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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
N-W   WESTMINSTER.
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NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  C,  THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 17,1910.
PRICK  K1'4-' JknTS.
il.A���
BIG TRADE IN CANADA
Ly of Salesmen Are Being
U Here to  Represent
lig
Exporting Houses.
NEW CAR SHOP TO BE
OPENED BY END OF WEEK
B.  C.
to
E.   R.   Employees  Will  Be  Able
Turn  Out  More  Cars  With
Increased  Acommodation.
MD March 16--The cessa ion of
Cax on German goods is one
* topics of the hour in commer-
mJcl uere- Great exporting
-are energetically seeking travel and  agents  with   an   intimate
ledg��, ,,i Canadian conditions.
|"nl familiar with  trade   practices
[  Dominion, especially with the
Idly developing eommunltles in the
... ,ml far west, are  being en-
J ,;;";'������,   Baiarie8 and will be
'K.lird l0 the held of operations
-Led to conduct one of the most
|    business  campaigns  Germany
[ever waged on foreign soil.  They
.    oreceded by an  avalance <��
,   uea    and     other     advertising
���     printed   in   the   English   Ian-
L    ��� i ottering unprecedented into Canadian buyers to es-
|l8h   connections    with    German
ISPS.
LH branches of German  trade exit, a boom in Canadian orders. The
agemenl of an aniline dyes syndi-
, rmany_     most     important
pjical trade, says that  tariff con-
Ions Justify  the hope of a heavy
\ Be in  the  sale  of   the  Byndi-
b', products in Canada.
Eerr Graumonn,  proprietor   of   an
ortant     millinery     establishment,
������The settlement   or  the  tariH
��� will certainly be of immense ben-
m the entire German  trade."
en Levin, a leading manufacturer
,        its, says:   "Our branch has
a lnnc time been magnificently
lani7.il In Canada. Our travellers
I,: ... . ;iire Dominion, and our
Ln- are sure to increase extra-
Ttaaruy henceforth, as the country's
i   mil   p wer is enormous."
The cramped conditions under
which tlie men have been working at
the B. C. Electric railway shops for
so long will, In a few days, be overcome, as the new sheds which are
now completed, will be opened.
This new building will accommodate, at a pinch, some twenty cars.
It contains four sets of rails over good
cement pi.es, and leaves ample room
for any necessary machinery, on tlie
west side
new   cars   being  built   and   repaired
A line car
NEED CO-OPrMION
WITH MOTHERLAND
Earl Crewe Points Out Need
of Common Action Between
Colonies and England.
London, March 1(1. ��� Earl Crewe,
secretary of state for the colonies,
speaking last night at a dinner given
to Sir George Held, high commissioner
in London for Australia, in suggesting a division of the colonial secretaryship, said crown colonies should
bo handed over to another secretary.
LACROSSE BOYS Will   iIRI8ti mm LEf'       m?mm ls
utile TO BE hd|   ALMOST INTOLERABLE
HAVE GOOD OfflCERS
St.
Fred Lynch Re-elected President - Manager Welsh Resigns - Money in Treasury
Patrick's    Eve    Entertainment
Decided  Success���Performers
Were   in   Fine   Voice.
Gif-
lle   added   that   any   arrangement   of
1 formal   and   continuous   co-operation
, between   the   home   government  and
, '< these   crown   dominions   in   the   form
is Hearing completion iin(1lof an imperial council would be diffl-
Just bv it is a well designed attend
the old   sheds   there  ar^   many \
f_^^^^^^^^^^
Hearing completion
of an  ....,-  ���      -
cult of achievement, but much could
anee car which goes with a portable |~~ dong by ln(]uring _e dominions t0
take    part     in    imperial    diplomatic
I problems   which   concerned  relations
| vrith   the  powers  of  the  world  when
any  question arose affecting any   dominion.
He believed the mother country wns
showing great faith in the statesmen
sub-station.    In this there is good accommodation   for   the   men   and   the
room   will   be   nicely   furnished   with
bed lounges, etc.   A room is {flso> provided for coal, and another for too.s.
A shunter is also under construction. ,
as well as a new combination line and I
wrecking car.   This is an addition to   *",'"'.""'_ "']'*,' ,,""",   ,   ,,��� . _.,..,f
., ,.i.i i     ���     i,.,.n,.   of the dominions affected, "nut what
the   service   that   has     been     badly . '    ���_-_a<.t-_
... .. .   . ,.    ���   we   had   to   aim   at   was   co-opoiation
needed  for sometime, and  is quite a        . .       , ������..,,..
. r,    ,'    . .     nnd common action, for anv question
new departure.    It wll . however, only ��� , ��� ,T ,
. '      ,,    , ' ,, ,.      ���    to be settled  wholly,  say    at    Mei-
he  serviceable  for  smal    wrecks,   as .    . '     ., ,   ,    ,
K^unvr.   nrmiM he ns bad as lf it  nan
bul
limiUffF OFFICIALS
[m MING CONCESSIONS I
union's Representatives  at  Washington Are Carrying on  Negotiations With a  Firm   Hand.
I Washington, March 16.���The ne-
tlatlons regarding the tariff oi Can-
. remain unchanged. Up to this
ii ��� i Dominion officials have
adlly declined to make any con-
isions wii.it, ver    in  favor of    the
Iiiied States.
In justification of that position they
Int out that the American tariff is
ry much higher than that of Ca-
d;i. and for the United States, to
list it Is entitled to the same rates
havp been given France and other
bntrles would be an unwarranted
of Canada's treaty making
.tits.
there is  no  crane  attached
be    extremely    useful    in    cases    of i ���
emergency.    It is forty feet long and |st,pc ������
will be able to carry a large crew of
men as well as all the necessary apparatus for wrecking.
The company is building a.together
seven new freight  cars and  two are
under way now. In the adjoining room
eight  city   "Pay   as   You   Enter"   and
eleven    interurban    cars    are    being
built and  can  be  seen  in  all  singes
of development.    With  the exception
of   the   iron,   steel,   brass   and   glass
work all the pans a;e nude in these
shops whilst  the Imported  materials
are litted and finished by the men on
the    premises.    The    accommodation
for all this work consists of a small
office  where  the  plans  for  new  cars
are   made   and   business   conducted;
I freight,   repairing   and    constructing
rooms;   a carpenter shot),  where  the
(body   and  parts   are   constructed;   a
finishing  room,  a  forge  and  a  paint
shop.    The  machinery   throughout  is
of the best and thc latest labor saving
device is a cross arm borer which is
capable of drilling  fourteen  holes at
once���nine one way and five another.
Before  the   machine    was    purchased
every hole had to he hand bond, and
as numbers of cross arms are needed
every   day   for   telephone   an.l   power
wires,   work   was   liable   to  be   held
back.
Altogether about one hundred men
are employed in these shops and are
kept busy all the time. When the
new shed Is open there will be considerably more work turned out. As
fhe growth of the city and suburbs
go on, so it becomes necessary to enlarge these works in order to keep
paco with the times. No better
slcn of the prosperity of this city
cou.d be found than in the enlargement of these shops.
to  be  settled  wholly,  say
.,   ibounre, would be as bad
w11,'been    settled    wholly    in    Downing
MILLINERY OPENING IS
REAL TREAT FOR LADIES
Harriet   G.   Moore's   Display   Includes
Many   Novel   and   Pri tty   Creations���Chantecleer Hat There.
P MADE BIO MONEY
SELLING WOLF SKINS
SHORT   KOW'S   CLAIM   FOR
BONUS   IS   THROWN  OUT
The   Mecca   of   the, ladies   of   New
Westminster   yesterday   was   Harriet
G. Moore's millinery store, where the
spring opening so eagerly awaited by
the fair sex was at last a rea.iiy. All
through   the   morning   and  afternoon j    ..
the   cosy   little     show     parlor     wu~
I thronged    with    prospective    buyers
| whose admiration and envy were alternatively   excited   by   the  beautiful
models on exhibition.
With such a number and variety of
ideations on display as are to be seen
at Mrs. Moore's it is unnecessary to
attempt more than a brief reference
to some of the prevailing styles and
fashions of the season. Most of the
hats shown are Parisian importations,
although quite a few come from New-
York and other American centres.
Many of the most attractive hats in
stock have been trimmed in Mrs.
Moore's workrooms.
On entering the showroom yesterday, the visitor was at once struck
with the pleasing appearance of the
piace, which has been recently decorated in soft tone effects. Bunches
of princeps, tulips, daffodils and violets, artistically arranged, lent an
added charm to the parlor.
Some of the new shades which will
be immensely popular this year, ac-
Honorary   president���Thomas
ford, M. L. A.
President���F. J. Lynen.
First vice-president���A.  W.  Gray.
Second   vice-president���W.   G.     McQuarrie.
Secretary-treasurer���H. Ryall.
Assistant   secretary���Irving   Wintemute,
Executive committee���George Ren-
nie, Len Turnbull, Tom Rennie, C. A.
Welsh and A. Turnbull.
Delegates to B. C. L. A.���C. A.
Welsh. W. G. McQuarrie, Nels Nelson.
Alternates���A. W. Gray. J.  S.  Henderson,   H.   Ryall.
,     Auditor���C. D. Peele.
j Timekeepers���J. J. Johnstcn and C. G.
Major.
The above are tlie officers e'.ected
hist   night  at  the    largely    atti nded
annual meeting of the  ia ross ��� club.
Although the crowd insist d on electing C. A. Welsh to tin1 office of manager again, he  said  that   he  was  too
busy to attend to it   an.l  no,   to  do
any  sidestepping,  lie  would  not  act.
llis   determination   rather   staggered
the  meeting    and    they decided    to
leave the  matter of a choice to the
executive.   Hew  J.  S.   Henderson  remarking,  that  now  that     Mr.  Welsh
had got his resignation off his chest,
he might be amenable to reason.
Bob Cheyne in  Line.
However, Manager Welsh seems to
be firm in his decision and ic is not
likely that he will manage tiie Sal-
inonbellies   this   year.     _.   probable
candidate   for   the  position  is   it.  H.
Cheyne,  who   has   had  experience in
lacrosse    in    New    Westminster for
many years.
There  are only   a  few  changes  in
Ithe officers this year.    They are all, I
Ireland bad justice done to her by
a first class concert at the opera
house last night, ln New Westminster
the principle is to be ahead Of the
times, which accounts for the concert
being held last night, instead of tonight. Irish songs. Irish tunes, and
Irish men and their sweet colle ins
were the order of the eve and though
the Irish song's fell short ln the real
oal Irish brogue, they did not lack
the good old  Irish swing.
