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WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 8, 1010.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
HOUSE OF LORDS
LmeMinisterSaysAbol-
L 0f Veto Would Bring
Grave Revolution.
arnMD
ACROSS CONTINENT
Gompers Reported to Be Ar;
ranging for Walkouts In!
Four Other Cities.
,. .PROVINCE TO      | ORANGEMEN DRAW OP | CANADIAN ffpOl
SNSPEO DAIRIES
POUM PLAIfORM! TO 0PERAT!Mcnr
���on.  March  7.���Speaking  at  a
It Friday nlgnt, ex-Prime Mlnis-
our dealt   significantly   with
Ksfidn "i" relorm of the Lords,
ban with a telling attack on
Miiiiiii'iit tor burking the bud-
ii,,. dictates of the Nationalists
boasting that the country had
\\ a majority of 124.
[act  was,"  Ualfour said, "the
in ni realized that the country
iialiy pronounced against it.   lt
(possible   to   imagine   a   greater
ii'Tor the Lords, which thought
bvernment'a  proposals  were  so
and far reaching that they ought
submitted to the judgment of
buntry.
laitl the entire blame for the
ii  financial  chaos on  the  gov-
iii   which   is   wilfully   refusing
'all  itse.f  of   the offices of  the
Itlon  to  help  legalize  measures
, collection of taxes.   In justify-
;h,   House of Lords Mr. Balfour
,ded thai  the House never had
b Itself more capable of fulfill-
ie of   the   main  duties  of  \Oe\
d chamber,    lt never had (Jon-
more   men   of   experience   of
and public spirit.   He added:
is not that the House ol Lords
in efficiency, it is that in place
present  condition  of    public
ii it  lacks  strength.    1  do not
; a better second chamber, i w;j.it
���i:    : one, i'lid l know of no bet<
.   from  which that strength
fci obtained that the source from
the House of Commons derives
iwer���-namely,  the  feeling  that
��� is some direct formal connection
eel   ' iblic opinion and the chain-
llfour ��xplalned that  he did not
k   the si cond chamber to be mere-
i  py ol the first   The Unionists
l   ��� I  .mother House of Com-
��� would deprive the second
,. ,,i \,i.ue as an appeal in the
jtltutional machine. They wanted
nam chamber which should not
(Continued on Pago Three).
City Clerk Instructed to Pass Manitoba Followers of King
Milk Inspection On to Vic-; William Seek Suppression
toria-Other Matters. of Licluor Traffic
IS NOT m RIPE
FOR ABOLITION OF LORDS
New York, March 7.���Capitalistic
circles heard the statement, today
that Samuel Gompers, of the American Federation of Labor, tB in Chicago for the purpose of consulting
with labor leaders with a view of cah-
i'ag a strike of carmen ln Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Omaha and San Francisco,
in sympathy with the Philadelphia car
strikers.
The Philadelphia Traction company
is said to be a large holder of securities in the traction companies in those
cities.
Gompers Will Not Talk.
Chicago, March 7.���President Gom-
pems would neither deny nor affirm
the report that his chief mission here
was to consider the questiqlj of calling out the street car men in the four
cities mentionod in a New York despatch today. "It is a mattter I do
not care to discuss," was all the labor leader would say.
Mayor  Not  Alarmed.
Philadelphia, March 7.���"Not more
.than   12,000   persons  have  joined,  in
ithe general sympathetic strike so far
|as I am able to learn," declared Jo-hu
; Reyburn, mayor of Philadlephla, this
I aftei'.ioon.    "So  far  as  fie  city  administration is concei_ed," added the
mayor, "the strike is over."
Unorganized  Labor  Unaffected.
Philadelphia,     March     7.���Philadelphia's great labor walkout to help the
'striking troliey  men began to settle
itself down today to a semblance of
order,   and   big   and   little   nnuiufac- |
turing establishments aid employers j
in  other  lines  of  industrial   activity
are starting to see where they stand
in the labor embroilment.    The host
Information at hand is that the strike
has not affected to any extern unorganized labor,  which  hugely  predom-
i'naes In this city, and the large industrial establishments are not seri-
jously disturbed.
1 Business   Is   Handicapped.
Business generally, however, is seriously interfered with by the abnormal conditions, and there appears to
be no relief in sight. It is still impossible accurately to guage the extent
of thc walkout, few persons in a po-
No matters of great import occupied the attention of tho city fathers
at last night's session of the city council. The Herman _ Burwell controversy was advanced another stage
when the council decided on the report of the special committee appoint-
ted to investigate, to otter to the engineers $3,500 In full payment for their
services to date. The amount asked
by them Is in the neighborhood of
$8,000. Alderman Johnston said that
the suggestion was made on the advice of the city solicitor, and the offer
of compromise was made without prejudice.
Condition of Dairies.
As  a  result   of  the  report  of  the
medical health officer, which was presented last week, the city clerk will
write  to  the  authorities  in  Victoria
asking them to take action re the un-
! sanitary state of some of the dairies
' which have their farms out of town
jbut which sell milk In the city.
Superintendent  of Works   Furness
j was given permission to oversee the
! work of clearing the Sapperton school
I site   en   the   understanding   that   the
! city and was not to be he.d  responsible for any extra expense incurred.
The  amendment  to  the  pound  bylaw was read a third time and passed.
This bylaw extends the pound limits
to the boundaries of the city.
Winnipeg, March 7.���The Grand
Orange Hodge of Manitoba, at its annual session here last week, adopted
a political platform for the guidance
of tlie members of the order. There
are many radical planks, but the majority are simply declarations of we*l
known principles of the constitution
of the Loyal Orange association.
Among the most important clauses
are those pledging the order to demand a compulsory education law in
Manitoba, suppression of the liquor
traffic, curtailing of vice, making the
English language the only official language for the schools, courts and legislatures and the gradual withdrawal
of any special privileges heretofore
enjoyed by any section of the community, any class or creed.
Railway Magnates *# i: In
England NegotiatifAiWur
Big Undertaking.       .*>>
London, March 7.���The Bristol correspondent of the Canadian Associated Press wires that Vice-President
Hanna and Col. Davidson, of the Canadian Northern railway, are holding
conferences with the French and Ger-
mtu consuls.
The conference, lt is said, is in line
with a steamship line, which when
established, whl secure labor with
which to build tlie company's remaining railway extensions in Canada.
It is understood that on the establishment of -the Canadian Northern
steamship line tlie Great Western
railway agents throughout Great Britain will act as agents for the Canadian company.
ANOTHER C. P. R. LINE
TO REACH THE COAST
Alternative Route Will Practically Mean One More
Transcontinental Road.
ROYAL TEMPLAR CONCERT.
ilish    Labor    Party    Leader    Says
|ountry is not Ready for Drastic
Action���Veto  Must Go.
(Continued on Page Five.)
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,���   EMPIRE-WIDE   PREFERENCE.   ���
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G. N. P. Crossing.
Mayor Lee reported that the meeting held yesterday afternoon with representatives from Burnaby and Coquitlam to discuss the proposed diversion of the North road did not result
in anything definite being done. He
thought it might be possible to interest the B. C. E. R. in the project, as
they would probably be building an
extension out to Port Moody in a year
or two.
Alderman Johnston and Alderman
Smith spoke against the proposal of
the railway commission on the
ground of the historic associations of
the old road, and also ol the inconvenience to which the property holders in that vicinity would be subjected
if the road were diverted.
Alderman Bryson remarked that the
matter appeared to him In only one
(Continued  on  Page Three).
The   Platform.
The entire platform consists of
twelve planks, which are as follows:
1. Absolute separation of church
and state.
2. A non-sectarian school system,
which shall be tlie only system to receive financial aid from the public
treasury.
3. Equal rights to all, special privileges to none, irrespective of creed
or color, and to a gradual withdrawal
where possible of any special privileges heretofore granted.
4. The English language to be the
only official language taught In our
schools or officially recognized in our
courts or lgeisuitures.
5. Compulsory education for all children under the age of fourteen and
over six years.
6. Unswerving fidelity to the British
flag and constitution in all lgeislation
in our army or navy, and a stubborn
resistance of any measures which will
tend to weaken the bonds of Imperial unity.
7. The encouragement of immigration from the British Isles, the United
States and desirable subjects from
Northern Europe, and the rigid scrutinizing of immigration generally and
ejecting undesirables.
8. Public inspection of all religious, .
educational and charitable Instltu- |
tlons, incorporated under the laws of '
Talent Secured    for  Evening    Enter
tainment  Above  the  Ordinary.
On Tuesday of next week the Royal
Templars of this city will give a concert ii the Opera house for the purpose of swelling the coffers of the
Local Option league of this province.
Tlie Mackness orchestra, composed of
eight pieces, has been retained for
the occasion. Miss Pauline Johnson,
tlie Mohawk Indian poetess, is cancelling another engagement to come
over. Miss Laird, of this city, and
Miss Underbill, of Vancouver, will
aiso appear, while Miss . Thompson
will have something out of the ordinary in a musical sketch. Members
of the Boy's Brigade will appear in a
patriotic  tableau.
INTERESTING  SUBJECTS   FOR
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION
(Continued  on  Page  Sis).
nn,inn. March 7.���Ramsay McDon-
one of the  labor leaders iu the
lise  of  commons,  does   not  agree
lli  th-  idea  that  the  veto  resolu-
B8 Bhould not be sent to the house
[lord?.    The bill, he thinks, should
i sent to them direct.   It was a pro-
und mistake, he said, for the labor
Irtj to simply shout for the veto to
e sacrifice of the budget.   To p-ace
! in jeopardy and force another gen-
Mi election,   McDonald  said,  would
folly.   The tabor party, he added,
oiikl make lt clear that lt stood for
Be abolition of the house of lords,
Ind ii beaten on that, would vote for
llir most drastic veto proposals.
Speaking  at  Cardiff,  Phl.lip  Snow-
< ii. another labor leader In the Com-
.bons, said the country was not ripe
or the abolition of the house of lords,
|ml the labor party ls prepared there-
pre to co-operate with those who are
ilnely desirous of abolishing the
London. March 7.-Accord*
Ing to the correspondent of the
Standard, lt is generally admitted throughout the West Indies
that any preference, if given
to Canada, must also be given
to Great Britain and other
parts of the Empire.
ARGUMENTS ADVANCED
MAN DIES SUDDENLY AS     j      AGA^ST BETTING BILL
DOCTOR EXAMINES DIM:
John A. Purkiss    Succumbs to Heart
Disease  in   Dr.  Hall's  Office���
Leaves Family.
! Opponents cf Measure Suggest Handbook ODCistions Be  Prohibited
and "Tipping" Made Illegal.
Blil-
vetO.
TERRIERS    COMING.
|.inadian Militia Will Benefit by Visit
of     Territorials.
< London,    March   7.���Major   A.   O.
Roderick expects to tul;e his party of
migrating    Territorials    to    Canada
Oder arms, which, when he secures
'in positions, will be handed over
'he Canadian mllltla.
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MILLIONAIRE HOBO ASKED
TO TAKE PART IN STRIKE
St. Louis, March 7.���James Eades,
Howe, the "millionaire hobo," who has
organized the unemployed Into the
National Unemployed association,
has been requested to go to Philadelphia to take charge of the unemployed there and prevent their being
used to break the general strike of
labor unions.
The request was made by Char.es
Ferguson, Jr., of Washington. D. C,
president of the National Society for
the Unemployed.
ALLAN LINER COLLIDES
WITH DERELICT STEAMER
BIG CONCESSION.
Russia Will Facilitate Coming of Immigrants to This Country.
St.   Petersburg.   March   7.���It   has
(een decided to grant emigrants trav-
Mng by Russian lines to North
unercia free passports and other
irlvlleges.
London, March 7-���The Allan liner
Ionlan arrived on the Clyde Satur
day night and reported having collided with a derelict steamer on
Thursday. In the severe Impact the
Ionian had forty plates on her port
side smashed, fortunately ail above
the water line. h
The fifty passengers were much
alarmed, but the coolness of the otn
eers and crew allayed their fears.
John A. Purkiss died suddenly from
heart failure yesterday while he was
being examined in tho office of Drs.
Hall and Rothwell. Mr. Purkiss was
walking along Front stret, when he
became faint. Realizing that he was
seriousiy ill, he usked two men to
assist him to the doctor's office. He
had been in the office only a few minutes and Dr. Ho/1 had just started to
examine him when he collapsed, and
died Instantly in the chair.
Dr. Hall stated that there was no j
doubt that his death was the result of heart failure. The city police
and the coroner were notilled. but the
latter decided that an inquest was unnecessary. The body was taken to
W. E. Faies' undertaking parlors.
The late Mr. Purkiss was fifty-four
years of age and came over from Kng-
land some years ago. At the time of
his death he was living at the corner of Eighth avenue and Fourth
street, but had only recently moved
in from Burnaby. He is survived by
a wife and several children. No
arrangements have yet been made for
the funeral.
For some time the late Mr. Purkiss
managed Hope and Graveley's farm at
Langley. Previous to that he worked
for T. J. Trapp, ln this city, and for
Messrs. Prior, of Victoria,
Ottawa, March 7. ��� Arguments
, against the MLler bill respecting race
track betting were heard by the committee this morning. Messrs. Ross and
| Pringle filed a long argument reviewing the evidence. They argued that
the proposed blil will do more harm
than good.
i As a compromise, they suggested
that handbook operations be prohibited, that race meets be limited to
twe.ve days, not oftener than twice a
year and that "tipping" or selling
advance information be prohibited.
The New Westminster Interdenominational   Sunday   School   Association
convention   wi i   be   hare   here next
week,  beginning Sunday,  March    IM
and   ending   on   Monday.    The   first
session  will be SJiday afternoon In
Olivet  Baptist  church    at  4  o'clock.
Every Sunday school worker or those
interested in the work are invited to
be present.    The meeting wi.l be ad-
drsse.1  by  Rev.  Stephen Merritt, the
international   Sunday   school   worker,
and  organizer,  and   Rev.  I.   W.   Wil-
ianison, the provincial orgiiiizer.
��� The   next   session   wi l  take   place
Monday afternoon at 2 p. ni. in the
SI. Andrew's Presbyterian church.
The program will be as follows:
First���Reading of tlie reports of the
school. Second���Round table talk on
the following: Class organization,
Primany Department, Place of Definite Church Teaching on the Sunday
Scliool, Home Department, Question
Box.
Rev. Mr. MenTft and Mr. Williamson will conduct the discussions.
In the evening at 8 o'clock, Mr.
Merrltt and Mr. Williamson will address the meeting. They wil. speak
especially on the adult work of the
Sunday schools.
W'nnipeg, March 7.���The C. P. IL
wil have an alternative route to the
coast within two years which wi'.
mean practically another transcontinental system, as the company has
decided to complete the Crows Nest
pass line through to Vaucouver aa
quickly as possible.
This road is in operation at present
as far as Midway, but the extension
of it through to the Pacific coast has
long been contemplated by the company.
lt is only within the past few days,
however, that anything definite has
Been known in the matter, although a
decision was arrived at during the
conference in Montreal recent,y when
the construction program for the year
was formulated.
Hill's Activity  Responsible.
It lias no doubt been hastened by
the activity of J. J. Hill, who has been
building spurs in British Columbia at
such a rate that, failing action by the
C. P. R., he will enjoy a monoply of
the through traffic between Vancouver and tlie Kootenays, via the rich
Simi.kameen eiad Okanagan districts.
Many  G.   N.   R.   Lines.
At the present time the Great
Northern has more lines of railway
running in southern British Columbia
I than into any other part of the Canadian west. Tlie big coal deposits of
' tiie Crows Nest Pass country,as well
as the fruit valleys of the Okanagan,
are tapped by these branches. Now
the Great Northern Is hard at work
connecting up these spurs with a
through line to Vancouver, and a big
force of men has this week been set
to work in the neighborhood of Prince,
ton, building a line through the Hope
mountains to form this connecting
link.
Low Gradient Secured.
Simultaneously with this activity oa
the part of the Great Northern, comes
the announcement that a C. P. R. surveying party, in charge of W. I. Baa-
set, a well known railway engineer,
has just reached Vancouver, having
completed fihe location survey over
the Hope mountains for the company.
It is stated that the C. P. R. has been
more successful than its American rival in securing a low gradient across
the summit, a maximum gradient of
I 2.2 per cent having been secured ah
j the way from Hope, on the Fraser
river, to Penticton, at the foot of
, Okanagan  lake, a distance    of    130
miles.
Fraser River to B. Bridged.
At Hope the Fraser river will be
bridged, and the line connected up
with the main line of the company
into Vancouver, while at Penticton it
will be carried across the summit aad
proceed by the west fork of the Kettle river to reach the Crows Nest
Pass line, now in operation, as far
jas Midway.
Two years from now will see the
completion of the line.
CRYSTAL GLASS FACTORY
TO RESUME OPERATIONS
REYNOLDS TO GET MEDAL
ON ST. PATRICK'S DAY
Pennsylvania   Company   Reported   to
Have Purchased Plant With a
View to  Starting  Work.
Ottawa, March 7.���Hon. Charles
Murphy, secretary of state, will present the Albert medal to Conductor
Thomas Reynolds, hero of the Spanish River wreck, ln Massey hall. Toronto, on the evening of St. Patrick's
day. Sir Thomas Shaughnessy will
repiy on behalf of Reynolds.
Men  Return to Work.
Savannah, Ga., March 7.���After being granted an Increase ln pay fro|n
36 V4 cents to 39 cents an hour, the
boliermakers on the Central of Georgia railroad returned to work today.
, The  men have  been on  strike  n>e
I weeks.
MARRIED BY MINISTER
BUT NOT ACCORDINGTO LAW
Seven    Ontario    Couples    Have    for
Months   Enjoyed   Connubial
a.
Bliss���Sorrow  Now.
Grocers9 Guild Is Declared
Not Guilty ot Boosting Prices
After being cosed down for about
eighteen months, there is a possibility
of  the  Crystal Glass  works at  Sap- j
perton becoming a busy centre once !
again, as lt. Is reported that the prop- ,
erty   and   the   plant   have   been   pur-
Chased by  a Pennsylvania  syndicate
Interested in glass and bottle manufacture, with a view to resuming work
at the local industry.   If the Sapperton plant is again operated, lt will be
as a branch of the eastern concern,
and uot as an Individual firm.
That there ls Borne foundation for
the story that work will be resumed
is Indicated^ by the fact that the
holders of the property recently refused an offer of 120,000 advance on
the price they paid for the factory
and site some months ago.
The original Crystal Glass company
was forced to suspend business on
account of the lack of harmony among
the different peopie interestd in th
concern.
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SHORTER PARLIAMENTS. ���
London,   March  7.���Premier ���
Asquith    announced    In    the ���
house of commons today that ���
resolutions     concerning     the ���
house of lords which are to be ���
submitted by the government *
on March 29 would Include a ���
proposal   for   shortening   the ���
term of parliament.   It ls pre- ���
mimed  that the recommenda- ���
tion will be for a parilamen- ���
tary term of Ave years, Instead ���
of seven years as at present. _
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8ECRETARY GENERAL OF
GUADOLOUPE   IS  SHOT
Point A Pltre, Guadaloupe, March
7.���P. M. Henry, the secretary-genera, of Guadaloupe, was shot end seriously wounded while sitting on the
veranda ot his hotel today. The
assailant, whose Identity ls not
known, fired two shots and escaped.
Eulogize Avalanche Victims.
Victoria, B. C, March 7���The legislature this afternoon passed a resolution eutoglzlng the C. P. K. workmen who were killed In a snowslide
at Rogers Pass on Friday.
