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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
LIFE
���MB 5, NUMBER 62.
m decision
ON HOSPITAL PIANS
[llBeaWeekBeforeAward
Hade.  Business of the
lonthly Meeting.
VANDALS TAKE PLEASURE
DESTRIMNO YOUNG TREES
NTS.
Reward Will Probably Be Offered for
Conviction of Parties Who Broke
Harry   Major's   Trees.
of   the   hospital
y
for  fhe   new   hos-
,l���,    filed in i-
JjSd yesterday   afternoon   Un
a plans
ened and discuBBed but
, was ta_en.    It was decided
meeting  of  the   building
when F. M. Hatten-
10Id  a
hiiitcp toda] ���
tbe governmenl   architect,  will
��esent, bul
decision   wil
it is unlikely tbat the
be   reached   for   a
Rena Hefferman, who was pre-
,,j,l, (i medal and a diploma
j ^ occasion of her graduation as
rrse Was present, Mrs. Hill, on
jl, of the ladies, congratuiated
[efferman on her success, and
I g. Kirk and Sinclair compliment-
Miss Martin, superintendent
1. ��� , pltal, was also present and
yen highly of the work of Miss
Ionian while at the hospital.
. visiting committee, .mis. Hill
Ir, Kirk, reported that they to-
frequent visits to tlie iiospTr.il
dad found everything satisfuc-
Mr. Jones, the  third member
|t, imlttee, liad  been  il.  and
im! In in  able  to pay any  VTbTts.
committee  for next  month  con-
ni  Mrs.   Ferguson,  James Cun-
kliitm and M. Sinclair.
lary  Martin,   lady   superintendent,
ented her monthly report as fol-
|..        of patients in hospital Feb-
l. G8; discharged, SS; died,  r,
fitted during February. TV, remain-
[February -8, 58;   number of pans treated during  February,   146;
\\,-���: of hospital days. 1863; num-
jof maternity cases treated in cot-
.  received   from   paying   pa-
|i      22.53; number of patients in
Jltal today  (March  16)   69.
\at&   present     were:     President
l Cunningham, in the chair; Mrs.
Mrs. Broad, Mrs. Ferguson, J, J.
b, M Sinclair, H. T. Kirk. James
son and \V. II. Keary.
FIGHT  IN  EAST  AFRICA.
|uquese and British Officials Come
to Blows on Frontier.
|sbon, March i" ���Tlie newspa-
today announce that a serious
picl took place between Bluish
Portuguese officials engaged ln
Imitiiig the frontier at Tete, a
fu on the southern bank    of    the
besi river, m Portuguese East
flea,
ive(y notes are now being ex-
inged between the two governments
a result, continues the narrative.
VNT ABBATOIR   IN
WINNIPEG OR  ST. BONIFACE
Jinnlpeg, March 17.���A meeting of
pkbreeders and live stock shippers
held today to discuss the meat
t In western Canada.    They wll.
t<- thai a public abbatoir be built
one.,  either  in  Winnipeg  or  St.
ilface.   The provincial government
voted      "
leme,
$160,000    towards    the
Bl WAR IN GREECE
IS NOW A POSSIBILITY
*nY Killed in Clash  Between  Peasants   and   Troops���Land   Riots
Are   Sweeping   the   Country.
���Constantinople, March 17.���A sor-
|,|s clash between Greek peasants
F' Grecian troops, In which many
[""��� PeasantB were killed and wound-
"aimed at Kardita, according to
r": (l messages received from Allies today.
I rhe light was a result of the land
lots wliich  are  now  sweeping    the
ymtry.
JTlie lieasants, who are Christians,
P'e demanded that the government
fr��' the big iand owners, mostly
J'TKish Mohammedans, to divide their
f��t property holdings among the
feasants.
The details of the fighting have not
lr . Moertained' as the despatches
Fe being censored. It is known, how-
I J t hat, reinforcements have beeh
I " (1 <<> Kardita to the aid of the
FOOPB already there, as It is feared
��,'.'' _6"antt' will rise en masse and
Fush the soldiers.
kiwm1 War ls co��8ldered a near pos-
C '""V. as a result of the fighting.
ke\ ��VPr tlle relatlonB between Turin. !U1Cl Grepcp' previously strained,
lu. P.now reached a tension almost to
F"   breaking point.
Nm_?w_ more fightln* on the
|     "pr hetween  the frontier guards
ue two countries have been r'ecelv-
Eiled k      dfiBPatches have been pen-
etmi.    *overrirnent censors and no
alls w"e made public.
One of the most glaring and despicable acts of vandalism that has occurred in the city for some time happened the other night, when seven
trees in front of Harry Major's house,
on Blackford street, were destroyed.
There were seven young trees, recently planted, and the man who
wroughi the destruction made a good
job of it, breaking off the top of every
tree and taking them away with him.
Mr. Major is at a loss to account for
the wilful damage,
The matter lias been reported to the
police and they are aolng everyraing
in their power to diseu.er the offenders. At the next meeting of the council Alderman .1. J. Johnston, chairman of the finance committee, will
probably move that a reward of $60
be offered for the apprehension and
conviction of the offenders.
TWO   NEW   INDUSTRItS
OOwlllMij  TO  l_vV  Vv _.o ��� i.iiin _ i i_i,
IRISH ATTEMPT TO
DRIVE OUT ENGLISH
Peasantry Resent Advent of
Workers in Copper Mines
��� Lawlessness Results.
UNIONS SECURE
BIG CONCESSION
Representatives of National
Organizations Recognized
by Railroad Officials.
DEMAND INCREASING FOR    BOARD CONSIDEI
SOUTH WESTMINSTER LAND
UNiVERSAf SITE
Many   Parcels   Sold   in   Surrey���Bus-
1 XT
iness Done Through One Office in       No   Definite   LillC  of  Action
One Day Amounts to $38,000.
Taken- D.  S.   Curtis  on
Mainland Site Committee
A vinegar works alij a bout uuu
shoe factory are tne im-i lnuuuiiicu
tor wiiich siu-b hay.- been taken In
this city. T_OU__ full pai tiLU.urs o.
these latest industries cannot be gtvi a
at the moment, the .sews lias authority to state that one of inein Will Stan
bui.diug very near to the U. C Distillery plant at Sapperton, and tne
other in the same district.
As was stated in tho.se columns a
few days ago, Sapperton looks as if
it were going to be one of the largest manufacturing centres in the province, owing to its proximity to the
three  lines and  the  river.
REVENUE   FROM   TIMBER.
Grand Total of $160,476 Paid Into the
Treasury in February.
Victoria, March IT.���The past
month's statistics ns to the timher
transactions of the government show
838 licenses to have been issued in
February west of the Cascades, with
receipts of $89,666.-5, while east of
tlie Cascades 4tit'i licenses brought (53,-
784.10 to the treasury. Timber transfer fees amounted to $5118; penalties
produced |-,1TT>; coal licenses $14,000
and miscellaneous receipts $23, or a
grand total of $160,476.35.
TO   PROTECT   MASSES.
Gompers Believes Combination Exists
to Crush  Workers.
WuB-lngtou, D. v., .u.ticu li. ��� iub
unusual unrest ill me WOllU u. lubo.
at tut- present uu,e ls aUl'.bUteu u.-
President Uompers, ot tue American
Federation of Labor, to a combination of forces antagonistic tu the
cause of labor designed to crush tne
rights of the workingmuu.
While not divulging the plans of
the labor organization, be said in an
interview today that everything possible would be done by them to protect the interests of the working
masses. Although wages had not generally decreased, he said, the enormous advance in the cost of living
in the past five years bad rendered
conditions tantamount to a decrease
ln tlie compensation of the working
classes.
WILL REPORT AT ONCE
ON   LUMSDEN  CHARGES
Ottawa. March IT.���The special
committee selected to investigate the
Lumsden charges against tne government at today's meeting decided
to prepare a report at once which
will be submitted to the house. Only
the liberal members were present and
a discussion arose as to how the reports of the house "from day to day"
TTad been mangled. Finally the secretary of the committee, W. Todd, took
the blame on his shoulders after
Messrs. MacDonald, Geoffry, Wilson
and Clark had washed their hands of
the whole affair and said he had evidently made a mistake.
PASTOR DENIES KNOWLEDGE
OF PENDING DIVORCE SUIT
Cork, Ireland, March IT.���Recent
defeat of a small army of constables
following attendant lawlessness in
tlie hill regions of West Cork, may-
yet cause the government to send
troops into the region.
The government is reluctant to dig-
nlfj tin' disorders bj Bending a disciplined force agalnsl the marauders.
Complaints by English capitalists intent on developing the copper mines,
said to exist in the region, have been
coming daily and the government rep-
resentativi s maj   be forced to act.
The difficulty began several weeks
ago with the re-opening of the Sehul
and Skibbereen railroad. This road
is a narrow guage, and has been a
derelict until recently when Knglish
promoters undertook to develop the
copper properties. The advent of
throngs of English workmen Into the
locality offended the inhabitants. Patrick Finn, one of the prominent residents, gathered in kindred spirits
about him and endeavored to drive
the invaders out. Finn look possession of remote stations and began to
hold-up trains. Local inhabitants who
patronize the line are noi disturbed.
but passengers from a distance in
many  cases were roughly  handled.
A posse of Royal Irish. Constabulary
-isguised as passengers, was set upon
and were beaten after a lively encounter.
Man   Injured   in   Runaway.
Elgin.  March  IT. ��� John Hardy, a
prominent   citizen  of  this  town,  was
seriously  injured in a runaway  accident today.
HEATED DEBATE IN SENATE
ON THE KILLING OF SEALS
International Agreement Only Way to
Prevent   Total   Destruction   of
Pribyloff   Island   Herds.
Washington, Marcn IT.���The reference ol a bin piuiilbiiiiig tue kl.llng
of seal oil and adjacent to the Piihy-
lotf islands, in the Pacific, precipitated
a heated debate iu tue senate today
during wliich Senator Root vigorously objected to the matter fcomg lo
the committee ou the conservation of
national resources. Mr. Root said
that negotiations with Great Britain
were in progress at present, which
rendered it most important that the
foreign affairs committee, which had
the aubject In hand, shouid continue
to exercise its supervision. He spoke
especially of the fact that Japanese
fishing vessels had invaded tlie seal
waters, killing every seal that came
their way.
"We are face tc, face with the certain fact," said Mr. Root, "that the
necessary result will he the destruction of tlie seal herd, an 1 the only
way to bring it to nn end is by international negotiations and agreements."
$500,000   EASTER  GIFT.
New York, March IT.���Union employees of the New York Central system won a decided concession from
the railroad at today's conference between representatives of the company
and of the union on the demand of
the men tor increased wages and better winking conditions. For the first
time in these negotiations, which
have been in progress since last December, President W. G. Lee. pi the
Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen.
and President a. b. Garrettson, of
the oriier of Railway Conductors,
were recognized Us spokesmen tor thi
unions and were admitted to active
participation In the discussion.