Miss Alvina Munn was the triumph
of the evening and her song, "The
Kerry Dance," brought the house
down, anil her quaint little encore,
with allusions to the little pig thai
did it. was the chef d'oeuvre of the
concert.
Conrad   White,   who   followed   his
Undesirables Walk Across
Boundary and Annoy Farmers���Remedy is Sought.
Complaints are being made that the
boundary between the States and Can-
ade is not adequately protected
agai.ist undesirable Immigrants iu tne
vicinity of Blaine. Ther. are only
two men statoned there by the Canadian authorities, anu they give all
Arains a thorough Inspection but there
is very little to prevent indigent foreigners from walking into Canada by
any of the numerous roads In that
district.
A petition is being prepared by the
residents on the Canadian side asking
Ithe  Dominion  government   to   take
steps to remedy  ths condition.   The
| Canadian border residents claii
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m .. I l^tlllUUldll     UUI U^TI       ICD.U-IILD     ,   1.1 1 111     tlltit
wife,  who  recited an  excellent   ll��'e Ithe  country  is  overrun  with tramps
sketch   entitled    "Tho
Seattle,   Anacortes
his   song.   "Off   to
Harney' was
.lespie h ''i t i re- |;
^^^^^^        Lady   or   the   ���   Behlugham	
West," has a fine baritone and showed!^ <)tll(,r Amerlcan centres.
The    American     government    has
...: | eleven   men   posted  on  the  different
Iroads  and   these  official,  effectually
prevent   the   return   of  any   undesirables that get across into Canada, but
naturally take no steps to stop them
leaving   the   States.     The   residents
ha\e  nothing  to  complain  of  in  the
services of  the Canadian  officials as
far  as  they  go.  but   they  asset that
the staff is insufficient for the work.
The petition  is being largely signed,
as   there   is   hardiy  a  farmer   living
\ within three or four miles of the bord-
.   ���    ., .      , ,   ���_,,   er who has not suffered more or less
ther  O'Boyle, J.   M.   McDonaldi  and w    ,hp ni.i8.mce.
' A. L. Lavery. deserves congratulations | 	
| on the success of the concert.   Aboul
I two hundred do.lars will be realized
up  well  in
delphia."
The bass solo
received and W
turn.
Amongst   the   other  Bingers
I Willie Keary, Fred Pilgl in i, M
jberta Lavery and  A. Williams.
seldom   has   New   Westmlnstei
v.-,.
ss Al-
Very i
  I been
able to muster so many good singers
in one concert, an.l that is why one
feels that justice has at last been
done to the gold old Emerald lsie.
The   committee   in   charge   of   "���
entertainment, consisting of Rev. Fa-
from the entertainment.
WHITE S_AV_  ail:.. IS
SOON TD  _ECOME LAW
Washington,  D. C. March lfi���An
agreement was reached today by the
conference  en what is known as tlie
White Slave bill, and will become a
_^_^    .        ���   , ..      law as soon as it  is  signer by the
the  exception ol   the  executive .        i(ienl     Thp   chlpI    0D]ec,   la   to
committee, returned by acclamation, I preveiit ^ 'importation of women tor
but there was    a good run tor    the   lmmova, pul.poses.
seats on the board.
Most of the oflcers are the same
as they were last year, but \V. G. McQuarrie  comes in  with    two offices.
Rev. J. S. Henderson remarked that
it wmiid be well to have a lawyer on
the executive and most of thos? present were of the same opinion.
No Easterners Wanted.
The meeting was very enthusiastic | r~
and optimistic.    All the speakers de- ; for the  Minto cup games with  Mon
Inland   Revenue   Growing.
Ottawa, March lfi.���The inland revenue  of  the   Dominion  for  February
was    $1,195,877,    as    compared    with
$1,086,302 for the same month a year
| ago.
FORTY LIVES LOST WHEN
PORTUGESE BARK SINKS
New  Apoointment tor  Strathcona.
London. March lfi. ��� Lo ��� l Strathcona has been appointe' 8 mem " r
of the advisory committee o co:
mercial intelligence of whicl Bydno"
Buxton, president of the bond ot
trade, is president.
Eodies   of   Twenty-Nine   Victims   Are
i
Washed Ashore���Twenty-Three
Escaped Watery Grave.
treal
Biscuits Not Sore, But 	
Ne.s   Nelson    suggest! ,1    that
claimed against the idea of bringing
any players from the east. "Far better to p:ay and lose with the boys we
have at home, than import a lot of
strangers and win," sai.i Rev. J. S.
Henderson.
More   Power  for   Referees.
The   referee  qui Btion   was   productive of considerable oratory, and the
trend of it all was that the referee
should be given more power and more i _'""""*���   ��������  ----   ��� --���- -
backing.      J.   A.   Agar  said  that   he'longed to the Intermediates, as they
thought tlie whole future of the game   had  kept in  training  fo "a"los
���v,nf  ���nra  tn have been
Lisbon, March lfi.���A Portuguese
btiiK ioi.ded with emigrants for America was lost in a storm off Pico island,
in the Azores, today. Forty lives
were lost.
The Portuguese governor of the
Azores cabled from Harta, Island of
^     the :	
medals which bad been offered for jFi.yul, that twenty-three passengers
the intermediates at the time of the and the crew were saved. The bodies
exhibition   in   1909   and   which   had   of   twenty-eight   victims   have   been
1 never  been granted  should be  given '; washed ashore.   The governor reports
for competition among the juniors by
Way   of   encouragement.     Kev.   J.   S.
Henderson opposed  the  idea  ou  the
| grounds   that  the   medals   really
be-
the   games
The   case   of   Short   Row   vs.   Sum
Wuiu Ko, involving a claim for wages
amounting to $3<i, was dismissed yes- |
terday by Judge lloway.    Short Row j
BWOfe  that   he  was  hired   by  Chung   ,
v. , , 1,1    ,   i���   be in great demand
Nye, who  was  made a  defendant  in ��
the suit, for the sum of $r>o per month
that the bark was an old hu.k. and
j was inadequately manned. When the
| survivors reached land they were ter-
| ror stricken, and many of them sought
refuge in the hills.
NAME ROYAL COMMISSION
TO INVESTIGATE BIG DEAL
:lts  Bought   for  $2   in   West   Were
Worth $15 Government  Bounty
in   Ontario���Crooks   Caught.
Km i
the
i im i s, Out., March lfi.���One
blggesl   conspiracies   to  dermal the governmenl  that has been
Inearthed   tor   some   time  developed
iy, when Detective Greer, of To-
Ionto ..ni Provincial Constable Camp.
"h brought into town nine Indians
torn the reserve at Barwlck and two
*'l|i'c men, M. T. Cathcart. of Bar-
��l('k- and George Westcott, of Rainy
fvivei arrested for illegally selling
Ihe gov
_-.-rnnient wolf skins which had
����1 bought in Alberta and Saskatchewan.   They bought the skins for $- ,     ���
9(,h and soul them for the bounty of   making  strenuous
Short said he had a man who heard
Hung tell his bookkeeper about the
bonus. The man was called, but denied hearing the bookkeeper say anything aboul the bonus, and Short's
chances subsided. The defence put ,
ln no evidence, and Judge lloway dismissed the case. 11. L. Edmonds appeared for the plaintiff and .1. R.
Grant for tho defence. The litigants
were Chinamen.
'TRIAL  BY JURY" TO
BE  PRESENTED AFTER EASTER
pagne anu buouc *,.,, *-       ,	
worn, while  cherry   red  promises  t��'could  be suppressed, and  Rev.  J.  a. i���� ������	
among the young-| Henderson   followed   this   bv   saying !ow' t0 the intermediates, the R. _���
"that   he did  not  believe  in two  andi& I- society wouid never receive as-
Pive mln- sistance from that team again.
The Financial Standing.
Treasurer Ryall read a very brief
financial report, showing that the receipts for the year had been $18,-
878.!io and the expendituies $18,241.08,
leaving a balance in the bank of
$_37.8U.     For   the    two    Minto   cup
Residence   Rule   Objected   To
None of the amendments to the con-
li:.
each.
"Tli" ease is likely to be of much in-
erMt,  us there  are   muny   unlooked
E situations liable to arise out of
be evidence which will be forthcom-
Dft.
er indies. nrnhablv be sold 'three   minutes  penalties
, '     _    i *-,, at !    M0,'�� WhT , Tha      this   utes was the least that should be Im-
��0?r^
wll,e��� was the bone of contention._ l^J^^^^ ^ | -^   ^^   ^   ^m[   wlth
relieved  with  a  light  buckle, is  WW
to be much in evidence. Another turban, named for the famous North ��0.e
discoverer, and the Lauder iuiuan.
are two styles that are as UP to "��'
minute as the names indicate
Ldmond Rostand's now world iam
ous barnyard play, Chanticleer, has
reached the pinnacle of fame, a decidedly attractive hat designed Of
course, in la Ville Lumlere, has been
stvled Chanticleer. These come in
two distinct  styles,  trlcorns  and  bl-
.  corns.    Flowers are used with p.eas-
ThP St   Barnabas Dramatic cub is   [w effect lu the trimming.
Jktag  St eS>U8    efforts    to    have      Motor   hats,   always    popular   u
bel- _la_  "Trial by Jury," ready for   weu in evidence.   One of these, with
S__S-1 * mo_���*��-�� ;.!',?*8 ."__Vr"'aSJ.S
Alberta Insurgents Force Government
to Accede to Their Demands in
Great   Waterways   Affair.
Edmonton, March 16��� By a unani-
 mous vote at  ten o'clock tonight the
,1m remark that footbal. was getting   ?637.83.     For   the   two   �������   ""Jj; I legislature    agreed    to    appoint    a
to be far wrrse in that respect than   games with  Regina uie cum     u* commission,  consisting of Jus-
lacrosse had Mor been. |8678.90. the one on May -^'��   ,^,s Ham.y, Beck and Scott, ol the
'in  14807, the large st sum   hat wa ^ lnvestigiUe thq en-
taken   at   a   single   game   Ml*. |     i Waterways deal.
'ever   taken  at   a   sm^ie   b��*��"��   	
None of the amendments to the con- raoeipts for the two games with
stitutlon suggested by the Vancouver Tecumse_S   were    |8464.56,    or
Lacrosse club  were discussed at all. .        tlum    t,,e    Regina
except the ten-day residence rule, and
axcoyi me leu-uaj nu���  *i   ,  'games
all the speakers were opposed to tnat.   ��� president's  report,  showing  a
They said that New Westminster had I successful '     '"""    *��
been  forced into professionalism but
in   1900,   is
���for
STRIKERS  GIVE   UP.
