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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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Volume
5, Number 57.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,  FRIDAY  .MORNING, MARCH  11,  1910.
TWELVE PAGE8
FIVE CENTS
JOB MARCHES TO PARK
THEN MARCHES BACK
hlice Refused Philadelphia
Strike Sympathisers Permission to Hold Meeting-
illadelpliia, March 10.-A crowa
fcated at l|l(-IU|J persons went to
jeball park of tlie Philadelphia
lonai league club tnis afternoon,
lit," tbe announcement of the au-
Jt]es thai a mass meeting cauea
|l,    eneral strike committee to be
lu the park would not bj per-
i_ There was no disorder of con-
Hem e In the  vicinity, of the  ban
the gates ot wuich were kept
led.
Mob   m   Broad   btreet.
|, threatened, however, when
i      i definitely known that there
io be no meeting and the masses
luiuunlty began to congregate on
���l street for the return towards
centn  of the city.
it      ,,    o'clock   the   crowd   filled
t, reet,  broad  in  fact  aa   well
[in   n.i ,   for   four   b.ocks   nortii
i Columbia avenue.
.   thai  time C. 0. Pratt, the
,   the  striking carmen, wan
h rs of  the general  Btrike,
iad stn et in an automobile.
made for  the automobile,
the crown, cheering madly, ten
Ibehlnd, and the march up Broad
to the park was    taken    up.
I marchers encountered a
L   force of police,    who    began
���; masses back.    Prati and
a'.   counsel  got  as far as
ball park gates In their machine
,u   demanded   admittance.
was refused, they entered
with the police ana Btarted
ird the city ball.
Police   Use   Force.
which bad been circling
ball  park  fell in behind  and at
I; a big mob-like procession
as marching back towards
city's  central  section.    The  P��"
:   to   use   force   in   sonic   UJ-
u, i       handle the crowd and kept
loving, bul no disorder of a serious
bin i    urred.
FAVOR CENTRAL PARK
FOR UNIVERSITY
Speakers  Point  Out  District   Is  centre  of  Radius  Containing   Ma-
jority of  B.  C.   Population.
A meeting of the Central _ark University association was held at Central park yesterday evening, when a
number of Important speeches on the
subject of the Bite of the university
were made. Secretary w. j. Cunningham read resolutions passed at
previous meetings, thereby paving the
way for open discussion
Maxwell Smith, preside,,,, and Rev.
Merton Smith pressed the claims of
Central park district for the university site. Other speakers included
Kev. Mr. Peacock, R. C. Hodgson
(Vancouver), Reeve Byrne, 0f Burnaby; John Rumble, Eugene Cleveland
and E, Barrett, the last, named pointing out that the site favored by tho
meeting was in the centre of a fifteen-
mile radius which contained the largest portion of British Columbia's population.
A committee of three, Rev. Merton
Smith, Herbert. Lister and Maxwe.i
Smith, was named to co-operate watii
the Mainland committee in pressing
the claims of the mainland to the university upon tlie attention of tlie provincial  authorities.
BIG INCREASE SHOWN IN
CIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES
Chancellor of the Exchequer
Will Have to provide for
Large Expenditure.
London,  March  lb.���The  civil ser-
j vice estimates for 1910-11, which were
1 given out today, with a total amount
required  of  upwards of $330,000,000,
show.  ,ike  the  n ivy  and  army  estimates, a marked Increase in the national expenditure,
I Should Chancellor Lloyd George's
budget provide for tlie usual consolidated fund charges, the g,ana aggregate expenditure which tbe chancellor
will have to meet will he upwards of
$855,000,000, or neany $".0,000,000 in
[excess  of  last  year's  total.
The civil service estimates include
$40,000,000 for old age pensions.
C.N.R. NOT TO HAVE
TELEGRAPH SYSTEM
D. D. Mann Denies Story
That His Company Will
Compete Against C. P.R.
TODAY, THE NEXT DAY, AMii  RUTHERFORD MAY END
EVERY DAY WILL B_ TAG DAY
Doggies Without Brass Tags Will Furnish  Energetic Exercise for  Pound-
keeper  From  Now  On
TERM Of OFFICE TODAY
ROOMS ATTRACT
fcONilOERABLE ATTENTION
kations This Year  Are   Pretty   and
Attractive���Misses O'Connor and
McQuarrie Have Fine Display.
"he   prettily   decorated   tnCilnery
t>U'> ei t!.. .Mioses o Connor anil
pQuarrle were a busy place yoster-
afternoon on the occasion of the
HHni ry opening. The walls are
feutlfuily festooned with strings ot
Jweis ami streamers of ribbon.
���There are many lovely specimens of
lllinery in tlie display. One of the
Iveltj hats which attracted much
petition was a "Harry Lauder'' ot
lack and white straw braid, trimmed
(itli a buckle of pink roses.
A Napoleon hat of Copenhagen blue
ad many admirers. One of the prefer* ations in the room was a
krge black picture hat trimmed with
nrlcl, aigrettes and a go,d bue_le.
Uotlie, hat with a heavy straw braid,
Inn crown and trimmed with natural
pstrlel, plumes, was also much ad-
aired.
There were many line examples of
"   Gage hat  In th'e display, one ot
I'uscan chip attracting especial attention.
Miss O'Connor says that the bats
|liis year are not quite so large as
pey have been for the past two sea-
Sons, the "Hello Girl" hats, successors
10 tlu Merry Widow, being the exception lo the rule. These are very
IMge straws and as a general ru.e
lave more trimming on them than the
[aim,,,* Merry Widow variety.
Novel shades of  red are  the  prevailing color.    Many of the hats are
'Ib creations, but some of the nice
Ones come from Montreal.   The beau-
I'lAl hats on display are being quick-
[>' sold and orders are coming In fast
"' those not already made up.
YOUNG KNOX CUT OFF
Son   of   United   States   Minister   Must
Go to Work Now.
Providence, R.I., .March 10.���Standing beside the pretty biide thai his
lather. Secretary oi State Knox, lias
refused to receive, Philander C. Knox,
jr., today admitted tnat as a resuu
of his elopuient with Miss Boll l his
family bad cut him off, leaving him
dependent upon a legacy and what he
can earn himself.
"Yes, dad toid uie in Wasnington
that lie would give me no more
money but would let me shift for tiiy-
soli. However, 1 have enough money
of my own to keep us until I get a
job. My grandmother on my mother's
side left me enough to give mo an income of ahout $lun a month and this
I am to receive from my mother, who
is trustee of the money until I am of
age."
THE   FIRST  AIR   LINE.
Dirigible Service Will Be Inaugurated
in Bavaria May 15.
Munich, Bavaria, March IU.��� ihe
first regular air navigation service in
Europe wl,l be lnaurgurated on May
15. Regular tri ps will be made from
tliis city alternately to Stainborg and
Oberammergau. A dirigible oanoon
of the Passeval type and driven by
two motors of 100 horsepower eacli
will be used.
The aerial carriage "wll, accommodate l:1 passengers besides the crew.
The fare for the round trip to Stainborg will be $55. and for the trip to
Oberammergau $175. The regular service will close for the season on September 1. An officer from the German aeronautic corps has been detailed to serve as captain of the dirigible. "   ,
Mother Church Wipes Out Debt.
1    New York,    March 10.���Mortgages
amounting to approximately $370,000,
field  by  Trinity  Corporation against
; fifty-eight parishes of the church  in
Greater New York, have been voluntarily wiped out by the mother church
1 according to an announcement made
\ last  night.    Some of the  mortgages
' have   existed   for   sixty   years.     The
j corporation's financial condition war-
runted such action.
$165,000 Pearl at New York.
New York, March 10.���A pear-shaped pearl valued by the appraisers at
ll66,000,  was  received  yesterday   at
,lf> custom house, consigned to a Fifth
pvenue jewelry firm.   It is said to be
J1"   largest and heaviest gom of its
ind brought Into this country    for
aany years. The pearl, though ln the
ough, is'cut to be worn as a pendant.
P is said to have been purchased by
pi New York woman whose name Is
withheld,
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COMING  IN  CROWDS. ���
  ���
London,     March     10.���The ���
bookings   to   Canada   are   bo ���
!���  large that lt Is practically im- ���
I*   Possible to get a passage for ���
I*  'be next three months.    The ���
I*   white Star, Dominion and Al ���
1*   Ian lines are putting on extra ���
I*   steamers. ���
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Farmers Have Much Wheat.
Washington, March 10.���The Quantity of the 1009 wheat crop In farmers'
hands March 1 was about 23.5 per
cent, equivalent to 173,344,000 bushels, compared with 21.G per cent, or
143,602,000 bushels of the 100S crop
on hand March 1. 1909. und 23.S per
cent, or 162,671,00 bushels, the average crop for the past ten years, according to tlie crop reporting board of
the department of agriculture.
I . .
PACKERS  BLAMED  FOR
HIGH  MEAT PRICES
! Washington, March 10.���Retail meat
dealers today placed upon the fanners and the packers responsibility
for the higher price of meat, ln testimony given before the Senate committee Investigating the cost of living.
i Five retail men from New "iork,
Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, were heard, and Walter Brown,
a Washington man, who does his own
slaughtering, was the only one who
I did not admit that the price of meat
I had gone up at least 10 per cent during the past five years.
1 All agreed, however, that competition among the retailers keeps the
price to the consumer as low as possible. Each witness vigorously denied
the retailers were responsible for prevailing prices, and none would admit
that any agreement on prices existed
among them. .
While no one charged that the pacK-
ers were ln a combination, all the witnesses who have dealings with them
I declared there seemed to he no com-
petition for retail trade.
TOURISTS ATTACKED.
American  Visitors    to     Mosque   Near
Jerusalem   Are   Hred   Upon.
Washington, March 10.���American
parties visiting the mosque of Omar,
near Jerusalem have been fired upon by Afghan fanatics. .Miss Matiide
.Mam ire of Mamaroneck, New York,
roc I've.I a slight flesh wound anl
Miss Parker Moore of Tei re Haute,
Ind., was seriously wounded, but will
recover.
Tlie Information came to the state
department last night in an undated
telegram from United States Consul
Wallace at Jerusalem. The oitieiais
express no doubt that the Turkish authorities will take prompt steps to
punish the assailants.
London, March 10. ��� D. O. Mann
says the Canadian Northern has no
intention of Joining the Canadian
North Atlantic freight company, but
will do its Atlantic steamship business in its own way, without, however, entering into any freight war
with other steamship companies.
^ Mann says there is nothing in the
Canadian newspapers' statement that
tlie Canadian Northern proposed a
new Canadian telegraph system, or
thai MacKenzie is raising money here
to compete with the Canadian Pacific
and Great Northwestern systems.
Anyone who has a dog six months
old for which he has not provided a
tag aa required by law is requested
to procure the same without undue
delay. Yesterday Poundkeeper *I��
Murphy was Instructed to enforce tne
dog tax law to the letter an 1 he ls
looking for untagged canines. Ti day
and all days hereafter until an tne
dogs ln the City have beea
wi.l  be tag day
Cubing- Slated   For  Next
Alberta Premier���Draft of
New Cabinet Made I ublic
RUN   ON   SAVING   BANK.
PEARY IS PROMISED
m TIME IN LONDON
North Pole Discoverer May
Show His Proofs to Royal
Geographical Society.
London, Marcli 10.���Commander
Robert Peary, it was announced
here today, ls bringing proofs of his
Poiar achievement with him and will
make them public at a meeting Which
he is to address at Albert Hall under
the auspices of the Royal Geographical society.
The explorer, whose good faith is
generally accepted by British geographers, has the promise of a magnificent reception in London. StTBBfty,
two months ahead of the date of his
lecture, the applications for seats
are sufficient to twice fill the great
hall.
Members of the royal family are expected to be present at both fhe lecture and the banquet preceding it.