The recognition of the national officers of the union:, is regarded by the
men as an Important concession tor
them.
The conference was joined today by
representatives of the union from various cities of the middle west. Am u..
them were delegates from the Michigan Central, the Lake Shore and
Michigan Southern, the Big Four and
Boston ���  Albany.
The negotiations up to this time
have been conducted -directly by representatives from the New Y'ork Crn-
tral, but with the arrival of these
delegates all the lines of the system
will he represented and the agreement reached will affect the entire
New Y'ork Central system.
The conference today continued its
work along the lines of the tacit
agreement reached yesterday, calling
for concessions on both sides with
an Increase of wages and a change in
the working schedules for the men.
Acreage was in heavy demand yesterday, and  a record  was put up in ��� 	
the  number of buyers  who  did  bus- .,.,      .        ,
,   ,,      ,,     .  .       ���     ,   ,, ,,, lhe   boaid  ot   traue   meeting   List
iness   at  the   Dominion   .rust   Com- nigh)  __ q�� ^ ^^ ^   S^
"'.'ive    'different     buyers     purchased ;ali':y' nothing new -or unusual hap-
parcels,   four   of   them   taking   South penin     to  mar the *�����~*   ���"  iv<>s��-
Westminster property al higtrei
prices, for their localities, than have
been previously reached.
One hundred and twelve acres near
Aldergrove fetched $6200; 31 acres.
South Westminster. $6362; 10 acres.
South Westminster. $24,945, and SI
acres. South Westminster, $16,200,
In a conversation  with  T.  R.  Peal
l.usey's   first   evening     in    the
dent
chair,
i ne university site question came
up lor discussion auu _>. a. Curtis
was appointed as the representative
of the board on the general committee which is being formed tor tne purpose of choosing a site on the lower
, ... mainland. Mr. Curtia was given no
soil the manager, he said that bus- definite Instructions as to what course
iness was good all over the city and to pursue. The action Mayor Lee had
he was doing exactly double the taken al the recent meeting i.i Van-
amount this year thai he was last couver came up for consideration, bnt
yea.r   at   the   same   period.     Business   Mr.  Lee.  who  ~ .   ..    .
was good and substantial and he had
was present, said that
6i,uu _,._ _-uo..____i o_m  ,:, .ie  had   noi   abandoned  the claims of
no fears as to Its not continuing; In   New Westminster.   Presldenl Lusoy:
fact,   he   had   every   confidence   in   it    "I understand that the mayor has not
being   Increasingly   good   during   the   "��� ���  ���    ������   ��� ������
next  few months.
The   company    is   now    increasing
their   vaml   deposit  boxes   owing   to
YELLOW STOKERS USE AXE
IN EIGHT KITH WHITES
committed the city to any definite line
of action in the rentier?"
Mayor Lee:    "Xo. not  at ail."
Presldenl Lusby: "] am gia(j to
know Tbat."
Further general discussion of the
subject followed, but ni reso'ution
wng n-,��soii Indicating the attituie of
the hoard.
No   lmme_]ate   Hurry.
The waterfront lots and tue price
obtained for them by the city also
provided food for conversation but no
action was taken. Mayor Lee said
that not many  of  the leases expired
Prince  Rupert Chinamen and Caucasian Sailors Have Bloody Battle
on  Board Boat.
the demand for them. The vauli In
which they are placed is a remarkably fine one and as safe from fire
as it is possible to have one. The
floor has six feet of cement under It,
whilst the walls are two feet thick
on the inside, and those o.i the outside are three feet.
The company is receiving large
sums of money just now from Scotland and France for investment in
first class securities. Yesterday the
company lent $30,000 to one client. in t'le next year or two, and when
$4400 to another and $1600 to a third   ,lll'>' liid he thought  the city council
[tt   might have some way( of handling the
proposition  which  would  be satisfactory to the public.    The matter was
'referred   to  the   committee   oa   commerce and industries.
South Carolina Town Will Build Home '    Thp Question of fish nets In the Fra-
for Former Missionary. |8er whk'h  were obstructing  the ��W��
channel  was referred to the navlga-
Aiken. S.C., March IT.���Miss Mary  tion committee instead of to the nart-
V.   Kirk,  who  has been  quarantined   eries committee, which has been look-
at her residence in this city for six-  jng after It.
teen months, because she is believed i q   n   r   Service,
to  be   suffering   from   leprosy,    con-;    The ^^ Nortu^,u ^^ ua ^
Hihs soiiin  ot   me   _-B_ei'   ca_o   up
and could  have gone on all day
the same rate.
PENSION   ALLEGED   LEPER.
Hetty Green to Give Memorial to
Christopher Columlais.
New York, -larch IT.���Mrs. Hetty
Crecn indirectly will make New York
City an Faster offering valued at $500,.
000, according to Miss T. Briz/.i, director of studies at the Christopher
Columbus University today.
Miss BriwJ said that Mrs. Green
Intends to give Countess Leary a
large plot of ground on Fifth avenue
near Central Park and the Museum of
Art, to enable the countess to cany
out her plan for a memorial to Christopher Columbus. The memorial is
to be a free'university of art where
students are to be taught the higher
Tiandicrafts without cost to themselves.
New York, March 17.���The Rev. B,
Canfleld Jones, pastor of the Presbyterian Church of the Redeemer, Patterson, N. J., who was reported missing yesterday and against whom it
was said a suit for dtvorce had been
filed, denies today that he had disappeared and that he had any knowledge of a divorce suit. The pastor
returned home Monday night, following a visit to New Yrok for an operation.
Prince Rupert, March IT.���There
was an argument on board the steamer Cape Breton on Sunday afternoon.
It was conducted with hummers, files.
Lotties, fists, and an axe. lt was between white sailors and Chinese
stokers.
Alex Olson almost had his arm cut
in two. Frank Lane was put out of
Tiuslness temporarily by a crack on
the head from a bottle in the hands
ol a Chink. All hands were rounded
up, and the case had Its first hearing
before Stipendiary Magistrate McMul-
len yesterday afternoon, the Chinese
being questioned through an Interpreter, by W. E. Fisher. The Chinese
in question are Ah Wey, Wong Sing,
Man Fou and Ah Win.
According to the white men's evidence, Ah Win was mending ids boots
and his hammering disturbed Frank
Lane, night watchman, who was In
bed. On being told to stop his hammering, Ah Win told the whites to
go to a piace that Is hotter than
China. In a minute or so. the fight
became general. Chinks darted from
numerous nooks and door-ways. Each
had some sort of a weapon.
The Chinese, In their evidence, denied much of what was sworn* to by
the sailors. The case was laid over
till the following day. Dr. H. E. Tre-
mayne's medical testimony was taken.
Alex Olsen, the man who was hit with
the axe, will not be able to appear In
court for three or four days, owing to
the severity of hla wound.
tracted while she was a missionary
in Brazil, will b> removed t> a cottage to be built for ber In B secluded
locality.
The city will pay Misp Kirk tor her
city property, build the new home.
and allow her a specified sum even
month.
again,     tl.   T.    llirilt,   ui   lla���ie...eie,
was present and declare-    tnai   uie
Cieai. Northern was nut cany Ing out
in. orders ol the lailway commission.
"*.  . . i.i that lie had made twu siiggetv
tions to the Great Northern, one mat
I they shuuld take off one of the main
line trains that are run at the pre_-
: ent and send lt over the old Hue, t_u_
' giving accommodation to a great num-
German    Party   Abandons South Pole , bcr  Q. resUlents, and the other that
a   train   be  started   irom   Vancouver
early in the morning, which could rum
WILL   NOT  COMPETE.
Discovery Contest.
Berlin,  March  17.���It  was  learned
IK I till,        muivtl       _. I ��� ��- " "tJ       -��� "���  ��� 	
here today that the German Antarctic  over the new line on its outward trip
expedition, under Lieutenant Filchne,   and over the old  line on Its return.
! will  not compete    with    either    the   He said that he had no ill will against
; French.  British  or  American  expedi-   the railway compnny. but he wanted
tions for the honor of discovering the ; it   understood  thnt  unless   a   service
South Pole.
! wns put on such a? the railway com-
,-_i     *_.v. i         ,  - -     	
Filchner said that no attempt would j mission had ordered, he would make
be made by the German party to find   an  rffort  to collect  the  penalty pro
file South Pole, but that It will consent Itself by trying to verify the theory that the Antarctic continent is
composed of two big islands. Joined
by a" frozen strait from Weddell Sea
to Ross Sea.
TWO   MEN   DEAD  FROM
EFFECTS OF WOOD ALCOHOL
CLOSE  ALL THEATRES,
SMALLPOX EPIDEMIC
He Has Some Friends.
Halifax, March 17.���The conservatives of Nova Scotia have Invited R.
L. Borden to a complimentary banquet
at Halifax on Easter Monday. The
affair Is to be purely provincial. The
attendance will be limited to 260. Mr.
Borden has accepted.
Fort William, March 17.���The board
of health met yesterday and in view
of five eases of smallpox ln Port Arthur decided, ln order to protect public health, that it ls necessary to prevent the assemblage of people In
theatre and other places of amusement. As th�� closing of amusement
resorts here is likely to cause people
to go to Port Arthur, the latter place
was also considered by an Informal
meeting in the city hall, and unless
Port Arthur places a similar restriction on piaces of assembly it is very
probable the interurban car service
will be discontinued.
Port Arthur, March 17.���City hall
authorities met last night and decided
there Is no smallpox epidemic, and although the school was closed no fur-
ther action was taken.
NEW CABLE TO ISLAND.
Two   Direct. Cables   Will   Be   in   Use
This Summer.
Nanaimo, March 17.���J. Wilson, of
Vancouver, western superintendent
of the C.P.R. telegraphs, who wus in
this city last evening, stated that a
new cab.e has been ordered and will
be laid in June from Departure Bay,
near Nanaimo, to English Buy, Vancouver.
The cable, which will consist of
three separate telegraph lines, will
cost about $66,000. In future Vancouver Island will therefore be connected
with the mainland by two direct cables, and should one become damaged,
as has happened ln the past, the other
should always be available.
Nanaimo, March IT.���A curious occurrence is reported from Ladysniuo
resulting in tue death of two. men. Ac
cording to the information received
here two men, one of them named W.
Redman, were eugugi... i.. ouiiulng
boats in a shed bctwee.i Ladysmith
and Chemainus. It is uw_ju-l_ied
they got some wood alcohol to do
some finishing work on a boat, and
that they must have imbibed some of
It. At any rate Redman wus reported
dead last night, and the second man
died this humming. Coroner Davis
left on this afternoon's train to make
an investigation.
vlded.    The question was referred to
the transportation committee.
The secretary reported that he ha_
(Continued on Page Four).