Twenty-five   Hundred   Thread   Operatives Return to Work.
Pawtuckett, ll. I., March 16.���The
!he thread mills of J. P. Coates, Lim-
,'"'1. Of Glasgow, Scotland, located at
"Wtucket and Central Falls, which
*��* shut down five weeks ago be-
cause of a Btrlke of boys, will re-open
",lll'>'  morning.    At a meeting to-
I' iy ,l1" strikers, by a vote of 221 to
j.4' agreed    to return,    although the
lr"l has made no concessions.
'wonty.flve     hundred     operatives
"��e been out of work since the mills
Easter. Under the musical direction
of J. W. Mackness and the management of Bernard Hill, the players are
preparing to put on a comic opera
which should be the best thing seen
here this year. The plot of "Trial
by Jury," with the fair plaintiff and
tho susceptible Jury Is well known,
but lt Is one of the piays that one
never tires of seeing.
Miss Vera Corbould will be the
plaintiff and J. W. Mackness" the defendant. Bernard Hill will occupy_the
Judge's chair and Nigel O'Brian will
present the case of his fair client.
Rev. C. W. Houghton will be the
usher.
Tom Browne Is Dead.
London. March 16.���Tom    Browne,
the painter and black nnd white ar
that the players were reaby amateurs.
They were not like the Vancouver
men   who  did   not   do   anything  but
nlnv       InrrnHRP W.      G.       McQuarrie    ilB   jjmaiu"-.   �����   v..~    ���-      _  .,
thought   "at   Vancouver   should   be ^acrosse club, champions otthe world,
_________________ ���  ���   j_   g0   W|n,   u
The vote was recorded after one of
the most strenuous fights in the history of the province and was only
readied after the government had ac-
ceeded to all of the insurgents demands.
ue\ eu   uj    ..   ���..-.....
much attention during the day. There
are also a number of motor hats without veils, these coming ln a variety
of shapes and shades, the most striking of these being the Napoleon.
A nove.ty in trimming style Is to
be seen in a large black hat with
white facing and cherry red velvet
lining, having a bunch of cherries
attached on tho side.
Trimmings this season run to small
clusters, roses being favored, more es.
peclally rosebuds. The bows and rib-
bows are somewhat larger than in
previous years and the tendency is
to use less material In the trimming.
Mrs. Moore's"openlng will be in
progress today.
the painter and black and wnitp ar- . Pnrls. March 16.���Maurice Hntln,
fist, died todav. He was born at Not- the former president of the New Pan-
tingham ln 1872. ama Canal company, died today.
season ^^^^^^^^
given in full bemw.
President's Report.
Gentlemen:   ln   making   my   report
as president of the New Westminster
m ���      :__��_%��?ii\m tVenT. Tears," died this morning,
satisfied that New  Westminster con-, I   do   so   with   a  ceita n   an ou i* ��� 89 yearB.
sented to play In her class. .       I pride and certainly With a great ow | 	
These  matters  were  all
Old  Postmaster  Dies.
Fort Erie, March 16.���William Baldwin, postmaster at Fort Brie for the
,��!n
left  over lot pleasure.    Last year  was a  very   ^^^^������������������������������#
for the executive to deal with.
The  Grand   Stand.
The   grand   stand   question,   which
was introduced by H. Ryall, was referred  to  a committee  consisting  of
F. J. Lynch, H. Rynll nnd Rev. J. B.
Henderson,  who  will  look    into    It.
Mayor Lee was there and the meeting tried to entrap him into promising
something definite about the desired
stand, but His Worship, although he
spoke on  the question  for Ave minutes, was not communleatl'-e on the
point  at issue.    He  said  that  other
clubs  nnd societies  and  the  city  at
large  had  to  be considered   in   nny
proposition   which   touched   Queen's
park,   nnd   he   covi'd   make   no   rash
promises.
The meeting upheld  the nrtion  in
ithe course adopted ln fixing the dates
strenuous time for our club. The boys
went into training early In tlie spring
and almost as soon as the schedule
season   was  open   were  called   upon
to  defend  the   Minto  cup  against   a
team   hired   by   Regfna.    You   know
the  result.    Following  these  games, i
a month later, namely, June 24 and |
28, the Tecumsehs, of Toronto, champions of the N. L. U.i mad? ft determined effort to lift the world's championship trophy and the class of lacrosse played ln these two games was
not oniy a credit to both teams participating, but was the greatest boon
to the game, from the standpoint of
"clean lacrosse," that lt has been our
pleasure  to  witness  in  many  years,
and  I am Indeed very proud of the
(Continued on Page Eight j.
OLDFIELD   BREAKS
ALL SPEED RECORDS
Dayton, Fla.. March 16.���
Barney Oldfleid, _r.ving
against time from a flying
start in a 200 horsepower
Benz auto of special design,
covered the fastest mile this
afternoon ever travelled by a
human being. His time was
27 33-100 seconds.
Nothing projected Into space
by man, save a bullet, has ever
travelled 5280 feet at eqnal
speed.
Oldfleld's average today was
132.72 mites an hour.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 191
Classified Advertisements |MiiSiCan_/DriimallNcwAdvClitisCITIcntS
WANTED.
WANTKD ��� A GIKL TO DO GEN-
eral housework. Apply to Mrs. T.
.1. Armstrong, 89 Sixth stret.
WANTED���TO RENT ONE OR TWO
pleasant furnished rooms or small
luriu.-i.eii house by married couple.
Address A. 1!.. this office.
"A   STUBBORN   CINDERELLA."
WANTED ��� ENGLISH SPEAKING
Japanese to do light housework;
smail family. Apply at 605 Agnes
street, city.
WANTED     TO     RENT ���DOUBLE
room, suitable for two gentlemen
or two single room centrally located, Columbia street preferred.
Address Box E. K.,  News office.
WANTED���A HENCHMAN. WALSH
Sash ��fc Door factory.
WANTED AT ONCE��� 1 WO UOUD
carpenters. Apply 410 St. George
street.
WANTED���KITCHEN MAID. Ai'l'l.Y
Mrs.  Dr. Jones,  Royal avenue.
WANTED���TENDERS TO CLEAR
und grade 2 66-foot lots. Apply 119
St. Patrick Btreet.	
WANTED���COMPETENT GIRL EOR
downstairs work, must, have knowledge of plain cooking. Apply Mrs.
Dr. Jones, 48  Royal avenue.
WANTED���TO GO TO ENGLAND
as companion to lady; children no
objection. Any time before May.
Aihin ss  T.  G.,  Daily  News.
WANTED���A SINGLE MAN FOR
learning and general ranch work.
Apply A. T. Ceper.ey, corner Pole
line and Hastings road, Burnaby
lake.  ,	
WANTED���SITUATION, BY GOOD
Japanese cook, speaks English well.
Wages $25 and up. Nukina, Japanese Mission of Sapperton, B. C
Plione 2G1.
FOUND.
FOUND���IN OPERA HOUSE, WED-
nesday night, lady's black kid
gloves. Owner may have same by
calling at The News office.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO RENT ���LARGE FRONT BED-
room suitable for gentleman. Apply (109 Victoria street, near Daily
News office.
FOR   RENT.
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
6 months if tennent suits.
TO RENT���ROOM SUITABLE FOR
gentleman. Apply 205 Carnarvon
street.
Theatregoers of this city, especially
lovers of musical comedy, have a
genuine treat in store tonight, the
occasion of a visit at the opera house
of Mort 11. Singer's quality musical
play, "A Stubborn Cinderella," the
latest of the Princess Theatre. Chicago, successes of Messrs. Hough,
Adams and Howard, wiio are also
authors of "The Goddess of Liberty,"
"The Golden Girl," "Honeymoon
'Trial,'  "The Time, the Place and the
Girl, l'he  Prince of Tonight," etc.
Mr. Singer announces the re-engagement of Mr. Homer B. Mason as
"Mae," a selection that will meet the
approval of all who have witnessed
his admirable performances. 'There
is a magnetism and an intelligence
about M. Mason's work which is very
hard to resist. His sincerity in the
serious moments developed through
his love affair with Cinderella is unquestioned. But on the other _an_,
his comedy is equally earnest and
equally capable.
'l'he authors have given Mr. Mason
the part, of an Irresponsible college
youth, who feels bound to terminate a
flirtation with the heroine, a Scotch
young lady of title, who has had little or no experience in the ways of
the world; so lie toils her the story
of Cindereha, and the Fairy Prince
who disappears al the stroLe of
twelve, leaving her with only the
memory of her happy dream. 'The
seine ai which this takes place is by
an open fire in the midst of a big
desert of the far Southwest, and with
its realistic settings and its open tire
together with Mr. Mason's boyish earnestness, his costume of khee breeches,
long curls and brocaded suit, and the
ballet of Watteau shepherdesses, form
a combination which is not only unusual, bul far above anything else
heretofore seen in musical comedy.
The company supporting Mr. Mason
is a very large one, and the local
management guarantee that the production as seen in the original run
of the piece at the Princess theatre,
Chicago, will be duplicated here in
its entirety.
WILSON, COOK <_ CO.
Office in Northern Crown Bank.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
FINE   Fifth   street     lot,   cleared,  $50
cash, $15 a month.
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.
MUST be sold at once, two lots on
Sixth avenue, Burnaby; $25 cash,
$10  a moutli.
$30 per acre will buy 160 acres of
good lamd; partly covered with
heavy cedar. Langley. One-fourth
cash; balance over three years.
Mine   acres   near   junction   of   Clarke
$20  DOWN    and  $10 a    month  buys       ��� ^  p-- pef am,
two large   lots   on Third   avenue, |  ���
Burnaiiy.
CORNER of Second street and Second avenue, $10 cash, balance $20
per month.
$40 per acre buys 160 acres of good
farming land in  Surrey;   one  mile |
from tram line.   This is suitahle to
subdivide.
$80 will secure a lot 41x217 near city
car line iia Burnabj. Price only
$200.
$225 each buys four large lots two
blocks from city car line in Burnaby; near Tenth avenue, city. One-
quarter cash; balance to arrange.
-'$350 per acre for nine acres off the
North road on the Clarke road In
Coquitlam; one-fourth cash; easy
terms on balance.
Four lots in Sapperton; $200 each;
cash.
