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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
N_W  WESTMINSTER.
LIPE
 I ASSURANCE.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Hggtt___-_R.
Ni:\V WESTMINSTER, B. C, MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1910.
TWELVE PACKS
FIVE CENTS
PASSENGERS HAVE
T
, .. Turn Turtle on South
tat G.N.R. Train on
Other Side of River.
ALDERMEN TO BRING IN     SUNDAY SEES MANY
ESTIMATES THIS EVENING
Civic     Expenditures    for    1910    Will
Furnish  Food for Discussion  in
Solon   Hall  Tonight.
!      ,,, Westminster was the scene
S��   a raiiwiu  smaShup yester-Jay
|f a b     The dining car and chair
,onJflll, regular 11 o'clock Great
J* vl fs< lttle train were thrown
���f^jS about 200 yard, west
*, .', old te'ry road uud StraUgU l��
K flthougli the cars were ovarii.. f,,��ndBVagged a considerable
gfi o^was badly hurt.
fc;,A '.an with a slight cut on bis
0Dacoo!( with a gash on Ins hand,
induct. G ���'��� ���". th,e 'li,lin" ��"j
( ; ij   bruised    leg, a few
i  Sou,e  broken  glass,
.    Ible damage from an ac-
vhlcli   might have  easily   re-
jultcd in ���   ��� d. ath of a score of pas-
Just gathering speed
., ���   ,    nestle   when    without
-,  chair car, which was the
,in. left the rails.    The
dragged off by it, and
tl i wouid have followed
had not a coupling be-
.     - .   the  fourth  car  broken,
���    any further upsets.
Car Dragged Seventy Feet.
���j  .       |r car was dragged for sev-
I,, ,   . Its side and it was only
���.,.'.. ��� substantial way in which
r. , built that    it did    not
ip    There  were  ten   passen-
i _ i hem    women, In    the
j, the time.
i rtui itelj   there were no passen-
tmTuTner when tue accident
I     In   ihis  car  the  men   had
igh to give them time to
something.    The    men
ig luncb al tbe time and
i: i fallen on the other side
0| ���     ��� they   would   have  been
j i ded with    botilng   soup
As it   was. all  the  l>";
U it   of   the   windows   and
able to save themselves
f lling "tt the stove.
baggage car and one
ipassenger roach, released from the
In-, by thi breaking of the coup-
Aim       ���   three bttn&f-d yards
i ui, ��� tore   the   engineer
Is top.
Got Out Through Windows.
v -nt back expect-
li passengers dead,
found them frantically trying to
erturned cars, not
knowli     whal  was going to happen
nexi that  tbe    wreck
would catch "ii fire. The men in
tin dlni i wen helped out through
the ritbout   difficulty   and
thosi   In the smoker at  the tear of
had no trouble In get-
I thi  door.
It was  win n   it   came  to res ulng
ers from the main body of
thai the difficulty commenced. The door leading in to the smoking compartment   was Jammed  tlghl
and thi  door at  the otber end was
i by the overturned diner,    it
wis found   necessary   to   chop   away
i: ding to the smoking car
��� ladles could be got out.
Ladies Not Hurt.
Much te the surprise of the rescuers, none of the ladies were even
scratch! I. The chairs in that part
of tin car were screwed to tlie floor
nnd the passengers there had time
|fl Bran them while tbe car was go-
in!: over,
The o nly theory that trainmen can
advanci to account for the wreck is
thai the warm weather caused the
falls to expand, and as they were
rather close together they became
pread. When the engine
Btrucl tl Is part of the track it pushed th, rails nnd ties a little to one
"'de nnd the swaying cars which
The chairmen of the different committees of the city council havL. at
last got their estimates for the year's
expenditure reaay and will bring
them in at tonight's council meeting.
The council had a meeting recently
to  discuss the estimates    and    they
; should all be prepared for tonight's
meeting.
;     The aldermen and the mayor have
.been working  hard  on  the   problem
! for several weeks. Every day his
worship has been closeted with one
jof the aldermen nnd he 1ms gone Into
:the plans of each In detail.
In addition to the discussion Of the
estimates, it Is not probable that the
Ictly fathers will have time to trans-
ac any more business, but the proposed building inspector is due for another resurrection. He may crop up
in the estimates of the finance committee.
STREET CARS
CRIllCAL STAGE IN       |WN DEPOT ROOF FALLS,
THREA1ENED STRIKE   0Nt 0EAD' ��� ���
Police Reserves Called Out Railroad Engineers and the,
  ��� .     _ , . . .1 ~���   Til-.. U^���ll-     A,,f
To Control Crowd Attracted By Box Car Fire
Firemen  Plan    Walk-out
From Chicago to Coast.
Portion   of   Winnipeg   Structure   Co!
lapses���Two Men  Have  Miraculous Escape from Death.
Philadelphia,   March  13.���Att-acted
by
^.���Attracted       Chicago,   March   IX.���The   threaten- ;
,. v r.,ii���iv   ed walk out of engineers and firemen ,
a fire in  a box  car on  a iaiiway �� follmnrlo   he- i
on   practically   ah   the   laino.ias   ue  ,
tween  Chicago  and the  Pacific coast
PAPER HILL WILL TRY TO
RUN WITH NON-UNION MEN
siding in Kensignton, a crowd o: several thousand person attacked four
street cars late to lay Small boys
threw stones at some of the police,
and later the windows of a number of
the cars were broken before tne reserves  got  the  crowd   under  control.
This was th,' only outbreak of the
day in the street car strike.
Cars were run wltnout molestation, i
and  there  were  more cars in operation   than   on  any  Sunday   since  the j
strike began.
���_^^^^^^^-^^_^__
reached a critical stage today when
W. S. Carter, president of the brotherhood of locomotive firemen, formally notified the railroads that if the
entire controversy submitted to the
company was not settled satisfactory
to the men at once, they would walk
out.
Winnipeg, March 13.���By the collapse of a portion of the roof yesterday afternoon of the big Union depot
on Main street south, being erected
for the joint use of the Grand Trunk
Pacific and the Canadian Northern
���railways,   one   man   was   killed,   three
���Wouldn't
thing."     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
"Finest trip I ever had."
"She certainly is a fine boat.
  ...  .        -      -, ,    These and similar expressions
others   fata.ly   injure^   anl   two   had   he��
miraculous     escapes     from     Instant1-
death.
CROWDS A1TEND    ���
PAYSTREAK TRIAL
New Boat Makes Satisfactory Run to Langley���
Many Take Trip.
���> e missed it for any-
were
when
BURN   TO   DEATH.
Farmer's    Children
Parents
Cremated
re  Absent.
While
UNION   MINERS   LOSE  CASi
FAR EASTERN QUESTION.
Complications     Not   Due   to     Er;
Government   But   Financiers.
ard on all sides on Saturda,     	
thi neat new steamer "Paystreak" returned from her trial spin up the
river.
One hundred and eighty-five people
took advantage of the invitation of
the management of the Royal City
_.avigatlon company to take an up-
river trip on the boat. She wen as
far as Langley, stayed there tor three
their
three
Loudon,   March   13.���Despatchei   to
LoiHh.n  papers from  their  Amerlc__-
correspondents portray quite a strong   burned to death
feeling sweeping the L'nited States ou '
Minnedosa. Man., March l:;.���While  	
Frederick  Willis   an   .One,.,   tanner   , ��� ������- ��� ^f t'hVn VeY^
and his wife, living ten mlies Boutn
0|   here,  were  absent  from home yes- , *!. Traveller.
terday,  the house    caught   tire    and |
from I    "siie  moves,"  remarked   Managing
three   children
months   to  thre
U. S. Court of Appeals Makes Injunction   Permanent.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Richmond, Va., March lo.���By dis-;account of the course Greal Britain ,,.,. j).vj]> ������. Mi->-r>
missing the appeal of the. United Mlae lias taken in the case of China in the iyjjl.|\j-_i.i_ INJlliltU
��� ---'���-   -'   ��������"-.    the   CF.   S.   Clr-   Far  Eastern railroad situation.
���"���"���" '    The papers, apart from the stron;
ranging
'.<���;��� i  3
wei e
Strike   Breakers   from   Saratoga
Closely   Cuarded   in   Corinth
Mills���Situation   Quieter.
Are
fourth oip at heabows
Charles     K,     Hamilton's     Aeroplane
Settles in  Pool of Water at Se-
att.e ~,ace Track.
Corinth, \. _., March 13.���The
wlthwrawal last night of Company P,
of the New Vork State militia trom
the mills of the International Paper
company, which has been under military guard since Wednesday, did not
result in any disorder today among
the employees of the company who
are out on strike.
Company 10, of Schenectady. Coiu-
panv L, of Saratoga, wliich are still
at the plant, spent a quiet Sunday and 1 0f   violence  any
no   trouble  is    expected    tomorrow, '
when   200   additional   strike-breakers
wiirarrive f rom Saratoga.
Within   the next  twenty-four  hours
an   attempt  will  be  made  to  operate
the mills here with the non-onion men
who are now housed in the  mills to
the number of two or three hundred.
The strike-breakers  are    not    permitted   to  leave   the   mills,   but   sleep
and   receive   their   meals   within   the
plant.
Workrs   of   Amrica,   ...���   _.   _.
cuit Court of Appeals \esterday made!  	
permanent a temporary injunc ion of  article In the "Morning Post,'  appear
b\\ eping character. The case is that  not to consider the matl .  -
of president of the Mine Workers, as   tor they practically Ignore U.    --. .
an  individual,   and   as   rica-pre ideal   of the weekly reviews, wlucb l__k   a
of  the   Union  agains,   tne   _.ltchui_n   specialty  of  politics  and   diplomacy,
Coal and Coke companj  ot West Vir-   mentions the subject.
glnla. So   far  as  the  Hankow-Sze-Chuen
li   is  an   appeal  from  the  decision   railway  complications are concerned.,
of the Circuit Court for the Northern   they are not due to the British  gov- 	
district  of  West  Virginia. ernment,   bul   to   English   financiers.
The injunction restrains the Union1 The   Foreign  Office  is   very   anxious!    sjeattie.     Match     13. Charli s     K,
from Interfering with employees of > that some arrangements be made and fjamj ton the daring man-bird dip-
the company for the purpose of would be glad to have the deadlock .,0(1 (,n(^.e t00 often yesterday
unionising the mine; from Interfering broken on the lines of the Ainerlcan afternoon before a crowd of 15,000
and conspiring to Interfere with em- proposals. The English concession- peopie He is noflr In a local hospital
ployees to plaintiff, so as knowing.j arles, however, refuse to agree to all unconscious but has a good chance of
to bring about in any manner the of the features of the American plan, recovering. Owing to the same wea-
breaking by the plaintiffs employees "| The Foreign Otlice has trie.I to per-Ljjer t]lu, c,,
of  contracts   for  service,  existing  at   suade  them to accept  all  the objec-
I Wuele   I..,
__���   In  >-'
the Wellington dis-
-v    o        simue uii-m iu -v^t-. _ ^   -���     ,aster, the country about the Meadows
the Sme"or thereafter "entered in o; jtional conditions, but has no yow - *
from   trespassing   oa   the   company a   force them to do so,	
property;  from compelling by threats : _,������.....
employee  to ieate; I     LAND FRAUD INDICTMENTS
"She   moves	
Director  Whitmore,   with   a  sigh   of
relict, as  he saw  that   the new   boat
was   capable   Of   developing   a   speed
<"|u  | to almost any craft on the river.
; In  fact   the   was   only   an   hour  and
I twenty   minutes   In   making   the   r'e-
Iturn trip from Langley. a distance of
fifti en  miles.
Under the able guidance of Captain Mollis Young the boat made the
run without accident. Engineer
McLout3 stated that the engines worked remarkably well, better than he
had expected, and he thought that
when they had been running B Ut-
tle while, would bi able to develop
' a better speed than they showed on
the trial trip. The vibration is practically nil.
Six Captains on  Board.
The boat certainly started out under good auspices on Saturday. It
was the finest day in the year, Mayor
Lee, six captains and half a dozen
engineers were on board.
The captains who were present
were: Captain Holds Young, master
of the Paystreak, Captain R. C.  tten-
FARTHEST  NORTH  FARMER
CONTRACT IS LET FOR
Bid SHIPBUILDING PLAN.
tfi,t-
Port Arthur. March 13.���The con-
raci for the construction of the West-
em Dry Dock and Shipbuilding company's plant has been awarded to the
Canadian Stewart company.
The cost of the whole work will be
upwards of $1,01)0,000.
CONVENTION OPENS TODAY
WITH   A   BUSINESS   SESSION
,t��c w_i, ii. id. was flood-
n,u- ui the race track
  ________��-.���     . ...I   u.   WaiiT.     Three
oi   violence   auj    eiuiuujce   >u   .-_.~. ,       i AND FRAUD INDICTMENTS.
from  establishing  pickets around  the 1 	
property of tho company for the pur-   Eastern Oregon Charges Involve Valu-
pose of using violence or threatening able Tirnber Tracts lus englne ^       ;um u,eu o__ _.
:on^anv?;;Sv;^tot^Cl' ^ I    Portland, March IS.-Names oi allU as a bird on a small point of land |anything"had   happened     with    that
'******am     ******* 'the persons accused and the   charges   ''"s" '"   '"   i'��nd- ... crowd on  board,  it   would have been
*****m.__, ..��� The   fourth ^^^^^^���^^���^���^_lllll���ll���l���- ��*���- ��� <-o.
Alderman Johnston. Alderman Gil-
iey. City Clerk Duncan. City Engineer
Blackman, Moses Coatsworth, the auditor of the city hall, E. Gouiet; A.
Lusby, president of the board of trade
and many more prominent citizens
took, in the trip. Samuei Dawe, who
had charge of the construction of the
boat, was also among the passengers.
The Paystreak is one of the neatest \essels that has ever been launched from a local shipyard. She has
length of 126 feet, 6 inches and a
I beam of -���', f et 6 inches. Her engines are capable of producing about
ion pound    of steam  Or  300    horse
power.
Finely Fitted Up.
Edmonton.
..,��� ���w  ,     T The  fourth  time  lie   tried   it,  one la ba_ day for navigation on the Fra-
iu the indictment returned >c,_t-^> i  f U)e  wl   -    of  th(>  biplane  struck   ser.
in connection with alleged land irauas Lhe water    [na momeni thi  monster |    a
PAYS  EDMONTON  A  VISIT   in  Eastern Oregon, by  a granu jut ^ ;i. ;   wefl|   doWu   i:1
  in  the  United  States  District  courr.,   ^ water wll��� tiamiltou eniaogled.
___v_~_,    March 13.���George    B. ' were made public today. J[(i   wafl   BOon   re8Cued.   uui   uncon-
Knapp, a settler of Fort  Vermillion,1    The   persons   indicted   are    "a"   scious     physicians say  tor-u   that
one of Canada's farthest north farm-   Eccles, of Salt Lake, president ot tne   ^   ^
ers, is in Edmonton today, a guest at 'Oregon  Lumber  company     and    tne
the  Grand   View   hotel.    Mr.   Knapp   Sumpter   Valmy   Railroad   coupan>
left Fort Vermilion January 31, trav-. Frank M. Shurtleff, Frederick H   At-
lelllng with two horses 300 miles up   kinson and William Green, all three
'the   river   to   Peace   River   Crossing, 'of  Baker City;   Grant Geddes,  mainland following from there the customs ' gCr  of  the  two companies;    Joseph
ary  route   by   way  of    Lesser  Slave   Barton,   assistant   chief   engineer   ot
Lake to Athabasca Landing
he   was   not
Beriousty  In] re I,
ary  route  by   way  of    Lesser   biave   Bart0n.   assistant   cmei   __6_i. . ,
Lake to Athabasca Landing.   His trip ]the railroad    company,    and    James
of nearly a thousand miles was thus   gmuitlr.vaite, former   bookkeeper   of
accomplished in just four weeks.        'tn    iumDer company.
  r*���-.,An       **^************************************\******\W ^^^^^^^k^m^���"%m
EMIITE AND Ett\
WIN CHAMBERLIN MEDALS
    umi    ih' swaying cars  which  i����
jOWi I increased the trouble, till the
Ta ��� i r was swung off the track. The
rails , i��� 800(j enndilion. but the
Ues pushed   to  one   sido.    The
h;acli had been freshly balasted and
"lie ties had not become firmly set in
the loose crnvpl.    A   wrecking  train
Yesterday afternoon, Rev. Stephen
Merrltt, of Tacoma, the international
organizer of the inter-denominational
Sunday school convention, addressed
a large meeting in the scliool room
lot St. Andrew's church, on the Sabbath school question. Rev, I. W.
Williamson, provincial secretary of
the organization, also gave an address.
This afternoon the business session of the convention will be open;
ed, and in the evening Mr. Merrltt
and Mr. Williamson Will deliver addresses. The subjects to be discussed this afternoon are the following:
Primary Work. Place of Definite
Church Teaching in the Sunday
School, Home Department, Class Organization.
aCCll
in tl
��� ���-_ni.-   ^Ti\VPl.       _\     wirt'nui.
��88 wired for from Belllngham but it
*as about 4:30 before it came on the
The track was cleared early
e evening.
Local People on Board.
There were several New Westmins-
tpr people on board the train at the
"me. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mallns
Were on the chair car, and City Solici-
tor W. G. McQuarrie was in one of
the day coaches. Mrs. Gawley and
Mrs, White, of Vancouver, were in
���ue chair car. The train was in
,ll,,n;e of Conductor Millar and En-
tlneer McCabe.
Conductor Grant, of the dining car,
was left in charge of the wreck and
the rest of the train went on its way. i ^A_,rtnev
��ter having heen delayed only about   uewuney.
nn hour by the accident. '
Eraser River Encroaches.
Bome of the residents of Lulu IB-
1-lxi<i have appealed to the New West-
mlnster hoard of trade to help them
secure government assistance In pre-
veutlng   th0   praser   river   from   en-
lohn  Feelv,   a   man     about     sixty
vis old   walked over from Vancou
UUUJPUOUVU -La JV.UW        .-���.
Mr   Knapp. coming to Canada from
Shanawo  county,  Wisconsin,  entered
the Peace  river  region  fifteen years
ago. having as a companion the late
11  F  Davis, better known as Twelve-
foot Davis throughout the north coun-
trv   Mr. Knapp, after some time spent
in" exploring, during which he travelled the whole extent of the Peace finally settled at Fort Verml.loni   where
at that   tune,  there  were about  one
hundred settlers, mostly    balf-breeds-
Mr.   Knapp   has  been   success ul      n
wheat   growing.     East   year   he   lad
thirty acres tinder crop which jjdttM .
llim an average of twenty bushels
the acre.   He had fields of oats and
barU-y   which   yielded   as     wei.