HUMANITARIAN HULLS
MAKE MINING EXPENSIVE
FEDERATION OF LABOR
8ANCTION8 PAPER STRIKE
DEBENTURES TAKEN UP
BY LOCAL COMPANY
The Dominion Trust Company, Ltd.,
has taken up $30,000 of New Westminster city debentures, which they
propose carrying in their vaults as
security for their depieltors. They
"believe, said T. R. Pearson, in keeping their clients' money at home so
thft there was absolute security for
all concerned in their business. This
|poliev will, in future, be carried out
iln all the company's branches.
Nova   Scotia   Parliament   Indulges in
Discussion  on  Cost  of   Coal
to the Consumer.
Glens FallB, N. Y., March 17.���Notice was received here today that the
American Federation of Labor has
sanctioned the present strike of the
International , Paper Company em'
ployees and wfll support them In securing the demands asked for: the
elimination of Sunday work and a ten
per cent. Increase in wages. Representatives of the American Federation
of Labor are expected here this week.
BANK OF ENGLAND RATE
ADVANCES ONE PER CENT.
New York, March 17.���The financial event of the day was the advance
by a full one per cent, to four per
cent, in the official discount rate of
the Bank of England. The usual
graduation by which changes are
made in the bank is half of one per
cent, and the full figure is an indication of an emergency measure.
Halifax, March 17.���An animated debate took place In the house of assembly today on Kendall's resolution for
a commission to Inquire Into price*
of coal, relations of employers and
men and the udvlsablUty of compulsory recognition of labor unions.
Hon. B. A. Pearson, in rep.ying to
M. H. Nlckerson, Bald the mine ���**
represented ln Cape Breton would *����-
liver coal to customers In northern
Nova Scotia at $3 n ton. He ako
said that mining in Nova Scotia *****
more expensive than In the Unltei
States for one reason, because T_e
operators there are not subjected to
the "harrasslng humanitarian regulations" enforced here and which �����
cost money.
MAN IS ROBBED OF $65
WHILE ASLEEP IN PULLMAN
New York, March 17.���A mysterl
assault and robbery in the Pulli___
sieeper of a New Jersey Central railroad train between here and Philadelphia was repoted to the police ti
Jersey City and the railroad omdahL
The victim was-stated to be Chartoa
ET Hill, assistant superintendent ��f
fhVPhlladelphla Asbestos works, wh��
was robbed of $65 and a gold watch
while asieep in his berth, alter helm; given a severe blow on the 1
Trom a black Jack or a ���infllar'wea
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,   MARCH
18,  1910.
Classified Advertisements   'NewAdvertisements
WANTED.
WANTED ��� A G1UL TO DO GEN-
oral housework. Apply to Mrs. T.
.1. Armstrong. 8!) Sixth stret.
WANTED���TO RENT ONE OR TWO
pleasant furnished rooms or small
furnished house by married couple.
Address A. B., this office.
WANTED ��� ENGLISH SPEAKING
servant to do light housework;
smail family. Apply al 605 Agnes
street, city.
WANTED TO RENT ���DOUBLE
room, suitable for two gentlemen
or two single room centrally located, Columbia streel preferred.
Address  Hex 10.  K., News office.
WANTED���A   BENCHMAN.
Sash _ Door factory.
WALSH
WANTED AT ONCE ���TWO i>0-_
carpenters. Apply 410 St. ueorge
street.
FOR  RENT.
FOR RENT���HOUSE AND 1 LOTS
in Burnaby, near car line, a rooms
and bath room, pantry, etc. Rents
for $12 per month. May lease for
6 months if tennent suits.
TO RENT���ROOM SUITAHLE FOR
gem leman. Apply 205 Carnarvon
street.	
TO    LET���COMFORTABLE    ROOM
for cue or two ladies, close to car.
615 Hamilton street, city.	
TO    LET ��� FURNISHED    ROOMS.
West end.   Apply D. X., Daily News
office.
FOR    RENT���SUITE " OP    ROOMS
suitable for light housekeeping. Ap-
ply Alex. Speck, at his store, Front
street.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office in Northern Crown Bank.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
$25  per acre  buys 480 acres  of  good
land on Great Northern Raiiwaj  i'1
Lang'ey	
$50 per acre buys 80 acres of good
farming lands; the best of loam:
at Lincoln, on Great Northern Railway; Langley; one-half is cleared:
with house and barn.
FINE Fifth street lot. cleared, $f.O
cash. $15 a month.
MUST be sold at once, two lots on
Sixth avenue, Burnaby; $25 cash,
$10 a month.
BREN1NG & CO.
General   Brokers.
Room 6,  Merchants  Bank  Bldg.
Phone  686
$20 DOWN
two large
Burnaby.
and  $10  a    month  buys
lots   on Third   avenue,
$700  buys   1   116  acres  on  trom   line
In   South   Wesl minster;    only   $300
I    cash.
'Five acres near tram line and Sapperton: 3 acres under cultivation; 100
fruit  trees;   price $2200;   one-third
cash.
$375 per acre will buy two four-acre
Mocks at junction of North and
Clarke roads; on'e-fourth cash; balance easy. This is almost in Burnaby and we well sell either block.
Five acres of good land near tram
line; near Sapperton; 3 acres In
fruit trees; most all under cultivation: small house and outbuildings.
Price $3500; $1000 cash; balance
over two years.
$30 per acre will buy 160 acres ot
good k.r.nl: partly covered with
heavy cedar. Langley. One-fourth
cash; balance over three years.
WANTED���KITCHEN MAID. APPLY
Mrs. Dr. Jones, Royal avenue.
WANTED���TENDERS    TO
and .made 2 66-fOOt lots.
St.  Patrick street.
FIVE   ACRES   on   Eburne     car   line,
five minutes from New  Westminster.   Under markel price.
\pply 119   ONE   ACRE   North    Vancouver;   best
location;  Main street. $1600.
CLEAR
WANTED���COMPETENT GIRL FOR   GOOD  LOT Cedar Cottage, $550;
downstairs work, musl have know-      cash,
ledi ���  of plain cooking.   Apply Mrs.
Dr. Jobi s, 48 Royal avenue.
THREE   LOTS
< ach.
Central   Park;     $850
WANTED���TO GO TO ENGLAND
as companion to lady; children no
objection. Any time before May.
Address T. 0.,  Daily  News.
WANTKD���SITUATION. BY GOOD
Japanese cook, speaks English well.
Wages $25 and up. Nukina Japanese Mission of Suppertaa, B. C.
Phone 261.
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FOUND.
FOUND���IN OPERA HOUSE, WED-
nesday    night,    lady's    black    kid
. gloves. Owner may have same by
calling at The  News office.
WANTED���Two   Lots  in   Block  4,  D.
L.  28,   Burnaby.
WestETtiniiier
Transfer Co��
Phone 185.      Barn 'Phone 13?
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly    to
any part ot the city
Light and Heavy HauGng
OPP1CE���TRAM  D-PO""
j CORNER   of   Second   street   and   Second avenue, $40 cash, balanct   ���/-
per month,
$80 will secure a lot 41x217 near city
ear line im Burnaby. Pi ice onlv
$290.
$225 each buys four large lots two
blocks from citj ear line in Burnaiiy; near Tenth avenue, city. One-
quarter cash; balance to arrange,
'Four lots in Sapperton; $200 each; ' 4
cash,
Nine   acres   near  junction   of   Clarke
and North roads;. $;!75 per acre.
$'t0 per acre buys 160 acres of good
farming land In Surrey; one mile
from nam line. This is suitable to
subdivide.
$350 per acre for nine acres off the
North road on the Clarke road in
Coquitlam; one-fourth cash; i asy
terms ou balance.
RSady
A   GOOD     FRIEND
If you deposit your money tor
safety in The Bank of Toronto
it will lie safe while you leave
it, and ready when you need It,
and It  will  be
AllTheTime
earning for you three per cent,
interest. Small or large sums
may be deposited  at any time.
Leaders.
Jackson Prin liDg
Company
THOMSON   BLOCK,   MARKft
SQUARE,  PHONE 38
in
80   BRANCHES
Ontario,   Quebec   and
West.
the
350 buys 3 large lots in Burnaby: all
facing city car line; also a corner;
one-half cash.
Will exchange a complete equipped
live-acre ranch near Sapperton for
house and lol in New Westminster
of equal  value.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT ���LARGE FRONT BED-
rootn suitable for gentleman. Apply 608 Victoria street, near Daily
News  office.
FOR  SALE.
FOIt CHEAP AND QUICK SALE���
Two lots adjoining lots at Kennedy
Station on tramline about two miles
from bridge, containing 9 1-2 acres.
Well situated, fine view and good
soil, Alder bottom; wouid make a
beautiful suburban residence site.
For price and particulars apply by
mall   to   P.O.   Box   651    New   Wi I t-
Three  lots,  all  facing  Sixth  stret car
line; a corner: $285 each: half cash.
SNAP  In   Langley,  160 acres  of  good
farming land. .;:L'7.."n per a<jre.
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SNAP in Surrey on Yale road, 160
acres.   $47.50   per   acre.
$2,000 CASH handles 10 acres of land
all cleared with over $2,000 worth
of Improvements, having 270 feel of
waterfrontage; situated on main
channel of the Fraser river, close
to Great  Northern railwav.
SHINGLE MILL, fully equipped, and
in running order. Free grant of
840 acres of timber land containing "30 million feet oi timber, 19
million feet of good cedar and 11
million of good fir. $12000 will handle it. This is a splendid buy. Full
particulars on application to us.
Factory site, main channel of l-raser
river, near New Westminster, having -175 feet of waterfrontage. See
us tor price and terms.
CAPITAL    $4,000,000
REST     4,750.000
Bankof Toronto
.ally Lacroi I
In at
NEW    WE
STMINSTER,
BRANCH
B.    C.
H.Morey &C
0,
J. firacey, Mgr.
6G5  Columbia   St.,  Westminster
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One acre on Clarke road near Burnaby; juice $575; $50 cash; balance
$10 per montli.
$4.00 per front foot will buy 1000 feet
of waterfrontage on North Arm of
Burrard Inlet. This block contains
45 acres.    .Must be sold at once.
75 Acres  in   Langley on Great  Northern;   $00  per acre.
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$125 secures a large lot, 72 x 120, one '
block from city car lino a��d on \
Hastings road; balance 6, 12 and ,
18 months.    Price j' 100,
$1800  will   buy  2  1-2  acres,  including '
house an l barn; running Bpring on
pr   i   tj located on Pit! rii er road;
���  of Fraser River milts, i ���  1 ar
lime stirvi y to mills;  one-half cash. ~	
 House   and   barn   on   Fourth   street;
$350 an  acre will  buy three  acres of h:  balance
Nine chains of waterfrontags on
North Arm of Fraser. Block contains 45 acres. Price $300 per acre;
$3000 cash; balance over Ave years.
Has house and barn ana pai   li r
cultivation.
