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 'ICT
FIRE
INSURANCE
u/HITE, SHILES & CO
fl-*".*' WESTMINSTER.
LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
U'>IK :'>
NEW  W
NUMBBR 83.
IS AGAIN ACTIVE
sbine and Sales are Syn-
in Real Estate
..-Many Deals.
SIX FIREMEN MEET
DEATH IN JAIL EIRE
, .   decided  Increase   of
''; .eai    estate    yesterday
,    .thoroughly appreciated by
JK    sted in Mother Earth.
t>'0(     1 nf  the   last   few days
than
Iff
lit1--
Caught hy Back Draft, Men
Were Cremated in Cell-
Others Badly Injured.
\WM RIVER MILLS
MD ALL TIMBER UTS
SOLD FOR
NO CARNEGIE MONEY
EOR HVERSIIY
led
i .tness of   t,lfi 	
"Vtad no other  cause
lL Vancouver suffered worse
r* \v,umn.ter and many of
,-,,,���, there who are In the
I,"?, turn ng over thousands each
I1 ��'!dav hardly made office ex-
Hut abrighter tone prevailed
PJSm well yesWtday and buy
f    ' risk and seemed better lor
:..,;i��� i, had been taking.
J,. ^nc0uver men blame Surrey
f",, ���. the rain  they bave ex-
Z d for t 'ast few days.   They
Ssurro has drained the pock-
fj their best buyers, and as they
do HsUngB there, they received
'Vibe benefits of the rush  in
ItdirecUon.   However, that   rouble
1 iconic now and Vancou-
rward to mak-
New Haven, Conn., April 13.���Trapped by metal doors and barred windows, six firemen who were lighting
flames ln a workshop were caught by
a back draft and burned to death
during the partial destruction of the
Xew Haven county jail and the New
England Chair  company  today.
Three of their comrades were saved
through the heroism of firemen outside.
The bodies of the six men were
found late today, after the debris had
been removed. Many other firemen
were   badly   burned   but   remained   at
work.
The dead are: Captain C. L. Chapman, Lieutenant William Doherty,
Ladderman John Buckley, lloseman
James T. Culleii, James Mortell and
Thomas J.  McCrath.
The seriously hint arc Laddermen
A. B. Wilcox and Thomas J. Vaughan,
Hosemen John E5. Huasey, Captain
Charles II. O'Neill- and Ladderman
Cornelius Shagrou.
Six men from Truck No. 1 were
fighting  their   way  lthrough  the  cell
Deal of   Immense Magnitude Consummated Yesterday-
Much Outside Capital Will be Infused in Local
Concern ���Former Owners Remain Interested in Biggest Mil! in World.
Ohio Presbyterians Decline
Offer Because of Condition
Imposed by Laird of Skibo.
PULP WOOD ORDER
ANNOYS AMERICANS.
Prohibition of Exportation ol"
Raw Material From Quebec is Greatly Regretted.
Washington,  D  C,  April   LS.���The
mnouncement  that  the  province ot
Toledo,  Ohio,  April  13.���The  University of Wooster will not be made a  ���*""��'""' ,'V  . 1 .
beneficiary  of  the  Carnegie  pension , Qu^ec would almost Immediately pro-
 ._..     #���������_,_o    blbit the exportation of pulp wood to.
the United Status was received here
One of the biggest Industrial deals
ever put ti lough in western Canada
was consummated yesterday afternoon,
when the Canadian Western Lumber coiup,] iy acquired all the interests of the Fruser River Lumber company for the sum of (120,000,000.
The. Canadian Western Lumber company was recently organized in Toronto, and is composed of some of
the wealthiest men on both sides of
tlie international boundary line, lt ls
also reported that there is consider-
English  capital  in  the  concern,
dent  A.  D.  McRae, Colonel  Davidson,
Edward  Swift,  Senator  Jahsen,   Wll-
fund for superannuated professors
This has been decided by the Presbytery of Dayton, representing all 1'ies
byterlun churches in the live counties
In   southwestern   Ohio.
At a meeting of delegates held at
Hamilton on Tuesday a determined
stand was taken against accepting
of   Bklbo'S   money
Ham MacKenzie and D. I).  Mann arelgny   0f   the   Laird
anient; the  big shareholders. because Cargnegie had a string to the
Every one of these men Is aaso- gift. He stipulated that in order to
elated with the Canadian Western obtain the money the university
Lumber company, and will exchange | would have to be released from all
his shares In the Fraser River Lum- | denominational conduct,
ber company for stock In the purchas- ^^^
been over^^^^^^
firms me looking for
���., (or lost lime.
��� this city buying  was very gen-
tfU0anrt& ���2Utelr7om into the workshop when an e,
"' asked for In all tbe offices j plosion of a  gaso
tie being asueu ior ui an t,,t w..~ !,,��,���   _  ^ .  jllne tank caused a
J the prices noted, the request com-  back draft and slammed behind them
but no sales of   the Iron  doors  separating    the    two
buildings.
of the men were hemmed In
of
; from Vancouver,
tportance have yet resulted.
[lie Peoples   Trust   company
i \Y. J. Kerr Is the manager, pur-
jased 36,000 feet of waterfrontage on
Three
a corner
able  .,..,,   ���,_.
bul this was denied by R, L. Craig,
secretary-treasurer of the Fraser River Lumber company, In a conversation      	
noon.
That ontside capital was to
fused  in  the  big  local  concern      ^	
an   article   In  The  boring Industry,
ing concern,
Colonel Davidson and William MacKenzie, president of the Canadian
Northern railway, are at present in
London, England, where they have
been In touch with big financiers for
several weeks.
The Immense amount of money involved In tlie transfer, and the business standing  of  the   men   back  of
be ln-' the deal, can be taken as a sure guar-
was  antee that the expansion of the lum-
foreshadowed   by   an   article   in  The   boring industry, as far as the Fraser
News   on   Wednesday   morning,   but  River Lumber company ls concerned,
the increase  of the capitalization  to  will  be pursued on a  scale  hitherto
......  u_  ���  c,,r.  unattempted in this province, or, for
The delegates, after a lively debate,
voted unanimously to ieject the offer.
TO IDENTIFY CRIMINALS.
with surprise and regret. At the State
department it was said that the prospects of close commercial relations.
and of a trade treaty with the Dominion were thought to be sufficiently
encouraging to deter any of the provinces from imposing prohibitory restrictions   at  tills  time.
Such summary action as is proposed.,
it   is  felt,   would   interfere   seriously
with tlie realization of the suggested
trade treaty and might, In a measure,.,
nullify     the    good  that  was  accomplished   by   the   closer  friendly   relations into which the two governments?,
have recently been brought.
1    The proposed increase of st.umpage-
dues  and   license  fees for
Photographs and Finger Prints of All   tiues  anu   utwac  *.,*�� .-.   the  sake.
"-:--  nu.i..j        'of Insuring increased revenue Is not
Questioned, but the intention to pro-
Wtth The News yesterday after-
Convicts Are Being Obtained
Ottawa, April Li.���Canada's criminal Identification bureau is now in
active operations, with Constable Edward Foster, of the Dominion police,
as its expert.
Constable Foster and an assistant,
b.ibit the exportation of wood pulp Us.
legarded in some quarters as closely.'
approaching an unfriendly act.
During tho tariff negotiations in Ottawa and subsequently at Albany ani.
Washington  there  was  some  discu��--
Constable W. Markskell, are at pres-1 vvuol""f ������
ent working In the Kingston penten-   slon of the woocl PulP situation that:.
���������   -���--* v.  ���n   tha  that matter Is understood to have been
tlary.    They will  photograph  all  the
prisoners there, and wlll also take an
;;;;n't7'niUlion dollars will be a .sur-  ���= �� ^ovtace, state or | impression of their finger prints. The
prise to most peop e, e-ven to tnow. [n ^ ^^
giant  co
Continued on Page ����e)
kltFTINIGNOIANCE
OF DIVORCE SIX YEARS
__^^i^Z__ a:.-
and  burned to death, while
tlxTot'her three made their way to a
haired  window,  to  which  they  �� w     __ UiouBu   uu��   "<">        -      i  .   ,       .������
with streams of water playing on them jtook it over_in 1907.  ^  ^  s.ncg ' couple of the big mills in Washing-1 new departmental jorder.
The plant has . WOrk is being carried on in the prison
aid claim to the distinction of' yard,   and  from   the   news   receive
being  tbe   biggest  in   the   world,  al-  fl0m Kingston lt is said that the con-
left to be further discussed in connection with the proposed reciprocity
treaty between the United States ant*.
'window-   te: which they clung V^S��   since  .he   filing   company , ^^^W^ disputed by a  Vfets are not at all pleased with the
from the outside.
Soon
roof fell i
It   is   only   a  few   days
ton   and   Oregon.
Any   doubt  as  to      From Kingston Foster and  his  as-
^fter reaching the window the ' ^ limits worth  ?l 000,000   were ton ��a -^ . ^ *��2*** ��SS2
n and ladders were put. down   purchaBed on Vancouver  isianu, ^ t ^^ ^^ ���
outside and the men climbed ��� inciuding some of the tint st siauuu b ( ^  ^^ of  guch  actlv,t
from the outside and the men c
out.
liicovers Her Plight When She Asks
Court to  Compel   Husband   to
Support Her.
The other dead firemen were caught
few months.
"time of  such  activity  as  has no
Columbia. 'parallel in the history of the lumber
Tbe timber limits owned by OejJ   [ndustry can be confidentially looked
including some
timber in British Columbia.
Paul penitentiary, thence to Dorches
ter, Stony Mountain, Edmonton and
New  Westminster penitentiaries.
BIG   ESTATE,
(Continued  on   Page  Four).
LABOR PARTY IS WINNER
IN AUSTRALIAN ELECTIONS
bv the same  back draft at the back I   ���y are mostly on Vancouver ^	
of the building and tbey were carried  although several large, tracts a��Lj����� .    ��       the operations of the mill will
own by the roof when it fell In. a;ed  on  the  mainland.  ,TM  imuw |   ��       g. ^ ^^ lg assure(1 b,  ,h,
was discovered by a prls-Klver Lumber company has tlu   a g Quantity   of   standing   and
in the work-  est    area    of    merchantable    timber  1�����tab\e  timber   owned   by   the.     ������ ���   -���--..-   ThnmnB F
cells.   When  ���wnpd  by any one company In thei.^BSSSyTPrtop to th�� relent purchase perd6nal estate of the late ThflmM*
The fire ^^^^^
oner and the  17a  men
shop were sent to their
Properties of Late Thomas F. Walsh
Worth $3,600,000.
Washington,  D.  C,  April   13.���The
Representatives of Industrial Classes
Defeated at the Polls in Straight
Party Fight.
tZZZ S   fireTe^  to the   ^   ��  *Fff_4_&^
U'"^1-1 ...... .u. o�� ���.i�� I   .. .,_.^������  i,in�� r,t  the  States,  is,"' "c ��  tl_  -gtimated that 113.600,000 by the petition ol tne Aiie
"      ' . . i      r��� i.      nnmnanir        Villi
timber  king of  the  States
Sidney, Australia, April 13.
The'
and  forty-two  female   Inmates   were
| taken  to the  police stations and the
Foot Guard armory.
Under * authority from Governor
Weeks three companies ot the Second Regiment National Guard were
sent to the fire and took charge of the
jail grounds and patrolled the surrounding streets.
Late today the bodies were found
among the twisted girders and charred beams.
Tonight tbe prisoners, under military escort, were returned to tbe jail.
The  buildings  destroyed  were the
MCH SEEDING  DONE Itwo three-story  brick workshops and
along C   P   R   LINE 18everal adjoining sheds and two dwell-
jing bouses on Hudson street.
The fire is thought to have been
caused by crossed electric light wires.
The loss of the New England Chair
N�� Wk, April 13.���For six years
liter her husband obtained a divorce
ik Dou Schwartz continued to lUe
f\vh to ta happy Ignorance of the
Ian, slhe wi.
On iiwch i'j last her former lius-
��� ana. Lewis Schwartz, left her and
Tier child and took the furniture with
Jifm. Mrs. Schwartz went to the courts
Io compel him to support her. In
pefence, Schwartz produced a certi-
ed copy of the decree of the divorce.
The court reserved  its decision.
Winnipeg, April   13��� Nearly   thirty
tier cent, of the seeding is completed       ln��� lvJ(jD UK	
Ip the average along the line of the  company, for whom the prisoners do
panadian  Pacific   railway,   according   contnu.t work,  is estimated  at  *iao,-
" " I ooo, fully insured, and the loss on
the buildings of the jail Is $35,000,
with full insurance.
lo the crop report Issued by General
grain Agent Acbeson this morning.
pis report is tbe flrst to give the lathi crop Information for the entire
Vest. Last year the flrst report was
JKured on April 14, and nearly every
(atlon reported "no seeding yet."
trols  more
local  concern.
When the Fraser River Lumber Co.,
then known as the Fraser River sawmills, wus reorganized In 1904, it was
capitalized at only $2,000,000. Since
that time several millionaires have
associated themselves with the company and the capital has been greatly
increased.   At the present time Presl-
CROOKS AND THUGS MOST
GET OUT OF PRINCE BliPERT
Police   Commence   Active   Campaign
Against   Undesirable   Element���
Town Was Formerly Wide Open.
]uianrt  it was roughlv estimated tnat I $3,600,000 Dy ine peuuuu ^ w��. ���- Bianey, ��������"=""���""��� ';r"l0������    today
Ihe^paTownfd enough timber to Ln Security an^^^ election,   too^^gg^
main building wus feared the 240 male | sllpnt    _. ^^
ed, but as it comprises
U Andrew Fisher Is cer-
The
pleted yesterday will not be made public for a few days.