'"������There is both umber and larni
taTSut Fort Vonn.Uon and an>
amount of room for fettlers, sald(Mr.
Knapp to the Bulletin yesterday. Alt
Song the north side of the Peace or
forty  miles  back  iron,  the  Orossing
*-�� ls, % XonXs Kh Se
proposed   road  along  me
of the river will open up an immense
area for settlement
������More   than   anything     use,
people of the north country need com
are altogether out of reason   Gener
au    ���"!"_ ������mnnnv   looks   tO
The indictment charges the aci-used
with having during October, 1S99, en- \
Itered into a conspiracy to defraud the !
I United States government of pan of
'its public lands located in the eastern
| part of Oregon,    lt also says the alleged   conspirators  procured   persons
to  enter  and  file  upon   timber  land
and  after  the  entrant   had  received
liis patent, to cause to be de d <:\ to
,-asi
Bowling   Carres Close
for   Two-Man   Kcnor3
New Westminster.
Contest
for
"Punk"     Wintemute    and    Parnell
Keary   have   bten   declared   the   winners of the Chamberlin bowling me-
hts patent, io cituac iu ���,._*-_. dais.     The   semi-finals  and  finals  in
the companies the lands describ d in   the handicap were played off on Sat- ; the
the patent, and that the entrants were I urday.    In the afternoon the cnam-
paid sums ranging from  $50 to $200   p[ons disposed of TurnblUl  and Car
The Paystreak is magnificiently
fltted up and no exnense has been
spared in supplying anything wliich
might add to the comfort of her passengers. In the drawing room mere
is a red velvet divan running the
| whole way around, a red carpet on
floor tind lots of comfortable
chairs. The galley and pantry are
very neat and up to date.
ver"as if thev had not been there at       Thc >stato rooms  are  provided  for
���,11   tlie  score at  the finish  showing passengers who might wish to spentt
i rn aQ_^___ the   victors   to   be   324   pins   to   the   ���1P Ilipnt on board.    There Is lots of
bStON CANADIAN CLUB   ^d    They had a handicap of U.irty- |rnntn  for frelght and Manager Whit-
                              I five, but were never in need of it.   in
this game Wintemute gave one of the
best  exhibitions of bowling that  Has
been   seen   on   the   alleys   for   some
time, averaging  198 for   five game*.
He   was  over   160  pins  ahead  Of   the
next man. ,
The   winning   of   wis   game   rmiae
each.
BORDEN TO ADCSESS
Ottawa, March 13.- K. L. Borden,
leader of the opposition in parliament, will-address the Canadian club
at Boston on March 23.
room  for freight
more looks forward to a good season in this line. The Paystreak will
alternate with the Beaver or. the run
to Chilliwack, and will make her first
regular  trip on  Tuesday.
WRIGHTS WAIVE RIGHTS
Vancou-   are aitogeu.e.  ��� -. - t0
ver" yesterday  carrying    a    io-pound   ally _��_-������.% ffSUS-*
pack on his back.    It only look Mr.
fSly about four hours to make the
trip.    He  arrived ln  good condition
the   only   thing   that   seemed        be
worrying him being the fact Uat he
could not keep very clean wllUe he
was walking  so  far.    He has neve,
heard of Edward Payson Weston,   lie
Is .ooking for work.
Tu Lee, a Chinaman from Dewdney.
will appear ln the P���lnc*��M_ ��.
court this morning on a charge of
selling liquor to Indians. Tu was
brought to the city yesterday by vo
minion Indian Cor_table O'Connel, of
Billiard Team May Change.
Kenneth Brown has challenged Art Tj)e   winnlng   of   u u   ^^   umw
Andeberg for his place on the billiard thoft) pUi,ibUl t0 ,)lav H,,ld,,u and wll.
team which wil. represent New Wist- gon f01. the sl,vol.    This .,_. a closer                                  ..                     __
minster in its games with Vancouver _e medall8tB onl, puillng 0ut      Tfl  PFRMIT   AVIATION MFFT
for the Chamberlin trophy  The game ����� plns. ah(>il(i     Wintemute again did       *"   rLUffSI I   r...,...UI.  ITtLLl
will  be  pulled off  tonight   and  will tlu,  _ h  m]M     makln    M aver���e
consist of 150 points.    Any one who 0f ^gg    j^ea]             ������
1   rolling,   loaning   ""   �� p-
Keary and Wilson tied with
TOu����� ��. .��� Points.    Any one who   of ip    Keary and WlsontUuiwu' Avlatorg  May  Brlng  ,���   Ma.
thinks he can plav as good or a bet-  a total score of 808 and an aveiage o    rwi   a
ter game than C. Coldicott, A. Ande-  j;61  ^   ^    ^ j chlne8 Sald to Infringe on
ter game man _. uwiuiw.., ... -----      ivi. .
are altogether out of reason. u��-0 .JF ��� j  Reld or F. Dav s      The9e  two gamc_ were  about the
Sly speaking the company looks to   berg, vv ^ themselves | be8t that the contests for thei Oham-
iake ?rom 100 to 150 per cent profit  are requ �� ^ m[     t has produced^  ^ 8oon
on al. stuff they sell.^^        vlBlt   Bhow tmr skIli.    It is desired tiiat  a8 the trophies are e^a��d they w U
the best players that can be found in ' be   presented   to   the   winnei s   wnu
t_e city should meet the Vancouver | ultaPblo   ceremonies.     The   bowling
stuff tney sen.
Mr.  Knapp  leaves shortly to visit
the home of his parents In Wisconsin
and will return in the summer to Fort
Vermilion.
Shipping on Atlantic Coast
��� *  wt      r*
chines Said to  Infringe on
American Patents.
Dayton,     Ohio,   March     13-The
Is Bottled Up By Dense Fog
suitable   ceremonies.     The   bowling      Dayton,     umu,    _��_.__
boys are much obliged to Mr. Cham-   Wright brothers are willing to make
beriln. arrangements with foreign    aviators
The scores for the two games are I for entering In the International avi-
as follows: atlon meet, according to a statement
Handicap 35.  made here by Orvllle Wright.
Wintemute   204 203 175 222 185   989 |    "Arrangements  can be made that
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Halifax, N- B., March H^W"*   J^mB ,nt0 the wharf till thl- was | Carver  .
in Halifax harbor and in othei ports ^ ^ ^ ^ ^    j    tbe
i \ thU coast was effectually hot- j Htream for thIrty h0UrB whi,e a pro- |
S ��P iL afternoon and tonight by
Spanish Schoo."rTo7b.es Lead on to U dense tog.^^     Tran8portation
       Serious Clash.
qorneossa,    Spain,    March    13.--A
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������""ng   thfi   praser   river   from   en-| meeting oi  uie ^ <"" "���"-�� .       "h00iB
^aching on the ��__   The farmers   as a protest agata��t the ^^01
fc8 "ate that  the current in  th��   OlflmlSgled^nJE���2*Kff*-*
.r1v7 Is cutting away some valuable      The police were forced to use
ian<l and is threatening the dykes.       clubs freely.
The      N"11""   ,;,��������������� arrived  on
Line's steamship Si   liar, gjjj
Saturday   at  noon     o�� Ka(t��>rnoon
b��t did no .doc*1,tw.     caipgpd
at nve o'clock.   The J     > ritleB pro-
because lhep Canadian be
nounced her pa"���� inmigra-
stream for thirty hours whi.e a proper manifest was prepared. She nas
700 passengers, 600 of whom proceed
to New York. .
The Sicilian Prince encountered
terrific storms. Three of her life
boats were smashed away from the
_avlts, and were so badly damaged
as to be unseaworthy. If the fog
llTtsl-nlght, the Sicilian Prince will
Wintemute
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152 167 164 198 142   823 will  permit of their entry and still
  preserve the status of the "tits now
1847 pending  for  patents  infringements,"
"he said.
He added that he and his brother
wished to maintain their techlcnal
rights, but would make n 0 objections to foreigners entering the country with an aeroplane provided there
is no actual prejudice to their status.
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Wilson PACK TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,  MARCH 14,
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HER TALL REBEL l^w^^r^^!?!^!!^
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By   MARIA   D.   FUREY.
tCopyriyht. 1310. by American Press As?o-
cial lon.J
On Holboru street in London is a
row of buildings that any sightseer
passing on top of a motor bus would
ncognize at once as having been left
among modern buildings from a past
age. It Is called the Staple inn. and
here Dr. Johnson wrote his "idler."
One morning after tho battle of Cul-
lodeu. which ended the rebellion in
Scotland led by the pretender, three
Scotchmen who had been captured in
arms against the king were being conducted past the Staple inn to the
Tower. A block stopped fhe sad cortege. One of the prisoners, MacDougal, was a very tail man, overlooking his fellows, and withal singularly handsome. A lady looking from
the window of the inn called out to
him:
"You tall rebel, you will soon be
shorter by a head."
MacDougal turned a pair of large,
sad eyes upon her and asked deferentially:
"Does that give you pleasure, madam ?"
"It does."
"Then, madam"���taking o_ his hat
and ma Icing a low bow���"I do not die
in vain."
The way having been cleared, the
procession passed on, and the lady
withdrew from the window.
MacDougal, soon after arriving at
the Tower, was about to be led out
to execution when the lieutenant received an order for a stay. Several
days passed, the prisoner expecting
death all the while, when the door of
his cell was opened, and the lady who
bad spoken to him from Staple Inn
entered. He looked at her ln astonishment.
"We have met before," said the
lady.
"I remember you well, madam. But
I ��m at a loss as to the cause of this
rtelt. for I shall soon be headless, and
a headless man cannot serve a lady."
"Nevertheless your height will be
Improved."
"And  would you  prefer  me short-
enedr
"I would.   You are too tall."
"You seem interested ln cutting me
down."
"1 am Interested in you."
"As Herodlas was interested in John
Hie Baptist."
"Yonr head, I admit, has recently
seriously concerned me."
"I regret thnt I have not the power
to give It to you. I can leave it to you
by will, but I do not think the courts
would regard the bequest of a rebel."
"Doubtless there ls some fair maid
who would prize your heart."
"If its possession would give you
pleasure you would be welcome to it,
too, could I bestow it upon you."
"I would not deprive another of a
eovetrd possession."
"There ls none other who would
prize it. But pray tell me to what
may I attribute the honor of this
Tlsit?"
"A desire to see more of so good
mannered a gentleman."
"I rejoice that  my  manners please
you.   madam,   and   regret   that   my
beight does not."
"But you will be shortened."
"My life will not be lengthened."
"You will uot die In vain."
"True; I shall have the consolation
of giving j ou pleasure."
"Say. rather, the pleasure of giving
me pleasure.    My  pleasure  is yours, |
is It notr
"Will ywu not show your apprecia-
Hon of my devotion by leaving me to
prepare for an end which may come at j
any moment?"
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office in Northern Crown Bank.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
SHINGLE MILL, full equipped, and
in running order. Free grant of
so|i) acres of timber land containing 30 million feet of Umber, 19
million feet of gore cedar and 11
million of good fir. $12000 will handle it This is a splendid buy
particulars.
Factory site, main channel of Hraser
river, near N'ew Westminster, having 475 feet of waterfrontage. See
us for price and terms.
$4.00 per front foot will buy 1000 feet
of waterfrontage on North Arm of
Burrard Inlet. This block contains
46 acres.    Must be sold at once.
Full
ONE ACRE of ground near Sapperton.
$.00, $25 down and balance $10
per month.
$30 PER ACRE will buy 60 acres of
good land in Surrey. $500 cash,
balance to arrange.
One acre on Clarke road near Burnaby; price $575; $50 cash; balance
$10 per month.
75 Acres in  Langley on Great North-
1    ern;   $t!0 per acre.
$1800 will buy 2 1-2 acres, including
house and barn; running spring on
property located on Pitt river road;
west of Fraser River mills, on car
lice survey to mills;  one-half cash.
Nine chains of waterfrontage on
North Arm of Fraser. Block contains 45 acres. Price $300 per acre;
$3000 cash; balance over five years.
Has house ;_tid barn and part under
cultivation.
50 chains water frontage containing
only 11 1-2 acres; all cleared. This
property is in the city limits; Lu.u
Island.   Good price and terms.
��*-\> "YOU  NEEDN'T
^^^^^ICOME  AROUND"
to our ollice every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be glad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal In your cellar til short notice. Also, our
phone is in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 16.
Coal procured here is crackajack coal, however secured.
||i!?*!J!!w!sS
11 .^^^^^WANTECj
WANTED
ily ^^
J. Kelley, Jlotej  Russell
WANTED  AT  OM 1.
���*$ i
WOMAN -CVrT-^*
washing home.     \;').K^A
carpenters.    A v   uo s  ' '"Ju"
street. '"���'%
WANTED���KITCHEN Mud
Mrs. Dr. Jones,  Roya
! WANTED���TENDERS
K1TC	
���- wm
avi inie,
and grade 2 66-foot lots '\ ' \'V'^
St. Patrick street. Iply Uft
$350 per acre buys 5 acres with good
water frontage on North Arm; near
New Westminster; good terms.
$125 secures a large lot, 72 x 120, one
1    block  from  city   car   line   and   on
Hastings  road;   balance  6,  12  and
18 months.    Price $400.
$350 an acre will buy three acres of
good garden land suitable for chicken ranch; on corner of two main
roads;   Lulu Island.
A fine five-acre ranch fully equipped
at a sacrifice; near Sapperton and
New Westminster. Too many good
things about this to print. Call for
full particulars.
$350 an acre buys 5 acres on Clarke
road near Burnaby.
$700  buys  1   1-16  acres on  tram  line
in   South   Westminster;   only   $300
cash.
Five acres near tram line and Sapperton;  3 acres under cultivation;  100
i    fruit  trees;   price $2200;   one-third
cash.
$375 per acre will buy two four-acre
blocks at junction of North and
Clarke roads; one-fourth cash; balance easy. This is almost in Burnaby and we well sell either block.
Five acres of good land near tram
! line; near Sapperton; 3 acres in
fruit trees; most all under cultivation; small house and outbuildings.
Price $3500; $1000 cash; balance
over two years.
$30 per acre will buy 160 acres of
good land; partly covered with
heavy cedar. Langley. One-fourth
cash; balance over three years.
Nine acres near junction of Clarke
and North roads;  $375 per acre.
$40 per acre buys 160 acres of good
farming land in Surrey; one mile
from tram line. This is suitable to
subdivide.
$25 per acre will buy 120 acres of
good iand in Surrey. This includes
two houses and two barns; part
cleared and under cultivation. Only
$1400 cash;  one and two years.
$350 per acre for nine acres off the
North road on the Clarke road in
Coquitlam; one-fourth cash; easy
terms on balance.
$80 will secure a lot 41x217 near city
car line in Burnaby. Price only
$290.
$225 each buys four large lots two
blocks from city car line In Burnaby; near Tenth avenue, city. One-
quarter cash; balance to arrange.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
,5
WANTED���COMPET
downstairs work,
ledge of plain cooking! & k'!��*
Dr. Jomcs, 48_.loyai avenu   * Mr��
$75 cash, $15 per month, buys a large
,ot on Second avenue and Second
street, Buinaby. This lot gives a
fine view and is easy cleared.
$325 buys a large corner lot on corner of Second avenue and Second
street in Burnaby; $75 cash; balance easy. One has a line view
from this lot.
We have a snap on five large lots on
Third avenue and Second street,
Burnaby. These lots lay high and
are easy cleared. Must be sold
soon.
$325 each buys two large lots on Second avenue, one-half block from city
car line. One-third cash. Owner
needs money.
I Burnaby, two large lots, close to city
|    and near tram line. Only $250 each.
$75 cash; balance $10 per month.
Six lots in Sapperton; $200 each;one-
fourth cash.
$850 buys 3 large lots in Burnaby; all
i    facing city car line; also a corner;
ctie-half cash.
Three lots, all facing Sixth stret car
line; a corner; $285 each; half cash.
$1200 buys house and lot on Third avenue, near Eleventh street; $200
cash; balance over two years if
taken at once.
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion 8treet
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room  $1   p-r  day up.
Room  and  board $2.50  per day up.
Room  with   bath  $2.50 per  day  up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day
All nitside rooms, with hot and cold
water steam heat, long distance telephone. 'This meets all trains and boats
The Dally News will be kept on file
In our reading room.
CARLETON  GILBERT,  Mgr.
iue
WAITr!
WANTED���AT    ONCL
at Kenny's cafe. '"'"ESSJ
WANTED-TO Go To ,,*,.. , .
as companion to lady ,hiii D
objection. Any time ' 1,,'r' ��"n��
Address T._G., Daily  News       l
WANTED���A    SINGLE
"���Oft
'Her j,
Huim
For Sale Cheap ! !
INCUBA TORS
teaming  and  general   ranch     B
Apply   A.  T.  Ceper.oy,  co
line   and   Hastings   road
lake. i    B^^^
WILL   PAY   A   PAIR   Pi.'nv &
shingle holts.    See us at mln ��
or at Room 9, Hank of r,m*��
building.   Address Box 1003 \\v
minster Mill Co., Ltd.
WANTED���BY   REKIXKi,  [adT_
nice   I'urnisned   sunny   room |���'J
vate house, good nelgl    -.\.,���,A ,,
moderate    terms.      Ac
23, Daily News.
WANTED���SITUATION    BY ~^m
Japanese C00k(<speaks Englt.h weSf
..ages $25 ami up.    \A, ina JapJ
ese   Mission  of    Sapperton   B (I
_ Phone 261. v
WANTED ��� A GENTLEMAN-a
companion to share with anotW
furnished  apartments [n  the West I
,    end.    Apply 200 News office
P.
WE NEED THE ROOM
WANTED,   TO   RENT.
wTNTClTTfrTuO^^^
roomed house or cottage, central];
located. Possession February Ap.
ply P. O. Box 971, City.
KIRK'S HARDWARE,^* w��__*r, a c
Home   on   Royal
ern G rooms; $
avenue;   fully  mod-
500 cash and terms.
House   and   barn   on   Fourth
$1000 cash; balance easy.
street;
Will exchange a complete equipped
five-acre ranch near Sapperton for
house and lot in New Westminster
of equal  value.
Barn to rent on Royal avenue;  $8.00
per month.
We  have  a  buyer for a  small  piece
of acreage in Burnaby.
WILSON,   COOK   _   CO.
Office in Northern Crown Bank.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
For CHILLI rVACK -�����
UPRIVER
DINGS
THE  NEW STERNWHEELER
S.S. PAYSTREAK
Will  Leave Brackman-Ker Milling Company's Wharf, New Westminster, 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 8am
Leave Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday a_d Sunday at 7 a. m.
