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INSURANCE
U.HITE, SHILES & CO.
WH'1!Z   WESTMINSTER.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
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NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
SATURDAY   MORNING, APRIL  111, 1910.
T,KN PAGES.
CE FIVE  CENTS.
(OP DART DIES
0 RIPE OLD AGE
pieu fromParalytic
Lofweekago.   The
m
J^ill be on Monday
PROBABLE INCREASE
IN PRICE OE MEALS
High Cost of Meats and Provisions Responsible for the
Ac,ion of Caterers.
VANCOUVER FIRM TB OPEN
REAL ESTATE OFFICE HERE
SPRING SALMON IS IN
BIG DEMAND IN TRE EAST
KELLY DOUGLAS BUYS
WEST END PR0PER1Y
Eft
John   Dart,  D.D.D.C.L.,
v,',.tminster and Koo
away  peacefully
hP gee bouse yesterday
Marriott     and   Fellows   Will     Ee
Shape to  Handle  Big  Business
Early   Next   Week.
Good  Prices Obtained for Fraser River Fish in New York��� Halibut
Scarce at Present.
ml
Tin
Archdeacon of Co-
ith)  and Rev, {i-
him at    the
tu p.m.
, fur l'en,re
a ���*���with
ui,n��� was suddenly  stricken
i      '. il,,,,,. one o'clock on
P"*11. of Thursday, April 7, and
,iu,,(, were no hopes
,   hi. .pcovery.  'Dr. Walker
����,forl"b.' attendance until the
h- "������ ���'-
���
r m constant     	
w i n wis Til years old
���W-o Ws death^and continued
���*�� church work until a week
*[M when he was first taken
Ki. last public function in which
fck part was at the Anglican S>-
Tte In February, when he pre-
1 uiiou.li he Had conducted sov-
���al services in different
since that time,
taken 111 he had ar-
'ort Hammond to hold
The last service
,n  Easter Sunday
The caterers and restaurant keepers i
of .New Westminster have decided to j
form   an  association  amongsl   themselves  to    protect    their    interest,.
Their idea is also to stand by one another  so  that  they  can  adapt   their
.prices to keep pace with the rise in
the cost of meat, groceries and wages.
A meeting is to be held on Monday
afternoon at the Eagles hall, when the
whole matter Will be ventilated, rules
will   he formed   and  a  president   and
officers will be elected.
During the last tew weeks the price |
Of  meal  has   been  rising  rapidly  and
oilier   necessaries  for     catering     are
keeping the pace with it.
"Meat, which a few years ago was
seven cents a pound ls now as high
as eighteen and yet the cost of meals
has remained the same." said one of
the restaurant keepers yesterday. "Another thing that makes meals dearer
equlre their meals
On Monday Messrs. Marriott and
Fellows, one of the largest real estate firms In Vancouver, will open
bi ancii offices In this city at the corner of MacKenzie and Columbia
streets.
In an interview, yesterday, with Mr,
Fellows,  he  stated  chat tlie firm  had
been  dealing   In    Westminster
E3urrey  property tor sou,.' time
bad  always felt that New
ster   bad   advantages
city  in  this  part  of
|Though   ii
compare It
Kellington Brothers Negotiate $20,500 Deal-Vendor
Makes Big Profit on Sale.
LABOR iVlKTS
TO i \ I MINISTER:
the
Pitching
iconfiriiiiition.
|ol Hie diocese
day lie was
bed to got0 :
Sanation there,
here was
and :
lie
Westmln-
that no    other
1   Canada     bad.
would   bardl)   be  fair  to
with London, tlnglaud, il
had just those tilings in i; which had
made London tne greatest city In the
world; as soon as the di edging operations were completed New Westminster would have one of the finest
fresh  water harbors in  America.     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Another advantage it bad over most, eighty cents a pound
cities was Its beautiful scenery which
uld never be spoilt by the growth of I better
1 umi   iai fc^  ......
for
The B. C. Packers association expect their halibut boat Roman ou
Sunday afternoon and the flsh dealers
are anxiously awaiting her arrival.
At. present all the halibut sold in the
city is bought ln Vancouver, and the
terminal city merchants keep
price up.
The fishermen are noi c
many salmon in the river these days.
Al present there Ls little more than
enough to supply the local trade. The
few that are not retailed In the city
are shippe 1 to New York by the fish
dealers.
in   the   (astern   metropolis   spring
salmon  are   in great   dcniamV,  as  the
: season does not open  there till  May
and the Atlantic flsh at the best
Local Council Objects to Senator Belcourt's Amendment to Criminal Code.
IE
mon   sometimes  brings
Kellington Bros, yesterday negotiated the transfer of two lots on Carnarvon street, Dr. Holmes Belling to Kelly, Douglas & Co., of Vancouver, for
ifuu.uou. The purchasers were represented by W. J. M. Sandals, manager
of the Fraser River branch of the big
wholesale firm.
The property in question
tage of 132 feet ;
I lt is locatde betwc en
i met streets.
The Intention of Kelly, Douglas &.
Xo,, as stated by Mr. Sandels, is to
I build a three stoig-y brick structure on
! the property purchased "
: provision   lor   an    add
future exigencies demand
^^^^ ^^ Is     completed,
which  will he late
 lias a fron-
and Is HO feet  deep.
Tenth and Jem-
it.
esterday with
  _ __  __     mdltlonal    storey
ol times are not as good as the Fraser
river variety,    ln the east spring sal-1 ^T,        (his   building
us   much   as | ���,,,,���,,  wlll be hae in  the fall  oi   to-
whohsale  stock
irrii d, all
Valley
cc
Is that customers icqunc ...~ 	
served In better style. the city. i��uu ....������- ���, -
"Walters now want more than dou-      lie was confident that there was not | were offered for sale.    A few  small
them; la more suitable place in British Co-' salmon are caught with the ollichans
ind  it   lumbia   for   the  great   manufacturing' 	
places "    '      ""     "�� WaI LACROSSE MATTERS,
ble the wages we used to pay
If  you say   a   word they  quit
Is no easy job filling their
born  in    Devon-
ptbop Dart  was   	
^England, IVbruary 14, 1837, and
lin his seventy-fourth  year.    He
dialed from  Oxford   in   lSi',0  and
piocceBsively vice-principal of St.
trf college,  Peterborough,     Bng-
. warden  of  St.  Thomas  college,
, Ceylon, and president of the
Itersity of King's college,    Wind
|H.S.,   (1876-85).    Returning    to
bland, he was organizing secretary j
file Society   for  the  Propagation ���
|teGospel for the Diocese of Man- j
On the failure of   the   Dio- ,
io! Westminster to elect a    Pis-,
��Dr. Dart was chosen in  England I
vacant  See.    He  was conse- j
pi a: Lambeth by the Archbishop |
I Canterbury    and    other    prelates
JS, 1��1'5. and arrived here in the
fl ol ii'. year.
. all u had heen in Canada, twen-
|-te fun,  nine   in   Nova Scoatia
M B&sa here,
t}tllllingular coincidence that his
Vtay.- Vas lasted only a few
Mtt\���vt than that of Bishop Sll-
Ita. aA\ta tbo last confirmation
|aken Vs te bishops was in St.
Ilichael's ctattfi, Vancouver, where
tohop Dan officiated on the third of
bis month.
The late Bishop was a reserved man
many ways and during his fifteen
[ears residence in New Westminster
eniade few intimate friends.
Tra. Archdeacon Pentreath, of Van-
per. was probably better acquaint-
Mm than any other man in
for
for
we have got to combine
gether.    There   are   associations
everything   we   buy   and   unions
those we employ, and we are gradually being frozen  out.    All the rt spec- I
table restaurant  keepers will join, I
feel sure, and the others won't hurt
us."
The leading spirits in the formation
of the association are: J. P. Cash, of
the Bohemian cafe, and Michael
Go wan, of the Occidental hotel.
If the association decides to raise
the prices, the change will not be
made till the end of the month. The
general price of a meal will probably
I be raised from twenty-five to thirty-
five cents. An Increase on short orders is also proposed.
'lumbia for the great manufacturing
I concerns that would eventually have
i to  come  west.
lis firm was coming to j
The run of ollichans yesterday was I wa1rd8. U'�� *l"\Zl '\��� ,
than  it has been this  season ���lue* atf * J5?00 wI '   ',e '
ge quantities of the small flsh ,  lu\ Wes nilnster  and   Haser
. ,,! trade being   handled   trom   this
The stock In the temporary
of the  firm at present is  valued at
$75,000, declares Mr. Sandels.
Dr. Holmes makes a
Senator Belcourt's amendments to*
the criminal code, making it au offence for foreign office's of au international trades union to interfere it*
a strike in Canada, or tor workmen oi.
an international union to go on sti ike,.
occupied the attention Of the New
Westminster Trades and Labor cuncit
last  night.
The executive had already acted in.
the matter, and the council last night.
endorsed  the  action of  the  executive.
���In sending tbe following letter lo Sir
Wilfrid  Laurier, U.  L.  Borden,  leader.
o��   the Opposition,  and  to the  local
member, J.  D. Taylor:
To the Right lion. Sir Wilfrid Lauiier,,
Prime Minister of Canada.
I  am Instructed by the New Westminster Trades and Labor council to��
forward to you its unanimous protest,
'nients  c
bill C.C.C.
igalnst   the   amendments  of  Senator
in
city.
quarters
Tn order "to make the business pay |���J;u'���� .^r,.,.. ,  ���� enmintr to' Interesting  Discussion  Expected This
md pull to-1    The reason
the city was because it was a progressive firm and naturally opened where |
good  business  was  to  be  done.    He
gave it as his opinion that New Westminster had not begun to move yet,
and he felt safe in advising his clients
to buy almost anything there, as the
present   prices  would   double    themselves   within   a  few  months.
I    During the week tbe firm had sold
between  $300,000  and  $500,000 worth
of Surrey property and several thousand  dollars  worth of  city  property.
The firm would start business in New
Westminster
fit on the selling of these two lots, as
he only  purchased them  a  comparatively short time ago for $1500 each.
tm�� ia thp second big deal in city
Evening at Annual Meeting.
The annual meeting of the Pacific I "���":-, ���.    ., . .,
---.-i. I    This is the second big
buisness property negotiated by Kellington Brothers within ten days, they
having sold the property between the
B. C. E. R. depot and the Windsor
hotel last week.
Coast Amateur Lacrosse association
will be held tonight in the board of
trade room at the city hall at eight
o'clock. Delegates are expected from
Vancouver and Victoria and there
may be a live meeting.
Last year the president was elected
from the V. A. C., which had entered
a team in the league before the start
of the season. Before any games
were played, V. A. C. dropped out of
but their man still held
the  protests
the league,
Arrested for Murder.
Winnipeg, April 15.���John Reelmrt,
a butcher and Thomas Grabowski, a
laborer, of Plum Coulee, Manitoba,
were arrested today at Morden, charged with the death of Alexander Phillips, a farmer of Blrtle, Manitoba, who
  ��� -I.-l,f    V,,.    t,    blow
POPULAR DEMAND IS
FOR WAR WITH PERU
Equadorean   Government   Is   Shipping
Arms   and   Ammunition  to   Ma-
chai.a,   Close   to   Peru.
with   a  subdivision  be- the  presidency,  despite
tween Eighth and Tenth streets.    He  of the local players that the president I"''- " ���--- M    d        , , t b m
said that for some time they had been  should be connected with one of the  *"     ' eh1,,���t   n'A, " ^'\   ���Mt aZS
buying property In and around West-1 teams in the league. The question will ' Thoma  rom pScou^J
minster and over in Surrey in prepar-! be brought up at toniglit's    meeting-1"0 nome nom r,u,n ^_"eP'
atlon for their coming. and will probably evoke some warm
Asked coneernig real estate ln Van- discussion.
couver, Mr. Fellows said that selling' 	
was as brisk as ever and he saw no
signs of the boom abating, in fact It
was not a boom but natural growth
tbat   was   sending   prices   up
were so many new concerns coming to , uuu  ,lttu  ���������..  r	
Vancouver and the west generally that' todayfbe!ng the sixth date set for the
bound  to Increase.; hanging    ~ - ���    . .._������
of  city    property | he was hanged today.
Belcourt   as   embodied
entitled an act to amend the criminal
code.    I  desire  to  point  out to  you.
that should  this  bill become  law  It.
.  would enforce the disruption of prac-
handsome pro- tically all the trades unions ln Cauaaau
because most trades unions ln the Dominion   are   International   in   theh-
scope.   With the large influx of population,   a  certain   percentage   of  the--
members of these trades unions ar��
alien und they would thus be denied,
the benefits accruing from organised.
labor.    The unionists of Canada have
contributed immense sums of money
ito the sick and mortuary, out-of-wortt,
I disability, and old age benefit funds,
which     these     International     unlms.
maintain  for the protection  of  their
members.
Therefore sucli an act would deprive-
tbem not only of these benefits, but.
would entail  heavy  losses on    thos<?
there
U province, being closely associated
pi him in all the work of the church.
I He was broad minded in ecclesiasti-
Y natters and in tho cathedral the
prvires were a moderate compromise
ttwen high an.l  low church.    Not-
fWistamllns; this   he   was   strict   on
alters of divorce, a custom of which
I* did not approve.    The    present
H of church people to have their
wiages solemnised elsewhere than
church  ��as  also  deploreu   oy
"(I at the  last, meeting  of  the
here, be railed the attention of
lbo:iy to the matter.
w deceased Bishop is survived by
Iwlfeand four sons, three of whom
'ei��w abroad.    Hibbert, tlie second
w' is tin. only one now at home. He
'a civil engine! r and only recently
ted his examination as a surveyor
Pctorla,
T''f eldest   son,   Rev.   J.   R.   Dart, _
,A< la assistant     chaplain   at     St. j
fife's  EngllBh   church,     In   Paris, :
luce
Pf. George Dart, the third son Is In '
pitilKuoii. i,, where he Is taking post
rjjhiate medical  courses.
''<��� youngesl son. Charles, is a stu-
oe"' "' Oxford  university.
Hi" body will be taken to the cath-
faral ��n Sm urday night and will He
���tale i i  Sunday and  on  Monday
���P to the time of the funeral at 2:30
Guaquil,    Equador.    April  IB.���The
government is sending arms and ammunition to Machala in the southwestern province, adjoining the Peruvian j to
.frontier. I many
There is a popular demand that
Ecuador  be  prepared  for  war    with
Peru.
President Alfaro has issued a de-
(ree granting annesty to political prisoners.
land values was
Though the price ^^^^
seemed fabulous compared to New
Westminster, it really was not nearly
as high as it will be. Outside prop-
cry he thought was still very cheap.
He saw no reason why the land in
N'ew Westminster should not come up
the Vancouver prices when the
industries and railways that
were going to it were in working
order.
Hanged at Last.
Atlanta,   April   15.���George    Burge j
was hanged today for the murder of
his wife on May 17 last.   The execution  had  been  postpone!  five times.
- *��"-'-ag the sixth date set for tht
Burge confessed just before
RAILWAY TILEORAPHERS
WILL TARE STRIKE VOTE
Liquor Law Framer Dead.
Columbus, April IB.���Judge Duncan
Dow, one of the most prominent lawyers in the state, and the author of
the famous Dow Liquor Tax law,
dropped dead today at his home in
Bcllefontaine. %    ,,  .
UIQ   email   ���.-��..,
blow , who have contributed to these funds-
Having the above facts laid before
you, we are confident that you will
use all of your Influence against the
placing of such a measure upon then
statute books.        ���
R. A. STONEY,
Secretary   New   Westminster   liadet.
and Labor Council.
New Westminster, April 2.
1    Most of the other business at the
meeting was of a routine nature.
1    w nodd gave notice of motion that
meeting of the council he
would move that the time of meeting,
of the council be changed from the-
  third Friday tn the month to the seo-
^^m        ^^^^^^^   ond Wednesday.
I The reply of the city clerk to the
New Haven, Conn., April 15.���The communication sent by the Trades,
railway telegraphers have broken ne-' and Labor council in regard to negotiations with officials of the New | wages paid to workmen on city work
York, New Haven and Harvard roads was not satisfactory to the labor mens
and have asked national officer Par- and they will write again to the city,
son of the order to come here. 1 The  poignant question  of the eight-
that operators ! hour day which they put to the city-
Roads Are
j Negotiations With Eastern
Off���Advance    Sought
Broken
Was Not Granted.
DEER,  NOT  PEOPLE.