Shackleton Believes Peary.
Lieut. Sir Ernest Shackleton. who
last year penetrated the Antartlc circle to within 111 miles of the South
pole, this afternoon disclaimed tne
statement credited to him by Congressman Robert E. Macon, of Arkansas, before the sub-conimitte bT tlie
house naval committee yesterday,
with reference to the number of miles
a day it was possible to travel over
Polar seas.
"I can see no reason," said Sir Ernest, "why Commander Peary.who had
dogs with him, should not have done
what be claimed. The dogs, of curse,
must have done the pulling, for the
men could not. Once, on my journey
to the South pole, I covered on live
consecutive days, 10, 18, 22, 26 and
2'J miles."
TO   BREED   TAILLtSS  OAT.
Odd Experiments being Made m
Dark Cavern on Long Island.
New York, March 10.���To ueter-
r|ine the effects of darkness upon
various forms of animal life, experiments are being conducted with insects and fishes at the uarnegie
Branch for experimental evolution
at Cold Spring Harbor, L.I. The experiments are in charge of Dr. A -M.
Banta. v. .,��   JO
A concrete cave has been built, 4-
by 10 feet, and eight feet in height.
It is five feet underground, it is
eaulpped with tanks in which live
fishes of various Kinds nave Deer*
placed, while crickets and other insects have been placed in compartments lhat are dry, but without wi
ray of light. Other odd experiments
have been in progress for some time,
one of them being the effort to breed
a taillesB cat,
JUNIOR LORD OF TREA8URY
RETURNED FOR 8HIPLEY
London, March 10. ��� Percy H. II-
ilngsworth, new Junior lord of the
treasury, was returned unopposed today for Shipley. In the recent election, Illingsworth was elected over
Hewins, Unionist, by a majority of
3776.
Cleveland    Institution   Startled   by   a
Strange  Panic Among Depositors.
Cleveland, O., March 10.���A run upon the Society for savings, a mutual
saving association, with depo-its or
more than $4'.),000 Olio, startled tne
7000 depositors of the society yesterday. The run began early ln tne
morning and though the bank kept
its doors open unlil several houig after the regular closing time a great
crowd remained outside. Ths origin
of the run is unknown.
Former Governor Myron T. Merrick
president of the .bank, the auditing
committee and the state bank examiner, issued statements announcing
that the Institution was in excellent
shape. ^i.\ million dollars In currency was on the counters of the bank
during tlie run.
ALLEGED GiGANIiC
SWiN
Lloj
ds, London, Claim Policies Are Being Duplicated
���Canadians Caught.
London, March 10.���Detectives in
half a dozen countries are working on
what purports to be a gigantic swindle affecting the interests of Lloyds,
the world-famous insurance corporation. The governor-general oT Canada has sent a detective to London
to conduct an investigation on belialt
of Canadians iu different parts of the
Dominion. French, German and Belgian detectives are similarly engaged
and the crack sleuths of the city of
London have had the case in liTOu.
for several months.
The alleged cul.prit is supposed to
be an American with offices not far
from the Royal  Exchange.    At    the
licensed
.. ,  and  people  * wiling
dogs will be compelled to pay up.
Poundkeeper M :..iu pny has constructed a small dog pound in the
|park. Towzers without tags will be
impounded for forty-eight h urs. u
by that time they are not claimed by
the owner, who mmt pay th ��� uog
tax'and the pound fees, they will be
given to anyone who pays the charges.
If no one is found who wi.l take the
outcast he (the dog) wil] be shot.
THEY GAVE  BABIES AWAY.
Carload of  Infants Eagerly Taken Up
in New Orleans   I oday.
New Orleans, March 10.���This was
the day they gave 1 a! i< s away in-
New Orleans. A carload of the Jittle
Itots arrived today trom New York
foundling and orphan asylums, wim
an eager crowd of claimants aw< iting
their  arrived.
Many pressed about the car iu the
hope that there might le some left
over, but those who had aj>p led in
advance got every baby in the car.
ARRESTED SELLING BIBLES.
Presbyterian Colporteur Locked up at
Valleyfield���Friends Paid  Fine.
Montreal, March 10.���A. Dubuc,
who is employed as a colporteur, by
the Presbyterian Board of French I
Evangelization, v.- i arrested on Monday and imprisoned at Va.leyfield, for |
selling Testam< uts _uJ Bibles without
a license. The fin svas paid by his
friends in the towu and Mr. Dubuc
was given his Ilhsr-.y. As tills is the
third or fourth time lilb'.c agents have
thus been arrested, the French Evangelization committee, has resolved to
consult legal authorities in order to
ascertain whether such arrests are
legal. The provincial law exempts
Bible colporteurs from the business
tax, but it is said that certain towns
an.l   village.;  hav?   bylaws   that   nro
( Edmonton, March lo.���Premier Rutherford is expected to resign trom
the ministry tomorrow on the demand
of the party and members ot tne
house.
I Duncan Marshall, minister of agriculture, and P. E. Lessard, minister
without portfolio, are the only remaining ministers.
The New Cabinet.
I    Hon. W. II. Cushlng is expected to
form    a    ministry,  and   has  already
suited a cabinet, with himself as premier  and   minister  of  public  works;
Boyle, of Sturgeon,  attorney-general;
Smith, of Camrose, education:   Warwick, of Plncher,  agriculture;   uiiey,
I of Glen hen, and MacDougal, Edmonton, without  portfolio.
ELEVEN  MONKEYS GO
TO   INSANE   ASYLUM
Washington, March lo.���Eleven
monkeys have been sent to the government hospital for the insane,
though the llttie "forest men" are
sound mentally and physically. Fresh
from George Washington university,
where their association was with professors and students of psychology,
by whom their faculties for perception and sensation were pronounced
to be more keen than those 01 tne
average man, the simians are now to
be subjected to close scientific scrutiny in order that the savants may
learn what effect may follow confinement among insane persons.
Dr. S. J. Franz, psychologist of the
hospital staff, will have the monkeys
under observation. When he has finished with them they will he killed
and their brains preserved lu alcohol
for further study.
taken  advantage  o.' for
tb
. ohibi-
MEW SI VIES FINll FAVOR
WITH WES MINSTER LADIES
W.    S.    Collister    &    Co.'s    Millinery
Opening Reveals  Many Chic Bonnets���Merry Widow Ic no More.
tion of the sale of
those districts.
the Scriptures in
TO   DESTROY   SILLY  AN_
OFFENSIVE   POSTOAKu-
New York, March 10.���A systematic
crusade against the si ly postcard is
being waged by the authorities in
several of the cities of the United
States, according to a statement today by Postmaster Morgan. Replying
to a committee from the Ancient Ord-
headquarters of Lloyds the name was j er of Hiberlans, which lodged a pro-
not disclosed ��wflig to the lack < f test against the sending of offensive
conclusive evidence. The chairman gt. Patrick Day postcards, Mr. Mor-
of Llovds said today: "For nearly two   gan said:
years this man, or his firm, has of-. |    "People   may   as   well   understand
fered a strong due of insurance in | that it Is oniy a waste of time and
New Orleans, embracing not less than
four Important kinds of policies. He
has done business in British Columbia and ln other parts of Canada, anu
in practically all the countries oi
Europe. Some of the policies issued,
while not bearing the name of Lloyds,
are strikingly similar to our PoMcieB.
the style and wording giving a distinct impression that we are responsible. In one policy we have discovert, instead of "Lloyds, London,
our exact title, the offender uses
"London, Lloyds" simply turning the
name end for end. to this policy the
type and language are precisely tho
same as ours.
"Evidently thc cu.prit is getting premiums right and left In all parts of
the world.    As far as we can Und,
money to try to Indulge in the sending of silly postcards thiough the
United States mails. Any card, or:
other matter, that is vulgar or an insult to any person or race will be destroyed whenever it reaches this office. This office has destroyed thousands of them already this season.
Hundreds of thousands were destroyed by postmasters last year."
FARMERS' UNION WOULD
RESTRICT IMMIGRATION
Washington. March 10.���Farmers
are opposed to unrestricted Immigration into this country. None of the
immigrants reach tha farms where
thev might be utilized and the farmer
out a'��man -_tt TwoW -��5B (consequently sees no reason tor their
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tbe  entire  outllt.    Tney ." d       Statements to this effect were made
boarding; house 01 no  sh nding ,             committee    representing    the
their off ce is a oheap ^J^ ot ;Fimers'     Educational     Co-operative
tbeless they have paid a numb r ^^               fl       ^^ be.
ritth?^nTlnWaec_mp  fore IJe House committee on 1mm.
Largo crowds of ladies yesterday
took advantage of the lirst day of the
millinery opening at W. S. Collis-*
ter's store to look over a lively display of hats. The rooms were tastefully decorated with ribbons and all
kinds of artificial Towers. Baskets
of flowers and ferns hung from the
ceiling.
There is no very maiked change
from the millinery stlyes of last year,
but the peach basket lias almost dis-
appeared and the Merry Widow is not
in evidence. One of th..> new styles
which seems to find favor w,TT nT?
ladles is the Motor bonnet. These
are.very light hats, usually made up
iu pink or light blue, with net crowns
and long ribbons.
There are some beautiful black picture hats In the display; indeed, Miss
Bennett, the head milliner, has excelled herseif in the production oi
this style of millinery.
There are many line examples of
the new Turban shape, and these are
shown In a greater variety of colors
than almost any other style.
Ashes of Roses and other near-red
shades seem to be the prevailing colors, although light biues and darn
greens are shown.
The windows of the store contain
some beautiful hats and till day long
attracted throngs of admirers, ihe
"opening" will last all this week and
will come to a CtOSe on Saturday
night.
COURT   MUST DECIDE
OWNERSHIP OF  EGG
with a large haul
ARGENtTnTcATTLE ARE FREE
OF FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE
London, March 19.���Replying to an
Irish question in the commons today,
Augustine Blrreli explained the character of tho Argentine cattle repre-
senations. He said the Agentlne government claimed that, owing to tne
absence of foot and mouth disease lor
a year, animals should again be admitted into Great Britain for slaughter at the port of landing. Their pre-
sensations are under consideration.
NEW LAW ANTICIPATED.
Nekton License CommUtioners will
Put It In Force April 1.
Nelson, March* 10.���ine license
commissioners have decided to anticipate the provisions of the new .iquor
license law which comes into force
Aug. 1. All retail liquor vendors
were notified this morning that after
April 1 there must be an open and
uninterrupted view of the barroom
from the street from 11 P-m. Saturday until 1 a.m. Monday.
grallon.
FAMOUS JAIL NOW
HOME FOR INEBRIATES
London, March 10.���Kllmainham
Jail, which piayed a prominent part
!ln the stormy days of Irish politics,
jhas been opened as a Government
Certified Home for Female Inebriates.
It was the incarceration of Mr. Par-
nell there in 1881 that led up to the
1 negotiations known as the Kilmain-
ham treaty, though Mr. Gladstone, by
! the way, always denied that there'
was one.
When Irish politics became less
strenuous Kllmainham was nearly always empty, and lately lt ceased to
be a criminal prison. The Sisters of
St. John .who now manage it, have
renamed it St. Brlgld's House, and
have spent $50,000 In transforming
the ceils into comfortable rooms, and
In generally making lt iess forbidding
in appearance.
Regina Bank Clearings.
Regina,  Sask.,  March  10. ~ Bank
clearings for the week ending today
New York, March 10���What members of th* bench and bar have been
expecting as the natural consequence
of the Increased cost of living, has
come to pass ln Brooklyn. A complicated legal case involving the ownership ot one egg is up for adjustment
ln the Flatbush court
On Sunday last, the papers (a the
case cite, the children of Mrs. Mary
Pennington and Mrs. Anna Oaney,
playing together in a vacant lot found
a newly laid egg. Right of possession of the valuable find is claimed
by both women.