Toronto, March 7.-"Not gu-'ty"4,8
the endorsement of Chief Justice.Fai-
conbrldge .on the indictment Of MB-
epiracy  to   enhance   prices   brought
nUinst the Grocers' combine at tne
autumn assizes here of 1907.   The indictments charged the Grocers Guild
tlth unduly limiting facl.lt.es in producing, manufacturing, supplying, and
Si   in   gugar,   tobacco,   starch,
cannedg'goonds salts', cereals and other
Sit" restrain trade and injure
"ii    connection  with these
Sitles to unreasonably enhance
ffSSSfi ��--n competition
in production In respect   to   these
goods.
Toronto, March 7.���Seven young
coupies who went through marriage
ceremonies last year ln Ontario and
have since been living together will
shortly receive an unpleasant surprise
in the form of a notification that they
are not married at all.
This predicament has arisen from
the employment of cTergynlen irons
the United States to perform the marriage ceremony. The cases have been
reported from border towns, with one
exception. Sault Ste. Marie contributes three.
The law provides that the nuptial
Tfitot must be tied by a minister w*>
sitting In Canada. The irregu.arity la
marriage of these seven couples
leaves them ln an awkward position.
Twenty dump carts were receive*
yesterday by the B. C. E. R. for *****
on the Chilliwack Une. They wew
brought in on the steamer WeBtham.
The case was opened for trial on
September 1,1907, and closed January
.7, 1909. ,     ,
I    There are over 1,000 pages of evidence.      Chief  Justice  Falconbrldge
states that "the Guild's origin was
due to the tact that conditions of
; trada were very bad, and It was necessary, in order to prevent disaster
1 amongst those engaged in the wholesale business, to meet and confer witn
a view to seeing what measures mlgnt
be arrived at to Improve Buch contU-
tlons."   The Judgment contains 7,ooo
words  and  makes  twenty-two  typewritten pages.    The" case  c08t tne
Guild about $12,000.
SEVENTY PERSONS HELD
FOR DISORDERS IN BERLIN
Berlin, March 7.���The police magistrates dealt today with seventy persons who were arrested and held on
charges of inciting public disorder or
resisting the police during yesterday's
suffrage demonstration.
Many other arrests had been made,
but the prisoners subsequently were
released as their prosecution did not
appear expedient.
NO PEARY PROOF8.
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4) val committee. Through Rep. ���
4> resentative Alexander, ot New ���
4 York, he Informed the commit-  ���
��� tee that the existence ot a con- ���
4> tract made months ago with a ���
4 publishing  company  made  it  ���
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Classified   Advertisements
TUESDAY, march
1910.
WANTED���WOMAN TO TAKE FAM-
ily washing home. Apply Mrs. J.
J. Kelley, Hotei Russell.
WANTED���KITCHEN MAID. APPLY
Mrs. Dr. Jones, Royal avenue.
WANTED���COMPETENT GIRL FOR
downstairs work, must have knowledge of plain cooking.   Apply
Dr. Jones, 48 Royal avenue.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEKY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dallv  News  Block, Sixtli street.
Mrs.
WANTED���AT    ONCE,
at Kenny's cafe.
WAITRESS, j,
KENNY'S RESTAURANT    &    CAKE \
Tickets,   21   meals  for  $4.       Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed.     Open day and
night.      Opposite tram office.
UNION LODGE, No. 9, A. F. & A.
M.���The regular meeting of this
Lodge is held on tiie first Wednesday in eacli montli, at 8 o'clock Pin.'
in tlie Masonic Temple. Dr. W. A.
Do Wolf Smith, secretary.
KING SOLOMON LODGE. No. 17,
A. F. & A. M.���Regular communications of tills lodge are held on the
second Tuesday in eacli montli in
the y.asonic Temple at 8 p. m. F.
Broad, secretary.
WANTED���TO GO TO ENGLAND
ns companion to lady; children no
objection. Any time before May.
Address T. G., Daily News.
WILL    PAY    A
shingle bolts,
or  nt  Room
buiidin
FAIR   PRICE   FOR
See us at mill ollice
9, Hank of Commerce
Addn ^s Bos 1003, West
minster Mill Co., Ltd.
WANTED���BY   REFINED  LADY,   A
nice  furnished  sunny room In  pri-
vate bouse,  good
moderate   terms.
neighborhood,
Address   P.
at
A.,
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARKIS-
t-ers anil solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia street. New
West minster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARlUK
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster
(Plione 143. Vancouver offices
Rooms 20 and 21, Williams building, 413 Granville street, corner of
Hastings street.
L.
O. L, No. 1150���Meets In the
K. of P. building, corner of Agnes
and Eighth streets, on the first and
third Fridays of each month. Henry
Bennett, W. M., Neil J. Mathison,
secretary.
WILSON, COOK & CO    	
Northern  Crown   Bank   Building   New
Westminster,   B.   C.     Phone   646.
Open Evenings.
NINE chains of water frontage on
North Arm of Fraser. Block contains 45 acres. Price $:!0U per acre.
$3000 cash, balance over five years.
Has bouse and barn and partly under cultivation.
CONDENSED   STORIES.
How    a    Celebrated    Statesman    Waa
Treated to a Surprise.
Famous men are sometimes just
[ike oilier men in the eves of children. One <lnv tho celebratf/d Edward Everetl was riding along a
road in Massachuaetts. At Lynn a
bright and pretty girl got into the
cars und took the vacant scat by his
lide.   Ho entered into conversation
fifty chains water frontage containing only 11 _ acres, all cleared. This property is in city ,imlts,
Lulu Island.   Good price and terms.
ROYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. 1593.
Meets in K. of P. building, corner
Agnes and Eighth streets, first and
third Wednesdays of each month
at S p. in. Leigh Netherby, W. M.;
W. Scott Phlpps, recording secretary; ,1. MacLean, financial secretary.
$3.50 per front foot will bay 1000
feet of water frontage on North
Arm of Burrard Inlet. This block
contains 45 acres. Must
at once.
i"��� 9:' *'    ��� - in _ /
sold
WANTED���SITUATION, BY GOOD
Japanese cook, speaks English well.
Wages $25 and up. Nukina Japanese Mission of Sappertoa, 13. C.
Phone 261.
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster. B. C.
WANTED.  TO   RENT.
WANTED TO RENT���FIVE Oil SIX-
roomed bouse or cottage, centrally
located. Possession February, Apply P. O. Box 971, City.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM    7
Guichon block.     P. O. Pox 694.
I.
O. O. F., Royal City Lodge No. 3���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in new Odd Fellows' Hall,
Eighth street, corner of Ca narvon
street, every Friday evening at 8
o'ciock. ll. J. Lee, x. G.; w. H.
Orr. recording secretary.
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY       AND
Typewriting;   copy    work,   business
'��� tters,    etc.      Province    ollice
lumbia street     Plume 62.
Co
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
ROOMS TO LET���UNFURNISHED
on Eleventh street, close in, two-
room cabins or single, separate entrance; electric light, etc.. from ?1
per week. Apply White. Shiles &
Co., 74(1 Columbia street.
TAILORS.
CALVIN, LADIES' AXD MEN'S T.U
loring. A new line of fall B��i&
Ing lust in. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st.
and 264 Clarkson st.    Plione R508.s
O. O. F., Amity Lodge No. 27���
Tlie regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Odd Fellows hall,
cor. Carnarvon and Eighth st eets,
every Monday evening at S o'clock.
,T. Ferguson. X. G.; W. O. Coatham,
P. 0... recording secretary; R. A.
Moore,  financial  secretary.
HARMONY ENCAMPMENT, No. 2,
I. O. O. F.���Meets every second
and fourth Wednesday of the
month in I. O. 0. F. hall. George
Adams, grand patriarch; E. L. W< b
ber, scribe.
$350 per acre buys 5 i
road, near Burnaby.
.mi Clarke
$700 buys one acre on tram line In
New   Westminster,  nry  $300   cash.
FOR   RENT.
TO     LET���COMFORTABLE
for ci.ie or two .allies, close
615 Hamilton street, city.
LIVERY   STABLE.
ROOM
to car.
RING  UP    250
smart   turnout,
hies.
FOR
The
HACKS  AND
Fashion   Sta-
O. O. F., Beulaii Rebekah lodge
No. 5���The regular meetings of
this lodge are li 11 i.i new Odd
Fehows' hall, Eighth street, corner of Carnarvon street, every first
and third Thursday of each month
at 8 o'clock. Mrs. May Matheson,
N. G.; Miss M. D. Johnston, secretary.
FIVE ACRE.S near tram line and
Sap] erton, three acres under cultivation, 100 fruit trees. Price $2200,
one-third cash.
$375 PER ACRE will buy two four-
acre blocks at junction of North
and Clark roads, one-fourth cash,
balance easy. This i
Burnaby and we will
block.
almost    in
sell   either
FIVE ACRES of good land neat :: : i
. line, near Sapp-erton; three acres
in fruit tn i s, most all under cu.tl-
vatlon, small bouse and out buildings. Prici $3750, $15i 0 i ai h, balance over two years.
$30 per acre will buy 160 acres of
good land, partly ce\ ert d v. Ith
heavy cedar. Langley. One-fourth
cash, balance over three years.
NINE ACRES near junction of Clark
and North roads. $375 per acre.
EIGHT ACRES near city In Burnaby,
?950 per acre, terms.
FOR RENT���SUITE OF ROOMS
suitable for light housekeeping. Apply Alex. Speck, at his store, Front
street.
LOST.
a**
LOST���GOLD WATCH, AMERICAN
Waltbam, between McKenzie's
drug store and postofflce corner.
Suitable reward on returning same
to Daily News office.
MUSIC.
MRS. C. C. FISHER, EX-PUPIL OF
Carlotta Autelli, Oxford, and G. F.
Sims, Mus.  Bac. Oxon., teacher of
music, singing and harmony.
LOST���Solid gold bar brooch, near
Post Office (ia Saturday. Please return to Daily News Oluee.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH. FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next  to Bank of Montreal.
FOUND.
*J^mf
FOUND ��� OVERCOAT, BETWEEN
Queen's avenue and Fourth street
Owner can have same hy calling at
the po.lce station.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Uuderiaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE, CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 4:!5 Clarkson street (behind Burr block).
Furniture made and r 'paired. Mission furniture In fir and oak
I A. O. U. W., Fraser Lo Ig - N >. 3���
Meetings the flrst and third Tuesdays in each month.    Lodge room,
' A. O. U. W. ball, Odd Fellows'
block, Clarkson street. C. S. Corrigan, recorder; George Salt, master workman.
A. O. F��� Court Royal Columbia No.
SS0S, meets in Knights of Pythias
\ hall on the first and third Fridays
of each month at 7:30 p. m Visiting brethren welcome. J. J. Randolph, secretary.
court Brunette, no. 4099. 1 0.
F.���Meets the fourth Friday in the.
montli at S o'ciock in the small
ball. Odd Fellows'block. J. B. Rush
ton, O. R.; F. II. Maxwell, recording
secretary.
THREE ACRES garden
Island,  $350 an  acre.
ind on Luiu
$37.50 an acre buys 160 acres of good
farming  land  in   Surrey,  one   mile
from   tram
to subdivide
This is suitable
$25 per acre will buy 120 acres of
good land in Surrey. This includes
two houses and two barns, part
cleared and under cultivation. Only
$1400 cash, one and two years.
inn ttl_n_J__r hiin.���P.
with her and waa much entertained
bv her fresh and  vivacious  com-
r       ,
menu.
When the train was entering Boston he determined to give tier a
pleasant surprise and so said bland*
ly:
'TN'ow, would you. like to kn>w
who it is with whom you have beea
talking f"
"Oh, yea," answered thc girl, tip.
Mniing her beaming face.
The statesman smile
1
"I am Mr. Everett���Mr. Edward
Everett."
Tho girl stared at him racaatlv,
lie smiled again, for the mortifying thought that his name could ho
unknown to her liad not yet take,
form in his scrano mind.
The pause became oppressive. Finally tho girl bethought hetpelt
���JAPANESE.
He I. Chfld, Fanat|c ,���. , |
8��va���u All ,n 0 E��S,
Ho to a bundle nr-,^ *,*
meuWredbyAnicri,,,,,* ^.,m
a bedlamite, stralgb.1 frW^W
Und. He may ben cw^H
a cheerful liar one mln^N
Indian the next a .,,,,'��t���
welaher today mm ��� x-,'? ����.|
TOW. w"1 t'ltnj
We wp.itprup.rs b;
regard  tlie  little
��.ml precocious child ', '',.,"." lu"nit<|
UgBldewalk trad,   , ,    ,'"'>,.
Ur*t* In kowtowing  ; '',' '"''m
Un? branches of the cherry J?'1*
'"ers haw been .
Utile Jap ,   **��*]
fainty poems addressed
il
and to dawdling for how ���-, ,'e!*
emonlal tea, nnd whi . . Bwh, *|
der the tent flap, bowl] , o.j ['H
and playing checkers, e��_ *^
ret pawed kitten  In A      ''��!
you and 1 have teen -. , la ^J*\
lamping, raring tiger, .;   ."*!
bayonets on-J afterwai . ..,-,",f*
self to the tleid hot.
ttnwhimpcrlug, u mere .  , J
j*d around a will.
We never know a charn ter mail
Ssuw   seen   It   put   to ���   ���   .'
���tress���least of all the '"''
qihlnx and Janus j
anese. Bo studied, tie-
boy strike.-) mo as a st ;
of  Little  Lord  Faunti ;
Hermit nnd Sitting I'.  : . ..'j?
ind emotionless  aav
���.ppletoa's Mags tine.
!0   UJtaj
POINTED PAR/     APH5
������*
a lot of I
riluj
.icingnaiit-
ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE���Meet ever; Thursday at 8
o'clock p. m. In Odd Fellows' hall,
Columbia street. Se.i cl Councillor,
\\". F. Haggman; recording secretary, George Burr.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL
12&."!��� Meets second and fourth
Mon lays nt 8 p. m. in St. Patrick's
hall, Blackwood street.
$375 per acre for iiine acres off tiie
North road on the Clarke road In
Coquitlam, one-fourth cash, easy
terms on balance.
We have a buyer for a small ptece
acreage In Burnaby.
of
BURNABY���Two
city and near
|250 eacli, $75
per month,
large lots, close to
tram line. Only
cash,     balance   $10
THREE LOTS on Fourth street,
cleared, plowed and fenced, JB00
each.
H. J. A.  B'URNETT, AUDITOR ANL
Accountant.    Tel.  It 128.    Room 7,
Westminster Trust Block.
R. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND Accountant. Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for tlie Hull Safe
Co.    Room !>,  Westminster    Trust
ROYAL   CITV
ers and dyer..
phone R278.
dirt and dust
fibre���not pressed
for and delivered.
CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
, 315 Columbia street,
The place where the
is removed from the
.THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited. Front .street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern.
jaw and shingle mill machinery,
111 plants und specifications pre-
bred.
WESTMINSTER       WOODWORKING
Co., bank, ollice and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, manteis
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished.
prietor, Works
and car line. P
47t{.
J.   Brookes,   pro-
:   Corner Eleventh
O. box 251, pnonc
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of inouninent.il tombstones, bUUrtlng
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed,
Columbia street,  New Westminster.
A. F. COTTON,
DOMINION AND B. C. LAND SUR-
veyor, in National Finance Co.'s office, over Curtis' drug store, Columbia street, New Westminster,
B. C.
FRATERNAL ORDER O ' EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p. m. in tlie Eag.es'
hall, Columbia street. 11. Scho-
fieid, secretary.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENKFIT ASSOCIATION, Lord of the Isles
Camp 191���Meets on the second
and fourth Tuesdays of every
month in K. of P. hall. Chief, A.
Halcrow; J. J. Forrester, recording
secretary.
NATIVE SONS OF B. C, Post No. 4
���Meets every third Thursday of the
month in K. of P. hall. M. J. Phillips, chief factor; Angus McCol.,
secretary.
THREE  LOTS in  Burnaby on tram
and corner. $S75.   Terms easy.
BARN  TO  RENT���On
$8.00 per month.
Royal avenue,
NICE. NEAT COTTAGE, and barn
near tram, $450 will handle this.
$1200 buys house and rot on Third
avenue, near Eleventh, $200 cash,
balance over two years if taken at
once.
We have a buyer for a lot on Fifth
street.
GRANITE LODGE NO. IG, K. OF P.���
Meets every Thursday at 8 p. m.
in the K. of P. hall. W. T. Cooksley, C. C; A. McDonald, K. of R.
and S.
HOME���On Royal avenue,
dren, six rooms, $1500
terms.
fully mo-
cash    and
FINE  MACHINE  WORK AND GEN-
oral repairing. Anything from a
wateli or clock lo an automobile.
W. Webster, mechanical expert. No.
in Sixth street, Dominion Trust
Block.
. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New Westminster.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Real   Estate and  Insurance Agents-
City,  farm  and   sunurban  property,
2tio Columbia street.
FOR SALE���EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE
and ,ot, near car line, Fifth avenue; price $2(it��0. Enquire 432
Fourteenth street.
ROSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE NO.
115, S. O. E. B. S.���Meets every second and fourth Wednesday evening
ln the K. of P. hall. P. B. Brown,
president;  H. Disney, secretary.
CANADIAN ORDER, W. O. wT
Camp No. 53, meets ln the old I.
O. O. F. hall. D. S. Curtis, Con.
Commander;  F. O. Cnnfleld, clerk.
EIGHT   LOTS    In    Sapperton,
each, one-fourth cash.
200
TWO   LOTS
each.
on Agnes  street, $1900
s****m ^ ***ss***********m
''i'o you,'' shn Raid desperately���
Mo you live in Lf nn V
' HALTING A COLD."".'
W_��l to Do When  voo SnwienrFw)
the   Harnini;   I 1,111.
A cold, as nearly every Intelligent
person knows, is the result of a stoppage somewhere of free circulation of
the biood, to which one ia first sei^l
tive through a feeling of Chill So
slight Is the chill oftentimes that not
until the preliminary sneeze conies Is
lhe victim aware he or she has been
In a draft, or that tho temperature
has changed.
The usual notion Is thur by going In
doors, hy changing to heavier clothing
or  retreating  from   tho   moist  atmosphere  thc   danger   U   averted.   These
precautions are nil   well  enough,   bul
tho first and most efficacious raeasur��
Bhould be to restore the Quick flow of
warm blood  through  every vein, and
so   by  heat   Instantly   counteract   Uif
little chill.
When tho temperature of tbe bodj
, or extremities Is lowcrod, or a sudler
��� ehlll or quick chango from  warm it
i cold   temperature   U   endured,   tak��
three or four deep breaths through the
nostrils, expand tho lungs to their full
eet extent, holding the inhaled air a-
long as possible, and then slowly ex
halo tt through the mouth.    In doiny
this the InfliafKMi of the lungs sets tin
boart Into sncti quick motion that thl
Wood  Is  driven   with    unusual    fore-'
along Its channel*, and so j-uua out int)
the toes and finger tips, and sets up >
���ralck roaetlan  .uri.lu*t the chill
CsrolesHnfflH in Ow ;
fieoplu.
If a man doesn't acq ' We��J
with age he cheats I.
If a  man owns a  pocke   nifelt|]
hard for bird Jo pass o        [stone
Say what you please
courage, the man who I
Is mighty unpopular.
M.iUe the stories y
day as short us possible
you tell them under na I      relll
There la very little nsc       - - aa
rliice  a   man   who   me -'.:��
[ oient   with   tiiis   argun 4
��� you," etc.
No matter how highly ���     >
| yonr  own  opinion    r, . \n*
j not go with other people _���      \ej
; tliluk Mictly s��i you d ;.    hlch, by f��
way, iSsaf seM��m do.���At' bison Glob*
A Hol�� In lh�� Roof.
