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INSURANCE
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P'��W WESTMINSTER.
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IORNING, APRIL 25, 1910.
EIGHT PAGES.
THICK
<1 CENTS.
FBoyi
,is m Quebec
of
.,;,������ For Coming
ty.
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i
I
It
Tf amines.
Ld detachment of French
l to the coasi
.. er River
��� d   in  Quebec
���     ' owing   tour
jj    , ���       ..'   P. O'Boyle,
������ oi the lumber-
Uh a commls.
... |   ��� thirty mar-
id ind '!1  <��' come
econd trip
Mture, and with the expert-
Kdfrmn!    .     ious exploit,
(Lin a position to make even
"dlsfacmr. ements than
tta \ ' i the first
iet Qaeh.'c worki i arrived last
L ws found i ' ��� W'!S B num-
Bl ancle me" among them, and
Uev ffere i : ��� ���>��� workers as
f��� . . brethren, tl ey nre not
E^ j likely tn h "mm a flx-
.; .   ���epiaci     \ married man
I       i i       rdened  with
Cj4, ne ' French-Cana-
fl ird usuallj In the preeed-
,...;.. be dispensed
r_,; ., ��� . . i the condition
��ty, . does n find it advis-
nd< ilust, but
|| ���'��� Ith  Ills   job
:.  trlctl)  '    business.    It
fa -.-   j thi   mill com-
j anxious to 81 .
g French-Can brought W sl
j pai pr O'B    ���     i uardianshlp
<_.      ij-.j p ea awall li -
| l, and havi   every-
eas;  and   pleasant    for
was cur-
er  Lumber
������, ���    ��� ��� ' with  i;<���
��� ,.,,, piant
���s of Quel      I i the Pacific
11 tor more of
i    poBSlbli
KlYN VISITS  HARRY.
|"':"' ��� i. r ' f  Conference
V,-< De" \  V.f-k   Secret.
I"      N  V    ���������   ;i  L't���Evelyn
F'" i i" r   husband,
R.V  fo-    n hour at the
' ���    This waa l er
living   day.
I nference could
I
iECTSlC LIGHT RATES
REDUCED IN  MONTREAL
I Tlw   Mnntrca!
er com] any on
reduction  in
J wllich   will   mean
*. lontreal oonsum-
"inrcs that thc
., earco ding to Hs gen
lj? ��� rt '   ' ���    cuts when the
JJ",10| :        '' as warrant it.
R."1'ear oi :, hope of averting
KtBEWIMES.
H WHS INTERMENT
|Wi
t    Ostentation,
*tly  and    Withou
yd America's  Foremost  Hu-
morl�� Is Laid to Rest.
Mm, x, y
\ hi ii 24.���Under a
pes of the Lang-
I.i. ��pei
��bP',i!!,Wr"",','wn cemetery, with
"""���'������ agalnsl it, n lit-
tj '   ' Mourners Biletly winched
��';'���."',,! '   0| Samuel i, Clem-
Tmvc��med  lnt0 an evergreen
'' 'he bodies of bis wife
|i .-'' '   Eastman, pastor of
ttjat 1U.u_rcl1   :'"1 a close friend
Hlttipl
Wlgri
i ii- lies';
i,i..,"'\;''" Pins
ii�� ��mo.r1a*' conducted a brief
���'ervlpp and Mark Twain's
,;';'f' w���� at an end.     To-
high ,vln "',""";   UBder  :<   Pn,vn
e grave
'';'' Pfeseni  al   tb
"in,
"" ttibei
��from n     v   tamlly party w,,��
is 0f , l>w "> ork, a former gov-
I-'MendB   ,V"m"ns  r,,,,n,y-  two
ft6��� ,, "���  ��>e  sextion   and   half
t'��v;(,;,; ",���''���"'���   men.     Services
^ ot a.
** to
ft. n
b,ppn held at the real-
,!;;.'"r:'1 Charles J. Lan.don.
.. n ; ,'I>;,|;1 ago Mark Twain
i W,,, ;'""'���''d's sister.
pemiml* " ^.1r' Clemens' wish.
Pilule
18 simple.   There waa
IV
im
tlie |���i(    ""norary  naiiijear8r8
5il9'ninn   :i nnd Pra>'pt' '��y
���I **���������*������������������������������
FrP'=zi��0 Jn  ll!in0|8 *
I ^WS ����*-*!!
'ate cold  weather
were broken to-
degrees below
S ,V"n     	
**��Iipi-"!r,,,,,,r����nK here and
H.        l(nlr"l Illinois polnta.    -
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TWO SAPPERTON BOYS Isailor lassoes doe
WIN THEIR DEGREK'SWIMMIN0NEARBEVlL*Sfi��N
Sons of William Stott Successful at Queens University Examinations.
Kingston, Ont., April 24,
graduati a   of  Quei    ���   an ���     .
Sal irday   were:  1
Effle   Belfi ���,   : . k.;   R.  C
Day,  Pakan,  All ���..   \   r   \,
Vancouver; VV. R. E. Ed
wall, Man.; \V. F. I
C.   W.   MacDon I I,   S '.  i ,'   i.
Pierce, Moose Jaw; J, n. \.,
ern, Sask.
Theology���W, Sh ti, Sappertoi
Civil Engln erlng���D
ton,  li.  C;   McL.  E. Warl
Hat.
Electrical   Ei   :        ng ��� S,   N.   P.
Hut ler. Loreburn, S   I
Medical ��� J. T,   Bee! .   Henrli I
li  C; I. r. L< ngli ,, Lui i li a, S
.1  li. I.cviiie. Deyol; D. T. May< r, Vancouver;  .1. C. Shaw, Rei Ii a.
MAJOR GENERAL WOOD
IS POPULAR  IN  CUBA
Havana, Cuba, April 24.���Of gn   t< r
Inti rest  to the people of Cuba than
any   event   in   the   island    |n    many
months was the ri cenl brlel \:
Majoi  Oei eral L. Wood.   The arrival
of the former governor general was
hailed with enthusiasm and dui im  I
three days of Ins stay all jtnijt ir-^ w, ���-,
forgotten.    II   waa ��� vldenl   that   hla
popularity had - ane l bui  little during   an   abSi ii >f  eight   years.
OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
OF E!G COLLIERY PURCHASE
:   , treak Gives Chi-J(; When Animal
Is in  Water���Capture  Effected
Without   Much  Trouble.
rim in
���     r  neai    Devil's   run
'���','" . a flne , ,,, llV
���-.  ���' abi r oi thi  en .
eak and  ca ;1  KI;.
���'      ' l'he   deer   was
brought down to thl   clt;    i
��� i rral al the B ��� f The
m  is  to ofti     ���
i ivie zoological
Whi n thi di i Qotic 'd f < m
the   i a; itreak rei    |   waa   lust
���    ' ' bul the spirit
'   dl pn        ... l
I        and thi        ��� er wi a backi d off
the Bin n   and cl       given the swim-
': 'ng en al ire.   Tl e deer ch aved the
'   atyle,   hut   was  not
! i" the Pay8treak, an;l in a few
amer  was  alongside.
One of the ��� ��� i ;    s of the en k se-
���''   '���  rope  with a running  nooae
deftly dropped it over the animal's
head, tli htening the loop just enough
to .-' cure  the  doe.     The deer was
hauled aboard tho   steamer   without
much difficulty, and although consid-
erablj   fri{ htene!  al   lirst,  soon  Bet-
tied down contentedly in Its temporary quarters on tlie deck.
RAID   COCK    FIGHT.
ODDFELLOWS lEtBiiATE
ANNtVEHSARY OF ORIGIN
Vancouver, April 24. ��� Official announcement was made yesterday of
the pu of the Dunsn    r colli
on Vancouver island.   The price ,   ;
is ?i 1,000,00 '.    A  new companj   haa
been Incorporated with Victoria nam d
as ti e h< ad oltl !G,  tO '������   kn; "::   ���-
the   Cai    '< ���    Colllerli        Thi    pro��
visional directors are officials of tl
Canadian   Northern   railway,   be
by  !���'   H   ���" Ipi en, chief of '.;
di !   : menl of the company.
Montreal   Police   Break   up   Party   of
Game Sports.
Montreal.    April    24.���Tbe    police
made a desci nl  upon a   cock   flghl
which was being held in a yard in
the verj centn of the city this morn-
.���ii! am Bted fifty of the partlci-
i ��� a's an I seize I ��� I me cocks.
Hetty Will Retire.
New York, April 24.���Hetty   Green
is planning,  it  la  reported today ,to
retire from active businers.    She   is
now 73 years old and feels that she
I does not care to take an active part
in the i usiness world any more, Her
daughter, Mrs. Matthew Astor Wilkes,
|wlll probably assume the direction of
Mrs. Green's affairs.
Pultan Indisposed.
Constantinople, April 24.���The Sultan . :   'i u | e.   is suffering   from   a
sll ''it attack i I d e bIi s.
RVf THOUSAND m.
RCNDERED HOMELES
COLD   IN   KANSAS.
Weather   Prophets  Say   Worst   Is  to
Con'.e  This   Morning.
Topeka, Kan.. April 24.���There were
��� frosts in the low lying fruit sec-
i oi  Kansas this morning but in
��� o ��� of tlie state the high winds pre-
vented  frosts.    For tomorrow  morning, however, the weather bureau predicts heavy frosts, and horticulturists
fear the destruction of the fruit crop.
Scores Injured, While Loss
in Louisiana City Reaches
$4,000,000.
Lake Charles, l.a.. April 24.���Five
thousand persons are homeless, several are missing, semes injured and
property damaged to the extent of
M 000 000 resulted here from a fire
which started In an old opera house
near the center of the town wiping
out thirty business blocks, and then
burned a'path through the residence
section of the city late today.
\t eight o'clock dynamite was used
to stop the path Of the flames. The
tomes we,c checked in this manner,
bul ool until they had pracUcal >
wiped ont the town. Thc cause haa
not   vet  been aseeilained.
Temporary camps have been estaU'
INbed on the outskirts oi the burning
cltv  and the thousands o melesa
Mid   injured   are   being   caie.l   for   as
well  as  possible.
With the sadden drop in temperature it is certain the sufferings oi the
stricken people vi! i"- Intense.
BIG FIGHT TO PREVENT
EXTRA-PROVINCIAL   POWERS
���Ylnnipog.   Ap7il~24.-There  prom-
,��to a legal fight on theques on
.fher the commission Investigating
Alherta &  Great  Waterways deal
any power to Bit in Winnipeg or
Application   has  been   made  to
e the order giving the commission
���er rescinded.
bej argument before  Judge M&
laid  was held yesterday.    He an-
need thai he would reserve JuJg-
at until Tuesday.   Both sides hi ve
���,.,���,,, that no matter how the de-
,��� goes, there will be an appeal.
nesting constitutional   points.  In-
ln_ tbe iurlBdictlon of tho prov-
s and the Dominion, were brought
;J& m the course of the argument.
" . Mention, 1" brief, is tint at
a cmnot give power to Iti eon -
} pfto   take   evidence  out.sld -  of
' ; llmlt8 o�� the  province
';,;,',,   t1|���   Manlbd,a   act   Is   under
circumstances ultra vires.
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from
Iind
badly
GETTING WARMER.
Pan'   ApHi"t'>" temperature
bJenriowl.   rising in tne north-
bXe midnight and indication
for   warmer   wea he/       Reports
���� rS SScomwe^
^Sa^tS-ln-y-terdayseold
wave.
Northern King Is Safe.
Houghton, Mich., April 24.���The
steamer Northern King, which had
nol been reported since leaving the
Soo, on Friday, and for whose safety
some apprehension was felt, is safe
in port here.
CENTRAL HOTEL TO BE
IMPROVED AND REMODELED
W. P. Curran Will Make His Hostelry
One  of the  Most  Up-to-Date
in  City.
\V P Curran. who recently purchased the Central hotel property announces that plans for the re-model-
Mug of the structure are about compute and that work will be commenced immediately, and rushed as
fast as possible. Mr. Curran states
that in future the Central will be run
on the European plan, and to this end
he proposes to place in the centre ot
the block ft cafe which would be
a credlt to a elty three or four times
the size Of New  Westminster.
In addition to this a new thrlty-
three toot buffet with all up-to-date
accessories will be located along the
Alexander street side; a cement base-
men, will be built beneath he hotel
proper, new plumbing Installed With
tiled flooring, enamelled baths, etc..
_ fact, he alms to have everything
strictly sanitary throughout The
plan8 for the extensive alterat ona
Ue been worked out under Mr. Cur-
ran'B personal supervision; his long
experience in the hotel business en-
Stag him to judge as to the partau.
lar   needs   of   the   travelling   pubic.
,',���,   ..lass   fronts   will   bs   bull    In,
2d, handsome rotuna and office with
���    modern fixtures placed on the Co-
'J,, and Alexander street corner o
ti,.   building.   The rooms will all ne
'&     shed'and redecorated In updo
late style, thus insuring every com-
t  if,',    Mr. Curran formerly
Snduct, Hotel Winnipeg a. Win-
ineTMan, and but recently disposed
'Vis wo hotel properties, the Ma-
't, f and The Windsor to Moose
..    ��sk     lie  is  enthusiastic  o\ei
s-ssjs'iS.'ss.'s
J J all lines ef business, as well
' nceasnp   the   value   of   abutting
, X    It Is Mr. Oman's inten-
,n to have this work done by local
a In so far ns possible.
Members of City   Lodges  Attend   Divine   Service   at   St.   Andrew's
���Special Sermon and Hymns.
Thi ninety-first anniversary of the
founding of the independent Order ol
Odd i ell iws was celebrated in a lilting manner yesterday by the lodges
in the city. Royal City Lodge No. 3,
Amitj Lodge No. 27, Harmony Bn-
eanii mi ill No. 2 and Canton New
V" " tster No. 1 paraded last night
to B Andrew's Pr< abyterlan church.
The members of the canton were
dressed ln new uniforms, which made
their public appearance in New W< st-
mlnstei foi the lirst time since the Inception of the lodge. The canton was
under the command of Lieutenant-
Colonel ('. S. Keith and Chevalier F.
A. Johns.
Man: ol the members of theBeulah
Robukah Lodge No. 5 were also present at the service.
Banners, bearing the symbols of the
order, were hung around the organ
and on the walls of the church.
The sermon was preached by Uev.
B. D. Thompson, paste of the Sapperton Presbyterian church, who is
member of the order.
He took as his text the story of the
Good Samaritan, which was read in
the lesson. During the sermon he
made no direct references to the Odd
Fellows, but bis discourse was on the
aims and principles of the order, love,
friendship and truth.
He explained exhaustively thc m an-
ing of the parable, which was not allegorical in any way, but a plain illustration of tlie proper appreciation of
the word charity. The parable was
used by Christ to illustrate where the
Pharisees went wrong in their interpretation of the ten commandments.
"Love thy neighbor as thyself" was
a simple command and yet the Pharisees, by a wrong interpretation of the
word neighbor, wen- in the habi< of
denying aid and charity to those in
distress who were not of their own
race.
The speaker went on to the modern
application of the principle set forth
in the parable. He had no patience
with the man who could say of one
in distress, "He brought it on himself": "It is Ids own fault." That was
not tlie spirit of Christian charity.
Succor first and then the lecture, or
succor without the lecture, but by-
all means succor and that as soon as
asked for.