"1 fuliy realize what the ownership
of an egg means In thesetlmes," said
the magistrate when th��aatter was
submitted to him, "and therefore\ *
will not be hasty in deciding this
question. I postpone the case for one
week while I am considering It'
NOISY   DOG  INDIRECTLY
SAVESrfASSENGER TRAIN
total $1,162,069.
Cameron, W. Va., March 10.���Annoyed hy the barking of a farmer'*
dog, William Miller pursued the animal for a mile along the tracks of
the Baltimore _ Ohio railroad, and in
a deep cut found a pile of ties on the
tr_ck|, apparently placed there to
wreck a train.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, MARCH 11( .
Few of the
1 Lot facing 6th Avenue, near 1st Street for $525.
5th      " " " $725.
4 cleared lots 6th and 2nd Streets for $650 each.
1 Lot near Orphanage for $450.
1 Lot on 7th Avenue, just off 14th Street for $625.
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6 Lots (en bloc) on Montreal Street, facing south,
with lane in rear, for $2500. These are close
to new B.C. Electric short line.
1 Acre block on 7th Avenue, just off 16th Street,
ready for subdividing, for $2200.
3 Acres facing on 7th Avenue, near 20th Street,
within half a block of new B.C. Electric Cutoff, for $9000 on good terms. This can easily
be subdivided.
We can deliver any of the above immediately.
J. J. JOHNSTON
Columbia Street
Telephone 169
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
WANTED���WOMAN TO TAKE FAM-
fly washing home. Apply Mrs. J.
J. Kelley, Hotel Russell.	
ViKTED~AT ONCE ���TWO UUUU
carpenters. Apply 410 St. ueorge
street.	
WANTED^KITCHEN MAID. APPLY
Mrs. Dr. Jones,  Royal avenue. _
WANTED���COMPETENT GIRL FOR
downstairs work, must have knowledge of plain cooking. Apply Mrs.
Dr. Jones, 48 Royal avenue.
New Advertisements
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office in Northern Crown Bank.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
I    Ing 475 feet of waterfrontage.
us for price and terms.
See
One acre on Clarke road near Burnaby; price $575; $50 cash; balance
$10 per month.
$4.00 per front foot will buy 1000 feet
of waterfrontage on North Arm of
Burrard Inlet. This block contains
45 acres.   Must be sold at once.
WANTED���AT ONCE, WAITRESS,
at Kenny's cafe.
WAMTED^TO   GO   TO   ENGLAND
as companion to lady; children no
objection. Any time before May.
Address T. G., Daily News.
WANTED���A SINGLE MAN FOR
teaming and general ranch work.
Apply A. T. Ceper.ey, corner Pole
line and Hastings road. Burnaby
Jake.
WILL PAY A PA IK PlilCE POIt
shingle holts. See us at mill office
or at Room 9, Bank of Commerce
building. Address Box 1003, Westminster Mill Co., Ltd.
WANTED���BY REFINED LADY, A
nice furnished sunny room in private house, good neighborhood, <it
moderate terms. Address P. A.,
22. Daily News.
75 Acres in Langley on Great Northern;  $f!0 per acre.
$125 secures a large lot, 72 x 120, one
block   from   city   car   line   aind   on
Hastings road;   balance  6,  12  and
18 months.    Price $400.
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$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
lime survey to mills; one-half cash.
$350 an acre will buy three acres of
good garden land suitable for chicken ranch; on corner of two main
roads;   Lulu Island.
A fine five-acre ranch fully equipped
at a sacrifice; near Sapperton and
New Westminster. Too many good
things about this to print. Call for
full  particulars.
$350 an acre buys 5 acres on Clarke
road near Burnaby.
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 and barn and part under
cultivation.
50 chains water frontage containing
only 11 1-2 acres; all cleared. This
property is in the city limits; LuiU
Island.   Good price and terms.
$350 per acre buys 5 acres with good
water frontage on North Arm; near
New Westminster; good terms.
$80 will secure a lot 41x217 near city
car line in Burnaiiy. Price only
$21)0.
$225 each buys four large lots two
blocks from city car line in Burnaiiy; near Tenth avenue, city. One-
(|uarter cash; balance to arrange.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE   11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, availaule with
correspondents ln all parts of tbe
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Tnta'.  Assets over $108,000,000.00.
��EU' WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
�� O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
WANTED���SITUATION, BY GOOD
Japanese cook, Bpeaks English well.
Wages $25 and up. Xukinu, Japanese Mission of Sapperton, B. C.
Phone 261.
WANTED ��� A GENTLEMAN AS
companion to share with another,
furnished apartments in tlie West
end.    Apply 200 News office.
WANTED.  TO   RENT.
WANTED TO RENT���FIVE Oit S1X-
roomed house or cottage, centrally
located. Possession February. Apply P. O. Box 971, City.	
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
I�� RENT ��� LARGE FRONT BED-
room suitable for gentleman. Apply COD Victoria street, near Dally
News otlice.
$700 buys 1 1-16 acres on tram line
In South Westminster; only $300
cash.
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Five acres near tram line and Sapperton; 3 acres under cultivation; 100
fruit trees; price $220u; one-third
cash.
i$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.
$75 cash, $15 per month, buys a large
.ot  on Second avenue and Second
;    street,  Huifiiaby.    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; $73 cash; balance easy. One lias a fine 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.
THE  MEALS AT THE
Lytton Hotel
are prepared by expert white
cooks ln the cleanest and most
sanitary   kitchen   in   the   city.
21-MEAL   TICKET   $4.50
"YOU NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to our office every time yoa
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 yntir cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone is in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and It
Coal procured here Is crackajack coal, however secured.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
" Ths filaple \__f ForeVtr"
'..a ;t taLen the Maple Leaf for our trade mark, because it is Canadian
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PERFECTION
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(Maple Leaf
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IS MADS IS CANADA, AND IS TIIE PUREST AND BEST.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
ROOMS   TO     LET���UNFUKMSHEU
on Eleventh street, close    in, two-
room cabins or single, separate entrance;  electric light, etc., from $1
[>er week.    Apply  White,  Shiles &
FCo., 7-it; Columbia street.
FOR  RENT.
TO RUNT���ROOM SUITABLE ~FOR
pent leman.       Apply   2iK,  Carnarvon
Btreet.
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ItOOAl
for die or two ,adh's, close to car.
615 Hamilton street, eity.
TO LET ��� FURNISHED ROOMS.
West end. Apply D. X., Daily News
ofllce.
FOR RENT���SUITE OK ROOMS
suitable for light housekeeping. Apply Alex. Speck, at his store, Front
street.
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 laind; partly covered with
heavy cedar. Langley. One-fourth
cash; balance over three years.
$325 each buys two large lots on Second avenue, one-half block from city
car line. One-third cash. Owner
needs money.
Burnaby, two large lots, close to city
and near tram line. Only $^5() each.
$75 cash; balance $10 per month.
Six lots in Sapperton; $200 each;one-
fourth cash.
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 land in Surrey. This includes
two houses Bind 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.
$850 buys 3 large lots in Burnaby; all
facing city car line; also a corner;
one-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.
Home  on   Royal   avenue;   fully  modern (I looms; $1500 cash and terms.
House   and   barn   on   Fourth   street;
$1000 cash; balance easy.
Barn to rent on Royal avenue; $8.00
per month.
LOST.
LOST���OOLD WATCH, AMERICAN
Waltham, between McKenzIe's
drug store and postofflce coiner.
Suitable reward on returning same
to Dally News office.
Will   exchange   a   complete  equipped   We  have a  buyer for a small  piece
five-acre ranch near Sapperton for      of acreage ln Burnaby.
house and lot in New Westminster
of equal value.
Factory site, main channel of Fraser
river, near New Westminster, hav-
WILSON,  COOK  & CO.
Office in Northern Crown Bank.
Phone  646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
FOUND.
FOUND ��� OVERCOAT. HETWEEN
Qneen'8 avenue and Fourth sheet
Owner can have same by calling at
the po.Ice station.
FOR   SALE.
FOK SALE���LOT ON ROYAL AV-
enue; East end; $sno for a few days
only.    Apply   J.   K.,   Daily   News
FOR SALE ��� OWNER~HAS TO
leave the city; 10-room modern
bouse with big lot; for sale at a
_nap.   Apply P. o. Boa 248,
Music and Drama j
"A GRASS WIDOW."
Probably the funniest comedy ever
written lu the English language is "A
Grass Widow," which May Roberts
appears here In this evening. ~-
though its humor Is not of the boisterous or knockabout description, the
audience Is kept la one continual ripple of merriment from rise to fail of
the curtain.
The general outline of thc play ls
this: A young English Baronet, falls
heir to his uncle's fortune, unfortunately there Is a codicil to the wm
which disinherits him if ho marTTea
the lady to whom he ls at present en
gaged. There ls oniy one way out of
the dilemna and that is that he marries some other woman and then obtain a dl voice.    This scheme is put
I into action and he marries a girl who
appears at the time to be a plalm i^
'not ugly country girl.
A year after he goes to tho home
I that he has provided for his wife In
order to settle the details of the forth-
1 coming divorce and Instead of firiu*-
Ing the ugly duckling that he had
married a year ago he find Instead a
fascinating and beautiful woman with
whom he promptly fal.s In love.
i    Miss Roberts l�� the role ol  Kitty
,the homely country girl, hns a Part
which fits ber like a glove and keeps
her audience In a scream the whole
time she ls on tbo stage.
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Decidedly The Best Buy In
BURNABY
7 Acres fronting on Vancouver to Westminster Tram line, between Wise Road and
the Junction, good 6-roomed h< use and barn,
small orchard. A splendid subdivision proposition.   Price $10,500 on easy terms.
We have the exclusive sale.
NATIONS FINANCE CO.
LIMITED
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 515
Curtis Block
657 Columbia St.
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DAY, MARCH 11, 1910.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,  MARCH
11i 1910,
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The Daily News
Published by Tne Dally News Publlsn-
In? Company, Liiiiit. d, at their offices
Cornpr   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
E.  A.   Paige Managing  Director
her attendant maids about her and
the sturdy figure of good .Master Cambridge in the rear. Tlie North Vancouver folks will be a little puizletl
to fix the Identity of the various members of me group, but altogether per-
naps lt will not matter very much to
them.
FRIDAY, MARCH   11, 1910.
ARE PREPARING FOI!
TAKING OF BRITISH CENSUS
GOING AHEAD.
The aspect of New Westminsters
waterfront Is undergoing quite a
change. Hut still greater cnauges
wih be wrought thei eon in the near
Tuture. The construction of the Fader
dock and the new factory building ot
the Vulcan Iron works have enti/ely
altered the appearance ��i the river
side east of the bridge. Further along,
the buildings of the National faper
mills company's undertaking wih very
soon be in evidence, whilst there are
two or three industrial projects in
the negotiator}- stage for location between the Brunette nnd the eraser
river saw mills. The elevator proposal has not, we believe, yet reacnea
that stage when a definite announcement can be made respecting the exact location, but there ls no doubt that
those who are handling this affair will
stay with it and pusii the proposal to
completion as speedily as possinie.
The erection of one or more elevators
will greatly enhance the industrial
aspect of our water front.
On all hands the appioadiing importance of New Westminster as a(
port is being recognised, corporations and individuals with strong financial and commercial interests are
here almost dally looking over mt\
situation, and Important and far reaching results are likely to ensue at any
time.
Every department of commerce and
Industry in this city is at the present
time in full swing. All the mills are
running, full time, and some over, *a
order to cope with the plentitude of
orders that have come to hand. An
unusually heavy demand tor lumber
is anticipated this season and we understand that prices are likely to be
advanced in a few days. As with the
mills, so lt is with all otber factories
and Industries. Orders and work are
plentiful and there is not an idle art
lzan in the place. This hum of activity is very gratifying, for it means
that New Westminster Will �� njoy
that comforl and happiness which attends prosperity.