CANADIAN CANDY IS
DECLARED HARMLESS
on    William
-The
Animals   Only     Wanted
Rockefeller's  Estate.
Saranac Lake, N.Y., April 1-1
that the New York Central was
the  station  of  the   New
ailroad    at    Brand-
Brandon,
disconsolate,
of   them,   all
houses,
village
reached
are
news  	
to abandon
York  &.  Ottawa  >--^^__	
on, and that the road .asked permis
slon to do this of the I'ubllc Service
Commission   in  Albany,   has
and  the  townspeople
There aie only  twenty
told,    occupying    four
that remain of the once prosperous  village of  1,200  people.    The
[abandonment  of the   station,    which
threatened,   marks   for   them
fight to preserve
at    the
Dominion  Analyst   Reports  on
ing and Sugar Used-Tests Are
Satisfactory.
Color-
CYCLONIC STORM STRIKES
AVIATION FIELD IN FRANCE
Three  Workmen  Killed at Champ de
Chalons���Henri Farman's Workshops Destroyed.
The indications  are
a  strike.
r. sr'neeSSfXW^!iSf��S'i^ys_____i
[made to day, according
mittee, is less than half the amount
of increase asked for.
UNIFORM MINING LAWS.
ir  ot   roaus.i labor meu v,������,    ,
to the com-1 South Vancouver, Burnaby and other
municipalities bave an eight-hour day
and also have Saturday afternoons and
they think the same terms should be-
accorded to the New Westminster la
borers.
At the request of the secretary of
the  lower  mainland    university site
barmless
Mourmelon, France, April 15.- A
Ottawa April 15.-That harmless , �� ���tor'm struck the aviation
dye ^nS aie used in coloj^ SSfrt Camp de Chalons todaj.
made by Canadian manufac.U)ti .8 , Three wn,.kmen v^.e killed
the opinion expressed by A-^J^^'j three
Chief analyist for the
|f Dominion Could"Devise Model Law
Provinces Might Adopt It.
iMSSi'SSis****** -
'evident, belore tlie Mine. Coite
gave ewutnv-o u.	
mittee of the Commons this morning
particularly to conditions
feasl-
Wit?       lUWv.        ...��	
committee, Thomas Turnbull was elected a delegate to represent the Trades.
eminent wbo has jus
tin  giving results of
14!)   samples  of	
purchased  throughout
by  A
Dominion gov-
asued a bulla-
an  analysis  of'.wer
highly   colored   con
���
workmen
others injured.
The   workshops   of
re  destroyed   nad   nine
were   wrecked,   causing   i
the   $10.000.	
Henri   Farman
machines
loss     of
now   ls        ^^^^^
the ond of the long ..f,..^^^^^^^^^^^
the  town   from  destruction    at    the I l'eetionery   ^uivuU...   ._.
nds of William Rockefeller,    whose -Dominion. ^^^^^^^^h
ite   now  surrounds   it   on   all |    The analysis had special reference I START WORK
les. and who, house by house, has I to the use of coloring matter in dying
bought  up the homes and stores of candleB, with special reference to me- Work   Commenced  on  Tra
the little  town and razed them.        Uailte impurity and arsenic. ' For H- B- Moad-
Patrick Ducey, a lumberman, built!    It  is gratifying to report, 	
up   the   town.    He   erected     lumber ;.MeC,ill,  that  only   a    single    sample'NVJl3
'  <��� r, .���,ii,iPrs to the'showed any trace of arsenic, and this  son  Bay  Pacific
1 ���������".Lv .,.,.,Miitv and en-  Atwood and Taylor,
���  ir.tr tr,,. th(> north
hai
big
sid
says Mr. |
sample
If..���A
ou thi
Blazing
start
11 nd-
I
:i(i afternoon.
I " expected that clergymen from
1 Jwti of the dioe ise will be present
[��e! obsequies. Bishop Perrin. of
.,c,r"'ii. is also expected, although It
I?' certain that he wlll be here.
'"p diocese is an extensive one and
m clergy will not be ahl? to come.
I*1' east it extends as far as Kam-
**iMl1 the Kootenay and Oltana-
_h* lnclu'led In It. In the north
: flistrlrt extends till It comes to the
"Ms of tbe diocese of Prince Ru-
^ which is under the jurisdiction
to ,h" Bishop of Skeena. Van-
-   ei' la included, but Vancouver is-
Prince Albert,    April
made this mornlni
���ailroad.    Engineers
with  a  party  of
,   axemen, left for the noi
ft I    A second party is expeoted to iea\e
des  in tw0 week9.
in reference ,_
within the province, as to the
billty of a uniform mining law for the
whole  Dominion,  and  the  possibility I
of securing the refining-of nickel with-'
in the province.    Mr. Gibson thought
that there would be considerable difficulty ln getting mining men generally
to agree on any uniform mining law,
but if the Federal  department could
devise  a model  law  he    thought    it
might  be  adopted  by   tho  provinces.
As  to  the  question  of   the   relative
merits of granting absolute  titles to
mining land or of grant In        '   '
he said that where the
tern was applied and had been ln op-
1 era!ion  il  was recopnlze .  as having
many  commendatory  features.    However, mining men seemed to personally favor an unlimited tenure
the committee,
which will hold its Sst general meeting the Vancouver city hall on Miday
"fhe   delegates   from   ther different
anions all made satisfactory report*.
PLACED DYNAMITE UNDER:
RED WDERE WIFE SLEPT
only leases.
leasehold sys-
of min-
hunters  and campers,
extended   to   theni   the
camping   at   Bay   Pond,
Brandon, where there
The newcomers
the spot, nnd when Mr
found that he could pur-
'Pat;,e^ra"^miess character.
from ^^^
and deer,
lighted with
feller
priv..~o-  --1
a  few  miles
were trout
were de
i: CAIGARY BANK CLEARINGS
oi
Hi!'.'!
is
separate   diocese.
S", It.    TH. UMt ...Tom-Sod "'�����
Blind Octogenarian Dies.
'ntiilHnn
upo     	
tlon.\        ������n  dav    Mr.    Rockefeller's
nf!,ou��ht for ��50,000 the tract for
"F.ei"h SS 000 had h ,in asked, and im-
Wl,ich * o.i' �� ' destruction   of
Sedlatel.    Sg^Kwlef became  a
B,!,n U   n  h."  New  York   &  Ottawa
power  im
SHOW VERT BIG INCREASE
April  15.���Bradstreets
i.,.,,tnffs.  Dominion  of
Inland Revenue Returns.
Ottawa, April 15.���The Inland Revenue  returns for  March  totalled  $1,-
2(18.430,  as  compared with   $1,129,539
during the same month last year.
TRADE IN WESTERN CANADA
IS VERT SATISFACTORY
'CtMon,
fluirch
schemi
6,000
Tho
000.
April    15. ��� The
ii'my is propounding a
'e for the  (migration   of
Poor  boys  to  Australia.
u'"iy Is asking for   ��50,-
holdlngs
acres,   comrh,t/,'>
town  of
Ducey   mill,  c 	
to  all    ^K^thaT'reqUlred their
houses upon termsitW*     'Thug    the
surrounding
Brandon.    He scattered the
l0Sed   his   vast
and
New York,
weekly hank
Canada:
Montreal   ��� ��� ���
Winnipeg ��� ���
Ottawa   	
Calgary
Hamilton   ��� ���
Victoria   ������ ���
Edmonton ���
Toronto   ��� ��� -
clearings,  Dom!
Miner   Murders   Self,   Son   and   Wife
in   Original   Manner-Daughter
Has  Miraculous  Escape.
Xegaunee,   Mich., April  15.���Frank.
ing lands when once1 obtained from the j H'u''inaPn'/ miT'' S^^'^tn
' stick of dynamite  under the  bed m
As to the question of refining nickel, filch  his  wife    and    three-year-old,
in   Ontario,   he said   that   the   whole *J(Jg ���^53$*.  ���*��**
r^a^ rttoSrff JBs!?- r-woman and boy were blowa-
of nickel in Ontario  as the processes ,t0 d "^ miraculous escape,-,
.were not now prtented, but there^wns       in��tou���d practically unhurt on the,
to be considered the question of the i r,     8   "" m
American duty of six per cent against; ^/three dead" were terribly maa-
the product, and the cheaper cost ofl   ,   '     wuw �������*�� '
refining  in "'  "* '���     *��   gIea'
owing     to
chemicals.
Inc.
57.0
49.9
45.0
estates
purchased
$35,609,000
15,115,000
3.S53.000
2,717,000 120.0
1,848,000 51.1
1800,000 53.0
1299,000 G7.8
'  29,243,000 42.G
8.018,000 111.1
New York, April 15.���Bradstreets
weekly report of state of trade will
say tomorrow:
Trade   In   Canada,   particularly   In
western  sections,  is  very  satis-
ln  orders  tire  good
^^^^^    the    States
cheaper  coal,  coke    and
Tbe principal market for tbe refined
nickel must be In the United States
**������<>������������������������������ ��������� ���
^ASS^*Sa^W*fc��
Vancouver         1,923,000
-���*"-      1,674,000
1,325.000
1,374,000
Quebec
Halifax
St. John
N.B-
25.2
23.6
22.8
niCKei  rnusL  >>c  in   ^..^   	
nnd If a policy of requiring refining ���
In Ontnrlo were adonted no one ���
could say for certain that the Amerl- a
can duty would be taken off. If an ���
electric process of refining could be ���
made commercially feasible that would j ���
undoubtedly have considerable effect ���
In stimulating refining in Ontnrlo. | ���
Thp Mines department proposes to ^4
establish in Ottawa an experimental J ���
plant to demonstrate the most eco-' ���
nomlcal and best methods of ��� con-! ���
centratlng ores of all kinds. The pro- ���
��� ���    K-" "'    toe ;���
 r
Budget  Is Safe. ���
the
SnTbusiness'on'fall account shows expansion, save in the cast wheie there
is an indisposition to buy until tne
price situation becomes cl��W��. RJ
tall trade Is active and c^cnslve
"���WSJSS weV rtmfflng ^d^^peTlmVntal  station w,���
^mssm_msshj ���
London, April  15.���Undoubtedly the  Nationalists,    Laborites and Radicals are delighted
with Premier Asqulth's declaration ln the House of Commons
last night and the coalition is
now  thoroughly    united   If it
never was before, say the Unionists, and^ the    crown    has
been thrown at the feet of an
Irish coalition.   It Is generally
assumed  that passage  of the
building ts assured.
M��
41.5 I ponding week of 1909.
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SATURDAY, APR,L ,
'"ll
aassifieydvertisemenis
WANTED.
WANTED���ROOM WITH OR W1T11-
out board by young 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.
WANTE
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���  EXP
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NCED    MAN
for   rt
al
estate  work
References.
Good
proposition.
P.
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Co., 4
50
Columbl)
St.
Si
pperton.
WANTED���FIRST CLASS TAILOR-
ess. Apply a. s. Mellson, Sixth
street.    Enter by Cunningham ball.
WANTED��� WOMAN���AQE  18 TO 30
���to help with general housework.
Two children. Good home and
wages. Apply Prentice, 1837 Napier street, Vancouver.	
WANTKD TO RENT ��� BY YOUNG
couple, with best references, small,
well furnished modern house o,'
apartment   A. D. V., this office.	
WANTED ���FURNISHED    HOUSE
for lour to six months; small family���no children. P. J. Hart &. Co.,
Ltd.
WANTED���TO KENT BY MARRIED
couple, one or two furnished rooms
close to business section. Address
Permanent, News Ofiice.
WANTED���ACREAGE IN BURNABY
suitable  for  subdivision.    Reply  tu
Buna Fide." News Ofiice.
WANTED-
-SIX
TO EIGHT
ROOMED
cottu
go;
fully
modern;
close
in;
good
loc
ition.
Write P. 0
. Box
170,
City.
WANTED ��� 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
furnisheS 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.
FOR SALE���TWENTY CORDS OF
wood.    Apply S. J. News Ofiice.
FOR QUICK S.-U.E���34-FOOT PAN-
��ded 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 5(1x132 cleared, fenced;
one block east of Twelfth Street
car. Price $1,400, terms. Apply,
Owner, 1024 Tenth Avenue.
OBLATE  FATHERS.
Several Appointments Made���Order
May Establish College at St. Charles.
\\ tnnipeg, April 14.���As a result of
the recent visit of Archbishop Dontenwill. superior general of the Oblate
order of Mary Immaculate, some
changes have taken place in the Oblate junior..te in St. Boniface, the
present headquarters. Father Van
Gisten is the superior and director of
the juniorate and the office of director is taken by Father Ma. nan. the
provincial Of the order. Father Cordes.
hitherto parish priest of St. Joseph's,
goes iis priest to Pius colony, Sask.
It   was at one  time hoped that the]
visit   of Mgr.  Dontenwill  would    see j
some progress made with the project j
of the  Oblates  to  establish a college ;
ei' their own at St. Charles. The Ob-!
la*e hope to found sucn a college and i
to have lt aflUlated with tlie University of Manitoba.    At present a number of their pupils receive instruction i
by the Jesuits at St. Boniface college,
but   the  Oblates aspire to a    college I
and teaching staff which would enable j
tbem   to   do  all   their  own   teaching. ]
Although pre-eminently a    missionary
and not a teaching order the Oblates !
control the Ottawa university, found-
p.i  many years ago by Mgr. Glugues
and they also have junlorates at Buffalo, N.Y., and  San  Antonio, Texas.
Archbishop Dontenwill having    travelled extensively and being occupied
witli many other matters, preferred to
I wait till he reached Rome before taking any definite steps.    He promised
| however,  to send  out  from  Rome  at
an   early   date   Fathar   Do.ois   to   dis-
, cuss  the question  of the  removal  to
I St. Charles.
In other directions the Oblates, who
have played such an honorable role
| in the development of the west, are
I making progress. A central establishment will be built this summer for
'the provincial. Father Magnan and the
missionary staff, next to the Church
of the Sacred Heart, on McDermot
avenue. There is further every probability that the Roman Catholic publications now published by the West
Canada Publishing Company will In
the near future be edited by the Oblates. At the present moment a commodious office building of three stories and costing between $00,000 and
$70,000, Is being erected for the company near the Sacred Heart church,
at the corner of McDermot and Mar-
garetta.
New Advertisements
MILLMEN VERY SCARCE.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
SNAP���S.    W.  ! .   of  Sec.   16,  Tp.  10,
Langley; 160 acres of tine land With
2,600,000   feel   of  good   '"' tiul"
ber;  *4ii per acre;  easy  terms.
SNAP��� N. W. ' . of Sec. 14. Tp. 10,
Langley; 1110 acres of tine fruit
land; $45 per acre; $2,000 cash; 1,
2, 3 and 4 years.
SURREY ��� 25 acres In Section 21
Township 2, facing on Hjorth road;
$425 per acre; terms.
SURREY���Southwest ' . of Section 27
Township 2; price $!H> per acre.
SURREY���N.W. U of sec. 24, township 2; good soil and near Yale
road; $7S per aeie, $4,-ISO cash; 6,
12, IS and 24 months .
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.
3  1-3  Acres;   $1,0(10 the piece.
About  2 acres in Sec. 30;  $1,550.
���in Acres in See. 33; $350 per acre.
60 Acres in Sec. 36; $275 per acre.
���lu Acres in See. (1; facing coast Mere-
dian road; $275 per acre.
160 Acres in Sec. 31, Tp. 8;   $15 per
acre.
SURREY���$400    per    acre    buys    120
acres on Hjorth road.
LULU   ISLAND.
Kast half of XL;  3.15 ncres.
349 Feet waterfront; $22 per foot.
Lot  41, Block  11, Four North  Range,
Six W. 4. N. 6 W., Group 1; 5 acres.
$3H0 per acre.
Range 5, Lots 16 and 17, Sec. 32 E.;
10 ncres; $300 per acre.
Lumber  Industry in  Interior Hampered by Shortage of Labor.
Nelson, B. C. April 14.���The lumber situation throughout the Interior
of British Columbia as the spring
opens out shows a very marked
Change tor lhe belter. W. A. Anslie,
secretary and manager of the Mountain Lumermen's association, with
headquarters in this city, states that
the only drawback ar the present
time is tlie dearth of common unskilled labor at tho swamills of the
interior, covering a wide section of
the province.