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ACCOMODATIONS
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
NEW  WESTMINSTER
ROOM8   TO   RENT.
TO   RENT ���LARGE   .nn-vl   liEI> '
room suitable for gentlemau    -^
ply G09 Victoria street, near 1��.'>J
News office.  *
ROOMS TO LET���UN. L'T{N1611 ED
on Eleventh street, close in. two-
room cabins or single, separate entrance; electric light, etc., from fl
per week. Apply White, Sink's &
Co., 746 Columbia street.
FOR  RENT.
TO   RSOT-*6^_^8I)TTABI^P0R
gentleman.     Apply 205 Carnarron
street.
TO    LET���COMFORTABLE    ROW
for one or two ��*_les, close to cat
616 Hamilton street; city,
TO    LET ��� FURNISHED    ROOl ,
West end.   Apply D. X . Dally Nei
office.
FOR RENT���SUITE "OF ROOM!
suitable for light housekeeping. Apply Alex. Speck, at his store Front
street.
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
FOUND.
FOUND ��� OVERCOAT, BETWEEN*
Qileen's avenue and Fourth street.
Owner can have same by calling at
the po.ico station.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  .
RESERVE
.$14,400,000.00
.  11,000,000.00
Branches   throughout   Canada   and
"Is tny presence obnoxious to you?"
"At any other time it would be a
treasure to  ne."
"But you wish to be alone."
"Only on account of the nearness of
death."
"Will nothing ruffle your politeness?"
"Nothing will affeci my appreciation
for so charming a woman."
"Why did you rebel against King
George ?"
"1 believed Scotland would be bene-
Itcd by Charles Edward."
*Tbe k'ng is a good man."
"Dor.-'       "
She haii-cJ him a _lp of paper. He
iu bis eye ��.ver it.   It read:
Let Lady ��� hav 1 access to her tall
rebel, and  be hanged to her.
GEORGE R.
Something like u faint smile dawned
���pun tbe lips of tho prisoner. "Ills
���rajesty," he said, "is very good to me
to permit you to visit me."
"lie has been more kind to you than
that"
Drawing a piece of parchment from
her corsage, she handed It to him. It
was a pardon, beautifully engrossed
within a decorative border. MacDougal looked up at his visitor for a mo-
���mt. then sprang toward her and
flnng bis arms about ber. Under cover
ef heartless banter she had been talk-
lag tbe language of love. He had not
interpreted her correctly, but now ho
understood. She suffered���no, returned
���(be embrace.
**TVtay did you rejoice at my approaching death?" he asked.
"Because you were an enemy of tho
-kg."
"Aud what changed you?"
Tour manners."
"-Tin! Rather a woman's weather-
��_* nature. And you alone bave
atred me?"
"No; F have been assisted by the
Barl of Southerlnnd nnd all tbe county
at Ross."
Tbe two passed out of the Tower
together nistory says nothing of the
future of either, though they were real
characters.
Newfoundland,  and  ln   London,  Eng-
(land, New York, Chicago and Spokane
'. TJ. S. A., and Mexico City.   A general
jbanklng    business    transacted.      Let-
��� ters of Credit issued,   available with
I
correspondents  in    all  parts of    the
j world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposit?
: received ln  sums of $1 and  upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent. pe��
annum  (present rate).
TrttiV   Assets over $168,000,000.00.
n.E\��    WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager
THE  MEALS AT THE
Lytton Hotel
are prepared hy expert white
cooks in the cleanest and most
sanitary   kitchen  in  the  city.
21-MEAL   TICKET   $4.50
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
I
Windsor Hotel Block       P. O. Box 644
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.
FOR  SALE.
FOR 'SAi_��5a0T^0N~R0YAL *V-
enue; East end; $soo for a few days
_only.    Apply  J.   k.,   Daily   Newi
FOR SALE ��� OWNER HAS T.
leave the city; 10-room modm
house with  big  lot;   for  sale  at ���
snap.    Apply p. o. Box
I
NATIONAL FINANCE CO.
LIMITED
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 515 Curtis Block 657 Columbia St.
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN    HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands witli.
In the railway belt ln British Coluui
bia, may be homesteaded by any perron wno Ib the sole head of a family
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section' ol
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must ba made personally at
the local land office for the districi
ln which the land is situate. Jflntry
by ptoxy may, however, bu made '"'
certain conditions by the lather,
mother, son. daughter, brother or Bister of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to pi r-
form the conditions connected therewith under one of the following
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the laud oa
each year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, lf tne
father is docased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm ln the vicinity of
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied hy
such person residing with the father
or mother.
(3) lf the settler haa his permanent
residence upon farming land ownsd
hy him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence i'Pnn
the said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may he
leased for a period of t.wcnty-on*
years at an annual rental of $1 P''r
acre. Not more than 25��0 ncrea
shall he leased to one Individual or
compnny. A royalty at the rate ��f
five cents per ton shall he collected
On the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of fhe Interior.
M.B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will    not he P|lia
���it
I MONOAV.  MARC H14, 1.10.
Ready
Money
_     friend    ALWAYS
k GOOD    FRlt""
,,.,,.,wit vour money for
b/?"S liank of Toronto
I fafe:y,       safe while you leave
11 *". reads when you need It,
|ltl and ready u^llhfl
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
be
U_?7.e Time
1 in,- for vou three per cent.
K small or large sums
Imy be deposited at any time.
80
BRANCHES
l,n   Ontario,   Quebec   and   the
West.
CAPITALIST
. $4,000,000
. . 4,750,000
IM of Toronto
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
J, liracey, Mgr.
LAND   ACT.
\m of Notice, District of New Westminster.
ake notice   that   John   Ferdinand
egs, ol  Nelson   Island,  occupation
fnur. intends to apply  for permls-
|n to purchase   the   following   de-
Tribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
i southeast corner of Timber Lot
fc41, about one mile northeast of
fad of Bl.Ungs Bay, thence north
1 chains to or near small lake, thence
Jst 40 cliains, thence south 40
Bains, thence west 40 chains to point
commencement, containing ICO
|res more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND  BAGGS,
Name of Applicant.
bated at Nelson Island, B. C, De-
Biber -'���'. 1503.
WHEN GOING EAST
THE TICKET AGENT
TU SEND YOU OVER
J_HE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
eht Tram? Every Hay in the Yeai
BETWEEN
[Minneapolis) St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
JHE      NORTH-WESTERN.       LTD.
pniiodies the newest aud best Ideas
COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
ll'Xl'RY. it is lighted, with both
(tctricity and gas; the most brilliant
Nominated train tn the world. Th��
luipment consists of private ���ompart-
%'������������ cars, ..hi lard lft section sleep
luxurious dining car, reclining
fcair cars (seats free), modern day
baches and buffet, library and rnnok-
IS wi-
|For Time  Tablea.  Folders, or  aa��
fnher information call on or writ*
p. W. PARKER.
720 Second Atmso, �����**__. V****.
A SINGLE HI,
By   PERCY  Q.   HALL.
[Copyright, 1910, by American Press Association.]
The editor of the Excelsior Magazine
sat at his desk opening envelopes containing contributions. Running over
the sheets of ono to discover if it came
within tho prescribed length, he found
between two of them a hair. It was
too long for a man's hair and too short'
for a woman's. But it must be one
or tho other, and slnco the manuscript
was sent in by a woman he concluded
that it had belonged to the latter. It
was not black or brown or red; it
was golden. And tho name of the girl
on whose head It had doubtless grown
was Nathalie Rose Arrowsmlth. But
perhaps this was Octltious.
The Excelsior Magazine was published In the far west, where women,
being comparatively scarce, are appreciated. Possibly It was this that led
tho editor to dream over the golden
hair and Nathalie Rose Arrowsmlth.
Ue was a young man of Ideal tastes.
lie was not the owner of the periodical, but an employee whose business
it was to select such contributions as
would fit In between certain other
staple mutter. He possessed literary
discrimination, but was aware that this
delicate faculty w:is not considered In
fixing bis salary, what was expected
of him was to read the manuscripts
that came In to see that there wns
nothing In them calculated to offend
any of the magazine's patrons, selecting those that would fit the empty
spaces.
That a good narao for Miss Arrow-
smith would be "the fair one with the
golden locks" gradually Insinuated Itself Into the young editor's mlud. He
estimated the length of her production and, finding it within limits, laid
it aside for acceptance ln case lt contained nothing objectionable. Mean-
While his operative mentality was on
his work, but his ideal faculties���those
akin to soul���were on "tbe fair one
With the golden locks." By the time
he had read her manuscript he had conjured up a poetic, aesthetic condition
that enabled him to see In lt the lili-'li
est degree of literary merit. The language was "plains" or gulch language,
nnd the author had succeeded In giving it ns correctly as If she had kept a
cowboy's boarding house There were
Rattlesnake Bill ai.d Mex! an IVte. as
"bad men ns ever fanned a 15 or
twisted a bowle." Then there was
Cactus Kate, not overparticular in tor
loves, but "a '""' ':'~ :.: T. bl"
mountal-,"
ThO story wa- avuiiu-ie. bul Wiethe editor contemplated offering the
management's limit of compensation
for such pro-Uctions-$-.-J-hls whole
ldenl nature sickened. Yet what could
he do? Any suggestion to pay an additional sum for n literary gem would
only meet with a snarl from his chief
nnd the remark that "we ain't In this
yere business to edecate authors, but
for dust." He concluded to soften the
blow for the fair ono with the golden
locks by writing her a letter of apology for offering har so pitiful a sum for
hi
Re Lot 5, Block 23, New Westminster
City.
Whereas, proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 14,068a, Issued In the name of William Rox-
burgh, has been fl,ed in this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the nrst publication
hereof In a dally newspaper published
In the City of N'ew Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless ln the meantime valid objection
be made to me 1c writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry  Office, New Westminster, B, C, February 11, 1910.
Some of the members of the Beauty   Brigade  coming  with "A  Stubborn  Cinderalla" on Thursday Evening.
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GENERAL AGENTS
Mail Service
Following are the Hours or despatch
nd arrival of malls at the New West-
nlnBter post office, the hour given ln
each case being the hour of closing,
which i_ half an hour, as a rule, before the actual despatch.    All malls,
inless otherwise stated, are despatch
d and received dally except Sundjy
The  only   malls   dispatched   and   re
ceived Sunday are the G. N. R. South
and C. P. R. east mails, not including
he   way   malls,     Sapperton,     Fraser
Mil's and Coquitlam.
Mails Despatched.
Gasoline Lighting
Red Cross Sanitary
Closet
Hall  and Lavery Block
Hi_h Grade Watch Movements at
CHAMBERLIW S, The Jeweler
Official C. P. R. Time Inspector.
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��� "_^'-__j___s__i
-Fot there by the
ranker a��� (o_n_
l*����� In th- advice
|*��se M.L Pure Paint.
l^one can itve.
IJJb no hard thing to
|��c a paint that
Msooks good in the can
j*7��r sounds good in
l*ne advertising���and
Irfiff couldn't teU the
plW-e beforehand.
IJJ 'tis not so easy to
IgJtoMtfMr the purest
*f rials in the most
S**TO-��-4 the,
^entheJuiVui
^that's what you
*�� when you buy
'IVt.I PURE
I ^"JL PAINT
j ANDE*&ON _ LU8BY
iS.,0r N��* West-
1    n8ter ��>a District.
er production.
If he had stopped at this there need
have been no harm done. All editors
kindly insert feather beds under strug-
j clIiiR authors before knocking them
down. It's a feature of the business.
But ths gold strand had stuck ln his
head, and he added some "soft stuff."
lie inclosed the proprietor's check for
thc price to be puld and sent tbe whole
away with a fluttering heart.
A few days later ths young editor
beard a stentorian voice ln tbe manager's private room debating some
question with all ths Intensity of language of Rattlesnake Bill or Mexican
IVte ln the story. Then tbe manager
called tj�� editor Into bia office. There
stood �� strapping cowboy whose yellow hair hung down under bis sombrero. There were pistols and cartridges in his belt and spurs big
enough for buss saws ou his heels.
He was flushed with anger; but, on
seeing tbe editor, who was a delicate
fellow of five feet two Inches and a
hundred pounds weight, be stood astonished for a moment then burst Into
a fit of uncontrollable laughter.
"Be you tbe kid as w_t that?" be
asked, holding forth the editor's apologetic message
The editor stood stupefied.
"Waal. waal. 1 ain't on thc blow
about seeln' big wondersybut this Is tbe
blnrstedeet observation 1 ever made.
So y' took me for a gal. And tbe hair
ez got In between the sheets. A golden strand. And y' daubed in some
soft soap on me. I sure never see
nothln' like this before."
"Did you write the stuff?" asked the
proprietor of Nathalie Rose Arrow-
smith.
"_artin.   I read �� to the boys, and
they 'lowed it was fins."
"What mads you choose tbat name?'
"Why. pard. I waa called sudden on
a roundup and lef the stuff with a
young feller es Jlst corns out to the
Petera ranch from tha oast to aend to
your magaalne.   Ha put on tbe name.
He said he'd glre tt a nam der plum."
"It ia a plum," remarked tbe proprietor contemptuously.
"Waal, little one, I coma up yere to
to aee what kind ot a galoot took ma
for a gsL 1 thort as tf there waa ary
Insult luUndad, though I ain't much
on gun suddenness. I'd Jiat bore a hols
in the man as did lt. But you ain't
big enough target for my guns. Good-
by. Mr. Proprietor; goodby. little one."
And he walked out to tbe music of
his spurs.
Then tha manager turned to his editor.
"I reckon," ba said, "this ain't ne
pastnss for a moon calf Ilka yout T*
better go east to soma o* than college
magailaea. Here'a roar salary to
data.-
G;0U a.m. (closed at eleven ociocu
thv previous unjui}���Vancouver via
G. M. R. Owl.
8 a.m���Vancouver and Victoria via
}. C. Electric railway.
First C. P. R. -ast taking all poluu
ast including Langley and district.
The mall tor Abbonsiord aud district, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and district, and Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver.
8 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, lu
eluding all U. S. points east and suutn,
and Hall's Prairie, Fernridge and Haz
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Cloverdale, except Hall's Pralri., Ha-
selmere and Fernridge, which arrive on
he Port Gulchon  train on Tuesdays? I
Thursdays and  Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric Rail |
way.
12:30 p.m.���StrawDerry Hill, iini
.erland and South Westminster, bj
ourier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East BuraaDy, by courier
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, iby courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer months ciose at
2:30 except Saturday)���Ladner, Port
Guichon, Westham Island and Sun-
bury, dally except Sunday; Woodward,
Tuvseday. Thursday and Saturday, via
"J. C. Bruce." (Steveston mall despatched and received via Vancouver.)
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
elding, via G. N. R. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nleomekl, and
Port Kells dally, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyne-
head on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
lake, via B. C. Electric Railway. Sat
nrday an extra mall Is despatched to
Victoria via Vancouver at this hour
Blaine and Seattle, Including all 11
B. points east and south, via O. N. K
Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R. east, frva
Ber Mills. This mall takes the foi
lowing local places: Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Hammond Port Haney, Mission, Chilli
wack,' Harrison Hot Springs, Agassiz,
Lytton, Lillooet, Spenoes' Bridge, Nicola and district, and all nolnts east
except Kootenays.
Mai I a Bscsivsa.
6:45 a.m.���Blaine and Seattlv, including all U. S. points, via G. N. tt.
"Owl."
8-20 am.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
��:00 to 10:00 am���Strawberry Hiu.
by courier (Tuesday nnd Friday).
j:30 am.���Vancouver and Victoria,
r_0. N. R. '. ������_,
10-00 to 11:00 am.���Ladwr, Port
Guichon, Westham Ialand and Clue*
day Thursday and Saturday) Wood
"Vd, via steamer J. 0. Bruce. (Steves,
ton deapatched and received via Van-
"TSim.-O. P. R- east (first train)
Bapperton,  Fraser Mills and Coqult-
'T'oO p.m.-Vancouver, Central Park
^SS^SEs Burnaby, by courier.
liS Pp.m.-Burqult.am by courier.
8:80 p.m.���Blaine and   Seattle, in
luding all U. 8. points.
9:40 P.m.-Second Mall ��Mt,am
losed mall from nS_^__*_S
ncludina TJ. 8. A. matter, and also
Praser Mills.
Western   Canada
Bag, Envelope and Box Board Co., Ltd.
HEAD OFFICE: 407 HASTINGS STREET. VANCOUVER, B. C.
LOCATION OF PLANT:   SAPPERTON SIDING, NEAR WESTMINSTER.
ORGANIZ__   TO   MANUFACTURE
Bags, Envelopes, Pulp Eoard, Box Board, Folding
Box Boards, Building Paper, Roofing and Deadening Felts, Sheathing, Paper Boxes, Cartons,
Oyster Pails and Specialties.
CAPITALISATION,
q>_.D<J,_
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Divided into 225,000 Shares 8 per cent., Cumulative
Preference Stock, One Dollar per Share, 25,000
Shares Ordinary Stock, One Dollar per Share.
sa> ^0m^~a\ama\mm~a^k~���a**mm~*^ma^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������m������������**��� a������������������������.������������������ _       .. ������������������������
WE NOW OFFER  FOR SUBSCRIPTION THE FIRST ISSUE OF
100,000 of the 8 per cent. PR FERENCE SHARES
, In Blocks of 100 Shares at One Dollar per Share
PAYMENTS.
Fifteen per cent on application, 15 per cent ln thirty days, balance at the rate of IB 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 one dollar per share the second
Issue, comprising 100,000 shares, will be offered for subscription at $1.10 per share. In ordering the
stock each subscriber will kindly state lf In the event the first issue is oversubscribed upon receipt
of the application by the Company, he wishes the application returned or allowed on the second issue
at $1.10 per share.
In offering the Preference shares of this Company for subscription we do so with a feeling that lt
will prove one of the best industrial stocks ever offered ln Western Canada. It not only Is certain to
become a Bplendid dividend-payer, but Inside of eighteen months it will be selling at a big premium.
The flrst Issue of 100,000 shares ls offered In blocks of 100 shares at $1.00 per share, and the second Issue of 100,000 shares at $1.10 per share. The Preference ^tock is entitled to a fixed cumulative
preferential dividend of 8 Per cent per annum, payable befoie any dividend is paid on the Ordinary
shares. After the payment of the above dividend an amount equal to IB per cent of the remaining
profits of the Company shall be distributed each year pro rata among the Preference shareholders of
the Company, and 10 per eent of the balance of the profits shall be carried forward as a special reserve fund exclusively as a special security for the payment of preferential dividends on the Preference shares; when In any year the Company ls unable to pay the regular Preferential dividends ot 8
per cent said dividend shall he paid out of the special reseive fund: provided, however, that the remainder of the entire special reserve fund shall be distributed evey Ave years pro rata among the
Preference stockholders of the Company.