Mrs. Abbs D. C��T����a"���- -, ���. h��_i 1
some widow, is the ewuor nf rcrti I
property 1_ Jlos_e��ter, 1-.I   \> _��� j
��ho  rented  Cho fei^ywtj  to P��fi
Coplen for a Wra o? yWJi ihi '���*%
ed to rmarra tits aljlil a^ <w.irtiOt j
thro��g_ a hmDrvta to bar r*4Mjf|
itaira iw kaatetf aad ����:-
Mrs.    Cur_��l*>w_    marc
from a y.aii tke pad h*r ��
oui j��^Mi������_ ���/ Copaai
DflM   tliroufk   tlie   p.-::
len's rooms io teatffi tLo
Cdplao proteftcrl aad  I
notice cm her not to tree}
Uieti padlocked tho door oi
R'flJ.
Widow CornelQwis' -
penter, and he ml n lad ���
to tlie aitic roof, whem he   ,	
wuy through which tho wi i
her son have boon making tl. if exit
and entrance.���-Ci_ci_uuti l'-n^ur
sr.
&
1    ��������_
' L 1*\
of I'jf
��� linrf
���mi
-.  lb
<*w
- B M��
rsdt
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. li
Martin, Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
1'hone LC15.
30ARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in the
board room, City Hall, as follows;
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on thc tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at -a p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Btuart-Waiie, secretary. ,
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. lirown, manager, P. O. Box
668,  plione 884,
We have tho cheapest lot ln Burnaby,
50 by 150, close to car line, on good
rond. Fine slto for homes. $200
each, quarter cash, balance easy.
CANADIAN
mi
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
HOUSE AND BARN co Fourth street,
$1000 cash, balance easy.
WILSON,  COOK   &  CO.
Northern Crown Bank Building, New
Westminster,   B.   C.     Phone   646.
Open Evenings.
JUNIOR  SOCCER  LEAGUE.
Foi;owmr
niatc'aea for
Btio if the
n-Itish GYV
���s the schedule of soccer
th'   Wallis cup, emblem-
uhior  championship  of
-.nbla:
ffft 5-Sapperton vs. Central;
High School vs. St. Louis
March 12-Lord Kelvin vs. Sapperton;   St. Louis vs. Central
March m-Sapporton vs. Lord Kelvin; Central vs. St. Louis.
March 2(1-Sapperton vs. High
Scliool;  Central vs. Lord  Kelvin.
2���High School vs. Lord Kel-
Api-il
vln.
The
team.
first   named    is    thc   home
B. C. COAST SERVICE.
Sailings from C. P. R. wharf, Vancouver.
To Victoria���-1:80 p. m. daily.
To Nanaimo���2 p. ni. dally; 11 p. m.
Monday.
To Union and Comox���2 p. m.
Tuesdays  and   Thursdays.
To Alaska and Northern B. C���11
p. m. January 8, 15 and every following Saturday.
To Chilliwack and points of call���
8 a. m. Mondays. Wednesdays and
Fridays, from B. C. Coast wharf, New
Westminster, B. C.
���raatlira   Ma   f>��romft*��a.
Il their way," w.ilrt the eld fab**
Man, "fishes are not such bad went! i
prophets. If a storm Is approachl: ��
tbe flsh stop biting, and tbey won't bill
again until the storm ls well over
They appear to know when a storm li
coming and when It hns really pasar ]
���nd to flshsrmen and farmers living
along tbe shore flsh foretell the nea:
approach of cold weather. Hours be
fore it comes fishes leave the shallow
waters Inshore and seek deeper water,
which ln Its depths will stay warm uud
keep an equable temperature after th��
shallower and surface waters hav��
turned cold. Oh, yes, fishes know a
thing or two about the weuther."-
Waahlngton Post.
Ono   iVord'a   Mei.nliK.-a.
English is a most remarkable lu
gnage. it.has some peculiarities of an
extraordinarily rich vocabclary ��nc>
others of the poorest and most barrM
tongue, separate words for minute <H��
Unctions and single words that tiavi
many meanings. Uany exai les 0-
both peculiarities twn tin f a ��� In ths-
Dialect Motional?, an English pubU
cation. Bvcry tatuar's boy knows hot*
to use tho wwda |__b, sheep, ewa not!
rain, but ������- mia. ^ _ta ff0uld lw
able to dotee Om wards tag,
teaser, trp-seg, Up-f��ld and Bfx t iota,
each of wklab ****, Wm age or tin ei
of a aboepf Tar naaiianl . a tup '*
a yoong ram batata Ma flrrit sL
On tke ort>ar haaa*. tmko the ��ord
fack. As wtoti kr tasmHa la one pari
of England ar waathar It may menu a
neck of nwttoa, th* banes of a dead
horse, a bipw, a ****H9 pain, a kite!.on
fireplace, past af a fcaod room, a re '
in a rlTar, a tmH, a pathway' a nil. *
gap In a h*4ge, a flytng aloud, to pour oil
Mquor. to stack. Tttmrn are thc unnsu, -
maaulnga, aad _i��- are olhera mort
aonuuon.-Yorrtb's OawjMaion.
For
dress
or
further particulars call or ad-
ED. GOULET. Agent,
New Westminster.
C.  B. FOSTER.
Asst. Gen.   Pass.  Agent,
Vancouver. B. C.
AN EXPERIENCED HOUSEWIFE
knows that Sunlight Soap
means a wonderful savins of
t me and labour hi house-
Cleaning.
Whether with hot or cold
water, nothing gets thc dirt
off so quickly and without
injury as Sunlight Soap.
Use It the .Sunlight w_v
Follow the directions.    "
Slab* For tho Old Oar*.
What stopped the old housewife hab
It of taking tho tablecloth out nftei
each   meal   nnd   shaking   It   on   th*
ground to the edification of the dog
cat, chickens and birds?   As a boy w��
used to delight in that shake, especial
ly lf a comely matron or a pretty g>rl
had hold of the cloth her body swayed
IO gracefully ns sho handled It.   N��
other motion,  not even  tlie  rhythral.
dance, set off her figure to better ad
vantage, and the minxes knew lt and
always managed to give  those flirt*
when admirers wore handy by.   Bul
���ome one invented a brush and a prat
ty receiver, nnd a now fashion WW
eat��� Washington (Ia.) I'reaa
PLANETARY VITALITY.
���artbqnakrx Can Tak, rinee Only m
Living- Gtobaa,
A moon (jtiake Is now unthlnkaMa
beesiue the moon Is ns dead as a dot*
nail.    Our satellite Is -ever foresba*
���wing our own ultimate doom, like llu
mommy at Egyptian banquets," but lo
the meantlnio.  If  the   Edinburgh  h>
rlew hns correctly conceived the teachings of seismology, tho Inhabitants d
earth may console themselves for thf
havoc   wrought   through   earthqunk*
by  reflecting that  they  demonatrat*
the vitality of our planet.   In thai dl��
tant   past   when   the   moon   actuailj
quaked there may���some scientists de
elnre the��� must���have been forms "'
animation on Its surface.  ������Though th��
moon,  by reason  of Its smaller Bit*
was bound to lose Its atmosphere. I*
must have taken millions of years U
do so, nnd thero may have been tlrni
lor the cycle of life, from the primeval
germ up to sentient beings and down
agnln to tho hardiest lingering phiu'
cells, to run Its fu(l circle." The writs*
in the Edinburgh Review continues t��
develoo thl* Rue of thought:
Pfc
/   Im.      m TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1910.
THE DMLY NEWS.
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A new subdivision oh the Burnaby Heights, commanding a magnificent
view of the lovely Fraser and the mountains behind. Lying with a gentle
slope to the south, the location for beauty cannot be excelled.
The subdivision is bounding on Armstrong Street, the main road to
Sapperton, and faces on 10th Avenue and Cariboo Street. 66 feet roads
and 16 feet lanes all through the property.
Size of Lots 6G x 124.   Price $400, 1-4 Cash, Balance 6, 12 and 18 Months.
Get in on the Ground Floor. You have here a splendid opportunity of
investing in something where the turn-over will be quick and sure.
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orts From Recent Lon-
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1 . March  6.���Present  Indl-
} li to the tui- catch of the
er  as   being   extremely
��� Ipts at Winnipeg, Edmon-
Albert, Yorkton and other
��� -i     >o far been the smal-
1  years past and reports
Mil country say there are
ia the In, is of thc traders.
seems able to furnish an
lion   for  ",cre  are   as   many
'���-I  iti the woods as usual, but
ami id, report a scarcity of
ing animals.    In consequence
Issued show  higher  prices
ever before, Borne hides fetching
as 100 per cenl more at the
-ales  in   London   than   they
. ear ago.
!  the trappers of some thirty
1 lee these prices they would
talnl hearted, tor then a first
dnk skin could be bought  for
��� cents, while musltrats ohang-
at 3, l ami 5 cents apiece,
'ling to quality    and    condition,
otber furs were corresponding-
"*   fox  holds  the  record  price,
much as $2,500 lias been paid
London for one of these hides, but
��as nearly entirely black and of
optional    beauty,    Although    the
111 black fox is commonly used such
animal is mot known to exist, all
'''"ni being tinged with a consid-
:l:'   quantity   of   grey.     The   local
''' ������ for dark skins run from $1��0
' 5800 or more.
D'irk cross foxes command prices
DSmg from $10 to $15 and are re-
""i as being exceptionally scarce
Is winter. Ued foxes sell for as
is $10, while the common fox,
the trade knows as "Kit Foxes,"
Us tor about $1.25, and Is am ordln-
5 variety of fox found ln Manitoba
'I the Northwest.
fie   hide  of   tbe   much    despised
Hskrat has taken a big Jump during
Past year, and Is now quoted at
advance of 70 per cent over the
!<' s of a year ago.   Lake Manitoba
'�� arc quoted at 65 cents,    while
from Ontario range to 70 cents,
are the  highest prices    ever
' for these hldeB.
For years past mink have betm go-
8  upwards and this year another
advance In price is recorded, bul it
is only 20 per cent this time against
a rise of 50 per eent a year ago. Some
of these 'aides bring as high as $7.50,
according  to  their color.
AsKs Province to
Inspect Dairies
Blch
(Continued From rage One )
light. The road had been used and
hud been safe long before tlie railway
came in. The railroad created the
danger and he thought it was up to
it to provide safeguards against it.
iiis remarks met With the general
approval of tlie council. After a prolonged discussion the whole question
was left to the finance committee,
which will consult with the city solicitor as to the best course to pursue
und report hack lo the council.
Alderman Johnston, chairman of the
finance committee, reported that
George .Mc.Murphy, thc pound keeper,
/uud appeared before the committee
as requested und handed In all his
books and vouchers. The cash collected had been handed in to the
treasurer und the audit showed that
' verything was correct.
The Dox Tax.
The dog quest ion casually raised by
Alderman Johnston, next occupied the
attention of the council. The alderman  remarked  that if there were a
1 tax of $1 collected on every canine
in  Now  Westminster, Alderman Jar-
| dine would have lots of money to
build streets with.    All the a.dermen
I jumped on tlie subject with relish
and talked dog for ten minutes. His
.Worship was of the opinion that if
'tho license law were enforced, the
trouble would be largely obviated, and
it was decided to notify the pound-
keeper and police to enforce the co1'
.eetlna of the dog tax.
Mayor Lee said that he thought the
estimates should be prepared by next
Monday, and his suggestion that a
meeting be held on Friday evening
for tbe consideration of the estimates
was adopted. ~
Th0 communications were few and
quickly disposed of.
Fire Chief Watson sent in a report
of the fires ln January and Ferbuaiy-
There were eleven conflagrations,
none of tbem serious.
R E. Walker se��t in a complaint
about the unsanitary condition of tne
ravine in front of bis residence, on the
Ser of Fourth .tret |M Carnarvon
Btret, caused by people dumping
refuse there.   Referred to health com-
mweatchman George Rennle of the
Lulu Island bridge, reported that the
tug Fraser had run Into one of tne
protections to the draw, causing dam-
age to tile extent of $luO.    Tlie board
A petition from some Sapperton
of works will look after tlie matter,
'residents asking for tin- opening up
of Ne��so�� street, between Columbia
land Brunette strets, was laid over until the estimates come. in. Alderman
Jardine smiled as he made the motion.
George E. Target asked the council
to open up Simpson street, but his
request must wait for tlie estimates.
George Greenwood applied for u position us inspector of the water pipes
which are being made by the C. D.
Wald & Co.   Filed.
Alderman Gray, on behalf of the
part ment started work yesterday lay-
light committee, reported that the de-
ing he conduit tor the wires for the
lights on Co.umbia street.
May Roberts.
"The Adventuress." the play With
wllich May Roberts opens her cngage-
nunt here Thursday evening, is one
which gives her the fullest scop,, to
demonstrate her pow-er as an emotional actress. The story deals with
tlie career of a liri.liaiu woman who
is living on the edge of high society
nnd has been skating on thin ice, but
who wishes to redeem herself, so she
foists herself on two wealthy girls of
good  English family.
The fact of the adventuress being
seen in the cotnpumy of the two girls
means ruin to them socially, although
she thinks she can pull herseif up
through them. In comes Sir Horace
Welby, a wealthy English baronet In
love with one of the gills. "Alice
Varney," who is protecting her sister
and who ls In dread of the adventuress. The baronet In a cool matter
of fact way starts ini to foil the adventuress. She, however, has all the
best of the duel up to the end of the
second act, but in the third act the
tab.es are turned and the woman Is
defeated.
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BARRISTER  FORSAKES
WOOLSACK  FOR  GOWN
London. March 7.���After thirty-
four vears' prosperous practice as a
barrister, R. W. Burnie, the well
known criminal lawyer, has forsaken
his old profession for the church. He
is to be ordained ln May, after an unusually short preparation speclal.y
sanctioned by the bishop of London
Though he renounces lt, Mr. Burnie
still respects and loves the lawyer's
calling. "The law ls one of the noblest professions," he said, "but there
1b one higher���the church. People
often assert that lt ls Immoral for a
barrister to defend a crlmlna. whom
he knows to be guilty. The accusation is altogether unfounded."
Balfour Defends
House of Lords
(Continued from Page One.)
arrogate to itself, as foreign second
chambers too often had done, the
powers of the immediate representative chamber, taking from the latter
| all authority and power. He as a
i member of the Commons, would look
with great dismay on any change in
that house comparable w-ith that
which had fallen representative as-
sembiys iu France and the lf-iited
States. They also must have men
in the second chamber who are not
immediately attainable, as the House
of Commons is. to the passing passion of the moment and the electoral
machine. Above all they wanted a
second chamber wliich, although not
too powerful, would yet be powerful
ctaough to resist passing moods and
repiesent the permanent wisli of the
nation.
He denied that the Lords opposed
to social reform did not want social
reform, but political revolution. The
government is really aiming at a policy which would involve a period of
revolutionary struggles. In establishing the veto power of the Lords
it practically would abolish the second chamber. Such a revolution. Inevitably would bring ou a counter
revolution that would open the vista
of political struggles which must
thrust to the wall anything in the
nature of a sound, sober social reform, which would destroy the whole
fabric of tbe United Kingdom and'
threaten the Empire.
Dealing with fiscal reform, Mr. Balfour aroused cheers by declaring that
it was a grave misfortune that Great
Britain delayed In adopting a tariff
forcing Canada to make commercial
treaties flrst with one country and
then another, In Ignorance of whether
Great Britain was going to adopt a
system which would make possible
a full preference between Canada and
the United Kingdom.
The Times this morning prints
what it professes to be an outline of
the government's Intended bill for
(the reform of the House of Lords. It
says that lf the ministers are able to
j secure the abolition ot the Lords' veto
'of finance and legislation they wl.l
introduce a bill to reconstitute the
upper house on a democratic elective
basis. The new chamber would be a
small one, having no veto power on
financial bids, but when a deadlock
of the two chambers arose over ordinary legislation the two houses
would sit and vote together. Thus
any government having a respectable majority ln the House of Commons would be ln a position to carry
legislative proposals.
NEW BRUNSWICK BANK
HAS SUSPENDED PAYMENT
T.ever brothers, Toronto, will send you
free a cake of their famous Plan toi
toilet  soap, if .you mention  this paper.
St. Johns. N. B., March 7.���St. Stephens bank, which has suspended payment, was founded in lSJti. Tlie capital stock is $200,000. with a reserve of
about $30,000. The present directors
are: Frank Todd, president; John D.
Chlpman, vice-president; Julius Whit-
lock, secretary and cashier; Phillip
Breen and John G. Murshle.
ALBERTA PENITENTIARY
WILL  NOT   BE   SHIFTED
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block       P. O. Box 644
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Edmonton, March 7.���The provincial penitentiary at Edmonton will
not be removed. The city council offered to exchange tlie present site for
one beyond tlie city limits, but the I ^
minister of justice, in a letter to the
commissioners, has turned the proposition down.
SKATE
at  the
L HARRIS & CO.
GENERAL AGENTS
Gasoline Lighting
Red Cross Sanitary
Closet
Hall and Lavery  Block
Pythian Rink
HOURS:
Morning   10 to 12
Afternoon 2 to 5
Evening 7:30 to 10
PRICES:
Admission   10c;   Skates   15c
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all school children will be
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, MARCH
The Daily News
the character  of  any  work  and  this
cannot, be satisfactorily adjusted    he-
Published by Tne Dally .News Publisn-   tween  the  engineer  of  the  Commis-
lng Company, Limited, at their offices    sion  and  that   of  tlie  Grand     Trunk
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria j Pacific  railway,  then  a  third,    inde-
Streets- ��� paadent expert is called in  to  arbi-
"   Crate and settle the question.
*��� *��� Pa'3e Managing Director      R is perhapS impossible to convince
ithe Tory fault finders that thorough-
| vess,   combined   with   economy   and
care is the policy of the government
! in regard to this great railway.    But
| so  it  is.  and  the  people  of  Canada
.! may rest assured that their interests
i are being in every way properly looked after.
<s^^s>
TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1910.
LIGHT   OR   DARKNESS.
The people of Sapperton are ever
thankful for small mercies at the
hands of the Council, Upon the principle tbat half a loaf is better than
no bread, they appreciate tlie latest
act of generosity on the part of that
authority, in tlie shape of an attempt
to dispel the darkness wllich has for
so long prevailed along the eastern
extremity of Columbia Btreet, between
the car terminus and the Brunette
bridge���thai is as far as this installation can be appreciated as a usel'ii,
means of illumination.
Presumably the scheme is to place
a light half way between th�� two
points named. But the Incandescent
lamp that has been erected, with it-;
limited light-giving power, is not
equal to the task of distributing its
rays over a distance of a quarter of
a mile in either direction. It is very
much like a candle stuck in the centre of a meadow, Inasmuch as it.
.eaves a very large proportion of surrounding area in complete darkness.
Aii are light might have been more
serviceable,  but  at  least  two if not
REFUSES STRIKERS
DEMANDS IN NEWSPAPERS
Bethlehem, Pa.. March 7.���President Charles M. Schwab, of the Bethlehem Steel company, has refused all
the demands of the striking steel
workers.
Instead of sending a reply to the
executive committee of the strikers,
be had his decision published in \
special edition of a local newspaper.
Pope  Farewells Quebec Archbishop.
Rome, March 7.���The pope today
received 'O farewell audience tlie
Most Kev. Louis Na/aire, archbishop
of Quebec.
PAT BURNS WILL BUILD
A $500,000 ABATTOIR
Edmonton, March 7.���P. Burns, in
consultation with the city commissioners today in regard to the removal
of his Norwood slaughter house,
which is a public nuisance, stated that
he intends to build a JuuU.Oiio abbat-
three lights are required to be of the   toir.   Mr. Burns ls now looking for a
slightest use along this streteli of
road. This highway, by reason of its
irregular width and miserable limit
of space in some places, is most dangerous to persons travelling aiong it
at night. At frequent intervals the
crazy railing at the side of a narrow j
stretch, just  below    Mr.  Glllander's !
site wliich will make the concern convenient to railway facilities. Work
wil probably be begun in tlie early
.spring.