"1 am speaking conservatively," be
said, "when I say that there is steady
work for from 1,000 to 1,500 men at
lumber mills at the present time. We
want white labor and prefer It, but
find   it   dlillcult   to  get  anything  like
BILLY McLEAN IS |jri
ROAST BY HAIL AND EKJ
Tory   Paper   Puts   Bia
me
0n Tn,
World Editor, for Presem ^
in
Party,
The Mail and Empire o!
contained a leading article
forts to reorganize ih
'"'"nt|
on i
SURREY���A
fine
su
bdivision
or
ranch;   40
acres;
the
B.B
���   \i
Sec.
33, range 2,
\\\; price
$350
per
acre;
good terms
SURREY���18 acres; 4 acres cleared;
facing on Townline road; lots 2 and
3 of N. 10. 1-1 section 31, township
2;  price $350 per acre.
BURNABY.
2    Acres    cleared;     facing    Hastings
road; $3,750; 4-roomed house.
6 Acres in Block 7, 1>. L. 166 A. Group
1;  $7oo per acrej on Byrne road.
7 Acres best fruit land, near Burnaby
lake; 3 minutes from car; with 6-
roomed house, fruit house, 2 fruit
cellars,   2  chicken   runs,   wells,   stable;  $111,500; terms.
party, which is worth _.,���,,���   ]
part,   as   showing   the  mmJ
Chaos at which matte , hav    J
I After ;i bitter  an ,.���;   , , ^   rf
,,.  , ,. Lean,  M.P.,  the ai tlcla ,., ,,���   t
sufficient  men.    For common    labor,! ""Hinuj
the  kind  now  wanted  everywhere  In       ' Now  tllat  a  Con8er\ituvB ���
the district .the wages paid run from ,tlon is approaching, Mr, mi1(,
$2.25  to $3, and the average pay for   become  exceedingly
good men is about $2.75 per day. All ' t|,.lt t|Ki Conservai
tho   sawmills  are   in   operation,    nnd I, .     . iv"��
ver_ many are working night and day, j be   reorganized,   and   the md
but are handicapped by the scarcity Uon for whk'11 '"' calls
of common sawmill help offering.    If   the decapitation of the
we can get the men quickly there wlll
be plenty of  work  for them  this  season and tin1 lumber mill business will
boom."
universally recognlzi .1 as ^ \
character in the public li|t (Jl
country.    Mr. Borden doe�� M[
 I up to the MacLean standards
   ; the retirement of Mr. Bordeniii
A. G. MARSHALL, 'fore demanded bj conietj
South Westminster Phone  F507 | ���iw 'V1.."'.."11"'1'.'"' ''"'^H]
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 acres
of good land, the west half of the
northeast quarter of section 16,
township 2; good terms.
SURREY ��� $175 per acre buys 20
acres facing on Roebuck road;
known as Lots 10 and 11, Sec. 34,
Range 2 west.    Easy terms.
BURNABY���$100 cash and $15 per
month buys a fine large lot on Third
avenue, Burnaby, near city car line.
Real Estate
vs.
Mortgages   1
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LET���ONE NICELY FURNISHED
bedroom.   703 Agnes street.
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
for one or two uidies. close to car.
615 Hamilton street, city.
TO RENT ��� COMFORTABLY FUR-
nished bedroom. Apply 713 Trew
street,  city.
FOR RENT���ON TENTH STREET,
facing Moody square, 6 rooms
��� <W. C... Immediate entry. Apply
Smith, 1007 Sixth avenue.
FOR   RENT.
TO LET���SIX-ROOMED COTTAGE.
Vacant May 1. Rent $23. Apply
221 Hartco ptreet, evenings, between 6 and 7.
FOR RENT���HOUSE AND FOUR
Lots in Burnaby, near car line.
Five rooms and bathroom, pantry,
etc. Rents $12 per month. May
lease for six monthe if tenant
suits. Apply to P. Peebles, 620 Columbia Street.
FOR RENT���HOUSE AND 4 LOTS
In Burnaby, near car line, 5 rooms
. and bath room, pantry, etc.    Rents
for $12 per month.    May lease for
���S nxuiths If tennent suits.
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    EXCHANGE���FIVE    ROOMED
House and lot in Vancouver, value
.$2000,  for  house  and  lot  in   New
"Westminster.     Apply,     Box   P.   R.
News  Office.
FOR  FIRST  CLASS
JOB PRINTING
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
Tta  FRONT  ST.,  WINDSOR  BLOCK
""oorietress. Mrs. M. Dominy.
Guichon Hotel
"iNewest   and   Most   Up-to-Date   Hotel
in the City.
��� Cafe Adjoins.     First Class Service.
Oofumbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 18.
Some of our shrewd clients
are beginning to feel that outside property; is now nearly
as high as it is worth. They say-
that the old stock exchange
axiom is good which says "Sell
when everyone wants them;
buy when no one wants them."
They have figured out that they
have done pretty well by real
estate and are now buying
mortgages. They say that seven
to eight per cent, is good for
such high class, gilt edged security���In fact there ls no security better than a mortgage
on improved real estate which
has withstood all the scrutiny
given morgages which passes
through our hands. They feel
that with such mortgages
they can sleep pretty comfortably���no anxiety as to a possible drop in value.
If real estate has done well
for you, or If you are for any
reason looking for the greatest security in investment, it
will pay you to see us and
talk over the matter. Our
knowledge is at your disposal
without charge. Years of experience and study of financial
matters of all kinds fit us to
speak with some degree of authority.
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 river road, including
house, barn; running spring on property; on surveyed car line running
to mills',   price $1,750;  easy terms.
BRENING   &   CO.
General  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
Rooms   5   and   6.
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Corner Columbia and  IJegbie  Streets
Phot
i and  Be
:ne 68^.
MILLER & JEWHURST
Opposite City Hall.
Room 7 Thompson  Blk.        Phone 659
Corner   lot   on   Blair  and  Sherbrook;
price, $500;   terms.
SURREY���4l/2 acres on Yale road under   cultivation   and   fenced;   price
$1,050;  $300 cash, balance 0, 12, 18
and 24 months.
SURREY���106 acres facing on Town-
line road; 3-4 mile from waterfront;
price $100 per acre.
LANGLEY���On
S
urrey
line
80
acres,
the west 1-2
of
S. E.
1-4
of section
34, township
8;
price
$S0
pet
acre;
easy terms.
CITY���6 room modern house on large
lot. on Fourth avenue and facing
city car line. A beautiful home.
Price $3,500; easy terms.
WILSON,   COOK   &   CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
VICTOR  A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6, Guichon Building.
Phone  681
SCOTT ROAD���We have a number of
5 and 10-acre blocks close In and
right on car line from $200 per acre
up; an investment in this property
will make money for you.
SURREY���160 acres in S. E. i/4 Sec.
21, Tp. 7. This property has 400
fruit trees planted; has the best of
soil; no stone; price $100 per acre;
good terms.
SNAPS IN WATERFRONTS.
160 acres of good land under crop,
with 30 chains of waterfront. Price
only   $50(i per  aero,  on  terms.
14 acres excellent land witli house
and buildings, with 21 chains waterfrontage. Railway through property.    Price $8000, quarter cash.
160 acres nearby all cultivated, exc 1-
lont land, waterfrontage North Arm,
near city.
40  acres,  with
Good terms.
waterfront.    Sunbury.
One   acre   waterfront,    quarter   mile
from Lulu Island bridge.
40   feet   waterfront,     three     minutes
from bridge.   $50 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 End for $2,100.
BURNABY���A 5-roomed house, close
to Edmond's Station on large lot;
cleared and planted;'close to post-
ofilee, school and church; price
$1,000;  good terms.
MILLER & JEWHURST
Opposite City Hall.
Room 7 Thompson Blk.        Phone 699
Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you
free a cake of their famous Plan toi
toilet   soap,  if .vou mention  this  paix-r
Full   sized  lot
enth avenue
car   line
'50 cash.
near   Sev
Kennedy  Subdivision   acreage  at
per  acre:   near  the tram  line.
Surrey ��� 10 acres in section
house, barn, and several i
cleared; price $375.
Some very good lots in Sapperton;
near tram line and school; below
market  value.    Suburban   1   and   2.
KELLINGTON BROTHERS.
Corner Columbia  and   Begbie   Streets.
Phone 680.
clamatlon  through  the |
Ottawa governmenl     Mr, MacU
colleague In the attempt to .sol
lze Is a public Journallsl ol i.ij
antecedents but ol Conservative!
fesslon at the pn enl mi
convert began his opi rations, thil
the evening paper which he dirl
with a hot campaign against Qui
The assaults wi re I tly copied tyl
press of the party with which!
assailant was formerly n?socli
and were attributed to th : J
Ontario," who had ni ver sech tlj
Tlie effect was as mlghl be expel
Many French-Canadian Conserra
resented the attacks to which
were  subjected.    As a    cnnseqtiJ
the   Liberal   Journalist  pn del
once to read them all out of the]
ty. If the French-Canadian Conii
tlves were not agreeable to the vi
which this gentleman was iiromif
ting, the only thing for them toi
was to leave the Conservative (1
forthwith, with Mr. Monk at thel
of the procession! Nor was thel
organizer entirely satisfied withJ~
reading out of all the Frenrh-Cl
dians. The resignation of the n
mass of the English-speaking Conl
vative public men, the majority!
whom were denounced as 'doadwl
nnd 'cobwebs.' was also propo|
Briefly stated, this program ,
drawala and expulsions, so?iiij.j
I mulgated by a leading Grit, iras
I ciliated to wipe out the ronserval
(party and to give Sir WillrWU'I
land his colleagues practical e\em\��
i from criticism. Ir was sti. ar-tol
i with the suggestion that Mr, M
would be kindly permitted fo rem
Iat his po ' i thai I li s position,
ing  that  hi.   support! ra < I  all
 ' guages and all 1 ���  hi did
~"TT" ' pear     The  two reo |
3 :  M.P.  .
IC1     ithe courtesy or something olseo/l
 I Laurier  machine,  the  other Ui
Liberal of prominence, are united 1
the desire to upset tbe Conservatl
party. But they differ .is to the pi
eess to be pursued. One wants 1
begin with Mr. Borden. Th" ota
proposes to disperse the rank and t|
nnd to leave Mr. Borden leading.
with nobody to lead."
$225
Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd.
T.   R.   PEARSON,
Manager   N.  W.  Branch.
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625 Columbia Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. C.
And   at  336   Hastings   St.,   W.
Vancouver, B. C.     Phone 3650
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster Phone F507
Acreage  and  half  acres;   near  tram.
Kasy terms.    South Wostmlnster.
Five  and  two acre  blocks and    cutoffs.    Easy terms.
35 City Lots. Scott Road station.
$150, third cash, balance 6, 12, and
18 months.
15 Acre farm; well stocked and In
good cultivation; with furniture
and equipment.   Easy terms.
120  Acres;   $200 per acre;   close  in.
Goad terms.
15 Acres; all under crop: fi cows,
horses and equipment; $o000; $2000
cash, remainder on terms.
132 Feet on Columbia street, New
Westminster; excellent view; double corner, with residence.
Two excellent lots; North Vancouver;
double corner; $100 cash, balance to
suit.
40 ft. Waterfront .three minutes from
the bridge;  $50 per foot.
APPLY���
A.   G.   MARSHALL,
Real Estate Office. Phone F. 507
South Westminster.
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
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THE       DAILY NEWS
Here's Another Chance���yesterday's is sold.
Large Lot on 1st Street between Third
and Fourth Avenues, facing Queens
Park. Price $2,000, one-third Cash,
balance 6 and 12 months.      ...
Builder's or Speculator's Bargain
$2000 cash will handle these 6 lots with
modern 8 room house in that beautiful
residential district bounded by Pine st.,
4th ave. and 3rd st.   Price $10,000.   .   .
NATIONAL FINANCE CO.
LIMITED
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 515 Curtis Block 657 Columbia St.
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|LWestminster, B.C.
SOCIETY.
Mrs. .1.  Alex, Cunningham will not
receive during April,
a.m
The lion  Richard McBride and Mrs.
McBride visited relatives in town on
Wednesday.
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Mrs. E. .1 Fader, Miss Ashby and
Mrs, ,1. II. Kellj are al HanIson Hot
Springs  foi   a week.
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Miss Gertrude Eastman has left
for a fortnlghl visit in Victoria with
Mrs. Rowland Sargentson.
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The Educational cluh met on Thursday evening at the borne of Mrs. i��. s
Curtis, Merrlvale Street.
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Mist: Bryan, of Vancouver, Bpenl the
week (Mill   111   town,   the   gllest   nt'   Miss
Marlon   Martin,   Granville  street.
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Mrs, Walter Nlobol, of Vancouver,
with ber little hoy .lack, spent Monday in town with her sister ,.\lrs, David Camble, Sixth street.
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Glen. Sapperton, will visit her sistei
Mi:,. Wlnterbourne, in Seattle fot two
weeks.
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specials: Mri
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v-l���, Came over foi the Clute M
vc,i ling, lefl  ior bei  home oh Wed
_, and   Second-Hand    Furni-
ture Bought and  Sold
L.ntB for   Baynes'   Carriages
L Capita   Milk   Separators
lecond-Hand    Bicycles    from
$10  to   $25.00
GENERAL   REPAIRING
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Mrs. A. C. Eddy received fo the
first time in hei new home on Second
,,.,,,., on Wednesday afternoon ol
this week,
It will be a greal pleasure to lovers
oi  Scottish music to hear tha   miss
[eBBle   MacLachlan   will  sing  In  the
Westminster opera house on May 25.
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The meet ing of the Woman's Auxiliary of th( Royal Columbian hos
LhJ will be hold on Monday at three
o'clock in the afternoon in the Queens
avenue  Methodist   church.
*   verv   large  ta, Tdelightful  bridge
narts   was   given   recently   by   Mrs.
las Cameron, of Ottawa, in honor
,  S guests, Mrs. Corbould, of New
Westminster, and her daughter, Miss
Wright
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leave ior a u hi ,,, ,.
will he accompanied hy Mrs. Corbould,
who is at present visitin. relatives
tin  the  east.     Mr. and   Mrs.  Corbould
will be away until some time in
| August.
Every man is interested in good
| Shoes, and, while all men want
| them, many men don t get them.
The men we shoe know no shoe
,rH't troubles,   because   our  shoes are *,
etoria. i correctly made by the most expert ���
IcBaln'* shoe  makers,   while  our  careful |
service in fitting is a guarantee of
perfect satisfaction.
We've "just right'' shoes for the
man of modest taste, looking for
comfort and durability, and all the
snappy styles for smart dressers.
We can't attract you to this home
of good Shoes Sir, by a string of
shoe prices for shoe prices all sound
t about alike, and so we say come, m
��� see the splendid shoe values we |
* offer at any given price���test our I
shoe excellence at the price, for
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"PROVIDENCE,  INCORPORATED."
(World's Work for April.)
"Providence, incorporated" is the
new nickname of Canada's groat ruil-
road. A Danish immigrant agent of
the road Invented the phrase and it
ought to stick. The occasion was the
Inauguration of a new method of
bringing farmers into the Northwest,
and the method Itself ls so radical
that lt deserves some free advertising.
\    The road owns much land. It needs
'many thousands of farmers,   lt wants
the best men.    It Is not satisfied with
[tile   man   who   lands   tit   Bills   Island
with $'2:i In his pocket.   It _oes after
the very best class or Tanners In Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and the mid- .
continental  areas.    Its ngents.    who
Swarm everywhere, found nflieh trouble ln persuading satisfied and pros
porous   farmers   on   well tilled   farms
to leave those farms nnd take to the
iiaek plains, with the hardships of the
rvlonoer's life before them.   That problem was put before tbe Canadian Pacific  officials.    They  set  to  work to
solve  ll.
So, today, pioneering ls going out of
fashion. Instead ef Belling raw hind
to raw settlers, the railroad Itself has
gone into the pioneering business It
sells the land, builds the house and
the ham breaks the fields, plants the
first crop, puts all the necessary tools
tinder  cover  on   the  farm   -anti  hands
over the farm ready-made    The ni "
settler   comes   from   a   rinlShed   farm
to a   finished   farm.
Aral'i while our own roverntvent
wont slowly at tho task of reclaiming
:,, i,i i.mi .> ,ii i ii, \\ est. i his railroad
.~.��t i..r. t'-i IrrtirnHnn business it-
Bolf. It could not afford to wait for
, government methods or for the waste
'ful selections of private capital. Vttx*
������ years ago the financial papers announced that the railroad waa going.
to reclaim some millions of acrea ot
land in the Bow River country, Alberta. Now, a million acres are watered, sold to farmers���settled. Thc-
rallroad's dltch<Hggers are moving od.
to the second million.