Will exchange a complete equipped
five-acre ranch near Sapperton for
house and lot in New Westminster
of equal value.
$850 buys 3 large lots In Burnaby; all
facing city car line; also a corner;
mic-half cash.
Three  lots, all facing Sixth stret car
line; a corner; $-S5 each; hall cash.
SNAP in Langley, 160 acres of good
tanning land, $27.50 per acre.
SNAP in Surrey on Yale road. 160
acres,   $47.5(1   per   acre.
SHINGLE MILL, fully equipped, and
in running order. Free grant of
soli) acres of timber land containing 30 million feel of timber, 19
million feet of good cedar and 11
million of good fir. $12000 will handle it. This is a splendid buy. Full
I    particulars on application to us.
Ready
foney
A   GOOD     FRIEND     ALWAYS
If you deposit your money for
safety in The Hank of Toronto
it will be safe while you leave
it, and ready when you need it,
and it will be
AUTheTime
earning for you three per cent,
interest. Small or large sums
may be deposited at any time.
For Tasty and (Jori.tt .
JOB PRINTING
Lead
ers.
^eare
Jack.son Pi
son rnn ijrg
Company
THOMSON   BLOCK,   Markft
SQUARE,  PHONE 388
\~S~Biau.-:j^m
80   BRANCHES
in    Ontario,   Quebec   and    the
West.
YOUNGSTERS   TERRORIZE
CITIZENS   OF   SPOKANE
TO     LET���COMFORTABLE     ROOM
for  CUe  or  tWO   .allies,  close  to  ear.
615 Hamilton Btreet, city.
TO    LET ��� FURNISHED    ROOMS.
West end. Apply D. X., Daily News
office.
FOR RENT���SUITE OF ROOMS
suitable for light housekeeping. Ap-
ply Alex. Speck, at his store, Front
street.
Spokane, March 1G-- The mystery
of Black Hand letters which have terrorized   Spokane's    wealthy    ciTT_ens
ifor many months, en_ed Saturday ar-
ternoon when Rudolph Kline's horse
1 broke his leg by breaking through
the roof of a shallow cave at Lenway
avenue und Martha street, in the
northwestern part of the city. Passers.
by investigated, and found in the
cave seven snvid boys, plotting Black
Hand operations. Their cave was
fitted up with wooden daggers, air-
guns, one pistol, old and rusted and
without hammers, aud a quantity of
red ink and white paper, and some
Black Hand letters already written.
Eddie Bloom, aged 14, son of a carpenter, is leader of the band, aided
by Joe l'arata. an 11-year-old Italian
boy, who dictated the letters.
The boys have made a confession,
ami admitted that they hav.. mailed
more than a score of Black Hand letters���"just for fun," and without expecting the money they demanded.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE ��� OWNER HAS TO
leave the city; 10-rooni modern
house with big lot; for sale at a
snap.    Apply P. O. Box 249.
BRENING & CO.
General  Brokers.
Room 6, Merchants Bank  Bldg.
Phone  686
FIVE ACRES on Eburne car l.ine,
five minutes rrom N'ew Westminster.    Under market  price.
ONE   ACRE   North     Vancouver;   best
location; Main street, $1600.
1   ; ,,      ; a
ih.
THREE   LOTS     Central   Park;     $850
each.
WANTED���Two   Lots  In   Block  4,  D.
L.  28,  Burnaby.
Westminster
Transfer Co,
i__c_ 'Phone 116.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street
Passage   delivered   promptly   to
any part ot the city
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TWAM  DEPOT
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 514.400.000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfound.and, and in Loudon, Kng
laud, New York, Chicago and Spokane
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of th��
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
unnum (present rate).
TobV  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
WEU' WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
$2,000 CASH handles 10 acres of land
all cleared with over $2,000 worth
of improvements. Inning 270 feel of
waterfrontage; situated on main
channel of the Fraser river, close
to Great Northern  railway.
One acre on Clarke road near Burnaby; price $575; $50 cash; balance
$10 per month.
75 Acres in Langley on Great Northern;  $60 per acre.
$125 secures a large lot, 72 x 120, one
block from city car line and on
Hastings road; balance 6, 12 and
18 months.    Price $400.
Factory site, main channel of l-raser
river, near New Westminster, having 475 feet of waterfrontage. See
us for price and terms.
$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.
Nine chains of waterfrontage on
North Arm of Fraser. Block contains 45 acres. Price $300 per acre;
$3000 cash; balance over live years.
Has house and barn and part under
cultivation.
50   chains  water  frontage   containing
only 11 1-2 acres; all cleared.  This
property is in the city limits; Lum
i    Island.   Good price and terms.
$1800 will buy 2 1-2 acres, including
house and barn; running spring on
property located on Pitt river road;
west of Fraser River mills, on car
line survey to mills; one-half cash.
$350 an acre will buy three acres of
good garden land suitable for chicken ranch; on corner of two main
roads;   Lulu Island.
A fine five-acre ranch fully equipped
at a sacrifice; near Sapperton and
New Westminster. Too many good
things about this to print. Call for
full  particulars.
Home   on   Royal   avenue;   fully   modern G rooms; $1500 cash and terms.
House   and   barn   on   Fourth   street;
$1000 cash; balance easy.
Barn to rent on Royal avenue; $8.00
per month.
We  have  a  buyer, for a  small   piece
of acreage in Burnaby.
WILSON,   COOK   &   CO.
Office in Northern Crown Bank.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit,
We Give Careful Attention
$350 an acre buys 5 acres on Clarke I to accounts of corporations, linns and
road near  Burnaby. ' individuals,  and  shall  be  please,!  to
 meet  or  correspond  with   those  who
$700 buys  1   1-16  acres on  tram  line | contemplate making changes or open
in  South   Westminster:
cash.
only   $300
Five acres near tram line and Sapper-
Ing new accounts.
If you  haven't  a  Savings  Account
NOW is the best time to start one
ton;  3 acres under cultivation;  100 j TjL
te-third   |||(>
fruit  trees;   price  $2200;   on
cash.
Royal Bank of Canada
(incorporated 1N69)
$375  per acre  will   buy two four-acre   Capital   Paid-Up    $ 5.000.000
blocks  at  junction  of     North    and    Reserve        5,700,000
Clarke roads;  one-fourth cash;  bai-'Total  Assets      70,000,000
anee easy.    This is almost in Bum-      New  Westminster,  B.  C.   Branch,
ahy and we well sell either block.    ��� F. RM_-F    Manager.
CAPITAL    $4,000,000
REST    4.750,000
BankofToronto
NEW   WESTMINSTER,    B.    C.
BRANCH
J, Gracey, Mgr.
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Now!
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K_B_SZ__iiKte
THE MEALS AT THE
Lytton Hote
are prepared by expert white
cooks in the cleanest and most
sanitary   kitchen   in   the   city.
21-MEAL   TICKET   $4.50
GENERAL  AGENTS
Gasoline Lighting
Red Cross Sanitary
Closet
.      ___              Hall  and  Lavery  Block
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make    yrr   WW   O    P(\
Your  Chickens   Lay.     i I Lt   JVLL   &   IU
Central Meat Market
BOWELL _ ODDY
flwnsr El*_t_ Bt ana   rift_ Arentt j
PHONE 17a
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
i Windsor Hotel Block
P. O. Box*
Curtain Stretchers!
A necessity at House-
cleaning Time
For Sale at
KIRK'S HARDWARE, NewWe.tmin.t��,B.C
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
JB HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St
NEW   WESTMINSTER    LAND    DIS
TRICT.
For Cheap, Quick Sale
Two adjoining lots at Kennedy Station on tram line In Delta, containing
9'/2 acres. Well situated, fine view
and good soil; alder bottom. Would
make a beautiful suburban residence
site.
For price and particulars apply by mail to
P. O. BOX 691,
New Westminster, B. C.
District   of   New   Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that the Pitt River
Lumber Company, Limited, a body
corporate having its head ofiice al the
City of New Westmister, intends to
apply for permission to lease the following described lands: ���
Commencing at a post planted on
the westerly shore of Pitt river at
its intersection with the northerly
side of the Canadian Pacific Railway
Company's right-of-way, thence following the westerly shore of Pitt river ln a northeastly direction, seven
thousand eight hundred (7,800) feet
more or less to a witness post planted on said shore to locate the most
northerly corner of the Pitt River
Lumber Company, Limited, Booming
Site; thence at right angles to said
shore a distance of about three hundred and fifty feet (350) feet to the
said northerly corner of Booming
Site, said point being two hundred
(200) feet from low water mark of
.aid shore; thence southwesterly and
two hundred (200) feet from said low
water mark seven thousand eight
hunftre- and thirty (7830) feet, more
or less, to the southwesterly corner
of said Booming Site; thence northwesterly to point of commencement,
and containing sixty (B0) acres, more
or iess.
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   REGISTRY ACT.
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ecidedly The Best Buy Inl
BURNABY
7 Acres fronting on Vancouver to Westminster Tram line, between Wise Road and
the Junction, goodG-roomed house and barn,
small orchard. A splendid sui division proposition.   Price $10,500 on easy terms.
We have the exclusive sale.
mnwHi
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 fi\ed ln this otlice.
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication
hereof in a daily newspaper published
in the City of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless ln the meantime valid objection
be made to me In 'v.itinp.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar ot Titles.
Land  Registry Oifice, 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
657 Columbia St.
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$25.00 Cask
will secure one
of these LOTS
Balance Spread Over
18 Montlis
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 are sure to follow.   Those
who have inspected this property declare it to be the most
ideal residential site to be found any where, 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. & Kennedy
Limited
Real Estate, Insurance and Timber
Phone 335 NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
Streets.
A.  Paige Managing   Director
The Daily Newste'Z0^��� te"" ��'
Published by Tne Dally .News Publish, i lt is high time the people of New
<t.x Company, Limited, at their offices, Westminster spoke their minds plain-
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria  [j respecting the mean, shuffling, nnd
indifferent policy of tli" Governmenl
towards this city. This matter of the
j Great Northern depot is of sufficient
urgency and importance to warrant
jthe calling of a towns meeting to consider it. An opportunity would thus
he given for the bast, of our citizens
to gel together and express their
sense of this latest holdup on the
pan of the Governmenl and demand
arrangements for the continuation
and completion of the work.
THURSDAY,  MARCH   17,  1910.
SNUBBING THIS CITY.