He touched slightly on the racial
question. "There are people who regard others as being their slaves or
chattels because they are of a darker
color, or because they aie poor," said
the preacher, "but that was not the
spirit shown by the Good Samaritan,
and should not be the spirit shown
today by those who profess to Christianity.'
The hymns and prayers were selected especially for the occasion and
the offering was taken up by four
members of the order.
WILL TOI B. C. TO
TIGHT WHITE PIAGUE
Campaign Against Consumption to be Waged by Dr.
forter and Others.
MINERS CRUtf, MAN
BELIEVED A SPY
Dr. George D. Porter, formerly of
Toronto, and now secretary of I ie
Canadian Association for thc Prevention of Tuberculosis, will make a tour
of the province, speaking on the greal
subject of the light against the White
plague. Dr. Porter Is at present in
Vancouver.
Dr. Fagan, the provincial organizer
of the society, was in New Westminster yesterday, lie said that Dr. Porter would go with him to Victoria
about Wednesday. From there a general campaign embracing all tbe important points in the province will be
planned and a series of lectures will
he given. The date for the meeting
In Xew Westminster will be announced later.
Yesterday was Tuberculosis Sunday
in the United States, more than fifty
thousand sermons from as many pui-
pits being preached in support of the
anti-tuberculosis war. ln Seattle
alone yesterday from 150 pnlplts appeals for assistance in the great work
were made.
It has been estimated that in the
United States, 200,000 lives yearly are
given up to satisfy tbe demands of
the most terrible disease of modern
times. Tlie campaign now being
carried on is primarily educational.
The men at the head of the movement
claim that the great majority of cases
of tuberculosis are tlie result of ignorance as to its causes.
Horrible Punishment Meted
Out to Slav Workman���
Died After Rescue.
FFIENCH CANADIAN   PARTY.
Montreal, April 'Jl.���Mr. Rlondin,
M, P. for Cbamplaln, speaking at a
meeting held at Coleau Landing today advocated the formation of a
French-Canadian party from the province of Quebec at Ottawa on the same
l!nes as the Irish party at Westminster.
HALLEK'S COMET SEEN
BK SEATTLE WATCHER
Prof. J. E. Gould Tried to Photograph
It, but  Failed on  Account of
Morning   Light.
Seattle. April 24.���Professor J. E.
Gould, of the depaitment of astron-
lomy and mathematics at the University of Washington, early yesterday
j morning got the first glimpse in Seattle of Halley's comet through the
six -inch telescope in tbe university observatory.
Ile made two drawings of tbe celestial   visitor  and  attempted  to  photo-
i graph it, but tiie early dawn light was
| too strong and dimmed the glow of
; the comet.
"The comet Is about 20 degrees
' north of Venus in the morning sky,"
' said Professor Gould yesterday. "It
| arises two minutes later than Venus."
\ Venus rises in tbe southeast and ls
: a brilliant object. It has b?en mistaken
for the comet by watchers on several
occasions during the past few days.
Admires Canadian Exhibit.
Brussels, April 24.���The Brussels
Universal and International exhibition
was opened yesterday by bis majesty
Ihe king. On arrival he alighted from
his carriage In front of the Canadian
Pacific pavilion and expressed bis admiration of its architectural beauty
and magnificent site, the colored
sculptured friezes on the pavilion being especially pleasing to him.
DUTCH CAPITAL
COMING TO WEST
Holland Agriculturist Thinks
Canadians Should Not
Concentrate on Wheat.
Wheeling,  W.  Va.,  April  24. ��� X.
crown of thorns pressed upon his
brow, a spike driven through hla hand,
and his body bruised ami ble-ding
from stones which had bei n hurli d at
him while he bun;; upon a cross,
George Rablsh, a Slav, was found yesterday. When rescued from the cross,
Rablsh was in such a terrible condition that he died in agony several
hours after being taki n to a hospital.
Tbe story is one of punishment
meted out by foreigners on a countryman whom they accuse of treachery.
Rablsh was employed at the mines
of the Pittsburg & Washington Coal"
company at Avella. Pa., a small mining town on the Wheeling & Lake-
Krie road in Washington County, Pa.,
just over the West Virginia line. It
is claimed by tbe other workmen that
Rablsh acted as a spy for the company and that as a result several of
his fellow workmen were discharged.
Friday afternoon Rablsh wns taken
from the mines by a gang of drunken
foreigners to the edge of town, where
he was beaten. He was rescued by
the constables and four of his per-
secutors were placed in Jail anl
given heavy fines by a justice of the-
peace. !   ' > r
Early Saturday morning Rablsh was
dragged from his bed, taken to the
same spot and stripped of his clothing. A crown of thorns was procured
and pressed upon Ids bead until the
blood coursed down over his body. A.
large hole was dug in the ground and
an improvised cross of mine timbers;
was constructed. To this Rablsh was
bound hand and foot, and one large-
nail was driven through the pilm of
his left hand.
Then stones wer-5 burled at the suffering man, and the crowd danced and
jeered about the b )dy. Beer and
whisky were consumed, and this enraged the men all the more. Rablsh
would soon have nut death on the
cross had not Superintendent Boggs
arrived, accompanied by officers.
Rablsh was cut down from the cross
in a semi-conscious condition, and in
spite of good medical attention died
of pain and exposure. The men, when
interfered with, showed fight, and several shots were fired.
Four were finally captured. Great
excitement prevails here.
Officials Declare Story Untrue.
Avella, Pa., April 24.���The weircT
story of the crucifixion of a Slav
which has been published as hiving
taken place at the hands of employees of the Pittshu'-g nnd Washington Coal companies' works here?
is absolutely groundless, according to
Justice W. W. Wrlghtmann, Mine Superintendent Boggs and the county-
sheriff.
Smallpox on Shio.
New York. Anril  24.���The    Ol.-'err-
burg, which arrived today from Bremen, was delayed at quarantine with
one case of small-pox on board.
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Halifax, April 24. ��� A meeting of
miners from the Drummond and Acadian Coal companies at Westvllle and
Stellarton was held last night at West-
vllle to consider joining the United
Mine Workers of America. The meeting numbered between two and four
hundred miners ancl an unanimous de
cislon was reached to go out in a
body.
A large proportion of tlie men at
the   meeting   were.   Invited   Into  the
U. M. W., and the U. M. W. people
say that by next. Saturday, when an-
| other meeting is to be held, nearly all
I the miners in the towns of Stellarton
land Westvllle will have joined.    The
'new  order   will   demand   recognition
j from the companies, but the leaders
', in tiiis movement disclaim all inten-
itlon of a strike; they say they hope
! there will be none.    There are about
I nine hundred mine, s, all told, at the
two centres.
Winnipeg, April 24.���Professor Man-
sholt, of the famous Dutch Agricultural college of Groningen and A. H.
Hartevelt, a capitalist of Rotterdam,
arrived In Winnipeg last night.
The professor, who Is one of    the
greatest authorities on farming subjects In a country which ln some lines
of agricultural work  has no    rivals,
had  much interesting    comment    to
make on Canadian methods.    He has
visited   Guelph  and   MacDonald    colleges   and Ottawa    farm,    and    he
thought the two institutions were excellent, though their aim is very different fro mthose of Holland.     The
training imparted to the young Dutch
man is moie theoretical and less prac i
tlcal than that of the Canadian agri-
cultural      student.       The     practical |
part of his calling the Dutchman ex- ,
pects to learn on the farm.   He has to
be  very  thoroughly  trained  BClentlfl- j
cally   because   the farming   Is   inten- j
slve.    The professor thought that the I
Canadian farmer should fol ow mixed
farming  more  than    he    does.    He
though that    more    permanent    employment for the employees and work
for the idle hours In the winter woulft
be provided if the farmers    of    the
west, while producing as much wheat
as  possible, bred poultry,  hogs,  and
ran their dairies.    Mr, Hartevelt, the
professor's  friend,    has    a    farm  at
Claresbolme,   Southern   Alberta, and
his Dutch hands have made a great
success of a dairy in addition to tha
wheat fields.   Tlie visitor claims that
tbe famous Dutch Freston dairy catile
would be an Ideal breed for Canada.
Tbey are at present excluded on account of the diseases that they formerly had.    But this had been stamped
out. many years ago. and there was
no reason why the Dominion should
not  reap the benefit of the greatest
slock In the world.    The pedigree of
the Fresian herds goes back for five
hundred years.
Mr. Hartvelt comes as the representative of wealthy Dutch capitalists
and proposes to purchase many thousands of acres. He says that Canada is at present unknown in Holland, but he considers there Is an admirable outlet for Dutch capital, and
has very large projects In view.
Mr. Hartevelt has visited Canada
on previous occasions, nn.1 declares
he is more enthusiastic every time.
BETTER RAILWAY SERVICE
FOR CHAUTAUQUA OF PACIFIC
G    N.   R.     Western     Superintendent
O'Neill   Promises   Improvements
Sought by Park Promoters.
Western Superintendent of Uie
Great Northern Hallway J. H. O'Neill
spent some time in the city on Saturday, when he was interviewed by
A. E. White. T. S. Annandale, of thi*
city, and B. W. Leeson, cf Vancouver,
with reference to better service and
accommodation and cheaper rates to
Ocean Park, White Rock and Crescent.
After listening to the arguments advanced, Mr. O'Neill promised that alt
���rains would sop at Ocean Park from
the middle of May on, and that in
the meantime a station will be built.
A number of other concessions were
granted by the superintendent, including commutation rates.
The proposal to make Ocean Park a
pleasure resort is advancing rapidly,
a large gang of men now being at
work clearing the two hundred acres
of land which will in the future form
the Chautauqua of the Pacific coast.
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4> Wage Seal:  Signed. ���
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��� Philadelphia, April 24.���After ���
��� being in session until midnight ���
��� last night, the coal  operators ���-
��� and miners of the central Penn- ���
��� sylvania    bituminous    district ���
��� signed a wage scale agreement ���
!��� to hold good for two years ���
| ��� from  April   1.       The   miners ���
��� maintained their contention Ior ���
��� an Increase in wages, but re- ���
��� linquished some of their ie- ���
1 ��� mands for less important quc��- ���
��� tions. ������
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DOGS TRAINED FOR DEFENCE.
WANTED.
Interesting Methods by Which Animals
Are   Trained   in   Belgium.
Brussels, April 2 .���A very interest-
WA.N'TKD���GIRL     FOR     GENERAL   ing congress lias just taken place in
housework.    Apply 403 George St.     i ]5russeis Jn connection with the com-
1VANTED���WIDOW, MIDDLE A.GED,  petition  for dogs trained for the de-
energetic, requires employment;  in   fence of their master and his property
light business preferred; all or part and for police dogs.
day.    Apply   H.,  P.  O.  Box  29. The program under discussion was
 1 divided  into  two  sections,    that  for
WANTED ��� GARDENING OH JOB- dogs privately trained for the defenee
bing by sturdy young man. Wages 0f their master and his property, and
moderate.    Apply  W. Johnson, Col- j that  for police  dogs.    In the former
onial Hotel.    Phone 39.       j    section clogs of all kinds are used and
! the   mailer   of  training   is   individual
ind according to the owner's personal
New Advertisements
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
BURNABY SNAPS���3 3-4 acres cleared;   District   Lot   136    for   $2,000; j
$1,000  cash,  balance 6,   12  and   18
months at 0 per cent.
WANTED TO RENT���GENTLEMAN|
wants one or two rooms with private family. Not far from library.
Modern house preferred. Box D83,
Postofflce.
WANTED���TENDERS FOR SLASH-
ing about eight acres ou Tenth avenue and Armstrong street. Particulars, apply S. Fader, city, or
Walker llros., Edmonds.
BURNABY���2 largo lots near city c.t
line. Price $260 each; % cash,
balance $10 per month.
WANTED���FIRST   CLASS   TA1LOR-
idea. Iiolgium has an unenviable notoriety in the matter of crime (probably due to its lax punishments) and
a solitary pedestrian in a lonely, unfrequented neighborhood has often a
poor chance even in daylight unless
armed.
At night even the outskirts of the ;
towns   and   villages  are   unsafe,   and
this is why so  many men whose oc-  CITY A 66 foot lot on  Royal avenue
BURNABY���2
ond    street.      An    idea
Price   $300   each;   easy  terms
BRENING & COMPANY
General Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Rooms  5  and   6.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie Streets.
Phone  686
SURREY.
Section 35, Block 6 N., Range 3 W.;
!'.S7 acres���510 feet to Ladner road.
Price $315 per acre.
acre.
4 acre  lots near Sec ,
ideal     location.   SO Acres ln Sec'  1U;   ?10�� pel'
3 1-3 Acres;  $1,000 the piece.
About 2 acres in Sec. 30; $1,650.
-10 Acres in Sec. 33; $360 per acre.
i,n Acres in Sec. 36; $-'75 per acre.
40 Acres in Sec. G; facing coast Mere-
dian road; $275 per acre.
160 Acres in Sec. 34, Tp. 8;  $45 pel-
acre.
BURNABY���$100 cash and $15 per
month buys a fine large lot on
Third avenue near city car line.
cupatlons oblige them to face the risk
ess. Apply A. S. Neilson. Sixtli j of attack train their dogs to defend
street.    Enter by Cunningham hall. I them.    This idea has enormously de- i
~  SIX TO EIGHT ROOMED j veloPed of lat<> years ~ ��cISh>��'. and
WANTED
cottage; fully modern; close in;
good location. Write P. O. Box 176,
City. ______^____
WANTED���TO RENT ONE OH TWO
pleasant furnished rooms or small
furnished house by married couple.
Address A. B., this office.
STA11LE MANURE HAULED AWAY
regularly, the whole year round.
Arrange with B. C. Nurseries, P. O.,
Citv.
FOR  SALE.
MTTHT iu.- t;ni n OTTTOK���TWO I OTS ! rof"SP to accePt food from an>'
MUST BE SOLD QUICK 1 WO LOI B although their master mav not be
In   Sapperton      Fine   view   looking J ^..^ ^^
competitive trials are now numerous.
[which with their good prizes and the
j hish sums for which trained dogs are
often   sold     greatly    encourage    the
I bleeding of suitable dogs.
Many men in Brussels keep a clog
I solely as a defence for going to and
from work, and on any large vacant
, space of ground one is sure to find
] some man training bis dog with this
purpose in view.
The dogs used solely for defence
and police dogs, of whom is required
a more subtle intelligence, must, for
their own safety learn certain lessons
in common.   For instance, they must
one,
prcs-
Price  $1,500;   $500 cash,  balance 6
and 12 months.
CITY���6-roomed modern house on
large lot on Fourth avenue and
facing on car line. A beautiful
home.    Price $3,500;   easy terms.
SAPPERTON���Lot 76, Blk. 24, S. B.
4. Price $450; $200 cash; 6, 12 and
IS months.
LANGLEY���On the Surrey line; 80
acres, the west % of the S. E. '.'.
of Sec. 34, Tp. 8. $S0 per acre;
easy terms.
down the bill and close to new
scliool. Price $375 each. $200 cash
handles both lots���balance easy.
Miller & Jewhurst, Brokers. Room
7, Thompson Block.    Phone 669.
FOR      SALE  ���   SPEED     LAUNCH
"Vite." 33 feet long, 4 feet fi inches
Another item settled on the program
was the height of the jumps required
of the dogs. Both defence and police
dogs must be able to jump a fence
boarding at least seven feet high, with
a maximum ordinarily of eight feet,
though some dogs can jump nearly
ten feet. With a ditch of over seven
feet to take flrst the dogs must be at
setber with dynamo. In flrst class least three feet high, and the animals,
working order. Speed 14 miles per | which jump at the word of command,
hour.    To  be   seen  at   our  docks,   must come back over the obstacle the
instant they are called.
beam;  fully equipped with 16 H. P.
four-cylinder   "Cowie"   engine,   to-
LANGLEY ��� 160 acres, the S. W.