No ordinary  farmer Is wanted on
these new acres. The railroad's agents
are Instructed to call for tind demand
the best Irrigation farmers on earth to
till  these fields.    A scientific farming
export   ls  travelling  throtu/i  selected
aieas of  Europe,  lecturing  on Irrigation farming in Alberta.    His lectures
draw the ver.   best of the farming experts of the oltl hard-working nations
���and the promises that he makes are-
backed by a guarantee that never has.
failed, the word of a railroad that does
not He.
In the face of such efforts, directed
by the wisest  trains In the pioneering,
business, free from every sort of government   trammel,  liberal  beyond  the
experience of the past, is lt any wonder that more than 80,000 of the hest
farmers in the United St&teB last yeiar
went  Into Western Canada, carrying
with  them  probably  more  than  $100,-
000,000?     Tin.'   settlers   on   the     new
farms thai are sold ready-made need
nearly |2,000 each  to start   with   -and
the   llgtire  Is  put.  high  to  be  tunc  ot
getting the be.  men.
Whal machinery have the railroads
of tbla country to compare with moth
oils  like these"!    When    the    Grand
Trunk   Pacific  opens  up.  it   win  undoubtedly follow the same methods. It
takes  no  prophet   to  see.  in  the  regions   settled   under   these   principles,
the nucleus of the most efficient agricultural  nation  in  the  history of the
world.
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Itphone 13. Office ElQMh St
_. MEALS AT THE
lytton Hotel
iWysjHm   by   expert  white
i wtoVo..* cleanest and most
i. alia? fficben  In  the  city
Digby Electric Works
The Amateur Dramatic society in;,
connection with the parish of St. Bar-1, J
nabas have arranged to give throe ���
performances of "A Trial hy .lury" in J
Pt. Barnabas hall on Monday, April ���
IS. in St. Patrick's hall on Wednesday ���
April 20 and in the Municipal hall, ��
Burnaby, on Thursday, April Sl. [���
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W. E. Sinclair
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. .1. P, Mac-
Leod will be interested to know that on
leaving Greenwood for the coa*t tiny
were tendered a delightful reception
in   the court  house.     Mr.     MacLeod
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      was  given* a   gold  watch  and  chain
'1-MFA1    T1PWFT     *1A E.O   !l,1(t   -U!s    MacLeod  a    silver    chain
LrtL    I1V-IVE.1       $<*.D\J   pUrgg   containing   a   hundred   dollars
in gold. Mr. MacLeod has lately been
made legal Inspector of offices in British   Columbia.
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Mrs.   Beauchamp  Tye,   of   Victoria,
who is staying with ber mother, Mrs.
IJ    S.   Clute.   has   heen   the   guest     of
honor tit several very delightful affairs
during her visit.   Mrs. C. E. Seymour
entertained in her honor at a unarming dinner party.    Mrs.  Henry Doyle
i had a nmber of friends In at the tea
hour, and Mrs. .1. Harold .lones entertained tit   ti  theatre anl supper party
i at the performance of "The Red Mill"
in the Opera House last night.
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i     Mrs.   M.   Lester has  Issued  invlta-
' tlons for a flower .lance to be given
in the rink on Tuesday. April 19. The
patronesses are Mrs, F. J. Coulthard,
| Mis.  J.   ii.  Jones   .Mrs.  T,  J.  Trapp,
Mrs. Claude Hill, Mrs. J. K. Phillips.
.Mis. '1. S. Annandale, Mrs. P. Broad,
Mrs. A.  Malins.  Mrs.  F. Oaynor, ami
Holmes Block
THE SHOE  MAN
New Westminster, B. C.
I&ctric Light surpasses the Coal Oil
"up ancl Gas.   Costs less and gives
te trouble.
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Jee us about the lighting   Mis.  U  A.  '^'^nTM,   Frank Sla-
torhouse or store. I Mr. B. N. Sutherland, K^FraM^
"Columbia St. Phone 304   joi,     Mr.   W.      *^ M��� sholto
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SURREY
PROPERTY
17 large lots situated in the choicest part of Surrey, South Westminster-The ideal suburban homesite.
Price $150 per lot. Must be sold
en block; adjoining property is
selling at $250 per lot.
A block of 10 lots in Sapperton.   Price $225 per lot.    One
third cash, balance 6 ancl 12
months.
A block of 18 Ml sized lots in
Burnaby, beautiful view,
$450 each. Terms to suit the
purchaser. Sold singly or en
block
We have Buyers for Houses in all
parts of the city.   Ownfers apply to
Ihe British Canadian Securities
Company, Limited.
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:    The Dominion Trust
Ready
Money
*��� GOOD    FRIEND    ALWAYS
11 you deposit your money for
!��lety In The Hank of Toronto
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find It will be
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earning tor you three per cent.
Interest. Small or large sums
"���ay he deposited at any time.
80   BRANCHES
ln Ontario,   Quebec   and
West.
the
CAPITAL
REST
. .$4,000,000
... 4,750,000
BankofToronto
NEW   WESTMIN8TER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Mgr.
MeColi ami Mr.
On Monday evening n meeting of
the university graduates of the city
was hold in the hoard ot trade rooms
and the following otneers were elected : Honorary president, Hon. lllehar.l
McBride, prime minister of British
Columhla; presldenl. Rev, t. Ward*
law Taylor, M.A., I'll. 1).; vice presldenl. Rev, Principal Blpprell, D.D., o[
the Columbian college; secretory-
tieasurer, w, K. Hansford; executive,
Professor Burwasb and Miss Helen
Uohson,   I .   A.
A number of people had tea with
Mrs.   Beauchamp   Tye,   on   Thursday
afternoon amongst whom were Mrs. C.
C   Worsfold,  Mrs.  J.  w.  Crelghton,
Mrs.   McGulre, Mrs.  ,1. S.  C.   Kraser
Mrs.   Henry  Doyle,    Mrs.    R.  O
Bcholefleld. Miss Corbould, Mrs. C
Doherty, Mrs. \V. tl. McCfuarrle, Miss
MacGowan,     Mrs.    Charleson,
Yuengling, Mrs. James Brymner.
C.  B.   Seymour,   Mrs.   Henry   L.   Edmonds, Mrs. Oaynor, Mrs. Malins, Mrs.
J. Harold Jones, Mrs. Barrett and Mrs.
J. Stlllwell Clute.
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Bill Doherty wns at home to his
little friends on Wednesday afternoon
at the home of his grandmothpr, Mrs.
S. B. Martin, Queens avenue. His
mother, Mrs. Charles E. Daherty, was
assisted in looking after the little tots
by Miss Josephine Martin. Miss Claire
Corbould. Miss Tera Corbould and
Miss Lillooet Armstrong. The children Invited were ,'anet Doyle, JJarry
Doyle. Frances Doyle   Catherine Fra-
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Mallns. Warren W Jean
Charlie   ����^ ""��3^, Tom Tye,
MacKay. Dorothy MacKa.       oIefleW>
Hick   Coulthard    0�� dhon0l.ant, Morris
Cordon Corbould. ��f ^   Margaret
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SCOTT ROAD
|" The Gateway of the Delta"
,������ or    155 acres in section 18.
160 acres in section lo.   ^d
165 acres in section 18.   120 acres in section 12.
All the above are on the Scott Road and the
prices S from $110 to $150 p* me,
See us for full particulars.
Wa* Are Sure Sellers.
eTj. fader
Northern Crown Bonk BuiWing.        Phon. 295
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10 room house on Ash Street;
modern; will rent for $22.50 per
month.   Cash $1200, balance easy.
Cleared lot on 8th street, near t��
8th avenue. Cash $700, balance 6 *
and 12 months.
Opposite Queens Avenue Methodist Church, 103 x 132 feet. $3000
cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
This is the best buy in the city
today. :*^********\*****m
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Symmes & Crandell
Dean Block, Columbia St. 3 Doors fnro Bank ol Moniretl
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flog Company, Limited, at their offices, 1
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
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THE SLEEPING SICKNESS
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SATURDAY,
APRIL  16,
1910.
THE   SUFFRAGETTE   CAUSE.
Tlie   temerity   displayed   by   Presi
dent Taft   in   facing an  array  of  en- ;
Jthusiasts ln   the cause of "votes  for j
���women" appears, fortunately, to have
been   fraught   with   no   very   serious
.conseciueneos.     To   the   president   is
*lue the distinction of being the flrst
liead   of   an   administration   to   face
Ahese militant women at one of their
*>wn   meetings.    At  one  time  during
ihe proceedings of the convention at
Washington,   however,  the   safety  of
7(he  portly  and  spacious head of the
States  would  seem  to  have  been  in
some  danger.    Loud  hisses  followed
his  bold  criticism  of the  movement.
Hut his coolness under the volley of
disapprobation  and his  broad,  placid
:smile served to bring him through the
ordeal.     Then   too  his  dexterous   application of the incident to the moral
by  which  he had awakened the outburst   of  indignation  on  the  part   of
sthe  assembled   suffragettes  gave  the
president  a  decided   advantage.     He
reproved the women for their display
.of   feeling   and   bade   them   exercise
f.hat degree of restraint wliich ts nec-
��ssary in the conduct of national affairs.    But he put the real  difficulty
���wliich lies in the way of the success
<of this movement more tersely when
Jhe pointed  out that the  task  before
women  desirous of establishing th< ir
political  rights was, "not in  convincing the men, but in convincing their
own sex,"  of its reasonableness and
feasibility.
There lies the point, in a nutshell,
iis it were. It is exceedingly doubtful whether the naturally emotional
character of woman fits her to take
part in the control of a nation's affairs, or to display that" sense of discrimination which will operate for the
benefit of the general community.
Woman has always exercised, and
may continue to exercise, if she will,
n power in politics from "behind the
rhrone." Though silent and unobserved her power has nevertheless
heen apparent and effectual. It Is a
serious question whether, if the suffrage were granted to her, she would
be able to do more real good for her
fellows, if as much, as she has hitherto been able to effect without it. It
is possible, if not probable, that with
the power to vote, hysterics would
take the place of that discretion and
calmness of judgment, which woman
can now exercise In her comparative
obscurity as the helpmeet of man.
Result  of   Recent   Investigation���Concentration Camps.
CoL Sir David Bruce, the head of
the commission which was despatched
in September, 1908, "by the Imperial
government, under the direction of
the Royal society, to investigate sleep-
in. sickness. h;;s, accompanied by
Lady Bruce, returned to England on
the termination of his mission.
The headquarters of the mission
w;:s at Mpunu, a desolate and remote
spot six miles from the northern shore
of Victoria Xyanza. and about an
equal distance from a great concentration and isolation camp, where hundreds of the unfortunate victims of
sleeping sickness were taken to end
their days, being meanwhile treated
i</ one colonial surgeon, who Is ln
charge of the place. Two officers of
the commission have been left at
Mpunu to continue the investigations,
ease, it was stated that on the penin-
ease, it was tsated that on the peninsula on which Col. Bruce's laboratory
was erected there were formerly fifty
churches, but all except one have been
closed. When Col. Bruce's mission
left England, previous investigation
bad led .o the belief that the Glos-
sina palpalas (tsetse fly) wllich was
j the chief and probably sole carrier
j of the disease, remained infective for
; only forty-eight hours.
A discovery made by Dr. Klelne in
[ German   East   Africa   has   now,   however, disproved this theory, and it is
I shown that the fly can remain infec-
j tive and capable of giving rise to the
] disease  for  at  least  several   months
j and  even  for  much longer    periods.
| Tills entirely  upsets the theory that
infected zones cleared of their Inhabitants could,  after a brief period, be
repopulated  by healthy persons.
In the fly area the most energetic
steps have been taken to remove all
th.e inhabitants. One island of Ba-
vtima, wliich formerly had a population of 22,000, was cleared of 4,000
natives, all that vrere left by the ravages of the disease. The population
of the Sesse Islands and also of the
lake shores had been reduced to one-
fifth, and all these have been moved.
Strips' of land ln the neighborhood
of landing places on the lake have
also been cleared, and all the native
canoes destroyed. In consequence of
these steps no fresh cases of sleeping
sickness are occurring in Uganda, and
it may thus be inferred that the epidemic, as regards fresh cases, has
been stamped out.
Sir David Bruce and his staff were
completely isolated during the greater
part of their investigations, an occasional visit to Kampala being their
only change. The concentration
camps, wliich usually comprise about
a hundred huts, with isolation shelters fo rthose who are in extremis,
are all full, and the death of all the
occupants is only a matter of time.���
London Standard.
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Have You Bought That Odd Piece of
FURNITURE
Yet. That You Have Desired
You know our Reduced Prices on all Fine Furniture
continues until Saturday night.
If you are not ready to have deliveries made at once
we will hold purchase for instruction.
We Invite Your Inspection ot   the  Finest   Assortment   of
Imported Rugs, Mats and
Carpets in all B.C.
"We Furnish Your Home Complete"
The Famous Whitney "Baby Cabs" go on Saturday
LEES LIMITED
Phone 73
Successors to  Lee's Furntlure  Emporium.
716-718 Columbia st. ��� New   Westminster
FOOD   AND   PEACE.
lt is a disappointment to the people of Canada that Lord Kitchener
lias not been permitted to carry out
his original intention of making his
way home from India to England by
way of this Dominion. But the call
ttf duty Is urgent, and he is speeding
across the United States in order to
reach the heart of the Empire at the
earliest possible moment. Ills stay
of an hour and thirty minutes in Chicago, on Thursday, however served
in provide an opportunity for an enterprising newspaper man to gather
in a few crumbs of opinion from the
rnan of reserve.
The famous general's pronouncement on the value and importance of
international peace was the most noticeable of his utterances. He revealed the key to the situation when
fie said that the great factor towards
ihe preservation of the peace of the
world is food. The object of every
ration is to ensure its necessary supply of bread, and it is in futherance
*nt this that colonial expansion nowadays plays so Important a part in
policy of government.
As Lord Kitchener said: "The nation whose food supply is cramped is
restless. It wants to expand. It
wants what the other fellow has."
"Hie inference from this is that whilst
;-.i nation has an ample food supply it
Js an advocate and supporter of
j)eace; but a shortage Is likely to con-
���vert that same nation into an agres-
��or and a danger to the peace. Hence
��� comes it about that Canada, as the
granary of the world, may serve the
valuable purpose of preserving tbe
peace of the world.
NOTICE.
District of New Westmister.
TAKE NOTICE that thirty days
waiter date date I, William E. Wright,
��� of Clayburn, B. C, intend to apply to
'the Assistant Commissioner of Lands
tfor a license to prospect for coal and
I petroieum on the following described
(lands:
Commencing at a post marked Wm.
Tl. Wright's southwest corner,' set at.
aOie boutheast corner of District Lot
Manufacturing Sites.   Waterfrontage and Trackage
Let us have yours on our list soon as you possibly can. It will
probably be to your advantage.
Only three left of our fiilxl65 ft. lots at Edmonds and they are advanced in price 25 per cent, on our former price of $250.
These are still good buying, and will make a decided advance
within the next few weeks. Tho terms are good and so is the soil.
A.-l car service, water system, park, postolllce, church and school.
Up out of the fog.
PATTERSON COMPANY
657  Columbia  St. Phone  698
And at the "Cedar Cottage" of New Westminster, Edmonds.
Phone F. 208.
There's
Elegance
and Dashit
These Coats
Handsome new modi I
variety of styles���and
s in a  .il
'���' '���������nl is al
No. 205, Group 2. New Westminster
District, thence east one mile, thence
north one mile, thence west three
fourths of a mile, thence south tnree
fourths of a mile, thence west one
fourth of a mile, thence south one
j fourth of a mile to the point of commencement.
WILLIAM E. WRIGHT.
New Westminster, B. C, March 8,
1910.
Northern Crown Bank'
HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG
Capital, Authorized,        -       -       -       $6,000,000
Capital, Paid Up, $2,200,000
DIRECTORS
-     SirD. H. McMillan, K.C.M.G.
Capt. Wm. Robinson
H. T. Champion      Frederick Nation
W. C. Leistikow      Hon. R. P. Roblin
i President
Vice-President
Jas. H. Ashdown
D. C. Cameron
A Genera] Banking Business Transacted
R. Campbell
J. P. Roberts
General Manager
Supt. of B. C. Branches
*�������� J. E. HAWKSHAW, Manager   New  Westminster  Branch  >t;^li"'3.