Forty Thousand Enumerators Willj Be
Engaged for One Week in April
Next   Year.
London, March in.���At tlie end of
.March or the begiicing of April next
year the decennial numbering of the
45,000,000 people of the failed Kingdom will take place, and already Somerset House Is beginning to stir with
preparations for the stupendous task".
Mr. Bernard Maliett, the newly appointed Registrar-General, has sii.it
a circular letter to all local authorities in which h,. asks them to procei d
with the naming of all unnamed
streets and the numbering of all unnumbered houses in their districts In
en" r that the task of the enumerators may be facilitated. He aiSO advises them that he will ask the local
authorities to allow members of their
staii  to act as enumerators.
The intention of this circular is apparently to ward off the avalanche of
applications for employment which
has hitherto fal.cn on the Registrar
General and registrars throughout the
country in advance of the taking of
the census. As a matter of fact, although the sum of work is considerable the task ls so subdivided that
few individuals will derive any benefit from it. The principal burden will
fall on the registrars of births and
deaths and a carefully selected staff
of Civil Service clerks at headquarters. The enumerators, whose work
will last for one week only in 1911,
will number 40,000.
but     ladies-in-waiting     (all   of   high
birth)   are  allowed   to  deck the  em-
; press with her jewels and to remove
them afterwards.
I MAN   WITH   MARBLE   FACE
IN   HOSPITAL AT LONDON
London, March 10.���A man whose
skin looks like marble is puzzling the
doctors at the Birmingham Skin hospital.
His name is Morgan Field. He was
| a needlepointer by trade and four
years ago he contracted pneumonia
and was laid up for six months.
Soon afterwards his skin developed
the appearance of white marble, and
looked like the skin of a corpse, it
was cold to the touch and the natural
lines were obliterated so that he be-
1 came devoid of expression.
The skin has become so tight round
the joints that Field cinnot bind
tbem, and it is only with difficulty
that he can open his mouth partially.
His condition is thought to be due
to some obstruction In the arteries,
veins or lymph vessels caused by a
disturbance In a nervous center.
When the Electric Radium Institute
im connection with the hospital is finished it is hoped that the treatment
will relieve Field. The treatment he
is undergoing at present alms at improving bis nutrition and increasing
liis circulation.
ET   THE   HABIT"
���oaf
Zinc, Brass and  Glass
To-day, Special at 25c, 30c and
35c Each
The Fair
G46 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the Bama
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Oorncr Eighth St. *iiC    Fifth Avenuv
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Splendid Lot on
Regina St. Cheap
Must sell at once.
Double corner,
with modern six
room house, not
far from Queen's
Park, 75 ft. from.
Real Estate and Insurance
Office: Merchants Bank of Canada Building
New Westminster, B.C.
Phone G86 P.O.Box7 7(,
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iss-oaiary    Convention
At the FREE METHODIST CHAPEL on Eighth St., March 11-12-13
Friday, 8 p. m.���Address on
Africa, by Miss Lucy A. Hart-
man, missionary from Africa.
Saturday, 3 p. tn.���Address,
"The Children of Africa," bjf
Miss Lucy Hartman, missionary
from Africa.
Saturday, 8 p. m.���Address,
Women's Work in tlie Missionary Cause," by Mrs. Adelaide L.
Beers, Preceptress of the Seattle Seminary.
Sunday, 11 a. m. ��� Address,
"Our Missionary School." by
Kev. Alexander Beers. President of the Seattle Seminary.
Sunday, 3 p. m.���Junior Kal.y,
conducted by Mrs. H. D. Hill.
Sunday, 8 p. m. ��� "] Am a
Debtor," by Rev. Alexander
Beers, Principal of Seattle Seminary.
Interesting curios from all
lands will be on exhibition and
songs in foreign tongues will be
sung at every service.
THE
MM ROBERT!) COMPANY
PRODUCtB A iiiiOi) SHOW
the: pink city.
Columbia street is slowly but surely assuming its new and lmprovad
character. A section of the new sidewalk was laid yesterday and the laying of the entire length will be proceeded with with ail speed now that.
the necessary1 excavatory prepratlons
have been completed, and the line
weather is with us. The construction
Of the new double car track along the
centre of the street is also under
way and the paving of the roadway
will soon be commenced. Towards
the completion of this work everyone
is looking eagerly.
The dull pink tone of the new sidewalk is causing a good deal of comment and attention, tt is something
entirely uovel for this part of tne
woi Id, though the idea of similarly
toned pavements has been in favor
In the old country for some years.
Its effect is very pleasing, for il entirely obviates the glare and heat
which the ordinary white stone or
concrete pavement creates in hot
weather, whilst it is at all limes restful to the eyes. The pink tone of
sidewalks will present a gentle
Contrast to the more sober grey ot
the roadway, a��ud will give quite a
cheerful aspect to the entire street.
The wits have already seized "lion
the Innovation as an excuse for dubbing New Westminster the "Pink"
city.
Manager Tidy's experiment ln run-
ulng a stock company for three consecutive evenings seems likely to
prove successful. The opera house
was well filled last night to witness
the production of "The Adventuress."
This is a play in, tl.re.> act3, aito in
which a little love and a great deal
Of hate prevails. Miss May Roberts
In the leading role plays the Part ol
the wicked adventuress to perfection.
As Stephanie de Mortvale she poji>
trays in her own inimitable style, the
hundred and one moods of that wick-
ui\ 'i< 'tL>n a-;''1. /locor lilitlard, as
mi Horace VWiby. save a masterful
exposition of his part. Mr, Glllard has
a specially clear enunciation, and his
methods of baulking the unscrupulous
Stephanie semeed to have the hearty
approbation of the audience.
Miss Lillian St. John has a tearful
part lo play in Alice Varney, and she
played it we... Tlie gallant Prince
Malcottl and the vindictive Corsi
can Barnato were successtuiiy portrayed by Leonard Carey and Ira Robertson respectively. The costumes, it
may be mentioned, were a feature of
the play. Tonight "The Grass Widow"
will  be played.
Kou']Uiave a fit
in ���__toiit* store
EMPRESS'  DIAMONDS
ROUSE  SOCIALISTS
The Vancouver World litis been playing a curious trick upon its readers.
In its Wednesday fs'slie was prlnteu
a cut, labelled "North Vancouver's
May Queen." But the illustration was
that of New Westminster's festiva.
last year,  with little Miss Hale aua
Munich, March 10.���Socialists in
South Germany have seized on particulars of the jewels worn by the German Empress at the court festivities
which have just come to am end, to
criticise what they are pleased to
term the appalling extravagance revealed by the "mother of the nation"
in this respect.
At the most important court balls
and banquets the empress wore jewels
to the value of $1,250,000. These included a large diamond tiara, a necklace of pearls and diamonds, several
diamond bracelets, diamond rings on
all fingers, a diamond chain wound
round the waist, and the train of the
dress was decked with wonderful precious stones, A few superfluous
Btones were affixed  to the impenaf
fan.
Dining the court functions two
pages are entrusted with the duty of
watching the empress Incessantly, to
make sure that none of her precious
stones fall off.
Most; of the jewe.ry is not the empress' private property, but the properly of the Prussian crown, and descends from empress to empress. The
ompess' own Jewelry is worth less
than that of many middle-class ladies.
At tlie conclusion of each court festivity the crown jewels are replaced
in a fireproof safe, where they are
carefully guarded day and night. None
MR. DRESSER: _SEE_W ���
NO MAIIER MOW UUUU THE CLOTH IS UNLESS IT IS CUT
RIGHT IT WONT FIT YOU WELL WHEN MADE INTO A SUIT.
AND REMEMBER THE SUIT THAT WILL FIT THE Ol HtK
FELLOW WONT FIT YOU. YOU MUST COME TO A SIORfc
"THAT HAS SUITS ENOUGH IN IT IF YOU WANT TO GET ONE
THAT WILL FIT YOU  RIGHT.    WE CARRY A BJG STOCK.
REMEMBER THAT OUR CLOTHING IS NOT SAWED OUT
AND SLUNG TOGETHER BY CARPENTERS BUT ARE HAND-
SCISSORED  AND   HAND MADE BY THE BE8T TAILORS.
OUR PRICE WILL ALSO PLEASE YOU BECAUSE IT TAKES
ONLY $15.00 TO $25.00 TO GET A GOOD SUIT OF CLOTHES AT
OUR STORE. .gjvj*���?j:"~~r. T ���
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Ihe STORE of SATISFACTION
601   COLUMBIA   STREET
Phone   442.
DAYS
Days we make specially interesting to one and  all.    5Tou
visiting   the   Millinery   Openings no doubt  so do not  neglei
vitatlon  to  call  and  Inspect   the latest in Dress Goods, Wi j
and ihe exclusive Btyles In Ladies' Ready-to-Wear. Comi I look
around, our sail Bpeople will be pieased to show you anythii in tlie
store, ami give you every attention, even  if you are not :
to purchase.
Spring Dress Fabrics
In ah the newness of spring Colorings, weaves and designs.   Snipes
in  (.idless  variety,   plain   cloths,   Duchess  cloths,  Panamas.
Rcsildas,  Poplins,  etc.,  in  a  wide range of light and dark shadings.
Hanging from, per yard    50c  to $2.50
Pleasing Array of Wash
Goods
Every season brings forth new ideas in wash fabrics.   Bee the ' '
novelties  in  plain  and  stripped Reppe, Nanshung and Fashion *-*"
ing.      Ginghams,   Prints,   Zephyrs, Percales, etc.    Kvery fashionable
color on the season represented in this extensive collection.    ,'1""1'
per yard      10c t0 35c
Our Stock ot Ready-to-
wear
This ls the section where we excel. We have every confidence
in expressing the fact that our stock Is without am equal, and a vlB"
here will convince you of this. Inspect the new one-piece dresses,
thc smart creations In suits, and the exclusive styles lm separate
Coats and Skirts, distinctive to a degree, and what is more, Moderately Priced.
Phone
686
BRENING & COMPANY
P.O. Box
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DAY, MARCH 11, 1910-
THE DAILY NEWS.
Page -iv_.
GORDON'S
iry Goods House
Our Sprin;
illinery Openin;
To-day
I    ntanlav   of   French and   American   Pattern   Hats.     Suit
���tistic   Display   "i
tg ta si tart Effects.
SPORTING NEWS
NIPPON BASLBALL MEN
|     PLAN A JAPANESE TOUR
Oriental   Team   Hailing   From   Seattle
Anxious to  Show   How American
Game   Is  Played.
ART ANDERBURG WINS
POOL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
Millinery  Salon  ���  2nd   Floor
HE   FASHION  CENTRE
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
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Brownsville Snap!
gj, ACRES_On Yale Road and B- C' E' R'; fine Pr��P��sltion for
bdlvison.   Come in and see us about this at once.    Price and
rms 0. K. "H
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I Seattle, March 10.���Can you beat
this? The Nippon baseball team, of
Seattle, composed entirely of Japanese players, is planing a tour of Japan
jto show their brothers of Dai Nippon
| tlie latest novelties of the diamond.
This will give Mlque Fisher a shock.
| Michael Angela has had a toe-hoid on
j foreign baseball tours ever since he
chaperoned  an all-star    bunch  from
; California to the Orient and down as
far as the Philippines. With the exception of a couple of college teams,
JMique's was the only aggregation of
bail players on a tour of the Far Bast.
Associated Press dispatches carried
the news the other day that Japanese
in their own country are anxious to
come to America on a tour of friendly invasion, and from the reports received from Tokyo, Kobe, Nagasaki
and other cities, ii is evident that
the greal American game has also
become the great Japanese game. All
through the swarming towns and hamlets of Dal Nippon the little brown
youngsters are learning how to pitch
the spit-ball and slide the way Ty
Cobb does, and there is talk of forming a league this summer. The Japanese teams have already approached
the National commission with _u idea
of getting under its regulations.