After the payment ln each year of the* 8 per cent, preferential dividends and the distribution of
15 per cent of the net profits, and setting aside of a special reserve fund as aforesaid, the balance ot
the profit shall be paid to holders of the Ordinary stock.
1. AND WHEN COMPLETE THE PLANT WILL HAVE A WEEKLY CAPACITY OF 120,000 LBS.
OF BAGS, ENVELOPES, BOXBOARD, BUILDING PAPER, ROOFING' AND DEADENING FELT*
8HEATHING,  PAPER BOXES, ETC.
WE ARE  REASONABLY CONFIDENT OF HAVING OUR MILL IN OPERATION BY DECEMBER
THE   PROPERTY   8ECURED BY THE COMPANY AT 8APPERTON  SIDING NEAR WESTMINSTER. HAS A RAILROAD FRONTAGE OF 1,140 FEET, AND IS 8PLENDIDLY    SITUATED,    BOTH
FOR CITY TRADE AND DOCK8  FOR  FOREIGN  SHIPMENTS.        ;   . tjft.&n l__K.I 'HEBTBLB
DIRECTOR8.
GREELY KOLTS, Fiscal Agent British-Canadian Wood Pulp ft Paper Co., Ltd.
NORMAN CAPLE, President Norman Caple Co., Stationers, Vancouver, B. C.
E. R. CHANDLER, Lumber and Timber, Vancouver, B. C.
A. 8. BRAKE, Paper Importer and Jobber, Vancouver, B. C.
W. S. ROSE, Fiscal Agent for New Westminster. Merchants' Bank Build ing, pbone 334.
ED. F. ALLEN, Manager Fiscal Agency, B. C. Wood Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd.
ADDRE88   ALL   COMMUNICATION 8 DIRECT TO
W. S. ROSE, Fiscal Agent for New Westminster
746||Columb.a Street. Phone*655.
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THE DAILY  NEWS.
MONDAY,  MARCH   U
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The Dafty
. uulUbed by The Dully .News PubUaW-
tL2 Company, Limit! d, at their offlci B
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
A Pardon
By HARRY VON AMBERG
Copyright, 1910,  by American Press
Association.
ren-
Brltlshers
[or a really
There is no longer any doubt that
the British House of Lords will be reformed, and that at once. The necessity for such a step lias long been
recognized, but not until now has action been taken. The work o: reform will hi ail probability be effected by the Lords themselves. Lord
Rosebi ry's scheme, which 1ms this
purpose in view, is to be submitted
for the consideration of his fe low
peels this evening. Naturally con-
sfderable interest attaches to the occasion, not only in Great Britain, hut
the world over, lt remains to be seen
whether Lord Rosebery's proposition
is of Buch a character as to merit
eral support.
The great majority of
recognize the necessity
good senate, an effeclenl legislative
institution which Is aide to revise the
proceedings of tlie elective assembly
with that authority which intelligence
and capability confers.
A reformed House of Lords enjoying the confidence of the people
the ground of high character
and experience of its members would
be far stronger and far more useful
than the present assembly, Which is
established upon the basis of heredity alone.
The most popular idea of reform
seems to be that the hereditary peers
shouid elect a limited number of
their own order, as the Sc itch and
Irish peers do now; an.l to these
should be added a quota of life peers
. (wise men of the Empire) appointed
by Uie Crown: with a contingent of
official peers qualified by their excellence as public servants, or bring
the heads of great professional, scientific, educational or religious corporations.
With so much interest Ik in
in the subject, it is likely to receive
very thorough attention, an 1 out of
the various schemes which have nnd
are to be put forward a real council
of wise men will probably be evolved
on
status
"You, boy: Come out o' that and
help briug on the wood."
So called the mate of a steamboat
on the Mississippi to a pale faced boy
lying iu his bunk. It was at night,
and the weather was stormy.
"I can't; I'm sick."
"You hain't goiu' to work yer passage on this yere boat sojern there.
Git ii]), I say, and carry your load."
The boy made a feeble attempt to
rise, but failed. The mate seized a
stick of wood and held it over the Invalid.
"You git up or I'll brain you!"
Fear gave the boy additional
strength, and he managed to pull himself out and stagger over the gang
plank to a wood pile which the dock
hands were transferring to the boat.
He worked as best he could till the
task was finished, then crawled back
to bis bunk and fell fainting in it.
This boy, Robert Stewart, wns so
poor that in order to get from New
Orleans to St. Louis he was obliged
to work his passage on a steamboat.
The mate was a powerful man, aud
the boy, who was ill with a fever, was
completely at his mercy. What made
the act still more brutal was that
there were plenty of deck bauds to do
the work without calling out a sick
boy. There was something fiendish in
tho mate's nature that led bim to this
net of cruelty.
Years passed meanwhile. That sick
boy was moving In one direction,
while the mate who had tyrannized
over him aud had nearly cost him his
clean,   Btraight   dressed   and   painted
'and set firmly in  the ground  to  the
'satisfaction   of   the   foreman   of   the
Board  of  Works for the  time  being
       of the said Corporation.
  (1>)    The   said   Company   shal   and
i will   from   time  to   time,  and   at   al.
Bylaw to enable the Western Can-   Ij]]i|S   durlng   the   erection   of     any
ada  Power  Company,  Limited, to >(ll(is   th(,  ,aytog or Rtrfnglng of any
wires  and   dining  repairs   to  and   al-
Iteratlons of the same take due care
and proper precaution for the safety
PRIVILEGES BI'-LAti, 1910
sell electric current within the
corporate limits of New Westminster.
BRENING & ���Q
jand protection of foot and other pas-
Whereas the Western Canada Pow-igengers, and of horses and carriages
er company, Limited, a body corpor- passing along the streets, lanes,
ate, ls desirous of entering into the bridges or highways of the Corpora-
City of .New Westminster for the ���0_, eta wliich the erection, laying,
purpose of supplying electric power stringing construction alteration or
for industrial purposes and other pur- repair is being performed, and will
poses incidental thereto, and it is ex- not unnecessarily interfere with or
pedieru that such permission be gran'-'impede the public right of travel,ing
ed the said company upon the terms
and conditions'hereinafter set out:
Therefore the Municipal Council of
the Corporation of the City of New
Westminster enacts as follows:
1. ln tliis Bylaw the word "Com-
I pany" shall mean the Western Canada Power Company, Limited, its suc-
'cessors and assigns, the word "Corporation" shall mean the corporation of the City of Xew Westminster,
on  such    public    highways,    streets,
lanes  and   bridges,   nor   in   any   way
obstruct  the entrance to any door or
gateway,   or   interfere   with  the   free I
access to any building.
lo)    The Company shall before be- i
ginning  any  work   within   the  limits
of    the    Corporation    hereunder and
from    time   to   time,   as   and     when !
the   system    may    be    altered    or t
���^^^^^���^^^^^^^^^���^^^^J,e*tended, tile with  the Corporation a j
eiad  the  word  -'('01111011"  shall   mean   pi;m showing the    public    highways.
tbe Council of tha said Corporation.    Streets, bridges or otherpubllc places
2.   The   said   Company   may    con-   )n  which  it   proposes  to erect  pO'.es, I
struct, erect  and  maintain and there   string   wires  or  cables, lay  COttduits
is  hereby granted  to  the said com- and the particular part thereof ll pro-.
pany under and subject to the terms,   poses  to occupy  tor each  such   pur-
conditions and covenants hereinafter  p0Se,  preference being given  as  far
set   forth,   permission   to    constrict,   as possible to the use of lanes, side j
erect   and   maintain   its    poles,   and   streets or    alleys,  and    shall  at  the
string or operate  a   line  or linos of   same time present and file with  the
along the sides and across or   Corporation specifications of the elec-
publlc   highway,  street   or   trlcal   conductors,     wires,    poles  and
budge   within   the  limits  of the  City   conduits   proposed   to   be   erected   or
of New Westminster, except that part   ini,i  by   it.   specifying   the   materia.s j
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120.    Price $300 each;
Price  $55o   per   acre;
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$1000   cash;    balance
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Real Estate and Insurance
Office: Merchants Bank of Canada Building
New Westminster, B.C.
Phone 686 P.O. Box 7 7(,
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wire
nntler any
of Columbia Street between Tenth
Street and Leopold Place, and to do
all things which may be necessary In
the supplying of electrical current
for industrial power and heating purposes during the term of fifty years
from   the   date   hereof.
2.    This Bylaw shall not grant unto
the  Company   the  right  or  privilege
nnd dimensions thereof, the height of
the wires. the de; th of the
conduits, the methods of insulation
and the devices to be used for the
protection of life and property, and
the said po.es, wires, cables or conduits shall be erected, strunir or laid
as tbe ease may be, in such places
only as shall be agreed upon by the
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COMPANY, Ltd.
life was moving in another.   The one   of supplying power for or operating [corporation and not  otherwi
wns rising, the other sinking.  Schooled an  electric  lighting  business  within
in adversity, Robert Stewart possessed the corporate limits during the said
that within him which enabled him to period of fiifty years, but any person
triumph over obstacles, the hardships flrm  or  corporation     who  is  a  cus-
he had endured furnishing a spur to tomer of the Company, and is using
send him onward and upward.    Sue- [or P��rP��fs  other  than  the produc-
cessful in his own affairs, the people "��" ,of ��fht and ^at  power supplied
intrusted him with theirs.   In time his �� ^mT^   I     *   ���  ��f ��
,                                     . least   thirty   (30)   horse   power   may
name became known to every one ln ,le^ by the Con     ny
Missouri.   He rose to be governor. ' -       -
One day a man was brought to the
for  the  purpose  of  generating  light
(d) That the poles, wires and
conduits hereafter to be erected in
pursuance of such privileges sliall
not be used by the Company for any
purpose other than for the purposes
hereinbefore mentioned and the Company shall not permit or allow any
other person, persons or corporation
other than the sab' Cor*,'N,,a,tion of
the City of New We f lnster to
use or tn any way    uri.ize the said
taken
.for the lighting of the business pretn- poles wires conduits and oth"r struc-
governor from the penitentiary as an lsPS of SUc_ person, firm or corpora- tures'to be'-laced on said PtWs in
applicant for pardon. He was a large, tion upon which the power supplied pursuance of this agreement for any
powerful fellow, and the moment the by the Company for power purposes purposes whatsoever without the eon-
governor looked at him be started, as aforesaid is used. sent nf the Corporation by resolution
Then he scrutinized the criminal long 4. The Company may during the. Qf tn(, Council first having hem ob-
and   closely.      Without   speaking   he   said   period   of   fifty   years   use   such j talned.
turned to his desk, picked up the pa-   poles upon the public streets as may |     (p)    T)lp ma[n transmission line of
the   Company   when   carried   through ''
the  City  of  New   Westminster   shall
LACE
CURTAINS
AT
per ou which the man's pardon had from time to time be erected or own
been made out and wrote his name at ed by the Corporation for the pur-
the bottom of It   Before handing it to   nose nf carrying tbe Company's wire
SPRING   AND   THE   FASHIONS.
Ai last we may safely say the winter is at an end. It ha i be n unusually long, and, moreover, somewhat trying in its character. But the Spring
is surely with us now. The gloiiousi
weather  which  prevailed  during the j
pasi
\Y1
week ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
brilliant sunshine, was most welcome and gladdened the hearts of us
ajl. The advent of the vernal season
has awakened quite a keen interest
in that topic which is ever to the fore
in the minds of our women folk. To
vary thc well known line, "In the
Spi ing a woman's fancy lightly turns
to fashion's form."
According to old country exchanges, there are to be some charming
novelties. The ladies, we are to:d,
will abandon the elegant style known
as the sheath dress and clothe their
figures in shapely and close fitting
haliilments. Belts are likely to come
into vogue again and therefore, of
course, the smail waist. Tbe reduction, however, will come about by
easy stages.   One of the novelties of
the prisoner he said to him:
"1 fear It will be useless, perhaps
wrong, for mo to grant you this pardon;"
The man stood stolidly waiting to
know the governor's reason.
"You will commit some other crime
and be sent to the penitentiary again."
"No, governor; I promise you that I
will not."
Tho governor looked doubtful. lie
was apparently turning something over
In'his mind.   Finally he said:
"Y'ou will go back on to the river���as
mate on a steamer, I suppose."
"Yes, governor; I'll go back to work
at any position I can get."
Well," the governor continued, "be-
, or wires  under  the  terms  and  conditions, that is to say:
(a)    The Corporation  may without
any   charge,     cost   or   liability,
subject  to  such  reasonable  nnd
i be at a height not less than fifty feet
j above the ground and shall be carried
; along  such  location a>  may be    approved by the Committee?- mentioned
but j In See. 4, s. s.   (h)  hereof.    The volt-
Half Price
',rn"  age to be carried on any wire forming
per conditions as to position of wires   pnn  nf  ,,���,  T)js,rlhu,|on  system,  and
���ind supervision of work as the Com-  not hplnR tllp mnln
���>any   may  impose,   use   any   pole  or
noles  the  property  of  the  Company,
md erected by it  within  the corpor-
-ite limits for the purpose of carry- ,    (f)   Th   Com      . sha]1       .,,,,. _,
ng any wire or wires belonging toL   lu{ *   devices and   Huh.
he  sain   cnviinratinn   for  Itc  mm   nniM 1
^^^^^^^^^^^^    ransmission lin^e.
shall not be greater than 2600 volts,
without   the   written   consent   of   the
said Committee,
(fl
said corporation for Its own ptir-
any wire or
poles belong-
the Co npany
i'l  :���������-. I"._g of
11,     Us   abundance  of i fon, j par(ion you [ ^i^ V()U t0 mat:.
me a promise."
The man looked interested and waited. The chief magistrate was iu no
hurry- The mass of business awaiting
bis attention was forgotten in this pardon case. There must bo something in
it to move him so strangely. For a
few minutes there was a faraway look
in his. eyes. He seemed to be picturing something. That it was a painful
scene was evident from his expression.
Then he turned to the criminal and
said impressively:
ning arresters necessary for the prop-
' er insulation of their lines so as to
; render them safe to the public, such
insulation or protection to be under
the inspection and subject to the approval of the Committee mentioned
in Sub-section (b) of Section 1 hereof.
t *'���
(g)   Prior to the erection or repair
;of any poles by the Company  wbicli   I
year   up  to  and
___\
   including  the   year
"I wish you to pledge your word that   1916, for each and every pole erected,
when you go back to the river as mate   maintained or used by th
the season will be vari colored shoes, ! ',,.lve'\'.'
a style that has for some time prevailed in Paris and Berlin. The color
of the shoes will harmonize with
that of tlie costume, in fact the who.e
outfit, including the veil will be en
suite. 1
The monstre hat and the expanded
hair are to give place to small hats
aud toques, with neater hair dressing.
For this change at all events, we believe the ma.e sex will be profoundly
fliankful. Thc whole tendency this
year will be towards a qulter, simpler and more artistic style, and harmony of tone and style will-be more
studied.
on a steamboat you will never drive
a sick boy from his bunk to load your
boat on a stormy night."
The criminal looked at the governor
in 11 vain attempt to understand why-
he imposed upon him such a singular
condition. Then he made the required
promise, asking at the same time for
11 explanation.    Finally the governor
;'oses onlyj
[bj    Before   placlni
wires upon  any  pole or
ing to ihe Corporation,
shall oh:ai:;  tho con"'-'t
���he   Mayor,    the   Chairman   o:'    the
Hoard   of   Works,   and   Chairman   of
tbe Light Committee of the said Council   for the  time  being,  and  il   shal.
he lawful for tbo said Mayor, Chairman   of   the  Board   of    Works    and
Chairman of the Light Committee of
the Council aforesaid in granting such
consent to Impose such reasonable and
proper   conditions   as   to   position   of
Wires and supervision of work as it   Pair as aforesaid and shal, obtain   ho
m-iv deem fit iconsent  in  writing of the Committee
(C)    The Company shall pay lo the j mentioned  in  sub-section   (b)   of  sec-
Corporation: ' !"?" 4   'Tt   ' aml ?�� 9on>Pany-shall
fl)    in   each   and   every   calendar   without delay, not in any case to ex-
^^^ coed 72 hours, remove all earth, sand,
debris, dirt or other material and put
the   street  or  land   in   as  equally  a
good state of repair and condition ns
Just at the right time too.   You'll be fixing up for EaBti I -
cleaning comes early this year���and there will be    lots oi   1
you'll need tor the home.   Here  is an exceptional offer, une thai wil'
appeal to the economical housewife.
30 pairs only, white or ecru   Lace Curtains, double  bold
foral design, with neal floral pattern  centre.    Fine  quality  net,
in
inches wide.    Regular $4.50.    Special   	
Be here early, and secure a.l  you   require
gains of this description do not stay long.
$2.25
at    this   figure.     B
streets or lanes, or a portion thereof,
I may render it necessary to dig Into
lor In any manner interfere with any
ithe Company shall notify the Corporation of their intention to erect or re-
1       New Curtain Scrim
Company
other than poles belonging to the
Corporation ten (10) cents per pole
per annum, nnd for each and every
pole belonging to the Corporation
used by the Company for the carrying of any wire or wires, fivi [I
cents per pole per annum.
{2> in each and every calendar
year from tlie year 1018 to the year
1926,   both   inclusive,   for   each   and
A splendid assortment of New designs in Venetian scrim
ground with colored designs in a variety of pretty two and
toned effects. Inspect our showing of these
Double width, per yard	
eci
thre
popular
curtainlngs
    30c
,lt  was  before it  was broken  or dug
or disturbed.
(li)     The   Company   shall   not   cut <|
'down or mutiiate any shade, fruit or
ornamental trees.
ti) The Company shall, whenever
required to do so by the Corporation, place their wires underground
as  may  be  directed by   the  Council,
"One night many years ago you were
mate of a .steamboat running between
New Orleans and St. l.ouls. On that
boat was a boy sick with a fever. One
night  when  the  wind  blew cold aud 	
the rain came down In  torrents you   by the Company for the carrying of
drove that boy out of his bunk and   any   wire  or  wires   twelve  end  one-
every pole erected, maintained, kepi *-d subject to such conditions as may
or used by the Company, othei- than I be then Imposed by the Council, and
pons belonging to the Corporation remove the poles and wires erected
twenty-flve (25) cents per pole per .and maintained hereunder, and in
annum and for each and every pole SUCb event the Companj shall have
belonging   to   the   Corporation,   used   no   claim   for  compensation,   damage
or otherwise, ln respect of such requirement, but this clause  shall not
Curtain Novelties
Cable net in plain and novelty designs, white, cream, ecru and
green shadings. An exceedingly strong material, very serviceable
and in great demand at the present time.   Per yard 50c, 65c and 85c
Colored Madras
A pleasing collection of Madras Muslins, in attractive designs
and colorings. Cathedral aud floral patterns, also cream with small
colore.! flower.    From, per yard	
50c  to  $1
forced him to carry wood.