DISCUSSING CHANGES IN
PLANS FOR NEW HOSPITAL
WORLD ATTACKS TAPT I
FOR  HIS  ATTITUDE
party leading.   .	
tain  of  a  working  majority  In  botlv
" " .    ,      ���   J houses. _    , .
New York, April 13���Declaring that i     Premier   Alfred   Deakin,
���who  had.
the   chief1
t of Joseph Clark's political
FRENCH  PREMIER   MENACED.
M.
|Workman Who Wanted to Kill
Briand Arrested.
Saint Ettenne, France, April 13.���A
workman by the name Of liuplanit,
rto was armed with two revolvers
an'l a knife, and declared that he
tished to kill Premier Briand. was
peated today as he attei<>ted to
'orce iiis way into the hotel where
'ta premier is stopping.
JEWISH WOMEN TO OPEN
INDEPENDENT MEATSHOP
Opinion   of   Medical   Men  Sought  Before Contract for Buildings Is Let.
Board Suggests Alterations.
wing "ha��� admitted his defeat.
EMPIRE  ABOVE   PARTY.
Taft   "degraded   not   only
magistracy, but the American republic" by replying to a cablegram from
Slgnor Garettl, mayor of Porto Mau-
rlzio,   who   welcomed   Roosevelt   and	
then  telegraphed  Taft and told him  Ejind Canadian Trooper Stumps Eng-
all   about  it.   the  New  York   World, iand for preference.
which has consistently supported fhe      Londcn  AprU 13.���Imperial mission
Taft   administration,  bitterly   assails ' ����-u-��� ��,����
Taft in its leading editorial today for
Prince Rupert, April ^^fh^!bl^h^Uai-a^ making haste slowly
drum   uiiouB au vm
un
Two   Hundred    Housewives   of
York to Contribute $1  to $5
Each   to  Finance  Venture.
0
New
quarters.    All gamblers
crooks  and  worse,
town and stay out.
lf heavy lines will stop It, there will
be  no further selliu"  <>'   lmuor.    The
The directors of the Royal Colum
an hospital are making haste slowly
un  the   plans  for  the  new  building
Since awarding the prize for the plans
-��--     1 A     hop
^^^^    burns, 1 on   the   plans  for  the   new  building.
must   get  out of  ..��uv_ �� ��� ��� . "    ������<-������-
' to Birds & Blakemore the board has
llis action.
NO FOOD SHOULD REMAIN IN
STORAGE OVER 9 MONTHS
uv.  ���^i^p��� of luiuor
constablos have taken the Held, aud
are waging an aggressive campaign
The   general   clean-up   is   now   uiiuel
New
bad several meetings and a number
of alterations in the original plan
has been suggested. The different
doctors in the city have also suggest-
TiAuer I ed some changes.
1     Until   every   proposed   change   and
way.  \m ta\aa*\m\m n  Prince I Improvement has been thoroughly dis-
ot
Cable    Rates   Bill.
London, April  13.���In the house
I trillions, in reference to the passing
l��l Uie cable rates bill at Ottawa, the
MstmaBter   general   Informed   Harry
Lawson that he wns unable at pres-
enl 1" make a statement regarding the
I Course the British government would
': lake.
���operative meatshops are
to be tried 1
i..^ ��..^   errors in the plans the time
blaipe j to  discover  them  is  before  building
operations are commenced.
The  new hospital  will be built 0:1
C. P. R. Staff Changes.
Winnipeg, April 13.���Two important 9trikers
Iwlntments were announced by the ,U,L
1 ""liiilhn   Pacific   passenger   departmi 1 liis morrlng.   A. C. Richardson, |
7'i'i ly agent at  Portland, becomes 1     ,
'���'!' passenger agent here and R. Tlde-
9. former agent at Nelson, city ticket  Allegeo
Stent, in succession to the  late Mr.
lOchon,
on the Fast Side by Jewish housewives in an attempt to enforce their
strike against the Kosher butchers.
Two huiuired Jewish women will con-
to set. the first shop
I day.
Mrs.  Anna Pastor,
Is  Mrs.
the   millionaire
ably
but against
*���*���^?J^%^
U.  S.   Bureau  of Chemistry Declares
No Preserved Product Should Interfere With Next Season's Crop.
allies, including Lawrence Molloy, the--
blind Canadian trooper, who have.
been commissioned to state the case-.
for Imperial preference from the viewpoint of citizens of the Dominion,..
opened their campaign before a fairlj.
I good audience at Walworth last night..
' They had a mixed reception.
Trooper Molloy said he would not
continue In the movement If he believed It were not in the Interests,
of the working men. Interrupted by
the remark that he was attacking the
government's fiscal policy, he answered, "The Empire ls above party.""
Children Were Poisoned.
Pittsburg,  April  13.���Two  sons  of '
Philip   Badali,   a   wealthy   Italian   of
-_J    A A    In    Kod
the   present   site,
Washington. D. C, April 13.���There  ' >>"u>   ...........   -.
'i--'- -- .i���i0  Wilklrsburg, were found dead In bed
early today. The youths, one eighteen,
and the other sixteen years old, were
victims  of  poison, A*"~
coroner.
AU   I1UIIU, v-_  __
Unite from one to live dollars apiece
going next Fri-
whose daughter
Hose   Pastor-Stokes,  wife  of
..,,.       socialist,   will   prob-
    be named proprietress.    Several
union  Kosher   butchers   frot
will be employed
Dreadnought
saw their wads fatten
abroad went up a
were  fleeced to  a
the gates were flung
commencement of
,s no excuse for delaying any article
of  food  in  cold storage  for a longer
period than nine months, according to
hnt  farther to  tho [ the  statement of  Dr.  W.   U.   >N111->1
"according  to  tho
wide.
this  week
whispers
at" something was go-
It dropped.   Blue paper*
Baw 'a change.    There were
to tlte effect th
i.ig to drop.
be  torn
started.
FRENCH-CANADIANS  REACH
PRINCE ALBERT FROM STATES
from   among
51.200,000 SAVED CITY
UNDER MAYOR GAYNOR
DOCTOR-DETECTIVE.
Umbrella      Snatcher
Down   by  Dr.  Holmes.
Run
bugan  to multiply.
This morning   George   Danford,  A.
McAlleeiian and a party named Fow-
ippeftred before Stipendiary Mag-
   -   '���,���1> ".-sib fined .250
for liquor selling, 'cue nnta were paid.
Since  yesterday,   .^^
has been received through fines.
��� ��� v,rvi��� nn aims to round
Brakeman Instantly Killed.
South   Durham,   Que.,    April    13.���
^^^^^ Conaute,   of    the    Grancf
"v'ng- "    '    . iiu..�� .tuiway, fell  from a car here.
"When the storage of a product Is  tuls mornlng and was instantly killed-
continued   long   enough   to   interfere I
with the output of the next season's 	
cop."  says  Dr.  Wiley,  "It  ha^been  ^^ KNOck,:^
to a point beyond the lliv.lts
MAYOR'S  COMMAND*
���5W��5��^i53^^;rttg& ^^.-m.^,^
lar appealeu w��>�� ---*
t rate,McMulHn. Iflach was
.r.!,,,,,,,-selling. The lines
the   sum   of   $1,-50
     .   . informed by'om-oi^m    ^ ^
New York, April 13.���Three months;the man    v doctor-s office, when
* ^ Gaynor administration In the Deans wa- in       ^^   and   eloped
d>rtment of water supply, gas and ia "tinhnRe ���old.headed umbrella. At
e(""ity. have brought about a sav-|wlth bet  ��w doctor M been cn,led
*���� about .1,200,000 to the city, ac-|the l me1  _ _nd foJ. a moment
y^ to a report 311st made to the in o his other ^    ^ waB
5(ay�� by the head of the department. | Miss Deans
g this amount $250,000 ls a reduction going on^
ln the Mnn,,,,!  1,-���!!  nf  th*  office, I    A8. BOOn   ���A going to the window
^e campaign now^n a    - ���-g
iH^fflC   FuU^s-candper-
adians from the manufacturing towns
of the New England states arrived
here yesterday afternoon. On tbe ar-
vival of tlie train the party was photo-
graphed  and then  Father  Berule addressed  tbem,  telling  them   of   the
 1 ���f   Sao.
tie   8a_S    mc   gw��s.    	
sonable products should be prohibited      rnwum, ��.K... ���
by law and that even canned goods Liiick today Issued a solemn proclama-
whlch are a beneht   to    the   people  tion positively forbidding "knocking"
���   *         inn<rPr In the city of Tacoma for sixty <lay��.-
���'-._������Hnn       tn   th��
^.*��.*-ssjrc ��.^.ffi.*r,Ms&
baps more
ward to
convictions
And as for gamblers, bums, and
others of their Ilk," remarked the
chief constable, this morning, "they
have all got to go. If anyone wants
steady employment at New Westminster, 1 shall be pleased to furnish the
same. We are going to make a
eral clean-up.
whlcti are a unu^v    	
should  not be carried    over    longer ln tne C"J "l. *"���rrr      .
euing   t..Cu.       than trom the en(Ung of one season Addressing his proclamation    to tbe
glories of the great province of Sas-  to the beginning of the next. "nnn.i neople of the great city of Ta-
katchewan and urging them to show ^	
the world that a French colony could   BANK 0F MONTREAL WINS
"Good people  _
,coma," the mayor says Jn Part.
"First���For any person of lawrui^W
'andsoundmlndtoutt^.wrHef.w,
be   second   to   none.
Tomorrow the j
gen-
party will go out to look for land and
wlll Inspect the townships north of
the town.
Councilman's Sentences Suspended.
Pittsburg, April  13.���Three former
councllraen   appeared   before   Judge
nount $250,000 la n reduction going on.     ^  ghe  d,d  she  notified
�������,     annual   payroll  of  the  office,      fs   "tor   anil ,���...���   .
Wl,1'e the remainder is a saving In the the doctor, an �� ^^ ^ waB golng
mntial   payroll  of  the  office
' remainder is a saving In the  ���- ---      . th    ln(in, who �������> e-"-��
st '" improvements provided for by I pointed o ' t    The doctor
Previous administration but not down gg^f captured tt em anbe-
completed Rav        ,���>_ fence on Front street.
^'n In the amount collected W g    * gfc haled him to the police
the
yet
Indians as
Boat-Bulldera.
JUDGMENT BY DEFAULT  enirave. prlnt'or"repeat, by word, plc-
_   ,     .    ., ,���     T   ,         . .     ture or press, anything against, derog-
New York, April 13.-Judgment by  atory t0  defamatory of, or in   better
$217,849 against the Lnlted | American) to 'knock' the city of Tang compan-   ��   M��vi���n i ���.  onv nItlzen thereofi itg bU8l.
^^^^^^     l suspender
months ago   was entereo w��. ���������, auu     ^	
In favor of the Bank of Montreal The  decreed that any person so offending.-
"' '    --a-tmrn* tn nil the Daln, penal-
default for f��n,��-.u -0 ���
States Banking company, a Mexican : coma" or any citizen
  ,,.,,     ..l110l1t       flltrt W***********1sammmmmlaa*a*a*am*m***********m*******aam
 , climate, scenery, health or proe-
��� ���^,i  o.iiiiiirpd ami,
concern which suspended W^g ^^ tt ^^ adjudged ��g
of Montreal. The Screed that any Personjm oltmJ��
a  draft declared   Bh(lll be subject to all ���� Pain, penal
ti,���   '" L1|e umouflr wiisuwu *��� -���-  ���    fnrthwltn naieu ..������" --     .-
f/onsumers Is also reported and " ^   ��rthwitn       ^ Jn
18 Prertintea that this Iter '" m"an statlon n      ���  * ��"�� the n:
ased revenue, to
of about $700,000
���uiwo     .��   ��UBU    I KJIUI tow   ******-" .     *!-��
PrprtUtea that this Item will mean station ^
nave ni>" "��� ���.    .   ���_ �����
The arresfed man gave the name of  ^
a     Anril    13���Indian
nianufai;i.ui����B   - ...^  	
one of which he brought back    ���-. jg�� J_fifo due here tomorrow
counciuuou   iiei/c...���      In favor
Cohen today in the criminal court and  8Utt was  based on  a arau uwm,cu  Bhnll n_ Hllll,
S*tUriie^lerfolch^  l�� hTaVe bee1n8made by the defendant  ties, miseries _�� Torment of the po-
suspeSed sentences ��n JanUary 18"   ilIce 'thlrd dee,ee-'
suspen'.ea sentences.         . "Second-Provided that   the   pains*.
Increase in Wages. and penalties above mentioned shall
Scranton, Pa.. April 13.���The Dele- not apply to new industries knocking.
����o Tjirkawana & Western Railroad  at the doors of Tacoma for admission
a- �������.��� manufacturing district of this
To Entertain United States Fleet.
ware  Lackawana & we����m .����������.��-- manufacturing -- .  _.
SlSiS this afternoon announced a to^the m.^ one who make8 ��� ���^
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six per cent. Increase ln wages to an  city u> w ..mj 	
employees of the transportation de- est and faithful effort to 'knock"
partment. ('knockers.'" PAGE TWO.
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THURSDAY, APR|Lu
19K),
Classifieydvertisements
WANTED.
TO RRNT ��� COMFORTABLY FUR-
nished bedroom. Apply 713 Trew
street, city.
WANTED��� UOO.M WITH OR W1TII-
out board by joung gentleman.
Write box C. C, Daily News.
WANTED���TENDERS   FOR   SLASH-
ing about eight acres on Tenth avenue and Armstrong street. Particulars, apply S. Fader, city, or
Walker Bros., Edmonds.
WANTED ��� EXPERIENCED MAN
for real estate work. References.
Good proposition. P. L. Secord Ac
Co., 450 Columbia St. Sapperton.
