS IN ALL
THE   WITCHERY'   OF   SPRING   THE    NEW
GOODS   ARE    HERE
Tlie song of the Spitagtlme  is  in  every  beautiful col
and enchanting weave of these new goods.    They sei tn to tell
the  story   that.  Winter  is past  and a single glance al them
will start visions of the new   dresses   for   Bummer  and   v_
they shall be.
New English Prints, Ginghams, Zephyrs, Linens, ^mirins*
and .Muslins are here, all In the colorings and ����� ,
wliich Fashion has put her seal. Handsome fabric , as good
as they are beautiful. This section is one of the mo I popular
in our store and it is the goodness of its shoving and Its low
prices that have made It so.
Cotton
Shantung
35c   Per   Yard
A splendid material for the
tailored suit styles so popular
this season. Cotton Shantung
has a beautiful silky finish with
a weave resembling silk Shantung. Colors are Mauve, Plum,
Taupe. Rose, Champagne. Catawba Nile, Sky, Navy Hrown,
Cream and Black and White,
per yard, 35c.
Mercerized
Poplin
45c Per Yard
Fine Corded Suitings, 27
Inches wide; bright and lustrous In finish: heavy, firm and
strong. Especially suited to
present day suit and waist requirements. Colors. Old Hose,
Nile, Alice Blue, Champagne,
Cream, Hrown, Navy, etc., per
yard, 45c.
Crepon
Suitin:
20 to 35c  Per Yard
Japanese Crepons, English
Crepons in narrow stripes and
plain colors. New shales of
Mauve, Plum, Grey. Sky, Hose,
Pink, Navy, Cream, Fawn and
Natural and White. These are
shown with a fine weave or in
heavy raised designs, per yard,
L'0, 25, 30 and 35c.
Colored
Indian Head
Suiting
Heavy Cotton Suitings with a
linen finish. Colors. Sky, Navy,
Tan, Hrown. Champagne, Electric, Natural, Cream and Black
and White, per yard. 17, 20 and
25c.
Heavy
Canadian
Ducks
15c  Per Yard
Shown this season in many
light stripes suitable for Wash
Suits and also the popular
Spot, Stripe, Anchor and fancj
designs on Navy grounds. 50
patterns from which to -
per yard,  15c.
Oxford
Ginghams
In Blue ' Grey, Navy and
While grounds with snipes, narrow and wide. Manj of the n <
Oxfords are finished soft without dressing. Colors are abso
lutely fast, per yard, 20 and 25c
Superior Qualities Commend
Our WHITEWEAR
Many requests are made in the Muslin Underwear Department fo
the best  and nicest underwear. We describe briefly a few of tl i
attractive values. QBSaB��SB-.v., '���
Cambric Underskirts
$3.00 to $4.50 Each
A splendid range of skirts between these prices.   Various widths
of embroidery, lace. Insertion and depths of flouncing afford a
choice of styles.   Garments are carefully   designed,   well   made  and
full;   narrow and  wide tucks and dust ruffles. All sizes at $2 to J4.50.
Fancy Lace and Embroidery
Trimmed Skirts
| $7.50 Each
Fine White Cambric Underskirts with 20-Inch flounce; made with
Valenciennes lace and bands of fine Swiss insertion in alternate
setting;  full hemstitched dust ruffles.   Each, |7.50.
Fine Cambric
and Nainsook
Corset Covers
65c to $1.00 Each
Many of tbe less expensive
1 pi j les are also shown, bul thesy
special fine garments stand out
as being away above the average���so many new designs and
trimming features are no��lee-
able, Fine Torchon, Maltese,
and French Valenciennes Lace3,
Swiss insertion trimmings tisrd
extensively. All finished with
washable drawstring. All sizes.
Each 66c to   .1.00.
Corset Covers
of All Over
Embroidery
95c to $1.25 E.ich
Some of the most attractive
Corset Covers shown this season are ma.'e from S'.vl.-.s al'.-
over Embroi lories, Eyelet,
Shadow an.l Heavy Openwork
designs with Btraps over shoulder to match bo.'y portion. All
sizes, each, 05c to $1.25.
Vv omen s
Tailored
Waists
$2.25 to $3.50
Many new styles to band >:>
these popular Waists In Line
Vestlngs, Brilliants, Indian
Heads in plain or fancy weav s.
Waists arc made with wl.'1'
tucks down fronts, shirtwaist
Dleeves, Laundered collars and
cuffs. Sizes 34 to 42. Bach
.2.25 to $3.50.
Handsome Braid Lace Coats
$7.50, $12.50 and $19.50
Lace Coals are the most handsome of this season's garments.  Material is heavy and strong.   Madi
up   in   semi-fitting   styles;    long sleeves.   Ask to see these ln the Coat  Section.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
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