V.. of Sec. 16, Tp. 10, having 2,500,-
000 feet of good fir timber. Only
45 per acre; easy terms.
LANGLEY���160 acres of fine fruit
land, the N. W. V4 of Sec. 14,
Tp. 10. Price $15 per acre; $2,300
cash; 1. 2, 3 and 4 years.
LANGLEY���80 acres, the N. i/2 of the
S. E. i.i of Sec. 10. Tp. 10. Ten
acres cleared. Price $35 per acre;
$1,000 cash, balance $500 a year
until paid.
Front street. The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
FOR SALE���SINGER SEWING MA-
chine, almost new; Dresser, Bed
Lounge, Rocking Chair, Table and
other household effects. Apply at
Room  34, Burr block.
FOR SALE���CHEAP FOR CASH. A
200-egg Petaluma incubator in good
condition.    Apply  H. I., this office.
FOR    SALE -
- WHITE    LEGHORN
eggs;
single
comb; good strain; flve
cents
each
Samuel    Wilkinson,
Sixth
street.
East Burnaby.
FOR SALE���TWENTY CORDS OF
wood.    Apply S. J. News Office.
FOR QUICK SALE���34-FOOT PAN-
eled counter, with 3 foot solid fir
top .at $2 per foot, Apply to Herbert
P. Vidal, Custom Broker, Market
Square, City.
FOR SALE���FOUR ROOMED COT-
tage; lot 50x132 cleared, fenced;
one block east of Twelfth Street
car. Price $1,400, terms. Apply,
Owner, 1024 Tenth Avenue.
Small ranch near Sapperton; 3 acres
in orchard: balance light clearing.
Price $3,550; terms $1,000 cash, balance 6,  12,  18 and  24  months.
TO RENT���7-roomed house near the
corner of Tenth street and Fourth
avenue; $30 per month.
Real Estate
vs.
Mortgages
TO RENT ��� 4-roomed house and 5
cleared lots suitable for gardening;
$15 per month.
WILSON, COOK  &  CO.
Office:   Northern  Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone  646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
for one or two ,adies, close to car.
615 Hamilton street, city.
TO RENT ��� COMFORTABLY FUR-
nisbed bedroom. Apply 713 Trew
street, city.
FOR  RENT.
TO LET���SIX-ROOMED COTTAGE.
Vacant May 1. Rent $23. Apply
221 Hartco Street, evenings, between  6 and  7.
Some of our shrewd clients
are beginning to feel that outside property is now nearly
as high as it is worth. They say
that the old stock exchange
axiom is good wllich says "Sell
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
6   Lots   near   Orphanage;   $2,700;   i/4
cash, balance (I, 12 and 18 monlhs.
8-Roomed house near Fourth avenue
and Third street; $2,200; terms
over 2 years.
FOR RENT���HOUSE AND FOUR
Lots in Burnaby, near car line.
Five rooms and bathroom, pantry,
��tc. Rents $12 per month. May
lease for six monthe if tenant
suits. Apply to P. Peebles, C20 Columbia Street.
FOR RENT���HOUSE AND 4 LOTS
In Burnaby, near car Ine, 5 rooms
and bath room, pantry, etc. Rents
for $12 per month. May lcas.j for
6 months if tennent suit's.
FARM TO RENT ��� Tl ENT OR
lease by the month or year, small
farm at Sunbury, good house and
barn; easy terms. Apply v., tuls
ofiice.
FOR EXCHANGE���FIVE ROOMED
House and lot in Vancouver, value
$2000, for house and lot in New
Westminster. Apply, Box P. R.
News Office.
LOST.
.LOST ��� A LONG BROWN KID
glove, in Sixth or Columbia streets.
Finder please return to Daily News
Office.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABUSHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
���JE8ERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches   throughout   Canada   and
Newfoundland, and in   London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
V. S. A., and Mexico City.   A general
���banking    business   transacted.     Letters of Credit Issued,   available with
���correspondents In    all parts of    the
-world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
���received In sums of $1 and upward,
���nd Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
Annum (present rate).
Tota.'. Assets over $168,000,000.00.
JHEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,    i
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
>   when   everyone   wants   them;
buy when no one wants them."
They have figured out that they
have done pretty well by real
estate    and    are   now   buying
mortgages. They say that seven
to eight per cent, is good for
such high class, gilt edged security���In fact there is no security better than a mortgage
on improved real estate which
has withstood  all the  scrutiny
given  morgages    which  passes
through our hands.   They   feel
that    with     such      mortgages
they can sleep pretty comfortably���no anxiety as  to a possible drop ln value.
If real estate has done well
for you, or if you are for any
reason looking for the greatest security in investment, it
will pay you to see us and
talk over the matter. Our
knowledge is at your disposal
without charge. Years of experience and study of financial
matters of all kinds fit us to
speak with some degree of authority.
One acre beautifully situated corner
Fourteenth street and Sixtli avenue;
cleared; small cottage; good terms.
Subdivide this.
2    Lots,    London    street;    close    to
Twelfth street; $500 each; terms.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie Streets.
Phone 680.
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster Phone F507
Acreage  and  half acres;   near tram.
Easy terms.    South Westminster.
Five and two acre blocks and
offs.    Easy terms.
cu'.-
35 City Lots. Scott Road station.
$150, third cash, balance 6, 12, and
18 months.
15 Acre farm; well stocked and in
good cultivation; with furniture
and equipment.   Easy terms.
120  Acres;   $200 per acre;   close in.
Good terms.
15 Acres; all under crop; 6 cows,
horses and equipment; $5000; $2000
cash, remainder on terms.
132 Feet on Columbia street, New
Westminster; excellent view; double corner, with residence.
Two excellent lots; North Vancouver;
double corner; $100 cash, balance to
suit.
Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd.
T.   R.   PEARSON,
Manager  N.  W.  Branch.
40 ft. Waterfront ; three minutes from
the bridge;  $50 per foot.
APPLY���
A.  G.   MARSHALL,
Real Estate Office. Phone F. 507
South Westminster.
Guichon Hotel
Newest
and   Most  Up-to-Date   Hotel
in the City.
Cafe Adjoins.     First Class Service.
Columbia St.
New Westminster.
Phone 18.
FOR FIRST CLASS
JOB PRINTING
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
739   FRONT  ST.,  WINDSOR   BLOCK
proprietress. Mrs. M. Dominy.
S. W. M Sec. 34, Tp. 7; $15 per acre.
G2 Acres in Sec. 36 on Townline Rd.
good buy.
LANGLEY.
N. W. -A Sec. 5, Tp. 11; 48 acres;
30 acres cleared; good house and
all improvements. The buy includes
furniture and everything on the
the place. Price $0,100; $2,500
cash, balance arranged.
AT THE HOTELS
Russell.
Robert Clark, Langley Prairie.
L>. Young, Barnet.
A. Unmet, IJarnet.
W. T. Fay, Jefferson. Wis.
A. S. Sheehan, St. John.
Miss Coburn,  Victoria.
I). P. Wright, Port Moody.
E. W. Pollock, Seattle.
W. K. McCarter, Seattle.
R. P. Judge, Seattle.
Fred Mackenzie, Truro.
P, R. Mcintosh, Wlnnl) eg.
J. L. Burke und wile, Spokane,
H. J. Pendlebury, Toronto.
Windsor.
C. Walker, Strawberry Hill,
B. McCallum, Abbotsford.
W. Jardine, Cloverdale.
D. Saunders,  Gravenliurst.
G. Ludwlg, Clayburn.
W. Williamson, Clayburn.
W. c. Bowman, Abbotsford.
J. P. McIJane, Seattle.
M.  Myers. Seattle.
E. J. Campbell, Chilliwack.
Miss Campbell, Chilliwack.
RICH M LECTURES
HEIRS IN %
Admonition is: ��p
Yourself at Home;
Go to Europe."
San Francisco
enjoy yourself
Vpril 24._-Ll|
wwng i|le
know,   but   don't   ; ,  |()
the parting admi ��� ;,,��� lo . j
given by Jefferson :. jameB J
lionalre cattleman, whose ll
filed with the com , vrk v,
In a little homily ,,��� (|uifl
proper way to conduct the cattt
ness, Mr. Jefferson points
warning is not due i.
sion to Europe, bul
of the fact that il is be
Jl'Sl
LULU   ISLAND.
Lol  41, Hlock 11, Four North Range.
Six W, 4. N. 6 W., Group 1; 5 acres.
$500 per acre.
Range 6, Lots 10 and 17, Sec. 32 E.;
lo acres;  $300 per acre.
BURNABY.
I1', Acres, corner of Royal Oaks road
and Glen road. Lot 19, Hlock 82;
I-:; cleared and fenced; $800 per
acre; $1,000 cash, balance easy
terms.
CITY
Lot 8 and Northerly 10 of Subdivision
5 in Lot 8 In Block 10, Group 1. New
nine-roomed bouse with modern improvements; -1-stalled barn; good
garden with fruit trees. On Seventh street between Fifth and Sixth
avenues. Price $4,750; casli $1,750,
balance easy terms.
TSSningITco^
General  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
Rooms  5  and  6.
Merchants  Bank   Building,
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets
Phone 686.
A. G. MARSHALL,
South Westminster Pho.ie F507
SNAPS IN WATERFRONTS.
160 acres  of good  land  under  crop,
v,ii.ii so chains 0! Htfttwtrwti Pri?.
onl>r $500 per acre,  on  terms.
14 acres excellent land with house
and buildings, with 21 chains waterfrontage. Railway through property.    Price  $8000, quarter cnsh.
out t|
'tiny spec/J
0 i>is dii]
"ertoj
fatted calf yourself and gettg
it,  than  to com.'  home "i,roki
, have somebody i h .. k||] j,
'���     "Don't be mean," he adds "bul
pay my employees any more t
, being paid now.   Spi nd your mm
place it In commission, has surprised | this country.   Buy and build nW
deuces, and enjoj       . self amoi
Reservoir a Surprise.
Victoria, April 24.���The Victoria ci y
reservoir, condemned as nol    watertight and upon which it was estimated
$ lu.ooo   would   have   to   he   Spent    to
the officials by holding water without
a trace of a leak, tbe reservoir has
hi en filled to a depth of nine feet, at
which deptli last spring a leakage of
100,000 gallons a day developed.
Get  Poor  Hearing.
London,  April  21.���Severs
recent    meetings    of    tlie
pioneers
disorder.
people you know.    The divide
tbe small  stockholdi      will ;iS|
the support of theli | imilles.
"Buy and keep I lie i rich stock
its full capacity; turn everythlnl
meat, beef,  veal or i ork and
into money through the ']
James left an esi |
000.   He at one time had a foi tu
of    the
mperlal
lave broken up with    much   $10,000,000, but, moi
The orators have been un-   was distributed ami ng his beirsl
ible to obtain a hearing. to bis death.
THE  AltfGftZfAfc
^ourinc* <2omparv/
St.E
160 acres nearby all cultivated, exc l-
lent land, waterfrontage North Arm,
near city.
40 acres,  with  waterfront.
Good terms.
Sunbury.
One   acre   waterfront,    quarter   mile
from Lulu Island bridge.
40  feet  waterfront,    three    minutes
from bridge.   $50 per foot.
Apply for terms.
A. G. MARSHALL,
Estate Office.
South Westminster Phone F507
Opera  House,  Saturday, April  30.
Surrey! Surrey!
Close to Hjorth Road on Clover Valley Road;
G. N. Railway passes through property; close
to Tynehead Station, Sawmill and Brickyard.
25 Acres at
3-acre blocks.
per acre.    Sub-divided into
Cheapest buy in this section.
Only $3000 Cash required, balance very easy.
National Finance Company, Ltd.
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 515   -   Curtis Block  -   657 Columbia St.
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25,
1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Ley China
Utware
^jllOOKWBIIJI IS IkAWLING   iIJUTtUMAN WALKS !
TO CAPITAL OF STATES!       FOB ��12,000 WAGEH
CHARCOT DOB fINE
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dren   in Virginia���May  Have
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Newspaper
Shoes
SHOEING
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Writer    Wears    Wooden
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I WOOD   WORK,  AND 5
Explorer Details Results of I R��pA1R1NG  0F   ALL %
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VICTOR   A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6, Guichon Building.
Phone  681
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625 Columbia  Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. C.
And   at   336   Hastings   St..   W.
Vancouver, B. C.     Phone 3550
.lumbia Street-
Westminster, B. C.    j
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SPECIALS
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Furni-
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the  receni   v.  ��� i  dig-
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IMMIGRATION   LIKELY
TO EXCEED MILLION
Washington, April 24.���According to
pi ( sen! indie itions, li [migration to
lhe United States for the fiscal i
L910 wlll reach the million mar., lf
tl e record for the first nine mi i
<if ti,.' year I i otaim d. The arrivals for March we ��� ' "���' i 15 ai 11 ir the
Bi bi  nine monl l      r
19,    !'  has bi  n  i  veral    years
since the Immigration li".;������< s ri
the millioi        k, thi hi
1907, whi ��  1, ad
mitti d to   ��� ed Stal
Of the i tn n i ������
ted during Man li  110,207 ������'
and  .'   ' 0  ��   re femali s.    Of   thee
g i io ���..    ���  Ge man; 31,80(5 -
thi   bo il    of 1   ly; 2,2 i3 wi i   Polish
:��� i.i 5,1      ������ ,������������ G   ek.
ENGLISHMEN ADOPTING
U.S. STYLE OF TROUSERS
Li ndon, April 2' ���Tl   <   the    Eng-
.   beglnn ng to be in-
i .   is  indicate i i'l ���nl un the new< st.
n Editor Vincent, of The
,nuary
1909.    Dr.  Charcot,  accompanied  by
three companions set out in a launch
to find i etter anchorage, ami discovered a harbor on Petermann island.
Afti r bringing the Pourquol Pas ;
round to the spot, Dr. Charcot, with
two companions, started on a recon-
'."'!; noite:ii:;' trip, taking neither food nor
'"ul ohan i : ciothing, intending to re-
turn tl e Ban e day. Ice blocked their
path ; nd boow tell and cut them off jj
for three  davs.    On  the  fourth  day.   J^J?
Cloverdale
To go to work at once
hour.    Apply immediately
30 cents per
half dead with cold and hunger, they
resoh   i  to make a  last  at empt to
the   Bhlp,  and   heard   the  sin 0
Pourquol Pas screaming through
ssam raving to.
Columbia St., City.
Vincent, of The u""lllJ",iia" ������
Cuttei   one ol the highest Dieting the map made by
t,���.i.,i mottare Fi' nch e | I di ion.    A  lai
reach
of the
From Pel  rmann island the expedition hi aded snath along the coast com-
. -  ,...  Q  j,rovinus
For   soring  plants  or  cut  flowers, j
Phone Davies' Greenhouse. R208.
E.M.Centcross&Co
Real Estate
Insurance, Loans, Conveyancing
Notaries Public
Surrey Farm  Lands a Specialty
Local Agents'.
Cloverdale  Improvement  Co.,
Ltd., and F.J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
Cloverdale, li. C.     L. D. Phone.