50 chains water frontage containing
only 11 1-2 acres: all cleared. This
properly iB in the city limits; LuiU
Blind.    Good price and terms.
Home on Royal avenue; fully modern 6 rooms; $1500 cai h and terms.
THE MEALS AT THE
Lytton Hotel
are prepared by expert white
cooks in the cleanest and most
sanitary   kitchen   in   the  city.
21-MEAL   TICKET   $4.501
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
Centra! Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Oorner Eighth St. ana    Fifth Arena*
PHONE   S70.
GENERAL  AGENTS
Gasoline Lighting
Red Cross Sanitary
Closet
Hall  and  Lavery  Block
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned  and  Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Blo:k
P. 0. Box 5��
:   on coi two 1
roads;   Lulu   I  I
Barn to  rent on  Royal
. li.
avenue;  $8.00
A  fine  five-acre  ranch  fuMy equipped (We  hav?   a   buyer  for  a  small   piece
;      of acri      i in Bui naby.
	
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WILSON,   COOK   &   CO.
Curtain Stretchers',
A necessity at House-
cleaniw Time
$350 an acre buys 5 acres on Clarke
thy.
iwn
Phone   646.
- f r Your Benefit.
For Sale at
KIRK'S HARi     RE, New w
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B.C
NEW    WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DU
f Deliveries getting behind a little
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but we hope to catch up by
Saturday
Worth
Fine Furniture
AT   REDUCED   PRICES
Look for the Green Tickets,
Everything marked in plain figures.   Country orders
carefully packed free.
We Furnish Your Home Complete |
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LEE'S, Limited
Successors   to   Lee's   Furniture   Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET
Phone 73 New Westminster, B.C. 4��
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District  of   New  Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE thai  the Pitt River
Lumber  Company,   Limited,   a   b m .-
corporate having iis head offlc i at I
City of New  v, estmister, Intt a I
apply for permission to lease the following described lands: ���
Commencing al a posi planted on
(he westerly shore of Pitt river at
its intersection with the northerly
side of the Canadian Pacific Railway
Company's right-of-way, i hence foi-1
lowing the westerly shore of Pitt rlv-
er in it Dortheastly direction, seven
thousand eight hundred (7,800) feel
more or less to a witness post planted on said shore to locate the most
northerly corner of the Pitt River
Lumber Company, Limited, Booming
Site; thence at right angles to sal
shore a distance of about three hundred and fifty feet. (850) feet to the
said northerly corner of Booming
Site, said point being two hundred
(200) feet from low water mark of
said shore; tlience southwesterly mid
two hundred (200) feet from said low
water mark seven thousand eight
hu__re- and thirty (7830) feet, more
or less, to the southwesterly corner
of said lioomlng Site; thence northwesterly to point of commencement,
and containing sixty (00) acres, more
or iess.
TIIE   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.
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7 Acres fronting on Vancouver to Westminster Tram line, between Wise Road and
the Junction, good 6-roomed horse and barn,
small orchard'. A splendid su! division proposition.    Price $10,500 on easy terms.
We have the exclusive sale.
WHX7T WttT-XmTX*?*-
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Re Lot 5, Block 23, New Westminster
City.
Whereas, proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 14,068a, issued In the name of William Roxburgh, has been (bed ln this office.
Notice ls hereby given that I Shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of Ihe llrst publication
hereof In a dally newspaper published
In the City of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless In the meantime valid objection
be made to me lo writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, February 11, 1910.
NATIONAL FINANCE CO.
LIMITED
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 515
Curtis Block
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657 Columbia St. FR,DAY.   MARCH   18.   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS
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The way the people are snapping up these lots is ample
proof that we made no mistake in believing this to be the
best subdivision proposition yet to hand. The South side of
the River is bound to build up rapidly, especially when the
tram commences to run regularly, which will be in a short
time. Already several handsome residences are contemplated
at "Westminster View" and more v. jure to follow. Those
who have inspected this property-1 [are it to be the most
ideal residential site to be found anywhere, overlooking as it
does the Fraser River from Lulu Island to Millside, and the
City of New Westminster.
Then the low price and exceptionally easy terms���$25.00
Cash, balance over 18 months, puts these lots within the reach
of all.
Come To-Day and Let
Us Show You Over
the Ground.
Hale Bros.
Limited
Kennedy
Real Estate, Insurance and Timber
Over Merchants Bank, Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets
Phone 335
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, MARCH
The Daily News
| wrote regarding the omission of tbe '
name of New Westminster from their
Pott-ben by Tne Daliv News Publish-  ''plipE  map.    Tbey   were  having   the
tag Company, Limited, at their offices   name engraved  on  paper similar  to
, ,        .     that used on tbe map and these slips
Comer   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria  wo,.p belng R(,n|  to a���    mvnri.s    of
____~~~_-~���.lf._--L | copies   of  tbe   defective    maps    and
"would be pasted  in  the proner piaee.
-��� A' Pa'Se Managing Direotorj Committees Appointed.
Tbe following committees were appointed,   no   elections   taking   place.
i Most of the nominations  were made
by A. E. White, and tbe board found
TiTs suggestions good.
Agriculture���M.    Sinclair,    Joseph
Cameron, J. VV. Irwin.
Commerce   and   Industries���A,   \V.
.McLeod, J. Gracoy, T. H. Smith.
We are  not  surprised    thai    com-      Fisheries���T.  S.  Annandale, James
plaints are being made in  regard  to Anderson, Nels Xelson
the  laxity   of  protection  against   the
entry of undesirables Into this province  from  the  United States.    For  a
18, 191
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FRIDAY,   MARCH    18,   1910.
THE TRAMP NUISANCE.
,    Lumber  and  Forestry���K.  J.   Rick-
man, L. A. Lewis, H. Gilley.
Legislature���II. L. Edmonds, W. G.
i .McQuarrie, J. S. Henderson.
S. Curtis, W. T.
��� A. J.  Holmes.
M. W. Minthorne.
Navigation���W. R. Gilley, II. P. VI-
'dal, A. Hardman.
long time it has been apparent that i    MemDership ��� D.
whilst the trains coming through may : Roi-rl. John Crean.
be carefully  inspected,  there   is    no I    Municipal  Affairs
check  of   any   kind  kept   upon     the  John  Held,
roads and  railway tracks.    Along the |
latter scons of never-do-wells tramp j    Ro,u1r ,md BrUlgos __ y\-. McAdams, |
their  wily   way   all   the   year     round, , ,,   A, Belyea, T .J .Trapp.
BOmetimes a,one, but  noi infrequently j     Transportation���J.    R.    Duncan,
In  pairs.     The  Great   Northern   track | Schaake,   Tqmplo
is a favorite road with these fellows i
.    _    ...   .    __, _?.,.������ ji������ IRyait, J. u. uamon.
^^^^  G.
?o well patronised by the
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[ILLINERY
FOR THE FEET
Tl.
       Cliff.
Postal Facilities���W. B, Sinclair,
\TRADlKARir y
Ladies! is it reasonable to invest $20.00
in a hat and wear cheap, ordinary shoes t
The best gowned woman in our town ts
fastidious about her footwear.
"Her shoes harmonize with her
and headgear. Other-
b
man
l\j^_LS
gown
Pacific is a	
fraternity, their Mecca being, in the
majority of cases, Vancouver.
McQuarrie. A. E. White.
The chairmen of these committees, '
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       who are the first named in each com-
8ettlers   and   residents  along  both I mitt'ee,   together   with   the president.!
these   roads   suffer   great   annoyance | vice-president  and   secretary,   will   be
and frequent  losses at the  hands of  the council of the board for the year.
tramps.      These    latter    Individuals
have a discerning eye for an unoccu- j REDMOND PREDICTS AN
pied   shack,   but   should     they     find ELECTION WITHIN A MONTH '
themselves surprised by a female oc- ' 	
etipant thev will demand food or mon- !    London,   March   17.���John   E.   Red- I
,   ,,       ... . ,,���,,,���    mond. leader of the Irish Nationalist
cr,  or   both   with   menacing   al tenia- , . .     ,. ..,       ,    t
party,   speaking  at     Newcastle    last |
tive. These men have a natural re- nlghti precvicted a general election !
pngnance to dogs, but will, upon oc- | within a month. As America had j
easion, brave such a guardian on the [contributed nearly three-fourths of j
chain, and at times wi.l silence the lthp ^��-no�� which the last election had .
.    .     . , , , .cost the Irish  party,  he hoped  then-
bark of a terrier by a blow from a | AmerIcan brethren would help them !
stick.- Locks and bolts are by no |rn the coming election.
means to be relied upon as a bar to
their predatory incursions, and if
these should withstand their attacks
they will lift out or force a window
light and thus gain entry.
It is indeed time some more effective means of preventing tlie coming
of these rogues and vagabonds into
tills country were adopted, and we
hope the petition which is being prepared for presentation to the Domin-
wise she would  not  be  cor-
rectlv gowned. You know this lady.
Do you know why she insists on
RELINDO
    SHOES?
Here are a few of the reason:,:  The Relindo .Shoe is tailor made
for particular women.    It's ;:n apt expression of the latest
style���built to fit on a "Last" moulded from the human foot.
Relindo Shoes need no breaking :n.    You can walk as easily
the first day you put them on as when
you've worn them for a month.
The pneumatic cushion heel���an exclusive feature of  Relindo  Shoes���makes
them so much superior to the next best
that there is no comparison.
The pneumatic cushion is sunk in  a
pocket in the heel as shown in the cut.
It  is  resilient���honeycombed  with air
cells, making walking easy, graceful and
natural.   You do not know what shoe
comfort  and  style means  until you wear  Relindo Shoes.
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Fire Threatened Haverhill.
Haveihill, Mass., March 17. ��� The
business section of Haveihill was
threatened with destruction today by
an early morning fire, which caused
a loss of $75,000 before it could be
extinguished.
W. E. Sinclair
The Shoeman
Columbia St. New Westminster
Fort   George   Tribune.
Victoria,    March     17.���Richard
ion Government will be the means of! Clark,   at   one   time   of   the   Colonist
,m _������ land well known to printers and news-
securing  an    increased    surveillance ���
along the boundary.
ton to take editorial and general
j charge of tbe fortunes of the Fort
George Tribune, and has already left
for Quesnel en route to his new field
of duty. In the Tribune and the
making of Fort George, John Houston
Beard Considers
Univenisv Sit-
napermen throughout all sections of j left a legacy of heavy responsibilities.
British Columbia, has been appointed j in the administration of which Mr.
by th? heirs of the into John Hour-i Clark  will  have the  best  wishes  of
all the fraternity.
(Corrtfnued from Page Om1.)
received several complaints about the
mail service and had written to the
postmaster, bul had as yet received
no reply.
Fares for Mailmen.