ADDITIONAL CITY NEWS.
F. Hope, assistant general manager
house,  is  broken  down   by   colliding ��� of tlie B. C. E. R., of Vancouver, and
vehicles, aind the wonder is that the
occupants of some rig or motor car
Have not been precipitated into tlie
gulch below.
STILL   FAULT   FINDING.
The Conservatives are never tired
of charging waste and corruption on
tlie part of tlie Liberal government
In connection with the National Trans-
Mr. Heaton, of Loudon, England who
. has large financial interests in the
i province, were in the city yesterday
' on a tour of inspection. Tbey were
' taken out over the new Chilliwack
i one as far as Abbotsford and found
: everything progressing splendidly.
Mr. Heaton was greatly pleased with
the country the new line opens up.
The application for a license for
the Coquitlam hotel at Westminster
Junction, which will be heard tomorrow, will be strongly opposed by the
continental railway. When they do local option supporters of the dis-
happen to exhaust one topic of crlt- trict. A petition against the proposed
icism and denunciation they sel ahout   li'iuor license aud a counter petition
manufacturing another. The latest
Bubjoct upon which certain Tories
have vented their spleen is the increase of some Items of cost in construction. The member for South
Simcoe has for Instance been charging graft and dishonesty because the
actual cosl of certain fillings along ;
lhe line have exceeded tlie estimates
prepared and submitted by the locating engineer. This official of course, j
can only, al the best, give the approx- '
imate cost of such work, and now and
again it may and does happen that ;
when the actual work of construction
is in progress some geological or other peculiarity of formation, of wliich
the locating engineer could not be
cognisant, is discovered. This results
in the expenditure of more labor and
more material for tlie proper construction of the filling than was originally estimated. For such a contingency every railroad engineer and
contractor is prepared.
it must be remembered that the
roadbed of the National Transcontinental railway Is being constructed in
a very thorough manner, and not in
tlie makeshift style that lias been
customary on the railways of this
country. When completed the roadbed of this, line and all its appurtenances will be such as to form a first
class permanent way, without its
equal anywhere on this continent.
Naturally the first cost is increased
by this policy, and it appears to be
high in comparison with other railroad work. But the cost of maintenance will thus be reduced to a minimum, instead of being a heavy annual charge, as is commonly the rase
on even the leading railroads ln this
country.
Again. It may be pointed out that
the Commissioners adopt every possible safeguard to prevent unnecessary expenditure.    Thus,  when    any
have been circulating for several days
past, and a large number of signatures appear on each.
Open for Business.
The real estate Arm of Kellington
Brothers opened its ollices to the
public yesterday, at tlie corner of Columbia and Begbie streets. The partners report a satisfactory day's business for a com_tenement. Waterfrontage and industrial sites will be
specialized by this firm, a representative list having been worked up during tlie past few days. Agencies for
the Firemen's Fund Insurance company, of San Francisco, and the Dominion Fire company, of Winnipeg,
have been secured.
A   Generous   Gift.
Professor Munyon has just issued a
most beautifih. useful and complete
almanac. It contains not only all the
scientific information concerning the
moon's phases, in all the latitudes,
but lias illustrated articles on how to
read character by phrenology, palmistry and birtli month, it also telis all
about card reading, birth stones and
their meaning, and gives tlie Interpretation of dreams. It teaches beauty
culture, manicuring, gives weights
and measures and antidotes for poison. In fact, is is a Magazine Almanac, that not only gives valuable Information, but will afford much
amusement for every member of the
family, especially for parties and evening   entertainments.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
Two Specials
TO-DAY
ENVELOPES, 5c a Package
BLACK INK;  LARGE BOTTLE 5c.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
question arises  respecting prices or j we buy for cash and sell lor the aame
COMPANY, Ltd.
WOMEN'S
FASTER
APPAREL
Pre-Easter Thoughts in
Ready -to- Wear
Study the new styles as you find them brilliantly shown in these
full Easter stocks. Do not be satisfied with a passing g.ance at our
show windows, come right in and examine the goods more closely.
Fresh arrivals, alive witli the latest novelltes and marked by wonderful variety, ask your admiration. Not ,ong to Easter now, elioose
your suit or dress at leisure, instead of delaying and making a hurried selection.
Princess Dresses from $17.50
How these garments have been admired by tiie many who accepted our invitation to call and inspect them. Make a point of seeing them at your earliest, we realize the benefit from showing our
selections at all times. Note the excellent tailoring, distinctiveness
and uncommon attractiveness.
Charming Suits in Exclusive Styles
Here in alt the beauty and richness of Spring colorings, the
very acme af the tailor's art are the latest arrivals in this busy section. Our modes are exclusive and beautiful, and what is especially important, our prices are veiy reasonable.   From $17.50.
75c Boxed Neck Frills for 50c
Six to each box, net and lace creations, white, cream, and colors
in assorted boxes.    Fifty boxes only.    Regular 75c.    Now. box..  50c
New Curtain Novelties
See the new productions just received in ibis department, cabinets, in plain and overchecked designs, serinis. in novelty weaves
and colored stencil patterns, in large variety of co.orings. Inspection invited.
See our selection of Dress Fabrics before making your choice.
We have a wide array in plain effects, striped and novelty designs
at all prices.
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UTS MM Will
WINDOW SHADES
Every size; every color.   Carrying the tremendous stock
we can fill your most particular order and guarantee BatisfactP
PICTURE FRAMING
Our operators are noted for   turning  out  th0  most
work and we show a very wide assortment  ot  materials
CARPETS
on.
Partlcu.a,
We  show  the  largest "Open   Steok"   of  New   Spring   Pattei_ ''���
ln  British   Columbia.
"We Furnish  Your  Home Complete."
I   rr^C  Furniture Emporium/
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Phone 73.
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"YOU  NEEDN'T
COME  AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be glad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal in your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone ls in good ordei .:.:
their numbers are 15 and 11
Coal procured hen i.
jack coal, however secured.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
Watches...
D
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Thick Cocoa Door
Mats, Size 16 x 27
inches	
Mats
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Denny & Galloway
Home Furnishers
43 Sixth Street
New Westminster, B. C.
High Grade Watch Movements at
CHAMBERLIN'S, The Jeweler
Official C. P. R. Time Inspector.
Easterbrook  Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL. .$6.75  per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR |4.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.________^1^L
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333
For Sale!
10 Acres facing on North Road
considerably below the market price.
Must sell.
3 full size lots and house on 7th I
Ave., East Burnaby, $1500. Terms to
suit buyers.   Reply, J. D., News Office.
_   BRENING & COMPANY
A OFFICE: ROOM No. 6      The Merchants' Bank of Canada Building
L   Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets New Westminster, B.C.
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>* TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
f'AGE FTVfiS.      J
GORDONS
>ry Goods House
illinery Opening
HURSDAY, MARCH 10th
And Following Days
SPORTS
JEfFRIES CAUSES
BEG RUN ON BANK
INSIST ON JUNE 18 AND 25 Ga^ers Follow Jeff to Bank,
Cry of "Get Your Money
llrst Exhibit of the Season's Styles in Paris  Models, Suit  Hats and
llllinery  Novelties.
/e cordially invite you to be present.
(ILLINERY   SALON���Second  Moor.
HE  FASHION  CENTRE
Minto Cup Holders Refuse to Accede
to Challengers' Request That Championship  Dates  Be  Altered.
The Westminster lacrosse club, at
a meeting held yesterday evening, declined to entertain the proposal of the
Montreal lacrosse club, challengers
for the Minto Cup that the dates ot
the championship games be changed
from June 18 and 25 to June 22 and
25, this decision heing arrived at after
a short discussion.
As the Minto Cup trustees have
fixed June 18 and 25 as Cup match
days, unless other dates were agreed
upon by the teams interested, there
is nothing more to be said on tlie
matter. But the Montreal club wi.l
not feel particularly happy when It
learns that its request lias been
turned down, nnd there is a possibility
that the trip west after the Minto
mug may yet be abandoned, as the
treasury of the St. Lawrence boys is
not overflowing with shekels.
The annual meeting of the local lacrosse cub will take place next Wednesday, in the city hall, when officers
for the year, will be elected.
JUST ON THE
MARKET
Out" Is Raised
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
MONTREAL   WOULD   LIKE
ST.  PERE  TO  OFFICIATE
' /.I -rrnaa~��g.~tatoJ-*a��ICT_.��^^
lEntire  Stock
Of Misses and Children's Dresses
to clear at half price
Montreal. March 7.���The Montreal
Lacrosse cub, challengers tor the
Minto cup held by New Westminster,
will Insist on one eastern official in
their cup series to be played next
June In New Westminster.
President W. _. Flndley has made
an   appointment   with   Trustee   P.   D.
��� Ross, of Ottawa, for a conference on
| the matter of officials and the financing of the trip.
At   the   conference   it   is  altgether
likely that the name of E. C. St. Pero,
i now   president   of   the     National   Lacrosse union, wil, be suggested as an
official to make the trip to the coast.
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J.  BIRTCH
617 Columbia Street.
REVIVE  INTEREST  IN
LACROSSE   IN   WINNIPEG
That too much popularity may be
the means of causing an unpleasant
incident is illustrated by a story
Which Sheriff T. J. Armstrong brings
back witli htm from Los Aligeies. Los
Angeles is Jim Jeffries' town and
every one there knows Jim and Jim
stands in like relation to everybody.
It was on February 22 that Mr. Jeffries left liis hotel to make a small
deposit in the bank. When he stepped out of the door he was seen by
a small boy who passed the word
alciag to other small boys and by and
by a man got hold of It and then another and they all joined and followed Jeff up the street just like they do
In moving pictures when the tramp
steals a banana. Anyhow, when Jim
got to the Merchants bank on Spring
Btreet, there were a couple of hundred people right after him.
When Jim went In ids followers
stood outside, lt was then that the
historic gentleman who finds mischief
for Idle hands to do got in fine work
and suggested to some Innocent bystander that there was a run on the
bank. The cry spread like wildfire
and before the bank clerks had time
to realize what was happening, the
office was full of people demanding
their money. It was a case for drastic measures and a hurry call was
sent in to the police to clear the
streets, which were by this time
blocked by thousands of anxious depositors.
lt was some time before one of the
bank officials could explain to the
depositors already in thc office what
was tbe matter and the quietly withdrew. When it was all over Jeffries,
the innocent cause of it all, went hack
to his hotel, more worried about one
big black man than about all the bank
runs that ever happened.
A block of ten lots, close to new school and facing four streets $3100
ONE  ACRE in West End, facing Seventh avenue    and    Hamilton
st reet     $2600
8 LOTS ON 6EVENTH AVENUE, a grande  location   (West End).
$525 each, one-fourth cash, balance ln six and twelve months.
8 LOTS ON DUBLIN STREET��� $375 each,  one-third cash, six and
eighteen months (South slope).
2  LOTS  ON   LOMDON   STREETS���(South    s^ope),   $375    each.
4 LOTS ON  EDINBURG street���$375  each.
If you  are  looking Tor  an INDUSTRIAL SITE, see us.   We control  some of the btfst water frontage on the Fraser river.
White, Shiles & Co
628 and 746 Columbia Street, New Westminster, B.C.
Main Office Phone R8S Branch Office Phone L85
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Mill.
mery
B.C. Mills
imber  and  Trading   Co.
M mutacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
.UMEBR. LATH, SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
'URNED WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
'elephone   12 New Westminster Box  137
ft* nm & ii! uf^4XsLii
HARRY TIDY. Manager.
Engagement of
MAY ROBERTS
And Her Company
Winnipeg, March 7.���As the bonspiel is now over aud most of the
hockey championships settled, the lacrosse fans in Winnipeg and the west
will soon begin to sit up and take notice. Last year, especially toward the
lend of the season, the national game
began to show signs of recuperation,
and it looks as though another
year or two it may be In the prairie
! provinces what it was a fi w seasons
ago, and what it Is now In the cast
and on the Pacific coast.
One of the reasons why the teams
are not more numerous is the fact
', tbat there is no age limit in the junior
; series, as is the case In the C. L. A.
land tlu- O. 11. A., in Ontario. The re-
suit is thru there is practically no difference between the juniors and intermediates, or between the Intermediates and seniors, if there is a
senior series. Tlie adoption of an age
limit, of say twenty years, would at
once have the effect of doubling the
number of junior clubs in the league.
and moreover would compel the present junior teams to go luto either the
intermediate or senior ranks.
J. 11. Treleaven, the well-known local enthusiast and former W. C. L. A.
president, said the other day that be
would like to see such a rule in force.
and that he thought it would be a
great boost for the league and for lacrosse in general in Manitoba. Mr.
Treleuvm thinks that this question
will be brought up at the next annual
meeting, which will probably be held
next month.
Mr. Treieaven said that all the
clubs in the W. C. L. A. would be
back in line and a lot of new ones
especially if it is decided to have a
junior age limit.
Vancouver Bowlers TonighL
To night a team of Vancouver bowlers will play their regular weekiy
game here.
o
penmg
Three   Nights   Commencing
THURSDAY,   MARCH   10.
Thursday���"The Adventuress."
Friday���"A Grass Widow."
Saturday���"The    Judge    and    the
Girl."
Popular   Prices : 25c,   50c   and   75c.    Tickets   on sale at
Ryall's, Monday, March 7.
Colord   Baseball   Nine.
New York, March 7.���According to I
President Lawson, of the United
Siaii s league, the new Eastern outlaw baseball organization, the entire
team of the Cuban giants has been
signed to represent Lawson's club at
Paterson, N. J., thus having a nine
composed entirely of negroes. Law-
son says the league lias been incorporated under the laws of Delaware,
the capital stock being fixed tit $100,-
000.
We will be pleased to see one and all tke ladies
of the city, on Thursday and Friday, March 10th
and 11th, at our First Showing ot Spring Millinery
in New York patterns of Dress and Tailored
Hats. Also a large assortment of French Flowers,
Fancy Trimmings and Veiling. '
I
This Week's Bowling  Fixtures.
Tuesday���Vancouver team here.
Wednesday���Local bowlers will attend V. B. C. ball in Vancouver.
Thursday���Wilson and Burden vs.
Bog and Campbeh for championship
medals.
Friday���B. C. Telegraph league.
For CHILLIWACK I
AND     UPRIVER
A N D I N G S
THE  NEW STEAMER
S.S. PAYSTREAK
Wi|l Leave Brackman-Ker Milling Company's Wharf, New Westmins
t��r, With  Passengers and  Freight, on
TUESDAY, MARCH 15th, 1910, at 8 a.m.
Regular sailings after above date as follows:
Leave  New Westminster Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leave Chllllwaok Wednesday, Friday a'nd Sunday at 7 a. m.
F|RST CLASS  PASSENGER ACCOMODATIONS
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
NEW  WESTMINSTER
Overall Signs Contract.
Vlsalla, Ca... March 6.���-After lidding out for more salary for some time,
Orvai Overall, the Giant club pitcher,
came to terms yesterday with President Murphy of the Chicago National
League Club. Overall, who left tonight to join his team-mates at New
Orleans, intimated to friends here
that this may be his last year in professional baseball.
Strike May Spread
Across Continent
(Continued From Pago One.)
sitioln to know being able to agree on
the number Of men on shine..
The labor leaders dcelared that
the sympahetlc Btrike .has affected
more than 100,000 persons, while the
director of public safety, Henry Clay,
today declared that lie,had no reason
to chatige the announcment made on
Saturday that not more than 20,000
workers responded to the call of the
union leaders.
With the exception of a few isolated attacks on cars ln widely separated parts of the town, there were
no disturbances reported and the city
was practically as quiet as on any
ordinary working day.
Reports that the city administration contemplated the arrest of the
strike leaders o��n a charge of conr
spiracy were denied by Director Clay.
' The strike leaders did not take the
report seriously, but at the same time
they took the precaution of looking
up bail In case the city authorities
I decided to take them into custody on
some charge.
Where They Train.
The  training    camps  of    the  big
leagues are as follows:
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Pittsburg  at   Hot   Springs,  Ark.
Chicago at New Orleans, La.
New York at Mar.in Springs, Texas,
Cincinnati  at Hoi  springs,  Ark.
Philadelphia   at    Southern    Pines,
N. C.
Brooklyn at  Hot Springs, Ark.
St. Louis at  Little Hock, Ark.
Boston at Augusta, Ga.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Detroit at San Antonio, Texas.
Philadelphia at Atlanta, Ga.
Boston at Hot Springs, Ark.
Chicago at Los Angeles, Cal.
New York at Athens, Ga.
Cleveland at  Alexandria, La.
St. Louis at Houston, Texas.
Washington at  Norfolk, Va.
THE MISSES
CONNOR & McQUARRlE
627 Columbia Street
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Painting Season}
Here
So we are 4ooking for
you. We have the Paint
you shouid use:
Known as
S. W. P.
Finest in the World.
KIRK'S HARDWARE
Columbia Street
KODAKS
Now is the time
to Kodak. Full
supplies
Cameras and Photo
Supplies
Cheapest place
in the city for
Spectacles 50 cents up
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
EMPLOYERS LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
ffORKMBN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
jj, VEHYTHINQ to gain tind small chance to lose by so doing.
R
0
EHSONS other than employees accidentally Injured about the premises Invariably sue for damages.
EGAItDLESS of their own responsibility for the accident, or the
existence of negligence on the Part of others.
N the slightest pretext employees may sue you, even for accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
HE suit may be brought against you long after th�� occurrence of the
accident by which he was injured.
MPLOYERS and business me��\ can ill afford to assume the risk of
i      this ever-Increasing and uncertain liability.
'REDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms is
i      sometimes seriously Impaired by such damage suits.
'O go to law means loss of time, money, endless annoyance and
worry. �����
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OUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are insured. i  J 4(i M��j.i I*.' ���. e'.ii?_ft J3_H1
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-
i gers* Assurance Company you will save money and time aind be
relieved from all such annoyances.
Alfred W. McLeod
Phone 62 " The Insurance Man'
657 Columbia St.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY,
MARCH
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-X���I--X���I���I- ��h..h^~H~H*'I*4~H~��**H*W**!* ���I~H~M"H*,5**
WHEN WE SAY
I
we believe Sapperton to be a land J
of Great Promise, we can give a |
reason for the faith that is in us.  i
Did you ever stop think what
is actually going on in
TO-DAY
Yes, right now whilst you are |
i reading this notice there are busy J
jj working away at their different
jobs, scores of men, pioneers of
| great industrial concerns clearing *
sites, building factories and making ready for the greatest industrial  boom that has ever been
known in any city.   Before the j
end of this summer there will be *
in steady employment thousands |
of men in these new industries.    ��
I How many are there in this *
t district to-day who know that in J
| Sapperton the sites of TWO Ab-1
? attoirs are nearing readiness for I
t the builder. How many are there |
who know that the Glass Works
are soon to open up with Pennsylvania capital and energy behind
them. In short, how many of you i
are there who really know your J
Sapperton? I
When we talk ground floor, its f
| ground floor we mean, and to-day |
prices are are as low as they ever |
J will be and if you wish to be J
t amongst those who will, early this i
summer, reap large profits on land |
deals, you must  get in  NOW. $
Prices are hardening every day t
and one day missed means higher i
cost values and consequently less \
profit. ::
��� -e
The hardest headed men in the i
real estate business in Vancouver $
are buying very heavily for sum- ::
mer advances. If it's good enough ��
for them is it not also good enough J
for you.
We can sell you Sapperton J
property at lower prices and on f
better terms than anyone else.
district council! BEIICVES YUKON ON
tVE OF GREAT
SURREY.