I
i n sartorial inaner.,.
'   ��� well-dressed man," he says, "is
:  .1 new pattern lounge suit. It
has bn .. ! I ipels like a frock coat, but
is Bingle-breasted and cut low,  with
two buttons, and the one at the
line is worn fastened.
"Silver   pray   is    the    fashionable
French expedition. A large bay was
found and named Matha Hay. Adelaide island was measured and found t)
be seventy miles long, inslead of eight,
as previously charted. South of Adelaide island a great gulf was discovered in a region never before seen or
explored.    The vessel   entered   and
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"Silver   gray   is    the    fashionable   "i""1""     ���
le ;.: I the trousers are cut pegtop moored to the Pacific.
���   ������' ��� outre the old-      liere  tllc>  expeditlo
IKD'-EY
IliEW WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
bnt 13. Office. Eighth  St
-SEATTLE  MAN  LOST IN
TOMB OF ANCIt
tt,   They are not quite tbe old-
loned  pegtop style, but are only
itly  full  at the   top   and    slope
gracefully down until they are tight
a;  the ankle.
"All of which shows a distinct ten-.
v.   American   style���an
Interestlni ersal  of the  order  of
INDIAN PTllNCE PLANS
A   VISIT   TO   AMERICA
NT DEAD v"'"" % irk, April 24.���The Mahara-
i:'. Gaekwar, Sir Baya]i Kao 111., of
the Independent State of Baroda in
' . stern India, is to be one of Ameri-
i . distinguished visitors tins sum-
Mi ���i
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Phone 667.   m.i
AND
I
Vm.K. PAPCR'ANGERS
PECORATORS.
l&Ui-..:-. " Second ;
iti: .  streets.
Ikwjbri: -       B
tyij Electric Work
��� ��� ..,   \-,. ��� ..-������.     Throne;]
out one entire nlghl A. J. McC mrt, a
young man of Si ittle, cas uisuiigwoutu  ,	
in the li ti i       of the largest pyri    ; He wlll arrive in N'ew York on
at  Cairo, Egypt, groping his way In June 15, accompanied by the Mahar-
an effort to find the opening where he anl and the   Chota    Maharani,    her
i md i  co   ���   ���    i      d i ��� ti i  d liter with their suites.
McCouri returned yesterday en   the     ';' e Gaekwar is coming from Yoko-
llner Chlyo Maru from a year's tour ot  hai i thi  Pacific to Vancouver,
the world.   It  was In a spirit of fun  where he will land on .lime 5, travel-
nd ad re, he declares, that  he ling through Canada to Niagara Falls
| and ; a enteri ���', the 1 v""' v'"'lf  "p F
n i I me night with a lighted candle. Tie ��� b ame losl In thi labyrinth ol Irregular room ��� ipart-
ments i I 'heir
way out thi they walked miles in
and out of the i ��� I
weie finally found by Arabs
II V anauu tu .....
i N'ew York. He speaks
lish   fluently   and frequently   has
d   admiration   for   American
women as the most attractive in the
w ii Id.
Next to the Nizam of Hyderabad,
the t ekwar is the most powerful na-
tlve ruler in India.
pcLlghl surpi ase. the Coal Oil
(IPatiil Gas,   L'i    b li bs and gives I
hubie.  See      about the lighting i
l��r house oi i tore.
UtthSt. Phone 30-1
Here the expedition was involved
for four days in a continual struggle
With vast masses of ice, which every
moment threatened to crush the ship.
Dr. Charcot says it is a miracle the
vessel escaped. An iceberg collapsed
beside it, and only a quick turn of
the helm saved the ship, ln spite of
incessant peril from the ice, 120 miles
of the coast was charted.
After two attempts a passage was
made to Alexander I. Land, which was
charted, but to Dr. Charot's despair
the expedition could not winter there.
The land was guarded by one sheer
icccliff,   with   neither   shelter   or   an-
chorage,
"One cannot imagine what the icebergs and pack ice are like in this
region," he says.
Electric Light Used.
There was nothing for it but to re
turn to Petermann island. Winter
quarters were installed as comfortably
as possible, numerous observatoi ies
b( Ing established, furnished with elec
trie light.
An Important discovery was made
of a chain of new islands south and
wesi of Alexander I. Land in unlikely
surroundings, but pack iee prevented
the expedition from nearlng them
Peter I. Land was reached, and after this the Icebergs became innumerable,  more  than  5,000 being  met  in
' less   than   a   week.    Thick   fog   i re
vented  the watch  from seeing more
than  twenty  yards ahead,  and  wind
gusts blew incessantly.   Nevertheless
126  longitude west, was reached, but
the coal being exhausted and several
of   the   party   being     alarmingly   ill
from scurvy, the Pourquol Pas return
ed north ten days later entering the
Straits of Jlagelian. ^^^^
'    Dr. Charcot declares that his crew
were "perfect."
NEST  OF   MOURNING   DOVE.
CCS
A block of 10 lots in Sapperton. Price $225 per lot. One
third cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
A block of 18 full sized lots in
Burnaby, beautiful view.
$450 each.   Terms to suit the
Sold singly or en
block
purchaser.
Was
Hood   triend   always
��� [yon deposit  vour money for
I safety in The Bank of Toronto
J*11' be 8nfe while 5'0U ,C!lV(J
Und rea:   when you need It,
"til II  will be
hllTheTime
earning f0r M���, ti,ree per cent.
k[m**' Small or large sums
"toy lie deposited at any time.
80   BRANCHES
Ontario,
Quebec   and   the
West.
. .$4,000,000
4,750,000
WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
J- liracey, Mgr,
Is the Cream of Investments
17 large lota situated in the choicest part of Surrey, South Westminster-The ideal suburban homesite.
Price $150 per lot. Must be sold
en block; adj lining property is
selling at $250 per lot.
The Above is a Money Maker
SCOTT ROAD
|" The Gateway of the Delta"
1.0 acres in se3tion 25.   153 acres in section 18.
165 acres in section 18,   120 acres in section 12.
All the above are on the Scott Road and the
prices range from $110 to $150 per acre.
See us for full particulars.
List With Us. We Are Sure Sellers.
E. J. FADER
Northern Crown Bank Building. Thone2295
Confused With That of
Passenger Piegon.
Boston, April 2. ���Dr. Clifton P.
Hodge, of Clark university, Worcester, Mass., who is at the head of the
movement to preserve the American
wild pigeon or passenger pigeon from
extinction, received today from Mid-
dletniss, Ont., a nest supposed to be
| that of one of the rare birds.
The nest, however, proved to be
I that of a mourning dove and the
I claimant for the $1000 reward offered
j for the discovery of the flrst nest
I loses. The sender of tbe nest, -would
i have lost the reward anyway ,even
if his find had been a passenger pig-
|| eon's nest, because it. la expressly
j stated as a stipulation that, the nest
must be undisturbed until Dr. Hodge
sees It. The fact that this nest was
that of a mourning dove leads Or.
Hodge to believe thnt the first nest
reported from Ontario la also the neat
j of a mourning dove, because the sec-
I ond nest came from the same section
of country, which Indicates that
mourning doves and not passenger
pigeons are nesting there.
The   mourning   dove   usually    lays
two eggs In a nest less than ten feet
from the ground, while the passenger
' pigeon ordinarily lays one in a   nest
much higher up In the tree.
We have Buyers for Houses in all
parts of the city.   Owners apply to
The British Canadian Securities
Company, limited.
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:    The Dominion Trust
Surrey! Surrey!
Acreage from $100 to $400.
We have  some real snaps.
Acreage in  Port   Kells
Township from $100 to $250.
CLOVERDALE
Lot and acreage in city.
List with us for quick sales.   We want
more acreage in Surrey and Langley.
Opera Houte, Saturday, April 30.
1)1. G. Morrison & Co.
Room 3, 536 Hasting. St. W.     Phone 6730
VANCOUVER, B. C
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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Published by Tfie Daily News Publish.
Ing Compnny, Limited, at their offices
Corner   or    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
C A.  Paige Managing  Director
MONDAY,   APRIL   25,   1910.
THE   SERVITUDE   OF   WOMEN.
Whither are tbe domestic and social
.affairs of tlie present tending? Their
tlirortion today is such as to make
one feel like a modern Rip Van Winkle
and compel one to rub one's eyes as
an assurance of complete wakefulness. News of a startling character
lias just come to hand in regard to
tlie latest development of what may
*>e termed in polite language the woman's movement.
A certain section of womankind, a
militant aggressive section, generally
known as suffragettes, have, by persistent warfare and the adoption of
tactics chiefly of a violent character,
succeeded in gaining great prominence
for their "cause," on the other side of
the Atlantic ocean. In the United
States the suffragette movement has
.also made its appearance, but does
not seem to flout ish with the same
vigor that it lias obtained in Great
Uritain. This is probably due in a
large measure to the difference in
social conditions between the two
countries. Moreover President Taft
lias had the courage to meet the foremost actors in this twentieth century
crusade and tell them plainly that
their own natural temperament is
such as to render them unfit to take
part in the business of the State. It
might periiaps have been well if, in
the earlier stages of the movement
Premier Asquith had acted in a similar way. But he did not, and neither
he nor any of the members of his
cabinet have given much heed to the
declamations and demands of the suffragettes, notwithstanding the severe
heckling they have frequently encountered at many of their meetings.
But now a member of tbe British
House of Commons has introduced a
series of private bills which provide,
tiot only that women shall have votes,
but that a married woman shall be
entitled to the payment of a salary for
her services as housekeeper, by her
husband. Surely a more preposterous
and absurd proposition was never introduced into the British House of
Commons. Whether Sir Charles Mac-
Laren has introduced these bills merely as a kind of solatium, in the hope
of securing a little peace from the
pettlcoated aggressors, or whether he
is sincere in his intentions and is prepared to support this remarkable proposal by bis own convictions and feelings we do not know.
lt is, however, difficult to believe
that any man, and particularly an
Englishman, can bring himself to put
forward, in a serious way, the proposition that a woman should be degraded to the position of a menial
and servant in her own house. For
this is exactly what it amounts to,
neither more nor less. Nor do we
believe that such a proposition can
receive tlie approval of any important
proportion of the women of Great
Britain.
More than this tbe proposed reform,
as we suppose it will be designated,
reveals an utter ignorance and disregard for the social conditions of the
present day, which give to a woman
an independence and a pride of place
which is the natural outcome of evolutionary progress, far more honorable
and enjoyable in its character than
any such ridiculous statutory provision as is sought to be Imposed by the
measures just introduced.
F. J.  Hart  Reports  Business Dooming
in Okanagan VaMfy���Roads Good
for Auto Travel.
F. .1. Hart has returned from a trip
through tbe Okanagan valley. He invest isuted properties there in the interest of local and old country people. He states that Vernon ond Arm-
strog are growing rapidly, and Vern-
non is becoming quite an automobile
town, fifteen machines now being
owned there and several more ordered. Tbe roads are good and afford
fine scope for autosl and a large area
of country can be covered. In 1900
there were over 1.500 000 trees planted, and this will be largely increased
this year. In a few years, when the
orchards come into bearing, a vast
amount of money will be made from
fruit in this valley, which is fi ling
up with a good class of settl rs, mrst-
ly from the old country, and general'*-
possessed of large means. Tbe season in the Okanagan valley is exceptionally early, tbe fruit trees be-
ing in blossom, nnd some think there
mleht be danger from frosts.
While in Vernon Mr. Hart attended
the annual meeting of the Imperial
Underwriters' corporation, a fire insurance company with head office at
Vernon, and wns honored by being
appointed a director of the company,
the otber directors being Hon. Price
Ellison. M. P. P.: O. Alers-Hankey.
managing director G. A. Hankey &
Co. Ltd., financial agents, Vernon, R.
C; W. T. Shatford, managing director Southern Okanagan Band Co.,
Penticton, B. C; T. W. Stirling, president Kelowna Land and Orchard Co.,
Kelowna, B. C; W. C. Ricardo. manager Coldstream Estates. Ltd., Vernon,
B. C, and A. Waring Giles, under writer of Vernon, B. C, who is the managing director of tb" company, and an
underwriter of large experience, both
in England and Canada.
The Imperial Underwriters' eorpor-
ptlon has been three years in business, and is strictly a Brit'sh Columbia companv, all its funds being invested on first mortgage securities in
British Columbia, and has an authorized capital of $1,000,000. The stock
of the company Is held by shareholders in tbe old country, the Okanagan
valley, New Westminster. Vancouver
nnd Victoria, and F. J. Hart &��� Co.,
Ltd., are general agents for the lower
mainland of British Columbia. Thfl
company is incorporated bv snTial
act of the legislature of British Columbia, and in addition to fire insurance
does a plate tlass insurance business,
likewise live stock insurance.
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Limited
%      ?3SI&a2ttttJVu_mfm^^ -m r^-^T""
Is made comfortable and pleasant
in one of our New Roomy
Quick Folding Go-Carts
The finest looking and easiest Go-
Carts made. Our new assortments
include every kind from a $5
quality to the fine Pullmans and
English Cabs	
"We Furnish Your Home Complete"
Stirring News
About
Cotton Goods
The time for Wash Goods ins arrived, and we are n '������ I
tempting assortment of practical, inexpensive, dies- cottons '
ginghams, muslins, cambrics, etc. Thousands of yards, hundn.
patterns, hundreds of colorings, and an enormous variety of we
It will be hard indeed to discover a woman why .,iis ,,, ,-mi 1
tion and delight in choosing her summer gown stuffs from thl
tere3ting collection.
Lees Limited
Phone 73
Successors   to   Lee's   Furniture   Emporium.
716-718 Columbia st. New   Westminster
i Gramophones
Victor I.
Price $31.00 ���   ���
��   Victor II Price $40.00 ?  ���
*% 2
���   Victor III Price $50.00 at
Victor IV Price $63.00 ���   ���
Victor V Price $75.00
Victor Victrolias   . ,. .$150, $240
t  ��� ^,
X $��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� �������������������������������������������
SYMMES   &   CRANDELL!
Deane Block       Phone 581        Columbia  St.
Special Display of Wash Goo.
All This   Week.     Come  In ai
Look Around.
Cotton Panama 25c yd*
A splendid fabric for Wash Suits, woven very cl s ��� and resl
bles a wool Panama. Conies In all tlie new colorings, including Asl
of Iris, Sky, Old Hose, Reseda, Banana. Prussian Blue, Champa!
and Cedar.    Extra width;  34 Inches wide.   Per yard, 25c.
Mercerised English Reppi
25c yd.
Wistaria, Mauve, ReseJa. Moss. Prussian Blue, Pale Blue. Tl
Brown, Navy, Whit", and Black,are the shades in this new q
ton fabric, which in weave closely resembles a poplin. . < : ll]
finish;  28 inches wide.    Per yard,   2"ic.
\\\       Linen Pongee at 25c
Call and see our great stock.
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*      Music Store
New Westminster, B. C.
2 Good Buys on Agnes St,
the lots.
Houses on
Good Business Lot on Columbia  street
��� Snap. .
Some fine buys near B.C.E.R. "cut off"
House and Cultivated Lot on 4th Ave,
Burnaby.   $800 Cash.
House and Lot in Sapperton, on Alberta
street.   $1,000 Cash.
Some  good  lots close to tram, South
Westminster.   Very cheap.
FREE PUBLICITY MATTER.