K. Goulei brought up the matti. of
transportation for mail can ins on
Uie li. C. 10. If- The railway had
offered to cany them for a iiinip sum
of |.'i0 per year per' man, which was
the same as they were receiving in
Vancouver and Victoria, bul the assistant postmaster general thought
differently and had made an offer of
f-0. The matter is still being hag-
pled over by the department and the j
railway.
Drafts   Are   Returned.
Mr. Goulet also reported that he
had drawn on the gentlemen who
were In arrears with their fees, but
the drafts had been returned. On
llis motion it was decided to post the
names of the delinquents in the sec- '
retary's office, and lf they do not pay
up at the expiration of thirty days
their names will be stmck off the list.
Two new members were elected, A.
McLeod, engineer of tba Bteatner fay-
streak, and W. It. Purr, of Todhunter
* Htirr.
J. Kendal, the fishermen's union's
secretary, asked ths uoard to pndorse
a resolution urging the Dominion gov.
.rnnient to remove the export duly
on fish. Referred to the lisheries
committee.
The secretary reported that he had
received a letter from the railway
commissionerb stating that they did
noi know exactly wjj,at date they
Would be on the coast, hut It would
be in the spring or early summer and
they would consider the advisability
oT hold!
minstf
Hon. WL_^_^_ ^^^
lie works, wrote to the effect thai th'
question of a dyke on llarnston island
as requested by the board would be
considered as soon as possible.
T���p Atlas  Scliool   Supply  company
FOR   FIRST   CLASS
JOB PRINTING
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
739  FRONT   ST.,  WINDSOR   BLOCK
Droprietress, Mrs. M. Dominy.
5L S T 6_T   \_j W1 l s
pnld  consider the advisability   ��
ling  a  session   in   New   West- ��� [j
W.  Pugaley,  minister of  pub-   a
3 lbs. for     $1.00
fresh fggs
Are   Coming   Down
Ptr   dozen       35c
USE
"GET   THE   HABIT-
STAON
STOVE POLISH
IT STAYS ON
Only  10c a tin at
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash un I soil for the same.
Royal Standard
Flour
It is the Best..   Per Sack $1.85
C.A.
Welsh
The People's Grocer
PHONE  193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
HOUSE
OF
HOBBERLIN
LIMITED
You ought to pick out your
spi ing outfit right now before
the Easter rush. Spring business is starting in great. So
many smart grays here in suits
yo_fll _ardlv know what to
take.
Splendidly good values���with
our guarantee behind them and
long wear ahead.
$15.00 to $35.00 THE SUIT
Young Men Do
You Care ?
If you dont, take anything
in the way of clothes that happens t(i be offered you. Hut If
you want smart clothes, clothes
that radiate style, clothes that
are dominated by the same
spirit aud life that makes and
keeps you young, resolve now
to wear our
PROPER   CLOTHES���
THEY  FIT
All That You
Like in a Hat
New exclusive shapes and
shades���becoming, refined lines
���absolutely correct styles���
you get all these plus the wearing qualities. Our Hats stay
new.
2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $400 THE HAT
REID y CO.
The STORE of SATISFACTION
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601    COLUMBIA   STREET
Phone  442.
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THE
SMITE!
COMPANY, Ltd.
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Ladies' Smart
Tailored
Suits
At $20. $22.50 and $25
You'll be looking for a suit for Faster. Why not in.-,,ect w
showing? Priced so modestly, brought out in such stylish fab.'icv
and exceedingly rich colorings, these Suits are attracting a gr_'
deal of attention these days. Call and examine them; sen the��
cellent workmanship on ail these garments. We are not advert!
these as Sale Suits, but as real good values at a nominal fc
Prevailing shades of Blue, Green, Grey __d Brown, plain
striped, are conspicuous in this  assembly;   $20.00,  $22.50    ��� | |_l
D
ress Goods
Of All Descriptions
Endless variety to choose from In ihe Piece Goods Sec
fashionable weave, every Bty.e, and almost every color of tin        :
Slrlpes are  greatly  to the  fore  this spring, and  what  a select
shown here, from the One hair stripe, to the wide treble stripe.  "���'
colorings are  all   that  could  be   desired,   beautiful   pastel   Bhaft
mingling with  the deeper Btapie shades, join  In  making thi   lib
ing a fertile  Meld  of  tnspirattion for the woman In search of i
Every price  from,  per yard
gestinns for tbe spring costume,
to   	
50c
.$2-00
An Underskirt
Special, $1.50
A   special   purchoso   of   Molrette Underskirts, In  Black, Navy
Brown and Green.    Full pleated knee deep flounce, with sma eat-
ed frll, round bottom.   A limited  quantity    $1.50
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
Watches...
High Grade Watch Movements at
CHAMBERLIN'S. The Jeweler
Official C. P. R. Time Inspector.
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MARCH   18,   IM*
THE DVlLY NEWS.
i-gpf^grv- "       PAGE F1VK.
Scotch  Whisky
A Genuine Highland Whisky.
There arc hundreds of brands of so-called
"Scotch Whisky."
Many of these are not genuine.
for your health's sake, confine your choice
to standard brands;   use a whisky of recognized
merit.
\Vat��on's Whisky is one of these;   distilled
the Highlands of Scotland���the district
! .knowledge- to be the best in the world for
w|���sky distilling.
We age our Whisky in Sherry wood, and,
after careful blending, it is bottled in our ware-
|j0U9e and sealed with an adhesive capsule
bearing our name.
Every such bottle carries with it our unqualified guarantee of purity and quality.
Insist     on
Watson's
"THREE STAR   ���A milil. thoroughly matured Scotch.
"NO. 10"���A full-bo_ie_. richly flavored Scotch.
JAMES WATSON & CO.. Limited -  Dundee.
"SALADA" is the same wherever er whenever
you buy it���always of unvarying good quality.
Your Chance
Its native purity and garden freshness is perfectly preserved in sealed "SALADA" Packets.
 Black, Mixed uU Natural Green, 40c, 50c, 60c and 70c per lb,  r
FLATTEKING RECEPTION
FOR STUBBORN CINDERELLA
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, lirms and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
ini'it or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or open
Inp new accounts.
If you haven't  j Savings Account
NOW is the best time to start one
Ihe Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 18G91
Capital   Paid-Up     $5,000,000
Reserve        5.700,000
Total   Assets    70,000,000
New Westminster. B. C.  Branch,
F.  _HU~I=    Manager.
No    Empty    Seats    In    Opera    House
When Good Show Comes to Town
���Swell   Singing.
25 Cleaved lots in Lot 6, Suburban Block 14.    Situate on
Eight Ave., between
2nd and 3rd Sts.
$325 to $375 Each
1-4 cash, balance 6, 12 and
18 months.
Will sell singly or en block.
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Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured^ by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
j Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St
We
Canada
Bag, Envelope and Box Board Co., Ltd.
HEAD OFFICE: 407 HASTINGS STREET, VANCOUVER, B. C.
LOCATION OF PLANT:  SAPPERTON SIDING, NEAR WESTMINSTER.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^   ORGANIZED  TO   MANUFACTURE
Bags, Envelopes, Pulp Board, Box Board, Folding
" Box Boards, Building Paper, Roofing and Deadening Felts, Sheathing, Paper Boxes, Cartons,
Oyster Pails and Specialties. ***************************
CAPITALISATION, $250,000.00
Divided into 225,000 Shares 8 per cent, Cumulative
Preference Stock, One Dollar per^Share^��.uui
Shares Ordinary Stock, One Dollar per bhaie.
100,00- ot the 8 per cert. PREFERENCE SHARES
I��� Blocks of 100 Shares at One Dollar per Share
PAYMENTS. 08nt
,,���������coo,-rsg-ijLs_3MSWK -S-tMS_ ���������
per month until fully paid.    Stock fully paid ^
_��- , __ - r ��'st -3��^'��>7'S��H'S
a -r_s___��t?s�� & ^nyB-r-is-V3S! - ��������
I the application by the Company, he ��� t���.lt it
at $1.10 per share. ^       ���?ls Compa_y for subscription we do *>*��*��}6,�� 0,rtl,ln to
, t_w ^rss r__H &_-jar. ��fA2rrr��.
ond issue of 100.000 share, at ��1.10 ���� s- e before any
preferential dividend of 8 v^ cent pe^an������^ an
.reference stockholders of the Company. preferential dWd-nM mow- ^VaSSce of
After lhe payment in each year o Mg SjJ rj J ��� P^ ,.psPrv0 f,mn as aforesaid,
16 per rent of the net proms, ana .          ordinary stock. .�����*/     of   120 000   LBS
the profit shall he paid to holders of the or a       .                    WEEKLY CAPACITY     OF   12p,W<__. _
.._��� _tp THE PLANT WILL H*v_".AnCll,ft. AMD  DE
1- AND WHEN COMPLETE THE PL. ^^
1, AND WHEN COMPLETE THE PLANT WLU pApER R00FlNQ.
9f.BA_G8. ENVELOPES. BOXBOARD.        	
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FOR
The ffhj and wherefore of things In [
A    Stubborn    Cinderella" Is noi  oi
much moment; musical comedies are
designed tor amusement, no! analysis, j
Pro_ablj thai is the reason so many J
peop.e  turned <>ut   last  night  to  see
Homer B. Mason aim Carolyn LUja In
riio leading roles of this popular presentation, which scored as big a bit
here as it does elsewhere.
Some of the biggest bits in the
songs were: "Love Me, Just Because.''
by Miss Merrill and chorus; "I'm in
Love Willi All the Girls I Know." by
Mr. Carter and chorus, and "When
You First Kiss the Last fllri You
Love." In which tbe leading: Judy was
assisted by a dozen gorgeously garbed
ballet belles.
Langford   Wins.
Los Angeles. March 17.���Sam Langford   defeated    Flynn   in   the   eighth
round this afternoon.
White, Shiles & Co
628 and 746 Columbia .treet, New Westminster, B.C
a,  ���    rscr      pl.     ��� *?*<; rranch Office Plane L85
Mam  Office Phone Kbo
KING'S HEALTH  POOn.
Condition
Rumors   of   His   Majesty's
Are  Disquieting.
I    London,   March   Hi.���Increasing   in- |
I tereat is being shown by the public,
here In the reports from Biarritz regarding King  Edward's  health since
he  went  there  recently.    At   llrst   it
was reported  that   the king Buttered
Jonly   a   slight  cold,   but   now   it   is
known tbat he has bad several chills.
The reports says that be has failed to
respond  to  the  treatment  which  is
usually successful.
The king's advanced age causes apprehension as the result of the reports. A year ago when be went to
Biarritz there were many rumors of
serious Illness, but last auttuun, and
much of the time this winter, he appeared to be greatly improved.