WANTED���FIRST CLASS TAILOR-
ess. Apply A. S. Neilson. Sixth
Street.    Enter by Cunningham hall.
WANTED���WOMAN���AGE 18 TO 30
���to help with general housework.
Two children. Good homo and
wages. Apply Prentice, 1837 Napier street, Vancouver.	
WANTED TO RENT ��� BY YOUNG
couple, with best references, small,
well furnished modern house or
apartment.    A. D. V., this office. _
"WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOUSE
for four to six months; small family���no childien. F. J. Hart & Co.,
Ltd.
���WANTED���TO RENT BY MARRIED
couple, one or two furnished rooms
close to business section. Address
Permanent, News Otlice.
BARR COLONY  FETE.
Five Hundred Settlers Are Prospering
at Lloydminster.
Lloydminster, Sask., April in.���The
Barr  colonists  celebrated    Thursday,
March 31, as a red letter day in their
careers, this being the date on wllich
Barr's famous party left the shores of
England  to  come  out  to  the    West.
About  two thousand  persons, women
land   children   Included,   were   in   the
party, which sailed on the above date
on the steamship Lake Manitoba.    Of
this number about 500 eventually got
through  to the colony,  and  are here
today  an.l  largely prospering.    After
Ban's   desertion  of  the   district  the
Rev.   G,   B.   Lloyd,    after   whom  the
town  Is  called,  was  asked   to    take
charge,  which  he did,  and  promptly
advised   everyone   to   "stay   with   it,"
'and  those who did are  now reaping
! the benefit of that advice, whilst for
the   results   of  the   land   as   a grain
bearing quantity the fact that at the
recent provincial fairs of Regina and
Edmonton   Lloydminster   carried   off
the prizes in wheat, barley, rye, grass
, and flax, proves this to thc hilt. Such
; towns also as Vermillion, Islay. Rlts-
1 catz and Lnshburn and Marshall, etc.,
are  the other portions  that the col-
! ony covered.
INew Advertisements
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
SURREY SNAP���Good ti,l 2 p. m. to-j
day.    The southwest  1i   ot  section 1
26,   township   2.       Price   ? 101   per
acre.   Good terms.
SURREY ��� 25   acres    In    Section   27 \
Township 2, facing on Hjorth road
$426 per acre;  terms.
SURREY���35 acres N'/fc of E['z of Section 35 Township L';  $225 per acre.
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 Sec. 3ti; $275 per acre.
40 Acres in Sec. 6; facing coast Mere-
dlan road; $275 per acre.
BUDDING ACTOR NEAR
TO   SWALLOWING   PORK
WANTED���ACREAGE IN BURNABY
suitable  for subdivision.    Reply to
Bona Fide." News Ofiice.	
���WANTED���SIX TO EIGHT ROOMED
cottage; fully modern; close in;
good location.- Write P. O. Box 176,
City. 	
*VANTED ��� A GOOD HUSTLER
knowing real estate business. Apply Room 4 and 5, Merchants Bank
building.	
WANTED���TO RENT ONE OR TWO
pleasant furnished rooms or small
furnished house by married couple.
Address A. B., this office.
STABLE MANURE HAULED AWAY
regularly, the whole year round.
Arrange with B. C. Nurseries, P. 0-,
City.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE���CHEAP FOR CASH. A
200-egg Petaluma incubator in good
condition.    Apply H. I., this office.
FOR SALE ��� WHITE LEGHORN
eggs; single comb; good strain; five
cents each. Samuel Wilkinson,
Sixth street, East Burnaby.
WIFE TOO ATHLETIC;
SPOUSE ASKS DIVORCE
Chicago, April 13.���Hammer throwing, hurling the discus, putting tho
stove ltd, and pitching the kerosene
lamp were athletic events in the family of John V. Nelson, which led to his
applying to Judge Chetlain for a divorce. Nelson was the object of the
athletic trials, according to his testi-
I mony.
j In the hammer throwing event the
I missile hurled by bis wifp struck bis
' pipe, which he was smoking by the
kitchen stove. He exhibted a gap in
his lower jaw which he said had been
occupied by an eye tooth before the
hammer was thrown. The occasion
was an athletic field day. according to
the husband's statements.
"She took the heating stove apart
and began to throw lt at me piecemeal," he told the court. "First she
threw the top, which weighed twenty
pounds. I dodged that. Afterward she
threw the stove lids, the stove shaker
and a large round mirror. Some of
the things hit me."
The event which concluded the day,
Nelson said, was pitching the lamp.
"It was flaming when she threw it,"
he said. "I managed to get out of
the way and It struck what was left
of the stove, exploded and set fire to
the bouse."
FOR SALE���TWENTY CORDS OF
wood.    Apply S. J. News Office.	
FOR QUICK SALE���34-FOOT PAN-
eled counter, with 3 foot solid fir
top ,at $2 per foot, Apply to Herbert
P. Vidal, Custom Broker, Market
Square, City.
FOR SALE���FOUR ROOMED COT-
tage; lot 50x132 cleared, fenced;
one block east of Twelfth Street
car. Price $1,400, terms. Apply,
Owner, 1024 Tenth Avenue.
VICTOR A. JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6, Guichon Building.
Phone  681
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOR RENT���ON TENTH STREET,
facing Moody square, 6 rooms
(W. C). Immediate entry. Apply
Smith, 1007 Sixtli avenue.
FARM TO RENT ��� TO RENT OR
lease by the month or year, small
farm at Sunbury, good house and
barn; easy terms. Apply K., this
office.
FOR  RENT.
TO LET���ONE NICELY FURNISHED
bedroom.   703 Agnes street.
TO LET���SIX-ROOMED COTTAGB.
Vacant May 1. Rent $23. Apply
221 Hartco street, evenings, between 6 and 7.
.FOR RENT���HOUSE AND FOUR
Lots in Burnaby, near car line.
Five rooms and bathroom, pantry,
etc. Rents $12 per month. May
lease for six monthe if teiant
suits. Apply to P. Peeblee, 620 Columbia Street.
rf*OR RENT���HOUSE AND 4 LOTS
in Burnaby, near car line, i rooms
and bath room, pantry, etc. Rents
for $12 per month. May lease for
6 months if tennent suits.
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 3��50
Guichon Hotel
Newest   and   Most   Up-to-Date   Hotel
in the City.
SURREY���Southwest \\ of Section 27
Township 2; price $90 per acre.
$55 per acre buys 160 acres of good
land on Great Northern railroad,
the southeast V�� of section 30. township 10, Langley. Known as the
Brockie place; 40 acres cleared;
house, barn, fruit trees, etc. A going concern.
SURREY���N.W. 1/4 of sec. 24, township 2; good soil and near Yale
road; $78 per acre, $4,4S0 cash; .,
12, 18 and 24 months .
SURREY���$400 per acre buys 120
acres on Hjorth road.
LULU   ISLAND.
East half of XI.;  3.16 acres.
349 Feet waterfront; $22 per foot.
Lot 41, Block 11, Four North Range,
Six W. 4. N. 6 W., Group 1; 5 acres.
$300 per acre.
Range   6,   Lot   16x17,   Sec.   32   East;
10 acres;  $300 per acre.
SURREY ���$650 an acre buys 4 12
acres on  tram  line  known  as  lots
7 and S in section 30, range 2 west.
SURREY���A fine subdivision or
ranch; 40 acres; the S.E. V4 Sec.
83, range 2, W.; price $350 per acre;
good terms.
SURREY���18 acres; 4 acres cleared;
facing on Townline road; lots 2 and
3 of N. E. 1-4 section 31, township
2;  price $350 per acre.
SURREY���3,000 feet of waterfrontage
containing 100 acres; price $21 per
front foot.
SURREY���20 acres, the south half
of northeast quarter of section 33,
range 2 west; $425 per acre, quarter cash.
SURREY���$160 per acre buys 40 acre*
of good land, the west half of the
northeast quarter of section 16,
township 2; good terms.
SURREY ��� $175 per acre buys 20
acres facing on Roebuck road;
known as Lots 10 and 11, Sec. 34,
Range 2 west.    Easy terms.
BURNABY���$100 caah and $15 per
month buys a flne large lot on Third
avenue, Burnaby, near city car line.
BURNABY.
3 Acres cleared; facing Hastings
road;  $3,750; 4-roomed house.
5 Acres in Block 7, D. L. 166 A, Group
i; $700 per acrgj on Byrne road.
7 Acres best fruit land, near Burnaby
lake; 3 minutes from car; with 6-
roomed house, fruir house, 2 fruit
cellars, 2 chicken runs, wells, stable; $16,500; terms.
BRENING   &   CO.
General  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
Rooms  5  and   6.
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets
Phone 686.
New York, April 13.���Instead of going on tlie vaudeville stage, Theodore
Jackson went to the Eastern District
hospital, Williamsburg. Jackson is 43
years old, and lives at 7!) Aleserole
street, Williamsburg.
Although only a modest shirt waist
maker he has had groat aspirations
to be a headliner on the "two-a-day"
circuit. For some time past Jackson
lias been practicing an act that be
believed tyould be a winner. Jackson
would stand with a fork stuck between his teeth while his son Walter
would burl fruit and vegetables at
him from long distances, and the man
would catch tho mlsselea on the prong
of the fork. The rehearsals continued
for some time, and Jackson thought
he was competent to fill vaudeville engagements.
Yesterday he had an open-air tryout
with sad results. Young Walter was
hurling apples and oranges, when one
rather fat and juicy apple missed. It
was also sent toward the father with
too much speed and hit the fork sideways. This resulted ln knocking the
fork almost down tbe father's throat,
while the fruit smashed into both of
the man's eyes.
It almost blinded him, knocked out
two of bis teeth and cut his lips. After the son took the fork oufl of his
father's mouth and the crushed apple
from his ryes, he escorted him to a
drug store where an ambulance was
summoned, as the actor was painfully
injured.
JEWS REGAir
M HOLY lj
Practical Progress OfZj0I
in Palestin^ Jerusaleni|
Now a Jewish Town,
London, April  13���DIs
Jerusalem tell ol remark^!
made  during  the  I TS^*
"!P "peopling ol PalestlBVJS!
iroelamatlon ol the
The
|ln  Turkey  threw   ,'; .'���i"tht?nslltl1
Palestine and led tc ai
flux of Jewish colonists "HSfH
duorj
''"wind*
MILLER & JEWHURST
Opposite City Hall.
Room 7 Thompson  Blk.        Phone 669
SURREY.
106 Acres, facing on Townline road,
3 1-4 miles from waterfront. Price
$100 per acre.
80 Acres in S. E. 1-4 Sec. 34, Tp. 8.
Price $80 per acre.
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 e. cellpnt land with house
and buildings, with 21 chains waterfrontage. Railway through property.    Price $8000, quarter cash.
160 acres nearby all cultivated, exc I-
l?nt land, waterfrontage North Arm,
near city.
40 acres, with waterfront. Sunbury.
Good terms.
The  east 80 acres of S.  W.  1-4 Sec.
32, Tp. S.    Price $75 per acre.
BURNABY���Two quarter acre lots
near Second street; an Ideal location; price $300 each; easy terms.
BURNABY���2 large lots near city car
line; price $250 each; one-fourth
cash, balance $10 per month.
COQUITLAM���Two and three-quarter
acres on Pitt rirer road, including
house, barn; running spring on property; on surveyed car line running
to mills;  price $1,750;  easy terms.
LANGLEY���On Surrey line, 80 acres,
the west 1-2 of S. E. 1-4 of section
34. township 8; price $80 per acre;
easy terms.
MATSQUI ��� A snap joining Aldergrove townsite; 23 acres; the N.W.
23 acres fronting on Yale road. A
fine subdivision. Price $115 pei)
acre; easy terms.
CITY���6 room modern house on large
lot on Fourth avenue and facing
city car line. A beautiful home.
Price $3,500; easy terms.
Scott Road���We have a number of 5
and II acre blocks; close ln and
right on car line from $200 per acre
up.
4 Acres close to Kennedy Station on
new car line. Price $1,350; $550
cash, balance fi, 12 and 18 months.
This ia splendid property, and is
increasing in value rapidly. Call
and see us about this if you want
to make money,
160 Acres in Section 24, Range 1 W.
Price $400 per acre; 1-4 cash, balance 6, 12 13 and 24 months.
North 40 acres In S. W. 1-4 Sec. 6,
N. R. 1 West. Price $200 per acre;
1-4 cash, balance fi, 12, 18 and 24
months.
4 1-2 Acres on Yale road; under cultivation and fenced. Price $1,050;
$300 cash, balance 6, 12, 18 and 24
months.
MILLER & JEWHURST
Opposite City Hall.
Room 7 Thompson Blk.       Phone 699
One   acre   waterfront,    quarter   mile
from Lulu Island bridge.
40   feet   waterfront,     three     minutes
from bridge.   $.'0 per foot.
Apply for terms.
A. G. MARSHALL,
Estate Office.
South Westminster Phone F507
KELLINGTON BROTHERS.
Corner Columbia  and   Begbie   Streets.
Phone 680.
6 Lots  in West  E id for $2,100.
Full   sized  lot   on   car   line   near  Sev
enth avenue;   $75o cash.
Kennedy  Subdivision  acreage  at  $225
per acre;   near tho tram line.
Surrey ��� 10 acres in section 34;
house, barn, and several acres
cleared;  [nice $375.
ready  settled  on  s
| lands of the country, e
,     In  Jerusalem  alum-    foUrji_ 1
the  population   now  belnn.  *���/
Jewish faith.    Large portjl"
round Lake Tiberias hav,- C*
up  from  poor natives anl?"-
into prosperous fartm     T|.��  _
[Sharon, between jaffn ������, 7*1
one vast garden, ,,���,���,, 31
by Jewish skill and J*
Hauran, one of the mosi f, ltii ,j
districts  in  the  world, is    ,!"