Now tlie Seattle team of Japanese
is figuring on a trip home, to show
the folks how they play ball in the
United States. This Seattle team is
a good one, too. The players are fast,
good fielders and base runners and
are fast overcoming their weakness at
Last summer  they put up
In a poo. game for the championship !
of this city played at Fletcher's pool
room yesterday evening, Art Ander-
burg defeated \V. lt. Bowers by 57
points in a 260-point game. The- loser
challenged Anderburg to another
match, which will be played on Tuesday.
These were tlie high breaks:
Anderburg���11,   13,   13,   15,  1
22, 13.
Bowers���12, 20, 12, 11, 13, 13.
Fred Davis refereed.
14,
Falls From Monoplane.
Pan, France, March 10.���M. Loraine
fell with a Bleriot monoplane in which
he was flying at a height of thirty feet
today and was seriously injured. The
machine was demolished.
Game at Moody Square.
The Rovers will play tomorrow's
game with the Celtics at Moody
square. The ground is not in as good
shape as it might be, but it is better
than it lias been ah winter and will
be fast enough to permit good football.    The game starts at 2:30 sharp.
Only Two Left
Yesterday we had placed
in our hands for quick sale
Six Lots, 50 x 82 1-2 each,
situated between Third and
4
Fourth Avenues and facing
Pine and Fourth Streets.
Before evening we disposed
of four. This property is all
cleared and ready to build
upon
One lot, facing Pine Street
$850, third cash, balance 1,
2 and 3 years.
One lot facing Fourth St.
$950, one third cash, bai. 1,
2 and 3 years.
Lord Kelvin vs. Model School.
A footbal, team representing Lord
Kelvin school will journey to Vancou-
ver tomorrow, where tlie .Model school
boys will be attacked on their home
grounds. These two teams met a, |
couple of weeks ago. when the local
lads were victorious.
Music and Drama
��l ������a
<> the bat
���'some  rattling  exhibitions.
THE JUDGE AND THE GIRL."
White, Shiles & Co
628 and 746 Columbia .treet, New Westminster, B.C.
Main Office Phone RSS Branch Office Phone L8S
Painting Season
Here I
Carter & Carver
Real Estate Brokers
Loom 6, Guichon Block                                         Phone 681
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On Saturday next the last night of I
Miss Roberts stay here, she and ner
company put on 'T'he Judge and the
Girl."
There are many amusing situations j
in the play that give excellent opportunity to all the company.
. ,     ,, Miss  Roberts  In  the  character  oi i
box several times for the Nippon team  Mrs. Rumpas is without uoubt a truly '      _______    __ . _____    __
here last vear. He is now at Living- magnificent piece of character acting K|DK,C H ARTlWARP
ton, Cal., but will be brought back, and probably the funniest role tnat | I__I\I_ O lJt\l\U TT -IIVE.
to help the team out. Otani is really | she plays.
a    clever    twirler,  and as  Manager-
| To show how strong the team is
getting, and how good a grip it has ou
the American idea, a pitcher will be
brought from California to camp on
the mound for the coming season. Ills
name is Otani, and he appeared in the
So we are looking for
you. We have the Paint
you shouid use:
Known as
S. W. P.
Finest in the World.
Columbia Street
Capt. Saito Is strengthening his lineup materially, the Nippon bunch ought
to win a lot of games this year.
ELDRED   M"CLAIR  TO
GO WITH  EDMOriTON
As the hen-pecked husband, L. Vic-
I tor Gldard convulses his audience by
his neat restraint and dry humor.
PARIS  COUNCIL  PLANS
"A STUBBORN CINDERELLA."
Seattle. March 10.���Bldre.l McClair,
the clever Seattle boy who has been
pitching in semi-professional and pro- jVancement upon any of the other musi
"A Stubborn Cinderella," which is
announced for Thursday at the opera
house is in every way a decided ad-
.    The decree  was agreed to by the
DRESSMAKERS'  REFORMS   cabinet.
  I    This measure has been Introduced
because of the abuse of the overtime
i laws resorted to by certain firms, who
i did not hesitate during the height of
I the Paris season to work quite young
HARRY TIDY. Manager.
Engagement of
MAY ROBERTS
And Her Company
fessional company for several years,
wil. be wilh the KdmonUn team, in
the Twilight league, this season. Me-
cal comedies now on the road. The
story is charming. Infectious and original.    The cast provided by Mort. H.
Paris, March 10.���A decision of the
utmost importance to the Paris dressmaking trade was arrived at today at
the Ministerial  Council.
M.  Viviani,  minister of commerce,
presented to his colleagues a decree j girls until midnight, or even till the
by which no woman can be employed
on overtime In  any dressmaking or
TO-NIGHT
A  Grass  Widow
Saturday-
Girl."
-"The    Judge    and    tbe
Car   has   hut   several   good     offers   gi fl , �� ,   y|;,;
wiui teams in the sates. Memphis | | e_cepllanoit and srdlu srdluuu
n the Southern league, first wanted on ,g exceptlonally Btrtmg> Tho sUlge
him, and then he got a goo.l chance Sl,uiilgs are magnificent, and tue
to join the pitching staff of St Joe, glrl^_weli the Smger glrls ul-e _.
In the Western league.   -. ways arrayed in a series of costumes
McClair was anxious to take up the ^ _qM _akc thl b t raln.
St. Joe offer, but he had already sign- ^ ag] ,,mpd ^ ^ maUei. rf co]ors
ed with Edmonton.   He wrote Mana-
ger   White,   of  tlie   Edmonton   team, 	
asking for bis release ,but yesterday
received word from the Canadian
magnate saying lie considered McClair too valuable a man for the Edmonton corps of twir.ers to let go.
similar    establishment      after    nine
o'clock at night.
It is understood that during the
height of the season the large dressmaking firms will be allowed to start
work an hour or so earlier ln the
morning, but there will be no relaxation of the order by which the work
rooms must be closed at nine o'clock
at night.
early hours of the morning.
M. Vivlani's drastic measure may
cause some inconvenience, but in the
long run it will benefit the dressmakers' employees, as lt will mean that
many extra "hands" will be necessary.
STUDYING   ECONOMICS.
is
OPERA HOUSE BOOKINGS.
March  11.���The Grass Widow.
March 12.���The Judge and the Gin.
March 15.���R. T. of T. Variety En-
tertainment.
March 16.���-Irish Concert.
Popular   P:
rices
: 25c,   50c   and   75c.    Tickets
Ryall's, Monday, March 7.
on sale
le  at
AND     UPRIVER
LANDINGS
THE   NEW   STERNWHEELER ]
For CHILLIWACK
S.S. PAYSTREAK
Will  Leave Brackman-Ker Milling Company's Wharf, New Westmins-
ter, With  Passengers and  Freight, on
TUESDAY, MARCH 15th, 1910, at 8 a.m.
Regular sailings after above date as follows:
Leave  New Westminster  Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leave Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday a��nd Sunday at 7 a. in.
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ACCOMODATIONS
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
NEW WESTMINSTER
R.  P.  Porter,    of  London Times
Touring  the  World.
Winnipeg. March 10.���Robert V.
Porter, of the staff ot the London
Times, is in the city today. Mr. Porter has just completed a trip through
the Argentine and Chili. He r|>ciat
some time in eastern Canada and is
now on the way to Japan and China.
He will travel on the Siberian railway across Asia, and will visit St.
Petersburg and Berlin on tlie way
home. He Is making inquiry witn
reference to economic conditions in
all parts of the world, and by the
time he reaches England again he will
have traversed North America, South
America, and Asia, and will have seen
some of the most interesting portions
of the globe.
This morning he spoaa or the Argentine Republic and compared it with
Canada.    The great  difference In the
two  countries  in  the  matter  ot  immigration   consists  in   the   tact  that
the immigrants who come to Canada
i remain  and  make permanent  homes
| in it, while of- the immigrants who
I enter the Argentine a large proportion do not remain there.    They get
good  wages  for  a limited  time,  but I
'one-half  of  them  return.    The  dim- '
cuity in the Argentine is that the Immigrant is not able to get land.   The
large holders are not willing to sen.
A peculiarity of the republic consists
in  the fact that although  the total
population Is oniy six and a half million,   the,He  are  1,200,000  people  ��u
Buenos Ayrcs.
Now is the time
to Kodak. Full
supplies
Cameras and Photo
Supplies
Cheapest place
in the city for
Spectacles 50 rents up
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAK8
AND SUPPLIES.
| LAND   ACT.
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Form of Notice, District of New Westminster.
Take  notice   that  John   Ferdinand
; Baggs,  of  Nelson   Island,   occupation
farmer, intends to apply  for permission   to  purchase   the   following   described lands:
Commencing at a post  planted  at
the southeast corner of Timber Lot
37341,  about   one   mile   northeast  of
i head  of Bi.lings   Bay,   thence  north
40 chains to or near small lake, thence
east   40    chains,   thence    south   40
I chains, thence west 40 chains to point
; of    commencement,    containing    160
; acres more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS,
Name of Applicant.
i
Dated at Nelson Island, B. C, De-
i cember 20, 1909.
CANADIAN PACIfIC
RAILWAY CO.
Atlantic Express Leaves
Daily at 3:25 P.M.
aiaking direct connections for all
points in Eastern Canada and United
States. Revelstoke local and connection for Seattle and all points south
leaves daily at 8:35; Agassiz local
at 5:35 p. m.
Canadian Pacific Ral.way Company's Easter 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. R. Agent,
or C. B. FOSTER, A.G.P.A. Vancouver
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Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
WORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
��, VERYTHING to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
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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
THE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of the
accident by which he was injured.
EMPLOYERS and business mei can ill 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. ___H
Sunkist Navel Oranges
Large size.   The very best quality.   Sweet and juiey.   Reg. price 85c doz.   Friday and Saturday, 25c. doz.
C. A. WELSH   asTnltS   People's Grocer
worry. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
YOUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are insured.
ONLY  Insurance   against  such  risks will enable you to fix and reduce your expenses to a minimum.
UNDER the protection of a Liability Policy   in   the   Railway   Passen-
���   gers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and be
relieved from all such annoyances.
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Phone 62 " The Insurance M
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THE DAILY  1\��,W3
"'������""VT,   MARCH   11
This Letter
Story���Read:
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The   people   of  Westminster   Junction think  I am standing in the way
of the proper growth of the town because  for some  time     I     have    held
WESTON, a subdivision of residence
and business lots close to the C. P. R.
station  off the  market.    I   had  fuHy
intended to hold this property as investment, as  I  have always believed
that there Is a great future  in store
for Westminster Junction real estate,
but this letter has shown rne that  I
should   sell,   so   wifl   place   Weston
on  the   market  at  a   figure  which   I
am sure Westminster Junction peopje
as well as others will consider a FAIR
PRICE.
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 as 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.
;
[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
That there is going to be a Uttli
stampede for these lots is a foregone
conclusion. The people who have been
enquiring live at Westminster June
tion���earn their living there. They
know this property, have been walk
ing by it and over It year in and year
out. They know better than anyone
else what profit can be expected on
Investments  In their own town.
I judge also that these people who
know the lots so well have in mind
certain locations which they prefer
for their homes, and I believe th.it
they should have the first opportunity
to secure them. It is, therefore, t
give Junction people and all others
Interested a fair chance for their
choice that I make this announce
ment.
These Westminster Junction Lots Go On Sale 9 a.m., Saturday, March 12
At $200 a Lot���$50 Cash; Balance, 8 Quarterly Payments
Westminster Junction holds a strategic position in this valley, and
WESTON holds a like position in the town. Positively no commercial or domestic development can occur at the Junction without
having a direct bearing on WESTON. That these lots are already
needed by the residents and industries Is shown above.