Canadian   Pacific   Said   to   Be   Aiding
"Boost" Campaign for Prince Albert
According to a recent Issue of the
Daily Times, Prince Albert, S.tsk.,
John Talt, superintendent of the
C. P, lt. Telegraph Co., at Winnipeg.
appeared before the board of trade of
that town and stated that tbe com-
I&ny was much interested in reaching
Prince Albert and that arrangements
aro now being made for Installing tlie
telegraph line.
Incidentally, tbe Times reports that
Mr. Tait Instructed the local telegraph
office to accept, free of charge, any
matter of general intereste addressed
to newspapers when sent out by the
board of trade.
It Ib understood that with this concession Prince Albert will at onco
.start a strenuous publicity campaign.
"GET  THE   HABIT" j
L4ST DAY AND LAST CHANCE
to procure China Dinner Set Special
as under:
107 piece Limoges Dinner Set.    Regular $45 for   $32.50 I
97 piece  White and Gold China Dinner Set.    Regular $55 for ... .$39.50 '
The Fair,
646 Columbia Street.
Wc buy for cash and Be,I for the same.   ^���������������������������'������������������^���������������^������++��***..������������������������>����������������������������J
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SYMMES   &   CRANDELL!
Deane Block       Phone 581        Columbia St.
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If you consider value when choosing, you will be doubly bitl
ested in this line. Tlie shades are so pretty, comprising a full rari
of the new and much-wanted c lorings, such as Brown Nay Tl
Rose, Saxe Blue, Reseda, Oreed and Wistaria. 31 to 32 inches fl
Soft silky finish, and has every appearance of Silk Pongee. IVr. if
115c.
Mercerised Mull 25c yds
White, Cream, Pink, Pale Blue and Pale Green, Grey and Hell
are the shades of this popular fabric. 45 inches wide. Extra gtH
value.   Per yard, 25c.
C9 M IC M f   I*     CLOCKS
Sapperton !   Sapperton ! I; chamberlin's
To Replenish  Lakes.
Nelson, April 24.���To replenish the
Kootenay lakes with game fish is the
object of an agitation that has been
saining ground among tlie sportsmen
of Nelson and adjacent  districts for
���.some time.   At last it. lias taken definite form, tlie different public bodies
having brought the matter to the attention of their representative in th*
federal   house,   A.   S.   Goodeve,   who
In turn has presented to tlie minister
of marine and fisheries the importance
���of   something   along   that   line   being
��lonc at the earliest possible moment.
We have for sale 13  Splendid  Lots   situated  between   Columbia and Brunette streets, close to   Columbian   St.  carline
Price $400 each, $100 cash, bai. easy
It eronly a short ride on the car to these lots and we are
stt *%m y��u Wl*l he more than satisfied when you see them.
Don't put it off until tomorrow, but call and see us AT
ONCE as this offer only holds good for a   short   time.
UlSLt. as this otter only holds good tor a   short   time. ��� I ���^ *
MILLER & JEWHURSTY\ Rvn]r^m���store]
ROOM 7, THOMPSON BLOCK, Opp. City Hall    -    Phone 669 ��� ;  MXJfUll   O   LJi iig   hJ��V
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BREAKFAST AT THE "ROYAL"
Ever wake up in the morning with that "no appetite" feeling!
That's the very time you need a well-cooked meal���something thai
will tickle the palate and create an appetite. For unless you d��
eat a good breakfast you can't expect to do a good day's wor
Come to the "Royal"���the season's best edibles are on the nienui
Fruit. Cerals, Fish, Fowl, Eggs, Meat ��� deliclously cooked ""
daintily  served.    We  are  now upstairs.
THE; ROYAL CAFE
Seabold & Jones, Props. Dominion  Trust Block.)
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THE
JEWELER
Official  C.  P.  R.  Time  Inspector.
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A NEW LOT OF
Rag Mat Patterns
AT 1910.
THE DA1LV NEWS.
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Saturday.
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���".w two games played here, ,
J,ae ^   ':\0ean, showed the bene-
i^n].     -tisu-nt practice        |
^,eS;1ul ird straight game tha
flslst     .plovers have captured
LVancouverwo     .^.^ ()I1 lhel,
L Royal UU Lwo ���ame8 were
on!'eld' JohooterB.   The teams:
=   ��� McArthur,   2b;   Swenciski,
College���Mcaf   po'up()rei  M>  ���;   p.
|b;H(!gaD;-    White.  If,     Brown,  c;
. Wrin' C'..   vvinslow,   if-
\# ���":"...  ews. ss; Moir, 3b; W.
flovers-ADQie       Carnl,bers,   lb;
C'rrutl"'"' vibertB,' It;    BoUvar,  rf;
-***��� c r. Fraser  cf;  Robinson, p;
Holmes, cf: I,a""'
pcGarrlgle, p     ^^___	
will"^d<^Mi^�� Da,tes-   poo
,        nlora have had a prac-
A!,er"M I    ee, ive meeting will
tice tunmit .in i  , .    Th0
___\ the MoSeaf club for Jul,
'rop0; ��� considered and some
Petci it. that direction will
lie arrived at.	
English Soccer
BRITISH   SOCCER.
At
Rain.
SUNDAY   BASEBALL.
National  League.
Chicago ��� PittBhurg-Chlcago.
American  League.
At   St.   Louis ��� Chicago-St. Louis, i
Cold and wet.
At  Detroit���Di'troit-Clevelan 1.  Wel
grounds.
	
Cincinnati, April 24.���The Cincinnati team bad a little trouble wining
today's game from St. Louis by a
score of 10 to 6. The visitors used
four   pitchers   and   they   fared   about
[equally, Anderson, for Cincinnati, was
wild, giving bases on balls and allow-
1 In.   a sacrifice to tbe. first five men.
i Snuggs was hit bard also
Tea Qut-Kivals and Out-Sells all others,
solely through its delicious flavour and
down-right all-round goodness.
��� Black, Mixed and Natural Greoa, 40c, 50c, 60e and 70c per lb. ���
MARK TWAIN SHONE
AS
the fitting echo to the beautiful
rds-wlth its double sign.fIcanco-
the parting from a hospitable land
the return to tbe native l��*-^g
and paean, paean and wail. It is oniy
an<B litterateur that could con-
iceive such a passage it Is only -a
great orator that could so delivei it
"Homeward Bound" Speech
in England Some Years
Ago Regarded as Classic
PECULIAR   DEATH.
We have NOT TAKEN our SURREY
property off the market to wait for
the raise, but are giving you the opportunity to buy now before the raise
comes.
All our property is close in and well
situated (right in among it).
Consult the Surrey map and see for
yourself���
20 acres in Sec. 15, Blk. 5, N. It. 2 \Y.
5 acres in Sec. 16, Blk. 5, N. R. 2 \V.
15 acres In Sec. 29, Blk. 5, N. R. 1 W.
80 acres In See. 21, Blk. 5, N. R. 1 W.
55 acres in Sec. 22, Blk. B,N. R. 2 \V.
IT acres In Sec. 27, Blk. 5, N. R. 2 W.
Boy
When
Falls    Into    Muddy    Hole
I Chasing Foul   Ball.
New   York.   April   24. ~ }f%*
   Rose,   I   ten-year-old   boy   of   Jeisey
 ��� | City,  running  to  catch  a foul  to^a
  Twain was so lot,,   regarded   J���^��fd and struck
as a literary wit that his ability as an    ,fl h���.id ln the mud bottom like a
'      stick, his feet only Protru.d'n.g- ...
He was dead when pulled out.
Mark
Score���        ^^
St. Louis  	
Cincinnati   	
Batteries���Geyer,
U. II.   E.
,6 12     0
...10 16    1
Hi. gins, Higher
orator was unsuspected or forgotten.
Yet there have been few finer things
ever delivered than his now famous
farewell speech when leaving England,
after his noteworthy visit to the Old
Land a few years ago. On the occasion in question the Pilgrim club mad
��� j   \ ..���,,eii,,.   uirrell i
and Brosnahan; Snuggs, Anderson and
McLean. Umpires���O'Day and Brennan.
Eastern  League.
At Jersey City��� R.  H. B.|j passages tnai mtu-n. ��������� ���
Jersey City   2     5     2  president and asked why tbe English
Montreal      1     7     1  people wanted to honor an   Imported
Batteries���Sutton   and   Crisp;   Wil-  humorist  when they had such a de-
.    ,������,. ���=  nh-rell
Land a lew  ye .id u&��.  ^..  ��� ���
sion in question the Pilgrim club made \ Several families in the Edmonds
him its guest, and Augustine Birrell in District require a daily milk service,
proposing the health of   Mr. Clemens WALKER BROS.
studded his talk so full of    brilliant'    Edmonds, April 22, 1910
passages that Mark leaned over to the ~
I WHITE, SHILES & CO.!
!��� 628 and 746 Columbia Street. $
Phone 85. NEW  WESTMINSTER    $
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
m*^*m**mmi
son, Hocb and diets.
At. Providence, K. I.���
Toronto
London.   April
the results   of
24 ���Following    are
yesterday's   league
*"'"""    B-1RST   DIVISION. 1 Butler;    McGinity
Bolton   Wanderers    0,   Tottenham J und Crisp
Hotspurs 2.
SSiSSaUr United 3.
S-r^a'^Sd-Wedncs.
Sunderland X Branford City 0.
R.   H.   E.
4      5     0
PXKe^-Ncwton-and-YaSdergrlft;
Harry and Peterson. F
At   Newark- ���      '     j
Rochester      4    1Q     2
Newark    u,_'mP'.   . afitte,  Blanr
Batteries ��� Holmes,   l,uuk.o,
************ Mueller,
lUIllOIISI.    nue.    ...
llghtful local variety as Birrell
Whether Birrell's speech acted as a
spur on the veteran or not, certainly
bis reply will rank as a classic, T. P.
O'Connor, whose judgment    in    such	
matters is not excelled anywhere, de- Sapperton, B. I	
clared it to be one of the finest things  ~~ NOTICE.
he ever heard. Mark Twain said:
Take  notice tbat  as  my  wife  has'
voluntarily   left  my  bed   and  board,
I   will   not   be   responsible   for   any
debts contracted by her.
CHARLES PARKER.
Dated this 20th day of April, 1910.
"Home is dear to us all, and I am
.  di am, now departing for mine on the other
Parkins  side of the ocean.   Oxford lias conferred upon me the loftiest honor that
f">t���no   and one I
Take  notice  that  I, Grace  Cnj*
rt honor that of Lands and WorKS   vu.--. ^i
cribed  lands:
Commencing  at
,,      ...!    m.1mr,U..  ���  \t
HUMILIATING. I should have cnu ��� u ���,	
  I and all others within the gift of men
It may be a wound to Vancouver's or states to bestow upon me.    And "commmdng at   a   post   m��M
pride, but it would seem that the New I have had. in the four weeks that I Rrace Cruickshank's   on N E   corner
- .ford Citv o.        | Westminster lacrosse players di not, have been here, another lofty honor, set of lhe Sec;ion'iine between Sec-'
9   Iwlch Arsenal 3, Preston North>regard lhis cit>"s team iis dangerous  a continuous honor, an honor which  Uon  2g  _nd 29   T     16   New  Wegt.
,a proposition as the Montreal cup- has known no interruption in all these minster District, about 10 chains north
challengers will bring out, for it is twenty-six days, a most moving and o( the g E corner of Section 29;
rumored that "Dad" Turnbull will not pulse stirring honor; the hearty hand- thpnce gouth" one miie. _m west ong
play  in  the lea. ue matches, but will   grip and the  cordial  welcome which  mUe. then north one 'mi)e.  then east
  .orainat the East- ��� does not descend from the pale gray   one'mi,e to the point 0t commence-
matter of the brain, but comes up with  ment- (540 acres.
red blood out of tbe heart! It makes ' GRACE CRUICKSHANK
me proud, and  it makes me humble.   Matsqui   April  18, 1910.
Many and many a year ago I read an ''
anecdote in Dana's 'Two Years Before
.the Mast,'    A frivolous little self-im-
Contractors and
House Builders
We have a full   line   of  the   Best
Builaers Hardware m tke City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.    Also Complete   Stock   of PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
���
End 1.
Blackburn 3. Shodiold United 1
SECOND  DIVISION.
Bradford 2, Gainsboro Trinity 0.
Derbv County 3, Birmingham 1.
BHmsby   Town I,    Wolverhampton
Hull City 5,  West  Bromwlcb   ai
I It l. .    '
.... r Fosse 1, Burnley l.
'   hdtporl  Canty  B, Glossop 0.
,   ,.��� city 3, Leeds City 0.
City 2, Fulham 2.
1 1   1,  Oldham   Athletic   A.
SOUTHERN LEAGUE.
and Hove 8, Swindon 0.
i entford 2, Millwall 0.
Bristol Rovers 1. Northampton U.
Coventrj    City    6.    Croydon    Com
mon 1,
play   In   the   league   ......
figure In the lineup against the Easterners, while Tommy Gifford is also
quoted as saying tbat be will not play
this year unless the Montreal bunch
comes out.
All of which is not very flattering
I hut need not cause any great worry to
���..>r���a     rndlvlduals,
^^^ ^^ Mast,'    A  imuiuuo ,.
tbe    local    contenders.    Individuals, I portant captain ot a coasting sloop ln
teams and political parties have lost the dried-apple and kitchen furniture
more than  one  battle before  now by "*
holding their opponents too cheaply.
|lt might just happen to work out that
Way again, you know.���Vancouver
[Sporting  Mail.
, South Westminster property is
[handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy.
Ltd.   Call in and see them, and they
will put before you some good things.
HARRY TIDY, Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
1 Saturday, __AprH
30 th
Frederic Belasco
PRESENTS
St.ELMO
The Dram.tic Section of  the   Se��on,   from
Agusta Evan.' book cf thej>me���n=_
-.-��   S�����.   Op��n,   tor   S��b,cnb,r.   ��t   <"��"��>���
Ryall's  Drug  Store.
s   for   Subscript ��-
Regular Sale   Next  Day
���
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a
X
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^ Third street between Third and
^  Six lots and a 14-room house on Tniru
Fourth avenues.
$6,275
*pw' t 7 per cent.    There
y. Cash; balance 6, 12 and " V��SJJ land is all urn
\.���..-..  ,    ,..._   n.i���   In   Ibe   City.       IUD.      .   ,��.���.��inrfiV
% Cash; balance B, 1- ��uu lu
no better buy than this in the citj
Hon and in addition to the house,
accommodation for six horses.
nths at   1  p��r j      ��� lUlva.
12,200 for  10 acres,  house
. 1 m:o.
SURREY
.    c;  nf
I Malins, Coulthard & Co. j
I "%��******** '
m^^^^^^ iple ana iwv..���  .
trade was always hailing every vessel
that came in sight just to hear him-
si If talk and air bis small grandeurs.
One day a  majestic Indlaman came I
ploughing by, with course on course \
of canvas towering into the sky, her
decks and yards swarming with sailors, with macaws and monkeys and all
manner of strange and romantic creatures populating ber rigging, and there-
,to  her  freightage  of precious  spices]
lading the breeze with gracious and
mysterious  odors of the Orient.    Of
course the little coaster-captain hopped Into the shrouds and squaked a '
hall: "Ship ahoy! What ship is that,
���and whence and whither?" In a deep
i thunderous   bass  came   the    answer
back,  through a  speaking    trumpet:
'The Begum of Bengal, a hundred and
twenty-three days out from Canton���
homeward bound! What ship is that?'