"Now, there are two reasons why I
i don't wish you to do that again.   The
i first   ls  thnt   1   desire  any   boy   you
might so treat to escape your cruelty.
Another  time it  might cost  him  Ills
; life.   The second is that he might become governor of his state aud you
might commit another crime nnd come
before   him   with   nn  application   for
pardon."
half (12%) cents per pole per annum, j be put Into operation un.ess and un-
(3) In each and every calenda- HI ��'' Companies, persons and Cor-
year from and including the year poratJons other than the City of New
1026, to the end of the full term of 1 Westminster conveying electrical en-
lift v years, as herein provided for. j ergy for light, beat, power and other
each and every pole erected, main- , electrical purposes shall be compelled
talned, kepi or used by the Comnany ,or aBr<,p als0 to V^cc their wires un-
other   than   polos   belonging   to   the   dorground.
Corporation, fifty (50) cents per pole | (j) Whenever it shall be necessary
per annum, and for each and every in grading any street or land of said
pole belonging to the Corporation : City, or in building any sidewalk or
used by the Company for the carrying   making
GEORGE MURRAY DEAD.
ti,_ .nn., ..... ���i  i__bi.._ ���. .. "j��� "J ""�� v��"*-����aaj iw uur ittn.viMH ,"i��_ans    any    other      Iiiiprovements
' nrnor   7 tnL T   , *   I ^ g��V' of "* wlre or w,rPS ^nty-five (25) | thereon, to move any pole or poles be-
ZrZ'^L t^  ,s"rn,"er  "Vnc!"ory cpn,s Ppr VO\o per annum;   and  the [longing to tbe Company, on or which
; Struggling In  his brain.    But with a above  payments   shall   he   made   h"   nny Ihne or lines, wire or wires   be-
  Ife of so many brutal acts behind him the  Compnny during    the  month  of j longing to    the    Compnny    shall  he
Former Editor of Montreal Star Pass- " ~as bard for him to remember one December In each year upon the poles stretched or fastened, the Company
ed Away on Sunday. , which at the time he had considered actually erected, kept, maintained or , shall upon receiving 48 hours no-
Montreal. March 13.���George Mur- I of_l���_ Ilt0�� lmP��rtance. used by the Compnny on the first day fleet from the Corporation's Engineer.
ray prominently identified for haif Thcgovernor handed him his pardon. Of October In such year. |Contractor or other person having
a century with the literary life of' ' wa9 that b��y-" be said. "That r'- The permission hereby granted .charge of such grading or other Im-
Montroar, and for thirty years editor doc"ment is my revenge. But another b>' ,,|p Corporation to tho Company jproyement, move such pole or poles;
of the Star  passed away todav in his : t,Ine tho Kovemor's revenge might be ,n eonstruct, erect and maintain poles i'and if the Company upon such notice
' ��� ' . .f .. .11 aaafl I *      ��� _ M. _ ��� I   11 1 1 n/>ll.lliil     , ..   . .   . I ..it.. **���*   J _. _._. _, _       I   _a _> _a _ _ '     _    _   1 _
30c
Frilled Muslins, 25c,
and 35c a yard
White  with   iace and insertion   bordering  In   fine   muslin,
frilled bobblnet in white only, _,, ���    25c   30c
lis.I
35c
"Bonne Fomme" Sash Curtaining. Cream and white Madras
curtaining, all ready looped for rod, numerous patterns, per yard
  25c, 35c and 50c
eightieth  year.
He was a son of James Murray,
editor of the London Times, and came
to Canada while still a young man,
living first in Ontario and subse ment.
ly" serving for many year.: as classical master tn the Montreal high
scrToo,. retiring twenty years ago on
u .tiension. He wns well known as
a poet.
 .v.^^^^^-iV.^fflwS
,,_       .   ,     ,      r,.,"      ----���������    an(] romi���|t<,   nn(i qtrlnir Bad  'H'erate Ishall  nogioet  or refuse to move nny
of a  deferent  kind,    lhe pardoning fl     fc, ft    p|,,, . nml   Bnch polp or polps  thPn gnc)l polp 0r
pOWer    IS     lodgOd     in     the    Chief    lllllglS-      T^^^^illll________aaaaa______aaaa______aaaa_____aa1
trate alone, and another governor
might Bee fit to refuse clemency. Go!
Try to earn an honest living without
brutality."
The criminal slunk away, but
whether or not the lesson had nny effect on him there ls no available :1pc-
ord.
wires nnd cables along tbe fI'V-. nn<
across or under nnv puh'lc hi eh v.- ������������
or bridge within the llmlls of flip
Corporation shall be subject to Hie
foliowlnir conditions, viz:
la)    The   line   nolos   whnll   no'   h"
less than 35 font In hplah* oho��o Hio
RUlfice nf the trrrtiind or eli'h' 'M''1""
In diameter at the top were the nt'ti
Is nfflxed to the pole, and  shall  be
poles shall he moved by the Board of
I Works of the said Corporation nt the
expense of the Compnnv, nnd the
Corporation shall not. he liable to the
(Company for any loss or Inconvenience caused or ocensimod by such
rerndva'i.
n.    The    Company  shall  and    will
from  time to time, nnd nt all times
indemnify and save harmless the Corporation from 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
of the Company In a safe condition,
nnd from nil valid claims against tlie
Corporation for damages caused by
said wires or poles, or by any works,
alterations, repairs or Improvements
ln connection with the work herein
contemplated.
(7) The Privileges hereby grunted
to the Company shall absolutely cease
nnd determine after the expiration of
two years from the date hereof, unless 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
the City of New Westminster, B. ''
"-"' (8) That nothing in this By-la��
contained shall be deemed to confer
or be construed as conferring any exclusive right or powers on or to the
said Company.
(9) Stave Lake Privileged lly-l>w,
1007 Is hereby repealed.
(10) This By-law may be riled M
the "Western Canada Power P'lv1'
leges  By-lay,  1910."
(11) Done and passed In ��i"'n
Council the 21st day of February, A'
D��� 1910.
JOHN A. LKK. Mayor.
W.  A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
'(l\ b.>: ���  ,  a ��6__.ri_:ifiw ,0NDAY) MARCH   14.  1910.
THE DMLY NEWS.
PACE - 1VK.
���_���_.'__*��/
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HARRY TIDY. Manager.
THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1910
mortThTjsTnger
Mana&in8
Din
Princess and La Salle Theatres, C
hicago presi nts
P�� Stubborn Cinderella
WiTH HOMER B. MASON
impany o:
m The Fain0"
omen.
How-
Seventy  (70) Comedians.   Singers  and  Dancers  Inelud-
Prlncess Theatre Chorus, the world's most beautiful
nook and a_yrlca by Hough  and  Adams.    Music by Joseph
. j" g|    e.l  by  George  Marion, who staged the '���.Merry W'id-
)
,<A Stubborn Clndefada" Mr. Singer has produce,! an attrac-
ni of which spells success.���Percy Hammond in Clii-
tion eteu
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a whiiiwind of life, laughter, fun,  music and  pretty
from the beaten track   of mediocrity,   om
���  months in N('w  York;  six  months    in
philadelp
Si
:    ���
ile at  Ryali's M onday,
'rices Bame
niris:    A
solid year
Boston    and
I
Vancouver,
SPORTING NEWS
ROVERS COIE BACK
LACROSSE.
j The proposition to form an Interna-
i.mth r.i-i-,. .a- **,*** !tlonaJ lacrosse league with Fort Wll-
WITH    III lIMVI     WIN  1U""    Winnlpe8 and  American  cities
List Your Property
Local Soccer Men Trim Cel
ts   received   very   enthusiastically   in
jPort Arthur.    The game is very popular there; and drew  large crowds lasl
1 season.
. . I    "Charrlle Querrle, of  the    Tecum-
tlCS 4 to 1 111 Charity Cup sobs, causes more excitement at the
I N. L. U. meetings than anybody else,"
so say the managers of    the    other
! teams,  and  they  are  all waiting  for
! Charlie to make an announcement regarding hi.s annual amendments.
Semi-final.
Four to one���that was the satisfactory score with wliich the Hovers disposed of their persistent hoodoo on
Saturday afternoon. The local men
got rid of all the good playing, wllich
the said hoodoo lias prevented them
from using all season, on the Celtics,
the runers-up of the first division
league. Stalling right. In as soon as
the curtain lose the Rovers played
tin i class soccer and outpointed their
opponents al ail stages of the game.
With Us For
Quick Sale
Ottawa lacrosse fans want Billy
Foran to take hold of the lacrosse
club this season. Willi Koran at the
helm they see nothing but  success.
NEW
LAND    DIS-
       WESTMINSTER	
TRICT.
District  of  New   Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that the I'itt River
Lumber  Company,  Limited,   a   body
corporate having its head office at the
City of .New Westmister, intends to
Hayes  made  the  first  count  utter   apply for permission lo lease the foi-
ibout ten  minutes play, and after a  lowing described lands:���
EULOGY   OF    MAN.
n t|iai is born of woman, Is of
jayS and full of microbes.,   He
bed  in   the  morning
I;, i        pierced with the tack
ntment,      He     walketh
h the Btn i ts of the city in the
ami glorj ol bis manhood and
beth un tl. banana peel of mis-
|ine and unjolnteth his neck. He
bth the cigar of contentment,
[behold, II explodeih with a loud
for it was loaded.  He Blldeth
the banister of life, and en-
(iters many  splinters    of torture.
th down to sleep at night and
jtung by the mosquitoes of annoy-
i and his frame is gnawed by the
hige "t ad���'Tsity.
fhat is man but the blind worm
ate? Behold, he is impaled upon
| book of despair and furnishes a
lor   the   leviathan, death,    in
���   ol   time.      Borrow    anu
Jail   follow him    all  the days of
fe. In his infancy he is afflicted
words and cone, and m ms
|age he Is tortured with rheuma-
and Ingrowing   tOe   nails.     He
tleth a cross-eyed woma, because
rli h, and lindeth    that
hath noi     ise    enough to fry
his  fathi   -in-law   then   mon-
vith optlot     and   goeth   under,
then the | wlgg��e their fin
al hl_ witi   their thumbs    an
is pants.
tumor on the
ol i -istencel   He playeth   the
all   on    the
has received
ng wlnneth by
,a��th  tor otlice
dead       j      eth his leg ever
voteth  blmsell
I nan.   He exa.teth him-
pie and swelleth
bul   when   tne
f mnted he tlndeth thai his
boasteth   of   his
I native land, but  n
.  red hi aded    man  rrom
owneck.    Hc     goetn     lot tn     to
Ithe tl :,  air ami  meditate
(the vainly  ol   all  earthly  things
a   collector   Willi
,-A  dl A     po.itieal     enemy
in wall  for him in the market
Iear-d walketh around him, crow-
llki  i cock.
A' i- ���  in but a pimple   on the
Ol politics.     IU;   trusteth   in     a
v        Imeth  to  be tiled  wiin
Iteoaani and Btandeth up high
> ayi .. ogue, and geitetb done
''- l. his pious friend   is
nd runneth over with
fptlon,    'rom the cradle to   the
��� th   his  cheek   to   him
liliii.     Veri.y,    man   is
.   war!  on the nose  of
i    a on the toe ot time,
on the face of the unl-
n Sentinel.
BARNEY M'GUlliE WRITES
OPtN LETTtil M liCJOSSE
Blaney McGulre of Orangevllle, who
is in the field for First Vice-President.
few more minutes cuss cross play
Johnson did the same. The rooters
were surprised but rose nobly to the
occasion and filled the othi rwise pure
air with triumphant shouts of long
delayed jubilation, .lust before half
time Hayes scored again, and the
Whistle blew for the half with Hie
Hovers the possessors of the large
end of a three-nothing score, and
still working.
The Celtics showed up better in
the second half and for the first fifteen minutes gave the Westminster
backs a busy session. However, the
Hovers were able to score another
before the Celtics broke the ice, this
time Cadyzen doing the trick. About
uiis time Brisbane hurt his knee and
of the Canadian Lacrosse association,
has addressed the following open .otter to lovers of the national game:
"Gentlemen,���If you have given any
thought to the matter, it has doubtless occurred  to you that there lias
been an unfortunate falling off In the ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
interest In Canada's national game to make any further score, but pre-
during the past two or three years. | vented tlie Celtics from reaching the
'This is especially true respecting the net till time was almost up. when
game as played' under the auspices. Anderson made a nice get away down
of tlie Canadian Lacrosse association. Held and shot the pigskin past Hurt-
I confess that I am unab.e to under- 'ley for the Irishmen's only score.
stand the reason for this. I do not i The game was a fair exhibition of
think it can be on account of the rest- soccer and p.lthought the Celtics claim
dence rule, as it was in the smaller that some of their stars were not on,
towns and villages, where skilled play- it would have taken an international
ers  are   necessarily   few  in   number,   eleven to jar the Rovers, in the form
Commencing at a posi planted on
the westerly shore of Pitt river at
its intersection with the northerly
side of the Canadian Pacific Railway
Company's right-of-way, thence following the westerly shore of Pitt liver in a nortboastly direction, seven
thousand eight hundred (7,800) feet
'more or less to a witness post planted on said shore to locate the most
northerly corner of the Pitt River
Lumber Company, Limited, Dooming
Site; thence at right angles to said
shore a distance of about three hundred and fifty feet (350) feet to the
said northerly corner of Booming
Site, said point being two hundred
(200) feet from low water mark of
baid shore;  tlience southwesterly and
White, Shiles & Co
628 and 746 Columbia Street, New Westminster, B.C.
Main  Office Phone R85
Branch Office Phone L8S
bad to retire and the Rovers finished two hundred (200) feet from said low
the game with ten men. With de- water mark seven thousand eight
pleted ranks the Hovers were not able   hunttred and thirty  (7830) feet, more
or less, to the southwesterly corner
of said Booming Site; thence northwesterly to point of commencement,
and containing sixty (00) acres, more
or iess.
THE  PITT  RIVEH  LUMBER   COMPANY, LIMITED.
T. W. GRAY, Agent.
Dated at the City of New Westminster, B. C, this 28th day of February,
A. D. 1910.
Painting Season
I Here!
So we are looking for
you. We have the Paint
you shouid use:
Known as
S. W. P.   .
Finest in the World.
KIRK'S HARDWARE
Columbia Street
that the feeling was strongest In favor
of the adoption of the residence rule.
Of course there are those wbo ho.d
that the N.L.A. is responsible, through
luring good players from the ranks
or amateurism by means *f money
Inducements. Another reason advanced is the growing interest in lawn
bowling. This has undoubtedly had
some influence in Orangevllle, of
other places. I, of course, cannot
speak.    Apart altogether  from  these
they were  In. I
Clancy was the best referee that
has olliciated here this season and
gave good satisfaction lo both teams.
All the Hovers played we'll, but
possibly Hayes made uie best showing
of any man on the field. He was
right on the ball all the time and
j.layed a clean errorless game. And-
i rson and Pearson were the star forwards on the Celtic lineup and Scott,
:the   full-back,   saved   the   team   from
"GET  THE   HABIT" I ������������������������������������������������������������������������<������������������������������������������������,����������_
Wash Boards j Mrs. h. G. Moore
Zinc, B
rass  an
ass
I
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outside influences, lt seems to me that complete annhiliation.
the association has Use.f made a mis- The   injury   to    Brisbane   may   put
take   in   the   juvenile   series   In   not him out of the game for the rest of
having the full complement of twelve the season,   ile fell on a large stone
To-day, Special at 25c, 30c and
35c Each.
players on the field. There are usual
ly plenty of Juvenile p.ayers to choose
from, so that difficulty In getting a
team cannot be urged as a valid rea-
Bon tor reducing the number trom
twelve to ten. The latter number detracts from the game, even with ten
men a side on the field, but when
there are perhaps three or four players from each team on the fence it is
very tiring on the remaining p.ayers
to cover the additional ground, und
becomes almost impossible to keep
tlie game from dragging and losing
Its interest  for the spectators.    This
and dislocated bis knee. The accident would not bave happened If the
game had beer, played al Queen's
park and the football men wouid certainly have done less damage to the
field than has already been done
there by a non-scientific application of ���
a heavy steam- roller.
lt is just about a week since Bi is-
bane recovered from an injury to ids
other knee.
This  victory  puts   the  Hovers  in  a
fair  way  of landing  the Charily  cup. |
They will have to play off with West-
ham island for the trophy, hut if they j
The  Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cas_ and sell for the same
Begs to announce that she will hatfe
her Spring Showing of MILLINERY
on
t
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was well illustrated during the game j display  the same form in that  game
between  Newmarket aud llespeler at   aH they did yesterday-there is no dan-
Bcarboro  Beach  last    autumn,    The  ger of the  Islanders annexing    the
strain of the extra running and long   ,,iug.    The  game  will  be  played  in
pissing   due to the reduction in tho Vancouver on a date not yet set.
numbers Ot the two teams was plainly (    T]ie   nne.Up   yesterdayand   thesrrdl
visib.e   upon   the   players,   most     of
Whom   were   mere   boys.     Instead   Ol
reducing   the  number   Of   players,    U |
seems  to  me that  every  practicable
means  should bu  used  to
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' ���! n ^
V'vJL
��� ���', -'._..���.; A.
*>_T_-__$:- A_* T"ADE Marks
���^M____Vj-* Designs
"frvr* '      Copyrights _c.
Ap- nno sginUiih p. nkptoli nnd deiOrtptlfin iiny
.lu!, .,.y ilicortFitri .->'ir opinion free woollier 'in
lnvchi ion ts probr.My potlmta__ '-ommnr.ipi.
tloiuniriatiynonadantiaL HANDBOOK on Patop_
aeM ,reo. olilent nt'cnrr for lecurmg patent.
eul rata t;Aen tl.ronuh Munn _ Co, reo���s-3
..ii.tiUf-., without ennv;, lathe
{ Wednesday and Thursday
Of This Week
Latest Parisian and New York Patterns  of Dress and Tailored Hats.
All the Newest Styles in Veilings and
Fancy Trimmings.
induce as
maiiv juveniles as possible to piny the
game, for It the depleted ranks ol
the Intermediate and senior clubs uie
w be tilled the new players must come
from the juvenile clubs.