[being sold to Jewish syndicate?
, Almost the whoi,,. ,lf ,..'. ....
Plain of Eedraelon has un3
up by lews. Their prosperous ��3
spread   fro,,,   Dan  to  Be, f
even further south to the m_
of Egypt. Thousands are el
from Persia to find shelter Jit
lection in the Holy Land,whI)eJ
ship from Odessa carrle -
them.
The   Jordan    Valley,   ��� j
porty of the ex-Sultan Abdul n_|
is being eagerly sought after
Jewish capitalists. The Zionists vlw
agents are distributed all over*
land, are buying up the rich 1,���.
ties of the Mohammedan i.^d
whose Incomes since the    .-volutlj
! have lessened.
I    At Jaffa, Tiberias, Safed and Hal.
.(Mount Carmel)    Jews are rectal
I by   tens  of   thousands.    Towns [jj
iKaniotb-O'ead, Bethlehem,  Naar.
and 0 .a, where a few years ago il
Je"   oared  show his face, have" col
'i.eir Jewish quarters and synagogttf
I The whole city of Jerusalem is e
Bentially a Jewish town. Ranking l
well as trade und commerce Is am
Ipollzed by Jews.   The governmeitU
found It necessary to organize a co]
I pany of Jewish gendarmes.
Hundreds   of   thousands of pounl
are annually sent from   Europe aJ
I America to enable   the colonist] t|
j build homes,    hospitals,   schools;
'Invalid homes. Over one twin
Jewish schools already exist li Jera
. salem alone.   Synagogues  an risinI
I up everywhere.
!,    Tlyo  value   of  the land  lias t\.l
! fourfold. The Ignorant and poveffl
stricken fallal,-.-a (peasants) are M
Ing ousted  from thfir homes nnd vi]
; In. es by the European Jew s-etila
whose modern agrli iltural lmplemewj
and methods have made 11 e land prol
[dues harvests never dreamed of b. SB
natives. The Anglo-Palestln mjWj
a Zionist banking and commercWMj
terprlse, is pushing the causeofft-f
rael with energy.
Some very good lots in Sapperton;
near tram line and school; below
market   value.    Suburban   1   and   2.
vkellTngto1^roth^
Corner Columbia and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
Pearl Weighs 187 Grains.
Xew York, April 13 -An American!
pearl welbging 1K7 grains has arriwJl
in New York from White river, MH
The gem is u beautiful pink in color I
and is valued at $20,000 by Maiden]
Lane appraisers.
Cafe Adjoins.     First Class Service.
Columbia  St. New Westminster.
Phone 18.
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
for cue or two ladles, close to car.
615 Hamilton street, city.
FOR    EXCHANGE���FIVE    ROOMED
House and lot in Vancouver, v-ilue
$2000,  for  house   and   lot  In   New
Westminster.     Apply,     Box   P.   R.
. News Office.
FOR FIRST CLASS
JOB PRINTING
GO to the
ARROW PRESS
739  FRONT  ST.,  WINDSOR   BLOCK
DroDrietress. Mrs. M. Dominy.
REWARD
Fifty ($50.00) dollars will be paid
"Ior information that will secure the
���conviction of the preson or persons
���who damaged shade trees on Blackford street, or of any person damaging bouleva.rds in the city.
By order, W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
^City Hall, March 29, 1910.
J. W. PAY
LANMCAPE tARDENER.
Twesty years experlMee at lawas,
bonlerartfe, settlag, grading and
pruning at all kladi. Satisfaction
guaranteed.    Orltrt solicited.    Apply
KELLINGTON BROS.
Begbie Street.
A. Q. MARSHALL
South Westminster Phone F507
Acreage  and   half  acres;   near  tram.
Easy terms.   South Westminster.
Five  and  two acre  blocks  and    cutoffs.    Easy terms.
We will buy two city lots close to
car line���must be market prices and
easy terms.
WILSON, COOK  ��  CO.
Office:   Northern   Crown   lank   Bldg.
Grauni Floor.
Phene  �����.
Open Evenings fer Your Benefit.
TENDERS
Tenders solicited for repairing and
remeTiag Bt. Patrick's ball. Plans
and speciioeMeni een be seen at St.
Louis eollegs, A. L. Lareiy aad
Small aad Baeklin's office.
Tenders to be extended to April
16,  1910.
FATHER O'BOTLE.
35 City Lots. Scott Road station.
$150, third cash, balance 6, 12, and
18 months.
15 Acre farm; well stocked and in
good cultivation; with furniture
and equipment.   Easy terms.
120  Acres;   $200 per acre;   close in.
Good terms.
15 Acres; all under crop; 6 cows,
horses and equipment; $3000; $2000
cash, remainder on terms.
132 Feet oi Colombia 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.
Bank of Montreal
H8TAB14SH8D HIT.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches tbronghoat Canada and
Newfoundland, and In London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
*nnum (present rate).
TotnT. Assets over $168,000,000.00.
MEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eight* St and   Fifth A rente
PHONE 17a
Here's Another Chance
terday's is sold.
Large Lot on 1st Street between Third
and Fourth Avenues, facing Queens
Park. Price $2,000, one-third Cash,
balance 6 and 12 months.
Builder's or Speculator's Bargain
$2000 cash will handle these 6 lots with
modern 8 room house in that beautiful
residential district bounded by Pine st.,
4th ave. and 3rd st.   Price $10,000.   .   .
NATIONAL FINANCE C(X
LIMITED
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Curtis Block 657 Columbia St.
Phone 515
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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Goods
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Columbia Street���665
l^lfestminster, B.C.
PUTTING MILLIONS
IN COAL OUI WEST
PAGE THREE.
Immense Coal Areas West of
Edmonton Are Being Developed by Big Interests.
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iw and   Second-Hand    Furni-
ture Bought  and   Sold
|e���;s for   Baynes'   Carriages
Ind Capital   Milk   Separators
X turned over
��� Spokane m
|econd-Hand    Bicycles
$10  to   $25.00
from
GENERAL   REPAIRING
Front Street
Phone 275
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ieral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
,HENLEY
lEW WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
���hone 13. Office. Eighth St.
THE MEALS AT THE
ytton Hotel
fit prepared by eipert white
��Vs ta toe cleanest and most
m~ titcheTQ   in  the  city.
[MEM TICKET   $4.50
hby Electric Works
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Pic Light surpasses the Coal Oil
. tod Gas. Costs less and gives
table.   See us about the lighting
phouse in Btore.
Columbia St. phone 304
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oney
Edmonton, April 13.���The develop-
ment within the next few years ot the
Illimitable coal areas west of Edmonton will he on a scale so enormous
as to astound the whole of Canada. A
forecast of this development is found
in the great financial interests which
have succeeded In securing control of
Coal property.
Carruthers & Round, the Edmonton
firm ln which James Carruthers, the
great Montreal grain merchant, is the
senior member, are reported to bave
sold u large hlock of leasehold coal
land on Kiddle Creek, which Is in
Jasper National Park, and situated
four miles from the main line of the
Grand Trunk Pacific. This coal was
;r to Andrew Laidlaw, the
illllonalre, who was In the
city recently, and who secured an option on It, which he turned over to
Montreal Interests, A party of 12
men win leave the city on Saturday
to commence the preliminary development work on this property.    Prank
B, Smith, of this city, has been retained by this syndicate as consulting
engineer.
M. J. O'Brien's Syndicate.
The Yellowhead Pass Coal and Coke
company, which has a claim on the
Embarras river, 17 miles south of the
main line of the Q.T.P., and to which
the railway company ls to run a spur
line, has now between thirty und forty
men at work uncovering the coal
seams. This company has already
sent In seven carloads of machinery.
Heading this syndicate is M. J. O'Brien, of Renfrew, a millionaire who
made Uls fortune In Cobalt. The Edmonton people interested are Gordon
and   Leslie Jackson   and   F.   Stanley. '
C. II. Colgrove, of Denver, Is the engineer in charge.
Little   Pembina  River  Claim.
The Pacific Pass Coal & 'Coke com-
| pany, headed by C. M. Hayes, president of the Grand Trunk Pucliic, and
! L. H. Qreenshlelds, of Montreal, have
I up to the present spent over a quar-
11er of a million dollars in development
j work and contemplate large addition-
' al expenditures this year.    This com-
I pany is capitalized at $5,oou,ot)0   and
I,has  disposed  of   .2,000,000  worth ot
1 bonds.    A  party  of  twenty-four  men
I were   engaged   during   all   last   suiu-
! mer   under   William   Landstreet,    of
I New York, the most noted mining en- ;
I gineer   ln    America.     This   property |
; is situated on the Little Pembina rlv-1
! er, forty miles south of Thornton, on
the Grand Truuk Pacific.
The  Western Pacific Coal  &  Coke'
company,   whose  property   ls  on  the
Brazeau river, a few miles from the
|Canadian Northern's 20,000 acres, have
I not commenced developing work, but
: l,\ive ,6old a large block of stock ln
'the east.    The company is capitalized
at $2,000,000.
Sold to English Syndicate.
II.   M.   B.   Kvans,  who  returned to
! the city from the old country yester-
I day afternoon, ls reported to have sol 1
| to  an  English syndicate 10,000 acres
i of freehold coal situated on the Grand j
I Trunk Pacific at Entwistle.    This   is I
an exceptionally fine quality of coal, I
I and with the exception of the claim of
I the   Western Timber and Mines company, is the only freehold coal located west of Edmonton.
The difference in freehold and leasehold coal ls the difference in the regulations of the Department of   the
Interior.    Coal    located    four    years
a;^o, as this coal  was,    is    freehold.
Since that time the regulations have
been   changed   and   coal   claims  may
now only be leased from the Dominion
government for a period of twenty-one
years.    Furthermore, the claim must
be developed or the lease ls cancelled.
Means   Much   to   Edmonton.
With  the great coal areas of   the
western country in the hands of such
I well established financial interests it
| is declared that the coal development
I which will take place simultaneously
I with   the   operation   of     the     Grand
I Trunk Pacific will equal, lf not over-
| shadow,  the coal    industry    in    the
! Crow's Nest Pass district In the south
of the province.    The expenditure of
j immense sums of money in this Indus-
I try means much to Edmonton,    lt is
doubtful If the city has a proper realization of just how much it does mean.
SURREY
PROPE
Is the Cream of Investments
17 large lots situated in the choicest part of Surrey, South Westminster-The ideal suburban homesite.
Price $150 per lot. Must be sold
en block; adjoining property is
s riling at $250 per lot.
The Above is a Money Maker
SCOTT ROAD
" The Gateway of the Delta"
160 acres in section 25.   155 acres in section 18.
165 acres in section 18.   120 acres in section 12.
All the above are on the Scott Road and the
prices range from $110 to $150 per acre.
See us for full particulars.
List With Uf. We Are Sure Sellers.
E. J. FADER
Northern Crown Bank Building. Phone 295
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A Good
A block of 10 lots in Sapperton.   Price $225 per lot.    One
third cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
A block of 18 full sized lots in
Burnaby, beautiful view.
$450 each. Terms to suit the
purchaser. Sold singly or en
f    block
We have Buyers for Houses in all
parts of the city.   Owners apply to
Ihe British Canadian Securities
Company, Limited.
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
fl     Office:    The Dominion Trust
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Martin & Emery Co.'s Complete    Production of the World's Greatest
Operatic Sensation
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Music by Victor Herbert
Book by Henry Blossom   * J
Presented   With   Every   Detail as Characterized Its Unparalleled En- j Jj
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FRIEND    ALWAYS
1. ,        rl'osit your money for
lrn? In Tho Hank of Toronto
��� *" |l(1 safe while you leave
ul "il;ly when you need it,
and lt win be
WITheTime
iC"n,i r��r you three per cent-
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y be deposited at any time.
80   BRANCHES
I " Ontario,   Quebec   and   the
West.
Capital
"est
..4,000,000
. 4,750,000
fenkofToronto
w Westminster, b. c.
branch
J- Gracey, Mgr.
TO   WASHTUB,   PARSONS!
That
Is, If Necessary to Pay Your
Debts, Counsels Bishop.
Mlddletown, Conn., April 131���Bishop
David li. Moore, receiving eight young
ministers into full membership of the
New York East conference of the
Methodist church, said to them:
"In spite of small salaries and slow-
paying church treasurers keep your
bills paid even If you have to eat two
meals a day and wash your own collars.
"You have all taken a solemn promise not to smoke. Smoking Itself Is
not a capital crime, but it becomes so
when by doing It you violate your solemn promise."
i PHILLIPS!
In Various Sizes to Suit the Requirements of Everyone.
i 60-    -   SIXTY PEOPLE-   -
�� Including
|    BERT O. SWOR as CON KIDDER
_ FRANKER WOODS as KID-CONNOR   ��
I The Famous Dutch Kiddies
A Beauty Chorus of Forty-40
Special Augmented Orchestra |
VICTOR HERBERT'S SONG HITS���
The Streets of New York, Every Day Is Ladies' Day With Me, Because You're 'You, Whistle It, Go While the Goin's Good, Mignonette,
A Widow Has Ways, Good-a-Bye, John, The Isle of Our Dreams,
You Never Can Tell About a Woman, I Want You to Marry Me.
Seat Sale Opens Monday, 11th.
NEW
WESTMINSTER    LAND    DISTRICT.
BASS HATCHERIES.
Toronto. April 13.���A deputation
headed by W. S. Brewster, M.P,P., of
Brant, waited upon Hon. Dr. Reaume,
minister of public works, this morning
to find out what steps had been aken
toward establishing bass hatcheries in
Bran county. The minister Informed
he deputation that the department
vas at work upon the matter and that
lb "fore long he expected to be able to
hive a provincial hatchery for bass in
'�����f.tmn The department, he said.
hPad beenrenflng ponds from the city
'of Brentford, but is now planning to
acaulreTpiece of land which can be
, turned Into a pond.