Tbe  little  captain's vanity    was all
crushed out of him, and most humbly
1 he   squeaked  back:   'Only   the  Mary
Ann���fourteen hours out from Boston,
bound   for Klttery  Point   with���with
nothing to speak of!' The    eloquent
word 'only' expressed the deeps of his ,
stricken humbleness. ;
And what is my case?   During perhaps one  hour in  the  twenty-four���
not more  than that���I  stop and reflect,   Then I am humble, then I am
' properly meek, and for that little time
I am 'only the Mary  Ann,' fourteen
hours  out,   and   cargoed   with vegetables and tinware; but all tlie other,
twenty-three my self-satisfaction rides
high, and 1 am tbe stately Indlaman.
I p'omihlng the great seas under a cloud
of sail, and laden with a rich freightage of  the kindest  words that  were
ever spoken to a wandering   alien,   I
think;   my  twenty-six   crowded    and
fortunate   days   seem   multiplied   by
five, and I am the Begum of Bengal,
a hundred and twenty-three days out
^ from Canton���homeward bound!"
���      "A wonderful bit of literature you
j   will  see  at once,"  said  "T.  P.," "but
^ j that is  not the reason  I transfer it
to these columns; it ls because of the
extraordinary  way   in   which   it   was
delivered, and its marvellous effect.
"The  audience  sat  in    spell-bound
and  almost painful  silence, and  the
voice rang out In tbe stillness���very
quiet,   very  self-controlled,  but clear
as  tbe   bells   whose     chimes    reach
you on a far-off hill from the belfry
in the chapel of your native town. And
at last the audience could restrain itself  no  longer;   and when  ln    rich,
resonant, uplifted voice Mark Twain ;|
sang out the words: 'I am the Begum 'I
of Bengal, a hundred and twenty-three ]
days out from Canton.'  there    burst
I forth a great cheer from one end of
1 the room to the other.   It seemed an
I Inopportune cheer, and for a moment
I it upset Mark Twain, and yet It was '
I felicitous  in  opportuneness.    Slowly, I
'after a long pause, came the last two
words���like that curious detached and \;
high  note in which  a greal  piece of '
music sometimes suddenly and abrupt- i
ly   ends���'homeward   bound.'     Again
there was a cheer;   but this time it
was lower;   lt was  subdued;   it was
pit mi
DM
Asparagus
City.
Ask Us for Prices       	
_,. New  Westminster,  B.  C.
Office, Room 8, Thompson Blk.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director
2 lb. for 25c
Celery
3 head for 25c
Cabbage
4 lb. for 25c
Rhubarb
& lb. for 25c
Lettuce
6 head for 25c
Radish
8 bunches for 25c
Green Onions
8 bunches for 25c
Ripe Tomatoes
2 lb. for 35c
THE  NEW STERNWHEELER
S.S. PAYSTRtAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling  Company's Wharf, New Westminster
With   Passengers   and   Freight   aa   Follows:
REGULAR SAILINGS
Leave New Westminster Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. ~,
Leave Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday atad Sunday at 7 a. m.
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ACCOMODATIONS
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., LWW
NEW WESTMINSTER
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY'
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
Iff ORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
t VERYTHING to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
1 ERSONS other  than  employees accidentally  injured    about    the
premises invariably sue for damages.
I EGARDLESS of their own responsibility for the  accident, or the
i       existence of negligence on the part of others.
I N the slightest pretext employees may sue you, even for accidents
" caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
rHE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of
the accident by which he was injured.
EMPLOYERS and business men can 111 afford to assume the risk
of this ever-Increasing and uncertain liability.
** RED1T of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms
*f       is sometimes seriously Impaired by such damage suits.
W O go to law means lass of time, money, endless annoyance and
*        worry.
^ OUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident un-
1 less you are Insured. j&L
aNLY Insurance against such risks will enable you to fix and reduce
your expenses to a minimum.
NDER the protection of a Liability Policy ln the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company you wlll save money and time and
be  relieved  from  all  such annoyances .
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PHONE 193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373 PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,  APR|L
25- 1910.
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NEW    WESTMINSTER    LAND    DISTRICT.
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice that the Pitt River Lumber Company, Limited, a body cor-
; re. having Its head office at the
City of New Westminster, intends to
apply for permission to lease the following described lands: ���
Commencinfl at a post planted on !
the   westerly shore   of  Pitt   river  at
Its   intersection   with   the   northerly \
side of the Canadian Pacific Railway j
company's   right-of-way,   thence   fol-!
lowing tbe westerly shore of Pitt riv- j
er in a northeasterly direction seven
thousand eight hundred  (7,800)  feet, i
more*or less, to a witness post, plant- '
ed on  said shore to locate the  most
northerly   corner  of   the   Pitt   River
Lumber  Company.   Limited,  booming
Bite;   thence at  right  angles  to  said
shore a distance of about three bun-!
dred and fifty  (350)  feet to the said
northerly corner of booming site, said I
point  being  two  hundred   (2    feet
from low water mark of said shore;
tlience   southwesterly   nnd   two
TURKISH STATESMEN
SEE DANGER LOOMING
WOULD PUT DESERVING
, POOR ON GREAT EARM
no
���noav.
Excitement    Over   Arabic
i
Writing in Schools  May
Lead to Serious Clash.
National Scheme for Employment of English Immigrants Proposed.
Constantinople, April 24.���Whichever way tbey look, Turkish statesmen see dangers looming. The excitement in Albania over the writing of
Arabic characters in government
schools increases and all the educated
Albanians are on the side of the Latin
characters.
In Asia .Minor the Arab tribes are
preparing a Holy War, and. in spite
of King Ferdinand's visit to Constant!-
mn-jnople,   there  is   always   combustible
I material   enough  on   tne    Bulgaiian
dred (200)  feet from said low water
mart  seven  thousand  eight, hundred frontier to start a blaze at any ino-
and thirty (7,830) feet, more or less,Intent
to the southwesterly corner of said
booming site; thence northwesterly
to point of commencement; and con-
tain ing sixty (00) acres, moro or less.
THE PITT RIVER LUMBER COMPANY. LIMITED.
T. W. Cray. Agent.
Dated at the City of New West-
minster, B. C this 2Sth day of February, A. D. 1010.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw,   14,900 tons.
MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,    14,900   tons.
largest   and   most    modern,
commodation  equal  to any cross
ing  the  Atlantic.
S.S.
The
Ac-
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St.  and   Fifth  Avenue.
PHONE  370.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Ufflce 'Phone 185.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
W. RICH
Teaming and  Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
Nor are these troubles entirely due
to adruiiiistiative weakness. Fifty
races, divided Into 2,000 castes, speaking 160 languages and professing nine
religions have to be harrhonized. Bx;
cept in India, where tbe British have
a maze of caste and religious differences to deal with, no nation In the
world is confronted with such a
problem.
Handful   of  Worries.
Thou, li the Albanians only   number
I two millions, they present the biggest
handful of worries in all   Macedonia.
Abdul Hamid used to keep their interim cine feuds alive, as a means of pre-
l venting  tbem from getting  into out-
side mischief. Since tne Young Turks
i regime began tbey have not bad such
lively  times, for  they dropped  many
of their differences at the revolution.
But  if  they  continue  to  have  many
orders   thrust  upon  tbem  from  Constantinople���as  in   this  alphabet   dispute���tbey will again take to guerilla
warfare in the hills,  in  which  they
bave   no  equal.     King  Ferdinand,   to
say nothing of-Prince Jean Giiika and
minor  pretenders, have their eye  on
all   these  possibilities   and   hope   one
day to draw tlie Albanian allegiance
from  Turkey.
In the Yemen region of Arabia chaos
is being taken in hand by tlie Turkish
I governor.    He is laboring in a veritable hornet's nest.    Izzet Bey, notorious as Abdul Hamid's chamberlain, is
now in Egypt and his Influence, it is
feared, is being turned to no good pur-
| pose.    Day and night he is under es-
��� plonage, by order of tbe Turkish gov-
j eminent.    To visit Izzet  and then to
si t our. for Arabia is to court a speedy
death.    For though Izzet swore alleg-
, lance  to  Sultan  Mahmoud,  he is believed to be plotting for the independence of Arabia, with  himself as  Sultan.    Anyway,  no  chances are  taken
with bis messengers,   Tbey disappear
al tbe bands of the Turkish spies und
r.o questions are asked.
Railway Guarded.
At the bead ol the discontented
tribes in the Yemen is Sheikh Yahia.
whose influence' is increasing rapidly.
His great argument is that the Turks
an- robbing the nomadic tribesmen
both by taxation and by opening up
the country with railways. So the
Hedjaz railway is under heavy guard
an.l bis main supporters and the men
of Holeida, Assir and Ileni Muvan���
who nie highly successful gun runners���are now being chased by the
governor's  troops.
To add to the occupation of these
regular forces they have started an
efforf to cheek the persistent brigands
pi Taas. whose depredations keep
that region in terror. Also there are
important tribes of Reda who have
Steadily refused to pay tares and
I swear tbey won't begin what they consider a bad habit.
.Altogether it is a hard task for a
sluggish, fat man like Sultan Mahmoud to sit a bucking broncho of a
state like modern Turkey. Abdul
Honil d's method of setting nil fhe sections ounrrellng with each other was
an evei) one, but It had its advantages
from his own viewpoint.
London. April 24.���A second national schema for the employment of immigrants from England has bee.
evol ed by ex-Councillor Drakard, of
Melbourne. Australia. Mr. Drakard
has closely studied the r 'blem of
the unemployed i nd  i s, by a
quid pro quo arrangement to strengthen the empire to enrich the ci lonies,
conserve the capital Invi 1 ��� '. i tcreasa
trade, create �� alth, find new ave-
nu s of em) lo m at, pu I ���'��� - ������ i in ���
poor on the road to prosperity and
cope efficiently with an evil which actually harasses the taxpayi rs in this
country. Briefly, bis proposal is us
follows:
To take up 50,000 acres of land in
Western Australia and work it upon
a compulsory saving plan. Tbe land
would be bu ���: ; nd flni lly cul up
into 100 farms of 300 acri s eacli but
the whole would be worked as one
homestead for five yeari i Ing, really
a training ground. Ninety single men
and ten married men with il.eir wives
and children would be selected. Being
without means, their passages wnu'd
be paid; they would be v.-ell fed and
clothed, given a certain amount weekly, but not as wages. T:.<. women
would be paid for. doing the cooking,
etc., and under somewhat stringent
regulations, all would work for five
years. They would have no voice
whatever in the management, nor
would they have any means of trafficking with the land, as that would defeat the settlement an.l development
object In view.
At the end of five years each man,
provided he has proved himself a willing worker and adaptable, would be
given an improved farm of 300 acres,
worth ��500, and also cash not exceeding ?or. o.
The amount necessary to carry out
the scheme is from $50 000 to .75.000,
upon wliich it is proposed to pay 4
per cent interest.
Mr. Drakard estimates that during
the five years a total of 50,000 acres
would be cropped with wheat.
Surrey Property is on the
-Get Busy Before it
is too Late���An Investment
Made Now Will Never be Regre'i d
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Mgitil-I rH^\\ji':v*i*x>rmaf?r*zi^^^
We have for sale 5 acres on the Town-
line road at Tynehead, Surrey, 1 acre is
cleared and there is a house costing $250
on the property.   ��200 an acre  for a
quick sale.
A lot of 5 acres in thickly settled district at Murray's Corners, $100 an acre.
A snap at the price.
These are only two of the many bargains  in  acreage  which   we have on
our list.
We shall be pleased to show them to you.
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730  FOURTH   ST.
PHONE   R527
THE  STEAMER
ICLOCKS WILL GIVE
TESTIMONY   IN   COURT
Chicago, April 21.���The time pieces
which  keep tab on the employees of
factories   und   manufacturing   plants
will be east for a new role by Slato
Factory   inspector   Davles,     whg will
| subpoena  the electric clocks al   witnesses to bring the Violators of the
'ten-hour employment law  fur  women
to the bar of justice.
A slate wide investigation of all es-
,    ,  ,     , , ���       I tablisbments   employing   women    or
pOintS at 2 0 ClOCK, returning I eii Is   was   begun   yesterday    by  the
twenty-five assistant inspectors.    The
| clocks, which register the exact number cf hours the women are compelled
ito work, will be seized by the inspec-
11 is an 1 poJuced in court :s evid iij. .
TRANSFER
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker Wharf for Ladner,
Westham   Island and   way
on the following morning.
BURNABY   MUNICIPALITY.
Water Works for Ldmonds District.
TENDERS for the whole or In part
will be received by the undersigned
up to 6 p. in. on 'i b.iirs.lay. April 21,
1910, for: (a) 'l'he construction of a
Btave water tank, trestle tower, Using mains, pump connection and othc:
(iitin.s thereto; (b) For the construction of 6-inch an.l 4 inch wire
wound stave pipe, distributing mains,
with the necessary valves and other
fittings.
Specifications, plans, forms of tender, etc., can t>a seep tit the Municipal
hall, Edmonds, Burnaby, H. ('., between the hours of 9:30 a. m. and
4 p. tn. A deposit of an amount e iiial
to 5 per cent, of the contract price
must be made with each tender by
marked cheque payable to the Corpor-
alion of Uurnaby. The lowest or any
tender  not necessarily  accepted.
The time to receive tenders for the
above has been extended until B p.m.
Thursday, April 28th, 1910.
C. T. SAUNDERS, C. M. C.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B. C,
April  lfi,  1910.
RUSSIA BEGINS PROBE
OF   PRISON   ATROCITIES
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY        NEW8
Moscow, April L' .���Xew that fo;e!gn
newspapers are throwing the searchlight ot publicity ou Russian prison
atrocities, the authorities are trying
to dampen down the fires of criticism
by making a few scapegoats,
At Ekaterinburg a jailer who flogged
a woman prisoner bus been dismissed
by the governor of Perm, Another
prisoner, who complained that bis bed
ha ! been kept chained flat to the wall
for weeks, through the s,,ite of a warder, has been given a degree of comfort, bul the guilty official has me.c-ly
been transferred.
Inquiries have, however, been insti-
tuied in some prisons with tlie result,
that many prisoners have been found
bearing marks of savage ill treatment.
A special official sent, to Riga to report
on the condition of women prisoners
three has sent a secret report to St.
Petersburg and already some reforms
have been  ordered.
The condition of the women political
prisoners  has long been a    scandal.
I Starvation has been one of the minor
| tortures to wliich they have been sub-
Jectt i
MEN   OF   STONE   AGE.
Had an Arsenal at Northfleet in England.
Discoveries made on the KentiBh
bank of the Thames betwe ., Eritb
and Qravesend during the last few
years, and the numerous "finds" made
still more recently, says The London
Chronicle, point almost conclusively
to a state of populous prosperity In
this district, not only during the Roman occupation of the country, but
when the prehistoric inhabitants ran
about during the Stone Age in what
is generally called a state < I nature.
Fui I her Inland, t i the south, the
oid Roman road and the Roman remains that have been discovered at
various times leave no room for doubt
tbat there were places of some Importance round about. The spot in
which the most important discoveries
have been made during the last few-
months is at Northfleet, on the banks
of what is believed to have burn a
noteworthy stream, and navigable for
tbe craft of the ancient Britons, the
Romans, and tiie Dane.;, who followed tbem, and are known to have utilised the natural facilities of the
place for those sorties which were so
��� much feared by the British.