The council met in tlie Town ball,
Surrey Outre, on Saturday, .March 5,
the Reeve and ail the members being
present. The minutes of the previous
meeting wore read and confirmed.
Communications were received and
deall  with as follows:
From Owen M. Grant making application for the surplus from the tax
sale of Lots 66 and (IT. Block 2. subdivision of Section 36, B. 5, N. R. 2
W.    Received  and cheque issued.
From Cunningham ;i.nl Clegg re
selling to the council tli^' N. !- ol
s. B. % of Section 10, Twp, 2. Received.
From William Shannon re purchase of Lots 2 to ti. ir> to 21, li.ock
11, subdivision S. E. U Section 4,
Twp. 9.   Received.
From C. J. Fagan, secretary, re
grant to Anti-Tuberculosis society.
Received and Kraut of $ii0 made.
From Whiteside and Edmonds saying they had been consulted by Mis.
T. J. Woods with reference to the
condition of the Coast Meridian road
ditch, that there had been unreasonable delay in completion, which had
put their client to great inconvenience
and loss: that thej were aware she
was notified to construct her portion
but that it would be quite useless unless the other parties to the award
were compelled to complete their portions to furnish an out.et; that Mrs.
Woods was ready to do her portion
of the work, and asking tbe council
to see that the work was completed
as soon as possible. Received, clerk
to reply that the matter will be attended to.
From R. L. Beaulleu, Resident Engineer, G. N. R. railway re their right
of way fence encroaching on the Lad- '
ner road near the south line of Sec- I
tion   21.     Received   and   referred   to
Councillor Murphy.
From A. Philip. C. M. C, North Vail- ;
couver, enc.osing copy of resolution
passed by his council, that the Attor-
ney General ue asked to introduce a
bill that every bona fide owner of
property of $100 value, whether under j
reglstred or unregistered deed or under an Agreement of Absolute sale,
shall have the right to vote at Municipal elections. Received and resolution endorsed.
From  SneLlng  Bros,  re assistance j
in  clearing the  Hunt   Road  and put- :
ting in culverts.    Received.    Cou.cll
unable  to grant  assistance.
From Mrs.    I.  Burton    MacKenzie j
and Mrs. lt. Fallowfield on behalf of I
St.  George's  Guild  of  Nlcomekl,  ap- ,
plying for a
waik across
SUED HIS PRIES!
AND GOT DAMAGES
Residents of Dawson City I
Angry Over Statements!
Made by Albert Beaudette
Dawson, V.T., March 6.-
dyke has been roused to
protest   over  Interviews
pn ss of Canada and the
-The  Kion-
a storm of
given    the
oi uuiuaua ami tne States    re-
centij  by Albert ,1. Beaudette,   formerly of the mining department of tlie
government in the Yukon,  In which
be i. quoted as saying that prospecting is a thing of the past In the Yukon,
the prospector is a rare bird, and the
Yukon Gold company is the only out-
lit  washing gold.    The citizens have
voluntarily   subscribed  to  a   fund   to
contradict this assertion as widely as
possible     Acting    Governor     Arthur
Wilson on receiving copies of the interviews immediately volunteered the
following  statement    for  the    press:
"There is more systematic  prospecting being done in this territory now
than at any  lime since the advent of
the white man.   The fulh of our people  in  the permanency of this country as a great mining district is more
firm   today   than   at  any   time   since
IRobt.  Henderson made his discovery.
'More  money  is  being  spenl   by    our
citizens   generally   now   ill   legitimate
land   systematic   prospecting   than   in
any other period of our history."    Mr.
| Wilson also names many other large
'dredging concerns besides the Yukon
Gold company now operating iu the
[ Yukon   and   washing  and   marketing
gold.
The Dawson News editorially says
.such statements cannot be too severely condemned and endorse Acting
Governor Wilsm's statements. The
paper Bays no greater number of men
j was ever engaged in quartz mining in
the Yukon than now and many times
as many piacer prospectors are now
scouring the hills and valleys as
whit.) the greatest placer strike of
history was made. The paper quotes
the official reports written by Mr.
Beaudette and now tiled at Dawson
and Ottawa with tlie governor's reports in which Mr. Beaudette gives
the names of the various dredge companies working in the Yukon and data
on individual work; wherein lie
names operations in various parts of
the territory by individual placer and
Parishioner Claimed Ho Had
Been Slandered During
Church Service.
CANADA'S HEVEJUit B
���� Mill!
Ottawa,
nue for the
liseal   year
pared   wilh
.March
III Bl
"'"   '"till ���
was   ] , 'lll80'HJ
$76,504 ' *8��>id
period last year. I ,**���*]
same   period    wen
against $67,004,842 f, ,      '    *    ]
months  last  year. V    elenl
February was $8 I " '     '���
With $6,467,186 for Fe^l
During   February   the  L^H
was decrease^ by on,      lu����c <iH,
millions. " ' a Maflj
ON  JOURNEY TO Bi,
Sherbrooke, Que., Match 7.���A rather interesting ease was called in the
superior court, before Mr, Justice
Hutchinson,   it was thai of a parish- ���
inner  named  B   Rioii\.  suing  his  par- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
isli priest, Kev. Father Bernier, of the
parish of Emberton, for $5,000 dam-   KING will play bridge
ages for slander. ^^^ ^^^
From the facts as laid before the
I court, for no evidence was laid, it
I would appear that some time back the
I plaintiff made application to have his
child baptized on the day It was born,
as is the custom among French-Ca-
iiadians, but the parish priest refused
to do BO, stating that he could OOt perform the ceremony because Riouz had
| not  paid his tithes.
The plaintiff laid the matter before
Bishop Larocque, who told him to go
home and again approach the cure. A
second time he refused, and the plaintiff then took his child to the parish
of l.a Patrie, where the pries! of that
parish performed the ceremony These
facts happened within a week, and il
was on tlie following Sunday that the
defendant ln the course of his sermon
accused the plaintiff of circulating
false stories around the parish; that
he was damned, and had the mark
of a damned person on his forehead,
and that he would go to heil.
When his Lordship had heard the
stated facts from both sides, he remarked that he thought ii was a case
that should never have been brought
to  court,  and advised    a settlement,
��� I |
for %. |
long jiv
jsistance to buil.l a side-jqUartz prospectors and miners.    His
portion of the  K. and   rep0rt dated April 1 last says the in-
md M. ll. road to enable settlers in
Kensingtcn Prairie to attend the
church.   Received.
Six applications were received for
the position of Road Supervisor and
upon a ballot being taken J. C. S.
MacKenzie was elected at a salary of
$150 per month.
Two applications for position oi
Assessor were received, J. C. Cavers
being elected on a ballot being taken,
at a salary of $300. The Assessor to
begin his work by March T and complete uud return the rod to the clerk
by May 15, 1910.
Estimates of the School Trustees
for the year 1910, amounting to $4050
were passed.
The Surrey temporary loan bylaw
was reconsidered and finally passed.
The Reeve and Councillors    Keery
and MacKenzie were appointed a com- i
mlttee to look after the Rock crusher j
and engine and if the engine test  is j
satisfactory,  to  have  power  to  close
a deal for it and report at next meeting.
Councillors Inglis aud Keery were
appointed a committee with power io
act, to locate and build a powder mag- I
azine at Surrey Centre.
A. I).  Matheson was appointed    to '
take  charge  of  the  accounts  of  the !
dividual miner has given way to the
large operator and has gone to develop the outlying districts. The News
emphasises the fact that Beaudette
does not say they have left the territory. The report tells of eight bun- |
dred assays made at the government ;
ofiice at Whitehorae.
The Klondyke is just now opening
some of the richest quartz e\�� r found
in Canada and it Is believed by many
here is on the eve of a boom that will '
rival Tonopah, Cobalt and Cripple
Creek.
Mr. Beaudette recently was re- ,
leased from the government service !
here on the ground of retrenchment
but it is now reported tbat Ottawa
plens engaging a mining engineer to
assist in opening the many promis-
j ing quartz properties.
Orangemen Draw lip
Political Platform
(Continued  from Page One)
Canada, or nny  of the  provinces, or
drafts    from    the    public
treasury,   and   a,l    teachres    therein
should be duly qualified and  in  pos-
Evans & Darke
706 Columbia Street
Phone 512 New Westminster, B.C. |
4,H..|..|..|..M"I"I"I"I"I"l"li^iM"I"I"l"M��H��H"
Cloverdaie Public hall and pay Inter" I receivins
est on mortgage and also bills against
the hall.
An appropriation of $200 was made -
for  the Johnston  road, north  of the j sef l���� ��L* ?a��_"!���m!nt certificate
railroad in Ward three, and $101) for
the Wilson road in Ward five.
The following accounts were passed
and cheques Issued:    II. Morey and
Co., one  letter  book.  $3.20;   Jackson
Printing  Co.,   printing,   $63.45;   The
Columbian Co.. Ltd. advertising $8.40;
Join W. Smith, secretary, for use of
Tynehead   Public   bail   for   elections,
$:',;   Surrey Shingle Co. Ltd.. powder.
caps and bolls, Ward three, $9; C, J-
Fagan, secretary, grant to Anti-Tuberculosis Boclety,  $60;   J.  J.   Brudvlk,
work   lljorth  road,  Ward one,  $2.50;
.Malcolm   Mclsaae   work   KJorlh   road.
Ward one, $10",   Ceo.  II.  Wales  work
C.  V. road.  Ward  one. $17.60;     Win.
Hicks,  work  C.   V.   road,    Ward  one,
$::o;  Geo. w. Atchison work on culvert.  South   Wesl minster, Ward  two,
$0; H. C. Brice, Inspection o! culverts
and report, Ward two, $15: Fred Pep-
In, police services re Kley and Thompson. $12; A. D. Matheson, services re
Jap murder, $23,55, two months' salary, $10; Thos. Faliowfield, work on
C. M. road, Ward four, $7.50; Charlie
Peschke, repairs II. P. road, Ward
five, $7.50; E. M. Carncross account,
salary $33.50, -account commission,
$16.60; Thos. J. Sullivan, expenses
as delegate to Victoria, $12.50; R. D.
MacKenzie, expenses as delegate to
Victoria, $12.50.
The council then adjourned to meet
again on Saturday, March 19, at one
o'clock p.m.
n. The enactment of such laws and
; the necessary amendment of such ex-
I isting laws as  have for their object
the curtailment of vice and tbe social
and  moral uplifting of our Canadian
people.
10. The gradual suppression and
elimination of th evils Of the .iquor
traffic and the encouragement of the
most democratic means toward that
end.
11. The retention of the Holy Bible
as a necessary factor in the administration of oaths.
i 12. Full recognition In every prov-
inve of the Dominion of marriages
performed by any qualified clergyman
,of any religious denomination, or any
(other person vested by the law with
that power, and  the penalization of
i any wliful interference wilh the marriage ties because of re.lpious differ- ,
ences.
AT THE HOTELS
SIX HUNDRED WORKMEN
WALK OUT ON  STRIKE
Glen Fads, N. Y., March 7.���A general strike of all employes of the Palmer Falls piant of the International
Paper company���firemen, engineers,
and carpenters exepted���was ordered
yesterday. Over six hunodred walked
out. The strikers say the cause of
the strike is the failure of the company to grant a promised raise in
wages.
Russell.
Colswortli, Vork, England.
Keekwlth, Victoria.
Shnnd, Tacoma.
neauhier, Seattle.
Howes, Vancouver.
M. n.
J. L.
C. F.
R. L.
E. B.;
E. B. Parkinson, Vancouver.
E. It. Bailey, Kelowna.
F. P. Watson, Vancouver.
R. M. Sheffield, Vancouver.
W. H. Peck and wife, Victoria.
W. B. Ralley, Montreal.
W. A. Dietrich, Goderich.
Windsor.
George H. Andrews, Boston.
T. C. Roves, Monroe, Wash.
G. W. Hall, Sumas.
J. R. Miller, Vancouver.
E. Breckenrldge, Mission.
M. Druskin, Mission.
J. Lecky, Coqultiam.
Mrs. Captain Reid, Albion.
London, March "
I leave  London  on Thursday
'. ritz.    The tedium of hi
to  the  south  of  France win &  i
ileved by many rubbi i   , i bridJ|
be  has jusi  had a special      ,
installed in bis prlvab
so   perfectly   halaiie, fl
| Hon is felt.    It has beci
ly thai the king's l_t< :
: vorite game is waning
���no  longer sits at  a card table fori!
whole evening, but during ;'   '
to   Biarritz   he   certain
revive his interest in tb,
c r
noticed m
���' In hit fc|
I   '
tne josritjl
Intends
��� ���::.���
giving the parties ball
suit   together.    At  the
period it  was repoi ���
thai the defendant had ,
$75 as damages, and  tl
action.
Tbe court remarked that it wastbl
proper course to folio ��� \
lated   the   parties   on   i
amicable settlement
an hour toe*
���id of fluj
��� com
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The wonderful progress of Canada is illustrated by  ths fact    .tt the
finest Cocoa in the world U made ther*.
COWAN'S '
PE.RFE.CTION
COCOA
Il the purest and the best and Is fast becoming the beverage
for old and young.
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for
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garments are unquostlonab
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est made in Canada and are "'
high quality that tbey are Ben'
regarded as the standards Bind
dels  of  style,   fit   and   tailoring.
$10.00, $15.00,
$20 to $35
A Suit
We want you to give our store tlie
m
opportunity of showing you the garments in stock, and the many beautiful Spring and Summer Cloths In
weaves to suit every imaginable taste
I REID V CO.
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The STORE of SATISFACTION
601   COLUMBIA   8TREET
Phone  442.
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'     .   , jESDAY, MARCH 8, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
RN CANADA POWER
feiVlLEGES M-LAW, I9I0 Srjffig St
��� to enable the Western Can-
Power Company, Limited, to
ki|  electric  current  within    the
rate limits of New Westmin-
is the
kpany
Western Canada PoW-
surface of the ground, or eight, inches
in diameter ;it a,,, top were the arm
is affixed to tlie pole, and sludl be
ssed ami painted
ground to the
satisfaction of the foreman of the
Board of Works for the time being
of thc Baid Corporation.
(b) The Baid Company shal nnd
will from tin,,, to time, and ai al.
times  during  the  erection   of    any
poles, the laying  or Btrthgins  -' July
wires nnd during repairs to and alterations of the same take due care
and proper precaution for the safety
and protection of foot and other pas-
PAGE SEVEN.
occasioned by  such
lence caused or
removal.
6. The Company shall and will
from time to time, and at all times
indemnify and save harmless the Cor-
poratlon trom any injury arising from
any casualty or accident to person or
property by reason of any neglect or
omission to keep the poles and wires
Company in a safe condition
of tl
IBSEN'S PARADOX.     ~1
	
Aa* the Intimate n< -lotion of Sefemo*
to Society.
rt>son, my great compatriot, has U
one of Ids works formulated the para-
dox thnt tlie man Is strongest who
stands most alone. Tl>-re Is certainly
lomo trutli ln this���nay, there Is much
troth In lt so far as science Is con-
find from till valid claims against tlie \ cerned. The man who in the search
Corporation for damages caused by ( for truth goes his way Independently
Bald wires or poles, or by any works, of other men and of other considers
alterations, repairs or improvements | tlons
In connection  with  the work herein
liWrous of entering into the   ��e��?f���rs' a,nd ,lf ho���* and carriages
desirous oi             s, passing  along    the    streets     lanes
.-  ww  Westminster  for the  i,i-Hl.,.< ,,,��� w ,           A ..A,         '
1  ,\l\v   vvcbi Driages or-hlghways ot the Corpora-
0�� supplying electric power  tion, c��n  which the erection   laying
|]      i purposes and other pur-  stringing   construction   alteration or
keideutal      '   "��� aIld " is ex"   repair  is being performed, and  will
that BUCh permission be gra_t-  nol  unnecessarily   Interfere with   or
ld compau:   upon the terms   Impede the public righl of traveling
Li, ter set out:        on such    public    highways,    streets,
|j, i icipal Couiacil oi'   lanes  and  bridges,  nor  In  any  way
ol   the  City of  New iobstruci  the entrance to any door or
as follows: gateway,  or Interfere  with  the  free
.   the  wor,t  "Com-   access to any building.
{i ��� tbe  Western Can-:    (C)    The Company shall before be
ginning
contemplated.
(7)   The Privileges hereby granted
to the Company shall absolutely cease
and determine after the expiration of
from the date hereof, un-
two
Jess prior to the expiration of such
term of two years the Company shall
have so completed their work as to
be ready to commence delivering
electrical energy and    power    within
s certainly the man who is apt
to Und the greatest ind most valuable
truth. On the other hand, It ls also
true that science moro than most other
things In life depends on co-operation,
on the help of one's fellow beings, and
this becomes more and more true every
day. Many people are apt to forge.
what science actually is and what they
owe to science, for It Is through nd
euce that modern society actually er-
ri
ey, Limited, its buc-
i ���:; ���.  the  word  "Cor-
I   mean   the    corpora-
i     i ,    of Ni w Westminster,
 a ii" shall  mean
ib   raid Corporation.
said  Company   may    con-
md ia lintaln and there
granted  to  the said com-
i, ci to the terms,
i   nant I   hereinafter
; erraisslon   to    construct.
in    i's      poh'S.     and
a   line  or  lines  of
ides  nnd across  or
public highway, streel or
the limits of the City
i   ter, i xcepi that pari
. i   li.'i went   Tenth
��� Leopold Place, and to do
may be necessary in
of  electrical    current
i i  and heating pur-
e term of fifty years
in reof.
���  shall not grant unto
the righl   or prlvll
i r for or operating
' ting business  within
limits during the said
ye ns, but any person
Mien      Who   is   a    CUS-
f
���mpany, and i    i
than tbe ;
-ower supplied
i ni of al
iny
any work within the limits
of the Corporation hereunder nnd
from time to time, as and when
the system may be altered or
extended, file with the Corj atiot i
plan showing the public highways,
streets, bridi eg or oth r
in which ii p opi ��� to erect po.es,
Btring win b or cables, lay conduits
1 ':    i    ': mlar pari thereof ll pro-
i"1 - ���   ' lupy  tor each   iui h  pur-
i"'   .  pri fen nee bell ig given  as far
sis possible to the use of Lanes   side
i ts or   alleys, and 11 at  the
time present and file with the
Corporation specifications of the f'l��r'-
trtcal conductors, wires, poles and
conduit: proposed to be erected or
laid by it, specifylna tha materia.s
and dimensions thereof, the height of
the wires. tl o de th or tl o
condul tl mi thods of Insulatlo i
and the devices to be used for the
protection of life and property, and
the said po.< s, wires, cables or con-
dull :' all be erected, strung or laid
as the case may be, in such nines
rnly as shall be agreed upon by the
Corporation and not otherwise;
(d)    That    the    poles,    wires and
conduits hereafter   to be   i rected in
pursuance of    such privileges    shall
i   .; b     '    Company for any
i for the purpc ��� i
hen ii:; efore i and the Com- j
pany shall  not  permit er allow any
other person,  persons or corporation
other  than   the  said  Corporation of
the   City   or    New   Westn inster     to
or  in   any   way    uti.ize  the  said
wires, conduits and other struc-
placed  on  said   streets in
the City or New Westminster, P.. C tots' and tno development of society u
(8) That nothing in this By-law ll ls to'1(lT would be Impossible If sei
contained shah be deemed lo confer snce were eliminated. Humanity li
or be construed as conferring any ox- growing; but, if science and the means
elusive right or pow.rs m or to the I created by science are not growing liu
said Company. ' ������-    ��������� ���
(9) Stave Lake Prlvilegeo By-law,
1907 is hereby ri pi aled,
''"' This V- law mav be cited ns
11 i "Western C i ad Power Prlvi-
I ���" ���   By lay,   1910 "
11' * Done and pai -��� l In Open
Council the 21sl day of February \
D., 1110.