RUSSOJAPANESE   ALLIANCE
RAISES  STORM  OF   PROTEST
St. Petersburg, March 10.���Thai B
storm of protest against the Russo-
Japanese alliance hinted at by diplomats Is believed certain to come
I when the completion of the negotiations Is announced,
Tbe foreign office today diplomatic- ,
ally evaded any statement regarding |
the actual extent of the negotiations
bul   unofficial despatches from Japan
declare that  the    alliance has    been
completed.     These     despatch.es   have
been sufficient to raise a popular clamor against  tlie alliance that  shows
that any official announcement  here
Is certain to bring trouble for the officers of tbe foreign department.
I    It  Is feared tbat the situation will
he seized  upon by leaders of revolutionary parties to stir up still further
discontent  which may end ln a new
reign of terror.
Big Average of Stakes.
New York. March 17.���Announcement was made today that the Empire
City Racing association has the largest average of any stakes closing in
the east today, with a total of 911
entries, an average of sixty-live to the
stake.
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ACT  QUICKLY!
LOT 60x198, STORE, with Dwelling attached
9 rooms, modern. Cor. Second St. and Fourth
Ave., $5000, $2000 cash, bai. arranged 6 per cent.
We have the  exclusive sale ot this-
Carter & Carver
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Room _. Guichon Block Phone 681
X OPEN EVERY EVENING I	
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Threaten Reprisals.
Brussels, March   17.���The  govern-
! ment submitted the draft of a bill providing for reprisals against  Franco II
a tariff measure now  pending in tne
French   parliament   Is   enacted   WtO
: uiw.
Millinery Display
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_ visit to our Showroom will reveal to you all that is latest
in the   Millinery   World.
Tho fashion centres of Paris and New York have been search-
e, ,, -a. hm Ito NBW Westminster the very latest creations In the
ti    WeWO^daS  you  to call and see them.
HARRIET G. MOORE
2   548 Columbia Street New Westminster, B.C.
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EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
WORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
��, VKUYTHINO to gain nnd small chance to lose by so doing.
PERSONS otber than employees accidentally injured about the premises Invariably sue for damages.
REGARDLESS  of  their  own   responsibility  for  tbe accident, or the
existence ot negligence on the'part of others.
ON the slightest, pretext employees may sue you. even for accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
THE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence ot the
nccident by which he was injured.
EMPLOYERS and business men can ill afford to assume the risk Of
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S'SMSS'ffSL'S ^ ""iSSJ   PSEPR_N0,DUV    ..TUA-O,    BOTH
IR, HAS A  RAILROAD  FRONTAGE O SHIPMENTS.
R  CITY TRADE  AND   DOCKS   FU��   r
DIRECTORS.
QR__LY KOLTS. "^ffftSSfSS^ %SSSS^
NORMAN CAPLE. President N?r�����b���/Vancouver. B. C.
B. R. CHANDLER, Lumber anrt  nm Vancouver. B.C. fl, hone 334.
A. S. BRAKE. Paper Importer at* ^^ter, Merchants   Bank; buu
W. S. ROSE, Fiscal Agent for N����W B  c  Wood Pulp & Paper  -O.,
ED. F. ALLEN, Manager Fiscal Agency,
ADDRESS   ALL   COMMUNICATIONS DIRECT TO W*ctl-lillSter
W S ROSE, Fiscal Agent for New Westminster
746 Columbia Street. Phone 655.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, anil ln London, Kng
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A genera)
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of fl and upward,
snd Ipterest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
TOW   Assets over $168,000,000.00.
MEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
.    O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
LOYEKS ana dusiuqbb m-i _,.,.,
i       this ever-Increasing and uncertain liability.
CREDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms H
sometimes seriously Impaired by such damage suits.
TO   go   to  law   means   loss   of   time, money, endless annoyance and
worry.
YOUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are Insured.
ONLY  Insurance  against  such  risks will enable you to fix and reduce your expenses to a minimum.
UNDER the protection of a Liability Policy   ln   the   Railway   Passen-
;   gers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and be
relieved trom all such annoyance a.
Alfred W. McLeod
PKone 62 " The Insurance Man" 657 Columbia St
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,   MARCH 18
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can do without buying or renting real
estate. The aviators have come closest
^"dispensing with it, but they have to
have a place to light or fall on. You
may feel quite independent walking
around the town but somebody paid for
every foot of ground you step on. Little
wonder that Mother Earth is the greatest medium for investment, for it is the
only thing in the world essential to development. To own a piece of this revolving sphere makes a fellow feel good
too, for within the bounds of such is the
only place where he can say "Here I
am King." You can't start a store
without real estate to put it on, you
can't grow a spud without being an
owner or a renter. If you don't want
anything to do with real estate you've
got to get off the earth, and then you'll
need_'six feet of it to get under if you
want to be conventional. Here are
some city specials that will help you to
independence.
w. J. KERR
Lot on Royal avenue east of Mer-
rivale street; fine location; opposite
car line; size 33x132 with lane at
back. A snap at $750; terms, 1-3
cash, balance 0 and 12 months.
$2100
Lot on Royal avenue near Fourth
street; all cleared, with lane at back;
ternTs, 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
$400 Each
Two lots on Royal avenue. 00x132
each; with lane at hack; all cieared;
terms. 1-3 cash, balance 0 and 12
months.
$17,500
One acre o:\ Eleventh street; very
close in; easily cleared; terms arranged.
$6000
One acre between Queen's and
Royal avenue; all cleared; terms,
1-3 cash, balance 0 and 12 months.
$750
Lot between Queens and Third av-
i uui and Second and Third sti i ets; all
cleared; terms, 1-3 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
$800   Each
Three lots On Twelfth street above
Third avenue; terms, l-'i cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
$2000
Double corner on Eleventh street
and Fourth avenue; cleared. Price
for quick sale, $2000; terms, 1-3 cash,
balance 0 and 12 months.
$1300
Corner lot on Ninth and Kennedy
streets; price $1300; terms. 1-3 cash,
balance 6 and 12 months.
$900
Lot ali cleared; on Eighth street
below Fourth avenue; fine location;
terms, 1-3 cash, balance 0 and 12
months.
$3750
Two lots on Fifth street, just above
Third avenue; all cleared nnd fenced;
lane at back. One-half cash, balance
6 and 12 months.
Snap lot on Regina street; close to
Second street. Price only $650; terms,
1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
This lot faces south.
$3000
Two lots on Fourth avenue near
First street; all cleared; line view;
terms, 1-1 cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
$1500
Corner lot. on St.��Patricks Btreet;
all cleared and fenced; terms, 1-3 cash
and balance 0 and 12 months.
$1000
Lol on St. Patricks street; all
cleared; facing south; full size with
lane at back; terms, 1-3 cash, balance 0 and 12 months.
$1000   Each
Two hits on Fifth avenue all Clean d
and fenced; lane al back; full size;
terms, 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
$3000
Fine double corner on  Fir      ti eel
facing Queens park; fine vii v.; tc i ms.
1-3 cash, balance 6 and  12 months.
$2000
Fine  corner  lol on  Twelfth  stn el
and Fifth av< nue; ail cle ired;  tei ms
to suit.
$1500
Fine corner lot on Fourth avenue
and Twelfth street; all cleared; termB,
1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
$1000
Lot on Fifth avenue; all cleared;
size, 00x132, with ,ane at back; line
view; lot faces south; terms, 1-3 cash,
balance 0 and 12 months.
$1500
Lot on Tenth street; all cleared and
a corner; terms, 1-3 cash, balance ���>
ami 12 months.
$1000
Lot on Seventh street below Sixth
avenue; easily cleared; termB, 1-3
cash, balance 0 and 12 months at 7
per cent.
$750
Lot on Fifth street above Sixth ave.
Fine corner lot on Seventh aven��
and    Second    street;    partly   i
Price only $500;  terms, 1-:; (;
anee  0 and  12  months.
$725
Lot on.Fourth street near SIxl
eniie;   easily cleared;   term
balance 6 and  12 months.
$800
Lot    on    Seventh    avenui
south; close to Sixth street; car .informs,   1-3   cash,   balance     r,     .,|    jo
months.
$12,500
Fine lot on Columbia six   I
frontage by  IT feet deep;  tei:    . ���?'���
cash;  balance 6 and 12 montl        :
per cent.
$1680
Fine double corner on Si ve il
enue;    close    to    Sixth    Bt!
line;   terms, 1-:; cash, balai
12 months.
$1300
Two   lots   on   Fourth
cleared and fence I; tei ms, $55
balance  6  and   12 months.
$1400
Doub.e   corner   on   Fourth
Close to  car  line;   all  clean ii,   '
1-3 cash, balam e 6 and L2 ���
$650   for   Both
Two lots on Eighth avenue near
Fourth street; all cleared; lane at
Sack; only $660 for both; terms. '
uui 12 months.
$250   Each
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Three lots above Eighth avenue;
facing south; price $2f>0 each; terms,
1-3 cash, balance 0 and 12 months.
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$630
Lot on Dublin street close to
Twelfth street car line; with lane al
back; price $030; terms, 1-3 cash, balance 0 and 12 months.
$700
Lot on Seventh avenue close fo car
line; terms, 1-3 cash, balance 0 and
12 months.
$500  Each
Double corner on Tenth avenue:
cose to Twelfth street car line;
terms, 1-3 cnsh, balance 6 and 1��
months.
614 Columbia Street
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MARCH   18.   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
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fire Insurance
Life Insurance
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NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
-.-;..'_:'   ;a^������������nsMurfl.. _*r-.���r_*~\ st~~
Fifty Acres, close in, 500 feet Water
Frontage, North Arm, at the ridiculously
low price of $500 Per Acre. At least
$200 per acre below value. 8 Days from
now   the   owner   advances  the  price.
BUY   NOW
With half the labor, and at
(he cost of other soap,
cs   the   whole
i      i "   '        I       time,
i. g   the
��� st   '    rate     _ric.
Use It the f        ,.t way.
. ollow the uircctions.
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Tenders for Machinery, Belting, Shaft
ing,  Cranes,   Air  Compressors, Etc.
SEALED   'i ENDERS,  a_dn s i .:   to
the undei slj ned, and mai ki .1 on the
envi lope   'Ti ndi i   Eoi   Machlm s  nnd
fendet   for  Li ath< i   Beating,'
etc., as thi  < ase maj  be, will be
i I ed nt the office of the Commis
sioners of the Transcontinental Railway, nt   Ottawa,    Ontario,    until    12
o'clock noon of the 12th day of April
1910, for:
il) Machines and tools;
Leatht r belting;
(3) Shafting,  hangers,  steel   frame
work, etc;
i n Mlscel.aneous    equipment,    in-
dustila! truck and lockers;
(6) Motors;
(6)  Pui naces nnd forges;
(?)  Crams;
181 Air compressors;
cm Grey   iron   foundry   equipment
and   brass   foundry   equipment;    , ,   ,.,,,.,.^   .i.mii,
required for the equipment of the lo ,,i i;m,i an��j premises situate lying
comotive and other shops of the Com- an(j being in the District ol New
ralsitbhers of the Transcontinental Westminster, in the Province of Brlt-
-Tallway at Springfield, east of Wlnnl- i6b Columbia, more particularly
;���>-, 'wanriniTa. known and described as: ���
Tenders will be received and con-'    Lol T. Biock 1, being a portion of
sldered for any or all of the items in-   Section 20, Block 5, North  Range, 2
dieaied aliow- and numbered from  '
to '.'. both inclusive.