West End
Money Makers
Block 5, City Lot 41, Lots 1, 2,
3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 for���
$11,000
One-third   cash,   balance   six,
twelve and eighteen months.
All these lots face on Twelfth St.
great necessity these days-so se-l
cure  yours  while the selection ia|
large.    We have  styles to plea
all, whether in 7-8, full length or
 H the  short  coat   mclels so popular
"^       ^> for this season.   Come and inspect
the advance styles in  linen  eonts.   Some very pleasing creations are
already here for warmer weather.
Short Length Linen  Coah
A tempting collection of Misses and Ladies' sizes in smart semi-1
fitting styles; plain; some pleated side. In white and natural color.[
All sizes.   From $3.50 to   WW
Full Length Models
Very effective are there garments; lemlflttlng; Bome plated at j
sides, others braided and button trimmed in self colors and con-,
trusting shades. The "Acme of Perfection" Is a fitting description!
for these really stunning styles.  From  $6.50 to    VW��j
Black Silk Coats
In 7-8 and full length styles. Moire. Taffetta, heavy corded Ben-
galine and Poi-de-Soie are tlie silks mostly used in these coats. Smartly trimmed and braided models that deserve Bpeclal ttten.on al
$20.00, $L'5.00, $30.00 and   -m
A Big Run on
Children's Coats
We  have  experienced  this   week.   Still the selection is almost as j
varied as at first.   But do not lelay  too  long.    Come  in  and fit*
children out now.    We are ready with almost every shade and to
likely to be required.   Low prices too.   From $1.(15 to  W��
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^> 4>4>aaaaaaaaaaa<r444
BREAKFAST AT THE "ROYAL"
Ever wake up in the morning with that "no appetite" feeling'
That's the very time you need a well-cooked meal���something that
will tickle the palate and create an appetite. For unless you do
eat a good breakfast you can't expect to do a good day's w��rl(
Come to the "Royal"���the season's best edibles are on the menUi
Fruit, Cerals, Fish, Fowl, Egggs, Meat ��� delicfouslyly cooked and
daintily  served. We  move  upstairs  next week.
THE ROYAL CAFE
I X     Seabold & Jones, Props.
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Dominion  Trust Block.
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W. J. KERR
Columbia Street.
Phone 170
*    CLOCKS
WESTMINSTER CHIME, MUSICAL, MARBLE, POLISHED WOOD,
GILT, SILVER, CHINA, ALARM, CABINET, CUCKOO AND HALL
CLOCKS
Chamberlin's
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THE
JEWELER
Official  C.   P.   R.  Time   Inspector.
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JUST ARRIVED
Ryall's FACE CREAM
PRICE 25 Cents
I Ryall's Drug Store
EYES TESTED FREE BY OPTICIAN
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APRIL 16, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE F1VK.
0
PITCHER IS
ENIR BY TAFT;;
President at Op-
I en>ng
pitched by
ofSeason Game la Return-
,a to Walter Johnson.
CLUTE M'BAIN   WEDDING.
One of the prettiest wedings that
as taken place in New Westminster
was solemnized at Holy
on Tuesday, when
for some time
Trinity Cathedral
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D.C, April
16.���Presl
Wi^rtwtJideTor~tlie Buccess
,t,.i's
Home  team,    the
American club, which In
W|? pennant    raci
IUttI!iitpltcherra unique auto-
**��Ll    Tho t
h0
n$n-r
finished
today when he pre-
��� JohRfpp, the Wash-
cher' a unhii
Tho treasured sou-
Johnson Is the base- |
",. president Taft throw into
���!>    ,��s the game opening tho j
rfSon began. |
j*1*',tut the hall to tho White
F .Jy and the President wrote
r   'w.iter Johnson, with the hope
Ky continue to be as ln yes-
IJ"'-"U"'\V!I.I.IAM  II. TFAT."
���.^succeeding with difficulty In
^.hl. line on the ball the presl-
rlVnatched a White House mes-
��'dPf lt , baseball park where
g, proudly displayed his trees-
YESTERDAY'S   BASEBALL
National.
I Boston���
li York . ���
lit on 	
American.
L [{(w York-
W"'< 	
(ew Vork .. ���
II. H.R.
4 R 1
f>    9    3
R. H. E.
I Doris Leslie, youngest dauguter of Mr.'
John S. Clute, of this city was married to Mr. Hubert Blake McBaln, of
Vancouver.    A large number of relatives assembled to witness the ceremony together with other interested
friends.    The impressive service was
conducted   by   the   Reverend  Canon
D'easum, rector of the parish. Before
the  arrival  of  the   bride,   Mr, Frank
Major,   her  cousin,   who   presided  at
the organ  played  Wagner's beautiful
Bridal March.    The bride entere.l at
.the west door of the church leaning I
on the arm of her father as the choir
| were    singing      "The    Voice    That
Breathed U'er Eden." .
Miss  Clute  looked   very charming,
Indeed,   In   a   close   fitting    princess
gown  of  white  silk  crepe  d .   chine,
with yoke and sleeves of silk net outlined with satin trimming.    She also
wore a veil of brussels net with sprays
of   fractional   orange  blossom   and
ran led   a   lovely   shower   bouquet  of
bridal roses and lillies of the valley.
She was attended hy her little nephew
I Tommy Tye, of Victoria, who made a
darling page ln his little b'ue satin
dress with lace collars and cuffs, and
by   her   two   cousins,     Miss   Eleanor
j Brown nnd  Miss Gertrude Brown, as
; bridesmaids, wearing dresses of- pink
and   blue   silk   grenadine   with   satin
i trimming and carrying huge bouquets
I of pink carnations.   They wore quaint
\ bonnets of leghorn straw and maline
in colors to match their gowns.
The church was beautifully decorated for the occasion by the friends
I of the bride and groom, Quantities of
| white carnations and greenery being
' used.   The bridal patry stood under a
huge hell of lovely white stocks.   Mr.
John  Belyea  and   Mr.   John  Erskine
supported the groom.   In the course of j
the service the beautiful hymn "Oh!
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��0U get your money's worth when
you buy ML Pure Paints because
(hey better protect the surface
they cover, and they cover more sur-
face to the gallon. They do protect
better, because they contain a special
ingredient that nearly doubles the life of
thesepaintsas compared with other kinds
Pure Paints
coVer better
They cover more because they are made
of pure materials ot best quality, in the
proportions taught by seventeen year".
paint-makiss for practical painters; and
they are ground right and mixed perfectly   with   the   right   kind   of   oil
Forty colors for interior and exterior
Work of every sort. . Made bp Imperial
Varnish & Color Co., Limited, Toronto
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ANDERSON & LUSBY
Agents for New West
minster and District.
A
Six-room, one and one-half storey
Cottage in the West Knd. All modern conveniences. Faces a 66-foot
street and hacks on a 50-foot lane.
Price $2400; $:100 cash, balance .75
per month.
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Perfect Love" was rendered and at
the conclusion of the ceremony, Mr.
Frank Major played Mendelssohns'
Wedding March. Afterwards a reception was held at the home of tlte
.t.���-���^___  ^^^  bride's   parents   on     Sixth     avenue,   =
mlth to he anywhere  from  fifteen  toasts iere given and responded to.   |
i,..h ������   jj_   j   q   groWBi unc]e 0f tbe bride, |
proposed the health of the bride and |
and Colonel  West, American I
".-*       r,t       tha
ALASKA A  BIG   MONEYBOX.
Kitirrates cf Its Wealth Which Reach
$1,500,000,000,000.
"A talk' of statistics shows Alaska's
be anywhere from fit toe"
.Jon dollars to a trillion and a half,
ws Hampton's Magazine. It sounds
tore a? it the results came from sev-
b|ps of guesses instead of sta-
_.... but the figures are big any
|nj you take them.
"Al Alaskan said recently that the
idly two persona   who    really  know
Wthlog about Alaska are  the    Al-
Iflitj and  Alfred  H.  Brooks." says
the Truer.   "The latter is a member
dt!* l'nited States Geological  Sur-
��ty. ar.d  we   have   what   lie    knows
iter. Alaska.
Ml. Brooks  says  that  only  20 per      Tbe pres(,ms WUMJU bbib _
Item ot Alaska baa been surveyed at  beautiful testified to thc hlg
���������'- "���'���: '"...'ii has been   ,n  wWch  tlu> young people
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
�� THE   SURREY   SPECIALISTS.
5 Phone 85.���628 and 746  Columbia 8t.
X NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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Ladies' Blouses
AND
groom ��   ���.. _.    ..
Consul  at  Vancouver,  that    of    the
bride's father and mother.   Later the
happy   couple   left   on   the  afternoon (
train for Seattle en route to Portland
where the honeymoon will be spent./,
The brides going away gown was a
tailor-made   suit   of   grey   tweed  and ||
she wore a charming blue gage hat.
On  their return  Mr. and Mrs. Mq-
Bain will reside in their bungalow at !
Kltsilano. !
The presents which were many and
Children's Dresses
The White House 617 Columbia Street
till ?x is  only this much has been
IlUMiover  in  reconnoissance    sur-
barely   divide  vast  Stret-
then Hiding  to    their    geological
ktmur. Survey In detail litis cov-
i ton one per cent of   the
iwitat.
!   "Tito ttato at  least  some    basis
for an estate.    What is known of
I that one percent, added to what is    	
foaoroo/j pilch "here and there, sug-  with hat of Prenoh
[jests lie possibilities tor the rest.
"There Is sound reason to believe
Itbere ls $500,000,000 worth of placer
bold lo Alsaka. There may be a hundred or a thousand times that amount.
"As (or lode gold mining there is
practically only one deep gold mine
being worked in Alaska, ihe Tread-
Well���the Rothschild! are said to control that���and It has produced so far
80.000,000 There may be at least
1825,000,000  lode   gold   in   Alaska-
A- loi copper, this one item alone
Till some day make a big crop ot
Alaskan millionaires. The government survey experts say. "It Is Impofr
Bible to estimate the copper reserves
    .. ._    _.._���!.���..    Mnlltlll
there say there is another Montana
Itere. another  Arizona.
"In coal the otllcial government
_*ires can he definitely obtained. ,
lie coal areas known at this time
Sflegute 1,238 square miles, three
toes tho area of Pennsylvania's coal-
karlh. fields���and much of Alaskans
��>al equals or betters Pennsylvania s
^Quality In unsurveyed areas there
���we some fifty thousand square miles
�����! coal-boarlng lands. Mr. Brooks
'���west estimate of Alaska's coal
' thc  stupendous total  of 15,-
[M,f 00 ns, and he adds, It would
h'' coubi rvatlve to multiply this flg-
Wp by ten or even a hundred.
in which the young people are held.
The bridegroom's gift to the bride
was a magnificent necklet with pendant of pearls; to the bridesmaids
pearl brooches; to the best men gold
cuff links, and to the ushers, Mr.
Brown of this city, and Mr. Wood, of
Vancouver, pearl necktie pins.
Airs. Clute, mother of the bride,
wore a dress of heliotrope figured silk
^^^^^^^^^^~wl satin straw with
e.sprey and  roses.    ^^^^
Mrs. McBaln, mother of the groom,
handsome  mauve  gown  with hat  en
Mrs. Fagan was attired in ashes of
roses, crepe de chine with embroidered herder, black and green straw
hat  with oink roses.
Mrs. Thompson, amethyst poplin
gown with flower hat.
Mrs. Beauchamp Tye wore pink
chiffon taffeta with Valenciennes trimming and a hat of pink chiffon, trimmed with gold tissue and pink and
grey wings.
Mrs. Mainwarlng .lohnson was in a
, pink   silk   grenadine   princess   dress
MARiNE INSURANCE IS
PROPOSED ON NEW BASIS
Bonus Would Be Given Careful  Navigators���Accidents Are  Rare on
Lakes.
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
lf you don't keep them home.
Try   us   for   wire  netting   and
fencing.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
with
ol
here may bo vast Quantities
"ll under  large  areas.    Of  silver
\S]~" mces have been taken out.
lr()i abounds. I
"0"e groat source of wealth���seal- '
tog-lias been exhausted already. The
,Cl!;il on this single item reaches the
Mazing figure of $125,000,000. The
���salmon industry produces a value of
���10,000,000 every year.
"It is estimated that there are 37,-
'"O.ii"H.noii (pet of saw limber In
��8ka; probably there Is twice that
���Mi. There are agricultural nnd
ftohi'A lands that may some day sup-
pon a population of ten million
According to the Times-Journal, of
Port William, the Insurance question
j on the great lakes continues to did-
iturb vessel owners from the Unitel
"States and Canada. A new proposal
j is being made to circumvent the dif-!,
I ferences which may arise if, as alleg-
ied, a rate of insurance is introduced!
1 such as the insurance companies are
proposing.
Word has been received in Fort
William to the effect tbat a rate of
six per cent will be introduced, but
tbe additional one per cent over last
year's rate the Dominion Marine association would have returned to all
in reioiuu v..... ���,  tship owners who make no claim for
ack hat j insurance    during    the    year.    This
Miss Clarkson, a dress ot wisteria I prominent underwriters are    Inclined
Ito favor as   a   compromise,   provided
that when such refunds are made -5
,per cent of the refund be given as a
| bonus to the master or officers of the
vessel to act as an extra Incentive to-
! wards careful navigation.   In addition
j to tlie five per cent last year charged
j on the upper lakes, a rate of one per
.cent was collected on all cratt plying.1;
through from the head of the bikes to.
I Kingston, and from Kingston to Men.-
| treat another cent was imposed with
these  charges.    The  rate  from   Fort
William to Montreal will this year be
eight per cent unless   the    Dominion
Marine association is successful in its
effort to have the extra two per cent
charged  from the  head  of  Lake Ontario to Montreal abolished..
There is no ground .western grain I
for such an adidttonai rate,
The Timberland Lumber Company,  Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Fir, Cedar and Spruce Lumber, Rough,   Dressed  and   Kiln   Dried,   Dimension Timber and Shingles, Cedar Poles and  Piling in any quantity.
Ask Us for Prices
Office,  Room 8, Thompson Blk. New  Westminster,   B.   C.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director P. O. Box 953
For CHILLIWACK AJ
AND    UPRIVER
  , A N D I N G S
THE NEW STERNWHEELER
with   white   chij)   hat   trimmed
gold  lace  nnd  feather tips.
Mrs. J. Stilwell Clute had on a
black velvet princess gown trimmed
with Persian embroidery, and a smart
black hat
...js Clarkson, i
shade with toque en suitt.
Mrs. Sivewrlght, catawaha colored I
gown  with flower toque of the same
shade.
Mrs. Brown, handsome black gown
with  real  lace trimming nnd  French
hat.
Mrs. Pearson, pal" green brocade
gown with lace Insertion nnd hat crt
black  maline with plumes.
Mrs.   Lee,   white   brocaded     satjn
It Will Pay You
There"are thousands   of   tons of     WT8.   .-<-.���,   "������'':    .. ��� d(,
0U>et minerals, silver,    quick silver,, BOwn w l. hat o Wscuit A ^        ,.
'������������������ ead, Iron.    There Is also petro-      Mrs. H. C. Majoi was  "
!��"��.   There mav bo vast quantities   cloth   wlV\TT velvet
S^-s&'^,aisnia.-i-t5r-.	
Miss  Alice  Rlckman,    cream
gown, black bat with white osprey.
Miss Weart, while broadcloth, with
Imported hat.
Miss Lillooet Armstrong, white silk
dress with pink bat.
Miss Mowbray, pink rajah silk with
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Will buy 349 feet waterfrontage- 3.15
acres-access to road and under cultivation.   $2700 cash,  balance to arrange.
APPLY
Brening & Coj.
l.  .,*= R~.nk Building, ^^
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants B���nK
New Westminster, B. o.
rs being rare, i ���v *	
Ine association also holds that with an
insurance rate to Montreal so heavy, j
steamship  companies  could  not    be'
asked to carry a cargo from the head
of the lakes to the Canadian seaports
I'  business  could be had  to  Buffalo \
1 and Cleveland on the lower rate of ;
insurance.    In this way. it is pointed
out, that a preference against Montreal nnd in favor of the American trunk
llntfs   and   ocean    portal    would   be
created.
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.
The local agency of the Oliver Typewriter company is at 746, Columbia
Street. Three doors from the B.C.E.R.
station. ^^^^^^H
The Very Best Flour Made
Every Sack Guaranteed
$1.85 Per Sack	
3 lbs Creamery
Butter $1.00
3 lbs People's
Blend Ceylon
Tea $1.00
S>S- PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling  Company's Wharf, New Westminster
With   Passengers   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 PASSENGER ACCOMODATIONS
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
mc\ai   WESTMINSTER
NEW WESTMINSTER
The People's Grocer SI O
nil     II
PHONE 193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
Vw ORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
EL VEHYTHING to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
PERSON'S other  than  employees  accidentally Injured    about    the
premises invariably sue for damages.