This stream is now little more (ban
la driblet,  and  navigable for  nothing
larger than children's toy boats.    The
! rising land beside it is tbe property
of   the   Associated   Portland Cement
I .Manufacturers,  Limited,    ami  it  was
! during the gigantic excavations of a
steam navvy that tlie first of the im-
> portant antiquarian    discoveries    was
j made.   This discovery was the uncovering of a large "field" of flint implements  lying beneath the soil on the
. top of the ancient, chalk  wliich has
[been deposited here to a great depth.
1 Those  flints, almost   without   exception, are of a warlike character of tho
ty?e termed finked [lints.    Hundreds
'of t'V'so have been found, and are be-
' lag preserved by the company to forai
a museum at the Factory club, North-
fleet.
Specimens are r,U'.\ being found,
and the coll ction, when complete,
promises to be the largest and mes'
Impoitanl of lis kind. The condition
of the Specimens and their presence
In such enormous quantities, and the
facl thai they are all of the one character, would point to tin conclusion
that here was situated a large and
]'i Dfltable factory.
��� The second of thesa recent discoveries is even more Important, viz.,
the discovery of a Roman vll'a, ancl
there Is now reason to belit ve that
beneath the foundations of this building are the walls of another. Work
on these excavations���many feel of
walls have been uncovered���which is
being undertaken at the co:;t  of the
[���Associated Portland Cement Manufnci-
turors, Ltd., was interrupted by tbe
winter, but operations are to be recommenced  short.lv.
705 Columbia Street
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OCTOROON DECREED WHITE.
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NORTH BATTLEFORD
HAS   ELECTRIC   LIGHT
North  Battleford, Sask., April 24.���
j North Battleford made another step in
advance on  Saturday night when the
i electric light  wns turned on  for the
firs!  time.    H. Dudley, of the Canadian Electric Co., has made a thorough
,'tcet of the plant and States that every-
| thing is In splendid running order.
The waterworks have .advanced suf-
; ficlrntly to test the main pipe and the
j water will be pumped into the Stand
: pipe next week. Tbe (own council
'are arranging to supply the town for
the time being from the hydrants,
i which wlll bring down the prlc^ of
water for the town.
Louisiana   Anxiously  Awaiting   Result
of Appeal to Higher Court.
New   Vork,   April  I. ���Louisiana is
awaiting with  anxiety for a  decision
from its supreme court as to tlie r< lathe   efficiency   of   white   and   black '
blood in determining the racial status I
of  a  person   who  posses  a  share  of
; both strains. Local opinion, custom,
and law have hitherto agreed in holding that tbe black, and not tlie white,
: blood settled tlie question, und the ;'
octoroon, no less than the quadroon '
and the mulatto, has been considered
it negro. But Judge Chretien, of the
Louisiana district court, recently took
the novel ground that one Josephine
Liligtell, an octoroon, had so litt:o
negro blood that in the eyes of the
law she was a white woman.
If this decision stands, it will open |
many doors now closed to (be "color-
-ed" people, and will break down not
a few of the barriers that have been
laboriously created between tlie two
races���barriers that are to the advantage of both in the estimation of
many who have given careful study to
, the subject. Not only would such a
holding tend  to promote  udgcogena-
i tion, with all its disasterous consequences, but It  will  open the white
'Schoo's io many children now excluded from them, and it will ren.ler tlifll
cult or Impossible th�� enforcement of
i what are called "Jim Crow" Uws i.i
public conveyances.
It. can hardly be questioned that,
however it may be in countries where
there are few negroes, in the South,
where they tire many, i is the black
rather than tiie white blood that Is
the practically determining factor.
The mulatto is tegarded as Just as
much a negro i.i everything excepi
color as if ho were pure African, and
ii seems to be the genual Impression
that, with exceptions, of course, the
mixture of the two bloods emphasizes
the lower, not the higher, qualities of
eacli. This may, however, be only a
way of stating that the while Southerner particularly jllsltkes in a man
whom be considers a negro the qualities an 1 ambitions which any fraction
| cf white blood  is likely to give him.
Whatever the  decision  of  the  bu-
I prepie court, it. is certain thai the
white people of Louisiana will continue to hold any recognizable trace
of black blood as determinative of
race. Their whole social system as
developed before and since tbo war
depends on tbe mainlalnance of this
contention, and the feeling that R
ought to be maintained Is stronger all
through the South now than ever before. R Is based on the Instinct, of
self-preservation, and against that
argument Is vain.
A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Mapl�� J-��f
Label)
I    Is gaining in favor every day.   Our output last year wm double the
preceding one.    The most healthful and nutritious of beverages.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
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B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading [ Co.
PTrrfWfrManufacturcrs and Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     ANO
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster
Bex
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Duchess Takes Veil.
Moscow, April 24.���The grand duchess Elizabeth, widow of Grand Duke
Sergius, and a sister of Brnpress Alexandra, has taken the veil of a nun.
She will devote herself to the hospital
of tho woman's refuge, which was
founded after the aRsnsslnation of her
husband, February 17, 1806, by a bo.ib.
Easteibrook Milling  Company,
Eburne,   15. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL *5.25 per Bbl-
HINDOO FLOUR ��4.50 per Bb'-
McQuarrie&Co.FLOP"ANDFEED ME,!C"AN���
FRONT STREET. New Westminster.
Telephone S33.
THIRD TERM.
Companion of ex-President in Jungles
Says   He  Will   Be  Candidate.
Honolulu, April 24.���John T. Mc-
Cutcheon, the Chicago cartoonist and
writer who was for some time with
Theodore Roosevelt iu Africa, is returning on the steamer Asia which
arrived here today. McCiitcbeon
predicts that Col. Roosevelt will again
become president. He stated that
whenever the matter was mentioned
In the hunting camps, (he colonel
avoided nil participation In lhe discussion of polities, but on one or two
occasions remarked that he bad other
work outlined which would occupy
him for many years (o come.
TO HARNESS THE JORDAN.
London, April 24.���A plan tor supplying   the   whole   of   Palestine  .-���
electricity  for  lighting,  heating aj1
cooking purposes is being entered n^
to by a Psench company, which
ItS headquarters In Paris.
Tho power will be supplied   ''
falls of the Jordan, between tne
tors of Merom and the Wj"^
lee. where the river descendsI 70CI fee
A generating plant will be erecteci
the-west bank of the river andi*iu
connected with all the chief to*��
the country.    Some $1,000,00   *��"
! required for the initial ��P����g llR.
It ls hoped that ln five ye��'��
I works will -be paying well.
A
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.day.
ApR|L   25,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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New Westminster
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phone R4949       Vancouver, B.C.   |
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lilGN SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
' PAINTING.
| News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Youno, Prop.
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block       P. 0. Box 644
JACKS ON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates Given   on   Any
of Job   Printing
Kind
fromson Blk.
Phone   388
COAL
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Wellington
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JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. 0. Box 345.
Office, Front St.. Foot of Sixth.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
NOTICE that an application
" Bister the Corpor-
unship or District of
?s the owner in fees! ��� un-
?!' V^s^, Deed from the Rwve
ll, ll '","" CorPoraUon of the
,-. "������'"". <.r District of Surrey to the
,, '";:".' '" ;i" Township or District o   Surrey, bearing dates of the
ll,  (a>'  ��   '" ��� A..D.,  1905 and
Jist day ot ii- ember, A.D., 1901, of
;:' ���:��'   Binplar that certain parcel
lyingand being In the District of New
X ���'!"l""^:1' I" the Province of Brit
and dS?ia,Hmore PaitIcul"ly known
sion 24 of block , 0f Bectlon .,, bl00k
6 north, range 2 west; lots 8 to 17,
'.''"���sue, of subdivision 23 of section
16. block 5, north range 2 west; lots
16 to 21, inclusive, block 14 of south-
?'',st garter eection I, township 9;
lots 5,6, and 7, In subdivision 23 of
Bectlon  IG,  block  :,,  north  range 2,
?:.SV ln,s "- and -��������� j" subdivision
- "l section 16, l,i.,ck 5, north range
-��� 3,  I, 5, 6   7   8   11
BOUNDARY RIVERS
BRING DISPUTES
Waters
Mary
of  Milk   and  St.
Controversy as
in
Between U.S. and Canada
'- l,1"rk I of lol 3 7A, group 2; lots
- "> 6 .inclusive, block 14 of south-
faB<   Quarter  section  4, township  9;
ot 5, block :; oi lot 387A, group 2;
0] 38, block 2 of lot 387A, group 2;
lots 21, 22, hlock 3 of southeast, quart
er section 4, township <j; i���lH 18j 19i
block 2 of southeasi quarter section
������ ownship 9; lot 22, block 1C 'of
��� ist quarter section 4, township
'���'��� ��ap 519; lot 23, block 10 of south-
quarter section 4 township 9.
Vou and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in tbe said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under tbe provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contest tbe claim of
Lhe tax purchaser within forty-five
days from the day of the flrst pub-
licatlon of this notice upon you. and
in default of a caveat or certificate
Washington, April 24.���One of the
expected results of the more friendly
relations with Canada arising out of
President Taft's diplomatic handling
Of the tariff situation, is a settlement
of the dispute and failure to agree regarding the St. .Mary and Milk rivers
in Montana and Canada. Both countries have a piece of each river; neither can do exactly as it wants to do
witli the water without Interfeilng
with the rights of the other. A huge
reclamation work in the Milk river
lias been retarded owing to these
facts.
The situation is peculiar and interesting. St. Mary river lias its source
among the peaks of tbe liocky mountains near the Canadian border, it is
a stream of constant and abundant
discharge. It flows northward into
Canada and joins the Saskatchewan,
which finally empties into Hudson
bay. Along its course are a number of
beautiful lakes wliich may readily be
converted into capacious reservoirs by
the construction of dams. There is
little irrigable land in its drainage
area in tbe United States, but there is
a very large area of fertile land in
Canada wbicli the" Canadians are now
developing by moans of a number of
Important irrigation works.
Canadians Use Milk River.
Nearly thirty miles to the east, is
one of the best reservoir sites on this
stream, and separated by a low divide
are the headwaters of a fork of Milk
river, which rises on the plains and
flows directly northward into Canada,
through which it flows in an easterly
direction about 200 miles. It then
turns sharply southeast into the United States, where it joins the Missouri
of lis pendens being filed within such irlver near H,arv�� M��nt\, In ""> Milk
period, or in default of redemption irjvi'r valle}', ln Canada there is mor*
before registration, vou and each of  ,mn Tug��   Irrigable land to utilize
ihe entire flow.    The demands of the
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"YOU NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to our ofiice every time you
need a ton of coal���any or our
drivers will be glad to take
your order. Then. too. a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal iu your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone is In good order, and
their numbers arc 15 and 16.
Coal procured here is crack-a-
jack coal, however secured.
you will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to
or in respect of the said land, and I
shall register The Corporation of the
Township or District of Surrey as
owner thereof in fee. And I hereby
order tbat publication of this notice
for thirty days in a daily newspaper
published in New Westminster will
be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 29th day of March, A.
D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To David Miller, William A. McCal-
laiii, Angus Mclnnes, T. G. Stark, William Davis, Henry Fraser, Henry
Kells. Harold Ponsford, Allen Spiers.
George Stone, Robert Lyness, Margaret G. Cooper, John Roberts, Richard
Hosking, Hugh T. Crossloy, John E.
Hunter.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
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ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR RAILINGS���ALL     KINDS     OF     WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND    ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
J. BROOKES, Proprietor
ORKS-Corner Eleventh  and Carline.
PHONE 473
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Beef, Mutton,J/ea^
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
I
p. Burns & Co
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645 COLUMBIA STREET.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register George
Troughten as the owner in Fee Sim-
p.e, under a Tax Sale Deed from Edwin M. Carncross, collector of the
Municipality of Surrey, to George
Troughten. bearing date the Tth day
of September, A. D. 1908, of all and
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises situate, lying
and being in tbe District of New
Westminster, in tbe Province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as:���
Lot 7, B.ock 1, being a portion of
Section 20. Block 5, North Raage, 2
West. Lots 3 and 4, part of a portlsn
of fractional section 21, Biock 5 North
Range 2 West.
You and those claiming through
under you and all persons claiming any Interest in the said
land by virtue of ��n unregistered instrument, and all persons claiming any interest in the said
"Land Registry Act," are required to
contest the ciaim of tlie tax purchaser
within fortv-fiT�� days from the data
of th�� service of this notice urJ" yci ���
and in default of a caveat or i*rtf ���
cate of Us pendens being filed within
such period, or in default of redemption before registration, you and each
of vou will be forever estopped and
debarred from setting up any claim
to or in respect of the said land,
and I shall register George Troughten
as owner thereof In fee. And I hereby order that publication of this notice for thirty days in a daily news-
paje published in Now Westminster
will be good and sufficient   service
"'Da^d at thc Land Registry Office.
New Westminster, Province of Brit
Sh Columbia, this 9th day of March,
A' D- 191��- C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To���Michael Robert Barry    John
Do.i .las   A'e.vpnHer G. M,��f^<.nP
LAND ACTS.
New Westmlster Land District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice tbat Alexander McLen-
nf Vancouver, British Columbia,
HgaStvsasw
tbe southeast point       he 1 Und ^
ate about four (4) 0halmi o
,ber limit No. 38 88, t lence
and westerly and soutiwriy and
f0Ur  "TSffiiwS   MCLENNAN.
Canadians upon the stream have been
steadily increasing with tbe enormous
influx of settlers into tlie country.
The increasing use of the waters of
Milk river in Canada is now jeopardizing tbe interests of a large number of
irrigators in tlie lower valley in Montana, whose rights are prior to those
of their Canadian brethren. The situation has been growing acute. Montana farmers are fearing a water famine and tbe utter loss of crops as the
result of the Canadian irrigation above
them.
Engineers Plan for Relief.
A thorough investigation of tlie
physical conditions has been made by
tbe engineers of tbe reclamation service, and a plan formulated which was
made the basis of a treaty. Tbe engineers propose to construct in St.
Mary lakes a large dam to store the
floods of that river, and by means of
a canal thirty miles in length to pass
a portion of tlie stored water through
the divide into Milk river. The channel of Milk river was to be utilized to
carry tbe waters through Canada into
the lower valley of Montana. The
rights of present users are to be adjusted and an equitable division of the
remainder of the waters was to be arranged between the two governments.
A part of tbe stored water in St.
Mary lakes also was to be allotted to
Canada. This plan had the hearty approval of the people of the two countries whose interests were directly
concerned. The Canadian government
has not seen fit, up to date, to take
action on the treaty as a single proposition, but has Included it with
others relating to boundary streams in
the east.
TAXICABS IN DUBLIN.
Taking the Place of the Old Fashioned Jaunting Car.
London, April 24.���After London
has witnessed the all-conquering
marcb of the taxi-motor, efforts are
being made to bring Dublin into line
with other cities by the Introduction
of taxicabs.
Just us Londoners breathed a sympathetic sigh over' the gradual decline of the hansom, so Irishmen will
regret the disappearance of the jaunting car, which so long has been identified with Dublin life.
The jaunting car and its witty driver are bound up with Dublin traditions, and if the car goes the typical
driver is doomed, for lt is impossible
to imagine tlie chauffeur, even if an
Irishman, inheriting his special characteristics.
WILL ENGAGE WITH C. N. R.
WANTED
A  Modern  Cottage or Bungalow.   Must be new and clean and In
good situation. _______ ���  ���        -.-.-
We want
MORE HOUSES
on our list.   Let tis have yours; it   will   probably  be   to our   mutual
advantage.