Again, there are tliosi
are  of   the  opinion
ft Fitzgerald, ot the Torontos, will
i will
f
I him
ground thai  the lack of Interest in jderson,
has been brought about to ;
at  least, by  the unwise '
of the members of the j
^^^H The  Teams.
Rovers���Goal, Hartley; fullbacks, I
Lyons, Kirby; halves, Cr_lg, Brls-1
bane, Crooks; forwards, Johnson, I
Shawcross, Hays, Robertson, Cad- \
yzlen. '
Cctics���Goal, Henderson; fullbacks,
Scott, Stewart; halves, McCorkendale,
j McKenzie,   Risk;   forwards,   Pearson,
who hoid the Cruickshank, Anderson, Manson, Hen.
Sdentlflc Mmtim
Ah;*i' Mommy Ulostrntod weti-ly. I-tupcst 01
era] at ton of any sclontlilo Journal, Terms t<
panada, *.!.75 a year, poata&a prepaid,   told 1
o
I
a
���
e did last summer, n*
itched too closely.    The
1 1  the question  is. Why
ipposlng  teams take care
Ing the latter part of last
the game
some extent
policy of s. 1 ms
C. L. A. judiciary.    While there may
be instances where mistakes have oc-
c-un.-d. I do not thmk thai much im
Sortance can be attached to this , ����-
The officers ot the aBBodatlon
who had i'10
3ur "Oopack" Tea at 86 cents per
|;1"! '     ���  pounds for $1.   F. Jeal,
Seventh avenua   Phone 389.   **
\onday
SPECIALS
Tommy  Burns   Prospering.
Tommy Burns has leased a building
In  Melbourne, where he will run a
boxing  club   Willi   a  seating  capacity
of 3,000, and the ex-champion also has
the offer of a place in  Sydney for a
ment.   The omcers oi me "��7~''"";r"c   boxing hall, at which 8,000 can be ac-
have  usually been  men  who hatt w��     commodated.    In regard to the latter,
best interests of the game at n�� .ii ���   Tomlnv Btates it Will cost him nothing
and  who labored  unselfishly 101       ���   tQ g0 ,nt() )t   .uld )u, is offered halt
promotion along the best IH"��. ' ���t  the  profits.     Tommy   proposes  lo
"NofwithStandlng       ^v ,,    bring the best American and English
apathy, I have every faith in "" '      |mxPrs to Australia and run a cham-
ture of lacrosse In Canada, and am o ^lp ln some class or other every
general reviva^of,Iwomonihs
't__i_l 09!to7k_ - Bt- Wf_l>i:_tnn. _. C"
SentJ)n Approval A
To RKsroNSim.K PkopuS   '* E^tffl
\<lilNTAn,
Laughlin |p
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
U/te Ink Pencil
Your Choice of
_Ljf     HARRIET G. MOORE
548 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B.C.
?���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
the opinion that a
Interest   would   follow
If   some
I stantlal encouragement were
ottered
I through the C.L.A. by those who have
! phived  and still  love the game     A8
I matter of tact, there Is no adequate
K. of P. to Visit Vancouver.
AT
|    Members of Granite lodge, K. of P..
  ..       _       .     ,n��   will   niv  a  fraternal  visit  to   Mount
n-opby  open  for "f*���? ��E PLS   lodge-  Vancouver, this
Intermediate series   at   the    P^bbui jr.
eve-
Galvin's
SPSS SU �� ~*5f_*i��W��'SM
vlng the B. C. E. R. depot on
arp.   The vis-
midnight.
IP.V,
salt
of our extendve stock
'      d  10  Per  cent.     Consider
""r prices are marked close;
s' S 'S B   timely  ofler<     0r(1(,r  y(IUI.
",uv   for   EaBter   delivery.
CALVIN'S
LAD
1ES AND  MEN'S TAILOR
6J5 Columbia 8t.
series.    The Globe I	
some years ago to stimulate Interest i
In the senior series, and I am con- |
vlnced tbat a trophy worth say $H00 i
or $400 would go far to revive inter- I
est in the Intermediate series.    Such
a trophy would be much more In keep-
Ing with the Importance of the game j      __^__________ _
In this series than tbe paltry medals, :   .. ��.
worth about |3 a piece, that the assoc- |association, and lovers of the game
-sented to the  members of j who mlght des,re t0 contribute.   Do-
************l*~-..,nrAaAi_\
OPERA HOUSE BOOKINGS.
April 6���Rabies in Toyland.
April 11���The Red Mill.'
April  1(1���St. Elmo.
May 11���T1k> Gingerbread Man
'year..   The Jfat-ons'��COuW"be   forwarded^to  Mr.
latlon  Pr^^^^^^^^ 	
lhP���.!'^Sed fo PUtl�� the tro- I w:'H:Hain2"_arl street   Toronto^
^ou'd  he eaSy raised &to��; 'secretary-Treasure., of t^OL. A. to ,
S
Thus
Two
Papular
Articles
for only
phy
tlons
trom rarl0U8 sources, including   ~hom'{VrwaTdedi'the sum of^$16 as
.,in_     ���i men, owners and man- donatlon  towards the cost ��
, past  presidents  and  officers  of  tue
f.1    laflVaUO    HU*.    B-    I
liu.tratiun. are Lxacl biz*
Kvery pen KtiRratitccd
full 14 Kt. fee lid Gold-cut
ou riffht hand may be hud
in talier our standard
black opaque pattern, or
Non-breakable Tr.inspi.i-)
ent, as desired, cither in J
plain or engraved fiuiah,|
aa preferred.
You may *ry ttttlpMI ��� w��*k,
If you do Dot tltid U Mr. |> two ii toil,
�� l*tt��r  _rii_l�� tlian yuti ran se-
1   CUM   for   THRXR TIMU THIS  Mm l*L
run In any otbir mate, if nut
tntirely tatlafactory in tv��ry ��-
���Ctrl t.lurn It and wa will iand
you |1. IU fur it. J
Cer oh tiFT (��� our fameiia and
Popular Hko H.m Ink Pencil,   a
I oumi>l*t*a loak yroof triumith, may
I ba  carriad   iu   any   (.usitii-ri    in
pocket ot  rhn|iplng Imt-, writes fit
| any   anule nt flrat tmich.   platl*
, mini     liiirlrirl    feod,   Iridium
point, pollilipil vulcanlt-d rnbb. r
caRfi, teira cntta finlah. Rrtnil
���verywhore for %'.M. Ayoitt*
j wanted. Write for tcrmi. Wnlo
now " leit you forget."    AJdreur
I* Laughlin Mfg. Co.^
MaJiMUe BMg..'
Ottrel- Mink
employers: liability^
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
WORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they havt
J_ VKRYTIIINO to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
PERSONS other than employees accidentally Injured about the premises invariably sue for damages.
REGARDLESS  of  their own  responsibility for the accident, or the
existence of negligence on the part of others.
ON the slightest pretext employees may sue you, even for accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
TIIE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of the
accident by which he was injured.
EMPLOYERS and business mei can HI afford to assume the risk of
this ever-Increasing and uncertain liability.
CREDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms Is
sometimes seriously Impaired by such damage suits.
TO  go  to law  means  loss  of  time, money, endless annoyance and
worry. ���*
0
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'OUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are Insured, i  {    '���>������    i|
|NLY Insurance against such risks will enable you to fix and reduce your expenses to a minimum.
NDER the protection of a Liability Policy In the Railway Passen-
l gers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and be
relieved from all such annoyances.
Alfred W. McLeod
Phone 62        " The Insurance Man'
657 -Columbia St.
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THE DAILY NEWS'.
MONDAY, MARCH  14
26 Neighbours Have Bough
Already���Read the List
In answer to the accompanying letter I placM! t_e subdivision of WESTON at Westminster Junction on the
market "Saturday, the sales to residents who live all about this property, up to 4 o'clock Saturday afteroon,
are given ln the right hand column.
I am unabie to give a summary of
the purchasers by New Westminster
and Vancouver people as complete reports from salesmen have not come
in.
I
All Records
of Sales
Shattered
Sufficient business has been reported however to justify the statement that all records for a single
day's selling in this office has been
shattered. While this is unusual it
was fully expected as the Town of
Westminster junction has grown until it completely surrounds these lots,
it needs this ground to grow on. 1
believe I need emphasize this no further, the letter herein explains.
Westminster Junction,
March 1st, 1910
W. J. Kerr, Esq.
New Westminster
Dear Sir,
We, the undersigned residents of Westminster Junction
and employed in the various industries here, have waited for some
time for you to place your Junction property called WESTON on
the market, as we are desirous of securing lots in this subdivision
for homes.
As your property occupies the central portion of the town-
site and at many homes are now built far beyond it, we feel that
you are standing in the way of proper growth of the town if you do
not open these lots for building and development and offer them
at a fair price.   Please let us hear from you regarding your plans.
List of
Westminster
Junction
Buyers
[Signed]
Yours truly,
JOHN G, TAIT
R. C. GALIE
JAMES MARS
D. McLEAN
WM. WILSON
J. ROWLAND
A. SHEARER
JOHN G. SHEARER
A. H. LEWIS CAMPBELL
ROBT. WILSON
A. R. MILLARD
CHAS. J. JOHNSON
One Lot
MRS. D. McLEAN
One _ot
WILLIAM   WILSON
Two  Lots
A. R. MILLARD, JR.
One Lot
F.  H. CAMBRIDGE
One  Lot
MRS.   WILSON
One   Lot
ROBERT WILSON
One Lot
A. R. MILLARD, SR.
One Lot
JACOB ROWLAND
One Lot
JOHN SHEARER
One Lot
ARCHIE SHEARER
One Lot
R. C. GAYLOR
One  Lot
CHAS.  DAVIES
One Lot
A. B. McKENZIE
One Lot
THOS. W. GREAR
Four Lots
LEWIS CAMPBELL
One Lot
WILLIAM PRINGLE
One Lot
J. G. D. TAIT
One L ot
JOHN  V. SIMPSON
One Lot
DONALD McLEAN
One Lot
J. J. TULLY
One Lot
R. A. PERKINS
One Lot
A. FALCONER
One Lot
HARRY   PRIEST
Two  Lots
Mere are twenty-four men who live
next door to this property and who
bought as listed the moment I placed
the subdivision on sale. They have
lived beside and have waiked over
these lots year ln and year out. lf
you are acquainted at Westminster
Junction, you know some of these men
at least, and you know they are Important in their community. Is a sale
of this quantity to neighbors not a
monument of testimony to the splendid stability of WESTON?   W. J. K.
Lots $200, $50 Cash;     Balance, 8 Quarterly Payments
WESTON Is about 200 yards from the C. P. R. Station at Westminster J unction and is practically surrounded by the residences and business houses of the town. The C. P. R. tracks
and Pitt River road arson the front, the Coquitlam river on the West. Being the Junction point ot the Westminster branch and the mainline of the road, Westminster Junction holds
a strategic position and WESTON ho Ids a like position in the town.   WESTON will be benefitted by positive.y every development
The Provincial Government Farm Close By
The Provincial Government farm is going to be one of the important value builders for Westminster Junction lots. The b fte of this is but a half a mile from WESTON���thousands upon thousands of dollars are now being expended preparing for cultivation and the buildings. Just consider In your own mind the effect of a thousand broad acres so cose, Improved to city conditions.
Westminster Junction Will
Have Electric Line
A contract between the C. P. R. and the B. C. E. R. Is now In
existence for the electrifying of the Westminster branch. Men who
*re supposed to know say that this Is the next link ln the chain of
tramlines which will eventual ly be extended through Port Moody
and back to Vancouver. ,
WESTON Lots Are Very
Beautiful
They are cleared and stret
the Coquitlam. The song of th
within hearing It adds much b
ing perfectly. It Is Impossible
time. The twenty-four nelghho
bought as many as four to a m
160.   I am certain that not mor
Do you think lt worth whll
either offices.
ch charmingly down a gentle slope to
is rippling, pear.y stream Is always
eauty to this property besides drain-
to say how many lots remain at this
rs who were the first buyers, and
an made quite a hole in the original
e than half remain now.
e to Investigate?    If so drop In at
W. J, KERR,  614 Columbia St. MONDAY.
if
MARCH   14,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE SEVEN.    "1
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LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
HARTLEY.
rv   DAVID   G.
ht  1510, by American Press Asso-
T'D   '       ' elation.J
tbe   -iron   Uing"   of   New
I Z'_ nn irritable man and a
V' His business was spec-
W   u iron, and to do this success-
,, '��� was obliged to secure Infor-
,��� from all parts of the world as
m_ nroductlon, consumption, stock
II and such other items as tend-
fofl_ tbe price of the metal
bet gave hl'J s     r   son' Edwnrd
��e, a position in "
[Ve, tboii^'> tl)
laser of that ;
-If        IHii._     Mi-Ill TAKE NOTICE that an application
|L        I  Iwll     !�����������**��� has   been   made   to   register   George
Troughten as the owner in Fee Sim-
p.e, under a Tax Sale Deed from Edwin M. CarncrosB, collector of the
Municipality of Surrey, to George
Troughten. bearing date the 7th day
of September, A. D. 1908, of all and
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises situate, lying
and being In tbe District of N'ew
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as: ���
Lot 7, B.oek 1, being a portion of
Section 20, Block 5,  North  Range. 2
West.   Lots 3 and 4, part of a portion
his office.  At twen-   of fractional section 21, Biock 5 North i
. young   man   wns j Range 2 West,
inch of the busl-      You   and   those   claiming   through
dined to information,  under   you   and   all   persons   claim- ;
i tvvelve hundred a year.   Jng    any    interest    In      the      said |
__,Ph_   loorted  his  mother,  a   land,   h*    virtue    of    an      unrpSis" |
rfZS    children.     De  tered      instrument,      and    a"    I,efr:
, and  two ^ ri .   sons claiming any interest in the said >
Id under his ondesstogintMS and ,,Land Regigtry _^��� arc ^^ tQ\
le occasion asked for more salary.  contest the Claim of the tax purchaser I
|as inform^ that ir ne could do|wIthln forty.five days {ron, thp date
I elsewhere be was  welcome to |_. ^ serv,ce of ^ noUce ���
VyounK man appreciated 1h8|and in defauU of a caveat or fcertlfl. ID
,rb ..A rolling BtOBO  gathers  no oate of Us pendens being filed within I
��� nnd remained w_ere ue v.us.       such period, or in default of redemp-'g
�� t - 1.        ..        Ill   _   ,      I- T   ���   I . . I 1 I 1   I . ��� ��� . I . . .1 I.      I     .   . ��� aa I _ 1 II ��� -1-1    1
E
IS YOUR LOSS
!���
���
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:'
day Hooket
wlsbi
informed  his clerk
nip-
tlcm before registration, you and each
ulna to go to England of you will be forever estopped and
ivesrJgate  the  ''01111111011   of   the debarred from setting up any claim
PttliPtv.   Hi-furnished the young j to   or   in   respect   of  the   said   land.
with 11 sec nd class ticket on an; and I shall register George Troughten
liner :.. 1 barely enough money j as owner thereof in fee.   And I licre-
his board and travel third class! by order that publication of this no-
,,.,,��� ihe  principal   English   Iron tlce for thirty days in a daily news-
facttirlng towns 1 paper published 1*1 New Westminster
Earle,   who   was   m,wi11  bfe s��od iind 8Ufflclent    8erv,c0
I .��� and  while  breakfast- ���������_ Ros, omcPi
his paper before him saw a New w<SBtmIn8ter| Provlnce of Brit-
e of nn  Iron firm  ish Columblai thla 0lh day of March,
A. D. 1010.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To:���Michael  Robert Barry.    John
Douglas, Alexander G. Macfarlane.
If your property is not listed with us.
We have sold $55,000 worth of property in the last ten days. The only
reason your property is not sold is because
it was not on our list. If you have the
goods, we have the buyers. Just you see
us at once.
< i
led in the neighboring town of
ogham.    The   concern   being   a
El nue Earle attached little impor-
to tbe failure,   but during the
|a business acquaintance who had
jtcrcst In favoring him gave him
tof secret Information that caused
| to change his mind. It was bc-
1 that the failure would involve
ger firm, that firm would Involve
lumber of others,  and  tbe   wholo
Imunlty of Iron firms ln England
1 po down like card houses.   This*
Ild throw a large  lot  of Iron  on
fm.irket that had been he! 1 spec-
for a rise, and consequently
prices would fall considerably.
NOTICE.
Lever Brothers, Toronto, wiTl send you
free a cake of their .famous Plan toi
toilet   soao,  if   .vou mention   this  papet
District of New Westmister.
TAKE NOTICE that thirty days
after date date I, William E. Wright,
of Clayburn, B. C, Intend to apply To
the Assistant Commissioner of Lamls
for a license to prospect for coal and
petroieum on the following described
lands'.
Commencing at a post marked Wm.
���..*_ .��� --__.--...-..,.        .jj( Wright's southwest corner, set at
lere wm no Atlantic cable in those the southeast corner of District Lot
' so Earle wrote the Information i No.  205, Group 2, New Westminster
tad received,  giving  his   opinion j District, thence east one mile, thence
a crisis was at hand and advising ( north   one   mile,   thence   west   three
(employer to sell  at once all the I fourths of a mile, thence south three
he had on hand.   The ship bear- \ fourths of  a  mile,  thence  west  one
the letter had  no sooner  sailed | fourth  of  a  mile,  thence  south  one
the second  firm  in   line failed. I fourth of a mile to the point of corn-
caused Earle to feel still greater: mencement. __Tntrt,
Idence la the information he had                      WILLIAM E. ���QH1.
lv_, and be  had  no doubt  that      *pw Westminster, B. C, March 8,
|e had heard would be realized.      |J-P10.                                  ________BB_g
young man proved himself ad-
Illy fitted to assume  responsible
J He took a risk that would make
Irak him.   In the name of Hooker
-he was not authorized to sign
a name, but It wns not known���
Ipntraotcd to deliver thousands of
! iron at a Ogore below the mar-
| ��� .   d to be delivered in
days.   This don*, he took the
mer that sailed for America.
ni tbat bore the news of the iron
in England
tin' morning of his  arrival   he
straight  to  the   office.     There
(Mr   Booker at  his desk  with  a
Ding   paper   before   him.      Earle
kill Bight of large   headlines   nn-
P"l0- the tumble of iron in  Ens-
It had been sent from  Sandy
Hooker was white as a sheet.
Ion worthless  scamp!"   cried   the
of tbe   firm   to   his  employee.
didn't you write of tho  begln-
[ of all this?   I'm ruined!    I had
-meaisi.'stock on hand, and, learn-
jof a shortage on the continent. I
Eht more."
Wrote by tho last steamer, giving
[information that pointed to this
kit and advised you to sell out all
���stock you had."
four letter never came.  You should
brought  the  Information  your-
Kellington Brothers
Phone 680
P.O. Box 40
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Electric Railway Service
COAL
Hardwall Plaster
Lime, Brick, etc.