The letter printed in the News
yesterday, anent the new Great Northern depot, is in some measure an
index to Ihe general feeling thai has
been aroused in this city witli respect
to the action of the Provincial Gov- :There are |rishmen in Eng|and
eminent  engineer  in    stopping    the |And Irishmen in Spain
, ,,        , ,     , , :With   half a  dozen  in Japan
work, and thus delaying the carrying i
St. Patrick's Day
out of this very  necessary  lmprovt
ment   for an  Indefinite  period.
And five or six in  Maine
There's a bunch in Philadelphia
Some  more  in   Montreal
iAnd half a score in Singapore
New   Westminster   has   been   sti lv- I And fourteen  in  Bengal.
Ing  for  years   past   to  gel   the  Great   |n France, in Madagascar,
Northern Railway company to replace   In Chili, In Peru,
the  ancient and  discreditable  shack i'" every standing army,
,    . . , .   . -.In every steamship crew
thai  has for so long none duty as Its   Therc.s g fa|thfu|'son of Er|tl)
depot,   by   a  decern   brick   and   stone Maybe airty, maybe clean
building that should serve both as a But all the same an Irish-nan. a wer.r
convenient   shelter   Tor     passengers, er ��' the green.
with   proper  quarters  for   the    com- And where you find an Irishman,
.    ,, There s sure to be a fray
panys  officials, and  as  some   Indlca- Qn   the   seventeenth   of   ,reland
tion   to   the   ordinary   traveller   thai Patrick's   Day.
New Westminster is a city of some
St
importance and not a, mere wayside
settlement. The existing hut has always been a disgrace, and, as the
letter of "Storekepeer" shows, very
detrimental to the Royal City. This
miserable depot and its surroundings
most certainly do serve to discount
our city's good name and, as we have
There are  Irishmen  in Scotland
And Irishmen in Cork
And one or two in Saskatoon
And millions in New York,
In   Edmonton,  in  Calgary,  in  Mission
and in Wales.
In packing plants, in drygoods stores,
asylums or  in jails,
On  sea, on  land, in  mines,  in air,  in
Skagway or in Nome,
MILLINERY
<��==�� FOR THE FEET
Ladies I is it reasonable to invest $20.00
in a hat and wear cheap, ordinary shoes?
The best gowned  woman  in our town  is
fastidious about her footwear.
Her shoes harmonize with her
gown and headgear. Otherwise she would not be correctly gowned. You know this lady.
Do you know why she insists on
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RELINDO
SHOES?
Here are a few ot* the reason:;: Tlie Relindo .Shoe is tailor made
for particular women. It's an apt expression of the latest
style���built to fit on a "Last" moulded from the human foot.
Relindo Shoes need no breaking in. 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 clo not know what shoe
comfort  and  style means  until you  wear  Relindo Shoes.
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heard   it   said   many   times,  suggests ,You'll always find an Irishman, who's
the feeling in the mind of a newcom- ! more or 'P5-5 at nome-
... , iThere  were   Irishmen  with   Peary,  an
er   which   our   correspondent   voices |rishman  was Cook
thus:   "If New Westminster is all on JAnd one is high adviser to the Rajah
this scale of magnificence there is
not much of a chance for a business
man."
When therefore the Great Northern
commence- work upon the new station a few weeks ago everybody feit
of Gazook,
And   wherever   there's   an   Irishman,
thare be the deuce to pay
On   the   Seventeenth   of   Ireland,  St.
Patrick's Day.
There are   Irishmen  in heaven
,   , .__^___m^^���^������^������^������m^ .Who grieve and mourn today
glad the long wished for improvement   Fop tha��y fjnd  nQ four.|eaved dover
had  been taken  in  hand, and  looked .where happy angels play.
forward to thc appearance of a hand-   You'll   find   him   here  and   there   and
some and   recommendatory   structure ; everywhere,
The Irishman from County Clare.
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COMPANY, Ltd.
Columbia St.
New Westminster
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oilier odoriferous persons.    The idea
jis not new, but requires passinu on.
G. GOING.
New Westminster. March 16, 1910.
Ladies9 Smart
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Tailored
at the foot of the Leopold Place embankment.   Alas! Our hopes and anticipations  have been  dashed  to  tbe
ground  by thc peremptory  action  of
Engineer   Gamble.     Why    and     for
what   reason   this  official   Issued   i n
Injunction   for   the   stoppag
work it is not  easy  to decide,    li  is
said thai he was surprised to discover the work was bein    carried oui In
such a way as to  threaten  the col-1
lapse of Columbia streel ai this poi
Jl'  there really was such  a  danger of    :
course  his  interference   would   prob-h
ably be Justified.   Bul ii is to be pre- \i
sinned that plans of the work and de-
You'll   know   him   by  the   verdant  tie
he'll wear,
The  Paddy bhoy who knows  no fear.
He's  the   lad   the   lassies   love,   with
his blarney and his fun.
He's    a    happy-lucky    devil    wi'.h    a
happy lucky way
And where there's a bit of green, an
Irishman   is   to   be  seen
On   the   Seventeenth   of   Ireland,   St.
Patrick's   Day.
c
orrespondence
is    prospering!
we require to
Editor   Daily   News,
Sir,���Westminster
But?    The  next thin_           _   ..
keep things moving aiong smoothly
is easier and cheaper communication
with Vancouver. I suggest that we
agitate^ for commuter- tickets for
$3.50 per month, or, say a season tic-
Set, payable in advance for $'M\ per
year. This would pay the B. C. Electric Railway company. The transient
trade would be enormously increased;
families contemplating moving to Vancouver, to be nearer their work, would
stay at home. Others who have gone,
would come back and many would
set lie here and work in Vancouver,
on account of Westminster's beautiful
situation and surroundings und iow
rents and cheaper living. The company could then solve the problem
of tlie smoking nuisance by providing   separate   cars   for  smokers  and
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tails of the arrangements in connec-1, f���e Da^ NeWB iri "��� r. spnn.iide
for the opinions expressed by its cor-
tion theiTwith were submitted to the   respondents.)
government engineer by the company   v>^~- ^~%~^~v~^~v~v^^~>.
previous  to   the   undertaking    being CHEAPER FAKES,
commenced, and that he was aware
of what was to be done, and consequently tbat the work was being carried out by that official's sanction
and approval. Therefore we do not
quite see how he should be taken by
surprise.
As far as we can see and iearn
there was no danger of the street sliding. Moreover it is but reasonable
to suppose that the company would
not undertake the execution of expensive works and the erection of a costly building if there were any risk of
this being swept into the river hy a
landslide. In this connection we are
informed that the company's engineers had adopted all necessary safeguards. The only solution to the
ipiestion which everybody is asking
"Why was the work stopped?" is thai
it was at the whim of an official in
authority.
This affair is but one more instance
of the evident purpose of the government to hamper and hinder the progress of lhe old capital of the province, a policy thai has been pursued
almost continuously since the early
days when Governor Douglas was ihe
centre of authority. Exactly the same
spirit of indifference to thc needs of
this city revealed In connection with
the freeing of the Fraser River bridge
from tolls���but just now accomplished after years of effort���and the proposed laying out of the embankment
near Leopold Place as a garden and
pleasance. Time after time for years
past, attempts have been made to get
the powers that be to carry out this
simple piece of work, the entire cost
of which would be only a few hundred dollars, but the execution of
which would considerably enhance
the beauty and attractiveness of this
city. Yet now, after all this while
the only satisfaction that Engineer
Gamble can afford respecllng this
proposal is that the matter Is under
New Houses Building.
The city building contractors arc
all beginning to get busy now thai the
weather has cleared, orders for homes
are coming in steadily. W. \V. Forrester is building on Sixth avenue,
between Third and Fourth streets:
ICapt. Croll is erecting two homes on
'Third Streel and siv;' avi nue; Mr. I
Swayne has tlie foundation laid for
I three homes on tbe cornei of Ninth
Street and Sixth avenue; John Mc-
Lellan is building on . ish streel; Sam
I?olt. is building a stoi e and i Idi nee
on Fifth avenue, cot n ��� of Eighth
street; Mr. Peacocl i- building on
Seventh avenue, between Thirteenth
and Fourteenth streets.
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_____0_$22.50 and$25
You'll be looking foi  a suit   tor  Easter.      Why  noi   In
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2  lbs.  for       75c
STOVE POLISH
IT STAYS  ON
Only   10c   a  tin   at
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and se.l for the sam<
showing?    Prici | ,,, modestly, broughl   oui   in   such  stylish  fabrics.
and exceedingly rich colorings,   these  Suits arc attractlni
II    deal of attention these days.   Call   and  examine   them;   see
:-  |.i    cellenl  workmanship on ail  these garments.   We are not a.l
I      these   as   Sale   Suits,   but   as   real   good   values   at    a   notnin
��j     Prevailing   shades  of   Blue,  Green.   Grey   and   Brown,     pli
striped, are conspicuous in this   assembly;   $20.00,  $22.50  and *2'-00
TRIALS offte NKEPI-MS
BETTER TttEDOCTOu! _^|_!Fj��^_7vfc__'
DOESNT SEEM TO BE __t__S-LA PAWPAW
DOING ME ANY GOOD
3  lbs. for     $1.00
| Fresh Eggs
Are   Coming   Down
Per   dozen       35c
loyal Standard
a
flour
Now is the time
to Kodak. Full
supplies
Cameras and Photo
Supplies
Cheapest place
in the city for
ti
ress Goods
Of All Descriptions
Endless variety to choose from ln the Piece Goods Section. Every
fashionable weave, every sty.e, and almost every color of thc season
Stripes are greatly to the fore this spring, and what a selection is
shown here, from the line hair stripe, to the wide treble stripe. The
colorings are all that could be desired, beautiful pastel shades
mingling With the deeper Btapie shades, join in making the showing a fertile field of inspiration for the woman In search of suggestions for the spring costume.     Every price  rrom,   per  yard,  50c
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.$2.00
Spectacles 50 cents up ^Sfe#^^
r    l__L_____LHAT'ArXXTOR.K)PlUJ_Anoiul-
[ARE BETTER ] H*N A DOCTOR. [0 PILLS ||, A POX IC_j
D. S. Curtis & Co.;
DRUGGISTS
!     HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS     j
AND SUPPLIES.