Size:     22 in.     24 in.       26 in.
Price: $2.50 $2.75    $3.00
M. J. PHILLIPS I
Tke Wardrobe Clothier
Columbia Strept
New Westminster, B.C.
Eight roomed house, barn and three
acres of good pasture land to rent on
new Yale road; about fifty yards from
bridge approach. $25 per month. Apply to W. J. Kerr.
A further consignment of the world's
best typewriters has Just arrived. Call
and see them at 746 Columbia street,
three doors from the B. C. E. Ry car
station. ������
District  of   New  Westminster.
Take notice that the Pitt River Lumber Company, Limited, a body corporate, having Its head office at the
City of New Westminster, intends to
apply for permission to lease the following described lands: ���
Comniencinfi at a post planted on
the westerly shore of Pitt river at
Its Intersection with the northerly
stde of the Canadian Pacific Railway
company's right-of-way, thence, following the westerly shore of Pitt river In a northeasterly direction seven
thousand eight hundred (7,800) feet,
more or less, to a witness post planted on said shore to locate the moat
northerly corner of the Pitt River
Lumber Company, Limited, booming
site; thence at right angles to said
shore a distance of about three hundred and fifty (350) feet to the said
northerly corner of booming site, said
point being two hundred (200) feet
from low water mark of said shore;
thence southwesterly and two hundred (200) feet from said fow water
mark seven thousand eight hundred
and thirty (7,830) feet, more or less,
to the southwesterly corner of said
booming site; thence northwesterly
to point of commencement; and containing sixty (CO) acres, more or less.
THE PITT RIVER LUMBER COMPANY, LIMITED.
T. W. Gray, Agent.
Dated at the City of New Westminster. B. C, this 28th day of February, A. D. 1910.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple screw, 14,900 tons.
S.S. MEGANTIC���
Twin   screw,    14,900   tons.
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largest   and   most   modern,
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For Rates and Tickets Apply to
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NEW WESTMINSTER
LAND ACTS.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
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THE      DAILY NEWS
New Westmister Land District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLennan, of Vancouver, British Columbia,
occupation contractor, intends to apply for permission to purchase then
following described lands:
I Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of the island situ-
late about four (4) chains from Timber limit No. 38733, thence northerly
and westerly and southerly and easterly around the shore at low tide
| to place of commencement, containing;:
four acres, more or less.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN-
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March 17, 1910. . .
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, APR|L
14' 1910,
The Daily News Pulp Wood Order
Annoys Americans
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ins Company, Limited, at their offices.
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Streets.
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LEES LIMITED
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THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1910.
'FRUIT   GROWING  AND   CO-OPERA-
ATION.
It seems to be exceedingly difficult
Jto convince the fanners and fruit
-growers of this province of tlie sterling advantages of co-operation. Time
aHer time we have ourselves dealt
with this important subject, and we
aiotice that our excellent contemporary, the Fruit Magazine, is treating it at length each month. Now
cornea the potent advocacy of Mr. j
W. E. Scott, the deputy minister of
agriculture, who, the other day, ad- j
dressed some pertinent observations I
to a meeting of farmers and orchard-
ists in the Kettle valley. Ho pointed
out that whilst there was no country
In the world that could command such
a good market, for iis fruits as British Columbia, yet to secure this it
���was necessary for the growers to co-
���oporatc in the handling of their crops
:and to ship their product as one.
That is Just the point. The individual grower must become merged
.in the combination, which as a centre, can command the market and
save to the producer all the various
Stems of expenditure, such as grading, freight, commission and so on,
-which he as an individual must bear.
.Not only so, but the regulation of
���quantity
Jbhiation
the  Dominion,  the  Initial
which, ii was believed, wou
rexL month.
Thai the decision of Quebec is destined to benelit Canadian labor is tlie
general belief of the Washington officials. Ultimately they think it will
result in the establishing of pulp factories In the province.
However, the amount of pulp coming from tlie Quebec crown lands is
not very considerable. Last year the
importation of the United States from |
Quebec was 1 000,000 cords, of which
; 130,000 were cut from crown lands.
The order-in council, soon to be is-
', sued, will not affect the exportation I
of timber from private lands.    There
are (i.000 quarter-miles of crown lands I
j in  the province of Quebec of  wllich
! American  interests, the  International
Paper company and the Berlin Paper ;
! mills, lease o;   rent more  than  half, j
; Injudiciation of their rights under the.|
] new order of things will  be a (pies- I
tion    for    the    state    department    to
take up,
BLAME   MINTO.
Viceroy Declared Too Lenient to Cope
With  Seditous  India.
London, April 13.���"Apropos of government    resignations    and    appointments,"  says  the  London  Bystander,
"Anglo-Indians   are   anxiously   await-
! ing    the    announcement    that    some
| 'strong man' is to be sent to succeed
the   present   viceroy���Lord    Minto���
I whose   Indiscriminate   and   wholesale
! pardoning  of  seditious   native  would
I appear to have had already the most
I disastrous results. '   ���
"A letter from Madras indicates that
j serious  trouble is brewing.    The na-
i tives  openly  insult  Europeans,  even
' spitting at them ln the streets.   Eng-
j lish women, the terrors of the mutiny
I never  absent  from  their  minds,  are
doing pistol practice, sleep with loaded revolvers under their pillows, and
and quality, wllich the com-1 carry one always upon them."
can  control
I
We are pleased to announce the arrival
GLOBE-WERNICKE
SANITARY DESKS
Office Cabinets, Library
Units and Fixtures
So long delayed in the mountains.
They   Will te  Open and ON   SALE   BY   FRIDAY
The New Quick-Folding Go-Carts on Sale Thursday
Vv e are unpacking and arranging in stock the big assortment
of fine Carpets, Rugs, and Mats that came Monday.
" WE FURNISH YOUR HOME COMPLETE "
LEES LIMITED
Successors to  Lee's Furntiure Emporium.
Phone 73 716718 Columbia st. New
Westminster
means  the  se-
-curing of far better prices than any
one man acting alone can hope to get.
There   is   an   almost   inexhaustible
market demand for the fine fruit of
DISTINGUISHED HUNTER IS
COMING   TO   THE   COAST
Nelson, April 13.���The distinguished
hunter, F. C. Selous, the man who
, blazed the trail for the Roosevelt
this province, as was pointed out by | hunting party in Africa, will probably
Mr. Metcalf, the government market pass through Nelson shortly. Mr. Se-
commissioner,  at  the  same  meeting. I Ious, who is a first cousin of Harold
Beyond the large demand in the province itself, the prairie provinces,
where thc people are great fruit con-
aumers, can take all the fruit which
British Columbia can produce for
znany years to come. At the present
Aime the markets in the middle west
are taking fifty per cent, of their sup-
iply from the United States, thirty-
five per cent, from Ontario, and only
fifteen per cent, from British Columbia. British Columbia fruit is in high
favor on the prairies, says Mr. Metcalf, and just as soon as our province
Is able to supply fruit in sufficient
quantities to make it worth the while |
���at the large dealers there to handle j
it, they will be buying all the fruit j
���we have for export.
But here again comes In the virtue ,
<of centralized 'effort. The prairie j
markets are not going to be captured :
toy a grower here and there shipping
a few old crates of fruit from time
to time. The produce must bo care- I
fully graded, well and honestly packed,
regularly shipped and go out In car-1
loads at a time. Only by co-operation
.can this be accomplished. The advantages of combination among agrl- j
/cultural producers has long been acknowledged and acted upon in Denmark, Ireland, England, California
and other places. When will the fruit
growers of British Columbia, or even
.���of the Fraser valley recognize, the unquestionable merits of this system?
Selous, mayor of Nelson, landed in
New York on Friday from the Maure-
tania. He ls on his way to Vancouver on private business, but expects
to be able to get back to Europe to
see his hunting friends while the festivities are still on there.
Mr. Selous has been known for the
last generation as a noted hunter on
his own account, and he expects to
go back to the African jungle after
the present Roosevelt excitement is
over. Mayor Selous has not heard
from his cousin since he landed, but
he expects that he may drop into
Nelson ln the course of his Pacific
travels.
PRINCE RUPERT ASSESSMENT
FIXED AT $14,000,000
Prince  Rupert, April  13.���Although
Arthur Cuthbert has not yet completed   his  calculations, the   approximate
i total   assessment   for   Prince   Rupert
j will be more than $11,000,000.
Approximately there  is  a standing
I population of 2,289, and it is figured
that the transient population will be
about one thousand.
Mr. O.uthbert has been busy on the
work since February, and is now
j Hearing the completion of the task.
I The figures may be taken as official
j and will doubtless offer a contrast
; to tho great majority of Canadian
| cities and towns. In Regina, for example, a year or so ago, with a popu-
| lation of 15,000, the assessment was
i .7,500,000.
KNOX'S SON  IS NOT
ASKING  RECONCILIATION
Washington, April 13.���Secretary
Knox declared yesterday that his son,
Philander C. Knox, Jr., who recently
eloped from a preparatory school in
Providence, R. I., with Miss May Boiler, of that city, had not come to this
city as reported, to ask for a reconciliation, and was not expected.
HALLEY'S COMET
IS   DUE
ON   FRIDAY
POULTRY AND FRUIT.
Among the suggestive hints and
valuable advice tendered by Mr. Scott
to the Kettle Valley farmers, was one
in regard to the benefit of poultry
keeping OH the fruit farms and ranches
in this province. Fruit and poultry
raising should go hand in hand, as
Mr. Scott said, for they will work to
mutual advantage. To the beginner,
���who is establishing a fruit ranch, the
poultry will be furnishing a means of
living whilst his trees are growing.
Either on the newly planted or hearing orchard the fowls running over
the land through the fall and winter
��� will keep the land clear of insect
pests, which are inseparable ' fi/jm
fiuit fanning, and thus save a con-
isiderable loss from their ravages.   At
the  same  time  they  will  be  adding 	
���quite a lot to the fertility of the soil I Boston   Woman   Finds   Rich   Brother
in   Paper's   Alaskan   Scene.
South   Norwalk,  tfonn.,   April  13.���
| Through a newspaper picture of Alaskan life, Mrs. Wlllliam A. Devlne, of
Boston, lias discovered a brother, Ml-
Washlngton, April 13.���Friday, April
IB, at lu o'clock in the morning, will
be the earliest time at which it will
be worth while trying to see Halley's
comet with the aid of the naked eye,
it was said today at the Georgetown
university observatory.
During April and the early part of
May the comet will bo visible in the
east lefcie sunii.e a few dcp(rei*,s.
north of east. By May 17 it will be
too nearly in line with the sun to be
seen in the morning, but from then
on it will appear in the west in the
evening. On May 20 it will set two
hours after the sun, with the interval
growing longer each night.
REUNITED BY PICTURE.
i>y   their   excreta.    Fowl   manure   Is
<one of the most valuable owing to its
.high percentage of nitrogen.   To prove
��this a man has only to cultivate and
plant an old hen run.   The immediate I chael Dolan, whom she thought dead,
result   will   show   him   the  value   of'hut who Is a millionaire and willing
poultry as a fertilizing agency. Apart
.from all this, however, and considered
'���only as an industry by itself, poultry
raising is one of the most profitable
pursuits. To the man or woman of
intelligence it ia also easy and
pleasant.
Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you
jfree * cake of their famous Plan toi
4pUet   -;>:.>., if i-ou mention  this paper
to share his wealth with her.
The picture was taken by Charles
A. Taylor of this city and used by
him to illustrate an article in the Boston Globe. Mrs. Devlne, who became
separated from her brother more than
twelve years ago, recognized him in
the picture of a man in an auto, and
learned from Mr. Taylor that it was
taken in Skagway, advertised in the
Alaskan town and got ln correspondence with Dolan.
Now she is about to join his there
to make her home with him.
B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading
Co.
f\ T^ J'1.3 ^Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster
Box  13/
See the
Latest in
Ladies
Waists
New Arrivals in-
Ladies' Blouses
AND
Children's Dresses
a. j. haWrcH
The White House 617 Columbia Street
Manufacturing Sites
WATERFRONTAGE   AND    TRACKAGE	
We have a number of these, but we want our list extended so
that we can suit all comers.
We are specializing in these	
We have choice residential sites at Edmonds, f!fixlC5 feet. Price
$250; 1-4 cash, balance fi, 12 and 18 months. Five cent car fare
and water system, etc.
Nothing better in the country.
PATTERSON COMPANY
657 Columbia St., and at Edmonds.
Phone  F208.
DO YOU KNOW
Some people
That  we
do not.
are
Sherwin  Williams
Co's Agents
So if you want to know
about their products call
at
KIRK'S HARDWARE
Columbia Street
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The daintiest and most attractive showing of Ladies' Waists I
awaits your inspection. You'll be astonished at the excluslveness ofl
this collection, and delighted with the lovely creations that have justl
come to hand. Smart tailored waists ln a pleasing collection ofl
white and striped effects. Lingerie Waists, embroidered and tuckedI
styles in charming variety, and elaborate Net and Silk Waists.
exclusive styles that will especially appeal to stylish dressers. Prices J
to suit long or short pocketbooks.   Call and Inspect them.