JOHN   \   LKE   Mavor.
W.  A.  DUNCAN, City Clerk.
fL. &.)
"I
manity will have to look forward to a
I very miserable fid ure.   Therefore tbe
nation that wishes to be cared for
i ���ubI  supp iri      ��� ice and  those vho
Iar1'.'  ou st; ork.   S< lence will
j Uve her own I ll ��� ��� ��� | has done so evei
sine the .'..-.}���: when Prometheus maflo
; his fatal expedl Ion to the gods and
I Stole the fire which ts mure or less
j burning In every one of us and cannot
j be extinguished,    There is something
sublime In _lg everlasting fire of sel-
; ence.   Generation after generation dis
appears.  The Individual Ls nothing, but
always  "watchful  In  the tower  imuu
shall  remain  in  sleepless cuntemp.*
tlon."-~Dr, Nausea.
When this mark is on
the outside of a paint"
can, be sure that what's
inside is the paint it
will pay you best to put
inside or outside of any
building. It's youf
warranty of real paint value���because it means
paint permanence.    Trust it���you're surely safe.
IN     TINS     FROM     PINT      TO      GALLON 70*
Made   In   40   shades   for   every   pmnt  use
by Imperial  Varnlsb & Color Co., Toronto
(^)*  Anderson & Lusby
^�������� COLUMBIA STREET.
Hardwall Plaster
Lime, Brick, etc.
A WO
fill'   Stu:
LRFUL MEMORY.
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St.,  Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Bax 345
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******Ma*m*
Without the eon-
resolution
I heat, t
��� '   to the e���
"i   horse  pow, !'  '
.- plied by the Com),.
of generating Ugh
of the busini ss prom-   its
on, firm or corpora-  poles,
i ii  the  power supplied   tares to b
.   for power purposes  pursuance of ti.'.    agreement for amy
used. purposes whatsoeve
ny may during the sent of tho Corporation .
fty years use sueh of the Council flrsl having A0r,> 0D"
ibiie streets as may tainod.
be ereeted or own- j (0) The main transmission line of
ration for the pur- the Company when carried through
the Company's wire .the City of New Westminster shall
he terms anu con- jhfi at a height not less than fifty feet
i above tlie ground and shall be carried
along such location a; may b> ap-
proved by the Committees mentioned
in See. I. s. p. (b) hereof. The volt-
ace to be carried on any wire forming
pari of the Distribution system, and
not being the main transmission line,
shall not be pre iter than 2500 volts.
wlthou! the written consent of the
said Committer
...
tion  may withoui
or   liability,    but
onable and pro-
BltiOU   Of  Wiles
as the Com-
any   pole   or
the Company,
within the corppr-
purpose of carry-
AN PACIfIC
RAILWAY CO. !
Atlantic Express Leaves
Daily at 3:25 P. M.   j
i
.naklng   direct   connection.-    for    all i
points in Eastern Canada and l'nited
States.   Revelstoke local and connec- j
tion for Seattle and all points south
leaves  dally  at  8:35;   Agassiz   local i
at 0:35 p.  m.
For further particulars apply to
ED. QOTJLET,
C. P. H. Agent.
or C. B. FOSTER, A.G.P.A. Vancouver
Mar,:'
els over
marvels'
quest;,,a
was iii
suing b
Maretu
man
ti-.t :        V.   .
the ti   t.
The   p
tni-       ��� c.
tentivot
tnemor
i-etua Told   of a,   Viraiis
 n Marvel.
��� ��� us that during bis trav
he met the "marvel of
I.     The   marvel   In
.  young Corslcan who
r the purpose of pur-
i   at   tho   university.
h ard that the young
' with an extra >rdin ,rj
d to i   ��� the student to
way
half
Last
: id  Informed  the
lb ���  v, cinrterful  re-
"    '���' 11' ic i i'i
���  "��� ' : so gift*
wires
;"ii for
belonging to
its own  pur-
|
lfi Tlie Company shall provide all
insulators, safi ty devices and lightning arresters necessary for the proper insulation of their lines so as to
render them safe to the public, sueh
insulation or protection to be under
the Inspection and subject to the approval of the Committee mentioned
ln Sub-section (b) of Section 4 hereof.
(g)   Prior to the erection or repair
of any poles by the Company wliich
streets or lanes, or a portion thereof,
may render It   necessary to dig into
or in any manner interfere with any
the Company shall notify the Corpora- i
., ,tlon of their Intention to erect or re- I
ind  supervision of work as it      ,r as afol.esald mx\ Bhali obtain the |
,',;   fil- ..    'consent  in writing of the Committee
The Company shall pay to the  mentloned in BUh-sectlon  (bl of sec-
!nn,"ni; ,    .      tion 4 hereof, and the Company shall
In   each   and   every   calendar     ,(h0,a delay| not ln any case to cx-
to   and   including  the   year \_^ _0 )inl]rs  romovP all earth, sand.
each and every pole erected. >(lohHs  dirt or otner material and put
ned or used by the Company |)])o   Btreel   or  land  ki   as   equally   a
placing  .any   wire   or
i     : ole or poles belong-
;  tion, the Company
t consent in writing of
^ Chairman  of    the
Works,  and   Chairman   of
| itnmlttee of the said Coun-
time being,  and  it  shal.
for the said Mayor, Chair-
I thi   Hoard   of    Works    and
li      of the Light. Committee of
II 11 aforesaid in granting such
11        Impose such reasonable and
inditions  as  to position  of
tr  than   poles  belonging  to
���ration ten   (10)  cents per
the
pole
mm, and for each and every
' mgtng   to   the     Corporation
the Company for the carry-
iny   wire   or   wires,  five   (6)
- r pole per annum,
in   each   and   every   calendar
oni the year 1016 to the year
'Hi   inclusive,   for   each   and
pole i rected,  maintained,  kepi
1 i by the Company, other than
'"longing  to   the  Corporation
ty-flve   (25)   cents  per  pole  per
;l and  for each and every polo
iging   to   the   Corporation,   used
i'v Company for the carrying of
wire  or  wires  twelve and  onc-
t!2V_) cents per pole per annum.
1    In   each   und   every   calendar
11 "in   a.nd   including   the   year
to the end of the full term of
years,   as   herein   provided   lor,
1,11 every pole erected, main-
J. kept or UBed by the Company
than   poles   belonging   to   the
0,'atlcn, fifty (50) cents per pole
annum, and  for each and  every
'" longing   to  the
I" by the Company for the carrying
&llv wire or wires twenty-five (25)
Per pole per annum;  and the
Payments  shall  be   made   by
Company during   the month of
ember in each year upon the poles
pally erected, kept, maintained or
by the Company on the first day
|Jctober In such year.
Tlte permission hereby granted
[tne Corporation to the Company
pnstruct, erect nnd maintain poles
"iidults, and string and operate
' and cables along the sldefl and
|<'ss or under nny public highway
1 orldKe wltliin the limits of the
poratlon shall be subject to the
wing conditions, viz:
1*1   Tlte  line  poles   shall   not  be
������> 'ban 85 feet ln helght above the
good state of repair .and condition as
It was before it was broken or dug
or disturbed.
(10 The Company shall not cut
down or mutiiate any shade, fruit or
ornamental trees.
(i) The Company shall, whenever
required to do so by the Corporation, place their wires underground
as may he directed by the Council,
and subject to such conditions as may
be then imposed by the Council, and
remove   the   poles  and  wires  erected
and maintained hereunder, ami In
such event the Companj shall have
no claim for compensation, damage
or otherwise, In respect of such requirement, but this clause shall not
be put into operation un.ess and until nil Companies, persons and Corporations other than the City of New
Westminster conveying electrical energy for light, heat, power and other
electrical purposes shall be compelled
or agree also to place their wires underground,
(j) Whenever it shall be necessary
Corporation |in grading any street or land of said
City, or in building any sidewalk or
making any other Improvements
thereon, to move any pole or poles belonging to the Company, on or wliich
any line or lines, wire or wires, belonging to the Company shall be
stretched or fastened, the Company
shall upon receiving 48 hours notice from the Corporation's Engineer,
Contractor or other person having
charge of such grading or other improvement, move such pole or poles;
and if the Company upon such notice
shall neglect or refuse to move any
such pole or poles, then such pole or
poles shall be moved by the Board of
Works of the said Corporation at the
expense of the Company, and the
Corporation shall not be liable to the
j Company for any loss or inconven-
WH-N GOING ��AST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOU OVER
I "THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Yoai
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE       NORTH-WESTERN.       LTD.'
Embodies the newest and  best ideua
tor   COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY.     It is   lighted   with   uotb
, electricity and gas; the most brilliant-
| ly illuminated train in the world. The
l equipment consists of private pompart-
j ment cars, standard 16 section Bleep-
I ers,    luxurious dining car,    reclining
chair cars   (seats  free),  modern day
coaches and buffet, library and sniok-
mg ciii'-
For  Time  Tables,  Folders, or nny
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash.
GO   YEAR3*
EXPERIENCE
'ATENTS
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
patent n.
Ii'tili Munn * Co. tecolv*
tho
l'.,t,.nti tnken tiirmiKh Munn & O
Scientific American.
Ahandfomulym-tratc'dwecklr. Lament olr-
ArtSuSTo* ,ny goientlilo journal. Termsi foi
Hu'ia'ii" 1X1 "a yew. lK��ta���� prepaid. Sold by
ul! I'crvBdenlor*.. ,.        ������     a
"'""<_Offl"e. 4��F Bt- WMWaatou.��. _
ADVERTI8E IN THE NEW8.
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rn'.i -
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In that fai ti  y :' ��� .     Id repeat
many as 3 ." 0 ���>. n Is It read ovt r t<
him but on i M iretus and three dis
Unguis! et , cti ins agreed to test th<
accuracy of the statement.   A commit
tee visited lhe stui I of extraordinary
memory and foun i him willing to sub
mil to the ordeal. Accordingly there
was read over to him au almost inter
mlnable list of words Strang together
without stiy consecutive order and
without any meaning whatever.
Tbe young man stood all the time
with his attention deeply fixed and his
eye- half closed. When the long string
of words had been rend off ho looked
up cheerfully sud repeated the whole of
the uninteresting catalogue of words
without a single faulL Then to show
how carefully his wonderful memory
had retained every word he went
through tbe list backward. When that
task was finished he took each alternate word���first, third, fifth, etc.���and
repeated them until the company was
thoroughly convinced that they were In
the presence of the most wonderful
prodigy of memory that the world had
ever produced.
The A.*aT*gty Mam.
���Tlie average man when he Is i
boy." a trifle lnvolvedly ruminated t_��
old codger, "decides that when he
grows up he will be a drum major or ��
bandit, triumphantly ���urrlve battle*
shipwrecks and boloauurts nod gallantly protect innocence a��d beauty Id
dtou-ess. But Om trentf* bojr wkoa he
otcomea a _��vo u_4s hl������*f so b_y
satisfying tlte s.*fSf*tM*A at tbe alwayt
hungry tamhmtt*. tmaUararfag to
achieve but aa*ax ������*���!__* tbe emi-
MDce of beta* tbe bead of b_ own
beusehold, ��_m_�� at tba aaraattt so
UcitaUon at Mi many MaatU tbe political prflMt���MMS wU_ ttstarar eludes
hlui, Mia*M**t tbe pWenter bte_d of
bealth ittsssr tb*t wiB It.)*��� blm tb-
toast, i ���������!���! sAsr ��f away from
���ometb-c ���* aO****\ l��H| <** a few
well chasm vwk, toyta* to eoileet ot
wr.de tbat wMeb _ Jwtly eMttog to
trim, ptomttac bto w_*���� HtotKe^ ac
���oinuUttof betfc���y, ��rtnt1i< with
tride er vtowlac wKb abm. MdMM
ud so tat4_, tbe* bef ��m be bae time to
Im anything man pubrteriat than
���ne of tbe dpbwB of tbe mOUooa that
luhtblt this laaa at tbe free bia mes
friends are walking atow beMsd him
end saying tbat BUI waa a pretty ���<>���*
teller, but���and hie wemeo frlemdi are
chastenedly wondarlag b��w eoen tb*
widow will marry again. Tbafe aT
there le to the average man."���Puck.
Mueh  Law, l��ocr Oentt.
Among lawyers there ls a aaytai
that in the trial of a case an attorney
If light on facts must be heavy on law.
The other day an attorney was prepar
tog to leave his office ln one of the big
office buildings to go to the courthouse
to try a case. From the shelves of bia
library he had taken many large law
books containing decisions and opinions ot higher courts. At Intervals ���
boy went ln and out of the door, and
each time he bore In his arms a stack
of tte books, which be carried to u
express wagon that stood in tbe street
below. The attorney was to use tba
books ln tbe courtroom. Anotber lawyer, wbo to ot southern birth and wbo
always addresses his friends with
mne army title, watched the boy at Ito
went In and out carrying tbe law
books. Tben be dug his hands deep
Into bit trousers pockets and said tt
the lawyer:
"Well, aih'U sweah, kunnel, yon mutt
faa</e no cat* at alL"���Kansas OUT
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Cars leave the depot every
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city  line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on tlie hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at (.-.20 a. m
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes alter the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6: SO
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COLUMBIA STREET.
For first-class cut (lowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davies
Gn enbouse, RHUS
A lawsuit between the Hill-Tout
Lumber company and Pettlpiece and
Crawford, involving about $75, will be
heard mi the county court today.
Fales, the home furnisher. Carpets
galore  at  knowndown  prices. **
For furniture, carpets, linoleums,
etc., try the New Furniture Store.
Denny ii Galloway, 43 Sixth street. **
For window shades, lace curtains,
etc., go to Fales', Agnes street.      **
Get in early with your paint work.
Now is the time to see I. Hudson.
Sixth  Street. **
The members of the Pbilathea society will meet at the residence ot
.Vflss Kditli Curtis. 44 Merrivale street,
at  7: lib o'ciock this evening.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Keith, Mrs.
Rogers and .Mrs. .1. lv Insley have returned from Belllngham, where they
attended the Odd Fellow's convention
on Saturday.
See W. K. Fales for quality and
prices. We lead in furnituie values. *
A young Englishman named Mortimer was taken to tlie Royal Columbian hospital yesterday suffering from
a bad cut In the arm which he received while working at the Fraser
River mills.
Got any papering and patining to
do?   If so, see I. Hudsti.i, Sixth street.
Miss Laird will sing where? Opera
House, 15th Inst. **
Two carloads of steei girders from
the Canada Foundry company, of Toronto, have arrived for the B. C. E. R.
towers to carry the power wires
across the Xew Westminster bridge.
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Fales���The  leader.    2.000  yards  of
matting today at -Uc per yard.      ***
Lots in Sapperton are selling fast;
we still have a few left at $350 on
easy   terms,   $75  cash  and    $15   per
month.    These should be taken up at   jn ^
once.    White.   Shiles   &   Co.,   Columbia St. ***
Joseph Brown, of Mud Bay, who was
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Building Paper, Nails and
Flashings sent to your jobs by
calling up Phone 281.
by ringing  up
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HARDMAN'S
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Fales'   offer   today:    First   quality
printed linoleum, 40c per yard; inlaid
f  linoleum, i)0c per yard up. **
: The Ladles of the Maccabees will
i meet on Wednesday afternoon at
three o'clock, in the old 1. O. O. F.
hall. A large gatherrng is desired, as
important business is to come up for
discussion.
slight gunshot wounds, and who was
considered to be completely recovered,
ls back in the hospital again, threatened with blood poisonitig from one
of the wounds.
Granite lodge K. of P., wil, visit
Mount Pleasant lodge, Vancouver, on
Monday evening next. Yesterday
evening D. G. C. Evans and a number
of Vancouver Knights paid a fraternal
visit  to Granite  lodge.
We have just received five of the
latest   models    in    typewriters,   with
ten, fifteen and eighteen inch  (Inter-
j changeable)  carriages.    Call and  see
them at our new branch. 746 Colum-
and list your property with us, or ��� bia street, three doors from B. C. L\
Kellington Brothers, real estate
agents and brokers, corner of Beegbie
and Columbia streets (next to Gamon's
Cigar Divan), specialists iu waterfrontage and industrial sites. Phone
fiSO
write to Kellington,
40.
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THE WORLD
depends mostly in specialized ability.
The best paid men and women in the
business world are specialists. Are
you a specialist? If not take up our
special course of business instruction.
It will double your wage earning capacity. We are helping a great number of ambitious young men and women.    WHY NOT YOU ?
Westminster Modern
Business School
A. L. BCUCK, Principal.
610   Columbia St.
A   waitress
Kenny's cafe.
is   wanted   at
O. Box
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once  at
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We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms find
individuals, and sliall be pleased to
meet or correspond witli those who
contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts.
If you haven't a Savings Account
NOW is the best time to start one
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital   Paid-Up    $5,000,000
Reserve       5,700,000
Total Assets   70,000,000
New Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F. SHUTE. Manager.
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
To the Housewife the Electri c Sad Iron is the greatest boon possible. No device has so lessene d the household labor. The Electric
Sad Iron is so simple that a eh iid can operate it; and it can be used
in any part of the house wher e 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.
| K. station.    Seventeen cents a day is
| all you need pay to own one.    White,
Shiles ic Co. **
The removal of the surface earth
on Columbia street has now been com-
I pleted as far up as tlie fireball. The
I workmen will have to leave a few
I yards there to enable the firemen to
I get their apparatus out in case of tire.
A new 5-roomed house with nice
I garden can he bought for $l,7i>0 on
easy terms. Furniture and all complete can be had if required, as owner
is going away. Apply Box 694, New
Westminster. ***
No trace was found yesterday of
Coliu Taylor, supposed to have been
drowned off the Gilley wharf. It is
thought that he has a sister living in
Victoria, but no one seems to know
whether this is correct or not. ChTet
Bradshaw would appreciate any" information wliich might lead to the
locating of the man's relatives in the
old country.
For fresh Carnations, promptly delivered, phone K208, Davies' Greenhouse. **
The competitive plans for the new
hospital, which were submitted by
architects from all over the country,
have been sent to Victoria, where they
will be examined by the government
architect, Mr. Rattenbury. After Mr.
Rattenbury has thorough.y examined
all the designs submitted, he will report to the building committee of the
hospital. He will not make a decision
on the plans, but will point out to
the committee the good and) bad
points of each one, and the latter body
will make the final choice. It will be
some weeks yet before the matter la
finally settled.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
English Watc'in-kT
Gold Watcjes for Ladies from $12.n
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
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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: Four
bedrooms, drawing room, dining room,
hall, sitting room, den and kitchen,
also large attic and cellar. House
nearly new and beautifully papered
throughout.
$500 cash, balance easy terms,
buys nice modern bungalow, near
Queens Park, lot 66x132. Good situation.
If you want a home, come and see
us. We can help you, and finance
any reasonable proposition.
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd
OPENING UP
OObS
WE are spending a good deal of our time
opening and marking the new goods. Never.
before have we received such large stocks of cverv
line. Every customer will find us ready to show the
new arrivals and we take great pleasure in inviting
one and all to visit our store and see the many new
fabrics, ready made garments, novelties, etc. It
is display time here so feel welcome to ask us re-
garding your wants.
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Waists
$1.75 Each
A new finish in a now material
known us "I.inene." Finish su
nearly resembles ilnen und
washes so well that it is sure
to  be  popular
Waists are made with tucked
front and box pleats, laundered
collars and cuffs. Friday and
Saturday, each   $1.75
Gymnasium
Sweaters
$1.25  to   $2.00   Each
Cashmere and Wool Sweaters
made to slip over head without
fastening. Quality extra fine
and weave Is even. Very suitable for gymnasium use. Colors
navy, white and cardinal, all
sizes.    Each  ....  $1-25 to $2.00
Fine English
Long  Cloths
12 l-2c to 25c per yard
A complete stock of tin
reliable    weaves   in    v.
tons and longcloths, all
in  Tripes,  Longclothi
Longcloths,    Harrocki      U ng-
cloths,  Linen  Cambric,
washed    cotton     and
cloth.