Monyon's Paw Paw PUU coax tbe lire,
into actlrlty by gentle methods. Tbey do
not scour, grip* or weukeo<< Tbey are a
tonic to tbe Htomacb, liver and nerrea)
Invigorate Instead of weaken. They enrich tbe blood and enable tbe stomach to
get all tbe nourishment from food tbat la
put Into It. These pills contain no calo*
inel; tbey are aootblng, beating and atlni-
uiittiiiff. For sale by all druggists ln 10c
and 2.10 slues. If you need medlrnl nd-
write Munyon's Doctors.   They will
The People's Grocei
PHONE  193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
An Underskirt
Special, $1.50
A   special   purchose   of   Molrelte  Underskirts,   In   Black,   Navy
Brown and Green.    Full pleated knee deep flotince,'.with small pleat-
ed frll. round bottom.    A limited   quantity     ..$1.50
I
vice.
advlxe to tbe best of tbelr ability absolutely free of Charge. MUNYON'S, Bland Jefferson Bis., Philadelphia. i_
FOR  FIRST  CLASS
JOB PRINTING
OO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
739   FRONT   ST.,   WINDSOR   BLOCK
Proprietress, Mrs. M. Domlny.
Watches...
High Grade Watch Movements at
CHAMBERLIN'S, The Jeweler
Official C. P. R. Time Inspector.
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DAY, MARCH 17, 1910.
THE D\ILV NEWS.
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PAGE FIVE.
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IN THE
TIM
^ young man's fancy
oft times turns to	
hat lie Is Going
To Wear
We solve that problem
for you. With the
arrival of the first
shipment of the New
Spring Clothes we can
suit you with garments
stylish in cut and the
finest make in Canada.
Be certain you get
your money's worth
���you will if you buy
PURE
PAINT
Worth any man's paint
money, beeauie made of
pure materials eo thoroughly mixed that every
drop does what paint
muat do to be good paint
- PROTECT and LAST.
It took 17 years to find
just how to uie one ingredient (peculiar to M-L
Paints) that greatly lengthens the life of the paint
But it was worth the time!
��� because it makes this
paint well worth its price
Made by Imperial VarnUh and
Color Co.. Limited, of Toronto
ANDERSON & LUS3Y
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SPORTS^
I IS TIME TO GET
BUSY WITH BASEBALL
Your Chance
REMARKABLE SCORES ROLLED
AT  BIG  BOWLING CONGRESS
Diamond Dusters Are a Lit-
Slow in Getting Down to
Business.
The Mapl< Leafs arc the first nun
in the field with a baseball team this
year and the other teams ought to
follow their example ana get busy.
There is room in New Westminster
for a good city league with, three or
lour clubs In it. Cotumbla college
is almosi certain to be ou. with a
team bul the otber nines which figured in the games last year are rat ber
disorganised. Sapperton should be
able to put a team in the field and
there are enough young fellows living
'in  the  Dominion Trust block to turn
:out a respectable nine.
Most of the players $6q_ to think
that it would bo Impossible to form
I oTi Inter-clty league with  Vancouver.
,lf some of the besl teams the Vancouver City league, and "say, two teams
|from New Westminster, got together
they could form a nice little league
and the -ames would create a great
deal more interest that they do at
present.
The local men seem to fear that
they would not get enough support
to carry the thing through, but they
can be sure of getting as much backing as the soccer men do. and they
manage to come up fresh and smiling
every year.
25 Cleared 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.
White, Shiles & Co
628 and 746 Columbia .treet, New Westminster, B.C
Main Office Phone R8S
Branch Office Phone L8S
SEE
. J. PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
Detroit, March Hi.���Tom Haley, _f
| Detroit, was the sensation of tbe cios-
_lg nay of t_e tenth annual tournament of the American Bowling Con-
mess tournament, when he rolled the
j remarkable score of "05 in the individual event, winning that event and
| setting a new tournament record. He
| also won the prize for the best toTaT
for nine games with i'.nit, which is
another  new   American,   bowling  co7i-
i gress record.
William    Kicbter,   of   Chicago,   fln-
I ished   second   with   692   and  George
! Quafey was fliird with 689.
Albert  Daiker and  Ed Watterman,
j of Cincinnati, won the $500 prize for
first place in the two-man event in
tbo tenth annual tournament of the
American Bowling Congress, which
ciosed today.
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JUST ARRIVED
SAM LANGFORD AND  FLYNN
TO FIGHT FORTY FIVE ROUNDS
Los Angeles, March 16.���Sam Lang-
ford and Jim Flynn will fight forty-
five rounds in Jeffries' pavillion at
Vernon tomorrow afternoon. Although
at the end of a ten-round boui between the pair some weeks ago Flynn
was given the newspaper decision, he
is on the short-end odds of 2 to 1 and
10 to Ci for tomorrow's event.
Onion Setts
SEEDS Of ALL KINDS
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nlia Street
New Westminster, B.C.
I
ERNIE  SINCLAIR   IS
GIVING  GOLD  MEDALS  AWAY
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YV. F.. Sinclair has promised to give
to tbe best lacrosse player on tlie
New Westminster team  this  year  a
|solid cold medal. He will hand the
medal  over  to  the  executive,  which
;will   appoint   a   committee   to   choose
ithe best player at the end of the
year. II was Mr. Sinclair's flrsl intention to give the medal to tbe player scoring the most goals during the
' season, but Manager Welsh thought
that the players might be Inclined to
play a selfish game instead of passing
I The Lacrosse club passed a vote of
thanks I i Mr, Sinclair last night.
Barred for Season.
Hill, a B. C. E. R. soccer player,
has been suspended for tlie remainder
of the season for insulting Referee
Beer during the recent Thistles- Electric game. A few more suspensions
for like offences would place B. C.
soccer on a  higher plane.
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Archie Adamson Tor Vancouver.
Con Jones has secured a speedy
home lacrosse player in Archie Adamson, formerly a Tecuniseb num. If
Con keeps on signing men like La-
londe, Adamson, Pickering and Griffiths, there will be some lacrosse
games on the coast during the summer of 1910.
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Billy Lauder Challenged.
Calgary, March in.���Billy Lauder,
of this city, lias received a challenge
from Frank Carroll, of Toronto, to
meet him in the near future tor a
$1000 side hot. The date and place
of the bout is to be arranged later.
The Opportunity You Have Waited
For to Supply Your Extra Needs in
URNITURE
$30,000.00
3rth of the Best Quality Furniture Money Can Buy $
and Now at Bi^ Reductions
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625 Columbia  Street
New   Westminster,   B.
C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE. C. A. C.
And    at    336    Hastings   St.,
W.  Vancouver. Phone 3650
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ACT  QUICKLY!
LOT 60x198, STORE, with Dwelling attached
9 rooms, modern.    Cor.   Second  St. and Fourth
1  Ave., $5000, $2000 cash, bai. arranged 6 per cent.   ���
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That Odd Dresser Stand or Mirror is Here Ready     %
For You
We have  the exclusive sale ot this.
Carter & Carver
Begs to announce that she has now
on display her Spring Showing  of
MILLINERY
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Latest Parisian and New York Patterns of Dress and Tailored Hats.
All the Newest Styles in Veilings and
Fancy Trimmings.
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Room 6, Guichon Block
Phone 681
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LEE'S, Limited
Successors   to   Lee's   Furniture   Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET
lho��e73 New Westminster, B.C.  J
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EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
WORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
�� VERYTHING to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
R
Entire Stock
Of Misses and Children's Dresses
to clear at half price
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH
617 Columbia Street.
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BRSONS other than employees accidentally injured about the premises invariably sue for damages.
EGARDLESS 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 I ong after th. occurrence of the
.accident by which he was injured.
EMPLOYERS and business me>\ can ill afford to assume the risk Of
this ever-Increasing and uncertain liability.
CREDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms U
sometimes seriously impaired by such damage suits,
go  to  law   means  loss  of  time, money, endless annoyance and
TK)
worry.
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OUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are insured. i |       '        |    -
NLY Insurance against such risks will enable you to fix and reduce your expenses to a minimum.
NDER the protection of a Liability Policy In the Railway Passen-
; gers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and be
relieved from all such annoyances. ,      , ..
Alfred W. McLeod
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yb�� Can V Do _4 7/ung
Without Real Estate
Did you ever consider how little you
can do without buying or renting real
estate. The aviators have come closest
to 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
a
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.
$2100
Lot
on  Royal
avenue neai
Fourth
street;
all clear
ed, with lane
at back;
teniTs,
1-3
cash
.  balance  6
and    12
months
.
$4000
Two
lots
on
Royal avenue
, 66x132
each;
with
lane
at back; all
cieared;
terms,
1-3
cash,   balance   6
and   12
month
3.
$17,500
One acre on 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 6 and 12 months.
$750
Lot between Queens and Third avenue and Second and Third streets; all
cleared; terms, 1-3 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
$800  Each
Three lots on Twelfth street abov*
Third avenue; terms, 1-3 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 6 and 12 months.
$1300
Corner lot on Ninth and Kennedy
streets; price $1300; terms, 1-3 cash,
balance 6 and 12 months.
$900
Lot all cleared; on Eighth street
below Fourth avenue; fine locution;
termB, 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
$3750
Two lots on Fifth street jnst above
Third avenue; all cleared and fenced;
lane at back. One-half cash, balance
6 and 12 months.
$3000
Two lots on Fourth avenue n('ar
First street; ah cleared; fine view;
terms,    1-4  cash,    balance  6  and  12
months. i      i . i v  i
$1500
Corner lot on St. Patricks street;
an 'cleared and fenced; terms, 1-3 cash
and balance ti and 12 months.
$1000
Lot on St. Patricks Btreet; all
Cleared; facing south; full size with
lane at hack; terms, 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
$1000   Each
Two lots on Fifth avenue all cleared
and fenced; lane at back; full size;
terms. 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
$3000
Fine double corner on First street
facing Queens park; fine view; terms,
1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
$2000
Fine corner lot on Twe.fth street
and Fifth avenue; all cleared; terms
to suit.
$1500
Fine corner lot on Fourth avenue
and Twelfth street; all cleared; terms,
1-3 cash, balance fi and 12 months.
$1000
Lot on Fifth avenue; all cleared;
size, 66x132, with .ane at. back; fine
view; lot faces south; terms, 1-3 cash,
balance 6 and 12 months.
$1500
Lot on Tenth street; all cleared and
a corner; terms, 1-3 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
$1000
Lot on Seventh street below Sixth
avenue; easily cleared; terms, 1-3
cash, balance 6 and 12 months at 7
per cent.
$750
Lot on Fifth street above Sixth ave.
$725
Ixit on Fourth street near g
enue; easily cleared; terms, 1
balance >', and 12 months.
$800
Lot    on    Seventh    avenue   facing
south; close to Sixth street, car .ine
terms,  1-3  cash,  balance    6 and   12
months.