More Curtain Muslins, etc]
Just new in today. "Prettier than ever," will be the verdict whenl
you see these late arrivals. Cream Madras in a wide range of de-1
signs in self color and three-tone patterns. Fancy Casement Cloth
cream with stripe and also with colored designs, Colored Cable)
Nets and Venetian Scrim ln a large assortment of colorings. From]
25c to    $1.25 i
Art Muslins, 1 Oc. a yard
Exceedingly pretty designs in this inexpensive Muslin.   Good ci
orings, well printed, and excellent   value  at   the   price.    Also extra)
wide, Flowered Art  .Muslin, in Green, Green and Blue and Green and j
Pink combination; 38 inches wide.    Per yard   	
Colored Table
Cloths $ 1.25 per yard
Turkey Red with various light designs; reversible. The washing
qualities of these cloths Is well known to all.   Good large size. $125
Turkey Red Damask, with light colored or green design, spot or
dice pattern;   58 inches wide.  Per yard   	
75c 1
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Perhaps your appetite Is a little sluggish In the morning? Then
pTakfast at the "ROYAL CAFE"���Everything is so clean and dainty,
and the food so delicious and appetising that you're certain to enjoy
It.    Prices are moderate, too.
THE ROYAL CAFE
Seabold & Jones, Props. Dominion  Trust Block.
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��� to car line, on one full sized lot,
$3000 for the two, 1-3 cash, balance
6,12 and 18 months. These houses
could rent for $15 each per month.
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650 Columbia Street. Phone 596
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THE DA1LV NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
PARTING NEW I
Sail season
pTS IN EAST TODAY
L Teams Begin Strug-
' {or World Champion-
Kip in Eastern States.
\.tk April 13.���Alter a num-
, -llitlon   .anies,  not  one  of
["'jit" u'sl tlH? leal mellle
f**Lt teams composing the
P&ball leagues, Ihe play-
1 ^V are travelling today,
le happy batting grounds
llW begins the struggle
THREE LACROSSE LEAGUES
IN VICTORIA THIS SEASON
Capital   City   to   Revive   Interest
National   Sport���Organization   Meet
ing   Was   Enthusiastic.
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jeball championship of lino.
two New   ��ork  teams,  the
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| in whom ce
litre the chief hopes
;tejel)all fans,  begin the  sea-
me enemy's country at Bos-
L Highlanders, however, open
I ,.n iit home, and already prep-
ions', e being made for a record
hhj attendance.
he sixteen teams wlll face off as
1 National.
i witli New York at Boston.
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Victoria, April 13.���Under most satisfactory tind enthusiastic auspices,
the 191Q lacrosse season was ushered
in last night at the Eagles hall, where
one of the largest lacrosse meetings
Victoria has ever known, took place.
The result of a long consultation
was the decision to open lists for three
series of games ln the city, the senior,
Intermediate and the Junior leagues,
and also to have a representative team
to go to the mainland and play in the
B, C. League matches.
Skene Lowe, president of the B, C.
League, occupied the chair, and was
elected lion, president of the Victoria j
Lacrosse   League.    Ile  was presented |
with  a gold  locket by  the    players,
through   11.   Dallas   llelmcken,  K.  C.
vice-president of the club, as a mark of', Bourne, who held 2f.,��>0U feet, and Mr.
appreciation for his past services to i Wilkes, who owned the remainder. W.
the game. 'J   Kerr has been averaging a sale of
Delegates and officers were elected, i thirty acres a day since Monday on
Delegates, who will attend the B. C. [the "Cherryvale" subdivision, at $150
Westminster Sat-
Paint   that   will   cover   better ���look
bright   longer��� ami  last nearly twice
g as ordinary paints.    Paint that will not
cheek, nor crawl���if common sense guides
'it.    Paint it took 17 years to perfect by
; enough of one special ingredient.
oney's-worth paint���that's   the   idea!
It's   in  every can of M-L Pure
Paints.   Made in 40 colors for all
paint users by Imperial Varnish ���
& Color Co., Limited, of Toronto
ANDERSON & LUSBY
Canadian Northern
Townsite
"Right in amongst it."
Agents for New West
minster and District.
Lot 14 in Section 211���Five acres on
Hl-Jorth Road; $3,000; 1-2 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Realty Business
is Again Active
(Continued From Page One.)
, Parson's channel at a healthy figure.
[The   property   was   owned   by   W.   C.
at
Louis
With
It'.:.
Pittsburg  at  Ht.
dnnatl with Chicago at
York
American,
with    Boston
League meeting
llrday  night, are:    Leo. Sweeney and
R. Owens.    They will look after the
(interests   of   the   representative   Vlc-
Clncin-' toria senior team when the schedule
ls being drawn up.
per acre.
The same firm disposed of a 200-
acre farm at Langley at $75, and a
100-acre farm at $80 per acre.
Mr, Desmond, of Petaluma, Cal.
owns   property   here,   has   been
at
with   Philadelphia,   at
who
pur-
Three city teams are entered in the j chasing on his own account as well
^'t,w league:    North Ward,   Victoria West > as laying out a little capital for some
land Cloverdale.    It is rumored there  of his  California friends.    Yesterday
fasfcington  witn   rnii��#e ipuia   ai  w\\\ be two other teams out but they  he   bought  acreage  near  the   Model
jbington. have not yet shown up. farm.
JDemnt with Cleveland at Detroit. Tnc officers elected for the season      .Messrs.   Wilson   &   Cook   sold   the
'v_..go with St. Louis at Chicago.      are as follows;    Hon. president, Skene  S,  W. quarter section ot lot 2D, con-
rTle impression made by tbe Giants jj0we;  hon. vice-presidents, Alderman  talng 160 acres, to a Vancouver Arm
ie game with   Yale   and  subse-1 ]luss  number and H. D. Helmcken; ,for .100 per acre,   lt lies on the Yale
���iy in their games with the Btrong president, E. Christopher;    first vice-! road.   Options were taken out on two
m lea.ue   team    representing president,  D. S.  Talt;  second    vice-
|��rk has been very favorable. | president, T. Hutchinson;  third vice-
jle New York  Nationals  have  In president,  Stanley  Okell;    treasurer,
past been  handicapped  by  lack]Le0i    Sweeney;    secretary,   John P.
Sweeney. It was then decided that
the executive would be added to by
two members representing each club
entering In the league. Those entered
up to date are: North Ward, J. DakerB,
W. Blake; Victoria West, P. Wilson,
Geo. Okell; Cloverdale, F. Julien and
R. Owens.
  I road  were  disposed of by  them for
UMPIRES ARE PICKED ! *6-5  to  Vancouver  men.    Two  Bur-
FOR OPENING GAMES  11:lb>'   lots   on   First  avenue  changed
-���  hands at  $350.    Nine  acres  on   the
New    York,    April    13.-Presldent' S(-'ott road near the tlum line wont 1��
Lvnch.of    the National league, today j Vancouver at  $200 per acre,
assigned his umpires for tomorrow's!    H. H- ^nnie sold 40 acres at Port
contests.     At   Boston   Rlgler   will  be  Kells t0 a Vancouver firm at $lo0 per
behind the plate and Emslie on bases, acre, adjoining the station.
have  in|
by   lack '
liwdbase running.   This deficiency I
year has ln some measure been
��� tne,  In Uevere and Becker, Mc-j
I.  has two  speedy  base  runners
iriom much is expected.   These,
iMerkle and Doyle, are expected
\f\x( good accounts of themselves.
SAGE   ADVICE.
other sections in Its vicinity. They
also sold several lots on Sixth avenue,
Burnaby, at prices varying from $275
to $300. 1
The National Finance company also ,
Important Sale!
Under instructions from Mr6. Bar-
net, of New Westminster, I will offer
for sale at the residence,
303 Third Avenue, New
Westminster, B. C.
Thursday Next
Commencing at 10 a. m.    ���
The contents of this beautifully furnished    house,    supplied    throughout
I from   Jenkins,   of Toronto,   the   well
, known antique dealer.
The   following   are
i more important items:
Antique English dining room suite,
i consisting  of   artistic   buffet,     extra
board   extension   table;   eight  dining
' chairs, china cabinet, all in mahogany,
' in  perfect  condition,  of graceful  design and splendid workmanship; very
beautiful    Sheraton    roll   head    bed,
dressing table, candle  table, rocking
chair and chest of drawers, all in ma-
jhegany;  antique mahogany tea table,
chairs, ottoman, centre  table, daven-
80 Acres in Section 21-
TERMS.
-$450
10-Acre block on Main Road-
acre.
an acre.
-$475 an
12 Two-acre blocks in Section 30,
Block 5, N. R. 2 West. B. C. E. Ry.
runs through und close to these blocks.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
THE  SURREY  SPECIALISTS.
Phone 85.-628 and 746 Columbia St.
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port, etc., together with other high
class furniture, all In perfect condition.
gy.l of  Alerts   Team   Told   How
Tney Should  Act  on   Field,
pte Alerts   Baseball   club   held   a
BS'.K last   night  to  discuss  plans
lot tie Miilng  season.    There   was
idlollj no business transacted, all
iV.xtk-ing taken up with discus-
Wtm ot lie selection    of    different
IjIIijhs, toe  for  practices,  grounds,
w
Vtajn Turner handed out some
lw_ &��iu\)i>Mt conduct on the Held.
1 He k..���.,:���., game had been hurt
lias: yew ty too much rag chewing
[ on ihe field. at A reminded the play-
\trn (isl then would be a captain
oo/j say all that was necessary
I$0 He umpire. The main thing was
I to play the game, and if a wrong
Idecision vas handed down the only
j thing to do wa;-. to grin and bear it,
lis the umpire had a hard job, which
j he did not pet paid for, and was liable
(sometimes to make mistakes.
He wanted the players to keep their
I places on the bench while their side
I Ms at bat, sn they would be ready
|tobat vhen their names were called.
I not think it right that when a
Iter's turn came to bat he should
j tare tn be called from centre field
[there ho was talking to some friends,
the grand stand, where he
I'is talking over the game or some-
lm else with his best girl.
1Those present, took In these remarks
I'll attention and seemed to be in
fltor of them as a theory.
They nil seemed to think that thc
l*wts stood a good chance of landing
1* championship and the cup that
Rowers have offered for
in the  city  league.
had   calls   for   Langley  property  and
disposed of 80 acres for a Vancouver
syndicate  at  $80  per  acre.    In  Su;-
rey they sold 100 acres on the Halls I    T|le p3^ wm t,e  . v nrivate treaty
Prairies road at $75 per acre.   A lot! only_   Catalogues will be issued and
on  Fourth   avenue   went   to    Harry  obtalnabie at the house or from
Webb.    Five   acres   on   the  Newton
T. J. TRAPP & CO., LTD.
New Westminster. Phone 59.
Timber limit for sale, containing
ten to twelve million feet of fir and
cedar. This is a good logging proposition and convenient to water. In
order to close up an estate must be
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other cities tlie arbitratorsl    Messrs. Evans &. Darke were kept i sold   at   once.    For   particulars   and
In  the
will be:
In   Philadelphia,  Klem,  umpire-life
chief;   Kane, held umpire.
ln Cincinnati, Oday, umpire-in-chief.;
Brennan,  Held   umpire.
In  St,  Louis.  Johnstone,  umpire-In-
crief;   Moran. Held umpire.
President Lynch will see tomorrow's
game  in  Boston  between  the Giants
and   the   Doves.     Manager   McGraw, |
of the  New York Nationals, said to-;
night that the choice for pitching the
opening game in Boston tomorrow lay
between Aims Raymond and Matthew-
son.     McGraw   also   announced   that
the New York club had asked waivers |
on Outfielder Al Shaw, and that Brooklyn had claimed him.
busy all day disposing of their "Money
Making Opportunities."   Most of their
sales were in Sapperton.
price, apply to Owner, 1001 Sixth avenue. New Westminster. **
YOUNG WOMAN TO FARM
AND  RAISE ANGORA CATS
COURSE IS PICKED OUT
FOR  BIG AUTOMOBILE  RACE
New York, April J.3.���Miss Marjorie
Snyder, of Wellesley college, one of
two seniors who announced their intention the other day of turning to
farming as a vocation after completing their college course, has acquired
options on three valuable pieces of
truck gardening land on Long island.
Miss Snyder, whose home is in Milwaukee, has told real estate men that
she intends to grow shrubs and flowers and raise flne vegetables for the
higher priced markets, and breed Angora cats.
pietcher &
^petition
Pequot Wins English Race.
���^vmarkot, England, April 13.���The
��w-year-old Polling plate of 200 sov-
'  sM. distance six furlongs, was run
,   "day and won by H.  P. Whit-
Pequot.    Magneto  was  second
New York, April 13.���The Automobile Club of America disposed of the
controversy over the course selected
from the running of the international
motor boat races for the Harmsworth
Cup today. The committee, which
consisted of two members each of the
Automobile Club of America, the Motor Club of America and the Larch-
mont Yacht Club of America, selected
GERMANS WAGE BOYCOTT
ON BEER AIND BUTTER
Berlin, April 13.���The beer war in j
Bavaria is being prosecuted with great-
er vigor every day. While Munich andj
other large cities have not yet been
reduced to drinking water altogether, |
there has been a vast decrease in the j
consumption of beer.
beer ls too high
this course as dangerous
voted.
snd Si
started
mbath third.    Thirteen  horses
Speeding Pugilist Acquitted.
ll'''*'.  April   111.���Jack   Johnson,
Pugilist, was acquitted of u charge
speeding by a jury in
iere  this  after-
.������... *���~... ��� .    T)le Germans say um  .* *��- ���o-
a course on Long Island bound, on i ^ thp brewer must rPduce the price.
Larchmont. The Motor Club of Amer- Th.g ^ brewers declined to do, and
lea protested against the selection of  ln many tQWn8 tUe pp0pie are signing
 " but was out-1 a p)edge tQ abstaln from the use of
! beer until the price has been lowered.
Even at funerals and wedding feasts
beer is no longer served. The beer
bovcott has not reached Berlin but the
butter bovcott, because of the increase I
from 20 to 3fi cents a pound, Is grow^
ing.
Will Lead Bisley Team.
Ottawa,   April   13. ��� Major  J.   E.>
Hutcheson,  Ottawa,  will  be  the  adjutant of this year's Bisley team.