Fine French Serges
Fine Diagona! Twill Serges with a finish that is perfect.    Fashion decrees Immense popularity for
good serges.   We have made ready for a large demand.
Fine   Colored  Serges  i_i brown, grey, green, cardinal, taupe and navy, per yard      65c to 90c   j
Black and Navy French Serges
Fine heavy suiting weight of a quality reliable, no matter what service   may    be  required  of It
Especially desirable for suits, skirts or coats, per yard     $1.10  and  $1.25
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IMMENSE SHOWING
of
Prints, Ginghams,
Chambrays and Muslins
15c Per Yard
Hundreds of New pieces of of our usual well known quality of Hard to
Beat English Prints, Plain and Fancy Ginghams, Dimities, Muslins, etc.
Absolutely fast colors, new designs. Never before has such an enormous selection of Wash Fabrics found a place in our Wash Goods Section. See the big
display this week at, per yard, 15c TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1910.
[pEATH OF BED CHIEFTAIN.
issance Dead  After an  Interesting Care��r.
March   7.���The
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE NINE.
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NOTICE.
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take  notice  that  thirty  days  after
jdate, I, George B. Conner, of Matsqui,
B.  C., Intend  to  apply   to   Assistant
Commissioner  of   Lands,  New   Westminster District, for a license to pros-
pect  for coal  and  petroleum on and
,|an   Islands,     March   7
,f of Uie Indians of the Chris
l lands, David Aissance, Is dead 	
,.,','ial took place the other day 'under the following'.and s:
Viethodlst church here.   Am��ng     Commencing al a post  situated at
,,,1   whites   alike   the   "chief   ) tho southwest coiner of District Lot
,,���,.,-,, Ids word being as good   49,  group  2,   New   Westminster   Dls-
,l0iul I trict, and marked George B. Conner's
,eaih recalls many interesting   northwest corner, thence south along
,    in  wbicli  ids Chippewa  band   the  section   lints  between   section  32
,| concerned.   His people held  and 33, a distance of one mile, thi nee
11 por 190 pounds, the same  east to the western boundarv of Dis-
, ,  in trade, they  sold the   trie! Lol   17, group 2, New Westmins-
e. ',     penetangulshene   to   the  ter District, a distance of about, 45
I     fhe chief's grandfather   cliains, thence'north along the west-
"n acres of  land  belonging  to   ern boundary of District Lot 47, group
-'''.,'(',(lasii tribe for $16,000. This   2,  New  Westminster District, to the
oiitains at the present time   northwest    corner    of    said  Lot 47,
rJ TJcnefangulshene, Tiffin and  group  2,  a distance    of about    four
A    tillages.   At the time of .chains, thence east along the north-
""".',    nrlce  was    considered era boundary of District Lot 47, group
'1'' 2,   to  ��'ie   western   boundary   of   Dls-
rhlnnewa Indians are very re-  trict Lot 350,    Kroup 2.    New West-
,      v     The  turning  point in J minster District, a distance of ahout
       .   .......  115   chains,   tlience   north     along   the
westerly boundary of said District
Lot. 35(1, group 2, N'ew Westminster
District, to the northwest corner of
the said District Lot 356, group 2,
Now Westminster District, a distance
of about 5fi 1-2 chains, thence west
to the southwest corner of the southeast quarter of Section 33, Township
,,,,,..���   |ir      ft     distance      of      about      20
��i' ""' livert? "ol..andJ:";[.���*���'[chains,      thence     north      to     the
southeast corner of District
Lot 49, group 2, a distance of
about 19 1-2 chains, thence west
along the southern boundary of said
District Lot 49, group 2, to the point
of commencement, a distance of
about 40 chains.
GEORGE B. CONNER,
January 2ft, 1910. Locator.
career came In 1828. A Metlio-
ininister, Elder Case, assisted by
Averted Indian, Peter Jones, was
I, . revival meetings on Yonge
Toronto. Reports of the gath-
B,, nenet rated the woods of Gcorg-
%' B0 Chief John Aissance led
Inf his warriors to church. Their
carried them down Lake Sim-
rest  of  the trip being  made on
The   chief   was   converted   as
��� as many of his tribe.    On the
\n  journey   tbey  were    baptised
���ohed  in  the  church   at  llol-
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landing. , ,
,,, tne first, great difficulties were
Ussance was the proud posses-
1 ii,,ce wives; an associate chief,
enoo, had two, while many
I,...   of less prominence  had  more
1 ,���oper   number.     However.
ns agreed at once to divorce
la wives, so the problem was
evangelists and leaders were
I, eir bome, Sir John Colborne,
A GENUINE SNAP
We can deliver 160 acres
in Cloverdale, adjoining
town site, at $100.00 per
acre. Trie very cheapest
buy In trie market to-day.
GREAME & SHIRLEY
Curtis Block
L<ND   REGISTRY   ACT.
eovernor, being much in sympathy
ich work
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IKLAND   MAY  YET
JOIN  SAN  FRANCISCO
Re  Subdivisions 3, 4, 5, 6 of Lot 43,
Suburban   Block  6    New West-
minster fclty.
Whereas, proof of the loss of Certificate of Title No. 4395F, issued in
the name of Annie Brown, has been
filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one montli from
the date of the first publication hereof in a daily newspaper published in
the  City  of  Xew  Westminster,  issue
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Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
Quaiity the Best
Scotch  Whisky
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Choose Your Brand Carefully.
A Scotch address on tne label Joes not
always mean genuine Scotch Whisky in the
bottle. I here are many brands tradn g on the
reputation of Scotland s Highland., as a whisky
producing country beyond compare -brands put
up under ftctttioui names, and winch, though
hearing Scotch addresses, never .-aw Scotland
at all, much lesj the Highlands.
Choose art ijoiip beverage, a brand with a
reputation hack ol it.
rL atson s Scotch Whisky has been distilled
in the Highlands of Scotland since the year
1815. It is not only a pure, and genuine
Scotch ; it is a Whisky exceedingly agreeable
to the palate. This is due primarily to the
fact that we dutil hy the old-fashioned Pot
Still method���slowly, carefully, skilfully.
Moreover, wc age our Whisky in Sherry
wood���-aj>e it for years, until it is thoroughly
matured and mellow to the taste.
Insist     on
Watson's
'THREE STAR"���A mild, thoroughly matured Scotch
"NO. IO" ���A full-hodied, richly (l.vored Scotch.
JAMES WATSON & CO., Limited  -  Dundee.
i.      Francisco,    March    7.���The
ennsolldate the cities bor- .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
���   Francisco Into a corpora-  a duplicate of the said certificate  un-
revived   today   followiing  a   less in  the meantime valid objection
I, | the mayors" of San Fran-  be made to m-c in writing.
i    I.bind,   Berkeley     and   Ala- C. S. KEITH,
> ��� night    It had been stated District Registrar of Titles.
1 that  the  conference    was
||e,l with the view of discussing the
municipal water    supply, j
_' li ved that Mayor McCarthy, |
I ���,eisco,   miiiht   have  some-  j^^^^^^^^_
I regarding the desirabil- ,       District  of   New  Westminster.
fi as-bay cities joining with      Take notice that thirty days after
'i in is fight to retain its 'date I, Grace Conner Cruickshank, of ' ��
| in the Iletch 1 tetchy val- ! Matsqui, B. C. intend to apply for a ! _--iitf~1LLVHaS
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, I!. C, February 2, 1910.
NOTICE.
P. BURNS & CO.
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE 101.
645  COLUMBIA STREET.
HOW
��� mite National park.
f lidatlon of tlie cities, how-
thi    principal   tiling    dis-
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked
Grace C. Cruicksha.ik's northwest
corner,  set  at  the  southwest  corner
en.    li   is estimated  that  the    in- lnalf mlle  thence west to the point of
���hie   111 will     he     ���16,000.   commenCement,      containing    about
will enable the Barnardo home '4g0 acreg
nd    out    300    more    children :GRACE CONNER CRUICKSHANK,
Per G. B. Conner, Agent.
EGGS'.
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
BOWELL & ODDY
tral Meat Market
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LAND ACT.
orner night* St. ant    lift* Arena*
phonii ara.
|6YNuPSIS   OF    CANADIAN    HOMfc
STEAD   REGULATIONS,
Form of Notice. District of New Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
Raggs, of Nelson Island, occupation
fanner, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Timber Lot
37341. about one mile northeast of
��� head of Billings Bay, thence north
! 40 chains to or near small lake, thence
east 40 chains, thence south 40
chains, thence west 40 chains to point
of commencement, containing 160
acres more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS.
Name of Applicant.
|    Dated ot Nelson Island, B. C, De-
It&mber 20, 1900.
Have You Got
YourNew Hat?
We Have Got a New
Consignment
Of
HATS STETSON'S HATS
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A DELICIOUS
CUP OF COFFEE
whose aroma is fragrant and appealing, a chop or steak with fried potatoes, or a dainty broiled chicken,
such as we 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.
A SNAP!
Prices:
$4.00 and $6.00
aii> available Dominion Lands With-
railway belt In British Colum
bia, may be homesteaded V>y any per
i who Is the sole head of a family
iny male over IS years of age, to
He  extent  of  one-quarter  section  of
acres, more or less
NOTICE.
District  of  New  Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days- after
date    I    Barbara   Anderson    of   New
l.airy  must he mad"e personally  at I {.   Jmlnst,,r.  B.  C  intend  to  nppiy
ocal   land  ollice  for   UN
ilch the land is situate.
district I*o"the"Assistant   Commissioner
Bintry '
of
.. wu.cn uie .anu is ��.u��.��.      -���. |_ands for right to orosprct for ronl
��y pioxy  may, however, b�� made ml   am|   petroleum   under   the   touowing
Miam   couditious   by    the   father, LjeBcribed lands: -nrked
'"Hier, son. daughter, brother or Biff |    Commenclng  at    a    post    ma���u
r. of an Intending homestead*/, Barbara  Anderson's northwest corner.
The homesteader is required to par..     t   ftt   n0rtheast corner of U1S"A"
brin th,. couditious connected luerL>-! jj0t  200.    thence    south    one bme,
���hith   under   oue    of    tne    toiiowiug   .. enst   one-ha,f    mile,    tlience
blans: J3Jt_ one-half mile, thence east one-
tli    At least six mouths' residence ���    tnence north one-half mue,
-���  --"���  -' "- ,a"'' on 'thence   west   one   mile  to  point  of
commencement ara ANl)KnB0N
Per George E. Conner, Agent.
January 29, 1910.
160 Acres of Land in Surrey, within eight
miles of New Westminster, convenient to Yale
and Johnston Roads. For a few days only we
offer this at $35.00 per acre. $3200.00 Cash,
hi lance 6, 12 and 18 months at 7 per cent.
I��pou  and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(2) 11 the father ( or mother, lf tne
I father Is decased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm ln the vicinity ol
the land entered for, the requirements
to residence may   be satisfied  by
Isucli person residing with the lather
I or mother.
(3) If the settler ha8 his permanent
h" ' '"
NOT.CE.
District of New Westminster
i'i ii tne seiner naa u>�� im���--- i T k notice, that thirty days auci
residence upon farming land owned | J*Kl Alexander Cruickshank. far-
1'Y liini in the vicinity of his Home- ;date. i. /)l . B c# lntend to ap-
Stead, the requirements as to residence i,ner> ol l ... " to prospect for coal
may be  satisfied  by  residence  upon ply �����0����     on the following des-
81xa_o& notice in writing should j scribed1 lands^ ^       th
"^ given to the commissioner of Do- ��SBfoorn��r of District Lot 65,
minion lands at Ottawa of intention , southeast to^ Wegtm,n8ter district,
t" apply for patent. I .^marked Alexander Cruickshank's
Coal.���Goal mining rights may   b�� l"nd marKea._-. .��.���.,._ WpBt to the
for    a  period of *~
blcADAM & IRWIN
Real Estate and Insurance
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agent for Twentieth
Century Clothing
Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
said land.
I    oix months' notice in wi-um* B.^���a      rnmIT1pncinK ai �� i��">�� ��� ���   ,,
\to given to the cpmmw^er otp^l   Cgmenemg     tf Dl8trlct Lot 65.
"ra  2   New  Westminster District,
I n���d" marked Alexander Cruickshank's
leased toV". "period oF twenty one I^a^S^^e^^llS-^
>-"��rB at an annual rental of ll ^r Inters-CtJott �� and ^ town8hip
"nro.      Not   more   than   2B60   acres I ween  seeuo��� boundary  of
"nail bP leased to one mtlividual or W, ^Tj^T '   "      ���*���
company,     a royalty at the rate of1���-**1"* Lot
Ave cents per ton shall be collected
On tho merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
I1pl"ity of the Minister of the Interior.
N.p,.���Unauthorized   publication   of
Ibis advertisement will    not be paW
, ��ot.
lfi,  with  tne  HiMiiut-.,,    	
District Lot 64, group 2, New Westminster District, thence south one
mile; thence east one mile; thence
north one mile to the point of commencement and containing about 640
acres.
ALEX. CRUICKSHANK.
January 28, 1910.
744 Columbia Street
if	
Westminster
Transfer Co.
wfflce 'Phone Its.     Barn 'Phone 117
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the elty.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
'Phone 498
THE  STEAMER
TRANSFER
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker Wharf for Ladner,
Westham Island and way
points at 2 o'clock, returning
on the following morning.
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marlon Street
SEATTLE
RATE8:
Room $1  p*r day up.
Room and board $2.50 per day up.
Room with bath 12.50 per day tip.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
All outside rooms, with hot aad cold
water, steam heat, long dietanoe tola*
phone. 'Bus meet* an trains and boats
The Daily News will be Kept oa file
in our reading room.
CARLKTON GILBERT. Mgr.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, MARCH
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ENGLIS
00 Acres at $100 per aa
The bargain with the B.C. Government
is that the Canadian Northern will build
from New Westminster to English Bluff
and run a ferry from English Bluff to
V ancouver Island.
GET IN NOW!
SEE ME ABOUT THIS AT ONCE
P. PEEBLES
Real Estate Broker and Financial Agent
m
620 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B.C.
W. RICH
Teaming and  Ex
pressing*.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730  FOURTH   ST. PHONE   R527
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, und in London, Eng
land, New York, Chicago aud Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available witli
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Tota.'. Assets over 1168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
SEATTLE  POLICE  INDICTED.
Charged   With   Being   Too     Intimate
With   Immoral  Woman.
Seattle, March 7.���The comity
grand jury in iis final reports today
makes a scathing arraignment of the
police force for its intimate relations
with immoral women aid saloons
which they frequent, and censures
Mayor John F. Miller for not compelling the poliee to enforce the laws
regarding sa.oons and their frequenters. The grand jury says that the
police force should be reorganised,
and that a new chief of police is a
pre-eminent necessity. Chief of Police Irving Ward resigned two weeks
ago to become manager of a large hotel, of which he is one of the owners,
and in accepting his resignation Mayor Miller pronounced an eulogy upon
him as an efficient officer. The five
policemen indicted by the grand jury
for taking money from women are in
active service, having been released
on bail.
PROPOSAL  TO   DIVIDE
NICARAGUA IS OPPOSED
Managua, March 7.���A proposal of
the defeated revolutionists to divide
Nicaragua into two republics will
! meet with the opposition of President
; Madriz, and the entire government
' army, according to an official an-
| nouncement here today.
If General Estrada issues his prospective proclamation announcing tlie
j accession of the eastern half of Nicaragua, General Vasquez will lead an
army against him immediately. The
defeat of the revolutionist army, reported to be hurrying to Bluefields,
has brought many neutrals to the
support of the government and has
strengthened the hold of Madriz upon
the country. Madriz can now put a
larger army into the field than ever
he could before.
For Tasty and Correct
JOB PRINTING we are
Leaders.
Jackson Printing
Company
THOMSON   BLOCK,   MARKET
8QUARE, PHONE 388.
pire, and indeed the world. The 1910
edition contains a large percentage
of new matter, under such heads as
agriculture, mining, banking, trade,
railways, wheat growing, education,
religions, etc., while a new feature is
a budget of Empire Facts. The book
is a revelation of the riches and resources of the Dominion. It is published at 25 cents a copy by the Canadian Facts Publishing Co., 667
i Spadina Ave., Toronto. Canada, or
;may be had from newsdealers. **
Railway Time   Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneaule.
Cars leave Vaucouver for New West-
niinater at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 o.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West
minster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter uiv"
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 2:00 a.m., and overy lia
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Las
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local Manager, New
Westminster.
THE  MEALS AT THE
Lytton Hotel
are prepared by expert white
cooks in the cleanest and most
sanitary   kitchen   In   the   city.
21-MEAL   TICKET   $4.50
Estimates Given. Phone 567.
J. NEWSOME & SUNS
PAINTERS,   PAPER HANGERS   AND
DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, hetween Second avenue and Third  streets
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters!
i
Manufactured by
J. HENL:.Y
NEW WESTMINSTER       - B.C.
'  NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
ADVERTISE  IN THE DAILY NEWS.    Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St
PROMINENT  MANUFACTURER
DIES OF HEART FAILURE
New York, March 7.���Word was received here today of the death on
Saturday night of Charles Aaron.
Death resulted from heart failure,
following an operation. Mr. Aaron
was general manager of the New York
Leather Belting company, and until
last May was president of the American Machinery and Suppiy Manufacturers association, the largest association of its kind in the country, and
representing companies with a combined  capital  exceeding 1500,000,000.
5000  Facts About Canada.
The public will warmly welcome
the new 1910 Edition of that indls-
penslable booklet "5000 Facts About
Canada," complied by Frank Yeigh,
whoso writings and lectures on Canada are widely known. The popularity of the publication is shown by
its sale of nearly 50.000 copies, not
on.y ln Canada, but through the Em-
Great   Northern  Railway.
���m.
Lv.  N.  W.  11  a.m.;   ar.  Seattle 3:65
.m.
Lv. N. W. 4:32 p.m.; ar. Seattle 9:40
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m.; ar. N. W. 2:55
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.;  ar. N. W. 9:30
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:20
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:25
p.m.
G. N. R.���Port Guicnon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 am., return* at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives ln city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives ln city,
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Oulchon at 1 P.m. ou
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 am. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Guichon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Gulchon 6 a.m. each week
day;   arrives   8:50  n.m.
Leaves  N. W.   3:50  p.m.  dally  except Sunday:   ar. Gulchon  at  7 P.m.
-v. N.W. 8:50 a.m.;  ar. Seattle 3:35
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Decidedly The Best Buy In
BURNABY
7 Acres fronting on Vancouver to Westminster Tram line, between Wise Road and
the Junction, good 6-roomed house and barn,
small orchard. A splendid subdivision proposition.    Price $10,500 on easy terms.
We have the exclusive sale.
NATIONAL FINANCE CO.
LIMITED
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 515
Curtis Block
657 Columbia St.
IttKSKSMUM
!*/    "3_* _* -SDAY, MARCH 8, 1910.
^ND "REGISTRY   ACT.
Block 23, New Westminster
City.
{nroof of the loss of Cer-
&S.Number U.068a, to-
0 ,     n une   of   William   RO*
'";���    led In this offloe.
_������ hereby given that 1 shall,
Oration of one month from
FplTthe   llrst   pubUcatlon
iflUy newspaper published
�� If New Westminster. Issue
li,y��M,( said certificate, un-
fcSffilS valid objection
to me Ir ���**%,-*
,i   nifltrlct Registrar of Titles.