Accident Insurance
Live Stock Insurance
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680
P.O. Box 40
West.   Lots 3 and I, part of n portion
of fractional sec tion 21, Biock �� North
e   2   West.
You and those claiming through
under you and all persons claiming any Interest in the said
land by virtue of in unn
tered Instrument, and all persons claiming any lnterer.1 In the ii;'id
"Land Registry Act," are required to
' contest the claim of the tax purchaser
within forty-five days from the date
of the service of this notice upon you,
by the Commissioners, which maj be and in ^_&_\ _ :l caV_ai or bertlfl-
had on application to the Chlei En- cate 0f uB pendens being filed within
glneer at Ottawa, or to the Districi BUOh period, or in default of redemp-
Englneer al St. Boniface, Man. ti,*! before registration, yen and each
Each tender must be signed and of you will be forever estopped and
sealed by all the pai ties to tlie ten- debarred from setting up any claim
Ider, and witnessed, and be accom- to or in respeel of the said land,
panted by an accepted cheque on a and I shall register George Troughten
chartered hank of tin- Dominion of as owner thereof in fee. And I here-
Canada, payable to the order of the by order that publication of this no-
I Commissioners  of the Traiiscoiitinen-   tice for thirty days In  a daily news
Pians and   specifications    maj   be
se, n  in  the office of the  Chh |   I
. : of the- Commissioners at Ottawa, Mr, Cordon Cram, and In the
office of the Districi i glneers of
the Commissioners al Si. Boniface,
Man.. Mr. S. R, Poulln.
tenders will not be considered unless
made   on   the   printed forms  suppli
tm.-%^:
tf\a__y_J^\__te~_  ������_._
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ytton, Veal,
UALITY "'"��� T.
sh Oysters are on
twice weekly
mm
C. Traves, IVSanager.
COLUMBIA STREET.
LAND   ACTS.
Comox Land  Dislrict,
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Ole Lee, of Bonton,
occupation  farmer,  Intends  to apply
tor   permission   to  purchase  tlie  following  described  lands:
Commencing at  a post  planted In
a small bay at N.W. corner Of Hudson
I  island.    Applying   to   purchase    the
ne   ir; i,l  containing    80    acres,
''more or less, and Is situated southwest of Mais Islam 1.
OL    I
SHERMAN  li. i
March   10,  1910.
Comox  Land  Dist:
District of Coast  Range One.
Take no
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bledown island, containing 20 acres,
more or .ess. Applying for the whole
island.
ALVEN HOUCHEN.
SHERMAN II. FORD,
March  10,  1910. Agent.
tal Railway for a sum equai to ten
per cenl (10 per cent l of the amount
of the tender.
Any person whose tender is accepted shall within ten days after the acceptance thereof sign the contract,
specifications .and other documents
[required to be signed, and In any case
of refusal or failure on the part of
the parly whose tender is accepted
to complete and execute the contracl
with the Commissioners, the said
cheque shall bi   torfi Ited to tbe Com-
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take  notice  thai   Charles  William
I   ���     'ii, of  Madrid, occupation    bar-   missloners as llquldati I dan i    ��� for
paper published im New Westminster
will be good and BUfflcii nl service
thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster. Province of British Columbia, this 9th day of March,
A. D. 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District  Registrar.
To:���Michael Robert Harry. John
Douglas. Alexander Q. Macfarlane,
NEW
ber. intends to apply for permission
to purchase the fellow i- . d, scribed
lands:
Co nmi ncln    al   a  posi  planted at
the wesl  end  of  Aid     I il ind,    the
si Island In the Cai ej gi oup, containing  40  acres,  more  or   iess.    Ap-
plyln Whole island,  which  is
Bitunti d ni ar the wesl en 1 of Tumour i i ind.
. CHARLES WILLI \N PRESTON.
SHERM \X  11. FORD,
Man h  It    1910
I-
Mills
Tradina
Manufacturers and Dealers in  All  Kinds of
:BR, LATH, SHINGLES,  SASH.   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
'JED WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
..  12 New Westminster
Box  137
.'"nsam
COPYRIGMTj
A DELICIOUS
CUP OF COFFEE
Whose aroma is fragrant and appetizing, a chop or steak with fried potatoes, or a dainty broiled chicken,
such as wo prepare, to tempt your
appetite these cold mornings, is what
you need. We can tempt tbe palate
of an anchorite.
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM  OFFICE.
Co-Viox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Tal.    i Peterson, ol
carp nter,  In-
b to applj        Ion to pur-
, ii e the following d< scribed lands:
Commencing at a posi plain, d al
the N.E. comer of T.L. -5.8C, on Mid-
Bummer island, thence following said
dne of T.L. Bouth, west and north to
the shore; thence followln -. shore
wi iti ily. southerly, easterly, northerly and westerly to point of commencement; containing 200 acres,
more or less.
JOHN  PETERSON.
SHERMAN ll. FORD,
March in, 1910. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast   Range  One.
n   Elkens,  i I
it   ids to
mlssl rchase the
Ibed 1
Coe :    planti d   at
t i    :   if Cedar i land   containing
moi e or h ss.    Ap] i  It
il i  [stand,  w hb h Is i Ituated
at the w,st end of Midsummer island.
JOHN EIKENS.
SHERMAN II. FORD,
March  10, 1910. '   i nl
such  refusal or tallui o,  an 1 ad  ���
trad   rights  acquired  b    I
ol the tend* r Bha I be tot felted.
The  cheques  deposited   1>>   parlies
ccepted will   b
I    ;    to the i redil    of  thi   Re
cefver Gi C ii id I
ie due and faltiiful pi i 6
of the contract i irdlni   lo       : rms.
,., |   b
who ie  tendei rejected   f ;ii   be
i i   ten    d
���
I
!'   : ���   rtY.AN,
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WESTMINSTER
SESSMENT.
CITY     AS-
Court of Revision.
Iven that the
Aa
LAND   ACT.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that George Philips, or
Battle  Creek,  occupation  baker,  Intends to apply for permission to purchase  the following described  ,aiu!s:
Commencing al a post planted at
the N.E. corner of T.L. 27243 OB
Swanson island; tlience following line
of said T.L south, west, north and
west to shore; tlience following shore
southerly, easterly, northerly, and
westerly to point of coniinoneoiiMwu .
containing 300 acres, more ot
Form of Notice, District of New Westminster.
Take notice thai John Ferdinand
Baggs, of Nelson island, occupation
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Timber Lot
37341, about one mile northeast of
head of Hidings Bay, thence north
40 chains to or near small lake, thence
east 40 Chains, thence south 40
chains, thence west 40 chains to point
of   commencement,   containing   loo
acres more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS,
Name of Applicant.
Dated  at   Nelson  Island,  B.  C, December 29, 1909.
Insi
������ || heut  authoi I      fro
: 11    u|   I        ><
enl  Roll for the year 1910 has
;, mi ned to me, and n main   In
office whi re It may be h '
bj   anj   pi i  on   ba' In      an    Inti
- in, until tl i   I
ion.
.,iiie   of   the C
i on 1 Id Assessn   nl i: it'
Hall In the
tb daj ",'
I i     clock, ln l
i
the City
I     :,l    1,  :e;|    f .-v.  n    ,1    '       1     tOl_   l'"1
In    of I
\Y.   \   DUN    '
Cierk,
City Hall     '     li IE   1.910.
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
TAKE NOTICE thai an application
has been made to register George
Troughten as the owner in Fee Sim-
p,e. under a Tax Sale Deed from Mil-
win M. Qarncross, collector of the
Municipality of Surrey, to George
Troughten. bearing date Ihe 7th day
of September, A. D. 1908, of all  nnd
���   tim iti i Given. Phone 687.
.!. NEWMME & SONS
PAINTERS,   PAPER-HANGERS  AND
DECORATORS.
'.ill Sixth avenue, hetween Second avenue  and  Third  Btreets.
NEW WESTMINSTER       -        B.C.
NOTICE.
���w
I
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 14-50 per Bbl-
|McQuarrie & Co.FL0Dlt AND FEro MERCHANTS
F^ONT STREET.
District of New Westmister.
TAKE NOTICE that thirty days
after date date I, William E. Wright,
or Clayburn, B. C, intend to apply To
the Assistant Commissioner or Han'1s
for a license to prospect for coal and
petroieum on the following described
of   lands:
in.      Commencing at. a post marked Wm.
�� '_. Wright's southwest corner, set at
ess.
GEORGE PHILIPS.
SHERMAN II. FORD,
March 10, 1910. A-gent,
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Guy Johnson,
Xenla, occupation harness maker,
tends to apply for P�����J��|J��0 tOpUT;   the Boutlloa8t COrner of District  Lot
chase the following described IBBM.   ^ Qroup g   New  We8tm,n8ter
I    Commencing at a post plant d in ��  DlBtdct thence east one mne> thence
jbay on th�� south shore ����  ^L*'^     nortn   one  mile,   thence   west  three
land, the nor"	
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
We Have Clients
Waiting to invest in
New Westminster
Properties. List
your property with
us.
���th Island In the Indian
..,,., or fourths of a mile, thence south three
group, containing 80 acres more "M fourthg _. ft mlle thence weBt one
less.   Applying for the whole isiand  ^^ ^ & _a_^ thence Bomh one
fourth of a mile to the point of commencement.
WILLIAM E. WRIGHT.
New Westminster, B. C, March 8,
1910.
which Is situated at the west end of
Vihage Island.
r_j__?w_____a_fe^tr*����'i
GUY JOHNSON.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910.
Agent.
New Westminster.
Telephone S33.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Alvcn Houchen, of
_   ,Iowa, occupation farmer, Intends to
__��� ' apply for permission to purchase tne
following described lands:
.\ ;r-T-^-r,_~ *-,*, ww- i_ rrivrr I    Commencing at a post planted in
'VERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS __r__i_fAlT��*.
the
GRANVILLE REALTY CO.
VIDAjg & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
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STORAGE!     2109 Granville St.
Phone R4949       Vancouver, B.C��
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,   MARCH
18,
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"Kant Klog"
SPRAY
PUMPS
are the best.
We have them, and also
carry a complete line of other
makes. Call in and have a demonstration.
Our Stock Of "PENDRAY'S"
Spray is NEW and GOOD.
COLUMBIA STREET.
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A DEADLOCK:
NOT
If you buy your Locks from us.