Winnipeg Policeman Burned.
Winnipeg, April 13.���Police Constable Arcklev was perilously burned in
a live which occurred at the police
headquarters yesterday. The fire
started during the late session of the
morning court, but. the flames were
extinguished In a very short time.
FOILED WHEN TRYING
TO BEAT THE CUSTOMS
$38,000
WiU  Buy  Section 13 Block  5
Range 1 W. in   Surrey.   About
157 Acres.
Exclusive Sale
Gretna,    April   13���Entering   with
four carloads of settlers' effects from
Duluth,   F.   Ernsteln  declared  all  he
had   was  a new  buggy  an.l   fanning
mill, whereon he offered to pay duty.
The   customs'   officers     investigating
found  the  cars  filled  with  a    large
quantity of practically new goods, in i
the shape of wagons, seed drills, p'ows j
drygoods, hardware, such as he would j
[Ind a ready sale for in a    fanning
community, and a sasoline motor, all
Of which apparently had not undergone
six months' use, which Is accepted as j
a standard for goods which are not j
new. ,,       .
Ernsteln, on the discovery, nttempt-
ed to get away and his explanation1,
to the Dominion customs' officers was
decidedly involved. Inspector of ports
Connolly is in Winnipeg this evening
to look after the disposal of the seizure. Ernsteln ls held on a charge ot
fraudulent entry.
BRENING & CO.
FINED $500.
A Stiff
New Westminster
Penalty Given R. H. Ashcroft
For Liquor Selling.
Prince Hupert April 13.���R. H. Ashcroft was fined $500. or in default of
payment, to serve six months in Jail,
for the illegal' selling of liquor, by
Stipendiary Magistrate McMullin yesterday morning. The case had been
adjourned from the previous afternoon, and the court proceedings at the
tin. ^ the flne was ImyQsed barely oq:
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Flour
The Very Best Flour Made
Every Sack Guaranteed
$1,85 Per Sack	
I 3 lbs Creamery
Butter $1.00
3 lbs People's
Blend Ceylon
Tea $1.00
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PHONE 193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
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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.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
The Timberland Lumber Company,  Ltd.
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MANUFACTURERS   OF
Fir, Cedar and Spruce Lumber,Rough, Dressed and Kiln Dried, Dimension Timber and Shingles, Cedar Poles and Piling in any quantity.
Ask Us for Prices
Office,  Room 8, Thompson Blk.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director
New  Westminster,  B.  C.
P. O. Box 953
For CHILLIWACK
AND    UPRIVER
LANDINGS
THE NEW STERNWHEELER
S.S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling
With   Passenger*
Company's Wharf,  New Westminster
and   Freight   as   Follows:
REGULAR SAILINGS
Leave New Westminster Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leave Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday a'nd Sunday at 7 a, m.
FIRST CLASS PA8SENGER ACCOMODATIONS
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
NEW WESTMINSTER
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
Wtf ORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
BL V'ERYTHING to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
PERSONS other  than  employees accidentally Injured    about    the
premises invariably sue for damages.
REGARDLESS of their own responsibility for the accident, or the
existence of negligence on the part of others.
^% N the slightest pretext employees may sue you, even for accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
THE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of
the accident by which he was injured.
C MPLOYERS and business men can ill afford to assume the risk
****       of this ever-increasing and uncertain liability.
^~ REDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms
^**       is sometimes seriously impaired by such damage suits.
T O go to law means lass of time, money, endless annoyance and
���        worry.
YOUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are Insured.
NLY Insurance against such risks will enable you to fix and reduce
your expenses to a minimum.
UNDER the protection of a Liability Policy in the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company you wlll save money and time and
be  relieved  from  all  such annoyances .
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ALFRED   W.
Phone 62.
"The Insurance Man"
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are thinking of building this summer it will pay you to talk with us.
Our Building Department will submit plans, supervise construction, and save you money. Mr. Darke places at your disposal
35 years practical knowledge of building and it will suprise you to
know of the many ways we can help you to save money and at the
same time secure the best workmanship and material. If necessary
we will find the money for you.
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Waiting to invest in
New Westminster
Properties. List
your property with
us.
TORY PARTY IS IN
CHAOTIC CONDITION
TENDERS FOR   SUPPLIES.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register the Corporation of tin' Township or District of
fciniey as tho owner in fee simple
un-
d-r a Ti.x Kale Deed from the Reeve
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GRANVILLE REALTY CO.
2109 Granville St.
Phone'_R4949       Vancouver, B.C.   1
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and  Clerk of the Corporation of the
'ipwnttip or District of Surrey to the
CorpoTiti'cr. of the Township or District of Surrey, bearing dales of the
21st day  of October, A.D., 1905  and
31st day of December. A.D., 1901, of
all  and  singular  that  certain  parcel
or tract of land and premises situate
lying and being in the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, moro particularly known
and described as:    Ix>t 1 in subdivision 24 of block 1 of section 30, block
5 north, range 2 west;  lots 8 to 17,
inclusive, of subdivision 23 of section
16, block 5, north range 2 west;  lots
15 to 21, inclusive, block 14 of southeast  quarter  section   4,  township  9;
lots  5,6, and  7, in subdivision 23 of
section   IG,   block   5,   north   range 2,
west;   lots 22 and 23, in subdivision
23 of section 10, block u, north range
2, west;  lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11,
12, block 4 of lot 387A, group 2; lots
2 to 6  .inclusive, block 14 of southeast  quarter  section  4,  township  9;
lot 5, block 3 of lot 387A, group 2;
lot 38, block 2 of lot 387A, group 2;
lots 21, 22, hlock 3 of southeast quarter section 4, township 9; lots 18, 19,
block  2 of southeast quarter section
4,
Opposition Recognizes Need
of Reform, But Knows
Not Where to Begin.
Ottawa, April 13.���The chaotic condition of the Opposition ranks and thc
domestic squabbles wliich have been
accentuated duriug the past few duys
by the otlicial announcement that Mr.
Borden has undertaken to house clean
his party nest, is a source of much
caballing and mutual recriminations
among tlie various wings of tlie party.
The Toronto News, in euphemistic
I way, says today in an inspired des-
I patch from Ottawa: The position of
the Conservative party is diliicult and
obscure. Almost the only aspect of
the case which seems clear is tnat the
time is come for a frank and open
settlement.
The Toronto World, in a -despatch
from Ottawa, written by W. F. Mac-
Lean, puts the situation with more
brutal frankness. Mr. MacLean notices that as a result of the revolt of
the French-Canadian rollowers of Mr.
Monk   in   the  house  and internecine | be paid for it.
i strife it had been decided to call off
Ithe proposed party Federal convention
'next June.    He declares that there is
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, at New Westminster,
B. C, and endorsed on the envelope
"Tender for Supplies" will be received
up to noon of Monday, 11th day of
April, 1910, for supplying Ship Chandlery, Hardware, Groceries, Moats and
Coal, required for the use of lhe Department ot Public Works at New
Westminster, B. C, until March 31,
1911.
The supplies furnished must be of
the best quality of their several kinds
and must be delivered at the Government wharf, New Westminster, or
where specified in the form of Tender.
The Department reserves the right
to accept the whole or part of any
Tender.
Forms of Tender may be obtained
at the oflice of the Resident Engineer,
Department of Public Works, New
West-.ijiuster,  B. C.
T ,o lowest or any Tender will not
necessarily be accepted.
G. A. KEEFER,
Resident Engineer.
Department   of   Public   Works,   New
Westminster,   B,   C,   24th   March,
1910.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement   without   authority   will   not
ALL OVER THE WORLD
thousands cf housewives
use Sunlight 5cap tn preference to any other, because
It cleanses the clothes more
thoroughly, and at half the
cost without Injury to
hands or fabric. Follow
directions.
CK  i ot  souineast quarter  section  -     - _���kh- ct-,t��
town .ip 9;  tat =2, block 16/0!\___?.<?��*_�� _,'*"lSb��
hdel Sign WorksYEE KEE & CO.
ION, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
1 News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block       P. O. Box 644
ThiO
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on  Any
of  Job   Printing
Kind
COAL
New
| Wellington
Ttason  Blk.
Phone
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
"YOU NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be glad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal ln your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone Is ln good order, and
their numbers are 15 and IG.
Coal procured here ls crack-a-
jack coal, however secured.
southeast quarter section 4, township
9, map 619; lot 23, block 10 of southeast quarter section 4 township 'J.
You and those claiming through or
under  you  and  all  persons  claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue  of  any  unregistered   instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in  the said land  by descent,  whose
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contest the claim of
the   tax   purchaser   within   forty-five
days  from the day  of the  first publication of this notice upon you, and
in default of a caveat or certificate
of lis pendens being filed within such
period,  or   in  default  of  redemption
before registration, you  and each  of
you will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to
or in respect of the said land, and I
shall register The Corporation of the
Township   or   District   of   Surrey   as
owner thereof ln fee.    And I hereby
order that  publication  of this notice
for thirty days in a daily newspaper
published   in   New   Westminster   will
be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British
i Columbia, this 29th day of March, A.
Id., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
I To David Miller, William A. McCal-
am, Angus Mclnnes, T. G. Stark. William Davis, Henry Fraser, Henry
Kells, Harold Ponsford, Allen Spiers,
George Stone, Robert Lyness, Margaret G. Cocper. John Roberts, Richard
Ilesking, Hugh T. Crossley, John E.
Hunter.
rnents that a number of Conservatives
are dissatisfied and insurgents, and
that this insurgency in the Opposition
rank and file Is due in the main to
the policy pursued in the House by
Mr. Borden,
Insurgent and  Dispirited  Party.
Continuing,     the   World     despatch
says:  "it is certain that what at the
beginning  of   last   session  and  right
NEW
WESTMINSTER
SESSMENT.
CITY     AS-
Court of Revision.
Notice is hereby given that the Assessment Roll for the year 1910 has
been returned to me, and remains in
my office where it may be inspected
by any person having an interest
therein, until the sitting of the Court
of Revision.
The  first  sitting  of  the  Court of
Revision on the said Assessment Holl
KODAKS
Now is the time
to Kodak. Full
supplies
Cameras and Photo
Supplies
Cheapest place
in the city for
Spectacles 50 cents up
after election was a- strong, united and wlu \>e ^eid at the City Hall in the
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LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
�������������������������������������������� ��������� ������������������������ ���������
:faffi FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
! NtW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY j |
J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
-Corner Eleventh  and Carline.
WORKS-Corner Eleventh  and Carline. "H0NE 473     ���
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
aggressive party, is today disrupted
insurgent and dispirited. Because the
World lias brought out this situation,
the Toronto Mail and Empire has undertaken to abuse W. F. MacLean,
M.P. So have some oilier papers
and some persons here. As a matter
of fact, Mr. MacLean has had nothing
to do with the condition in which the
Conservatives find themeslves. i
"Just after the World last week published the story that it had been settled  to  call  off  the convention, and
that dissent was rampant, the Montreal Gazette and the Ottawa Citizen
and the Toronto  News, all  close    in
touch  with   the   Opposition  organization,   called   for   a   vigorous     house
cleaning in the party.   The News has
already read  Mr.  Monk    out of    the
party and there appeared, as a special
despatch from Ottawa, its now notorious deliverance of Saturday last, in
which it said that Hon. G. E. Foster
was to retire and be succeeded by Mr
Doherty.   of   Montreal;   that  the   old
Conservatives were an incubus on the
I party���meaning George   Taylor    (the
'whip), John Haggart, Dr. Sproule, D.
Henderson,   etc.���and   that   the   time
had come for sweeping changes and
widespread   house-cleaning   This despatch   in  various  forms  was    broadcasted through the Dominion.
What  the  World   Did.
"The  World only reprinted    it    as '
coming  from  some  inspired    source.
That portion of it about Mr. Foster i
lias been denied by Mr. Borden. But,
Editor   Willison   of the   News,   must
tell  from where it came.    The Mail, i
which is very much incensed over it,
should  make  the  News  tell.    When
the Mail pretends that the News and
Mr. Willison have not been in touch
with the Borden plan for house-cleaning,  it  says  what  is  not  true.    Mr.
Willison has been in the closest touch
and everyone here knows it.
"In the meantime there is no use
denying the  facts  of  the    situation.
The matter  of most concern  to  the
great  body  of  Conservatives  in  the
country is to get facts and apply a
cure  to the  surprising condition    of
affairs in a political party that ought
to be governing Canada today, and ls
only not doing it because of conditions
here, not in the people outside.
"Like the Neat of Traitors" Days.
"With Mr. Foster snorting defiance
and refusing to relieve the party of
the embarrassment of carrying him;
with the Mail and Empire denouncing
the News and the World and championing Mr. Foster; with the Montreal
Gazette reading a lecture to its Ontario    Conservative    contemporaries,
who ignore  Mr. Monk and    his    un-1
doubted following from Quebec;  with
���one faction of party in almost open
revolt against Mr. Borden's leadership '
and another  faction backing him up
said City on Monday, the 18th day of
April next, at 11 o'clock, in the forenoon.
Any person intending to appeal
against the assessment must do so in
writing to be filed with the City
Clerk at least seven days before the
first sitting of the court.
W. A. DUNCAN,
I City Cierk.
|    C'*T VsM. March IB. WCi
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
Symmes & Crandell
1 Beg to announce that they have opened a
REAL ESTATE ,-:-!-,-
business in the :''"-..":;. <���
NEW   DEAN    BLOCK
. ,*   ""  '1    (3 doors from Bank of Montreal, Columbia St.)