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
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Interurban Line.
Cars   for Vancouver   and way
stations  will   run every half
hour   from   _:50   a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city   line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-houriy between 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
British Columbia Electric Ry, Co.,Ltd |
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it
A CANADIAN PACIFIC
- -   RAILWAY CO.
pro you bui. about the letter?"
lames," called Hooker to a clerk,
! there nny letters that hnve not
i delivered to me?"
There war. one came, sir, a few days
You l-.now that you ordered all
lers on which the postage was not
p lu full to bo left nt the postofflce.
pre was B cents duo on this one, and
Jffusiil to pay lt."
|01i, heavens!" groaned Hooker.
iWaslt from England?" asked Earle
���the clerk.
fl think It was."
fit must have been a mistake of the
lrk'a at the lirltlsh postofflce.   1 put
Istainiw to cover tlie cost as he quot-
I it ti. m, ������
3ooko:-'i head dropped on his desk.
Plated Bomo time before at receiving
Istatnprd letters (at that time such
RM were delivered), ho had given
P* Hint all mall on which any
Fey \\n* due should not be taken
ra the postofflce. For refusing to
ff 8 '"'i's ho had been ruined.
I HOW    _UCD    tr0,J     havo    y^j    j,,,    han���r"
P��s<i Eario,
A hundred thousand tons," groaned
" speculator without taking his head
u ''is desk.
'Well. Mr. Hooker, cheer up. It_
1" -��M, ufterall. I took a big risk
, 'broad. I sold In your name
pt as the panic began 125,000 tona to
P ui'lh-r-red In ninety days."
I Wnatl*
l"l sold for
Phot
puie
Atlantic Express Leaves
Daily at 3:25 P.M.
.naklng direct connections for all
nolnts in Eastern Canada and United
States. Itevelstoko local and connection for Seattle and all points south
leaves dally at 8:35; AgassU local
at 5:35 p. m.
Canadian Pacific Rai.way Company's Raster Holidays Excursion
Tickets on sale from March 24 to 28.
Good till March 30. One fare and one-
third for the round trip.
For further particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. K- Agent,
or C.B. FOSTER, A.G.P.A. Vancouver
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
Store, Bank and Office
FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR RAIL-
INGS���AIL     KINDS     OF     WOODWORKING���DESIGNS    AND    ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
NEW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
J. BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner Eleventh and Carllne.
PHONE 473
P. BURNS & CO.
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE 101.
645 COLUMBIA STREET.
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
you 125,000 tons at about
B. C. COAST SERVICE.
Sailings from C. P. R. wharf, Van
couver.
To Victoria���1:30 p. m. daily.
To Nanaimo���2 p. m. daily except
Sunday; leaves Sunday at 5:15 p. m
To Union and Comox���Leaves Vancouver, 11 p. m. Monday.
Alaska service���11 p. m., March 14,
24 and April 4.
To Prince Rupert���Leaves Vancouver at 11 p. m. every Saturday.
To Chilliwack and points of call���
8   a.   m.   Mondays,   Wednesdays  and
B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading  Co.
4 .-^f||j|^^Manufacturers and -ealer8 ,n AH K'nd8 *>'
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,  DOOR8,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
8TOCK    PLAIN    AND
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES.    LARGE
FANCY GLASS. >
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone 12 New Westminster
Box 137
your stock cost you.   There'll be j Fridays, from B. C. Coast wharf, New
. figures to_ay on the publlca- Westminster, B. C
10,1 ��f this news.   - '  -   - ���    '
l���     Perhaps I'd better
I on to tim exchange and buy a part
��  " 111.
th(.'r"kr f''" on hLs ncPhew's neck.
��, "��� was ii profit on the transaction
bat a y too-sand dollars, and from
ith_m EarIe took Ws uncle's place
Ule "iron king."
For further particulars call or a(
dress
ED. GOULET, Agent,
New Westminster.
or
C. D. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen.  Pass.  Agent,
Vancouver, B. C.
Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,  B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL   *7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL. .16.76 per Bbl.
TERMINAL |5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR H50 per Bbl-
���
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McQuarrie & to.	
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone ISS.
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it;GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
' Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro- \
portions to cleanse ^^S
easily, vigorously, J^j
and without harm to i ~~
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Made by THE  N.  K.  FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
ADVERTISE  IN  THE  NEWS
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,   MARCH  14
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If you buy your Locks from us. +
Building Paper, Nails and a
Flashings sent to your jobs by   ���
Mrs. Gillespie will sing at Opera
house tomorow night. **
For first-class cut [lowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davles'
Greenhouse. R.208 ������
The Maple Leafs baseball club will
hold a meeting on Tuesday night in
the Premier hotel to discuss plans
for the coming season.
Got any papering and patining to
do?   If so, see I. Hudson, Sixth street.
Tickets for the Irish Concert on
March 16, now on sale at Ryall's drug
store, and Lavery's confectionery
store. Adults 75c an_ 50c. Children
25c. **
Fales, the home furnisher. Carpets
galore  at knowndown  prices. **
The executive of the local council
of women meet this afternoon at 2:30
o'clock.
You are you, and not the man next
door. By leaving your order at Gal-
vin's you can have a suit of clothes
which will be made for you, not for
the other fellow. See our ad. on
page 5. ***
Grand Irish Concert at the Opera
house Wednesday, March 16. **
Harriet G. Moore's Spring Millinery
Opening will be on Wednesday and
Thursday   of  next  week. **
Secretary Wade, of the board of
trade, has received a letter from the
Seif Help Emigration society of London, England, intimating that the
emigrants they send out from the old
country will be referred to New Westminster as the best place to secure
information as to the most suitable
places for settlement.
The annual general meeting of the
New Westminster Lacrosse club wiil
be held in the City hall, Wednesday,
March 16, at 8 p. m. **
The funeral of the late Richard
Benson took place yesterday to the
Odd Fellows' cemetery, Rev. Mr. Ma-
dill, of Central Park, officiating at
the services at the house and at the
grave. A large number of Odd Fellows, of which order the late Mr.
Renson was a member, attended the
obsequies. The pail beare.- were:
George Adams. Alex Adams, J. W.
McDonald, R. A. Lawrence, G. W
McKay and W. West.
Get in early with your paint work
Now  is the time to see    I.  Hudson
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by ringing  up
Phone 281
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GETTING ON IN
THE WORLD
depends mostly in specialized ability.
The best paid men and woman 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 7
Westminster Modern
Business School
A.   L.  BCUCK,  Principal.
610   Columbia  St.
Fales���The  leader.    2,000 yards of
matting today at 20c per yard.      ***
For fresh  Carnations, promptly de-' gj^th Street
livered,   phone   R208,   Davies'   Green-1 J.__..____________��
house. **! Irish  dances by Master Croil,  Opera
house, March 16, **
For   furniture,   carpets,     linoleums,
etc.,  try   the   New   Furniture    Store. I    We have just received five of thc
Denny & Galloway, 43 Sixth street. ** Uatest models    in    typewriters, with
| ten, fifteen and eighteen inch  (inter-
A meeting of the Anti-Tuberculosis   changeable)  carriages.    Call and  Be<
society will be beld this afternoon at  them at. our new branch. IK Colum
2:30 o'clock. ��� bia street, three doors from B. C. E
' R. station.    Seventeen cents a day is
all you need pay to own one.   White,
^  ^^  Shiles & Co. **
A dynamite explosion at the plant
of fhe Western Explosives company,
limited, on Bowen Island, killed four
Chinamen and one white man on
Saturday     morning.       The     packing
j    For window  shades,  lace  curtains,
etc., go to Fales', Agnes street.      **
i The Misses Collins, Gillespie, Munn.
p'vne and Lavery will sing the most
songs of Ireland at the Irish Concert, Opera house, March 10.
shed,  where  th
was wrecked.
explosion    occured.
The hardware men of this city are
out with  a challenge for a lacrosse
A     ,,- . .   .game against any trade team on Good
our   Oopack   tea at 35c par pound, [Friday.   The following will represent
'
three   pounds   for   $1.     F.  Jt'al
Seventh avenue.    Phone
1427
**
Fo_  Tasty  and  Correct
JOB PRINTING we are
Leaders.
Jackson Printing
Company
THOMSON BLOCK, MARKET
SQUARE, PHONE 388.
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
To the Housewife thc Electric Sad Iron ls the greatest boon possible. No device has so lessened the household labor. The Electric
Sad Iron is so simple that a ch ���d can operate it; and it can be used
in any part of the house where there is an electric light. Iron always hot; no useless walking or waiting; ironing done in half the
time. We carry different make s and styles. Call in and let us show
them to you.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
_Te 'Iron handlers: Goal, Watson,
point, Lundy; cover point McDonald,
defence~TTTuT Davis, T. Trapp, Armstrong; centre, C. Bryson: home field,
W. Burr, W. Dawe, Campbell, Mc-
Pliatlden, O. Swanson.
Hear O'Callaghan's orchestra play
Irish melodies and jigs at the Irish
Conceit  on   March   16,   at  the  Opera
house. **
The death occurred at Seattle on
Friday of Mrs. Florence .T. Patterson,
wife of J. Patterson of Seattle. The
late Mrs. Patterson was a sister of
Bryard and Milford S. Abrams, of this
city. The funeral will be held In
New Westminster and will leave the
Free Methodist Chapel on Eighth
street at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
You are you, and not the man next
door. By leaving your order at Gal-
vin's, you can have a suit of clothes
which will be made for you, not for
the other fellow. See our ad on
Page 5. **
The funeral of the late Alice Christina. Buckland took piace yesterday
from the family residence to the Odd
Fellows' cemetery. Alice was a favorite with all the school children
with whom she was acquainted and
a large number of these were present at the last sad rites. The pall
bearers were: Douglas Robson, Bert
Bowell, Ned Pentland, George Curtis,
Harold White and George Kalbock.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
_,,
English Watcta Irr
Gold Watc_ea for Ladies from |12V5
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
97.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
CITY HOMES
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block. New Westminster
$1000 cash, balance to be arranged,
buys modern residence, situate on
large corner lot, 70x126 In splendid
location, north side of Third avenue,
commanding magnificent view. House
contains the following rooms: 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 reasonably proposition.
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
Women's
Neckwear
Novelties
FASHIONS FAVORITE
STYLES
We have waited long for this
deiayed shipment of all these
dainty little neckwear pieces.
Dutch Collars, Linen Collars,
Muslin and Silk Bows and Jabots are the most popular
styles shown. They are here
by the hundreds and inexpensively priced.
Shantung and
Pongee Silks
Indications ale that later in
the season a scarcity of these
popular silks will be hard to
overcome. More orders have
been placed than can be filled,
such is the demand for the
Spring and Summer wear. Just
now we have on hand a large
stock of Natural Pongees, Coatings Pongees, and Colored
Shadings, in 2'; and 34 inch
widths, per yard  ..45c to $1.75
Moire Silk  and
Velvet
Fashion reports feature the
Moire trimmings to a large do.
gree. You have but to . -.,
a book of fashions read the
descriptions of popul sty
t o note the extend, j U8
Moire silks and ve
trimming purposes.
ie of
'or
Moire  Velvet.
^_^_^_^_���L       'n I
match,  popular  dress    fabrics
per yard        $125
lie
Moire  Silks  with  bia i
most used colors,  follow
ly in popularity, per yardlUU
 till
to
All Wool
Suitings
90c Per Yard
Spring    Dress  Suitings  of  a
weight most  suitahle  for  present  day   styles.    All   the    dew
colors  are   prominent   in   these
serviceable materials.  Chevron,
self stripes. French  twill, serges, satin  stripe, Venetians and
light weight worsteds, width 44
inches, shown in shades of Wisteria catawba, taupe, purpie, re-
seda,  myrtle,    old  rose,    grey,
brown,  light    and    dark  navy,
cardinal,  cream and  black, per
yard       SOc
Shirt Waist Suitings
25c per yard
Materials with weight sufficient  for    tailored  sty..
waists are more to the front  than ever before.
The showing before you m our  wash  goods section
wonderful range of entirely new materials or old fabrics
guise.    They are all attractive and    serviceable.      36-inch   indiar
Head  in  white, pink, fawn, cadet,  navy  and  black.
Figure  Picque in all  while fancy designs. While and black
cardinal,   while  and   blue,  etc.  27-inch.is  wide,  several   wei
v     .   _ ���
Corded  Beng.ilines  in  plain  colors, or striped, two tO!
Linen     Colored   Brilliants  imitative   of   Pongee    BUltll
are   absolutely   fast   color. !;_s*T7^v"' '    ''".'
White Vestings in dozens of small and large designs.
Fancy Crepons reminding one  most  forcibly of  what  was al
time  sold   as  seersucker:   attractive  colors and  design
Stencilled Curtain
Materials
NEW   DESIGNS
Warm Spring days turn the thoughts of housekeepers towards
thc house furnishing problem. House cleaning reveals a host of improvements that seem absolutely necessary. Are your windows in
need   of   up  to  aate  draperies?
STENCILED    ETAMINE    SCRIM,   PER   YARD       ...   40;
The newest curtain material, 40 inches wide; stenciled In a
manner that leaves both sides alike. Patterns represent the old cathedral stained glass windows or natural floral or conventional designs. Colors are harmoniousl y arranged in two or three toned com.
binatons of cardinal, green, brown and TTlue on white or natural
ground.     Colors  are   ahsolulely   fast,  per  yard       40c
36-INCH   STENCILED   SCRIM   PER  YARD    30c
A few attractive designs at this price, colors are cotihinalions
of green, red and brown. I
40-INCH   PLAIN   SCRIM,  PER     YARD     30c
Ecru and white oniy, suitable for use as sold or for Stenciling,
36-INCH   ART  SILKOLINES,  PER   YARD        20c
A new shipment of these ever popular materials. Patterns are
new colors, are natural in their shades of green, pink, cadet, blue,
lavendar, fawn nnd their various conblnatlons. Designs suitable for
window  drapertot, comforters, etc, per yard      20c
Corded Neck
Ruching
Small and large silk and gold
conl Ruching in all the
shades of pink, sky, old llisft
cream, purple, black ^
white. Also shown win ���'���������
edge in the popular
Sold in boxed lengths or by ��*
yard.
Plain and
Embroidered
Linen Collars
20c to 45c  Each
Tailored waists wilh l"1'11
colors���another of fashion': 0>
crees. Low or high linen <o1'
lars with or without embroidered designs, or set with insertion and beading. Sizes L2_
to 141_, each    20c to 45c
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR. )NDAY, MARCH  14, 1910.
THE D\1LY NEWS.
PAGE NINE.
NOI RESUMED   iOLD TIMERS ARE       (aerial lots are offered
ON 6.N.R. STATION!      READY TO INVEST1 to public in Vancouver
Untric Incision of Provin-
cial Government is working
Hardship on City.
mo8t eccentric decisions
e/Z^U handed out by the
te J , , Mvernment. through F. C.
^fj0 m stopped the Great
^Baliwav company from build-
their neff <|l'>"'t-
treason given for this extraord-
lction Is to say  the least.
jn,   xuej government fears
company has excavated
built their
Colum-
lit. Qua
at'fi tl"   ^^^^^^
:: and perhaps
V000 station,  that   part  ol'
����..-������   will   slide   down   upon   it
Hi ���      ablj j 11.��� government does
I  , :,, e Hie company  put  to
Jcl, an inconvenience  and  possibly
liiiK'i;'! loss.
Iti,,. idea is a philanthropic one, not
say fatherly, bul it seems Btrange
i.dl f| lias not dawned on the govern-
���,: ��� ��� at  re tlie Great Northern
J.,,,,,! i ii on tiii.s proposition they
not so insane as not to make
,, of what tbey were doing, by the
mp, tanl advice of their engineers.
insldi ring  He- size  of  the  building
,;        i aborate fittings they were
. ]. u  Into it, lt might  bave
{:     lessed thai they did not intend
take an;  chances of a slide.
|.\ governmenl slide may be an ex-
rt-tliniily difficult   thing  to ward  off,
Id thi mo I carefully prepared plans
i I to cheek tt, but a land
lav such es the government  seems
ifear In this case, can easily be pre-
Dted as a little technical knowledge
.engineering would show the dullest
ain.
For two y.ns now the Great North.
company lias had this scheme of
theh  station on the boards,
ring to the cramped  condition  of
i>ir presenl quarters and their de-
to pill   up  a   station   which   will
It he a disgrace to the city of New
estmhister, as the present one is.
Work bad already been commenced
i'l i steam shovel was doing Its duty
royal styli    when   the  first   cum-
knd to stop came.     After  a  while
rk was resumed   and   three  more
eks- would lave finished the exca-
Jtinc, when order No. 2 came along.
It. ri      n   already   gtftteu   for
work being stopped.
is earth there is almost hardpan,
the companj bad to blast the
|ff before it counl be removed. For
reason thoy do nut see why they
ild Bpend fifty or sixty thousand
(liars in building a retaining wall.
ids time the company sot disgust-
ami have now taken their steam
ovel away, and the City has b��ca
Ibbed of as fine a   Station as any
People Not Given to Speculation Are Starting In to
Buy Real Estate.
Saturday showed a marked Improvement in the real estate market. The
crowds who usually come In to do a
bit of shopping, were augmented this
time by many who came to "do a bit
of real estate."
Uigs were in demand and a more delightful afternoon for a run round to
view a lot or two could not have been
chosen. By seven o'clock many a
man from the country was the richer
by a few lots in the Royal City.
Westminster people do not believe
j In lushing things. There is a deal
of the old biood hit In their veins
and it keep them from seeing red
when there is talk of a "boom.'' They
like to make sun- that there is, before
they plunge. "Wild calling" is not
much use in Westminster on account
ol these good folk who are. by the
Bneerlng ones, called old stagers.
These same old stagers do not jump
the rails al the first unsteady corner and come to grief, thev are slow
but sure, but they get there more
often than the rushing express.
One of the most promising signs
of the wave of industrial progress
which is beating in on Westminster
was the coming of some of these
aforementioned Old stagers. They had
heard that something was doing sometime ago and slowly the news bad
soaked In and then a. few good SOild
facts such as the coming of new industries were borne In upon them
and on Saturday they came to see.
When   they   return   tbe   news   will j
be  carried  with  them  and  old  siock-
ings will be dragged out;  bank books
will be looked up and in about a week
or two they too will be in  the swim.
Property   Away   Up   On   Steep   Mountain   is   Being   Peddled  Among
Terminal   City   Investors.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St.
According to "The Saturday Sunset," there is some .ofty "wild catting" going on in Vancouver in the
real   estate   business.