REGARDLESS of their own responsibility  for the  accident,  or the
existence of negligence on the part of others.
ON the slightest pretext employees may sue you. even for accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
THE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of
the accident by which he was Injured.
EMPLOYERS and business men can 111 afford to assume the risk
of this ever-Increasing and uncertain liability.
CREDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms
Is sometimes seriously Impaired by such damage suits.
T O go to law means lass of time, money, endless annoyance and
��� worry.
^ OUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are Insured.
NLY insurance against such risks will enable you to fix and reduce
your expenses to a minimum.
NDER the protection of a Liability Policy ln the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and
be  relieved   from  all  such annoyances .
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WH^fJM[>MtfiWw
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 476.
Local grown plants and flowers,
fresh every day at tbe Co-Operative
store, Sixth Btreet. **
ALFRED   W.   WIcLEOD
Phona 62.    "Th. In.��r����c. M.n"    6S7 Columbl.
M*.*m> PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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706 Columbia St
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Phone 512
We have buyers for Timber Limits, Water-
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frontage,   Factory Sites and Inside Property
If you want to meet a buyer list your
property with us SATUR
DAY, APRIL 16- 1910'
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
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We Have Clients j
Waiting to invest in
New Westminster
Properties. List
your property with
us.
NO REDUCTION IN
SLEEPING CAR RAIES
Price of  Upper  Berths on
I    Pulmans Will Probably be
Lowered, But Not Yet.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
lias heen iiuido to register the Corporation of the Township or Districi of
bin ley us the owner in fee simple, un- j
d-^r a Ti.x Sale Deed from the Reeve
and'Clerk of the Corporation ot the;
'iowr.s-Hp or District of Surrey to the '
Corpirai'cj   of the Township or Dis-! ��� ���
trict of Surrey, bearing dates of the I wlnnj���eg ^rll 15.���Local railway
.1st day of October, A.D 1905 and men W(;,.0 's^d today whether there
31st day ot December, A.D., 1901, ��< : wuuld be any reduction in the rates
all and singular that certain parcel barged for sleeping car accouimoda-
or tract of land and premises situate Ljon followlng the decision of the inlying and being in the District of New tergtate commerce commission of the
Westminster, in the Province oi Brit- Unked Statcs Tll[s decision reduces
Uh Columbia, more particularly known the rate charged [or upper berths 35
and described as:    Lot 1 In Jjubdlvt t   accordlng to dispatches re-
sion 24 of block 1 of section 30, block   >(.u,d ^   ,jy Uie Froc PreBB.
5 north, range 2 west;  lots 8 to i*, j    TJ    c   p  H  la interested owing to
inclusive, of subdivision 23 of Bectlon tact'that the Soo line, the allied
10, block 5, north range 2 west;   lots
Halley's Comet j
Can be Seen Any Morning at 4 a. m.
THE
REALTY CO. |
2109 Granville St.
Phonc:R4949       Vancouver, B.C.   1
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del Sign Works TEE KEE & CO.
lilGN SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
' PAINTING.
| News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
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TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
P. 0. Box 644
15 to 21, inclusive, block 14 of southeast quarter  section  4,  township  9;
lots  5,0, and 7, in subdivision L'3 of
section  1(1,  block  5,  north   range 2,
west;   lots  21i  and  23,  in  subdivision
23 of section 16, hlock 5, 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,  hlock 14 of southeast  quarter section 4, township 9;
lot 5, block 3 of lot 387A, group  2;
lot 38, hlock  2 of lot 3S7A, group 2;
lots 21, 22, block 3 of southeast quarter section  1, township 9; lots 18, 19,
block 2 of southeast quarter section
4,   township   9;   lot   22,   block   IG   of
southeast quarter section 4, township
It, map 519; lot 23, hlock IG of southeast quarter section 4 township 9.
Vou and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in the said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of the  "Land  Registry  Act"
company, operates a line from the
boundary to Chicago from the east
and the Canadian Northern line runs
through a portion of tbe United
Sums and will soon he Into Dulutb.
The reply of the railway men v;-/i
to the effect that the various roads
would comply with the law as soon as
it was apparent what Is demanded, lt
was stated that no reduction of any
kind had been made up to the present time. On the Soo line the same
rate is being charged today for upper
'and lower berths, and the same thing
Is true of the Grand Trunk on its service Into Chicago.
lt is not anticipated that there will
he any reduction in the rate charged
for upper berths in Canada in the Immediate future, but the general idea
Is that there will be a reduction within the next few years.
To Kecoup Losses on Diners.
A  discussion of the    matter    this
morning brought out a number of interesting facts.   One of these was the
apparently   unquestionable   statement
Our New Spring Shirts can be
seen any time between 8 a. m. and
ti p. in.
It Is getting to be so that everybody wears our shirts; so we just
wish to announce that we have the
swellest range of Spring and Summer Shirts we have ever had the
pleasure of  showing you.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on  Any
of  Job   Printing
Kind
Thomson
Phone
COAL
New
I Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
are required to contest the claim of I U��* tlle cost ot' operating dining cars,
the tax purchaser within forty-five 'il necessity in connection with the
davs from the day of the first pub- j operation of sleeping cars and translation of this notice upon you, and continental trains, was very greatly in
ln default of a caveat or certificate' excess  of the   entire  receipts.    This
of lis pendens being filed within such : " '"'^ "" n" railwavs- no '
poriod,  or   in   default  of  redemption
before registration, you and each of
I
We have the pleated bosom,  showing  group  stripes,  graduated stripes, or figured stripes, and the soft front in color combinations of unusual novelty and attractiveness.
$1.00, $1.25 to $2.50.
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you will be forever estopped and de
barred from setting up any claim to
or in respect of the said land, and 1
shall register The Corporation of the
Township   or   District   of   Surrey   as
owner thereof ln fee.    And I hereby
order that publication of this notice
for thirty days in a daily newspaper
published   in   New   Westminster   will
be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 29th day of March, A.
was true on all railways, no officials
having succeeded at any time in making the dining car a paying institution. Tbe car costs money, It is
heavy and costly to transport, its
equipment is expensive, and tbe service calls for large expenditure. The
prices charged for meals are not higher than those charged in the best hotels, and the result ls that at the
close of each year the dining car
shows a large loss.
Sleeping cars on the branch lines in
western Canada are also, it is said,
operated at a loss. Were it not for
competition on certain branches, they
would probably not be operated at all.
The railways, however, in their strug-
e for business, provide the service,
not   what
D��� 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.  =-- - - . .
To David Miller. William A. McCal-  although the returns are
lam, Angus Mclnnes, T. G. Stark. Wil- might be desired
Ham   Davis,     Henry   Fraser,     Henry
Kells. Harold Ponsford, Allen Spiers,
George Stone. Robert Lyness, Margar
lt is on the long runs on the main
line that the money is made. These
sleeping cars are undoubtedly a gold
Our Sblrt Department is very complete. But It would be as well
to make selections early, for the flrst warm day that comes will
cause a rush for tbe handsome new patterns.
A new shipment of Collars just arrived; In every shape that fashion decrees, from the close gtting double collars to the low cutaway style .
REID & CO.
Clothiers and Haberdashers
601 Columbia Street.
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YOU NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be glad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal In your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone Is in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and IG-
Coal procured here is crack-a-
jack coal, however secured.
et G.  Cooper, John Roberts, Richard I mine, "nd, though the receipts trom
Hugh T. Crossley, John E. jthis source, the entire service is made
1 to show a profit.
Hosking,
Hunter.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
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SHOWCASES
WORKING-DESIGNS    AND    ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
NEW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
J. BROOKES, Proprietor
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Beef, Mutton, Veal.
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register George
Troughten as the owner in Fee Sim-
p.e, tinder 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 BWV
ish Columbia, more particulaily
know and described as:���
Lot 7, B.ock 1, being a portion or
Section 20, Block 5, North Range. 2
West Lots 3 and 4, part of a portion
of fractional section 21, B.ock 5 North
RaYnog��e InTtLe claiming through
under you and all persons claim
Ine any interest in the san
Ed by virtue of �� ��reg��
tered Instrument, and all per
bom claiming any interest ln the said
������land Registry Act," are required to charged
Lana  ueBi��"J purchaser    Hut nn
The demand for a lower price for
sleeping car accommodation apparent-
.',   began in the United States, where
the  immense  profits of  the  Pullman
company attracted wide attention.   It
was argued that since the profits of
the company were so large the charge
made on the travelling public must be
too great.   The matter was taken up
by tbe interstate commerce commission, and the railways and the Pullman company were, according to the
statement  of   local   men,   given until
Jan 1, 1911, to make a change, effecting a reduction in the price of the upper  berths.     The   Pullman   company
owns all the sleeping cars in the United   States,   with   the   exception    of
those on the Chicago, Milwaukee and
St. Paul, the New York, New Haven
and Hartford, and the Georgia Southern and Florida railway.    No reduction has yet gone into effect in the
United States except on certain lines
running out of New York city, where
there   is  competition    between    the
Pullman compauy and the New Haven
line.
Would   Welcome   Reduction.
In Canada the question of the price
for   sleeping   car   accommo-
I Here's a Good Thing
Three blocks of acreage close to the
growing city of Cloverdale. $150 per
acre; good terms.
Symmes & Crandell
Dean Block, Columbia Street
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CHEAP HOUSES
within forty-five days from the tote
Sthe service oMWs notice jpo��gj;
cate 0�� lis Pende��%ba&flo?dretomp-'|K wantVto" buy"the lowers, and if
such period, or toWWJ & each the;e were a Bllght difference in the
tion before registration  sou*       and , ��� would do away with
datlon was taken up by the Railway
Commission in January. Local officials state that they would not be
sorry to see a slight reduction in the
price charged for upper berths. Every-
tion before registrant, ���>-- ����������� .
i you WIH be forever estopped and
debarred from setting-up W   ^
respect
to  or  tn   respect  of  the   	
and I shall register George Troughten
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prlce, it would do away with the dissatisfaction which now exists when
men are compelled to pay the same
price for upper berths.
Upper berths are also empty by the
thousand on Canadian trains and it ls
said that  lf  there  was  a slight    re-
s-wsffsaa-a--,.    .
tice for thirty dayej* *��S!ltmlnBter duction in the price,   there would be
paper published to Ne5."      service   more of them used.
will  be  good and  sufficient .-������_____=======
thDat��ed at the Land Registry Office    . ^   _.    .^   ^   Regi d 25
New Westminster   Province of BrrU|cenu ^  Saskatoon.  tor  nlne  hours,
Ish Columbia, this 9th day oi -
D. 1910. c   g   KE1TH,
District Registrar.
j
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
WAGES AND COST OF  LIVING.
and     Labor
Burns & Co-
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645 COLUMBIA STREET.
cents  ln  Saskatoon,  for  nine  hours
25 cents in  Winnipeg;   for eight    to
nine hours, 25 to 35 cents in Calgary,
i 2b to 30 cents In Victoria, 27 1-2 to 30
'cents in Edmonton;  for eight hours,
I plasterers'   laborers,     50 cents,    and
I general  35  cents  in  Vancouver.    On
the other hand, bread ls sold three
loaves for  25  cents  ln  Regina,  Saskatoon   and  Edmonton,   fourteen   fot
a dollar ln Calgary, four for 25 cents
in  Victoria and Vancouver, and five
The   Regina   Trades     and     "J^IJ^,  o5 cents  in  Winnipeg.    Potatoes
Council  have  compiled,  fron   figures tor ^ we8t f
Supplied by the  various  Trades andir 25 & bughpl   meat froI���
8111      Councils   of   the   West    two cents  & pound     cordwood
tables   one  showing the wages paitt  iu ���ord    (.oal f,.om
In the various cities in the ^"^! $3To $12.50 and board and room
the other giving tt^*JKFXt frOta a'minimum of $4.50 in some
o cost of living, /his IB B��tten^t ^rom ^ q(        r
th% the view of  ettog *be eagerj p   ^    ^ ^ table lnclllde.
workman see> threiau                   ,���,,,���_ varl0,
wages to thl   '"*"    1U  think    .v.~.	
&^&J^ttY~^	
__JSPS%ceniveT580cnents at Re !
S:   GO cents in Saskatoon   and the      TorontoU8Aprll  1B._Merrill  Luther
"     ln Winnipeg; for an eight now |        N SmKh, were convicted to-
SSTtt-M ��'��18 ft WHS,"��*���� Z S 3��r_t�� of usury.    Sentencea 1
and Vancouver, and B0 centsin m       >eml unUl tbe may sessions,
menton.    Laborers receive    101
Six Money making buys for home or Investment.
$1,500 to $8,000.    Easy Terms..   Inqilre at once.
Also  a  SOO  foot  bargain  in  Waterfront at $25.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US TOR  QUICK  SALES.
VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORATION LTD.
_________fJ- A. MOTHERWELL, Local Manager.
Room 4, Merchants Band Bldg. Corner Columbia and Begbie Sts.
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.���, in J the various classes of workmen, and
twice j the second all the common articles
itnple,
for    a'
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. LEINNIE
Phone 596                      650 Columbia Street      +
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The Westminster Modern
Business School
This institution is particularly desirous of securing as students the
young men and young women who
seek the REST in commercial education and to those who become stu-
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dents   here,  and   work   as   hard   for
their own interests as the instructors
of   this  scliool   will,  the  outcome  is
bound to be satisfactory.
A. L. BOUCK,
610   Columbia   St.
Principal.
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts.
If you haven't a Savings Account
NOW Is the best time to start one
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital  Paid-Up    $ 5,000,000
Reserve       5,700,000
Total Assets     70,000,000
New  Westminster, B.  C.  Branch,
F. ��HUXC Manager.
August Charlie, the Indian accused
of the murder of Howard Wade at
Silver creek last August, conies up
for his preliminary hearing before
Magistrate Pittendright today.
The Hub barber shop, Dominion
Trust Rlock, will have five chairs in
use  today. **
The popularity of the midday lunch
at the Royal Cafe grows every day.
It is served from twelve to two, with
quick service. **
The court of revision on the assessment of the city will be held in the
city hall on Monday morning at 11
o'clock. There have been very few appeals against the assessment.
For spring plants or cut flowers,
phone Davies' Greenhouse, R208.     **
See the new arrivals at Fales, Ag-
nes street. **
Miss Mary Forbes Potting cr, the
sixteen-year-old daughter of Mrs. P.
Miller, 51S Agnes street, died at her
home yesterday after a long Illness.
The funeral will take place on Monday at 2 p.m. to tlie I. O. O. F.
cemetery.
To Furnish an Office, see W. E.
Fales. **
.1. Falconer was yesterday found
guilty of having in his possession
some articles stolen from a launch
belonging to J. Rushton and was sentenced to three months in jail. There
are some more charges against him
which will be heard on Monday.
Great selection of seeds and potted
plants at Tidy's. **
It is our business to make gloves,
vests, waists and other garments perfect by our special dry cleaning process. If you desire to be well dressed
for any function, patronize our cleaning department. Royal City Cleaners
and Dyers.    Phone R. 278. **
Mrs. F. Davis and family, late of the
Dominion Trust block, and at present
guests at the Russell Hotel, leave today for Europe, where they purpose
touring during the summer.
The New Westminster Presbytery
will meet on Tuesday next to discuss
the selection of a new pastor for the
West End church. A call has been
extended to Rev. J. G. Reid, who is
officiating at the church services at
present. Rev Mr. McKay, of East
Chilliwack, will be called to that city.
A further consignment of the world's
best typewriters has just arrived. Call
and see them at 740 Columbia street,
three doors from the B. C. E. Ry car
station. **
The nineteenth anniversary of the
.foun.ling of St. Stephen's presbyter-
ian church, and the sixth anniversary
of Rev. Dr. T. Wardlaw Taylor's induction to the pastorate, will be celebrated tomorrow. Special music has
been arranged for at both the services.
The finest assortment of Morris
chairs ever seen in this tity at
Fales. **
The Trades and Labor council will
send a deputation to wait in the board
of trade at the regular monthly meeting of that body next Thursday. The
cjuestion on which the labor men will
cross swords with the hoard of trade
.will be the eight hour bill, which is at
.present before thc house at Ottawa,
und which the board of trade had
.called to their attention a couple of
'months ago by the Canadian Manufacturer's association.