$12,5000
Fine lot on Columbia street; 6i fo ���
frontage by 47 feet deep; terms, $i	
cash;  balance 6 and 12  months at 7
per cent.
$1680
Fine double corner on Seventh avenue; Sixth street car line; terms,
1-3 cash, balance fi and 12 months.
$1300
Two lots on Fourth strut, all
cleared nnd fenced; terms, $550 cash,
balance fi and 12 months.
$1400
Doub.e corner on Fourth Btreet
close to car line; all cleared, term*
1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 mouths.
$650
for   Both
Two
Fourth
Tiack;
and 12
lots  on
street;
only  $65(1
months.
Eighth   avenue neat
all   cleared;   lane ��l
for  both;   terms. 8
$250   Each
Three lots nbove Eighth avenue
facing south; price $2,r>0 each; term?
1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
$630
Lot on Dublin street close to
Twelfth street car line; with lane ai
back; price $630; terms, 1-3 cash, balance fi and 12 months.
******
$700
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Lot on Seventh avenue close to car
line; terms, 1-3 cash, balance 6 and
12 months.
$500 Each
Double corner on Tenth avenue
cose to Twelfth street car line;
terms, 1-3 cash, balance 6 and H
months.
#_
W. J. KERR
614 Columbia Street
U, I.
Jrikt irSDAY, MARCH  17, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
pire Insurance
u
4L .-^'y'.W^m ���_*-
izmimi&msffiSm^^
Life Insurance
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
Accident Insurance
Live Stock Insurance
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Tenders for Machinery, Belting, Shaft-
ing,  Cranes,  Air  Compressors, Etc.
SEALED TENDERS,  addressed to
the undersigned, and marked on the
envelope   'Tender   for   Machines   and
Tools,'   'Tender  for   Leather   He,ting.'
'etc, etc., as the case may be, will be
received at the office of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Hail-
way, at Ottawa,    Ontario,    until    12
1 o'clock noon of the 12th day of April,
191D, for:
il) Machines and tools;
12) Leather belting;
(3)  Shafting,   hangers,   steel   frame
work, etc.;
ill Miscellaneous    equipment,    industrial track and lockers;
(5) Motors;
(6) Furnaces and forges;
IT) Cranes;
(K) Air compressors;
l!0  Grey   iron   foundry   equipment
and brass foundry equipment;
required for the equipment of the locomotive and other shops of the Com-
mlssTdners of the Transcontinental
Railway at Springfield, east of Winnipeg! -TanrToTJa.
Tenders will be received and con-
Bidered for any or all of the Items indicated above and numbered from 1
to 9, both inclusive.
Plans and specifications may be
seen   in   the  office of  the  Chief  En-
c_
���Ka____5__��_.
iff      !
A BASKET FULL ""*!��,
of clean, sweet-smelling
linen is obtained with liaii
the toil and half the time
if Sunlight Soap is used.
Sunlight shortens the
day - work, but lengthens
the life of your clothes.
Follow directions.
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises situate, lying
and being in the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as:���
Lot 7, Biock 1, being a portion of
t Section 20, Block 5,  North Range, 2
West.   Lots 3 and 4, part of a portion
I of fractional section 21, Biock 5 North
Range 2 West.
Brothers
Vou   and   those   claiming   through
I ..t't'll      ill      nil'     UllKJl*    Ul      tllC     V-lllfl      V.li-   i . , ��� ,     .
glneer of the Commissioners at Ot-j.ndcr you . and all persons clalm-
Aawa, Mr. Gordon Grant, and in the J*S an>' *"?i-st In the said
office  of  the  District   Engineers of!land    by    vmuo    ot    an     unregIfl-
the  Commissioners    at  St.
Man.. Mr. S. H. Poulln.
Boniface
'hone 680
P.O. Box 40
*-��#&��_���> r<fe.
leef, Mutton, Veal,
ork and Poultry
Quality thc Best
LAND   ACTS.
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
&co.
|E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE 101.
645  COLUMBIA STREET.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Ole Lee, of Bonton,
occupation  farmer, intends  to  apply
for  permission  to purchase  the  following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
a small bay at N.W. corner of Hudson
island. Applying to purchase the
whoie island containing SO acres,
more or less, and is situated southwest of Mars Island.
OLE LEE,
SHERMAN 11. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Joseph Storms, of
Kelsey, occupation farmer, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
a small bay on west shore of Triangle
island.    Applying  for  the  whoie  island,  containing   40  acres,   more  or
less, situated south of Crib island.
JOSK-I1 STORMS.
SHERMAN  11. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent
Commissioners of Uie Transcontinental Railway for a sum equai to ten
per cent (10 per cent) of the amount
of the tender,
bledown island, containing 20 acres, Any person whose tender is accept-
more or iess. Applying for the whole |ed sha11 within ten days after the ac-
Island. ceptance thereof sign    the    contract,
ALVEN HO LICHEN.       | specifications  and  other    documents
SHERMAN H. FORD,        required to be signed, and in any casi
i tered      instrument,      and    all    persons claiming any interest in the said
t "Land Registry Act," are required to
Persons tendering are notified that   contest the Claim of the tax purcilasor
tenders will not be considered unless wlthln forty-flvc days from the date
made on tho printed forms supplied |of the servlce of this notlce upcm VOu,
by the Commissioners, Which may be j and 1e <jcfauit 0( a caVeat or certifl-
had on application to the Chief En- ;catc 0f u8 pendens being filed within
gineer at Ottawa, or to the District '��� such period, or in default of redemp-
Engineer at St. Boniface, Man. tion before registration, you and each
Eacli tender must be signed and 0f you will be forever estopped and
sealed by all the parties to the ten- debarred from setting up any claim
der, and witnessed, and be accom- ; to or in respect of the said land,
panled by an accepted cheque on a j and I shall register George Troughten
chartered bank of the Dominion of < as owner thereof in fee. And I here-
Canada, payable to the order of the i by order that publication of this no-
March 10, 1910.
Agent.
-.���:..'
'   -*-!TOasiiI_5MB51_B!5iS*_^2_��Sfca'
B.C. Mills
\imber and  Trading
Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
1EBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR
���'NED WORK, FISH  BOXES.    LARGE    STOCK
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
one  12 New Westminster
FINISH,
PLAIN     AND
Box  137
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that John Peterson, or
Vancouver, occupation carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the N.E. coiner of T.L. 25786, on Midsummer island, thence following said
line of T.L. south, west and north to
the shore; tlience following shore
westerly, southerly, easterly, northerly and westerly to point of commencement;    containing    200    acres,
more or less. ^v,
JOHN PETERSON.
SHERMAN 11. FORD
March 10, 1910.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Charles William
Preston, of Madrid, occupation barber, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the west end of Alder island, the
largest island in the Carey group, containing 10 acres, more or iess. Applying for the whole Island, which Is
situated near the west end of Tumour Island.
. CHARLES WILLIAN PRESTON.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1010. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take  notice  that  John  Eikens,  of
Boone, occupation butcher, intends to
apply for permission ot purchase the
following described lands'.
Commencing at a post planted  at
west end of Cedar Island, containing
40 acres, more or less.    Applying for
the  whole  isiand,  which  is  situated
at the west end of Midsummer island.
JOHN EIKENS.
SHERMAN H. FORI).
March 10, 1910. Agent.
of refusal or failure on the part of
the party whose tender is accepted
to complete and execute the contract
with the Commissioners, the said
cheque shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure, and ail contract rights acquired by the acceptance of the tender shall be forfeited.
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are accepted will be
deposited to the credit of the Receiver General of Canada as security
ior"~t_e due and faithful performance
of the contract according to its terms.
The cheques deposited by parties
Whose tenders are rejected will be
returned within ten days after the
signing of tlie contract.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
Bv  order,
P. E. RYAN.
tice 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 9th day of March,
A. D. 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To:���Michael Robert Barry. John
Douglas, Alexander G. Macfarlane.
NEW
WESTMINSTER
SESSMENT.
CITY     AS-
Court of Revision.
Notice is hereby given that the As-
' sessmeut Roll for the year 1910 has
ibeen returned to me, and remains in
! my office where it may be inspected
I by any person having an interest
! therein, until the sitting of the Court
of Revision.
I    The   first  sitting   of  the  Court  of
Revision on the said Assessment Roll
I will  be heid at the City Hall in the
s'aid City on Monday, the 18th day of
April next, at 11 o'clock, in the fore-
, noon.
Any person    intending    to    appeal
���   against the assessment must do so in
Secretary,    The    Commissioners of     ���> ff)    ^-^     ^   thp   clty
Hie Transcontinental Railway u ��f ,       Bpvpn d       before the
Ottawa, March 2. 1910. ; ^  ^^ Q, ^ coun
.. ,        ��� ... , I W. A. DUNCAN.
Newspapers  inserting    this    adver- _..    fj.er_
tisement  without  authority  from  the
Commissioners will not be paid for it-
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
LAND  ACT.
copyright
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 the palate
of an anchorite.
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM  OFFICE.
Form of Notice, District of New Westminster,
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that George Philips, of
Battle   Creek,   occupation   baker,   intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described ���amis:
Commencing at  a post  planted at
the  N.E.   corner  of  T.L.   27243    OO
Swanson island; thence following line
of said T.L.  south,  west, north and
west to shore; thence following shore
southerly,  easterly,    northerly,    and
westerly to point of commencement;
containing 300 acres, more or -ess.
GEORGE PHILIPS.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. A^nt'
Take notice that 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
Agent. I the  southeast corner of Timber  Lot
 13TH41,   about  one  mile   northeast  of
head of BliUnga Bay, thence north
40 chains to or near small lake, thence
east 40 chains, thence Bouth 40
chains, tlience west 40 chains to point
of commencement, containing 160
acres more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS,
Name of Applicant.
Dated at Nelson Island, B. C, December 29. 1909.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register George
Troughten as the owner ln Fee Sim-
p.e, under a Tax Sale Deed from Ed-
! win M. Carncross, collector of the
Municipality of Surrey, to George
Troughten. bearing date the 7th day
of September, A. D. 1908, of all and
City Hall, March 15. 1910.
Estimates Given. Phone 567.
J. NEWSOME ft SONS
PAINTERS,  PAPER-HANGERS  AND
DECORATORS.
_14 Sixth avenue, hetween Second avenue and Third streets.
NEW WESTMINSTER        - B.C.
NOTICE.
Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,  B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL V per bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL. .16.75 per Bb .