At one corner of WESTON Is the C. P. R. station, together with
stores, hotel, and the principal business places of the town. Just
beyond the corner of the subdivision which Is farthest away from
the station are other thriving business places, while back and all
around are the residences of those who make Westminster Junction
their home. The northern boundary of WESTON is the Pitt River
Road and C. P. R. tracks; on the west is the Coquitlam River.
Westminster Junction is the junction point of the Westminster
branch of the C. P. R. and main line.
An agreement is extant betw een the latter company and the B. C~
Electric for the electrifying of the line from New WastmlnsterTjhls
is the next link in the chain which will In the near future be a belt
line.   We have the line from Vancouver  to   Eburne   and   fcDurne  to
New Westmlster. The Westminster branch wHI be the next, trom
the Junction through Hort Moody Into Vancouver will complete the
belt. The site of the provincial government farm, which comprises
something like 1000 acres, Is about half a mile away from WESTON.
Hundreds of thousands of dollars are now being expended clearing
this land for cultivation and preparing It for buildings. This development must certainly enhance the value of all property tremendously. This Is one of the reasons why I should have liked to hold
the WESTON lots a little longer, but there  are others, too.
WESTON lots are level, high, dry and cleared. There is a gentle slope from all parts of the tract towards the Coquitlam, giving
excellent   drainage  and   great   beauty.
But I am sorry to say the extent of WESTON Is limited, being
about 150 lots In all. There Is already a demand for the lots, as
you see, a demand which is based upon staple old NECESSITY. If
you buy one you will make Some money and make 't In a hurry.
The price, I repeat, Is $200���950 cash, balance eight quarterly payments,  and  the  sale  opens  and not before, 'Saturday, March 12.
W. J. KERR
614 COLUMBIA STREET
PHONE 170 If r"
DAY. MARCH 11, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
fc VitTiiMS' WIDOWS
ACCEPT SETTLEMENT
Mining Company Enters Negations to Pay $1800 in More
n One  Hundred  Cases.
agauast the name of a teacher who
had been in his grave for some time
: I hero are about 110 errors of omission in rural districts similar to the
above in the pub.ic schools report fur
that year alone; yet in the votes mid
proceedings of January 27 laBt the
ion. Dr. Young In answer to a ques-
tion says, the department does mot
admit unreliability in the case of In-
Kpectors reports." Further comment
is unnecessary.
PAGE SEVEN.
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March 10.���\Vith fifty
'widows and other relatives
.Mine disaster victims set-
: :.j,'\,avtu<'"ts ranging from $i>uo
f ',; death, the St. Paul Minnas entered" into nego-
with counsel in somethng
_���: more cases to settle with the
1 widows at the rate of $1,800
case This rate of settle-
x Lgreed upon at a confer-
Jetween attorneys representing
|^ows and counsel for the niln-
^ready have settled about 50
Bald Burton   Hanson,   secre-
jl'|(. minlng company, yester-
myt, have agreed to pay from
lf, $j 200 In the cases already
jn thi   cases that came up
nee last Friday $l,8ou
agreed upon tentative-
. ys, and I believe set-
.., th tl  basis will be agreed
tere Is a disposition on
the widows to settle."
. mine disaster 204 men were
11 number 167 left wid-
123 children, wlilie 1"? of
...:, were single men.
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' March 10, 19H
J.  N.  MTJIR.
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
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orrespondence
Dally News is not responsible
opinions expressed by its cor-
��� i
:ducational humor.
Daily News,
pector Wilson states in his
It ol the school at Crofton in
I        G, "Teacher working hard
��� iment."   Dr. Robertson ��n
i LIU of the Sess. papers, 1907,
name of a male teacher cu-
taught that schooi dur-
ol  year of 1905-00.    Pos-
ie does not know the meaning
word '���During." The dictionary
the  meaning  as    "Throughout
i ontinuanoe of."
llj Colonist (a reliable Con-
re  authority)   l��a  its   issue  of
|i 1906, gives an account
1 of that male teacher.
���ling   to   these   reliable
public is informed that
was laid away to his
iber,    1906,    actually
ton school during the
i-06 and "was working
��� ment" on March 22,
and   proceedings   of
February l, last the
answer to certain
it   inspector  Willi hove  statement;
male    teacher
year at Crofton;
iisoti reported to
a lady teacher was
liis visit in March
artmenl  does not
di atn of the    in i e
ie tacts do noi prove
'           >r's  reports  are  un-
of the department
the old style of plead-
rly practised  in the courts
A  was sued  for the value
in' had borrowed from
oken. A's lawyer pleaded
��� it borrowed a pot from
B'b pot was broken when
n wed it;    thirdly 11 bad never
1 il a  put.
'. Young's above answer was tho
! notice given to the public
aught the Crofton BChob.
part of that year.    On account
Robinson's omission to place
���  In the public schools report
��� i of that school, It ls quite
'   Inspector  Wilson's report
it may be true) is absolutely
because it    stands   there
o/7_.NEEDEMS!
"���~ HI W ~n A.Nb B8SS ��� XRe Vou    1
I TAKE -NOTICE that an application
bus been made to register George
Troughten as the owner In Fee Sim-
P.e, under a Tax Sale Deed from Ed-
win M. Carncross, collector of the
Municipality of Surrey, to George
lroughten, bearing date the 7th day
of September, A. D. 1908, of all and
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises situate, lying
and being in the District of' New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as: ���
Lot 7, lliock 1, being a portion of
Section 20, Block 5, North Range, 2
West. Lots 3 and 4, part of a portion
of fractional section 21, Biock 5 North
Range 2 West.
Vou and those claiming through
under you and all persons claiming any interest in the said
land by virtue of an unregistered instrument, and all persons claiming any interest in the said
"Land Registry Act," are required to
contest the ciaim of the tax purchaser
within forty-five days from the date
of the service of this notice upon you,
| and in default of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being filed within
such period, or in default of redemption before registration, you and each
of you will be forever estopped and
debarred from setting up any claim
to or iu respect of the said land,
and I shall register George Troughten
as owner thereof in fee. And 1 hereby order that publication of this no-
| tice for thirty days in a daily newspaper published im Xew Westminster
will be good and sufficient service
thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
Xew Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 9th day of March,
A. D. 11)10.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To:���Michael  Robert   Barry.    John
Douglas, Alexander G. Macfarlane.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lot 5, Block 23, New Westminster
City.
Whereas, proof of the loss of Cer-
tifu-ate of Title Number 14,06Sa, issued in the name of William Rox-
burgh, has been ti.ed in this office.
Xotice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication
hereof in a daily newspaper published
in the City of New Westminster,issue
a duplicate of thc said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objsction
be made to me Ir  ��v.-itin_.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry  Office,   Xew  Westminster, B. C��� February 11, 1010.
__     NQT|CE
District of New Westmister.
TAKE NOTICE that thirty days
after date date I. William B. Wright.
of Clayluirn. B. V., intend to apply To
tho Assistant Commissioner ot Lancia
for a license to prospect for coal and
petroieum on the following described
lands'.
Commencing at a post marked Wm.
B. Wright's southwest corner, set at
the southeast corner of District Lot
Xo. 205, Group 2. Xew Westminster
District, thence east one mile, thence
north one mile, thence west three
fourths of a mile, thence south three
, fourths  of  a  mile,   thence  west   one
I fourth  of  a mile,  thence south  one
fourth of a mile to the point of com-
' mencement.
WILLIAM E. WRIGHT.
Xew  Westminster,  B. C��� March 8,
', 1910.
That is our Phone No.      Place it on Your Phone Book.
We have clients for Wholesale property either in West End or property
running from Front to Columbia.
If you have anything at market
value in this line, it is in your interests to
list it with us.
Werepresent the best Fire Insurance
companies. A portion of your insurance
will be appreciated.
Kellington Brothers
Phone 680
P.O. Box 40
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Electric Railway Service
Interurban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half
hour from i>:a0 a. in. 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 teu minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-houny between S:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
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To Nanaimo���2 p. m. dally except
Sunday; leaves Sunday at 5:15 p. ni
To Union and Comox���Leaves Vancouver, 11 p. in. 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
Fridays, from B. C. Coast wharf, New
Westminster, D. C.
For further particular* call or ad
dress
F.D. QOULBT, Agent,
New Westminster.
B.C. Mills
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FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Milh Branch
Telephone 12 New Westminster Box 137
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Asst. Gen.   Pass.  Agent,
Vancouver, B. C.
Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,  D. C.
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IMPERIAL    $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL..$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
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GETTING ON IN|
THE WORLD
depends mostly in specialized ability.
The best paid men and women in the
busine.es world are specialists. Are
you a specialist? If not take up our
special course of business instruction.
It will double your wage earning capacity. We are helping- a great number of ambitious young men and women.    WHY NOT YOU ?
Westminster Modern
Business School
A.  L. BCUCK, Principal.
610   Columbia  St.
For first-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, teieuhone IJavles'
Greenhouse. KilOS �����
The Benevolent society held Its
regular monthly meeting in the board
of trade room in the city hall yesterday.
Got any papering and patining to
do?   If so, see I. Hudson, Sixth stieet.
Fales, the home furnisher. Carpets
galore  at  knowndown  prices. **
The regular meeting of the schooi
board, scheduled for last night has
been postponed until Monday, owing
to the abscene of Chairman Trapp
and the l.lness of Trustee Peck.
For furniture, carpets, linoleums,
etc., try tlie New Furniture Store.
Denny & Galloway. 43 Sixth street. **
For window shades, lace curtains,
etc., go to Fales', Agnes street.      **
The steam roller was taken up to
Queen's park yesterday but tlie
ground was found to be too soft, and
lt was not put to work. It will take
several days of fine weather to dry
out the grounds sufficiently to allow
the steam roller to be run over it.
For fresh Carnal ions, promptly delivered, phone K-OS, Davies' Greenhouse. **
One man appeared in the police
court yesterday on a charge of dru__-
enness. He denied the soft Impeachment and the case was adjourned til.
today to permit the crown to gather
evidence as to the man's condition.
Our Spring Millinery Opening was
yesterday, as previously advertised.
The Misses O'Connor and McQuarrie
invite you.
We have just received five of the
latesi models in typewriters, with
ten, fifteen and eighteen inch (interchangeable) carriages. Call and see
them at our new branch. 746 Columbia street, three doors from B. C. E.
It. station. Seventeen cents a day is
all you need pay to own one. White,
Shiles & Co. **
Tlie cement mixer finished its work
on the Columbia street retaining wall
yesterday and was taken down to
the west end of the street, where it
will mix the concrete for the B. C.
E. R. track beds. This work will be
started today or tomorrow.
Johnston's Shoe Store is still running its alteration sale. As a special
attraction to buyers on Saturday forenoon, those who produce the coupon
published in this issue on Page 'A.
will get a 50 cents reduction on all
purchases   over   two   dollars. **
Get in early with your paint work.
Now is the time to see I. Hudson.
Sixth Street. **
Harriet G. Moore's Spring Millinery
Opening will be on Wednesday and
Thursday  of  next  week.
Opera House, 15th inst.
B. Pauline Johnson.
Watch for
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Fales���The leader. 2.000 yards of
matting today at 20c per yard.     ***
The first annual banquet of the Ba-
raca Club of Olivet Baptist church
took place yesterday evening In the
church parlors, over fifty sitting down
to an eight-course feast. A numher
of interesting speeches were made.
! The Sunday school association or
this city will commence its sessions
| on Sunday, and will continue tlie following day. Much important work Is
to be discussed at the meetings.