I MARKET I
I   REPORT   !
An unexpected rise In the price of
eggs was tbe feature of a busy market yesterday. Last week eggs sold
for 25 cents wholesale and 30 cents
retail and yesterday these prices
changed to 27 and 35 cents, the extra
large percentage of buyers in the attendance probably accounting for the
difference.
Fowl also went up suddenly from
$10 to $12 a dozen to $11 and $13 a
dozen. There was a good supply of
the latter commodity, hut tlie demand
was very strong.
A large quantity of bedding cauliflower and cabbage plants were offered for sale, but were not all disposed of, the buyers evidently thinking that it was a little too early in
the year to start planting.
The fine weather brought out largo
numbers of buyers early in the morning and the market presented the busiest appearance it has for some time.
There was a fair supply of beef,
though not so great as at the last
market, and the demand was satisfactory.
Mutton ancl lamb were represented
in fair quotations, but could not cope
with the demand and was all sold out
early in the day.
There was a good supply and demand for veal.
The demand for pork was too great
for the supply and the vendors disposed of their holdings early.
There were very few ducks on the
market, although there was a considerable demand.
The sales of potatoes, of which
there continues to be large quantities
offered for sale, were rather slow, although the demand  is improving.
Vegetables of all kinds were offered
ln large quantities and sold well.
During the morning there was a
good auction sale of animals.
Official  Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters, per lb 9 to 12
Lamb, per lb 15c
Mutton,  per lb 14c
Veal,   large    9   to   10c
Veal,   medium    11%   to 12&C
Pork,  medium, per  lb 12.4c
Eggs, wholesale, per doz 27c
Eggs, reail, per doz   35c
Butter,   wholesale,   per   Ib 30c
Butter, retail, per lb 35c
Fowl, per doz., live $11 to $13
Chickens, per doz., live   $8 to 9
Broilers,  per  doz $4   to  C
Ducks, per doz $15
Potatoes,   per  ton    $18
Onions,  per  sack   $1.50
Turnips, per sack  50c
Carrots,  per sack    75c
Beets,  per sack   $1
Parsnips, per sack    75c
"GET  THE   HABIT"
97 Piece Dinner Service
RED   MILL  COMEDY
PLEASES  BIG AUDIENCE
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
itMJU ti^tM? e_y___,t
Do not  book your passage  without
seeing us first.    Our system of handling   tickets   from   the   Old     Country
will savp you money.
For dates and rates applv
ED.  GOULET,
CP.lt. Agent.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKH
"The Red Mill," famous musical
.comedy, with its scenes from Katwk-
am-Zee, its music from old New York,
and its humor manufactured out of
the exploits of Sherlock Holmes and
his friend Dr. Watson, was presented
at the opera house last night and
drpw a large crowd.
The show is ratehr shop worn, by
two long theatrical years, but it
stands it better than most, and was
very acceptable. The humor was delicious, the music splendid and the
chorus girls shapely and handsome.
Apple Green
Gold  Illuminated
SPECIAL TODAY
$14
Regular $18.50
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
Wo buy for cash nn:l soil for the S".m<\
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For a Few Davs Only
i�� wav i. r;~ j z-ls ��� \ u_ a jn__ _u_ -* ( _,
Gold Watc'aes for Ladi.-s from $12/, \
Up.
Sliver  Watches,    gents'    open  face |
$6.00.
Silver Watches,  gents'  open    case
.7.50 up.
Agent     for    Waltham    and     Elgin
Watehvs.
Watch repairing a specialty.
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Removed to
DEAN  BLOCK   1 Also some Choice Puys in Surrey.
Four doors east of Bank of
Montreal, where the same careful attention will be paid to all
prescriptions and orders as
heretofore.
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SPECIAL SNAPS IN
Lulu Island Acreage
and Waterfrontage
F. J. HART & Co
LIMITED.
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THE NEW SPRING
SUITS AND COSTU
is most
There is a vast deal of  comfort  and   satisfaction   In  feeling   stylishly clothed and there is econ
in feeling that way, for you get better sorvice In well fitting garments.
The Fashion tendencies   in Spring Suits and Costumes lend   tlie]nselVe!s   to   the   develonme���t    .
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many pleasing models for the present season.
In  the  assembly of fash tenable models gathered here for your inspection our distinction B* "at ,'
Headquarters"   is  again   emphasized.    Come and  view them,    we describe briefly a few of [\
popular suits.
Black Serge Russian Suit
In this coat is featured the new long V shaped collar, which is
piped with inch wide piping ofblack and white and heavy soutache braiding around edge. Cu lis are trimmed in same attractive
manner. Braid ornaments also find a place, Skirt is made with
deep yoke and pleats.   Price, ea oh    $37.50
Taupe Broadcloth Suit
Coat of wliich is lined with satin; collar of black moire silk; coat
is neatly trimmed with scroll design in rattall braid; skirt made in
new draped style.    Each $31.50
Wisteria Suit
Made up in simple tailored style; coat made In seven-eighth fitting,
lined with striped taffeta; col lar of black moire; wme buttons to
match skirt;  in popular pleated     style, each   $32.53
Olive Green Chevron Suit
A stylish spring model, well tailored semi-fitting coat, lined with
taffeta;  skirt made with yoke  and clusters of pleats.   Each ...$27.50
New Silk Coats
Outer Garments Most Attractive in Appearance
Handsome silk and satin Coats with individuality and style all
their own. The very best ma terlals are used, arid each coat has
been carefully designed and made. Special showing today in the
CoafSection.
COATS   OF    HEAVY   BLACK   TAFFETA   SILK.
Made with   stole  collars,   tu rn back cuffs.   Trimmed with flat silk
braids and fancy buttons; three-quarter   lengths.     Each $16.60
and   $19.50
COATS OF  BLACK   PEAU   DE  SOIE.
Heavy Black Coats, handsom ely trimmed with jet insertions and
soutache braidings;  lined with   soft silk.   Wear guaranteed. Each, $30.
BLACK TAFFETA COATS.
With roll over collars and   turn back cuffs;  trimmed with fancy I
braids; seven-eighth lengths.   Each    $22.50
Reynier
Kid Gloves
$1.50-$1.7S
per pair
Reynier Gloves are proving:
satisfactory to hundreds of well
dressed women. Our business
In this department is Increasing wonderfully every season,
Just now the stock is complete
in sizes and colorings. Every
pair guaranteed, at, per
pair     $1.50
Tan, Brown, .Mode, (Irpy,
Navy, Qreen Cardinal, Black
and White Gloves; two dome
fasteners;  In sizes 54 to v
AT  $1.75 PER   PAIR.
Some Special Gloves at this
Pi Ice. We especially recommend these for Btyle���Tan and
White; pique sewn with black
stitching on back, anil one
dome pearl fastener���Blaci
Tan and Grey. Hand Sewn
Suede���hand sewn Glace Kid in
Tan and Black. All sizes In
these three lines; per pair,$m��
A Further Importation
of Spring Dress Goods
Another shipment of serviceable materials just to hand. The new shadings are the most delicate
and pleasing yet shown. So ft Pastel shades, rich Rose tones, G reens in a large range running from
the light Reseda to the deep Olives, Mustard and Drab tints; all inexpensive materials yet quality
and finish stand out as the  most remarkable points.
Monotone Stripe Suiting, 90c per yard
���14 Inch materials of splendid weight and finish. All fie new Bhades aro hers, Reseda, Mustard,
Fawn, Taupe, Wisteria, L:ven;.er, Grey, Cardinal, Myrtle Olive, Brown, Light and Dark Navy and
Cicni.i.   Per yaid 9��c
54 inch Navy and Black Suiting Serge
$2.00 PER YARD.
Fine All Wool Serge; medium weight; suitable for shirts, Suit3, coats, etc.    Black and  Navy <
Per yard $2-00
Fine Cream Serges 65c to $1.25
Hard Finished Dress and Coating Serges in many weights;   widths 42 to 6 2 inches,   per yard, 66c, 86c,
90c, $1.00 and  ��� $1-25
Fancy Black Resildas and Molaines
Weaves resembling Shantung silks and Crepe de Chenes, with lustrous finish and firm surface
shown ln plain and fancy stripes. Materials of this description are made of a combination of Bilk
and mohair. Per yard, $1 to $1'7a
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR. APRIL  16.  1910'
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE NINE,     ff
CHURCH *
SERVICES
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(Cliausei fur Ula column mm", be
t��tt at, or telaphoaed to, this offl.a by
% li.i* os lYida/s. The omission ot
aay ofcureh notice trom lb it column
lE<Uc��t��i tbat no oopy lias been turned
I* li. the _ Mior or other responsible
tarty.)
COL. WAHERSON GIVES
ADVICE 10 AMERICA
Veteran Editor Declares
Mild Despotism is Best
Form of Government.
Sunday, April 17.
HOLY TRINITY���Kev. G. C D'ea-
���uni. rector. Celebration of Holy Communion at S a.m.; Matins, sermon and
choral celebration at 11 a
Louisville, Ky., April 14.���Henry
Wattersou, tbe veteran editor of the
Courier-Journal, has contributed a re-
muik.aL.ie tauorhii uu Roosevelt! lie
loiecusis his piotuiuiu re-aiecuQn iu
tne presidency, uua suggeais tuat R
For Sale
*
BY OWNER
$2000 cash down buys the best business property on Begbie street; close to Columbia, main street.
Balance very easy.
Star-Dominion
I *��**> ���     ���*���*������**���
Canadian Service
,m.; Sunday I v.ill indicate tuat popular government
school  at 11:30  p.m.;     Evensong and'as uuueruiooii In tue L'nucj feiaics is
sermon at 7 p.m. I a failure aud that a "mild despotism
ST. rAUL'S KKPORMED 1CPI800-!13 preferred by tne republic.
hA^-Rar. A. deU. Owen, rector. 3��r-      The edllorlil1 ls Peculiarly slgnlfl-
! caul, coming trom tne greatest lJeu.o-
vles at 11 a.m. aud 7 p.m.   Holy Cow- Icrutic editor and the last survivor of
laualon first Sunday ia tb* mouth at-   the great men of antebellum days in
t��r ruornlns service.    Prayer meetlag  the south, who, until that conflict, con
,.���  ti,���.   i   .     .   -...,, ��, trolled the destines ol the nation.
on   lhursday at   7:30 p.m.    Morning; i     ., ,   ... ,, ... ...
��� ���t,k,     v..i,    ��   �� .i      in iii  . ., i     Col.  Wattersou  is  lhe  must  pictui
,  ''V    ..A"*"" <= �� ,Ih,llsllnes-    esctue figure in the south today, and
Evening:    Love In Service." ItySefle. to an amazing  degree that
ST. ANDREWS PKtBB YTErUAN���  scliool so  long known  as me "unre
constructed"  Rebels  of Dixie.      The
civil war battles were never too savage nor sacrifices too heavy for Wat-
terson, and this clarion note, suggest
ing the abandonment of principles he
lias held to so strenuously for half a
century, has produced a sensation in
the south as well as the north.
The editorial follows:
"The time has come for the people
of   the  United   States    to    cousiuer
'i neouore ttooseveit as they have nev
er considered him before; to take him
more   seriously  than   Uiey   have   ever
taken him; to realize that he is altogether the most startling figure who
Has appeared in the world since Na-
1 poleon Uonaparte, a circumstance not
I without significance and portent. I
1    "He must be a poor American whose
heart does not glow with pride at the '
A Snap
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
ILAURENTIC���
triple screw,   14,900  tons.
MEGANTIC-
Rst. J. 3. Henderioa, pastor. Ser
vices 11 a.m. aud 7 p.m. Sabbath
school and Btble cUss 2:30 p.m.
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESUYTUKIAN
���Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., Ph.
D., pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and
7:30 p.m.   Anniversary services.   Rev.
!Dr. McKay, of Westminster Hall, Van-
: couver, preaches in the morning, and
1 Rev. Dr. Pldgeon in the evening.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. C. W. Brown, .astor. Service at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p.m. Morning:
"A Good Start in Life." Evening:
"The first Commandment," being the
first of a series of sermons on the
| Ten Commandments.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Bak- l new i uuob 11UI Bw  ,	
ler   pastor.      Services 11 ami.  and 7 j ""wonted honors bestowed upon this
|p.m.      Sunday     school   at   2:30   p.m. j representative of    his    country,    and
Midweek prayer meeting on Wednes-1 swell with exultant admiration at the
day at 8 o'clock.    Morning:  "Paul, a! BPlendid way he^Is carrying himself.
j Business   Man."     Evening:     "Sitting " " "f
I Down  They Watched  Him There."
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH,
The   ���ReT.    E.    G.    Thompson,     11    A-,
Ac-   minister.   Public   worship:    Morning
$2000 cash down buys 160 acres of land, rich
black soil, sub-divided into 20 acre blocks, facing
Stave Lake Road, price $16 per acre. The timber
itself is worth more. The Stave Lake Power Company is going to have car service there in the very
near future.
Apply
C. S. NEWS OFFICE
TENDERS FOR   SUPPLIES.
it SEALED TENDERS addressed to
11 tlie undersigned, at New Westminster,.
j B. C, and endorsed on the envelopes
! "Tender for Supplies" will be received
\ up to noon of Monday, 11th day of>
: April, 1910, for supplying Ship Char,d-
j lery, Hardware, Groceries, Meats andi
I Coal, required for the use of the De-
j partment of Public Works at New
i Westminster,  B.  C,  until  March 31,.
; 1911.
The supplies furnished must be of
' the best quality of their several kinds;
i and must he 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 office of the Resident Engineer,.
Department  of  Public   Works,     New
Westminster,  B. C.
The 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 noL
be paid for It.
NEW     WESTMINSTER
SESSMENT.
CITY     AS-
Viestminster
fransfcr Co.
laTWittVfc.     Barn 'Phone 11?
(tab I a Street
pmn�� Minted   promptly   to
K! p��rt of the city.
felf and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE-TRAM  DKPOT.
spieuum    tvaj    uw   io	
lt is too late, If lt were not personally
offensive, to talk about self-exploitation. The Incident ln Cairo was
wholly characteristic. The incident in
Rome was thrust upon him. In both
he showed the Theodore Roosevelt
whose brilliant many-sidedness lias
captivated the universe.
"He is pre-eminently the man who
fits the word to the act, the act to
.1  a  True   Idea ul  i ,e word, and does the thing which,
A  Woman's  Sacri-  however provocative   of   controversy,
^^^^^^^^^^^���B , ledounds to his advantage.
ST: MARY'S, SAPPERTON���Holy "A11 that has happened In Rome,
communion, 8:30 a. m.; evensong and and ulore' wlu be repeated in Paris
sermon. 7 p. m.. Preacher, Rev. C. and in London. No conquering hero
Leonard was  ever  ma(le  the  subject of  such
demonstrations,  each   of   the   foreign
WEST    END      METHODIST���Rev.   oapitalB) eaoh ot the foreign potentates
vieing with the other to pay him honi-
ITwin  screw,    14,900   tons.
largest  and   most   modern.     Ac-    minister,   ruouc    wureuiy.    ��� ~ D,
tommodation equal to any cross- .Holy Communion, 11 a. in.;  evening,
Ino the Atlantic.                                I 7:30   p.m.     Bible  class  and   Sabhatt)
rRates and Tickets Apply to
E. GO U L ET,
|CP.R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading [Co.
Manufacturer, and Dealer. In All ������������'
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone 12 New Westminster
Court of Revision.
Notice is hereby given that tbe As--
sessment Roll for the year 1910 bar.
'been returned to me, and remains ini
my office where It may be inspected;
*m i by  any  person having    an    Interest.
 I therein, until the sitting of the Court.
B | of Revision.
i The first sitting of the Court of
' Revision on the said Assessment RolK
| will be heid at the City Hall in tbe*
jsaFd Clty on Monday, the 18th day ot"
i April next, at 11 o'clock, in the fore-
jnoon.
i    Any person    intending   to    appeal!
against the assessment must do so its
; writing  to    be filed    with  the  Citr
Clerk at least seven days before the?
first sitting of the court.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Cierk-
r.'Hr TTntt. March IS. 1910
Box  12/
NEW
UlllV'll,      _.*     un      ,... ,
30 p.m. Bible class and Sabbath
school, 2:30 p. tn.: Y. P. S. C. E., Tuesday, 8 p. m.; prayer meeting. Morning: "A False and a True Idea of
Life." Evening:
flee."