One firm, so it says, ls selling lots,
nice airy lots, in North Vancouver,
with a splendid view of the inlet and
presumably of Vancouver, also the
place where the second narrows
bridge is going to h.- and forty or
fifty miles beyond.
These lots air 2 000 feet up the
mountain.
This last fact, however, is not mentioned and a neat fial blue print Is
all that the poor purchaser sees of
these aerial lots.
Some have noi yel been surveyed,
for the simple reason tbat Vancouver
surveyors are not all members of
the Alpine club. Nor has the right
kind of theodolite yet been Invented to
tackle this particular class of sub-division.
This reminds one of an enterprising young American who went to New
Zealand and there bought up a few
hundred neres of land on the west
coast, for about five cents an acre,
lie then journeyed to England and
advertised beautiful undulating land
at  five dollars un acre.
Ile did well, and he was perfectly
truthful when he said the land was
beautiful and undulating. It was so
undulating, according to one unlucky
purchaser that even goats found it
hard work keeping their feet.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
_fflce 'Pbone 115.     Barn 'Phone 13?
Columbia 8treer
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
he NewsJReai Estate and IndustrUa^^
LEE'S
GREAT 30 DAYS
Re-organization
Sale
Gathers  Force  Each  Day
$30,000
Worth of Fine Furniture at Big
Price Concessions
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
Individuals,  and   shall   he   pleased   to
I meet or correspond with  those who
contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts.
H you haven't  a Savings  Account.
| NOW is the best time to start one
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital   PaidUp    $5,000,000
Reserve        5,700,000
! Total  Assets    70,000.000
New  Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F. SHUTE. Manager.
WESTMINSTER  TRUST  HAS
NEW HOME AT CHILLIWACK
Ity nf twlci i's si/.e would have been
���mid.
hi an interview with F. C. Meyers,
ke local representative of the Great
lortliern company, he said he had not
V taintesl  idea when  work would
! resumed or where. He thought that
tbe government had stopped It in
city  for  reasons  wllich,  to him,
a practical  man   seemed  absurd,
Ie company wouid  be compelled to
ild out at  Sapperton.    This would
inconvenient, but they needed i
br? room and something would hav�� ��
I be done,
Had work gone on the station Would
lV�� btHn up in a very short time.
p cliff, Into which they had to cut
I order to build, Was about 80 feet
fep, and INHr cutting was only  to
1! 40 feet, With a concrete wall and
ie usual safeguards, there would not
ave beui the slightest fear of a
lde.
Asked If there were any further
Bgottatlona going on with the. rov-
rament, he said he thought not.
Iven If the difficulty was straighten-
d out, It might be a Couple of years
eforo th, company commenced work
gain here,
New    Westminster    was    growing
noie rapidly than   manv  neoDle lm-
[flned, and
lot onlv
lid
.Messrs. Smith and Bucklin have
completed a handsome concrete building for the West minster Trust _ Safe
Deposit Co.. Ltd., at Chilliwack, on
the corner of Westminster and Wellington streets. Much credit is due
to them for the record they have
made iu building, having only taken
sixty days. The structure is three
storeys high and lUilxTs feet.
The walis are made of cement
blocks, manufactured by tbe London
Concrete Machinery company.
There were 2300 sacks of cement
used in building, supplied by Gilley
tros., of New Westminster; Ctio yds.
of sand and gravel, furnished by G.
Adamson, Chilliwack; 11,600 feet of j
lumber furnished by Messrs. Patterson & Eckert, Chilliwack; factory
work, office fittings, plate giass, etc.,
Galhralth _ Sons, New Westminster;
hardware, W. W. Webb, Chilliwack.
and painting, Newsome ��� Sons, of
N'ew Westminster.
The smaller building adjoining was
also put up by the same contractors
for Mr. Jackman, of Chilliwack. The
upper storey Is for residential purposes and the lower floor wi:l be used
for a moving picture show. The cost
of the larger building Is placed at
$30,000.
Messrs. Gardiner and Gardiner
were the architects,
Estimates Given. Phone 567.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
PAINTERS,   PAPER-HANGERS  AND
DECORATORS.
2\4 Sixth avenue, between Second avenue and Third streets.
N'EW  WESTMINSTER        - B.C.
THE  STEAMER
TRANSFER
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker Wharf for Ladner,
Westh.rTi Island and way
points at 2 o'clock, returning
on the following morning.
KOAST   fUM   UAIvibliinu.
Ralph Connor
WHEH YOU SPEUD A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
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Matting
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Mightily tickled are the buyers over the very low
prices. Furnish your home Now. All country orders
packed free. Look for the Green Tickets. Everything
marked in plain figures,
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Is the heet rates, because It Is pan, nutritious sod very economical.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO ���
LEE'S, Limited
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET
1 Phone 73 New Westminster, B.C.  f
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the
many people
present station was
disgrace to the city, but,
H considerable harm. People
|0-iinK hire for the first time began
r Retting a bad opinion of the city.
Wd Ilrgt  Impressions  were liable to   mous
^^^^^^ P>lls to See Any	
tlnctlon.
WlnnWfc, March 11.���"Why does
curling hold bo high a place ln the
opinion of the very best men of this
country," said Dr. C. W. Gordon,
(Ralph Connor) speaking ln a scathing arraignment of commercialism In
Bport. "It ranks highest among
sports for many reasons, but chiefly
for thla���that lt remalr.B among the
few sports and games ln our country absolutely unsolled by the taint
of professionalism."
Dr. Gordon made general reference
to all forms of gambling as connected
with sports, but spoke chiefly on race
track gambling    He referred to horse
i racing as one of the noblest forms of
I sport, utterly  marred and ruined by
the practise of bookmaklng. He made
statistical    references   to   the   enor-
proflts of    several    Canadian
On B
station.    For  these
. he considered that the
been badly treated.
Acreage Sells Well.
turday Messrs Cook and Wll-
��i impressions were name i" "��"�� .�����'����������� "'. .:���,. .1,1, ihe warm
tick. They were also liable to Judge Jockey clubs, and' JeaIJ ^VSer the
_ hav  by  Its   station.    For  these   discussion ln ����lnK clrclea 0 &
**���*, atone, he considered that the bill at present Wore       >       ^
���Uhad been h__lv treats I house, which  Pro-^, ���   ,,y a8 ail
track gambling as stringently as
forms of gambling "e treated.
may Messrs Cook and WU- I    The l����ie between the   *oPajte
K wor(. busy;  amongst their sales  divided on the bill 1. J01",     bu���.
*��:    A  leo-aore farm In Langley  and clear.   ��� *JV dekrlyln defl-
ior ��' :  the sale of the northeaBt ,ness of ���"*��* /wtfo"; this paT-
Warter Bectlon 22 ,��� s off gcott anee of law. _^feJ"JJri',,& be
��a'l '->  M.  Dunkey  for  $2500 cash. ! tlcular form 0   the vice ^
an1 th. sale of the northwest quart-   placed where It belongs,
***M**~**a*a**a*a ban of the law. .
The opponenta of the b��l ��������*���
���True, the! business of Rambling is in
defiance of the .aw. but make an ��
A GENUINE SNAP
We can deliver 160 acres
in Cloverdale, adjoining
town site, at $100.00 per
acre. Tke very cheapest
buy in the market to-day.
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Cheap  Lots
Five full sized corner lots in Sapperton.
Price $1250. Terms : $300 cash, balance
6,12 and 18 months.
1 lot on 11th Street, below 3rd Avenue,
Price $420, one third cash, balance 6 and
12 months.
GREAME & SHIRLEY
Curtis Block
P. PEEBLES
Real Estate Broker and Financial Agent
620 Columbia Street New Westminster, B.C.
Taa*____a>_etasaeaeeeeeee���>>���>_������__seaetetttatett
,lt"> from Surrey to Thomas Erlckeon
ectlon 22 Langley. Just over the
from"-   ^^ ^^^^^^
| for jsnoo.
To   Establish   Wireless. \~Z_u
Grand Trunk Pacific has asked |vl<^_
detiance oi we ;��_> """���   _""""! mt th��
ceptlon of this particular form of the
thlV' Uran<1 Tnink Paclflc hft8 a8llpd iVl<��__ Mil navs and the law of   the
��* ^nlnlnn government for author-1    The bill says ��nd       & ^
5** wlrel���<�� stations acrosa   _a__*__J2t\mra else but not upon
llv
'  w erect wireless stations acrosa   |W��a ���**LjSZZr%*Z but not upon
I'rinr
wnl,    -Jce  Rupert  nt  once.    ^l^^S^WttTmM.'aparsSltS
"PJ11" n"t only be a great commercial \Vff___lXTtottS social and com-
ift&a wor t rrTj��� ^* "��fthe nat,on; put
""Miction work.   A similar pro-
wi i��� tn hp pnt forward t0 connect
Htewart with Vancouver.
Opera  HOUSE BOOKINGS.
April r,���r ��� -
Aprl
-Rablea In Toyland.
Anr
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11 -The Red Mill.
18���8t Klmo.
a' H���Th0 Gingerbread Man
merclal life   ^	
out of business." j^^mm
The opponents of the bill say.
"True, the gambler ls a vicious man,
a parasite and a menace to the social
and commercial life of the nation,
but on the race track he ls necessary
lf not harmless. License Mm to
prosecute his vicious business."
Quarter Acre Lots
IN
NORTH VANCOUVER, $175
|26 CA8H       15 PER MONTH
We have the exclusive sale of fifty of these choice lots.
Carter & Carver
COPYRIGHT,
A DELICIOUS
CUP OF COFFEE
whose aroma ls fragrant and appetising, a chop or steak with fried potatoes, or a dainty broiled chicken,
such as we prepare, to tempt your
appetite these cold mornings, ls what
you need. We can tempt the palate
of an anchorite.
KENNY'S
739  COLUMBIA  STREET,  OPP.
TRAM OFFICE.
i TRY OUR ..
Room 6, Guichon Block
OPfcN EVERY EVENING
Phone 681
Poultry Food
2Sc P*w Package
Ryall's Drug Store
EYES TESTED FREE ��Y OPTICIAN
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,   MARCH   14,
1910.
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The new tram line runs through this property, and the view of
the Fraser River, the city of New Westminster and the mountain
range in the background is unsurpassed.
No one who can think will deny that
SOUTH WESTMINSTER
Is destined to be a great city, and at the prices and terms wliich we
are now quoting these lots, they are by far
The Best Value Yet Offered
and will double in price every six months for some time to come.
$25 in cash will secure one of these lots.       Balance spread over
Eighteen months.
Buy quick or you won't get a look in.
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Hale Bros.
Limited
Kennedy
Real Estate, Insurance and Timber
Over Merchants Bank, Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets
Phone 335
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE ELEVEN.
DAILY NEWS
RESULTS  FOLLOW
AD VER TISING
In the Daily News
IT HELPS YOUR BUSINESS
DAILY NEWS
LAND   ACTS.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Ole Lee, of Bonton,
occupation  fanner,  Intends  to apply
for  permission  to  purchase the following describe-  lands:
11    Commencing at a post planted in
a small bay ai N.W. corner of Hudson
island.    Applying  to   purchase    the
whoie island  containing    su    acres,
more or less, and Is situated south-
Wesl  Of Mais Island.
OLE LEE,
SHERMAN  H. FOK1),
March" 10, 1910. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Joseph Storms, of
Kjelsey, occupation farmer, intends to
apply foi' permission to purchase Hie
following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
a small bay on west shore of Triangle
island.    Applying  for  the   whoie   Island,   containing   10   acres,   more  or
less, situated south of Crib island.
JOSEPH STORMS.
SHERMAN  11. FOUO,
March 10. 1910. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast  Range Ont.
Take notice that John Peterson, or
.Vancouver,  occupation   carpenter,  Intends to apply for permission to purchase'the following described lands:
Commencing at a post  planted at
j the N.E. cottier of T.L. 2,r>'8f>, on Midsummer Island, thence following said
! line of T.L. south, west and north to
'the  shore;   thence    following    shore
westerly,   southerly,   easterly,   northerly and  westerly  to  point  of    commencement;    containing    200    acres,
more or less.
JOHN PETERSON.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that George Philips, of
Battle Creek, occupation baker, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described iiinds:
Commencing at a post planted at
the N.E. corner of T.L. 27243 on
Swanson Island; thence following line
of Bate T.L. south, west, north and
west to shore; thence following shore
southerly, easterly, northerly, and
westerly to point of cornmencenidnt;
containing 300 acres, more or 'ess.
GEORGE PHILIPS.
SHERMAN  M. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Guy Johnson, of
Xenla, occupation harness maker, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted in a
bay on tho south shore of Pearl Is-
I land, the north island in the Indian
group, containing SO acres, more or
less. Applying for the whole isiand,
which Is situated at the west end of
Village island.
GUY   JOHNSON.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Alvcn Houchen, of
! Iowa,  occupation   farmer.   Intends  to
[ apply for permission to purchase the
; following described lands:
j   Commencing tit a post planted in
I a small bay on  the  south shore o||
Hazel island, at the S.E. point of Har-
bledown  Island, containing  20  acres,
more or iess.   Applying for the whole
Island.
ALVEN HOUCHEN.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Charles William
Preston, of Madrid, occupation barber, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the west end of Alder Island, the
largest island ln the Carey group, containing 40 acres, more or iess. Applying for the whole Island, which la
situated near the west end of Tumour Island.
. CHARLES WILLIAN PRESTON.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice  that   John  Elkens,  or
Boone, occupation butcher, Intends to
apply for permission ot purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a  post planted  at
west end of Cedar Island, containing
40 acres, more or less.    Applying for
the whole Isiand,  which  Is situated
at the west end of Midsummer Island.
JOHN EIKENS.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
V A BASKET FULL
of clean, sweet-smelling
linen Is obtained with half
the toil and half the time
if Sunlight Soap is used.
Sunlight shortens thc
day's work, but lengthens
the life of your clothes.
Follow direction..
W. RICH
Teaming and  Expressing.
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.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Oarner _lg_tt BL _n_   lift* A
PHONB WO.
FOR FIR8T CLASS
Job Printing
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
739  FRONT  ST.,  WIND80R  BLOCK
"ropiletress, Mrs. M. Hominy.
How small the gain,
How great the loss,
A moment's joy
A life's remorse!
-MUNTON,
I THINK that most wrongs, if not most
sins, are done in momenta of passion, thoughtlessness, or through _
desire to please others. The old human heart never eeases to hunger for
love, whether in a year-old baby or an
octogenarian. Deny it love, and it becomes indifferent, cold, selfish. Ths
medical and scientific world are
just beginning to
understand tho
mighty moral, as
Well a* the healing
influence of   love.
It is the ladder hy
Which men and
nations climb to
greatness. lt is
the power that
will eventually disarm
battleships, scatter
armies and living the
whole human family into
one great brotherhood where the interests of one will be the interests of all.
I should like to see in all schools the
study of love placed ahead of all other
studies, for the noblest objects of life
are defeated if we are controlled by selfishness, malice, hatred or revenge.
It is well understood hy the medical
profession that anger and greed do more
to produce disease, destroy happiness and
shorten life than all -ther causes combined.
T do -vish that the
readers  of  this  article would join me
in spreading "Hope-
ism," and 1 do moat
earnestly ask every
ailing    person,    no
matter   what   their
disease  may  he,  to
think  hopefully,  to
talk   hopefully,  to
act hopefully, to be
^^^^^^^^^^^^ temperate    in   all
things,    to   encourage the despondent, to assist the deserving and to send out hopeful messages to
all  mankind.
I want every person who has a cold to
try my Cold Cure. 1 know that it is
harmless and is doing a great and good
work in warding oil' pneumonia and serious ailments.
I want every rheumatic to try my
Rheumatic Remedy, with the understanding that if it does not give the desired result I will refund the money.
I want every per- """*""
son who is suffering
with any kidney ailment to try my Kidney Remedy, Thousands of testimonials from those it has restored    to    health   have
been received at this office,    lt takes away the
backache,   the    dragging
down pains, the pufuBsSS
under the eyes, swelling
of the limbs and all tho
painful symptoms of kidney affection.
I wnnt every dyspeptic, <-��v.,, r-..__
who in troubled witli any form' of indigestion to try my Dyspepsia Remedy. It
will not make au old stomach new, but
it will enable one to eat almost anything
within reason and digest all they do eat.
I want every nervous nerson to try mv
Nerve Cure and see how quickly it will
give rest to the tired nerves and strength
tn the whole system.
I want every person who suffers with
Piles to try my Pile Ointment which
stops almost every form of Files in a few
hours.
I want every person who is troubled
with biliousness,
constipation, or any
liver or bowel ailment, to try Munyon's Paw Paw
Pills They aro hav-
ing a tremendous
sale and are doing a
mighty wptk for
humanity. These
pills keep not only
^_^_^_^_^_^_, the stomach in good
ihape, but they cleanse the lower bowel,
and soon habituate the bowels to act
regularly without any assistance.
I want every person who needs med.
esl advice to call and see my physicians.
They are placed at your service absolutely free,  They are not allowed to maka
my charge for examination or advice.
  MUNYON. .
every person
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THE DAILV NEWS.
MONDAY,  MARCH  14, 19
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GOOD THINGS
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Vacant Lots
< " Garden of Eden," Sapperton Heights
Full size lots at $250. Terms: $50 cash,
$8.50 monthly.
2 -First Street, City.   Snap.    Full size
lot, $250 cash.
O     Four lots on Hospital Street.   $10 cash,
balance, $5 monthly.   Hustle for these.
Sapperton, close in, bunch of twelve
lots, full size, at $200 each to take the lot.
Terms or discount for cash.
. Block of 10 lots in the residential quarter of Sapperton, $2500, on easy terms.
Full half acre lots on Yale Road and
B.C.E.R. new line, $300, $100 cash, balance
6, 12,18 and 24 months.
Homes
^ $1600. Industrial district of Sapperton.
Seven rooms, suit small family. $200
Cash. $20 monthly, less than rental
value.
O $2100. On two full sized lots, newly
built cottage in the best part of Sapperton. Cheap today, will double in value
in six months. $1100 cash, balance in 33
months by arrangement.
0 $2500. 7 roomed house, with modern
conveniences. $1500 cash. Sapperton
Heights.
IO     $3500.   Concrete house on Hamilton,
* v 9 rooms, everything modern, half cash,
balance on terms.
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$7000. In the heart of the city, full
acre of land, half block from car line,
modern house, stables and cow shed, fruit
trees.   Cheapest in the city.
$10,000. Hotel, 19 rooms, barn for
16 teams, built on four Jots, facing three
fronts. This should attract keen buyers.
$1000 cash, balance on terms.
EVANS
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DARKE
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