Building Paper, Nails and
Flashings sent to your jobs by
by ringing  up
Phone 281
HARDMAN'S j
HARDMAN      BLOCK.*
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City News I
��� ���
1915,
THINK OF IT NOW
WILL YOU
A   COURSE   IN   MONEY
MAKING
That is practically what this school
gives its students.    Our students are
getting tlie pick of good salaried positions in business offices, simply because the training they receive Is before all things thorough and practical.
Get in line for a larger salary.
Westminster Modern
Business School
A.  L. BCUCK, Principal.
610   Columbia St.
See the carpets at Fales. **
George Gray was sent to jail for
three months yesterday for selling
liquor to an Indian.
For first-class cut towers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davles'
Greenhouse. R208. �����
A meeting of the board of control
of the A. R. and I. society will be
held on Wednesday next, when important matters will be discussed.
Got any papering and patining to
do?   If so, see I. Hudson, Sixth street.
The case of Hatakeyma vs. Roebuck, a suit involving .about $200,
which was to have been heard before Judge Howay today, has been
settled out of court.
Look over the mattings. Still got
'em; 20c yard.   Fales. **
The Western Canada Power company, wliich recently took over the
Stave Lake Power company, has several parties out surveying a pole line
in from the power plant at Stave lake
to the city.
For fresh Carnations, promptly delivered, plione R208, Davies' Greenhouse. **
John Lovell, who is alleged to have
passed a forged check o:i the
Westminster Trust company ,ast September, has been arrested in Detroit,
Mich., and is being neld pending instructions from this city. The city
solicitor will take up the matter of
his extradition with the attorney- general.   Lovell is a much wanted man.
Free tuition is now being given to
intending purchasers of Oliver Typewriters. It costs you nothing to try
this machine, and only seventeen
cents a day to buy one when satisfied with your test. Particulars post
free rrom Mr, Holton E. Sands, 746
Columbia Street, City. ***
A public meeting for the discussion
| of the university site question has
been called for Tuesday night. Two
citizens will be appointed to act with
Mayor Lee on a general committee of
the lower mainland municipalities,
which will meet and try to decide on
a site to be suggested to the board of
trustees, which will select the final
location.
A good appearance Is an invaluable
asset���not a luxury but a necessity.
Ring up R 278, Royal City Chemical
Cleaners, and we will assist you.      **
At a meeting of the license commissioners beld on Wednesday the
bartenders asked for more protection
j against selling liquor to interdicted
persons. The commissioners promised not to hold the bartender liable
1 if he did not know that the man was
interdicted,   but   the   interdicted   per-
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
To the Housewife the Electrl c Sad Iron is the greatest boon possible. No device has so lessened the household labor. The Electric
Sad Iron Is so simple that a child can operate it; and it can be used
in any part of the house where there is an electric light. Iron always hot; no useless walking or waiting; Ironing done ln half the
time. We carry different makes and styles. Call in and let us show
them to you.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
son who does not explain his status
to the barkeeper will be heavily
fined.
The Trades and Labor council holds
its regular monthly  meeting tonight.
Get in early with your paint work.
Now is the time to see I. Hudson.
Sixth Street. **
A surprise party waited upon Alex.
Adams, of Fourth avenue, yesterday
evening on the occasion of Mr. Adams' birthday. The visitors included
several Vancouverites.
At a meeting held in Eburne muni-
cipial hall on Wednesday night, a
board of trade which will be known
as the Richmond-Point Grey board of
trade was formed with the following
officers: President, J. C. Gibson;
vice-president, Henry Marston; secretary, W. Gordon.
The death occurred yesterday in St.
Paul's hospital, Vancouver, of George
W. Chadsey, registrar of the court at
Chilliwack. The late Mr. Chadsey
was 64 years of age, and was one of
the pioneers of the Fraser vahey. The
deceased is survived by a wife and
six children, Edward,' Stephen and
Daniel, Mrs. Evans and Miss Helen
Chadsey, of Chilliwack, and Mrs. W.
H. Nesbitt, of New Westminster. The
funeral will take place in Chilliwack.
Indications point to Sapperton being
the location of a new Orange lodge In
j the near future. J. \Y. White,ey, of
.Vancouver, Grand Orange organizer
':for the province of British Columbia.
j has been working on the proposition
for some time and it is understood
TiTat his plans are almost complete
j for the formation of a new lodge in
!tTie East end suburb.
There will be a public meeting in
j the Labor tempie on Saturday. A. E.
Scott, sixtli general vice-president oi
the Brotherhood oi Painters, Decorators and Paperhangers, of Winnipeg, will deliver an address. The
painters in New Westminster are unorganized, and the meeting is called
for the purpose of ascertaining the
feeling of the workmen here in regard to forming a painters' union.
The S. A. Young People Of Vancouver will give an entertainment In
the S. A. citadel Friday, March  18. **
George Rawilnson, of Burnaby, was
yesterday lined $25 and costs for
cruelty to animals, rlis dog got Into
a tight with another dog and Kawlin-
son came to the rescue. He beat the
other dog into insensibility with a
stick, and then took out his knife to
cut its throat. The dog was not
killed and will recover. Neighbors
who witnessed the act reported the
affair to the S. P. C. A. in Vancouver
and the society Inspector laid the information against Rawilnson. Magistrate Pittendrigh Imposed the sentence.
Fales' for furniture, Agnes St.      **
The biggest sturgeon caught in the
Fraser river for many years past was
hauled   in  by   au   up-river   fisherman
yesterday morning and bi ought to fi-S
t city during tlie afternoon, being pur-
j chased  by M.  Monk, of Front street.
The   fish   weighs  850  pounds  and is
fifteen   feet   long.    The   head   alone,
��� wliich   will   be   on   exhibition   in   the
city market this morning, weighs 140
; pounds.    The capture  of  a  sturgeon
' weighing over  500  pounds  is a  rare
occurrence; the heaviest sturgeon on
record  was caught  many years ago,
and  weighed something over a thousand pounds.
Mrs. Moore's millinery opening is
now in full swing. See what she has
in all that is the latest and best in
millinery. **
English Watchmitk^r
��    ���.���.���
Gold Watcaes for Latlivs from $12./5
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
16.00.
Sliver Watches, gents' open case,,
17.50 up.
Agent tor Waltham and Elgin
Watch-es.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
CITY HOMES
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block, New Westminster
$1000 cash, balance to be arranged,
buys modern residence, situate on
large corner lot, 70x126 In splendid
location, north side of Third avenue,
commanding magnificent view. House
contains the following rooms: hour
bedrooms, drawing room, dining room,
hall, sitting room, den and kitchen,
also large attic and cellar. House
nearly new and beautifully papered
throughout.
$500 cash, balance easy terms,
buys nice modern bungalow, near
Queens Park, lot 66x132. Good situation.
If you want a home, come and see
us. We can help you, and finance
any reasonable proposition.
F. J. Hart & Co, Ltd.
w
Women's
Neckwear
Novelties
FASHIONS FAVORITE
STYLES
We have waited long for this
de,ayed shipment of all these
dainty little neckwear pieces.
Dutch Collars, Linen Collars,
Muslin and Silk Bows and Jabots are the most popular
styles shown. They are here
by the hundreds and inexpensively priced.
Shantung and
Pongee Silks
Indications are that later In
the season a scarcity of these
popular silks will be hard to
overcome. More orders have
been placed than can be filled,
such is the demand for the
Spring and Summer wear. Just
now we have on hand a large
stock of Natural Pongees, Coatings Pongees, and Colored
Shadings, in 26 and 34 inch
widths, per yard  ..15c to $ 1 -T5
Moire Silk ana]
Velvet
Fashion reports feature the
Moire trimmings to a large degree. You have but to pick Up
a book of fashions, read the
descriptions or popular 8ty.ea
t o note the extended uSc, 0J
Moire silks and velvets for
trimming purposes.
Moire Velvet. in sh.1(1(ls ^
match, popular dress fabrics
V?r yard       j, %
Moire Silks with black, ij.
most used colors, follow 4j��
ly in popmarlty, per ya dtidj
t0  ...wi
All Wool
Suitings
90c Per Yard
Spring Dress Suitings of a
weight most suitable for present day styles. All the new
colors are prominent in these
serviceable materials. Chevron,
self stripes, French twill, serges, satin stripe, Venetians and
light weight worsteds, width 44
inches, shown in shades of Wisteria catawba, taupe, purp,e, reseda, myrtle, old rose, grey,
brown, light and dark navy,
cardinal, cream and black, per
���aid       90c
Shirt Waist Suitings
25c per yard
Materials  witli   weight  sufficient   for     tailored   sty.es    Ol   shirt
waists are more to the front than ever before.
The showing before you in our wash goods section i ntalns a
wonderful range of entirely new materials or old fabrics i.i niw disguise. They are all attractive and serviceable. 36-inch Indian
Head in white, pink, fawn, cadet, navy and black.
Figure Picque in all white fancy designs. White and black, ffhitca.
cardinal, white  and  blue, etc. 27-inches wide, several  weights,
Corded Bengalines in plain colors, or striped, two toned s'ripes
Linen    Colored   Brilliants imitative   of   Poneee   suiiitiL-s   thae
are absolutely  fast  color.
White Vestings in dozens of small and large designs.
Fancy Crepons reminding one most forcibly of what  wa
time sold as seersucker;   attractive colors and designs.
Stencilled Curtain
Materials
NEW   DESIGNS
Warm Spring days turn the thoughts of housekeepers towards
the house furnishing problem. House cleaning reveais a host of Improvements that seem absolutely necessary. Are your windows in
need of up to date draperies?
STENCILED   ETAMINE   SCRIM,  PER  YARD       40c
The newest curtain material, 40 Inches wide; stenciled ln a
manner that leaves both slrie= alike. Patterns represent the old cathedral stained glass windows or natural floral or conventional designs. Colors are h.irmoniously arranged in two or three toned com.
binatons of cardinal, green, brown and Blue on white or natural
ground.    Colors are  absolutely fast, per yard       40c
36-INCH   STENCILED   SCRIM  PER  YARD    30c
A few attractive designs at this price, colors are conblnations
of green, red and brown.
40-INCH  PLAIN  SCRIM,  PER    YARD  30c
Ecru and white oniy, suitable for use as sold or for stenciling.
36-INCH  ART SILKOLINES, PER   YARD       20c
A new shipment of these ever popular materials. Patterns are
new colors, are natural in their shades of green, pink, cadet, blue,
laventlar, fawn and their various conblnations. Designs suitable for
window  draperies, comforters, etc, per yard       20c
Corded fteck
Ruching
Small and large silk and goM
cord Ruching in all the new
sbade.s (,r pink, sky, old row.
cream. purple, blink *&
white. Also shown with ���*
edge in the popular colon-
Sold in boxed lengths or by *'
yard.
Plain and
Embroidered
Linen Collars
20c to 45c  Each
Tailored waists with Un*"
colors���another of fashion's d6-
crees Low or high linen collars with or without embroidered designs, or set with 'n'
sertlon and beading. Sizes Hm
to 14i/_, each    20c to 45c
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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