IL JS? Office. New Westmln-
legisti>  ''n|l>'        1Q10
fe ,���   February !'��� 1J1U-
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE ELEVEN.
WEDDED SIXTY YEARS.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Lee, of Indian Head,
Celebrate Diamond Anniversary.
Indian Head, Sask., March 7.���Mr.
and Mrs. Roger Lei celebrated their
diamond wedding today. Mr. and Mrs.
, Lee came to Indian Head in isv>
from Clinton, Ontario, and have since
resided here, Mr. Lee engaging in
business until aboul five years ago,
when lie retired owing to his advanced age. Mr. Lee is 84 years of age
and Mrs. Lee is 80. The children are
William Lee, at home; Mrs. W. C.
Searie, Clinton, Ont.; Mrs. H. Pope,
London; Mrs. Marshall, London; Mrs.
H. H. Campkln, Indian Head and Miss
E. Lee, at home.
et
BERNARD SHAW OUT
WITH ANOTHER QUEER FAD
ours
ow!
N
Lally Lacrosse Sticks Just
in   at
Morey & Co.
Columbia  St.,  Westminster
London,   March   7.���Bernard   Shaw
today is on record as proponent of a
social   system  in   which   all   undesir- |
ables  would  be  killed  and  property
and  marriage  would  be abolished.
His speech before the Hygienic
Education society at Claxton hall last
night has stirred up much discussion
today. Among other things he said,
Shaw asserted that marriage or mating, as be called it, Is practically a
matter of income and social station.
According to Shaw, the state should
take possession of all property and
then provide each citizen with ;i.i Income,  then  "see  that  he  earned  it."
lie said that it would bo necessary
to revise all views Regarding the
sacredness of human life, as under
such a system as he described "we
should find ourselves committed to
the killing of a great many people."
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t,a rarried in any volition In
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any   untie .t Rnttonen.   Plait'
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wanted.   Writ, for le-ml.   Wrlle
now " lex. you forget."    Addr.ar
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Majtttla Bldg..
Detroit Mink
Following are the hours ol despaten
nd arrival of mails at the New West-j
muster post office, the hour given In
each case being the hour of closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, before  the  actual  despatch.    All mails,
mlesa otherwise stated, are desparrh-
d and received daily except Sundiy.
The   only   mails   dispatched   and   r<v
ceived Sunday are the Q. N. R. South
and C. P. K. east mails, not Including
he   way   mails,     Sapperton,     KraBer
Mills aud Coquitlam.
Mails Despatched.
C;00 a.m.  (.closed at eleven o'ciock
the   previous   night) ��� \uueouver     Ma
U. N. B. Owl.
S a.m.���Vancouver aud Victoria via
1. C. Electric railway.
First C. P. H. east taking all points
ast including Langley and district.
The   mail   for   Abbottuord  aud   district, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and district, and Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver.
8 a.in.��� Blaine and Seattle, in
eluding all U. S. points east and soutu,
aud Hall's Prairie, Fernridge and lla_
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, aud
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Clowrdale,  except  Hall's   Prairie,  Ha-
Eelmere and Fernridge, which arrive on
he   Port Guichon   train o.i  Tuesdays
Thursdays  and   Saturdays.
Ll:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Parle, via B. C. Electric Railway.
12:30 p.m.���Strawberry    Hill,   inn
berland  and  South  Westminster,  bv
ourier (Tuesday and Friday).        ^L
1:30 p.m.���Kast Burnany, by courier.
i!:uu p.m.���Burquitlam, (by courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer months ciose at
2:30  except   Saturday)���Ladner,   Port
Gulchon,  Westham    Island  and  Sun-
bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
"J. C. Bruce."      (Steveston mall des-
patched and received via Vancouver.)
2:30    p.m.���Vancouver    and    Piper
Siding, via G. N. H. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nleomekl, ami
Port Kells dally, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyire-
head on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
lake, via B. C. Klectrlc Railway. Sat
urday an extra mall Is despatched to
Victoria via Vancouver at 'bis hour
Blaine and Seattle, including all U.
S. points east and south, via U. N. it
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. It., east, Fra
ser Mills. This mail takes the following local places: Barnet and
iPort Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Hammond, Port Haney, Mission, Chilliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agassiz,
Lytton, Lillooet, Spences' Bridge, Nicola and district, and all points east
except Kootenays.
Malls   Received.
6:45 a.m.���Blaine and    Seattle, Including all  U. S. points, via G. N. tt.
"Owl."
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Klectrlc
Hallway.
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (TueBday and Friday).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and  Victoria,
via G. N. It.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner, fort
Guichon, Westham Island and (Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday) V\ood
ward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steveston despatched and received via Vancouver.)
8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. east (fir_t train)
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
end Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam. by courier.
8:80 p.m.���Blaine and    Seattle, in-,
luding all U. S. points.
9:40   p.m.���Second   Mall   east,   and,
losed mall from Sumas, and Seattle, j
ncltidinsr TJ.  S.  A.  matter,  and  also!
Fraser Mills.
sleep and nerve rest.
I.    rkt-.r-sr.it)    That    In    O.orl_��_rd    I��
the  Modern  rirw_>i  \Atr.
In  the days  vrheu  eight   hours  f*
tlsep warty no_ii_ally mesxiai as *~
hour too long for _j   ��_:  respecting
Individual Uie exhauatiuf; character c
modern life wn ____owu.   There vraa
leas �����*__ and more conteut-iaot; lest
ctx_p��__o_ and mora security; fewer
detractions,     but     mere     (Implicit?
Work  was  easi.tr.   aalawsr   and   cant
e_art��t7, aeyra_ac.au..i.   ia a word, wor
ry���dad not fs��d, like tbe worm I' *V
bod. upas tha hours ex wrapt from to*
Wa ara reruorsvaleaiu _ overtaxing th��
__I_U Mfchialan:   _  our minds aa<
���terras.   Tha bast walker, for l_sUne��
&om not propose to _i__f*lf to go regu
larly alcty miles s Cat  or to subject
tha __( sat af amaelft. in any oth��r
form  at  physical   sserolse  to  Intersu
aivd   uureiultthig   labor.     Rut  that  li
what we do with tke ____dlate ugeoi
of ear miadi���tho Urate Machine.    V��
���__*< watth Its opaeatiaS-.   We oftef
iawnni that Its moTaaieots are as I'lrnt
sua aeilaaa as tho Hpples of the unl
vartai air.   Wa know smA nevertheles
we forfot that tha ba_a a* a sul _t��ntlo"
ajparatua es Uakia to _apeeciatlo_ af
the ls-4 falaut _ a warketof*.   Now
Qot-t_c Is mora cartels thai this - 9\m '
tha  potaotl��l  rapacity  of  tbe huiaai '
brain has uot luaraaool.  If at nl,  U
��_ytbl_c like tha propartion of the tan
maaaaly exp��ratod demand upon It.
Tho ffiodem man is svubrject to *J��
moch maotal and usoral w_tr _nJ teAf
In a day ns his saooatore In ito vers
remote generation arjarloofod to *
���oak. Tat lu respect at sleep we hnvs
lu-dly changed tra*lt__al habit Wi
k_a�� later aud still later hours. Wt
catoa  our  trains   U   the   morning  _
 1.   There le no doubt whatever tha
we buna t_e c_udle st both e_ds wl����
nnpnvvdeuted disregard of tbe laws ol
psychological tcotumj, and tiint ths
amouat of rest wo all%~ for nerve find
brain te no longer adequate.���Londr*
Telegraph.
NOTICE.
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I, Lillian Elizabeth Cruickslnmk.
of Matsqui, B. C, intend to apply
, for a license to prospect for coai and
.petroleum on the following described
i lands:
Commencing at a post   marked  1..
R.   Cruickshank's    southwest   corner,
s<M on the section line between townships 12 and lfi, about one mile south
of where said section line Intersects
with  the  southern  boundary  of  District. Lot 4fi, proup 2, New Westminster District,    thence east    one mile,
ary of District Lot 64, group 2, N-W
Westminster District, a    distance  of
about  30 chains, thence west  to the
I southwest, corner of said District Lot
jfi4,  group  2, a distance of about   14
i chains, thence north to the southern
boundary of District  Lot 403, group
2, a distance of about 81.50    chains,
thence west to the southwest corner
jof  District.  Lot   404,   group   2,   a   dls-
:ta.nce of about 55 chains, thence north
to   the   southeast  corner  of   District
Lot 4fi, group 2, a distance of about
] 10.50 chains, thence west to the SP0"
i Hon  line  hetween  townships  13  and
, lfi, a distance of about  10.45 chains,
thence south to the    point of eom-
' moncemont.  a distance of about  one
!mlle, and  containing 4fi5 acnes more
or less
LILLIAN      ELIZABETH      CRUICKSHANK,    Per   Alex.    Cruickshank,
Agent.
January P8, HMo.
"SALADA" is the same wherever or whenever
you buy it���always of unvarying good quality.
Its native purity and garden freshness is perfectly preserved in sealed "SALADA" Packets.
******* Black. Mixed and Natural _ree_, 40c, 50c, GOe and 70s par lb. �������� r
2, New Westminster district, thence
west one-half mile, thence north one
milt\ thence oast, one-haif mile to the
point where the section line between
Townships 13 and lfi intersect with
the southern boundary of District Lot
4fi, group 2, New Westminster district, thonrv south to the point of
commencement, a distance of about
one mile.
ELIZABETH McCULLOCH BELL.
January 28, 1010.
Per Oeortre B. Conner. Agt.
NOTICE.
District   of   New   Westminster.
NOTICE.
A Fait Train.
On the Rlvlers line near V��ntimigU>
Italy, the train, after ambling gentli
sloop, stopped suddenly. An Inpatient
poasseuger put his head out aad sslti*
cruetlly, "Is this Bor_Utterar No an
swer. "Guard. Is thi* Bordlghera?" hi
shouted again. A voice came from th<
fore part of ths train, "He, sso-sleu?
tt Is not Bordlfk��rs���It Is a ���oxv.*
When tbe cow had beea removed frea
the line the train ambled on sgAlo
Two minutes later It once more cntr.��
to a dead stop. "A-other cow, I sup
pose?" shouted the testy passengci
wltheringl.v. "No, monsieur, It Is not.'
���eld tho guard placidly. Tt Is ths
same cow."
Take notice that I. Elizabeth Mc-
Culloch Bell, of Vernon, B. C��� Intend
to apply for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following described lands:
Commencing at. a post marked B.
M. Bell's southeast corner, set ahout
one mile south of the point where
th�� section line between Townships
13 and lfi Intersect with tbe southern
houndary   of  District   Lot   4fi,   group
District  of   New  Westminster.
! Take notice that thirty days after
date, I, Hamilton Channel_ Crulk-
shank. of Summerland. B. C, farmer.
Intend to apply for a license to pros
pect for coal and petroleum on the
I following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked H.
C.    Crulkshank's    northeast    corner
j post, set. on tbe westerly boundary of
District Lot  47. group 2, New West-
| minster  District,  about    four  chains
south of the northwest corner of said
Lot 47, group 2, thence west a distance of 45 chains to the section line
between sections 28 and 29, township lfi. thenoe south one mile, thence
east one mile, thence north to the
southern houndary of District Lot 4S.
group 2, thence west to southwest
corner of said District Lot 48, group
2, thence north to the northwest corner of said District Lot 48, group 2.
i thence east to tbe westerly boundary
I of District Lot 47, group 2, thence
north to the point of commencement.
H. C CRUIKSIIANK.
January 29, 1910.
FOR  FIRST  CLASS
Job Printing
CO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
739   FRONT  ST.,   WINDSOR   BLOCK
"ronrietress, Mrs. M. Domlny.
A Co.tir Desk,
There ls a fa_����as old desk lu thi
British war office in London. It ls i
desk to which old taanl-< point with
emotion. That desk wl tbe natlot
(95,000,009. In it Is s plgt-onholo wit!
a Ktor;. It mi Into tbat plgconholi
that the dispatch of King Theodore oi
Abyssinia waa thrust���nnd forgotten
after we had been to war tbe doni
ment was found In t*e desk, nnd w��
ill learned that ther* ought to hsvi
been no war���London ".etch.
Western   Canada
Bag, Envelope and Box Board Co., Ltd.
HEAD OFFICE: 407 HASTINGS STREET, VANCOUVER, B. C.
LOCATION OF PLANT:  SAPPERTON SIDING, NEAR WESTMINSTER.
1
ORGANIZED  TO   MANUFACTURE
Bags, Envelopes, Pulp Board, Box Board, Folding
Box Boards, Building Paper, Roofing and Deadening Felts, Sheathing, Paper Boxes, Cartons,
Oyster Pails and Specialties.
The    Stl_A.
"I hear your firm discharged you."
'Tes, but I wouldn't mind that s<
much if they hadn't addod Insult U
Injury."
"How?"
"They a_vertlse_ for a boy to fli
eiy place."
Sheridan fell ln love with Miss Lh��
ley and told the Ftory of "Tbe Itlvols,'
trhlc- is a troo etfount of his coup*
���hip.
���ownstafM end Up In Buiint**.
���Downstairs i\v oysters? Ho\ now
Tfcttt day's gone by. _*opl* don't liltc
to go downstairs for anything. Thev
don't mind going upctalr*, but object
to the basements." Bv spoke an old
timer. "Yet lt U easily within the
���aemory of a middle aged man wbei
oyster cellars were numerous. Then
are only a few left. Tbo same way
with barter shops. Forty, or even
thirty, years afo most of tbem were In
basements. _!veu saloons were often
downstairs, despite the obvious dull-
eulty of throwing an obstreperous cu*
tomer out. Nowadays lfs upstairs foi
everything.- rhliadulphla Eecord.
i HI
1 A
s
T  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
H E       DAILY
Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you
I free a  cake  of  their  famous *�������>
NEWS    Voilet soap, if .vou ment.on this paper
Champion Button 9ower.
The PhUadelpbla Record declare*
thet Charles C. Usber, au employee lu
a shirt factory at Btrausstowu, Berk,
county, Pa., U an expert at sewing on
buttons. He sewed on 4,200 buttom
ot��� day recently In five and ono hall
tours, which means ooo shirts, seven
battens to a shirt, or about four tees
buttons ln a _l__te. At another time
not being aware of tho fact that Us
was being timed, he sowed on seven
buttons ln twenty-five seconds. Mr.
Xteber claims he can fasten, on s
wager, twenty-one buttons ln a ml_
ate, eeveu buttons to a shirt.
Oa  Their  War.
During a newHpap��r moo's convci
tion, a number of Journalists were cm
afternoon   talking   of   the   tricks   ol
"the   faithless   types,"   when   Henr;.
Watterson said:
"While I've hoard of a great man)
funn) typographical breaks In ui��
time, about thc oddest end most hu
morous transposition of the types thai
ever came within toy observation wa*
thnt In a New Vork paper some yearn
ago. That sheet used to print Its ship
ping news on the same page with the
obituaries, imuglne the glee with
which Its renders found the caption*
exchanged one morning, whereby i
long list of respectable names wer*.
���et forth under the, marine bead,
'Passed Through itell Gate Tester
day/"-Harper's  Weekly.
CAPITALISATION, $250,000.00
Divided into 225,000 Shares 8 per cent., Cumulative
Preference Stock, One Dollar per Share, 25,000
Shares Ordinary Stock, One Dollar per Share.
WE   NOW OFFER  FOR  SUBSCRIPTION THE FIRST ISSUE OF
100,000 of the 8 per cent. PREFERENCE SHARES
In Blocks of 100 Shares at One Dollar per Share
PAYMENTS.
Fifteen per cent on application, 15 per cent In thirty days, balance nt the rate of 15 per cent
per month until fully paid.    Stock fully paid and non-assessable.    No personal liability to shareholders.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Immediately upon the sale of the first Issue of 100,000 shares at ono dollar per share the second
Issue, comprising 100,000 shares, will bo offered for subscription at $1.10 per share. In ordering the
stock each subscriber will kindly state lf In the event the fli'Bt Issue is oversubscribed upon receipt
of the application by the Company, he wishes thc application returned or allowed on the second Issue
at $1.10 per share. i      >     ' '   '
In Ottering the Preference shares of this Company for subscription wo do so with a feeling that it
will prove one of the best industrial stocks over offered In Western Canada. It not only is certain to
become a splendid dividend-payer, but Inside of eighteen months it will bo selling at a big premium.
The Pint issue of 100,000 shares Is offered ln blocks of 100 shares at $1.00 per share, and the second Issue of lOO.Ooo shares at $1.10 per share. The Preference stock ls entitled to a fixed cumulative
preferential dividend of 8 per cent per annum, payable before nny dividend Is pnld on the Ordinary
shares. After the payment of the above dividend an amount equal to 15 per cent of the remaining
profits of the Company shall be distributed each year pro rata among tho Preference shareholders of
the Company, and 10 per cent of the balance of the profits shall bo curried forward as a speclnl reserve fund exclusively as Ei special security for the payment of preferential dividends on the Preference Bhares: when In any year the Company Is unable to pay tbe regular Preferential dividends of 8
per cent said dividend shall he pnld out of tho special resolve fund; provided, however, that the remainder of the entire special reserve fund shall be distributed evey five years pro rata among the
Preference stockholders of tho Company.
After tho payment In eorh yenr of the 8 per cent, preferential dividends and the distribution of
15 per cent of the net profits, nnd setting aside of a special reserve fund as aforesaid, the balance of
the profit, sliall be paid to holders of tho Ordinary stock.
1, AND WHEN COMPLETE THE  PLANT WILL  HAVE  A WEEKLY   CAPACITY     OF   120,000   LB8.
OF BAGS, ENVELOPES, BOXBOARD, BUILDING PAPER, ROOFING'    AND     DEADENING     PELTS
SHEATHING,  PAPER   BOXES, ETC.
WE  ARE  REASONABLY CONFIDENT OF HAVING OUR MILL IN OPERATION BY DECEMBER
THE   PROPERTY    SECURED BY THE COMPANY AT SAPPERTON   SIDING  NEAR WESTMINSTER, HAS A  RAILROAD FRONTAGE OF 1.140 FEET, AND IS SPLENDIDLY    8ITUATED,    BOTH
FOR  CITY TRADE  AND   DOCKS   FOR   FOREIGN   SHIPMENTS. ,, f,     t-i,mH-��uj \ L|;,"|
DIRECTORS.
OHRF.I.Y KOLTS, Fiscal Agent British-Canadian Wood Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd.
NORMAN CAPLB, President Norman Caple Co., Stationers, Vancouver, B. C.
E. B. CHANDLER, Lumber and Timber, Vancouver, B. C.
A. 8. BRAKE, Paper Importer and Jobber, Vancouver, B. C. ,?*v. n ':'
W. S. ROSE. Flscnl Agent for New Westminster, Merchants' Bank Build Ing, phone 334.
ED. F. ALLEN, Manager Fiscal Agency, B. C. Wood Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd.
ADDRE8S   ALL   COMMUNICATION S DIRECT TO
W. S. ROSE, Fiscal Agent for New Westminster
746 Columbia Street. Phone"655.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, MarcHi
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NS
eal Esta
706 Columbia Street
rokers
New Westminster, B.C
Home In
Sapperton
Gooa Location
And Near
Industrial Sites
7 roomed house, not yet 2
years old; Electric Light; very
suitable for small family.
This has been inspected by
Mr. Darke, and recommended
by us as a genuine snap.
Price $1600
Terms: $200 cash, balance $20 a month
See this To-day
Vacant Lots
In Sapperton
A t prices all the way
from $300 to $3000
on terms from $10
cash and $5 monthly
to spot cash transactions.
Genuine Snaps
Call and Ask  US
why we recommend
Sapperton Lots.
We can give you
A Reason for the
faith which is in us.
EVANS
706 Columbia St
DARKE
Phone 512
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