We already have quite a number of desirable properties. Come
and see our list. It is growing every day and we will be pleased
to   add   any   which   you  may have.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has   been   made   to   register   George
Troughten as the owner in Fee Sim-
p.e, under a Tax Sale Deed from Edwin   M.   Carncross,   collector   of   the
Municipality   of   Surrey,   to   George
Troughten. bearing date the 7th day
of September, A. D. 1908, of all and
singular that certain parcel or tract
of  land  and  premises  situate,  lying
and  being in  the  District    of    New
Westminster, In the Province of British     Columbia,     more     particularly
knowm and described as:���
Lot 7, B.ock 1, being a portloa of
Section 20, Block B, North Rams*. 2
West.   Lots 3 and 4, part of a portiea
of fractional section 21, Biock 5 North
Range 2 West.
You   and   those   claiming   through
under   vo-i   and   all   persons   claiming   any    Interest   in     the     said
land by virtue of ��n unregistered instrument, and all persons claiming any inherent in the sa d
"Land Registry Act," are required to
contest the cialm of the tax purchaser
within forty-fire days from the date
ot the service of this notice upo�� TCi.
and In default of a caveat or t��rt��
cate of Us pendens being filed *itbm
such period, or in default of redemption before registration, you andI eacn
of you will be forever estopped and
debarred from setting up any claim
LTVr'lTLd sum" lent   Mr**  4. M.I 0. **_*��� ������� ��< "������ "!���
CHEAP HOUSES
Six Money making buys for home or investment.
$1,500 to $8,000.    Easy Terms..   Inquire  at once.
Also  a  500  foot   bargain   in  Waterfront at $25.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR   QUICK   SALES.
VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORATION LTD.
J. A. MOTHERWELL, Local Manager.
Room 4, Merchants Band Bldg. Corner Columbia and Begbie Sts.
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will  be  good and  sufficient
thereof. __�����-
Dated at the Land Registry Office
New Westminster, Province of ��"
Sh Columbia, this 9th day of March,
|A-D-1910- C.S.KEITH.
District Registrar.
To���Michael Robert Barry     John
Air.,. nHer G   M��nf*n��n����
��� Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marlon Street
SEATTLE
RATE8:
Room $1  ptr day up.
Room and board $2.50 per day up.
Room with  bath 12.50 per day up.
Room with bath and board $4 par day.
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water, steam heat; long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and hoata
The Daily News will be Kept on file
in our reading room.
OAJttJUTON  OtLRWRT, M��T
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
���the	
great Conservative party
What the outcome will be no one
can yet say.
MILLION DOLLAR SUIT
AGAINST 92  PARTIES
Tacoma, April 13.���A suit involving
$1,000,000 has been filed In the federal
, court here against the Pasco Union
Land company and ninety-one other
defendants. The plaintiffs are Wilmot
J. Hall and Dr. Louise A. Kortbeln.
   ^^^^^    viiimm ��.  ������--��-��� | Hall Is a Cincinnati millionaire.   The
of Clayburn, B. C, Intend to apply to propei.ty a.rtected by the suit covers
the Assistant Commissioner of Lands | 2 340 acreg of fruit ,and and 3200 lotfl
.���.. ��� n. ense to prospect for coal and | ln the town of pa8C0
The suit is brought by the stockhold-
NOTICE.
a* ,
i
Is This a Snap or Not ?
Burns & Co.
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645 COLUMBIA STREET.
iUC  BU1L  IO   i'iv..B...   ���r    ���
era to set aside a judgment recovered
by Miss W. Olney, a daughter of Hansom Olney, assistant secretary and
general manager of the Pasco Union
Land company, for .11,336. Fraud ls
alleged.
The plaintiffs assert that the claim
was not valid against the land com-
for a license to'*****�� dVscrlbed
petrmeuin on the following
lands: . marked Wm.
the southeast corner oi        mln8ter
No. 205, Group 2, New e
District, thence eas   one nn ^  ^
north   one   mile,  uww *_    th three , wtla uvv  .��������� ������	
fourths of a mile, thence a ^^ onfl ^ .. &. M ^ proceedings were
fourths of  a mjie, one , t rGgulnr. ....
fourth of  a mile,  thence _ ^       ^   Spokane   Pol.tland   &   Seattle
fourth of a mile to the pomi railway, the Central Trust company, of
mencement. WRIGHT.      New  York,  and the  Pasco  Reclama-
WILLIAM fc. vv"      h g,  tion company are among tbe defend-
New Westminster, B. C Marcn       ^^
1910.
20 Acres of Splendid High Land within a
few minutes of Sapperton car. Fine view
of the Fraser River and city of New
Westminster. Price is $250 per acre
with One-third Cash, balance 6, 12, 18,
24 months	
H. H. LENNIE
*
Phone 596
650 Columbia Street
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customers with first class
Plumbing and Heating.
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HARDMAN'S
HARDMAN     BLOCK.
Phone 281
The Westminster Modern
Business School
This institution Is particularly desirous of securing as students the
young men and young women who
seek the BEST in commercial education and to those who become students here, and work as hard for
their own interests as the instructors
of this school will, the outcome is
bound to be satisfactory.
A. L. BOUCK,
610   Columbia   St.
Principal,
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts.
If you haven't a Savin��i 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. *HUTC   Manager.
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 applv
ED.  GOULET,
C.P.U. Agent.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcjes for Ladies from f 12./5
np.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
���6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' op?n case.
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Removed to
DEAN  BLOCK
Four doors east of Bank of
Montreal, where the same careful attention will be paid to all
prescriptions and orders as
heretofore.
ICiIetNewsI
&
Manager Harry Tidy, of the New J
Westminster opera house, went to
Vancouver last night.i^j��eB:,i"The Red
Mill." He report^ttu*'4ns a whole- '
some and captivating comedy, and
is confident that it will attract a full
house here tomorrow night. I
Tlie popularity of tlia.imidday lunch '
at the Royal Cafe grows every -day.
it is served from twelve to two, with
quick service. **
A dance, preceded by a sale of
work, will be given on Thursday
next by the Ladies' Guild of St.
Mary's church, Sapperton, in the
church parlor.
For spring plants or cut flowers,
plione Davies' Greenhouse, R208.     **
The Bohemian restaurant, J. P.
Cash's new venture, opened for business yesterday. Mr. Cash has spared
no expense or pains to embody into
the new place all the latest features
of th'> best restaurants on the coast.
There is accommodation for about
seventy-five guests and the. furniture
is pleasing and attractive.
To   Furnish   an  Office,
Fales.
see
W.   E.
��*
There will be a missionary tea in
Queen's avenue Methodist church
from four to six this afternoon, and
in the evening a program of music
and games will be provided. A collection will be taken up for the missionary boat Homespun, wliich is at
present on a missionary cruise up the
coast.
Great selection of seeds and potted
plants at Tidy's. **
A. O. Powell, the Seattle engineer
appointed to arbitrate in the Coquitlam pipe line remuneration question,
City Engineer Blackman and J. H.
Hermon, of the firm of Hermon & Burwell, held a conference yesterday in
regard to the charges made by Hermon & Burwell for work on the pipe
line. The result of the meeting has
not been made public.
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 298. **
The application of the Vancouver
Power company for a water record on
the Chehalis river has heen again
adjourned until July 11, the privy
council of Canada, to whom the question was referre.1, not yet having
handed down a decision as to whether
the jurisdiction over the water lies
with the provincial or the Dominion
government.
For Ladies' Desks, go to W. E.
Fales. **
O. .T. Wilkie, of the provincial po-
licp force, is taking a short vacation.
A payment of $25 procures a lot ln
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
& Kennedy, Ltd. Thess lots are in
great demand. **
The funeral of II. J. R, Thrift took
place yesterday afternoon from the
mortuary chapel of Murchie <fc Sons
to the I. O. O. F. cemetery, the chaplain of the Sons of England lodge
ofiieiating at the service. T'ie Sons of
England attended the funeral in a
body. The Pallbearers were R. J. Mc-
Menemy, G. Newman, T. Oddy, R.
Oddy, T. Thornton and J. Chappel.
Local grown plants and flowers,
fresh every day at the Co-Operative
store, Sixth street. **
It Is Improbable that John Lovell,
the man accused of forgery on the
Westminster Trust company here, and
on the Union hank in Vancouver, who
was arretsed In Detroit a couple of
weeks ago, will be brought here for
trial. Both the Institutions which he
Victimized have refused to prosecute
him and the city and the province are ;
not prepared to pay the expenses of
extradition. The latest information
concerning Lovell is to the effect that
he is still held in Deroit. Ile is want-'
ed in Seattle and that city may take
steps to have him brought to the
coast. .    .��� it_\__+jjl
The finest assorstment of Morris
chairs ever seen in this city at
Fales. **
The body of Mrs. Nelson, of Westminster Junction, who died on Monday, is being held at the Fales undertaking parlors awaiting instructions
from the relatives of the deceased
woman, who live in the east.
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.
Mrs. James Cunningham yesterday
assisted the ladies of the municipality
of Coquitlam to form a W. C. T. U.
There were about twenty laSies present at the meeting and all were enthusiastic about the formation of a
branch of the great temperance society. The following officers were
elected: President, Mrs. Butt; vice
president, Mrs. Greer; corresponding
secretary, Mrs. Irvine; recording secretary, Miss M. Butt; treasurer, Mrs.
W. R. Austin. It was decided to hold
the meetings of tlie union on every
second  Wednesday of the month.
The local agency of the Oliver Typewriter company is at 746, Columbia
Street. Three doors from the B.C.E.R.
car station. **
There is practically no change In
the condition of Bishop Dart. He is
conscious most of the time.
See the new arrivals at Fales, Agnes street. **
MARRIED.
Clute-McBaln���On Tuesday, April
1.2, at Holy Trinity cathedral, New
Westminster, B. C, by the Rev. Canon
D'easum, M. A., Doris Leslie Clute,
youngest daughter of John Stilwell
Clute, of New Westminster, to Hubert B. McBaln, of Vancouver, B. C.
-MiQUE MONUMENT
FOR "SILVER KING"
Denver, April 13.���Plans to have the
face and figure of the late Thomas F.
Walsh, the Colorado "Silver King,"
carved in heroic size on the face of an
immense cliff which overlooks the
famous Camp Bird mine at Ouray,
were broached by admirers of Mr.
Walsh today and may result in what
would probably be the most unique
monument on record. The Camp Bird
mine laid tlie foundation of tlie Walsh
fortune.
'GET  THE   HABIT'
Toilet Cases
SPECIAL TODAY
10c Each
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
Wo buy for cash and seil for the same.
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
For a Few Days Only
SPECIAL SNAPS IN
Lulu Island Acreage
and Waterfrontage
Also some Choice Puys in Surrey.
a
F. J. HAUT & Co
Cotton Shantung
Poplin Suitings
Perfect imitations of real silk���so splendidly have the weavers
and dyers clone their work that no doubt Is possible regarding the
success of their endeavors to perfect their production of cot lon
suiting; shades of Wisteria, Reseda, Myrtle, Brown, Rose Pink, Nile,
Fawn, Natural, Cream, Navy, etc., are here in many fabrics, Cotton
Shantungs, Cotton Pongees, Corded Poplins, Bedford Cords, Linene,
Indian Head in weights particularly appropriate for spring and summer Tailored Waists und Suits.   Per  yard,  20  to    75c
15,000 Yards of
Prints and
Ginghams
15c per Yard; 7
Yards for $l.Co
No    store
In    the
Wash  Fabrics 1���  the imn,enSl
proving
stock o[
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range of Plain and Fancy Gin
hams,    English    Prints,   \\-\l
Crossbar   and  Striped   MU.|J
Colored    Muslins,   Ducks, p .'
cales,  etc., are the color's g^
ally shown from seai on toi
son   as   well   as   hundrefo wj
new tones in new designing
which fashion has set het^
We  carry   only  the besl wj.
ties   and   we  have  confidence
that  the  colors are absolute!*
fast.     visit   the   v.        ,,
Section   or   write   for   .
Per yard, 16c; 7 yards for .1.00
Moirette and Heatherbloom
Underskirts $2 to $3 each
Either Moirette or Heathe. bloom is a material reliable in everyway. These materials bave been made purposely for Underskirts.
Skirts are made with full flotirce on which are two narrow frills;
also with wide dust ruffle underneath. Shown in Black, Brown,
Green, Navy and Black anu White Check.   Each, $2.00 to  $3.00
Scotch Plaid Moirette
Underskirts |ach $2 25
Fine quality Moirette in \ cry pretty Tartan designs. Skirts are
made full with deep flounce ruffles;  all lengths.    Each   $2.25
Children's Wash Dresses
50c to ��1.00 Each
Our showing of Children's Wash Dresses is worthy of the consideration of any mother who finds lt difficult or Impossible to make her .ill's
clothing. Prices are very little higher than the cost of material alone and
all sizes are here.
<* In these Wash Dresses the materials used are English Prints, Ginghams, Chambrays and Percales, trimmed with pipings. The work upon
these dresses is well done; no raw seams; built in proper proportions
for Canadian girls; and colors are fast. Sizes suitable for gitis 1 to S
years of age.    Each oOc to  IM
Infants' White Frocks
50c to ��1*75 Each
Mull Lawn and Soft Cambric, made up in attractive styles for the
wee folks. These Frocks are daintily trimmed with lace and sheer Pin-
broidery. Many styles from which to choose your baby's frock at prices
ranging from 50c to $1'5
Many New Attractive
Features Find Favcr in the
illinery Section
Every   day  sees   some
of Millinery Novelties.   D
a new  selection of fine
London. Fancy bandeaux
ideas. New straw plaits a
including wheats and gras
placed in stock.    These
terials  are being  rapidly
creations.
Visit the Millinery De
Hat while the selection 1
thing new in the showing
uring the past few days
straw shapes direct from
depicting latest New Yorlc
nd fancy flower sprays,
ses has been received and
varied and handsome ma-
moulded   into   up-to-date
partment and secure your
s at its best.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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