Opera House. 15th inst. Watch for
E. Pauline Johnson.
When Caretaker Thornbur of the
post office yesterday remgved the
winter covering from his flower garden in the rear of the post office, he
found a fine bed Of crocuses In full
bloom. The tender spring flowers certainly iOpk good after tlie bad weather
which has prevailed lately, and many
admirers looked at them with pleasure. Mr. Thrnbur is to be congratulated on the good use be is making
of the waste strip of ground behind
,'the post office.
At tlie .icense commissioners' meeting at Agassiz on Wednesday the only
application before the court was that
of  Mrs.   Gillis, of the  Agassiz  hotel,
asking for tbe renewal of her license.
; Adam S. Johnston, from the office of
i W.  Norman  Bole,  K.  C,  New  Westminster,  appeared  for the  applicant
and entered into tlie details of Mrs.
Gillis'  claim.    After  some  discussion
the court deferred its decision until
��� Wednesday   next   in   order  to  enable
���the full board to decide, there being
| only    Messrs.    McRae,    Mackie    ami
Nichols present.
Frank Jeal, late of the Pure Food
Supply Co., is entering into the tea,
i coffee and spice business, having ms
' office and warerooms at 1427 Seventh
avenue. Mr. Jeal anticipates putting
on the market some of the flnesi;
blends of tea. coffee and spices. Further notice will be given in these
columns. **
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
To the Housewife the Electri c Sad Iron is the greatest boon possible. No device has so lessene d the household labor. The Electric.
Sad Iron is so simple that a ch iid can operate it; and it can be used
in any part of the house wher e there is an electric light. Iron always hot; no useless walking or waiting; Ironing done in half the
time. We carry different make s and styles. Call in and let us show
tbem to you.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Death of Alice Buckland.
After an illness of only a couple of
weeks, Alice, third daughter of Robert Buckland, of Fourth avenue,
passed away at an early hour this
morning. Deceased, who was only a
little over twelve years of age, had
not been feeling well for some time,
but had attended scliool until tlie end
of last month. No arrangements have
yet been made for the funeral.
MORGAN MAY AID
CANCER REStARCH OUKt
Rome, March 10.���It is reported
here today that J. Pierpont Morgan
probably will contribute financial aid
to Professor Rampoldi of the University of Pavia, who dec,ares that be
has discovered a cure for cancer.
According to Professor Rampoldi he
has made a number of experiments
with his discovery, tlie majority of
which he asserts have been successful.
His treatment consists of making
local applications with an ointment
made from the juice of a plant grown
in India which the natives call Jac-
Juerry- I't is stated the plant resembles licorice to a marked degree.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
inglish Watc'iffikT
Gold Watc_e.s for Ladles from $1275
UP.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watchws.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
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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: Pour
bedrooms, drawing room, dining room,
hall, sitting room, den and kitchen,
also large attic and cellar. House
nearly new and beautifully papered
throughout.
$500 cash, balance easy terms,
buys nice modern bungalow, near
Queens Park, lot 66x132. Good situation.
If you want a home, come and see
us. We can help you, and finance
any reasonable proposition.
F. J.Hart & Co. Ltd.
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This Spring Opening Will Reveal Unimagined
Beauties in Shape and Trimming.
Think of all the most charming hats you have ever seen-the:; try to
conceive style far prettier and more becoming, and still you will fall short of
imagining anything nearly so exquisite as those to be seen here.
To-day we draw aside the curtain witli
which Fashion has concealed her charming
Millinery surprises. To-day you may
look upon her crowning efforts in pretty
headwear.
No note of jarring harshness has been introduced into this assemblage-
which represents a fasinating harmony of exqnisite shapes and tints. All too
radical effects have been eliminated ���leaving only those pleading to a
refined taste.
Not an innovation in design or trimming which the best French and
American Milliners have brought out this season missing in the present showing.   Many ideas have been cleverly modified to suit YOUR requirements.
And don't think because only the really
Fashionable are included, prices must
necessarily be high���those of our customers
who seek pretty but inexpensive headwear
will find just as much to interest them as
women who desire costly Millinery.
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Coat Section
Thursday and following days will find the READY-
to-Wear SecTiON bright with an authentic display
of the New Spring Models.
New Style Features are prominent in every garment, graceful lines, perfect harmony of material and
trimming and little touches here and there, all go
towards making our showing the most authoritative
hereabouts.
Coats, Suits, Skirts, Blouses, etc., will appeal as
never before.
We feel that we have been more than successful
in our gathering together of an up-to-date stock -
every department bears testimony to our foresight and
planning.
We invite you to visit the various Departments,
Thursday and following days.
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1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE NINE-
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wndays everyone is on the lookout for tlie place where they can
\���nnv oulckly; some are rushing to Vanesouver; others, hear-
dial Victoria has   awakened  from a deep Bleep, are flying there
v think Vancouver has reached its limits; others, again, are
to maps and searching for that unmarked spot, "the Eldo-
trange to say, many of these  people  are  residents of this
'     tl'1(,y are looking right away, under tlie impression that tlie
.lace nn>st bc BOmewl'e,e   ��� ,lle distance and not right here
the) have lived these many years.
I    ,yestnilnster has become so wel. known to them that they
realize that any change   can possibly ortrar !_ IT.   Not one
.    .   a hundred knows that within the last few months���even
I that the value of land all over the city and far out Into the
J       ,      been   gradually   rising;   that every day  lots,  which
\an< they pass by twice In every   twelve   hours   are   changing
L and every change puts a few hundreds or thousands of do.-
on to their value, and into   the pockets of the vendors.
lust  for the benefit  of some of these people and a few who
��� interested in the growth of  this, the Royal City, that The Daily
has Instituted a new section in the paper, In which the move-
[;..;,i  Estate,  Building  and Industries will be chronicled.
��� vvlth an old timer on  Columbia Btreel  yesterday after-
bj  the first  instalment   of the  Pink pavement, the first
city, he mentioned a lew  of  the  cha��ges  in  real  estate
which had come under his personal notice.
0    reat,"  he  said,   "was  tne  demand for factory sites with a
.   frontage  that  they  are a.m0st Impossible to pick up.   Dur-
l���   last  week two waterfrontage sites were bought  by  men  I
averaging $76 per foot   One  of 1320  feet   with  68  acres and
ther with 660 eet frontage and   45   acres."      Either  of  these
could have been picked up a few years ago for as many
rs and they have fetched hundreds   this  week.
,thei  with 660 feel frontage acreage.    A 25-acre section half a
the bridge section, was   sold last week for J2B.000.
i l'joo the same place changed hands at $50 per acre.
Que city lot, 66x182, wliich a few years ago was bought by the
��� owner for $15,ooo, yesterday  Jumped  to  $76,000, and  tne   �����
ed the offer.   The present rough value of city property   ���
pita pi r fool fronlage.
goffer of $50 per foot for waterfrontage   three   miles   up   tne
also turned  down.'
Pnts such as these can  be heard of every day and yet people   ���
Hot rea Ize what is going on around the���it is the outsider who   ���
; ping in and taking the pick of the sites.   Unless the res.-   ���
wake up to the facl Boon that "Something is doing" in Ne*
r, they  will  be sorry   that they missed the gold at their   ���
Mist   they   were   gazing  in towards the mountains.
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fvery of Petroleum In-
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feci Real Estate Values
am E. Wright, of Clayburn, has
lotlce that be intends to apply
l"ii.-' to prospect for coal and
Matsqui prairie. Tbe lard he
Uted out In gins at the southerner of District Lot 205, Group
I extends east one mile, west
barters of a mile, south three
n of a mile, west one quarter
'it and south one quarter of a
'''he   property   adjoins   tnat
��"t   by   a. Crtck8hank and
ahout a month ago.
"il boom l ls rather subsided
II Clayburn but the people who
staked ,,iit claims are anxiously
ns until the boring machines np-
nn 'he ground, when  they will
if  the  Indications   discovered
anything.
Iil11-' the recent activity in real
'' deals on the prairie resulting
the discovery of indications of
pts in Ahhotsford. which ls about
���ll<:; from the place where the
"'"" were llrst found, sold for
h '' '"' The land around was
8 al $300 per acre and at pres-
NEW YORK MEN PACE
I DEATH IN BIG SEWER
is none on  the  market at
that price.
��� Banfleld, of Vancouver, who is
I11' hi atl of the  company  formed
Pospecl for the oil, returned re-
from California,  where  he  Is
I1     '��� In oil fields, and he is mak-
irrangements to bring in a bor-
liine.
IREY ACREAGE   IS
[COMMANDING  GOOD   FIGURES
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"ley, near the foot of the bill,
a demand Just now for acre-
men anxious  to start small
���' from Ave to ten acres; prices
King from $100 to $300 an acre.
east,    along the  river,  the
in crease and some acreage in
iaity has recently jumped from
$'i00 an acre.
business of one city firm in
imali blocks, during the past
'"tha, has been $11,000.
Borough President and Party
Trapped in Great Bronx
Pipe by Tide.
New    York,    March    10.���Borough
President   Cyrus   P.   Muller,   of     the
Bronx, told today of the narrow margin  by   which  he  and several  of  his
borough   officials escaped    deatu    by
drowning lu the great    Bronx trunk
sewer, wliich has Just been completed ]
aud turned over to the city.   The olii- !
dais started out yesterday on iju ia- I
spection of the sewer, which Is four- |
teen feet in diameter and more than j
two miles long.
Wearing rubber boots and carrying
lanterns, they descended into the big
pipe and had gone about a mile when
they discovered that they were slashing through clear water six Inches in
depth. They had forgotten to take
into account the tide, which was backing up Into the sewer at a rapid rate.
They had gone too far to turn back,
and after a hurried consultation they
decided to sprint tor the outlet before
tb, Crushing water overwhelmed
tbem.
Five minutes later the water had
risen to their knees and as they floundered on against the current it surged
over the tops of their hip boots and
extinguished the flickering flames in
the lanterns wliich they carried. They
pressed on, Joining hands to prevent
any of the members of the party from
failing back. They wer. waist deep
in tbe wa_ter when tbey saw the light
at the mouth of the sewer. Soaked to
the skiu and with the water at their
arm-pits, they wormed and scrambled
up the steep bank to safety.
LONDON MAN MEASURES
UP TO  MEANEST THIEF
BIG CHILLIWACK   DEAL.
Sampson's Farm Fetches Nearly
$400 an  Acre.
Sood  property  deal   was  closed
week when the farm of John
PPson, at   ChlMwack,   comprising
Korea, one of the best known
p farms In the FraBer valley, was
I to North Dakota capitalists for
���V'011- ThlR property Is about two
f" 'rom Chilliwack city and the
"lie cur terminals.
lK stateii that the purchasers in-
1 w subdivide it Into model fruit
WjjOen farms. The deal waf ne-
atefl by Messrs. F. J. Hart ft Co.
London, March 10.���Edward Dixon
, brought his dying baby to the reception room at the Royal Free hospital
today.   Dr. A.lce Dunbar at once ran
to the reception room and placed her
purse on the table while she hurriedly attended to the child.
I    In a few moments the baby died,
but when Dr. Dunbar turned to break
the news to the father he had gone���
and her purse waB missing,
i    Dixon was arrested later ln the day
and was sentenced at the Clerkenwell
police court to a month's hard labor
for the theft.
Germany  Faces Big  Deficit.
Berlin, March 10.���Wermuth, secretary of the Imperial treasury, iti addressing the appropriations committee
of the Reichstag today said that the
| deficit   at   present   was   $44,6000,000.
!���e doubted whether the returns
from the new taxes made tn 1909
cou.d be accurately estimated before
1912.
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Our line of Carpets and Draperies
never so extensive as now. We show
tlie largest open stock of carpets in
British Columbia.
BRUSSELS, 55c per yard and up.
LINOLEUMS, 39c, 58c. 73c per yard.
All our Draperies at cut prices.
DINING     TABLES,     $7.95,     $9.85,
$13.50 to $47.75.