We also want good
BUILDING LOTS
on our list.   Call or write and tell us what you have, with your best
price and terms.
PATTERSON CO.
657  Columbia   St. Phone   693
Evenings   at   Edmonds���Phone  F   209
i imm ' ���������    ��� ���    i
WEST END
Seven-roomed modern house, corner lot, 00x132. Price $3,250. On
easy terms.
A new 7-room modern house; good location. Price only $2,800.
On easy terms.
New modern 8-room house, cement foundation. Price only $3,500
on terms to suit.
Two lots on Tenth street. Price only $1,400; $500 cash, balance
0, 12 and 18 months.
Two lots on Edinboro street close to Twelfth street. Price only
$1,300;   1-3 cash, balance G and 12 months.
Lot on Hamilton street close to Twelfth street, 60x132. Price
only $850 on easy terms.
SAPPERTON
Six-room house on Keary street; lot 6Gxl32. Price only $2,200;
$100 cash, balance arranged.
We have' got some good buys in Sapperton. It you want a home
on easy terms see us.
Five lots beside new school. Price only $375 each; $125 cash, balance $10 per month.
SURREY
Five and ten-acre blocks well located;  prices ranging from $150
to $400 per acre.   If you want to rent a farm we have them fo- you.
JOS. TRAVERS
Real Estate    Auctioneering
Columbia.   Street
Walker Block,  Next to Todd's  Music  House
New  Westminster
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P.  R.
River Drive
Fine View Lot between
Eburne carline and cut off
to Vancouver. $750, one-
third cash, bai. 6,12, and 18
months.
H. M. LENINIE
Phone 596     650 Columbia Street    P. 0. Box 326   f
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j. F. BAGGS, Agent
March 17, 1910.
Laborers Refused Work by C
Join Rival Company.
Port Arthur, April 24.���Because the
C P. R. has refused to hire Greeks
and Italians in their freight sheds and
on the docks at Fort William forty
families of Greeks are removing to
this city to take up their residence.
They expect to get employment with
the C. N. R., and will almost certainly
do so, as that company has never had
any serious trouble with Its dock
hands, and will make no discrimination in engaging laborers.
Canadian Northern officials say they
have escaped trouble by paying the
men the right wages without resorting
to the bonuslng system.
The Canadian Northern announces
a new all-water system of shipment,
which will probably reduce the time
of the passage several days. Under
this arrangement only one transhipment will be necessary. Goods
will be brought from Bristol In Royal
ocean liners, which are said to be
the fastest steamers plying to Canada, and from Montreal the goods will
Port Arthur  in  the
STORMS HAVERED ^ ^^
Chicago, April 24��� In the most disastrous and far-reaching storm ex.
nerlenced ln a generation, damage to
budding crops and fruits and vegetables amounting to more than $30,-
000,000 has been wrought In the mm-
A\a west
The Michigan fruit belt, the backbone of the fruit belt, ls described as
almost wholly wiped out. The temperature in Illinois and Iowa not only has killed buds, flowers and fruitB
but threatens to ruin oats.
Experts here estimate the losses in
the ten states as follows: Illinois,
$6,000,000; Iowa, $10,000,000, Indiana,
$2 000,000; Michigan, $4,000,000; Wisconsin, $2,000,000; Kansas $1,000,000;
Kentucky, $1,500,000; Missouri, $2,-
000,000;    Ohio,    $500,000;    Nebraska,
$1,500,000.
The forecast of snow flurries, continued cold and northwest winds Indicates further extensive damage.
ST. ELMO.
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free a
Found Dead in  Shack.
Winnipeg, April 24.���George Crane,
a   homesteader   near   Winnepegosls.
was found dead ln his shack yester-
t mnto will send you 1 be  conveyed  to  Port Arthur  in  the   day.    He was subject to fits and it
BrothtrSjTorom ,   s plantoj | company's steamers, the Ames, Pellat I is thought he died  while ln one of
cake   ot   l'lel-   _,.,.,  ,,,;, moer.    nnrt  Plummer. them.
j, ii: .you mention this FPct   and Plummer.
Petticoated Agent Distributes Advance
Sheets for Big Production.
A woman press and advance theatrical/agent, Miss Henrietta Spader,
was here yesterday ln advance of her
company, now en tour, presenting
Frederic Belasco's production of "St.
Elmo." The play will be seen in
Westminster for one night on Saturday, April 30.
A western circuit of Belasco productions has been established, and
the "St. Elmo" production Is the
flrst to make lt. The circuit Includes
San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Salt
Lake City, Denver and Los Angeles,
covering intermediate points suffllc-
iently large between the larger points.
In the dramatization of "St. Elmo"
an effort has been made to retain, so
far as possible, the individuality of
the authoress, Augusta J. Evans, the
talented Southern woman.
The part of St. Elmo ls played by
Charles Gunn, who has a magnificent
physique, In addition to admirable acting qualities, and ls especially fitted
for the part for that reason. Gerda
Nelson, well known ln both Europe
and America as a protege of Ada Re-
han, and a descendant of the famous
Nelson ot Trafalgar fame, appears aa
Edna.
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS
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Is to have nothing but first
clai-.s workmen and satisfy our
customers with flrst class
Plumbing and Heating.
WE DREAD-NOUGHT IN COMPETITION.
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The Westminster Modern
Business School
This institution is particularly desirous of . ii ; as Btudents the
your., men and young women who
seek the BEST in commercial edu-
cation and to those who become stu-
de ��� here, and work as bard for
their own Interests as the instructors
of this Bchool will, the outcome Is
bound to be satisfactory.
The city council will hold its rcgu-
ar weekly meeting tonight.
Take Notice���Five chairs in operation at the Hub Barber Shop in tbe
Dominion Trust Block.   No waiting. *
The court of revision, wliich was
adjourned from last Monday, will be
held this morning in the city hall.
Take the round trip on tlie Transfer this afternoon. Fare 75 cents. Boat
leaves B. <fc K. Wharf at _' p. m.. returning about 7 p. m. **
A daughter was born yesterday to
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bourke. of Lulu
isiand.     Mother and  child  are doing
well.
Two small robberies, one al A1'1 ts
ford and one at Hazelmere, have been
reported to the provincial police, who
are investigating.
Tbe W. C. T. D. will hold a meeting
this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in
Queen's avenue Methodist church.
The popularity of the midday lunch
at the Royal Cafe grows evi ry day,
It is served from twelve to two, with
quick service. **
Mrs. Alfred R. Daniels, of 210 Ag-
r.es street, has as guests. Miss Bowler,
of Los Angeles, and Miss Kenny, of
Victoria.
The local agency of the Oliver Typewriter Co., is at 74il, Columbia stre��t,
three doors from the B. C. B. R. car
station. It cost you nothing to try
this machine and only a small cash
payment to get one, when satisfied
with your test sine 17 cuts a day,
that pays the balance. **
C. M. Bryant, the man charged with
stabbing a sleeping car conductor on
the Revelstoke local a few days ago,
appeared before Magistrate Pitten-
drigh on Saturday, but was remanded
till April 30 in order to allow the
injured  man  to recover.
A payment of $25 procures a lot in
South Westminster from Hal? Bros.
& Kennedy. Ltd. These lots are in
great demand. **
Mr. ani Mrs. W. S. Collister. accompanied by their son, Douglas, and
A If. and Miss Edith Johnson, leave
on Wednesday for Boston, where they
will take a steamer for Naples, which
they intend making the starting point
of a three-months' European tour. After spending some time in Italy,
Switzerland, France. Germany and Belgium, the party will proceed to Eng-
land, milking their headquarters in
the Isle of Man. Mr. Collister's old
home.
Anything in our line Hi to 20 per
cent.  s;;veJ  for  you.    Fales.        **
Lulu island residents are complaining about tbe railing in the centi
tbe Lulu island bridge. Tin- trap
leading down to the operator's room
beneath the bridge is protected on
three sides by an iron railing i
three feet high. This is directly in
tbe centre of the bridge and only
leaves a Bpace of about six feet of
roadway on either side of it. On tlie
west side of the bridge, the stn i
car tracks allow a team some leeway.
1 ' on the east side there is scarcely
m for a wagon to pass.
Local   grown   plants   anl    flowers.
fresh every day at the Co-Operative
' store, Sixth street. **
Amity Lodge No. 27. I. O. O. F.. will
I bold a social this evening in the hall
| on Eighth street.
Just out���"Solo Special" cigar. **
The members of the Alerts baseball
team will turn out to practice at
Queen's park at a quarter after six
o'clock this evening. A meeting of
the players will be held after the
workout.
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Snow white I'ndergarme: ts���fresh and dean���tha very appearance of which tend to ha .
t when the ho: li --  I -  for cooler white  wear.    Special  Bhowlni
in  the whitewear section.
Bohemian Cafe
Depot Hotel. ��� Opp. C. P. R. Station. |     !
A. L. BOUCK,
610    Columbia    St.
Principal
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 opt.:*
Ing new accounts.
if you  haven't a  Savings Account
NOW is the best time to start one
]k Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69)
Capital   Paid-Up    $5,000,000
Reserve       5,700,000
Total  Assets   70,000,000
New  Westminster,   D.  C.  Branch,
F. f-HUTP   Managtr.
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Do not book your passage without
seeing us first.    Our system of handling   tickets   fiom   the   Old    Country
will save you money.
For dates and rates apply
ED.  GOULET,
C.P.R. Agent.
G;e:it selection of seeds and potted
plants at Tidy's. **
The funeral of John S. Vlckery took
place Saturday to the Odd F- :
cemetery, Bev. J, S. Henderson officiating at the services. Tbe local
lerie of Eagles, No. 20, turned out in
and marched to the cemetery.
The funeral arrangements were in
charge of Murchie i: Son.
Fales for Bed Lounges.   Guaranteed goods at prici    cheaper than
the cheapest. **
Smoke "Solo Special" cigar, Ha
filled.
The warm weather of the past few
days has caused the Fraser river to
rise about twenty-four inches at Chilliwack. For tbe first time this season, the Paystreak will land her pas-
.���< an I frieigbt at the upper Chil
liwack   landing   tomorrow.
Gieame Ai: Shirley have removed
their office to the Trapp block. Columbia sti e- t, in the rooms formerly occupied by the Westminster club. **
The large corner facing on Lome,
Carnarvon and Begb'Ie streets and
opposite the Russell hotel, was sold
to E. B. Wetenhal, of Victoria, on Saturday for .22,000. The lot had been
held by a local syndicate. It is rumored that the purchaser intends to
erect a large office building o.i the
proferty.
25c - HerchaDfs' Loncb- 25c
From  11:30 to 2:30
MONDAY,   APRIL   25,   1910.
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New
Brassieres
$ 1.00 Each
Particularly designed for wo-
;:i. n of full or st-iiii figure for
wear with low bus; coi sets.
Brassieres are made In all Bizes;
can be easily washed. Bach, fl.
SOUP
p ree M ng le and Consomme
FISH
Baked Halibut au Gratin
BOILED
New England Dinner
ENTREES
i Fried I.i'. er with Onions
Beef  Slew and  Dumplings
Scotch   .Meat   Pie
ROASTS
Roast Bc-f and  Brown Gravy
Leg of Lamb with  Mint Sauce
Stuffed O.x Hear au Jus
VEGETABLES
Boile 1 and Mashed Potatoes
Stewed Parsnips in Cream
DESSERT
Apple  Pie.  Raisin and   Rhubarb  Tart
Sago   Custard,   Nutmeg   Sauce
cpecial
Cambric and Nainsook
Night Gowns
Button front and sl'p ovar over styles;   some  \<.i-'
yokes and bunds of embroidery at  neck, others with beading am
ribbon draw strings;  Bhort or long sleeves.   Each fl
SPECIAL   OUT   SIZES   i:i   cotton   and  caml
also  EXTRA OCT SIZES;   each fl.B0 to $2.50.
<ots
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Tea
Coffee Milk
Dinner from 5 to 8
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcjts Tor Laili.-s from 112./
up.
Sliver Watches, gents' open faci
���6.00. '
Silver Watches, gents' ppen case
$7.50  up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     fcigii
Watch..s.
Watch repairing a specialty
f*  CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
ML'IR'S DRUG STORE
Removed to
DE4NS BLOCK
Four doors east of Bank of
Montreal, where the same careful attention will be paid to all
prescriptions and orders as
heretofore.
COLUMBIA STREET
NEW WESTMINSTER.
It is our business to make gloves,
vests, waists and other garments perfect by our special dry cleaning process. If you desire to be well dressed
for any function, patronize our cleaning department Royal City Cleane-
and Dyers.    Phone R. 278. **
To
Fales.
Furnish   an  Ofiice,
see
W.   E.
**
If you want something dainty and
appetizing or are in a hurry phone
702 and your order will be ready when
you arrive st The Bohemian C3fe.
J.   P.   CASH,   Proprietor.
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
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Wkite
Embroideries
5c.   10c,   12' jc,   15c   and   20;
Per Yard
so store is offering Embroidery at lower prices than thos ���
to be found in these special I' ts.
Spe-ial mill ends, short lengths,
odd  widths and qualities were
purchased   owing   to   their   remarkable value.    There is goe.l
choice in Swiss, Cambric, Lo ig-
cloth.    Nainsook.    Muslin    and
Cotton   Insertions  and   Embroideries varying in width from 1
8 inches.    In five special lots.
Special Prices on
Snort Ends or
Table Linen
A dozen ends of Bleached Ta-
b'e Damask in lengths running
from 2!2 to lb yards of the very
finest iiish manufacture to be
cleared out this week at rr.'notions worth while. Materials
are IU to 72 inclus in wi'l4':;
heavy and strong un! snowy
white. Regular v.ilue.-; fl.00,
$1.25 and $1.60. Special this
we l:, 85c, $1.15 and $1.30.
White Cambric Drawers
5c to $3.50 per pair
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Open or closed drawers trimmed wilh embroider] ' gs and
sets of tucks ami Insertion, or with Valenciennes oi Torchon
laces; new umbrella Bhaped  styles.    Per pair, 76c to J .50.
New Styles in
"c-c a La Grace"
Corsets
In almost every shipment, is some new corset mo lei. Dress
fashions necessitate corsets adapted to their requirements in
"C-C a la Grace" Corsets are models for every woman���extra long
corsets, low or medium busts, full figure styles, short designs; I or
6 suspenders attached to mo st of the new styes. Ask to be shown
the new models when buy ing your next pair���some new feature
may appeal to you.   Per pair, $2.26,  .2.75, $3.00 and $3.75.
For a Few Days Only
SPECIAL SNAPS IN
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aterfrontage
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Gniidrens Everyday Hats
Wash bats and straw Gal at ens   and   Sailor   Hats   of   every   de
scriptlon for boys and girls.   Warm, sunny  davs are ahead and
the  children   will   appreciate   suitable  headwear.
LINEN WASH HATS in several stvles and colors; can be
washed most satisfactorily.   Each 50c to $1.25.
PATENT LEATHER AND LINEN HATS. Tbe latest novelty
and serviceable as well as being new and attractive. Crown is
of patent leather in brown or black with rim of white or colored
linen.   Each $1.25. v __,    ....,
STRAW GALATEAS OR SAILOR HATS. A large range of
fine or heavy straw in turn down or straight brims. All sizes.
Each, 25c to f3.50.
Also some Choice Fuys in Surrey.
HART
LIMITED.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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