TERMINAL *5-25 Per Bbl-
HINDOO FLOUR I4-50 Per ,D
McQuarrie & Cu. """TR ANP ��� MRRCIIANTS
^RONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone Ul.
District of New Westmlster.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   thirty   days
after date date I, William E. Wright,
| of Clayburn, B. C, intend to apply To
ithe Assistant Commissioner of Lan'Ts
Comox Land District. jfor a license to prospect for coal and
District of Coast Range One.        ! petroieum on the following described
Take  notice that Guy Johnson, of l1"}*^    ^     t marked Wm
Xenla, occupation harnessittalW.*\      wrf ^ B0UthwJBt cornpr> 8ct at
tends to apply for D�����B��on to.pur utheaBt cornpr ot D.Btrlct Lot
chase the following descr bed l*ds.   ^ ^ We8tm,nsUl,
Commencing at a post planted  n a ,   , tr,ct the|MJe east mg m���    thpnce
bay on the ����hut* ^ren0Lr&dC north one mile, thence west three
land, the north WttdJJ�� ���*��� """J fourt_a ot a mile, thence south three
group, containing 80 acres, more w tourt_B of a mile, thence west one
less.    Applying for the whole isianq, l^ Qf & thence  Bouth one
which is situated at the west ��mi      j ^^ rf r ^ ^ ^ ^^ Qf com.
mencement.
WILLIAM E. WRIGHT.
New Westminster, B. C, March 8,
We Have Clients
Waiting to invest in
New Westminster
Properties. List
your property with
us.
PVERTKE  IN THE   NEWS
Village island.    ^ JOHN8oN.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Alven Houchen, of
Iowa,  occupation  farmer,  intends  to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
a small bay en the south shore oq
Hazel Island, at the S.E. point ot Har-
THE
GRANVILLE REALTY CO. |
STORAGEii     2109 Granville St.
||   Phone R4949      Vancouver, B.C.
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
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Don'*
Forget
If you need any Dry Paints, J
Turpentine, Colors in Oil, Bor- *
led or Raw Linseed Oils, White 4
Lead,  Paint  Brushes,  we have ���
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them.
M. L.
We are selling
READY  MIXED PAINTS
Anderson & Lusby ���
COLUMBIA STREET.
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NOT
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If you buy your Locks from us.   +
Building     Paper,     Nails     and   .
Flashings sent to your jobs by   a
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by ringing  up
Phone 281
HARDMAN'S i
HARDMAN      BLOCK.
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THINK OF IT NOW
WILL YOU
A   COURSE   IN   MONEY
MAKING
That is practically what this school
gives its students.    Our students are
getting the 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.
For first-class cui flowers and any
kind of Floral work, teieunone Davles'
Greenhouse. R208. ������
The shareholders of the Elk Creek
Waterworks Company, Limited, held
their annual meeting on Monday. The
same board of directors as last year
was elected.
Got any papering and patining to
do?   If so, see I. Hudson, Sixth street.
There will be a spiritual meeting on
Thursday evening at 332 Twelfth
street, between Third and Fourth avenues. Spirit messages will be given
at the close of the meeting.
For window shades, lace curtains,
etc., go to Fales', Agnes street.      **
Fales, the home furnisher. Carpets
galore  at knowndown prices. **
Manager Tidy has announced that
owing to the demand for seats for "A
Stubborn Cinderella" people having
made, reservations must secure their
tickets before 7 p. m. on Thursday.
Otherwise the seats will not be held.
For fresh Carnations, promptly delivered, phone R208, Davies' Greenhouse. **
Why not learn typewriting on your
own machine? A further shipment
of the latest models with 10, 12, 15,
IS and 20 inch (interchangeable)
carriages has been ordered for immediate delivery. Do you want to
come in on the 17 cents per day proposition? Call and talk with Mr. Hoi-
ton E. Sands, 74(5 Columbia street and
ask him to show the last testimonial
from the C. P.  It. Co. **
1 Hon. A. P. McNab, Saskatoon, minister of public works for the province
of Saskatchewan, was a visitor in the
city on Tuesday. He is on a trip
to the coast to recuperate from an
illness from which he has just recovered.
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.     **
The S. A. Young People of Vancouver will giv.e an entertainment in
the S. A. citadel Friday, .March 18. **
The wedding took place in Vancouver yesterday of Miss Isabel Innes,
daughter of Mrs. Innes, of Vancouver,
and Charles R. Mannering. of New
Westminster. After returning from
a honeymoon trip to Victoria Mr. and
Mrs. Mannering will take up their
residence on Second street, this city.
The Westham came Into port yesterday with a cargo of steel pipe.
The steamer Strathblane left yesterday for Sydney, Australia, with a
cargo of two million feet of lumber
from the Fraser river mills.
Get in early with your paint work.
Now is the time to see I. Hudson.
Sixth Street. **
Fales���The leader. 2.000 yards of
matting today at 20c per yard,     ***
Mrs. Moore's millinery opening is
now in full swing. See what she has
in all that is the latest and best in
millinery. **
Mrs. Nakayama, a Japanese woman,
was badly burned yesterday by an
explosion of a gasoline engine 0:1 a
launch at Port Hammond. She was
brought to the Royal Columbia hospital here and is progressing well.
Mrs. H. Ryall has returned from an
extended visit to relatives and friends
in  Toronto.
Lacrosse Boys Will
Have Good Officers
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
To the Housewife the Electri 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 in half the
time. We carry different make s and styles. Call in and let us show
them to you.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
(Continued from Page One.)
fact that our boys came out of such
a series with a glorious victory.
In  the   schedule   games  We   had  a
'more formidable rival In the Vancou-
I ver Lacrosse club of last year than
for many years heretofore, and though
we were successful in winning seven
[out   of   the   ten   games   played,   si ill
some   were   by   very   small   margins.
This  was  particularly so  during   thc
middle of the  season  and just  after
we  had   disposed   of   tlie   Minto-Cup
I chasers from the east.   This was, to
'my mind, tho most critical time with
'our team last year, as they had had
'a hard and strenuous    two    months
: already and the season only half fin-
1 ished.   At this time, you will remem-
! ber, the management made arrangements   to   have   tlie    lacrosse     boys
, rest   up   and   a   couple of   weeks   at
' Boundary bay brought them back to
j such form that they went through the
balance of  the  season    with    flying
[coiors.
During such times as these ihe man-
; agement has many troubles. They
figure and scheme and sometimes lay
awake at nights, but you see the same
old heads, growing grey from tlie
many committee-room battles, back
at it again and looking for more.
There must be a fascination in the
thing, So when they say that they
must step down���well, we take it for
what it is worth.
This club will have some drastic
amendments as well as a soluiion of
the referee question to consider this
year, and they are questions which
you should see will receive the most
serious consideration ot your dele-
dates to the association.
Now, in conclusion, I want to take
this opportunity of extending to the
citizens the thanks of the officers as
well as the players of the New Westminster Lacrosse club for the loyal
support you have given us and to
assure you that your encouragement
is Indeed greatly appreciated. We
sincerely hope that we shall be always
worthy of that support.
FRED J. LYNCH.
President Westminster Lacrosse C-ub
"SILENT PAT" WILL
PLAY WITH   VANCOUVER
Flanagan, the hardest hitter of the
Northwestern league of 1H08, has been
signed on by Bob Brown for tlie Vancouver Beavers. "Silent Pat" hit a
.354 average two seasons ago.
Farmers Want 10,000 Men.
Winnipeg, March Hi.���Ten thousand
men are wanted by the farmers of
western Canada at the present time
and, according to J. B. Bruce Walker,
commissioner of immigration, great
difficulty is being experienced in filling the demand.
English Wain i-kT
Gold Watc_es for Latll, s from $12./5
op.
Sliver Watches,    gents'    open face |
16.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents'  opvn    case,
17.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Elgin
Watches.
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 a Hart & Co, Ltd
Women's
Neckwear
Novelties
FASHIONS FAVORITE
STYLES
We have waited long for this
decayed 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   ..lac to $1.76
Moire Silk and
Velvet
Fashion   report,   fl ;itu,.
Moire trimmings to a large /
gree    You have l)ul t��� pitk ep
a book   of fashions.   m
descriptions  of   popuiar gt
t o note the extended use' of
Moire   silks  and    velvet.   .
trimming purposes.
Moire  Velvet.   ,���  sl,.l(]es
match,  popular  dress    fabric
W >'i"'(l  ..iy.
clt
Moire  Silks  with  bia
most used colors, follow
ly in popularity, pe
r yardtoj
to
ta
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, Flench twill, serges, satin stripe, Venetians and
light weight worsteds, width 11
inches, shown in shades of Wisteria Catawba, taupe, purpie, reseda, myrtle, old rose, grey,
brown, 1 i_111 and dark navy,
cardinal, cream and black, per
yard      90c
Shirt Waist Suitings
25c per yard
Materials With  weight  sufficient  for    tailored  Bty.es    ol   shirt
waists are  more to the  front   than ever before.
The showing before you in our wash goods section contains a
wonderful range of entirely new materials or old fabrics in new 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, white anj
cardinal,  white  and  blue,  etc  27-inehes wide, several  wi .
Corded  Bengalines in plain colors, or striped, two torn \ stripes.
Linen     Colored   Brilliants  imitative   of   Pongee   Buiting!    thai
are absolutely  fast  color.
White Vestings in dozens Of small and large- designs.
Fancy Crepons reminding one most forcibly  of  what  was al ���
time sold as Beersucker;  attractive colors and designs.
Stencilled Curtain
Materials
NEW   DESIGNS
Warm Spring days turn tlie thoughts of housekeepers towards
the house furnishing problem. House cleaning reveaia 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 in a
manner that leaves both sides alike. Patterns represent the old cathedral stained glass windows or natural floral or conventional designs. Colors are harmoniously arranged ln two or three toned com-
binatons of cardinal, green, brown and Blue on white or natural
ground.    Colors are  absolutely  fust,  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. I
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,
lavendar, fawn and their various conblnations. Designs suitable for
window  draperies, comforters, etc, per yard       20c
Corded fteck
Ruching
Small and large silk and poll!
cord Ruching in all the w*
shades of pink, sky, old ����
cream, purple, black c4
white. Also shown with satis
edge in the popular colors
Sold in boxed lengths or by ltie
yard.
Plain and
Embroidered
Linen Collars
20c  to 45c  Each
Tailored waists with 1 irioia
colors���another of fashion's de-
crees. Low or high linen collars with or without embroidered designs, or set with in'
sertion and beading. Sizes 12 _
to 14i_, each    20c to 45c
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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