This great stock to be cut in two. Changes
contemplated make it necessary to reduce this
immense stock at once.
$30,000
worth of fine Furniture, Curtains, Carpets, Rugs,
Pictures, etc., at tremendous price cocessions for
quick clearance. Prices cut to the quick - profits
thrown to the winds-25, 30 and 50 per cent.
reductions. Furnish your homes now. Deliveries will be made as quickly as possible and in
order taken. All country orders packed free.
Look for the green tickets. Everything marked
in plain figures.
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DRESSER    AND    STANDS,   $9.50,
$11.75, $13.25, $15.00, $21.00.
1000 yards of 5-4 Table Oilcloth, In best quality, per yd 23c
500 4-ft. Curtain poles, com'plete with brass fixtures, each 10c
300 4-ft.  1%  inch    Oak    Poles, complete with brass fixtures.
each    29c
Our entire stock of Beautiful Pictures marked at half-price.
50 sets "Forty-Piece Tea Bets" at half-price.
Watch our windows. Every day will disclose an unusual bargain. Walk through our 6tore at will and note tho great bargains. Our lower front floor Will be used to display odd
pieces. These sale prices are for cash ��� arrange with the
otlice for credit. ___\
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SOLID   IRON   BEDS,   brass   trimmings, $2.95, $3.75, $5.85, $8.75, $17.bO.
BRASS BEDS, $24.75, $28.50 and up.
"LEE'S UMITED"
Successors to Lee's Furniture Emporium
Lee's Block, Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. C.
A GENUINE SNAP
We can deliver 160 acres
in Cloverdale, adjoining
town site, at $100.00 per
acre. The very cheapest
tuy in the market to-day.
GREAME & SHIRLEY
Curtis Block
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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.
R PEEBLES
Real Estate Broker and Financial Agent
620 Columbia Street New Westminster, B.C.
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FOR SALE
ROYAL AVENUE
Lot in Best Locality.
For a few days only.
PRICE $800.00
Apply J. K., Daily News.
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A DELICIOUS
CUP OF COFFEE
whose aroma is fragrant and appelating, a chop or steak with fried pallia-
toes, or a dainty broiled chlckra.
such as we prepare, to tempt
appetite these cold mornings, ls
you need. We can tempt the
of an anchorite.
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA  STREET,  OP*.
TRAM OFFICE.
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We have just completed the survey of one of the choicest residential subdivisions yet offered, and these beautiful South Westminster Lots are
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Now On the Market
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
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Is destined to be a great city, and at the prices and terms which 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.
Hale Bros.
Limited
Kennedy
Real Estate. Insurance and Timber
Over Merchants Bank, Corner Columbia and Begbie Street
s
Phone 335
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
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DAY, MARCH 11, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  ELEVEN'.
Relation in
possess
���  can  secure  a
Washington to
|(. ;,. ...' fragrant blend of tbe finest Ceylon Tea.
package from your grocer and enjoy its excellent qualities.
(lack, Mixed and Natural Green, 40c, 50c, 60c and 70c per lb. ������
m WORK
If REVISED VERSION
Dt of New Testament
FullInauguralRefer-
i Soon to Be Issued.
ip, March 10.���After thirty-
|, nf work, the enormous
���drawing up full marginal refit,, the Revised Version of the
nent will reach completion
lublicatlon from the University
hortly of a new election of
I wrslon���an edition which
fcyuuii, ministers, and biblical
In i fery corner of the world
lire to possess.
Ir back as December 1873 the
���Btament company of Revisers
id Hie late Dr. Scrivener and
Mnulton to undertake the
[compiling the references. Tne
'ssed slowly, however, and
Edition of the Revised Version
only abridged rcfertmces
iubllshed. Since Professor
death the entire work of
hg the fuller references has
In i, d out by Dr. A. W. Green-
IDr, J. II. Moulton, son of the
eenup is now Principal of St.
tall, a college of divinity iu
fry. A conversation with him
Is the enormous amount of de-
ork thai has to be accom-
For Instance, to many verses
Rospels and Epistles have been
leany a indred margltaal ret-
eacl ; ring on the text"
ol the verse, lnn^m-'
r atarli -s and Tosfifmenis
i: b   i    m ii.  German,  uree_,
I read by Dr. Green-
|he pm |
on the task for
li Id Dr. Greenup.
|iii,; i id every com-
published   upon  the   testa-
B.s  >.'.! as many mnerent lull Version witli; i r iferaa sea 'a my work l
many   curious   volumes
[ v, is, for example, a big Bible
Inal   references  pub-
ly  in two  volumes by
Mr. John Rylands, of Manchester.
Hearing of the work I was engaged
upon Mrs. Rylands was good enough
give mo copies of these volumes."
to
LAND   ACTS.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Ole Lee, of Ronton,
occupation  fanner,  intends  to  apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: i
Commencing at a post planted in
a small bay at N'.W. corner of Hudson
island. Applying to purchase the
whoie Island containing 8U acres,
more or less, and Is situated southwest of Mars island.
OLE LEE,
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1010. Agent.
OAKLAND GIRL WANTS
TO MARRY CHINAMAN
i Vancouver, Wash., March 10.���1��
love with a Chinese boy, and desiring
to marry him, Miss Mae Strebor, of
369 Eighth street, between Franklin
and Wedster streets, Oakland, Cal.,
bas written to M. B. Kles, county
auditor, asking if sin
license in the state of
marry her choice.
The young woman writes a good
hand, and says in her letters that she
lias written to ail of the neighboring
states asking the same question, but
that the only answer she lias received
Is from Denver, Colo. The county
auditor there informed her that she
would not be able to get a minister to
marry her to a Chinaman, even if she
had a license.
Miss Strebor adds that she knows
the marriage will cause her to be censured, but that as she has had so
many ups anu downs in life she teels
she can go through anything, no matter how trying. She loves her China
boy and wants him for a husband.
When she was Informed that she
must appear ln person, witli tne
Chinaman she Is to marry, and a
white witness of good reputation, she
answered that she would be here in a
short time, and that she will write or
wire ahead, informing the auditor
when she expects to arrive.
Mr. Kies informed her that public
sentiment here is bitterly opposed to
any such matches.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Joseph Storms, of
Kelsey, occupation farmer, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
a small bay on west shore of Triangle
island.    Applying  for  the  whoie  Island,   containing   40   acres,   more  or
less, situated south of Crib island.
JOSEPH STORMS.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Tasty and Correct
^B PRINTING we are
Leaders.
(Jackson Printing
Company
fHOMSON   BLOCK,   MARKET
SQUARE, PHONE 388.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that John Peterson, ot
Vancouver,  occupation  carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the N.E. comer of T.L. 25186, on Midsummer island, thence following said
line of T.L. south, west and north to
the shore; thence following shore
westerly, southerly, easterly, northerly aud westerly to point of commencement; containing 200 acres,
more or less.
JOHN PETERSON.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
"March 10, 1010. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that George Philips, of
Rattle   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  said T.L. south, west, north and
west to shore; thence following shore
! southerly,   easterly,    northerly,    and
westerly to point of commencement;
containing 300 acres, more or -ess.
GEORGE PHILIPS.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. ASent-
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, lirms and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts.
If you haven't a Savings Account
NOW is the best time to start one
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital Pald-Up   $5,000,000
Reserve       5,700,000
Total Assets   70,000,000
New
Westminster,  B.
F. SHUTE.
C. Branch,
Manager.
THE  STEAMER
TRANSFER
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker Wharf for Ladner,
Westham Island and way
points at 2 o'clock, returning
on the following morning.
Westminster
*ansf er Co.
'.'hone 115.     Barn 'Phone 1S7
Columbia Btreet
M�� ������*'   delivered   promptly   te
*uy part ot Uie city.
flit and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Guy Johnson, of
Xenia, occupation harness maker, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted In a
bav on the south shore of Pearl island, the north Island in the Indian
group, containing 80 acres, more or
less. Applying for the whole is.and
which is situated at the west end oi
VlUge island. ^ ^^
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Aeent
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St
Estimates Given. Phone 567.
J. NEWSQME & SONS
PAINTERS,  PAPER-HANGERS AND
DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, between Second avenue and Third streets.
NEW WESTMINSTER
B.C.
Comox "Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Alven Houchen, of
Iowa, occupation farmer, in ends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted to
a small bay on the south shore ��
Hazel Island, at the S.E. point of Har-
[Sown island, containing 20 acres
mme or,oss.   Applying for the whole
Island. N H0UCHEN.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910 A^'M'
W. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH  ST.
PHONE  R527
et
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block      P. O. Box 644
Y
ours
Now!
���New Lally Lacrosse Sticks Just
ln at
H. Morey & Co.
|665 Columbia St., Westminster
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range.One
Take  notice that Charles[ WilUam
Preston   of Madrid, occupation    bat
be?   intends to apply for pjjjgj
to purchase the following descilbea
'^Commencing at a pOBtjjtat**
���i,���  west end of Alder island,    me
ar^elt    laTd in the Carey group, con-
lining 40 acres, more or .ess.    Applying for the whole island which ��
.situated near the west end of Turn
^CHARLES WILLIAN PRESTON.
��� CHA SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910- Agent
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice  that John  Eikens, of
Boone, occupation butcher, Intends to
apply for permission ot purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post jtoWNB
west end of Cedar island, containing
4fl"acres, more or less.    Applying for
he  whole  is.and,  which  is  si uated
Sthow.stettdofMld^um^l.land.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. A��ent
Model Sign Works
SIGN, 8CENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster,
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
GENERAL AGENTS
Gasoline Lighting
Red Cross Sanitary
Closet
Hall and Lavery Block
VIEW
Here's an Offer Which Beats
Four of a Kind
Full Half Acre Lots
On the Charming Surrey Heights
Overlooking the most delightful scenery
in the District.
Rich Fertile Land      Easy to Clear      Southern Slope
Cn New Car Line and Yale Road.   The best buying in Surrey without exception.
Note the Price
$300
Full Half Acre Lots
Terms: $100 cash, balance, 6,12,18 and 24 months.
We think this offer cannot be beaten
anywhere.
EVANS & DARKE
706 Columbia Street
New Westminster. B. C.
Ready
Money
A GOOD    FRIEND    ALWAYS
If you deposit your money for
safety ln The Bank of Toronto
lt will be safe while you leave
lt, and ready when you need It,
and it will be
AUTheTime
earning for you three per cent,
interest. Small or large sum*
may be deposited at any time.
80  BRANCHES
in   Ontario,   Quebec   and   the
West.
CAPITAL   ....
REST   	
, .$4,000,000
,. 4,750,000
BankofToronto
NEW. WE8TMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
J. Gracey, Mgr.
_
Mrs. H. G. Moore
Begs to announce that she will have
her Spring Showing of MILLINERY
on
Wednesday and Thursday
Of Next Week
Latest Parisian and New York Patterns of Dress and Tailored Hats.
All the Newest Styles in Veilings and
Fancy Trimmings.
HARRIET G. MOORE
548 Columbia Street New Westminster, B.C.
FOR FIRST CLASS
Job Printing
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
739  FRONT ST., WINDSOR  BLOCK
"roprletress, Mrs. M. Dominy.
Watches...
High Grade Watch Movements at
CHAMBERLIN'S, The Jeweler
Official C. P. R. Time Inspector.
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EVANS
DARKE
Reed Estate Brokers
706 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B.C.
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HEIGHTS
Overlooking the mighty Fraser, the gorgeous
Mountain ranges in the background, and the
beautiful foliage.    A veritable
GARDEN OF EDEN
Within City limits.
City Water Supply.
$250 is the Price
What Can Beat This ?   $50 Cash, $8.50 per
month.    In the very heart of the residential
district.   FULL SIZE SAPPER TON LOTS.
EVANS
706 Columbia St.
DARKE
Phone S12
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