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
James Calvert, D.D., pastor.-���Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Class
��� meeting at 10 a.m. Sunday school at
!2:30 p.m.; Epworth League Monday
I at 8 p.m.; prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
[K.  D.  Braden,   pastor.      Services  at
11 a.m. aud 7 p.m;  Sunday school at
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
  |BI
tiiral Meat Market;:
B0WELL & ODDY
age.   Yet is he tlie winner of no vie-1
tory  on land and  sea.    What is the
meaning of it?
Called "Fight Philosopher."
"Something must he allowed  for a
disposition  in  Europe  to be  civil to
America and  Americans.    The    year
'n Africa may not be lightly dismiss-
L ���"'""      ~  '   *",. ', '      .,    _     led.    lt has appealed to world-wide in-
i 2:30 p.m. Epworth league ou Monday Lj ;md ^^    ��� al_playg< up��m .
'at 8 p. m. sufficient field, manhood making good.
SALVATION ARMY���Services   will  The 'fighting philosopher,' the mayor
|be  conducted  in the  S.   A.   barracki of Rome describes him.   That flatters
.the vanity of human nature.    We re-
on Sunday as follows:  10 a. m., Sun-   jolce ln a man of battle wll0 ls a man
'day-school; 11 a. m��� service; 3 p. m., ! of thougl)t     Third, after Washington
Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C. _\
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL..$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL %5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
M   A '     Op.   FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & to.	
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
enrollment   of   recruits;
service.
7:30  P.   ni.,
TENDERS
���Permeations can be seen at St.
�� college,    a.  L.   Lavery    and
, and Bucklln'a ofice.
���Wwrs to  be   extended   to   April
TRKK     METHODIST     CHAPELr-
Bllhth   -treet,   between     Third    uni
 issrs: Timridp:
HrtU ��t an.    WW*. At���� I^^"S*��ffiJl^SS
PHONE I7a ' 71g Queen's avenue.
THE    NORWEGIAN     LUTHERAN
icHURCH-Bc^amln      Sand     P^tor
Lunday service il a. m. ��n the L O.
^i^i/jjxVkJ u    K.  hall.
Wers Roll, ited for repairing and mffWOOD      METHODIST -
���^SJ, Patrick's   ball.     Plans ,    "JJ^i. and 7:30 p.m.. Bun-
Ly school at 10 a.m.   Epworth League
hou8e; Service at 2 p.m. and    Sunda)
5Chool at 3 p.m.   R- W. Ewart Jones,
(pastor.)
bitrnady Missis-Pastor   ll-v.
sa at 2 SU; gsawsrs
at 3 p.m.;   young peopK B s> rv   i
at'2:30 and Poaching at 7:30.
I ISH
be
FATHER O'BOYLE.
1 Given. Phone 567.
& SONS
pmates
J.
f'NTERS. PAPER-HANGERS   AND
DECORATORS.
I S|xtli avenue, between Second av-
and Third streets.
E8TMIN8TER       - B. C.
fnue
_ W Wl
or tnougm.    x mi u	
and Lincoln, said the mayor of Rome
- 'Washiheton, the creator'; 'Lincoln,
tho consolldator;' Roosevelt, the pur-
ilier of the republic'
" 'We look again to see him at the
head of the great republic," said the
mayor of Rome. That is the keynote
and It will continue to be the keynote
wherever he goes.
"Thus he will come back to us the
European nominee for president of
tlie United States. Let no one fancy
this unmeaning or idle compliment.
Taken in connection with what appears to be the hopeless breakdown
of the Taft administration, it constitutes an event of the flrst consequence.
Says Candidacy Is Probable.
"With the Waterloo that seems certain to overtake the republicans in
the fall elections, the cry for Roosevelt in 1912 as the only man who can
save the party, will come up from
every side, and It may prove irresistible. Hence the candidacy of Theodore Roosevelt for president In 1912
may be regarded from this time onward as so probable that tho people
should begin seriously to consider It.
If we are to return Theodore Roosevelt to power, let there be no mistake
ahout the terms of the new commission which is to he issued to him.
"History lias agreed that the hest of
all governments is a wise and benevolent despotism, lf the government
of the United States, under our written   constitution   of   checks   and   bai-
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room $1  pv day up. J
Room and board $2.50 per day up.
Room with bath $2.50 per day up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water, steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats
The Dally News will be Xept on file
ln our reading room.
O-ARLR^O^   OILRRPT   W���
DO YOU KNOW
Some people do not.
That   we   are
The   Sherwin Williams
Co's Agents
So If you want to know
about their products call
at
- I    SOUTH   WESTMINSTER.MB;  ���;
ham, MadlWn Wrlght^preaon   .
SAPPERTON BAPTIST CHURCH, , ^'^
Hospital   street.     bunaay        A���^,.oW   ...D ���.,. ���f them;  then,
2:30
Or!
KIRK'S HARDWARE Columbia Street
District  of  New  Westminster.
Take notice that the Pitt River Lumber Company, Limited,   a   body   cor-
l porate, having its head office at the
; City of New Westminster, intends to*
apply for permission to lease the following described lands: ���
Commencinfi at a post planted on.
the  westerly shore  of  Pitt  river  at
its   Intersection   with   the   northerly-
side of the Canadian Pacific Railway-
company's   right-of-way,   thence   following the westerly shore of Pitt river in a northeasterly direction sever*
thousand eight hundred  (7,800)  feet,
i more or less, to a witness post plant-
: ed on said shore to locate the moat
i northerly   corner  of   the   Pitt   Rfver
I Lumber  Company,  Limited,  boomlnjf
site;   thence at right angles to  saiil
j shore a distance of about three hundred and fifty  (350)  feet to the sahf
northerly corner of booming site, saidE
point  being two  hundred   (200)   feet,
from low water mark of said shore;
thence   southwesterly   and   two   hundred (200)  feet from said Tow water
mark  seven  thousand  eight hundred'
and thirty (7,830) feet, more or less,,
to the southwesterly  corner of saldf
booming   site;   thence   northwesterljr
to point of commencement;  and containing sixty (00) 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. 	
LAND ACTS.
New Westmlster Land District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLennan, of Vancouver, British Columbia,
occupation contractor, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of the island sltu-
jate about four (4) chains from Timber limit No. 38733, thence northerly
iand westerly and southerly and east-
jerly around the shore at low tide
to place of commencement, containing?.,
i four acres, more or less.
! ALEXANDER   McLENNAN-
I J. F. BAGGS, Agent.
March 17, 1910.
and bidding him to go forward and
Unltea buh.<��,  -        ,   ,,���, i aunly the same remedies to a disease
,  ���   eon,     'tion   of   checks   and   bah  ^W incurabie,  then    Theodore
no* t      allure-as many think " ��� ViooJ^elt fills the bill to perfection,
"'     i' t   there be needed for its execu- ��OOSeve^ the famUy
S.PPEUTON  B.PT.ST  CHU-  \^Z^T^^^^t^^& <g* J"-^
"W, Pastor. - . t,e a   "n    education and training  the cor    ^ ^ ^^ t0 themselves
GOSPEL    HAI* ��-    �� SS  W&      ConKquences.        ... \_S_____^dR VS���.
G0SPBL���  S.nU^str^eT'Ev^ngeUst
, W. RICH
|ming and  Expressing.
DEALER IN
VOOD
lF��URTH ST. PHONE   R527
( THE STEAMER ,
* A IN O r El KI Banker Suicide.. | t,0h;  If the,>W** ���� %_t*m
ftave the friSi-^La*^
f Wharf   for  kA*, ~JR^
gj Island and   ^fetfWj*^
i        ��, retuming^ootln,  J��� fjj^ to have the -i^r.,arnthaePPuBeof power
nefollowing morning.      'been the cause.
for the work,     Con.equences
  humanitarian   �����^*.    "e     ^
* nr^Ttod-y. I fyaSS TJiS^ * lt KI ��KS th"; U~|JW because
The a" baseball ��� ^jg^^tr^^l^^oZl tS^SS^ S
ia "game  thl.  arte���**    ��"    Jfjg Jrtg-i-jj^��j the White House      J0hec0on8terued bf Europe  and that
Square against a plckea JUSnt who. disregarding; the letter accoun      hfJ   demonstra
Players. _ PJ ef. f,"      W1U substitute hi. own�� , monarchl8m   has   It.    chief
IBank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817. ,
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, England. New York. Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking   business   transacted.     Let-
or levity anu uj ��.."..--  -- - ���
i^ tho hlaze of llKht which casts an
amid tne maze ui iib"^ ...      ��� imuiuus    -������     	
aureole about our wandering Ulyssee, i8gued    avaUable wltb
jaS5rns5ftf3Bsa\'s*\a%. ����� ******* -
only cure for the evils which are ad-   world.
Saving. Bank Department���Deposit,
received ln lumi of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Totoi A..et. over $168,000,000.00.
MEW WE8TMIN8TER BRANCH,
O. D. BRTMNBR. Manager.
KODAKS
Now is the time
to Kodak. Full
supplies
Cameras and Photo
Supplies
lf     ,7 r t,o  disregarding the letter --��� h     demonstration   of
5^>2tew��|E*#as - "' M" "1E"""
terpretatlon of  Its  spirit  "���� ,     ot cance.'    	
tlon; If theyvttttj/hat Jy-jfcrf  ���
OPERA HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
April 30���St. Elmo.
May 12���Gingerbread Man.
June 2���Dorothy Morton.
June 24���The White Squaw.
A payment of $25 procure, a lot In
South Westminster from Hale Bro..
& Kennedy, Ltd. Tbe.e lot. are ln
great demand. **
Cheapest place
in the city for
Spectacles 50 cents ap
������ |,
D. Se Curtis & Co��
1  DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS POR KODAK* J
AND SUPPLIES.
For  ladles'   Deeks,  go to flV
Fales.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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We simply must sell every suit of clothes in our extensive stock���$35,000 in 30 days���A gigantic J
undertaking. If we can get the actual value of cloth in each suit we will be satisfied. You will see by
the prices herewith that we are prepared to sell first quality clothes at heretofore unheard of prices.
Store
Be Cleared
'ays
Men's Navy Blue Suits
Our extensive stock of 1010 men's ancl youths' suits, single ancl
double breasted, navy blue, serge ancl worsted, from cloth made In
East of England mills; guaranteed fast color; lined throughout with
finest Farmer's satin; throe buttons; medium length lapels; one of
the-nattiest and neatest suits en the market. It is a line that sells
regularly at all up-to-date clothing houses at $21 the &1A 7d
Bult.   Our Clearing Out Sale price', per suit    *r *-*�� * O
Tweed Suits
Single and Double Breasted T\\v<.l Suits���Men's and youths'; light
gieys, browns, green and dark mixtures; the cloth in every suit imported dlrecl from mills in England. The workmanship is superior;
style up to date. A line which sells regularly at $21. (j>iO OC
Our Clearing Out Sale price '  <r *.*J**-*0
First Quality Tweed Suits���In cloths direct from English mills;
lines; of trimmings; sin. le and double breasted; light and dark mixtures; mens ancl youths'. Selling regularly at $31.50. 6*0"1 *7C
To be cleared out at  *��*** ^''"
Waterproof Clothing
Our extensive stock of imported fawn twill, single and double
breasted waterproofs to be sacrificed. This is truly a superior line;
exceptionally light weights; ventilated under the arms. A coat that
you can wear at all seasons. No one fan afford to be without a waterproof when we are selling out our entire stock at practically
the cost of the material at the mill.    We are selling the regular
���W !iric 'or   $8.75
Cravenettes
Priestley's Famous Patent���None better. In grey and fawn, light
and heavy weights, single and double breasted, skeleton lined. Regular Belling price $25. Our Clear- *|_17 E_fl
Ing Out  Sale price    *P * ��� ��0"
Men and Youths' Overcoats
Our Entire Stock of Imported 1910 Spring and Fall Overcoats���
Extra long overcoats, in grey and black vicuna; silk lined throughout; silk lapels; full skirts; single breasted; fly front. *QO 7C
Regular $10 overcoats to be cleared off at     *y*U*J* I O
Grey and Black Vicuna Overcoats���Serge lined; very serviceable
article; silk faced; fly front; full skirt; all sizes. Regular selling
price $30.   Our                            , <t_1Q  7R
Sale   price     ��|> 1 */. / O
Topper Coats
In Brown, Black and Grey���Box cloth and beaver cloth;very best
twill linings. Something that will wear well. Full range of sizes.
Sells regularly  at $25. <C 1 C  OC
Our Sale price     ��P 1 %}**&%)
I
For the
Horse Show
The correct attire for the afternoon
is a frock coat. We have on sale a
very wide range of frock coats and
vests; also all wool worsted trousers,
1'JIO patterns; a line unequalled on
the coast. We absolutely guarantee
a fit for tall or stout figures.
Frock Coats and Vests���Vicuna and
Llama cloth; New York style; the
very best of trimmings throughout;
superior workmanship. Regular price
$15.    Our selling out ^*OC_
price   ....'     *paUD
All V/ool Worsted Trousers���To
wear with frock coat and vest; perfect fit guaranteed.   Regu-  0iA   7EJ
lar $r. line for  ��PT"�� i O
Regular .0.00 line for   $6.50
Dress Suits���In vicuna and Llama
cloth for evening wear at the Horse
Show or other functions: silk lined;
silk faced. Regular $35 &<JA CA
suit on sale at   ��?'-^'�����*^
Regular $15 suit on sale at ....$32.50
Tuxedas, in Three Pieces or Jacket
Only���In this line we have one of the
most extensive and exclusive stocks
ever imported into the western country, All sizes, in Llama cloth ancl
vicuna.    Regular ^IQ/I   7CI
$35 line for      ��j)��i*r. I D
Regular  $40   line   for    $29.75
Jackets only 518 to $25
Knickerbockers
In North of England Tweeds and
Homespuns���Variety of shades and
patterns to choose from. ' Absolutely
new stock of the latest styles. Every
pair guaranteed to fit. Regular price
$6.    Selling  during our  big  clearing
out sale _*i *7UL
for  *PO.tO
Every Suit in This
!
>re
[ust B
e
in 30 Days
THAT MEANS
BELOW COST
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Z
We have engaged an extra staff of salesmen, who will be pleased
to show you our stock.
We have increased our tailoring department, so that ve will be
able to make all alterations the same day, without extra charge.
You have the satisfaction of knowing that if you buy clothing at
this store you will receive the same treatment as meted out to you
In the past���we guarante a perfect fit.
H.
ll
%
Odd Pants
YOUTHS and MEN
In Blue and Black Worsteds
and Choviots���Light and Medium weights; superior quality
material; finest workmanship;
absolutely guaranteed to fit any
figure.
Regular $10.00 line for  ...$7.75
Regular $8.00 line for   $6.50
Regular $6.00 line for  ....$4.75
Regular $4.00 line for   ....$2.75
I
WANTED
at once, flve expert tailors for
a tailoring department; also six
experienced clothing salesman.
Store to Rent
We wlll be pleased to receive
applications for the renting of
this store, 333 Hastings street
west, which wlll be vacant
in thirty days from today. For
full particulars and rental, apply on premises
a
Our system of fitting and up-to-date and thoroughly competent tailoring department enables us to absolutely fit stout and slim, tall and
short figures, stooped and drooping shoulders, or any eomblrfatlttn
thereof, just  as well   as  could   a custom tailor.
All changes and alterations will be effected spedily. When you
order a suit in the morning you are absolutely certain that you will
receive it the same evening.    No charge will be made for alterations.
The household word of "Foster���A Perfect Fit" will be a household word during this great clearing sale.
Street   Car   Conductors,    Firemen,
Sailors, and All Others Who  Wear
Blue Serge Uniforms
We have an extensive stock of single and double breasted serge
���suits, well made, finely finished, embracing material In deep Indigo,
fast dye. Per suit, $9 to $28; just about 50 per cent, less than you
would   bo  obliged   to   pay elsewhere.    We absolutely guarantee Bt.
Riding Breeches
Bedford Cords, Whip Cords,  Ducks and Khaki ��� All shades nnd
weights;   buckskin straps;   lace  and button knees.    Regular $15 and
$18 line, selling out
at 	
$9.75
Chesterfields
In Black and Grey Vicuna���Fly front; well trimmed; very serviceable. Regular selling price $35. fov;- _O0 *X0
Our Sale price ..' '.... !p����6��*'V
The Thomas Foster Clothing Sale
333 Hastings Street West
Vancouver, B. C.

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